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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1901'.
FUNERAL OP A
REMAINS OF REV. P. J. M'CAF
FREY LAID AT BEST.
Impressive Services Held In. St. Pat
rick's Catholic Church. Yesterday
Morning Eulogy Delivered hy
Rev. Father Welbeis, of Wllmlng
ton. Del. Austin Ringler. o Divis
ion Street, HaB Becomo Iusnne and
It Was Found Necessniy to Take
Him to the Hillside Home.
Tho runeiiil f tin- Inn- "ev. ' ,T'
JVKC'nlfrey yesterday murnhifr was tiu
UMinlly liu-jre anil Impressive, and be
tokened Hie Reiiurnl esteem In wliioh
deceived was held both by tin' rloisy
nnd the neoplf of Vt Scranton. The
funeral cortene win (in mod ill I In"
imrental resldenn-, on Hoiuiitoii Hticet,
mid moved to Si. l'ntrleli'n C.itliollu
church tit !."0 o'clock. where n solemn
lilpth iniiHS of lettulcm wan miiik.
The lenitillis weie rncawil In a Ix-nil-titul
black casket, anil v.oic clothed
in the vestuienli of tin.' older
ot St. .loscph. The hi'tvtop's for this
(Ifiid wcvf oliantcil by IJov. .1. .T.
O'Kolll.v, or St. Peter's Cathedral; I lev.
.lolni Dunn, of floly Cross church:
Slew .1. JlcCaim. of I'hil.iilelplii.i: Hew
.1. holtus of St. Paul's, Cit con KiilBc:
V.ev. .1. .1. tiriinn, of the cathedral, find
J low K. .1. Mclley, of South Scranlon.
flow Justin McCarthy, or Kplphany
college, Hnlthnoie, Mil., clcbiateil tho
mass, llov. i. Mellale. of SI. .loseph'.s
hcmlnniy. Ealtlmote. was deacon: Kev.
John Dunn, of Holy Cross church,
Mih-driicotr, Ili-v. J. .r. I.nvelle, or St.
Patrick's church, deacon of honor, ahd
Jtcv Joseph MurphV. of St. Joseph".-?
seminary, Bnltlmoie, master of cere
monies. The Torlorl.in niuss van puiir by
the tegular church choir, under the
direction of Miss Johnson, the onan
ist, and at the offottory Miss Susan
Hums siinc the "Ave Maria."
The sermon was preached by Ttev.
Father Welbers. of St. Joseph's church,
Wilmington. Del., where the late
Father McCaffrey had been stationed
lor some time. The speaker did not
noose any text, but spoke directly on
the life of the deceased. Among other
thinps. he said that Father McCaffrey
had been a zealous and indefatigable
worker In the cause of Chiist. His
rnbo'rti were ci owned with success, and
liis talent, zeal, humility, charitable
sicss, cheerfulness, and courage en
deared him to the hearts of tho peo
ple anions whom he labored.
After the services the remains were
conveyed to the Cathedral cemetery,
where, they were interred in the priests'
plot. At tho grave the assembled
Piiosts chanted the burial service of
the Catholic church. The pall bear
ers were John Connolly, Daniel Laf
ferty, Patrick McCaffrey, Daniel Con
nolly, Jamrts 'Early and Patrick Lat
terly. The funeral was attended by many
life-Ions lriends of Father McCaffrey,
u ho had been nbs.ocia.tcd with him
prior to his entering the ministry, and
all regret his untimely death just at
a. time when ho had begun his real
Young' Man Insane.
Austin Kingler, aged 19 yea is, son
ct Mrs. "William Kingler, of Division
street, was affected with an abhera
tion of the mind yesterday -while at
his home and it becuno nccessaiy to
jvmovo him to the llilfslde Home. The
young man had been working on a farm
near Lake Winola until recently, when
ho returned home.
Ho suffered from- nervousness more
or less, but became violent yesterday
ml it was necessary to enlist the help
of several men to overcome him. The
lioy had suffered an impediment in his
speerh, but, strange to relate, this was
overcome by the attack he had yester--dny.
It is an exceedingly unfortunate case
and tho sympathy of the community
soes out to tho mother and tho affect
ed boy's brothers. Under the excellent
care of Superintendent J teenier and his
assistants it is expected lha l he will
soon be restored again.
, Events of This Evening.
The newly-elected oiflcers of Silurian
lodge, No. 763, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, will be installed this
evening in D. D. Evans' hall, South
Main avenue. Recorder Moir rind other
speakers will attend.
Illustrated lectin e, by Major Dr.
Galley, on "The Galveston Horror," at
the Salvation Army hall. Price street.
Good music, singing and stirring ad
Meeting of the "Women's class at the
Simpson Methodist, Kplscopal ohurcli
Regular meeting or Lackawanna
council, No. 1133, Royal Arcanum, in
Ivorlte hall this evening,
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
A. large number of the local Salva
tion Army folk attended the mass
'meeting last evening in the Second
Pfcsbyterlun church, at which Colonel
V. a. Poisons and others spoke.
VCh T. V. II. elrelo and mcmbeis
of. the Hampton Street Methodist Kpls
rcpal church tendered a reception Inst
evening to their pastor, Row Jnine
Rennlnger, who has been returned to
them for another year by tho AVyo
ituhg' qotifeicnee. The event wn
fraught with much pleasure.
A new class in needlework was or
Baiilzed at the Young "Women's Chrln
tion association rooms lust evening,
iln.(LeJ'.the direction of Miss Ada Bteln
fBek. The enrollment was quite large.
g The remains of an Infant child of Mr.
iirid "Mrs, Frank Storm, of West Moun
liln, were Interred In the C.imbila
Kemetery yesterday atternoou,
'J Washington camp, No, ITS. Patrlotlo
ttrder Sons of Aemerica, held a meet
ing In Red Men's hall lubt evening, je
elved several propositions and Initia
led seveial candidates into member
ihlp. An Interesting .session of tho Robert
Morrls lodgo of Ivorltes was hold last
pvenlng, at which the now famous "rip-
SS0K land colds
DUEOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
per" bill was read by E, E, Robathan.
He explained it application to tho
various municipal departments and
novel al members of the lodge discussed
tho merits uud demerits of the bill.
The bones (otind near tho foot or
ii'venth street, which resemble those
of a human hand, were examined yes
terday by several physicians, who claim
they are those or hands, yet others are
of the opinion that they nre from tho
feel of u Si. Bernard dog. At the
print whore the discovery was made
there Is u hotrlblc stench, which should
receive the attention of the health edi
tor. Miss Healrleo Morgan, of Kellevue
stieol, la recovering front tin attack of
Witllam Benjamin, of Plymouth, vis
lied at il.o home of his sister. Mis.
Jit'iel liC-wK of West LocusL street,
Dr. J. J. Kolmrts. of South Main a ve
nue, spent yesterday ll'-hlng at Ml. I'o
Thi William Council Anthracite Glee
club will meat for reheats.nl Sunday
uf lei noon In Ivorlte hall, South Main
Druggist John J. Davles Is having n
stei; celling placed in his drug store on
Smith Main avenue.
Thy cantata, "Jeplha.itid His Daugh
ter," wilt he sung on May 15 and JtJ lit
Mints' hull by the choir of the Sum
ner Avenue Presbyterian church.
William T. DavW, of Washburn
street, who was scalded recently by
.steam at the Mlnooka washery, K te
covering slowly at his home.
A ron was horn last evening to Pa
trolman David Davis and wife, of Ky
The stieet cleaners were engaged
yesteidny In flushing ihe pavement on
the West Lackawanna avenue hill.
The members of St. Pnttiok's Irish
Catholic Benevolent union hold n so
cial session last evening after their
meeting In St. Leo's hall.
The supper conducted last evening
by the young ladies of the Plymouth
Congregational church nl the Sherman
Avenue mission was patronized by a
An enjoyable house parly was held
recently at the home of Mts. M. G.
Kramer, on North Bromley avenue,
when a number of children were en
tertained In honor of Miss Viola M.
Announcement has been made of the
marriage In New York yesterday of
Bert AVilllams, of Price street, and
Miss Annie Dennob.ium, of Jackson
Mis. Moses Ace, of Brown place,
entertained friends on "Wednesday in
honor of her forty-ninth birthday. The
guests woie all treated loyally.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Funeral of Miss Mary McDonnell.
Defenders Defeat Minooka
Team at Basket Ball.
Mary .McDonnell was consigned to
her final resting place in the Cathe
dral cemetery jesterdaj- morning, the
funeral being largely attended by the
ftiends and relatives who were desir
ous of paying a last farewell to their
The members uf the Blessed Viigin
sodality, Ladies' auxiliary, No. L An
cient Order of Hibernians, and the
Catholic Belief and Be'netlclal associa
tion, oi which the deceased -as a
member, cttomlcd in a body. The
funeral was held f:om the family resi
dence at Brook street and Prospect
avenue, and at St. John's church a high
mass til requiem was celebrated by
Rev. Father Fleming, who also
Pleached a sermon containing words
of consolation and comfort tu tho .sor
Among the beautiful floral tributes
were: "Gates Ajar," ftom the foreman
and employes of the Lackawanna
mills; a pillow, from the brothers and
sisters of the deceased; a casket bou
iet of tea roses, from Miss- Mary cu
slek; ii bouquet, of Calla lilies, from
Mrs. W. P. Gallagher. The llower
benrers weie Michael Connerton, Jr.,
and Joseph iieffron, and tho pall-bearers
were: Robert Ilnmin, James
Ilnmni, Eugene Dean. Martin MeHale,
Owen Langan and Thomas, O'iiar.i.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
'L'lie rummage bale, which tho South
Side Young Women's Christian asso
ciation is to hold, will open Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock, at i09 "Washing
ton avenue, and will be open Saturday
night and all day Monday and Tues
day. The Loyalty club will moot tonight
at the usual hour.
Ms Stella Seymour Mill load (he gos
pel meeting Sunday at ".15 p. m,
Defenders Won Easily.
The game of basket ball played last
night at St. John's hull, between thu
Defender.", of this side, and thu St. Jo
seph's, of Minooka, was witnessed by
a laige crowd. The score was L'O to ')
in favor of the Defenders, the vlslloi.s
being easy for the local playois, Tho
teams lined up as follows:
Defenders Tigtio, renter: Ratelifoid,
renter; Kraft, center; Snyder, forward;
Collins, forward; Preudngast, guard;
Mm larky, guard.
St, Josephs MoDononali, minor;
Walsh, tenter; Cawley, 1 enter; Coyne,
forward; Cawley, foiward; King,
guard; Rutler, guard.
Referee, l .Ionian; timekeeper, j,
McGrath; umpire, M, J. Mtiiphy. An
enjoyable social was hold after tho
game. T. 1. Ronnie furnished the music.
News in Diief,
Ulmiles Smith, of Poeloyvllle, Ph., s
visiting William Holder, on Cedar ave
nue. James Dieniiuu, James Uohau, Will
Jam Dunleavy, James Keating" and
wife, of this side, havo returned j'lom
PJttston, where they attended the wed
ding of Mr. Downey and Miss Tiguo.
The members of General Giant tom
manderv, No, 'J30, Knights of Malta,
will meet at Ilurtumn's hall this even
ing, Million's. Shoes have excited a po
fund Intetest and aie the "hoe sensa
tion of tho day, SUS Lackawanna aye,
Mit. T. .. Jones, of Adanu avenue.
An interesting; liicctiu ot tho Men't
wjt lulil in the chain I of tho tin en
I'riklij terUu church lavt cunins.
A lahlfjiram was rcri.ivcd by Dr. J h. l'oul
luni Wcilncs J ly fiom hU ton, lir. J. Meriitt
IVrdliam, of Illo J.uielro.Draiil, tayln tlul,
Willi liU wito ami childrtr, he luil talkd for the
Mr. and Mm. Chambcrllu, of Jeffcrsou iieuue,
cauM nlne-untlis of all aickneis. Indiges
tion followed by headache, uentral HttlcAs
ni, ilMoondencj-, enfeebled action of the
mind and bodr. cold, ctamr feet and hands.
M nnrt paleness are euro signs of poor circula-
hod. ji noiuxen in time, serious iron we
-nill follow. That tired feellne? comes from
Duffy's Pr Milt Whltkiy
The World' Qreateat Medicine
will cure you. A teaspoonial three times a
day in nan a glass oi
wntcr will make vott
atrons; and healthy.
R ettriehee the blood,
strengthens the cir
culation and tones up
the whole system.
UniT'i rii mii u-riiinr
H tola I tit4 feottlti only.
It It ilieenlr TVhHkf y Hud (y
fMf'rnmM u ft meclttift.
AlldluMUUMdflM'M, oidlml.'lt aotbonU, Mll(tt
tiookltl M IYm ( inyoftA wfi wrlu
will enleilaln the It. JI. 'i tliN tuning in honor
ol Iholr ihuchter, Helen.
'Ilic Amity Mtcr.iry udrly were i iilcrtalncil
.it the home of Mr. ,inil Mr'. It. 1!. Hurley, ot
ynUi I'jrk List rmiln;,'.
A Ki.mi mUccllmiODiii ctiti'il.linmrtil mid rl
tullnniry conlct will bo held In llio I'ltniilhu
Mclliodlit ilmiih, I'lidjy irning, April -i).
1I-0I, j:ccllcnt. l.ilcnt hnj licfii sPiureil.
.Mr. mill Vn. lMw.ird t'tillci' iiml iLmsliter,
Jliuil, of Diih'iui avenue, hae rilnmcil from
yrw Vmk f-tite, wheic tliey altrniled the (iiiicrat
ul .Ml. Puller's liiolhcr.
AT RECRUITING STATION.
Changes Made Among the Men Who
Have Charge of the Woik
of Getting Soldiers.
Lieutenant P. A. (Murphy, -who suc
ceeded Lieutenant Howell in charge of
tho local reciiiltinsr station, lias been
in tin n shifted to Boston, and for the
past, wo weeks Lieutenant Bobert C.
Davis, of the Hcivonteerth infnntrj',
hns been in rh.Uftu of I ho olllce. Lieu
tenant Mutphy is in chaige of a sta
titm a I tile New Kngland metropolis,
and with his tiansl'er received n, pro
motion, lioiriK" advanced from second
to iiisL lieutenant of cavnliy. At the
end of his rociultlug service, Lieu
tenant Mun'hy will return to AVcst
Point as an inetruelor.
Sciccant Bdwin Floyd accompanied
the lieuterant fiom the city, while the
new lecriiltlnjr ollleor brings with him
from Oil City another aide. The lat
ter recruiting sergeant is Samuel T.
fiurber. ''orporal Morter.son, who was
in charge of the branch olllce ut To
v.'uiida, haw been lecalled to this city
and is another of the attaches of tho
Mutiuii. The TowAwln, branch has
The sub-station al AVilltts-Barre will,
howevei, bo continued, and there is
uKo a strong possibility of an oincc
bcliiK o)(iied at llazleton. The now
icerultiuir staff arc all eteians of one
n- moro campalKn.s. I'oiporal Morlen-.'-ou
is a seasoned soldier of eleven
years' experience, and looks the old
campaigner. Jie was for hcveial years
stationed on the frontier and saw
tumbles with the Kloux Indians uud
their icdoiibtablc leader. Sitting Hull,
lie also took patt in the recent war
with Spain, uud was among the men
who fought at Santiago.
Lieutenant Davis is a young officer,
but undewenl a leaden christening in
the Philippines, letiirning ftom the
Knst last December. Sei Remit CJar
ber also saw Philippine service and
with the "Ualliint Ninth" journeyed
to China. Since Lieutenant Davis has
been in charge of the station, three
men have enlisted and left tho city.
They arc AVilll.im Llttlejulm, of North
Kuanton; Owen Itulio and Fiederlck
Snyder, of Pctcrsbuip. Littlcjolm
was allotted tn the lOlevenlh cavaliy
at Kent Meyer. Va., nii'l the other two
were sent to tho baiiaiks al Colum
ADDRESS BY ENGINEER PIEZ.
Spoke Before the Engineer's Club in
Board of Trade.
f'hailes Plez, chief engineer of the
Link Belt. Engineering company, of
Philadelphia, gave an interesting ad
dress in the ijuaiil of trade assem
bly rooms last night, under the am
plees of the Kughieers' club, on the
subject of "Mechanical Methods in the
Stouige uf Anthracite and Uitumln
The hall was well tilled by nu au
dience which thoroughly nppieclated
the speaker's masteily acquaintance
with his subjeel and the general man
ner In which he handled it.
He was Intioduced by Presldi nt
llowley, of Ihe club. A large number
of excellent sleieoptlcou views were
u-ed in Illustration by the speaker,
who mentioned dining his address ihe
necessity of piopor lacilltles for stor
ing away coal In Ihe anthracite Held,
on acociint of the lact that there uie
only six months in tho year when there
Is piuctioally a demand.
Mr. Piez described in detail the
various mechanical devices for stor
ing away coal, showing the winkings
of the porkei, tiestling and other
systems. Pictures of plants usi d by
the Lehigh A'alley Coul company, tho
Delaware mid Hudson company, tho
Pennsylvania Kaihoad company, lliu
Philadelphia and Heading, and others,
were all shown. Knllotvlng ihe nd
diess t'a leier li,inl"y solved a very
Even the Childien
Million's hlifu-s. They nu- tilin
iiP'tu-tlati), :l'S Luelui. uvellii".
POLICE AND ALDERMEN.
I iiit Sihneldti, uf Soulli Kuiiton, njs if
leited jejtcnliv Jlleinoou on MiilUuy Miut
In' l'jtioliiun r.iu, cluisul wall uleaUuj ,i
Inil.tt of fUU fiom Holl JdI-iijoii, of 1'iliH JM
line, 'ilie ll.li wrie in the hallway of Joliiuon's
il.ico and wem riicakul away hj Silincidcr, wiiu
unrl. thini down lu llajniuml niuii mid bold
t.cme of tleui, Hi- hid Hie iciiulinler In liH
M.se-iou whui aiieiled,
I'Jtirdiiicii l.on.i II ly and 1). .1. II. .k li-.il
a lively lighi ji.UhIj.v ..Iteii.ooii with an in.
teiiated hum whom met Inc.!, in uiul in
liunt nl lleill'i Kili.on uii i.Kl.anaiiiij uienui,
jii.l lietoro .i u'cloi.1,. lie u-.-hud ncuel an I
Ihim raliulin.il Daiies almost half wa.t acic,s
Hie heet. IimiIii' lilr il"tlc-. Ho nj unly
luchled when I'aliohiiau li eliutid hint Into
Michael McDaMtl was, aiiisled vcdenlav aliei.
i.ooii at Hie instance of 'llieudoie MoirU, m
pilclor of Hie "Hun" on spuuo lieit, wlo
il'aigci him wllli Hiiouiii a biiiU Hiroujli tho
1'lalo $U window of hU s.ilooit. Ho will be
.'btu lU-Jiln,' lieloio Alderman U. S. Millar
lliU iiioininir at 0 o'llocl,.
I lliinaid llibs, of CiO Htcili Mitel, w.n ai-
ial0'ncd befoie Alderman V, S. Millar jislililay
ufternoon, ilLugcil by hliabejli MiCumb, win)
irsidii, in thu c.iinu house, with ImWiix Hueateiuil
to tal.c her life. He wjj held in ifjio .jil for
his appcaiaiKO ut court,
Thu numbers of a gang of piofewoiul be;:
Sara whldi ha lufvttcd the cenlral city duilug
the pal week weie uncatcd last nljht on Ijiki.
w-amu avenue. Two otlur mimliein of llio gane
were taken iulo cutody cui M'cdmday nluht
and weic chcii ninety dats In tho county Jail
b) 1'vlUc Mi;-i,luU- Millji- jeleiday nioinlii,-.
BANQUET AND ENTERTAIN
MENT OF RESCUE LODGE.
Knights of Pythias Will Meet To
night nt Third Annual Banquet
and Entertainment An Interest
ing Progrnmmo Has Been Pre
paredNew Bank Will Open Mon
day Moinlng Eutortalnment
Given by North Scranton Prohibi
tion Society Other News Notes.
The thlid ii ilium 1 lmiiiiet and en
tcitntmnent of Rescue lodge, Xo. "71.
Knights of Pythias, will be held this
evening nt the Auditorium.
The following programme will bo
rendered: "America," by audience:
selection, lltuiei's oiehiHttni llltio
duetory remarks, e.v-Clty Solioltoiy A.
A. A'osburg; tenor solo, .foshua .Toluui;
lodge statistics, T. .1. Clwynno; mo
prano solo, Mis. D, D. Lewis; address',
"Our Older," District Attorney V. H.
Lewis; .solo, .lolin AV. Jones; toast,
"Our Ladles." John Tf. Williams-, a.s
slstriiit tllstrlcl attorney, of AA'llkes
llarre; solo, Mrs. Lizzie Hughes tirun
dage. duet, Joshua. John and M.rs.
Lewis; dosing ode, "Good Night," by
iiioinbeis of the older.
li'ollowing the programme a banquet
will bo served by ilia Ladles Aid so
ciety ot tho Puritnn Congiegatlonul
church. A. A. A'osburg will act ns
toastinaster of tho evening. Tho com
mittee in charge consists of Armlt
Thomas, n. J. Richards, W. PI. Mor
gan. AVIIIIam Phillips. Thomas If.
I terse, Joseph AViillams and Thomas
Opening of Bank.
The Xotth Thnl Bank will open
Monday morning. The large steel
capes have been put in their places
and tested, and the sufe, which is nine
feet high and thirteen feet wide, will
havo its doors open for public Inspec
tion today and tomoriow.
Many poisons of this section vis
ited the bank yesterday. The board of
(.lrectoi-5, who were elected AVodncs
dny evening, will moot this evening
and elect officers. Ex-Judge Lewis Is
slated for piesidonl and for vice piesi
denl James Fitch is the probable
choice. J. AT. Simon, of Ilinghamton,
who lias been in Providence for over
n week, will bo made cashier.
LasL evening a large number of
young men, women and children at
tended the Prohibition entertainment
given by the North Scranton Prohibi
tion, society at the Auditorium.
The programme was opened by the
audience singing "America," followed
by prayer, led by Ttev. It. ri. Jones, P.
D. Remarks were made on "Prohibi
tion" by 1!. S. Meredith, chairman of
the Piohlbition society. Miss Thomos,
ol West Scranton, wingsever.il solos In
a. line soprano voice, and Miss TOdna
May, one of AVest Scranton's. well
known elocutionists, recited. The Sons
of Temperance fllee club sang "Show
Thyself a. Man," .'Hid Attorney Em
mott Nicnls, olAVilkes-Barre, made .in
address on "The Uixnvth of Cities and
Its Kvll Kffects," -which was very In
teresting. The programme was con
cluded with a selection rendered by the
Sons of Temperance Glee club.
IN A FEW LINES.
Gem go Gutnoto.s was auchted by
Patrolman Thomas AVatklns for being
drunk and ilisordcily, on AVest Market
slicet, about 10 o'clock AVedmsday
night. Gutnotes was brought before
Alderman Fldler yesterday morning
and lined S.5, which he paid.
Miss Mary Jlihuirds. of Ararreti
street, has letuined homo from Con
necticut, whcio she visited friends for
the past month.
May Henley, of AVest Market street,
has returned home from Avoca.
O. AV. Davis, the druggist. Is making
extensive Improvements In his branch
chug store on Market street.
The Women's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Providence
Presbyterian chinch will meet at the
home of Mrs. L. AV. Moras, on North
Main avenue, today.
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow i couch to tun until il sets liejond tho
reach ot miilicinc. 'lliei often ftay, "Oh, it will
wear auay," but in nio't cjws it will weir
them away. Could lliey lm induced to tiy tin!
Miceeful medicine called lump'ri IlaUani, which
ia bold on a positlia gtiaiantcp to cine, they
would immedhlelv he the excellent rfteit mice
lal.Ing His flint iloo. I'lice -Jjc. and JOe. Trial
fcli fiee At all drusAiats.
ACADEHY OF HUSIC,
KBIS&tUmUUNDKR IIAKKV A. ItKOW.N
Managers and Lesse-n. Local Manager.
Corse Payton Stock Co.
i.v iii.t'iniroiiii. imii.;i;m ino
'HiuimIiv Matinee, . "Woman Agiln-t Wmnan"
'lliuifiby Kuiilnit. ."V Peipeiato (iaur"
I'lidiy Mitlnee "A Nible Woman"
I'lid.iy i:eninq; . ..."Kidnippi.- oi New Veil.''
Al.li M VI'
v i i:k
bum.u. n.i.ii unit
,Md' fl. HiniKI.WfOy, Manascr.
Tluee Days CommenclnR' Thursday
Matinee Avail 18,
Fads and Follies Barlesquers
myr Anniversary Sale
An Extraordinary Offar tar This Occasion,
We have announced the addition to our old stock
of hundreds of recently imported fine grades of Persian
and Turkish Rugs. From this combined stock we have selected 10 large
stee rugs the sues will average 9 feet by 12 feet and have made Spec,
al Reductions on their prices. Of these yon will be able to get
$150.00 Turkish Rugs for $100.00
175.00 Turkish Rugs for uS.oo
200.00 Turkish Rugs for. 165.00
This Offer Is Only for Three Days. N
Wilton and Arlington Rugs, also China and Japan Mattings at
MIGHAELIAN BROSi & CO., washinfof avi.
SANG SCOTLAND'S SONGS.
Concert Given by the Caledonian
The good songs of bonny fcolland
weie given most Intelligent Interpre
tation at Guernsey hall last night by
tho Caledonian club choir, which gave
tin excellent concert. Tho programme
was opened by Introductory remarks
by James Hkcoeh, ami then followed a
number of finely rendered voriil iiunt
boiH, both Individual and by the choir
tut a whole.
Professor Wuhlcr played several dif
ficult piano selections and L. McMil
lan gave In a most stirring manner
the "llattlo of Stirling." The Misses
Lizzie and Kllon Jelfrey sang In sym
pathetic strains "Oh AVert Thou In the
Could Blast." and Messrs. McMillan,
Olencross and McMillan, sang the rol
licking strains of "Willie Btowod n
Peck o' Mutit." Miss Llzsdc JelTrey
eniig "ftohln Adnlr," and Miss Kllon
ilefl'rey, "Cold AVater." 13. Jeffrey re
cited. "O'Grady's Cat." and "Scots
AVIui llae," "Thcro AViia a Lnd," and
other selections were sung by the choir.
nccurdcr .lumen M"olr wtus iircseiit
and gae olio of his cliaractcrlHtle
speeches. lie Rpoko of the music of
Scotland and the beauties of Its house
hold poetty, nntl Interspersed his talk
with a number of witty payings and
anecdotes. A dance followed the con
cert. AVILL HAVE CLUB ROOMS.
New Departure by the Scranton Gun
The Scranton (Jim club, which has
done so much locally to promote Inter
est in shooting and fishing and in tho
belter ptotection of lls'h and game from
Illegal depredations, is arranging to es
tablish n, club house in Scranton, and
to do ihls proposes to inoieiise its mem
bership. Tho club has one of the finest tint)
shooting grounds in the country. In
the new club house It is proposed to
have ii completely equipped rllle and
pistol gallery. The olllcers and mem
bers of the club are:
Officers I.'. JI. Price, pictiilcnt; C. It. Von
Slot eh, secretary 'tl cleaner.
nirectoiv-K. XI. Ilejea, C. C. I'crbcr, ,T. I).
Maon. C. JI. Price. (I. II. Von Slnieh.
Jlcmbcrs-C. Xf. Price, W. 11 Ilittenhender, i:.
II. Beji'ii, ,1. 1). Jl.iou, T. .1. Pmnlon, Kay liar
her. It. Jf. bpencei. Itichaid ;rinii"5, .Tolin
Nlclioll. Dr. r. W. Wint. r. V. If. Von Storch,
V. A. Kemiiiciir, .1. II. Tovell. riurlei. IIoblnnn,
William H. Nolan, T. ('. Von Sloicli. lie. C. b.
Hill, C. JI. I'lorey, H. (J. Dnnhiui, S. W. jMg.tr.
InuIoi- hlioimakci, JI. spencer, I. . Till,
O. It. hhrjcr, lir. W. K. llolan: It. l:. Wr-tlal.e.
Hany Cnliii, .Mm A Watre.us JI. (.'idden, C.
C. Perhcr, .IcKcph Shotln. A. 0. Thoiu.i-.on. II. I..
Jtiniiniii, .lolni II. Van lieiucii, III. .lolm IIoir.fr,
Curtis Huff, Dr. tl '.. Power, Dr. A. J. Wine
brahc, John W. Towler. J)r. II. V. I.opun, II. J.
l'oicr, Chailes P. .lone.-.
XI HI. CAl'linniNi: TAr.01t. Mi. (..ilheiine
Tovlor, nsul SI jciif, died la-.t nislit of old
iiRO, :it hir liome .it !M." Mullnny slrrcl. She
wa.i SI (.in el ai and was widely liiiown
tlnotiglirnit Hie ily, when she had usided for
a number of .e.ir.-. bin- is hiimwil bj twi
rliildiin, Mrs. Ilenj.iniiu If. l'utt, ot lln city,
and H. Tajb.r. vf Ilioi.Kliii. "I"hi- luiici.il wilt
be hold on I'ndiy liiuuiliii; at U.Jj o'clock and
will be pieali'.
'Hie funeral of the fe montlis-nhl n f Jh.
and Mm Mkluel JleU, who died wrilnexlay
iiichl, will tnho pl lie lhi- .lfttinoon at -."'I
oMoi'k from the family le-iilenrc, l iIIot
sheet, lulermenl. will bo luado In the Twiiili
rtli waul t'.itholic iinicliiy.
uisfoi.cunN" or PAurxintMiip, i.uiirr.n-
ollle is liculiy uhcii Hut Hie JUaib.v
IliooK hil': Compiny, Limited, an n-ociatinn oi-
K.iniid under the d id .Wmbly .ippio'.eil
Jun '. ls"l. and it-, siippkineiili., fur the pm
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pO-C Ol Spilllillll .llt'l lll.lllin.ll.111111.,, nnn, mi..
Ihuail ,u.il the; weauiur and maniiucltiiins; ot
silk fibiu.- 1-. lieu by di-M.lMil by lliu muni
iiimn lole ul" Ihe paulr-, I-i inleii-t, and Hie fob
lowms pct-ons biM- been iippiuntrd llipmliluu
tru-iec-.: JV. S. Van UK.-, 11. llen.nd, A. L.
Do Yot Gate
to Save It?
It Will Do Your Heart Good to
TakJ a Glimpse of Our
Abide tu our measure, there is a
stjle to them that worries hlRli-prkeil
tullors; there Is that perfection of tit
amlfliiblt for which tliey cliurce $25,110
giio styles to .select from for J 1 5.011,
106 Spruce Street,
The Great Sale Continues
And the Bargains grow bigger day by day, as we
get the stock in shape for selling.
Our Trenton Store Stock
Represents the best there is in Medium and High
Grade Dry Goods. Trenton is not a cheap
town, and trash could not be sold there.
Now Look at These Prices
And as you do, remember that they're for good
goods, up-to-date in style and perfect in
Skirts and Bedspreads
Ladles' Colored "Underskirts, while they last, each 25c
Ladles' Colored. Mercerized Skirts, each 7.rio
j Ladies' Colored Mercerized Skirts, each $1.30
ii Full size Crochet Bedspreads, hemmed nntl rendy for use, ench . . 75o
Cloths 2 yards by 2 1-3 yards in size $2.00 and $2.50
Cloths 2 yards hy 2 1-2 yards in size $2.00 and $2.75
Cloths 2 yards by S yards in size $3.00 and $3.25
j Napkins, good liberal size to match nil Cloths, per dozen $2.25
Nottingham Lnee Curtains, worth 75c, at 40c
Nottingham Lac6 Curtains, worth $2.00, at $1.20
Odd pairs, only one pair o a patterns, in Nottlnghnms Irish
Points, Brussels, Swiss, etc., at Just One-Half Regular Price.
Rope Portieres, worth $2.25 at . . . .' OSc
A mixed lot of Silks in plain colors, fancy checks and stripes,
pelisses, etc., worth 75c. to SI. 25 per ynrd 40o
Black Dress Goods
Pine French Plerola Cloth in five patterns, worth $1.25 yard at. 69a
Six fashionable shades of fine Crepe do Chene, with satin stripes
that were $1.75 per yard, now OSc
Four patterns of Black Grenadines that were $20 per pattern,
Two patterns lace effect silk Grenadines, weie 820 per pattern,
now tpcr vU
44-inch pure silk, plain mesh Grenadine in black, worth $1.25
per yard 85o
Fancy Dress Goods
One Case Batiste Brilliante in
L5 1smC Il
50 pieces fine French Ginghams in checks and stripes, were sold
at 25c, to close the lot at 15c
46-inch all wool Vigoreaux, fine finish, best make, complete
line of colors, worth 85c, nt 6D0
45-inch all wool fine French serges, complete lino of colox-s and
well worth 45c, to close at 31o
One lot 40-inch Fancy Mixtures, largo assortment of stylos
and colois, our regular 50c line at 31o
One case fancy checks and stripes Outing' Flannel, woith 6c, at. 2 l-2c
Twenty pieces cream Baby Flannel, our 25c quality, today at. . lOo
4-4 Bleached Hill Muslin at 6 l-2c
4-4 Bleached Fruit of tho Loom Muslin at 7c
4-4 Unbleached Muslin, Extra Weight, at 5c
Embroidered Shams, pair
Bureau and Stand Covers, sot . . .
Sofa Pillow Tops, each
Lot 1 About 25 suitr. for ladies and misses, sale price $3.08
Lot 2 Ladies' fine Tailored Suits, good assortment, at $0.08
Lot 3 A few of our $20 and $22.50 suits from Tronton,to close. $0.08
Balbiiggan Underwear for Gents, worth 25c per garment nt. . 15c
Gents' Cambric Shirts, stiff and soft bosoms, all sizes, good as
sortment of patterns, woith 75c, at 30o
Gents' fancy Hose in polka dot and fast black, mercerized heel
nnd toe, worth 15c a pair, at 10c
Gents' fancy stripe 25c hose, fast colors, at 2 pair for 2Dc
Hosiery and Underwear
Ladies' drop stitch Lisle thread hose, fast black, worth 40c. at 25e
Ladies' imported fast black Hormstlorf dye, split feet, mocha
feet, and solid black, all regular 25c hosiery at 21c
Ladies' ribbed vests in spring weight, short nnd long sleeves.. 21c
Ladies' Fine Muslin Corset Covers, worth 18e nt 10c
Ladies' fine Cnmbric Aprons, full size, sale price 2 for 25c
Boys' white tucked waists, with linen collar and cuffs, worth
50c, nt 25c
Children's Umbrellns, woith 50c, at HOo
Children's Umbiellas, woith 75c at 40e
Ladies' best Gloria Umbrellas, 20 inches, worth $1.50 at $1.00
Taffeta Silk Umbrellns, with pearl nnd silver handles, worth
$3.50 at . . . $2.25
Colored Silk Umbiellas. woith $3.00 at $1.50
Gents' 28-inch English Gloiia, tiimmed handles, nt 50o
R. & G Tonibon's, Warnox's, C,
Ribbons and Laces
Fancy Stripe Tnffotn Ribbon 4 inches wide, all colois, woith
12 l-2o and 18c, at
Imported and veal Torchon Luces
woith 12 l-2c and 18c, nt
No. 1 Satin Black Colored Velvet
Fine Tuckiugt, woith 50c n ynul,
Pulley Belts in Velvet Snttn Ribboiib, abs,oited &izei, nt 15o
Hook and Eyes, with snap in blncks and whites, per card..,.
Uelding's Knitting Silk in 1-2 ouuee spools, regular U5c kind at,
Welding's Silk Twist, 10-ynrd spools, nssoited colors, dozen
spools tor .,....(,,,.,,,,.............(,
All Silk Taft'eta Senni Binding, full 0-ynid lolls, nil colors, per
piece. .....,,...,.,... , . . , . 8c
Corticelle, 50-ynid spools silk, nil colors, per spool . , , , , ;ic
Cortlcelle, 100-yard spool silk, in colois nnd blnck, per spool,, Co
200 pieces ot odds nnd cuds in prints, light and dark grounds,
full standard and fast colors, good range of patterns, have been
Gc, closing prico , , . ......... ,2 l-2
One case standard Apron Ginghams, nil styles, fast colors,
worth Oc, nt 3 l-2r
light and dark colors, woith
B W. B., nt a discount of 25
from 1 to 3 inches wide,
Ribbons, at 15o
while they Inst for lOo