The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 30, 1901, Page 7, Image 7
.''-, 3n.fsH'sl' ' j'f"A've"iM(,f'i'fl wJTRAjT'i'jremwS ?pfssgg VWSP-.? r Ei-Ji. I THE SCB ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1901. y I ,.-. NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA FACTORYViLLE. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Fnctoryvllc, Apt II 'JO. The eighty sccnutl unnlvcisiiry of Otlcl Fellowship In Amntten was very llttliiRly vole hratod lust Friday night by ltcd Jnckct lodse. No. 521, lit their hrtll. A lawe mnllence of Odd Fellows und tlich' fntullIrM and citizens luiscmhled In sueh numbers that It runnilotely lllled the hull. An Inlt'ioKiliif? und extensive pro Ki'uinuio wan carried out and much en Joyed liy the audience. A colored or chestra, from Scrunlon, which comprises a whole concert In thenifulve?, made tip ii coiiHpleiiDiis part of the programme. John T. Howe, also or rjcianton, deliv ered the principal iiddresc. which was one of the llne.st ever hoard In the hall. K. It. hilly read a paper on the origin of the order, and the Inintovenienl und Rood It hut) done alneo the organization. Some of uur very host, local talent made up the remainder of the pro KruimiK', as follow: liee'ltatlmi, Miss May Kink; i.olo. Miss Hess Spencer; recitation, Mr. Suyduni; recllntlon, Miss Anna Kurd: soiik. Mioses Spencer and W'atklnsi. lecltiilU'li. MlhS IJeu trice Tnylui . recitation, Miss Hess Spencer; recitation, Miss Kva Kcyuolds. U. IT. Tloljrale. csf., was ohalri'iiaii of the en tertainment. Miss Jennie AVall has returned from an extended trip through the West. Christy Matthews, four own Christy) has dunned n New York uniform tills soasoii, and is playing ureal ball. Last .Saturday he pitched the opening game on tho Polo srounds against the hcuy-hitllii(r Brooklyn and licld them iluivii lo four hits and easily won the Frame, niukln? him the heio of New York for the tlnie. .Miss Uliinchc Stark has' returned liuiiH'. .ittcr a sojouiu of two weeks wlcli frkiuls at East Lemon. fnluii temperance servlcts were con ducti'd at til- First tiaptist ehtireh last Sunday evening by Row J. N. Lee. The graduating exercises of the Graded school will be held next Friday eveuliiK in the Methodist Kpiscopa! (lunch. All arc cordially Invited to at tend, Those vt hu will graduate this year ate: tJr.iee I Julie Carpenter, Mabel Ileal dblfy Liudley, Kdlia. I.ucia Rey nolds, William .loltn Miller. Paul lOugene Smith and Heiny Daniel Matthewson. Kc. J.. I), llaimon, p.istof of the V.aptisi I'hurch at Laeeyville, lias hand ed In his resignation for the second time, and il has dually, though reluc l.mtl. been accepted, to take elfeet May -J'i. Mr.-.. Alfiid Rossiter leaves next Wednesday for Dutfalo, wheic she will j-iln her lnibb.ind. They will reside in tin. abne named city during the sum mi r. Mrs. J C. Muncri-r. suciuliiiiT a few days or Mill City, is lieie with rela- tlw. Mr. and Mrs. C. ,. liiovvn, of Spring sille. spent last "Wednesday and Thilrs day with ti lends at this place. Tonsuii.il Artist Ostcrhoiil now has one of the finest shops that has over linen in the low ii, .Mrs Kran't Malum, of Smith Mont iijm spent several days here List week vvith friends. ' .Master "Wllliiir .1. (ilhnore is iiuw in l lie employ of F. M. Osterhout, and ex peils) to learn all the ins- and outs of the lather brush. "Wilbur always was a handy lellow, and will innke a big a Mitiun to Hie shop. SUSQUEHANNA. Sc(, id to Hi. s'ti.mlon Tribune. Suiqiiehann.i, April "0. Rctween 12 and J o'clock this morning tlie Krle employes hi the AVest Suhciiiehannii yard diseoeivd thieo or four men stealing brass from a box. The yard men pursued the thieves, who dropped their plunder and lied. Car Sealer Jo.s-ph Magliuils, wlio was in the van of tlie men, drew his revolver and Hied, and one ol the thieves fell, .shot In the wrist. His oinpanions ca mped. The wounded man was taken to the lockup and given surgical at tendance. is said tn ho one Sher man, or heiiuruiann, wno conducts u junk shop on South .street, Rlngham ton. Ho will he given a hearing to day. During the past two years con siderable brass and copper has been stolen fumi the railroad yards and the robberies liae been credited to pere grinating Junk dealers fioui Hlnghani tuii and elscwlU'ie. Re Hi. Kdwaul Taylor, ut UiiiK hauitoii, oeeuplod the pulpit of the Uakland (.'oiigicgutii' Ml cnureli on Sunday. William l.ung of LaueslMiro. was on Satutday luought befoie ju.stlep Wll- mim Has been responsible for much of human mortality. Men and women die bv thou sands in an Indian famine, not because of lack of food but be cause caste superstition prevents them fiom accepting it. Kvcn in America there arc still to be found those who believe that hcalinj; herbs lack irtue unless gathered during certain phases of the moon. The great foe of superstition is science, Every year science increases the terri tory of tlie natural at the expense of tlie super natural. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery achieves its successful cures because it is a scientific preparation orig inated by a scientific man. It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, purifies the blood and establishes the body in sound health, As the writer ot the following letter siys, "It is the best thing for nervous ness and for a weak run-down condition that anybody would want. It gives a person new life and new blood," "Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol and is free from opium, co caine and other narcotics. "I must ugain bend a few lines to)ou to lei yon know how I am selling along since liking ibe wouderful iiH'illcitie which cuied uie two sats ago," writes Miss jieriua Hbeler, of 1416 Bentou Street, St. I.ouis, Mo. "I still continue in crj- good lieulth ami think there l not a better medicine on earth than Dr Pierce's Oolden Medical nhcov cry, it is the best tl iiiK for nervousness and tor a weak, run-down condition, that an) body would want. It gives a persou new life aud new blood. I can now work all day Ions; without feelhu; the least bit tired. nervous aud weak last ssimmtr. I cities of Dr. Pierce' Colden Medical Discovery and it jut made uie feel like a new person.' Dr. Pierce's l'leasant Pellet' fctlinulatc the liver. Ql i I was ery look five b limns, charged with stealing chickens from O. K, Dodge, of Lnncsborn, In default of $200 ball he was t'iken to the county jail lo await the acllon of the grand Jury. Itcv. .1. I. Williams, pastor ot the ltapllst church, Is at Ilnllstcad, at tending the quarterly conference of the Hrldguwaler Baptist association, He will preach this evening. William Ives will In a few days open n restaurant In the Van Aiken build ing, Krle avenue. Miss Wish, of ninghamton, held a social hop In ilogau Opera IIouso this evening. The "Alvin Joslln" company will ap pear In Hogan Opera IIouso on Fri day evening. U. H. Thompson Is erecting a dwell ing house on "Westllcld avenue, Oak land Side. Mr. and Mis. Charles A. Millar have leturned homo from Calumet, Mich., where they spent the winter with their daughter. The funeral of tin; late Mrs. Sophia Hill took place on Saturday afternoon from the residence of Charles Uliuia an. West Main street, Itov. Edward 10. Uellly, pastor of the Presbyterian church, olUclatlng. The remains were interred in McKtine cemetery. Thomas !. Kus.sell niut John V. I-eary, machinists, have taken Jobs in the Dickson locomotive shops in Scran ton. William Kpis. of West Main street, Is recovering trom a seveio attack of pneumonia. Tlie Susquehanna County Sunday School association will hold its six teenth annual convention In the "Bap. tlsi church at Hallstead. April SO and May 1. A very attractive programme has been arranged A number of new dwelling houses are being erected on the Oakland Side of the river. Rev. Charles W. Boot is at Wilkes Barre. attending the spring meeting of the archdeaconry of Scranton. The Rrii.shvllle Baptist church is gradually approaching completion. MONTROSE. Sjin-ial to tho Srrauton Tribune. Montrose. April 2!. Vrooman Gar diner, a student at Factoryvillc, spent Sunday at his home In this place. S. Bruce Chase, of Hallstead. was professionally engaged here on Satur day. The Odd Fellows of Montrose held their annual supper on Friday even ing. Dr. :. c. Halsey was master of ceremonies. An elaborate menu was bjrved by Caterer Hotchkiss. after which an enjoyable musical and lit erarjdirogramme. wasprescntcd. About eighty people were gathered about the festal board. Mr. and Mrs. Ccorge 11. Watrous aie in New York city, where they will spend .several days. E. P. Pope, agent of the United States Kxprcss company at this place, met with an accident on Friday which lesulted In a severe shaking up and a badly swollon optic for Mr. Pope. He was attending to liis duties at the r,. t M. depot and had gone into the baggage car to dispose of .some ex press packages, and, tarrying a little too lung, llio train started, and was under good speed when Mr. Pope jumped from the car and was thrown with considerable force against a box ear that was standing on a siding. 1 hough considerably bruised and with a facial expression not unlike the late Mm t utler, Mr. Pope is around and attending to bu-ine.ss as usual. .. vr.Kent. of Brooklyn, was In town on "Saturday. The ise of W. S. Merselis vs. Hus iiiitdMiuui loiiuty, to secure the reward offered in connection with the capture of tlie murderers of Jackson Pepper, and whi'h was tried last week before nrbltmt'-irs, lesulted in a verdict for the plaiulirf and Mr. Merseles will re ceive the $1,000 offered by the com missioners. The verdict of the arbi trators Is in accord with public senti ment, as nearly every one acquainted with tlie details of the matter believed Mr. Merselis to be entitled to the re ward. Mrs. M. J. Hannas is visiting at tho homo of Jciemlah Stephens at Nich olson. Kdltor and Mrs. James P. Taylor are visitors in Binghamtoii today. Bx-Sherifi Word Deuel, of I-lttle Meadows, was in town on business. The base ball season will be opened in Montro.se on Monday next with a game belwein the Great Bend team and our local nine. The Montrose team will hold a hop at Village Hall in tlie evening of tho same day. Kev. K. A. Waniner, rector ot the St, Paul's church, and ex-Prothontary W, J. Baker lelt this morning on a llshlng trip to Friendsvllle. Register and Recorder Bruce B. Buffum was at the same place Saturday and suc 1 ceded lit lauding several line trout. Mrs. John Doyle, sr., is seriously id at her home on High street. Will Council, of Tunkliaiinoek, th young man who sustained terrible in juries to ope of his feet in an accident on the Montroho branch of the Lehigh " alley sit South Montrose on Satur day, was accompanied to. the hospital .it Sayiv by Dr. John ii. AVilHon. of tills plate, who waa summoned as soon as the accident occurred. Uepoiis from Sayro are favorable and it Is hoped to save tho young man's foot lioui amputation, Mrs. George Battles, an estimable colored lady, Is 111 with pneumonia at lie i- home on tho Shlpman place, near the old Foster tannery. FOREST CITY. Special to tlie Pcranton Tilbuni:. Forest City, April 20, The council will hold ,1 special session on Wednes day evening 1 discuss the location of the proposed borough building, and tho hoard of trade and other citizens aro Invited to bo present. The borough owns a lot op Dunduff street which council contemplate using, but so much opposition to that site has ap pealed that It is possible the present lot will be sold and one on Main street be purchutied. On Friday night, In the Odd Fellows' hull, u lodge of the Daughters of Na omi w)ll be Instituted by tho Orand otllcers, of Scranton. There are thirty live names on the charter list. Frederick Straub, of Green Ridge, an old icsldent of this place, was In town Saturday, The Forest City band will continue its fair on Thursday, Friday und Sat urday, May 2, 3 and 1. Kvery one who could get hold of a rig esterday enjoyed a ride Into tho country. County Commissioner Tingley waa In (own today. The commlsslonrrB nie very anxious to got a tax collector for tho town, liut' remarkable though It may seem, no one appears anxious for the Job. Miss Agnes Collins will this week leave for New York, where bIic wilt make her home. She will be accom panied by Miss B. Connolly. The Anthracite Social club Intend to got up an entertainment of some sort In the near future. It will probably take the foun of an amateur theatrical performance. Several such ventures have been made here In the past and they were always quite successful. Them seems to be abundant material, and the main thing needed Is some one lo select the cast and direct the stag ing of the play. SPRINCVILLE. SprrUl lo (he Scranton Tribune. Spiingvllle, April 29. Lathrop &. West are enlarging their business by putting In showcases and having it stock of baked stuff on hand. A. O. Ilrndershot went to Philadel phia last week to see his little son, Willie, who Is In the hospital, being Heated for deformity of tlie lower limbs. Mrs. Heiulershot Is there with him. Miss Kva Woodhousc has been sick several weeks, and It Is feared thnt It may be of a permanent character and prove disastrous. Last week the Thomas milt was torn up for repair?. Tho bolter having be come defective, the Hues wore removed and new ones put hi. John Undorhlll has procured a fine tree and Is putting a new derrick in his quarry. The stone business has taken on a new impetus this year. For one week only, beginning May !. S. o. Culver will sell wallpaper mid borders all at the same price by the loll. This Is what has never been dono here before, and all orders must be ac companied by the cash. Samples will bo sent when lequested. State prieo wanted. Work 011 Stuart ltlley's farmhouse has been pushed rapidly since tho rains, and will soon be icady for Us tenant. There are live men at work on It. Over at 1. A. Strickland's there are two cases of measles, which makes three in the t amity thus far, and they have all been good, healthy cases. Mrs. Truman Fike has heen very sick with measles. Sunday afternoon there was a hasty call for a doctbr. and later In the day the report came that she was dying. The band is talking about having the ever-glorious Fourth celebrated In a proper manner, and the matter will no doubt be decided Tuesday evening. Two years ago they took the matter up, and the result was a rousing good time and some cash for the organiza tion. A number of the farmers over Strick land hill way who have been cniiying their milk to a creamery the other way, aie bringing It U the milk sta tion here now. The price paid for it Is a trifle under two cents per quart. HONESDALE. Speciil to (lie Scranton TrUnin'. Honesdale, Apiil 29. Mrs. 1;. p. Mum ford and Miss Kdith Swift spent Sunday with friends in Catasauqua, Pa. William Wood, of sit. i.ouis, Mo., spent Sunday nlth bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. b. "Wood, of Third street. The presentation of "Rip Van Winkle," by Thomas Jeiferson and his company in the opera house. May 2, will bo the closing event of the season. The advance sale of scats is large. Thomas Jefferson, who takes the part of Rip in tills grand old play, is a per fect representation of his fattier, Jo seph Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Blandin are .-pending a few days of their honey moon witli the parents of the former, .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blandin, on Maple avenue. John Jenkins, who lias been seriously 111 tor the past two months at the home of his parents, on Dyberry avenue, is still in a. critical condition, with little hope of his iccovcry. The funeral of Eugene Doruingcr, who was killed at White Mills on Sat urday by falling- under a moving pas senger coach, will he held on Tuesday at 10.30 a. m. in the White Mills Catho lic church. Interment will be in the Honesdale cemetery Grand jury court Is In session this week, preparing the calendar for the May term of court, -which convenes on Monday, May 6, HOLLISTERVILLE. Special to tho Scranton Tiibune, HolllstervUle, April 29. Mr. William A. Holllster died at his late residence here April 2.";, nt IMS a. m after a lingering Illness of sevcial months. Mr. Holllster was born hen; and with the exception of a few years, has al ways been a resident of this place. He had the contidenco and esteem of tils neighbors, and will be greatly missed in the community. The funeral obse qulen. which were hugely attended by relatives and friends front a dis tant o. were held in the M, P. church at 2.0O p. m., on the 27th Rev. Mr. Fisk ollleiatcd. Interment in the Hol llsterville cemetery. The pall beareis worn J. B. Mott. Philander Moon. Kllzer Fessenden, D. K. Watrous, John Van Sickle and U, Maddox. DeVeased was aged sevonty-two years, eleven months and live days, and Is survived by four children: Mrs. A. D. Wets, of Hiiuillnton: J. p. llolllEter, of Peck vlllej l'l. 13, Holllster, of Scranton, and Miss Delia Hulllster, of this place: also by a mother. A, G. Holllster, of this place The relatives of the de ceased have the sympathy of ;t wide circle of friends in this, their time of bereavement. Mrs. John McFarlaud Is very rick, Albert Van Gorder Is dangerously til and his son, Chaiies Van Gorder, of Scranton, has been summoned to his bedside, Mrs. George Hamlin is eiltUally ill and her sister, Mrs. Vina Gnff, of Brooklyn, N. Y and her nephew, F, B. Mitchell, of Olyphant, have been sum moned to her bedside, Mrs, George Fesenden, who has been suffering with the quinsy Is a 111 tics better t this writing. Rev. S. MoVey is very ill, The many friends of Mis. John Van Sickle will be pleased to learn that she Is slowly regaining her health. Muster Homer Fessenden is conval escent, A. G. Holllster. who has been sick for tome time, Is slowly regaining his health. Samuel Fruzier, of Mlna, Potter county, was a teent guest at the home of his sister, Mrs". Albeit Van Gorder. C. D. .Mitchell. Howard Moore and John Wilcox were at Noxon the 2tst hist. Alton Black, of Maplewood. spent last Sunday at tho home of his grand patents. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook, -Mrs. Y. K. Heck und her daughter, Miss Grace, of Moscow, were enter county, was a recent jjuest nl the home of her father, Mr. A. O. Holllster. Mr. Henunler Is suffering with a very sore arm. Mis. A. C. Spniildlng. of Rome, Bradfoid county, Is In town for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mitchell and their son, Ira. and grandson, Bute, of Sci nnton, spent lust Sunday at their home here. Mr. and Mrs, Charles A. Wiley and son have returned from their visit among relatives and friends In Scran ton. Mnlley Van Gorder, of Klzer, was a guest last Thursday at the home of his brother, Mr. Albert Van Gorder, Mr. and Mis. A. D. West and daugh ters, the Misses IJda and Vldn, of Hiimllnton: Mr. J. P. Holllster und children, Jessie, Deo and Gerald, of Peckvlllc, and Mr. and Mrs. 13. 13. Hot lister ami son, Charles, of Scranton, vMled last Sunday nt tlie old home stead, Mrs. Lillian Huwk and. children Floyd ani ICdnii, are visiting among relatives In Scranton. Fred Brown, of Hoadleys, spent hist Sunday at the home of Mr. tl. I.. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Klllnni, of Pau pack, visited last Sunday nt the home of her father, Mr. A. G. Holllster. Miss Cora Stanton hns returned from her vllst among relatives In Dun niore. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Cloiise. of Moscow, were iccent guests at the home of her patents, Mr. and Mrs. t D. Mitchell. Miss Maggie Thompson, who has dis posed of all the personal property on her farm here, has icturned to Jor niyn. BROOKLYN. SrecUl lo the sVunlon Trltmn-. Brooklyn, April 29. A very pleasing programme was given at the Unlver sallst church last evening, in connec tion with the Y. P. C. W. devotional meeting. It consisted of readings, solos, duets and recitations, which were lis tened to witli pleasure by a large audi ence. Owing to the illness of the pastor, theie was no preaching In the Univer salis! church yesterday. At the quarterly meeting at the Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. Floyd, presiding elder, conducted the services. Burton Sage, of W.iverly, spent Sun day with his parents here. 13ai I Alney and Roy Shadduek. of Keystone academy, came home to at tend the Brooklyn graded school com mencement and spend Sunday at their homes. George II. Terry is still contlned to the house, suffering with a swelling of the sub-maxillary glnd. ICrncst King returned home a short time ago from the Philippines, where he served in tlie United States- army. He was in live battles, and has seen much of the country enough of It, he sa y s. The commencement exercises of the Brooklyn graded scblo were held in the Presbyterian chuich last Friday evening. The class consisted of Louis Gere, .Tosie Gere. Mabel Tiffany and Sadie Rosengrant, all of whom pleased the audience with their orations or es says. The honors were held by Josle Gore and Mabel Tiffany, whose per centages were equal, and both of whom are but sixteen years of age. Jessie Miller gave the Juniors' reply to tlie Mantle oration, and the primary school gave several pleasing numbers. Prof. C. H. Cohen and Miss Billlan Cham berlain, of Montrose, and Mollie Tracy Weston nssisted in making the even ing one of much pleasure. TUNKHANNOCK. Spmal to the Scranten Tribune-. Tunkhannock, April 29. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Ksser are entertaining' their daughter from Plalnfield, N. ,T. Mrs. Albert Townsend is tho guest of iclatlves and tricnd.s at Factory ville this week. Archie Betts, of Binghamtoii, N. Y.. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mr?. A. B. Betts, on Second street. Dr. A. II. Mulholland, of Pittston, was in town on Sunday, en route for Bake Carey, where he will spend some time. Tracey Phinney and family loft Monday for the state of Washington, where they will make their home. Harry Sickler, who Is in the em ploy of tho Cudahy Beef company at Scranton, spent Sunddy nt his home in this place. .Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Haidlng spent Sunday with friends at Factoryvillc. Attorney Frank W."Wheaton, of Wllkes-Barre, was In town on Mou dya. Attorney O Smith Khmer- uttended the funeral of tlie late Mrs. Fannie Keelcr, at Towanda, on Sunday after noon. Pierce Comstock, biolher of Band lord Louis Comstock, of the Wyoming HoiifO, left heio on Monday for tho West, his destination being Mon tana. Mr. aud Mrs. Sickler, of Bingliamton, N. Y.. uie visiting their daughter. Mrs. Ruel 13. Billings, on Fast Tioga street. DURYEA. Tlie township coninilssioueis aie go lug tooppose our town being named a borough. They claim they have tlie majority on their side. Duane Dills has accepted a position In Jonas Long's Sons stoic In Scian ton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lane visited In Scranton on Monday. Don't forget the grand entertainment to be given by the Welsh Congicga tional church choir, of Duiiniore, on Thursday evening at the Bi lik church. A RELIABLE PILE CURE. Tho Paranihl Pile Ouio Is the safest anil suicn Pile t'uie on tho market, hecause It contalni no mineral juil Konh nor opium nor cocaine, but can he used with absolute safety nntl cer. tatnty of cure. Many physicians nio now uslnir the Pyramid Pile Cure In place of surgleat operations, beinir painless, convenient to m.e, and the patient can attend to IiIh dally occupation while the cure is belns made, as It Is used at night ami no additional treatment Is necenbary. Dr. Wharton says the Pyramid Pile Cure will prove a blessing to man kind., when It Is remembered that heretofore a surgical operation was considered the only cure with all Its duiiRcr to life. Intense pain and an ex pense of from ten to one hundred doj. law, to say nothing or the possible re turn of the trouble. The Pyramid Pll Cure is sold by druggists at 50 cents and $1.00 and. does the woili quickly und safely. , book on caiisu and chre of piles will be limited firo by addressing Py laiuid I'o., Marshal. Mich. Jonas If You Value the Power That Saves Your Money Do Not HIh This Extraordinary SALE OF SHOES Without fear of contradiction we can state that there has never been such sell ing of shoes in Scranton as our offer of this week. Every pair of shoes we sell to you, whether identified with our regular stock or with our special list will be sold on our definite guarantee of satisfaction or money is returned. The reliability of this house assures you of the good faith of this declaration. Sale Begins This Morning;, April 30th. 19c a Pair I "or ")00 pairs of infants' black duck and tan kid soft soles, but ton Shoes. Just the tiling for the little tots no rough seams. Positively worth .'l!)c. 95c a Pair lror 120 pairs of little boys' Shoes with spring heels; sizes Si to 1; made of solid leather all the way through. Regularly worth from $l.'J.r to $01. $1.19 a Pair For liOU pairs of Ladies' Don gola Kid, Tititton and Lace Shoes and Oxford Ties, with light and heavy weight soles, dainty and perfect in fit. and made up in the latest styles. Value $1.50 to $1.7.". 97c a Pair For l."il) pairs of Ladies' Don gola and Oxford Tics, with patent leather or kid tip and ex tension soles. Positively worth S1..10. Jonas t will be one of the greatest successes of the season. HALLSTEAD. Special to tlie Fuanlon Tribune. Hallstead, April 29. Miss (Jracn Read visited rrlends in New Mllforcl on Saturday. The SusrfiiPha una. county Sunday si-honi convention Is in session at the Fiist Paptist church here. There are about 200 deleKiites hero. The Orcat Rend base ball club de feated the Chair factory employes in a ell-played (tamp of ball Saturday, 'fhe score was: Great Rend, ID; Chair laclory employes, 4. "" A new telephone line is about to be erected connecting- Hallstead and New Mllford with other towns about tlie county. l-.ee Rrothers' ciicus an Ives here on Thursday, May 0. William Orustln. of this place, Is traveling with tills show. Mr. and Mis. "Walter Rurton, ot Scranton, were visions' relatives here recently. Slater f.anib and Charles Austin have been sent to the Southern divis ion of tho Lackawanna, where they wdl work. An effort is helm? made lo have the caily train solus west on, the Lacka wanna, stop hete for Rlnghamton pas sengers. Miss Kll.i Du Rols has returned and opened tier home here, a tier spendiiiK the winter with her sister, Mrs. Ilattie Rache, at New Paltz. N. Y. Mr, and Mrs. John Rook icturned Saturday from a shopping tour to New York. Krtltnr S. I'. More and family have icturned home from a tour through the Southern states. Rueben Unwind Is giving his pleas ant hom? an attractive appearance by a new coat of paint. lCdivard Harms, shipping clerk at the chair factory, spout Sunday at Hrandt. Melvln Craudall Is building; an addi tion to his dwelling; house on upper Pine street, Henry Talmadge Is among: the llrsl to take advantage of tlie industrial boom here and In conjyction with other improvements Is painting his liaudsomo home on Chase avenue In attractive colors. Mr. Nolan has been appointed gen eta! yardinaster here. He comes high ly recommended as a thorough rail road man. He will letaln tho present yardinaster as assistant and also hlro u clerk. Thomas Leahy, a prominent Dol.i waie, Lackawanna and Western Arc mini, was 'badly burned while at work on Ids engine last Saturday, His fuco and right hand iccelvecl tho most se vere burns. Warren Vollett, whole ciilttlng a rati last Saturday, was hit by a steel sliver tiom a chisel. His eye was cut and he may lose the sight. Br. A. V. Mer l ell. company snugeou, dressed the iwnind, Two new switches aie to be lulil In the I.ackuwannu, yaid at the end of the yard. Mr. and Mrs. Reit Vogei moved hero last week from Scranton. They are occupying the Rames house on Main street. ' ' A Spring Tonic. Kciybody needs a tonic in the spring; at this time the system craves a tonic. It is house-cleaning time for your body. Llchty's Celery Nerve Compound will tone up jour nerves, blood, kidneys and liver, and nil you with health and energy. Sold by Mat thews Brotheis. Long's Sons $1.40 a Pair For 100 pairs of Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid, Mutton and Lace Shoes, with patent leather tips and the latest toe and heel shapes. Ordinarily sold at $1.7Ji. $1.95 a Pair For 1-Ti pairs of Ladies' Opera Style Oxford Ties, with patent tip. Goodyear well, Mc Kay sewed and hand turned. Worth S2..-0. 99c a Pair F'or ."0 pairs of Ladies' Adonis Dress Slippers, with beautiful black colonial buckle. Rcgularlv sold at $l.o0. 49c a Pair For "M pairs of Little Chil dren's Shoes in every new color; strictly band turned: sizes -i to (i. Regular price 7.1c. Long's Sons ooooooooooooooooo ! THEATRICAL. ooooooooooooooooo ATTRACTIONS TODAY. Al.'.Di:My Uiailcs . Champlin lonipjn). Sight. Black Fattl Troubadours. At llio I.jofimi lart iiiglil a I'.ilr lz''d -nidi-crco eninjeil .111 entertainment gcn by the Mark I'.itti Twiiliatloui'. The: fo.Uiirp of II as Hit elncing of iiiiiiiIicm fiom "Itobin Hood," "Chimiy of Normandy," "MaiiUiia" and "l.utl ill J.iiii liicnnonr." 'the Mail: l'attl had one j-olo, "The Holy City," liili she 1-anp? in a splendid man lier, mealing voiic of great lange and power which has been cucfiilly tiained. The se.xtrtte fiom "l.uoi," muff by the Ulack ttitti, S.11.1I1 (iieen and Mes.-t.-. Itkluidsoii. Cooke, Jljid and l.ightfoot, was lendcrcd In an excellent man- IICl. Tha eiiteitainnient opened witli tlie faiee, "A llaik Town l'rolic," in which tlicio was plenty of tinfjing and dincins by tho members ot tho company and then followed an olio in which theie was .1 cake walk, hlnsing by a. quartette, a monologue by James While and wlections by simp-on and Hitman, who play .1 Mirlfty of intnimin(s. The peifotmanco roncludcM with the opcratii: minibrii. The company I competed entiiely of colored people. "The Curse of Pride." A (air sued audience was at the Academy of Millie la.,l cienlng to witness tho opening ipei lormanie of I haile.s K. Uiamplin and his iunt excellent companj, who will appear at that plajlioice Ibis entile week, and if their play la.t ccnin? is . ajinple of what they intend 1 '1 Kiu- dunns' the resl of Ibe ciwaReineiil, then they tloenc the patronage of ciory admiicr of dramatic art, The play preoenlcd lat cenlng was the gnat niiricly (llama, "The ( uiso of I'lldc." The plcic wa Mani'd lii a ciy nedltablo manner, imich elepant special -.ceiiery being displaced to gieat advantage. The pcclaltici introduced between Iho aits were .1 big addition to tin: icguUr pel. foini-iucp. This alteinooii "III Old Vhginia," a htoiy ol the koulli, J11M as the tlllo would sug. get. This evening, "Only .1 Pihatc." a sen tslior.at mllilaiy comedy drama, will be the at. tuctlon. Ill the Palace of the King'. Mlis Viola IU11 dosed ier wondeilully .ie. ci'nlul engai.-iim-lil ot llic Theater Itcpubilc. New nil lit Saturday cu-iiing. In all, "III the I'alan) of II in KUig" l.ad n continuous 11111 ol hu'HUcii vccU, Mis Allen's i-ilraonlluaiy populaillj. Hi U'U as the uimsi'al lleri.it " (ili.1 Ii) her new pli), "In the Palace of Ilia bins," ociM'd to make tier engagement the inoit pioipcioiii of tho Metropolitan MJMjn. Mi.s AIU11 U now en tour and will preenl "In the r.ilif of llm lilng" with It gieat rat, if the .)(iimi on 'iuculay evening, May ". Jefferson in (,Blp Van Winkle." Thomas .Jefferson, in liii fallici's famous role, will be at Iho I..M111111 ncU UYcIucmIj) night. It uai .1 bold attempt tluec K'asons agi for Thoinai .Irfuiscii to follow ueli an idoll.cd actor as liU he'loud fathe,', and it was all Iho niuio on Initiniieli as theie nac a chance for the liiTjl ni-plUou, imbllo to Jump lo a dinagiicable loucluiiou, l-o uie i it lor (be people cf a (Oiiiitiy to lake . ny nun aj wholly lulu their I.eaiU a Iho people of Ameiica hue talen .in. xpli .leileisoii, lint any upkioii of hading 011 Una name would be a dangeioiis thing lor the sitipedcd parlies. That is the leason tlio.e who haie seen .lorpl. Jelleifon in "I'.ip Vim Winkle" udded lo it ttiong pergonal convlc. lion that lil.s sen, unlc- pie-cmlneutly mialiUdl for the tail;, should lue the la.it per-o-i nu the tlage lu attempt II. Joseph Jefteiton hiuioelf thought olliciulic, ami those uho hate wen Thomas williugl) anribe to the lather's eiilki, 'I nomas Jeftfiiou Is said to be "Hip Van Win. Me" and in what mpect ho falU'thoit ot lui lith"fs '.audaicl and how strut the drnciciicy, arc iiuct4ions which tatmot possibly be jnnuiel. 'Ilie fact la, lie 14 -aesii of power to take tb? plain i-implc ttoiy of "Hip Van Winkle" with ill the alt of ) great playw light aud make it won dcifully appealing. Hie power to slukc cbouls that thrill every unit ot the audience, ami u awaken thoughts ami emotion which other a?, toii in othei hi) a !:.im failed to aiouc firm the lelhaigy cf jcirt. That the iiiilruuicnt Is the liaudlvvork of another, that he vws taught bij $2.50 a Pair F'or Men's Shoes and Ox fords' that bear a reputation for value. Known for the past 25 years for their excellent wearing qualities. They come in all leathers ami all styles and every pair is strictly guaranteed. $1.95 a Pair F'or Men's Calf Shoes and Oxfords, in tan and black, neat and solid all the wav through. Worth $2.."0. 95c a Pair For Misses' and Children's I Hack Kid. liutton and Lace Shoes in all sizes; strictly solid leather all the way through. Or dinarily sold at $1.2i5. $1.99 a Pair For 212 pairs of Ladies' High tirade $2.iO and ?.00 Button and Lace Shoes in about twenty different styles. yyHi vm vv fkill by a great master, dot not detnet credit ficm Thomas Jefferson. - Peter F. Sailey. There will be music and fun of the very Nt ct order dealt out in largo doses at the tyceuti: Friday night, when Peter K. Dailey and hi big musical comedy company will hold forth in "Hodge, Podge .t Co." Peter lias posed for the past three ycats as the principal comedian in Weber & Kield's biff aggregation of stellar lights. He will doubtless bo heartily welcomed now at tho head of his own company by hi numerous admiici.". There is an added interest in this appearance at this time owing1 lo tli" fact that ids piece is from the protiflo pen of that well known fatce writer, Mr. George V. Hohur. In the supporting company, which number! fixly, will be found such well known artiata a Miss I'.Isie It) an, William BrodericW, Delia Nhen, Stephen Maley, Uddio Garvey, Amy Les sor, l'ranhie Bailey, Harold Crane, Georgie f.aiirence, Harry Austin, Martha Slcyne, lea Ambiose and .1 ehnius of thirty pretty girK Some of iho numerous lilt pongs are: "Cindy." ".My Sunflower Sue," "The Kissing- Trust.' "I'b hires No Arlltt Can rainl," "Love Me liable, and I'll lxo You," "He llidn't Fcem 1e Know .Tint What to Say" and "A Scion or tin House of High Hall." The i..ile of seats opent tomorrow morning at the usual hour. Sothein Coming'. Rothcrn as Hamlet S There, Is no wonder at the cilraoidinaiy rtf-li foe seats which will take place at the box office of the Ttiyceuin theater Thursday morninp for next Saturda) evening's performance. The production ol "Hamlet" will be exactly as presented at l " Kinlcn Theater, New York. It is one of tli mot massive and inagnlllcent stage presenta tions wo have bad here in tnmf time. Tin srrdict of New Yoik and Boston is: "A greal triumph for Mr. Sothcrn." It'has stamped him as one of the toremo,! actors of tho day. Whatever we may nay ut tha production, artistio circles throughout tlm country are discussing; the new Hamlet. Sv for tha fact that the production wu twain! hers early last spring", tlie jun in New Yon, could have been considerably prolonged, 9 BASE BALL. American League. At Philadelphia It. H. r. Boston TJ0 10nojfi8 VI Philadelphia, (1 2 I 0 0 3 U 0 N-8 13 I Battciics Cuppy aud Crig-cr; Bernhiid ant Powers. L'mplic lloaklll. At Washington n, II. i;. llaltlmoio 1 0 000 M) 00-3 A S Washington 0 X 0 0 I 1 'J 0 x-S V lialtcileii MiGlnnlty and ltoblrv.oa Cimvli ami Cl.uk, I'mpiic Cantillon, U tlevelanil- R, . J .Milwaukee I) 1 1 I 0 00 0 0-3 S Cleveland 0001OOOai-4 0 Batteries Haw ley and taMhyi Hotter am Ycagcr, Uinplicij Jianasiuij and Sheridan. AtCltlcaso- It. 11. I!. Detroit ,, 0 0 000 .1 0 0 0-.1 fi : Chicago lOOOOOOlO-1 7 I Bitteiies Owens and Buelowj Pattciion anr ulllvau, I'niplre Connolly, National League. At Pittsburg- It. H, i: ,M. f.ouls .,,,,,...002100018-13 1 I Pittsburg , .a 030801 Os-ll 14 7 Batteries Biebcnsteili. Sitdhot) and Schrher; Leever and O'Connor, Umpire Dur,vri, At Philadelphia- R, H, IJ New Y01U 3 3 0 3 1110 0-13 16 J Philadelphia 3 0 3 G 8 0 0 3 -U U Batlcrles-FUher, Polieny and Bowemian, Puiin, Puggleby and JatkllU, I'mplre O'pa; . At Biookljn n. II. . Boston 003 3 10003 4-13 S 1 Biooklyi 13303000008 10 Batteries fiincen and Kittridge; McCaini, Ku son and McGuiic Umpire Colgan. At Chlcaeo- It. II. ), Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J 3-6 1) I Chicago, O000o03 0x-o 0 .1 Batleries Mc Paddm and I'eiUj HufliM nj Kling. L'mpiie llnislie. Eastern Leagu Roeheitii, 7; Montical, 3. Buffalo. 3; Toiciito, i. Piovldencr, 7; S)raciue, S. Woiccslcr, $, llJtttord, 7.