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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, .TUNE 3, 1901.
OF LP. DAVIS
SUCCUMBED TO AN ABSCESS OF
Well Known Mine Foreman Died
Lnst Evening nt His Home on
North Hyde Park Avenue Pitcher
Williams May Sign with New
York Duty of Police Officers De
fined Gormley Arrested for
Threatening to Kill His Wife.
Notes and Personals.
Kvtm P. Davis, Inside foreman nt
the Tripp slope mid Diamond drift
of the Dolnwnrc l.noknwnnna nml
"Western company, died ;it i! o'clock
last evening, at his homo, .T.'O North
Hyde Park avenue, after a two week's
Illness, due to an abscess of t ho brain.
Defeased was one of the host known
fifteens of West Kernnton. and took
an netlvn Interest In church ntnl muni
cipal affairs. Me never held a nub
ile olllee, but was iironilnelitl.v men
tioned at various times for eounrll
lnan and school eoiitroller of the
Mr. Davis was born In Pen y Pont,
Itieeonshlre. South Wales, on Decem
ber l!i. isr.t. anil nunc to Amerle.i
with his uncle, William .tonkins, when
tie wiw t"H years of hro. lie iicann
iiiIiiIur at an curly iiko, mid attained
I lie ie,iilatlon of beliiff one of the
most expert In the anthracite coal re
filons. After etiRaKhiR' In ordinary
mine work for a number of years ns
a youiiK liinii, he Joined the Delaware
and Hudson siirvoyliiK' corps, and
while In that capacity at the Warrior
Hun colliery, was severely burned by
an explosion of Kits.
I "lion rei'overlnc- from tle accident,
lie entered Wyoming- .seminary for a
term, and from there went to th
Plack Diamond colliery, at North
AVIlkns-Parre. as a fire boss. In Sep
tember, 1SSU. he was married to Miss
.Alary Kvans, of "Wilkes-Harre. who
sin vivos him, together with a daugh
ter and son. Hessie and James, the
former a teacher In No. l!1 school,
Shortly afterwards. Mr. Davis lie
mine assistant engineer of construc
tion on the Muffalo division of the
Lackawanna railroad, mid afterwards
entered the service of the Genesee
Valley railroad in a similar capacity.
His next engagement was in the soft
coal regions, in Klk county, and af
terwards he re-entered the Lacka
wanna company's service as a sur
TOR SAM" AT
G. W. JENKINS'.
June Sale of
Begins on Wednesday
Just at 8 O'Clock A. H.
Impressive Because of Their
Then lie became superintendent for
the Httsiiuchitiiha Coal company nt
Nnnllcoke, anil from there lie came
to Hie Mt. Pleasant mines as foreman,
under the lute T. Smith. He re
mained there for several years, ntnl
then engagi'd us a superintendent
with the New York and Scranton
Coal company, at Pcckvllle.
Ills last engagement was with t lie
Lackawanna company at the Tripp
slope and Diamond drift, where lie re
mained ill) to the time of his Illness,
Deceased Is also survived by his
mother, four step-brothers, and n
slop-sister, namely, Thomas Powell,
of West Kcranton: Henry Powell, of
Plttston; Daniel and Wlltlnnt Powell
and Mrs, Itlclmtd .lervls, of Plains.
Mr. Davis was a deacon and record
ing secretary of the Plrst Welsh Pup
list church, assistant superintendent
of the Sunday school nnil llrst vice
president of the Hnptlst Young- Peo
ple's union. He was also treasurer of
the Tripp Slope Mine Accidental
Iu ml. and a member of Washington
conimandery, Knights of Malta. The
funeral announcement will be made
Duty of Police Officers.
An aged man, who gave his name as
Hubert Kd wards, spent Saturday night
In the station house, and was dis
charged with a reprimand yesterday
morning. He was somewhat under the
Inlluence of lliiuor, and when he
reached Hyde Park avenue and Lafay
ette street, sent two boys after a pa
trolman 1 escort Jilm homo.
When Patrolman David Davis re
sponded be politely Informed him that
It was the duty of police 'officers to es
cort men homo when they were unable
to help themselves. The patrolman es
corted him to tlie station house, much
against Ills wishes.
Threatened to Kill His Wife.
Patrolmen Hart and Davis were
called to Fellows street last night to
arrest a man named fSormley, who
threatened to kill his wife. He chased
her out of the bouse and she sought
refuge in the house of James ileNeal,
Gormley followed her there and
smashed In the doors with an axe, but
his wife had escaped. AVhen the offi
cers reached the scene, Gormley had
also disappeared, but was arrested
shortly afterwards. He also carried a
toy revolver, and frightened many peo
ple. Candidate for Controller.
Announcement has been made by
John M. Mdwards, of 1167 AVest Klni
street, of his candidacy for the Repub
lican nomination for school controller
in the Fifteenth ward. The present
controller Is Klias K. Kvans, who may
not spek n re-election. Mr. Kdwards Is
a young Ttepublican who has had an
active part In the doings of the party
In various campaigns. He has never
before asked for public, officp and lii.1
friends feel that he is now entitled to I
some recognition at the hands of his
fellow voters In the ward.
He was born in the ward twenty-nine
years ago and has always lived there.
He is a member of the Modern Wood-
Offered Will Be
men, Jloynl Arcanum, Knights of
Malta and Sons of Temperance, and
although the announcement of .his can
didacy lias only just been made, the
speech of the people shows he will
have a large and earnest following.
Funeral of Joseph Brennan.
The funeral of Joseph llrcnnau oc
curred Saturday morning from the
hump, of ileerased'H brother, Dr. ,f, ,1.
Hieiinun, on Jneksoii street. A solemn
high iiiiiss of requiem was celebrated
In St. Patrick's Catholle church at S.:t0
o'clock, ami the remains were after
wards taken to Plymouth, where Inter
ment was made In the family plot.
The pall-bearers were Joseph Heff
ron, Thomas McHugh, Thomas Hurst,
Patrick Duffy, James Haldwln and
It Is now announced that the mar
riage of George Martin, of Academy
street, and Miss Mary t-M wards, of
Uellevne street, which was referred to
In this department' on Saturday, was
solemnized In Philadelphia on Febru
ary IS last.
The groom does not remember the
name of the church where the cere
mony was performed, neither does he
lecall tlie name of the officiating
clergyman, but admits tlie marriage,
and says that Is all that Is necessary
for the public to know.
Williams in Demand.
David Williams, the promising young
base ball twirler of South Main ave
nue, has been recommended to Mali
nger Davis, of Now York, by Pitcher
Mathowson, who worked with Will
lams and knows his ability as a
Williams Is now with the Plooms
bllrg State Normal school team and
has been for four years, and In a re
cent game at Hazletou shut out the
Athletics by a score of 6-0, nllowlng
but three lilts. Last year be was signed
by Ruffalo. but refused to play with
them on account of parental objection.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Itev. AV. H. Williams, the drummer
evangelist, delivered his lecture on
"Breaking Home Tics," at the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church yes
terday morning, aiid in tlie evening he
preached at the First Baptist, church.
The Lord's Supper was observed at the
close of the latter service.
Anthony MeAndrow. who conducted
a hotel on North Main avenue for a
number of years, has purchased the
building wherein he was located, and
after making some needed Improve
ments, wifi reopen the place in a few
Mrs. Caffory, of Kllznbeth street,
Tripp Park, lost her poeketbook re
cently, containing $16, and the finder
will confer a great favor on her by re
turning the same, as she cannot afford
to lose the amount.
Hnln again interfered with the sched
uled games of the AVest Scranton Ten
nis club on Saturday afternoon, and
only a few practice games -were played.
The schedule will be played Wednes
day afternoon, if the weather permits.
Louis Launian, of North Sumner
avenue, will move his family to Pitts
burg, where ho has accepted a position.
The Sloan-Central Mine Accidental
fund excursion will be run to Lake
Lodore on Saturday, June -!'.
William Orr, of North Garfield ave
nue, will move his family to Plttston
today, where lie has secured a good
Division No. ."., Daughters of Kiln,
and Division No, 20, Ancient Order of
Hibernians, will conduct an excursion
to Lake Lodoro on June 1".
The members of the Klectrlc City
AVIieebnen are requested to make re
turns this evening for all books in the
Pan-American contest, which will be
decided tomorrow evening.
The members of the Tabernacle unit
ed choir will meet for rehearsal this
evening on the cantata "Daniel."
which will be reproduced in M ears' ball
An Irish bagpiper will he present at
the plum tree festival In M ears' hall to
morrow evening, when the ladies of St.
Patrick's parish and the members of
tlie Young .Men's Institute will enter
tain. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
Miss Kllzabeth Jones, of Plttston, is
ill at the home of her uncle, It. J.
Hughes, on North Bromley avenue.
Mrs. John Wardell, of North Garfield
avenue, is visiting her mother at Port
.Air. and Mrs. AVIIIard Lanning. of
North Main avenue, are spinidlng a few
days with friends In Connecticut.
Mrs. Gideon Mosei', of Lafayette
street, Is convalescing after a long Ill
ness. Miss Avis Hlgclow, of North Sumner
avenue, will leave today for Denver,
Col., for the benellt of her health.
Fieil Shorts, of Price street, Is spend
ing a few days In Cleveland. Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Price and Mr.
and Mrs, AYaltcr Capwell, of Swetland
street, are being congratulated on tlie
arrival of daughters at their homes.
The Misses Carrie Miller, Lou and
Tiertlm Ktlcrleli have returned to their
home in Plttston, after a visit with
Miss Clippie Cooper, of Green HUlgo
The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
was administered at the morning ser
vice of the Green dtlilge Presbyterian
church yesterday by the pastor. Itev, 1,
J, Lansing. Nine members were re
ceived, three on profession of fa I til urn!
six by letter from other churches,
Miss Margaret Hlxler, of Kaston, Is
tlie guest of Miss Mabel Fordlumi, of
In raising an unusually large polo
Into place on Sanderson avenue, Sat
urday morning, with tho portable dor.
rick of the Telephone company, the
weight of tho polo overturned the dor
lick wagon and down canto the polo
with a crash, smashing the fence and
one end of tho porch on the property of
tho Hiewlng company, near Oloini
street, Forluiialely, no one was In
jured, It was Intimated in these columns
last week that the poisoning of so
many dogs in this section of the city
was done with a direct object In view.
The robbing of hen roosts tho latter
part of the week no doubt explains tho
object, It now seems probable that
with the reward of fifty dollars which
Is offered for tho detection and convic
tion of the scoundrels that some one
will make an Important discovery soon.
There will be a. meeting of the King's
Daughters at the home of the presl-
THE HOMLIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
19 well at the lianihoincst, ami oilier.)
lie Invited to ull cm any dni;cl-t ami not
tree a tii.il buttle ot Kemp' DaKiiu (or tlio
Tliro.it ami I.uiikh, a icinetly that is guaranteed
to cure ami rcline all flu on k- ami Aiutc Cousin,
Atlliiiii, llromliltU and t'oiiiunipti'iu. 1'iki- 2'm.
dent, Mrs. J. K. Ross, 1810 Sanderson
avenue, nt 7,"0 o'clock this evening.
The report of the delegate to the con
vention nt Philadelphia will be read.
Leon dnrdncr, of Grammar C grade,
No. 28 school, son of Air. and Mrs. O.
H. Gardner, of Capouse avenue, won
the prize of $5 given for the best essay
on Abraham Lincoln, nt Lake Lodore
Mrs. Chapman, director of the Green
Hhlgc Treble Clef society, has called n
business meeting for this evening,
Kvery member Is requested to attend.
Uev. Horry P. Oorser, of Fort
Wrangle, Alasko. gave an Interesting
address mi missions In that country,
Illustrated with stereoptlcon views, In
the Green Kldgc Presbyterian church
NORTH SCRANTON NOTES.
David Evans Drowned in Lake Erie.
Fell from the Deck of the Cruis
er Baltimore Other Notes.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Kvans, of
2015 Wayne avenue, received a tele
gram Saturday, evening at 10,"0 o'clock
announcing the death of their son,
Dnvld Kvans, on Lake Krle, by falling
overboard from the I'nlted States
Mr. Kvans left this place several
years ago, when ho enlisted In the navy
as an assistant engineer, and had re
ceived many honors for bis skill and
bravery. None of the particulars con
cerning the death of Mr, Kvuns has yet
Got Into Trouble.
The colored cukownlkcrs who tried to
entertain the people of this section at
tlie Auditorium, Friday night, got
themselves Into a peck of trouble.
Owing to the small audience present,
they did not make expenses. William
Fisher, who Is supposed to be from
Philadelphia, was the manager of the
affair. After tlie three colored people
had concluded their "walk," 'Mr. Mil
lar, representative for Major Fish,
owner of the Auditorium, called Fisher
Into the box office to Inquire of the fen
for the use of the hall. Fisher went to
the ticket seller to got the money, bnt
the ticket seller was gone, and nlso the
Constable Thomas K. Mills, who hap
pened to be standing nearby, placed an
attachment on Fisher's two costumes
and look them and their owner before
Alderman Myers. Fisher asked until
Saturday noon to get the money, but
he did not appear nt that time. Con
stable Mills will hunt the young man
up and take him before the 'squire for
Pupils Won Prizes.
At the Scranton schools' field-day on
Saturday at Lake Lodore, pupils of No.
25 school carried otf more prizes in the
contests than any other school that
was represented there. Belle Maby and
Mary Jones, both of Miss Atkinson's
room, were the leaders In the 100 words
contest, the former having 82 per cent,
and the latter SS per cent. These pupils
are each thirteen years old.
John McCiurrin, of Prof. Martin's
room, woo tlie 100-yard foot-race In a
field of fifteen contestants. In the
grammar school base ball contest, No.
2r beat No. M school by a score of 3-2.
Tho game ended In the fourth inning
on account of the rain. The North
Scranton schools turned out large
numbers to this excursion and helped
to make it the success It was.
IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS.
Dr. N. F. Wells, formerly of North
Scranton, now of Spokane. Washing
ton, is visiting friends In this part of
Rev. G. It. Cure, pastor of the Provi
dence Methodist Kpiscopal church,
preached an Interesting sermon last
evening'lo a large audience. His sub
ject was, "Shall I Reap AVhnt I am
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Williams, of
Wayne avenue, are rejoicing over the
arrival of a young son.
AYIlllani Tlulbert, Avho for some time
has been connected with the Mutual
Life Insurance company, has resigned
his position to accept one with the In.
ternatlonal Correspondence schools of
Mrs. G. AY. Davis visited friends in
Misses Push anVl Williams, of Jer
myn, were the guests of Mrs. Louis
Thatcher, of Dean street, yesterday.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Mrs, Christian Krk and Mr. and
Mrs, Louis Dershlnier, of Houesdalc,
are the gliesls of Mr. and Mrs, AVil
llam Holder, on Cedar avenue.
Camp 4"0, Patriotic Order Sons of
America, will meet In regular ses
sion this evening at Hartmair.s hall.
The Scranton Saengorrunde held
their regular monthly meeting yester
day afternoon in Athletic hall, and
transacted a considerable amount ot
The St. Irene's society will hold
their regular monthly meeting thhf
evening at Pharmacy hall and make
arrangements for Nov, K. J. Melloy's
joint excursion, to be held at Lake
Lodore on June M.
The members of the St. Mary's Gleo
and Dramatic association will meet
In regular monthly business session
this evening at S o'clock, In St. Mary's
hall. All members ere requested to
Pen Coal $1.50 n Ton Delivered,
to South Side, oontial city and central
Hyde Park. Address orders to J. T,
Sliarkey, 1911 Cedar avenue. 'Phone
THE HIGH SCHOOL WON,
Base Ball Team Defeated the School
of the Lackawanna,
Tho High School base ball louiii do
feuted the team repre.ientlng tho
School of tlip Lackawanna In a gamu
pluyed on. Saturday nt Lake Lodore,
the occasion being the annual excur
sion of tho public school children,
The score was 7 to I.
Spencer, the Lackawanna twirler,
pitched well, but received very poor
support, while Phillips, the Hlgli
School pitcher, who pitched h good,
steady game, recalved splendid back
ing "from his team. The Hue. up of
both teams was us follows:
High Sehool-Phllllps, c; Tropp. p.;
Corhett, i.s,; Snow lb,; Sparrow, 2b. j
Rellley, lib.; Httrilenbei'g, l.f.; Duwoj,
c.f.; Dawson, r.f,
School of Lackawanna Gallagher,
c; Spencer, p.: Carson, s.s.j Jiuluwar
Ing. lb.; Reeves, 2b.; Barrett, 3b.;
Duffy, l.f.; Acker, c.f.; .Alain, r.f.
The popular Punch cigar Is still the
leader of the 10c cigar
FUNERAL OF MRS. FRANK SAW
YER FROM RESIDENCE
Services Were Conducted by the Rev.
Charles H. Nowlng Rev. F. C. H.
Dreyer Will Go to Toronto Soon
to Attend a Conference of Mission
aries Where Plans Will Be Mndo
for Future Missionary Work in
China Other News Notes and Per
sonals of Much Interest.
Tlie Kuneral of the Into Mrs. Frank
Sawyer was held from the family
residence, on Hrook street, yesterday
afternoon, and was largely attended.
Rev. Charles II. Newlng, of the
Methodist church, officiated.
The pall bearers were G, M. Pierce,
.1. F. Wldner, N. P. Cure, C. II. Gra
ham. AVIIIInni Weaver, Adam P. Mil
ler, .1. H. Hobdny. The flower bearers
wer Joseph Jenkins, AY. S. Sargcant,
Robert Mnynard. Interment was
made In Dunmoro cemetery.
Mr. Dreyer Has Returned.
Rev. F. C. II. Dreyer has returned
from-his tour among tile Bible classes
of Rev. D, M. Stearns, and Is spend
ing a few days at the family homo on
Pine street. He leaves on Tuesday
for Clifton Springs, N. Y., where ho
will address a missionary convention,
after which he goes to Toronto, where
a conference of the missionaries con
nected with tho China inland mission
will bo held, In reference to the work
In China, and it will thou bo decided
when and how many will be returned
to their duties there.
Mr. Dreyer and wife wish to re
turn to their former station, and ex
pect to leave In the early fall for that
TOLD IN BRIEF.
Tho Dunmoro Lumber company Is
erecting n building at the corner of
Blakely and Drinker streets, which,
when completed, will bo occupied by
Joseph Stein, who will conduct a
quick lunch there.
Dr. and Mrs. Chamberlain have re
turned from Philadelphia, where tho
doctor was a delegate to the recent
general assembly of the Presbyterian
Mr. and Mrs. K. AA". Bishop accom
panied by Miss Ruby A'ost, leave to
day for a sight-seeing trip, which will
embrace AA'ashlngton and other points
of Interest in that vicinity.
AA". A. Sterner, of Cemetery street,
left on Saturday for Providence. It.
r.r where ho has accepted a position
with the New York, New Haven and
Hartford Railroad company.
Miss ntith Kibler, of Maueh Chunk,
has returned homo after a visit of
several weeks with her uncle, AVI1
llam Miller, of Brook street.
J. Harrington Young, of tho Univer
sity of Pennsylvania medical depart
ment, Is visiting his parents for a
H. 12. Spencer is again able to at
tend to business, after an illness of
Dr. Ely is driving a lino new horse,
purchased recently at the Lake Ariel
James Moffatt, of New York city, is
visiting his parents on Elm street.
George Oswald, of Blakely street,
has gone to Newark, N. J., for an ex
Edward Bishop, of AVilkes-Rarro, Is
visiting bis parents, on Fifth street.
Miss Ruby A'ost assumed her now
duties as organist at the Methodist
Mrs. Stephen Richards Is suffering
with a severe attack of rheumatism,
at her homo on Bigg street.
Norman Spencer and wife, of Great
Bend, visited the former's parents
Miss Margaret .Matthews, of Now
York city, a former resident here, is
visiting with friends In town.
LECTURE ON ALASKA.
It. Will Be Delivered by Rev. H. P.
Itev. II. P. Corser, of Fort AA'rangle,
Alaska, who is visiting bis parents and
brother, Dr. Corser. will return to his
work In a few days, but before going
will tomorrow evening give a lecture In
the Court Street Methodist Kpiscopal
church on "Alaska and Missions,"
illustrating the same with stereoptlcon
views. Tho legends of the Indians, tho
changes, their customs, natural scen
ery, geological formation, glaciers, In
dustries, gold of the Yukon and man
ner of working the quartz ledges will
be interesting and Instructive.
Mr. Corser has been doing good work
In the AA'est and among tho IslanTTs
that make up thlst, vast and wonderful
country. Tlie proceeds of the lecture
will be applied on the church debt.
MRS. MORGAN POWELL. Mrs.
Morgan Powell, aged TS years, died
Sunday morning' at It o'clock at the
resilience of Samuel Davis, 1718 North
Mala avenue, after a lingering illness,
Deceased was born In South Wales and
(iimn with her husband to this country
In 1S.V.' and settled In Carbondale, A
tiw years later they changed their
residence to Sci anion and spent most
of their lives In this city. Her husband
died ten years ago. She nfsurvlved by
one sou and two daughters, Mrs, Sam
uel Davis, of 171:'. North Main avenue;
.Airs. .Martin Deickmlller, of Ml Deacon
street, and .Mr, R. AY. Powell, of Car
bondale, The funeral will take place
Tuesday afternoon at '-'."0 o'clock. Rev.
R, S. Jones, D, D., will conduct the ser
vices at the home of Mrs. Samuel
Davis, 171H North Main avenue. Inter
ment will bo inude lu Finest HI) cenic.
.MRS. OTTO MARTIN, aged '.S
ears, died Friday night at her lesl
deiice at aii Willow' street, after u
six-mouths lingering Illness with lung
trouble, Mrs. Marilu was a dauglit'.-r
of Theodore nessiuger, and a promi
nent young woman of the South Side.
She Is survived by a husband and
lather. Tlie funeral will take plain
this afternoon from her late resi
dence. Serlccs will be held at the
house by Rev. AV. A. N'ordt. Inter,
nieiit will be in ihe Plttston avenue
DAA'ID P. JAMES, of HI South
Everett avenue, aged t'O yea is, died
at the Hillside Home on Saturday,
where he hail been conllueil for the
past fourteen months. Deceased was
born lu 1SH and bad been In America
for over tlilrly-elght years. The re
mains were brought to the above ad
dress, and the funeral services will
be held thcro this afternoon at 3.:i0
o'clock. Rev. Thomas de Ciruchy, ot
At Nearly One-Half
Off Regular Prices.
Today Scranton women will have the most extra
ordinary opportunity to buy and save money on stylish
made garments that any store anywhere has ever of
fered. The story in a nutshell is this:
It is our policy to clear stock of goods at a time in
the season when price reductions will be of the most
benefit to the largest number of people. The time for
suit cleaning is here now and these stirring offerings of
today will make the quickest sale of High Grade Suits
at under prices that even the Great Store has ever
Black, Blue, Brown and
Tan Venetian Cloth Suits
with double and single
breasted Eton Jackets.lined
with Peau De Soie Silk,
skirts new flare style with
seven gores. Also fine
Novelty Suits, with fancy
vest front iackets and finer
Homespun and Cheviot
Suits, all made after this
season's newest styles.
Call on Second Floor Two Elevators.
Jonas Long's Sons
Ccmprising many carloads,
will be given to early purchasers.
W OREIN3 TODAY
50c Papers for 25c and 35c per roll
25c Papers for 15c per roll
15c Papers for 10c per roll
10c Papers for 5c per roll
Entire output of this season's patterns of one of ths
largest manufacturers in the country.
Jacobs & Fasold
209 Washington Avenue, Opposite Court House.
th .lui-kMiii rtuviH nuplisi chiii'i-li,
will oilli'luii'. liilt'iinoni ulll he iimili
In tliu AVuslilmiu .siri'ot nMrieirry.
THOMAS (WNAVAN. SU. -Uiio of
Mi.. I'iti'.tllllt llt!lV.n4 l.f I Illlli.Klllll...
piiDboil iiwuy mi Kutuiilay iiioi-iiIiik;, lu
tho poison (if Tlionias c'aniivuii, tt:
li wis l y fa is rilil ami liuil bi'i'it III
tint ii low duys. Ho was one uf tliu
most pi'iiinliit'iil nioiclmnts uf Horn's
dull?, nnil wn Kfiioinlly I'l'coKiil.ecl as
a luuKii'sslvi' and uprlKl.t I'itlKPii. H
Is mirvlwrt liy a wile ami ilif follow
Ins: dillilroii: I. v. Pruni'ls I'anavaii,
of MliiooUa; Thomas, jr., Hugom',
Julin, Cliai'lt's ami Anna.
Tlio fniK'ial soivlft's of lOllKem- M.
Smith will ho Imlil in Dalton tomorrow
inoi iiIiik' at 10 o'clock, from ilit rcsl.
ilenco of his niotlur, Mrri. Hlla Pal
Hla Great Gifts for Education His
Own Explanation of Them.
Dr. 1"J. K. Pearsons, of Chicago, who
hus slven over $2,QW,0OO to etlucutlonal
There are styles in this
garment offering copied
from the highest priced im
ported garments and suits
that represent the best ideas
of the most prominent New
York makers. Not a gar
ment in the lot but is well
tailored throughout, and
those who take first oppor
tunity to get those suits will
make the greatest money
savings of tlie season.
You cannot afford
to create a poor impression of your
business standing and ability.
You will if you send out cheap,
trashy printed mutter.
We do the kind of printing that
makes a hit, inasmuch as we have
Till; material and employ people
who know their business.
Till; TRIBUNl; PUB. CO.
Ir.Mltutlnns. s-avs he Is not a liberal
mi. n. "I am not a benevolent man. I
am l hi' most eeoiiomle.il, lose. listed
mail you ever pin your two e.v'.s on."
he says. "You can tell It by my faee.
It's there. I never went to a hoi-o
in co or u foot ball fjamo or a liaso ball
Kiuiio In my lit-'. What 1 am iloln
U ilone on business principle!. After
pruclMim rlslil economy for seventy
years, I askeil myself what I eoulil ilo
with my money. 1 couhl not carry It
mil of the world In my (lead bunds,
and colllns were not made hi carry
money Iii. l-'ir that iviimui I turned
my attention to .sixteen different col-le(4's-
I did not establish new one:!.
We have onoiiKli. I wanted to pro
vide a place lor the poor boys mid
Kills hi the colleKes, and that is tho
vciimhi I have been giving my money
I..11JI ihiu Imi .lime -', Hot :
lli!(l,i.-l it'iiiirrjliiU' 73 li'eirrt
l.oui'.-t miinijiiiu' , VI 'leu'ictM
s a, in , s't per cent.
it . in. 'U ptr font,
I'lwll'iuilvu, -'! Iiouis link 'I p. in., 0.37 iuili.