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THE SCRANTON TIUBUNE- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1901'.
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Imposing Ceremonies by Congrcgn
tlon of tho Church of Our Lndy of
Mt. Caimel, in Celebration of Day
Dedicated to St. Michael, tho Arch
angel Procession nnd Devotions.
Yesterday will lr conspicuous In tho
annals of the church of Our Lady of
Mt. Carmel, which Is the congregation
of the Catholic ItullaiiH of this city mid
It whs the fenM of St. Michael, tho
Archangel, and tho solemn obscrvanco
of the day made It a religious fete that
placed It on a level with similar cele
brations In Italy, where .o many like
pioresslons aic hold thtotighout tho
The obsonniico of tho feast com
menced on Satuiday, with a ptocos
tIoti by the Hnnm band, of Duiimuie,
which discotused patriotic, as well as
faciei!, selections. In the evening thrip
was vespeis and benediction of the
Mossed Sacrament, conducted by the
pastor. Itev. Antonio Coriutl. It was
Intended to holil a lawn social for the
hnetlt of the cliun h building fund, but
the niln held sway mid in i ordlngly the
enterprise had to lie abiiudoiied.
Yesterday the piogtaiiiino of deo
tlnns and pwuosslons was full t ail led
nut. In the morning, otninen Ing at
10 o'clock, the pastor (olobintod high
mass, at which the clniuh choir leu
dei oil music that had been diligently
lehcaisod for seeui weeks for the
feast day. The Imposing procession
took place in the afternoon, about 1
o'do4k. The Itnm.i bund led. Alter the
mutilans came the incinbets of the
iliunli. molytes, with binning nndle
and tapeis, and Hither (Vniitl. inbed
in raMul, surplice and sloll The
beautiful statue ot St. Mlrliail, the
Aithnncel. whit ti occupies a niche In
the t hill ill, was home thioiiuliout the
)ioi ession. The line of mill'' h was
li'ini the chinch, filling Dundaff, Full
liiook and Hospital stieets. Returning
to the i hut ih. the (otigiogatlon Jollied
In the espers and benediction, Father
Oirutl dellveted n sennon on the feast
day, before the deotlous coin hided.
hast night the members of the con
gregation mill the large number of Ital
ians, who i .into fioni up and down the
valley, witnessed n splendid display of
flioworks, and weie icgalcd with
American and Italian national airs by
the noma band.
The houses In the Italian settlement
were decorated In a fashion somewhat
new to lesldents heioabouts. Follow
ing the custom In Italy, decorations
comprising linen sheets, bedecked with
finely llguiod laics, weie suspended
fioni windows and weie draped about
the porches of the homos of the settlois
In tho Lolony,
Cnrbondale Will Do Well Ptovided
with Brilliant Talkers This Season
Hon. W. Bourke Cochran, Henry
Austin Adams, Major Littlefleld,
Dr. James Walsh nnd Father .Daly
to Appear Heie Under Auspices of
Knights of Columbus.
This season in Caibond.ilo pwimNos
to be a billliant one In a literal v j
Some of the llnest speakers In the land
seveial of wlimn me tmappio.ii hi d in
their Held, will be heard by Caibon
dale audiences, thus nlfordlng a series
of treats which It can be predicted
will lip appiciiated by tho ppopl of
It was supposed that the limit of
good things was leacheil In lit.- High
(chool course and tho other entertain
mem comso, when such outtirs and
Sifted in-m as Dr. Slaltord mid Henry
AVatter-iin would behcaid. lint, in the
meantime, a special Miipil.M' mines
thtouKh the announcement of the
cuurse which Cnrbniid.ile council, of
the Knights of Columbus, will condiut,
beginning Oct. 10.
This couiK will pnfont to Carhon
dule audiences fhe spoakois, all of
whom mo known throughout the laud
and one or two who have an Interna
tional reputation tlunugh their
achievements bilnglng them befor-. the
public eye Thee aie Hon. V. liotiikc
C-.ekian, Or. .lames Walsh. Ph I). of
New Voik city: lleniy Austin Adam."
M. A.. Hon. John It. l.lttlelleld, of
laine. and Fnthoi Paly, of the C'alho.
I . nnlvi'islty of Washington.
?nuiko Cochran's attainments me n
well known as to need no inniment.
lr James Walsh, while he has never
been heard in this city, his gift and
plotnienie and hl learning Iimv been
enjojed by numerous persons of Car
bondale, particularly when he lei tured
in Scranton. His subject then was one
ot Shakefpeate's trundles, which he
will also dlsruss on this occasion. Pr
Walsh Is a native of Parsons, and with
his biothVr has a great nieasuie of
sucres since his graduation from tho
fnlverslty of Pennsylvania, where ho
won signal honors. He Is one of tho
:i!linrs' of the New York Medical
Times. Is professor of general medi
cine in the New Yoik Polyclinic and
Is a frequent contributor to leading
Henry Austin Adams, editor of Don-
nhoe's 'Magazine, Is a gifted speaker.
His lectures have been keenly enjoyed
by Srranton nudlences on hoveial oc-
Hon. John Llttloflold has master
pleees which call for tho highest ap
preciation. His subject will piobably
be "Panlol O'Connell."
Father Paly Is- a member of the fac
ulty of the Catholic university at
Washington, He will deliver nn IIIiir
tated lecture on n subject that is
sure to appeal to tho popular taste.
,(. Tho Poor Board's New Rulo.
Tho poor board Is enforcing and In
tends to enforce -without the least re
taxation, tho rulo recently adopted of
honoring only thoso bills which me
presented for payment within sixty
" 'days from tho tlmo they were con
ti acted. It hns been n praitlco, and
' an annoying one, on tho part of tho
'board's creditors, to withhold bills
" without any apparent reason, for
"Vnonths after the debt, which they lep
"resented, without being brought to tho
riotlco of tho directors In their meet
'Ing's. Tho effect was to confuso and
on several occasions tho authorization
of the bills could not be satisfactory
traced. A recent exuniplo of this, wus
seveinl months apo, when a raft of
pliUms came to hand which wcro two
A COX CO
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yenis old. and whoxp responsibility
could not bo fixed. This led to tho
adoption of the into to Ignore those
claims Willi h might not b presented
within sixty days. As the flrt sixty
days of the new law W ' jmhM'd the
board servos nothe anew that It will
enforce the regulation which was
forced to he adopted. Claims, theip
fore, which ara over sixty days old,
will meet with some opposition whn
piefeented for pajnient.
NEITHER ELEVEN SCORED.
Good Playing-, but No Dashlnp; Work
in Opening Game of Toot Dnll.
Tho foot ball season was opened at
Alumni park on Sutuulay with an In
teiesting contest between the Indians,
of I'arbondiile, ami an eleven lioiu
Hcrnutnu. whlih repiesented the most
dashing Ulckeis of the plgsulu of that
Two halves were played, one of fif
teen minutes, the other of ten. Neither
The honors of the day worn about
divided. It was an luteiestlng gamo
and It was ilosely contented, but theio
was no dashing or brilliant woik on
either eleven. Tho long-lnilicd and
si mug. nctlwi men on either sldo havo
not been In tho game long enough to
execute plays calculated to set tho en
thuslasts howling with the spit It of the
spoil, but they furnished an article of
foot ball that satisfied tho crowd, which
did not expect any stilling doings. The
exhibition served to bilng nut tho weak
points of tho Indians, which, It was
anxious to learn, and tho playois will
aecotdlngly stilve to strengthen what
wero vulnerable, places In .Saturday'
It's the department
we are most proud of
cause it is entirely new,
covers one whole floor and
shows a stock as complete
as is possible to make it.
Exclusive styles for gentle
men and youths. That's
going to be our study, and
we promise you that the
best and the lowest possi
ble price will be found in
every shoe. The best of
leather and the best only.
Our name is in every shoe. "That's
the guarantee." See our large display
ti, -.-.:.n n ii
C a t iiniiui ui iuuiui j;iass iiiuj i.uiivuu&
vnii flint n lint nit vniir fnrp. hut tho
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wearing capacity or quality you leave
will not disappoint you. See our window.
IndlMdlinlb the work of .Jay Hopo,
quail, ilia, k loi the Indians, was con
iii. nous, while M.iuhv right end for
S. i union, took the honors on Soran
tmi s Hide by his . lever and tleiro tack
ling The fealuie of tho game was tho
pafi-lng of the ball fioin Hndglus to
Hansen, when a gain of about twenty
live yawls was made.
It Is needless to nssuie the enthusi
asts that the Indians will profit by Sat
urday's contest and that the Hue,
which seems to bo tho weakest point,
will be stiengthened as the inse te
qulics. WINANS HULVf
Will Bo Piesented Hefoic ths Grand
Jury in Honesdnlo Todoy.
The meeting of tho firniid .liny of
Wayne county which takes place this
morning In tho louit hoiipc at Hones
dale, will be an liupoitant one. tor It
will deal with the case of Wluans
Hull, of this city, who Is in Jail on
the i barge of taking the life of Kdlson
S hoouovr, of tfcrnnton, In the woods
near Lake f.odoic station in Juno last.
IMsiiht Attorney Atkinson and Act
ing County Petcctlvo iMward Neary,
of this city, havo tho case ready for
pteaeiitotloti. A number of witnesses
have been subpoenaed from Carboiidnlo
and will go to the Maple City this
morning. Lieutenant IJuvIs, of the
West Hcranlon precinct, who arrested
Hull, will come from Sernnton,
If the (iwiud Jury indict Hull, and it
Is looked for. his trial, which will he
a notablo happening of Wayne county,
will most likely commence on Monday
Hull Is as cool nnd urbane as ever
IJke othcis lie hud his views about
Tuesday next starts the opening of this new store.
can hardly recognize the corner of a month ago, It's so changed, both inside and out.
The tireless energy which animates every impulse and move of this great store will show
itself this season, not only in the beautiful interior and exterior, but in the high standard
we have reached in every department as Complete Outfitters to Men and Boys. There
is a magnetism about this tireless energy which brings us friends and customers from far
and near. They have learned from past experience that the stamp of Samter Brothers'
means the newest of style, the best of quality, and the lowest possible price.
Xil I '4- J to ke Present at our Opening. Not necessary to buy, just to encourage us
W 6 Ifl VI 16 I Oil in our efforts t0 seve you well. We will show you through this great Out
T T w in ti-w m vw fitting store, which has been built by your support.
The Atterbury System of
clothes making was introduced
by us last season. It's a suc
cess a great success, espec
ially to the man who has "al
ways left his measure."
The Fall Styles are a little dif
ferent, but the system of mak
ing remains the same. We
think it perfect. A demonstra
tion will convince you how
much better it is than the cus
tom tailor's way.
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Our Fall Styles
COMPLETE OUTFITTERS TO MEN AND
the assassin of President McKinley and
expressed himself as being opposed to
granting a trial to Czolgosz; he ought
to bo disposed of, sent to his death
without n trial, Hull says.
THE FIVE YEAR CLUB.
An Unlquo Organization of Young
Men Who Meet Once Every Five
An unique club was organized
among well known youths of the city
yestcrd.ij. It Is known as the flvo
j ear club, deilvlng its name from the
fact that it will hold a session but
nncu every flvo years, The purpose
of meeting Is to tevlew tho doings of
the years, compaio notes nnd see how
each one has succeeded.
The membeis aie: Hert Collins, John
I.oftus, 1'Mwuid (illhool, Walter Lof
tus, Kiank liurkc, Walter I-oftus, Ar
thus Thomas, John II, Dutke, Michael
Mctlarry, John Peel, James Haluy,
Will McIIale, Clarence McIIule, Frank
Tho ollleers for tho first flvo years
are: licit Collins, picsldent; John
I.oftus, vice-president; iuwiml Gil
hool, secretin y; Frank Hurke, treas
urer. The next meeting will take placo on
September 1, 1906,
After the organization, tho mem
beis sat for a group picture,
"On tho Wnbash," Tonight.
The faino und well earned repututlon
of tho King Diamatlcfcompany ns the
only repertoire organization giving
perfect piesentatlons of well known
Cckr 1 c? Cm-t-iSf-Rit-irk Our business is to lookout
Ueill S rUrniSning for every new fad that ap
pears in the market. If you look at our neckwear and shirt
styles, you will admit we have attended to our business.
plays, comes from a deteunlncd effort
in gho the best possible productions
for tho smallest sum possible. On Its
appeal auce at the Grand Opera house
this week, "On tho Wabash," tho bill
tonight, will bo found as excellently
stoged as the most exacting theatre
goer can look for. Mr. Lone Hasley Is
the loading man this season.
This company played to full houses
at tho Academy in Scrnnton last week.
REMOVE THE ARCHES.
Criticism of Delay in Taking Down
the Unsightly Reminder of Semi
The failure to remove the arches
which did servlco during the einl
centennlal celebration, is causing more
than whispered comment. It isn't
tho fact of tho delay that Is the sub
ject of the talk, but it Is tho unsight
ly opearance that is presented by what
wero onco acceptable and presentablo
arches. This was In the long ago, but
now neither of tho two that remain,
the one at tho Delaware and Hudson
station, tho other on South Church
treet, is any city's pildo. Dressed
with bunting and decorated with in
candescent lights, they passed muster,
but stripped of these they nre un
sightly and mo tho object of many a
fun poker, both In the city and from
abroad. This applies particularly to
tho one In front of the Delaware nnd
Hudson, which unfortunately Is nbout
the (list object that arrests the ntten
tlon of visitors and causes them to say
alleged funny things,
The appearance of tho arches, In all
their untidiness, so many weeks after
tho Jubilee, suggests a lack of nter-
We say new store because you
has been recognized
for many years as
the most complete
juvenile store in this
city. We have had
to enlarge it a little
to better accommo
date our increasing patronage. For the
interesting little fellows the Fall Styles
are very novel this season. Some are
American, others are taken from foreign
fashion plates. For the larger and
manly boys who wear long trousers, no
better qualities, styles and cloth patterns
can be found even in the larger cities.
You can see them in our show windows
est that Is far from complimentary to
News About the Telephones.
J. S. Hughes, manager of tho Car
bondale Telephone company, Is mak
ing changes on tho Ilncw between thts
city and Scrauton, that will bo of In
terest to thoe who have occasion to
use the company's lines between these
Last week transpositions wero made
which appreciably diminish what buz
zing sounds woio heard over the long
distance lines, and subscribers wero
enabled to bear and distinguish voices
without tho least dinictllty. It is the
intention to further linpiovo the ad
vantages of these long (Usance wires.
Linemen from Scrunon ato engaged
In stiinglng wires to tho viulous Inoak
ers of tin Delaware and Hudson iom
pany between Carbondalo and .Scian
ton, also tho varlou shops and build
ings of tho company, In short between
every point which Is i cached by tele
phono connection. A complete system
ot 'phones Is being Inntnlled by the
Carbondalo company In plai o ot tho
system that litis been In use.
Telephones in Olyphant and other
points between hero and Heutnton
which nto not connected ns yet, mo
tecelvlng attention ami thoe places
may bo reached In a week or two.
Another liupoitant announcement Is
that communication may bo Had within
a few days with points below Scran
ton, Pttstou, Wllkes-narre, etc. This
will bo appreciated by subscribers who
have long deslted communication with
thoso places. Tho delay was caused
by additional wires being strung be
tween Scrunton and Wilkea-Uarre,
A Splendid Production.
"The Prldo of Jennieo" was superb
ly presented before the moil apprecia
tive audience of the season nt tho
Gtnnd on Saturday. It was by far
the finest production of the seacn.
Olive Leaf lodge. No. 1J6, I. U. 0.
Federal union, No. 7-01.
Pali lotto Order Sons of America.
The Passing- Throng.
Lnu Hlne, of Hazloton, Is the guest;
of friends In this city.
Miss Carrie Stephens Is routined to
tho home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Itiiudall Stephens on Summit avenua
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Walker visited
relatives In Wllkes-Ilnrio yesterday
n. I. Ilussell, of Waterbury. Conn.,
is the guest of .Mr. and Mrs John
Mazo on Ilelmont street. Mr. Husseil
was a delegate to Patriotic Sons of
America convention at Iluffalo,
Chillies Pagers, of New Voik city 11
tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Chailes Hogers on Lincoln avenue.
Miss Chnrlotto Mulr, of ollncsddle.
spent Sunday with friends In Carbon
Mooslc, Sept. 29. John Pearl left Sat
urday for Philadelphia, where ho will
continue, his study of chemistry.
David Itobertson Is at tho Pan
Harry Miller, of Cf,u bondale, la visit
Ing relatives In town.
Harry Capwoll has returned to Phila
delphia to study chemistry.
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