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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1901.
f.OCAJU SINGERS REHEARSING
POR THE EVENT.
Mixed Choir, Male Pnity nntl remnle
Chorus Will Compote for the Chief
Prizes nt Noith ScrnntonGood
"Piuses Offered In. Dlffcient Events.
Effects of the Stiikc on Local Busi
ness Night Car Run to Lincoln
Heights Other Matters of Intciest
With Uuce distinct dnsliii,' societies
ieluarslni-iitiiesent hi West Seiaulnu,
inteiest In cisleddfoillc elides In nat
urally at n lilt-h pitch. These i lionises
nrr tliu lllKed Volet"', under llli' dll'cc
ilon til' "William .). Davis. tln OM'nid
Oloe club, led liy David sU"ilieus. unit
Die female cboi ii, under the lcudershlri
of Mrs. D. Jt. Thomas.
All three! V ill I'Ultieip.ltc In UlP lllll-
uleal festival nl Ninth Kcranloii mi
Thunksilvinir day, Thursday, Nov. -V
Tn addition to tills llllnibel'. Which (In
ures up to aliout two bundled volies,
ii number of individual singcis will
lartiol)into in the solo, ilili't, lilo, iiuai -tulte,
sextette and double Mimvtottf
omnetllioiw. Uthcis from West Svi un
ion will take part in Hit' various other
local, instrumental and lileiaiv 0111
pi'tltlons. Tlie chief (. lifji.it eniuiictitloit at Ibis
olstcdfodil -will ! on Haydn's "Tin
"Uruveiis Are Tollhis." lor a iuI.u ol
S-JSn. The uiiilu p.utv will e ninpcte on
The PUp-rlm's Choi us." lor a pii-w of
SinO, and the female rlioiiis will In- on
"Annlu Lauiie." at mused by Dudley
"Ruck, for a pit"." ol ?'.". It is expected
Hint .i e'hildieii's "lupins will also enter
into the coinpotitloii on "I'miied by lhi
Ansels." for a pil.c of JJ"..
A prize of 112 is nil ere ii for a uilni
tctte of mixed voices on Protheine's
"Toll St i', Thou Pi elty lie" The buss
and tenor iliu't will !', lor a pi Ive ol $i;
on 'Ttii' Pis-bet num." The alto solo.
"ITe AVas "De-spli-rd," will lie for a prUo
nl HT, and the soprano solo. "Out of the
1 iccp," piize ?' "Llewellyn" eliavu" Is
lb-' subjee I of the U'lior solo oompi ti
tion for a pri.e of j. Similar pi lie
will be siven on the b.irlloni' solo.
"Hide Thy r.oo" mid the bass solo,
"Honor and Aims."
Tilt re will also be i imipelitions on
'iKlit leading', poems, luitutlous. vio
lin and piano solos and otmlyns. Hon.
II. M. IMwauls will be condiietor of the
tluee sessions and Colonel KipplcTuilKO
Vusdiuis and others will be inesitlcnts.
Diilolir's French Tar
Will prtmiitlv iclinc i"! in,lil nre
iou-'Ii-, ul,N 3t) nil ln tumMi' I "t
uli' In (.. W. .ll.NMNs, tut sonlli JIjIu
It's Purely a
Really tve think you'll excuse us under the circum
stances, for after all, your underwear ought to concern you,
and we are anxious that you should know that we have a
line here awaiting your inspection which has never been
equaled at any price in northeastern Pennsylvania.
For LadiesFor Gentlemen
For Young People and Children
Our Underwear Stock
Includes Evei ytying Needed
And it's all the best of its kind, and at suprisiugly low
prices. Two great departments are given up to this im
portant branch of our business, and in order that the back
ward ones who are slow to change their place of buying aud
take advantage of a good thing, may be induced to give the
matter of the best underwear for the least money a thought.
We Offer the Following;
Specials for Saturday Only.
Underwear for Ladies
Heavy While Merino Vests and pants, good Winter
weight and value for .oc 3 "C
Underwear for Gentlemen
. .."L.v,Mpn's heavy Mercerized vSliirts and Drawers in fancy
itripes.' Goods that actually sold foi $1.25, C
i Men's Wool Pleeced ShiiU :md Drawers, extra heavy
and the best $1,00 quality. Saturday 71C
k By the Way, Some Novelties.
j in new Half Dollar Neckwear cans to hand this week, Arc vou
1 interested f
t'tof, InnviTtli T. naniet, of JLMIcii,
V will tie musir.nl niljtnllealor, and
Itev. D. t .tonoM niiil .1. Uourlor Jlorils
will udhullcnto the compositions and
This elsleddfott will ho the londltiR
musical nnd literary nttrncllon for
Soranton people on ThanliSBlvlntf Kay,
and fioin present Indications tliu at
tondanee from WVsl Sruitiloii will ho u
Fouti'o or liiuoh snittllcallon to tin pto
litotes. Effects of the Strike.
t.oi al moi'chiPtils mc roniplnlnlnfr of
the dullness of things slnri; the snoot
car strike wan InailKUiateil. and It Ii
teared some of tlieni will be eompollod
to siittt up shop If existing condition
piovnil iniieh lonf;er.
Tlie strike lias the offett of IwpluK
poople al lioine. Iipiii " tliu btiwlnoss
men suffer, and II uiIrIiI be added oth
er tlilnj;M ale uftuf tod iim well. The
p.Hl month lias lioen i"Cropllotiully tlull
In West Seianlon, and with the kou
tr.il xlores elosliiB at '!:W o'eloek. anil
the di'iitf stores (IomIhk at Pi o'clock,
lompiiiailvely feu jieople t'-m bo soon
on the si toots after !i o'eloek in the
The polli'o itinl alderin.in iittilbiile
ilielr luck of "litisliiesi" to tlie U Ike.
mid 11 is a notite.iblo fuel that since,
ibe urieMls on t.nfayeite stteet Ibeio
lu been bill little dolus 111 tli.lt u
speel. Car Runs to Lincoln Heights.
The Hist stieet ear to inn a far as
Lincoln Heights since the stllUe was
i mi down their Thmsduy nlslil alter
the Xordba i out ei t imtl the laio-d
I'inwd yet seen on a West Sfuinton
i ,ir wa! on that occasion.
Tho i ompany li.id a uuinb'r of spe
cial ollloeis stationed at dlffeicnt
points silonw the line, over wbb h tlie
car p.iwd, to suppress any violence
tti.it iiiiKbt .nise. ami sK or moio ipc
.lnls were on tin tnr to Insiue the
safety ol tbtio wlui llsKeil it to ride.
Quito a number of well known peo
ple weie on the ur and it is s.ild that
seveinl of them have uhv.idj. been
tliu n toned wllli .1 hoviott A loi.it
street car man is milhoilty tor the
Ht.itemenl that about half or Hie men
h.ive already sfouied employment II
looks a4 If the public wimv nioie on
sliiUe than the motoruit'ii and mil
At the Snlvation Army.
A fnir-sizetl tnnvil siootd M.ilor .1.
Atkinson and Start r.ipt.iln Willis at
the Salvation army ball l.vit pvenins,
when the.se two illKiiitaries held special
sen lees last evening.
i:niBii Lonu lias aii.im,'ed for inl
iliiioniil spcii.il lnoetltiKS to be held
this evonins ami tomono'v evening.
Jackson Stieet Baptist Chuicli Notes.
Till!. Wi'U Thuisday iiIbIU will bo the
I'll,! Folks' miieeit. The choir hac
1m on lebeaisimr. ami tlieio is no doubt
that the loinoit will be a sucn-ss.
Tlieio will bo no tOKiilur prayer meet
ing this week, as we will moot with the
Kiptist VomiR l'coplo's union on Tues
The. llliisti.Ui.d talk by the pastor will
be very iiiti'iostinjj. All oiins men
Photild hour hint next Suiulny tilRht.
Tlio views nro from rout llro, Miss
Aiutlf Thomim will move your hem in
to hour her icolto tlto nocin, "Tlie Mitt
cry of n Life."
.Sunday, lh"2llh. will he n ri-oiiI duy
for tiy. Wo will t'elchnite th flo ycni's
of eoimilntcd work In the tn-pwul pim
toiulc wltti llility ncuvs or church hie
lory. Kliihnrutc proruinniPM 1110 IicIiik
prepmed for llir- oeoiiBiou. Ur. It. ,T.
Wlinlen, ot rnihondtili'. will preuoh n l
I ho mortilnp urn-Ire, nnd tlie pnstor will
udinliilHler thf illu 01' b.uHlRtn ut the
close or tlie pet num. Aflornoon rally of
Ihiptlnt YouiiK IVople'H union and Sun
day primed; nildrch.-'i'si by Or. I'letee,
who wilt llliiHlrnti' the Sundiiv school
ti'ison, nnd Dr. Spenrer, ol' Itlnhety.
ICvenliiB Hervlie nt 7 o'eloek. There will
he n priilse sen lee, led hy Prof. 1j.
JJuvl-', nsHlflted hy Ihc orchestin,
Tlrothci' Itlchnrd N'leliolls, tho chinch
clerk, will rIvp u sliotl history of our
dun oil, followed by on .lddu""? hy Dr.
The Ladles' Aid ore niectlti!; In j?ooil
ninnhi'is. Tlie work Is einouiii(;ln. On
tlio L'llh we need to r,il-e a few dollars.
May II uol lie u self-ilelilul week for um
nil thai we clove tills ye.ir without any
Events of This Evening.
A special meellntr of the UrIiI l.imdi
('iiiiiplm; 1 lull has been called for this
Jlrs. 11. 1!, Thomas.' female sliiHiiif;
paiiy will niei't lor telienisal this evea
Ihk in Powell's music Mme, AVasliiiiK
KiimIkii Lent w Imltl spei.liil meet
tncs In (lie f-'alvatloit .irmv hall tills
Menliifi: .ind lomonow evening.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The ineiuhuts ol The Dollar iluli weie
plc.isiiiitly entertniiied yesteiday altci
noon at tli" home of Jlr. and 1 1 s-.
ieorge I.. Potk, on Xorlh Llneoln ave
nue. ltoy Mortfim, who leoontly had lil
Ie'iimiiiitiiicd at the Moses Taylor lios
pital. Is improvinp; nicely, and will soon
be able to pet out again.
.John I.lllle. of Luzerne stieet, con
tlned to lii home by illncs-J.
AVonl lias been leieivnl licie that
Miss i:ailh .lame. foimeilv ot tJouth
Lincoln avenue, was man led leeuntly
in Xew Mexli o.
Mrs. II. i.'. JlcDeimott.of Xoilh Hyde
P.nk nveiiue. has returned home irom
a. visit wilh ber sister m New Tori;.
A meeting of all lite committees con
no toil villi Ihe Patilotie Order Sons
of Amcilui fair wll be licld al Wasli
itiKton li. ill tomouow alleriioon.
The weekly social of Hie Colonial
Club D.incliiK i hiss was licld In AV.ish
IliKton liall last cMMliuj;.
MIh Fannie Jones-, of Xcn tli ifyde
Park avenue, was tendered an enjoy
able surprise party recently by a num
ber of her youns f i IeniN,
A d.iinjlner w.is lioin esenhiy to
Mr. and JIi John McXulty, of this
Mis D.nld (!. Uoiur and thiee clill
dien, of Luei lie Ml eel. lelt jeslenhiy
lor a lsil with ti lends .it Ledloid. Pa.
Mi-. Tied Davis, ot Xortli Sumner
.venue. h,ih ictiiined lionie tioui a l-lt
with n lends in iMilhidelphl.i
Cuiistahlc Tiiniilhy Joins ami lhioeh
U.ins lane retuiueil homo Hum a htu
lcssIiiI liiiuthiK trip.
Tlie late Anion .lames is Mirvn ed by
his wife only. There w i o no childicn.
Miss nolle Cl.uk, or Hampton stieet,
i- ill at her home.
IMchaid James. Alfierl i:.ist. John
Jeffiies jind Willlaiii llcese aie hunt
ing nl Maplcuood. ,
Mis. 11. M. I'cllow.s and daughter, Jo
sie. h.ue letmncd Iioine Irom a visit
A number or V.-.t Rei.intnu jieople
attended a surpiise party at tlie home
of William How en, nl Mt. Dewey, le-
Many Taylor, ol Lynon stieet, was
Kicked by a mule while at work in the
Dvlleviie mines on Thuisdfiv. 711s
iikIH b ij v.ls seveicly injuud.
Mr. and Mrs. Kvuu Hughes, of Thlr
te, nth stieet, weie suiprited by a I.ii-rp
nutnlier of their friends iceently and
Siected and Heated them loyally.
tile hard Atkinson, of North VMlmoie
n wuiic, was tendered a liirthday sui
pilse icieiuiy on his nineteenth birth
day. Austin Jones, of Hellenic Mit et, en
tei tallied the L'm eNiur illee club at his
home on Wednesday pwuIiir.
A game of toot ball will be played
this morning on the Vet Park nround
by the V. c. club and an eleen tiom
rit. Patiiek's Paroeliial sehuol.
A lad named John Fellows, ot Xo. SJ
school, had a button thrust into liU
nose by a companion recently. The boy
siilfered ninth pain as a lesiill until ie
lieved by a pliysiiiau.
.lohn Kteiiiin, ot Statfoid .tveime, is
111 at ills home.
Miss nolle licit, of Hampton street,
has leluined linmo fiom a visit in tlio
Hotitii and West.
An cnlei talmneiil will he Icld In the
tlellovue I'alvinisiic Methodist i hureh
on Dec I, by the nible i la-e?. Admis
sion 1(1 i elils.
Miss .Minnie Molan, or Waym.nl. is
the wiesl of Mis. P. .1. .Walls, of 'ln ril-
,lis. .Minor Xeeley. ol Xoith Limohi
.Uelllie, is seliollsly 111 nt her llOllie.
Mis. Dolmelseh, of Xortli lhoiiiley
avenue, underwent .111 operation tills
vied; at the ."v-rantoii Piivate hospital.
An exielieui oyster supper was served
In tlio Washburn Slieet Piosbyleilaii
illllnll last evenlllK by tile niembeis of
Mis, Moii'at's Sunday i hool i hiss,
Merchants John J. D.tvies and Tlios.
',. Prlie. of South Main avenue, have
leiuuied homo from a business trip to
Samuel lilUKinnu, of Hampton stieet,
who was so soveiely liijiued at tlie
Ovlord mlno on 'I'liursday, is in a pte
rin ions condition at tlie West Hide hos
pital. The nu-nihi fs of St. lheiulen's t ounell
til'.- iiii.iniiluK lor a lectin u in the near
Itov. Tlioinas do (iiiuhy, D. U of the
.l.itksoti Stu-et naptlst churili, will de
liver a teiupeiaiieo lectuie to Ids con-
gu Billion lomoriov. eveninir,
Tin- ivins's DailKlllers of llc nit'ill
iSidun I'lesliyli-i'iiin enure h will mvo a
fancy kochIh sale at Mis. ri.inklln's,
.Sauih'iMin avenue, nu.t Ttit'sday at't'ji
iioou nnd civcuhiK',
Ficil Wiiucn, the 1l-i.nr-old sou of
Mr, and Mrs. John Warieii, of .Mai Ion
street, who was operated upon u wed;
ago, k Impioviiifc'.
A son him been bom to .Mr, and ..is,
Many Wtedon, of tola Meylert aeuuc,
m HOLIEST WAN Iff SCRANTON
S.5 we'll a ihe 1ijiiJ,Ciiic.-i, ai.i eii Die ailtcj
lu lull on ai'j lui'.;l,l aril gel !' u tul bulno
pi kiini IIjInmm ut diC 'lliio.it aii'l 1 iviii, .1
I mm'J.v Hut 1 xtuwntiul to lino and illicit' .ill
llioiiii ui.il culi I uiu'ui. Wlhicj, liiomhliN
anil CWuiiiiluu. I'ikc 20c. JiJ k:
SNOW-BALL THROWING CAUSED
Mlfiti Xatnn Klrst, a Pupil .it No. 10
School, Had Her Anklo Badly
Sprained John Cooncy Had n
Narrow Escape ftom Very Serious
Injury While nt Work In tho
Mines Funeinl of Rov. Qeorgo
Gulovlch Will Take Place This
Morning South Scrnnton Hunteis.
Tlie ilmt snow fall of tlie year was
hailed with joy by the ynuitRBlern of
tills side and suowlmillUK wan tlie ra
voilto p.istlnie as lonpr a snow could lie
sera poet together. T'lio IiuIuIhciicp of
tlie pastlni", however, icstilled in an
iieeldenl that In much to be resietlcd.
Miss Lama Klrst, ai;ed l."i j,eai.s( n
pupil ni Xo. 10 school, wits chosen ns
n tiu'Rcl by the snowbaltcrs, while le.iv
inif soliool yesterday, and was followed
for some distance. In tryiiiK to avoid
her toi mentors Miss Klrsl stumbled
and foil, sustaining n severe Injuiy to
the iffr. it was si..eii that Ihe youiur
lady was unable to i ise and filcuds at
once went to her assistance.
The injtiied sirl was taken to ihe
home of ln-r pat mils at ttlm stieet and
Cedar aMMiiie, ami nieillial aid was
summoned. Dr. Webb lesponded, nnd
on making an eiimliiatliin found the
youiiK lady hnel sustained a badly
sprained ankle, which eaused exeiuci
otiiiir jmln. At last repoits Miss Klist
was testliify as well as could be cc
pccled. Had a Nariow Escape.
John Cooney. a resident of Minnoka.
while following his employment at tlie
mines, laid a nut row escape ftom lo
lntr a hand yesteiday. In ttyhiK to
sprue;- a car he got bis hand so clo-e
to tlie wheel that his thumb was caught
and badly mangled. Temporary relief
was obtained at the bend of the shalt
and Cooney then pioceeded homcwlieie
n physician was summoned.
Dr. Quinn soon arrived and on eic
mntniuK the Injuicd HbII found It uec
esi.'iry to ainputale the top and a por
tion of tlie first joint. Tli" Injury will
keep Mr. Cooney out of the mines for
Funeral of Father Gulovich.
The l uncr.il of Uev. George llulovicli.
w liosu remains have been 1 bur in slate
at Ht. Maiy's Oicck Catholic chinch on
living avenue, sinei; Thursday, will
take pl.iec this mornlns at P o'clock.
A solemn Pontifical IiIrIi mass will be
celebrated by the IMkIU l'.cv. Dishop
Michael J. Hobau, at tlie church, and
Inteinietit will arterwards be made ill
the Greek Catholic ceiueteiy at Mi
nookn. .Many of the pni-sls ol this legion w ill
participate in this last lite ot the
chilli h tor lie (lei eased pi lest.
Among the Nimiods.
Philip l'.obiusuii. Cb.'iles KaesliH'r
and Pied Pontius, all of this side, spent
Thursday In the vicinity of Maplewood,
huniliiK for ubhits and other same.
The i chilli ol their cuitins; was in evi
dence yesteiday. when the knights of
the Kim returned with aliout forty rab
bits and seveial birds. Mr. Ttoliiiioon
had the laiKet bap and was much
elated over his success. He divided tlie
spoils among n number of his intimate
OeorKC KiiKlt and August Schneider
leturned fiom a suciessful inlibit hunt
ing ti lp on Thuisday.
Joseph Slocum and David Xiehols
w ill ho joined by a pat ty ol New Voi k
iriends this morniiu? and later will
leave lor Pike county on a deer liunt
ins expedition. They will be gone sev
NUBS OF NEWS.
An iit-U'.stiiiff session was held last
evening- by General Grant lonimand
eiy, Kniejlits of Malta, in tlie spacious
hull on Pittston avenue. James H.iker
v,-is given the seiond degtee, and ar
langements weie Mailed for their an
nual smoker, which will take plae-e in
tlio near future.
The Star Social club met In tegular
session at Mhtj-.'.s hall, on Plttsion ave
nue, last evening-.
Miss Lila Krable. the popular young
lady who Is teacher ul No. 10 school,
on Prospeet avenue, eutei tallied a
party ot trieuds at the Lyi eutii last
evonlnsf, where tliey watched Kathryn
Kiddei's portrayal of Molly Pile her,
the heioinc of tlio battle ol Monmouth,
front a box given by tho Truth to tlio
mo.it popular teacher In Seiantuii. Miss
Frable obtained VJ.SI7 votes and was
over tour thousand ahead of tier neat
est competitor. Five of her it lends en -euphd
the box with h"r last niglit.
The itospol lneeiiiig- em Suneln attei
liooli will be led by Mhs Maigaid
AVatls, a runner assistant seiietary,
There will b sp. i lal iiiusle-. All gills
and women nte wekonic,
Mis. John Toultlll. Mis.e Mai.s Tonlilll
and Miss Maiy Foy, ot Plttston, eii
tlie guests of ft lends on litis side ,0s
teidny. An inn testing: game of basket hall
was played last owning: between the
Twentieth Ceiiturv ilub and the Defender.-,
ot St. John's society. When
Urn gain" was i one lulled tho Defenders
Weie Still tliu Ulldeleateil thlllliplullh of
Ian kiiwamni i ounly.
A basket ball leiun is lu'lnu formed
bv St. Mary's Glee inb at their hall,
l car of lilt koiy stieet.
Tlio November assembly of tho
Scranlou Men's society, Monday non
ius next In lite Providence Picsbyloii.in
social looms, will alti.ict a lnig; ut
tendaneo of the inewbeis and tiieir
guests, Tito piesldellt, Judge A. A.
VoHlmij,', will ptcslde aurt jtio an In
auguial address, liev. .1. II. Whalun.
D. D or C'arliondale, will give an ad
dless op "Tlio Leveling I'oues or
cias'cs" Dr. Whalon, who Is a pleas
ing and popular speaker, will give an
adiliess dial will eutoitalu and Intci
est, At this time, when so much Is said
by supotflelal people uf easle and
clnssea and tlie,- so-i-alled upper and
lower eiusls of society, an addiesu on
tills subject by Dr, Wluileu lb sine to
attract attention. Tito asbcmblv will
also bo enlei tallied with niuslo by
Walkeubhaw's orchestra. Tho social
eummlttcc? hat, also ojdcied a luncheon,
which, ut'ter tlio uddre-sici, will be
served In tlie fieo and easy ste of
lust season's g.itheilnsH
The society Is composed of gonlle-mcii
or tho North 13nd of the elty. iutei
estcd in nialteis In general peitalnliig
to the wclfato of tho city, politically
and socially, n.ich member ii per
mitted to Invito a sues t next Monday
fcnhiif. The ollUeis of tho society ate;
Picslilent, Judgv A. A. Vosbutgi vite-
lar attention has been paid to the cutting of sleeve, the
modeling of the broad shoulder and the draping of the
full skirt. The "Ascot" has style and swing about it
that is distinctly dressy. There are many features about
this overcoat that cannot be fully explained in this writ-
pii'sident. Maim- .). Ii. Pish: semtaiy.
eiioige W. I'.-iiedi, t, e-ii ; tlcasuiei.
Sydney llenv ood: lilei.u and philail
lllioplt eon'linittee. l)r V. A. Peek. P.
is. Ti.uey. T. S. Moigaii. K. S. ,l.u l.soil,
Claieme Steele, social eouilliltti e. How -aid
iliillin. V. II. Ciisinan. W 1 .
chrisiin.is, '. w Mason, W. c. Mc
Donald, Pi ol. !. Ii. W.ilkeiish.m inein
bership (ouimlttee, II. S. Alum th, es( .
W. C. Cowles. Julian Morss, "William
Hill, c. J. fiillc.ipl". Dr. II. llcsey, J.
Vipond. jr.: printing committee, J. I".
Hopewell, Clark C.uild, Flunk She rer.
At the seiond annual Held til.ils of
(he Pointer luh of Aineiha at .Manor,
L. I,, on Tllesd.i.N, of which Kobeit V..
Westlake of tills set lion is Ihc sectc
tary, Mr. Westlake captured the Derby
piUe. a handsonie cup offeied by Dr.
Daniel", of Cleveland, Ohio, hy Sam
Mais, n. son of the celebrated Plain
Sam, the dog displ.i.N Ing gie.it dash
and high i lass toi m.
The luneial of the late Mis. Michael
Clarke, who died at her homo on Ke
ser avenue, Tuesdav morning-, took
place; fiom lur late icsldenee jestei
duy morning. The cortege pioi ceded
to Holy Kosary church, wlieie a liigli
mass of iciiuiciu was lelebr.iled at !'
o'cloi k by ltev. Father MeManiis. In
terment was made In the Cathcdtal
The funeial of ihe lute Mich. nl Sal
mon, who died nt his home, .110 Put
man slieet, Tut-sday evening, was held
fiom his late leMdeneo jesteiekiy af
ternoon. The pioccsslon mined to Holy
ISos.uy iliuieh whoie high mast, was
celebrated at 1 o'eloek by llev. X. J.
McMiiiius. Interment was made in
Hyde Park Catholic icmeli ly.
The funeral of the late Mis. Lewis
Jones, ot Wa.Mie avenue, will lake
plaee this afternoon tit -J o'clock. The
ii'iiiuliirt can bo viewed at Ihe house
between the bonis ol' 11 and I. Intii
mellt Wilt 1m; made ill the Uasllhtllll
'J'he Crackerjneks defeated the Man
hattans in a game of lnkvi ball at
the iiudlloiiuni last eMiilug by a
si ore of 1,1 to ".
The game ol loot ball scheduled be
Iwi'i'ii Ihc Alpll Camaf and tlie Xo. II
si hoed nliimni team nl Athletic pail;
.lesteiday nttelliooll did Uol lake plan
OWlllg 10 til" fulluie of the aluilllll
ti am to tonic mound.
.lohn Hi lines, of Hudson stieet, em
ployed at the C,i,uga mines as a tlin
licr. had his light leg secicly Injuied
vcsteiday afternoon wlille pei funning
ills duties, llilllles Was oil" of a
gilllg nl del cd lo lake lele loot tllll
bcr.i.luto tlie tiilu" and while engaged
In lowcilug one of them, II fell, latch
ing him on tlie leg and boring him m
ihe gioimd. lie was releau'd tiom his
pei lions poMtioii and t.iki-ti to his home
In a i.irtlugc.
Tlie sei vices toiiioiiou ,u the Mem
oiiul PuiHIst cliutch will be at ill" us
ual hums. Tlie pastor, Ke. W. F.
(Lilies, will preai Ii both morning and
evening Tito si riiiou In the evening
will hue special icicrciiic to .uuiug
people. Hilile school ac - p. in. We
lui' now ample acioinmodiitioiis for
all classed and wo coidlally Imllo all
the old and new scltul.ir.s to be pics
ent at every session. Week day meet
ings us tibial Monday, Tii'-Mlny aiul
Tlliusday ovenitii.s, '
The ov. D. T. Phillips, tho Aiiuil
ciii iniifliil at Caidllf, Wale", will
piv.it ll at the Memoilal ciiuull 'I'nes
day evening, the mail of tills uiouili.
.Ml. Phillips Is an cMilled preacher and
Tlio Mniiolial ihlllcli this week has
rompletcd a, inagnllicout and well ar
laugcel kitchen in tlio basement of lis
new chinch le.uly lor the Tluuikugiv
Ing tin key dinner to be served by the
ladles on Unit day.
Tlie seinl-aiinuiil (oiifetiiuc of the
Welsh ISaptlst .ihilliheh of N'mllie.isl
e) ll Pennsylvania will be held at Xull
lli iiko lie.M Tuesday and Wednesday.
The voting people will have two meet
ings on Tuesday and a numb' r ol dele
gates wll ln in attendance ifftin here.
Flint Welsh Haptist chin ch. Market
sued ltev. .1. V, Davles. pastor. Oi
lier of sci vices Sunda, Nov. IT: 1 u,
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in, sei moil by the pastor; " p. in.,
Sunday school; 0 p. in., seiinon by the
pastor. The evening serviie will be
loniluctid in Hie ICiiglish language.
Special music will be trillion d. All .tie
invited. Seats tree.
Miss Maud Winston, of Ibntfoid,
Conn.. Is vir-lllug tlie Misses Margaiot
and Lisszio Williams, of Williams
Cathailno, tin tour oar old daughter
of Mr. and Mis. David Dvans, of
Wa.Mie avenue, Is seiiously 111.
The Dutch Cap Mission Suiul iv
school are piep.uing for a grand eii
teilaitinioiit to be held ill the Welsh
congiegation.il e hutch ot West Mar
ket stieet, Nov. L'l.
Mrs. F. ' Williams and family of
William street, .mended tlie funeral ol
Mis. Anna Davis of Cireeiiwood, Sun
dn. I'.ev. X. V. Sliilil. of Delawaic. has
been speudlng a few days with tilends
in th" Orceu Itldge portion of the elty.
liev. .1. .1. Uankiii lias lcsigned his
pastoi.ite in Hie I'resbvtei Ian chinch
of Hhnliilist. liev. Mr. ltaiikiu and
liunily loiiteiiipl.ue taking- up a tem
po) my le.-iileinc In Scranton,
The Houii Missloiiaiy soiiety of the
Piovldciu-e Picsb.Meii.in climell licld i
pleasant sersiou yesteiday afleiuooii at
Hie home of Mi's II P Atlicrion.
An Address Was Deliveied ny State
Vice Piesldent Wan en.
At a mc Hug of the Master IIoim
shoers" lo-soiiallon ot Si rantoii and v c
lult.v. held in the board ot trad" an-eiii-bl.v
mom on Thuisday night an addioi-s
was made hy Stale Vice PiesidelU "W.
II. Win ivn. who pleaded lor a i loser
organUnllou ol the master hol.-c.slioei s
of this part ol tlie state.
He tllgcil til" members picseut lo
stilve lo (unease the membeiship ot
Hie association and pointed out soni"
ot Ihe many beiieilts sure lo icstili
Horn organ!j'.alloii--iiiitably ill'1 estab
lishment and m.illlteiiaiiie ol a eel lulu
llM'd pile, ,
mp.s liiMitui: havi:s foiiiieiiy
ol tills city, died jestenla.v lit her
home In isuiiulo. A telegram to that
eifcct was received by Dr. .1. ,L '!
loll, of Jackson sln-ei, Dei eased s
liusliaiid is n coiuraelor lu Hi" employ
ol" Colli nil Siluoeilef and Is engaged 111
building the new steel mill Pliiul of
tin. Lackawanna lion and Stcd i om
pany. The lemallis will be taken to
lllngh.imton tor Intel nieitt.
MP.S. JAMLS Tldfi;, of Hollister
avenue, died jestciday nioinlug at :!..
Slie is u daugliler of Mrs. Patrick May
of Chat leu stieet, and is survived by
a husband and mother and the follow
ing In others and slstus. Jehu May,
ul .WW York. James May. of L'-e, Lu.
iscine e'uiml, .Martin. William and
Patiirk Mu. of this elty: Mrs. Tun
otli.v lloollli.il). Mis. Pali lik Coiuiolly.
and Miss Maiy May of tills illy. Fu
tural alinoillleellteUl liter.
Tlie riiuci.il of Hie laic Aaron Jaiias
will lake hice Mouda afternoon, rier-
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Saturday Matinea and Night,
'1 ic uiriiiinsr .SlIici', ' '
Miss Susette Willey,
,inl Ihe llcimi AUmI,
Hr. True S. James,
IV- nllug ' Kuimnlic ditncOj Punii,
"A Royal Prisoner''
l'liii- -r.i.naic: 'It . ''X and TV, Mltin ;
i. , .fie .oi'i m ; iinMiiii, I '
seals en Ml' 'lliiiiail.iy Jt ' in.
Wednesday Evening:, Nov. 20
'II lujii "i,iinl r. 1 1 i nt tjinm,,
I'llll l.s , ll -' "
s, ,i, on -ill . i i it l i. ni.
Academy of Husic
JI Ili:s, l.cijoc. A J PHI), M-inatv.
vi i mis wi.i k
lln s. i v liriiiiuirn VIoikIh ol
Pi; tin 1 iii,l III li. - II s, ,,
. I .1 i Mill,, 'III. I In 'III l. ill llli-MJ
mount "In ilu II. nl. i. iln 1 1. in.' 1 MM) i
.iiu . in. .'), J0i.no., i In... ..i.i 11 ihi
M mil,.. Si a- uu mIi I'iiiIo iiiounn.
AH'. Cl. Ill.llltlSti'lllV, Miniftr.
Londoi Empir3 VauJivllle Company.
lViijl.i, I m ii"i u ii ii in' liitnor'm
N . i
vkes will be held al tho house come
of tiraiit avenue and Juekson street
at .'.00 o'eloek. Interment will hi
made in Waslibiiiii stieet i-iinetet
Tlio luneial ot Hie late MliliaCl .1
Mcllody, of ilO Itiillroad uvenue, wll
lie hei tomelloiv alternooii at 1!.'!
0 clock llulll Holy floss illUUll. ll
leilllt'llt will be made ill tin Ctthed
Th.. rim. l .il ni ih, Lite Lilwai'il .lc'ii
ilu will lake iil.ne tomorrow atti'inooi
at -i oMock Horn the icsliluiio of Pi
er t'osaiove on Phisiou street.
leriiiiiu will lie made In the C.ithiJ