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THE SCUANTON TltmUiNti-TMlKSDAV, DtiCKiUHUK 10, 190f
SOUTH SCR ANTON
HOLIDAY WILL DE ENJOYED IN
THIS PART OF CITY.
Trndespcoplo Agree That Business
Ir Very Brisk Depnrture of the
Mills Is Not Felt no Keenly ns It
Would Have Been Some Years
Ago Matthew Damal. President
of the Stnr Social Club Edward
Herschel Is Home After Seeing
Service In the Philippines.
Tin1 ciiinliiK riirlMnm IioIIiIiivm will
In' Piijoycil liy South Slilc whIiIciiIm
Krni'i'jilly, ili'Ktilli' the Mtt'i'ct cur strike
mill Hit' tvnmvnl "f wlmt wiih mri Ittt
liuliistrliil liiickliimi tin- Hli'i'l mills.
At Otll'itlllH' llll' t'loMltllT 01 tin- iiiIIIh
IHin'tli'iilly )i!ii'iilyzi'i1 IiiihIml'hm InturustH
lii'H'iilioni.i. Now It N looked on iih n
iiii'i'i! Iiil'IiIuiii. Olhi'i InduxtrlPH luivc
i'iiiik; here. The nHk iiiIIIh, tin1 liiitton
Murks, tin1 woiilli'ii mills, tin- Irnkt'i-lee,
tilt' tulMi'vo I'ni'toili'M anil 11 score of
oilier liiiluitrli'S, In siiy nothing l' tlio
milieu, iimki' tin- Ioms of mills Uss It'll
limn they would In- 11 ilci'iiilo iiko.
l.nokliiK liiifk over 1 he 1111st twelve
months our iit'oplo huve mtlrh to he
tliiiukrill for. (ienenilly speoklliK, It 1ms
heiMi 11 1'iili'ly prosjiei huh yetir, A ilozon
Inisy liihor eeiities lire working nlKht
mill ilny. They me Ion husy, for us n
yolliii; womim snlil yestetihiy, she eim
liot fjet off loiijc enoutjli to liny her
The tnulespeoiile nil unlet' thnl husl
iiesrt Is heller tlmil eer, mill to soini
ol them the street enr strike Is n hless
hiK In illsKillse, us those Mho will not
IMtroulye the enrs liny ill home, nnil
the fni'-seelllK hulnuss men ore liikhiK
inlvaiitiiye of the eonilltloiis and making
liny while the sun shines.
A carelul iieruvnl of the various ad
vertisements on this p.'iKe will eonvlneo
the most skeptical that thlims arc
hoomliiK, anil ll is well to call attention
to the fact that first-class woods can ho
had here as cheap as anywhere In this
President of Stnr Club.
Matthew Damal, who Is now presi
dent of the Slur Social club, was horn
in j'adeu, Germany, but has lived on
this side nearly all his life. Jlr. Damal
is employed in the iliiKen t Son plun
iiiK" mills, and is well thought of by his
employers, besides having the regard
and i'H teem of Ids associates anil neigh
hors. The society of which he Is now
the head was organized about eight
yeais uko, and has steadily gained in
numbers and popularity until they arc
now considered among the best enter
taliiois in social affairs on this side of
the Uo.iring Drook.
The club's headiiuarters are located
at 611! Pittston avenue. Their coming
annual ball, which takes place on Janu
ary '20, is looked forward to as one of
the social events of the season. The
1 onunittee of arrangements are: Charles
Kellerman, Jacob Kaeslner, Peter Phil
lips, Jacob Mlrtz and David L,eis.
"Return of Edward Herschel.
Hdwuril Herschel Is a young man of
patriotic instincts who, when Uncle
Sam wanted brain, brauu and muscle,
aiiMVcreil the call on November 12,
lSHS, and has had a valuable and ex
citing experience In the three years'
service which he has Just completed,
After enlisting in this city he was
KJitt to one of the. many military estab
lishments and learned the rudiments
and art of war. JTo afterwards spent
i:im Mil iii:i:miii:i..
twenty ninnths In Cuba hi acfHe kui1
vice after which as a member of Com
puny U First United States luraiitry,
lie was ordered back to the states mid
spent some time In Fort Leavenworth,
Kansas, ami In barracks in MIksoiuI,
His regiment was then ordered to .Man
ila Win-It' ho completed his three years
with eight months' uetivo services.
air. Herschel is ii joting man of pleas.
Ing nddtess and speaks modestly of his
rureer. Ho has u largo number of
trophies and curios at his home, Ui
Alder street, where he took up his icsl
deuce with his mother, after being lion
orably discharged In San Francisco last
P.. A. Cnvanaugh.
A well known citizen who has
imnssi'd a mmfurlahlu fortune by In
dustry ami sound business methods Is
I'. A. I'niiavailgb, who settled on this
side of the Homing Brook 24 years ago
and iirtcr u short stay started nut and
made n tour nf the west, Ucturiilug
several years Inter he at once went Into
business for himself and has lived
where he Is now loonted over sixteen
Ills methods altraeteil friends who
have for him the highest respect mill
his careful management Is apparent by
the fuel that he now owns the largo
three story double dwelling and store
at fill Itlver street, besides several oth
er properties and also nearly a whole
block In the vicinity of the Twentieth
He Is alllllateil with sevenil beliellclnl
organizations and lit blessed with an
esteeninbtp wife mid live Interesting
children. IPs aimoiinceinetit with re
ference to his business will be found
In another column.
Funeral of Miss Hayes.
Miss Julia Jlavps, who?e death ban
been noted In these columns, was laid
at rest yesterday morning, after Im
pressive services which were held In
St. Peter's cathedral at !l o'clock. Tim
remains weie taken to the church from
the hoim of James Hayes. :t2ll Plttulnn
aveuile.where they had lain since death
In a beautiful white sllk-llned casket.
Interment was In the Hyde Park ceme
tery. The pall-lieiuers, all nephews of de
ceased, were .Messrs. John, Stephen
and Andrew (ieary, Andrew and
Michael Hayes and Ulchard Citldnii,
A meeting of the old-time leaileis of
social events, the "Fourteen Friends."
is called for Saturday night al llest's
hotel, when it will be decided whether
I ho society will stay up and weleomo
the new year as of yore. Hvery year
so far the members have met In social
session on New Year's eve. and it Is
quite likely (he old custom will be kept
The William Council Hose company
lias Dually wound up affairs relating to
last Hummer's excursion, and al the last
meeting II was announced that t lie hoys
cleared the substantial sum of $SS!1.
There are a number of bad depres
sions In several of the streets which
were recently excavated for seweie.
Some of them are quite dangerous,
having sunk fully two feet.
Arrangements are being made by
ftoaiing Drook conclave to celebrate
the new year in a titling manner, and
Gud8c3 of EP39es
Where Mfe Failed
Amos Crocker, of Worcester, writes:
"After going through it frightful sur
gical operation and nfler trying any
number of salves and ointments, one
BOf. box of Pyramid Pile Cine gave
speedy relief and II (illicitly cured ni"."
All druggists sell It. hit tie book,
"Piles, Causes and Cure" m.illeil free,
Pyramid Drug Co., .Marshall, Mich.
a committee has charge of details for :i
grand social and smoker to take place
some time In January.
(leiieral (Irani coiimmudery, Knights
of Malta, will meet In regular session
(let your smokers' supplies, pipe",
clgais and tobacco, at Miller & Doell
ler's. (iOt! Cedar avenue, The best goods
at the lowest prices. vn
The funeral of Miss 'Wilhelinlna fterg
will take place today.
A Trip to California or Florida.
Those contemplating such n trip need
hut to call on the local .ticket agent of
the Lackawanna railroad and he will
arrange every detail, Including trans
portation, berths, reservations and
checking of baggage through to desti
nation; also will furnish rates, folders,
descriptive literature and any other in
formation desired on the subject.
Through sleepers and day coaches to
Chicago. Only one change of curs to
H;' ?Hf Mte? I
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Everything to Make a Christmas
New 'Phone 1339.
427 Pittston Ave.
P. A. CAVANAGH
522-52 River Street.
UP-TO-DATE COACHES FOR HIRE GENERAL IEAINC
Lorenz Hafoei stroh
the Leading Harness Maker on the
South Side. Complete Line of
510 Cedar Ave.
Ustcal Line of Nats and Candies
HENRY ARHBRUST, JR.,
Dealer in all kinds of
Fresh and Salted Meats
Manufacturing all kinds of Sausage a specialty.
627-629 Cedar Ave.
Xmas Is Nearly Here
Don't forget you can get all kinds of
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, OYSTERS, CHRISTMAS TREES
AND TRIMMINGS AT
531 Cedar Avenue.
M. HESSINQER & CO
T09T11 PITTSTON AVENUE.
Book Cases, Hall Racks, Rockers and
Bahy Chairs a Specialty,
Carriages for Hire. 'Phone Connections.
54-56 CEDAR AVENUE.
HOT LUNCH DAILY FROM 9 TO 13 A, M,
629-631 PITTSTON AVENUE.
50 AND Q03 CEDAR AVENUE
FOR PRIZES ALL CHRISTMAS
12 PITTSTON AVENUE
FREE RABBIT LUNCH SERVED
Display This Year
Kinds us in our now stote hotli'r nrcinircd than uvcr before
lo cater to the wants of HOLIDAY SHOPPERS. 'J
Beautiful Things for Christmas jj
Early choice is wise. We invite you to make selections .
now. when stocks are al their best.
In making your selection of Diamonds, you have the as
sistance of my thirty-live years' experience.
Set in all kinds of RINGS, P.ROOCIIES, PEXDAN'TS,
Fine Gold and Silver Watches
With the Highest Grade Movements.
Sterling Silver Novelties,
Cut Glass and Umbrellas.
And ever thing pertaining to a lirst-elass Watch and Jewelry
133 Wyoming Avenue.
KSTAMLIS1IED IX I.S.-.7.
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Useful Holiday Presents :
Handsome Line of Holiday Siispenders
Hen's Gloves of Every Description.
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On the European Plan.
and all kinds of
GAME IN SEASON.
HOT MEALS !
COLD LUNCH 5
Served at all Hours. !
JOHN S. McCABE.
St. Cloud Hotel,
HcCABE & O'CONNOR, Props.
Corner Linden Street and Wyoming Ave
Meals to Order at All Hours
Oysters in Every Style
GAME IN SEASON.