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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901.
BALLS AND TEN PINS SPIN AT
13. C. W. CLUB HOUSE.
Tin Cans Defeated tlio Lobsters in a
Well-Plnyed Gnino nnd the Oreon
Ridge Wheelmen Wero Victorious
Over the Black Diamonds Fair
nnd festival nt Welsh Baptist
Church Secret Societies and Mino
Locals Elect Officers Other Live
The new bowling alloys of the Elec
tric City Wheelmen wero formally
opened last evening with appropriate
ceremonies. The club bouse was crowd
ed with club men and Invited guests,
and the event was the most pretentious
affair ever held under the auspices of
the club. President Struppler delivered
the address of welcome, and Invited the
assemblage to enjoy the hospitality of
the wheelmen, which Is Infectious.
Frank DePue reviewed the history of
the organization fiom Its Inception, re
counting Its triumphs and success In a
social and general way. Fallowing this,
Pallor's orchestra, composed of Knowlos,
clarionet; Moore, first violin; Stanton,
comet; Hudson, second violin, nnd
Jones, bass, played a number of selec
tions. The guests then repaired to the
howling alleys, where Auctioneer Dp
Pup sold the privilege of throwing the
first ball down the alley to Conrad
Lotz, who bid JU for it.
The lollowlng bids were then received
for the privilege of playing the first
game: W. IJ. Davis, $3: W. Hayden
Evans, $2; 11. S. Gorman, ?2; Ous
Welnss, $; Frank Beavers, $2; Hubert
Chatfleld, $2.50; Thomas Skorrett, $2.75;
Samuel McCracken, $2.75; Mont. Car
penter, $3.25; K. E. Pryor, $-i.r.O. The
two teams then lined up as the "lob
sters," under the captaincy of Frank
Heavers, and the "Tin Cans," led by E.
E. Pryor. The game resulted as lol
DUiodr's French Tar
Will promptly relieve and 6pecdlly cure
couelis, colds ant) all lunir trouble. Tor
Mlc by G. W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
Splendid Opportunities for
Saturday Bargain Hunters
Take Our Cloak Department
For example. There's everything there that a woman's heart
can desire or fancy suggest, but topmost in our thoughts today,
Swell Raglan Coats
There's a marvelous value in Oxford Grey, with velvet col
lar and cuffs, and the very newest style yoke, 'that lias proved a
surprising value to every beholder so far. The ,
price for Saturday is pO.o0
But we don't stop at $G.o0 by any means. We've got
Raglans and other styles coats 'for ladies' wear at all
prices, and for those who don't mind a dollar or two extra when
quality and style are both inviting, we suggest -t rr
a look at our Elite Raglan Coats at $20.00
and Dressing Sacques
For ladies, in all styles, materials and colors. There's more
styles here for your inspection than you'll find time to look at,
but no matter where your fancy leads you in selecting your
choice, the price asked will surprise you, because of its 'low
ncss. Silk and Flannel Waists
Their number is infinite, their variety legion, while the
size list insures a perfect fit without the slightest trouble. As
for the colors, patterns and modes, they're too varied for des
cription. Ladies' Elaborate Silk Waists from - - $2,90 up
: Ladies' Excilleut Flannel Waists from - $1,00 up
From the severely plain kinds to the most dressy things Dame
Fashion has thought out for this season's wear, Ml colors, all
r lengths and the newest models, expressly designed to aid in
the bang of the newest dress skirts, Prices are so low that
they'll surprise you.
Don't Forget the Holiday Fair.
It's in full swing, and now that we're within three selling
days of Christmas, prices have been severely chopped in not a
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Beavers made the first strike, but
fouled, and on his next ball made an
other strike. Pryor tallied the Initial
strike, and Skcrrctt followed with a
clean sweep, but overstepped the foul
line, and cleared the spots with his
next ball. The first spare was made by
Cliatlleld, and spares followed In tpilck
succession by domain, McCracken,
Welnss, Carpenter, Pryor, Beaveis and
Skorrett. It was cither side's game for
several frames, but the Tin Cans took
a brace and finished easy winners.
V. S. Scnmnns refereed the game, and
Dr. Wardelt and F. J. Foley were the
scoreis, The spectators thoroughly en
joyed the contest, and liberally ap
plauded the star plays. The second
game was played between the Black
Diamonds nnd the Green Ridge Wheel
men, and resulted In a victory for the
latter, who scored fifteen more pins
than their opponents. The highest seoie
was made by Will AVclchol, who rolled
The line-up was as follows: Black
Diamonds F. .T. Foley, F. II. Stair, E.
12. Pryor, F. W. Beavers, II. S. dor
man. Green Bldge Wheelmen Will
Welchol, C. S. Seamans, Fred Mason,
II. P. Moore, John Taylor. Dr. AVardoll
refereed the game, and Taylor Baccy
A number of other games were played,
but It was too late to record the scores.
Following the bowling contests, vocal
selections were rendered by David
Stephens and others. Dr. Fern played
banjo selections, Ous Eynon rendered
piano solos, and the Llederkrnm: quar
tette sang, Befreshments wore served
under the direction of Chef Boblnsoa.
First Welsh Baptist Fair.
One of the most successful fairs that
has ever been held on this side was
conducted by the Ladies' Aid society
of the First Welsh Baptist church of
South Main avenue, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, with an over
crowded church each evening. The
booths made a picture of beauty and
the articles sold were very handsome,
consisting of the most useful house fur
niture and articles in fancy notions.
The supper was one of the best pre
pared by some of the best Welsh
cooks In the city.
Those attending the booths were as
follows: Misses Sarah Lewis, Lizzie
Lewis, Mable Evans, Lila Watkins,
Reba Williams, Sadie Jones, Elizabeth
Lewis, Beth Lewis, Bessie Richard.
Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, Mrs. David
Morgan, Mrs. David Evans, Mrs. Obed
Jenkins, Mrs. Thomas Jones, Mrs.
John Morgan, Mrs. Wagstaff, Mrs.
M'ssc3 Jennie Beddoe, Blanche
Qealcy, Barbara Lewis, Mrs. Leah Da
vis, Mrs. Davis, Miss Laura Roderick.
Home made candy was sold by the
following young ladies: Misses Sarah
Meredith, Lillian Davis, Elizabeth
Hughes, Bessie Davis, May Davis.
The lee cream was served by Miss
Bessie Richard, Mrs. D. V. Brooks and
The following ladies served the sup
Tnblo No. 1-Mlss Williams, Mrs. J.
Table No. 2 Mrs. David Beynon,
Mrs. Richard Thomas, Mrs. David Ed
wards, Mrs. Will Parry, Miss ttobrcca
Jones, Mrs. Jacob Jones.
Table No. 3 Mrs. W. 15. Davis, Mrs,
D. W. Vaughn, Mrs. Daniel Evans,
Mrs. D. W. Vaughn.
Table No. 4 Mrs. Joseph, Mrs. Evans,
Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Burnett, Mrs. Davis.
Table No. fi Mrs. llowells, Miss Da
vis, Mrs. Stanford, Misses Florence
Jones, Nellie Evans, Minnie Davis,
Table No. C Mrs. Williams, Mrs.
Jenkins, Mrs. Davis, Mis. Richards.
A largo sum of money was realized
from the undertaking, and sociability
predominated throughout the fair.
Strikers' Entertainments. ,
The entertnlnment at Goldon's hall
last evening for the benefit of the
stt Iking street car employes was well
attended. The programme was as fol
lows: Piano solo, James Gllroy; reci
tation, Antonlb Freeman: song and
dance, Frank Iloiran; selection, Rich
ard Phillips; tenor solo, Frank Rollly;
buck and wing dance, John Mangan;
farmer sketch, John Doly; selection,
Black Diamond uuarlntto.
The programme of the entertainment
to be given In Mears' hall this even
ing Is as follows:
Piano solo MKs K. Tlrnrrton
Mnulcljii anil U'ii(riloiuist CIiiiIm llirll y
cil solo Mrs. ,. Tife
Ilccllatloii , Mr. Bnlm
(iViiicltur IV ink Il.imonil
Comlo IliimpcinlcUel lend
Duct Mc-uix. Daullicr anil IVntou
lteellatlon I'rcil Joies
Soni; anil dance lame Tate
S-olu Too ll.il.md
Musical stlcitlon W.itklns f.imllv
Uwltntloii .Vllle Dnikln
Tinnlillnjr Slojjcl, .SmMicr, Hcelie and I'rice
Comic Fung loo Cuoni'n
Musical rejection llunn.in ami Hariri
llccltatiou C. I". Shaw
Vwil 'olo It. W.ilklm
Muslcil srlpctliin Itoeincy ltnHlrn
Vocil solo Ortrmlo Tafe
Acrobat!, ltcwioliU lliotluH
Excellent Pupils' Recital.
A largo and delighted assemblage
attended the pupils' recital given in
Washington hall last evening by Prof.
Silas Rosser's pupils. The various In
strumental numbers on the pro
gramme were executed with clever
ness and grace.
Those who participated wore Lil
lian Langan, Bertha Armstrong, Lil
lian Beaver, Gladys Jones, Edith
Morris, Catherine Paine, Rose Langan,
Maud Jones, May Roberts, Laura
Jarvis, Harold Evans, May Jones,
Alma Jones and Daniel Lewis.
Those who assisted were Mrs. Ran
dolph Jones, Miss Bessie Slote, Mlrs
Nellie Markwlck, Thomas Abrains
and David Jenkins. All acquitted
themselves creditably and each num
ber received merited applause.
Prof. Rosser is to be congratulated
on the excellent advancement made
by his pupils.
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Nearly all of the articles offered for
sale at the rummage sale of the Ladles'
Aid society of the St. David's Episco
pal church, hi the vacant store room
of the Washington hall build'ng, were
disposed of, and as a result a good sum
was realized from the sale.
The Anthracite Social club held a
dance In Mears hall last evening,
which was attended by a large num
ber of young' people.
The Oneita Social club will conduct a
masquerade ball in Washington hall on
New Year's evening.
The annual roll call of members of
the First Welsh Congregational church
will be made on Now Year's evening.
A social session will follow, and re
freshments will be served.
Henry Wf' 'r, of North Bromley av
enue, Is confined to his homo by ill
ness. Rev. D. P. JoiiPE, pastor of the Tnb
ercalc Congregational church, is visit
ing friends in Utica, N. Y.
A shovel, lamp and sofa, left over
from the recent Patriotic Order Pons
of America fair were disposed of In
Washington hall last evening.
The candidates for olllce in the
Fourth ward will hold another nieet'ug
in Alderman John's olllce this evening
Appropriate Christmas exorcises will
be held In the public schools this af
ternoon. Pi of. Howell is paying a visit
to many of the bu'ldlngs this week,
giving Interesting talks to the children.
Jordan and Flaherty, two popular
young men, have opened an undertak
ing establishment on North Slain ave
nue, opposite the West Side bank.
Mrs. Thomas Hlehnrds, of North
Bromley avenue. Is seriously ill.
Mrs. ltobert Crotzer and son, of
Lafayette street, are visiting In
Miss Anna Smith, of Luzerne street,
is visiting friends In Pottsvllle.
Mrs. Frank Wise, of Freoland, la
visiting her mother, Mrs. Susenbach, of
William Edwards, of North Rebecca
avenue, Is spending a few days in
Miss Bertha Metzgar, of Henryvllle,
is thu guest of Mr, nnd Mrs. Edward
Hallet, of North Lincoln avenue.
Mrs. P. F. Hall, or Bradford, Is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. William Stutter,
of North Hebocen avenue.
A son was recently born to Attorney
and Mrs. George L. Peck, of North Lin
St. Patrick's Ladles' I. P. P., U No.
C02, held a meeting In St, Leo's halt
last evening and enjoyed a social hour.
Miss Florence invls, of Lafayette
street, won the $fi gold piece ra, ed
off by the Sailor Boys base ball team
on Wednesday evening.
Music Dealer D. It. Thomas has pur
chased tlio building on North Main
avenue, occupied by S, R, Jones &
Co,, and will open a music store there
in. A requiem mass will ho sung nt St,
Lucie's church, Chestnut street, at 0
o'clock thin morning for the repose of
the soul of the lato Mrs, Catharlno
Du"y, All members of Branch Cll,
L. C, B, A are requested to attend.
The young people of thu Ilellovuo
Welsh Calvlnlstlo Methodist church
will hold a social new year's ovo, nnd
ring out the old uiul ring In the new
The following ofllcors have been
elected by the Colonial club; Presi
dent, T. O. Jones; vice-president, Clco.
Dill! surgrnnt-at-arms, Bert J,on"s; re
cording secretary, Evan Jones; finan
cial bccrotary and tieasurcr, James
Robert Thomas, of North Fllmore
avenue, and Miss Casslo Powell, of
Jacl-son street, were united In mar
riage Wednesday evening. The cere-
SOME FCOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a cough to run until It eels K-joml ,Q
rtvuli of medicine. Ihcy often wy, "Oh, It
wwr away,' but in m:t cases It will wear
tliem Uttjy. Could tlicy bo induced to try tlw
suaewful medicine called Kcmi'i Ualsum, U1H1
U told on j pn.ilthi; tguJunUo to cuie, thfy
would limit! d lately u-o the excellent elieel a.
tir taking the fhft dose, l'rlcu !Mc. aud 60c,
TlUl ibc fice. At sll dnucUU.
Store will be
open every even
ing from now un
Hand Apptlqucd, Brussels Net, In
"lack, white and new tones of ecru
Real Duehesso and
front the tiniest edge to the widest
Real Duehesso and Irish Point
Oodets and Collars.
Bridal Veils, In Real Duchesro
and Point Lace, up to $2.'0.00 each.
In Dttchesso and Irish Point.
Crepe and Chiffon Ties, Dresden
and Persian designs.
.Many In lengths of one pattern
2B O 49 CX Q O 0
niony was performed at the home of
the bride's patents.
Attorney c. 11. Pitcher, of
street, has returned homo from
Incss trip to New York.
.Master John Williams, of Oxford
street, fell through the Ice at the
brick yard pond on Tuesday aud nar
rowly escaped drowning.
The U. T. D. Social club will give an
entertainment and social In Mears hall
on Christmas eve.
There will be services in St. David's
Episcopal church this morning at HI
Services over the remains of Floyd
William, the Infant child of Mr. and
Mis. John T. Pierce, of 1002 Price strict,
were lipid at the house last evening.
The remains will be taken to Cllffotd
at 7 o'clock this morning, where inter
ment will be made.
Robert Bradley, of Plttston, attended
the opening of the Electric City Wheel
men's new bowling alleys last evening.
The meeting of the West Side Rtpub
llcan club, announced for last evening,
for the nomination of officers, was post
poned until tomorrow evening, when
every member is requested to be pres
ent. The board of directors of the AVest
Side hospital acknowledge the receipt
of $1S from the union Thanksgiving
services, held at the First Baptist
r-awarn iteei, a lineman, ten trom a
pole in front of Dr. M. J. Williams'
office yesterday and sustained severe
Injuries. He was picked up and re
moved to his home, near the Cathe
Giorge W. Cramer, of Sw etland street,
and Miss Nellie Moser, of Lafayette
street, were united In marriage last
evening at the homo of the bride's par
ents. NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
William Skinnard and Miss Maude
Lewis Wedded by Rev. George
William Skinnard, of Lenoxville,
Pa., and MIfas Maude Lewis, of Walls
ville, Pa., were married Wednesday
morning at the Methodist parsonage,
Providence, by Rev. George A. Cure.
They were accompanied by Miss Ethel
an older sister of the bride.
Mr. Skinnard is a popular and pro
gs cssive young business man. Marsh
bi ook, Pa., the new home of Mr. and
Mrs. Skinnard, is to bo congratulated
oa their coming.
William Mnlchrone, of Charles
street, had Frank Dunleavy, of Wil
bur street, arraigned before Alderman
Myers last evening on the charge of
assault und battery. lie was held un
der $yoo ball for his appearance at the
next term of court. Michael Dun
leavy, his brother qualified as his
Vlnclo White, of Throop street, had
his wife, Annie, arraigned beroro Al
derman Myers last evening on the
charge of attempting to kill. White
came home drunk yesterday after
noon, so his wife alleges, and started
to abuse her by calling her vile names,
and in a lit of anger she htruek him
on the head with a hatchet, inflicting ,
a severe scalp wound. She was' held
under $300 ball for her appearance at
Memoi'ial Church Notes.
The pastor of the Memorial church,
I'.ov. W. F. Davles, will begin, after
the holidays, a series of short lectures
on the "Missionary Heroes of the
Is'lneteonth Centry." The first will be
given the llrst Monday evening of the
Tho Sunday school is busy tho"-o
days, rehearsing a lino programme for
tiro L'tlHtmas entertainment. Tho new
church Is well adapted to display the
talent of the whole school,
Services Sunday at tho Memorial
chuich at tho usual hour. Tho pastor,
W. F. Davles, will preach In tho
morning In KnglMi and in the evening
in WolMt, on subjects appropriate to
tho times. Sunday hchool at 2 p. in.
Monday evening tho regular weekly
prayer meeting hi tho lecture- room,
and tho young people's meeting in tho
sumo room Tuesday owning,
Tho funeral of the Into Mrs. Iliidgot
flibbons took p'acu yesterday after
noon from her late residence 011 Hud
son street and was largely attended by
friends aud relatives of tho deceased
which showed the respect and esteem
In which thu deceased was held, Tho
remains were borne to Holy Itosary
church, where services weru held, In
terment was made in the Cathedral
cemetery. The funeral was In charge
of Undertaker Otislck,
The funeral of the late John Sherwln,
of Kast Market street, will tako place
this afternoon nt '.' o'clock, Interment
will be made In Forest Hill cemetery.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
This evening the lovers of basket ball
of this section will get their money's
worth If they go to tho Auditorium, as
their will be two games for tho ono
admission. The first gaino will bo be
tween tlo Crackerjacks and tho
liloomsburg state normal school team
This store nsks your p.itron.igc because It deserves it, nlwavs
hns the fln.st nierchundi.se, the largest assortments. Naturally much
is expicted from us at Christmas. We won't disappoint you, but
meet your expectations to its fullest re.ilU.ition.
FANCY SILK WAISTS.
In Persians, Stripes nnd Checks.
$1.00 value for ,(,Qc
$1.25 value for yr.o
$l.fi0 value for ji.ic
flood lino of designs at special
prices for Holiday Presents.
BLACK DRESS SILKS.
Fine French Taffeta, Peau de Sole,
Paillette tie Sole, Satla Dachesse,
Bcngalluo, JIascotte, Moire Velours,
Moire Antique, Rich Brocades.
Blacks and colors, 4e and up
waid. DRESS GOODS.
Priestley's Blatk Dress Moods, In
nil their new popular weaves.
NOVELTY DRESS PATERNS.
All colors at clearing prices.
510 AMD 512 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
3-THE JOYCE STORES-3
Id1"" e 'flip I
Lackawanna Jv t NFiSE&M& - Penn R
9 Ave rJSZ trW jgvQ Avenue. R
A TEN POUND TURKEY FREE
W hat ;i woild ol Christmas cheer is expressed in these live words.
Most good stories come to the point at once. So doss this one.
A mammouth purchase of the staple toods, forming the great
"Joyce $5.00 Combination Qrocery Offer," quoted below, en-
H ahles us to s;ive everv person buyinn this complete order, A Ten
Found turkey, absolutely free with our compliments.
This challenge combinntion order would be a
money snver, without the Turkey,
25 Pound Sack Joyce's Best Flour $ .58
A Supciiut llrc.iil Mukir.
Half Pound Dunham's Cocoanut 12
The Standard of Kvc'lleui 0.
Five Pounds Creamery Butter 1.25
The Hoik Uotloin Pi lie.
Two Pounds Best Teas 1.00
Sulci llisu'ir .it 1,00 ,1 I'uuml.
Three Pounds 35c Empress Blend Coffee 1.00
It llii :i 11 l..,tii-lte I'l.r, or.
One Pound Joyce'3 Baking Powder 50
A3 Ciooil .is tlio II ",1.
Two 15c Bottles Extract, Lemon and Vanilla 25
.'.He Value An,uliere,
One Pound Assorted Spices SO
Miiuglli ill i:eiy On?.
Our Price ($5.00 Combination Grocery Offer) $5.00
10 Pounds Turkey at 15c per pound 1.50
prcat .") worth ami n
Pnnn-ai Pruned Provisions.
and tho second between the Sanderson
Hill Stars aud the I'rlcebtirg Stars.
Tho North End Stars journeyed to
Wllkes-Harro last evening to play tho
strong Ninth regiment basket ball
team at that place.
William Xutry, the m-ycnr-old son of
Mrs. Nc.ir.v, of Mary stieet, met with
a serious accident at the l.eggctt'h
Creek mine, Wednesday afternoon,
While riding on a car, he struck the
side of a tar on an adjoining trail; and
his face and body were badly lacerated,
He also received Internal Injuries.
Tho second monthly meeting of tho
Stationary Engineers union will be
held this evening in f.tonard's hall, All
inembrrs aie requested to be present.
The ladles of tho Maccabees held a
meeting in tho Auditorium ln.t even
ing. The North Und Olee club held a re
hearsal In O'Mulley's hull last evening,
which was hugely attended,
Miss Margatet Hart, who has been
tho guest of Mr, aud Mrs. A. F. O'lhiyle,
of West Market street, for the past few
dn', has returned to her homo In 1'ltls
ton. Ticket No. 3!) won tlio ilouhlo-barrtl
slioisjuu .tium'ul olf at tho S. ft S,
smoking parlors hist evening,
Odd Fellows' hall was crowded last
night with the many 'rl"iids of Colon
ial Council No, 27, Daughters of Amer
ica, when they conducted their annual
entertainment and Mie'al. A very In
teresting programme was iviidnml, af
ter which an orchestra furnished
dance iuut,lc which was enjoyed by
many of those In attendance. The pro
gramme follows: J'luni) solo, Mr.
Wuhlers; recitation, Miss Nettle Joresi
vocal stilt), Mlhs Huby Yost; recltat'on,
Miss Maud Devercaus; piano dirt,
Mrs. and Miss Uarber; recitation, Miss
Maud Hlldebrandt; vocal solo, Miss
Klsle Powell; recitation. Oladys Hull;
coon songs, Kyu Welsenllue; recitation,
Miss Ivucretla Snyder; vocal solo, Flor
ence Robertson, assisted by William
fJlllam, of New York city; plauo solo,
SHORT LENGTHS OF
At hnlf price, are splendid glftn
for Waists, Children's Dresses,
Short Skirts, etc.
New lino just arrived. All new
spring colorings. Plain, with salln
stripes: plain, with polka dots;
fancy with satin stripes, and fancy,
plain Chnllles. Many choice de
signs In single dress cuts.
CORDUROYS AND VELVETS.
lines In all the new
A pair of nice warm Blankets or
a flull'y Comfo'-tuhle would make
an exceedingly desirable gift.
rn . T- y-yn&ienr
wet to mA
$!..") '! urkey all for J.
Stetta rtarbor; recitation, Maud Hllde
brandf, piano solo, Ernest Bovard;
The Nay Aug Coal company has pro
vided a new nmbulance for their col
liery and also equipped It with an em
ergency hospital as requited by the
law which recently went Into effect.
rirorge Kills, a student at Princeton,
Is spending tho holiday recess at his
home on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. O'Connell, of Car
vllle, N. Y are guests at the home of
Juluf Co'eman 1 Dru'' r stieet.
Kev. Michael Manley, of Susquehan
na, "p-nt yesti rday In town,
William llahu, of Wes't Di Inker
street, Is s"fi'trlng from an acute at
tack of rheumatism,
Factory Inspector E. W. Ulshop has
li.irn ind'sposcd dm lug the past few
MILFS CLAnKE, who was very
known throughout the city, died
evening at the family home, .15
Kcine street, alter a week's Mlness with
typhoid fever. The dci'pusid was a
piomlnout member of Dhlsion No. I'O.
A. O, ., the John Mitchell club and
tho Volunteer Firemen's association
Together with tho into Senator Vaughn
ho organized St. Peter's Total Absti
nence society, which Is now one of the
largest In the cijy, Ho lived a clean,
honest llfo and made many warm
friendships In the several orpanlza
I Ions with which ho was associated.
Ho was tit one time engaged In tho
laundry business in West Si'ranton hut
of lato has been employed by the
I.ackawatmu lion aud Steel company
Ho Is survived by his mother and the
following brothers and sitters: John,
of Hutte, Montana; Patrick, ox-Councilman
M, E. Clarke, Hannah and Jen
nie, of Scranton; Mis. A, P. Moran, of
Kingston, and Mis. M. F. Whalen, of
PHH..IP SCHNE1DEU, a well-known
resident of the South Side, passed uwuy
Kid Gloves mag
be exchanged for
correct sizes af
You won't make a mistake If
Linens are your choice for gifts,
A nice dress pattern of a pretty
design In Percale or Dimity would
be a very acceptable present.
A nice suit of fine Underwear
would inako a very seasonable gift,
or some of our line
Silk Waists, Petticoats,
Toilet Articles, Novelties, Etc.
From Wo to S22.G0. Initials en
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M. ltIS, tciSPs an J Manigd'.
A. J. DUFFY,. Buj. Manager.
S.idml.iy Xlitlit ami Spe1I.1l narfriln t'Jy Matinee,
i:c r.Mitnii 21, mot.
Annml Ditrascnicnt of tl'e worlel-fimid
In their Spectacular Pantomimic Come'ly, tlit
New 8 Bells
An cvcilasliiiir nicies. Tenth soason! New
better linn cum!
Pliers: Kwiilner, l'.'m., 50e., Trie., nnel J1.0O.
."ppcl.ll Mitiiuc pilre-,: ''," ami .10 eenHi rlilN
elrcn to any part nf ttie Ii'mim', 15 cent. Ilriii!
.ilnnir the cliilihi'ii; lln'.v will rnjny S UU.L-il
Seals on sile 'IliuiMl.iy iiioinlng at I) o'clncU.
oxi: xifiiir o.m.v. ti-i:suay uixuMnr.n 31.
Mr Charles Frohman, Presents
Eelnanl V.. Uu-e'i dramatisation nf Hie faimui
With E. M. Holland in the Title Bol
Prices, Sc, Me , 75c, S1.00, S?l.a0.
Keats em sale Satuiclay at 0 a, in.
Academy of flusic
M. IiElS, Lenee. A. J. Duffy, Mana.oi
lli'ifinnins Tluiifdiy, December 10.
Id a Woman's Pouter
Matinees Friday and Saturday.
IMcOT Niehls, 3c, 2.?., S3, ami 50e.
I'riei" Matinee, l!je. ami ae.
line Solid Wie.li, lliginuiiig Monday, Dec L'.ird
Gil NEY-HOEFFLER CV
Price, Xiijlit, 10, 'JO ami :,U cenlj.
I'i!ce5-M,itnus JO and '10 cent!.,
(.'l.rUnu-, Mitineee, 10, -jn and ill cents.
L'luktnia- Miilit, 10, '-l, i0 and 60 cents.
Al V a. IirniUVfiTOS Manaiir
TIIL'llaDAY, I'lllDAY AND SATURDAY.
Matinee Ilu'ry Day.
yesterday, after eight weeks' illness.
Death was due to cancer. The deceased
was HO years of age, and Is survived by
a wife and four children, thtee sous and
one daughter, as follows: Mrs. Oscar
IJudenbaeh, Cieorge, Philip and Charles
Schneider. The funeral will tako place
tomorrow at p. in. from the family
residence, -OS Cedar avenue,
MUS. ANNA CIKAHAM, nged 67
years, tlletl yesterday morning at her
home, DS Third street. She Is survived
by one son, James Graham, The fu
neral will take place from Holy Cross
church tomorrow afternoon. Inter
ment will bo made in tho Cathedral
Resumption of Sunset Limited Sev
vico Between New York, Phila
delphia and San Francisco, Sea
Commencing November 30 and each
Tuesday, Thiusdiiy and Saturday
thereafter, the Washington and South
western Limited, operated dully be
tween New York, Philadelphia and
New Orleans via tho Pennsylvania
Halhond "ml Southern Railway, leav
ing Philadelphia, llroad street station
at G,03 p. m., composed of ellnlng, Full,
man drawing-room, sleeping, observa
tion upd library cars, in addition
will carry a special Sunset Limited An
nex Pullman drawing-room compart
ment slc ping car to connect with the
Sunset Limited operated between New
Orleans aud S.in Francisco.
The celebrated irans-contiucntni ser
vice offered by these luxurious trains
makes a trip to the Pacific coast not
only very quick, but most delightful.
Charles L. Hopkins, district passen
ger agent, Southern Railway, 32S
Chestnut street, piuiaueipnia, win ii.
pleased to furnish all Information.
The True Southern Route,
Tim mnsr eonifoi table anil ellieer.
route to all points south and south-
west is via mo 4uw -ciHcy -i'iiira,
Oiile iinei chniiuo of cars between
Scranton and Charleston, Atlanta,
Jacltonvilli. fe .vuhiihi -ttiiwu.,
New Orleans aud all other prominent
Pullman service mi. cneiru route,
nniv nun cliim-i) of cars to St. LoulfJ
Cincinnati, i.ouisviue, en-.
Quaker City Express leaving he.
ton at 7.30 a, m winces-nurro aij
a. in.. anivt'S at Plillaiieiphla tl
noon, Washington at ,.w p. in. j
solid vestibule tram wnn runmii
fet Parlor Car. J. fc. bwisn'
District Pass. Agent, Scti