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Tliia HC'UANTOS- T1UBUNJ3- MONDAY, JANCARV G, 1002.
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It starts today and bear in mind everything advertised here is of the very newest style for this season's wear. These sales are planned by us twice
every year, with the determination to clear our stores of all this season's styles. But miles of words will not convince you. "Its real worth, true merit
and prices below your expectation that counts. You'll get these if you take advantage of this Charing Sale Announcement
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$3 Fine Bd.v Calf with full
double sole and heel, extra heavy
shank. Special for .,
Clearing Sale fyZ.&ij
$2.50 Shoes, Strong Box Calf Extra
Heavy Sole. Reduced In price for this .
Clearing Sale to tyj,. U(J
$4.01) Shoes in
Kid, Enamel and Patent
for this sale
BOX Calf Black Vlci
$5 Fine Shoes in Wax Calf. Enamel Box
and Crome Patent, all reduced for this sale .
Nov selling at '. Jp4.0U
Fancy Ribbed Underwear Reg
ular made and finished. Fifty-cent quality reduced
Natural Grey Wool, Fleece Lined,
double breasted. Price reduced to 3 VC
SI. 50 Manhattan Shirts All this
season's latest patterns. Reduced to VoC
jpz.uu i lannaium anirts New
est patterns. Reduced for this Clearing Sale to,
$ 1 .48
In small) lots only a fewiof ,
each pattern. Reduced to
$1.00 Shirts New patterns only arrived from the factory a
month ago. We have marked them for this sale
$1.00 Woolen Sweaters. Reduced to
$i Suits In neat Fancy
Worsted patterns, Clearing Sale
$12 Suits In Fancy Tweeds
and Worsteds. Clearing Sale Price
$15 Suits Silk Mlxe'd Worst
eds and Cassimeres. Clearing Sale
Si8 Suits In Fine Cloth
Qualities. Clearing Sale Price,. .
$20 Suits The Newest
Cloth styles. Clearing Sale Price ,
$28 Suits Fine Custom
Tailoring. Clearing Sale Price ....
$12 Overcoats In Medium q,
Chesterfield length, now reduced to. . $). 90
$15 Overcoats Full Box Yoke d,
style. This clearing Sale Price $9.90
$18 Overcoats In the Swell
Yoke Style, broad shoulders, re-
ducedto $1 1.90
S20 and $25 Overcoats In
Fine Cloth Qualities, now reduced . . .
$30 Overcoats Fashion Plate
Styles, and best cloth qualities, re-
duced to $20.00
All Displayed in Our Windows.
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$2.50'Reefers now selling at $1.90
$3.00 Reefers now selling at 1.90
$3.50 Reefers now selling at 2.40
$2.00 Suits now selling at $i..j5
.$2.00 Suits now selling at 1.55
$2,50 Suits now selling at 1.80
Boys9 Ulster Collar Reefer Overcoats
$2.50 Overcoats at.
$3.50 Overcoats at.
$4.00 Overcoats at.
$4.50 Overcoats at.
$7.00 Overcoats at.
$10.00 Overcoats at
Bovs' Chesterfield Box vercoats
$3.50 Overcoats at $2.40
$5.00 Overcoats at 3.90
$4.50 Overcoats at 3.15
$6.00 Overcoats at $4.25
$8.00 Overcoats at 6.48
$ 1 0.00 Overcoats at 7.80
A lot of Ladles Fancy Handled Umbrellas that
were sent here by the manufacturers for our holiday
trade. Prices all reduced for this .
Clearing Sale $1.19
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$1 Gloves, either lined or unlined
"Moca" or tan goatskin, now reduced to
$5.00 Fur Driving Gloves-
with corduroy. Price reduced to
IIS 1 i
YttM . -. Sij w
Gauntlet cuff, lined
You will find in our Furnishing Department many of the
needful things not mentioned here at Clearing Sale prices.
25c Woolen Hose, now reduced to
$6.00 Dress Suit Cases, now marked ....
$2,00 Dress Suit Cases, now reduced to.
The News of C&thnd&te
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware and Hudson Railroad.
November 21, 3P01,
Trains leae Carbondale at tit) stilion sn fal.
Tor Siranton ami WIIKevI5aire-(!.0i), T.00, S 00.
f'.Ol, 10.01. 11.21 a. in , 1.00. 1.4 :, 2.W), H.M,
COO, 7.00, 10 01, 11.00 p. in.
Sunday tiaim Ieac at S.X, 11.21 a. in.; l.ll,
2.10, 5 50. S.OO p. m.
Tor Albany, Saiatoja. Montreal, no-Ion, New
liiRland points, etc., 7.00 a. in.; "' l'i '"
Tor H'ajinart an J Honcailale, 7.2J, 11.01 '"
E.51. O.U p. in.
iunday trains leaie Wajnmt ami llone.iHW
ut 0.30 a. in.; 4.K p. in. .,
Train? arric at Carbondale Irom WilUs-BiW
mid Scianlon ai follows: Cifl. S.'J7. V-'J). 10
m.j 12.S7, 2.0(1, 3.13, J.23, 0,03, 7.01, S.SI, U.-l
11.07 p. m.j 2.03 a, in.
Sunday tralni arrho at 0.27 a. m ; 1M0. 3-l3
.2S, 0 20, 11.00 p. in.
Sunday tralni arrhc at Carbondale fiom nay
mart and Honesdalo at 12.17 ami 7.M p. m.
New York, Ontario and Western.
. Sept. 17, 1001.
Irabu leavn Carbondale for fecranton at 7.00 a.
in.; .00 p. m.
feunday tiains at 7.00 a. m.; 0.00 p. in.
Iralns leae Oarbondile for polnti north at
11.10 a. in. On hiinday at 0.10 a. in. 'liaim
leavini; t 11.10 a, in. week dajs and U.10 a, in.
bundajj maUo connections for N'cw Vorl., Coin
Trains arrive from Scranlon at U.10 a. in.; B.tO
p. in.; from points iioitli, 4 00 p. in. bundajs
from Scranton at D.10 a. ru. and ".l'i p. m.;
from Cadoia at 0.00 p. in,
I' Erie Railroad,
1 .Juno 2J, 1001,
l(atnj lce city station, Carliomlale, dally
(inttept Sundai) at 7.00 a, in. and l.sy p. in. lor
UifiiUt and Mncieli; at ..!Ja a. in., ifally (c.v
' 'cftftvt Sundaj), lor HlnKliaiutnii. maUine eon
necljorts for New York ilty ami lluffalo, and at
6.10 p.om. for biisijiieluima, nuking tonnectlous
for naltern points.
Sunday, trains at 9.11 a. m. for rubnnclianna,
with ugjtcrn tonncctloiii, ami 0.27 p. in,, with
Trains jirrhe at S.53 a. m. and R.iS p, in.
Nindajs aM a, m.
Will Open iriBuike's Holl on Mon-
.day Evening, Jnnunry 13 Some
Novelties tp ,Be Offeied,
' Tlie vmious committees In cimigu of
the project aru exceedingly nctlvu anil
enerselo In muialuUliiK the details o(
the fair of the Columbia hose c-oinpnny
Avlilcl; will open In 'Burke's hull ji
JMonJuy night of next week.
' Tho numo Columbia Is popular till
ovor tho city nml when thu coiupuny
liaa anything to imnauneg or io oiter
the public there Is always the keenest
Interest dlspluyed, Tl)(t Interest is mjt
jacking on this occasion and .so the
pub)l Is looking forward to'tho open
ins nleht, which will be the beginning
of it week of amusement tud plvitsure.
The Columblaa always ia.vo ijoyel,
ties to oftTef when tliey uwlgrtak'e to
enliu'tain on a bioail scale, such as will
be true of this week. In the lirst plate
the customary paiade on tho opening;
will be "cut out." Whatever expense
this fetilme might leach will thus be
saved anil turned to good advantage in
providing eiiteitdiument for fair pat
ions. The feature of the week will be
the Mozait orchestra which will pio
vide dance music. The dance has been
oted the most popular of fair diver
sions and with this In mind the oiches
tra was piocured to play tho most pop
ular waltzes and two-steps.
There will be an array of articles to
be disposed of by chance, chief nmonpr
them $23 in gold, the chances on
which will be ten cents.
TO REPUBLICAN VOTERS.
in the city and for that icason I hope
you will consider this a personal appeal
on iny pait for your suppoi t. Your vote
or any other favor you may extend
will be appreciated veiy highly. Jf
elected to this position I shall by a
feat less endeavor to piopeily fulllll the
trust, attempt to show my uppieclution
of the Lonlldunce leposed in me by the
taxpayers. In the collection of the
city taxes, one of the tieasuier's most
important duties, I promise you theie
shall be absolutely no disci iniinatlons.
Yours for success, J. X. fielder
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the oillee of clly treasurer subject
to the will of the republican -oteis at !
tho pilmary election botweon the bonis I
of i and 7 p. m. on Saturday, January
11. In asplihiK to this olllce I stand
solely upon my own merits, represent
ing no taction or clique of the p.uty.
In the past I lmv not seen lit to sick
public Dfllto but I now earnestly so
licit the suppoi t of the party, If nom
inated and elected I .shall endeavor to
admlniHter the affairs of tho olllce
without fi'iir or favor, Yoms for suc
cess, j. x Odder.
A Eonner Cavboudnlian.
Harry J. Fork-en. formeily of this city
but recently of Omaha, Nub,, whole ho
Iihh been private secietary lo Jleclmnl
cal ICiiKineer l. N, Jiibbltts, has re
signed his position there lo accent a
inoio lucrative one in Now Yen It city,
wheie his mother lives. Ho passed
throush heio yesteulay and stopped
over to see old fi lends, and will pm
tet'il to Now York (his inoiiiliifc-.
Meetings of Tonight.
School boat el,
Olho J.euf Indue, Odd IVIIuws.
Typogiaphleal union, No, 'SM,
Federal union. No. 701.
Hranch C:i, J-ettor Cnuleio' associa
tion. Youns Men'n Inslllute,
i'utilotie Order Sons of Ameilru.
To the Uepublicun Voters:'
i'ou me no doubt itwuru that I am
a candidate for the 'Uepublicun nom
ination for city tieusmer, Owing to
the short time lemulnlng before pilm
ny day It will, peiliups, be Impossible
for me to persotmlly visit every 'voter
SALVATION OF AMERICA
Prediction Made by Rev. J. J. Cur
lnn, of Wilkes-Bane, President of
the Scranton Diocesnu Union of
the C. T. A. U in His Talk at
the Eirst Quaitely Convention of
the Eh st Distilct The Tendency
of the Times Otler Convention
The fca tu it' of tlie (list iiuurtmly
convention of the Fhst tllstiict til' the
Sfcoud niocc-nu union uf tlie Cntho
li! Total Abstlut'iui' Union of Anieilca,
wlilch was held In ft, Uose hall yester
day afternoon, was the addicts made
lo llio delegates by How J. J. Ourran,
of WIlltL'S-llaue, psefldent of the Dlo
Father Curran, in e.xpie3lug his
opinion em the prcs-ont social coudltlmiHr
in Ameiii-a, deulauil that the student
of afl'aiis iiiuld nut help but teel that a
great ihaugo must come In the ms
toms of fjjclety. "There Is uuch a
dowuaid tide," sold he, "that the pre
diction that I am going to make, I feci
ceitaln ou will see fullllled befo.'e the
end ut llfteen years. The uupiere
dented pieibpeiity that we are enjoying:
If coffee tampers wittf your
heart or -nerves, suppose you
break away for 10 days and
see how much better you feel.
You can make the job easy
and pleasant jf you take on
Be siire to have it well
boiled to bring: out the flavor
and Food value.
as a nation has caused much money to
ih If t or be divei led into wiong chan
nels... 3Ien who cannot think for them
selves are misusing- their earning.
They are tinning them into the' giog
shops. Drink and consequent dcnra -lty
aie on the Inctcase. With tho con
tinuation uf pwispeiity It will Increase
until 'the sient mon, the thinking- men,
the men at the heads of trusts and the
great leadeis if thought, will employ
nobody, they will turn to nobody, but
tho man who is a lotal abstainer. They
will become so disgusted thai they,
themselves, will take the pledge. This
is the prediction that I will make. The
total absialnence movement will come
to be legauled as the grandest thing
ever Inaugurated. It will come tu be
icgnrdcd by thefe rieu as the savior of
the country; the pledge will be llio sal
MUlon of America,
"T. P. O'Connor," continued Father
Cm j on, "declared a few days ago, thut
Jhiglund was degenerated In the social
scale. Diunkeunesh was fearfully on
the ipcteuie: It extended Into eveiy
bianch or society, and if the influence
was nut clfecked, tw,ent.-ftve yen is
Horn now, Mi. O'Connor predicted, no
one but a total au-iainer could hold u
Saloon Not the Cause.
Father cumui, In the loiuso of his
talk, I'xpresred a belief that Is not
Mmied by a good pait of the iiu-iubeis
of tht) union. In fact, he coutcsscd
that thu belief was not alwajs held by
himself. This was that the saloon was
not the cause, It was the effect it the
diinklug hubti. Man's habit, his doslie
for ill ink was the cause. This cotulu
slon was reached. Father ( 'tin an said,
since he became nethe in the (tiuso of
the Catholic Total Abstlnenco union
and had better opportunities to study
siulul comlltk ns.
Two Weeks' Pay Bad.
Among tho euuses that spiead the
drink evil. Father Curran held, was the
two weeks' pay, which is lu vogue hi
this section. Jt gtes men the idiaiuo
to handle money oficucr, men who ate
Incapable of thinking for themselves,
ami Is an Institution or stop to
sliengthon the dilnk ell. Tm two
weeks' pay Is a goon thing-, peihnps,
but In tlie hands i f most men It b a
means of dlvertliuj more money into
the L-ashtboNcs of Hie gins shops than
Is spout for the necessities of Hie.
Father Curran said tonio thitus sar
castic about the saioonkeepeis and
their bartenders louulng themselves
Into lubor unions. They are so irlenil
Jy to the working man, to solicitous
of him, that they unleniUe lu order to
appeal mom strongly tor his money, Jt
was amusing, he said, how they posted
the plctuii's of labor leaders on saloon
windows; and, it is i elated that be
cause a certain brewer was seen ildlng"
on a Sciunton stteut car, his ber was
turned out of all the saloons of the
I'liminitnlty, They were so solicitous of
Father Uui run 'Qiicluded with sttumg
woids of encouragement to tiie dole
gats, declaring that w bile prospei ity
smiled on one side and depi-ail, fol
lowing: di Inking, above wus total ab
stinence, far bejond the reach of these
linhicnc'.'s. "Rravo" was what the to
tal abstainer would be called In the
days not far oil' and "btavo'' was what
Very Hew T. F. CotlVy, V. O , nho
addressed the delegates, uiglug them
to make use of the encigy that comes
nt this time of the year and endeavor
to swell the mniy of total abstalneis.
Business of the Convention.
'Theie wus but little business dis
posed of dining thu convention. A
good deal of time was wasted dlf cussing-
a debate, which was suggested by
Mr. Itellly, fiom Archbald, in plaie of
the euchre, which was abandoned. It
was decided lo hold the debate In Car
bondule, between lcpresentatlves fiom
Carbondale societies and debaters se
lected by Mr. Jlellly. The detulhi aie
to be agreed upon by a comniltteo fiom
the Caiboudule societies.
Befoie this was decided upon, Mr.
Itellly save one of his characieilstie
speeches, lu which he pitched Into the
delegates for their apathy lu the eauti
of tho union.
Tho Irsitutlon of St. Patrick's socie
ty of tho South Slue, to hold the ue.;
convtntlon under Ks auspices, was ac
F.uher ciii'J.in made suveial uutfges
tlons, which tlie louventliiu acted on.
Among them, was the decision to scud
the histoiicul ilaia of the societies uf
tho dlocesu tu Timothy HurUe, of
Serunton.who will arrange und furwnid
the samo to llov. Dr. McSweeuey, of St.
Mary's college, Ummettsburg. Md., who
Is compiling a hlstoiy of the total ab
stinence movement in this country.
The delegates ah'o piovlded for the dls-
llkls shuio of the expense of the topics
of Aicliblshop li eland's addiess, dellv
eicd ni tho last national ((invention.
These topics will be distributed In the
towns of tho district next Sunday. Tho
delegates wuto iufuuned that the boiud
of government u now coiisldeilng the
atnendmeutH lo the constitution, and
ihnt by Mitich 1. tho icvlsed coiutllu-
tlou will bo icady lor submission to
William I'K-I, of tills city, pr.-sldent
of the illstilct. was chulrinan. un the
stage, iluilnK ihe pioceediugs, weie
Joseph aienuon, Cuiboudalo; Distilct
Ticusurer ,fohn McDonald, li'orest City;
William .Mnlloy, I'ui'boadale, dloeetan
treu&urci; M. F. Ollioy. Aichbald, dio
cesan secietary. John Itellly, P. J. Mc
Donald, Aichbuld, distilct tmstees;
YI1IIuiii (lllroy, Aiehlmld, diocesan
tlrst ilco piesldent; J, C. nnllasher,
Sciantou, ex-vice piesldent,
After the convention, thu delepalbs
partook of thu hospitality of St. Aloy
slus society, of this clt, at it tcpust
well served by the youag ladles. Spine
bright talks followed, tu thu evening-,
lliem was an entertainment in Si. Uose
hull. The participants weio Misses
Kate Flannelly, Anna Ihown, .M.1111I0
Cannon, May Matlltt, Blodwln Davis,.
Nora Nealon, M. Keainey and Joseph
I,, battle, Fuiu'iv Kiampf, Thomas
Connell, Frank Maimlon. Vury Itev. T.
F. Coii'ey and ex-A'ke President J. C.
UOSC013 VAIL, aged S3, a founer
well known lesldent of Carbondale, died
lu Vnlondulo Satuiday morning.
Mr. Vail was boin In Gieeulicld
townahlp and leslded In this city al
most all Ills life. Twenty ye.ns ago he
was Internally lnjutcd in a powder
mill explosion at .Teimyu and has nev
er been able to do any manual labor
since. Recently he lulled rapidly und
some flnie ago lie took up his resi
dence with his sou In I'niondnle, where
he passed away. Ills wife suivivcs him
and the following sons: S. II. Henry
and .Tusper of this city; Frank of Mich
igan; Andiew. Vull, Fnlondale and
John Vnll, .lerniyn. One daughter,
Mis. Phoebe Holmes, also sun Ives
The deceased will be taken fiom
Unlondulo Tuesday niomlutr. at J0.U0
11, m. to this tlty and thence to the
lamlly plot Jn Grceuileld wliPie iiucr
ment will take nlaie.
MRS. MARTUV M'DOXAI.D, of
Siott stieet, died Saturday shoitly al'
ler noon, after a shott Illness of pneu
liiouia. Silo had been mauled but eight
months, having been wedded in Lan
caster. Since coming heio s.je made
unmet ous fi lends who sincerely 1 egret
her untimely death. The deceased will
be taken fiom tho late hotno at S.oO
this moinlug and conveyed ou- the D.
& II. iuv Lancaster, wheie interment
will take place.
Her husband miiUvih her and her
patents who llvo in Lauuistei,
FEAST OF THE EPIPHAfY,
Today is tlie Feast of the Hpiphuny,
an inipoitant teas'f day lu tho catholic
church, tliuuah nut a holiday of obli
gation. Hplphuuy is legauled as the leal
Christmas In tho Catholic church, for It
was on this dttv that tlie three wise
mon, or kings, from the east came, as
liibplicd, and paid homage to t,he new
born l.inir. Yesterday lu St. Rose
church, the pastor, Viry Rev. T. F.
Colfoy, V. ("1.. dellvi'led u. sermon that
dealt with the slgnllltauco of the least.
In the com so uf his setjnon, Father
eolfey pointed out the beauty of learn
ing, when coupled with virtue, Noth
ing is mote beautiful lu all the -world
of beauty than learning and virtue on
the same seat.
Thu musses lu Olivers unco of the Ijpi
phany at St. P.oso church will be at 7
and T.3U ibis inonilua.
A Generous Offering,
At the musiiiia in St. Rose chuic-h
yesterday, thu uimQiiueement wiiginuila
Unit the Chilgtmns collfclion amounted
lo $1,600. This sum, which will go Into
tho chinch fund, was gratefully ac-i
knowledgod by the pastor. Very Rev.
T. F. Coffey.
THIS EVENT WAS ENJOYED.
Happy Bhthday Celebration by th?
"Whatsoever" Class, at Mrs. Tall
man's. January :: wan a piully cold day, but
It found the membeis of the "Whats-o-evcr"
(hiss wciullus their waj- alonft
the icy lo.uls.wlth baskets and bundle,
till they arrived nt the homo of Mis
Tallmau, on Highland avenue, to wlsjh
bur many happy leturns of her births
day. A merry, hapiiy nowd enjoyed tte
beautiful dinner. The time wus haJT
plly silent lu sewing, chatting- and slng;
injr. TJioso of the "Whatsoever" clasi
prpsent were; Mosdumes KstubrooR,
Rowcu, W. Davis, B. Dlmmlck, Hotael,
AVatklns, Dateniun, Davenpoi-t, Faatz,
F, I.amoieaux, Ilolgute, C. Wright. I.
Xewton, Tollman, 1 DaIs and Mlsa
Davis; also Mesdames J. Lanioreaux
S. Kuse, Ruuklns, Tnllman, C. Carlton,
Harney M. Hughes, Annie Hughes,
Lottie Davis, Peail Rowen, Johnnie
nateman, Rutherford WutkhiB.
TIIE PASSING THRONG.
Leon Illy lias loturned to college at
ICmuious L. l'eck Is visiting his par.
ents, on 'Washington sticet.
Jlrs. O, D. Shepherd Is visiting
ti lends ut Danville, Pa.
John Raldwln, of Jersey City, Is visit
ing his sister. Mis. William Diniison
of Park street. Alter stnyhiff hero foi
a few days, he will be met by hit
miner, anil notn will moceeil to Chi
cago on a business tt lu. The Messrs.
Raldwiu 111 u pioprietma of the huge
milk business of that nnnio in New
John Abbott, of Wllkes-IJurre, spent
Sunday with his patents, on Spring
Chris HtovMt, of the Now York cand
store, Is spending a few days In New
Miss Maine Dougherty, of Olyphant
Is tho guest of Miss Agnes Colcniau, til
the West Side.
.Mr. and Mis. Peter Cununlngs unci
sou, of Scranton, spent Sunday In Cai-bomhile.
Petei A. Coleman, of Stiantou, bpepl
Sunday at his home on the West Sltk
Mr. and Mis. J. J. O'Hoyli, of Vlu
stteet, Sciunton, weie the guests c
u-luthes in ibis cltv jestcrdaj
Mis. P. A. Carioll and ilillchcn m -
home, alter a brief lsit lu Houesdub.
Patilclc Munley, of Scranton, spei
jtsiotiuiy with his sUtei. Mis, Geoi
Wa iter, of Hole Ar neton
P. F. Powdeily. of Wllkes-Uuiil
spent yesterday at his home In
John Von Beck, of South Main ati
who luih been dungctousty elcll