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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1902.
IN THE REALM
SITUATION OP AFFAIRS IN THE
WEST SCRANTON WARDS.
Caucuses Will Bo Held This Even
ing In the- Fourteenth nnd Twenty
first Wards St. Tnul's Pioneer
Corps Install Ofllcors nnd Hold a
Smoker Funerals of Alfred Hen
shaw, David Prlco and Thomas
Clarke Nows of tho Churches.
Other Matters of General Interest.
Candidates have boon nominated by
both parties In nearly all of tho West
Kcrnnton wards for the various ward
oillces, to bo elected at the February
election, and the Interest Is now natur
ally becoming of a general character.
In the Fourth ward the 'Kepubllcnn
nominees will hnvi a walk-over, as
little or no opposition will be developed.
David 15. Kvans will be returned to se
lect council, and W. W. Evans, 13. AV,
Searing and Evan Evans to the lower
The Democrats of the Fourth ward
have nominated Judo Moshier for se
lect council: .lames Mcllalo and Pat
rick CSlbbons for common council, and
Jllehacl Finn for constable.
The Republican nominees in the Fifth
ward will also have un easy time of it,
as no opposition will be developed to
School Controller J. II. Phillips, Alder
man Eezalccl Davles and Constable
Select Councilman John E. Regan,
Democrat, will be returned from the
Sixth, and Common Councllmen P. F.
Calpln and John "McGreovy will have
Thomas Cosgrove, selectman from
the Fourteenth, and Common Council
man William Ourroll will have oppo
sition from the Republicans, who will
caucus this evening, the same time the
Democrats will be in conference. Frank
IJenoro has been mentioned for the se
lect council by the Republicans, but It
Is understood that he will not be a can
didate. Alderman John P. Kelly, of the
Eighteenth ward, who was defeated re
cently for the re-nomlnatlon by cx
CouncIIman James F. Xoone, will be
an Independent candidate for tho ofllce,
and promises to make a lively fight.
The Rcrmbllcans are few and far be
tween In the ward. Councllmen Thomas
O'Boyle and William Rush will be re
turned. The victory of Ellas E. Evans for the
re-nomlnation of school controller in
Dttiottr's French Tar
Will promptly relieve and Fpccdily care
coughs, colds and all lung trouble. Tor
tale by 0. W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
You Are Prepared
Nay, you naturally expect to buy Winter Coats and
Wraps now, for less money than was asked in No
vember and early December, but to get '
The Most Stylish Garmsnts of
The Season at Half Price
Is a little better than could be reasonably expected,
and yet that is precisely what we are doing uow, and
the offer holds good for ten days from date.
Our Raglans for Ladies
Are the admiration of the city. The variety is un
limited, the cut and tailoring are perfect, the materi
als and colorings are in strict accordance with. Dame
Fashion's decrees, and we guarantee perfecting gar
ments to every buyer.
These Swagger Raglans
Are plain aud full with semi, or tight fitting backs.
The materials include Fine Veuetians, Covert Cloths,
with plain or fancy backs, Kerseys, Etc., Etc., while
the color list includes Oxtord or Cambridge Greys,
Browns aud Browu Mixtures, Tans, Modes, Castors
T;he Sale of Raglans
Begins This Horning, and
Don't Forget That ...
Prices Are Cut in Two
the Fifteenth ward, practically makes
him nn ensy winner, ns it Is not likely
that his opponents will run Independ
ently, and there will bo no Democratic
Tho light for school controller In tho
Twcnty-Ilrst ward wilt bo waged be
tween Orlfllth T. Davis nnd Edwnrd J.
Leonard, tho present Incumbent, nnd
promises to develop into a lively con
test, as Mr. Davis Is undoubtedly the
strongest candidate the Republicans
can nominate. The Republican caucus
will bo held between 4 and 7 p. in. to
day. The polls will not bo opened tomor
row, on account of there being but one
Republican candidate for tho ofllce of
city controller. The vigilance commit
tees of the various wards arc. how
ever, Instructed to elect vtatliintn for
tho ensuing year tomorrow and report
them to the convention of return judges
to be held on January 15, at 2.80 p. m.
Alarm, from Box 35.
Tho fire nlarm from Box 35, corner of
Main avenue and Jackson street, at 1.25
o'clock, 'yesterday afternoon, was occa
sioned by a slight blaze In St. Lucie's
Italian Cathollo church, on Chestnut
street. The Humes were extinguished,
however, befqre tho firemen reached the
scene. The damage was Insignificant.
In turning the corner of Jackson and
Chestnut street tho Columbia Chemi
cal wagon's rear right wheel gave way,
throwing Captain Myers from his seat.
Permanent man Chase jumped. Roth
were uninjured. The team turned the
corner nnd was stopped a short dis
Chief Ferber recently condemned tho
ncver-slip tires used on the chemical
engine. It was necessary to procure
nnother wheel to return the engine to
the company's quarters.
Two Police Cases.
John Ford, of Scranton street, was
re-arrested again early yesterday morn
ing for abusing his family and locked
ill) in the stntion house. lie will bo
given a hearing this morning.
Jack "McNally, of Hand's court, a
member of the famous McNally family,
which has a record In police court, cre
ated a disturbance at Patrolman David
J., Davles' house, on Eynon street, at
5.30 o'clock yesterday morning. Ho
spent Sunday in tho police station, and
will probably leave this morning for a
brief stay in tho county jail.
St. Paul's Pioneer Corps.
The annual installation of officers
and smoker of tho St. Paul's Pioneer
corps was held In Y. M. I. hall yester
day afternoon, nnd a large percentage
of the membership attended. Walter
McNIchols Installed the ofilcers, as fol
lows: President, Daniel Lenahan; first vice
president, W. F. Sharp: second vice
president, B. J. Hore: financial- secre
tary, W. F. Riley; recording secretary,
T. Jordan; treasurer, James J. Mahon;
marshal, J. F. Langan; directors, Pat
lick Healy, B. J. Hore, Patrick Wright,
W. F. Sharp, T. W. Earley; Investiga
tion committee, Frank Logan, J. M.
Regan. William Morrissey: auditors,
Walter McNlchols, M. T. Hogan, Will
iam Carson; guard, John Hart; cap-
tnln, John P. Murray; first lieutenant,
T. W. Earley; second lieutenant,
First Baptist Church.
At tho morning service of tho First
Haptlst church tho pastor, Rev. K. F.
Matthews, gavo a general review nt
the topics of the week of prayer, and
in tho evening ho preached from the
subject, "Tho Coming King." Uoth
services were very well attended.
On Wednesday afternoon the Ladles'
Aid society will hold their annual elec
tion of ofilcers In the church parlors.
Tho D. Y. P. U. have held their an
nual election of ofilcers and In a fow
days the topic cards for 1!)02 will bo
Issued, containing tho subjects, lead
ers, committees, ofilcers and much
meful Information regarding time of
church services, etc.
As soon as possible a printed report
of all church finances for 1901 will bo
placed In tho hands of all who deslro
them. This repoit, In book form, will
clearly show the financial standing of
Among tho Churches.
Tho choir of tho Plymouth church
sang an anthem, "Extol Thee, O Lord"
at last evening's service. Rov. Dun
can of Philadelphia, a Sunday school
missionary, preached at the morning
English services were held In the
Hellevuc Welsh C. M. church yester
day morning, and the evening service
wns conducted In the Welsh lnnguuge.
Tho sacrament of tho Lord's supper
was administered at the Jackson
street Baptist church yesterday morn
ing. In the evening Dr. do Gruchy
preached a sermon by request on
"Love First and Last."
Revival services are being conduct
ed In tho Hampton street Methodist
Eplscopnl church by the pastor, Rev.
Rev. Hugh Davis preached an Eng
lish sermon In tho South Main nvenue
Welsh Cahinistlc Methodist church
Rev. A. L. Earner, Ph., of the St.
Mark's Lutheran church, preached a
sermon last evening on the "Christian
Training of Children."
The choir of the Simpson Methodist
Eplscopnl church repeated their pro
gramme of Christmas music at last
Washburn Street Presbyterian.
The pastor will preach a series of
sermons each Sabbath morning this
month bavins decision-day, the last
Sabbath, as the special subject of his
discourses. Yesterday morning the
"Promise is to you and your children"
was tho text.
Special services will be held each ev
ening of this week, beginning promptly
nt 7.30 o'clock, lasting just one hour.
Every one will be cordially welcomed.
Messrs. S. li. Moot and E. A. Crut
tenden were re-elected as trustees at
tho congregational meeting last Tues
day evening. A committee will bo
named to formulate plans to improve
and repair the property.
Pew rental envelopes may be pro
cured from R. J. Williams or at the
The ladles will have an all day ses
sion on Thursday for the small sum of
Gama Xu society will meet this
evening at tho conclusion of special
Funeral of Alfred Henshaw.
Services over the remains of the late
Alfred Henshaw were held on Satur
day afternoon at the house, 110 North
Bromley avenue. The prayer service
wns conducted by Rev. D. D. Hopkins,
pastor of tho First Welsh Baptist
The remains were afterwards borne
to St. Luke's Episcopal church, where
Rev. Rogers Israel preached the fu
neral sermon. Anthracite eovneandery,
Xo. 211, Knights of Malta, attended
The pall-bearers and (lower bearers
were Frank Reese, Edward Haas, Wil
liam H.irtlett; Messrs. Moore aud
Hlghfleld, William PUtchaul, Rush
llernsinger, John Evans, of Rendham;
and William Dandle, of Plttslon. In
terment was made In the Washburn
Two Other Funerals.
Rev. Hugh Davis, pastor of the .South
Main avenue Welsh C. M. church, of
ficiated at the funeral of the late David
Price on Saturday afternoon. Serv
ices were hold at tho house on Koyser
avenue, and interment was made in
the Washburn street cemetery.
The funeral of tho late Thomas
Clarke occurred yesterday from tho
family residence on Roland avenue,
liellevuc. Short services were held In
Holy Cross church, and Interment was
made in the Cathedral cemetery.
Events of This Evening1.
Tho Woman's Homo Missionary soci
ety will meet In the Simpson Metho
dist Episcopal chinch on Monday even
ing. A regular meeting of tho St. Bren
den's council. Young Men's Institute,
will be held In their rooms this even
ing, A special meeting of the Electric City
Wheelmen will be held this evening to
consider the advisability of conducting
u minstrel performance In the near
Theio will be preaching service In Ihc
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
this evening, and every evening during
the week, except Saturday, by the pas
tor, Rev. H. C. McDermott.
Tho Oneida dancing class will con
duct a social In Washington hall this
General News Notes.
Tho team which the Electric City
Wheelmen expect to enter In tho
Northeastern Pennsylvania league
will be made up of Frank Wettling,
"Ueatty" Williams, David Owens,
Mont. Carpenter and Samuel McCruck
en, The Ladles' choir will not meet to
night for rehearsal on account of tho
Emll Paur concert.
Sterling, the nine-yenrrold sou of
Mr. and Mrs. George Thlrwell, of
Thirteenth street, was injured on Sat
urday whllo coasting near his home.
The Electric City social club held a
well attended dunce at Washington hall
A mixed choir was organized on
Saturday evening at Morgan's hall to
sing nt the Wooley temperance meet
ing on Feb, li,
Mrs. Steiner, of Mt. Pocono, who is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Heers, of
C70 North Rebeccu avenue, fell on tho
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a couch to run unlit it fc'i'tl bejciuil Ihc
imli of medicine. Ilicy often wy, "Oil, It vlll
wear una-," tut in incut u It x 1 1 1 w,-Jr
llifni away. Could Ihcy be induced to tiy Ilia
mcccsuful medicine tailed lump's iiiUim, vthhh
it sold on a pu.tltlto ejuaranteo to cure, Ihey
would Immediately sec the excellent i fleet of.
Irr takinir llm llr.t iloe. I'rlio -Jc. and Cue.
Trial !li(j (ice. At all drujuUls.
Used by pooplo of refinement
for over a quarter of a century,
ley pavement recently and fractured
her left arm.
A son was recently bom to Mr. and
Mrs. Christopher Jenkins, of 118
Soutli Uromley avenue.
Justin Smith, tho Lincoln Heights
druggist, Is recovering from a severe
Iiecker Urothers will Install a bowl
ing alley In the new Washington hall
Thursday evening every teacher In
the Biblo school Is requested to nttend
the special services at tho conclusion
of which nn important matter will bo
The Christian Endeavor society at
their meeting laBt evening elected tho
following ofilcers: President, Mrs. C.
H. Hall; vice-president, Rcatrlco
Long; recording secretary, Olive Bur
rall: financial seciotary, Martha Phil
lips: corresponding secretary, Mrs. H.
A. Nlcmpyor; treasurer, Roswell Phil
lips; chorister, Prof. D. A. Stone.
Secretary Dhnmlck rend the annual
report of the bible school for last year
at yesterday's session. r49 members
were enrolled; JG8C.72 totnl amount
received; J.018.3C paid out, all bills be
ing paid, leaving a balance on hand of
JCS.3G. The report, a very favorable
one Indeed, demonstrates that yet
there Is plenty of room for Improve
ment. SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Fourteen, Friends Elected Officers for
the Year Alderman John Lcntes
Is the President.
The Fourteen Fi lends met in the par
lors at Hotel Best, Saturday night,
when ofilcers for the ensuing term were
elected and other important business
transacted. The result of the election
was as follows: President, Alderman
John Lentes; vice-president, Andrew J.
Rest; treasurer, John Schunk: secre
tary, Ren F. Moore: financial secre
tary, William Kelsmor; steward, James
F. Rest; sergeant-at-arms, Albert
Three of the newiv elected odlclals
have held the same ofllce since the soci
ety was organized nnd so well do they
perform their duties that they are not
allowed to resign. They are: Messrs.
Moore, Schunk and J. F. Best.
The Fourteen Friends were organized
on Christmas eve, 1S0S, with fourteen
members, which has since Increased to
thirty. Not every one can join the
lanks of this society. No balls or
socials are ever held for profit, and
politics aio barred from discussion.
Onco a year a membership social is
held, when each member may dispose
of two invitations to outside persons,
for whom they must vouch. Such an
affair will lake place some time after
Easter, and tho arrangements arc now
In the preliminary stage. The "Friends"
arc noted for their hospitality and
goodfellowship, and the invitations to
their socials are always eagerly sought.
NUBS OF NEWS.
News was received on this side yes
terday fiom Pittsburg that Harry
Geiger, formeily of this place, had been
badly hurt In that city. His brother,
Joseph, started for Pittsburg at once.
A meeting of the Heptasophs" audit
ing committee was held at the homo of
George Frable last evening.
Washington camp, No. -130, Patriotic
Order Sons of America, meets this
Republican vigilance committees will
be selected tonight In the various elec
tion distilcls to serve for twelve
months. Those of the Second district,
Eleventh ward, are iequested to meet
In Huestt-r's hull tonight at S o'clock.
A meeting of the South Side Rowling
club will bo held this evening.
Many persons attended the rehearsal
of the J linger Maenneniior yesterday
afternoon In Schlmplf's hall, and their
singing was a pleasnnt surpiiso. In
the pvenlnir tho society went to St.
Thomas College hall, where the mem
bers sang at the pro-Roer rally.
Mis. T. J. Snomlen, of Sunset atcmii', irate an
altviiiooii tea S.itunlay In lienor of Icr ilaujth.
Tlie becoml incetln? of Ilia MUslon Sabbath
siliool of the (ileus Itidue I'tivhiliriati ilimch
js held In llio tinilillni? funnerly occupied m
on office by the (ilicn Hiilge dims cciiiiiiny
jcsteiday .iltrtnnon, ami lli whool w,t partly
oiitaiilteil, ila-,tM IioIikj formed and leaclicrs ap
pointed. OfrUcri will be circled at a future
incelliu:. 'Ihe atteniljiue jciteulay showed ,m
liicif.T.0 of fourteen ou-r that of t lie picecilinf
'Hie office of tho Heat t I.ul,c Ice company, of
which l.'dttard W. Finn Is manager, is fooii to be
located on Creen llldgo btieet, mar the Dela
ware, Lackawanna aud Western ficlsht dipot.
iP.hi8to tho Knights of Malta tnorliisc from
the Nettlttou bulldiuir on Urccn Ithl.-c Micct M
Masonic lull, Dlikiou utenue, .Modem WcoUmen
of America luto ilu'iucd their tueellni; nixlit
to the llri and third 1'iidjv etetiii'ijs of tiie
(lieen Illdgc lodge, l'rce and Accepted Mumiiu,
will hold their uiailar monthly meeting tlilt
eienlni; In Masonic lull, Diiksou avenue,
A, II. Thomason and II. I.. Jleiilman tetuined
Batutday fiom a my Miiict.-nl liiintlnr? flip in
Ihc Carolina. Mc,.s ThoiujMii and Mcrrl
men were absent about two mk ind bionij.it
hick about tno hundred lilrdi,
'llio annual consreiiaUoiial meetinc of th
(Ireen Itidgp I'rc-bjtulau clinic li will bo held
at Iho church tltU ccninif when tho leporti of
the dlffirent board will bo read and tho pie-,tlon
of chooslnsf two additional chuicli eldu will b
Uet'inning (hU evening meclliiifs v III be held
nt the Capoice nifoii etcry night tlilt week ev
Mcphen i:. Ailihman, of Momoy aicnue, it able
fo bo out again after u week'd tecrc llne..t.
Mifc. T. i Welti, of Washington avenue, is In
'I lit! unnual meeting of llio l.tulUV Aid society
of tin! Creen ltld,'o l'rc-bj lerian thuich will be
held at the dumb this afternoon at thrtii o'clock,
nt which time officers will b elected for the en.
eulnir j ear.
i. , I,
Man Who Passed Counterfeit Coin
Held for Court.
Joseph Strate. who was nrroHioit in
Plttston lost week for passing counter
feit sliver dollurs, was arraigned before
United States Commissioner Taylor on
Saturday nnd was committed to Jal
In default of 12,000 required for his ap
pearance beforo tho 'United States
court Bitting at Wllllamsport this
Strate gavo evldenco agulnbt Felix
Moscocovlcs nnd Stanley Androchlck
before United States Commissioner
Huhn In WIlkes.Durre nn Friday last,
testifying that they had supplied him
with the counterfeit coin.
DISTRICT CONVENTION OF THE
C. T. A. U.
It Was Hold In St. Mary'B Hall Un
der tho Auspices of the Father
Whltty Society Delegates Wore
Welcomed by Ilev. N. J. McManus.
Part of the Resolutions Adopted.
Next Convention to Do Hold In
Mlnooka Other Interosttnrr News
Notes of tho Dny.
In St. Mary's hall yesterday wns
held the thirty-second convention of
tho Second district of tho Catholic
Total AbBtlncnco union of the dloccso
of Scranton. It wan under tho auspices
of tho Father Whltty society, wns well
attended, nnd a number of matters of
Interest to the vnrlous societies were
The delegates were welcomed to
North Scranton by Rev. N. J. Mc
Mnnus, tho pastor of Holy Rosary
church, who said:
I bid you n cordl tl welcome to North Scranton.
I tlilnk in tliU heaity welcome I oiee the bc.it
dement In the community and cupec Lilly that
pail of It called Ihu 'Tour Hundred"-the Path
er Whltty joung men. They arc not cxchwlvc,
but Ihey want to make a luihlla ccntlmeut Hut
crjMnllzcd will .ay that the intempeuto mo rn
Intolerable nuisance, or at least u tiuKince hard
to bene. The 1'olhrr Whltty society welconicj
jou in the hope tint jou may Mugest meant to
abate that nuisance,
Viiltlng delegates anil lncinberii of the rather
Whltty society, would it not lie n good thing
to establish .1 labor biueaii In each noclety ci
pecially in foclitiet compod principally of
young men. "Put foiwnril the combined influ
ence of jour incmhern tu nccuie .1 position for
some joung man who is competent to fill creil
ltnbly the position sought. I think ewi) tiling
else being equal Ihc builnet men of our alUy
would glte the preference tc a total nbstaliu-r.
I think such a bureau would bo patronized lie
coiding to the reliability or high standing of the.
bureau. The details to-.vauls the pel feet Ion of
tilth a scheme would ftiniNh intcioling matter
for debate nt legular end quarterly meetings.
On the platform with Father Me
Munus, when the convention opened,
were Rev. Fathers Moylan and Holmes,
District President 3!. S. Lavello and
District Secretary Daniel Lenuhnn.
Short addresses were made by Fathers
Moylan and Holmes, and a few words
of encouragement also came from John
J. Dougher, of Archbald. The following
committees weie named by President
Ciodeiitlalv John l". Clavin, Thomaa ltellly,
Jamci I Liuelle.
Heolutions-T. W. Karly, C. W. Uaxler, MI
Anna Jim Kc and MUs Mary Ilalfeity.
The report of the committee on cre
dentials showed the following delegates
father Wliltlj' society, Piudrtcucc C. W.
IlaNter, Martin Column, Martin C'aanaugh, Pat.
lick Hart, 'ihomaa Nolan.
St. Mary's, South Mile MUh Sarah Cannon, An
nie Uuike, llridgrt Mackie, Urldgct l'jnell and
St. f.eo'it tocicly, We-t Stranton Iames Mur
phy, John Iluike, Patrick UucMcj , JaiiH', Mo
Uouough and .Michael Lee.
St. John's, l'inc llrook Patrick Quinii. V. .1.
Thomas, Walter O'Tooh-, Join Connois and itoh
St. Alo:i,is Cnikl, South Side Michael Smith,
Patrick McCann, William Poland, James 111.
wards and James ltrowti.
St. Paul'", (aeen Itiilge IMu-atil Haters, Tho-.
J. Cawn, I', I). Million, Martin rciguyju and J,
St. Cecelia's Ladies, West Scianton Marg.net
McAloou, Nellie McAnlinc. Mary Kalierty, Nellie
Smith aud Catheiiiic Uiady.
father Whltty Cadet", l'toilileiiec Ponili iel;
(ieriity, Anthony Millet, I'. J. I.oftus, J. Mm
taitgh and M. .1. Iltuett.
St. l'uil's Cnlits, (iieen llnlgc Julin 1". Hoi.
lerau, Juhn,l'. liawn, 1'. J. liuikley aud C. J.
St. MartV, It ot Memo Theodoie J. Shcrwiu, 1.
father Malhcw, West Piilc T. J. l'hiiiins, J.
J. Sweeney, M. J. Jciiniugi, J. C. Callagber anil
M. P. Walsh.
St. Alu.ttlu, South Side James K. Ailliur.,
Thomas Itlley, William Mooie, William l)inlel
ami Michael Kinuedy.
father Mtlliews Cadet. West Side M. I Sher
idan, .Tames, Kigali, M, 1. Wjmbs, Joint Mellilc
ami John Murphy,
SI. Mary' Cailtts, l'rotidenee James I.yudi.
St. Paul's Pioneer cot p.. West Side-'. M.
fatl.t, P. J. Hole, M. I'. Ctllkin, fiank Wal-h
and M. liug.'iu.
St. Patrick's. South Side Mamiie Diiggaii,
James I. Lavello, John Piady, John Mitock and
St, l'clu's, lSt-lle)iie .Tames McDniioiigh, Peter
J. (iallauhcr, P. II. M.ickin, Peter McDonongh
and W. I). McUonmigh.
St. l'etcr's CailiU, llcllowie M. J, Mifiulness,
M. J, Moune, Thomas Jttit'C, Thomas MiDouuiuh
and Joseph Kciiigan.
The reports showed that all the so
cieties are in good condition llnanclally
and as to membership. It was decided
to otfer a prize of $3 for the best paper
on total abstinence, to bo read at the
next convention, which will be held
under the auspices of St. Mary's
Ladles' society, of Mlnooka. Tho reso
lutions said among other things:
Me belleo tint the laillot uncietlcs are a
gie.it factor In piomotiiig the eaice of total ah
Ktiueucc and in., king intemperance odious mid
should rceieto mote support lioiu the male .
We also bellete that the cadet societies should
not be neglected for the cadet of todav will be
tin father Mathew man ot tomoiiow.
Wo it-i oiiniiiiKl tint some kind of amusements
he pi (Allied for the bin, ho that tliey may be
kept fiom the Micets and trained up In tho path
In which they .should giow :.o tiiat when they ate
old Ihet will lioL di pa it fiom It.
Rnlds by Police.
Saturday night a squad of police, in
charge of Lieutenant Palmer, swooped
down on the dhorderly houses of Mag
gie Montgomery, on North Main ave
nue, and that of Annette Hulcatt, near
tho Marvlne crossing.
In tho llrst-nanietl place they arrested
Mrs. Montgomery, Mary Moran, Thom
as Montgomery and Alex. Shuvratskle,
At tlu Hulcatt woman's place they
found tho proprietress and ITertha Me
Council, Patrick Hutldy and Michael
Murray. In police court yesterday
morning they were all lined by Police
Magistrate Fldler. Some paid aud
others hud to go to the county Jail,
David Androws, who was artested
Saturday night tor being drunk nnd
liibultlng young ladies, was yesterday
sent to tho county Jail for thltty days.
Hernardo Cluzssl, arrested for keeping
a speakeasy, was yesterduy fined $30,
which hu paid.
This evening tho much talked about
wrestling mutch will take place in St.
Mary's hull, between Abo Cocker and
Julius I'lsafer, of West Scranton. The
men will wrestle at 130 pounds, for a
purse of $100.
Abo Cocker nnd his brother, Charles
Cocker, arcs open to wrestle any one in
Lackawanna county, for 5100 a side,
TOLD IN A PEW LINES.
Albert Mollneaux, of Clark's Green,
has returned home, after a visit with
friends In this section,
David Hughes, the crack banket ball
Jonas Long's Sods
Monday, January 13th
The store and windows are all dressed in Virgin
White. This alone is worth a visit to the BIG STORE.
Once inside you will find the goods all laid out, conve
niently arranged and priced so reasonably that your
economic tendencies will be so aroused that you will
consider yourself fortunate to have come.
fluslin and Cambric Underwear
Embroideries and Laces
Handkerchiefs and Aprons
Children's and Infants' Muslin Wear
Sheets and Pillow Cases
Linens and Cottons
Table Linens and Napkins
Towels and Crashes, Bed Spreads
1 , , j
Hen's Collars and Cuffs
Men's Unlaundried Shirts
Men's Night Shirts
Blankets and Comfortables
White Enamel Bed Spreads
Lace Curtains and Nets
White Crockery and Glassware
White and Cream Dress Goods
White and Cream Silks
$J2rThe motive for buying is because the stocks are
new and fresh. The styles are the latest out, the as
sortments are large and the prices are lower than they
will be at any other time of the year.
center of llio state, will return lionie
to St. Chili, to visit his mother for a
This evening tho High Works In
dians will play the strong Crackerjacks
in the Auditorium. This contest will
be a hard one, as both teams arc in line
Mrs. C. It. Hopewell, who has been
visiting her aunt tit Tcnolly, X. J., has
The services of last week in tho
Providence Presbyterian church will be
continued this week. The topic tonight
will be, "Ability Its Use." Rev. Dr.
Moon will assist In the service, which
will be in charge of the pastor, Rov.
Mrs. W. H. Danm.ll and son, Geoige,
who have been visiting friends in this
cctlon, have leturned to tho home in
Tho young son of Thomas Richards,
of Putnam street, Is seriously ill.
Gervase Fanning, of Albright ave
nue, is 111 with typhoid fever.
Hx-Judgo William Lewis, of Kdna
avenue, is seriously 111.
The military ball of the Father Whlt
ty society will take place Thursday
evening at the Auditorium. During the
early part of the evening there will be
a drill contest between societies from
Archbald and Wllkes-llarre. As soon
as these societies arrive thf grand
march will begin, which will not bo
luler than S.30 o'clock.
CHARLIES ROTH, whose beilous Ill
ness was announced In Saturday's Tri
bune, died that morning. Tho deceased
was In the prime of life, being only 49
years old at his death, which was due
to stomach trouble. The deceased was
a moulder by trade, aud was highly re
garded by his fellow. workmen nnd by
his employers. A wlfo nnd the follow
ing children survive: Charles, John,
Willie and Lena. His aged parents also
survive, who reside with their son,
William, on Alder street. Tho funeral
will take pluco tomorrow from the fam
ily residence, 701) Stone avenue,
ANDR13W DOLUS, aged Co years,
who had been a Justice of tho peace
for some time, tiled on Friday last at
his homo in Old Forge, of which bor
ough ho had been a citizen for twenty
eight years. Tho deceased was a mem
ber of Acacia lodge, Free and Accepted
Masons, Tho remains will be interred
In Poughkecpslc, N. V.
MltS, O. II. miYKUUrt, Who eumu to
this city with her husband last August
from New York state, tiled at tho resi
dence of Chillies Wetinore, 1C1S Mousey
avenue, ycsteulay morning at li o'clock,
agetl .a years and 10 months. She Is
survived by her husband and an Infant
child. Funeral announcement later.
PATRICK NAUOHTON died yester
day at the Scranton Private hospital,
after a long Illness, Ho Is survived by
u wifo and eight children, The funeral
will be held from Ills home, in the rear
of Gibson street. Tho llmo will bo an
Tho lemalns of tho late .Matthew
Snow will be taken from tho family
residence, on Prospect avenue, this
morning ul 9 o'clock to the cathedral,
where a ret'Ulem mass will bo cele
brated. Interment will bo In the Cathe
The funeral of the late Mrs. M. Duffy,
To take advantage of the two
most liberal grocery offers
m ever made, will expire with
the close of business, Tuesday.
The values tell their own
Two 4-lb Packages of
Gold Dust Washing
Powder for 25c.
25 lbs of Sugar for $1
With every grocery order,
amounting to $5.00, or
7 The 1
(J Joyce Storesj
Popular Priced Provisions
Academy of riusic
U. HUI3. Lcrecf. A. J. Dully, ilinatr.
iiCTiiiN i:.fi ai'..ii:T or tiii:
Gibney-HoeFfler Stock Company
I'ur Olio Week Onl.t. Ilfglnnlnt; .l.ui, II,
'I hi- I'jtitcei' TiIu in 3 new act. 'Hip Mibic.il
(ioolmaii, elltcct (runt KoHli's, Special Monday
nutliii'p, "Our f.ittln MinUter." Mouilay etui
ii'lf, Ia-wU Monljon't, ''Hie Imlljii,"
I'llct! Mitlnei", 10 ami 20 cent..
Mfc-lit, JU, 20 ami M cmU
AM'. (1. llEltltlNarO.S, Uanir-tr.
One H'i'i'L llti-lniilnt, Moiulj), J.111 13.
"Big Sensation Bnriesquers"
Matinee l"cry Pay.
of Fig street, will take place on Tues
day morning ut 8 o'clock. Services will
be held In tit. John's church, and Inter
ment will be made in Mlnooka.
This afternoon tho funeral of Jlia.
William J. Kvuiih will take placo from
her late residence, 011 Holllster avenue,
at 2 o'clock. Interment will bo in thu
1 Washburn street cemetery.