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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, JANUARY Id, 1902.
tuTLJlj-u-j-i.- j-li-i n -i.-.n.ri.r vnnnfi'1-" "-
NOMINATED BY HEPUBIICANS
Or TWENTY-FIHST WARD.
honor on the board und with credit to
JIo Is One oftho Most Popular Re
publicans in the Ward mid Will
Moko n Strong Candidate Electric
City Wheelmen to Consider the
Advlsnbillty of Conducting n Min
strel Show Amount Deposited by
the Pupils of Schools Nos 13 nnd
10 Other No,ws Matters.
The iteptthllcuti voters of the Twenty
llrst ward yesterday placed In noml
nii lion the following ticket to bo bal
loted for at the Febiuary election:
For school controller. Cirllllth T. Du
lw; assessor, John CI. Nicholson; Judgo
9 ' ,.Wjg
CSIHFFlTll T. DAVIKS.
J !c publican Candidate for School Con
troller In tho Twenty-llrst AVard.
f election, (Icoi-rc Oberdorfer: Inspec
tor, Charles T. Watkins; register, Jolin
Snyder; constable, Joseph Dean.
Flr.st district Vljjlltiuee cninmlttep,
IMu.irrl Jletz, Krnest .Scott, Lot L,ud
Mlg. .Mr. navies Is undoubtedly the strong-
t Kcimlillenn candidate for school
controller that could be named in the
Twenly-iirwt ward. lie lias hundreds of
ardent supportei.s in both districts, nnd
is a clean-cut business man, who, if
tlected, will serve with dignity and
Electric City Wheelmen.
A special mooting of tho Kleetrlo City
Wheelmen was held In the club house
last evening, nt which the social com
mittee was Instructed to nrningo for u
minstrel performance, which will bo
given about (he first week In Mtireh.
Prof. David AV. Davis, formerly with
Primrose & West's minstrels and "Hlue
Jeans," Is spoken or us tho director of
Tho following well-known young men
will co-operate with the committee In
giving tho performance: Henjnmln
Allen, Frank nelidall, Fred AVelnss,
(Ins AVelnss, AVIIIIam P. AVIIIIams,
Luther Thomas, Thomas Stephens, 13.
II. Davis, W. II. Davis, Kmrys Joseph,
(.'. M. Floiey, It. AV. I.uce, D. A. Hall,
David Owens, ( A. Kynon, Howard
AVIIIIam, Arthur Davis, Dr. AV. Itow
land Davles, Harry MeCrneken, .Samuel
McCracken, Arch McCracken, AV. H.
Jones, Adolpli 11. Pruning. John 11, F.d
Wnrds, John Thomas, Frank AVettllng,
K. D. Morse, Henry Morgan, 'William
Jones, Hnyden F.vans, W. C. AA'llllams,
John II. Thomas, Henry 0. Hruulng,
Thomas Hkerrett, Herbert Chiitfletd,
AVII1 Lewis, Arthur Stover, Ocorge Hnr
rliigton, John Howell. Hetiben Staples.
Will Dlebl, Frank Stuart 'and Fred
The bowling committee has named a
number of players who will compete
during the present week for positions
on the bowling team, which will enter
the Northeastern Pennsylvania Howl
ing league, and the high average men
will be selected to represent the club In
Prominent among these are Frank
Wcttllng David Owens, Samuel Me-Crae-ken,
'AV. C. AVIIIIams, Mont. Car
penter, Tom Skerrett, Henry limning,
Dolpli Pruning, Arthur Stover, Frank
(icndull, Ous AVelnss, Fred AVelnss, ICd
ward Davis, 13d ward Moore, and sev
The team will be selected from among
the best bowlers In the club.
lasher, Peter McDonough, Patrick
Mucin, John McDonough. Piesldcnt of
tho cadets, M. J. ltcgnii; secretary,
Republican Club Dnnce.
The social committee of tho AVest
Side Central Itepublleitn club have ur
hinged for holding their nrst annual
Informal dance at AleiU'H hall on Wed
nesday evening, Feb. 10. Tho music
committee ImVe also in ranged with
Prof, It. J, Hauor for the services of
his best musicians from s p. m. to 2
H Is the desire of the committees In
charge to have the genet nl public, uti
deistnnd that thlsilnncc Is to be a rep
resentative gntheilng of the best peo
ple of the city, and not a ragtime nf
falr, such as Is of common occurrence
In West Jcranlon.Tlie tickets will bo
nn sale In u few days at one dollar
ouch, and enn bo procuied from any
of the committee.
Tho club will hold a iegulnr meeting
ne.M Thursday evenhfg, at which sev
eral matters of importance will be dis
cussed, nnd the names of the various
sub-comiulttees for the dance named.
The names of the patronesses will also
be announced In a lew days.
Disposition of Police Cases.
John MeNnlly, of Hand's court, who
moused Patrolman Davis' family tit an
early hour Sunday morning, paid a line
of $3 In police court yesterday for that
John Ford, of Hcrauton street, who
was arrested for abusing bin wife anil
children, was fined $.1.,
JOSEPH KRAMEH MUST PAY A
FIFTY DOLLAR PINE.
He Is Charged with Having Sold
Liquor Without ti LiceiiBe Frank
Moeller nnd Mrs. Amanda Schu
mlner Arrested on Like Charges,
Funeral of Late Matthew Snow.
Now Officers of Columbus Council
Installed Defenders Basket Ball
Team Defeated nt Bloomsburg.
Jonas Long's Sons'
Dtifoar's French Tar
Will promptly rc-Uete nnd speedily cure
roughs, cold and all lcine; troulilc. Tor
ulc t.y O. W. JUNKINS, 101 Buuth Jlaln
Weekly School Deposits.
The pupils of public schools No. 13
and 1!) made the following deposits In
the AVest Side bank yesterday, through
u. Tl-I). W. Phillips 111 lent; Mi. XlilinlN,
R'l mils: Mi-s Morc.m, .'l.', imta; Jlis i:.m.
M..1I; Mi- Krllim-, 2.01 ; s I'hra, 21 ee-iils;
Mi-s Pick, '2.I0; Mr... Peiliei, -sj.il.!; MM Mur
II, "" lents; Ml.s llciinMi, .- ic-nts; MI'S 11m
Inii, lit) cents; Ml-, Palis, M.fiT; Mi-i W.ule. -?1.r,:
Mi-n Jlurpliy, )', lent1.; Mi-s Ilui.ill, rl (ems,
No. 1" I) iM l)nrn, I.S7; P.liz.i Lewis, ,0
(cnlsi Ilcilli.i Kelli, 2.Xi; Nellie Kii-liiuK sl.'JJ;
IMn.r !. !. Si cents Sir.ili Mi Donald, 7 icnLs;
Miillu W.itMn-, .M nuts; Alice Kliii". 4.S"i;
i:dni 1). Huni. .17 cents; (.'.murine Phillip-,
M.Cil; I'.liV.i I'liee, .1 cent-.; I'lorruie I'leeiiiin,
IS icnts total, All SI.
Events of This Evening.
Alfred Weyburn, of the Penn Avenue
Paptlst church, will have charge of the
meeting In the Jackson Street Uuntlst
church this evening.
The newly-elected olllccrs of St.
liicnuen's council. Young Men's Insti
tute, will be Installed this evening. A
smoker will also bo hold.
The AVIIIIam (.'onnell Glee club will
incut this evening, when all members
mo lociucsted to be present,
The Luther league of the St. Mark's
Lutheran church, will servo an oyster
supper In the basement of the church
An adjourned hearing In the case
against Joseph Kramer, charged with
selling liquor without a license, was
held last evening before Police Mugls
tiate Htorr. Peter llartman, Peter C.
Snyder nnd Albert Ouseli swore to
getting beer at Kramer's place, and
they also sworo they did not pay for
It. A lino of $r,U was Imposed and
Kramer was given until Feb. 1 to set
tlu or furnish 5300 for his appearance
Constable Joseph AVoelkers, who was
present at the hearing ns adviser to
the defendant, was warned by the mag-
ioii.iiu iu reiiieiiiiier tne position He oc
cupies, as his sympathy for lawbreak
ers might gel him Into trouble.
"Big . Store."
Our stocks are large. All the bargains given gesterdag will he continued
todag and tomorrow. WIS is a good opportunitg to economize. We call special
attention to our advertisement from the Grocery Department. This, in addition to,
our White' Sale, will be a great saving.
St. Peter's Elect Officers.
St. Peter's Total Abstinence
Benevolent society, of liellevue,
elected the following olllccrs for
ensuing year: President, Thomas
Cummings; vice president. Michael
Oerrity; recording secretary, Martin
McDonough ; ilnancial secretary, Thom
as Judge; treasurer, John McClreevy.
Trustees Martin Ilongmi, ivter Gal-
An entertainment will be- held at
Washington hall on January L';i for tho
benollt of tho Talent fund of the AVasb
burn street Presbyterian church, under
the dhectlon of Mrs. Armbrust. Among
the participants will be Misses Mar
garet Gllibs, Uesle Slole, Aided
oolei and Charles Hartley.
A concert and presentation of con
test r Hues' will be held at St. David's
l.'lilbcoptil church on Feb. !, by the SIs-
iers or jseinany.
An entertainment and social will bo
held at the Fourth ward mission Sun
Cay school, on Garlleld avenue, A Veil -nesdaj
evening. Tho entertainment
will be inters-persed through the social
period. Those who are expected to tnle
part me: Solo, Thomas Abrams; re
citation, Huth Thomas; trio, AVilllam
AV. Evans, John Evans and Mrs. S. D.
Pettll; recitation,. Pessle Uichanls;
solo, David Stevens; recitation, Pearl
Jenkins: solo, Huth Thomas; recita
tion, Phoebe Geaby; duet, Thomas
Heddoe and daughter. Admission, 10
Two Other Arrests.
Frank Moeller was arrested yester
day by Deputy Constable AVilson, act
ing for the Municipal league, on a
charge of conducting an unlicensed
house. Moeller Is steward of the South
Side club house, and maintained that
he sells only to members which the
charter allows him to do.
He was taken before Alderman Pul
ley mid furnished $100 to appear sit a
hearing to take place next Thursday,
when evidence for both sides will be
Deputy Constable Kofschlnsky. act
ing for the league, arrested Mrs. Aman
da Schumlner, of Maple street, for
selling without a license. The defend
ant was given a hearing before Alder
man Bailey, of the Thirteenth ward,
and was lined $30 and costs.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS'
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC DRESSES,
long, and short, at 2 1 C
INFANTS' FINE CAMBRIC French -
slips, deep hem 3 VC
CHILDREN'S WHITE MUSLIN
DRAWERS Cluster tucks, has deep hem,
a well made garment for, each 1 jQ
INFANTS' WHITEOUTING FLAN
NEL GOWN A good length. Priced for
this sale at 25C
INFANTS' LONG WHITE SKIRTS.
Priced for this sale 2fiC
WHITE SILKS 2 1 -Inch pure Jap
anese Silk In cream and white, at 39C
24-Inch White Silk Poplin at 49c
19-Inch White and Cream Satin at.. . 48c
23-Inch Satin Liberty All pure silk
In white and cream $ ,00
50-Inch All Wool Cream Cheviot
Serge, suitable for shirt waists or evening
suits, at 75C ?
30-Inch White Satin Stripe Albatross, . S
the newest fabric for ladles' shirt waists, at 65C
40-Inch AH Wnnl Hpnrtptta In eim !
and white, soft finish, at, per yard 50C
"AN EXTRAORDINARY HAM SALE." Hams, selected sugar-cured, weighing from 9
to 1'4 pounds, and as fine a lot as it is possible to procure. In order to thoroughly Introduce the merits
of our Grocery Department we will sell on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ONLY, hams at, per lb,. .
"Not over 1 ham to a customer," "and none sold to dealers."
Funeral of Matthew Snow.
The funeral or the late Matthew Snow
look place yesterday morning at 11
o'clock In St. Peter'H cathedral, when
a solemn high mass of requiem was
celebrated by Hew J. A. O'Uellly, with
Itev. J. J. Griffin, as deacon, and Itev.
Father O'B.vrne, as sub-deacon. Itev.
Miles Mlllane was master of cere
monies. Interment was afterwards made In
tho Cathedral cemetery, where the re
mains were borne by John Jinn ley,
Michael Iteap, Kernnrd Tracy, Peter
Kelly, Thomas McCourt and James
Ion 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
Is a little better thau could be reasonably expected,
and yet that is precisely what we are doing now, 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 mated
als aud colorings are iu strict accordance with Dame
Fashion's decrees, aud we guarantee perfecting gar
ments to every buyer.
These Swagger Raglans.
Are plain and full with semi, or tight fitting backs.
- t ci 'lle materials include Fiue Venetians, Covert Cloths.
with plain or fancy backs, Kerseys, Etc, Htc, while
the color list includes Oxford or Cambridge Greys,
Browns aud Brown Mixtures, Taus, Modes, Castors
The Sale of Raglans
Begins This Horning;, and
Don't Forget That . . ,
Prices Are Cut in Two
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, of Chi
cago, are vlsliliip Mr. and Mrs. Morgan
Thomas, of Jackson street.
Mrs. tY. X. Chase, of North Bromley
avenue, Is recovering from an Illness.
The Ladles' choir will meet next
Wednesday evening at tho Co-opera
tive nail, .orth Main avenue. All
members are requested to be present.
The West Side Llmburger Social -club
will conduct a sleighing party on
Thursday evening to Olyphant. The
club members will meet at Charles
Kimmick's, Swetland street, at 7 p. in.
The Gama Nu society of the Wash
burn Street Piesbyterian church held
nn interesting session last evening in
me church parlors. A prayer service
was held In the Sunday school room.
Miss GweunettR Phillips, of West
Kim street, lias returned home from a
isit in Henry, West Virginia.
William Thomas, of Tforth Garlleld
avenue, has returned home from an
extended visit in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Daniel McClosUey and Mrs.
Purcell, of Wilkes-Iiarre, are tho guosts
of Mrs. ltachel Pnreell, of South
llydc Park avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Judson P. Staples Have
rcturren bonie from their wedding tilp,
and will uiUe on North Hydu Park
Misses Mary Clllllgun, of AVIlkes
Harie. and Jennie .Mooney, or Nantl
icke, have returned home from a visit
villi the Misses Kcklnrode, of AVest
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Daptisi church will meet tomorrow af
ternoon nnd elect ofllcers. The so.
cb ty will enjoy a ten afterwards.
Ilcibert ChaUleld, of West Klin
street, has returned hmne from a visit
wiui ins relatives at Cohoes and Al
bany, N. Y.
Tln.ro will be a meeting of tho AVest
Side board of trade tonight at 8
o'clock, when tho committee on water
rutes will make an Important report.
CARNIVAL OF LIEDERKRANZ.
Event Is Scheduled for Next Mon
Next Monday evening, tbu Heranton
Llederkrans: will hold Its annual carni
val In Music ball. It Is the yearly cus
tom of all German singing societies
throughout tho country to celebrate Iu
this manner. The entertainment con
sists of an evening of music nnd Wt
and humor. Preparations are nlso under
way for the nnnual nmsauernde ball,
which Is the companion to the carni
val, it will be held on Tuesday even
ing, February 11.
I'UHuuiiiK ih mo nsi or mourners com
posing the "Klelnu Until," who have
charge of the carnival; Arthur Schmidt,
president j Hlegftled Aal, secretary;
Fred AVelnss, Kdward Klsele, musters
of ceieinonles: Frank llununler. Louis
Com ml, Kdnuind Haiti, Frank Pecker,
Joseph Albrcoht. F. Muckley, AVIIIIiuii
lbniiib, AV. H, Hughes, victor K,
Weiixel, Fied liny. Thco. Heniberger,
Conrad Hchrocder. I'onrud AWnzel, Jo
seph Keller, George AVahl, Jacob Fer
ber, II, Osllinus, Charles Ferber,
Schley Commended In Kentucky,
Vunlfoit. Ky .Km, 19. Hie .vinto today
uiiaiiliuuu.'-ly ailopicil u U'lolutlon loiiimciidiiii:
Admlrat Mlilo ami uniting liliu to jddrre. llic
Officers of Columbus Council.
Ofllcers for the ensuing year were In
stalled by Columbus council. Young
Men's Institute, In Pharmacy hall, last
evening. Following the business of the
evening a social session was bold, when
refreshments and cigars were passed.
The ofllcers are: Chimlnln. Pniimr
O'Mulley; president, M. J. Itafferty;
first vice-president, J. J. Folan: second
vice-president, T. J. Folan; recording
secretary, James A'aughan; Ilnancial
secretary, Joseph Murphy; correspond
ing secretary. Timothy Sullivan; mar
shal, Morris Duggan; executive com
mittee, Morris Uuggan, 1). A. Dyer,
Michael J. Hums, Timothy AValsh and
COFFEE Fancy Santos Coffee;
regular price is 16c. For this sale per
pound 13c, or 8 pounds for
Our Special Blend Coffee is a
trade winner. Per lb 27c, or 4 lbs for
Our Garden Growth Coffee, Java
and Mocha, has no equal in this city at
any price. Per pound, 35c, or 3 for
VINEGAR Why use cheap Vine
gar when you can buy pure malt vinegar
per quart bottle at
Fine Tomato Catsup A luxury
this year. Per pint bottle
TEAS Mixed Teas, blended un
der our direct supervision. Per pound
29c, 35c, 50c and
Our Colored Japan Tea. Per lb.
35C, 50c and
Vanilla Extract, guaranteed abso
utely pure. Per bottle
Vanilla or Lemon Extract, small
Mustard Relish Very appetizing.
Per jar at.
The Defenders Vanquished.
The champion basket ball team of
Lackawanna county, who have never
met defeat at home, met their AVaterloo
at Hloomsburg, Saturday. Some time
ago the Hloomsburg players, who aro
considered about the best in the state,
came to St. John's hall and were beaten
by the Defenders, the score being 2-Jt-S.
The beaten team asked tho victors m
bo their guests and play a return game.
Last Saturday's match was the lesult,
the score being 31'-2S. It was a great
game from start to finish, and the local
team died hard. They were given a
hearty welcome in Hloomsburg.
Accidents of a Day.
A 10-year-old son of Anton Flsch. of
Cedar avenue, while handling a Flobert
rllle yesterday, discharged It In some
manner and the contents lodged In the
thumb. Dr. Kolb was called and located
the bullet under the null, but was un
able to extract it. The missile is in a
very difficult position to get at and an
operation will be necessary.
.Airs. Roiick, of 333 Alder street,
slipped 011 the ice yesterdaj and In fall
ing sustained a badly lacerated hand.
Dr. Albert Kolb was summoned and
several stitches were necessary In
dressing the Injury.
water ami W. 1). Kdir.nli, ului'p tcriin of oflkc
a. UiMpo had piiriil, wi'ic imuiiinoiM.r n1
I'IdUd to ii'M' tliioo .M'ars. The I'OHKiPSMtlon.il
nicctine: tliui sidjouinid, tlic ns-embhse uin.iiii
iiiir fcitcd nnd .1 (Inmli iiicptliiK w.i railed for
tlic pitipitoc nt coaldcrin;r the quoiUon ot ihoov
Int,' 11dditiou.1l (huuh riders. '1 ills meeting u.i-s
opened Willi prayer liy IV. fi. Pmke, after wlileli
I he iiiemljcH oted tu elect thiee dirndl eldeis,
the election to lake place at 11 meeting which
will be called by the cliuidi i-cion for 1I1.1I pin
lump. At the tlo-e of the. meeting all preienl
repaired to the p.ulon below uheie a delightful
idal hom Mas ienl ami the oinpinj were
binquetcd nt the epeii.e of the tin-tic.
,Thp annual lnrdiiit,' of the Ladle-.' Aid t-ocloly
of the (Ireen ltidjje l're-lijteii.m tliuiih w.w h. hi
in tlic ihiudi pailor. jeMenl.i nfteincoii and .
well atjciiilul. The wcittnsr opened with pra.M-i
by tie pin-Mint, Mi. S. 1'. Hull, 'ami the m-c-rotary,
Jim. M. (.'. Cm, lead .1 icpoit ot th?
bodetj's work for the jear ll'ul. hliuulu;; the lc
icipts, nnd rMH'iiililuro. Tlic (jrea'pr part of
the jpji'h lefeipN were expended on the duiii-li
diht, Wednc.Mliy oicninj; vuial 1,-iien lv tin
l.nlin mill klitiuu imfiimcnicnt-. 'Hie lullmdiur
ollkm vne clei-led: l'lcidcnt, Sli-s Ttniie, ,
Ue prefldiut, Mi. i;. II. Shurtl(: Mcril.uy and
tic.i-.uicr, MI-.S M.aie Nettlelou: li.-itrt 01 111.11,1
KP1J, MeMljuic-i Mailer Urijijr-., '. TVIoi loll. Helen
I'lanklin, I.'. W. Phillip-, W. V. I'lilllliw. II. T.
Jack-nii, .1, S Kiikpatiitk, John V. Okell .uid
llic Aii'tilan flliei.iiiHiieiijau Aniii-ciiicnt torn
piny pioihueil the wolld-fauiotH l'.i-lon liav Iu
the lull of M. Paul'.) ihiudi je.terdav aftirnoon
and piuIiii;, The ui;i.uiiiuo nlo indudeil
twclie scene-, fmni the life and deed, of .loan of
Air and wa-. iiilcii-pu-ed hi apploiirlite Mieal
ami In-tiuiuiulil liuiili.. I tot ii ctm 1 i.ilnuu nt.
weie well atfiudcd and niealli cujoiil.
urin him to ieiuiit the u-e of bis name for the
oflkp of borough liei-iirer nt the loiiiui? ltepub
licau borough tomcntiou.
The nuinheis of St. Mary's cnutKil, min;
JIcu's Iinlitute, will conduit their aniiu.il dance
at Wa-hiiiRlou ball toiittiit.
On ThurMliy nlslil n company of local tnlint
under the diiectjoii of .Mnui.s. Milner nnd lliadley
will Kie n liit das minatrel s-how in Wuhliing
liwin !5. Miller, who for some time lias been
a ist.int ta-hier of the- Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western 1-1 llni.nl, hia resigned hi- position
to accept a moie liiu.ilni- one as ,-tc nojtiaplier
fur J, I', (iiajbdl, of the Colliery Knylmci
German Soldiers' Dnll.
The Deutcli Kreger X'erclu bold their
annual masque ball In Athletic hull last
evening, and iu point of numbers It was
the most successful event of the year,
Hefoie a o'clock tho hall was (Hied to
the doors with merrymakers, and tho
fun nnd dancing was kept up until un
early hour this morning.
The committee of arrangements weie:
Frank Jloeller, Kugene Alelcholr, Her
nard Troudt, Herman Neubauer, Otto
I'lttack, Herman Froebel alul Joint
Kramer. Muslo was lurnislied by AVag
NUBS OP NEWS.
The funerals ot l.li.ules , Itolh. end .Mrs. J.
Huffy, both take place today, 'ilia ( thu lat
ter will take plan- ot 11 u'doik with enlie. In
St. John's ihiucb, while tlu foiiur will he In.
lentil hum Hie family iiMeiuo'oa Stmic aie.
line, while .crdios will )c hi Id at a o'clock.
'I In- South Side llowlliij- dub lied an liit,-iiMlm;
..-.... -. nun iiciiiiujiivrii on riii.iou .aleiuia
Albert Wi.lpfald, niinit ct Ac,lpi.,il',i Kvn.
crnl etorert, on I'ltuton ariiiu, was taken ud.
ilmly ill un Satiiiday i-ieninir ami f,r t iim- Ids
condition was wrloiH. lie was it-poiM ai Mime,
what iupioeil la.,t nKht.
Comet lodiie. Xo. Jj, will me.!t In uvular
Mtttloii anil Install ollluis this cm-iiIuk.
Lorui! llabeutroh, tho Cedar aienuo I1.1n1e.-s
makir, who wan confined to his bed a week with
HjiHiituiiu ot iir.eiiiuonla, h ajtalu jni.inis to
Camp 110, Patriotic O.-elcr 'ous of AuietlcJ, held
a lesulji- mWr,s and I11.lall.1l olticus lavt
SOME 'FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a coiish lo urn until It attt beyunel tho
ri-adi ot mediilne, They oltiu say, "Oh, t iri
wear awoy," but Iu iuit i-.ih-s It will wear
thcni away, t ouhl the lie Induce! lo tiy thu
fcuci-cM-ful medicine calltd Kniii' ililuiiu, vwhi.li
li (.old ah a iHtoliiiv uiiaraiitii. to tun, tiny
would luiinvUi4lel.v me the c.Nullviit nfect ut
tci tjklu the liist ilo.". Prim -jjv. and ja.
'trial .lie fice. At all (Jniiwlit".
'I'bQ pr.inul lonuriBJllonal mcctJinf of the
nteeii Jlidjfe 1'icb.Wuljn dmrili which was
held l.nt ewnln; .u in point of allei elauie uml
lutcifdt one vt the mot buece,-fti cier held.
Colonel I", I,. Illteheoik uded as dulimaii. Thu
mectlnir wi opened with piujcr by Hie pator,
Itev. I. J. Laming, after whlili tho utielaiy, ,.
C, Fuller, icael the inlnutei of the last incetlnj;
and tho report of officer weie heard. .
'Hie report of the deik ot the cloii, M. V.
fair, the awdstunt iuior, 11. L. rosier, and tho
palr. Dr. laiiuliiir, iho M-cretary of the tnutoot,
A. ('. l"uller, ami the tieaurer of the lrutct, (),
II. Pond, were of treat merit. Aftir tbo reudlm
vf then; report were finished Ceoiije A. Clear-
llifore a lame audience In St. llaiy'.. lull, We .t
Jlaiket street) last nlsht, Abe Cinkau, Pal pomul-,
defeated Jonas I'-allei. I'M pound-. In a wni-t.
liner 111. ill Ii throwing Ids o!'poin.ut two straight
I ills ill thlileeii uilut'ti!-,
'I lie lliuli Winks leiiii defeated the Clatke-r.
Juki befoie 11 I..I v-''" audieiue Iu the Audlloiluui
at luAil ball last uleiil by 1 -101c of 10 1.
Alter the dUlild lomciitliii of tlic h.niiitoii
Die ce 111 union ill "l. Ma.'' hall ill.' I'.itlur
Wldtty sodely seneel tin eeleirates with theii
miih- ami aftciw.uds .manful m iiellcnl pro.
Kiaiumu which was iiudneil .'. the Tailicr Wld'i,"
Tin- fuuiial of Hie hie .Mis, William I'l.ili-. if
llcilltir .iieniie, took plan- fioiu I11-1 late ie.1
dime jc-ieiday nfteiliooii at J n'doiL. Milii
weie eonduded b Iho Itci. Itecie, of Ilia Purl
tan (.'onv'iek'.itloiiil ihiudi of VeJi Mil kit htleel.
InliTlili'lil In the Wutl'hiiiu slieet eenietei.i.
The ll-yeui-old mhi of .Mr. and -Mlt. 'Ihoiiits
lllihatds died jistcida uttt-r . rlioit illness. Tim
e'eci.led had been out the day bifoio pl.lllli
with Ids ph null.- and liad lakiii .1 eohl wide 11
ii'dilii'd In hi- de ith, luteiiurnt will be 111 id)
In llic Wu.libiiin stieet ctiuttii.i toiuoiimv ufur
110011 at '.' u'doik". Seniles will be held at ilia
John McDonnell, of Vol lb Main atemic, l l.dne;
cillli.lllj ill at Ids belue.
'I'll e Siiubeaui dub will lull1 a lull pally at I
p. 111. this aitciiiuoii. All Vim., bills an- In v ii.it
In ionic mid biliier Ijieli doll.
The jouiii; hopb- of lb l'roilditiu l'te.-by.
firlau ihuiili will hoe .1 1,-0,11,1 tally ilils i-m-ii.
line. Sei-utaiy t.Voiite M.iby, n( ll.e Vomit Jlcn'a
Clill.ll.ill ils-iH'lJlkni, will nitdicv, 1 lie 1111 i-l iuii.
('. I'. Wlilitimoie will illieet the tuaUe u-iiiie.
llil. Di. licoie.1' 1). liulhl will haw ill nte of
the mh Ue a uml.1, Ml jouui; ki pie of 1I1I1
kii'llon am luiltul to tilt-lid, cpeiuliy tin,- .iouiii;
Delia Murphy, of Tlni-I.u.i, ttu-ii, was aiusted
In police leant for -. 1 Ii nvr llipior v.lthoiit 11 J
(riise. hlie t.is lined s-.'i which she pdel,
LlUlclKC lllllll-, 11 plolllllllUl Jl-lllli in. in of
lids H'Ulon has ciiteied lulu tin- shoe hu.lne.s in
the! Tliouus blod, oil Mjiket t.luil.
'Ilium.is White, nf Williiiiw UK. I. dlil spend.
Jiu; tin hulldi) Willi his paiuili, iiliiuu.l In bt.
Ilon.iiimuie's lolliia- to iciiinc Ids .-tudiei-.
.Mr. and Mis. line), of I'lill uk'lniil.i, .in- (bo
ejuisls of lic latin's inolhei 011 I '.twin u i-iieit.
" Mu. Jl.uy Mulljikey, d ilkes-lliic, is is
IIIiil; fiiiinU 011 Diiiklu i-IKit.
Last eu-nllli: the lteiublicuiis if the 1'li.t ills
tlict i Ills Nfuu.1 waul .iiKiiiilcil ihe folluwlin;
Iull.uuo tuiiniililoe: hobeit .1. IMnaid-. s. II.
llobliMUi and (iliituil Slll.lil.ill,
JOHN UBFF, acted ot years, a resi
dent of 331 North Simmer avenue, died
yesterday lnornlmr ut S o'clock, after
an Illness of .several weeks, with
droiisy. Air. lleff was horn in Frank
fort. Oeiinany, and came to the Unit
ed States at the acre of seventeen, nnd
was employed as a machinist at the
Delaware, I.ackuwannn. and AVestern
shop for a number of years. He was a
member of Knights of I'ytbias, Itoar
Intr lirook lodge: the (Jerman IoiIkc,
Haii Oini, No. 2G0, of Hyde Far!:, anil
the D Ii. & AV. Mutual Aid. He is silt -vivetl
bv bis wife and seven children:
Mrs. Fred Huck. Annie, Katie, Lizzie,
Herman, William and Dora. The funeral
will lake pluce lomotitnv alleruoon at
2 o'clock mini the family residence. In
terment will be In the Washburn slicet
MISS. MAItCJ.YItKT MAC'IC, wife of
Michael Mack, of 21 Prospect avenue,
died yesterday of pneumonia, lined fit)
years, llesides her husband, there are
surviving her the follow Inif sous ami
daushteis: Mis. AVIIIIam Morrisey.
Patrick, Hannah anil Mary Mack, aud
Sister Mary Anthony, of the Order of
fit. Joseph, of .Sprlnsllold, .Mass. The
Itinera! will lake place tuinorinw
morning; at It) o'clock from S't. Peter's
cathedial. Interment will be made In
the Cathedral cemetery.
JOHN' 11KFF, iikciI Mi yt-ars, died
early yesterday ninruliiK at his home,
311 Noith .Suiuner avenue, after a short
Illness. Hu was a resident of AVest
ficranton for many years. Deceased Is
survived by his wile anil the following
children. Anna, Katie, Noia, l.lzsde,
Mary, Herman and William. Tho fu
neral will bo announced later.
MltS. Hl'.SAX ItlClI.l.V. lined 31 eais,
wife of James Itellly, died 011 Htinday at
her honie, 1222 Cnpouse nveiiue. The
funeral will bo conducted fiom St.
Paul's church, Ciieen HIiIkc, iu 2 o'c lock
lids afteinonii, lluilal will bu made in
the Cathedral cemetery.
The fiuiral of .Mrs Aim Unify, of
112 Fit- stieut, will lake place this
morning at l."0 o'clock-, from St. John's
church, Flic stivei. interment will bo
mado in HI. Joseph's cemetery, MI
unoka. LECTUKE ON ALASKA.
To take advantage of the two
most liberal grocery offers
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.
20 lbs of Sugar for $1
With every grocery order,
amounting to' S5.00, or
I) Joyce Storesi
Popular Priced Provisions
Academy of flusic
M. I'.LiS, LfMCC. A. J, mCj, Mini.er.
Hint ax i.N(;(:i:sii:vr ok Tin:
Gibney-Hoeffler Stock Compan)
Per On-- Wtel; Only. IIikIiiiiIus Jjii. m,
'llm I'.ilile-r Tllo In j inu u.l. Iho lnio.l
(I.Hiliii.in., ilin-it 110111 IumiIi's Snc-UI lloiulay
linlllii'r, "Oui l.iuli- ni,tii." Mninli.1 ctt-n
Inir, l.e-wls Jluiiisun's. ''Hit. iniiijii "
I'liiOk-Mjlliuv. 10 ,iiul .'0 1 -nn.
Niitlil. 10, MO ,iiul .11) 1 nils.
AM'. G lll.rtlllNGTO.S-. llntiiger
Out- Me-c-K IliKiiiiilne; MhihIji. .1 hi II,
"Big Sensation Biirlesquers"
Mjtiiii-i I ici) Hit
'llic juiiu.il ioi;;ici,'Jtkii.-il nii'otliij; vl 1 1 1 - Pits-lijti-rljn
ehuiili U tin1 1-Ui.lli-ii ut tun I rus
tics uii'l tin-" uiitjl of nus tor Hit- iii.iiln-s- ,Mui
Kill Lu liflil louiiilit Jt tin- iliini It' Minn it !
Impel & Ihikc nuinlier will be nefit.
The nuiiy filciiO j( UmiIm P. Mugs are
Jlev. V. K. X,ukens Will Speak
riret Preabyterlnn Church.
The Itev. V. II. l.llkens
lecture nu Alufkn. In the
terlan eliurch, nu "Wednemlay evenlnu
of this week. TIiIk lectin e will take tho
place of the usual Wednesday evening
service. .UlmUslim to the leeiute will
bn free. It will be delivered under the
auspices of the Wmnen'B Home Mis
sionary society or the First church-
Mr, l.ukens Is anxious to raise enough
money tu build a little church In Alaska,
wheru Ii In very much needed, aud In
this wcirk hu hits thu full sympathy of
the boiiul of homo miasms'. Tho lec
ture will be Illustrated iiih stereojitl.
IIS -StH I'bUft'lilyltli, ' Vh (riutn bprrUlb-t U
, w 1) Autfl't. 4UM-ttctalrvrf Uulr imaII Trlitlt
1LUtr f'llotfi, udvtt U'ltuit uU X bliruaLro Or
Vich . fur? J 4 tit lUtlHjkfSlt jrr raf lliolA, II j
ty.ilUi tit rlmcf in Crriny. Sr! fur buok "TrulL
Uofu f rri urJItkl A ltrjrl fraud., Utstltii ltl iii
eon views. .Mr. I.ukuns vlblted Alnsl.a
last Hitinnier, and hence he can t-peuk
Irom porhonal experience and observa
tion, Hu luiH dulivcred his lecture In
it-verul places and It l hlKhly spoken
or us both IntereatliiK and instructive.
The public Is cordially Invited.