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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNES THURSDAY,' JANUARY 16, 190i
; W.r ,',v'44v- - , Vw$?,1fli$l f
His WIfo "Was Identified ns tho
Woman Who Had Them Cashed.
Patriotic Order of Americano In
stall Officers Entertainment and
Social In Fourth Ward Mission.
Two Deaths in One Houso Within
Two Days Events of This Even
ing Notes and Personals.
M. .T. Klshpaugh, who resides with
his wifo In tho rear ot Fuller's cigar
store, on South Main avenue, was ur
rcstod yesterday on a warrant by Lieu
tenant Davis, charging him with pass
ing worthless checks.
Complaint was lodged with the police
that Klshpatigh hud -written worthless
checks, payable to a party named
Brandt, and that his wife had passed
them on MoWllllnms, the underwear
dealer; Schank & Spencer, and the
Grand Union Tea company.
When n renrpsentfttlve of Seluink &
fjponcer called on Mrs. Klshpaugli yes
terday he Identlllcd the woman, but she
could not appear for a hearing, owing
to her Illness. Klshpaugli was unable
to furnish ball, and was locked up In
the Jackson street police station to
await a hearing. Both deny tho
charges. The checks were drawn for
Patriotic Order of Americans.
At tho regular meeting: of Electric
camp, No. U3, Patriotic Order of Ameri
cans, held in Washington hall last
evening, the following oflleers were in
stalled by District President Mary
Mouse for tho coming year:
President, Mary Blddlenian; assistant
president, Thomas II. Davis; vice-president,
Mrs. Lottie Spencer; assistant
.vice-president, Amelia Sclioll: conduc
tor, Lena Davis; assistant conductor,
Sniila Hettio; recording secretary, Mrs.
Ida Kldrcd; financial secretary, Linden
V. Decker; treasurer, Robert T. Kldrert:
guard, Louisa Greers; sentinel, Joseph
Tho Initiating team from the South
Scranton camp. No. tie, were present
and initiated four candidates Into the
secrets of the order. A social hour was
afterwards enjoyed and refreshments
Entertainment and Social.
The pupils and teachers of tho Fourth
Dtifoiir's French Tar
Will promptly relict e and speedily cure g
roughs, coins ami an lung irounie. I or
Mlc by U. V. JUNKIXS, 101 South Main
They are omitted
TH A j
Goes hard to drop them when they fit
our goods and prices.
A Few Days
Dress Goods Selling
In fact, a Spacial Dress Goods Sale.
Today and following days we offer
25 pieces Double-fold Dress
Goods, in mixtures and plaids, the
remains of several lines that were
sold from 12 i-c to 19c
the yard. The special t
price is now, the yard 1 OC
One lot of Paramatta Suitings,
38 inches wide, fine firm weave,
best dye and finish and choice as
sortment of plain colors. 4
Now, the yard. . I 9C
One lot of Dress Goods, some in
plain colors and others in mixtures
selection of both kinds and the
goods sold at from 55c to
75c the vard. The Sale .
Ir,ice,is now, the yard. . . . 4VC
ieces 46-Inch All -Wool
s here's Whipcords.
Kep stripes ana Coverts, all first
class goods, worth 75 cents the
ym. The sale price is .
rioYY the yard 49 C
One lot of 20 pieces 46inch All
Wool Henriettas, firm weave, high
lustre and good standard ,
colors. Now, the yard. . . 49C
10 pieces ,50-inch Heavy Diago
nals, all wool, very firm weave,
Colors, blue, brown, gar
net, greys ana castors,
Mow, the yard. . ,
ward mission school of tho First Bap
tist church hold an enterhilnnicttt and
social last evening In their building on
North Dnrfleld avenue, which wns
largely attended by scholars and their
parents and friends.
Tho programme consisted ot solos,
recitations, trios, duets, etc., and at the
conclusion of tho entertainment, re
freshments were nerved. Ainonjr the
participants were Thomas Abrnms,
Itutlt Thomns, W. W. Evans, John
Evnns, Mrs. 8. D. rcttlt, Uessle Mell
aril"!, David Stephens, Pearl Jenkins,
rhooho dotty, Thomas lleddoo and
daughter, and others,
West Side Republican Cluh.
This evening will, bo tho regular
meeting night of tho AVosl Side Central
Hepubllcan club, nnd every member Is
especially , urged to bo present, as a
vote will bo taken on Important
amendments to tho by-laws, In refer
ence to raising the dues and changing
tho meeting nights. These propositions
were Introduced at the last regular
Tickets for the first uunital Informal
danco of the club, under tins direction
ot tho social committee, will be ready
for distribution. Tho daneo will be
held In Hears' hall on Wednesday
evening, February 19, with Hanoi's
Several other matters of Importance
to the club will be taken up and acted
upon at this meeting, and It Is essen
tial thnt every member attend. Those
in arrears are requested to make Imme
Rehearsing n Cantata.
The children's choir of tho Bellevue
Welsh Calvlnlstlc Methodist church arc
rehearsing the cantata, "A Dialogue
ot Birds," which will bo given a pub
lic presentation some time in March.
John W. Jones, Thomas Abrams and
Mrs. John Reese James have been en
gaged to assist the choir.
The regular choir of the church are
preparing an "Okie Folks' Concerto,"
which will bo given In the church
next month. Reese Samuels has
charge of the work, which insures an
excellent production. Some splendid
talent Is being enlisted to assist in the
Simpson Church Notes.
The Interest is growing in the revival
meetings. The subject last evening
was "Where Art Thou?" The pastor
discussed three points:
First Man is always somewhere.
Second He is often where he has no
business to bo.
Third Unless he repents he will get
where he does not want to be.
The topic this evening will be "The
Pleasures of Sin."
Funeral of John. Beff.
Services over tho remains ot the late
John Beff were held yesterday after
noon at tho family home, 334 North
Sumner avenue, where many relatives,
friends and neighbors assembled to
express their sympathy for the be
reaved wife and mother, who has lost
husband and son within a few months'
The services were in charge of Rev.
in our "Store News,"
One lot of 46-inch All-Wool Pru
nellas, the color line a little broken,
but a fair assortment still here. A
dollar the yard was the
price. Now, the yard 7 OC
Ten pieces Fancy Jacquards, 48
inches wide, good rang2 of styles
and colors, firmly woven and fine
finish, easily worth $1.00 -the
yard. Now, the yard 69C
One odd lot of Dress Goods, 54
inch all-wool Venetians, 50-inch
Homespuns, 48-inch Cheviots and
Changeable Whipcords, the entire
collection at Special Sale ,
Price. Now, the yard.... o9C.
15 pieces 48-inch All Wool
Double Bay Poplins in a vaiiety of
shades, castors,., blues, greens and
such like: goods worth
$1.25 and the special Price ,
now, the yard 09C
One picked lot Pedestrian Suit
ings, 56 inches wide, strictly all
wool, heavy weight, can be made
without lining, Venetian finish in
bro.wn, blue, grey, black and oth
ers, worih $1.75 the
yard. Now, the yard. Jp 1 .39
Everybody has a chance at these
bargains as well as you, and it's
possible to miss some of them,'
But you won't, will you?
Jacob Schocltle, pastor of the Chest
nut street German Presbyterian
church, nnd Interment was made In the
Washburn street cemetery. The pall
bearers were selected from among tho
lodges In attendance, namely, Homing
Uronk lodge, Knights of Pythias, Hnrl
darl lodge, No. 2(!!t, Clcrman Ilenellclnl
society, and the Delaware, Lackawan
na and Western Mutual Aid.
Events of Today nnd Evonlng.
Tho Ladles' Aid society, ot the Wash
burn street Presbyterian church will
hold nn all-day session today, serving
lunch In the dining room of the church
A regular meeting ot tho West Sldo
Central Republican club will bo held
this evening in tho rooms, comer of
Main avenue nnd Jackson street.
Rev. K, J, Mctlonry, rector ot St.
David's Kplscopal church, desires nil
who Intend joining tho confirmation
class to meet with him In tho church
The teachers of the Washburn street
Presbyterian Bible school are requested
to meet at the special services In tho
church this evening, after which an
Important matter will bo considered,
The Sons of Temperance Glee club
will meet for rehearsal In Morgan's
hall this evening. The Temperance
choir will also meet In the same place
The Llmburger Social club will enjoy
a sleigh ride to Olyphant tills even
ing, leaving Charles KImmlcks, Swel
land street, at 7 o'clock.
Tiie Sloan and Central mine local,
No. 1428, United Mine Workers of
America, will meet In Janes' hall on
Jackson street, this evening.
The Oxford Glee club will meet for
rehearsal this evening In Co-operative
hall at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is
requested. About seventy singers have
already been enrolled.
Tho West Scranton assembly of the
Royal society of Good Fellows will
hold a regular session this evening in
Red Men's hall.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The first team of the Electric City
Wheelmen's Bowling club is composed
of Frank Wettllnf, captain; David
Owens, Samuel McCraeken, "Beatty"
Williams and "Barry" Davis. The sec
ond team includes Henry Uriinlni;.
Thomas Skerrit. Mont Carpenter, Will
Dlehl and Mr. Revan. Several others
are practicing and may be added to
the above teams at any time. Tho
Green Ridge Wheelmen's team will
play the first team an exhibition prac
tice game tomorrow evening. The
opening game in the tournament will
be hold next Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Miller, of
Tenth street, attended the Miller-Cure
wedding at Tompklusville last even
ing. The Third district Republicans of
the Sixth ward have nominated Thom
as D. Edwards for select council, and
John O'Mnlley for common council.
For district oillcers William Davies
has been named for judge, Ooinei
Thomas tor register. Roland Roberts
for inspector, and Thomas Ueeeham
Tho Republicans of the Twenty-first
ward. Second district, have named
John O. Nicholson, Job Whitehouse
and John Jenkins as tho vigllanls com
mittee for the coining year.
The William Connell Glee club have
decided to enter the male voice com
petition at the national eisteddfod to
be held in this city next May. They
have already begun rehearsals on the
George Beddoe, who contemplates a
visit to Wales, was tendered a fare
well reception recently at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lewis, ISM
Luzerne street, where many friends
gathered to wish him a safe journey
and a pleasant trip.
Tho Simpson male quartette, W. W.
Jones, Thomas Abrams, Harry Wrlg
ley and Harry Acker, will sing at Rev.
J. B. Sweet's church In Onconta, N. Y.,
The marriage of William Pfeiffer and
Miss Anna E. Hetzelbroth, of North
Hyde Park avenue, will take place on
Wednesday evening, January 22.
The Ladles' Aid societies of the
First Baptist and Jackson street Bap
tist churches 'held their annual meet
ings yesterday and elected oillcers for
the ensuing year.
Mrs. D. B. Thomas' ladies' choir held
a social session in Co-operative hall
last evening. They will compete at tho
national eisteddfod to be held in this
city in May.
The remains of a young child of Mr.
and Mrs. David Jones, of Plttston,
were interred In the Washburn street
cemetery yesterday afternoon.
Annie Kohler and Nellie Mitchell, of
Schnell court, were before Alderman
ICellow yesterday, each preferring
charges against tho other. Both were
held in ball for their appearance at
Mrs. Thomas II. Davis and daughter,
Corlnnc, of North Main avenue, are as
sisting relatives in Willces-Uarre.
William Williams, superintendent of
the Mt, Pleasant colliery, is 111 ot his
home on Chestnut street.
It. II, Moser won llrst prise in a
sweepstake shooting match on tho
brick yard grounds recently, Tho sec
ond and third prizes were divided be
tween Henry Allen, Alfred East nnd
The Colonial club, one of the most
popular social organizations in West
Scranton, will bold their regular
weekly social In Washington hall to
An enjoyablo social was held last ev
ening In tho Keyset Valley JIoso com
pany's club house. Them was also a
rafllo hold for tbo benefit of Mrs.
James Flynu, whoso husband was
killed in tho mines recently.
An entertainment under tho man
agement of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Arin
brust fat tho benellt of tho Washburn
street Presbyterian church will bo giv
en In Washington hall, North Main av
enue, on Thursday evening, January
23, A programme of unusual merit will
bo rendered by tho following well
known people; Misses Elsa Van Der
vort, Lydla Sailor, Margaret Gibbs,
Bessie Bloat, Alfred Wooler, David
Davis. Miss Christ will be accompan
ist and tho Wushburn street Sunday
school orchestra will assist. Miss Van
Dervoort, now of New York, was a
former soloist at I3lm Park church and
her hosts ot friends hero will no doubt
avail themselves of this opportunity of
again hearing a sweet voice,
Mrs. GrJIIlth T. Davies Is 111 at her
homo on North Main avenue,
airs. VS. VS. Teal, of South Lincoln
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow" a (oush to run until it get beyond tho
rcmh of medicine. 'J'hey oltcu wy, "Oli, It will
wear ausy," but in most cm It will wear
them away. Could they bo Induced to try tho
uccctt.(ul medicine called Kemp's IUI&1111, whkli
U told on a poaitlvo yuaranWe to cure, they
would immediately Bee tho cxccllmit eft'vet af
ter taking tlia flrtt dose. I'rlca 83c. und S0e,
Tlial giiv (ice. At all ilrossMj.
id T.i to"
Mrs. Aaron Modron, ot Savannah,
Ga writes: "I had piles and rectal
trouble for years, until It wns unbear
able any longer. As I had often seen
Pyramid Pile cure advertised, I deter
mined to try It, and for two years hnvo
never ceased to congrntulule myself
that I did so, for I liave been entirely
cured of rectal troubles and two pack
ages of the Pyramid did it."
The Pyramid Pile Cure contains no
cocaine, opium nor any Injurious drug
whatever, and Is absolutely safe, pain
less and never falls to cure piles In any
Druggists sell full sized treatment of
this remedy for SO cents.
avenue, Is spending the week with
friends In Olyphant.
Mrs. Hugh Logan, of North Lincoln
avenue, is ill.
Charles Connor, of Berwick, lias re
turned home from a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Musgrave, of Division
Miss Jennie Morgan, of North Fil
more avenue, Is reported to be quite
ill at lier home.
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Two Electric Cars Collided on the
North Main Avenue iiine at
Two electric cars of the Scranton
Traction company, Nos. 115 and 124,
on the Providence line, had a head-on
collision on North Main avenue neat
Parker street, yesterday morning. One
of tho cars had four women passengers.
The two cars came together with such
force that It demolished the vestibule
and platform of one. of the cars. The
motormen jumped when they saw a.
collision was unavoidable and escaped
None of the passengers were hurt,
but received a severe Winking up. The
damaged cars were taken to the Prov
idence ear barn.
Last evening several well known
young men of this part of the city held
an entertainment in St. Mary's hall for
tho benefit of tho widow of the late
Michael Keegan, of Charles street,
who was killed in the mines recently.
Tiie tollowing programme was ren
Vocal Solo Tiioiuai C'oyno
Vocal Solo Tlwnus Ifairington
Vocal Solo 'times Jones
Uncle nnd Win;; Panto ; lolin Cox
Solo ....: .' ltcu Jones
'Solo , John Hughe!
Aflci' Shi enteitalnuicnt v.as over a social win
Y. M. I. Installation.
The oflleers who were elected recently
by the Marquette council. Young Men's
Institute, were installed Tuesday even
ing In their rooms in St. Mary's hall
on Market street.
Those Installed were: William A.
Lynott, president; Charles Dougherty,
vice president; James Mahon, second
vice president; P. A. Carroll, record
ing secretary; John Mullen, financial
secretary; John Murtnugh, treasurer;
John Devers, marshal, and Charles
Carroll and John McAnulty, sentinels.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
Monday evening the fair of Holy Ro
sary church will open in St. Mary's
Lewis Latcham, of Dean street. Is
confined to his home with rheumatism.
Miss Mary Early has returned homo
to Pitlston, after visiting friends in
Miss Mary Mullally, of Wilkes-Barre,
has returned home, after visiting
friends on Durkln street.
At the homo of "Miss Alice Vail,, of
Church avenue, there will be a social
gathering of the members of the North
Scranton Prohibition Alliance, und
their friends, Friday evening. A suit
able programme has been prepared, and
at its close light refreshments will bo
This evening a delegation of the
local branch of the Young Men's Insti
tute will go to Green Ridge to engage
in a euchro contest with a team from
the Phil Sheridan council.
The choir of tho North Main Avenue
Baptist church will meet for rehearsal
Friday evening nt 7.30, Every member
of the eliolr Is urged to be present.
A special meeting of the North Scran
ton Glee club will be held this evening.
Every member is requested to uttend,
Tho Republican club will meet In Its
rooms, next to Alderman Moyors' ofilee,
tomorrow evening. Important business
will bo transacted, '
The committee for tho St. David's
day eisteddfod has Inserted In tho pro
gramme a Welsh recitation by Thomas
' John, prize J2, donuted by J. C. Morris.
Tills evening tho military ball, which
lias been so long looked for, will bo held
in the Auditorium, under tho auspices ,
of the Father Whltty society, Tho i
grand inarch wilt begin at 8.30, when
tho Y. M. D, O.'s of Wllkes-Burre ur
rlve. All members of tho society will
assemble at St. Mary's hall In full dress
uniform this evening at 7 o'clock sliurp,
for the purpose of going to tho Provi
dence Delaware and Hudson station to
escort tho Wilkes-Barre guests to the
Tho Democrats of Lackawanna
township held their conference yester
day to apportion tho offices to be chos
en at tho spring election. John J.
Coyne was elected unanimously, us
permanent chairman, and Patrick
Ileenan as secretary.
Tho ofllces were apportioned as fol
lows South district Two commissioners,
0110 school director nnd treasurer,
Southwest districtTwo commission
ers, one auditor.
Kast district One school director,
SOUTH SCfi ANTON
BOWLERS ENTERTAINED CEN
TRA!, CITY GUESTS.
A Match Gnmo Was Played Which
Resulted In n Victory for tho Vis
itors Oflleers of German Jlene
flclal Socloty Installed Richard
Zulnger Entertained n Numbor of
nis Friends in Honor of His
Birthday Funeral of Mrs. Mar
gavel Mack Other Notes.
The South Sldo Bowling club had for
guests lust night nn aggregation ot
ccntrnl city players and some excellent
bowling was done. Tho match started
ut S.45 p. ni., and was completed tit 11
o'clock, tho ccntrul city team winning
nil three games and tho mutch, Fah
renheit was high man with 202, whllo
llawek had high average for the game.
A short social session followed tho
mutch and an excellent lunch was
served to the visitors by their guc3ts.
The score was us follows:
MjfTir ii)i: ti:am.
H. KlffiT ..
C. Kicfcr ..
J. Hiiwik .
.1. Klcfrr ..
cnxTis.vt, city ci.t'n.
I'crkliam ICIl 1!)!)
Holl 100 137
ralirciiholt It!) 178
.Tanei IS'2 1SJ
.Mcisler 170 1iVi
The German Beneficial society.known
as the Krauken Unzerstltsungs Vereln,
held their weekly meeting lust evening
In MIrtz's hull on Plttston avenue, and
In addition to other business installed
officers for the ensuing term. There
was a lnrge attendance of members,
and much interest was taken in tho
proceedings. One new candidate was
initiated and throe new members were
proposed. The officers installed were:
President, Charles Llermunn; vice
president, Gus Bohrer; corresponding
secretary, Kugenc Melehlor; financial
secretary, Joseph Wagner: treasurer,
Charles Graf, and trustee for eighteen
months, John Rose. The society has
been In existence for twelve years, and
has a membership of sixty. The finan
cial standing of the organization Is ex
cellent and the books show the sum of
$1,700 in the treasury. Although of
humble origin and meeting every week
in a quiet, Inexpensive way, yet the
society is one of the strongest and most
stable institutions on this sldo of the
Celebrated His Birthday.
Richard Zulager, a well known resi
dent of this side, was 44 years of ago
last Monday, and in honor of the
event invited a number of friends to
partake of his hospitality.
The invited guests assembled early.
and after wishing their host many
happy returns of the day, proceeded to
the dining room, where nn elegant lunch
was served. Several Jolly hours were
passed afterwards in games and danc
ing, and at midnight all left for homo
after thanking the genial host and
Funerals of a Day.
Mrs. Margaret Mack, whose death
occurred Monday, was laid at rest with
impressive ceremony yesterday morn
ing, surrounded by numerous relatives
and sympathizing friends. The remains
were taken to St. Peter's cathedral,
from the late home on Prospect ave
nue, nnd there the last sad rites for
the dead were observed, Interment
was afterwards made in the Hyde Park
An infant child of Mr. and Mr?.
Sehlaunnln, which died on Tuesday
morning, was laid at rest in tho Mi
nooka cemetery. The funeral was pri
vate. NUBS OF NEWS.
A valuable horse, owned by Spruks
Bros., tho lumber dealers, died yester
i Tho parade of tho Star Social club
takes place tonight at S o'clock. Tho
society will conduct a bail next Mon
General Grnnt commandery, Knights
of Malta, will meet in regular session
this evening In Hnrtman's hall.
Midweek services were hold last even
ing in the German Presbyterian church
on Hickory street.
P. F. Ruane, of IS21 Cedar avenue,
was rather badly hurt whllo at work
In tho Lackawanna's round house on
Tuesday and will be laid up for s-ome
MRP. MARY KKARN'KY, ot Arch
bald, died ut her homo yesterday nt 7
o'clock. She was one ot the oldest
residents of Arehbald and was a Chris
tian woman of high Ideals and great
purity of life. Sho Is survived by tho
following children: John J, Kearney,
M. J. Kearney, James A. Kearney, tho
Misses Jennie and Nelllo Kearney,
Mrs. Hen'ors nnd Mrs. Thomas Kelly,
of Arehbald, and Dr. P. H. Kearney,
of this city. The funeral will bo held
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from
St. Thomas' church, Arehbald,
MRS, MICIIAHL TOOMKY died yes
terday at her homo at West Market
street, The funeral announcement will
bo made later.
LETTERS 3TROM THE PEOPLE.
Under this hetding ihoit kttcra of interrst
will lit published when accompanied, for bubllcn.
tlon, by tho writer's nme, 'Jhe Tribune doet not
uiumt rcinondbllity (or opinions hero rprwed.J
Card from John J, Coyne.
lldltor of The Tribune
Sir: Kindly allow mo to hereby warn tho
young (ellow who represents tho lllnook depart,
wont o( tho Pcranlon Times o( U probable dan.
sev in case ho persist in iUcjrdinx my iiams
before tho public in the funny maimer be has
been every now ami then tho patt few ycara, In
his efforts, 110 doubt, to bo smart at my expense,
llu seems icady always around election llint es
pecially to notify the good people ut Minoohj
o( my "political death" as ho puts it with the
evident intention of conveying to people outside
the UUa imprt'M'lon that I am a etandinjr candi
date for political honors while ho knows at tbo
same time that 1 have never asulred for office
excepting the 0110 I lmld at piesent. If I am to
be lib target in the futuro at In the ut I'll
guarantee that bis experience will make lilm a
wiser but ma bo a SJdder young cliap. "I'jpeii
cine is tbo gie.it teacher."
. J. J. Cojne,
liinooka, Jan. 16,
dooas Long's Sods
the Great White Sale Continues
New Goods are constantly arriving, and
are being added to the sale. We call
special attention to the items below. If
you see the goods you will buy
, , ,
PETTICOATSPetttcoats, deep flounce, trimmed with
rows of insertion and edgings of lace. Another number has
deep ruffle of fine tucks and lace at 9oC
Extra Size Petticoats, made with deep cambric ruffle , . . .
tucks and wide hem, at p 1 .49
CORSET COVERS Made from cambric muslin, cut y.
high and square neck, felled seams,- at OC
Cambric Corset Covers Cut square neck, trimmed with -
CHEMISE Fine Muslin and Cambric Chemise, made ,
with deep ruffle, edged with lace. Priced for this sale at 25C
GOWNS Muslin Gowns, trimmed with Insertion and . 5
tucks. One number Is yoked hemstitched, at 49C n
Muslin and Cambric Gowns, trimmed with Insertion and I
ruiue 01 emDroiaery, rricea lor tnis saie at yot
Cambric Embroidery and Insertion, neat and dainty pat
terns, 1 to 3 Inches wide, worth much more than our sale price;
Per yard 5C
3,000 yards of Cambric and Swiss Embroideries and In
sertions, patterns are the open work effects, from 1 inch to 5 . 1
inches wide. An elegant choice at, yard .' 1 2C
Our Grocery Department Is clean and neat, our clerks courteous,
our delivery prompt, and as to price kindly look over our list and form
your own opinion.
The H. J. Heinz Co.'s Products.
24c Malt Vinegar, quart bottles . . .'. 24c
29c Pickles, 1 8-ounce Octagon, mixed 29c
29c Pickles, 1 8-ounce Octagon, mixed 29c
32c Pickles, 1 8-ounce Octagon, sweet 33c
29c Pickles, 1 0-ounce Octagon, midgets 29c
23c Pearl Onions 23c
25c India Relish, bottle 25c
Walter Baker's. Bitter Chocolate, per pound 30c
Walter Baker's Cocoa, per half pound tins 23c
Royal Baking Powder, 1 pound cans 38c
Curtis Bros.' Blue Label Catsup, per pint bottle .... 20c
Jonas Long s Sods S
Down rocs the piice ot com with a
crash. Three cans for tb.it amount has
always been the limit of .ahic, but a
in all linos of iri'oceiles, new lccords wait
for tho Joyce Stores.
'"our cans of the celebrated "Iilnck
Diamond Coin for We,
Spccinl on Wednesday and
I Joyce Storesi
Popular Priced Provisions
LECTUBE ON ALASKA.
Hev. V. H. Lukens Spoke in First
Itov. V. II. Lukens. who lia.s had
ninny yeurs' cxperlenco as a niisnion
ary in Alaska, delivered a most inter
L'stliiff lecture on thut fur-oft land In
tho First Presbyterian church last
nlKht before a larKO audience. Tlio
lecture wiis illustrated with splendid
Btoreoptlcon views? which1 wore repro
ductions of photographs taken by Itov.
Mr. I-.ukenr, himself.
Ho devoted his lecture larpfely to an
account pf tho mode of life of the Alas
kan IndluiiH whom ho cliarncterir.ed as
anions the moBt immoral people In the
world. Their entire leisure time, lie
said, is taken up with KuniblliiK nud
drinking nnd tho men and wonion llvo
In open lewdness,
Ho told of tho splendid work which
tho Christian missionaries are accom
plishing nnd showed photographs of the
largo mission school in Kitku with Its
hundred and twenty-five brlBht-oyed
Indian boys and girls who arc receiv
ing Instructions there.
Hev. Mr. l.ukens took occasion to
vigorously protest against tho view
hold by many Christian people thut tho
primary object In sending missionar
ies to heuthon lands is that tho In
habitants may be educated.
"Tho Christian Missionary goes to
educate, it Is true," ho said, "hut bo
goes first and primarily to convert."
Engineer D. J, Slowe Has Saved tho
City Much Money,
Engineer Daniel J. Slowe, of Knglne
company No, 1, lias just completed Urn
work of thoroughly overhauling every
engine Jn tho Are department. The cyl
inders of ull tho steamers hnvo been re
packed and new valves have been put
011 In many Instances.
The chemical engines have been fitted
with new valve and It Is possible to
forco the ehffnlcnls up as high as tho
hose can be'earried, Tho entire cost of
the Improvements has been less than
$100. Engineer Slowe is an expert ma
chinist and takes greater pleusuro in
doing work of this kind' than in sitting
JJ. ItEIS, Lessee and Manager.
A. J. DUFFY, Bus. Manacet,
SATUHDAY JIATINUU AND MQHT.
l-'in-t Time in Scranton.
Great American I'iay,
"The Frederick fiirl."
Companr Unexcelled. Klaboratc Scenery.
lTeelwly as presented by .Inlia Jlariowo for oik
whole t.eason at the Criterion 'theater, N. Y.
I'llces Bvenlnrf, Joe. lo $1.00.
-Matinee, 2.') and CO cents.
Seats now on Rale,
MONDAY XICSHT, JANUAttY 20.
Perfect, Progressive Presentation of Modern
JOHN W. VOGEL'S
More exelushc features, fcenery and effects than
any bimllir organisation.
Arthur Iti.;ij-, McCoy und fiano, the O'lirlai
troupe of aciolut, the rreat Houlette, Don !o"r.
don, full makers and specially artHto. An extra,
mdiinr.v tJliKinj,' party is made up by Cl.neiijo
ltiiiumcll, Percy Heed. John T. Mimrr, Harry
I.ciKhton, Charles I!. Wood, Thomas Meitick and
l'iice. Mi, GOe., Toe. and $1.00.
Scats on $alc Friday at !) a. in.
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M. nU!3, Lcnce. A. J. Dufly. Miniffer.
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GIBNEY-H.0E3TELEB STOCK CO,
I'im" one i.olld week, bcdiminc .Monday .Ian. !.
Monday CAcniiur. "Sbeller lliv"j Tuesday mar
line, "Stiansc Advenluii's nf Mbs Ilrown." tar.
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Price- Kienliiff, 111, 20 arid ) ccnti.
Matinee, 111 and 20 rent...
Scats on talc l'nil.iv. J in, 17, at 0 a, in.
AI.F. G. HEnitlNGTON, Manager,
One Wecl. H, ginning Mimday, Jan. M.
"Big Sensation Burlesqners"
Matinee l'iciy pay,
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l lJUrMtt, Fitef, Abuit. Mood I'oUoa. IWriou.
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ALDERMAN WAS IN BED.
Drido nnd Groom United Standing
by His Bedsldo.
I'Vnnk Marocco and Jlrs, Hosaua
Massarnla, of Old Forge, wero united
in marriage yesterday by Alderman
Miliar. Tho ceremony was performed
In tho alderman's bed room, where ho
Is confined by illness. The aldoruian
sat tip In bed and tied tho knot while
Hie brido und groom clasped hands ut
Tho brido is u widow and the groom
n widower. Their seven children wit
nessed the ceremony.
This is the second marriage cere
mony Alderman Millar has performed
in his sick rooiw
tFrcu7c cured 4 lo I0dy.8ii jrtn pmrllralJk 0 jrtni
bopital tip rienft InOcriuiijt So4 fgrltoL "Tmltr'ai!
Dollar avarr medical & tlrttrlral fraud. Btstloa IhU paprT
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