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THE SC1UOT0N TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1902.
DEATH DUE TO,
THOMAS LEWIS EXPIRED
iWlille Standing In Colan's Hotel Ho
Collapsed nnd Died Constablo
Timothy Jonen Assaulted by 3?at
rlck Barrett, of South Seventh
Sticot Rlpplo Division, Sons of
Temperance, Install Officers Wed
ding and Funeral Announcements.
Special Revival Services.
Thomas I,owls, a cigar maker, for
merly In the "employ of liurschell Droth
ets, died suddenly from heart failure
shortly after 'i o'clock yesterday after
noon In Daniel Colnn's hotel on South
Main avehue, near Hampton street.
Deceased had resided at ltfil Kynon
street, with his wife and sou, for n
number of yours, and of late had been
employed by Fndileii Ui others, cigar
dealers, at Olyphant. He came to the
city shortly after noon yesterday to at
tend the funeral of on old neighbor,
the late John William., and on his way
homo htnpped In Colan's hotel for
While standing at the bar with
friends, Lewis suddenly threw up his
hands and sank to the iloor uncon
scious. Those about him assisted him
to a chair, nnd a physician was called.
Krank Jones, of D. M. Jones' drug
store, who Is a graduate In medicine,
wits also called In, and as soon as he
saw Lewis informed his friends that
bin life had gone out. Coroner Sultry
was notilled and later viewed the re
mains, deciding that death was duo to
heart failure. An Inquest was deemed
Lewis was a quiet, unassuming young
man, about thirty-live years of age,
and had been a resident of West Scran
ton all his life. His sudden death is
n sad blow to his young wife and
child. The funeral announcement will
be made later.
Constable Jones Injured.
While serving a warrant on Patrick
Barrett, of South Seventh street, last
night, Constable Timothy Jones, of the
Fifth ward, wjs viciously assaulted by
Barrett, who struck Jones on the head
with a stone.
The constable had a warrant for Bar
rett's arrest, on the charge of nbuslns
Ids family and breaking the furniture,
and when Jones appeared Barrett as
saulted him. Jones went to Dr. Itcv-
Diifoiir's French Tar
Will promptly lelieie nnd speedily euro
coughs, colds and all luni tioublo. For
sale, by G. W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
TD11 of wAllf) Uwifl
Iliol lUllI IJJTO
Kcouomy that slights quality is extravagance. We claim
be as far ahead iu our goods' as we are below iu our
prices. Comparison will give us your trade and save
you money. Its just as natural for people to come to
us for first-class goods as it is to use ice to keep things
Ten Blanket Special Sale jZ
Days Commencing Tuesday. Days
Here is where frugality finds what it wants and here is
where a real bargaiu meets with the warmest appreciation.
fite Wool Blankets tw
10-4 White Wool JJIankets $2.25
11-4 wmte wool Ulankets 3.00
10-4 White Wool Ulankets.
11-4 White Wool Blankets
11-4 California Blankets
12-4 California Blankets
08x80 California Blankets
(For Single Beds)
Colored Wool Blankets
10-4 Heavy Grey Blankets
H-4 Heavy drey Blankets
10-4 Scarlet Wool Blankets
12-4 Scarlet Wool Blankets..
Guaranteed absolutely all
1 1-4 Fancy Plaid Blankets, pink and while, tan anil
white, blue and white, handsome and serviceable, former
price $4.25. Sale price $3.25
SovCHly-Flvo Fancy Hobes, exquisite designs and colors,
would make handsome balh robes. Very special price (or this
Bale, each . ' 75q
Great Lot or Cotton Blankets, grey, tan nnd white. ,
extraordinary value in these.and the prices range from 15(! to j? 1 .25
Beautiful and attractive borders in pink, light blue, scarlet and
yellow round the wool blankets.
Special Prices on Comfortables
During this sale our stock of Comfortables will be disposed of at
very different prices from the usual. It mav be that there is something
.11 this for you. We hope so,
Holds' omco nlid linil his Injuries
dressed, while ex-County Detective
Thomiio J-eyHhon summoned l,lculcn
ant Davis and Patrolman Marker.
They found Darrctt In hldlnir nt 107
South Seventh street, und placed him
under arrest. Itc had n razor hi his
possession. The prisoner was locked tip
In the Jackson street police station, and
will be given a hearing this morning.
Uarrctt served ten years In the East
ern penitentiary for kilting one man
und shooting another In Dunmore,
nearly twenty years ago.
Soiib of Temperance.
nipple division, No. 15, Sons of Tem
perance, met In Morgan's hull last
evening and Installed the following oin
ccrs for the ensuing term:
Conductor, Thomas Thomas: assist
ant conductor, Lloyd Frulchle; chap
lain, Joshua Elian: superintendent of
young people's work, Thomas Ellas;
treasurer, John D. Lewis; financial
scribe, John M. Edwards; worthy as
sociate, Thomas Francis.
Assistant recording scribe, Francis
Ueeohum: recording scribe, David II,
Williams; worthy patriarch, Thomas
O. Jones; Inside sentinel, Arthur Thom
as; past worthy patriarch, William CJ.
Davis; outside sentinel, Frank Armour;
trustees, Joshua Ellas, Thomas Fran
els. The division will hold another meet
ing next Monday evening, when busi
ness of Importance will be transacted.
Weekly School Deposits.
The usual weekly school deposits
were made at the West Side bank yes
terday for the pupils of Nos. V.i and 10.
A total of $21.13 was collected as fol
lows: So. ll)-l). W. l'liillip, 10 cents; Miss Xkholl,
75 cents; llks MoriMii, J'1 cents; Miss l'.niw,
!.:); Mivt Kvllcnr, .I.Sfl: Miss Murphy, M cuts;
Miss lluull, 05 cents; Mr?, l'crlicr, 1. 10; MM
Muruy, 10 rcnta; Miss Ilcanilsli, 57 cents; MM
lint toil, 1.10; JIM l)il, U" cents; Miss W.iile,
VI rcnlsj MM 1'l.inn, 55 cents; Miss Peck, $.1.0;
No. 1.1 ll.nld Ottons, 25 cents; Alice i:v.ins,
2", cents; Xellie ItlchnuLt, J1..5S; Vidua I.cwia.
M.55; Kllra Lewis, "fi cents; IMr.i 1). linns, hi;
Citli.it Inc Phillips 111 cents; llcitha 1'iecnim,
1.0i: Total, ViM.
Special Revival Services.
The special revival services, which
have been in progress at the Hampton
Street Methodist Episcopal church for
some time, will be continued this week.
The pastor. Rev. James Dennlnger, hi
the evangelist in charge, and eight peo
ple have already gone forward to lead
a better life.
Revival meetings aie being held
every night at the Jackson Street Bap
tist church. Largo congregations are
in attendance and a deep spiritual In
terest is manifested. Lnst night, sev
eral rose for prayers. Preaching this
evening by the Rev. David Spencer, D.
D of Blakely. Everybody welcome.
Special meetings are being held each
evening of the week in tho assembly
room of tho First Baptist church. The
meetings are interesting and all are In
vited to attend.
The meeting lnst evening at tho
Simpson church was one of the very
best thus far in tho revival series. The
subject was "A Change of Heart," and
wool and extra fine qualities
a number gave their hearts to God. AV.
V. Adair, of the Railroad Young Men's
Christian association, will speak this
11. J. Whiting, of Eynoti street, and
Miss Clnra Thorpe, of 1126 West Elm
street, will bo united In marriage' at a
o'clock tomorrow nfternoon ttt the home
of th hitter. Rev. James Uonnlnger,
of'tho Hampton Street Mothqdlst Epis
copal church, will olllelnte.
Edward Webber and Miss Mary
tioechanii both of Lincoln Heights, will
bo united In marriage nt the Hampton
Street Methodist Episcopal church on
Wednesday evening. February fi, at 8
o'clock, by the Rev. James liemilngor.
Events of TIiIb Evening.
The West Side board of trade will
hold an adjourned regular meeting this
evening In their quarters In the Elec
tric City Wheelmen's club house. Presi
dent Daniels Is desirous of a largo at
tendance, as several important matters
are to bo taken up for consideration.
The meeting will be called to order at
The ways nnd menus committee of
the Oxford Glee club will meet this
evening. All members are expected to
Two Funerals Yesterday.
Tho remains of the late John Will
lams, who died at the homo of Mrs. T.
T. Jones, on Eynon street, were In
terred In the Washburn street cemetery
The funeral of the late Mrs. Patrick
Clancy occurred yesterday afternoon
from the house. 21 19 Luzerne street,
llurlul way made In the Cathedral
cemetery, after a short service In tho
St. Patrick's church.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The Simpson Male quartette sang to
an audience of over a thousand people
nt Rev, J.B. Sweet's church In Oncontn,
N, Y., Sunday evening, and made a de
cided impression. The members, Messrs.
Jones, Abrnms, Wrlgley and Acker, re
turned homo yesterday afternoon, well
pleased with their visit.
The Ladies' Aid society of tho Belle
vue Calvinistic Methodist church will
hold an all-day session Tuesday, Janu
ary 21 and 22.
A story was circulated yesterday to
the effect that a pupil of No. 14 school
died during the afternoon session, but
tho rumor apparently gained circula
tion through tho deatlt of Thomas
Lewis at Colon's hotel, on South Main
Tho members of tho Electric City
Wheelmen's minstrel company will
meet for rehearsal Thursday evening.
The remains of the late William
Packer, a former resident of West
Scranton, arrived here yesterday from
Johnstown, Pa., at 1.28 p. m. and were
interred' in the Weshburn street ceme
tery. Tho burial services were con
ducted by Rev. James Renninger, of
the Hampton Street Methodist Episco
pal church. The pall bearers were
Frank Ohlow, William Jarvls, Nicholas
Jenkins, William Atkinson, John
Clarke and Thomas A. Evans.
Mrs. M. II. Kays, of Sanderson ave
nue, is spending two weeks with friends
in "Washington, D. C.
Murvln Srhenck, of New York city, is
vlbiting- Gieen ItldRe friends.
Tho General Phinney Hose company
will have an important business meet
ing at their rooms this evening.
The funeral of airs. Charles Kurtz
took place from her late home, on New
York street, yesterday afternoon. Rev.
I. .1. Lansing, pastor of the Green Ridge
Presbyterian church, of which deceased
was a member, officiated nnd pro
nounced 11 touching eulogy upon the
life of the dead woman. The pall-bearers
were 31. T. Jackson, B. T. Juyne, IS.
tt. Stevens, George Wescott, C. P. Slack
and II. M. Cole. The flower-bearers
weroArthur Ridgway, Albert Ridgwuy,
"Walter "Wilson and C. F. Flemmlng. A
quartette from the Green Ridge Pres
byterian church rendered very effect
ively the hymns "Lead, Kindly Light,"
"borne Tlino We'll Understand" and
"The Christian's Good-Night." Friends
In attendance from out of tovu were:
Mr. Rhodes and family, of Elmhurst;
Mrs. Charles Richer, of JIooslc; Annie
Padden, of Clark's Summit: C. S.
Gaugher and son, of Philadelphia, ami
Mrs. J. "Weltzel, of "Wilkes-Barre.
Following are the recently instituted
officers of branch 184, Catholic Mutual
Beneficial association: President, M.
Feiguson; llrst vice-president, John
Cunningham; second vice-president,
John Kennedy: recording secretary, K.
J. McN.illy; assistant recording secre
tary, C. C. Cadden; treasurer, John
Ruddy; financial secretary, Thomas
H. Jordan; marshal, Daniel O'Horo;
guard, John Kennedy; trustees, An
thony Hogan, Anthony Mimley, Pat
ii"k Ruddy, ICdward Kelly and John
The ladies of tho Asbury Methodist
Episcopal church whose names begin
with L., M N.. O., P. will serve a.
New England supper in the church pur
lors on Friday evening, Jan :M, from
0 to S o'clock.
TIip Lend-a-Iland Mission band of
tho Gren Ridge Presbyterian church
will meet at tho home of Mrs, F. L,
Hitchcock, on "Washington avenue, this
evening, Rvery member Is expected to
As George Brown was returning
front tho central city Friday evening,
at the corner of "Wyoming avenue und
New street, his carriage collided with
that or John Deinark. who was driving
In the opposlto direction, and did not
see Mr, Brown, as he turned out to
pass u team, As tho carriages como
together, the front wheels became,
locked und Mr, nnd Mrs. Deinark were
thrown out. Mrs, Deinark, who was
quite badly bruised, wan carried Into
a nearby house nnd later removed to
her home. Both horses broke away,
but Mr. Brown's was stopped almost
immediately und tho other before It
lia'cl gone far. The carriages were both
"William Richmond, of Jones street, Is
spending a few days In New Jersey and
Mr, Johnson, of Providence road and
Tripp street, Is 111,
AW R. Ackerson, of 903 Wood street,
is out, ufter n two weeks' Illness,
Thieves entered T, K, Terwllllger's
butcher shop, on Court street, Sunday
and took IS In money and a number of
articles of value,
A SENSIBLE MAN
IV011I1I use Kemp's Itaham t?r Ilia Tluoat ind
Limits. It In urna: more Cough, Colds, .Ullmu,
UtoiuliitU, Cioup ami all TI,rojt and luiij;
TloublM than any olhtr incditiiie. 'llic proprie
tor lias aullioiifil any JrujsW to (sbe jvu j
fuinuU IWtlo Kieu lo lomlnvi- )ou u! llio merit
0! llili treat ruuetl,)-. I'ricc, -.'ic. mul So.
ANNIVERSARY BALI, OP
STAR SOCIAL CLUB.
Athlotlo Hnll Was Crowded to the
Doors by tho Members nnd Tholr
Prlends Juugor Mnonnorchor
Will Have Four Numbers on the
Programme of tho Llodertafcl nt
Wlikes-Darro Tonight Two Wo
men Fined for Selling Liquor
Without a License.
The Star Social club members hstvn
reason to feel proud of the uttenduura
and financial success of lust night's
annual ball u commemoration of the
club's eighth anniversary. The Ath
lotlo hall, on Alder street, where the
dance was held, was lllled to the outer
I'lesiJcnt of the Ktar Social Club.
doors with a merry multitude bent on
having a good time. At 9 o'clock the
grand march commenced, and as a
prize was offered, over 150 couples took
part. There was not the slightest hitch
in tho programme. The president of
tho society, Mathew Damal, was here,
there and everywhere, looking after the
comfort of those present and he was
ably assisted by the following: J. J.
Mirtz, Peter Phillips, jr., W. J. Ro
sar, William Fritch, John F. Phillipp,
Jacob Kaostner, C. F. Kellermann,
George Mirtz, jr., David Lewis, Her
man Gogolln, Charles Nye, John E.
Phillipp, Mathew Miller, Eugene Claus,
Charles Roth, Henry Weber, Alom'a
Hubbard, Charles Cooper, G. O. Hart
man, John Hamra, Jacob Sprandle.
Off to Wilkes-Barre.
At the Liedertafel concert and ball
which takes place In "Wilkes-Barre this
evening, it is not generally known that
one of Scranton's most talented sin
gers has been invited to participate.
Miss Lydia Sailer, of Cedar avenue,
whose sweet voice has gained for its
owner an enviable reputation, has ac
cepted an invitation to take part in
the Liedertafel's programme of song
tonight and a large delegation of South
Slders will make the journey with
The Junger Maennerchor will attend
in a body, and they have chartered a
special car. They are down for four
numbers on the programme and it is
safe to say that both tho society and
Miss Sailer are fully equal to tho task
of keeping up Scranton's good name
In the realms of music.
All persons who desire to go with
the .singers can get reduced rates and
a free concert ticket by applying to
Fred Herman at Schimpff's hall not
later than 7 o'clock this evening.
Coming- Social Events.
The Scranton Saengerrundo society
will hold their annual masriuo ball at
Athletic hall on Monday, February 10,
which, according to the arrangements
being made, will be one of the social
events of tho season. The affair will
practically clote the social season prior
to Lent, and the affair will be In charge
of the following capable committee:
Eerthold Sehodt, Gustav Schultz, Aug
ust Hagen, Jacob Hess, John Schroedel,
jr.. Lawrence Haberstroh.
The German Brewers' union, No, i32,
who are ufllliated with tho American
Federation of Labor, will hold their nrst
anniversary ball in Music hall on Mon
day, February li. As this is composed
of the most popular workmen iu tho
city, u largo attendance is predicted.
The committee in charge are: Joseph
Madlespuchor, Jr Max Ludwlg, Joseph
Long, Charles Kellerman and Jacob
Fickua, of No. 2.
William Fickus, driver of Neplune
engine No. i!, Is one of the best known
and popular young men on this side.
He was born In the ward where he now
resides 2S yeais ago and is a son of
Christian Fickus, the contractor. As
a musician and mimic he Is .known
throughout the valley and there Is no
better performer on the snare drum
and flute iu this part of Pennsylvania.
Ills ability ns a bugler has also been
recognized and ho bus had many
tempting offers to go 011 the road.
He is a member of camp 130, Patrio
tic Order Sons of America, the
Knights of Pythias, the Junger Maen
nerchor, the Volunteer Firemen's as
sociation, and the Relief association.
Ho was for years u member of the old
Neptune Kngino company,
Before the Alderman.
Mrs, Margaret Gibbons, of I'lttston
avenue, and Mrs, Allen King, of Genet
street, were tin est eel by the police late
on Saturday night on warrants charg
ing them with selling drinks without a
license. Later they wore given a heniv
ing before Magistrate Christian Storr,
who deemed the evidence sufficient
and fined them each $50 and costs.
The brothers Mnddox, of Holliater
vlllo, who were arrested last week on
a chargo of using short measures to
defraud customers were given n hear
ing before Alderman Lentes yesterday.
They were anxious to settle the cuso
and offered to pay all damages and
costs. This was agreeable to the pros
ecutors and tho case was postponed
until today so that they could nuiko
At Ilr, Kolb's oillco S to 9
2.30 p. 111. and 7 to 8.30 p. in.
;i. in.; 1
NUBS OF NEWS.
The funeral of Mrs. O'Doiiuoll, of
1M03 Plttston avenue, took place yester
day morning and wus largely attend
ed. Services were held in St, Joseph's
church, and Interment was made In
the Mlnooku cemetery,
A well attended and Interesting sc-
wtmrnM ,v Vi . Sis ' -'
m mm d
It's a sale which offers you advantages not to be duplicated
elsewhere, Remember the good things will be on sale all week.
Fit the Feet
Woman's Shoes, made of high grade vlcl and
dongola kid, not a pair In tho lot wortn less than $3.
We admit there Is not every size, yet you 'may find
just the size you want at half the price .. -originally
asked. Clearing Sale Price. 4)1,51
Woman's Genuine Dongola Kid Button and Lace
Shoes, heavy or light weight soles, with extension or
close edge,, soft and flexible. McKay sewed, have
every new and up-to-date feature. Clear-
ing Sale Price ". .39
Woman's Button and Lace Shoes, the best of
kidskin, with solid leather inner and outer soles, new
heel and toe shapes, extra protection ,
back stays, aU ,p 1 ,2i
FOR MEN A decided Shoe Bargain. Men's
Shoes, made from English Enamel Satin Calf and
Box Calf, always sold for $2.50 and $3.
Clearing Sale Price .90
slon of the South Side bowling club
was held at the headquarters on
Plttston avenue last evening.
Comet Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will meet in regular session this even
ing. There will be a special meeting of
the Orpheus Glee club Tuesday even
ing at 8 o'clock at the home of M. J.
Conrie. All members are requested
to attend as business of great impor
tance is to be transacted.
Twins have arrived to brighten the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Burke at SL'O
Stone avenue. Mr. Burke was being
congratulated by the Connell Hose
company last night of which lie was
Division 2L A. O. II., will meet for
Important business in St. John's hall
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Opening of the Fair In St. Mary's
Hall Speech Delivered by Judge
John P. Kelly.
The fair, under the auspices of the
various societies connected with the
Holy Rosary church, opened last night
iu St. Mary's hall. Tho hull has been
beautifully decorated and booths have
been erected, which contain articles
that are to be chanced olf each even
ing. The committee In charge of the
fair have arranged to have an excel
lent musical programme each evening.
Tho proceeds of the fair will go to
remodel St. Mary's hall, to lit It up
with galleiles, give It 111010 seating
capacity and enlarge the stage for local
Judge John P, Kelly gave a very In
teresting speech In opening tho fair,
He was n former member of Holy Ros
ary congregation, and stated that six
teen years ago the only two church
societies of tho parish, St. Joseph's and
St, Mary's, agreed to build the hall for
the benefit of the local societies. The
project was successful, through the
hard work of the societies nnd of the
late Rev. Moses Whitty.
The following musical progranmio
was rendered last evening: Selection,
Providence Silver Comet band; song,
John Sherwln; piano solo, Mury fier
rlty; address, Judge Kelly; solo, Will
lam P, Lynott; solo, Master John Mor
Thursday evening tho Institution of
Human Development will hold a large
moss meeting In the tabernacle of the
North Muln Avenue Baptist church,
Colonel E, II. Ripple and Judge II. M,
Edwards will bo In attendance and will
make addresses, Everybody Is Invited,
This Includes ladles.
Tho North Scranton Republican club
will meet Friday evening,
Every member of tho North Scranton
Glee club s requested to attend a meet
ing of the club this evening at 7 o'clock.
An enrollment of tho members who In
tend to compete at Allentown will bo
made. Only those members who enroll
tonight will bo allowed to enter tho
Tho Prlceburg Crystals and Twenti
eth Century team, of Mlnooku, will pluy
a gamo of basket ball Thursday night
In the Auditorium.
The drawing for a watch, for tho
benellt of Edward Wlgley, of Oak
street, has been postponed until Febru
Tho stutionury oiiBlneeis and llrenieu
are requested to be present at O'Mal
ley's hull this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Miss Tlim'tu Lynott, of Brick uyur
nue, Jias gone to Curlmndule.
Joseph McAuilrcw, of Verry avenue,,
il OF 0111
BEGINS MS iOlE
At Ninety-Five Cents.
Some very popular vorks Books of the hour by well-known authors.
"Count Hannibal," by Weyman. "In Spite of All," by Edna Lyalll,
"Jo Have and to Hold," by Mary Johnston. "Superior Sacrifice," by
Bowles. "Dri and I," "Eben Holden" by Bacheller. "Man from den
ary," by Ralph Connor. "David Harum," by Westcott. "Cavalier,"
by Geo. Cable. "Ruling Passion," Vandyke. "St. Elmo," Augusta
Evans. "Tysbeth," H. Rider Haggard. "Redemption of
David Corsen," by Goss. Special price this week 95C
who recently sustained a sprained knee
cap, In the Dickson colliery, is some
The revival meetings conducted last
week in the Providence Methodist
Episcopal church were largely at
tended and very interesting. Tho au
dience Sunday evening filled every seat
in the church. Secretary Many, of the
city Young Men's Christian associa
tion, with a band of helpers, will con
duct the "Wednesday evening service.
Meetings every evening this week but
Several new members were admitted
into the Lincoln lodge, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows, last evening.
Mrs. Ray Smith, of Oak street, litis
returned home, after visiting friends
Miss Dora McDonough, of New
York, arrived home Saturday to visit
her parents, on West Market street.
P. J. Ruane, of Fulton street, who
has been confined to his bed with a
severe attack of illness, Is somewhat
Jack O'Brien was again nrrested
yesterday on complaint of his father
and was sent to the 'county jail for
thirty day by Alderman Fldler.
The Passion Play, presented at Wash
ington luill last night, under the aus
pices of the congregation of St. Mary's
church, was largely attended and much
enjoyed by the many present. A spe
cial matinee has boon arranged for this
afternoon, for the benefit of the school
children, when the admission will be IS
It has been decided to hold the Re
publican borough primaries on Wednes
day, January 29, and the convention on
tho evening following at S o'clock, Tho
polls will be open from r to 7 o'clock.
Tho funeral of tlio late Mrs. James
Cummlngs, of Chestnut street, will oc
cur from St. Mary's church this morn
lag at U.30 o'clock.
Miss Agnes Shaw, of Rockland,, Me.,
Is the guest of Mrs. A. D, Blacklnton
at "The Iloniesetad," on Elm' street.
Rev. F. U. H.' Dreyer left yesteuluy
for Philadelphia, where he will act as
secretary of tho China inland mission
branch located theie.
John Allen, of Dudley street, was .se
veioly Injured by a full of loof at the
mines of the Nay Aug Coal company
on Saturday last.
Miss Mae Hoi an, of Madison avenue,
Is entertaining Miss Farnhuni, of Phila
delphia, Spencer Smith has returned to his
homo at Buffalo, after a visit with
lelatlves In town.
C, D, Parry, of Pitttston, Is moving
into one of the Lenuoii pioperllcs, on
Sons have brightened tho homes of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swift and Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Mauley, of chestnut street.
Tho doctors of the town were busily
engaged during all of yesterday in vac
diluting the children (n the publlo
schools. It is expected that by the
closo of today's sessions every pupil
enrolled will bo provided with a certifi
cate giving them a clean bill of health.
MISS MAIia.WtKT A. J3VANS, for.
inerly of West Scranton, died Jan, 19,
at the homo of hoi- uncle, William
"Walls, of Jersey City, Tho i-finalus
will be brought hero tomorrow at 1 p.
in. Iiiterinout will bo inada iu the
"Washburn street cemetery. Deceased
Is survived by two sisters and one
In other, Mrs. A. H. .Smith, Mrs. J, J.
Clark and Daniel Kvuiis.
1'UiH.H'ul of (he late
JONAS LONG'S SONS
THERE IS NO MORE INTERESTING
NEWS from the Big Store than that which comes
from tho Domestic Department during our Clearing
Sale this week.
Standard Indigo Blue Calico, the 6c .
kind. Clearing Sale Price 4C
Silver Grey Mourning Blacks and Ma
rine Blue Calicoes, the 6c kind. Clearing . i
Sale Price, yard , . 42C
10x4 Unbleached Muslin, the 16c kind. - i
Clearing Sale Price, yard 1 2C
Fine Unbleached Muslin, the 5c kind. 7
Clearing Sale Price, yard 3&C
. Extra Heavy Comfortables, fair size. .
Sale Price 43C
32-lnch Percales, ground work navy
blue, cardinal, cadet blue, black, double fold,
the 10c kind, Clearing Sale Price, yard. . oC
Children's Mittens Black Wool Mit-
tens. Sale Price OC
Woman's Double Mittens, in black. . i
Sale Price 1 2aC
Men's Mocha Gloves Grey and tan,
one button. Sale Price .' 93C
Woman's 2-Clasp Kid Gloves, our reg-
ular 75c quality. Clearing Sale Price 5vC
M. IlEIS, Lcssei
A. J. DUFFY, Bus.
O.NU X1GIIT OXI.V, TUKSDAY, JANUARY 21.
Mr. Charles 1'ioliiiian nrwnts
rir. William Faversham
and company, in a play in (our acts, entitled
Adopted 1J Gn.ilil Pit Maiirr. A iiufonneil
more than HO nights at tho Criterion llicatci,
i'lilC'KS Kntlrc lower floor, cc option ot Iat
four low.-, $1.50; last four io, 1.00; lulcony,
GO .mil " cents; Kalleiy, 2.", and W) .ents.
Vat on sale, Saturday at n 11. iu.
Wednesdny Matinee and Night,
Special engagement ot
Iu Die New Yoik Ijiiniie Theater Success
A conudy ihanu in tlnee aUs, by Captain
l'tiec Xiitlit, 25e. to fcl.M.
I'llris Matinee, Ji nnd 50 crnU; children U
am pait tin homo, 13 tcnK
alo of mmIh open Monday jt 0 a. m.
11. IIUS, Lessee. A. J. Duffy, Managtr.
Due Solid Week.
Hi:niX."XI.fl MONDAY, .lAXl'AnY 20.
The lutein Utile M.11 ol tho Kant,
Cunicrl Uidiotr.1 aid i:cellent Company
I leaded lv
Culoid of Soeneiy and lilrililnl KfTeilt. Illgli
(lav, ! id laities. 1'ilcii, J, 2U and 20 lent.,
taini;, I.iiiui. Xou'ltii".. Hepertoiies
r.VI.MXtl-Motida.v, "Shelter II iv"; Tiieilaj,
"l'Jttll Tlilit 210"; Wi'diutdaj, "'llie fiairinou
((ill"; TIiuimIjj, "My l'riend Horn India"; I'rl.
day, "Tho .New South"; t'.itiiiJjj, "An AiuciUaii
MA'llXi:i:s TihsiIjv, "tr.iiiKO Adenturcs of
Mlv 111 own"; WuliU'iiln , "iiuthiiio of Dover
1,'nks"; 'llmrsdaj, "heller IIjj"; l'llday, "Pawn
TnKct 21U"; ha tui day, "My 1'ilend from India."
ALK. O. HKnitlNCITO.S', Manaecr
'llllir.i: 11AY.S IIIXilNIXIi MONDAY .IAS. 20,
MONDAY. Tl'i:.DAY AND WIUl.VKSDAY,
January 20, 21, 22.
Jialliu-o i:ciy Pay,
Scranton Bicycle Club
Tuesday Evening, Jan.
Prof, ri, J, Dwycr and
Dan S. ricLeocl
I-;. Mursey, of ii Dwiii Mreot, who died
l-'ilday iif lor a short IlliiPhS, will take
place from her Into rcbldeiu-u tlls af
ternoon at - o'eloelt. .Mrs. Mursey wan
a well known and hluhly resneetcd
lady iiiuoiur llie people of that twtiou
and ht'i- death is a great blow to lliem.
Sorvli-PH will be conducted at the
house. lutuiinuiit iu tho Fotest Ulll