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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1902.
TO BE GIVEN" BY THE OLD
FOLKS' CHOIR OF BELLEVUE.
Some Notablo Characters Ilepresont
cd by tho Participants Successful
Supper In the First Welsh Congre
gational Church Happenings of
the Day Among tho Churches.
Meeting of tho Men's League Eas
ter Dance Disorderly House Bald
ed News Notes and Personals.
The Old Folks' concert to be Riven
nt the Hcllavuc Welsh '. M. church
Wednesday evening will be tho musical
ovent of- tho week. RcV. "Wllllnin
Dnvls, tho pastor, will preside. Tho
leader will ba "Professor Lndyhtiuk,"
nnd the pianist "Do Witt I'udorowskl."
John It. James, "Eos y Jtrynluti," Is
llio choir manager. The following pro
gramme will bo rcnilcrcil:
Chorus, "Ilirlcch" Villain- tmlr
Siq I. .Illy J.l.lllOHT
,u.irtette VIll.iRp cl.olr
teitntion Uhaile Dlckein
('lioius, "I'.ir .l.iy" Village Choir
Silo llishop Vumvuiklc
Win. Pallet, JCnnry l'.U'k, Lawyer 1V1H
foRger und .Imlffe 'jii.icltenhiish.
Vlionnsr.li.il .selection t'nole .To.-h
Nilo D.m J. mo
Female t'hoir, "(hvenlth tisvyn"
Loader l'ojiiry Smith.
Clioius "Long Aco" Village limit'
olo laiura ll.ir.l-s
llecilatloti Ileal ill ltil;rtU
Solo I'iw Smith
Phonograph selection I'nelc Josh
Chorus, "Stlike the Cymbal-," Village iliolr
Quartette Village linlr
DialogtuV'Tlio (.'onsii-."..f.aui,i Hanks ,lwe .loi't'i
Silo ami clionn, "Old Iliad; .loo".... Old llaiby
Chorus, "JjIwju On' Village choir
Miss Ibe), May Jones, Cnssle Evans,
Ico cteam, Miss Jennie Williams,
Mls? Maggie Harris, Joshua Ellas;
candy tin Norma Wllllnms, Mrs.
Taking tickets nt door, W. J, Thom
as, Tom Ellas, Richard Jones.
Taking tickets at table, Arthur
Thomas, D. Williams, Owllymn Orlf
Ilths, John Williams, Isalic Davles.
tn kitchen, Mrs. Esther Abraham,
Thomas, Mrs. John Edwards, Mrs.
Mary T. Jenkins, Mrs. Charles Ibel,
Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Noah Davles, Mr.
Lewis Davles, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. D. W.
Morgans; carver, Edward Davles;
manager of supper, Theophlhis Dowcn,
superintendent of Sunday school.
regular meetings on Monday evenings.
Tho next meeting will bo held on
March 3, when all male members of the
chllrch will bo expected to be present.
Fell on tho Sidewalk.
James arldlths, of Fourteenth street,
fell on the BltloWuiic In front of Helser
& Warnko's store on Main avenue, last
evening and was rendered uncon
scious, lie was assisted In to Davles' drug
store, where he soon revived, nnd was
able to go home.
Disorderly House Balded.
Lieutenant Davis und squad raided n
house lit Sclmcll court Saturday night
kept by a woman named Ellen Mitchell.
In addition to her, Nora Drntly, David
Turner, of Mineral street; and Andrew
Uersholl, of S2I West Lackawanna
avenue, were arrested.
The Mitchell woman was lined $10,
and In default was committed for 3d
days. The Urndy woman took 20 days
Instead of paying $.". and Turner and
Ilerschell each paid $." fines.
Joseph MoN'umurn, of 918 Scranton
street, who was arrested at the In-,
stance of his wife for disorderly con
duct, went up for SO days In default
of ji $7 fine.
Clean tho Walks Today.
Weather .Man Clark predicts a rain
storm today, und advises pcolo to pre
pare for tho Hood which Is bound to
It Is essential that property holders
dean their sidewalks nnd gutters as
quickly as possible to avoid the at
LEON AND VOLPE COMMITTED
TO THE COUNTY JAIL.
, Colonial Conundrum Supper.
A very successful supper was held
In the First Welsh Congregational
church Saturday evening. Costumes
suggestive of colonial time were worn
by the young ladles and gentlemen
serving the supper. The tables were
looked after by Misses Lizzie Jenkins
ttnd Esther Thomas at table No. 1, and
Mary A. Thomas and Helen Jones at
table No. 2, assisted by the following
Misses Helen Thomas, Sarah Davles,
Casslo Jenkins, Catherine Abraham,
Amy Reynolds. Lizzie Thomas. Alice
Phillips, Anna Jones, Alma Davles,
Dtifoiip's French Tar
Will promptly relieve, and speedily cure
rough"!, cold and all Iunc trouble. l'or
sale by a. W. JUMUSS, 101 South Main
'Twill Be an Easter Dance.
Tho dance to be given tinder the di
rection of the Social committee of the
West Side Republican club, will bo a
typical Easter dance, with its floral
decorations and attendant spring dis
play of pretty gowns by the ladles In
So many Inquiries have been made
about the event that the committee'
will be prepared to make definite an
nouncements in a few days. In all
probability Washington hall or St. Da
vid's hall will be engaged, and the date
will be fixed for the first week in April.
Uauer will provide the music, and the
same gentlemen previously announced
will be In charge of the details.
The Electric City Wheelmen's Min
strel company held a rehearsal yester
day afternoon and sang in splendid
form. The boys are progressing nicely
and Intend to put on a very creditable
Tlie Scran ton Choral society held
their regular rehearsal last evening In
the Jackson Street Baptist church,
where a large number of singers as
sembled to rehearse the competitive
selection for the national eisteddfod.
The Oxford Glee club met In Co
operative hall yesterday afternoon.
They will compete at the Allcntown
eisteddfod on March 17.
Among tho Churches.
Rev. James Hennhiger, pastor of the
Hampton street Methodist Episcopal
church, preached his annual missionary
sermon yesterday morning on the sub
ject, "The Romance of Missions."
Rev. William Davis, of the Hellenic
Welsh Culvlnistk! Methodist church,
preached In Welsh yesterday morning,
and at the 0 o'clock service tho Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor
wore In charge of the services. An in
teresting programme was rendered.
The morning services at tho First
Welsh Rnptlst church wore conducted
in Kngllsh by the pastor. Rev. D. D.
Hopkins, who spoke In Welsh at the
6 o'clock service.
The ordinance of baptism wus ad
ministered at tho close of the morn
ing service in the Jackson street Bap
tist church yesterday.
The choir of tho Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church rendered a special
programme of music at the morning
service yesterday, which was appre
ciated by the congregation.
Rev. David Jones, pastor of the First
Welsh Congregational church, occupied
the pulpit of the Plymouth church last
They Are the Men Who Held Up
George Lovelasu, Near Bull's Head.
Funornls o James Brace, of Will
iam Street, and W. A. Andoreon,
of North Main Avenue Pro
gramme to Bo Rendered in tho Y,
W. C, A. Parlova Tonight Per
sonals and Other Notes.
rajVKMHEiT J2jSSsS3f EvMffirwJI mZMmSttHmw -..
Events of This Evening.
The Electric City Wheelmen and tho
Elks will bowl a. match game on the
former's alleys this evening.
The "Ren Jlur" lecture, by Rev. Rob
ert F. Y. Pierce, will be given at the
First Welsh Rnptlst church this evening.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Men's League Meeting.
The Men's League of the Plymouth
Congregational church met last even
ing after the regular service. This
rociety is a new factor in the church
and in tho near future they will show
some of their work.
It was decided last evening to hold
The. members of St. Paul's Pioneer
corps and St, Leo's battalion, of the
Catholic Total Abstlnance Union will
attend communion services at St. Pat
rick's Catholic church at 9 o'clock next
Sunday morning. "
George Washington Rornpaugh, who
has earned for himself the sobriequet
of "Jack tho Hugger," was fined 'l In
police court Saturday morning for his
persistent annoyance of women on the
There will be an eisteddfod at the
Welsh Congregational church, North
Scranton, on St. David's day, but thus
far no competitors have been an
nounced from West Scranton and it is
not known whether or not there will
The members of Electric City com
mundcry, Knights of Malta, arc re
quested to assemble at their ball at 2
o'clock this afternoon to attend the
funeral of their late brother, James F.
A number of cutlers were overturned
on Main avenue lust evening and the
occupants dumped into the snow. Pa
trolman Malott distinguished himself
by preventing several runaways. No
one was- injured.
The Ladies' choir will meet for re
hearsal tomorrow evening at S- o'clock
In the Plymouth Congregational
John Leon and Domlnlck Voice, of
Bull's Head, who attempted to rob
George Lovclass, Friday night, were
committed to tho county jail, without
ball, Saturday. George Loveluss testi
fied that while ho was coming out of
Ruddy's store, on North Main avenue,
tho two men sprang at hltn nnd
knocked him down. His cries for help
were heard by Mrs. Hughes and her
screams brought Domlnlck Ruddy to
the scene. At this the men started to
move away, but one of them turned and
fired two shots at Ruddy, one of which
went through u panel of the store door.
The sounds of the shots brought n
number of citizens from Cerlne's hotel,
who, with Patrolman Jollier, gave
chase. The men were captured trt the
Red Barn, and lodged in the Provi
dence station house.
The funeral of James Brace, of Will
iam street, took place from his late
residence yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Services were held at tho home
by Rev. J. V. Davis, of the First Welsh
Baptist church, on Market street, as
sisted by R? A. H. Smith, of the
North Main Avenue Bantlst church.
Interment wus made In the Washburn
The remains of the late W. A. Ander
son, of North Main avenue, were taken
to Leroy, X. Y over the Lackawanna
railroad, for burial, Saturday evening.
The funeral services were in charge ot
the Ezra Grlflln post, No. ISO, Grand
Army of the Ilepubllc, and the Masonic
order, and were held nt the house.
To any one Buffering from Brlght's dis
ease, weak kidneys, stone In tho bladder
or -what Is commonly known among
"women as "fomnlo weakness" wo will
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which Imperils tho patient's health.
"Do you deslro to urinate often? Aro
you compelled to get up frequently during
"Do you have pains In the small of tho
"Does your urine stain linen?"
"Is there a scalding pain In passing It?"
"Is It difficult to hold the urine back?"
"Are you troubled with vital weak
nesses?" If the answer Is "Yes" to any of thrso
questions your kldncyo or bladder are dls-cased,
TRY THIS TEST.
Put some Urine In glass tumbler and Vi
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stringy or ropy, your kidneys or blodder
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such dangerous symptoms as pain in the
back, inability to bold urine, frequent de
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tho unpleasant and dangerous effects on
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' We receive thousand? of voluntary tes
timonials from our patients, who canno
pay enough In praise of Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy, which lias cured
tlicm of their kidney and 'liver troubles.
Our patients who have been cured tell of
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William F. Bnder of Drlggs av. and Gth?
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Mr. J. S. Dean, Commander of General
Grant Post, G. A. R of Rondout, N. Y
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Kennedy's Favorite Remedy cured him,
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In one week he felt better, and to-day
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Miss Anna ,1. Almcs of 320 Soper St.,
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It Is a blessing In old age.
It will euro any case of kidney, liver,
bladder or blood disease.
Presented with a Chair.
Nine of the members of an organi
zation known as, "The Jolly Ten," were
surprised the other day to learn that
the tenth member, Isaac S. Jones, had
taken unto himself a wife and they ac
cordingly decided to surprise him In
return. The nine trapped to the home
of tho newly wedded couple on Friday
night and presented them with a beau
tiful arm chair.
The members of the Ten who were
present were as follows: Mine In
spector Roderick, Mail Carrier Armlt
Thomas. Mail Carrier D. A. Reese,
Richard Roderick, Lewis H. John, John
B. Owens, Thomas D. Davles, Richard
J. Richards and Morris Hughes, of
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Programme for This Evening.
The following programme will lie
given tn the Younir Women's Christian
association parlors, 201S North Main
avenue, this evening:
''''no li.s Lima li.diriel
Itet-itjliuii Mfcs liutli Whytt:
"act .MI'sea Tail and Anna Hcose
iiriilalioii Jlki Klizabelh Jones
Violin iolo Hiss Union Hill
Duet Misses May June and Jane William
Dialogue. ...Mi.-.-ca licrtlu Wliyte, ilMlicr UiiMu
1'i.itm solo Ift.,? l,nnia fiabiiel
Many young women aro to bo dressed
to represent colonial and other charac
ters, and a jolly time is anticipated.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
This sale of Muslin Underwear has set the town talk-
inp;. Selling fine muslin things at the prices we ask for 2T
;-j them is having its effect. Great values wc think. You'd s?
r think the same if you knew what these goods cost us. 3i
1 Of All Things in This World 1
Don't Buy Muslin Underwear
Just Wherever You Happen to Be
There are little secret goodnesses about the reliable kind l
mm u win pay 10 come nere lor. it was never clearer
me extravagance ot home-making in (he light
Muslin Underwear prices as we now offer.
of such -
1 Gowns, 49c to $5.00
i Long; Skirls, 49c to $10.00
Short Skirts, 25c to $2.00
g Corset Covers, 18c to $3.00
if Chemise, 25c to $3.00
Drawers, 23c to $3.00
We bought these a less than the usual cost, and sell S
them to you at n slight margin above what they cost us, &
Prices on paper can't tell the storv see the trondi fnr !
yourself and then judge.
story see the goods for g!
The Infants' Wear
There's everything here for the ''autocrat ol the break- 22
fast table." Kvery mother wants to-seo her baby look- S'
ing the best and she can find here the things to do it i
with. And there's special prices on Infants' Goods this &
I Globe Warehcinel
Mrs. M. 1j. DpiivIi, of Jackson street,
attended the funeral of a relative at
Muplewood on Saturday.
Mrs. J. P. Moffat, of Washburn street,
entertained her Sunday school class re
cently. She was assisted by Mrs. W.
H. Freeman and Miss Mame Burlin
game. Calvin J. Coons, n well-known
young man, will leave today for Col-
oiado, where he will make his home.
James Newton, of Decker's court,
left Saturday on a three months' trip
to the old country.
Miss Ktllth Fowler, of South Hyde
Park avenue, spent Sunday with
friends at Espy.
Thomas Morris, of North Main ave
nue, Is recovering from an attack of
George Scheuster, of North Oarlleld
nvenue, is confined to his; home by ill
ness. Miss Hattle Bevnn, of West Pitts
ton, is the guest of Miss Mablo Spencer,
of Jackson street,
Irving Kern, of Scranton street, the
local representative of the Republican
Is 111 at his home.
The ''Don Ton Hurlesciuers" will
positively 111! their engagement nt the
Stur, M-glnnlng with matinee this af
Itev. I I!. Poster, nsiLsttint pallor of 1 lie
(liven lliilsc I'lccli) Icnan iluncli, oicupled tho
pulpit of lli.it cliiiuli ycftti'ii'iiy morulns,', in the
iiImmico of i)i, Um-siui;, who is nt Warren, Dr.
.Mlnton, inodeialor of llin general .iiwnlily,
preached in thu ewnlr.ir. Patriot's day was ol
bciMil in the i'MTcNck nf llio Sahhalli hchool,
Attorney II. II. Itejnolils, nf Saiider.-nn ave
nue, lias letuiueil fioni a bu,Inc-a tilp tn Vir
ginia. Ml.s I.uM Dover and Mr. I larenco Smith Imvu
returned tn their home in i'mt Jeriis, X, V.,
after u iit of M'Wi.il weeks at the home of
Mr, and Mis.' A. It. Mimcll, of Diclwon avenue.
The Alumni association of School No, 27, held
their second unnual luniuet in Morell's lull last
evening. The wily pait nf the eveuiiitf was oc
cupied Willi u little drama pretentcd h,v tomo
of the iiiciiibirs. hater taipcr wa terved and an
Informal bovl.il hour enjoyed, Those In attend
ance, weres I'rol. and Mi.i, Hanker, MImm tier.
tliido,Vlll.iiii'il Hemic Add) nun, Wia llawkfr,
Vnui Hawker, Clare Slucnm, lUiy Mori in, Kthel
Del'i'W, Dora lloiniler, ,lcsli I'iillam, l.eciie i'atn.
ham, Kthel Cooper, I'loience bhookj Menitt.
Hex Treutlen, Newton llanlcy, lahvaul I'l.vnn,
Culver liuiley, William HriKlit, 'IIioiim Wal
king Miiwu Mowell, Aiclilf WllllaiiH, John
Price, l'liaile Tohey and l.els Williams,
At the liiein ltldirv 'mU tuit, I'apuitse and
II edM milk 2,5c
S pound coffee , , a5o
Salt inackeiel , p)u
Dairy hotter o:,c
Yiutt take , (.
Stuffed olUra 10 tu 13c
Navel cnaiiKca , 13 to 10c
fndlUli, llenliiK, Chilian Huddle. Illoatw, etc.
'i'honc. fli-1, New 'phone, lyf.
Wednesday evening class No. 11, of
the Memorial Bantlst church, will give
an excellent entertainment in tho
J. S. Wheeler, of Green Grove, is
among callers In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGulre are re
joicing over the arrival of it baby girl.
Mrs. Emma Travis and daughter,
Mabel, of Faetoryvllle, are. visiting
friends on North Main avenue.
Dr. AV. A. Peck, of North Main ave
nue, has returned after u short busi
ness trio to Philadelphia.
Friday evenlnir, before a fair-sized
audience, the clerks of Mulle.v's store
defeated the clerks from Channel's, in
an interesting bowling match, in the
North Scranton bowling alleys.
Mrs. Harry Dietrick, nf Kingston, Is
visiting at the homo of Mrs. George W.
Davis, ot West Market street.
Brychan Thomas is seriously ill at
Ills home on Wavne avenue.
JAMES H. TIMLIN died at his homo
on Main street, Jermyn, at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, peacefully pass
ing away surrounded by his family and
relatives. The deceased was stricken
down just two months ago, his physi
cian diagnosing his Illness as Brlght's
disease. Other physicians were later
consulted, but they held out little hope
of his recovery. For the past two
weeks he hud at times been so low that
it seemed Impossible that he could sur
vive long, but his vigorous constitution
and recuperative powers enabled him
to rally, giving his friends hope that
ho might be spared and regain a fair
measure of health. Wednesday morn
ing a, change for tho worse set in nnd
he gradually sank until the end came.
Deceased was born in Ireland, fifty-1
six years ago. Coming to this country
when n young man, he resided in SoutTi
Scranton for eleven years, and worked
in the South Side steel mill. He was
afterwards a traveling .salesman, and
for the past twenty years had been In
the hotel business at Jermyn. He Is
survived by his wife and son, Hon. P.
K., attorney and former member of the
legislature, and two daughters, Misses
Sadie and Mary I3 who have the sym
pathy of a largo host of friends for the
great loss they have sustained. He was
ft member of the Emmet club; A. O. IT.,
Division No. 10, of Jermyn; C. M. B.
j., oi -rcnuaiu, ncsuies several re
ligious organizations connected with
tho Church of tho Sacred Heart, of
Jermyn, of which he was u member.
Ho was held in high esteem in the com
munity in which he lived. Prominent
and active in politics, ho was for years
a member of tho Democratic executive,
county and legislative committees, and
to ids party, as to his church and fam
ily, he was a loyal and true worker.
He was a man of big heart, generous,
upright and honest in his dealings with
his fellqw-mon, by whom ho was ad
mired for his straightforwardness of
character, sterling manhood and rugged
honesty. The funeral announcement will
appear in tomorrow's issue of The Tri
bune. Iiiterment will be made in the
family burial plot in St. Thomas' Catho
lic cemetery, Archbald,
NEW ARMORY, SCRANTON, PA.,
MONDAY, PEB 24, 1902, AT 8.30 F. M.
Under Direction Frod. C. Hand Diagram Opans at Powell's Musia
Store, Monday, Fob. 17, at 9 a. m. Tickets -$1.00, $1.50, $2 and $2.50.
Stein,way Piano Used.
I When Joyce I
Cuts a Figure
The Cut Is Beep
The "Bon Ton Buiiesquers"
positively nil their engagement at the
Star, beginning with matinee this af
JOHN HAYES, of 328 PItttston ave
nue, died Saturday morning at his
llOllin fffn, r, ll,1ro,l,.n lllnn.i x A...
a year. The deceased was 46 years old.
A GREAT SURPRISE
In In itoro for all who nso Kemp's nalsim lor the
Throat and Lungs the neat Kuarantced icmedv.
Would you lelicve that it U wld on it merit, und
ny diui-l,t li uutlniUed by (he proprietor cl
IhU woiideiful lemedy In she jmi u Miuple bottle
Iree? It new falU lg cum acute or ihionlc
cnutfi- All Mimuuu -I'll JU'llip'. ISai.jui. I'rkc.
l-'ai aud iOc.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
There is trouble ahead for some of
the boys near tho Council hose house,
unless they nro more circumspect in
tho use of firearms. For some time past
complaints havo been made because of
the reckless handling of ilobert guns,
which the young men and boys have
taken In hand with a view to extermin
ating tho tmnrrow. Yesterday a, shot,
no doubt intended for a sparrow, went
through a parlor window and Just
missed the head of u person In the
room, badly frightening him.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam
is guaranteed to euro nil coughs, "No
cure; no pay." For sala by all dealers.
Tho now parish house of the Hickory
Street Presbyterian church Is practic
ally complete, and tho interior work Is
being pushed to a Mulsh. The steam
heat plant Is also being Installed, und
there Is hopes that the formal opening
will take place on or about St. Pat
rick's day. In anticipation of the event
tho Choral union is bard at work re
hearsing tho cantata to bo given at
that time. Preparations aro now under
way and un excellent programme Is
being arranged by tho commltteo in
charge. The Choral union will meet at
the church tonight for practice, una all
members are urged to uttend,
The people of this side were much In
convenienced because of tho total luck
of street car service yesterday,
Camp 130, Patriotic Order Sons of
America, will meet In weekly session
Conrad Pul, tho well-known wngon-
nitikei' and blacksmith, Is greatly im
proved, after having passed through a
lhe South Side Bowling club will bold
a session this evening.
llenry Kelper, of this side, who has
been paying a short visit to his family,
loft at midnight last evening for Cniia
serugu, N. y,, where he is employed by
Charles A. O. Sturk, also of this side,
Tho "Bon Ton nurlesiiuers" will
positively till their engagement at the
Star, beginning wltlv matinee this .af
nnd during tho Spanish-American war
served ns n musician In the Thirteenth
regiment band. He contracted a severe
cold while at Augusta, Ga which
brought on tho illness to which ho
finally succumbed, "Jack," as he was
popularly culled, was a boon companion
and a loyal friend. He will be given a
soldier's funeral by the members of
General Gobln command, S. W. V., to
morrow morning at S o'clock.
ANTHONY KINBACK. ono of tho
best known residents of Archhald, died
at o'clock last evening, after un Illness
of several weeks. Ho was born In Ger
muny, sixty-four years ago. He settled
In Archhald, where ho engaged in tho
undertaking business until about fif
teen years ugo, when ho retired. Mr.
Kinbnck was a shrewd business man,
and honorable and upright In all deal
ings. He is survived by u wife and the
following children: Katie, Albert and
Nicholas, of Arclibald; John H., An
thony, jr., and William, of Peclcvillo;
und Frederick J of Elizabeth, N, J.
MHS. niCHAHD MIUIPHY died on
Saturday morning at her home, 1137
Bulwer street, after an illness of two
months. The deceased woman, who
was widely known and highly esteemed,
la survived by her husband and the
following children: Mrs. William Qer
rlty, .Mrs. Daniel Glynn and Miss Nellie
JAMES HUGHES, ror .some time a
bartender ut tho t'omviiv house, died
Saturday at Hot Springs, Ark., where
he went In search of health some three
weeks ago, His remains will be brought
to his homo In this city.
DAVID T. HQYAM. the Infant child
of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllum K. lloynll, of
1707 Price Btreet, died yesterday. The
funeral will take place tomorrow after
noon, interment will bo mode In tho
Wushburn street cemetery,
Ho bollerves in tho ndage that
"things done by halves are
never clone right."
For Monday, Tuesday
Joyce's. Best XXXX
Fionr $3.95 a
Sugar Cared Hams,
FIRE IN THE CABTER BUILDING.
The Upper Story Will Have to Be
An electric light wire is held respon
sible for a fire that on Saturday after,
noon did considerable damage to the
C.irter building ut the southeust cor-
Fresh Bread 3c a
Loaf, Regular Five
XI ltlJIS. I.rpi" ml Mariacter,
A. .1. DUTY, IluJnes.) Manaqcr.
TinstJay Night Only, Fab, 25.
In the funniest of their funny hits,
Account of Eliza
I'lii-es $I..V, $1.00, 7!ie.. .'i)c. and 25c.
S-eaU on nalo .Saturday, I'ehnuiy :!.
Wadnssda, February 26.
The Talented Yuung Comedian,
IN HIS NKW PI.AY,
Peats on fale Monday.
Academy of ftusic
PopuIarPriced Provisions g
ner of Adams avenue and Linden
street, Tho lire started in tho upper
(loor occupied by ,1. Frank Klegel's
dancing academy and after an hour's
work the firemen got the blasie under
Besides Professor Slegel tho following
tenants sustained losses: Scranton
conservatory of music, Alfred Wooler,
A. J. Dully, Manager.
And her company, in repertoire,
Playlnjr the bcit of the hiuher Uasi plays.
Monday Night, "IIHAPIXfi Till: WlllllbWI.VI)."
Matinees dally, i&mniencin;- Tuesday,
1'ihes, V),lfiO, ;i() ecnU Matinee, 10 and 20 rents.
AIT. C. Iir.UHlXOTO.N'. Manaccf.
Monday, Tuesday and Wedneidiy, 1'eh. 21, 23, M
Matinee every day.
Successors to Machine Business
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranto
and Wllkes-Carre, Pa. i
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Minlil
Miss HurdeiihorBli, Miss Worthington, iS Pr0l.G,F.T.!EEL,U27 six that".
Ciutoly & Fitzgerald and Carter ei I B jgi i;hm.ii.i r. o.i if-. bpull.i I.
, ,, , ,, ,, , , ,, i& il Aurrlt.. flu.rantM. to fur. il.abu.11 I'rlt.tr
Sleeker. The building was owned by P. TT i..,(fr,.h,iuiud.),,tbus
l Cnrlrr 'I'litt total loi'i will lm lie. .ffS "' rot.". nnou D.bllli;. Ut bio4,
tween ?3,00O and $1,000. It will be nee
essury to rebuild the upper story of the
The fire did Utile daiuagu in the con
servatory mid It will not interfere with
the regular work of tho classes, sched
uled for today,
DEATH OFilW LATANE
Action Taken by the Vestry of Grace
Reformed Episcopal Church nt n
A meeting of tho vestry of Oraco
church wus held Sunday noon, Febru
ary 23, to Hike some action relutlyo to
thu deatli of iuv. James A, l.utane, 1).
1) of lialtlmore. presiding bishop ot
the Reformed Kolseopal church and
bishop of the New York and Phlladel
fly unanimous voto the p-istor. Itev.
CJeorge l. Alrleh, wus reutiested to at
tend the bishop's funeral, us tho repre-
.. .,.... La k.a.l F.i.UaapnTHlluD.l.l.llliuIrl
, pirn, ...i mi ... .,-- '""- -- - ---.
Icspe.l.g.tr pifdlcm wa fi.cing.iirouq. Mfuoo pprr,fl
seiittitlvo of Onui! ehureli. A. commit
tec was appointed to druft a mlnuJ
expressive of the feelings of tho vesM
The committee reported us rouows;
Words cannot elirec our deep wiiee of the
rrparalile leal nhUli ha.-, tome to our loniniunll
followlni; w ilo upon me iteparliiiu of
folliier lilshop, llev. W. It. Nteholoii, U.
(iod It soul) afllittini; iu u ran only
imufoit in II U own uoiuV Whom lliv I.l
Itnctli, Ho ilu.-tuu'iii."
Our dear llUhop 1-alauo j.i a hoin leadeil
men not anihllioiij tu he twit, hut teleetedl
hln fellow orl.ei8 liei-jute of hu sracioiu It
tonality, his cuellrnt judgment, liw fainus -
debate and aa a iieluinff oftioei' III our grj
coiiiieil, hl.i linn adheieuec to iiilnelplel
hi readlnoM, tu jleld in any personal nil
He made the U'ooLed pilh stiahjht mil
loiiitn piaeeet plain.
An a pieaiher he a etauuelUal, plain,
loBiiul. He pieaihed i hrl'l and Hint ml
i:u.v one who knew him, knew that he prjl
wlui lie lireaihed. He. wu a livmir el
known aud lead uf all nun. (iod help usl
follow hU guod example that w'th him wj
he pat taken of Ilia he.'ieuly kingdom.
-rrihl. Vi-, JM ,