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THE SURANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1902.
' The News of Calbonf ale.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
; Deluwaie nnd Hudson Railroad.
Nov nnJirr 21. HMI, ,
r Tmlm leave Caibondllo nt illy station ni rol.
For Sainton nnd U nkevltnre-0.09. 7.00, SW,
lioi, looi, n.ai a. ".: i.it M-i. m, s.oo,
con, r.oti, looi, n w p. m. , 1f
Sun.lavtt.lm lcue at Hull, 11.21 a. m.i l.M.
.10. flfM, 8.!M I). in, . ,, , ...
. Por Aliniiv. Samtoga. Mo.ilicil. lloloii, Vw
3'imMliil points, etc., 7.00 n. In ! 1.B1 !' '"
ForW.nrt nn.l lloncdal.., 7.2i, 11.0. a. m !
"hnily hiiL leave Wnvn.art ami llonetdale
Bt OS0 .1. 111. I 1.1.' i. I". , , , u-llt,,..llirie.
Tmliu nrilvc nt Cirbondile froni Mil ;'',r',
ami fccinnton a follows! lW.,fcS;!j 1
n. in.! 1J.37, 2 00, 3.11, 4.2$, U OS, 7.01, 8 .11, "'.
11.87 P. in. I 2 03n. in. . ,,,,. ,
Smelly mini mrlvc at 0 27 a, in.J U.10, !'.
4 2S, 0U!, II BT p Ijl. . ,, , ,,.,
Sutidiv trnliu arrive nt rnibondalp from wa
mart nnd Hoiicd tie at 12 17 ami 7.o p.
New York, Ontnilo nnd Western.
f-eptoinber 17. 1001. . , '
Tnlm leave Caibondite for Reunion nt ..oo a.
in j 4 00 p. ni.
Siimliv Irulmrt 7.00 n..m ; 0.00 ii in.
Tialna leave Carbondilo foi point! noi li nt
11.10 n. tn. On Sutidiy nt IU0 n. in. Ha In
leaving at II.00 n. in week dav ami O.l U n. 111.
fcundaji nuke connection for cw A oil., lorn-
Tralni 'arrive from Scnnton nt 11.10 a. in.: M0
p. m.i from point norl.Ii, 4.00 p. i. ""
from Scnnton at 0.10 a. in. ami " !' m"
from Cadoslo. at 0 Oil p. in.
.lune 21, 1001. , , ,
Train 7eive city elation, Cuban. hie, dail.v
l"cicpt Sundav) at 7.00 a. ni. and I Si p m. for
Ilran.lt and Mncveii; nt Oil n. ni ililh (
c opting hundiy), for lllnglnnilon. making ion
iicetlons for New Yoik city and Buffalo, and at
O.10 p. Jn. for Susquehanna, making connections
for western points. , ,
Sunday trains at 0 4". n. m. for Sinntichamia.
with western connections and 0 2. p. m. Willi
Trains arrive at P 53 a. m. and G 45 p. m
Eundajs at 8 51 a. in.
JORDAN IS RECOVERING.
Hie Itfan. Shot ly Patrick McNulty
Is Aole to Sit Up in Hospital
."Ward Other Hospital Cases.
Martin Jordan, the West Side iesi
dent, whose leg waH llddled with uitd
Shot by Ills neighbor, Patrick McNulty,
over two months ago, and whose life
was despaired of mote than once, has
fooled the staff: at Emergency hospital,
and is getting well. He Is coming
aiound slowly, and sits up in the vvaid
a. part of each day. The hospital peo
ple marvel at his rally ftom death's
door, while McNulty and his fr lends
are lejolelng that the accused, who is
under ball for trial, will not have to
answer the charge of manslaughter,
that would have been pi eferred against
McNulty by Chief of Police McAndrew,
in the event of Jordan's death.
The shooting took place during the
eatly morning hours of Sunday, and
ft oni the evidence they have gatn
cied the police do not think that
theie was any mmderous intent on Mc
Nulty's part and that the shooting was,
in pait, justiiled. Jordan is looked upon
as Intiuder, who attacked the home of
McNulty, bombarding it with stones
.md cuislng threats" at the McNulty
l.imlly. It is on these gtoumls that the
justification is based.
It appeals that Joidan, who is a
neighbor of the McNultys, came to the
McNulty house and endeavored to gain
,n entiance. Mis. McNulty was pre
pailng a meal for her son, who worked
with the night force at the silk mill.
MuNulty, who was down the load way,
waiting for the boy, heard the noise
made by Jordan's stone-throwing and
piof.tnlng, and, huirying back to the
house, he got out an old musket, lusty
fiom age, and tilled it with a charge
of blrdshot that was even moie lusty.
Jordan grew more desperate, and one
of the btones, it is claimed, nairowiy
missed the head of Mrs. McNulty and
her youngest child, whom she cat lied
in her arms. Fearing for his life, Mc
Nulty bald, lie lhed, the charge lodg
ing in the flesh around Jordan's ankle.
Jordan was taken to Emeigency hos
pital. The lusty shot, coupled with his
debilitated condition, by reason of his
dissipation, caused the leg to become
infected, and for weeks he hovered be
tween life and death. Several times it
was believed that he had no chance
whatever for recovery. A few weeks
ago ho showed some improvement,
which grew surprisingly, and a few
days ago ho was allowed to sit up. Now
every thins seeni3 favorable to his le
toverji Other Hospital Cases.
Stephen Meldo, a, driver boy riom
Mayfleld, was taken to Emergency hos
pital on Saturday afternoon. He was
suffering from a crushed arm, the le
bult of an accident while about his work
aa a driver boy. The member was
caught between car bumpeis.
Prances Fitzstmmons, of Canaan
ptieet, ban been admitted to the medi
The Glee and Mandolin clubs of Col
Bito University will appear in this city
Easter Moml.iy night.
During lis kistoiy, .Carbondale has
enjoyed some rare musical feasts, at
the hands of all kinds of musical ag
JSS?!,ons uut ior tlle Ih'St time, the
jolty-will be entertained by a university
ylee club on Easter Monday night.
; For many, years, the glee and niando
ln clubs -of Colgate -University have
nado concert tours dm tag the Easter
jyacatlon, but thqlr loute lias always
;Jaken them another way. New Yoik
i ty Is alys In tjieU- itinerary for
;wo or tlnee concerts-, and as thqlr
y-etuin tilp .ill cuiry them thiough
.this pait of the ntn,te, ajmngeinents
were completed for the conceit by the
Indies' Aid society of the JJerenn Unp
tlst church. When tho contract wus
signed, It was with the expectation
.that tho Grand opeia house might be
vn)labje, but after consulting with
CManager Uyrne; It was found that the
Jiouso had been previously engaged for
it week's engagement. This Is a eon
Jj$luciabledis.appolntment, as only an
Snudtt&irj, fcueh us tho Grand would
""accommodate, would win rant the UhU
Tof employing these clubs, which conMst
of twenty-three men. The conceit will
therefore be held In the uudltoiluiii of
the Keiean church,
(! A .diagram will he piep.ued of tho
,ilttIiifiSi'JUid. ulf the centio pews will
Jbo Hsjecdai,00 cents.' Them w)tl also
"be abotitw fifty seats reserved In tho
"lecture room at the same pilce. This
.'will furnjsl about !)00 leserved seats,
SwhWths remainder of the umlltoilum
and lecture iooti will be so seated as
to accommodate fully 400 mbio on the
general admission tickets which will
be sold at 35 cents. ,
While the Jadles figured upon an aud
ience of at least .QQ0 when, making the
contract an audience of 700 will make
the enterprise a safe ono for them.
The natural attractiveness of college
musical'organlzatlons, under the man.
iigoment of so cnpablc a body of wom
en, in it city so appreciative of high
guide entcttalmneiit ns Carbondale,
tiitiltc a brilliant Huccots ccitaln.
LAST WEEK OF MISSION.
Mnriled Men of St. Boso Church Con
clude Their Devotion, Amid Im
piesslvo Ceiemonles Single Men
Tho lunowal mission In Ht. Hose
chinch was closed yesteiday for the
muriled men, at nervli.es In the after
noon. The sermon was dellvoied by
Father Hummel), and It was a deeply
Impiesslve dlscouise. He rungi ululated
tho unit iled men for the milliner In
which they attended nil the mission
Dining the set vice, which wus un
usually liuuiesslve, the men lenewed
their baptismal vows and tecelved
Unco blessings: God's divine blessing,
the blessing of the pope, and the bless
ing of the ml.slon fntheis. AVhlle they
wete leiiewlng their bautlsmul miwh
the men nil stood up, holding In the left,
hund a lighted candle, the candle lep
respntlng the one held by their .spon
soi.s dltrlng tho saciament of baptism
and which was the symbol of the light
of faith. Tho sight of all the lighted
candles was Inspiring and edifying. The
chin ch was crowded and, In fact, has
been so till week.
Last evening at 7.110 the mls-slon lor
the single men commenced, and the
handsome edlllco wus eiowded. Father
Hatnmell opened the mission and de
ll veied an eloquent seimon. This Is the
last week of tho mission, which lms ul
leady been blessed with fiultful lesults.
The Itedemptorist fnthei.s conducting
the levival aie all sneakeis of elo
quence, and the sermons given by them
aie instructive and uplifting and will
piove of unmeasuiable benefit to St.
THE TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Tho Caibondale and Pennsylvania
Companies Plan for Extension of
Both the Catbondale Telephone com
pany and the Pennsylvania company
aie planning extensions and other
changes that will greatly' Inciease the
efficiency of the seivice of each In this
city nnd vicinity.
The Carbondale company Is going to
install another section of switchboaid,
which will mean accomodations for
one hundred additional phones. In
tensions of the system will also lie
made, glIng seivice, to Dundaff and
Crystal Lake; also to points north of
Since the consolidation, new blood,
ns It were, has been Infused into the
Pennsylvania company. Evidence of
this is to be seen in Carbondale, wheie
many improvements will be cairied
out, gi eatly to the benefit of the sub
The old quartets will be abandoned
in April and Manager Glileran and his
force of operatois will move Into a
greatly Improved home on the top
floor of the Miners' and Mechanics'
bank building. Officials of the com
pany weie in the city last week, ni
ranging with Mr. Gllleinn for the
change of cables, etc.
Pine Music at Trinity.
Yesterday there was another one of
the splendid musical piogiammes at
Trinity chinch, for which this congre
gation is famed. At the moinlng her
lep, Mr. WIdmayer, violinist, of
Scranlon, accompanied Oiganist Llew
ellyn Jones In all the instrumental se
lections. Miss Lydla Sailer sang Han
del's Largo, with a violin obligato. In
the evening some iare vocal selections
were enjoyed. Mis. Maigaiet James,
of Scianton, sang "He Was Despised"
and theie was a duet, "The Loid Is
My Shepheid," by Miss Sailer and Mis.
Constable Neary's New Office.
The constables of Lackawnnna coun
ty have caught the spirit of oiganlza
tlon and aie now in a society, by
which they propose to preserve their
lights. Tho constables In their elec
tion showed bplendld judgment by
choosing Constalo Neary, of this city,
as treasurer. Whether It is i tinning
down a criminal, preserving oidor or
looking after funds, Caibondalo's pop
ular constable Is, as "Skezlcs," in the
show, would nay, "Johnny on the
Miss Wiight Getting Well.
It will be cheeiful news to her luun
eious friends to learn that Miss Flor
ence Wiight, supeiintendent of Emei
gency hospital, Is lecoveilng fiom the
Illness that prostrated her and which
made her physicians feel anxious for u
time as to her iecoeiv.
Miss Wright has made good piogiebs
toward lecovery lately, and she now
has sufficient strength to walk about
the hospital each day. There Is lejolc
ing In the hospital, as there will be
among her friends, as her lnfluenco and
her dlieetlon has been gi eatly missed,
Bagged a Fox.
Caiboudulo huntsmen ate alwajs
heaid from when they go after game.
A hunter fiom Honesdalo would bo
buie to be heard fiom, oratoilcally,
before tho hunt, but that's ull. Tho
latest evidence of Catbondalo mnrkfa
mnushlp is the bagging of a fox on
Filday by Samuel Feu ell, In tho
woods at Fnrvlew,
Young Ladles' Caid Club.
A toteilo of young ladles, conspicu
ous in thu boclul llfo of the city, huvo
loimcd a caul club anil spend one af
ternoon of euch week at puchio, The
next assembly will be at the home of
Mis. J. Hatry IlowlHon, on S.itutduy
Continues to Impiove,
Mis. P, S, Joslln, who has been dun
geiously 111 of ueuiulglu, continues to
Impiove, nnd her physician feels en
com aged thut alio will gtow In btiength
and bo around ngulu,
To Entertain Tonight,
Mr. and Mis. Itusscll M. Shepherd
will enteitnln u few fi lends at cauls
tonight at their home, on Dmte ae
uue. Led the Men's Meeting.
Albeit E. Estubtook led (he men's
meeting at the Berean Uaptlst chinch
Sunday motnlug, with splendid suc
cess. Mr. Estabrook Is one of Hie most ac
tive young men of tho cliuich, lining
a position n the choir, serving thu
Sunday school ns librarian, nnd
has been Identified with the men's
movement since Its beginning. Tho
spirit of earnestness which fills him In
his labors 111 the congregation was
present In Ills conduct of the gather
ing of Ilia men of tho congregation,
which mude the meeting Interesting
and pi oil table.
GAINING IN PRESTIGE.
Centennial Social Club Bocomlng
Quito a Factor in tho Social
The Centennial Social club, which jimt
moved Into new quuitcis In the Leudcr
building, Is gaining In prestige and will
soon bo an important factor In the
social life of the city.
The club, which was formed by a few
social Bplilts just after Cnibondnlo's
semi-centennial, begun to nourish until
the moms in tho opeiu house block be
came luudequutc and a new home wus
sought. It wus locuted in tho Leader
building, where the club has two In
viting looms handsomely and neatly
At yesteiduy's meeting u hult-dozen
numes were pioposcd and accepted.
The club now has soveial piofesslona
lepioitented In lis membership, and the
Indications aie that It will continue to
flourish until its stiength and finances
will w mi ant the furnishing of u club
house thut will have every convenience
and comfoi t. The club Is planning for
some sinuit social uffulrs after the Len
At yesteiduy's meeting officers wete
elected us follows: Piesldent, Wllllnm
Mnnnlon; vlce-picsldent, Charles Alex
ander: secietary, f J. Muhoney; tiens
ui er, Hei licit Wilson.
Valued Appreciation by Editor
Munn of the Saturday Review.
Maneger O'Malley, of the Carbondale
braiich of the Scianton Tilbune, de
serves moie than oidlnaiy praise for
thedailng entei prise displayed n week
ugo In l iishing the Hood news to his
paper when all the rulhoads weie tied
up. He made the seventeen mile jour
ney by wngon In tho night when the
Lackawanna valley was the channel
of a l aging tonent. Hildges were un
safe, loads washed out and Inundated
and conditions generally hazaidous. He
was, however, lewaided by seeing his
paper exclusively on .sale Satin day
inoi nlng when the entile leading pub
lic was thli sting for Hood news.
Besides the immedlute pioflt, The
Tribune gained a lasting leputation for
seivlng Its, putions piomptly under ad
eiso conditions, which will stick to
It for a long time. Mr.'O'Maliey Is a
Upc of that energetic Ameilcan news
papei man who succeeds by not only
perfoimlng his duty but by exceeding
it. Chailes It. Munn, in The Satuiday
MEETING OF FIREMEN.
Will Piesent Their Giievances at
the Convention in Aichbald To-
James Fluellen, dlstilct oigunizer of
the Ameilcan Federation of Labor, le
ceived notice jesterday fiom T. D.
Nichols, piesident of Dlstilct No. 1,
United Mlne.Woikeis, to call a meet
ing of the stationary lliemen and en
glueei.s of this ilty, for the purpose of
electing delegates to the convention
which is to be held In Swift's hall,
Aichbald, lomouow afternoon. The
delegates aie asked to piesent to the
convention what grievances they may
have, that they may be taken finally
befoio the convention of the three dls
ti lets of United Mine Woilceis to be
held In Shamokln.
A fuller account of the pioposed con
vention appeals In the local columns of
toda 'b Ti ibune.
MRS. ELIZAIJETII I.YNG, widow ot
the late John Lyng, died Satuiday noon
at the homo of her daughter. Mis.
James P. Noiton, 2J Farvlew stieet.
The end came after a paialytlc stioke
which piostiated her four weeks befoie
the day of her death.
Mrs. Lyng was bom in Plttston, Jan
uaiy 11, 1832, and came to this city
when she was 20 yeais of age, and lived
here ever since. Her husband died over
twenty yeais ago. She was a Chiistlan
lady whose llfo had a gentle influence
on those about her. She was a devout
member of St. Rose chinch.
Mis. Lyng Is survived by two daugh
tets, Sister Gertrude of St. Patrick's
Orphanage, Scranton, and Mis. James
P. Norton, of Faivlew street, with
whom tho deceased had leslded for
mally yeais. One sister, Sister Cerna
dine of St. Vincent's Orphan asylum,
Detiolt, Mich.; two biotheis, Joseph
Fan ell, of this city, and John Fan ell,
ol Grass Valley, California, also sur
vive her. The luneial will take pl.KP
on Tuesday, tho cortege leaving the
homo at 0:13 a. m. At St. Rose chinch
a icqulem mass will be celebrated after
which builal will be made In St. Rose
FELIX DEVANNEY, a lesldent of
Caibondale over a half centuiy, passed
away at his home on Rrooklyn street"
on Satuiday morning after an Illness of
Mr. Dovanney wus a lespected citizen
nrd was deeply attached to his home.
Mr. Dovanney Is survived by his wife,
tlnee duughteis, Mis. Mail; Dugan,
Mrs. William Mulloy, of this city; Mrs.
Thomas Duffy, of Vandllng; four bons,
Felix and John Dovnnney, of this city;
I uiiiek Devunney, of Vandllng; James
Dovanney, of Des Moines, Iowa; and
om sister, Mis. Mary Flannel y. Tho
fiineial will tuko place Monday morn
ing, tho cortege leaving the house, No.
150 Uiooklyn stieet, nt 0:15 o'clock.
BODY AND BRAINS.
Wizened little bodies and
big brains or big strong bodies
and no brains neither one of
these makes a good combina
tion. To produce big healthy
bodies and big healthy brains
take Scott's Emulsion.
Childhood is the best time to
Scott's Emulsion contains
food for bone and nerve and
flesh and blood. Scott's
Emulsion promotes growth
and proper development.
Just the thing for weak
Scud fur Free Sample.
SCO IT fr. 1)0 W.N L. ChcniLU o Purl S.U K. V.
A "For Rent" sign
on your houso Will
only bo seen by the
A "For Rent" ad
In The Tribune will
be seen by ALL who
may bo contemplating
a change of residence.
Four lines one time, 10c.
Four lines three times, 25c.
Htnlnl will bo made In St. Rose ccnic
Preached at Baptist Church.
Ilev. Muynard JX. Thompson, the es
teemed pastor of the Baptist church
of Jerniyn, occupied tho pulpit or tho
Heiean Raptlst church at yesterday
morning's services, in the absence of
Rev. Dr. Wluilen.
Rev. Mr. Thompson, as on other oc
casions when ho onielntcd at the
lieroun chmch occupied the pulpit yes
terduy to the pleasine and profit ot the
In the evening, Rev. Leon Drake, a
student at Keystone ucadeiny, was In
Dinginm Opens Tonight.
The dhigium for Hit Innes bund con
ceit opens tonight at Reynolds' ding
stoic. Checks will be given out us
usual. Mttnager Ryine expects u bilsk
opening sale, us theio hnve been In
finities fiom Archbald lo Potest City
about seats. The cpnceit will bo tho
biggest thing in a musicul wny this sea
son and will, no doubt, be u pionouneed
Patient Out Again.
Albeita Lee, of "Washington stieet,
who was operated on at Emetgeney
hospital soveial weeks ago, after an
attack of appendicitis, was out on
Saturday for the Hist time since leav
ing tho hospital. Sho is much 1m
pioved since the operation and will
soon bo In pcifeet health.
Machinist from Scianton.
James Donnelly, of Scianton, begins
w ork today as u machinist in shops
of the Deluwnie and Hudson company
in this city. Mr. Donnelly Is a skilled
machinist, having had a good exper
ience with the Dickson woiks at Scian
ton and lutei with the Allis-CIuilmeis
Gone to Be Wedded.
MIps Annie AVarg, who has been ein
plojed at the Lackawanna house for
some time, left on Saturday morning
tor Chicago, wheie her man luge will
take place In u few days. Miss Wnig
bus numeious fi lends in Caibondale,
whose heaitlelt wishes accompany her.
Dr. WhaleirMn Scianton.
Rev. Dr. AVhnlen, pastor of the 13e
lp.m Baptist chui eh occupied the pul
pit of the Baptist chinch at Gieen
Ridge yesteulay, the foimer pustoi.
Rev. "W. J. Foul, hnvlng depaited for
his new pastorate in New York state.
Back to Caibondale.
Ospar Hepslcker, who was night chef
at the Iinepiiul lestaurant some time
ugo and gave up to go to Scianton, Is
back in Caibondale, untl is now em
ployed as head baker In Riunlg's
Able to Be Out Again.
Fiank 15. Cliffoul. who has had a
soveie attack of Illness, which thieal
ened to destroy the healing of one ear.
Is so improved that he was able to bo
out yesterday for the first time in
sevei ul w eeks.
Meetings of Tonight.
Olive Leaf lodge, Odd Fellows.
Fedeial union, No. 7204.
Pattlolie Older Sons of America.
Carbondale council, Knights" of Co
lumbus. THE PASSING THHONG.
"William C. Mooney, of Scianton, Is
In the city.
Thomas Loft us, of Scianton, spent
Sunday In Carbondale.
Randall Stephens Is quite ill at his
home on Summit avenue.
Miss Annie Grudy, of Muylleld, wus
a Curbondule lsltor yesteulay.
Thomas Moi .inland I'utrlck Tigho
weie Plttston visitors yesteulay.
Mis. Augusta Cobb, of Fat view, Is
the guest of Caiboudulo fi lends.
Isuae Uutros, of Wllkes-Rarte, spent
Sunday with Caibondale filends.
J, II. "White, of Aichbald, visited
lilrnd. in Caibondale on Saturday.
T. J. Duffy, of Scianton, was n visitor
in Carbondale on Satuiday evening.
Mis. Fied Sluman, who has been
quite sick is a little Improved today.
Hugh Fltxpatilek, of Scranton, spent
yesteulay with relatives In this city.
Chatles McCanu, of Reckville, spent
Sunday with his patents In this city.
Ileibeit Illsted and David Maxwell
visited in Scianton Saturday evening.
Miss Caule Stevens Is visiting over
Sunday at her home on Summit ave
nue. Cieoigo C. Llttlo nnd wife, of Luke
Copin, weie at tho Iluulxoii houso on
Mr. and Mis. Wllljum Taylor, of
Oreen Ridge, urn visiting fi lends In
Mr. James Ollhool, of South Main
sheet, spent the Sabbath with filends
Miss Molllo allium tin, of Scianton,
was the guest of her patents In this
Edwaul Delaney, u student In Dick
inson Law school, at Carlisle, Is homo
for n few davs.
Iir, and Mis. w. A. Spencer aie In
Cleveland, Ohio, where they will visit
for soveial weeks.
Mr. Henry Lewis, of Summit avenue,
has left for I'lttsbuig wheio he will be
vvoiktng for about a munth,
.Misses I.oiettu and Cello, Coleman, of
the West Side, me spending a few
duyn with lelatlve.s In I'lttston.
John E. Allen, of Scianton, advertis
ing manager of the Cuthollo Light, wus
u Carbondale vllstor on Satuuluy,
Mis, Augusta Baker Is home fiom
Scianton wheio she was the guest for
seveial days at tho home of her son,
A. 8. Baker.
Rev. J. F, Wuiner, presiding elder,
l.i Id the quuiteily meeting In the Meth
odist chuich Suuduy mid preuched the
John Hurst and family have moved
fiom Carbondale back to Honesdale.
Mr. Hunt being compelled to give ud
his work here on account of falling
Mr, and Mrs, Thomas C. Cummliigs,
of Archbald, spent Bundny with the
hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
M. Nealon, on South Main stieet,
Oeorge Bpnhl, ' who Is now In the
prlntery of the International Corrcs
poudpneo Schools nt Scranton, spent
Sunday among his Carbondnle friends.
MIrs Nelllo llnrrlngton, Stanley and
ThoimiB Harrington, of Dunmoie, weio
In the city yesterdny. They wete hero
to visit their sister, Sister Maui Ice In
St, Robp convent, who Is sick.
Rev. William Hlller, it former Car
bondnle pastor, who has a host of
ftiende hcic, returned to his home In
Pnirons on Saturday after a visit with
his foiis, Frederick and Hairy, of thts
Mlstcs Margaret MoDonuld and
Loutre Bishop weio In Scranton Satur
day tho guests of tho lultor's Bister,
Miss Grace Bishop, who Is employed
in tho International Conespondence
J. A. Mooney, head traveling repre
sentative of the Carbondale Metal
Working company, Is at the Haulson
house again after scvcial weeks spent
cm n business tilp among the cities In
Archlo Guinpy, organizer of the
Woodmen of the World, has loturncd
fiom Wllkes-Bairo, where ho has been
engaged In placing In working condi
tion Wyoming Valley camp of this or
der. Mr. Ournoy has succeeded In se
curing about a half hundted members.
Louis Landau, of Scianton, was a
visitor In CuiboudalQ for a short time
yesteiday en louto to Honesdalo wheio
he spent the day. Mr. Latulnn is a
member of the survey and mine en
gineering corps of the New Yoik, On
tailo und Western company. He is a
young man of ability, who has a prom
ising caieer befoie him, which he Is
certain to All with success.
JEBMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Tho funeial of Andrew Lee, the lit
tli bleaker- boy who met with such
an unfortunate accident In the Dela
ware and Hudson bleaker last Wed
nesday thit he died a few hours after
of his Injuiles, took place yesteiday
afternoon. Sser vices were held In St.
James Episcopal chinch by the lector,
Rev. C. E. Fessenden, who delivered
an address on the words "Of such is
the kingdom of heaven," the conclud
ing part of which leferied to the boy's
last houis, and In which he told of the
boy's deslie for death, was most pa
thetic and brought teais to all piesent.
Theie was a number of pietty lloial
gifts, which included a horse-shoe and
dove, pillow, wieath and several
bouqets. The lhat was the gift of the
bleaker boys, to whom the sad death
of their compallon was a hard blow.
The pall beaiets weie: George Pooie,
Arthur Bishop, Archbald; John Mc
Ilale, Willie Greenslade. The flower
beaieis weie John Dioutter, Peter
Whitney, Thomas Hogarth. John Ste
phens, William Doud nnd .Timothy
William, the little son ot Mr. and
Mrs. Fiank Hemehlght, of Second
stieet, tiled at 8 o'clock jpsterday
moinlng. The deceased was the only
child and death is tlieiefoio a sevei c
afllletlon to the sorrowing patents.
Alfied Walkey, of Scianton, was a
visitor hero on Satuiday.
Very little headway Is being made
in getting the water out of the Glen
wood shaft, the flist gain being made
on Ftidaj. when It was loweied tlnee
inches. The woik Is being consldei
ubly lelnuled by want of sufficient
steam. Ai langements aie being made,
however, to put in some new bolleis
and when this Is accomplished it Is
c.poeted the woik will piogiess moie
Mr. and Mis. Fiank Ditmoie, of
Vundlliiq, weie the guests of Jeimvn
Martin Mojles, a 11-j car-old boy, of
Thlid stieet, West Mayfleld. Is 111 ot
Steve Nldock, a di Iver boy, had his
elbow painfully unshed between two
mine caio while at work in tho Eilo
Mr. and Mis. Robert AVctheian, of
01,v pliant, weie yesteiday the guests
of Mr. nnd Mis. Samuel Griffiths, of
Miss Jennie Gteensladp, of Ceme
teiy stieet, Is lslting Dunmoie
f i lends.
Theie has been some trouble blow
ing tho last two days at tho Erie col
liery, which may today develop Into a
strike. The tiouble was brought about
by the dlschaige of a laborer who re
fused to contribute towards the check
man's salary. The man was dis
charged by the mlneis, but upon It
becoming known, the foreman ordeied
the man back to his woik, wheieupon
the milieus who dlschaiged him re
fused to work with him nnd ceased
woik. The whole ot the men have
taken the matter up and epeet to
take some action today.
Master Layton Jenkins spent jester
day with filends In Scranton,
Mrs. C. A. Rej nolds, who iccently
underwent an operation at Dr. Thomp
son's private hospital, is rcpoi ted to be
Mrs. Leslie Giosvenoi has letuined
from u tilp to Chnileston, S. C, where
her husband Is now located
Miss Nina Picketing entei tallied a
number of her li lends nt her home, on
Hickory street, Saturday evening.
Tho Traction company operated cais
thiough Peckville yesteiday for tlio
(list tlmo In neatly a week.
Miss Jessie Hnlllster is ill with the
Mis. Marv Barnes bus lotuutcd to
Yutesville, utter spending u few dajs
with lelutlves lieu-.
George Robcits, of the firm of Rob
erts Bros,, nieichnnts, will leuvo this
moinlng for New Yoik city, to puichuso
A inuslciile will bo given at tho icsl
dence of AVllllnm Mnson, on Fltst stieet.
Blakely, twnoriow evening, In aid of
tho Piesbvteilan chinch. The pro
giamme will consist of selections by
Fied E. AVilson, Mis. Daisy Hall AVll
son, the Olymplu orchestiu nnd other
tulented peiformeis. At tho close of
the pi ogi amnio u tempting luncheon
Good for the Babies.
Theio Is no better medicine mude for
babies than Ohumbei Iain's Cough Rem
edy, its pleasant taste nnd piompt and
effectuul cutes make It a fuvoilte with
tho motheis of small Uilldien. It
quickly cuies their coughs nnd colds,
pi eventing pueumoniu or other setlous
consequences, it not only cuies ciotip,
but when given us soon as tho cioupy
cough appeals w)ll prevent the attack.
Chambei Iain's Cough Remedy contains
no opium or naicotlc In any foiin, und
may bo given as confidently to a baby
as to an adult. It always cuies. For
sale by ull druggists.
will bo served, and ice cream and home
made enndy sold. A delightful evening
Is assured for all who limy bo present.
The affair Is In chuigc of the ladles ot
tho AA'est Side.
Council will meet tonight, and Piesl
dent Brown will appoint the vuiIoub
committees for the ensuing yenr, A
meeting ot the school board will also
be held tonight.
Tho water having ull been pumped
out of Eddy Creek nnd No. 1! collieries,
woik will be resumed at both places to
day. Kvun Jones, of Dickson, has been
chosen pianist of tho Olymplu ot
Miss Hannah Brown, ot Tunkhnn
nock, who has been the guest ot filends
hcic for the past week, retained homo
Miss Mary Clancy has letuined home,
after spending u week at South Scranton.
Invinclblp commnndery, No. 252, An
cient nnd Illustilous Order Knights of
Multn, Installed their officers for the
ensuing term ut their session on Frl
dny evening: Sir knight commander,
Emlyn T, Jenkins; gencrnllsslmo, Oli
ver M. AVllllnms; captain general,
Ralph AV. Nye; pi elate, Edgar Thom
as; lecotdor, John F. Tubbs; assist
ant recorder, John D. Francis; trens
urer, AVllllnm Iluist; senior wnrden,
Thomas AV. Jones; Junior warden,
Chniles Peiry: stutiduul benicr, John
S. Evans; sword bonier, William Mor
ris: waidon, Thomas J. Hughes; sen
tinel. Tallle Griffiths; first guaul,
Jacob Reese; second guard, David T.
Davis; tiustee, Thomas J. Hughes;
ippiesentatlve to the giand comman
do! y, John D. Finnels; alternate,
Tho Gei man Evangelical chutch will
exhibit tho famous Oberammergntt
Passion Play In moving pictures by
the Edison storo-piojoctlng vlnetosopo
machine. It Is tho most Interesting
and wondeiful exhibition of its kind
In existence, showing In life motion
the vat lous scenes and Incidents In
the life of our Loid Jesus Christ, fiom
His birth to Ills ascension, as pei
foimed by the devout peasants of
Obeiammcrgau. The exhibition will bo
given at AVebcr's link, Mutch 21th and
The Old Forge borough council ic
oiganlzed In council chambei s on
Thursday evening. The following offi
cers were elected for the ensuing yeai:
President, James Melvln; secretaiy, 13.
J. Judge; treasuier, George Drake, jr.;
street commissioner, Edwaul Fllzgei
ald. The appointment of boiough so
licitor wns"Nild over until the net
John M. Hauls, esq., our well-known
townsman and piesent boiough solici
tor, received the appointment as solici
tor of the Dickson City boiough.
JenUln Davis, our well-known
townsman, will open a music stoic in
tlie Evans piopeity, on Main street,
The pupils of Miss Nichols, of No.
4 school, South Taylor, enjoyed a
pleasant slplgtu.lde on Fi Iday.
One week fiom tonight the Old Foige
Llteiaiv society will pi oducc "The
IrKh Ileiolne" In Fallon's hall. Tick
ets, ; tents.
Mis. Joseph D.iis, nccoinpanled by
her niece, Miss .Maig.uct Evans, vis
ited her daughter. .Miss Muud, a stu
dent ot thi' Stioudsbuig Normal school,
Miss Anna Loveiing. of Otccuwooil,
left on Satuidn; for Siacue, N. A".,
to accept n position as saleslady with
a well-known cloak and millinery fhm.
Jllhs Edith Rlchnids, who has been
the guest of hei cousin, MNs Susie
llpiiis, of I'tilon stieet, retpined to
her home in Rojeisfoul, Pa., on Satui
day. John V.. Evans will leave for New
York today on a buslnes.i tilp.
Opeiator Ralph AS'. Nye called on
AVllkes-Kuiie filends on Satuuluy
The school board and boiough coun
cil will meet this evening.
The death of John Hcnlev oci lined
yesteulay moinlng at tho family lesi
dence on the AVest Side, after soveial
weeks' illness. Deceased was one of the
(list lesldents In tho town, and was te
spected by all who had tho plcruuie of
his nequnlntnncp. Ho wus a devout
Chiistlan, and although unable to at
tend to dim ill or social mutteis. lie
wus uhvnys foi tided with the spliltual
comforts of l elision und was pienuied
to die when the final summons mine.
Besides his wile, the following mem
bers of the family survive: Rev. Will
lam, of Jacksonville, 111.: Thomas, ot
Butte City; Misses Teiefu and Joseph
ine, nt home. Tho tuiieiul Is not yet
in i anged.
Miss Nettle Diultner is visiting
filends In AVllllamspoi t
Miss Agne. Sinoat, a nurse in Bellc
vuo hospital, New Yoik cllj, Is the
guest of Mis. AVlllluin Blown.
At tho last meeting of the Ladles'
Missionary society of tho Lungclllfp
chmch, the following ofllceis weio
eleited: Piesldent, Mis. D. T. Sniythe;
ill st vlce-picsldent, .Mis. Thonuis
Biown: seiond vlce-uipsldent, Mis.
William Laird: secietiuv, Mis. E.
Lai id: tiensuier, Mrs. ,1. 11, Audeison;
Christmas box, Mrs. Thomus Pnity und
Miss Jean Ciunslon.
Jlis, D, E. Twist, of Hudson, spent
Sntuiduy with Mis. S, Deehle.
Peter McQueen, of tho AVest Side, Is
critically ill of paialysis.
The alliens of Slocum coiini 11, No.
271, Junior Oidei Tutted Ameiicun Me
chanics, have thl.H dav settled for tho
death of our sons, R. E Barnes and fi,
AV. Sunloy, who weio membeis of tho
above-named organization, for the sum
of $350 (five hunched und fifty dollars)
euch, that being the rmount In full that
they pay upon the death of its mem
beis, the claims being paid In less than
thlity davs after. Tho council Is lu a
flcuulshliig condition, with u inembei
shlp of about 1100, AVo can cheerfully
pcommeud It to any young men who
aio eligible to become) membeis.
E. T. Baiucs.
The Infant son of Mr. unci Alis.
Michael Blanche, of Main sticrt, who
had the mlufoituno to fall Into a pan
of hot gteuse, the cuily pait or hist
week, died fiom thu icsults Filduy
moinlng. Tho child was but u year old,
und bUlfeiPd e.ci minting pain up to the
time of Its deatlr. The funeial, whlih
took place Sutmduy afternoon, wus
largely attended Intel meat wus lu the
01 pliant Catholic temeteo.
It la expected that tho Stcrilik Creek
collleiy, which has been Idle sineo the
lecent washout, will stait lu full upci
Utloil this moinlng.
Quite u huge number of our towns
people heuid the lectin o of William
Used by pooplo of roflnomoiii
for ovor a quarter of a century;
THEB1 ENTCrtPRISINQ DCALEHB OAN
SUPPLY YOUI1 NEED8 OF CVCltY
CHARACTER PROMPTLY AND OATia
FACTOniLY. FOR SALE
ntKinir.S and WAIJOSS of nil dml; lo
llniiM-x iiml IlnlltlliiK l,oH nt bnrgiliu,
HUlt&I.S Ci.ll'l'r.1) und (lltOOMli) nt
M. T. KELLER
LncKivvniiiii CarrlnRC Work.
J. B.W OOLSEY &Oo
Plate Glass and Lumber
OF ALL KINDS.
SECURITY aUILDINS ASAVIN3SUSION
Home Odlce, 20J 1MJ Mem Building.
We mo maturing liarc-c cich month vvliicli
tliovv it net Kiln to tlio investor ot about 12
ici icnl. p loin inonov. We nlso 1jiio
JVM, Pill) sratK MOO 00 per bhuc, Inter
est pjjalile ftiiii-iniiiully.
M.r.i:itr it ILL, Secretary.
E. JOSEPH KUETTEL.
nir 511 f.aikauiinni avenue, manufacturer ot
Milt unii or all kinds; fully piopirecl for
the nu iu' scroti. Wo nuke ill klncli of
porch sue en-, ell.
Ilcneril (mtrnilor, Jlullclcr nnd Dealer In
Hit UiIiik Mour. ( emenlliiR of ccllais a fp'
njllj. 'Itloplionc '2VI2.
Oflice, 1127 WashlnRton avenue.
THE SCRANTON VITRIFIED BRICK
AND TILE MANUFACTURINaCO SIP ANY
.Vt.ikcH of P iv ln(f Prick, etc. M. II, PjIc,
(iciici.il siliv. Aijcnt, Ofhre .12') Wislilngton
ave Woiki .it Viy Aug, 1'j , Ik J: W. V. It.Il.
JennliiBH Bryan, nt the recount, Filduy
Special to the Siuiituu I'ribunc.
Mnuiien, M nc ti H Hie Women's DuMliri
'IriupeMim union vvill meet at Mis Willi lit!
M Kins', 'rue-ill, Mmli 11
Mi. l.ivlu Is diiuji'ioii'd! ill at Iter honie;
.md is he in,? ultcncled bv fit. Mephens, ot Salem.
Mi. Hits In- iclmnccl fiom the confereipe.
snee lite blizJiil tillioicl woik has been nonim
Ihi ( Inistiay clitiuh fill at MidUonville,
which v.is pj-tponed en iiieuttnt of the incleni.
ml vvr-iilin, will lo "pen Mauh '21, '2r and 21.
1'iis-s will In- (jiven on hid iiilla and all kiut'j
uf ladles' fiuc.v vvcik.
Mi l. Ilii.acfnilli wis niiieing the visitors
hen- eliiiiiL' fie 1'ifct week.
.1 l!h cckei vislle-el fin mis here on Kiidav at
It. ,1 I men lepus-ntcel this plire at th
Methodl-t Pioli-nnt inufeiciiee.
HAWAIIAN DISC HURLING.
A Suggestion That Ancient Sport 333
Eevived Well Received.
1 nun ilic Honolulu Mai, 1 ibiuni II.
'ilto Mticje-llnn his been made tint the old
, pui I uf iolIli." the ulii mill, i, once to picv ilent
.mum,; the llivwlii'ii. he lenved. 'ihe ulii
ii'iiki weie polished dl-cs of i-tonc mino -K
Imhes lu ellaniet i, nnd pnliips ,i inch and a,
hilt lu llilckni"-', i-lishtli couvexed on Ihe shies.
lie tpoil v is verj filniilii to lint of the an
cient llcllin.o in loin of lliiov.imr the disc ami
some phllolcgi-H Invr added this custom, villi
tlio (hie ot Ihe lluvv.illin lielnicfi, vviealli glv
in,; mid nihil nitlonal Halts to thu evidencea
lioni wlici li the endeavor to tl ice the Ilavviilunj
mil illliel i tees lo i piimii (iieek md I'oisian
'Ihe ulii nulki weie alvvavi liiought out at any
gillie i In,' vvliiie foals of (kill and btiength weio
In he ivliibited aiming the II ivviiIIiiik. fxical
champloiH fiom fai and ne.'i would githei- lo
(how ilii.ii skill and muii weie the vv igrrs on
Ihe outcome I lie polWicel dolus weie lmrlcil
vvitli all the tone and (kill ot Ihe tlunvver, who
'iiiiuil in Ids c i-t a pose that nnul have beeni
iliuo.t id-ntlcsl vv llli Hi it of the well known
alatno of the "lli'ioboliH 'Ihiovvei." ,
'Ihe polMied ttoiie1 would ru-li along tha
sinoolii Hack, passing all competitors oi linger
ing behind Ihe founio.t. Standing Willi teu-o
nuijile-', Ihe lltroweti lemiliieil inuiiov ible, wlilla
the excited multitude, lined up along the fpet'al.
Iv piepiled Hack, would endeavor lo keep apieo
vvllli the bwilll.v nulling ilbc. (.homing aloud an
it pHseil eitlni stonci, now ljing (till at tlulr
jouimj'rt end, m peihin lliioiigh Koine i nsklllfut
Ivvld nt Ihe moment of deliver turning ashla
from tho pith at tho moment of tiluniph, and
ptcading niomriiUiy (on.tcipillon for tlulr
Mil among the dowel who laughed lit llio elU
'11m hlrciiglh in el In lliiowiug tlio ellcs juuj
be linigliiid by the Inwili of Ihe track which
vva? piepucil. I.ovcinor Pole dalul that lie lkil
(een narks prcpueil fu Ihe game of twelve bun
dled ,vaid length, "I believe," Mid lie. tint
Hie length of Ihe throw is not the only teat If I
lime nib! i ilghllv. ollcl.i weie set up lit the oul
of the track, belwe"n which the dk-e had to m
i he., tho vktni.v " llllur wilneert of lliAa
spoil lonoborale the length of llin cist(, aelellii fc-
that ono iIIm- woiiiii miiHiinit-i i- r itiinunjr
Inn H tl in lii thiovv out of Ihe path a competitor
lh.it li in the center of llio tiaek and mill toiiiu
bclwini the dicks. U luam und native fell,
vals Ihe (port uecnw lo hive been practiced In a,
modllictl foiin b Uk .voimger iiitu and niiidciu.
THE MANAVI HAMMOCK.
May Yet Become na Populnr ns tho
1'iom the Washington slur
'llio reiei.t beavj ilcmiud in the I'liltcd hfatej
ful tho jlpajapi, oi imuavl hat, better known,
mabe, w, Ihe "I'mimi," v.lll piobjbly tend td
diiillul popiiUiUe iho iitanivl liiinniock ol
I'nuilor, vvlili li ranks with the liat In ilurabili',
jtll, tic woiluMiuhip, eomfuit and kcncia cu
imiorli). At least that U the opinion of Unitcil
sulci, t'oiisul tictiiM.it He I.eo.i at, l,uiaqull. In
i lecent lepnu to the dalo ilepaluicnt lie gJU
(Oino Inteicdlng infornialoii icganlln Hie inauivl
hjiuinoik. Tiavclerii in I'liiaiki larely fall l
take one ir moie vvllli them, when uturuliL: tl
the I'lillid Slativj lu Cciiador tho liannuocS li
an iudltpuisable hoiuelioM adjunct, being u e.l
as u luiunioik b day anil as a bed by nlht.
'ihe law in.nciiJt in eleiivcd from tho leavci , ni
(hui'U of a palm found In tonic of the coat prov
iuica of l.cuador and Inovvii us tho "Mocora "
'llio iKe of llii.-i nuuilil for lutninocki lua nt
uukiiuwii aiilhiilt,v, uoublkvi antedating tin
spiuhili lomiuest; the lua ludiam cvi'rjvi'ieu
weave citilous article out of Itbinus maicrlaU at.
fouled h luttite; even llio tjuges' in the eastern
pjtt of I'cujilor, who ai ct liavo not bexn
brought in contact with civilization, weave )iam
mucks a Into as (Ul. out ot the "l'iU" palm
The iiiaiiavi liainuiock, fo tar as known, w-ai
lirit inaimfjctuud In hc elUtric t of l'ljjn, "Miu
avi, and Is ued In cvuy part of tlio lepublic i
stock of liauimoc.k4 U alwajj on lund lu Uu.i.
an,ull, but, a U the caio with the Jipa japa lut,
tlice or fciur inontlV llnio it riwiulrod lo nil In j
or tp'iUI order.