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THE SCIUNTOIt T1UBUNE-WEDNESDAY, APHIL 2, 1002?
The News of
, Delaware and Hudson Ballroad.
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v. Sunday trains tit 7.00H. tn.: 0.00 p. m.
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11.10 ,. in. On Sunday at pi n. in.
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trom Cudosl.i at (I.Ofl p. in.
A1 Subscribers to The Tribune arc re
quested to ieport any irregularity or
orifuslon in the delivery of this paper,
either to the Carbondale branch of The
Tribune In the Burke building, or Rob
'ert & Reynolds, newsdealers. Some
(confusion in delivery has been reported
..to this office, and (o aid In efficient ser
vice subscribers are urged to report at
once qny( delinquency.
EIGHT NOVICES TAKE
VOWS OF RELIGIEUSe
''Reception at St. Rose Convent.
Bishop Hoban Conducts the Beau
tifully Impressive Ceremonies.
Five Sisters Make Their Final
Klght young women took the vows of
che rellglcuse nt St. Rose convent yes
terday and five fclslers made a. final
profession of the vows they look two
' years ago when they received the
The entrance of the candidates Into
the life of retirement, from the world
to one of prayer and sacrifice was
marked by the most beautifully Im
pressive ceremony.. It ,was piobably
the last reception at St. Rose, for soon
Jit. St. Jlary's seminary in Scranton
Svill be open, and there future cere
. monies of this character will take
Rt. Rev. Uislioj) Hoban was the cele
; brant; of. the mass and also conducted
the ceremony of the reception. The
J :hapel was resplendent with the blaze
I? of lightfdi ca,nUes, ,and the- glow' of
' i. lanctuory lamps, while the Easter lilies
t ind blooming plants gave forth their
J Iragranee and completed the beautiful
) The sermon, which was tilled with
' ich'ice and instruction for novices, was
V lellvered by Bishop Hoban. The brldes-
- maids, who were robed in white, and
; wore veils and wreaths, were little
'. Justlna Monahan and Clare Gllhool.
The novices who received the white
- veil were:
Miss Elizabeth Maloney, of Susque-
hanna; In religion. Sister Mary Dolo-
Miss Lenore Saxe, of Dushore; In
religion, Sister Mary Luigl.
Miss Elizabeth Fllzpatrlck, of Scran
ton: In religion, Sister Mary Mark.
Miss Catherine Heslln, of Plttston;
In religion. Sister Mary Carmelita.
Miss Delia Hurley, of Susquehanna;
in religion, Sister Mary Josepha.
Miss Jennie Moran, of Susquehanna;
ln religion, Sister Mary Anysla.
, J Miss, Nellie Kane, of Ridgebury; in
"J religion, Sister Mary Wilfride.
f Miss Margaret Nelson, of Seranton;
r'Jn religion, "Sister Mary Catharina.
1 t The'followlng made their llnal vows
and received the full habit:
Sister Mary Rebecca, of Avoca.
Sister Mary Generosa, of Susque
hanna. Sister; Mary Roberts, of Susque
hanna. Sister Mary Leon, of Dushore.
Sister Mary Romaine, of Pleasunt
The choir of.blsters sang during the
ceremonies. Present in the sanctuary
were: Very Rev.T..F. Coffey, V. G.;
Rev. George Dixon and Rev. AV. A.
Gorman, of this city; Rev. P. J. Mc
Manus, St. Paul's, Seranton; Rev. N.
J. McManus, Holy Rosary, Seranton;
Rev. M. F. Crane, Avoca: Rev. J. J.
Griffin,, Cathedral, Seranton; Rev. J.
V. Hus'sle, Ilazleton; Rev. P. J, Col
llgan, Plains; Rev, P. F. Rroderlck,
Susquehanna; Rev. p. F. Qulnnan,
Vest Plttston; Re.v. J. J, Feeley, Tunk
hannock.'and Rev. J. J. Healy, Pleas
.j. PsJ :to, the reeeptlon, there , was a
.week's retreat, which was conducted
y Aktfrih" mW.r .
I. CUll9WiUU& IT.
a . .
fRobbed the Do.ctor, of JHiB. Cunninir.
J 4. - h i r r v re'. , .. . "
"Jp.was compelled to drink homo Java
cfirrV?! Cstferday .nlointhtr and suffered
rsb'iriUG'li from ttWelfe'dtsi that I feel like
writing you at once,
J am Bl years old, and for a great
many years have been u, coffee drinker,
My nerves finally got Into a terrible
'condition, and for about two years I
Buffered with sinking spells and was so
nervous 'that It seemed as though I
could hardly live. I suffered untold
afcbntesi'My he"art would stop and my
kidneys gave nie no ei)d of trouble.
"!foifl'inoiithH ago I gave up cof
fee for good and begun using Postuni.
,1 Insisted-on knowing that It was prop,
erly made by being sufficiently boiled,
and I piefeivfi'unpof rfotuPosium to
Java. Mocha,, orapy other coffee,
My slnHlutf, wells have left mo, my
head glvep me no trouble now, the kid
neys are greatly Improved, and, In fact,
I fee a great change n my whole
jliody, Jt is such a comfort to he well
I know a physician In Sail Antonio
Who hod become so nervous fom the
use: of coffee that his hand trdnSbJea
iebadly that he.qouiq. jxpnioldiiilaii
cuf, or eveu take a splinter out, und
oujd scarcely ,hold anything An his
hand. Finally he nutt coffee and began
using Postum. Now the" doctor's ner
vousness is all gone and he Is In good
ttMlUy." "Name given; by Postuni Co.,
VuJif Creek, Mich.
by Father tiatler, at the Order of Tte
ik'tnptoi'l.its, THE POPULAR PRICED SEATS.
They Are Being Eagerly Sought for
Thursday Night's Concert.
Owing to the large number of niuslc
lovlng people who have expressed a
desire lo hear the "Trio of Stars," that
arc to appear In the Home for the
FrlendlesH concert Thursday night at
the now armory, the management have
decided to place a few desirable seats
at the low price of fifty and sevonty
llvi! cents. Some excellent seats at re
gular prices still rcninln.
Madame Ulativelt's husband, Mr,
Pendleton, In a recent letter to thofo
having tin' concert In charge, says that
Mine. Dlativelt expresses great Interest
In the charity for which she Is to sing,
and will give of her very best to help
the noble work of the Home for the
Friendless. Carbondale people can get
tickets and reserved seats at Clark's
TRINITY PARISH WORK.
A Year's Good Results Shown In An
nual Reports Old Vestry Was
Much Interest wan manifested In the
reports of the work in the parish of
Trinity Episcopal church, for the past
year, which were presented at the an
nual meeting held in the parish on
Monday evening. Rev. R. A. Sawyer,
the rector, presided, and J. Norman
Gelder was appointed secretary.
Tho election of vestrymen, which was
an importnnt part of the meeting, re
sulted In the re-election of the old ves
try, as follows: J. P. A. TIngley, W.
R. Morss, C. W. Perkins, C. R. Man
ville, R. II. Reynolds, H. O. AVatrous,
N. H. Hiller, S. A. McMullen, John H.
Orchard, Frank Hubbard and It. S.
The church choir came in for a good
deal of credit and praise, a resolution of
thanks to the members being passed on
motion of AV. R. Morss, who claimed
for the choir that it had been a big
factor in the church work of the year.
Mr. Morss, as treasurer, was given .a
vote of thanks. R. AV. Pethick and
Stanley Rettew were appointed auditors
for the coming year.
The treasurer's ieport, which was
certified to by John F." AVheeler and
John Orchard, the auditing committee,
shows a debt decrease of , over $S00. The
report is, in port, us' follows:
m:xi;ii Ui ruxD-uixnirrs.
flaljiiic on hand Ilislnr, 'J0l 'J 2i,0 .".9
i'ldUi's mid MiWiipliuns i,( u
l'loni .ill mlier .-cmcci :,00S 23
Tut.il H'tript-, ' .i,7H 2S
UiIm 4 ,s,jj m
l'uel, HkIiI and water :S7 01
.Stationery, Mipplii"., eiu (0::7
llepalin of piopei'ly ail! M
IiMiranco ;k,.) 70
Implement , ?'l 34
Decoration- ; 12 00
Dio'-eeau aft'.incnt 102 lo
Missions, )io.pttaU, elo '..,. yi :u
Cluiieh debt ;. o(i0,, m
lialancc on hand is 14
'J'o ImIiiico on hand, l.'.Ktcr, I'lul $ 210 77
Ueceiied 'on lKiljiliotn n;i 23
Kxpendilnies fm jear s (-,4 7-,
On hand j:.-nter, 1902 s 27
f 401 02
inilir AXU JXTKIJINT 1-L'Xll.
Hewlpt -. . 1,03 ,11
Disbursements 7J3 04
Balance , 34107
WIDOWS' AND OllPHAXS' PUXD.
Iteceipts SOI 22
Dislnitsenicnts ,-, 00
Balance on hand 5, oo r
Beceipts $ 20 .",0
i:.pendltmea 17 00
Balance on hand . 3 ,to
HecilpN j mo ()0
i:peiidilnie-. ill lull pajmelit 01 account ."00 00
Outstanding actountn .iuclinllni; lo,.
000 in bonds $17,303 02
Cult on hand 101 03
Debt of paiish, l.'astei, Ti02 i17,lG0 l
Debt of parish, Easier, llifll 17,07S St
.. S17 M
Work of Sunday School.
The annual reports of tho olllcers of
the Sunday school were read on Kas
ter Sunday and show the school to be
In a. very flourishing condition finan
cially. A summary of the report of R.
Stanley Rettew, the tieasurer, follows;
Halamc on hand, Kailer, lfnil t 7 .
hiimlay kIiooI ulfeiingi ' ,3 13
Caster fiuoi) otlerins 11150
Blrthdjy paily , j a
Clirlttiiui (IWU) olleiiii!; ,. 1207
l.'litUliiias (tool) fund jiio
Kntcitaliuiient ,,,,, n m
Total leceiptrf s,.,y jj
l.iMtti'Ut lllbliii, boo:, ele , ,,,f 74 p,i
I'llttbuis L'lilltlit'ii'b Home w lot) - 07
MMoih ,, , ,.,,,,..,, 4') j'l
lie iiearn for inteilalimiint ....,., , S 40
ChlUlmas festival , , ,11 70
Aicoimt of cnteituliMiieiil , 2.21
Cash on hand ,,,, ...,,,.,, 70'i7
, . M :12
, , no 00
llcccipts , . , , , , , ,
Impended lowaiil? piano ,
UjIjiuo on hand , , ,fj :l C2
The report showed that the Infant
class had given tho largest offering
during the past six months, A banner
was awarded the class, The classes
next III order were those of J, F,
Wheeler, Rey, R, A, Sawyer, .Mrs. It.
Manvllle, Miss Elizabeth Wldger and
Charles AV, Perkins.
Tho tepoit of .Secretary Francis II,
Masters was also read. It showed a
total iiUendaneo for the year of 0,453
or an average per cent, of E(i',i of the
total enrollment. There are on. the roll
143 pupils, 1!) teachers and G olllcers In
the senior department, and S3 pupils, C
teachers and X otllcer In tho Infant
room, or a total of ii'M pupils, U3 teach
ers and 7 olllcers. Thu pupils of Miss
Elizabeth AVIdger's class showed the
best percentage of attendance and were
awarded a banner. The three classes
next highest were as follows: J. F,
AVheeler's, Mrs. J. D. Nicholson's and
O. W. Perkins', The percentage of at- I
tendance wan somewhat better than
during the year before.
As Leading Man at the Grand He
Is Making a Hit.
Jerry Donovan, the leading man with
the Murray & Mncttto comedians, Is
making a decided hit with the patrons
of tho Grand this week. Hla manly
presence and his vigorous acting are
keenly npprcelated by the big houses
that the company Is drawing.
Lnst night "A Struggle for Honor,"
u stirring ploy of love and adventure,
with tho fortunes of war playing a
conspicuous part, was well produced,
The specialties are exceedingly clever.
The attractions for tho rest of the
week are: Today's matinee, "Brother
Against Brother"; tonight, "Dangers
of a Great City"; Thursday evening,
".Michael Strogoff": Friday evening,
"Across the Continent"; Saturday
matinee, "The Irish Rxlle"; Saturday
evening, "Price or Life, or A True
CASEY GETTING BETTER.
His 'chances of Recovery Improving
The condition of Edward Casey, who
was taken with what were feared would
prove fatal attacks of hiccoughs, grows
better each 'day, and his chances of re
covery are hopefully Increasing. The
attacks are greatly lessened, both In
severity and In number.
All of the remedies which were rec
ommended to the family by reason of
the Interest that the newspaper reports
of Casey's affliction created, were tried
one after tho other. Some were found
efflcuclous, while others had a tendency
to aggravate the attacks.
The family appreciates the Interest
that has been so widely shown In Mr.
Casey's condition, and the members are
deeply grateful for the thoughtfulness
and sympathy of all those who sought
to relieve their suffering parent In his
distress and weakness.
EARLY CLOSING AGAIN.
Clerks Adopt Resolutions to Take
Effective Means to Bring Recal
citrant Merchants in Line Who
Have Been Violating Argreement.
The early closing of stores Is again
agitating the Clerks' association.
Perhaps It would be better to say that
it is the violation of the agreement to
close at ti.30 each evening that Ib re
ceiving the earnest attention of this
body. Last night at the regular meet
ing resolutions wore adopted, which
called for earnest action on the part of
the association to bring about a gen
eral enforcement of the agreement. A
little less than a year ago, the associ
ation found several merchants who In
sisted on breaking the agreement, re
maining open after their neighbors, who
were bound by precisely the same prom
ise, had closed up hhop and gone home
precisely at C.30. For several weeks
there was a lively Interest in the mat
ter. The Merchants' association insist
ed on the clerks seeing to It that every
merchant observed the agreeirtent to
close early. The clerks met with some
opposition, and for a time It appeared
that early closing was about to be abol
ished, as tho Merchants' association
was wrathy in its Insistence on the
clerks closing the stores at the hour
agreed upon. Now, the past few weeks
there have been evidences of flagrant
violations of the agreement. One or two
stores have been known to be doing
business openly after 6.30, though it was
agreed to close early, the same hour as
competitors. As these violations have
been going on for some time, the clerks
decided on taking some action protest
ing against these violations. Accord
ingly, resolutions were adopted at last
night's meeting, which called for the
appointment of a committee, whose
duties will be to visit the merchants
who are not closing and point out-to
them the obligation which rests on
them to close promptly at the hour
agreed upon, namely, 6.30.
It Is expected that when the commit
tee visits the parties complained
against, the violations will cease and
the agreement, which is regarded as
reasonable, will be lived up, strictly to
The clerks decided, also, to conduct a
May d,ance next month. The commlt
teee was given a good deal of power,
and it is expected that the affair will
be a smart one. The Mozart orchestra
will provide music. The date will be
decided on at the next meeting.
Cheered the Patients.
Easter Monday afternoon a few
members of the, AA'oman's Christian
Temperance union, with some friends,
visited Emergency hospital, where they
spread sunshine among the suffering
sick. A short programme was render
ed, as follows: Vocal solos, "The
Heavenly Song," by Mrs. H. F. Clark;
"Promise," by Miss Carrie Lever, and
"The Legend of the Lily," by Miss" Pat
terson. Miss Graham rendered tho
violin accompaniments for each of
these numbers. There were also the
following recitations: Miss Eleanor
Jones gave "Lot's Move Back to Grims
by Station"; Miss Rolls, "What the
Little Girl Said"; Miss AVatklns, "How
Jinimte Ulaekened tho Baby."
After these exercises, two members
of the union pabsed through tho three
wards, distributing dowers, Tho union
heartily thanks tho ladles who sang
and recited and those who, by gifts,
made the little gathering cheerful. "In
asmuch us yn did it unto one of the
least of these my brethren, ye have
done It unto Me," are tho words of
Jesus. Flowers were sent by Mes
diuiips Trautweln, Estabrook, Tiirnbull
A Chapter on Scott's Emul
sion often holds a prominent
position in the histories of
The gist of that chapter
usually reads like this;
"Child weak and thin
began with small doses of
Scott's Emulsion three times a
day after a week appetite im
pro'ed soon a little stronger
child more lively weighs
And so it goes till the child
is reported well and strong.
pnrl (ftr Ii"i (iiinnt
ECcm'&IJOWNL-.ChcuiUj, read a, N, Vi
j '.Ito t -.-a vaitfttfa
and Wadei plants by Mrs. C. 13. Decker,
Ai fiPWsley, L. one's, a friend; canned
fruit nnd Jelly by Mrs, J. Lfngfelter, W.
Anderaon, h. D. Wolfe, D. W. Hum
phrey, O. K. Decker, A. Breene, P. But
let:, F. Kllpatrlck, a. T. Burnard, E.
Vdn Gorder, three friends, and apples
by Miss Pattersoni
Griffith Morgans Funeral.
The late Griffith Morgan was laid at
rest 011 Monday afternoon In Maple
wood. There wns n large attendance,
which Included delegations from the
KnlghtB of Pythias und order of Fores
ters, the deceased being a valued mem
ber of each order.
Services were conducted by Rev. A. F.
Chaffee, pastor of tho First Methodist
church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Roberts,
of AVest Seranton. The pall bearers
were: AVllllam Lindsay, Thomas Levl
son, John D. Davis, of the KnlghtH of
Pythias; John R. Thomas, AVllllam
Lewis and Joseph Wallace, of the For
esters of America. There wore hand
some emblems from each of the socle
ties lo which tho deceased belonged.
Charles Slebold and Harry Matthews,
of the Knights of Pythias, and James
Solomon and Joseph Jenkins, of the
Foresters of America, were the bearers.
Among those from out of town" were:
John D. Jenkins, Shawnee, O.; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Jones, Timothy Jones Miss
Annie Jones, Mrs. Margaret Moses,
Mrs. John Beynon,' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. AV. Thomas, Mrs.
William Evans, of Seranton; Mrs. S.
Parry nnd Mrs. Kdwnrd AVIlllains, of
Olyphant: -Mrs, John AVIlliainfl and
Miss Jennie AVllllams, of Peckvllle;
Joseph Roberts, Mrs. AVllllam Davis,
Mrs. John AVllllams, Mrs. Hannah
Humphrey and Abram Elkln, of Jer
myn, and E. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.
AVllllam Jones, of Vandllng.
AT THE CHARITY BALL.
The Carbondallans who enjoyed the
great social success, the Charity ball in
Seranton, Monday night, were: Mrs. M.
MorrlBon, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Rourke,
Misses Angella, Eleanor and Genevieve
Blrs, Agnes Coughlln, Margaret Morri
son, Elizabeth Brennan, Libbie Burke,
Tessle, Margaret, Beltndu, Kathryn and
AVinlfred Hlggins, Margaret Killeen,
Mollle Gllmartln, Catherine Little, John
Devanney, A. J. Hansen, P. F. Fox, M.
J. Murphy, John Carden, John Harte
Burke, P. H. Gllleran, John Delaney,
AV. F. Loftus, Ar. C. Manners, M. J.
Back from Boston.
Deputy Revenue Collector AV. D.
Evans returned yesterday afternoon
from Boston, where he spent Easter
Sunday with Ills son, John Evans, who
is completing, this year, the two-year
course In the New Englfmd Conserva
tory of Music.
On his trip Mr. Evans enjoyed a rare
treat. He heard Ben Davies, the world
famed tenor, in the oratorio "Creation."
Davies created a sensation, the people
demanding his re-appearance. The Bos
ton papers on Monday just teemed with
praise of Davies' great work. Davies
will be heard in Seranton on Thursday
night, at the concert In the new ar
mory for the benefit of the Home for
Frank P. Fox in Town.
Frank P. Fox, the former proprietor
of the Anthracite, is in town for a few
days, more genial and sunshiny than
ever, and while his mission was pri
marily business, he had to spend most
of the time in shaking the hands or the
friends he encountered.
Mr. Fox is still with the Saegertown
Mineral Water company sind is making
he company's product known, as he
Won Prizes at Social.
Miss Margaret McDonald and If. J.
Munley were the lucky couple at the
St. Aloysuis society's social in the
Burke building Easter Monday, night.
They were the two who stood on the
chalk mark when the grand march
ended, and so won the favors. Miss
McDonald received an order for a
dozen photographs, and Mr. Munley Is
displaying a fine meerschaum pipe as
the trophy of his luck.
Odd Fellows' Election.
Election of officers took place in
Olive Leaf lodge, No. 15G, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, Monday evening.
The following were elected: Noble
grand, Frank AVells; vice grand, J. B.
Palmountaln; secretary, Charles Whlt
lock; treasurer, Edward Hall; trus
tee, Chris. Shultz; third member relief
committee, H. J. Hall.
The Installation of officers will take
place on April 14.
The annual festival of the Germanlas
will take place this evening in Ger
mania hall. A rare evenlner Is expect
ed, as this festival Is always a great
social success. Refreshments will be
For Young People at Bereau Church.
The services will be continued at the
Rerean Baptist church this evening,
The meeting will bo especially devoted
to young people.
The Invitation to bo urebent at these
Interesting meetings is general, to the
church and congregation and their
Meetings of Tonight.
Carbondale lodge, Free and Accepted
Father Carew brunch, Catholic
Pioneer castle, Knights Mystic Chain.
Carbondale lodge, Knlghls of Pythias.
Ladles' auxiliary, Railroad Englneeis
Change of Position.
Matthew Connor, who has been em
ployed in B. S. Clark's grocery store
fop the past six months, has resigned
his position there, und accepted one
with the Delaware and Hudson com
pany, To Be Wedded This Morning,
The wedding of Miss Ella A, Roland
and Putrlck F, Hughes, president of
tho Carbondale school board, will take
place (his morning at 8 o'clock, with a
nuptial mass In St. Rose church.
In New Quarters,
Malone Bros, 01 e in their new shav
Inj,' parlors, which have been splendid
ly fitted up fop them In the Scurry
building on Bulein avenue,
THE PASSING THRONO,
Harry Uuuce, of Susiiuehannu, visited
Robert aardner, at hs home on Wash
ington street, Monday,
Mrs. Louis Rector and Mrs. Horace
11, Daley have returned home, after a
two weeks' visit In New York city,
Miss Dana A'an Qordcr. teacher in the
puoiio sciioois or Cortland, v. v i
,,,.i,n i.. ,.. ... ,-.....', - .
'visiting ut the home of Mr. and Mrs
i.uuuu otiiuwis in wuriimui, , v
JS5iSaiiJJfciStife -n& -akMUiisXAv ...Mldki,..
G. B. Van Gorder, On Terrace street.
Tho visitor Is Mr. Van dorder's niece.
Miss Jennie Clarke, of Adams ave
nue, Seranton, has rethriied to her
home, after it brief visit with relatives
JERHYN AND MAYFIELD,
The Interest In the mock trial to be
given In the lecture room of the Meth
odist Episcopal church on Friday even
ing, Increases every day, and from the
present outlook there will be no va
cant seats. It Is the llrst entertain
ment of the kind ever given In Jermyn,
which adds to the Interest of the affair.
Herewith wo give a list of those who
ale the participants of tho trial: Judge,
Dr. AA'llllam J, Raker; clerk of tho
courts, R. AV. Rymer; tipstaff, Frank
O. Winter; stenographer, Harry Grif
fiths; defendant, "Richard Smith";
prosecutor, "Arthur Slocum"; sheriff,
AVllllam Bennett; court crier, Samuel
Tembyjp lawyers for prosecutor, C. F.
Baker nnd Thomas Evans; lawyers for
defendant, J. 'B. Griffiths and Arthur
Fowler; witnesses, Floyd Hunter, Geo.
Harris, John McLean, Allen Hall, AVll
llam Longman and AVllllam Seymour.
In addition to tho above there will be
the Jurymen. The trial and Its ar
rangements Is under the direction of
C. A. Battenberg, esq.
Tho funeral of tho late Philip Sny
der was held yesterday afternoon. Ser
vices .were held In the First Baptist
church by Rev. Mnynard R. Thomp
son, who delivered a touching and Im
pressive address. Deceased was a vet
eran of the Civil war und the pallbear
ers were the following six veterans:
James Shields, Dr. Harding, James
Nicholson, H. J. AArheeler, Jacob Aran
Sickle and Stephen Miller.
George Boshock, of Mnyflcld, met
with a painful accident Monday.
wnue ascenumg a ladder to reach 11
pigeon loft, ho slipped and fell upon a
picket fence on which he was cm
paled. A number of friends who wit
nessed the accident removed him, after
considerable difficulty and' a physician
attended htm. He was in a weak state
from the severe hemorrhage, and will
be confined to his bed for some time.
At the last meeting of Local No. 1025,
United Mine AVorkers, It was decided
to start up a co-operative store in this
borough. An official of the union last
evening, In talking of tho subject, said
that the excessive charges of the store
keepers makes it necessary for the
miners to do something along the line
of co-operation, and that the movement
is being undertaken with considerable
enthusiasm by a number of the mem
bers. Lois, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Freas, of Bacon street, Is
ill with an attack of bronchitis.
Henry Smallacombe, of Third street,
had his leg painfully squeezed by a
mine car, while at work in the Erie
Andrew Clarkson and family, of
South Main street, have moved to
Archbald. Frank Burns, of the East
Side, has purchased the property va
cated by Mr. Clarkson.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
David Thomas, of Bacon street, Is dan
gerously ill of inflammation of the bow
els. Toney Franchon, of the East Side,
celebrated Easter by demolishing a
portion of the porch of Mike Couch's
hotel. He was taken before 'Squire'
Hills last evening, and failing to pay
the damages and costs incurred was
committed to the county jail.
The Easter supper in the Blukely
Baptist church last night was a unique
affair. The menu was fine, containing
some twenty different viands. The
center table 'was set In the shape of a
large Latin cross, In the center of which
lay a yellow'crepe paper cross, on which
rested a beautiful Easter Illy. On the
center of each arm of the cross lay a
five-pointed yellow star, and on each
of these was a glass dish of pickets.
The two other tables were so arranged
as to form, with the cross, an anchor.
On the center of each of these lay a
largo yellow crepe paper anchor, sur
mounted by two bouquets of beautiful
yellow flowers. At the head of the cross
was a large pulpit chuir, while at the
end of each arm of the cross were the
two smaller pulpit chairs, and at the
foot of the cross was a small chair of
similar pattern. The effect of the ar
rangement was very pretty, and was
admired by the many guests who par
took of the characteristically excellent
supper supplied t the Ladles' Initial
society of the church.
The miners of this place observed tho
anniversary of the eight-hour a day
movement yesterday. In consequence,
all the collieries were Idle.
"Under the Black Flag" was pio
duced before another large audience ut
the Father Mathew opera house last
evening by Allan Villalr and his efficient
company. Tonight they will present
"The Tsland Prince." Prices, 10, 20 and
Mrs. Letltia Reese left yesterday for
New York, to (-ail today for AVales, to
The temporary buildings of Druggist
AV. S. Bloes and Merchants Roberta
Bros, are rapidly going up and will bo
reay for occupancy before the week Is
Tin; different coal works in this vi
cinity, were lillo yesteiday. The work-
inginen observed it as Union Day,
Warahpa tribe, No. I'll, Improved Or
der of Red Men, held their regular
meeting 011 Saturday evening in tho
'AVllson Fire company's rooms, when
tho following olllcers wero elected, for
six month: Prophet, AVllllam II. Mit
chell; sachem, T. M. Allen; senior saga
more, F. C. , Sherman; unlor sagamore,
William Day; keeper of records, James
AVInaton (one year); collector of wam
pum, Miles R. AVedeman ; keeper of
wampum, F, Edwards; trustee for eigh
teen months, Jesse Hcott; representa
tive to grand council, F. Edwards; al
ternate, M, P.. AVedeman.
Dr. Hudd Is now located In the real
deuce of Mr. Hamuel AVhlte, 011 Main
Merchant AV. F. Kotchuni has a forco
of men clearing the debris from his
Mrs. n, AV. Nothsteln is quite ill at
her homo on Main street.
The local chapter Orde Eastern
Star, will meet this evening at tho
hose company rooms. All members are
requested to be present.
Mr. Ralph Day, of AVIIkes-Uarre, ie
turned home, after spending a few days
with his grandmother, Mrs. Rather,
Mr. AValter Lloyd spent yesterday
with friends at Wayinart.
Mr. A. J, Schooley received u check
yesterday for too, it being tho full In
surance duo on a policy covering his
household effects. This, we believe, Is
the llrst loss paid. The company was
one represented uy our townsman, ,t'
Tho funeral of Mtinroo Scott, tap I
young man fatally burned In the teceiS
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fire, occurreVl Monday at 2 p. m. Rev.
F. Gendall conducted the services at
the house of the deceased's parents.
The attendance was large, including the
membership of the local lodge of the
Improved Order of Red Men, whose
ritual was used at the grave, Mr.
Thomas Swales officiating-. The inter
ment was in the Prospect Hill ceme
tery. Res'. S. C. Simpklns and son, Leon
ard, of Hawley, spent yesterday In
The German Glee club, the popular
slnglug organization, tendered two of
their members a reception on Monday
evening in their rooms in Neuglei's hall,
when they presented M. Strlne with a
pair of gold cuff buttons, and M. Berger
with a meerschaum pipe. The even
ing was pleasantly spent. The glee
club rendered a number of their choice
selections. Refreshments and cigars
The employes of Judge & Co.'s silk
mill presented their foreman, James
Hennigan, with a beautiful silk um
brella, on Monday, as a testimonial of
esteem, previous to his departure for
Paterson, N. J., where he has accepted
it more lucrative position.
David J. Davis, of North Taylor, who
was serlously'injured In the Pyne nilne
some time ago, and who has (been re
ceiving treatment at the Moses Taylor
hospital, was removed to his home on
Monday. Mr. Davis is now well on the
road to lecovery.
Mrs. P. Mullerin, Mrs. Moore and
Mrs. M. Ludgate wero among those
from this town who attended the char
ity ball at Seranton on Monday even
ing. The borough council hus had a tem
porary bridge erected over the Keyser
creek on Oak street, in place of the
one that was carried away by the re
James J, Davis, formerly of Lorenz's
Di ug store, Seranton, has taken charge
of the Parker house on Union street,
where he will embark In the hotel busi
ness. The Taylor Juvenile choir, which will
compete at the national eisteddfod at
the new armory on Decoration Day,
will meet for rehearsal this evening in
Misses Margaret S. Thomas and Mary
Jones spent the Sabbath with relatives
Ill 11 UHllfdl .
John O. Junes, of Taylor Mieet, Is'.
confined to his home by. Illness.
Miss Carmeta Nyhart, of Lincoln
Heights, Is visiting her grandpaients,
Mr, and Mis, Charles J. Evans, of
North Main street.
'i'lie entertainment and social, which
was conducted under tho auspices ot
St, James Total Abstinence and Ben
evolent society In their hall, .Monday
evening, wan a grand success, both so
cially and financially. T, J, Coyno, of
Providence, (superintended the enter
tainment. Mr. Coyne In manager of a
Providence Dramatlo company, and la
contemplating producing a play hero
In the near future,
Yesterday, April 1, waB celcbratod aa
a. holiday by tho miners In. this vicin
ity, and as a result all the collieries!
lss Maloney, of Providence, Is visit
ing her brother, Itlchard Maloney, of
MIsh Neolou, of ilrns&y street, has
emailed as a student at the Seranton
Paper Hangers Strike Averted,
Hi I'.ielujlic Wire fiom the A&oclated l'iei.
llanlsbiirg, Apill I. A nulko of tho union
piper liangris ul thN iltr was aveited todiy
by the MUslir paper luiifi i.s fcigiilug the toalo
granltmr an intirase uf uages li the union
woikmen. Ilie nutcv piiiitiu, howeier, ic
fuxd tu llgu the Kale of wages ik'iiuiuL'd by
the union palnlei, and a suite teem? inevit
able iniko-i Ilia ilJelir l'aintcit.' apodal Ion
agiees to frlgu the Male ot wages iKiiuiulctl by
Ihelr employes lu tjko ilfiel today,
Negro Stevedoor Killed,
fly Exilushu Wire fium The Associated Prist,
HwiiaWlli', ind., Apill 1. 1'ioilor Wright,
uroiuiucnt citlzeu ef Ugiknoit, Ind., today that
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Sea end of Virginia avenue, the niont fashions
able avenue in Atlantic City. Within a fc
ttcps ot tho bmoiu Steel 1'ici. Compleio ult
all ronvcultniea, Including steam heat, sun pat
lor, elealor, and hot and cold baths.
Tablo unsurpatacdj direct ocean Ueiv,
Kates HG0 to .1.00 per day; $12.00 to iU.nl
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N. R. BOTHWELL,
Formerly of Seranton.
and killed Jew Mllft, u uegio stevedoie, Miles,
while chunk met Wlighl today ami nude an im
Mult on him. Miles luaultd a tilcr of one l
the negioik bncltcd at Itockpoit Mini) moult
ago for imvdcr. lie told his fl lends lie In!
lleu-d Wright was Ihe leader of the mob aiii
he Intended to kill Mm.
To Cure Grip in Two Days."
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