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THE? SOU ANTON TKI13UNJ3-FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1902.
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SEVEN DAYS OP
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Members of the Salvation Army
- Throughout the World Are Expect-
' etl to Join In This Special Service.
v John Spencer Hurt In the Brlsbtn
Mine Funeral of the Late John
Astrlnger from St. John's German
1 Catholic Church Some of the First
,pf April Removals.
The local corps of the Salvation tinny,
which Is commanded by EiihIkii and
Mrs. A. AV. Lcntz, nie making prepar
ations for the observance of the annual
Sflf-Dcnlal Week services, which bc
kJii April 6 and continue until April 13,
,fill memuMH of the army throughout
the world are expected to join In this
special week ot self-denial, and the
inone;. saved Is devoted to the Ktmcrnl
funds of the organization. Total absti
nence from ceitutn foodstuffs and cus
toms Is rigidly observed, and friends
nTid .sympathizers of the army are also
j educated to add their contributions.
During this week of self-denial they
make a special effort to feed the pool',
ikithc the naked, nurse the sick, rr-i-lulni
the fallen, house the homelesf,
and Jn every way live out their religion.
SpeiVil prayer will be continuously
offered for the salvation of the lost, and
the inembois will si hit themselves of
part or their dally fa'ie, and absolutely
c!U off all creatine comfoits, hnndtns
over the money thus saved to the bpii
eral work of the army.
Tbe members of the different churches
aiid all others interested In religious
work are asked to contribute to the
sjjf-denla! fund, and the members of
the army will make a canvass for con
tulbittious andy donations.
Tomorrow, Sunday and Monday even
ings, Captaln John Lyons, an old ofllcer
of the Seranton corps, will lead the spe
cial meetings at the ball, 30.10 Price
street. lie Is well-known In this city,
mrl will be Kind to welcome his manv
friends. Special meetings will be held
every evening next week.
"The Dialogue of Birds."
The English performance of the alien e
oppietta will take place at the First
Welsh Congregational church. South
Main avenue, on April 1C, by the Helle
nic children's choir.
The general uplnion ot the audience
The licit family Coua.Ii Ttcineily,"
Diifour's French Tar,
I'm- S11 by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
' 101 S. Main ave.
Six Days 1
a Week This
Store Is Helpful
We afford you opportunities to do the best kind
of dry goods shopping. There is no question as to
our supremacy. There is a big difference between
pleasure and satisfaction. It always affords us pleas
ure to look at a well-dressed Avoman, but we must
admit that there is uo real satisfaction iu it unless
the source 'of this pleasing apparition should emanate
I The Suit and
I Garment Department
1 Is Always Well Stocked
& ' 'Only "the latest styles and neAvest conception ot
'the' dressmaker's art are shown here, aud the prices
Sarc such as will afford you the deepest satisfaction,
pihoice Lot of
I Ladies' Waists
fSljt' .J StiirX Waists aud Dress Waists. The 0rst faint
"echoes of Spring are wafted to us iu this showing of
j these fine indispsnsables. The season opens Avith
J. many promises for a wider range of style than ever.
J . Tne first thing that excites wonder is how ,so
is much prettiness can be sold at the prices we mark
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fcfiiiit:- in i II ' i -i - ii wm? - - w -tr'iMii TiTiMriiT -ran n--Triinr-- r
on Tuesday evening was that It was the
best operetta performance .they have
heard Tor many years, uud all expressed
u desire to hear the final performance
on the 16lli, when It Is expected that
the audience will test the capacity of
The choir; after two weeks' exit a re
hearsals, will give the public an ex
ample ot what can bo done by a pei
inanent oiganlzatlon, composed of very
line and nmooth voices, while the ren
dition of solos and ducts by boys and
girls from the choir Is beyond praise.
Mrs. Council ami Mrs. Jllpplc will pic
side over the English performance.
Number of Removals.
Ur. A. A. Mndnbury and family have
moved from 'South Main avenue to Jef
Kcv. K. J. Mcltenry and family have
moved from 115 North Lincoln avenue
to 7li South Main avenue, corner of
West Locust street.
AW It. Hughes and family have
moved from 72ii North Sumner ave
nue to 1S3, nn the same street, between
Jackson and Ptlco streets.
Samuel I'olhunuts and family have
moved from 123 North Sumner avenue
to their new home on North Main ave
nue, AVest Park.
F.. AV. Thayer nnd family and K. AV.
Luce and family are now located In
Mrs. Dougherty's double house at the
earner of North Main avenue and
Keuben Jones and family have moved
from North Uromlcy avenue to the
bouse formerly occupied by Kcv. J3. A.
lloyl and family, on Price street.
Prof. D. A. Stone and family, who
have resided on South Main avenue for
the past eighteen years, have taken a
house on Harrison avenue.
Last Night's Social Events.
The Walmela Dancing class, which
lias been meeting In St. David's hall,
opened hi M ears' hall last evening, and
the attendance was larger than usual.
Miss Kate Tteardon plays for them.
Classes Nos. 17 and 18, of the Hamp
ton Street Methodist Kplscopal Sun
day school, taught by the Misses1 Edna
and Itena Homier, held an enjoyable
Hoodoo social and phonograph enter
tainment last evening nt the home of
Willie Stringer, on Bundle avenue. A
guess cake contest was a feature and
refreshments were served.
Changes and Improvements.
Mrs. James It. James Is having the
stone wall rebuilt in front of her prop
el ty, on North Hyde Park avenue.
Mis. Luther Jones will have her
block of houses on North Hyde Park
avenue, moved to the rear of the. lot,
facing Decker's court, and' will have a
substantial home built on the former
AVllllam B. Davis, formerly of Ply
mouth, has purchased the Smith double
house on South Main avenue, a part of
which is occupied by Hon. T. Jeffer
son Beynolds and wife. The latter
have purchased the adjoining lot and
will build a home thereon.
A legular meeting of Local No. 1331,
United Mine AVorkors of America, was
held In to. 13. Kvntin' linll last evening.
The now buttons for the second ttuar
ter are being distributed.
A regular meeting of the AVest Side
Central Ucpubllcan club will bo held
tomorrow evening, when all members
holding tinused dance tickets ard re
quested to make returns to the secre
tary. A meeting or the AVest Side assem
bly, Royal Society '.of Clood Fellows,
was held last evening. Delegate Ar
thur Stover, who attended the grand
assembly meeting at Plttstburg, made
Hurt in the Mines.
John Spencer, or 31B Uoildoe court,
employed an a driver In the Urlsbln
mine, was severely Injured while at
work yesterday morning. He was driv
ing a trip through a gangway when
an explosion occurred In onb of the
"The Hying coal caught him and
knocked him down. He was soon re
moved to his home ami Dr. D. AV.
J-lviins was called, lie discovered that
the young man had a severe fracture
of the leg.
Harried in Binghnmtou.
Thomas H. Jones, of Lafayette stieet,
the well-known stone cutter and con
tractor, was nulled In marriage to Mrs.
Catlln, assistant matron of the Flor
ence Mission, at Klnghamtou, N. Y., on
Tho wedding was rather quietly con
ducted nnd was known only to the
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will le
sldc on Lafayette stieet upon their
Installation of Officers.
The following newly-elected otllcers
of Panooka tribe, No. 141, Improved
Order of Bed Men, were Installed at tho
meeting of the lodge held on AVednes
Prophet, AVIlliani F. Kvans: sachem,
Richard Phillips: senior sagamore,
Thomas D. James: keeper of wampum,
David C. AVllllains: chleC of records,
Evan AValters: assistant chief of ref
olds, Hugh Williams.
Funeral of John Astringer.
Services over tho remains of tho late
John Astringer were held at St. John's
German Catholic church yesterday
morning, wheie a high mass of rcciuiein
was celebrated by Rev. P. A. Frlcker.
A quartette from the Seranton Lleder
krnns! sang during tho services. A
number of lloml olferlngs were In evi
dence. The pall bearois were AVllllam Lux
emberger, J. K. Lewis, Philip Martin,
John Janssen, John Thecs and Fred
Kvans. The flower-bearers were
George Rolf and John Gauss. Inter
ment was made In the German Catholic
cemetery. The Llederkran:: rendered a
selection at the grave.
Funeral of Mrs. O'Hora.
The funeral services over the remains
of ,the late Mrs. Catherine O'lluru, oC
1S27 Lafayette street, were conducted
at St. Patrick's Catholic chinch yester
day morning by Rev. John Dunn. A
high mass of requiem was celebrated.
Tho pall bearois were Jr. J. Ryan,
Michael Lee, John Drown, Joseph
Joyce, Frank Jennings and John Kll
y.n: Interment was made in the Catho
GENEHAL NEWS NOTES.
'The Electric City AVheelmen's min
strel performance will be held at Meal's'
ball on Tuesday and AVednesday even
ings. April 29 and 30.
An unusually huge number of AA'cst
rfcranlon people attended the Home for
the Friendless concert Ubt evening at
the new aimory. They were attracted
by the singing of Ben Davies, the
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. John Mor
gan, of Jackson street, a daughter.
Complaint Is being made of the un
sanitary condition of Kvans court In
the middle of the 300 block.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Daniel
Kvans occurred yesterday afternoon
from the house, In Sloan patch. The
pall-bearers were Morgan Hopkins,
John Klderbrand, Edward Davis and
Michael Joyce. Interment was made in
the AVashburn street cemetery.
SOCIAL AND PEBSONAI,.
Miss Rertha Carson, of South Main
avenue, entertained friends on Tues
day evening, In honor of her guests,
Misses Margaret and Agnes Miller, of
Morrlstown, N. J.
Mrs. Frank Transue entertained the
Railroad auxiliary of tho Simpson
Methodist Kplscopal church at her
home last evening.
Miss Lauta VnnVllol, of AVashburn
street, has returned home from n visit
In Klmlra, N. Y.
AVllllam Miller, of South Hyde Park
avenue, contemplates, removing o(it
AVest In a short time.
Mr. and Sirs. Edward D. Collins, of
AVest Locust street, will celebrate their
sixteenth wedding anniversary next
Justin T. Smith, the Lincoln Heights
druggist, will leave this morning on a
few days' business trip to Philadelphia.
Mrs. AVllllam Oram, of Clifford, Sus
quehanna county, has returned home
trom n visit with Mrs. Albert Evans,
of North Lincoln avenue.
Mir. AV. G. Daniels, of South Main
avenue, Is spending a few days with
relatives in Parsons.
Abel Stover, of Ithaca, N. V., Is visit
ing at the homo of his paients on La
Mrs. M, L. niair, of Now York city,
is visiting among old friends In town.
Mrs. Joseph Puff, of North Lincoln
avenue, Is conllned to her homo by Ill
ness. Mrs, Lillian J. Morgans, of Storrs
avenue, Is leported to bo seriously 111
at her home,
AVllllam T, Emrleh, of the central
city, and Miss Minnie Helen, Trice, of
Chestnut street, will bo united In "mar
riage at 12 o'clock noon on Thursday,
Mr. and Mrs. Ohed. Jenkins, of South
Main avenue, are spending o few days
ih New York.
The fourteenth annual meeting of the
Ladleb' AM poiiety of tho Picsbytoi Ian
church was held yesterday afternoon
In the church parlors. The room had
been prettily decorated for tho occa
slot) With pnlnis and potted plants and
presented a very attractive appearance.
After the business of the -meeting had
THE HOMELIEST MAnTsCRANTON
As well as llic liaiiJiouiCft, ami otlicu aio Invite!
to rail on an druggUt and net fico 4 Ul.il lwltlo
o( Kcmii's llaliam for the Tin oat ami Luugi, a
remedy that U giuimitccil to rum and rclUto all
Chronic unJ .Uula Couglii, Astluua, Uioochltii
ant) Consumption. Pike 23c, out W
been transacted, a 'cry pleasant social
wan enjoyed by tho ladles, and dainty
refreshments were nerved. A report of
(ho condition of tho poclcty was read,
allowing all branches to bo In u very
nourishing condition. Tho dues col
lected during tho yenr amounted to
$!iil. Yesterdny's receipts alone were
$tt!.t0. The membership of tho society
Is now ninety-four. The efficient ofll
cel'S of last year were? all re-elected.
The president, Mrx. A. D. Ulacklnton,
was the recipient of a handsome bou
quet, given by tho society In recognition
or her faithful work In the society's
The council held a special meeting on
AVednesday evening, when Borough At
torney McDonough Informed council
that he had not heard anything definite
from tho successful bidders for the re-,
cent Issue of bonds In regard to their
complying with their bid. The matter
of sewers was discussed, but no de
finite notion taken. The borough nt
torncy was instructed to notify tho
Seranton Trnctlon company that they
must run their cars within ten days
pver all their tracks In town, or steps
will be tnken to annul their franchises
over such parts as they do not use,
The regular meeting will be held on
Miss Mary Flnnen hns returned to
her home at Port Jervls, after a short
stay lu town.
Mrs. Mary Spencer, ot Carbondalc, Is
spending a few days with friends In
The school board will hold a regular
meeting on Saturday evening.
Tho members of Independent Hose
company, No. 1, will enjoy their seven
teenth annual banquet at their rooms
on Saturday evening.
Mrs. John R. Hobday Is critically ill
at her homo on Apple street, and fqars
are entertained for her recovery.
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Hnlph Savage, a Driver Boy Is Seri
ously Injured in the Cayuga
Aline by a Motor Engine.
Ralph Savage, a driver boy residing
on Cayuga street, was seriously, and
perhaps fatally injured, in the Cayuga
mine yesterday. Youngr Savage was
employed as a lead driver, and while
driving Into one of the chambers his
mule ran away. The boy hurried after
t)ie runaway. As he neared It a motor
engine drawing several loaded cars,
caught his leg, tearing it from his body.
.He was picked up in an unconscious
condition and taken to the surface,
where the mine ambulance took him
to the Moses Taylor hospital.
Narrow Escape from Death.
Andrew Smith, mine foreman of the
Marvine colliery, had a narrow escape
from being crushed to death, AVednes
day. Fortunately he escaped with a
few slight Injuries.
Mr. Smith was engaged in measuring
a mine roof, when a large piece of rock
directly over his head fell, striking him
a glancing blow. He received several
slight bruises on the leg and a. sprained
He was removed to his home, where
medical attendance was called.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
This evening the Crackerjacks will
have for their opponents the Comets
of the central city.
Mrs. E. A. Reynolds, of North Main
avenue, is ill.
Russell Dean, of AVaverly, has re
turned after spending a few days with
friends In this 'section.
James Laird has returned to Wyom
ing seminary, after spending the Eas
ter vacation with his parents here.
Leigh Moras, Clarence Morss, Walter
Benedict and Archie Morgan have ic
turued to their studies at Lehigh uni
versity, after spending the Easter va
cation with parents in this section.
Henry Mead, George Mead and Ralph
McDonald are visiting trlends In Mnd
Isonvllle. r The funeral of AVllllam, tho 15-months'-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. AV11
lim Pugh, of Putnam street, will take
place from his patents' residence this
afternoon at 'X o'clock. Services will
be conducted at the house by Rev. J.
L. Davis, of West Market Street Uap
tlst church. Interment In the AVash
burn street cemetfry.
A. L. Gurnsey, of Carbondale, was
In town yesterday. He expects to or
ganize a camp 'of the AVoodmen of the
AVorld in this section, In the near fu
ture. Mrs. C. P. Crossman, ot Throop
street, spent Wednesday with friends
Mlss Blanche ISroderlck, of Marion
street, Is confined to her home by ill
ness. The regular monthly meeting of tho
AVoman's Home nnd Foreign Mission
ary society of tho Green Ridge Pres
byterian church will be held at the
manse at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The
subject to bo consldeied is of greatjn
terest. All ladles ot the congregation
ate invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs, Lehman, formerly of
Pre.seott avenue, have moved Into the
Nlcol house, corner of Sanderson ave
nue and Delaware street.
Mr. and Mis, E. L. Merrlmnn, of
Mousey avenue, aio lejolcing over tho
arrival of a baby daughter at 'their
Mr. and -Mrs. Charles M, Carr, of
Dickson avenue, have moved to tho
three hundred block on AVebster ave
nue. District Deputy Grand Master Har
per and nsslstuut Installed the follow
ing olllcers of Green Ridge Lodge, In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, last
evening In Masonic hall, Dickson ave
nue: Noble grand, 'M. D. Farnham;
vice grand, B. H, Kldred; secretary, F,
S. Olver; treasurer, Charles P. Jones;
degree muster, F, G, Deam; right sup
port to noblo grand, M, J. Kemp; left
support to noble grand, Robert Pat
loi'snn; warden, L, AV, Lewis; conduc
tor, AV, J. Heckman; right support to
vleo grand, John Richardson; left sup
port to vice grnpd, L, 13, A'anAuken;
chaplain, George Parsons; outsldo
guard, A. K. Singer; lnsldo guard,
Charles Rdirowellff, In honor of the
eighteenth anlnversary of tlo Jodge, at
the close of the Installation, exercises
and a splendid entertainment was, en
Joyed by tho members and their friends
to the, number of tlueo hundred. A
bountiful repast was served, after
W'hich Dr. Rea, who acted as toast
master, In a, short but pithy speech, re
viewed some of the pleasantries ot tho
eighteen years' experience of tho lodge
and Introduced Rev. Cr. AV. G. Simp
son, who delivered tin address upon the
beauty of thu teachings and results of
true Odd Fellowship. Mrs. B, T,
Jnyne rendered a A'ery pleasing A-ocaj
solo, uud the entertainment was Ideal,
as regards stieecs3,
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MABRIAOB OF Mfas BOTH AND
Ceremony Was Performed at the
Rome of the Bride's Barents Fu
neral of the Late George Scholl.
Services Conducted by the Rev,
William A.' NordtCases That
Were Heard Before Alderman
Lentes Ladies' Aid Society Elects
Officers 'Other Matters.
A Very pretty home wedding was sol
cinnls'.ed yesterday afternoon at 91H Slo
cum street, when Miss Knterlna Roth
and' Alexander Glnrner, two well known
young people, were Joined In marriage.
The ceremony took place at the homo
of the brldels parents, In the front par
lor, which wuh tastefully decorated for
The In Ide looked charming lu a neat
llttlng dress ot steel, handsomely
trimmed with while satin, and chiffon.
Her sister, Miss Elsie Roth, was bildcs
maid, and wore a costume of the same
material. The groomsman wns Arnold
Roth, a brother of the bride. Only
themmedlatc relatives of the contract
ing parties were present when Rev.
Herman Retter, pastor of St. Paul's
Evangelical church, pronounced the
words that made them man and wjfe.
A wedding repast was afterwards serv
ed, and In the evening a reception was
held. Mr. and Mrs. darner will com
mence housekeeping In their own home
at ii40 Maple street.
The guests present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Casper Roth, Mr. and Mrs. John
Moor, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moor, Mr.
and Sirs. Andrew Glarner, Mr. and Mrs
Casper Moor, Mr. and Mrs. Casper
Fuhrer, Messrs. John AA'elbel, Attorney
'Gene Davis, Ernest Gloor, Emll Glnr
ner, John Roth, Michael Roth, Edward
Kroll, Arnold Roth, Balzy Fuhrer, Ru
dolph Traub; Misses Emma Beuke,
Lena Tannler, Elsie and Margaret
Roth and Lena. Roth, Emma Moor,
Miss Slpplc and Mrs. Mary Kennedy.
Laid at Rest.
The funeral of the late George Scholl
took place yesterday afternoon from
the family residence on Maple street,
and was very largely attended, the
Patriotic Order Sons of America, to
which the deceased belonged, being
present In a body. Services were con
ducted by the Rev. William A. Nordt.1
at the house, and he paid a fitting
tribute to the memory of the departed.
He took his text from the third chap
ter of the Gospel according to St. Paul,
verses 17 to 21.
The remains were afterwards borne
to their last resting place by the fol
lowing members of the Patriotic Order
Sons of America: Henry AVirth, Frank
Hesslnger, AAMlllam Tannler, Charles
Krlellch, John AVarner and Christ.
Storr. The flower bearers weie: Peter
Halm and George Mnus.
Before the Alderman.
Mrs. AA". H. AVheelor was given a
hoarlng before Alderman Lentes yes
terday on a charge of larceny by bailee,
preferred by a former servant, Miss
Emma Hetzel. According to Miss Hct
zel's story she was discharged for over
staying a leave of absence, and when
she began to pack up, Mrs. AVheeler
refused to let her take away her cloth
ing, because she had gone security for
a hat. The alderman explained to the
defendant that she erred In detaining
the goods, and allowed her to go free
on promising to make matters right
.with the plaintiff.
Joseph Deunellne and Kllllan Stocker
were arrested on charges preferred by
John Lcibold, for discharging firearms
contrary to a city ordinance. Lelbold
testified that he had been annoyed for
some time, and last Sunday, after a
few words, one of the defendants de
liberately fired four shots in his direc
tion, which, however, missed him. The
young men admitted the facts as stated
and Alderman Lentes held them for
court In $500 ball each. t
John Fitzpatrlck, of 1019 Klin street,
who was arrested by the police for dis
orderly conduct Into AVednesday night,
was sent to tho county jail for three
months by Alderman Storr' yesterdity
Freuen Vereln Elects Officers. .
A monthly session of the Freuen
Vereln, or Ladles Aid society, of the
Hickory Street Presbyterian church,
took place yesterday and considerable
business .was transacted. The ladles
decided to assist the, Choral union,
when they render tho cantata, and will
assume charge of the refreshments.
The old otllcers of the society have
again been chosen, as follows: Presi
dent, Mrs. Paulino Mursch; vice presi
dent, Mrs. Dora Lengler; treasurer,
airs. Mary Schunk; secretary, Mrs.
Carrie Sonus. y
The Defenders reopened the basket
ball season in St. John's hall last even
ing and scored a victory over the
Pottsvllle team, tho score being 35 to
S in their favor. ,
The game was well played by the
visitors, but they were too light. A
social and danco followed the ganit'.
NUBS OF NEWS.
Coroner paltry visited the residence
of the late John Feeney, on Irving
avenue, yesterday nnd after learning
the clicumstunccs of his death, decided
that an inquest was unnecessary.
General Grant commandery. Knights
of Malta, will meet In regular session
Thomas Ryan, of Erie, P.i., a, well
known Grand Army of tho Republic
man, Is visiting friends on this side,
A young son has como to gladden
tho homo of Mr. und Mrs. Louis Schu
macher, at 503 Cedur avenue.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay," For sale by dll dealers,
An Important meeting of St. Aloyslus
Total Abstinence and Uenellelal society
was held in Pharmacy hall last oven
DENNIS BARRETT, aged U7 yeais,
died yesterday afternoon, after eight
days' Illness of pneumonia, at the home
of his brother Mlno Foreman James
Barrett, of Tenth street. The deceased
came from Carbondale three months
ago to accept a position in tho alr'
brake department of the Lackawanna
car shops, having become nn expert In
this lino of wotk at the Delaware and
Hudson shops in Carbondale. He was
an Intelligent, industrious and very
popular young inun'ond had a promts-
J Men's, S2.00, S2.50, S3.00, $3.50 J
Boys', - - $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
win in m
nr5i uur snoes are, ana always nave uceu mtuc
"on honor" and sold on approval.
Second Every stitch is the product of Union La- "
bor, which is not only fair but honest. ' f
Third The best materials, put together by the
best workmanship, under the best shoe manufacturing f
system yet devised, enable us to sell you the best shoe A
I on earth for the money.
Fourth The- M. J.
I other shoe, irrespective of
I widths, you are sure ot a
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BALANCE OP WIXK.
Dainty Irene Myers
Trices 10, 20 and 30c. ; matinee, 10 ami 20c.
The Oiilnal and Popular
AVAITE COMEDY AND STOCK CO.
Ladies' Philharmonic Orchestra.
ALF. Q. HTRKINQTON, Mtner.
Tliuisdjy, I''iiiUy anil Saturday,
APBHj 3, I, 5.
Irwin's Big Show
mati.m:e i:krv da v.
Iiib future before him. Surviving' him,
besides his widowed mother, arc a
brother, Jumcs Barrett, und two sis
ters, Sirs. John HlffKlns und JIIss
Emma Barrett, of Carbondale. Uo wus
a nephew of Patrolman Dominlck Bo
land, The remains were removed la&t
nlBht to Carbondale, whore interment
will be made, probably on Saturday
DANIEL T. DAVIKS. of Taylor, died
at the homo of his son, J. D. Davies, of
129 South Bromley avenue. Deceased
wiiH afred 77 years, 10 months and 22
days. He is survived by the widow,
Mrs. Tydvll Davies, four sons and five
daughters, T. J. Davies, of Pittsburg-;
Evan J. Davies, J. D. Davies, D. J.
Davies, JIrs. Hichurd Morris, Mrs. Al
fred Harris, Mis. Thomas A. Jones,
Mrs. Obedlah Day and Mrs. Thomas
Francis. Funeral will bo private, Ser
vices, this afternoon at 2 p. m. In
terment lu Forest Homo cemetery,
Taylor. Officiating clergyman, ltov. D.
JOHN NEAtdS, agod 32 years, died
at the home of his mother, on Applo
street, Dunmore, yesterday morning-,
nfter a few days' Illness with pulmon
ary trouble. Ho had been In 111 health
for soino time, but was ablo to bo
ubout until a week ago, when he was
compelled to take to his bed, He Is
survived by his mother and the fol
lowing brothers and sisters; AVllllam,
James, Heuiurd, Michael ami Misses
Mary and Ellzubeth.
THOMAS BUKNNAN, nil old und re
spected cltlKon of Dunmore, died at his
homo on East Drinker street yesterday;
after a lingering Illness from miners'
asthma. Ho Is survived by his widow
and tho following children: AVllllam,
John, Ellen, Margaret and Mary. Tho
tuncral will' take place from St. Mary's
church this morning at ( o'clock and a
reiiulem mass will bo celebrated, In
terment will bo In Mt. Carmel ceme
tery. The (initial of the lata Samuel Itoeuwr uill
take )larc tomonow mouiln;, Sen ires will lie
conducted at the liouc, S.'.l North Lincoln ue
iiuv, al S o'clock, and the remains will he t ikcn
lu Mt, Pocono for inteimeiit. '
Sticking- to Schwab,
lu (ho corridor of 71 llioadway, uilc IktOf
S-mllli In the New YorU l'rw, eomc one pointed
out u handsome jounir nun ai tho t'oulidentlal
tecictary of Mr. hthwjb, nrcldciit of tlw I'nlUd
Mate4 tit eel cornoutlon. I iccognized OUle Wien.
llo tminot bo act 28. Ten Jcars aire ho was
j fjiwvrltci' and private solidary to til uncle,
Shoes Shined Free! J
Cox Shoe will outwear any ,
name or price.
All sizes, all
perfect tit here.
M. REIS, Lcsc and Ungr.
A. J. DUFFY, Business Mnuger.
Amor ici's meet notable Mliutrcl Organisation
Billy Van, John Kins, X. S. Carr. Clement
Stewart, Zcb and Zarrow Tiio. Prices 23 cents to
Saturday Matinee and 2'iiiht,
W. C. &MVTH present.
The Silver Voiced Comedian,
In a comedy drama ot Western Life entitled
ri lies Si, CO, 73c. and SI. 00.
Matinee 23 and 30c. Children to any part of
OXK NIOUT OSI.Y, TDKSDAV, AI'lHIi 8.
The Famou Comedian,
and tho George. W. I.eileier Co. in the (treat Bia
Musical Comedy Success
.Ml the Original Cast.
I'rlrcs Kntlre lower floor. Vi balcony, iJl.W,
IJJ, 75c. ami 60c.; galleiy, 23c. and Mc.
Scats ro on sale Saturday morning at nine.
Tho LauRhlni; Hit of Two Continent.
HIC1I AM) H.tHHlS' VUNX FARCK,
You a Mason?
Horn tho German ot I.auf.i M Knit. Adapted
by Leo Pitrlchstetn.
Tho Great Original New York Cast,
rilcM 23c. to fl.SO; box ets,
Ilauy Miner, theatrical luanigcr, etc, UU
uagrg wre $15 a cek, without prcupecU, An
opening appeared in the New Yolk offlee of th
t'orncgie lompany, and after much hesitation
Ollle left Miner, When the Cainrgle compa.iy
was alieorbed by the Steel lorporatlon and Mi.
Schwab became the .icio head ot the trust he
iealneil OUle as his clerical uuxllUu. Xot
long after things got .-eltlcd down the nun ho
did nut break the Innk ut Monte Carlo said:
"Ollle, do jou icrulatef"
"I do not," lcplled W'ltu.
"fliat'u light; I'm glad jou do not," iVhwab
went on. "You will find many opportunities In
this business to speculate, but let that jams
alone mid I'll tike caic ot ou. Attend faille
fully to jour duties and I will make our ilih
Olher Wicn'o Hut ear nith Ur, Schwab
brought him $10,000.
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