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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-TUKSDAV,, APrilL 8, 1902.
DISCUSSES BY MEMBERS OE
THE MEN'S LEAGUE.
Excellent , Paper on the Subject Bead
by Daniel T. Rceso nt Plymouth
, Church last EvonlngG. T. A. U.
Regiment Officers Meet Weekly
School Deposits Two Mine Work
ers Injured Yesterday Events of
This Evening Other News Notes
and Personals. '
The Men's lemma of the Plymouth
Congregational church held n Inter
esting meeting lust evening, at which
Daniel J. Iteeso read tin excellent paper
on the subject oC "Municipal Owner
ship." The paper was discussed by a, num
ber of the members. Several new mem
bers were added to the league. The
outlook Is favoiablo for a successful
concert under the auspices of the league
next Friday evening.
The topic for debate at the next meet
ing, which will be held on April 21, Is
"Kcsolvcd. That Our llepresentatlvc
System of Government Is a Failure."
The affirmative side will be upheld by
Prof. John T. Jones tind Gomor It.
.Ttoese. The negative speakers will bo
Prof. J. Hnydcn Oliver and Attorney
Charles E. Daniels.
Two Mine Accidents.
William J. Thomas, aged'1 24 years,
on of Jcnkln Thomas, of Eynon and
Twelfth streets, employed as a laborer
In the Sloan mine, hnd his leg fractured
and hip dislocated by a fall of roof
while at work yesterday. He was re
moved to the home of Thomas Parry on
Eynon street, 'where Doctors George B.
and Arthur A. Reynolds dressed his
Richard Morris, of Frlnk street, em
ployed ns a laborer In the Hampton
mine, was seriously injured by a fall
of roof while at work yesterday. He
was removed to his home.
Verdict of Mot Guilty.
The case of James Mack and' Daniel
I-enlhan, of Keyser Valley, who were
accused of assaulting and robbing
"William Carpenter of $20 at the Spike
mill some time ago, was caleld in court
The prosecution failed to appear
against the defendants, and the judge
ordered a verdict of not guilty to bo
lendered in the case. Carpenter at the
The Best I'anilly Cough Jtemcdy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
III ! 1I;K lill
U U in i
The large assortment is one of S
the advantages of this stock; 5:
the modest prices another. A $i
collection that is unsurpassed Si
in quality, quantity and low &
3 Special After Easter
AT 2Sc A YARD
Fine Melrose cloth In all the
prevailing colors, and a
choice lot of Oreponettes as
well, and 22c is the special
AT 31c A YARD
Mixed lot of different lineB,
not one of which was worth
less than 50c a yard, and
some worth 75c now 31c is
the special price,
AT 40c A YARD
All Wool Vigoreaux, 45
inches wide, a nice lot of
shades; the balance of a lot
that sold at 75c a yard. And
40c is the special price.
AT 40o A YARD
Fine Henrietta Cloth, 45
inches wide and all the col
ors; goods worth 65c a yard;
the price Tuesday is 49o.
AT 60c A YARD
48 inch Meheda, very fine
fabric and full assortment of
colors, The price has been
85o a yard; during the sale,
68c is the price,
The Sale begins Tuesday and "Take care of
the pennies and the pounds will take care of them-
ielves" is a maxim, the truth of which will he nhl
.... .' ..
1 demonstrated by tlie folks who attend this sale and
& buy from us now. aji
I Globe Warehouse!
time, was employed ns a night watch
man at the Spike mill. Ho Is no longer
Weekly School Deposits.
The following deposits wero made nt
the West Side bank yesterday for the
pupils of public schools Nos. 13 and 19,
by the different teachers:
.'o, 13. T)ald Owctn, 91 S Kltzabctb Lewis, 60
cents! Allco Kvans, 00 cents i tlertha Kelly, 2j
cental Krini I). Kvans, .10 cents! Nellie Itlcli.
nrila, $l.av, Catherine Phillip, 8.30 Etlnt I.ruli,
fit cents! S.ir,ti McDonald, 0 cents! I'lorclice
Freeman, 10 centos Intnl. tfrt.S'i.
No. 10-D. W. 1'hllllps 10 tents; MIm Nichols
t-!.50; Miss Morgan, .'17 cental MIm Kvatu, f8
ccntsi MUs Kellow, $1.3.! Mls I'lvnn, JO icntij
.MIm Peck, J.O( Mrs. Tether, $2.5"! MIm Murray,
;." cents; MIm ncamlsli, 8.1 renin! Mta lliittnn,
?2.82i Mls-e Davis, " cpiiIi; Mbm Wail,-, SO cental
Miss Murphy, $1.42! MUs llurral, ?.'.5Si total,
The engagement has been announced
of Miss Dolores QUI, of 113'South Brom
ley avenue, to Col, J. K. Hatcher, a
prominent banker of Atlunta, Oa., and
The wedding will take place In Phila
delphia, on April 24, where Miss Gill
has resided for several years. She Is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
GUI. Her brother and sister, John and
Miss Margaret Gill, of this side, will at
tend the wedding.
First Regiment C. T. A. U. of A.
The line ofllcers of the First Regiment
of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union
of America held a meeting In St. Leo's
hall Sunday afternoon and discussed
the arrangements for the tlrst annual
encampment nt Lake Lodoro next Aug
ust. The next meeting will be held at
Wllkes-Barre, four weeks from last
Meetings Last Evening.
The official board of the Simpson M.
E. church held a business meeting in
the church last evening, at which mat
ters pertaining to the coming confer
ence were discussed. Class meeting
A regular monthly meeting of the
Swedish Citizen's club was hold In the
French Roof hall last evening, at which
several matters wore discussed and act
The weekly social of the Onelta Danc
ing class was held in Washington hall
last evening. A large crowd of young
people were present. Hayes Bros,
orchestra furnished the dance music.
The ladles of the Simpson M. E.
church, whose names begin with the
initials F, G, H, I, J and K, met in the
church last evening to arrange for a
supper in the near future.
Events of This Evening.
A business meeting of the Ladles'
Choral union and executive committee
will be held in the Robert Morris lodge
rooms this evening.
The regular meeting of the West Side
Board of Trade will be held this even
ing, when the annual nomination of of
ficers will take place. Several other
matters of importance will be taken up
The Gamma Nu society of tho Wash-
AT 89c A YARD
Heavy Weight Venetians for
Suits, 56 inches wide, all the ft
colors and goods that sold '
for $1.25 a yard? tho sale 51
price is 80c. &
THE LAST OP THE LOTS
BEST OF THE BARGAINS
The comparative savings
at this sale are neither con
servative nor exaggerated:
they are exact.
Colored Whipcords, 44
inches wide, in all the new
shades, extra fine fabrics:
easily worth 65c a yard.
Sale price, 40c.
All Worsted Storm Serge,
in blue and black 48 inches
wide, most excellent quality: &
cheap at 60c a yard. Sale S
price, 40c. fe
20 pieces of French Ohal- fe
lies in Persian patterns, i
suitable for Tea Gowns,
Dressing Sacks and Waists!
The goods are worth 75o a
yard, but the sale nrir
- - -- ""- -.
The Spring Tonic,
AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
burn Street Presbyterian church will
glvo an entertainment In the church,
this evening, which will be followed by
The Colonial Dancing clnss will meet
this evening In Washington hall.
The newly-elected officers of Slocum
lodge, No. 976, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, will be installed by Dis
trict Deputy Grnnd Master George
Harper, on Wednesday evening. The
onicers of Globe lodge, No. 058, will be
Installed on Friday evening, April 11.
The Scranton Alumni Base Ball club
will conduct an entertainment and so
cial In St. David's hall on Wednesday
evening, April ft. Miss Kate Beardon
will play for them.
The ladles of the Sherman Avenue
Mission Sunday school will serve a sup
per on Wednesday and Thursday even
ings, April 16 and 17.
The drawing for a sliver watch for
the benellt of Jeremiah Lynch will take
place at St. Peter's hall on Wednesday
evening, April IS.
The Ladles' auxiliary of Division No.
4, Ancient Older of Hibernians, will
conduct a concert and social In M'ears'
hall on Wednesdny evening, April 23.
Moses Taylor Sister lodge, No. 121,
will hold their fourth annual social In
Washington hall, Tuesduy evening,
Company B, First regiment, Catholic
Total Abstinence Union of America,
will conduct a military ball In Mears'
hall, Tuesday evening, April 22.
The Men's league of the Plymouth
Congregational church will hold an en
tertainment in the church next Fridnv
A Bowling Match.
The South Side Bowling team
strengthened by Meister and Pecklns,
won two games from the Becker team
on the Becker alleys last night. The
MeMer 1."I 182
Pecklns 18! k;o
Itrovvnell la; ' y,
Hcrbold 170 V-'O
Jones aw 171
Itolllin 20) 2S
Hurko 17" 12j
Hi'jnon 131 III
Yost 133 i;i
Coons 1S3 111
Wljli score Jones and ltolllnj.,
Mult an Mire .Jones, 173 1-3.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The rcmaint of the Ute Moigan Caffmali, who
died at 111 South Kc.v;cr avenue, were token to
Moscow jntcrdaj' moinlnp, and from there to the
cemetery lit Maple Lake, where intcmient was
made jesterday afternoon.
The members ot Uicknnanna count II, Hoval
Arcanum, will tonduit a mock trial at the'r
nct incctliig- on Friday evcnliiR, April IS. The
principals in the case will be announced later.
The readjustment of insurance rates was the
chief topic of discussion at last eveninpr's meet
ing of 11 do l'aik camp of the Modern Woodmen
of America. A paper cm the uihjcct was nud
by Hy. A. Parsons.
The manageis of Sr, Patrick's orphan.ifre ac
knowledges with thanks a donation of forty boys'
caps fiom f.ouis Conrad, the hatter.
A valuable ro.-o bmli was stolen fiom the vnrd
in frnijt of 330 South itain avenue icccntly. The
Kullty parties arc furiectcd, and if the properly
is returned no questions will be asked.
Chester I)evcrau, at;etl H jean, of 119 North
firant avenue, was bitten by u dog icccntlj. i)r.
Iliennan cauterized the wound.
Mary, the young child of Xlr. and Mrs. John
Quinn, of riftecnth and Luzerne stieet, fell down
a lll'ht ot ttairs at her homo recently, and sus
tained bruises about the head and body.
The Lojal Crusadcra will hold a very iinnor.
tant meeting tomorrow- evening in the Si-ndiy
echool room of the rir.t Congregational chinch
At the dose of badness Mr. llcese will give n few
selection'? on the Victor talking midline.
lion. John II. Fellows and family, of Tenth
street, will re-occupy their house this week. The
inteiioi was badly d imaged by tlto some time ago.
Mis. Maiy C'anoll, of South I'lltuorc avenue,
who was arrested nt the instance of her net
door neighbor, Michael l!lggin, dinged with as.
suiting the tatter's daughter, was discharged
after tho hearing before AMeim.ni Davie.
The Lincoln Heights Social c-Iuli will conduct
an entertainment ami social in JicaiV hall on
Wednesday evening, April 10.
There will be a meeting of the properly own
ers on Washburn Mroot between Sumner and Van
Durcn avenues, at 7.!0 o'clock tonight, in the
Ficiiih ltnof hotel. The purpose of curbing is
the mallei to lie- coi.s'eleied.
Dr. r. C. Hall, of Xorlli Main atrnur, w.n
called to SlilcUhliiny jcstcnlay to iicrform a ilif.
MNs Iilllian Itremun, ol .huksou street. lias IV
turned homo from a visit with fiionds In tt'llKrs
Ilarre. Abel Stover, ot Itlnca, X. V., who h.n lieen
Uniting at the homo of IiU parents on I.afjetto
street, returned home jcsterdjy.
Mrs. fit Iflltli T. D.i. of Xortli Main avfiue,
who has been ill for aetcul du.is at her homo, i3
John .1. Moigan, of .Main avenue, biother of 11,
C. Moigan, who lua been m seriously ill, U new
Mr. ami Mrs. Hen How, fonnerly of CIjiK's
Summit, hive rented It. .1. lliighei' house Jt
Dromlcy avenue uud l'rice sheet.
Miss Ilattlo 1:.miom, of Stuik court, has re
turned homo fiom a vl.it with friend in O'v.
Mm. C. II. Krctky ami clilldien, of Xortli Sum.
ncr avenue, an- home from a brief stay In Twit.,
Mrs. II. A. Hlglifirld lias returned home from
tlurfalo, ula'ie the attended tlio wedding of her
Waller Xeeley, of Xortli Itiboccn avcmif, left
jwterday for Kliamokin, where lie will vvoik fcr
the International Text Hook ioniuny.
Alfred ltecd, of Huns court, returned !at even,
lug from a ulwatorlul expedition with ,i mci cf
tlility Ijrtje-ilreil mid.eri.
The Woman's Christian Temperance union will
hold a (.upper at the homo of James Matteson,
on bhoeuialev avenue, Wcclm-vlay rvfninir, Tlio
proeceeU will bo udded to the fund being raised
for the erection ot a drinking fountain it tl c
OvvInK to the alienee of u iuoruni, la.i uivshfa
council mcctiiitf was adjourned until Wcdnemljy
The letters remainlusr unc ailed for at the Dun.
inoi e brunch otutllc-e on April S, wcic as fol
low t; Mary Arm, 7W Xeutb Main utenue; An.
thony llarrett, 7IU Clay avemiej Mr, and Mr. W,
J, Drown, IIU 1'c'iirlh chril ; Arena llearncs, Mint
Katie CuuiuiluiB, 1'atrlek ('nnvvj, .Say Ann; I'al
rick Colcuuu, -iV Carvei hlied CJ); MIm i:ii,
abctli ljvl. in I'elloua rtreet; Mi. John l'l'ey
(K.), Mr. Thomas Ciillin, Ml. 1). Hood, Mm.
Many hicvens; Mr, It. 11, Yoe., fJO Dilnl.cr
tlrect ti) Antonio di IVllppn, jhinmoie, I'.i.,
Uo liij (SlavUh). I'crsana (alliui; for them will
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a cough to run until It Kelt bcjoticl tho
reach of medicine. They often ay, "Oh. it will
wear away," but In most emu It will wear
(hem away. Could they be Induced tp try tho
successful medicine railed Kcuip'i llahuni, v.lil.li
la cold un a positive fiuran'cc to cure, they
would immcdlitcly ice the excellent effect ut
ter UUns the tlrt doie. I'rlco He. and SUc.
Trial :lic (ice. At all tlruw
AN UNUSUALLY ENJOYABLE
Annual Banquet and Dance of tlte
South Side's Popular Social Organ
ization, the "Fourteen Friends,"
Given Last Night at Athletic Hall.
Two Hundred nnd Fifty Persona
Wero in Attendance Most Suc
cessful Event In the History of tho
Tho Fourteen Friends, whose fume
as hospitable entertainers, has spread
far and wide, held another of their en
joyable reunions nt Athletic hall, last
The arrangements for tho nffalr were
In charge of the following committee:
President John Lentes, John Demuth,
-. i . .
Albert Heler, B. P. Moore. J. P. Best,
John Schunk and Fretl EJlirhardt.
Alderman John Lentes, was chosen
president at tho last election, while B.
P. Moore, and John Schunk have held
the oflices of secretary, and treasurer,
respeclvely since the society's organiz
ation. The committee 'decided to vary the
arrangements somewhat this year and
the regular course banquet was dis
pensed with. Instead It was decided
to serve hot coffee, turkey, ham and
cheese, while ice cream, cake and fruits,
wete served during tho dancing.
Tho decorations transformed the hall
into a bower of beauty. The prevail
ing colors, pink and white, were draped
from the walls and celling-, while In
numerable stars and funs, lent an artis
In front of the stage where Law
rence's full orchestra was stationed be
hind a wealth of palms, the figures "14,"
strung from the celling, blazed and
sparkled with numerous electric lights.
Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles f-locb-r, City Controller
and Mrp. V. V, Caitello. Mr. anil Mrs. Will
Klrchofl. Mr. and Mr. 1'ranl; Iiimpktihl, Mr. and
Mrs. George ltosir, Mr. and Mr. Clurlo-s Itosar,
Jtr. and Mis. Itichaid Zulager, Mr. and Mr. Henrv
Stlioll, Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas Duffy, Mr. and Mrs
liei-ry Sheridan, Mr. and Jin, .1. t,'. SJivvenUei,
Mr. and Mr. Tied MIUci; Mr. nnd Mr.-. George
SJieucr, Mr. and Mr". William HaunisaitiKr,
Mr. and Mr O-ear llehicgel, Mr. and Mt. Clw,
Klrst, Mi. and lln, John Radrr, Mr. and Mrs.
('has. Arnibuusl, Mrs. Waldo, Mr. and Mr. John
Mais, Mr. and Mis. John I'. Kchcuer, Mr. ami Mis.
IHdui-il Ilalc, Mr. anil Mrs. II, Klaumitusr, Coim
cllman and Mr. John .Schneider, Mr., and Mr.',
Augut Sehneid"!-, Mr. and Mrs Jicob llaltu ,
Mr. and .Mrs. John 1'. Mahon, Mr. and .Mrs. (ioo.
Xapo, .Mr, anil Mr. Krod Klrehotr, It gfjier of
Wills and Mm. William Koch, Mr. and Mia. Wi.
Ham Klein, Mr. and Mi.-.. IVtcr Hlppre, Mi. and
.Mrs. AuguH Hagen, Mr. and Mi. Will ZeNeniei,
Mr. and Mis. T. J. Ilaiughan, .Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Miller, Mr. and Mis. Albeit llcicr, Councilirjii
and Mrs, (liailra Graf, Mr. and Mr. D. K. Mo-rc,
Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Mahlin.in, Mr, and Mir,
Charles Hose, .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew llest. Mr.
and Mre. Onrlcs llelci, Mr, and Mrs. Walter
Xape, Mr. and Mrs. Fain Kiihrman, Mr. and M:s.
James 1'. Hett, Mi, and Mrs. 1'red Khrhardt, Mr.
and Mis. John Zclsemer, Mr, and Mis. George
THEASUBEIi JOllX SCHUNK.
W-lrtli, .Mr. and Mr A. 1'. WtMpfahl, Mr. ui.d
Mix. William Cullielm, Mr. and Mh. Thonu
h-piuki, Mr, and Mr.L I'hillp Hchcuor, Mr, aril
Mr. John Dciuutli, Mr, uud Mi's, lleitliold Scliutt,
Mr. and Mn. Harry Sift, Iteeorder of DceeU and
Mn. Dnill llonii, Mr, and Mm. Aupi't Scblinpff,
Mr, and Mrs. CharliK Wirth, Mr, ami Mrs. Clurlc
Conrad, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Claus, Mr. and Mrs.
Ad nil Vockroth, Mr. and Mm. Adolph Hannucii,
Mr, and Mu. Adam Krichtcl, Mr, and Mrs, Jacob
Sehuiil;, Councllinaii and Mrs. Tied l'liilliw, )r,
and Mm. Alhcrt Kolh, AUIcinuii uud Mrt. John
Ijentcs, Mr. und Mis. Tcter McrrUL, Mr. uud Mr.
Mrs. Seidell Xape, Mrs. 11. Kelly, Mi. C'aiolhu
Miller, Mis. Annie Huber, of lloncsdjle; Mis. W.
S. htuvciKon, Mrs. Charlcd Stjrk.
Misse-s Komaine Spruhs, Ro&o Ucinuth, MIna
Lentes, Minnie Miller, lliercw Drill, Kate ltowr,,
Ijcna CcU, l.lbblc Luti, I.uhi Drmulll, Hannah
lla;eu, Annie McCoy, Kdlth Hur.chel, Anna
Schmidt, I.iuic I'hl, Marirsret Moth, Annie i-uiu-liu'is,
Tina Ueisnici, Elliitelb i.lojd, Kdlth Jouci,
HBBaKaF - .-BBBaaklaH
& .?EaBBKfet HaaaH
f,i ; - S!'3 .JftlJaaaM
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Bridget OlWwns, Mildred Tclclimiw,. Carrie ttosaf,
Anna llirlman, Kate KIcViw, Clira Rom, Anna
wwls Annlo and Mantle Illppre, Nettle Phillip,
Kite tmvert, Krmna. OMehner, Uusslc Clriebncr,
Utile ltocar, Annie Wetland, Caroline Pchewr,
Anna1 Moffltl, Philippine Orlener, Anni aider,
Annie end Minnie llmtlinincr, Nora Ix(Uu, Kale
flordon, Mary Moran, Kate Schrelber and Carrie
Jacob Dutch, Councilman Charlc 0. tlor,
Peter Marker, Mlllon .Moore, Henry Lewlnn,
John Scjiunlv, Prter Zanj, William Marsh, John
II. (laftnry, William T. Rlmpwn, Will I'enlle,
County CotmnlMloner John J, Ihirkin, Jofcph
Killer, V. Itctrlcircl, O. C. Schencr, Amhro c
Allcnuia, City Treasurer K. J. ltohlmon, JomjiIi
K. Slocum, Hiiffli Carry, William K. John', Cor
oner .?, P. Sallry, Dennis lloche, John Dcanney,
William NacbcII, Clerk of the Court Thomas C.
Panlcl. Clcorffe Hacked, William Wetlllne, Pr.
It. A. Wchb, James Touhlll, diaries Ihrtliauvr,
Jamc Cadden, James MeAullffc, Anthony Gordon,
llcn-on Da via, Charles Miller, tleornc Wl'rth, John
J. Schneider, Julius Heler, Auiruat fWr, James
McCoy. Chiitlei Plcstna-, Frank V. Klo, Will
Itosnr, Kninl: Sdiellcr, Albert ZlMner, William
Bnrirliel, Will fielKer, Prank II. O'llojlr, Tliorraa
Price, Pred Pride, Arnold liotli, Jacob Knule,
Prcd A. Clopp, Jr., Charles J. Murlr, John Tier
ney, William Thonus. Auut (lelger, Dr. tirorce
Freiilian. C. K, William, T. II. Povlc, Harrv
Waldo, J, .1. Co.vne, William Iludcnbai li, Alfit'd
Clutliflo, Olio Ilobln'Tin, (lull.nn Jones.
The errand inarch began nt 9.30 and
was led by President Lentes and his
New Pastor Coming.
Tho congregation of the German
Methodist Kplscopul church, on Pros
pect iivenue, was Informed yesterday
thnt it new pastor would soon he In
stalled to take the place temporarily
filled by Pastor Herforth.
How G. Hauser Is the clergyman as
signed to tho church by the conference,
lie was formerly n resident of this city,
anil had charge of the Adams Avenue
Gertnun Methodist Episcopal church.
NUBS OF NEWS.
A well-nttcnded meeting of Hie Ar
lington Bowling club was held at
Zuleger's alleys, on Plttston avenue,
last evening. A match game was played
after tho business session, and u lunch
was served to the player?.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam In
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by nil dealers.
The Infant ron of Patrolman and Mis.
George Jones, whoso death occuricd on
Saturday.wan burled yesterday from the
family residence, on Cedar avenue. In
terment was in the Forest Hill ceme
tery. Thete was n large attendance of
relatives and sympathizing friends at
the services, which were conducted by
llev. P. P. Doty.
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Henry Davis of Summit Avenue Re
membered by His Former Em
ployes at the Cnyuga.
Henry Davis, of Dunmore avenue, for
a long time mine foreman of the Cay
uga was a few weeks ago made one of
the Lackawanna company's district
mine superintendents was in honor of
his promotion presented last night with
a solid gold watch, chain and charm of
the emblem of the Knights of Pythias,
by the inside employes of Cayuga.
Henry Jenkins accompalned by forty
of tho employes went to Mr. Davis'
residence und made the presentation In
a neat and appropilate speech.
Mr. Davis responded with n few feel
ing words of thanks. Ho said he did
not know how to express hlmuelf to tho
men who had shown such great kind
ness to him. After tho presentation re
freshments were served by Mrs. Davis
and Mrs. Hollister, daughter of the
Mr. Davis has hart charge of the
Cayuga for a great number of years,
and during that time has been well
liked by all his employees, Mr. Davis
nov has charge of the Manvilte, Storrs,
Cayuga, Brisbln and Diamond mines.
Told in n Few Lines.
The Young Musician's society, will
meet for rehearsal In the Welsh Presby
terian church, Wayne avenue, Thurs-'
Richard J. Richards, of Sprint; street,
the Fiiat ward assessor, has announc
ed himself a candidate for delegate to
the Republican state convention.
Mrs. Frank A. Shorer, of Putnam
street, Is visiting: friends In Iilngham
ton. N. Y.
The High Works team and the De
fenders of South Scninton, played nt
the Auditorium Inst night. It was more
of a foot ball game, lacking skill and
clever playing: The Defenders won by
a score of Tl to 2.
Mr. and Mn. T. J. f-novvden, of Sim-,tt avp
mi", have retuineu fiom a visit with fiicuds at
The ladles of the conuiegatlon of the fliecn
TtldKo I'ubjlirl in ehiiich, whtw iiJiinrf Ih'kIii
vvllli the letter. of the alphabet from A to (I
ii'ilu'Jic, an rUjiicFlrd to meet with the puni
tive committee of the Ladles' Aid co.-lely in
the church parlors tills aitemocii at u u'e-loett,
UUhop Talbot, vvno conl'.rmcd a c'.iy nt
the C.'huieli of the tliod fhepheiil Sunday cvenlnir.
udminlftercel the me of' eonllriiiatlon at Clull
church on Waihintmi .iteuiii, l.iit evening',
when Mlrwi Iinosene Schell llileulliie, daui;ht.r
of the rector of that church, was coiiflriiied. Tlie
services weic umuually impulsive and liciutitiil
nnd wcic followed by an eainm beirneu lie
Tlie clailty eiielire. Riven by the ladles of
(leeu ltldeff at the library vcaterday aftcrncon
and cveiilne; was ,i very snecrsifiil arTalr. 1 he
committee of r.iraiujeuient'i were: Mis. A. O.
Tliomaion, Mr. EiNon (Ircen and Mrs I", Meirl
field. Tlio ladles cm tin- leccplion eomiiililce
wne Mrs. T. E. Jone, Mr. II, E. Hurley an I
Mrs. CeolKC Samlc'ioQii.
The Ciiren Itidn'e- Wheelmen will bold thtii
.iiiiiu il election tuiiUlit, ut tlie club Irju-e,
l.undi will be kri'Til.
LA GHAXCiE DAMAN, who was n
resident t)f Went Plttston for over half
n century died yesterday morning at
his home In that place. Ills tleuth was
oulte unexpected. Mr, Diuimn went to
West Plttston.Ainill, 1840. Foru uniuber
of years he was Iduntllled with tho
business Interests of the town, having
been In leul estate uuel other business,
lie was born In Fulton county, N. Y
Sept, 13, 1823. He was married to MIs-h
Mary J. Blown, on Juno 7, 1S19, by
Elder Mott. This union was blest with
seven clilldien, live of whom, together
with Airs. Uuinnn, survive, The child
ren are; Mrs, A. L. Hryden, of Dun
more; r. Charles , Daman, of
Syracuse, N, V.; Mrs. T, P. AYhltmore,
of Dayton, Ohio; II. Maxwell .Daman
and Itobert L. Dumnn, of West Pltts
ton. The funeral will take place from
tho late resldenco Wednesday ufter
noon ut 2.30 o'cloclc. interment will bo
private and will be In the West Pitts
MUS. HAIIRIET P. MUMFOUD, died
77TMniatU remedy that Mireti W la Uj
Miss Lillian Martin, Graduate of
ing School for Nurses, Brantford, Can.,
now of Milwaukee, Wis., Testifies that the
Hospital Doctors Rely Upon Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to Cure
Severe Cases of Woman's Ills. She says:
"Dr.AR Mrs. Pikkham : While vc arc taught in the training
schools throughout the country to look clown upon patent medicines,
and While the doctors in the hospitals speak slightingly of 'them to
patients, I have found that they really know different. I have fre
quently known physicians to give Lydia E.Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound to women suffcringwith the most serious complications of
ovarian troubles, falling of the womb, leucorrhcea, and other disorders.
They would as a rule put the Compound in regular medicine bottles
and label it Tonic,' or other name3, but I knew it was your Com
pound, and have seen them fill it in prescription bottles. I, have
never seen anything but happy results from its use ; inflammation and
ulceration has been relieved and cured in a few weeks, especially
where your Sanative Wash has been applied also. I feci it but due
to you to give proper credit for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound ; I have great faith in it and often recommend it to others."
Miss Lillian Martin, 884 27th Ave., Milwaukee Wis. t
$5000 FORFEIT IF THE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE.
If von pre sick, write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for advice.
B There is no other Roofing
M That is just ns good as
W.nTPn, Miret Co'.i
The Book tells you why-
send for it. warren Ehret Co.,
321 Washington Avenue.
BANFF the LAKES In the CLOUDS,
YOHO VALLEY, tho OREAT GLA
CIER a region described by Whym
per, th conqueror of tho Mattsrhorn,
ns urty or sixty Kvvitzeriunas roneu
Into one; i cached only by the
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dally transcontinental train service
throughout the year from Toronto
and Montreal. IMPERIAL LIMITED,
crossing the continent In 07 hours,
leaves Toronto and Montreal (com
mencing Juno loth next) every Sunday,
Wednesdny and Friday. Sleeping nnd
dining cars attached to all through
First-class hotels in the mountains.
Swiss guides at the principal points.
For rates, etc., apply to nearest agent
of the t P. R., or to E. V. Skinner, 333
Broadway, New iTork.
Passenger Traffic Manager, Montreal
la3t evening at the homo of her daugh
ter, Mrs. O. R. Clark, 1315 North Main
avenue. She had been ill for ten days
with pneumonia. Sirs. Mum ford was
0t years of ago and Is survived by one
daughter. Mrs. O. H. Clark. The
funeral will take place Thutsday after
noon fiom the residence.
TIIADDEl'S KELLV, of Caibon
street, ng?d DS years died yesterday
morning. He had been a resident of
Scranton for many yenrs. He was an
upright, honest man who had the high
est regard of all who knew him. He is
survived by his wife and one son, Tim
othy Kelly. Common councilman P. F.
Calpin was his nephew. The funeral
will take place tomorrow morning nt
o'clock, with a high mass at St.
Peter's cathedral. Interment will be
made In the Cathedral cemetery.
MARK J. ERWIN, died yesterday
morning at his home 537 Fourth street
ufter a week's Illness with pneumonlu.
He Is survived by four children John,
Mniy, Ellen and Edwuul. The funeral
will bo held Wednesday morning at
9 o'cloclc from Holy Cross church. In
terment will be made in the Cathedral
cemetery. Mr, Envin was a prominent
member of the A. O. U, W. and was
hlshly lesiiei'teil by all who knew him.
THOMAS DEVINH died yesterday nt
the home of his sou, 433 Genet street,
Tho funeral will take place at 2.30 to
moriovv nfternoon. Services will bo held
In St. John's chinch, und Interment will
bo In tho Cuthedrul cemetery,
JOHN UOULLION, of 731 Maple
stieet, died at 11.30 o'clock last night,
leaving u wife and grown-up family.
'the fiine-ial of the' late Mrn, tltiliudv .Staples
will take i1jcc touionovv afternoon at 'J.flO
n'lloek, llev, .l.iinoi Hi milliner, of the Hamp
ton Mlict Molliodiat Kplm-opjl church, and ltev,
II, I1, Joiiim, of tlio Tabernacle! foniricritioiul
church, will ollicialc. Internum will be made in
the Wahbuiii ttieot leuieliry,
The funeral of the late Mil tin Mioney, of 4.7)
Phelpe Mie-el, will lal.l' place1 toiuono'v- llluili
Jut; Jt U n'cloek fiom bt, I'cUm's ealhedial.
PETEK HAOGERTY AGAIN.
This Time tho Patrolman Nabs a
Gang of Burglars.
I'atiolniau Peter Hnggei'ty was
t-'tnnclliu; In a doorway on Cedar nvenuo
this inornlnt? bhortly after jnldnlBlit
when he saw three younu fellows ureal;
Thii signature la on every bos of the gonuln
M. 11EIS. T.eiscc and Manager.
A. J. DUFFY, Business Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY. TUESDAY. APRIL 8
The 1'anious Comedian,
and the Georire VV". L'derer Co. in the Great Big
Mu.ical Comedy Success
All tho Original Cant.
Prices Orchestra, $.fi0; orchestra circle, SLKO
ilrcts circle, $1, $1.50; balcony, JKX-, 75c, fl, Sl.flO;
gallery, 25 and r0 cents.
Ilroadhur.st & Curric Presents
Tho Tvv o Knipcrors of Germany, in Tlielr Latcit
'tlie Fnnnieit of tlie Scasoa.
Prices 2., 50, T.'ic. and $1.
ScatM reaily Tuesday.
I'rielay WgTir, Saturday Matinee and Night.
Mr. Wm. I'. Ilrady'a Magnificent Production
Pv Ixittie Dlair Paikcr.
Elaborated by Jos. (iiismer.
Kndoised by 1're.ss, Public and Pulpit.
Prlers Jac, C0c, 7Jc. .1.00. Matinee, ?5c,
."'cats on falo Wednesday.
Academy of flusic
U. BHIS, Letiee. A. J. Duffy, Mini;ir.
AM. this vki:k.
Coiiimenclni Monday Nlglit. Matinees Besinnlss
TiifMljj, The Oritrlnat and Popular.
Ccmedy and Stock
Ladies' Philharmonic Orchestra.
Slions Scrnin Company.
Prices 10, tD and 30c,; matinee, 10 and SOc,
ALF. O. I1ERRINOTO.S, Minaftr.
Monday, Tueuliy and Wednesday,
Alillb 7. 8 AND 0.
"The Devil's Daughter"
M.vTi.vni: Kvr.ny day.
about the wonderful
MARVEL Whirling Spray
Id iiuciwrt, iicse o..
et Most Convenient,
l.U wAnrifrUHllt tilT ll
t AMfc .'!.. iti'itliC tin
oehrr. bin tend Bt.llnp for II-
l..a,r,u.l lv.nlc krftld.le eivpl
fill ti ,r,ii ul ata nml ilirectlnnnln.
valuable (p UUJeij. SIAUVKUCO.,
lloom f0. 'limea Odt'.. New trie
Into Charles Phillips candy store on
tho eoiner of Hickory street. llu
watched them until they got Inside and
then ho went In after them.
Tho threo jmt up n desperate fight
In tho dark stoic room hut llatrgerly
got a good grip on John Schroeder, He
swung his club at tho other two hut
they got away, Then he pulled his
revolver and fired ufter them. Jacoh
Hoes anil Charles Miller who were at
tracted by the shots made after the
trio who were running away nml man
aged to capture Kdwurel Hlclu. Fretl
Sohroeder. the third man, got away.
Tho two prisoners wero locked up In
tho Alder st,rect station and will bu
given u hearing this morning.
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