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2 Subscribers to The Trllmuo are re
fiu'eatod tb rcpo'rt flny liTPgtiiarfty or
Sroridfslon In the doll very oCjthlajntmer.
j-clfher to' the clirbondale fininch of The
jiTrtbuitt.'ln the Burke bUlWlnB, or Bo'f
'eorl v& Reynolds, newsdealers. Some
icofituston ln;lellvrry lias been reported
Ctothls office, and to aid In efficient ser
t'vtce sUbb'cribers are urged 'to repot t at
Tonce any dellnriuency.
?WILL KEEP AFTER
iCarbondale' School Board Proposes to
Bring About a Rigid Enforcement
of Compulsory Education Act.
' There's a biflnpss-llke air to the
"manner in which the Carbondale school
" board is endeavoring1 to enforcpN flu
compulsory educational act that bodt.-u
'dKistet to truants and to their iianmts.
Some weeks ago, when the number
of truants began to increa.se to an un
reasonable dosri'e, the school board
"decided to inaugurate a rrusade. as It
"were, against patents who, there was
Kood reason to believe, were wilfully
neglecting to send their children to
school, likewise ignoring the notices
nerved on them by Truant Ofllet r iUtn
ulon. Arrests, for the purpose of en
forcing a due respect for the law, and
Incidentally the powers of the school
board, followed with the Imposition of
lines and costs on the .several unluckv
parents. There was another lapse of a
few wcek, when four more arrests
took place. This was last Wednesday.
'As before, the parents in each cas-e
'wert fined S- and costs, with an ear
nest roptlmand on the side. Xow that
the board lias been forced to atouse
itself, a determined spirit will rule in
disposing of truancies. Attorney II. K.
'Mill tier, solicitor for the school board.
riTts""j,fen notice that in future cases
not oniyVhe ttuants, but their parents,
also, wllPeel the force of the law
wherein the violation Is flagrant, as is
'too often tiueSvlien the board decides
upou the arrest of offendeis.
"J There is a disposition on the part of
"patents to plead in extenuation of mis
behavior of their children that the lat
' ter are incorrigible and the mothers
nnd fathers are not liable. , So far,
however, the school board has not been
satisfied that the parents who have
been arrested did all that was in their
power to correct their children; and
until It bus been fully established that
the children are not amenable to treat
,'iuent by their parents, the mothers nnd
fathers will have to submit to punlsb-
incut. The school board hopes to avoid
a drastic enforcement of the law, but
!fo long as reason exists for effective
ii measures, so long, the directors say,
Will the law be rigidly enforced.
r The Arnold case, which, as stated In
Saturday's Tribune, was disposed of by
;the imposition of a fine or $2, may have
un unpleasant sequel. .Mr. Arnold took
j'the stand nt the hearing that his boy
'.was incorrigible, and on this ground
V he ret used to pay the line. Alderman
,'Uaker met this refusal with the tin
. pleasant reminder that a capias would
be Issued if the line was not paid with
in live days, which would mean that
air. Arnold would lmvu to go to jail.
It vcmalns to bo seen what Jlr. Ar
nold's course will be, If ho pay the fine
or nccept the choice of going to jail,
Mora notices have been served on
parents whose children are truants, and
more arrests will surely follow If the
offendeis are not sent and kept at
Visitors nt the Dance,
following out-of-town persons
TRIED TO GET TIRED
In Order to Bring on Sleep.
, When people are ktit awake by cof-
.ferj ,U'i.n(ng tmd.get into a netvmis eon.
r.timhh 'fr'rim it,' they try all soits of
.ways to overcome tho troublo but Bener
ally endeavor to stick to colt'ee.
J Wlmly'totyn In part of ttong letter:
"Tho only way I eould-got any sleep at
JJnll, at that time, was by walking at
nlgliMii'tho nnd until I got wo tired
J wouhl'fall asleep as soon as I touched
the bed, but after a little I would rom
niencu rolling uymnd and could not lie
'Mill or sit in one place for any length
yNVTsftnuticli was all out o'f order and
niy nerves absolutely btokeu down. One
y-dny u lady friend ..when, calling. sali;
'My dear. I belluye it Is coifee tliiit
yWiV'M S.lv.k.nnd.neryniis.' j ro.
.P"LV -1 "0,,,t l'eHve coffee hurts uny
orie; -fy-physfclan knows thut I use
coffee und he has never Mild anything
about IIh being hurtful.' She replied,
'I t'tin't help that, they did not le pin
either but I found dtjt. inytVlf when I
mlt .qoffee, apd, begtti) to use I'ostunt
that I eot well.'
"liwlli-never forget that October even.
"Ing'three yeniB ngo when I had my first
ctm;or yostum. it was mado tight, and
tflstW, Oh, bo good. In leas than a
yresH I could Beo a considerable lm'
prttyement and the second month f.
was well and happy nnd' peaceful
ngu'ln. have kept so ever elnco mid
.m i?v Mia Plwfo 9?"lWlth n'pa'.do
lots ,9f,hurd work.,vhe J, want, to."
?Junio given, hy Postum iCo Ilattle
attended the Ceo Kqs Cee dance on
Krlduy evening! .Misses Clrnce AVhlt
liey, .Mae Treseott, ItoncBdate! V, M.
tlnrdner, Thomas Cuwley, T. A. Sur
tlniu, Forest City! Mr. Kellar. Oly
phant! Sir. Wright, l'eckvllle! Mr.
Youngs, Dtttimoru! Iia Iturns, Clayton
Dalrymple, J. Wood, Hernnton; Misses
Emily Moon, Mario Swlek, Unnt Ten
nis, Carrie Murray. Cora Davis and
Messrs. Albert ClrlflltliH, Holiett and
Hurry Frease. Morton Wheeler, t.ottls
and Arthur Plzer and Claude Htncker,
NO DISTRICT PRIMARIES
Will Be Dispensed with by Renson of
the Enct That There 13 But One
Cnndidnte, Hon. j?. A. Philbin, for
the Legislature Notice from the
There wilt be no' primal les In this,
the Hepubllcan Fourth legislative dis
trict. It was Intended to hold them
on Suturday next, and n notice to tills
effect was Issued by the district com
mittee. In the meantime It has devel
oped that there is no opposition for any
of tho offices to be filled tit the primary
election. Hon. P. A. Phllbln will be
unopposed us the legislative candidate,
and William Allen and Frank Skinner
are the only candidates for state dele
gates. This circumstance renders un
necessary the expense that would be
entailed for the conduct of primaries.
The following notice with reference
to dispensing with the primary election
wus issued Saturday evening by the
The Committee Notice.
"To the Republican voteis of the
Fourth Legislative district:
"Notice Is hereby given that Inas
much as but one candidate has regis
tered for the office of assemblyman,
namely, Hon. P. A. Phllbln, of Archi
bald; and but two candidates for delf
gate to the state convention, namely.
William Allen, uf Hlakely, and Frank
Skinner, of Dunmore, by which there Is
no opposition for any of the offices to
he filled at the primary election, no
primary election will be held on the 2Cth
day of Apill, as heretofore announced;
but, the district committee will meet on
Tuesduy, Apt II :;!), and cast a ballot for
the candidates to bo elected and nom
inated, as provided, tinder section five
of party rules governing the Republi
cans of the Fourth Legislative district
of Lackawanna county.
"J. W. Smith, Chairman.
"Attest: Samuel S. Jones."
STORIES OF THE STREET.
There was a parly of them and they
were from Ilonesdale. They went to
New York city on one of the bring-you-back-tlio-saine-day
sions. In the push and scramble of the
big city, tlii-. boys got separated. After
wearying themselves a half day dodg
ing cable tais and things, a half dozen
of the party swarmed around a police
man and put him to sleep with 'Say,
Constable, did you see any of (hem
Cherry Illdge fellows mound heiu'."'
ThU man was from over the Jlooslcs.
He dropped into town a few days ago
and paid a call to a friend in one of the
"I see Cecil Rhodes is dead," said the
"Cecil Rhodes, Cecil Rhode'-," repeat
ed the man from over the Mooslcs, who
happened to be a ball player. "Oh,
yes; T know!" he exclaimed as his
face brightened, "he used to play with
-Nlf Murtha, didn't he?"
CRYSTAL LAKE COTTAGERS.
The Pretty Resort Will Be as Popu
lar ns 'Usual This Summer.
The beauties of Crystal lake grow In
appreciation each year. This season
piomises to be a busy one beside tho
shores of these crystal waters.
So far, this year, the demund for cot
tages is greater than the supply. A
factor that will make the lake more
popular this year than ever is the in
creased accommodations for camping
parties. The abandoned giavlty cars,
which have been fitted up will be great
Among the cottagers from this city
will be: Mr. and Mis. R. A. Jnclwin,
who will be In the Martha Washington
cottage; Mr. and Mis. C. O. Mellon, In
the William Miller cottage: Hon. K, S.
Jones and family, in the Chine cottage;
Common Councilman Cabriel Pugllano
and family, In their own cottage. Kx
Select Councilman AVade Finn, of
Scranton, will be In his pleasant cot
tage after May 1. County Controller
Rdwuid A. Jones and wife will ho at
the lake for a part of the summer, and
ex-DIstrlct Attorney John R. Jones and
Thomas K. Jones, of Scranton, will be
in their cosy lake-side homes as usual.
It will be tecn from tills list that,
though the season at the lake Is several
weeks olf, there is a good deal of In
terest and enthusiasm being mani
fested. As stated In The Tribune, foiuo weeks
ago, Fern Hall, this year, will be un
der the direction of Mr, and Mrs. Syl
Meetings of Tonight.
Olive Lear lodge, Odd Fellows.
P. V. Nally club.
Federal union, No, 7201,
Young Men's Institute,
Patriotic! Order Sons of America.
Musicians from Honosdale,
A iiuartetto of Ilonesdale musicians,
Reii Dlttrlcli, John and James Can oil
nml Walter Campbell, stopped In Car
bondale Saturday while en route to
AVIIkes-Barre, wheie they participated
In a concert.
Miss Devine Improving.
Ml&s Anna Devine, of Hrouklyn street,
who was received at Ihnergeney hos
pltul on Friday, mid operated on for
relief from appendicitis, Is Improving,
and will bo homo before muuy days.
In Hanoi of Mr, Dnley.
The big American Hag Is flying at
half must fioin tho staif In Memorial
park, In honor of the late Alvah Daley,
who was quartermaster of Davles' post,
CI rand Army Republic,
Change of Residence.
D. K. Parmeter and wife have moved
fiom Maylleld Yard to Scranton, where
they will make their home, Mr, Par
meter is an engineer on the Ontario
und Western, and la moving to Seran-
ton because of ills run being changed.
Mr. and Mrs. Parmeter have many
friends In this vicinity, whose good
wishes accompany them.
DEATH OF JOHN ORADY.
General Favorite of Mayfleld Borough
Claimed by the Grim Reaper.
John Grady, of Mayfleld, gave up the
bnttlo with life an hour after tho Sab
bath had been ushered In. The lad had
been nltlng since last Tuesday, No
death has caused such widespread
gloom In Mayfleld In recent years as
the sudden end of this lnd. Tho news
of his death Iiiih cnused much grief In
this city, where the deceased was well
and favorably known. Though but 12
years old, deceased earned the miniis of
being the general favorite In the bor
ough. Possessed of a genial disposi
tion, ho wui always ready and willing
to go out of his way in do it favor for
it neighbor, und partleulaily for those
whose yeais commanded his greatest
respect. Itolng u newsboy for several
years he found an excellent opportunity
to add. new friends to his list dally,
For one so young he showed a great
Christian spirit, and has served on the
altnr In Sacred Heart chinch for the
last two years. He was tho life of his
companions and the sunbeam of his
home. Deceased was also a leading
member of St. Aloyslus cadets. Tho
lemalntt will bo laid at rest tomorrow
morning. A mass of requiem will bo
GILBY STILL SOJOURNING.
The Lengthy Constable a Farmer's
Assistant in Wayne County.
Constable Steve Ollby Is rusticating
in Wayne county. Steve, It will be re
called, sought the county of Biblical
names a few weeks ago, after having
been threatened with a term of impris
onment for having been a bad boy. He
made for Cherry Ridge, stopping en
route ut Bob Alexander's in Canaan
to get a lefreshlng drink of butter
milk. Since then he caught on ns a
farm bund In Cheiry Ridge, and Is
doing various stunts about the pasture
und meadow land.
Alderman Delavan is waiting with
sweet patience for Stevp, who will not
return until after the next grand jury,
It is believed. Should he come back
now, the transcript would be forward
ed to Scranton for the grand jurors to
pass upon. Steve knows all about the
law's operations, and will govern him
MORE "CANNON BALL NEWS."
Agents Still Active in Buying Prop
. erlies Along the Route.
Agents are still active In the city In
behalf of the "cannon ball," the new
rapid transit electric road between
Scranton and Carbondale. Another of
the property owners apptoached Is
John J. Simpson, who was asked what
was the value of the property he owns,
abutting the Seventh avenue bridge.
The one in search of the information
was supposedly a representative of the
TL was rumored yesterday that an
effoit was being made to purchase the
land on River street, which is occupied
by the old Moon blacksmith shop. The
Tribune was informed, however, by the
owners, the Krautys', that no one had
mado inquiries of them concerning the
land or its value.
An additional bit of Information is
that there will be u loop at this end,
as Indicated in The Tribune, Instead of
a yard for switching.
FUNERAL OF ALBERT FLAD.
Largely Attended Obsequies of Well
The funeral of the late Albert Flail
took place from the residence on Ninth
avenue. Mr. Flad acquired many
friends during ills residence in Carbon
dale, and his wide acquaintance was
well lepresented in the outpouilng at
the obsequies. In the procession was
the Germanlu society, also a delegation
from the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen. From the former came a flo
lal wreath und from tho latter a pillow.
Services were conducted in St. Rose
church at ?, o'clock, by Very Rev. T. F.
Coffey, V. G. Burial was in St, Rose
cemetery. The pallbearers and flower
bearers were chosen from the Ger
manlas and the Brotherhood.
A MILLINERY OPENING.
Will Be a Feature Today at the Rum
The feature today of the rummage
sale of the AVomaii's auxiliary of Emer
gency hospital will be a millinery open
ing. Some acceptable styles of head
gear for both men and women will be
placed on sale.
The sale Is progressing favorably.
However, If any one has articles which
might be of use at a sale of this char
acter, they will bo gratefully iccelved
by tho ladles. The collection of arti
cles is fair-sized, but tho ladles could
readily dispose or a good many more,
No Reserved Seats for "Chalk Talk."
There will bo no reserved seats for
tho "Chalk Talk,"'nt Watt's hull, next
AVednesdny night. The general admis
sion for the evening programme Is 2,'i
cents. Tho cost for tho afternoon pro
gramme Is 10 cents for children nnd IS
cents for adults,
Two Deserved Promotions.
It will be pleasant news to Curbon
dnllnns to learn that C. F, Rose lias
been lulvunced to the position of chief
clerk of the Jeireisou division of tho
Erie company, with headquarters in
John Campbell, of Spring street, Is
now enjoying u position us stenogra-
THE RIGHT STEP.
Every ordinary cold deserves
It is only a step from t into
grippe, pneumonia, or con
sumption; and it is only a
short step the other way to
cure the cold,
Nature and Scott's Emul
sion work together to make a
cold take the right step, Na
ture works all the time and
Scott's Emulsion works if you
Scott's Emulsion cures all
kinds of colds,
Send for free Simple.
SCOn & BOWNi:, Cliem!i, uj J'ejrl St., N Y
TRIBUNE - MONDAY, -APRIL 21, 1902.
pher Under Mr. Rose thut Is mote lu
crative than the one ho held here in
the Delaware and Hudson coal offices.
LUTHERAN CHURCH CONTEST.
Rev. F. Ehinger, the Pastor, Grate
ful to Contributors.
Pastor Ehinger Invokes the Lord's
reward upon all the frlontls of tho
church who by their good will nnd con.
trlbutlons have helped to push nlong
tho chariot of Ht. Paul.
The contest among several of the
Sunday school children ended Friday
night nnd resulted In a goodly sum be
ing turned Into the church treasury.
The young folks had worked long and
earnestly In the mntter, and tho total
of tho amounts received Is J129.70. Tony
Roeder received the first prize, having
turned In W2; Johanna Proetr,eh( t:ie
second prize, for securing SI!!,:!.", nnd
Miss Gralg, the third, with $2.'.35.
"A Runaway oirl" Was a Hit.
A good-slued audience rollicked with
laughter at the Grnud on Saturday
evening over the comical unties of Ar
thur Dunn ns Flipper, the Jockey, In
"A Runaway Girl." The piece through
out met with the heartiest upprovnt,
and It was probably the best thing In
the musical line that Carbondale has
had In several years. The audience
was well pleased, and appreciated
Manager Byrne's enterprise In bring
ing such n good attraction to tho
Harry Jenkins Company This Week.
The "Jolly Harry Jenkins" company
will open a week's engagement at the
Grand this evening. The company
comes here from Scranton, where It
had a successful week nt the Academy
Among the members of the company
is Will F. Burke, of Scranton, who
sings his own songs, illustrated, besides
having a comedy part in each produc
tion. Mr. Burke has a host of friends
in Carbondale, who will give him a
The bill tonight will be "The Cruise
On Fishing Trips.
George Simpkins, manager of the Na
tional Express company, and Conduc
tor AVill Histed, of the Delaware and
Hudson, had a successful afternoon at
Constable Edward Neary and ex
Common Councilman AVIU Collins will
leave today on a trout fishing trip
along the streams north of Carbondale.
Funeral of Alvah Daley.
The funeral of the late Alvah AV.
Daley will take place this afternoon at
2.30 o'clock, from the residence on
AVushlngton street. Mr. Daley will bo
buried with military honors, Davles'
post. Grand Army of tho Republic, ob
serving the ritual at the grave.
Discharged from Hospital.
Joseph SIvo was discharged yesterday
from Emergency hospital, and returned
to his home in this city. Mr. Sivo was
operated on a few weeks ago, after an
nttack of appendicitis, and is now on
the road to good health.
John Newmuis, of Scianton, has been
added to Hie stalf pf "artists" in Pro
prietor Johnson's Chicago shoe shining
parlors in the Jadwln building.
THE PASSING THRONG.
K. A. DeLaney, of Ilonesdale, Is
spending a few days In town.
Miss Agnes Gallagher, of Pike street,
Is visiting friends in AA'ilkes-Barre.
P. J. Curden, of Scranton, spent the
Sabbath with relatives In this city.
Frank Flynn, of Scranton, was a Car
bondale visitor on Saturday evening.
Miss Elizabeth Brennnn, of Salem
avenue, spent Saturday In Scranton.
Miss Dorothy Early, of Seventh ave
nue, is visiting relatives In Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. John Croker and daugh
ter, Annie, of Taylor, spent the Sab
bath with Mr. and Mrs. AV. R. Jones.
P. A. Coleman, of Scranton, spent
Sunday at his home on the AVest Side.
Miss Helen Scahllt, of Avoca, has re
turned home, after a visit with Miss
Miss Gertrude Foy, of AVest Scran
ton, is the guest of the Misses Cardon,
on the AA'est Side.
Miss iris Burns, of Scranton, was the
guest over Sunday, of Miss Emma Call,
of AVashlngton street.
Charles MeCann. of Clarke Bros."
stores, Scranton, spent tho Sabbath nt
his home in this city.
Captain George Brown, who is stop
ping at tho Harrison house, spent yes
terday In AVilkes-Barre.
J. AV. Mooney, head traveling sales
man for the Carbondale -Metal AVorking
company, Is In New Arork city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank J. Sllllman, of
Scranton, were the guests over Sunday
of Mr. and Mis. C. R. Munvllle.
Joseph McGurry hns returned to
AVIlkes-Baire, after spending a few
days with his parents In this city.
Miss Blanche Alexander, daughter of
Mr. G. S. T. Alexander, of Pontine,
Mich., Is the guest of relatives In this
George and AVllliiun Ilorgan, of EI
mlra, N, Y,, were In the city yesterday,
the guests of Dr, and Mrs, AVIUIum Me
Mr. and Mrs, George S. Kimball are
expected homo today, from their visit
of several weeks with friends ut Ath
Misses Muttln Hacker, of Forest City,
and Janet Blgelow, of Ilonesdale, were
the guests, yesterday, of Mrs, Frank
AVells, of Pike street.
Dr. B. L. Singer, surgeon at tho Jew
ish hospital, Philadelphia, Is spending
u few days at the home of his parents,
Mr, nnd Mrs, S. Singer.
James Rellly, of Hospital street, and
his friend, Charles Whiteside, of Tor
onto, have leturned to college In that
city, after several duys' stay here.
William A, Nealon, student in the
medlcul department of the University
of Pennsylvania, Is home for u few
days)' rest prior to the final examina
tions. Miss Grace Munn, of Church street,
left on Saturday to visit Miss Mubel
Carr, at her home In Philadelphia. Miss
Cfirr formerly lived In Carbondale,
where she was conspicuous In society
Major Louis Balch, of Maryland, was
in the city lust week, tho guest of At
torney J, K, Burr, Major Bulcli was
until lately bilgude surgeon United
Stutes A'olunteers, and is now com
manding the Nuntlcuke tieudemy at
Euston, Maryland, succeeding his
brother, the late Captain II. 11. Halch.
Mrs. David Dee is very 111 at her
Tonight J. If. Kennedy will give his
many friends u social at Hillings' hall.
T HLr LLLm v h hhhhm
To any one suffering from Brlghl's dis
ease, weak kidneys, stone In tho bladder
or -what is commonly known among
women as "female weakness" we will
Bend ABSOLUTELY KRKIO A SAMPLE
BOTTLK OF DIl. KENNEDY'S FAVOR
ITE ItEMEDY, which will positively euro
uny case of kidney, liver, blood or blad
der trouble and will restore you to perfect
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy
Is the only kidney medicine that acts as
a laxative. All others cause constipation,
Wo receive thousand? of voluntary tes
timonials from our patients, who cjiinut
say enough In praise of Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy, which has cured
thorn of their kidney and liver troubles.
Our patients who have been cured tell of
tho wonderful work done by Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remody.
Mr. J. S. Dean, Commander of General
Grant Post, O. A. R of Rondout, N. Y
was all run down with dyspepsia, Doc
tors could not help him, but Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorlto Remedy cured him,
notwithstanding that he had no confi
dence In any cure.
In one week he felt better, and to-day
he says ho is as healthy as it is possible
for a man to be.
Dr. David Kennedy's "Favorite Remedy" is (he only Kidmy Medicine that
. By special arrangenient with the Dr.
uuiuu ui wis wuiiumui mwuiuiiir aim
full post ottlce address to the DR,
generous offer In this paper. The editor guarantees the genuineness of this liberal
cdy Is sold by all druggists at $1.00 a bottle, or 6 bottles J5.00, Ics3than ono cent a
The admission is free, and all are cor
dially invited to attend.
Cards are out announcing the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Margaret
Mullen and Harry Curtis, both popular
young people of this place.
JERMYN AND MAYF1ELD.
James Carey, an employe of the On
tario and AVestern Railroad company,
met with a serious accident about 9
o'clock Saturday morning. Mr. Carey,
who is a flagman at the crossing south
of the depot at Jermyn, had orders
from the section men, who were repair
ing the track further down the line, to
fing south-bound trains. AVhen a freight
train passed ho attempted to jump
aboard, presumably to inform the en
gineer to run slow. In some way he
was caught between the cuttle guard
fence, at the end of the crossing, and
the engine nnd fearfully squeezed and
injured, The train was stopped and the
injured man placed aboard nnd taken
back to the depot, where Rev. Father
Dunn, pastor of Sacred Heart church,
and Dr, J. S. Graves were called, It
was at once seen that the man's in
juries were most ciiticai, and a short
time after a special train was made up
at the yard and he was taken to tho
Emergency hospital ut Carbondale,
where Dr. Harper amputated his arm
at tho shoulder. He was still alive last
evening, but on account of his internal
injuries grave fears are entertained for
his recovery. Mr, Carey, who Is only
32 years of age, has been singularly un
fortunate, having lost by death two
wives. About two years ngo he lost
three fingers of his right hand, while
making n coupling near Cadosla, AVIlh
His two little girls he resided on South
Main street, Jermyn.
John, the 12-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael J. Grady, of Mayfleld,
died at 1.30 o'clock yesterday morning.
Tho boy was taken ill last Tuesday,
and although the services of three
physicians were called, the boy's illness
seemed to baffle them and they were
unable to do anything for him. His
death Is a severe blow to his parents.
Deceased, who was the North Ameri
can carrier for Jermyn 'and Mayfleld,
was a bright little fellow and well liked
by his companions und ncqaulntances.
He was a member of thevSt. Aloyslus
cadets and an altar boy at the Sacred
Heart church. The funeral will tako
place tomorrow morning, with a re
quiem high mass ut the church,
. Nettle, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Second street,
was given a pleasant surprise by a
number of her companions on Saturday
afternoon. They wore warmly greeted
and spent an enjoyable time together.
Those who composed the party were:
Kezlah, Maggie, Lizzie and Nettle
Smith, Florence Davis, Gladys Ed
wards, of Carbondnle; Eva, Altu and
Josophlno Edmunds, Esther Feeney,
Myrtle Thomas, Hazel Dinner, Edith
Griffiths, Edith Robinson, Hurry Davis,
Alfred and Alvin Evans.
There is on exhibition at Graves
Bros.' drug store an egg weighing six
nnd a hair ounces, which was laid last
week by a Hotlan hen belonging to
John Baker, of AVest Mayfleld.
Mrs, Charles Meehaii, of the East
Side, Is III,
There will be n special meeting of the
borough council tomorrow evening,
George Edmunds, of tho AVIndsor
hotel, went to New A'nrk Saturdny to
consult Dr. Jiineway. He was accom
panied by Thonuts A, Hendricks,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Grant Hell, of Scranton,
spent yesterday here with Mr. and Mis.
II, J, Wheeler, of Second street.
Rev, John Thomas, who officiated so
ncceptubly in the Congregational
church yesterday, Is a hi other of Mlno
Foreiunn Thonuis, of the Delawnio and
.Airs, Churles Miller, of AVest Maylleld,
who has been seriously 111 for several
days, Is recovering,
John L. Sulllvnu, tho famous ex
pugillst, surrounded by un all-slnr
vaudeville company, wil uppear at the
Father Mathew opera house tonight,
He will uppear In tho role of Simon
Legreo in n sketch fioni "Uiuie Tom's
Cabin." The advance sale of seats for
this nitrr.ctlon has been large.
The funeral of the young ton of Mr.
and Mrn. Juines .Mackerel, of Tiger
A'alley, look place yesterday afternoon,
The obsequies were attended by many
ft lends of the family, Interment was
made In Union epmotery.
MImjom Nilllf Sullivan nml Kntu
Reunion, of .Scianton, were visitors In
Rev, Dr. Spencer, of lilukely, wl
deliver a lecture on "Might of the
which Imperils the patient's health,
"Do you tlcslro to urinate often? Are
you compelled to get up frequently during
the night?" . . ...
"Do you have pains In tho small of th
"Does your urine stain linen?" .
"Is there a scalding pain In passing It?"
"Is It difficult to hold the urine back?"
"Are you troubled with vital weak
nesses?" If the answer Is "Yes" to any of those
questions your kidneys or bladder arc diseased.
Mr. J, K. Palmateer of Athens, N. Y.,
writes: My little granddaughter had
eczema tho worst way; sho was u mass of
sores; my wife gavo 'her Favorite Remedy,
and tho sores disappeared entirely und her
skin to-day Is smooth and clear. Mr. Pal
mateer says 'ho was also cured of kidney
und bladder trouble by Favorite Remedy.
Thanks to "FAVORITE REMEDY."
Miss Anna .T, Almes of 320 Sopor St.,
Rlmlra, N, Y says hnt sho raised blood
and phlegm with every breath, nnd was
completely broken down In health until
she used "FAVORITE REMEDY," which
stopped her cough and restored her health
She says it is tho greatest medicine ever
David Kennedy Corporation, the readers
imimnnei. or vaiuaoie meuicai auvice aDsoiuieiy iree, postpaia, Dy simpiy sending tneir
jjAviu ivunnkdy CORPORATION, Rondout.
Mites," at the Baptist church In Forest
( ity tomorrow evening.
AValter Bently Ball, a noted singer
from New York, sang at tho morning
service in the Presbyterian church yes
terday. A large congregation had the
pleasure of hearing him.
Rev. Morgan AVatklns, of- Hallstead,
was the guest of Prof, uud Mrs. T. AV.
AVatklns. of Blakely, yesterday.
Miss Mubel Coolbaugh, of AVIIkes
Barre. spent yesterday at the residence
of J. AV. Patten, on Delaware street.
Mrs. T. E. AVllliamn and daughter.
Contrite, visited relatives at Green
Ridge esteiday. '
Mis. f'hilstopher Doyle, an old and
respected woman of Rendham, died on
Friday nfternoon, after a lingering ill
ness. Deceased Is survived by four
daughters, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Rooney,
Mrs. George Hollis, Miss Nellie, and
one son, Alfred. The funeral will be
held this morning at 9 o'clock. A high
mass of requiem will be lelebratcd at
the Church of the Immaculate Concep
tion. Interment will be made In the
O.'ie week from this evening, the ora
torio, "Judas Maccabeus," will be per
formed at ihe Calvary Baptist chutch.
The oratorio will be interpreted by a
chorus of seventy-five well-trained
voice.!, four soloists und Bauer's full
Richard AVilliams, the well-known
quoit man of this town, defeated AA'al
ter Dilmer, of Bellevue, in a match for
$50 a. side at the latter place on Satur
day. AVilliams was the favorite and
won by a good score. A large amount of
money changed hands on the contest.
.Miss Ethel Steele, of Storrs street,
has leturned from the Moses Taylor
hospital, where she received treatment
lor a sore eye, and Is much improved.
The fair of the Nebo Congregational
church came to a successful close on
Saturday evening, after a run of throe
nights. A large number xof urtlcles
were disposed ol.
The entertainment of the A'oung
Men's Christian association will be
held in their rooms on AVednesday
ovo'ilnk'. The committee in charge
have arranged an excellent programme,
which will appear In AVednesdny's is
sue. Miss Rebecca Davis, of Taylor sti;eet,
has leturned home from a bilef visit
with her rlstcr, Miss Jennie Davis, In
Emblem division, No. f,7. Sons of
Tf niperance, will meet this evening In
Miss Yettle Sherer, of Clark's Sum
mit, was Ihe guest of her sister, Mrs.
AV. J. Dnls, of North Main street, yes
terday. THE YOUNG MAN'S CHANCES.
They Never Wore Brighter Than
They Are Today.
Plum Amliru (iini'sli'N "'Hie j:iiiiiii.' of Ilu,.
The young practical man of today
working nt the bench or counter, to
whom the fair goddess, Fortune, has
not yet beckoned, may bo disposed to
conclude that it Is Impossible to start
business In this age. Them Is some
thing In that. It Is, no doubt, infinite
ly more difficult to start u now busi
ness of uny kind' today than It was.
But it Is only a difference In form, not
In substance. It Is Infinitely easier for
a young practical man of ability to ob
tain an Interest In existing firms than
It has ever been. The dooit hnvo not
closed upon nblllty; on tho -contrary,
they swing easier upon their hinges.
Capital Is not requisite. Family In
fluence, us before, passes for- nothing,
Heal ability, tho capacity fur doing
things, never was so engerlysearehed
for as now, and never commanded such
The law which concentrates the lead
ing Industries and commercial, mer
cantile und financial affairs In a few
great factories or firms contains within
Itself another law not less Imperious,
These vust concerns cannot be success
fully conducted by salaried employes.
No great business of nny kind enn
score un unusually brilliant and per
manent success which Is not In the
hands of practical men pecuulailly In
teiested In ts results. It has been nec
essary for pie to watch closely most
of my life the operations of great es
tablishments owned by hundreds of ab
sent capitalists, nud conducted by sal
niied officers. Contrasted with these
1 believe that the partnership conduct
ed by men vitally Interested and own
ing the works will make sutlstuctory
dividends when tho corporation is em
barrassed and scuicely kuuws upon
TRY THIS TE8T.
Put some urlno In glass tumbler and M
It stand 24 hours. If It has a sediment or
If It Is pale or discolored, milky or cloudy,
stringy or ropy, your kidneys or bladder
are hi a bad condition. Dr, David Ken
nedy's Favorlto Remedy apeedlly cures
such dangerous svmptoms as pain In tho
back. Inability to hold urine, frequent de
sire to urinate, especially at night, and all
tho unpleasant and dangerous effects on
the system produced by tho use o'
whisky, wlno or beer.
Wlltlam F. Badcr of Drlges av. and BtH
St., Brooklyn, says that ho contracted
rheumatism after a sevcro cold; nothing
would give him relief until ho took Dr.
David Kennedy's Favorlto Remedy. Two
largo bottles cured him. He says both
his sister and her child were restored t
health by "FAVORITE REMEDY."
Remember, Dr. David Kennedy's Fa
vorlto Remedy Is absolutely harmless.
It Is absolutely and purely vegetable.
It contains no narcotics or minerals In
any form, no dangerous stimulants, no
mercury or poisons.
Children and invalids can tako It with,
It Is a blessing In old age.
It will euro any ensa of kidney, liver,
bladder or blood disease.
does not constipate. It acts as a laxative.
of this paper are enabled to obtain a. trial
N. Y., and mention having seen
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Rem-'
which side tho balance Is to be at tho
end of a year's operations. The great
dry goods houses that Interest their
most capable men In the profits of each
department succeed, when those fall
that endeavor to work with salaried
men only. Even in the management of
our great hotels, It Is found wise to
take Into partnership the principal men.
In every branch of business this law is
at work, and concerns ar prosperous,
generally speaking, jusC -. 'proportion
as they succeed in intereftlng In tho
profits a larger and larger proportion
of their ablest workers. Co-operation
in this form is fast coming In all great
establishments. The manufacturing
business that does not have practical
manufacturing partners had better sup
ply the omission without delay, "anil
probably tho very men required are the
bright young mechanics who have dis
tinguished themselves while working
for a few dollars per day or the youths
from the polytechnic school.
CARNEGIE ON TRUSTS.
Thinks They Are Only Dangerous to
Those Who Enter Them.
I'lum Andrew Ciincstic'.s "Hie Kiuplic of Dui
ne(3." AVo must all have our toys; the child
his rattle, the.adult his hobby, the man
of pleasure the fashion, the man of art
his Master; and mankind in its various
divisions requires a change of toys
at short Intervals. The same rule holds
good in the 'business world. AVo have
had our age of "consolidations" and
"watered stocks." Not long ago every
thing was a "syndicate;" the word is
already becoming obsolete and the
fashion Is for "Trusts," which will In
turn no doubt give place to some now
panacea, that is in turn to be displaced
by another, and so on without end. The
great laws of the economic world, like
all laws affecting society, being tho
genuine outgrowth 'of human nature,
alone remain unchanged through all
these changes. AVhenever consolida
tions, or watered stocks, or syndicates,
or Trusts endeavor to circumvent these,
it always has been found that after the
collision there Is nothing left of tho
panaceas, while the great laws continue
to grind out their irresistible conse
quences as before.
The people of America can smile at
tho efforts of all her railway magnates
and of all her manufacturers to defeat
the economic laws by Trusts or com
binations, or pools, or "differentials,"
or anything or like character. Only let
them hold firmly to the doctrine of freo
competition. Keep the field open.
Freedom for all to engage in railroad
building when and where capital de
sires, subject to conditions open to all.
Freedom for all to engage in any
branch of manufacturing under like
There can be be no permanent extor
tion of profit beyond the averago return
from capital, nor any monopoly, either
in transportation or manufacturing.
Any attempt to maintain either must
end In failure, and failuio ultimately
disastrous just in proportion to the
temporary success of tho foolish effort.
It is simply ridiculous for a party of
men to meet In a room and attempt by
passing resolutions to change tho great
laws which govern human affairs in
tho business world, ami this, whether
they be railway presidents, bankers or
The fashion of Trusts lias hut a short
season longer to run, and then soma
other equally ulu device may bo ex
pected to appear when the next period
of depression arrives; but there Is not
the slightest danger that i.eiious Injury
can result to tho sound principles of
business from any or nil of thrso move
ments. The only people who huvo rea
son to fear Trusts are those foolish
enough to enter Into them. Tho con
sumer and the transporter, not the
manufacturer and the railway owner,
are to leap the harvest.
R.EDUOED RATES TO LOS AN
GELES. Via Pennsylvania Railroad, on. Ac
count of Convention of Federation
of Women's Clubs.
On account of tho convention of Fed
eration of AVomen's clubs, to be held ut
Los Angeles, Cal,, May 1 to 8, the Penn
sylvania Railroad company will sell
special excursion tickets from all sta
tions on Its line, to Los Angeles uud re
turn, at i educed rates.
Tickets will bo sold fioni Amil l!) to
JiJ, Inclusive, uud will bo good to return
until Juno 2., when properly vallduted.
For specific rates, routes, and condi
tions, of tickets, apply to ticket agents.