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THti SCRANTON TRIBUNIWEDNJLfe&AV, MAY 21, 1&02.
Wedding of Alfred Cox and Miss Jane Harris
Last EveningFuneral of Miss Margaret
Hoskins Other News Notes.
'A very tiroUy wriUlinK occurred Inst
evening at S o'clock nt the homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Coyne, 113 North Kvorctt
avenue, when tho lnttor's brother. Al
fred Cox, wan united with Miss Juno A.
Hurrln, of Darwin, England, by the
Itev. tidwnnl Jnincn McHenry, rector
of St. David's Knlscopal church.
The hnppy couple wcro unattended,
unvo by two little flower glrlH, MIsfps
JMitrguret and Hannah Davis, nnd en
tered the parlor to the strains of Men
delssohn'fl wedding march, played by
Trof. T. Davis. The ceremony was wit
nessed by a large number of friends of
the contracting parties.
After congratulations were extended,
the newly wedded couple and tho guests
sat down to a bounteous repast, served
by Mrs. Coyne and her assistants. The
bride was becoming attired In a gown
of blue poplin, ' and carried a bouquet
of white bridal roses.
Mr. Cox Is n well-known young man,
nnd his bride recently arrived In this
city from Europe. They will reside In
a newly furnished home on Price street.
Funeral of Sirs. Hoskins.
Tho funeral services over the re
mains of the Into Mrs. Margaret Hos
kins were conducted yesterday after
noon at the home of deceased's daugh
ter, Mrs. Noah Lewis, 1332 Lafayette
stieet. Hew Thomas deOruchy, pastor
of the Jackson street Baptist church,
officiated, and the Interment was made
In the Forest Hill cemetery. The pall
beareis were John Davis, William
Samuels, William Allsop, and Theo
Events of This Evening.
The young people of tho Jackson
street Baptist chinch will conduct
their strawberry festival in the dining
rooms of the church this evening. Ice
cream will also be for sale.
The Men's League of the Plymouth
Congregational church will meet In
joint ses-slon this evening with the
Men's League of the First Welsh Bap
tist church. Ladles -will be admitted
to the meeting.
The ninth annual public day exercis
es and exhibition of tho Scrnnton
Training school will bo held this af
ternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock in their
rooms in No. 1t! school building.
Electric camp. No. 33, Patriotic Or
der of Americans, will meet this even
ing In Washington' hall.
The resuluy meeting of Local union,
No. 1273, of the United Mine Woikers
The Best Family Cough Remedy,
Dufoufs French Tar,
Ibr SaTe by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
The Fan, the Sunshade
I the Hammock . . . . f
5 As grateful and comfortine a (5s
g trio as the heart of lovely woman H
5 could wish for during the pleasant &
H stunmer weather. They're all here
f at their best and in their most ' fas- j
H cinating moods. Come in and get
S introduced to them. fe
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t riaybe You Think f
3 That you've seem thein all before. Pardon us &
$ for saying that this is a
fact, than yon can imagine
and carefully considered
j ability to serve you well.
It The Hammocks
Are seen in the Globe Warehouse for the first
titne. New ideas, new color schemes, new thoughts
for adding to the restful comfort of the owner; , new
Hammocks of the highest possible grade. Prices
3 The Sunshades
Parasols, Coaching Umbrellas, Pretty Umbrellas
in colors for brilliant sunshine, passing showers.
Every fad and fancy of the hour, as well as the
popular styles that are to be had in every good store.
So full of silent eloquence in skilled hands, and
an absolute necessity to every woman with leisure
Hours or moments, More fans here than anywhere
"else in Scranton and more pretty fans to pick from,
$5.00 down to 5c each
of America, will be held In Co-oprr-atlvo
hall this evening, when nil mem
bers nre roauested to attend,
The Scran ton Choral society will meet
for rehearsal this evening In St. Dnvld's
hall. All members nro requested to at
tend. NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Jacob, the ll-j car-old son of Ilr. nnd Mrs. B.
P. Sutton, o( North Main (urnuc lolt jcitcrday
for Pnrriinccton, where ho will mend the cummer
with hit ftrandfalhcr, Dr. Sutton.
The brlik pirnient on North Hyde Pari ae
nue, la In had ahape at different points and nrcdi
Tho local firemen (rate an exhibition drill on
It.vdc Park atcmio jestcrday afternoon, which va
ttltnewed by a lartre number of spectator.
U. K. Jolui-i, Frank Phillips, Timothy .tone,
Jacob KlnRsIey and Wllllnm Lewis constitute the
committee of arrangements in charge of (he de-tiilti-for
he Columbia l!oe company ball at
Music halt next Momljy evening. The biji arc
looking fornnrd to an enjoyable ccnt.
St. Leo's Battalion have completed the arrange
ments for their excursion to lllnithamton on Me
mortal Day, May .10. and anticipate that a large
crowd will accompany them.
Tiie doling; Infonml soelal of the season, under
the ampltcs of the Klectrlc City Wheelmen, will
be held at Mcara' ball on Wcdmcday cciinfr,
M.i -Jit. Bauer's orchestu has been engaged to
play for them.
A labor bureau lias been c'lahli-iticd by mem
bers of the Cilhollc Total Abstinence unions of
the Scranton diocese, the object of whkli is to
secure cniplojment for temperance men.
The Children' Day exercises at the Stmdiy
school of the Plymouth Congicgational 'thumb
will be held on June 0, when the cantata, "The
Garden of Life," will be presented.
The Ancient order of Foresters of the World
will conduct an excursion to Mountain Talk on
Saturday, .Time 2i.
St. Ilrendeit's council, Young Men's Institute,
aio arringlng for an exclusion to Binghamton on
'Ihe Oxford Mine Accidental Fund line fixed
upon .Tune 10 a the date foi their anmnl excur
sion to Mountain Park.
Friends of t'.iradoo James, of Luzerne street, are
arranging a benefit conceit for him. which will
tike place .it the Tabern tele Congregational
ihurch, South If j ill- I'jrk nienup, on June !). lie
Ins been l luftcrer fiom rheumatism for a lui-g
Itev. Wllllim Dnies, pitor of the Bcllevttc
Welsh CaHinl'tic Methodist church, is busily en
gaged in making arrangements for the nnninl
C.imanfa of the c- CahlnUtie Mellmlist
ihurches of Pcnnsjh.inia, which will be held In
the Bellcuic church the coming Triday, Saturday
The Alumni Base Ball club will play the St.
Thomas Colleirc team at Athletic Park this after,
noon. The game will be tilled at 3 o'clock.
The funeral of the late John Burkctt will take
plice at 0 o'clock this morning from the houe,
340 South Ninth street. Sen ices will be held .it
St, Tatilik's Catholic church, and interment will
he made In the dihedral cemetery.
The emploies of the local Delaware. I.arka
wanna and Western collieries will be paid Fridiy
The day men of Tocal No. "TO, engineers,
pump-runners and fiicmtn, of the United Mine
Workers of Aniericj, met in Jajnc's lull l.i-t
evening and heard the report of their delegate to
the Ilarleton comeollon. The n'glit men will
meet at 10 o'clock this morning to hear the ic
port. Some interesting bowling contests were (started
great mistake greater, in g;
until you hive seen them, g
their inviting beauty and &
$6.00 to $1.50 each
$12.50 to $25c each
Beware of a Cough.
Now Ib the time to get rid of that
cough, for If you let It hang on no one
can tell what the result may be. Others
have been cured of their coughs very
quickly by using Chamberlain's Cough
Itrmedy. Mr. A. J. Da Costa, of Gaines
ville, Tin., says: "A friend of mine, a
painter, of this town, who was nearly
dead with a cough, was cured by one
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Jtcmcdy.
Itc also roconnnende,d It to a lady here,
who was suffering front grippe nnd n,
severe cough. She grntllled him by try
ing It and was cured by one small
bottle," This remedy Is for sale by ull
yesterday on the Becker alleju. Prltca will te
offerrd for various cents.
Itlchird A. Irfuls, of Decker's court, Ij spend
ing n few daa In Wtlcn, N, Y,
George Horrington, of South lljde Tarlc avenue,
has accepted n portion with the Keystone
laundry. Will Gallagher is also cmplojcd by the
Ilr. ami Mrs. William Deekelnlcfc, of South
Main avenue and Luzerne street, hate gone to SI.
Paul, Minn,, for a few weeks Mt with friends
Bert lllclnrds, of T.wcrnc street, is spcndlns
few ilnjs with his friends In Moscow.
Mr. and Sirs. B. (1. Morgan, of South Main
aenue, entertained Itev. N. C. Najlor, a former
pastor of the JacLion Street Baptist cliurch, at
their home on Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Boldry, of Acadcmey
street, are circulating among friends In Hew
Master Kdward Buntim, of Hallstcad, bos re
turned home from a Ilt with his grandparents,
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Kern, on Washburn street.
Joseph Olldorf, of Karchlld's hotel, ,has re
turned from Ilonesdale, where he called rccenlly
by the death of his sister, Mrs. Elmer Ferguson.
The Christian Workers' League licit nn interest
Irjc meeting last evening at tlie home of W. J.
Jacoby, on Roundc ncnuc, Lincoln Height'.
Mm. Henry Kcrcst, of Meridian street, lift yes
terday for New Yorl, and will sail today for a
two montliV islt in London.
Samuel Jones, of North 11 de Park avenue, was
bitten by a dog )csterday. The animal is owned
by William Trostel. The Injury was not serious.
Mlsa May Davis, of Llntoln Heights, was ten
dered a birthday'party recently by a laigc num
ber of her fi lends, "
William Farrell is having ceded a substantial
new stone building on Wasbburun street.
MNs Jennie IMuards, of Luzerne street, has re
turned home from Philadelphia, where her father
is undergoing treatment at the Wills Ee hospi
tal. Mrs. William Jonej, of Xorth 11 de Pjifc ave
nue, is rccovciing from a serious illness,
Mrs. Harry Young, of South Bromley avenue,
has returned home fiom a visit with friends in
George Snow, John Loomls and Harry llurriu
arc on a fl'lilng trip to Halt Acre.
Boland Oliver, of l'lttston. has returned home
fiom a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen, of
Xoith lls.de Park avenue.
Mrs. Thomas Carson, Mrs. D. P. Elias and Miss
Davis, of Washburn street; Mis. John Williams,
of Tenth street, and Mrs. Annie Phillips, of South
Main avcmie, have gone to Ocean Crove for a few
Mrs. W. J. Kvans and son, of I.if.ijetto street,
attended the funeral of a relative at Paltcn re
cently. Mrs. George Sae, of North Main avenue. Is
entertaining Mis. Henry Djmond and Mrs. Van
Tjle, of Loel.port.
Thomas Connor, of West Lackawanna avenue, is
V. M. Eagen, of Buffalo, Ins returned home
from a visit with his family, on West Lackawanna
Mr. and Mrs. Kleppinger, of Tamarpia, are visit
irs their daughter, Mrs. George Fielder, of Sum
Mrs Oimsbie and daughter, Mamie, of New
Albany, arc gueiti of Mi- Maine Burlingame, of
fcouth ll.vde Paik avnue.
The Colonial club held a meeting in their
rooms in Wa-hington hall laft evening and nom
inated officers for Ihe ensuing term.
A son was boin jesteidaj to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Llndksy, of 1(521 Jackson street.
William Jenn.vn, an aged ieidcnt of Contin
ental Hill, died at bis home on Monday evrnlng,
after a protiacted illpcss. lie was a widower,
and is survived by three chllchen. Ijeccased-was
a member of the Continent ll Mine Accident li
fund, the members of which are reo.ue.ted to
attend the funeral torvioes at the home tounui'v
afternoon. Interment will be made in, the Wash
burn street cemetciy.
Benjamin Griffiths, the well known fire bos aid
elocutioiiKt, i- attc-nding the sessions of the
Grand lodge of Odd Fellows, nt Krle, Ii.
The number, of the bond of school routiol
are miking' one of their periodical visits to the
various Mliool buildings on lie Wet Mde,
A i-prci.il bu-liic-s meeting will be held tomor
low evening by tie nieinh"H of Ihe l'ir-t Hip-ti-t
(buiih In the aviiiibly room. All are ie
quelled to be prct-cnl.
Mis. Mull Kronici, of Si Imlln illc, is vNitlng
at the hiime of her son. Maivin G. Kiomei. h-
coinci of Ihomlev avenue and l.ifavctte stuct.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
The (uuir.ll of the late I'rJiil; Itclmer, whose
ilcitli ik cm uil List Sitiinljy, took plnco jcslcr
iliy liioi'ilii'r with unprc lu Tniie?, IImih"iN
nt fi lends mi'l niquilntniiroi low 1 thi iriniliu
in lor to 0 a. in., mIioii tlio riAit a- dos'il
anil rcmoirrl to St. M.ii'd iliuuli nn Hlvfi stliit',
wliprc .1 muss ot ri'nukiti u.is i e lcln atiil. Ht'V.
lVtcr (Inist uttlii'ate'l, and lip paid .1 trilMitc
it piai'e nml ..rll limited eilccm to tlie wnimy
of Hid t'l'iartril. Iiitrniiont ji mule in ht.
M.ir.i's Cii-rniJii C.itlulla iciiptii. Tliu pallld'-ir-cis
won: Jolin Tl poluld, ,)olin HIciikc, rinllp
I.CHCit nnd John Klo
'1 lie u-miln. ot the Lite Mr-. f'Jtlin Ino Ilimn
nc laid .it rtft o-lpulay inornln',', and tlu
if mains wen.1 followed to tho ci.ni' by a multi
tude of snipatlilliu frliw's and neinhbors. In
St, IVtviV i.ithcdul .1 icipilem ini'-s .is iclo
liiatod at P..'I0, and inlrrniont was aftciards
nude in tlie Cntlieili.il cnnctciy.
The new St. .lolin's rhurcli Jt Tiff street ami
Pltlston avenue, h rapidly nearlnsr loiiiplellon
und the lutheis and pUilnrrs h.ii' about ttnUlied
their Ijbois. A hue imps of skilled worknu'n
aie einploed on the liiiL-liluy work.
ThevJtoiuid X c lull, a nettly nrxanleil body
alon social lines, lu.-i cent out lu nations .Hid
Mill ionenu in foclil session at Hotel Ilosur on
Cidar avenue, 1'rldjy evenlnK, Miy if.
The tlioral union of the Iliikory Street Prrby
teiian ihuich held a relicirial last eieninir. They
will take part in lliu Knlfhts Templar leienuny
Comet lodue, Knights of P thins, met in regu
lar session !at cvenln-r.
William Iliidinbaeh, of Cethr avenue, who has
recently enlarged hU premi.ec, was tendered a
concert l.it cvenln-r, the inusia liclnu furnlsli'.-d
by Mr, Uolilnnon.
I)r, F.hle'8 I.unfj Heillnsr Dil-atn is Riiaranlred
to Hire nil comlb. "So cure, no pay," Vot
wlc by all dealers,
William rinlth, until rrerntly employed in tlie
recouler of deedi' ofllre, lias (rone Into the hotel
biulneKi, having foimrd a pailuenihip with
Charted Wapcvvsky, on l'lttston u venue.
The ladles' chorus of (iiccn Ridj-e, under the
leadership of Mrs. Maxwell Chapman, will give
a concert, June 2, at the Orccn llldge llaptlst
ijluircli at S o'clock. Miss (iraco Bpeneer a ml
Mlis Klcauor lie nobis will be the bnloUts, und
a full orchestra will accompany. Tickets at the
low price of 23 cents.
The Green Hldgo Wonuii's ClirUlau Temperance
union will meet at tho homo of Jlra. Volght, of
31!) New York street, this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Subject, "Hallroad Woik." A full attendance U
The Orccn Itldgc Wnmaii'a Christian Temper,
ancc union will meet at the home of Mis.
Vought, 310 New York street, IhU afternoon at
3 o'clock, 'Ihe subject for diseuion Is "Railroad
Work," A largo attendauco Is desired.
Mrs. li, Stanley HUtr, of Kaston, in (he guest
of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Dunn, ot Dcliwaro
Mr, and Mrs, How-man, of Newton, and Cieoigc
firct'ory, of Lake Winola, were quests ot Mr,
LADIES CAW WEAR SHOES
one size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Ease, a
powder to be shaken Into tho shoes. It makes
light or pew shoes feel easy; gives liutaut re
lief to corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort
discovery of the age , Cures and prevents twolleii
feet, blisters, callous and soro spots. Allen's
Fooi-Kase is a certain cure for, sweating, hot, uch
tng feet. At all druggists and kIioc stqrcs. 2V.
Don't accept any substitute. Trial package l-'IIKK
bv ualL AiklifM Allen 8. Olsuteail, LcLoy. N.Y
Including all this season's newest weaves and shades, go at one-fourth and one
third below actual value. Here is the list read it and you will find bargains.
This sale will be a record-breaking event in the history of silk selling. They
are matchless prices that high price stores cannot touch. Our guarantee goes
with every yard we sell. To make it easy to locate the kind of silks you will be
interested in, we have placed them in lots with number on ticket.
LOT NO. 1
Yami Silks, 19
all colors, 45c
LOT NO. 2
19-inch Taffeta apii Washable
Cashimere Taifeta, all
shades, 75c kind, this
LOT NO. 3
19-inch colton-back Satin,
All colors. 50c kind.
Sale price 30C
LOT NO. 4
LOT NO. 5
19-inch Silk Poplins, beautiful
snade, best quality. 09c
khd. Tins sale.
FXTPA A sP,end,d Inducement to the Shirt Waist Girl
twv vr terns, Come in 2 1-2 yards to a pattern. During
This sale will close posltlTcly Friday at G p. in. Remember the sale days, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday or this week.
A rare chance to buy high-class Silks cheap.
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
and Mrs. Horace Smith, ot Mousey avenue, es
tcrd3j. At the regular meelinE of Green Kidge lodse.
Patriotic Order Sons of America, in Masonic hall,
Dickson avenue, two candidites wcic initlued,
and Dktriet President fi. S. Pelleit, who was
present, deliveied a ery instructive and helpful
nddics-s to the larae number of members picsiit.
A cow was struck bj a car on the flreen P.hUe
People's line at Dehware htieet and Sandtrsaii
avenue, jc-terdjy morninp; about 8 o'clock, and
so badly injuieil tint it was neiessary to shoot
It. Some one teliphoned to pollie heidquartcrs,
nml a vv.iRim was ient out to take the dead .'.ni
flreat interest is belli: minlfolril in the romin;
of the celebrated lciuo Ihtih 1'lectio Mii-IimI
eotnp.ni, which will tppcar at the North Miln
Avenue tabernacle, tnnioirovv evtuin,-r, under the
auspices of the Institute. This Is the shth innuil
tour of this lonipiny and duilns tint time they
hive appealed in all the luse cities throughout
the eatein stairs. The compiny consists of the
following artist: .Monro llutili, tenor; Itilpu
V. l'.irle.v, lurput; Ilciward T. Collins, pianist;
fieoigo T. llane, electrician.
The Ladies' Aid toeiety of the I'lovidcnce Pres
b.vteiiin eliuiih will, on 'Ihursdiy evening, ten
der a rrccptioioti behalf of the oung peopli
of Ihe ihurcli.
William 1". Htnr ami wife lnve Just returned
from a Irlp to New Yoik and other plaee of in
terest along the coast.
Hev, unci Mrs. 1". K. Tliomis inj daughter, of
Mont lose, Pa., are vlsillnvj iclatlves htie,
Common Fleas Court.
When tho evidence for tho plaintiff
wns all In yesterday In tho case of E.
lilngold Depuy against M. M. Spencer
It appeared that the proof did not come
up tn tho nllcrrutjons made. In the dec
laration In the case, An effort was
made to amend the declaration, the de
fendant pleaded surprise and the case
The trespass suit of Miss Alice M.
Dunn afjalnst the Scranton Railway
company was on trial all of yesterday
before Judge Purely. When court ad
journed It was ready for the charge of
the court which Vlll be delivered this
morning. The defense Is that Miss
Dunn was not Injured In the accident
of September, 1900, and that the trouble
she had with her eyes and ear existed
prior to the, accident. It is denied that
she suffered nny Injury to the spine.
Before Judge New-comb tho case of
Fred C, Walter against Fred Drower,
nn action In assumpsit is on trial,
Walter seeks to recover $12S, which ho
alleges Is duo him. Part of It is an
unpaid balance on a contract for the
ecectlon of a houso for Grower and part
of It Is for alleged extra work. Tho
defendant says that during tho con
struction of "tlie bouse he paid certain
workmen at the request of Walter nnd
If tho account between him and tho
defendant was accurately rendered It
would show that tho plaintiff was In
his debt instead of as stated by tho
In the case of A. nildenger against
Mary Pollskey, a verdict of $31.06 for
tho plaintiff was taken by agreement.
No appearance ymn made for tho plain
tiff in tho case of 8. 0. Uazlett against
Mr, O. A, Kvans and a non-suit was
A verdict for the plaintiff for $18.20
was taken yesterday in tho case of
Justus Hlahop against Qeotgo Mantel.
Orphans' Court Hatters,
Judge A, A. Vosburg, In the Orphans'
court yesterday, handed down reports
as uudltlng Judge, and adjudications in
the estates of George Philip Klrst, de
ceased; Jolin B. Smith, deceased, and
8, P. Stevens, deceased. In each of
these estates distribution was awarded,
and there being no exceptions (ilea to
mw m .. . . . m
1 Mrfawl Jm m mJm Jmfl. A (sm
tf ouii "fc news t
LOT NO. 6
1 Peau de Lavant Washable Silks
new shades, durable nnd last
colors, 25 inches wide,
$1.00 kind. This sale. 79C
LOT NO. 7
20-inch pure Silk Peau de Soie
and Louisine, the best in weave
and colotings 1.00 z.
kind. This sale OvC
LOT NO. 8
Fancy corded Taffeta SiJIcs in
plain colors. 65c kind. !
This sale 42C
Brocade Satin Finish Silks in
all colors, including evening
shades and fancy striped taffeta
open work effects, $1.25 0
kind. This sale ODC
Fancy Novelties in striped,
corded and dotted waist patterns
come in 3 1-2 yard lengths.
$1.50 kind. Sale
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
any of the accounts, the payments
therein made were approved.
In the estate of S. P. Stevens, certain
preferred claims vero allowed, and dis
tribution awarded to others pro rata.
In the estate of George Philip Kirst,
the parties in interest agreed that cer
tain articles of personal property should
be awarded to each, in lieu of the cash
distribution, and this agreement is.ap
urovrd. The estate of John B. Smith, deceased,
it is found that the securities in the
hands of the accountant, the Uirnrd
Trust company, have been placed In
tho hands of tho proper custodian for
the respective parties in interc&t, and
this distribution is ttppiovcd.
Two Prisoners Released.
The clerk of the courts' ofllce was
untitled yesterday of the release from
the Eastern penitentiary of Thomas
Durnlng and Joseph Van Dyke. Durn
ing was sent down for two years for
feloniously wounding Stephen Hughps.
Before that he had served a term for
killing Peter Martin In this city.
Van Dyke had served two years for
the theft of wine, turn and brandy
from the hotel o'f O'Connor & Walsh,
on Lackawanna avenue. Ho drove his
wagon up to tho rear door one day und
carted the stuff off to hl3 home In
An Ejectment Suit.
Annie T. Gllmartln yesterday began
an action In ejectment ngalnst James
Kennedy, through Attoiney T. P. Duf
fy. A lot on Church street In Carbon
dale Is the mutter In dispute.
Yesterday's Marriage Licenses.
Jimes Hoi.cn Taylor
Ruth Phelps Scranton
Charles A. Uussell Old Force
Amanda I. Datnljrldgo Itrndliam
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Met of letters rrinjinini uncalled for at ((ie
Strantou, Lackawanna county, i'a., postoftiee,
May 21, J0Q2. I'er.nns calllni? for throe letters
will please My advertised und give date of list.
Kr.i 11. Hippie, 1 ii.
M. A, Allen. Miurlce Jennings.
II, J. Allen. John Jones, tnrvvnrded
John Allen. from Lemon, Pa,
Mrs. I". Mone Arther. Mrs. Jamri Know Irs,
Miss Oille Picon. William lilrmey,
Mrs, J. nu-li. Ml-s Nell Kavanach.x
Mrs. Kllzalielh Drleg. Jllfhacl Holing.
II. V. Ilutler. J, II. Krillilinr.
Mrs. Maggie Drown. Jmo Klrkendall.
J, L, Currier, Miss lllanchc Kennedy,
Ada A. Cooper. Itobeit Lacey.
O. J. Clarl.M.11, Mrs. Annie M.MeKlnley.
Mrs. ('. J. Carr, Mrs. Ilert MacDonahl,
Kdnard Compton. Mrs. Julia Mctzlielacr.
John Caivlily. I'. W. Miller.
Jay A. Clark. d'eorge Morrison,
Mrs, Mirgaret Case. Albert Mnrls.
llalph I). Oapon. Mis. Annie Knjcli.
i:. Palstonlnts, Mrs. II. K, Orr,
Wm. Dufrnme. Miss Kuto O'llara,
Mrs. Ursula O'Dmr. T. T. NcellU.
Thomrcs Dougherty, William P, Potter,
John llalircstead. Mis. Yettin like.
Stanley I'tans. Henry Si litlT Ic Co,
M. OreHsell. Mrs. W, 0. Solomon.
Miss Ada (loo.ill. T, Summcrcalcs.
Gardiner "Printer" (!) John Sonatina,
Mis. Ilariiet A. Herring, Ilert Simpler,
Mrs, Howard Hall, Doctor Shrrntin.
Win, Hughes. ( has, O. Wells,
holla Holler, MUs J. (i. Whltmire.
Jolin Herrou. Mr. Wooliver,
Itev. (I. I!. Jacobs. llony White,
(las Jaeolis, Miss Jessie Wright.
Wm. Jurlscli, Mrs. Louisa Vohe,
' West Scranton Station.
Mlw Anna Smith.
Miss Florence Wclse.
D., L. AND W, BOARD FOB TODAY.1
Following is the make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
board for today:
WEDNESDAY- MAY SI.
Pmhcrs S a. in., liouscr; U.43 a. in., Moran;
7,50 iv. in., Murplu; tl p. in.. W, II. Bartholomew.
LOT NO. 1 1
Linen effect Pongee, plain and
fancy. Waranted washable.
Fancy striped and corded. This
fabric is very scarce today in
New York. Plenty here.
$1 kind. This sale.... 75C
Very best washable Pongee
and linen effects. Plain and
fancy, embroidered open work.
Always worth $1.25. 0 A
This sale o4C
LOT NO. 13
Printed Foulards, a rare bar
gain. 55c kind. This
LOTNO. 14 '
24-inch Printed Foulards, this
season's newest designs, .
85c kind; this sale 5oC
LOT NO. lT
24-inch satin-finish Foulard,
extraordinary values, attractive
and exquisite patterns and
colors; $1 kind. This sale 59C
special new lot of All-Wool Challies, handsome and exclusive pat-
sale 98: per pattern.- Regular value 82.00.
JONAS LONG'S SONS
Chair and Pillow Covers
We have placed on sale in the Drapery
Department two hundred agents' samples in
Chair and Pillow Covers. Beautiful patterns
in Tapestry and Silk Damask that would sell,
if cut from piece goods, at 1.00 and $2.ociva
pattern. Should you have a chair or a pillow
to cover, here is a golden opportunity.
$1.00 Patterns, 50c
2.00 Patterns, S1.00
IPnrtlPrPC Lar2e assortment of ready
llfl llt-l t3 made goods, or if you wish
you may select and have made to oraer irom
exclusive patterns in mercerized tapestry, or
the beautiful new Frew-Frew fabrics.
fhill'l flASPtQ On the third floor we
1 11111a V1U-3L13 are showing a new
line of China Closets in richly finished quar
tered golden oak. These goods have just ar
rived and represent the newest to be found
in the furniture market.
HUM k MIILTT
129 Wyoming Ave.
U. 1IKIS, Lessee and Manager.
A. J, DUFFY, Dui. Managlt.
s.mmim' matinkk and N'ir.iiT.
Amelia Bingham lucscnts her
NO, AND ONLY COMPANY
In C-I-YPU riTCIl'S licst Way,
I'HICKS-Ilvenlnir, 23c. to fl.Hfc Slal Matinee,
23, DO and T5 tents.
beats on sale Thursday at 0 a. in.
Helpers 1.30 a, in.. McCiomn; 7 a. m., Gal
re)' ; 10 a. in., bvcor: 3.S0 . in., Stanton.
U, Cloley uitli J. 11. McC'ann'a crew will run
Ko. CI, May SO, one trip, In place tit J, J, Kear
ney and crew.
mtM4 M Wednesday,
LOT INO. 16
24-inch high class Satin Fou
lards, exclusive designs, the
kind sold elsewhere at .
$1.50. This sale 79C
New Polka Dot China Silks
and Corded Kai Kai Japanese
Silks, the newest and most de
sirable silk for the shirt
waist. 50c kind. This .
LOT NO. 18
Silk Mousseline de Soie. scroll
and stripe effects, all new
shades, just the thing for even
ing gowns, 75c kind;
this sale 59C
LOT NO. 19
Guaranteed Black Taffeta and
best Satin Duceess. Dur-
ing this sale at 03C
LOT NO. 20
China Silk in plain
special for best quality,
43c kind, this sale
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
Home Furnishing House.
Academy of Husic
M. 1I1US, Lcucc and Manager,
A. J, DL'l'l'V, nu-.lnc;a Manajer,
am. this vi:i:k
and the Southern Stock Company
Dig auiIclllo features, includln; tlio famout
I'ltKN'ilfeS TWO. t-ncclal feature, nKDAItl)
and li:i)Ill, the lale.t European imiiortation
in the acrobatic line,
VRltTS-lO, 20 and SO centa,
Matlneej, 10 cents till J -reek. '
V. tV. Ilbar and crew v.111 run No. 50, May 21,
one trip, in place ot J. Murphy and iren.
1'. i Kiel cm and crew will run Ht. ii, May 21,
in place of J, Winter and crew,
Tuoinaa Leonard und crew nlll run Xo. 01 ar.J
82. commencing M 21. two round trio.
. 5. t -.