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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY JUL 18, 1902.
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Vitrified Brick Pave Laid On Hyde Park
Avenue Three Years Ago in a
Throe years ago the Alculrnz Paving
compuny laid a vitrified brick navc
ment on Hyde Park nvenue, from La
fayette street to Division street. Tho
lirlcks were lnld on a snnd bnso and
the pave 'wan guaranteed for five years.
Three years has elapsed, and Uio
street from Lafayette to Jackson Is a
night to behold. Commencing with the
Merrllleld lot, on tho loft-hand side,
and extending to Price street, the
bricks have sunk half tho width of tho
ntrcet. At the Intersection of Price
street there Is a hole In the pavement
some ten feet long and two feet wide,
with a depth of ten to fourteen Inches,
and at this point In the middle of the
street Is a basin filled with mud nnd
water, some eighteen Inches In diam
eter and twenty Inches deep. If a
wheelman or horse were to strike the
hole just right, tho consequences would
Indeed be serious, as a wheelman might
be thrown from his wheel and killed,
or a horse break n leg.
From Price street to the Franklin
engine barn the bricks are also sunk,
nnd in front of tho barn tho whole
pavement Is In a most deplorable con
dition. Several times while the pave
ment was In course of construction
heavy rain storms occurred and tho
water washed the sand from beneath
the bricks and honeycombed tho whole
thing along tho sides. Again, after the
pave was completed, the company
mixed weak cement and slushed It
over the brlck3 to fill up tho spaces
between bricks, but Instend of sinking
In, the cement merely formed a crust
on top, which travel soon wore off, with
the result that water sinks In all the
Gertie Jones, .of Scranton, swore out
a warrant on Tuesday before Alderman
Noone, charging Mary Jane Matthews,
of 727 Scranton street, with assaulting
her, jumping on her face, and giving
her several stiff body blows. The Mat
thews woman was arrested and taken
before the alderman on Wednesday,
and although she admitted all the
chnrges, the alderman was compelled
to dlschatgc her, because of tho non
appearance of tho Jones womnti.
Margaret Hodges, of f30 Decker's
court, swore out a warrant before Al
derman Hollow, charging Annie Will
lams, of 123 Bulwer street, with as
sault and battery. The alleged assault
took place on July 14. When the de
fendant was arraigned belore the alder
man she was held In $300 ball, which
was furnished by Reese D. Morgan, of
North Filmopc avenue.
The Best Family Cough Remedy.
Mour's French Tar,
For Sil hy
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main avo.
The Store Closes Every Evening S
j at 5 O'clock, Saturdays Excepted j
5 Has seut more life and act' vity iato this great Sr
iS and growing department than any thing that has yet &
5 happened in its history." The sale continues all of S
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i3 iuis wees, aau as iue siocic
the sale started, assortments are still e
The Price Reductions
Are About One-Third
Under Regular Prices.
i Other Summer Things at
i Special Reductions
All bright, clean and
im ii I-Cl. .i.. r.
"3 luc ,clL luc uiauuiaciurcr a. xvvery cut in price
fg claimed, is an incontrovertible fact that will stand
g the strictest investigation.
Great assortment of Silk
J .Glnelinms, handsome com
" 'binntion of colors and fine
Special price 10c yard.
Pino sheer goods, choice
patterns and a new price.
Special 15c yard.
t These goods, although
made of cotton, look like
silk. Notice the price,
p Special 13 l-3o yard.
Big lot of Wash Skirts
made of Seersuckers, Per
cales, Chambrays, Linen
nnd Mercorizod Ginghams.
Prices range from
50c to 81,85 each.
Mnrgarct Montgomery, of Kelly's
patch, went before Alderman Noone
nnd secured n warrant for tho arrest
of Alexander Shlmlskcy, of Park Place,
on tho chnrgo of assnult ami battery,
attempted criminal assault and using
vile langunge. Tho nrfnlr took place In
Church place, Providence, on Monday
night. The hearing has not been held
A peddler was arrested by Constable
John Lance, and arraigned before Al
derman Moses, on the charge of ped
dling without a license. He wus com
pelled to pay tho usual fine.
Ooldle Hetzel, of Scranton street, had
Annie Walters, of the same place, ar
rested on the charge of assault and
battery and disorderly conduct. At the
hearing before Alderman Noone, the
defendant was discharged on tho as
sault nnd battery charge, but fined on
the disorderly conduct charge.
Mrs. Sarah W. Wallace, of 430 West
Market street, swore out a warrant for
the arrest of her husband, on tho
charge of desertion nnd non-support.
At the hearing before Alderman Kel
lnw, yesterday, Mrs. Wallace testified
that her husband has refused to sun-
port her or the two children for tho
past three years. In default of ball ho
wns committed to jail.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Frank Shedd. of North Main nvcmip,
who has resided on this side for over
thirteen years, has been promoted to dls
trl& superintendent of the I.ehlgh Valley
Coal company, with headquarters In
Pittston. Mr. Shedd wo-? formerly em
ployed In the nfllee of Council & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Graff, of Park Place,
have welcomed a dainty daughter to
Mls Uertha Sanders, of West Kim
strot. entertain on Wednesday evening,
In honor of Henry K. Sanders, of Hnrrl-
mnn, Tenn. Dancing and various games
were enjoyed until a late bour, when a
bountiful collation was served by the
Claude S. Shivcly, who for tho last
three years has been manager of tho
West Side store of the Atlantic and Pa
cllic Tea company, has been assigned to
the management of tho company's stoic
James Saville, the markotman, enter
tained his clerks at a clam bake, held at
Thomas G. Kvans was united In mar
riage to Mrs. Sarah T. Morgan, by Rev.
D. I. Jones, of the Tabernacle church,
on Wednesday evening. Both are resi
dents of West Scranton.
Mrs. Thomas K. Evans, of South Hyde
Park avenue. i home from Jcrmyn.
Henry Thomas, of Decker's court, was
Injured by a horse stepping on his foot.
While not serious, tho wound is very
Stephen H. Fletcher, of 111G Luzerne
stiect. has returned fioni a two weeks'
tilp to New Yolk, Philadelphia and At
Solvation-Army. Weather permitting a
lawn social will be held at 14011 Lafayette
street. Monday evening, July 21, when ico
cream and cake will be seivcd.
The Misses Mary and Anna Ddwards,
was oi generous propor- c
dainty as on the day when
500 Men's Colored Madras
Shirts, dainty stripes in
Special price 75c.
Children's White Duck
Hats, with colored edges,
Special 25c each.
Special showing of Wo
men's Muslin Skirts, hand
somely trimmed, made nnd
finished to perfection.
Prices range from
81.00 to $8.00,
daughters of Judge- nnd Mrs. II. M. Ed
wards, of South Main avenue, entertained
a largo number of young people at a
lawn party Inst evening, Tho lawn and
porch wcro beautifully decorated with
flags and lanterns; and after an evening
of delightful pleasure tho charming host
esses served refreshments.
Tho famous Dutch and Welsh teams of
tho Klectrle City Wheelmen bowled throe
gnmes last evening, tho honors being tak
en by tho Dutch boys, who won two out
of three games. The line up, w.ii ns fol
lows: Welsh-Frank Watkllis, ouptnlnl
Henry Morgan, Samuel Jones, Walter
James and C. A. Kytion, Diitch-Jnlto
Pfclffcr, captain; Dolph limning, William
ltoo, William Dlchl and A. T. Stover.
Columbia) Franchl, the young. son of
Mcrchnnt Franchl, of Noilh Main ave
nue, and a boy companion, yesterday,
took a tin rnn, filled It with wnter nnd,
after sealing It up, put It In tho lire. In
a short time steam was generated, which
blew the top off tho can nnd throw tho
seaming not water in the race and on
the nrms and logs of Columbus. The
burns, while not dangcrou-', are very
painful. Ho was removed to his home
and medical attendance summoned,
On July a, two weddings will take
place at St. Patrick's church. The con
tracting parties aro John Gallagher and
Miss Margaret Lilly, both of Lnzcnic
ntrcet, and Jamea MeDonoiigh,. of Twen
tieth street, to Miss Kllsmbcth Malla, of
On July 2CS. Washington camp, No. ITS.
Patilotlo Order Sons of Amcilca, will run
an excursion to Mountain Pmk.
Mrs. Morgan Lewis and daughter, Eth
el, of Hampton street, loft yesterday for
a week's stay at Harvey's lake.
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SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Bowling Match Between the Junger
Maennerehor and the Arlington
South Side Teani.
Two enthusiastic bowling teams, rep
resenting tho Junger Maennerehor and
tho Arlington South Side team, oer
splrcd and rolled tenpins on tho bowl
ing alleys of the Arlington hotel, on
Pittston avenue, last evening and
played a series of three games, which
were witnessed by friends of both
teams, While no phenomenal scores
were made, a fair average was 'main
tained, notwithstanding the upplshness
of the thermometer.
Smith was high man with a score of
194, while Janssen hud high average
with 183 2-3. The Individual and team
score was as follows:
Heinz 11,-, llrt ya 3DI
Schunk Vli l.'S 110 3D7
Hang 133 117 J'J," 310
Kopcrt l'.'l 107 II) 374
Janssen ltu laj Wl 313
Total3 I GDI 740 :1I2
Zutoger 14S ir,S 111 437
J. Silcsmor 1JJ li,i) bij 4V,
AV. 5Jlcsmcr 139 l'!7 141 437
!' Itnll 110 14 1J1 4J3
Smith 1IJ ni 19 j 507
Totals 7lL' S03 76D :':31
NUBS OF NEWS.
The memheis of tho Scranton Athletic
club will meet at their rooms thlp even
ing, after which they will pnrailo the
principal street;, of tlii.s side and the cen
tral city. nclvcitlHing their annual excur
sion, which will lie inn to Mountain
paik tonionow. Trains lcne at S.SO a.
m. and 1 o'clock p. in.
An apiou .social v.i.s held at St. Paul's
Kvangcllcul church AVcdnesd.iy night,
and was very laiRoly attended.
John Murphy will spend Ihe next elcht
days at Lake I.odore. whore he will ho
the Biles t of the Catholic Total Abstl
nenco T'nlon lOBlinent of I.anceis.
John Phillips, of Yostvlllc, was clven a
heaihiK liy Alderman l.cntcs yc-teiday
on charges picfrired hy .M.ibbIg T.aw'
rence. of Spring Brook. The accused was
held hi JCflO bail for court.
P.itiolman James MiOoUlriek retiirnccl
from camp esteulay, mid did duty on his
icRiilar beat last cvenhiB.
The Knights of Malta will moot In
weekly session this evening.
Dr. Schley's Uuir Healing U.ils.im is
guaranteed to emo all coughs. "No cine,
no pay." For sale by all dealers. "
Tho Young Woman's Christian associa
tion rooms on Cedar avenue wero crowd
ed last evening, when an enjoyable so
cial and musical entertainment wns
given under the auspices of tho members.
A pleasing programme was rendered, and
a dainty lunch of Ice cream and cako
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Mrs. V. J. Levi cntci tallied the Chin
chilla Thimble club on AVednesday after
noon. Among tho ladles piesent wcie:
Mis. Sam Snyder, Mrs. Krcd Snyder, Mrs.
A. 1. Akorley, Mrs. Harry Akcrley. Mrs.
Freeman Leach, Mis. John McNultv,
Mis. William Hall, Mis. Del Perkins,
Mis. Ned Nichols, Mrs. James Holgate,
Mrs. James Hush, Mis. Joseph Ottlnger,
Mrs. Nano Krobs, Mis. Lydla Potter,
Miss Flora Tilpp, .Miss Carrlo Tripp, Mlsa
Mrs. Maiguret Harclny, of Hnltlmoic. Is
visiting her father, Adam Pousor, of New
Miss Lou Dlmmlck has returned homo,
after a week's outing at L.iko Sheridan.
Miss Kiithciluc Sliunpf, of Hazloton. Is
visiting ut the home of her tilstcr, Mrs.
Peter Pouscr, of Mousey avenue.
Mis. J. If, Ilagley, of Caibnndnlo, who
has been visiting aroeu Rldgo friends
for the past week, has retained homo.
Mrs, M. R, Kays, of Sanderson avoniio,
lias letiirncd from an extended vMt In
At tho legular meeting of flrrcn Ttldso
loclgo of Odd Fellows, last evening, tho
second degreo was conferred.
Tho members of the Oi eon Uldgo
Ihiehio club enjoyed a clam bake at Nay
Aug park last evening.
POLICE COURT CASES.
Joseph Newman and Itcuhen C'hhcn,
nowsboys, in rested by Pntrolmiin Malott
for lighting on Washington avenue, wero
fined In police cuiirt yesterday morning,
Joseph Connors, a school boy, aged IS
years, nrrcnted by Patrolman Harry Flax
for using prof.ino laiiBimge, was lined ?3,
which he paid.
Simon J luff man, nged 10 years, and
Ellsworth Rush, aged 30 ycais, both of
Oxford, N. J who wero arrested for
vagrancy and sleeping In a box car on tho
Poplar street switch, were each sent up
for ten dayi In default or ;i linos.
Oeoigo Fassle, arrebtrd on South Waste
ington avenue for being drunk and dlsor
Ueily, paid a line of J.
Wllllum McUulrc, who was arrested nt
Lackawanna and Washington avenues for
Insulting people, committing u nuisance
and being drunk and dlsnrdPily, was sent
up for bUty days in default of u JIO
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Sketch of the Captain and the Two
Lieutenants Funeral of Miss
Maud Chivers from the Residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Christ
masMiss Blodwyn Thomas of
Putnam StreetEntertained a Num
ber of Her Friends at Her Home.
Personals and News Notes.
Company C, of the First Regiment of
Lancers, Catholic Totnb Abstinence,
union, of America, Is composed of
CAPTAIN C. V. STEWART.
members of the Father Whltty society,
of North Scranton, one of the largest
temperance organizations in tho state
Their record as a drill organization is
1 Captain Charles P. Stewart, of Com
pany C, is also captain of tho Father
V, ' .'';' , ' " i ' . - ' , -
M. J. COLEMAN.
Whltty society. Ho received his mili
tary training while u member of the
Thirteenth regiment, in which ho served
as private, sergemit und first lieutenant
of Company I,
He served ns second lieutenant of tho
Father Whlttys In the competitive drill
with the Olyphant society on August 7,
18S7, when they captured the tiophles.
He was ulso their llrst llcutciiunt In a
competitive drill at the old Htlvlng
patk, In 1S97, when they captuied un
other trophy valued nt J350.
Martin J. Coleman, Hist lieutenant,
hus been ti totul abstainer ull his life,
J mmfmwmm f IHlUllllYmA
and ti member of tho Father Whlttys
for twclvo years. For two years ho was
their recording secretary, nnd Is at
present serving his second term as
Mr. Coleman has always been an ac
tive member In both the civic and mili
tary branches of the society, and was
second sergeant in the drill corps. He
is one of the most untiring workers In
tho cause of total abstinence in the
Thomas Foley, second lieutenant, Is
one of the, most prominent young men
in tho total abstinence movement, hav
ing been Identified with the Father
Whltty society for the past ten years.
He was transferred from the St. Mary's
cadets In 1S92. Ho has been first vice
president of the society for. two years,
and an active member of the drill corps.
Funeral of Miss Maud Chivers.
Tho funeral of Miss Maud Chivers
took place from the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter '13. Christmas, on
North Main avenue, yesterday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. Long before
trie time set for tho commence
ment of tho funeral services, large
throngs of people gathered about the
residence to view the remains of the
one who has gone beyond, into a better
Services wero conducted at the house
by the Rev. George K. Guild, of the
Providence Presbyterian church, as
sisted by Rev. George A. Cure, of the
Methodist church. Dr. Guild preached
an eloquent seiinon, paying a tribute
to the worthy Christian life the de
ceased had lived. A- large number of
beautiful floral offerings were sent to
tho home by her friends and acquaint
The remains were taken over I ho
Erie and Wyoming Valley road to
Maplewood, whore interment was made.
The following, who wcro her compan
ions, nctcd as pall-bearers,: Ralph Gil
lespie, George Evans, Burnham Guild,
Earl Taylor, Robert Fish and Archie
Miss Thomas Entertains Friends.
Miss Blodwyn Thomas, of Putnam
street, entertained a number of her
friends last evening at her home. The
evening was enjoyahly spent in tho
usual party diversions until a season
able hour, when .refreshments wero
served. Evan Thomas and Bert Thom
as entertained tho guests musically.
Among those present were:' Misses
Martha Jackson, May Davis, Martha
Thomas, Margaret Willis, Margaret
Morgans, Alma Richards, Jennie Leon
ard, Margaret Thomas, Annie Rhule,
Margaret Williams, Tlllle Regan, Car
rie Longmore, Mary Richards, Blod
wyn Thomas, Minnie Thomas, Lizzie
Thomas, and Lizzie Howells, of West
Scranton: Messrs. David Thomas, Rich
ard Hughes, Zaeharlah Williams, Evan
Thomas, Daniel Davis, Ivor Danvers,
Frank Coleman, Jenkln Thomas, Oflle
Evans, Thomas Howells, Rossar Price,
George Muckle, Edward Talman, Bert
Thomas und Lemuel Lewis.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
Miss Mary McAndrow left csterday to
spend tho summer In Now York city and
nt tho seashore.
Tho Ulekron Colliery Keg Fund will
hold a meeting In Leonard's hall, on West
Market street, this evening. AH mcmbeis
nio urged to bo present.
Misses Sarah and Susie Heo have re
turned homo after spending their vaca
tion ut Lake Wlnola.
Miss Mary Hinckley, of Nicholson, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Hurt, of Oak
Tho members of tho CliilHtl.in Endeavor
Focloty of tho North .Main Avenue Bap
tist church will conduct 'a lawn social at
the homo of Brother Hull, on Summit
nvemio, thlo evening. In caso of lain, tho
soclnl will bo held in tho Tabernacle,
William Peiin Giiest, of Watklns street,
has retained home, after spending a few
rtajs In Now York oily.
Mlts Maiy Merrick, of Jennyn, Is tho'
guest of her brother, Robert Merrick, of
Tho North Summon Howling allejs will
be open during tho summer months from
13 m. until midnight,
Tho classes of tho North Scranton In
stitute of Human Development ate mak
ing extensive preparations for the elos
Ing exercises of tho summer term, which
tunes piaco on tho lust night of tho
mouth, A piogramme, consisting of
Swedish diHU, wand drills, parallel bar
am! Hasbo work, and various other drills,
bl being arranged. Or. Young, tho In
structor, leaves August 1, accompanied by
$100 Howard, ?100.
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to Icnin that theio Is at least nno diead
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have so much faith In Its curative, povv
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for any rase that It falls to cuio. Scud
for list of testimonials.
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his brother, on a club swinging and jug
gling tour through tho Central states.
Harry Wagner and sister. Miss Mar
garet, have returned, to their homo In
Reading, after a bhort visit at tho homo
of Oscar Yost.
Joseph Stlne, of Drinker stiect, spent
yesterday at Lake Henry, and returned
with a largo catch of plekeicl as usual.
S. 13. lluikloy, of Cherry street, at
tended tho Ciiilplu-Slmw wedding at Rock
land, Mo., on Wednesday.
Mrs, T, P, Lotchworth, of Chestnut
stieot. is visiting friends at Crystal lake.
Miss Gertrude Matthews, of North
Hlakely stiect, returned homo yesterday
from a visit of several weeks with rela
tives at Aiicnim-on-tho-Hudson.
Miss Alllo Tuft left yesterday for a
month's stay at Big Pond.
Mrs. T. J. Waig. of Dudloy street, has
returned ftom a visit with fi lends ut Lo
hlghton. William Helglcr, of Fifth street, has ac
cepted a lueratlvo position with J. T.
Porter, of Sciautou.
Mis. J. II, Wltman, of Mooslc, visited
friends In town yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Sanders, of North Hlakely
(treat, Is tho guest of friends In Pittston.
Itnbert Evans, of Now York city, wns
renew Ing old friendships In town yester
day, Tho gong located at No. & bleaker did
not. blow last night until the hose com
panics Imil returned fiom the bceno of tho
Uro nnd had been In ipinrters nearly half
an hour. It lookB as though no gong at
all would ho piofeiablo to tho piesent
Tho body of Ficd Olll, who died from
InJuiles sustnlncd In Ohio, arrived lust
night at the home of his father, Thomas
Olll, ISO Potter street.
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LEO GALVJX, Infant sou of Council
man Daniel Galvln, of tho Twelfth
ward, died yesterday morning, nftcr a
short Illness, ut the parental rcbldence,
'26 South Webster avenue. Tho funeral
will take place this afternoon at 2.30
o'clock, and Interment will be mude In
the Cathedral cemetery.
JOHN H. COOPBH, of I117 Green
Ridge street, died last evening nt the
Hahnemann hospital, where he had
undergone an operutlon for hernia. He
was 71 ypais of oge. Mr. Cooper had
been employed us blacksmith ut tho
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works of the Scranton Forging com
pany for over twelve years ami wus
able to attend to his work there until
last Thursday, Ho was one of tho old
est residents of tho Green ltldgo see,
tlou, and one of tho oldest members ol
Asbury Methodist Kplscopul church,
Ho Is survived by bis wfe nnd foui
children, William, Kdward, Charles unu
Miss Cupplc, Funeral notice luter.
HAYPKN JKNKINS, tho 7-months.
old child nf Thomas Jenkins, died ycs
terduy at the home of the latter'l
mother, Mrs. Mary Jenkins, on VI1
Hams stieet, near tho Avchbuld mine
Tho funeral will be conducted Joinor.
row afternoon by Itev. M. Walker. n
teriuent will be mude Jn Wasnbuvs
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