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THE SCRANTON fcRIBUNB-MONDAY, JULY 21, 1902
Death in Pittsburg of Lawrence McWilliams,
a Former Resident of This Part of the
City Notes and Personals.
John McWilliams, u foreman for Mc
Cluvu & Brooks, received word yester
day that his father, Lawionco MeWllt
inins, who lived on the West Side for
over forty yours, had died at the home
of his Roinln Pittsburg.
Mr. MoWllllunis was well-known on
the Weft Side, having lived here until
six years ago, when he removed to
Pittsburg. While a resident hero he
was cngugod as a contractor, nnd It
will bo a sad shock to his numberless
friends to know that he has passed
He Is survived by three sons, John
McWilliams, of this city, and Edward
nnd William McWilliams. of Pittsburg.
The body will be received In this city
this afternoon, when the funeral an
nouncement will bo made.
A Brand celebration was held by the
members of St. Lucie's Italian Catholic
church, on Chestnut street, both Satur
day and Sunday. The celebration was
in honor of the Messed Vlrsln Madonna
del Cormlne. The affair besan on Sat
urday, when the largo grounds sur
rounding the church were packed with
people, who came to enjoy the music,
fireworks and refreshments, all of
which were had In plenty.
Doth Saturday and Sunday the Itoma
band, of Dumnore, enlivened the occa
sion with well-rendered music, they
being seated on a platform at the iear
of the lawn. The affair was In charge
of Angolo noma, NIcolo Plerro and Al
With the Churches.
"The Knowledge of Faith," and "The
Church of God," were the subjects of
the morning and evening sermons of
the pastor, rtev. S, P. Mathews, at the
First Daptlst church. Both services
wore very well attended.
At the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church the pastor, Rev. H. C. McDer
mott, preached two very interesting
sermons to large congregations.
"Personal Communion with God" was
the theme of the evening discourse at
the Washburn Street Presbyterian
church, The pastor, Rev. J. P. Moffat,
handled his subject in a superb man
ner. Rev. Edward Howell had charge of
the services at the Sumner Avenue
Presbyterian church, and the subject of
his very Interesting evening sermon
was "The Power of God."
Rev. John L. Evans, a former resi
dent of Scranton, delivered two pro-
Tha Best Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale hjr
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
9 The Store Closes Every Evening f.
1 at 5 O'clock, Saturdays Excepted 1
Is a great maker of bargains. The "ill wind" &
this time a steady, cool one may be disastrous
for makers and merchants, but it blows large 5
economies to those who still have summer things S
to buy. Nothing is more certain than the hot
days soon to come. And here, today, ' are things T
for hot weather wear, many at prices as low as 5
would be expected two months later on. ?
g Special Sale of Laces
In the first place these are excellent laces, In the
second place best place, you may buy two
yards for about the price of one.
Imitation Torchon Laces
Insertions and Edgings. Sale Price 3c a yard.
White and cream. Sale Price 3c a yard.1
Point De Paris
Worth 15c, 25c and 55c a yard. Sale Price 9c,
14c and 19c.
24 to 6 inches wide. Sale Price 5 and 9c a
Point De Paris
In Serpentine and Galloon Effects, worth 15c to
25c a yard. Sale Price 10c, 12Jc and 15c.
For Yokes and Waists
White, Cream and Black. Some in the Jot worth
$1.00 a yard, You take your choice at 25 cents
Giobe Warehotis?. I
found sermons at the services of the
Plymouth Congregational church. At
the close of the morning service the
Lord's Bupper was commemorated.
The celebration of the Holy Euchar
ist took place nt St. David's church yes
terday morning, Rev. James McHcnry,
"Paul's Retrospect and Whnt Accom
plished," nnd "A Great Saying, but
Worthy," respectively, were the sub
jects of thought at the Embury Metho
dist Episcopal church: The pastor,
Rev. James Bennlnger, delivered two
sermons of great merit from those
texts. Rev. Mr. Dennlnger also preached
at the evening .service of the First
Welsh Baptist church.
Rev. E. L. Lewis had chnrgc of the
services at the Tabernacle Congrega
This week Wednesday, two weddings
will take place from St. Patrick's
church. Both couples are well known
In West Scranton and enjoy the respect
nnd best wishes of a host of friends,
as they bow before the nuptial altar.
The contracting ,partles arc John Gal
lagher and Miss Margaret Lilly, both
of Luzerne street, and James McDon
ough, of Luzerne street, and Miss
Elizabeth Malta, of Twentieth street.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Miss Elizabeth Furr. of Elizabeth
street, entertained a large number of
friends In honor of the Misses Helen and
Ruth Gtdlfoyle, of Jersey City. The uurnl
pleasures were enjoyed and at a l.ito
hour dainty viands were served.
David W. Phillips, of South Hyde Park
avenue, has registered as n lnwstudent
with the firm of Taylor & Lewis.
This evening, the Salvation Army will
hold a luwn social at 1109 Lafayette
The Loyal Crusaders held an Interest
ing meeting In Red Men's hall on Satur
On Friday evening the members of St.
Paul's misIon tendered a reception to
their pastor, Rev. Howard Klngle.
in the window of Druggist John J. Da
vis, of South Main avenue, Is displayed a
fine collection of gold nugget.; and gems
from the Hall mine In North Carolina.
Miss Harriet Waele, of Washburn street.
Is home, after a two -weeks' visit to
W. Gaylord Thomas, esq., left on Satur
day for Lake Winola.
Mrs. Mary Sample, of North Hyde
Park avenue, has left for Detroit, wheie
she will visit her sons.
Rev. John L. Evans, wife and son, of
Canaan, Conn., are spending their vaca
tion as the guests of his mother, Mrs.
Evans, of Rock street.
Edward Curran, of Oxford street, an
employe of the American Locomotive
company, was Injured by a flying piece
of steel becoming Imbedded In his arm.
W. A. Mathews and wife will return to
their home in Trenton today, after a
visit with the former's parents, Rev. and
Mrs. S. F. Mathews, of Rock street.
The game of base ball which was sched
ulcd to take place on Saturday, between
the Alumni and Browns was declared
Scranton Readers Have
Heard It and Profit
"Good news travels fast," and the
thousands of bad back sufferers In
Scranton nre glad 'to learn that prompt
relief Is within their reach. Many a
latnc, weak and aching back Is bad no
more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
Our citizens arc telling tho good news
of their experience with the little con
queror of kidney Ills. Hero Is an ex
ample worth reading:
Mr. Austin Coneuy, of 402 Irving ave
nue, says: "I was bothered for tho
past fifteen years with a pain across my
kidneys. At times It struck mo In tho
hips unci extended down my legs. It
was worse In the early evening or
after I did u hnrd day's work. I was
advised to try Doun's Kidney Pills, and
having read In our city papers so much
about them I got a. box at Matthews
Bros.' drug store, and was surprised to
find how quickly they benefited me. I
soon had not the least pain In my
For sale by all dealers; price BO cents.
Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y
sole ugents for the United States.
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no substitute.
off, on account of tho non-appearance of
The condition of Mrs. John McAnulty,
of 2100 Jackson street, who was severely
Injuicd by being kicked by a hoiso on
Thursday, is somewhat Improved.
Mr, and Mrs. William Miller and
daughter, Florence, of South Hyde Park
avenue, have returned home, after a visit
to Ashtabula, Ohio.
Allen, tho three months' old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Evans, of North Hyde
Park avenue, Is ill.
Tonight tho Salvation Army will hold a
lawn social at 110!) Lafayette stteet. Ice
cream and cake will bo served.
A quoit club was organized recently by
a number of the residents of West Mar
ket street, and the following officers were
elected: President, Patrick Mullen; vice
president, P. J. Noone; secretary, John
Culkin; treasurer, M. J. McHugh; ser
geant nt arms, 'William O'Malley; trus
tees, James Hopkins, Thomas Ncary and
John MoGowan. A quoit team from the
organization Is open for a contest with
any team In the county. The West
Scranton team Is preferred.
Mias Mary Lynch entertained a number
of her friends at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lynch, of Mar
garet avenue, Thursday cvdnlng last.
Tliobc pieent were: Ml.sscs Julia Mur
phy, Cecilia and Mary Dcvers, Nora Hol
lcran, Margaret Ilculey, Bridget O'Horo,
Agnes llo.Ucy, Julia O'Connor and
Messrs. Michael Lynch, John Burke,
Frank Burke, William llealey and John
Daniel Golden, of West Market street,
Is spending his vacation at Atlantic City.
Ml.sscs Murphy and Murray, of Carbon
dale, have icturued home, after spending
a week with friends on Church avenue.
William Sal try, of West Market street,
ls rapidly recovering from a recent Ill
Edward Barrett, of Church avenue, is
at Indianapolis, ns a delegate to the
United Mine Workers' convention.
Patrolman Flnley Ross, of Reese street,
Is on his vacation.
Patrolman Bert Stevens, of North Main
avenue, Is back on duty, after suffering
with a lame arm.
Mrs. Thomas Shotton and children are
scpiullng their vacation at Preston Park.
Miss Maud Davit., of Tuylor, spent Sun
day with North Main avenue friends.
Mrs. B. A. Stevens and daughter, Fran
els, of North Main avenue, are visiting
friends In Montrose,
Samuel Lewis, jr., traveling salesman
for tho Pathfinder cigar, spent Sunday
with his family on North Main avenue.
William McNamara, of West Market
street, was arrested by Patrolman Hock
enberry for being drunk nnd disorderly
and resisting on Saturday evening. Mc
Namara was on Market btreet, making a
great deal of noise, and the officer ad
vised him to go home, which ho did.
Shortly nfter ho had entered his home, he
began to abuse tho officer and ordered
him from In front of his property. Mt
Namara then went into tho house unci
secured his shotgun and came out and
wanted the officer to exchange shots
with him. McNamara was placed under
arrest nnd proceeded to tear tho officers
clothes, lie was given a hearing before
Magistrate FIdler yesterday morning and
fined ?1,"j. which ho paid.
Tho North End Stars base ball team
added another victory to their long llht
by defeating tho Green Ridge amateurs
Saturday on the Circus grounds, by the
scoro of 11 to C.
MRS. ALICE J. PICKERING died
Saturday noon, nt her home, 1517 Olive
street, after a brief Illness. Mrs. Pick
ering was taken suddenly and violently
ill, Friday night, and her decline was
rapid. She was IS yoais of age, and re
sided in this city during tho past fifteen
years. Two daughters, Helen and Cora,
survive her. Short services will be held
at tho residence, 1517 Olive street, Tues
day morning at 11.30 and In the nfter
noon burial will take place at Montrose.
WILLIAM M'CONNELL, of G15
Kressler court, died yesterday nt hla
home. He wns 52 years of ngo, and
was well known In this city, where ho
pursued the carpenters' trade for some
years. Tho fuueval will be hold at a,30
o'clock tomorrow' afternoon, with ser
vices at tho residence, and Interment In
the WuBhburn btreet cemetery,
The Infant child of Mr, nnd Mrs.
Lawrence, of Bromley avenue, died
yesterday, The funeral will be held at
2.30 o'clock this afternoon, with Inter
ment ut thp Cuthedrul cemetery,
JOHN H. FREDERICK, of JS17 Blulr
avenue, died yesterday, Deceased was
a member of Ezra Griffin post, No. 13a,
Grand Army of tho Republic, tho mem
bers nf which aro expected to attend
the funeral in a body, ut 1.30 o'clock
T)lo funeial of tho Ito John Qulnn, of
Kcysor avenue, will bo hold at 6 o'clock
this morning with services at St. Peter's
cnthedrul and interment In tho Cathe
AN OLD AND WELL-TRIED REMEDT,
, MRS; WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
for children teething, Is the prescription ol
one of tho best fomnls physicians and
nurses in tho I'nltcd States, and has been
used sixty yeais with nover-falllng sue;
cess by mlllion-j of mothers for their chili
dren. During tho process of teething its
jaluo !s Incalculable It relieves the ch 14
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping In tha
bowela, and wind-colic. By giving health
jo tho child it rests tho mother. Price!
twenty-live cents u Laiila. ' '
DWELLING HOUSE DESTROYED
Wns Located at Crown Avenue and
Elg Street and Was Owned by Mrs.
Hafner Annual Outing of tho Con
gregation nnd Sunday School of
the Hickory Street Presbyterian
Church Kreuger Vereln Celebrated
at Baldner's Park Charles Graf a
Candidate for Commissioner.
A two-story dwelling house, owned
by Mrs. Hnfner, and lojfited at the
corner of Crown avenue aiid Fig street,
took lire nt 2 o'clock yesterday morning,
and, with the contents, wns destroyed.
No definite cause for the fire could
bo ascertained, but It Is believed to bo
due to a defective flue. Mr. Hafner
nwoko to find the rooms filled with
smoke, and it was with difficulty that
the tenants escaped with their lives.
An ularm was sent In, nnd tho South
Side companies responded promptly,
but could do little, as tho water pros
sure Is poor in that neighborhood. Tho
damage will amount to about $1,G00.
The Sunday school classes of tho
Hickory Street Presbyterian church
will hold their annual excursion on
Wednesday, July 23, at Lake Ariel. It
has been the custom for years to treat
the classes to a free outing, Including
all refreshments, nnd as the little folks
are usually accompanied uy parents or
guardians, the church outing Is gener
ally the biggest of the year from this
vicinity. Arrangements have been
carefully made by the committee, which
Is composed of August Kraft, chair
man; John Frlchtel, jr., Charles
Scheuch, Peter Kellerman, Fred Gen
ter, Robert Koehler and William
Nothing will be neglected to make
tho young folks happy and comfort
able, and all that Is desired Is a pleas
ant day. The children will assemble
at 7 o'clock on Wednesday morning at
the church, and march to the Erie and
Wyoming depot on Washington avenue,
where the first train will leave for the
lake at 8.13.
A second train will leave shortly af
ter, and excursion tickets will be good
on the 1.35 p. in. regular train. Law
rence's band will furnish music for the
merry makers, and a programme of
sports will be arranged for tho day.
An organization of former German
soldiers, known as thu "Krucger Ve
reln," of this side, spent a pleasant
day at Baldner's park, near Mountain
lake yesterday, and despite the weath
'er, there wus a large attendance. A
clam bake was one of the features.
There wus an abundance of refresh
ments and good fellowship throughout
The Star Social club left at 5 o'clock
yesterday morning for Lily lake, to
spend the day, with their wives and
sweethearts, and they had a merry time
regardless of tho bad weather. The
start wus made from Alder street and
Plttston avenue, and about thirty
couples madu the journey in band wag
ons. An abundance of refreshments
was provided by tho committee, and
clams In various styles were served
during the day.
NUBS OP NEWS.
Fireman William Fickus, nf Engine
company No. 4, will start on his unnual
vacation Tuesday, July -9.
An Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Dar
ling, lcsidlng on Genet street, was In
terred In tho Mlnooka cemetery yesterday
All members of tho Fourteen Friends
society are urged to attend tonight's
special meeting In tho parlors of Hotel
David T. Williams and a party of Tay
lor friends were tho guests of Jnmes F.
Best and William Smith on this side yes
terday. Charles Giaf. councilman fiom tho
Nineteenth ward. Is an aspirant for the
nomination for county commissioner on
tho Democratic ticket.
August Geiger, Charles Negll, August
Ncgll, John Deitz, Jacob Hnrtman and
Charles Shlok, of tho Oliolo Outing club,
leave today for their annual encampment
at Lake Winola. They will be Joined
later by other members of tho club.
Chris Erk, of Honesdale, bus returned
home after a visit with friends on this
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No euro,
no pay." For sale by all dealers.
Miss Ida Biiruella, of Plttston, Is tho
guest of Policeman Victor Sartor and
wife, of 9.M South Wyoming nvoniio.
Permanent Fireman Robert Wlrth, of
Hoso company No. C, returned on Sat
urday from his vacation, spent at At
A meeting of Camp 130, Tatilotlc Or
der Sons of Ameilca, will tako place In
Hartman's hall this conlng.
A man named Michael Lavello, of 303
Plttston avenue, was arrested on a war
rant at tho instance of his brother for
being drunk and disorderly. Ho was
lined $2 by Alderman Storr last evonlng
Several hundred people attended tha
Scranton Athletic club's exclusion to
Mountain Park Saturday and had a pleasi
ant time. Field sports wero held on tho
gl minds and a number of prizes awarded
Miss May Coutlary, of Carbondale, Is
tho guest of Miss Boattlco Thomas, of
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Evans nnd Mr, nnd
Mrs, Edward Evans, of Plttston, wero
recent guests nt the homo of R. N. Davis,
of Blakcly street.
Professor E, D. Uovard retained home
yesterday from u stay of several weeks
Mlbs Emily Flynii, of North Blnkoly
street, Is nt Atlantic City, where she
will spend tho noxt two weeks.
Miss Elslo Powell, of Blakoly stieet,
has returned from a pleasant sojourn
spoilt at Lako Gcorgo,
E. D. Ames will spend tho coming wcok
Misses Gertrudo nnd Martha Matthews
nre visiting Mrs. W. R. Wilson nt Mln
crqvlllo. Misses Mary Tuft and Marnn Brydcn
leavo today for Big Pond, whore tluiy
will bo tho guests of Mrs. Joseph Sol.
S. B. Bulkloy and Howard Chamberlain
havo returned from Rockland, Mo,
Lotters remaining unclaimed for at
Dunmoro station during tha peilod end
ing July 12, 1902. Persons calling for
these letters plenso say advertised: Sim
Downs, Mr. G. Kclser, station agent; Mr,
Palsoy Koeloy, Sport Hill; Mrs. Delia
Woodward, Radnika'Flyn Blrnca (F). Do
menlco Casco (No. 200), Yon Cnfkow
skl (F), Glurdl Franluto, Francisco On
cuvonl( V). Andrea Sacco (F, box 137).
Ezra II. Rlpplo, Postmaster.
Mrs. Thomas Young, of Blakely street,
Is visiting relatives In Philadelphia.
The Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor of tho Dudloy street Bap
tist church will give a lawn social at tho
church Tuesday evening. Jco cream and
1 ' - '
iH Cubanola cigars cost, one- - A
H ? third more to manufacnT V mtL
HH iuvQ than ey M I KB
5 o i gars HA M PA
IMPERIAL CIGAR CO., THE
enko will bo served. The public Is cor
Emerson Tamblyn, of Deacon street,
has returned from Honesdale.
Ray'Greely, of Stroudsburg, spent yes
terday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Grecly, of East Market street.
Mr. E. W. Finn, of Green Ridge street,
Is spending a few weeks in York stnte.
E. II. Dove, of Denver, Is visiting Green
Miss Nettle Vnn Gordon, of Dickson
avenue, Is spending her two weeks' vaca
tion In Gibson, Susquohnnna county.
Spencer's Indlnns, who havo been camp
ing Paupack for tho past month, have
returned to their respective homes.
The members and teachers of tho mis
sion on tho flats, which is under the
direction of the Christian Endeavor so
clty of the Green Rldgo Presbyterian
church, enjoyed a trolley ride to Olyphant
on Saturday afternoon, returning by way
of Petersburg nnd Nay Aug park. Dur
ing the ride, refreshments were served on
the car. This was the first outing of tho
mission and was enjoyed by about sixty
About 0 o'clock Saturday evening a
horse owned by E. G. Stevens, of Capouse
avenue, and attached to a delivery
wagon, started down Capouse avenue on
a mad rush. Tho animal was "caught at
Larch street, before any damage had
Mrs. D. J. nine, of Orson, and Mrs.
Georglo Vandorpool, of New York city,
who have been the guests of Mis. J. M.
Hlne, of Seminary Heights, Green Ridge,
returned to their homes yestculay.
Tho funeral of John S. Cooper took
placo from his late home, 1117 Green
Ridge street, yesterday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Services were conducted by Rev.
Charles Benjamin, pastor of Asbury
Methodist Episcopal church, assisted by
Rev. L. R. Foster. A quartette from tho
choir of Asbury church rendered several
muslc.il selections. The members of Ce
lestial lodge. No. S33, Independent Older
Odd Fellows, of Providence, attended the
obsequies In a body and the services at
tho grave wero under tho direction of
this iodge. The floral pieces were pro
fuse and beautiful. Among tho most no
ticeable were an anvil and hammer from
tho employes of tho Scranton Forging
company, nnd n pillow from his family.
Tho pall bearers wero Edwin J. Pearce,
Parko AVhlte. William Blight, Frank
Dean, O. P. Miller and J. Snook. Joseph
Pryor and Edgert Corwln acted as
flower bearers. Interment was made at
Forest Hill cemetery. Friends In at
tendance from out of town were: Sir. and
-Mrs. Little and Mr. and Mrs. Shafcr, of
Wilkes-Barre; Mr. and Mrs. Eshelmnn,
West Plttston; Mr. and Mrs. TInkelpaw,
of Avocu, and Mrs. TInkelpaw, of Pcck
vllle. "YELLOW KIDS" BOB UP AGAIN.
Small Boy Criminals Arrested for
Burglary and Larceny.
Four more members of the redoubt
able "Yellow Kid" gang, an aggrega
tion of bad, small boys of West Scran
ton, were arrested Saturday morning
nnd held In $300 bail each, on the
charges of burglarizing tho wholesale
grocery store of J. L. Council & Co.,
nnd of stealing a pet rabbit owned by
William Gllhool, of 116 Mifflin avenue.
Tho boys arrested wero John Graham,
Walter Woodbiidge, "Tony" Nuter nnd
John Martin. The latter Is also poetic
ally known as "Hungarian Mike." Tho
boys confessed stealing the rabbit nnd
selling It for twenty-five cents to a
man, who subsequently dined on It.
At Connoll's store the "boy brigands,"
ns they wero formerly facetiously
known, secured a stock of candy and
tobu'eeo. They effected an entry through
a window, broken last week by Martin.
Nuter was arrested a few weeks ago
nnd held under ball, for the larceny of
a revolver from Rawlins' sporting
CHILDEEN'S DAY EXERCISES.
Interesting Services at the Zion
A largo number of children and
ndults enlo.vcd tho clover Children's
day services, which weio conducted last
evening at tho Zlon Lutheran church,
A number of the older boys and girls
had been well drilled In tho regular
Children's day service of the Lutheran
church, and led by rtev. A, O, Gallcn
kttmp, went through tho exercises with
out a hitch, All of tho service wns con
ducted In German.
A number of Eongs were sung, In
which tho entire Sunday school fur
nished n strong musical chorus, nnd nn
unusual nnd pretty feature of tho ser
vices was the entrance of tho partici
pants In the programme.
As they filed down the nlsle, each
child was noticed to carry n small
bouquet of flowers, When the nltar wa's
reached these wore placed on tin no
pieces of framework, forming un an
chor, cross and harp, which were thus
transformed Into handsome set floral
$100 Reward, $100,
The readers of this paper will bo pleased
to learn that thoro Is at leabt ono dread
ed disease that sclonco lias liceu able
to euro In nil Its stages and that is Ca
tarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cuio Is tho only
positive euro now known to tho medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
dtscubu, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken In
ternally, acting dliectly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system, there,
by destioylug tho foundation of tho (lis
cuse. and giving tho patient -strength by
building up tho constitution and iiht-lstlng
nature in doing Its work. Tho propiletois
huvo so much faith In Its curatlyo pow
ers, that they olfer ono Hnmlied Dollars
for uny case that It falls to cute. Bend
for list of testlmqnlalsj
Address, F. J, CHENKY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 70c.
Hall's I'ttmlly Pills aro tho" best
109 Lacks. Ave.
In our Men's Fine Footwear, all our n
j $5.00 and $6.00 grades, in Johnson & j
; Murphy and The Stetson, in all season
J able leathers and lasts. High Q Cfl S
J Shoes and Oxfords, reduced to VV.OU J
j Men's Tap and Russian Calf Shoes, j
J $4.00 and $5.00 values, at QQ Cfl J
this sale , VW.OU
Mens Black and Tan Shoes and
j Oxfords, $3.00 and $3.50 OA nil j
j grades, reduced to. vL.tlll J
i Men's Tan Shoes and Ox- 11 OC
x fords, $2.50, now selling at yl-tw i
Ladies' Patent Leather and Dongola
J Oxfords, $3.50 and '$4.00 00 (1(1 v
5 grades, reduced to. . . . V-UU
Ladies' Patent Leather and Dongola
jjj Oxfords, $2.25, , reduced 1 CQ
s to If V If jf
J Ladies' Dongola Oxfords, Al AC i
J $1.75, reduced to vl-tWj
5 Lewis, Ruddy, Davies & Murphy, i
330 Lackawanna Avenue.
. it . se n h r. p.tftKKtett.ttftK
Coiuludcd from I'ago 3.
prized pleces'Wif money, and tho rest of
our kind will soon perish from tho earth
Ilecauso every right conception of
things, every Just thought, every gen
erous sympathy, leads mo theic, I am
for labor, first, last and all tno unio;
not because I condone its faults; but in
spite of Its faults. Tho common people!
as tho great Lincoln said, how God must
love them! elao Ho never would huvo
made so many of them. I know they
have their faults: who is thero In this
world that Is not full of fault and sin
Tho faults wo aro to conect. But In do
ing that wo must save, not destroy the
Wo must savo them, for out of them
moro than out of nny other class, In days
to como ns In days past, aro to como tho
world's leadors In knowledge, morals,
science, art and Industry. Up from tho
common peopla havo como tho world's
leaders In every ago. It can't bo other
wise, Necessity is tho Inspiration to
progress. Moses, tho greatest law-giver
tho world Iuih over seen, wns born In ab
ject slavery; David the Hebrews' great
est king, was n peasant lad; Luther was
tho son of a common laborer; Washing
ton, Franklin. Lincoln, Grant, Garllold,
McKlnley, nil camo up fiom tho common
people, As It 1ms been In days past, )n
this mntter, so It will bo In days to come.
Jesus was only a common carpenter.
Today capital and labor aiu at war In
every country excepting thoso where tho
common peoplo havo not yet como up
f mm -slavei y, It disturbs us, It lightens
our pockets, wo osu patience and sym
pathy with those who do tho world's
dirtiest, most laborious, and "extra hnz
uiilnus" woiis. Hut dear friends, thoro
la moro of liopo than despair to bo seen
In It all. God Is In Ills world nnd Is guid
ing tho light, And at last right, Justice
nnd love must win. Tho tlmo will como
when rapltal not only will bo Just, but
generous, yes live tho law of lovo, For
that day wo must speak and work.
DRILLS ARE SUSPENDED.
An order suspending company drills
until tho fall, will be Issued. today from
tho headquarters of the Thirteenth
regiment. It rends us follows;
Headquarters Thirteenth Ileglmcnt, N,
Scranton, I'a., July 21, 1902,
Ileglmental Orders, No. 13.
Company drills nio hereby suspended
until tho first Monday In October, 1902.
Hy order of
L. A. Watres, Colonel.
D. B. Athcrton, AdJutuut.
TODAY'S D., L. AND W. BOARD.
Following Is the. make-up of tho
Delaware, Lackawanna and Yestern I
board for toaay:
DISTRIBUTORS OF COBANOLA CIGARS
The Largest and most
artistic line ever shown
in the city.
121 Washington Avenue.
Allis-Chalmers Co '
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scr;antoa
and Wllkes-Barre. Pa.
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
MONDAY, Jl'LY 21.
Extras L'ast-T u. m., woik train, P,
Summlts-S a. m., Carrlgg with Hennl
Pushers 7 u. in., Lamping: S a. m.,
Houscr; 11.45 a. in., Morau; 7.30 p. in.,
Murphy; 0 p. m., W. II. Bartholomew.
Helpers 1.30 u. in., Luttlmer; 7 a. in ,
Gatfney; 10 a. in., Sccor; 3.13 p. m., Stan,
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