The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, July 23, 1902, Page 6, Image 6

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Deputy Constable Jacobs Sued for the Re
covery of Money Paid Him to Discover a
Man's Truant Wife Other Notes. .
Somip time HBO (lie wife of Wnsnlll
FlelloiniBC of "II Seranlon street,
clopetl with nnotlicr inun, iititl ns Wns
nlll felt very bad, be commissioned
Deputy Constable Chnrlea Jncobs to
hunt her up and try to persuade her to
return to bis fireside, doing before
Alderman Noour, he slBiicd nil aprec
incut to the effect Hint Jacobs was to
try to find the truant wife. Ho wus
p.ild 127.
Jacobs did some detective work, but
was unable to locate the missing wo
man. He, however, kept the $27 In
payment for services tendered.
WhshIII wanted bis money back,
claiming that ho did not pay It to
Jacobs for trying to tlnd the missing
woman, but be pafd It with the under
standing that It was to bo returned If
the woman was not found. Jacobs took
refuge behind a written agreement, and
refused to ictuin the money, with the
result that WusMlI went before Alder
man Kellow and swore out a warrant
for Jacobs' at rest, on the charge of
false pretenses.
At the hearing, last evening, the al
derman decided thai WhshIII did not
Know enough of the English language
to sign a binding agreement, and so
placed Jacobs under $300 ball to answer
at court. The ball was furnished.
Surprise Party.
On Monday evening a surprise party
wii3 given Miss Annie D.ivles, of Mor
ris court, by a host of her young
friends, In honor of her twelfth birth
day. Piano selections were rendered by
Annie Davlcs, Margaret Jones nnd
Samuel Coyne.
Those present were: Misses Maggie
nnd Essie Davles, Lily, Ella and Emily
Seymour, Annie Phillips, Mary Hart,
Maud and Bcss-ie Jones, Gladys and
Ella .Hague, Edith Jones, May Douse.
Hattle Akesoit, Nellie Kline, Flossie do
Gruchy, Mary, Cora, Sadie and May
Morgan, Miriam Thomas, Margaret and
Catherine Roberts, Jennie Frantz, Edith
and Sadie Jones, Margaiet Pnrflt, John
Holvey, Willie Morgans, Charlie and
Arthur Williams, Hugh Johnson, John
"-. ,. P. 0. S. of A. Parade.
Last evening the Patriotic Order
Sons of America hold a parade to ad
vertise their coming uxcurhion to Moun
tain Park on July 26. The parade was
headed by n white mule with n black
rider. Following this were a number
of fantastically dressed men with horns
., tind a bandwagon tilled with the Vet
erans' Drum corps. The parade at-
Ths Best Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
101 S. Main are.
traded much attention, owing to the
colored lights burned nlong the line of
march, which extended over the prin
cipal streets of the West Side nnd cen
tral city.
The excursion will be run by Camp
No. 178. The excursion train will leave
iho Central depot at S.1B, nnd the ex
cursion tickets will also be good on the
1 o'clock train. Several prizes will be
offered for races, base ball and other
Funeral of John MoWllliams.
At 9 o'clock. yesterday morning was
held the funeral or the late John Mc
Wllllams, a former resident of this
side, who passed to his reward on Sun
day In Pittsburg, where he moved
some six years ago, after a forty years'
residence In this city.
At the home of his son, on Swctland
street, the friends nnd relatives were
permitted to look for the last time
ui)oii the remains. From the home the
funeral cortege moved to St. Patrick's
church, where a solemn high mnss of
requiem was celebrated. Rev. P. E.
Lavelle nnd Rev. Fattier Dunn had
charge of the services.
Around the casket were banked num
erous floral tributes from the children,
grandchildren and friends. The floral
offerings embraced a pillow, cross, cas
ket bouquets and other set pieces. The
church choir, under the leadership of
Miss Johnson, sweetly rendered appro
priate sacred music.
The pall-bearers were John Cannon,
Thomas Cosgrove, Michael Holland,
John L. O'Malley, Christopher Flehlcr
and John McAndrew. Interment was
made in the Cathedral cemetery.
On account of, unavoidable delay in
having Mr. Cai son's report, the time
for the purchnse of Continental Na
tional oil stock, with free oil certifi
cates, has been extended to August 1,
giving who failed to secure same
on the 34th Instant another opportun
ity. B. G. Morgan, 103 North Muln ave
nue. '
Miss Mattlc O. Kynon. of Stark's court,
and MIts Gertrude S. Loomls. of North
Lincoln avenue, are summering at Loo
mls' lake. Susquehanna county.
The funeral of James, the Infant son of
Mr. and Mr?. Long, of nOI Jackson street,
wn. held yesterday afternoon. After
brief services the little one was laid at
rest In the Cathedral cemetery.
Messrs. Harry Eclwauls and Flank
Coons, of South Main avenue, left yes
terday morning for Lake Winoln.
Camp 33, Patriotic Order Sons of Amer
ica, will meet in Washington hall this
Helen, the 4-months-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Locker, of North
Lincoln avenue, is seriously ill with chol
era infantum.
Tills morning at D o'clock. In St. Pat
rick's church, will take place the wed
dings of two well known West Sldo
i Complete Clearance 1
1 In Fine Laces I
Our entire stock has now been turned over
to the tender merclies of the skilled bargain hunt
er. We've made the prices right, and the hard
est task left for the knowing buyer is to choose
between the various styles of prettiness and
handsome effects.
The assortment is large enough iu all
conscience, while the generousness of the reduc
tions, will delight the intelligent buyer who
knows something of values. Laces will be much
worn all through the Autumn, Fall and Winter
seasons. Styles may change a little (that's why
we're pushing this clearance), but it will take
the skilled eye to detect the difference, and the
woman of taste and judgment who buys now
may save about half what will be charged for
very similar goods later on.
Point Venice Laces
Widths, 3 to 6 inches. Ex-
quisito patterns, in clean, fresh
stock, and actually at half
price. See its beauties at
0c and Qc the Yard.
Galoon Insertings
In cream, white and linen
shades. The choicest product
ions of the year at the follow
ing prices:
Regular 10c quality at 10c
fll Regular 18c quality at 12 l-2o
: Regular 25c quality at 15c
a Imitation Torchons
a That sell regularly at 8c the
X yard in most stores. Your
A choice this week at 3c.
a Lace Insertings
J5 Dainty styles, in cream or
J white, that have sold at 8c and
a iuo inu yarn, special
j price this week 3c,
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Point da Paris Laces
Tho favorite of tho season, in jj;
moderate prices. Laces nnd all &
the choice- patterns nre still
Regular 10c quality at 0c
Regular 20c quality at 14c
Other qualities up to 50c
at 10c.
Higher Class Lacss
In Irish Crochet, Escurial,
Batiste, Point Vonlco, Fillets
in Bands, Medalions, All Overs,
etc. At as great reductions as
the foregoing, and they're all
All Over Laces
That sold at from 50c to $1,
the yard. No stint in the as
sortment. Colors black, cream
and wnite. Choice of the lot
for 25c,
The Store Closes Every Evening
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couples. Tho contracting parties are
John Gallagher nnd MIbb Margaret Mlly,
both of Lttzerno street, uttd James Mu
DoiioiibIi, of Luzerne street, iind Mlsa
Elizabeth Mnlla, of Twentieth street.
Knlcrprlso lodge, Loyal Khlghts of
America, will run their annual excursion
to Harvey's Lake, on Aug, II.
Mr. Davis, of Oxford, has ac
cepted a lucrative position at Hartford,
Alias Annlo Lnkc, of North Lincoln
nvenue, Is home from Oarbondalc,
Mis. W. T, Jenkins, who lias been tho
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.- W. J. Davlcs, of
South Main avenue, has returned to her
home In Albany.
Mrs. William TtionuK, of South Main
avenue, Is visiting In Iloncsdalc.
Tho principal topic of conversation
among the West. Sldo newsboys has been
tho plcnlo nt Nay Aug park today. All
tho newsboys and nowsglrls from this
side, who peddle for tho Times, are re
quested to meet at that ofllco at ,39.
All who sell papers for T. K. Price aro
requested to meet at his place of busi
ness at the same hour, so that they will
receive their tickets, buttons and badge.
Mr. and Mis. W. O. Katon, of South
Sumner avenue, welcomed a little daugh
ter to their homo on Sunday.
The Alumni Athletic association held
an Interesting and Important meeting In
the old Stouuin school house last even
ing. Tho principal work done was to
oiganlzc a tlrst class foot ball team.
The latter part of this month will oc
cur tho wedding of Myles Morgan, of 27i!J
Jackson stieet, to Miss Kate Sweeney,
of Twenty-first stieet.
Ilogcr Dvnns and family, of South Main
avenue, will leave on Saturday for Lake
Mrs. Morris Williams, of South Hydo
Park .avenue, Is spending a few days as
the guest of friends nt Jcrmyn.
Druggist C. H. Shrycr. of North Main
avenue, Is homo from New York.
The regular weekly prayer meeting oC
tho First Baptist church will be held this
The Jackson Street Baptist church has
been greatly Improved In beauty by a
coat of paint.
Governor Stone's Appointment of
Druggist Davis to Serve on the
State Pharmaceutical Board.
G. W. Davis, the popular druggist, of
AVcst Market street, and lecenlly ap
pointed by Governor Stone on the stato
board for tho examination of candidates
for certificates as pharmacists, is one of
our most promising citizens, lie has been
engaged in the ding business a great
number of years and tho position on tho
board by the pharmacists of the stato
Itself Indicates the high standing lie has
attained. Ho received a commercial edu
cation at Wood's Business college and
after graduating secured a position with
Simpson & Watkins nt C.irbondale as a
bookkeeper. Ho remained at this t'er
about tin ce years. He was picparcd for
his pic&cnt position at Reed's drug store
ujul tho Philadelphia College of Phar
macy. He Is one of our leading Republican
workers, and is deeply interested in tho
North Scranton Republican club.
Installation of Officers.
The following ofllcers of the Rescue
lodge, 271, Knights of I'ythla", were In
stalled last evening by District Deputy
Chancellor Commander i'.. W. DoWlglu:
Chancellor, Thomas J. Gwynnc; vice
chancellor. Charles Richards; prelate,
Siiniiicl Jeffries: master at arms, Will
iam A. Bowen: keeper of record nnd seal,
Alfred John: master of 11 nance, Walter
Christmas; master of exchequer, John B.
Owens; master of work, Joseph Williams;
Inner gt'nrd, Thomas B. Morgan; outer
guard, John RichnuR
Annual Picnic.
Tho ladles of tho Homo nnd Foreign
Mislsonary societies of tho Providence
Presbyterian church held their annual
outing at Nay Aug park yesterday after
noon. The ear left Weston placo at 4 o'clock
In tho afternoon and returned nt an early
evening hour. At thu park tho party
was served with a delightful repast.
Stars Again Victorious.
The Invincible North Iind Stais scored
another lctory yesterday In a one-sided
game by defeating the Actives, of Dutch
Gap, by tho scoro of "JS to !). Tho visit
ing team was not in the samo class as
tho Stars. The star playing nt" the game
was by David Thomas, tho crack eollego
player at light Meld, his running one hand
catch being the featuro of tho game,
Batteries, McCluskie, Williams and Da
vis, for the Stars, ami Bright und Rich
ards, for tho Actives.
Mrs, John Newberry, of Throop street,
is III with bronchitis,
Miss llattlo Owens, rif Bllck avenue,
has returned from a visit tu Philadel
phia and Atlantic City.
Patrick Magulre, of Kansas City, is tho
guest of John Regan, of Brick nvonuo.
Bauer's band gavo an open air concert
from a stieet car on the Miunro last even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson, of North
Main avenue, are entei tabling Charles
Sartnn and son, of Newark, N, J.
Raymond Robinson, of William street,
has returned from Newark to upend tha
summer with his parents.
Mrs, William Hartshnin and daughter,
of Spring street, aro spending tho Mini
nicr at iJikcArlol,
Tho Green Rldgo Amateurs and the
North Kud Stars will play a gnino of
baso ball on Von Starch's grounds this
John Regan, of Oak street, Is visiting
friends In Sullivan county, N, Y,
Dr. V. W. Jenkins, of Olyplmnt, spent
Inst evening with iclatlvca on Bllck ave
nue. ,
Tho members bf tho North Scranton
Glco club, are requested to attend a spe
cial mooting this evening. Tho election of
officers for tho ensuing year will take
placo and the proposition to sing at At
lantic City will bo decided unon.
Miss Maiy Morgan, of Wayno avenue,
hnB returned homo nfter spending two
weeks In Passaic and Wilkes-BniTe.
Mrs. Vrombcrry, of Amelia nvenue, left
Monday to visit her sister nt Bildgeport,
Mrs. Bernard Davis nnd son. Clark, of
Wayne avenue, have returned to their
homes ufter' spending a tow days with
friends at Honcsdulo.
Karl Loveless, of Church avenue, Is
spending his vacation at Honesdalo.
Klrcmun Joseph Malonoy ami wife and
Misses Ullzubcth Davenport nnd Eliz
abeth Mnloy, nnd Crtllman Joseph Cerlno
hnvo returned homo nfter it pleasant
fishing trip at Kownnco lake.
A very largely nttended meeting of tho
I'ourttcn Friends took place In the Best
hotel parlors, Monday evening, to mnko
arrangements for the nnnunl excursion,
nnd much Interest was taken In the pro
ceedings. Nearly every member was In
Ids place when' President John Lcntcs
called the meeting to order, and the prin
cipal topic of the session was nt ouco
taken Up. It was decided to run nn ex
curslon to Lnko Ariel next month, nnd
tho following committee of arrangements
Wns appointed by tho chair: John Do
main, .mines f, ucst, William Budcn
bach, Charles Hclcr and Ocorgo Miller.
Tho excursion wan arranged for Aug. SI.
Tho commltteo will meet again tomorrow
The societies nfllllntcd with St. Mary's
German Catholic church have decided to
run a Joint excursion to Mountain Pnik
next month, nnd at a meeting of tho ar
rangements committee, held nt August
Rchncr'fl, on Prospect nvenue, last even
ing, the following olficcrs were named:
President, August Hchner; secretary,
Kdward C. Klos; treasurer, John P. Phil
lips. A refreshments committee was then
choen. ns follows: John P. Phillips, John
Sccgger, Michael Wetter. P. C. Snyder,
Theodore Fetzer nnd Isndorc Miller. An
other meeting will take place Saturday
evening. The societies which will tnko
part In the excursion nre: Tho Knights
of St. George, St. Peter's society, St.
Mary's Glee club, and St. Joseph's soci
ety. The Sunday school classes of the Hick
ory Street Presbyterian church will as
semble this morning at 7 o'clock, outside
the church, and will march to the Erie
depot, whero they will take the train for
Lake Ariel to spend tho riny. As tho
hundreds of children are generally ac
companied by parents, It will bo one of
the largest excursions of tho season, pro
viding tho weather Is favorable. Tho
little ones will bo provided as usual with
free tickets, and a abundance of cat
nblcs will be served frco on the picnic
grounds. The first train leaves at 8.15,
and will be followed shortly nfter by u
special. Excursion tickets will be good on
the regular 1.33 p. m. train. Lawrence's
band will lead tho march to the depot,
and nlso furnish music on the grounds,
William Wirth found a cat n few days
ngo with Its head tightly wedged in nn
old tomato can. He released pussy from
her cruel torture.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure nil coyghs. "No cure,
no pay." For sale by all dealers. "
Editor Little, of the Serantonian, Ar
rested by M. W. Guernsey.
Kditor Richard Little, of the Seran
tonian, was held in $300 ball yesterday,
by Alderman Myron Knsson, on the
charge of libel, preferred by M. W.
Guernsey. This Is the third time Little
has been arraigned before the nlder
mnn In the last two weeks, on this
charge, Guenuey swearing out all of
the warrants.
The alleged libel which raused yes
terday's arrest consisted of an cditoilnl
in last Sunday's Serantonian. Little
waived a hearing and entered bail.
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for his advice, and the kind and
encouraging fetters he wrote
me. 1 would advise every
woman suffering with female
, disease to consult him."
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Men's Suits
$10.00 and $12.00 Suits now reduced to $8.25
$15.00 and $18.00 Suits now reduced to $9.75
$18.00 and $20.00 Suits now reduced to $1 1.75
$30.00 and $28 "Atterbury Suits," the fash
ionable clothes that have created such fav
orable comment among the best dressers.. $18.50
50c Suits 39c
75c Suits 63c
$Ko Suits 98c
$2.oo Suits $1.10
$2.25 Suits... . 1.75
$1.75 Suits 1.25
Boys' Cloth Ves
tee Sailor Blouse and
Long Pants Suits
marked at prices
that gives you a sav
ing opportunity that
only occurs in the
store twice 'every
Men's Trousers
$3.50 and $3.00 Trousers reduced to $2.50
$4.00 and $3.50 Trousers reduced to $2.75
$5.00 Trousers now reduced to $3.50
$6.00 Trousers now reduced to $4.00
$8.50 and $6.50 Trousers reduced to $4.75
50c Short Pants,
good cloth qualities,
reduced -5 n
Boys' Straw Hats
in sailor and yacht
shapes. Re- f rr
ducedto v
Boys' Fancy Shirt
Waist. Re- An
duced to.... T"
Children's Straw
Sailors in Fancy
"Chip" and "Milan."
to :..
Boys' Shoes
$2.50 and $2.00 Boys' Shoes, in sizes z4 to 5,
in Patent Leather, Box Calf and Vici Kid d tj
Clearing Price tpl.OU
The Little Gent $1.50 qualities,
sizes 8 to 13. Reduced to
Men's Shoes, Oxfords
The ,HananM Shoe is the best shoe made at
$t) 00 a pair. Small lots have accumulated in our
Shoe Department. So they are reduced Hrj &C
You'll find in our hat and Furnishing Department things that you need
that are seasonable; the regular prices have been lowered to clear out small lots
. that will accumulate in a large and busy store.
Complete Outfitters.
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