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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1902.
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The News of
f FOR'KHNT-Tho Congregational parsonv
mMepslon Riven Aug. IB. Address Win,
Shelly, 137 S. Churcli Btrect, Curbomlulo,
DOWN THE VALLEY
ON THE TROLLEY
-Wnnochla Club Provides a Delight
ful Outing for a Numbor of Their
Friends A Hare Time Other
Social Happenings of Interest.
The members of the Plnnochte club
proved themselves to bo entertainers
of the first class liist evening, when
they gnvo a number of friends n ride
down the valley on a specially char
' The rur left. Church street switch nt
6.30 pj hi; and was headed for a trip to
Scranton, at which place the merry
crowd moved for Williams' Ice cream
taarlors. After partaking of u good
"" share of frozen sweetness, they once
more got aboard the special and pro-
ceeded on the delightful return trip up
uho valley anu reached this city about
'"a ill o'clock,
r 2 The members of the club were heart
"" lly congratulated on the way tbe affair
'was conducted, and all the friends that
'.were with them are very ..enthusiastic
In praise of the trip. It was quite a
J social event.
'- ' The megaphones of the Press club",
l which have done good service In the
cause of the Crescents, were loaned for
the occasion, and with lusty voices at
. the trumpet end they served to awaken
the towns along the valley, particu-
1 larly Archibald, which was passed after
., ,the 8 o'clock curfew had rang and all
the natives had gone to sleep.
The following young ladles constitute
the club: Misses Edith Butlev, Grace
.Hall, Grace Munn, Emma Kalil, Gus-
.""sle Jadwtn and Mary and Isabelle Yar-
The party was given In honor of their
guest, Miss Host, of Port Jervls, N. Y.,
who Is spending a two weeks' visit
with her cousins, Misses Isabelle and
' ' Mary Yarrlngton, of Wayne street.
DEATH OF LIEUT. GEE..
Sad Coincidence of Battery No. 2,
Heavy Artillery, Reunion.
On the eve of invitations being sent
1 cut for the thirty-third annual le
unlon and the anniversary of the for
tieth year since Battery No. 2, Pennsyl
vania volunteer heavy artillery was
mustered Into the service for three
years, or dining the war, comes the
sad announcement of the death of
Lieutenant William Gee, of West Pitts
ton. Mr. Gee went out with the company,
then know as "Schooley's Independent
Battery," and was constantly with his
command, excepting the time when he
was away lecoverlng fiom a shell
wound lecelved in the trenches before
Petersburg, Va. As a soldier, he was
dearly loved by all of his "boys." He
was as loyal to his citizenship as he
was to his country's flag. As a Chris
tian gentleman ho was beyond re
proach. He was present a our re
union at Nay Aug park, Scranton, last
year. In fact, all of. these gatherings
were brightened by his presence. To
show how much he loved the "Battery
Boys," Comrade J. M. Alexander, of
Carbondale, In an address at the last
annual reunion, related the following
touching incident, revealing the gener
ous character of the' man, and how
comrades of the war are so bound to
"Our regiment, after marching for
several days, reached 'Cold Harbor' In
the evening. Nothing had been eaten
since morning and then the small rem
nants of a five day's ration of raw
pork and crumbs of hard-tack formed
the frugal meal." Alexander, belng
among the A's, was detailed on picket.
He spoke to Lieutenant Gee as he was
falling into line with the detail, "It's
hard to go on duty with an empty
stomach." Lieutenant Geo said, "I
, have two hard-tack left; you can have
one of them." Alexander said, "It was
the sweetest morsel I over ate, ns it
was seasoned with true comradeship."
In our city are burled seven of tills
battery: William II. Davis (for whom
our post is named); Henry J. Baker, C.
A. Mason, Lucius Marshall, John Scur
ry, James M. Stewart, William M.
Thompson. The reunion this year will
bo held at Nay Aug park, Scranton, on
August IB. Charles Vanderburg, of
Wllkes-Bnrre, and William Gee were
both present one year ago and will be
missed. The ranks are closing up to a
But not, wo think, our column small,
All unsuppoitrd stands;
For do wo not at times tecall
Tho touch of vanished hands;
So could wo lift tho curtain drear.
That maltcs tho Gioat Divide,
Our comra'des lost would then appear
Still matching by our sldo.
A phono message was received here
asking J. M. Alexander to act as pall
bearer at tho funeral Friday ut 3 p. m.
Ho will leave hero prior to that time
and meet L. H. Wint, of Providence,
nnd William Davis, of Scranton, mem-
, bers, of, tho company, who will also act
j Plttstnn.-'n.ml Carbondale papers
! Enjoyed Annual Picnic,
A rare occasion was observed by tho
j members of tho "Whatsoever class" of
j the IJjrcjjn; Bnjitist church pn"Wcdnes-
dajj wJiMthey!helntiielf annual pic-
nlo at "tho honio ofMrs. Charles Lum-
oreaux and, lucldontull)', celebrated the
t birthday anniversary of nvo of their
ATtor'an exchange of' greetings nnd
LH-JteWlH bocjul time, an elaborate
-s?1tmcheon was partaken and with a
wJ!ibtJi'ar)0,&rflYeXB,I(lll8 Wged the
; party and at i o'clock, after voting
J; Mrs. Lamorcaux a delightful hostess,
5 theguests departed.
5 TJ&oif PCSe'"1; were; Mesdumes Em-
ti $100 Reward, 8100.
? The readcia of this paper will bo pleased
. to learn that tliero la at least one drcud
J3ed disease that science has boon ahio
pto euro In all its Btuees und thut la C'u
Zjtarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure it, jhe only
positive euro nowknown to thu medical
3 fraternity,. Catarrh being a constitutional
Uteemsy lequlres constitutional treat
5 nSnl tHalf a Catarrh Chrq is taken in.
g ternally, aotlng directly upon the blood
H and mucoVst surfaces of the system, thero
KbfceBtT?5tiW,je,1ounla,on of tho dls.
wers, that they offer one Hundred Dollars
K for any case, that It falls. V) qure. Bciyl
?tor Hat of testimonials.'7' ..rf""
H Sold by Druggists. 75c. '"' O.
ft wall's Fvnilv fllls are the best.
ft building up the constitution and assisting
S. nature In doing its work. The proprietor
"have so much faith in Its curatli'n'n.;,
cry Holls, Clark iiotzol, Adallno Esta
brook, Hcnjamln Dlmock, Fitch, Fantz,
S. li, Carlton, Ann Holgatc, Isaac New
ton, Grant Vail, William Ktuipp, Frank
Lamorcaux, Davenport, Lufaycttc Kil
mer, Chester Wright, John Bateman,
Chnrlcs Kase, Frank Cohvell, Tallman,
Sllsbcc, Misses Loretta Coogon, Pearl
lamorcaux and about twenty children,
who hlso had a good time.
TOOK THE WHITE VEII.
Impressive Ceremony, Followed by
Reception, at St. Rose Convent.
Ten young women received the wlilto
veil at St. Hose's convent yesterday
,mornlng. In honor of the event tho
Sisters of the Immaculate Heart, of tho
convent, gave a reception, which com
menced nt 8 o'clock, with a high mass
celebrated by lit. llov. Bishop M. J,
Hoban. He was Assisted by Rev.
Fathers iCoffcy and Fechley. Bishop
Hoban pleached a bermon on the Sis
terhood, saying their life was one of
example, work nnd prayer.
Tho young ladles who received tho
white veil, and the names they adopted,
are as follows: I
Miss Charlotte O'Malley, of Pltt3ton,
In religion Sister Mary Barbour.
Miss Bridget Holleran, of Pittston, in
religion Sister Mary George.
Miss Agnes O'Brien, of Pittston, in
religion Sister Mnrv Benedict.
Miss Delia Kelly, of Pittston, in re
ligion Sister Mary Eugenia.
Miss Susie Tlerney, of Scranton, in
religion Sister Mary Magdallnn.
Miss Catherine Dlsken, of Scranton,
in religion Sister Mary Helena.
Miss Madeline Tallman, of Scranton,
In religion Sister Mary Cornelia.
Miss Ella O'Sulllvan, of New York
city, In religion Sister Mary Anltn.
Miss Julia Langan, of Olyphant, in
religion Sister Mary BenIto.,
Miss Nellie McCarthy, "of Susque
hanna, in religion Sister Mary Wini
fred. THE CRESCENTS GO TO
PORT ON WEDNESDAY
Will Play a Return Game with the
Jervisites on Their Own Grounds.
Manager Tappan, of the Crescents,
has arranged finally for the game at
Port Jervls, and on Wednesday our
"Pets" will go to the town on the
Delaware to play a return game with
tho club at that nlace.
The Ciesrents will' leave at 7.2 over
the Delaware and Hudson to Hones
dale und thence via the Erie to Port
Jervls. They will not be able to make
train connections to return the same
night and will remain in Billy Miller's
town thut evening, the guests of Never
slnk division, Brotherhood of Railway
DIED OF APPENDICITIS.
Michael F, McGowan, of West Side,
Succumbs After Numerous At
tacks. Michael F. McGowun, of Garden
street. West Side, died yesterday af
ternoon at 5 o'clock from an attack of
Mr. McGowan was first stricken nine
months ago. He never recovered fully
fiom the attack. Since then he suf
fered several recurrent attacks and a
week ago was stricken again, this time
dangerously. An abscess developed
and his Intestines become to badly in
volved that when he was operated on
on Monday his condition was regarded
as hopeless. What chance there might
be in surgical interference was taken,
however, but to no avail. He sank
gradually Until death came last even
ing. The deceased was born In Ireland, but
lived In Carbondale since boyhool. He
was a miner by occupation and was
widely known about the town. For a
number of years he made It a business
to rent the boats which were on the
"Mud pond" on the West mountain,
while that place was more popular than
now. He is survived by his wife and
one child. His death will be .a shock
to his numerous friends and will be
Newspaper Men nt Poyntelle.
E. D. Lathrop, Of the Evening Leader;
John W. Grant and Walter Loftus, of
the Republican, and Martin T. O'Malley,
of The Tribune, of this city, accom
panied the Lackawanna Valley news
paper men on their outing at Poyntelle
yesterday as the guests of the Ontario
& Western railroad and C. II. Smith,
of the Poyntelle house. The day was
delightfully bpent, the happenings of
which nro reported at length in the
local columns of today's Tilhune. The
temporary organization of tho Lacka
wanna Valley Press association was
among the most Important doing of the
day. The Carbondale Press club was
an important, if not tho chief factor
In making this project an established
Committee Awards Painting Contract
School Directors Vonnnn and Evans,
of the building committee of the school
board met Wednesday night and after
considering the following bids for paint
ing and decorating work at tho high
school, Evan Thomas, $300; V. J. Finch,
$177; W. If. Alexander, $170; G. A.
Ackermun, $166; II. Frank & Son, $135;
awarded tho bid to Frank & Sons, their
bid being the lowest.
Tho school board, as a whole, took
no action on the bids, the committee at
tho last meeting having been granted
power to net after the bids wore sub
mitted. Mr. Hughes of the committee,
was not present ut the meeting.
Going to Atlantic City Today.
A lurge number of C'arhondallans
will go to Atlantic City today op tho
annual excursion of tho Red Men.
Among those who will go are; The
Mioses Nellie Wade, Annie Gorman,
Hilda Burke, Mis. John Heese, daugh
ter, Muy and son, Arthur, Mrs. John
Wude, Anna Moian, Nora O'llearn,
Messrs, Michael Nolan, Frank Roylan,
David Walsh, James La very, William
Fox and Richard Mulone,
A Dance This Evening,
Messrs. Roswell and Silas McMullen
will entertain nt an Informal dance in
the Durke building this evening. A de
lightful time Is anticipated.
At the Recherche Dance.
Among tho&e froni out of town who
attended the Recherche dance were the
Misses Angela UtewJtt, I.enore McLean,
Margaret Mouohau, Ma mo Lee, of
Scranton; Ethel Ousterhaus and Nellie
Bwlgert, of New York city; Gertrude
""'"i " vw, wjiwuuci
Wlsley, of Plains; Mary and James
ITCHING BURNING AND SCALY ERUPTIONS
OF THE SKIN SCALP AND BLOOD WITH
LOSS OF HAIR CURED BY CUTICURA.
Tho ngonlMng Itehlue nnd burning of tho skin, m In Ecrnnn', tho fright
ful scnllup; ns in psoriasis - tho loss of hnlr nnd crusting of tho scalp, us In
sculled bead; tho facial dlflflgurcment. 119 In pimples and ringworm j tho
awful sulTcrlng of Infants, and tho nnxlcty of worn-out parents, ns In milk
crust, tetter, nnd salt rheum, nil demand n remedy of utmost superhuman
virtues to successfully oopo with thorn. ThatCUTicuKA remedies nro such
.stands proven boymiu nil doubt. No statement Is inndo regarding thorn that
Is uot Justified by tho etrougest evidence. Tho purity nnd sweetness, tho
power to Word Immediate relief, tho cortnlnty of speedy nnd pc'nnnncnfc
euro, tho nbsoluto safety, nnd grc.it economy have mndo them tho standard
eklu curc3 nnd humour remedies of tho civilized world.
COMPLETE TREATMENT $1.00.
Tho treatment Is simple, direct, ngroeablo, nnd cconomlcnl, nnd Is ndnptcd
to tho youngest Infant ns well ns ndults of every ngc. Bntho tho nfl'ected
parts with hot water nnd Cuticuka Soap, to clcnnso tho p.urfaco of crusts
and scale's, and soften tho thickened cuticle. Dry, wll'hout hard rubbing,
nnd apply Cuticura Ointment f rccly, to nllay Itdilng, Irritation, nnd Inflam
mation, nnil sootho nud heal, nud lastly ttikotho Cuticura. Hksolvknt Pi t.r.3,
to cool nnd elcanso tho blood. This sweet, wholcsomo treatment affords
Instant relief, permits rest nnd sleep in tho severest forms of eczema nud
other Itching, burning, nud scaly humours of tho skin, senjp, nntl blood, and
points to a speedy, permauont, nnd economical euro when nil clso falls.
Mjlliorisof Women Use Cuticura Soap
AsBlsfcd by CtmctmA Ointment, for prcsoirltiR, purifying, nnd licnuttfjinft theekln, "or
cleansing the sculp ut crusts, M-alcs, nnd dnndrulT, nnd tho stopping of fulling lintr, for
Boftcnlnj:, whitening, and eootlilng red, rough, nnd uoro hands, for unby rashes, ltclilnge,
nnd cluflngg, In tho form of baths for nnuoylng Irritations nnd Inflnntmatlons or too frco
or ofTenslTO perspiration, In Uio form of washes for ulcerntlro weaknesses, nnd for mnny
sanative, nntlsoptio purposes which remllly suggost themselves to women, especially
mothers, nnd for nil tho purposes of tho toilet, bath, nnd nursery.
PIITIPMQ1 .RPQMUFNT DIM? (Chocolate Coated) nro a now, tsstcloss,
bU I luUnH 'nCoULVCil I rlLLO odorless, economlc.il sulistlttito for tho re)'
cbroteel liquid CoTicon Resolvent, ns well ns for nil other blood purifiers and humour
cures. Earn pill Is equivalent to one teaspoonful of liquid Resolvent, rut up in scrow
capped pocket rials, containing CO doses, prlco 25c.
..CoIi?rRA P"!i" V M throughout tlio warld. Sor. ISO , Oiitmt, vk , Pitts, Mc. Btltlnh npoti
S7-S3.Chrtcrhouis Sn., London. French Uenoti s Hue de U 1'ilx, l"ni. l'onia Dico xao Cutx. Coip..
Walsh, of Pittston; Messrs. P. T. Tlellly
and John Landers, of Scranton.
An Evening at Cards.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Coughlin enter
tained the Kuchre coterie at their home
on Spring street, Tuesday evening. The
host and hostess were most acceptablo.
Mrs. J. J. Reed, of Portland, Maine,
nee Miss Julia Coughlin, was the suc
cessful one In the guessing contest and
received- first prize, a va"se. The win
ners in the euchre games were Mr3, J.
J. O'Boyle and B. A. Kelly, while Mrs.
Keene and Peter Lavln received the
Another Child Dies.
The' extraordinary large number of
deaths among the children of the town
was Increased yesterday by Bessie, the
ten-months old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Gordon, of Gordan avenue,
succujmblng to cholera Infantum, which
lias been the chief cause of death
among the little ones.
The funeral will take place this af
ternoon; burial in St. Rose cemetery.
To Niagara Palls, Saturday.
On account of the return limit con
ditions being very liberal, for the Erie's
$3 to Niagara Falls and $1 to Toronto
excursion, leaving Carbondale at 9 p.
m., Saturday, August 2, a large crowd
Is making preparations to take in this
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fred Masters, of
upper Belmont street, are rejoicing over
the arrival at their home of a. bouncing
boy. It is their first born.
MrS. Patrick Lunny, of South Main
street, attended the Henley funeral in
Dunmore, yesterday morning.
Dr. Wheeler, who has been suffering
from pneumonia for several days, con
tinues to Improve.
Mrs. F. J. Doyle, removed her house
hold effects from Williams avenue to
the Neary block on Belnlont street.
Fred Spanley, of Jeffrey street, Is ly
ing very 111 and little hope of his recov
ery is entertained.
Leon Brlggs, of Schenectady, N. Y.,
who was called hero by the death of
bis grandmother, Mrs. LInderman, has
returned to his duties at the Electrical
works at that place.
Miss Jessie Matthews has resumed
her position nt tho Purple Undertaking
company's ofllce after an absence of
two weeks caused by a threatened at
tack of typhoid fever.
W. R. Johnson, formerly general man
ager of the Carbondale Metal company,
has accepted a position at the Interna
tional Correspondence schools at Scran
ton, and ho and his wife have again
taken up their residence In that city.
THE PASSINO XHBONO.
David Morgan, of Pottsvllle, who has
been visiting friends in this city for tho
past two weeks, left yesterday for Elk
clule, where he will visit relatives for
a few weeks.
Mis. Frank Coates and daughter,
Elizabeth, returned to Philadelphia
yesterday, after a "visit with relatives
In this city.
F. G. Durfee, of Owego, N, Y a for
mer Carbondalian, Is visiting Ills
brother, Thomas It. Durfee, pf this
city. Ho vlblted herp last during tho
T. F. Boland left on the Erie flyer
last evening for Denver, Col., whoro
ho will visit his brother for some time.
Mrs, C. O. Avery and children, Delia
nnd Meredith, of Phllllpsburg, formerly
of this city, are heio to visit at tho
homo of Mrs. Charles Avery, on Gar
Miss Edna Dlx Is visiting at the homo
of her grandmother, ut Pleasant Mount.
Mr. nnd Mrs. li. It. Wlckwlre, of
Wayne street, are entertnlnlng Mr. and
Mrs, J. Wooden, of IToncsdalc,
Mrs, Fred Dlx und bon, Sanford, have
returned from Plensunt Mount, where
they have been visiting friends and
Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Nealon and fam
ily, accompanied by Miss Hannah Gll
liool, spent' Wednesday at Crystal lake.
Miss Maggie Norton left yesterday
for Albany and 11 river trip to New
York. She. Is accompanied by her niece,
Miss Mary Thomas.
Miss Margaret Kennelly, of Susque
hanna, has Ijeen spending several days
with Mrs, John J, O'Hoyle, on Hlver
Mibs I.utu Carter, of IUchmond street,
is a guest of fi lends in Pittston,
Miss Cariuel O'llearn goes to Scran
ton today, where she will meet Miss
Lily McLaughlin, of Pnterson, N. J,,
who will bo her guest for the remainder
of tho summer,
Miss Julia Loftus, of Gre,en Plilge, is
Visiting friends in this rlty,
George Miller, of notion, and Mrs.
A. Eno, of Seelyvllle, spent Wednesday
as tho guests of Mr. and Mrs, M, O.
Mrs. T. C. Robinson, of Robinson ave
nue, Is spending ten days with Mr, and
sua. w, n. Muon ui mewurK, w. v,
Mrs. George A. Kelley, of Lincoln
Mrs. W, It. Moon at Newark, N, J,
avenue, and Mrs. William L. Isger and
dnughter, Romayne, will leave tonight
for Toledo, O., where they will visit tho
former's sister, Mrs. Thomas Hearn.
Miss Monica Missett, of Schenectady,
N, Y., who Is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
M. B. Madlgan, will visit friends in
Scranton for tho next two weeks.
Mrs. J. H. Herbert and children and
Miss Minnie Bowen will leave today
for a ten days' stay at Atlantic City.
Miss Kate Byrne returned Wednes
day evening from a visit with her sis
.ter, Mrs. E. J. Roche, of New York
Miss Margaret McDonald returned
Wednesday evening from a week's visit
with Pittston relatives.
Miss Anna Mohrs has gone to Hones
dale to spend two weeks with relatives.
Misses Gertrude and Grace Powell
left yesterday to visit friends in Provi
denca. Miss Dorothy Perry has returned to
her home in Green Ridge, after d pleas
ant visit with Miss Harriet Rolls, of
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jones, of
South Church street, are spending their
vacntion with friends in the vicinity of
Mrs. David Evans and two sons,
Rexford and Oswald, have returned to
their home at Martin's Ferry, Ohio,
after a five weeks' visit at the home of
the former's mother, Mrs. David Davis,
on South Wyoming street. '"
Miss Grace Atkinson, of Wyoming
street, has returned from a two weeks'
visit with Miss Law, at Lake Winola.
Miss Dennis returns to her home in
Biadford on Saturday, after several
weeks' , visit with her aunt, Mrs. C. R.
Smith, on Park street.
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Baker ana Dr.
and Mis. W. J. Baker nttended tho fu
neral of tho late Mr. Powett, at Nunti
Mrs. John R. Jones, who has been seri
ously 111 tho past two weeks, is slowly
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Fieas and children
are camping at Lake Chapman.
A son arrived ycsteulay at tho homo of
Mr. and Mis. James Jenkins, of ThliU
Dr. M. J. Shields mndo a professional
call at Scranton yestctdny.
Miss Libretto. Kenwood, of Second
street, has accepted a position In Scran
Mrs. H. I,. Freas nnd daushtor, Bods,
aro touring in Now York htato.
Misses Hannah and LIz.lo Collins, of
South Main street, will loavo tomotrow
for Huntington, to vIMt their Mstcr, Mrs.
P. B. Borgan.
The Clerks and Butchers played an in
teresting pamo of ball on tho Riverside
grounds on Wednesday afternoon. Tho
Clerks camo out victorious, but not until
alter u hard battle. lo was necchtary to
play ten innings lioforo tho victory was
decided. There were inuuy features of
tho game, in which tho work of Pitcher
Hoivolls, i:vaus and Watklns, for the
Clerks, and Jones end W. Thomas, of tho
Butchers, excelled. This makes eno vic
tory for each team nnd another ganio
will be played on Wednesday to decido
who Ih tho champion, Tho score of tho
gnmo was: Clerks, B; Butchers, 3.
Tho North Hat SmasherH wero defeated
by the Lincoln Heights team on Wednes
day by a bcoro of 13 to 11.
Miss Pearl Gaul, of the Archbald mine,
visited friends In town yesterday.
Druggist John Wood, of Lackawanna,
was a business caller In town yesterday.
Tho Heds, the local prldo of tho bate
ball cranks, have again been engaged by
tho Honcsdalo team to play them on their
giounds during this mouth. This will
mako tho third time for the rteds to
meet tho ilonebdalcrs this season.
Mrs. Rcebo nnd daughter, Sadlo, of
I'liuaucipnia, ato visaing at tho real
deuce of Foreman John R. Johns, of
Invincible commandery, No. J52, Knights
of Malta, will meet thls'ovenlng In regu
J, C, Flynn, of Now York, was a busl
ness visitor In town yesterday,
David Williams, of Scranton, W03 a
caller In town on business yesterday.
Mibs Rachel Smith, of Luzerno hotough,
will return homo today, after being the
guest of Miss Jenulo Harris, of Main
Washington camp, No. 4D2. Patriotic:
Order Soiib of America, will meet this
evening in regular session.
Mr, nnd Mrs, T, J, Powell and Mrs.
John H. Hviius attended the funeral of a
relative ut Nuntlroko on Wednesday.
airs. W, 11. Owens and daughter, Eliza
beth, ao home from their visit to New
Mrs. Swartsi, of Wilkes. Barrc, h tho
gucbt of her bister, Mrs. J. II, Jones, of
Miss Mue Grlfiltha and Lizzie L, D.ivis
nio home from a two weeks' sojourn to
AIT OLD AND WELWRIED REMEDY.
MRS. WINSLOW'SSOOTlIINa SYRUP
for children teething, is tho prescription ol
cue of the best fcmali physlcluns ana
nurses In tho United States, and has bceii
ueed sixty years with never-falllng eur,
cess by millions of mothers for their chlU
dren. During tho process of teething ila
Jaluo !s incalculable. It relieves the child
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping In thj
lowels, nnjr-vylnd-colic. By giving health
lo the child it rests thn mother. Price
twenty-live cents a botUs. '
Connolly & Wallace
Scranton's Shopping: Center
You are not tapping an empty
barrel when you tap this store.
I Women's Handkerchiefs
At a Third and a Half
You can't have too many at this time of the year. 6,000 Women's Handkerchiefs, in
fine embroidered and drawn work designs, hemstitched, made bf a good fine grade of
lawn, values from 2iz to 20c each.
Choose at 9c Each or $1.00 a Dozen
I Men's Handkerchiefs
i.ooo Fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, in colored print effects, colored bor
ders and designs printed all over, -value 25 cents, at, each
500 Men's Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, with neat small fleur de lis
design in colors, a good fine grade, worth 50c each, at
Women's Bathing; Suits
Now that the summer weather is on in earnest, all Scranton will be thinking of places
to spend Saturday afternoons and Sundays, and halt of It will be off to the seashore or
mountain lakes. ,But you'll not find Scrantonians, who have nice tastes and habits, willing
to wear the Bathing Suits that are for hire at watering places. Women want their own
from point of.style and appearance, and, most of all, from the point of cleanliness.
We've told you many times over that Mohair is the best qf all, and that black and blue
are the best colors.
4 Some Fine Taffeta Silk Suits, $16.50
I Connolly & Wallace
Mrs. James Reed passed away nt her
homo on Second street, Blakcly, yestcr
iln.v nftnrnnnn nt 12.30 o'clock. Deceased
1 had been ill about four weeks. Mrs.
Reed was 21 yeais of ago. tier maiden
niimo was Sophia. Lewis. She was wed
ded to Mr. Reed last September. She
was a young woman of a kindly disposi
tion, who endeared herself to all who
knew her. Her death will bo mourned
by a large cliclo of friends. Besides her
husband, sho is survived by her parents,
two sisters and threo brothers. The
funeral will take placo Monday after
noon, at 2.30 o'clock, from tho family
Tho funeral of Mrs. Catheilno Morris
was held ftom tho homo of her daughter,
Mis. Kllen Coloman, on Dunmoro strcot,
jesterday moining. A largo gathering of
fi lends nnd relatives attended tno obse
quies. At 10 o'clock tho remains were
taken to St. Patilck'a church. Rev. J.
J, O'Donncll celebrated tho lcqulcm
mass and preached tho funeral bermon.
Tho deceased was laid at rest in the West
Sldo cemetery. Tho pallbearers were:
John Hoban, Hugh O'Boyle, John Mc
Ginty, John Nealon, John Murphy and
Miss Mary Davis, of Lackawanna
street, was called to Hyde Park, yester
day, owing to tho death of a rclatlvo at
Mibs Sadie Rogan spent yesterday at
William Best, of Pottsvllle, Is spending
a few days with relatives on Dunmoro
Michael Sweeney, of Archbald, was a
visitor In town, Wednesday.
By a scoro of 4 to 2, tho "Zuzus" do
feated tho Undertakers in a gaino of base
ball yesterday. Tho pitching and heavy
hitting of Dakin and Williams wero tho
John Dohorty has returned homo from
Miss Mamlo Wudo and James Wade
attended tho rccoutlon of the Immucii
lato Heart of Mary at St. Romi'b convent
in Cnrbondale, yesterday, whoro their
cousin, Miss Julia Langan, of Pricoburg,
received tho whlto veil.
On complaint of Detective Ctippen, of
the Delaware and Hudson company,
threo juiik dealers, Louis Pescovitch, M.
Rosblngcr nnd Isaac Lciher, all residing
on Hickory street, Scianton, were nr
lnlgncd before Jubllcu of tho Pcaco Cum
mlngs yesterday, accused of buying
junk from unknown parties, who were
nfterwurd Identified ns Joseph Filler,
Fred Bingham and Rudolph Kosser, of
Archbald. Tho junk In question was
stolen fiom near Plane H. in the shnpo
of an old boiler, which they cut up In
pieces and sold to tho Junk dealers. Tho
two from Archbald wero held under $200
ball each, The Junk dealers wero io.
nuircd to furnish n Ilka amount, for un
der an net of assembly, It is unlawful to
buy junk fiom unknown parties.
Thomas, tho two and ono-half year old
son of Mr. nud Mis. liadaluto, died Wed
nesday evening, after a alioit Illness. Tho
funeral took placo ycsteiday afternoon
und was largely attended.
Mrs. Mury Van Daren and Mis, Thos,
Monlo wero visitors In Scranton cstor
duy, Mr, and Mrs, A. L. Holler, of New Al
bany, Intl., nio visiting relatives In town.
Mrs. M. A. Footo has returned trom
nil extended visit with i datives lu Boul
Miss Julia McGlynu is visiting Miss
Nellie Mimloy, of Mt Veinon.
Will Male, of Cailiondnlo, w'as a busl
ness caller In town yestciday.
Misses Itenu Swcnsen nnd Anna Heck
man weio visltois In Scranton yestciday,
The funeral of Antonio Luseuto, tho
man who ft'ns diowtied while bathing,
Tuesday, took pluco ycbteiday afternoon.
Tho lemalus wero taken to St. Thomas
church, whero services wero held. Intcf
ment was mado In tho Catholic cemetery.
Tlib tnineis' union attended the funeral
in a body,
Mr. and Mis. H. P. Woodward weio
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Farn
ham, in Honesdale. on Wednesday,
A cataract of chances for good
buying at Connolly & Wallace's.
At Men's Furnishing Counter
Excursion Via New Jersey Central
on August 1, 1002.
Fare for adults, Jj.00; fare for chil
dren, $2.50. 'Round trip tickets on sale
at stations mentioned below and good
going on special train, schedule of
which follows, or on any regular train
on above date, and good to return on
regular trains on or before August 11.
Special train leaves WllkesrBarre, S.30
a. in.; Hazle street, 8.32 a. m.; South
Wilkes-Bnire, S.31 n. m.; Ashley, 8.3S
a. in.; Laurel Run, 9.07 a. m.; Penob
scot, 0.20 "a. in. j White Haven, 9.42 a.
in.; Leslie Run, 9.54 a. m.; Penn Haven
junction, 10.14 u. m.; Mauch Chunk,
10.30 a. m. W. G. Besler, general man
ager; C. M. Burt, general passenger
$51.25 to Salt Lake City and Eeturn
via the Lehigh Valley Railroad.
On account of the Grand Lodge,
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks meeting nt Salt Lake city, Utah,
August 1211, the Lehigh Valley rail
road will boll round trip tickets at the
rate of $31.25 good going August 6th,
7th and Sth, good for return passage to
and Including September 30th. Tickets
good on ull trains except tho Black
Diamond express". Consult Lehigh
Valley ticket asents for further In
formation. $66.25 to San Francisco and Los An
geles, Cal., and Hoturn via the Le
high Valley Kailroad.
On account of the biennial meeting,
Knights of Pythlus, nt San Francisco,
August 11-22, the Lehigh Valley rail
road will sell excursion tickets to San
Francisco and Los Angeles, Cal., at
JCG.25 good going August 1st to 9th, In
clusive, good for return passage to Sep
tember 30th, good on any train except
the Black Diamond Express. See Le
high Valley ticket agents for further
A Popular Sunday Outing.
Tho New York, Ontario nnd Western
Hallway company will run un excur
sion to Hancock, N. Y on Sunday,
August 10, Tho rltlo over the hills of
Wayno and Dclawaro counties nt this
season of the year is a delightful one,
the view being beautiful, u scope of
country being visible fiom tho Elk
mountains to the Cntskllls, Tho pretty
town of Hancock In Itself, situated ua
It Is, between both branches of the
Delaware river and surrounded by tho
towering peaks of the Cutskllls and
other ranges of mountains, presents to
tho excurslonlht a view well worth see
ing. Thcru aru la number of summer
hotels ami boarding houses tit Hancock,
with ample accommodations, and livery
facilities to nffoul u drlyo through the
country for excurslonl&is.
Train will leave beranton at S.30 n.
in., and returning, leavo Hancock ut
4.30 p. m., arriving in Scranton at 6.45
p, m. The return furo from Scranton
Will he II.
Foi further information, consult ticket
agents or J, 10. Welsh, T, I'. A., Scran
Excursion to Mauch Chunk,
a leu Onoko nnd the Svltch-13ack,
Sunday, August 3, 190.', via Now Jersey
Ccntrul. "Hound trip tickets, good only
ou special train on nbeno date, will bo
on sale at the following btutlons and
intes: Scranton, $1'.50; Taylor, $1.40;
Mooslc, $1.33; Avoca, $1.30; Pittston,
$1,25; children, 75 cents. Special train
on above date will bo run on following
$2.00 to $11. OQ
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mat., LJil U1ILVM1I 1 Ul
Old 'Phone, 333i.
New 'Phone, '2935,
General Agent (or tho Wyoming District toi
Du pontes Powder
kilning, Wistlnff, Sporting, FmoVeless and
Rcpauno Chemical Company'!
Safety Fuse, Caps and Exploders. Itoom 401 Con
cell Uulldins (Scraatcn.
JOHN' P. SMITH & SON riymoutH
f. W. MULLIGAN Wlkc3-Darrt,
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
schodulo: Leave Scranton, 7,30 a. ni.;'
Taylor, 7.37 a. in.; Mooslc, 7.43 a. m.j
Avoca, 7.40 a. m.; Pittston, 7.51 a, m,
Returning, train will leave Mauch
Chunk at 5.30 p. in. for abovo stations.
Special trains will leavo Mauch
Chunk for Glen Onoko nt 2, 2,45, 3.30
4.15 p. -m., nnd Glen Onoko for Mauch
Chunk ut 2,15, 3. and 3.45 p. m. Switch
Back tickets, SOconts extra for adults;
children, 23c, and must ho purchased on
train beforo arriving ot Mauch Chunk,
J, S. Swisher,
district Passenger Agent.
Lackawanna Excursion, Atlantia
City, N, J Aug. 14.
Special excursion tickets will be sold
for all trains going Thursday, August
14th, good for icturn on any train 0i
to and Including August 21th. Tho rata
from Sci union will ho $5.00 for nduljs
and $2.50 for children between the agfa
of 5 and 12 yenis. Itoute will be via
Manunka Chunk nnd Philadelphia.
Passongois taking trains connect Ins
vlu the Delaware bridge have no change
of stations eu route. The dates select
ed for this excursion were tnado with
tho view of giving those desiring an
outing nt the seashore the most delight
ful and interesting part of the season.
Apply to the local ticket agent for
schedule of the several trains daily,
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