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Edythe Evans and John T. Edwards Married
in New YorkEnjoyable Programme.
Other, Notes and Personals.
Miss Edytho Evnns, of South Hydo
Park avenue, wus quietly married to
John T. Edwards, of i'utmnn street, on
Tuesday In New York city. The core-
monv was performed by Rev. Walter
Both the young people are well known
in West Scranton: Mrs. Edwards Is a
prominent member of the Washburn
street Presbyterian church. Their mar
riage will come as a most delightful
surprise to numerous friends. -After a
brief wedding trip they will reside on
Last evening in the lecture room of
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church Miss Julio E. Cruser, the Mont
rose elocutionist, ably assisted by
Miss Edna Sax of this city, gave an
excellent entertainment. Miss Cruser
possesses a fine voice, nnd from her
first appearance held the crowded house
spoil-bound. Her best recitation was,
"The Night Wind." She was compelled
to respond to encores after each selec
tion. The vocal part of the programme was
furnished by Miss Edna Sax, one of
our own artists, who delighted all with
her rich contralto voice. She respond
ed to several encores. Miss Augusta
Fritz, played several instrumental
selections in a masterly manner.
The funeral of the late William J.
Price, who died on Monday evening,
at his home, 111414 West Locust street,
aged seventy-two years, was held yes
terday afternoon from the home.
Rev. J. T. Morris, of Wllkes-Barre,
had charge of the services, following
which the friends were permitted' to
take a last farewell of the deceased.
The funeral moved to the Washburn
street cemetery, where the remains
were laid at rest. Sacred music was
rendered by a quartette composed of
the Misses Owens and Reynolds and
Prof. David Owens and Mr. Phillips.
The pall-bearers were T. J. Morgan,
JWilllam Davis, Roger Evans, D. D.
Jones. The members of the American
True Ivorities and Silurian Lodge of
Odd Fellows, No. 763 attended in a
Card of Thanks.
We ttake this means of expressing our
lastlnc and heart-felt gratitude to our
numerous friends, who so nobly came
to our assistance with their timely ser
vice and sympathy during our late
Tbs Beat Family Cough Remedy,
Ditfour's French Tar,
For Sale by
V ' GEO. ,W. JENKINS, '" "
101 3. Main ave.
bereavement when wo through death
lost our darling1 baby. Again we thank
you one und all for your sacrifice of
time and your great kindness. With
our 'best wishes for you and yours, wo
remain your debtors.
Mr. und Mrs. Samuel L. Morgans,
536 Deckers court,
ITEMS OF INTEREST
On August 14, Enterprise Lodge, No.
21, of L. K. of A. will run an excursion
to Harvey's lake.
The expectations of almost two years
arc now being realized the South Main
avenue pavement is rapidly neurlng
completion. Yesterday afternoon all
the bricks had been laid from Luzerne
sitrcet to the end of the old pavement
at Oxford street.
The West Scranton Prohibition nlll
anco will hold a very Important meet
ing In Red Men's hall on Saturday
evening, at 8 o'clock. The Loyal
Crusaders will meet at the same place
one hour earlier.
At the home of Mrs. C. R. Acker, of
Falrvlew avenue, the Woman's Homo
and Foreign Missionary society of the,
Simpson M. E. church will meet this
Miss Agnes Davis, of North Filmore
avenue, loft yesterday for a few week's
stay at Harvey's lake.
Oxford Local, No. 1.71G, United Mine
Workers of America will meet In regu
lar session this evening at 8 o'clock in
A new telephone has been placed In
the engine house of Engine Company
Rev. and Mrs. John Evans, of Can
nan, Conn., will return to their home
today after a visit with the former's
mothers, .Mrs. Mary Evans, of Rock
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan, and Mr.
and Mrs. William Carpenter, have left
The Misses Margaret and Alice Evans,
of Rock street, will leave this morning
for a visit to Atlantic City and other
points of interest.
The Sundayi school of St. Mark's
Lutheran church will picnic at Nay
Aug park on Friday, Aug. 8.
Rev. A. L. Ramer, has been during
the past week to Lake Sheridan, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tlltze.
Rev. H. A. Kunkle, pastor of St.
Mark's Lutheran church, Park Place,
has been visiting friends at Krcsgeville,
William Shurtleff. of Washington ave
nue, has returned from New York.
Miss Maude Potter, of Monsey avenue,
has returned from a visit with Archibald
Mis3 Frances Elwell, of Penn avenue,
is able to be out again, after a slight ill
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Deltrlck, of San-
1 Another Batch I
l of New Bargains 1
Will await vour attention this S
morning. The goods offered are j
all of the better class and when
seen by buyers of discrimination gj
and good taste, are sure to be
picked uf) quickly. fj
The Shirt Waist Sale I
Is being maintained with remarkable energy. $:
Buyers go away happy and return with friends
whom they gladly introduce to the bargain
Price facts like these following account for
this unusual method of aiding us to clean up
Fine Chambray Waists, solid colors and tints, with white
trimming, in various styles and effects. Our regular , t .
$2.00 line at $ 1 ,50
Annthrr Int nf $t nn Tlhcnn Alc oil1 n-.t,..
styles, are now '. $1.25 fe
$i. 50 Gibson Waists, in plain colors and neat , 5
stripes. During this sale $1.00 S
Tan and Linen Color Waists in dots, etc. Excep
tional popular effects that sold for li.oo, now
A big lot of popular priced Waists, none worth
less than 75c; your choice while they last for
Another lot h which you can get a great bargain,
if your size is there. Choice this week
3 High Class Wash Goods I
Including Lino Brocades, Figured and stripsd
Crinkled Madras. Fine goods tha actually sold ten days
ago at 45c, 50c and 60c the yard. Your choice this week
Othejs of the same class that sold at 35c, 40c and
,45c the yard, Your choice this week , ,
Mouselline de Sole, Hemstitched Gaze de Sole, Plain Silk r
Mousselines in pink, blue, rose, corn color, reseda and (ft
white. Sold for 39c and 50c the yard. Your choice , , 29C $'
1 Globe Warehoto?.!
dorson avenue, attended the Brundago
reunion nt Peckvllle, Wednesday.
Mrs. I, Ji Lansing and daughters,
Holcno and Miriam, leavo Saturday for
Preston Park. ,
Miss nuth llann, of Washington ave
nue, hns returned from a two weeks'
stay nt Starlight.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace C. Smith havo
roturned from their wedding tour, nnd
nro at home nt 1740 Monsey nvenuo.
Ralph Van Gordon, of Dickson avenue,
has recovered from a nerlous Illness.
Miss Mcrtlco Bnyley, of Orcon Illdgo
sit cot, leaves Saturday for a six weoks'
stay with friends In Harford nnd Brook
lyn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Hnrvey, of Wyom
ing avenue, nro spending a fow days nt
J. Ij. Clark, of Penn avenue, hns re
turned from n business trip to Phlladol
phla. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Van Dyke, of Mar
lon street, ontertnlned a number of young
people, Wednesday evening, In honor of
their daughter, Charlotte. Tho evening
was pleasantly passed with music nud
games, and, at a seasonable hour, dainty
refreshments wore nerved, Among thoso
present were: Misses Grace Nolan, Jcs
slo Shoemaker, Elizabeth Sparrow, Bes
slo Addyinnn, Klhol Trender, Helen
Trcndcr and Dorothy Stanton.
Van Allen Thomason, of North Park,
leaves today for Lako Wlnola.
Tho frcgulnr monthly meeting of tho
Woman's Homo and Foreign Missionary
society of tho Grocn nidgo Prcsbvterlan
church will bo hold in tho church par
lors this nfternoon at ,1.30 o'clock. Mrs.
Mary n. Kays, vlco president of tho so
ciety, will preside In tho nbsenco of tho
president, Mrs. V. J,. Hitchcock. The
following is tho programme: Opening
servlees: minutes of July merlins: talk.
"Foreign Klomont In Our'Mldst," Mrs.
Knapp: solo, Miss Lees', prayer, Mrs.
Bcntloy: paper, "Chinese, Japanese and
tho United Stntes," Miss Strawbildgo;
hymn; benediction: soclnl half hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Jones and
daughters, of Monsey avenue, have re
turned from a stay nt their country
place In Preston.
Mrs. W. B. Taylor, who has been tho
guest of Mrs. A. G. Thomason, of North
Park, has returned to her homo in Chicago.
NORTH. SCRANTON NEWS.
Closing Exhibition of the Season by
the Scranton Institute Other
, Items of Local Interest.
Down an Important
Judgo Jamos II, Clancy of Hornells
vllle, N. Y., and one of tho most prom,
inent members of tho bar in that historic
town, decided recently that as against
Blood and Liver trouble, Dr. David Ken
'nody's Favorite Remedy was worthy of
tho highest praise. He says :
"I havo used Dr. David Kennedy'
Favorite Remedy and strongly rec
ommend it for its good effect In my
case for liver trouble and blood dis
order. It built me right up and I
improved greatly in health."
Geo. H. Tifft of 878 River street, Troy,
N. Y., suffered from liver trouble nnd his
blood was all out of order and after using
"Favorite Remedy," has this to say:
. "For anyono suffering from that
run down or tired out feeling, caused
by blood or liver troublo, Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy Is tho
best medicine you can buy. I havo
used it and I know."
Tho one suro cure for diseases of tho
kidneys, liver, bladder and blood, rheu
matism, dyspepsia and chronic constipa
tion, is Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
It matters not how sick you are, how
long you havo suffered, or how many
physicians have failed to help you, Dr.
David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy will
cure you If a euro is possible.
It ts for sale by all druggists in the
New 60 Oont Size and the regular
$1.00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample lot Hi enough for trial, free by mail.
Dr. Dvld Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N.Y.
Dr. Darld Kcnnedr'i floldtn Pinters strength
en Mniclos, remove pain anywhere 13c each.
Tho closing exhibition of tho Scranton
Institute -was held In the gymnasium lust,
evening. An excellent gymnastic, pro
gramme, consisting of wand drills and
games, German horso work, Swedish
gymnastics, horizontal and parallel bar
work, etc., was rendered. The classes'
DR. II. A. YOUNG.
Physical Director of tho Human Dovelop-
mado an excellent showing and displayed
remarkable skill in their work. Profes
sor H. A. Young, the competent physical
instructor, gave an almost marvelous
club swinging exhibition.
About sixty members of tho different
classes took part In tho Swedish drill,
which was tho closing number. Great
interest has been manifested in tho
work during tho past term, and the
number of members has been greatly
Increased slnco tho opening of tho
A boxing match In barrels was one of
tho Interesting numbers of the pro
gramme. Sinco tho opening of tho Institute,
fifty-four men, twenty-six boys, twentv
four women nnd twenty-thieo girls, mak
ing a total of ono hundred and twenty
seven members havo been enrolled. Thrco
exhibitions havo been given.
Election and Installation of Officers.
Tho election and Installation of officeis
of tho Thomas Jefferson Independent
lodge was held in Osterhout's hall, Wed
nesday evening. A delightful entertain
ment and smoker followed.
The following were elected officers:
President, David Jones; vlco president,
Thomas R. Owens; recording secretary,
John Jones; financial secretary, Isanc
Williams; Inside guard, David Evans;
outside guard, Henry Evans.
TOLU IN A FEW LINES.
A number of Scrnntonlans will leave
over tho Jersey Central railroad on tho
Red Men's excursion to Atlantic City
today. Anurtig them nro: Mr. and Mrs.
William Jervls, Sir. and Mrs. William
Richards, Thomas Evnns, Sir. and Mrs.
Isaac Pi Ice, Frank Price, Sir. nnd Sirs,
Morgan Wntklns, Mrs. John Reeso, Air.
and Sirs. Thomas Folkcs nnd child) en,
Sirs. William Thomas, Mis. William
Stoigan, Sir. and Mrs. Benjamin Jon
kins, Sir. and Sirs. Richard Thomas and
son, and several others.
All tho United Sllno Workers of Ameri
ca of tho North End are requested to
meet nt St. Mary's hall today noon to
march to tho West Sldo mass meeting.
Daniel Thomas, of Putnam street, and
Henry Jones, of AVayno avenue, havo
accepted positions nt tho Hotel Columblu.
The members of tho Christian church
Sunday school of North Muln nvenuo,
and tho Pmltau Congregational church
Sunday school of West Maiket streur,
hold their annual plenlo ut Nay Aug
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Sllss Lottie Lcnz 1ms a giievanco, which
was ulrcd In pollco court yesterday. It
was developed that, In addition to using
vllo and pinfnuo language, Annlo An
drews had the tomorlty to call Lotllo an
old maid, It appears thoy mot recently,
while on tho way to work, and, not con
tent with giving Sllss Lems a tongue
lashing, Annlo throw stones In her direc
tion. Of coiiiso they did not strllto where
aimed. Tho fiucas was tho outcome of
a long standing gilevance. For being
dlsoi doily a lino was Imposed by Alder
man Lontes, and on the otltor charges
sho wus required to furnish ball in pW
for her uppenrunt'o at couit.
Herman Schmidt, of D13 Cedar avenue,
had Annlo Sullivan, alias O'Hoyle, of
Plttstou, a domistlo, arrested and brought
beforo Alderman Lento ycsteiday, on a
chaigo of larceny by balleo. It appears,
uccoidlng to (ho evidence, that tho de
fendant was given n stun of money to
pay a store bill, from which sho do
ducted ono dollar, Her attorney, Frank
B. Boylo askrd for a postponement until
Saturday, which was granted.
Putilck SIcDonough, of ftio South Wy
oming avenue, was arrested yesterday on
charges of assault and buttery, cruel and
barbarous tieutment und threats. The
charges were preferred by his wife. They
havo been man led about nlno months.
He shows dally by his notions that he
has tired of his bargain, and for some
time hns ill-treated his wife, and mado
her life miserable. Ho has, so his wife
alleged, offered her $-3 If sho would go
back to her parents In tho old country.
After hearing the evidence Alderman
Lentes held SIcDonough for court in
$1,000 ball, in default of which ho was
committed to tho county jail.
An adopted daughter of Sirs. Wolf, who
resides on Elm street, met with a serious
accident yesterday, which may malm
her for life. Tho girl, who Is about 12
years old, was splitting wood In the back
yard, when an unfortunate blow glanced
off, and the axe struck her left hnnd,
Inflicting a terriblo gash across several
lingers. Dr. Qulnnlin was hastily sum
moned and quickly stopped tho flow of
blood. An examination showed that tho
bones while not broken had been in
jured, and it will bo some time before tho
sufferer can uso the member. Seven
stitches were necessary to close the
Sirs. Frantzt- of 100G South Washington
avenue, has arrive" homo from an ex
tended trip throughout tho New Eng
Joseph Conrad, of the First district,
Eleventh ward, announces himself ns a
candidate for delcgato to tho coming
John Gllibons, jr., of Pittston avenue,
is summering nt Brighton Beach and
other seaside resorts.
Fred Lentes, n son of Alderman John
Lentes, was operated on Wednesday for
an affection of tho kidneys. The opera
tion was entirely successful, and the
young man's condition is entirely satis
factory. Gustav, the son of Sir. and Sirs. Gus
tav Schultz, of Willow street. Is report
ed to bo quite seriously ill.
A social and smoker, under tho nus
plces of St. Aloyslus' Total Abstinence
society, was held last evening In Phnr
macy hall. Tho nffalr was well attend
ed. A musical programme was rendered
during the evening and refreshments
Tho corner stone laying of St. Paul's
Slcthodlst Episcopal church, which was
announced for Saturday, Aug. L', has
been postponed to a date which will bo
Sllhii Emily and Harry Walker, of
Thompson, aic guests nt tho homo of J.
B. Bronson, on Elm strceet.
Sllss Henrietta Clark; of Blokely street,
Is spending her vacation nt Elk Lake.
Bliss Mnry Duffy Is the guest of rela
tives in Philadelphia.
Thomas Stanley, of Pine street, has re
turned from a visit with Rev. O'Slalley
at Little Sleadow.
Sllss Laura Rahn, of Shamokln, Is a
gguest at tho home of W. H. Huber, on
W. S. Potter, of Blnkcly street. Is mak
ing nn extended stay uU Lake Wlnola.
Sllss Olive Bes.incon, of Bloom street,
Is convalescent after a recent attack of
Tho figures apoparlng In this column
yesterday in regard to tho amount al
ready spent on tho sewer should have
read $10,000 instead of $100,000.
MARTIN CUSICK, an aged resident
of South Scranton, died at 11 o'clock
last night at his home, 605 Brook street,
Deceased hud been an Invi.lld for sev
eral years, but It was only during tho
past three weeks that his condition
grew worse. He Is survived by his wife
und the following sons and daughters:
SI. J, Cuslck, common councilman of
tho Twentieth ward; Slnrtln, jr Sirs,
P, J. Barrett und Miss Slury Cuslck.
MARY HATtTNESS, aged 20 years,
died of consumption yesterday after
noon nt the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Hnrtness, 015 Fel
lows street. Sho had been ill about ono
year. The funeral will be held tomor
row from the home, Itev. George Al
rlch will ofllclnte, and Interment will
be made In Forest Hill cemetery.
GOLD DEMOCRAT NOMINATE).
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Judge Durnnd Selected as Candidate
for Governof of Michigan.
By Exclmlvo Wire from The AwocltUd I'rMS.
Detroit, July Sl.-Judgo George H. Dur
nnd, of Flint, who filled a vacancy on
tho Supremo bench of this state In 1802
nnd who Is classed as n gold Democrat,
wob nomlnntcd for tho governorship by
the Democrats of Michigan today. Judge
Durnnd did not attend tho convention or
nuthnrlzo any ono In Btatc that ho would
ncccpt tho nomination. Tho free silver
clement mado a vigorous fight to defeat
him. Judge Durnnd, It wus stated, was
on a fishing expedition In tho northern
pnrt of tho state und could not bo renched
by wire. But, In spile of tho absence of
nny definite nssurnnco of his ncccptnnce,
his nomination wns mado unanimous nf
ler tho fourth ballot.
Tho platform adopted Is devoted almost
entirely, to stnto Issues, tho only men
tion of national Issues being nn endorse
ment of tho election of Ttnltwl States
senators directly by tho people.
The resolutions declare that tho de
struction of boss rulo Is tho supremo Is
sue. Tho adoption of tho system known
ns tho Inltlntlvo and referendum Is de
manded. Another plank favors municipal owner
ship of public utilities.
James Bland Committed to Jail to
Await Action of Orand Jury,
By Exclusive Wlro from The Afsotlatcd Press.
Camden, N. J July 31. Tho coroner's
Jury today held James Blund, a negro,
rrspomlhlo for the death of John Sior
rlsey, of Philadelphia, who was shot und
Instantly killed during tho Republican
congressional primary election riot Inst
Monday night. Bland was committed to
await tho action of tho, grand Jury.
A light followed SIorHscy's nttempt to
vote at tho primaries, during which sov
erul shots were fired. Slorrlsey was
found later mortally wounded. Witnesses
Identified Bland ns tho man they had ob
served fleeing from tho scene uftcr the
DROUGHT IN ALABAMA.
Cotton and Other Crops Perish
Want of Rain.
By Exclushe Wire from The Associated Tress.
Slontgomery, Ala., July 31. Reports re
ceived here by the Central office of the
government weather department Indicate
a serious condition of drought In Ala
bama. Less rain has fatten in the state
during the past threo months than In any
other simllir period since 1839. Crops in
many socttons have been almost com
In the middle western counties which
nro large producers bf cotton, tho ground
has not been thoroughly wet slnco April.
Early corn has been damaged beyond re
covery. The effect of the drought on tot
ton Is conjectural, but some sections re
port the loss us high as 20 per cent.
$ $ $
THE QUICKEST WAY to get- money when you can not
afford to wait for It, Is to como here and got a loan
on your household furniture. Wo will hand you tho
amount you want within an hour or two nftor you aBk. The
easiest way Is to
Borrow Money On Your
WHY? Because you can pay us Just whenever you know
you will havo tho money to spare. You pay In small
easy Installments, either weekly or monthly. You may
have tho loan for ono month or for a whole year.
THE CHEAPEST WAY to got out of financial troublo Is
to got a smnll loan from us. Wo will toll you at first ex
actly what a loan for nny amount for nny length of time
will cost. Wo chaigo only u moderate rato for the uso of
tho money, nnd you will bo surprised to find how very low
our charges are. You pay only for tho actual time you
keep the money. This company docs not charge compound
Interest at all, nor nro thcro any extra charges of any kind.
NO PUBLICITY. No questions nro asked among your
friends or neighbors. No endorsement of papers here.
Everything fair and square.
Prom $10 to $300 Loaned
If you want to keep your friends and neighbors
from knowing- that you arc hard
up we can help you.
Private Rooms for Free Consultation.
Remember that there Is no compound Interest to
pay and that you pay us whenever
it Is most convenient.
CALL, -PHONE, WRITE
SCRANTON LOAN GUARANTY CO.,
207 Wyoming Avenue.
Bight in tho heart of tho shopping district. Convenient tor
the ladles. Plenty of private offices.
NEW 'PHONE, 2826.
P. O. BOX. 94.
By ExclustNC Wire from The Assodated Press.
Pittsburg, Pa., July 31. Tho "straight
out party," which was organized in Ml
and carried on a hot campaign that fall,
has been rejuvenated and application
was mado today in common pleas court
for a place on tho ballot.
Arch H. Itowand, who is ono of tho
signers, sajs the movement is in tho
Intel est of tho old soldier who Is not
represented on either the regular or fu
sion ticket in this county. Tho party
has como to stay, lio bays, and It Is tho
Intention to put a full ticket In tho field
for city, county, congressional nnd state
offices. Next spring they expect to nom
inate a candidate for city recorder.
Suicide with Dynamite.
Dy Exclusive Wne from The Associated Prcas.
Brookvllle, Pa July 31. Barnabas
McCnnn, a well-known citizen, commit
ted sulcldo today by Igniting a stick of
dynamite. Ills body was frightfully man
gled and his homo partially wrecked by
tho explosion. The causo of the deed Is
Superintendent of N. Y., S. & W.
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Press.
Hornollbvlllc, N. Y.. July 31. It is of
ficially announced that G. S. Goldsbor
ough, supeilntendcnt of tho Allegheny
division of the Kilo railroad, has been
appointed superintendent of tho Nbw
York, Susquehanna und Western rniUoud,
with headquarters at Jersey City.
THESS ENTERPRISING DEALERS CAN
SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS OP EVERY
CHARACTER PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY.
nUCGIES and WAGONS of all kinds; also
Houses and Building Lots at bargains.
HOHSKS CLIPPED and GHOOIIED at
M. T. KELLER
Lackawanna Carriage Works.
SECURITY BUILOIN3 f S4IV3SU V3V
Homo Office, 203-209 Mears Dulldina;.
We are maturing bhaics each month which
show a net praln to the investor of about 12
rcr cent. We loan money. Wo also isjue
PULL PAID STOCK $100.00 per share, inter
est payable semi-anniutly.
ALDKilT HALL, Bccrctaiy,
E. JOSEPH KUETTEU, ,
rear BU Lackawanna avenue, manufarturtr of
Wire Screens of all kinds; fully piepjrnl for
the spring season. We maLe all kinds of
porch Bcrccns, etc,
General Ccntractor, Builder and Dealer In
Building Stone, Cemcntlifs of ccllais a spe
cialty. Telephone 2592. .
Office, 327 Washington avenue.
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Geneial Salfs Agent, Offlco 321 Washington
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