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THE SCRANTON .TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902.
through the window, but upon going
out Into the court could rind no trace
of the perpetrator. There Is no clue as
to who the guilty party was, but It Is
supposed to be the same one who fired
several shots at the same house on
Big Chiefs of the Improved Order of Red
Men Here Sons of Cambria Enter
, tain Other News Notes.
Ponooka tribe, No. 141. Improved
Order of Red Men, held u very Interest
ing meeting Inst night In Hnrl-Onrl
hnll. The great sachem of the state.
Charles R. Wllletts, of Harrlsburg, and
Thomas K. Donnelly, of Philadelphia,
great chief of records, were present.
Great Sachem Charles Wllletts gave
nn Interesting and profitable talk on
the Red Men's order, which was greatly
appreciated by all' the members. Past
Great Incohoncc Donnelly, who was at
one time a prominent worker among
labor organizations In Philadelphia and
one who has done much to elevate the
working class, spoke for some time on
the good being done by the Red Men
In this state. He presented statistics
to prove that the order was one of the
most substantial In the country. Inter
esting and Instructive' speeches were
also made by John T. Howe, of No. 103;
.Past Suclicin Cole, of No. 337; Mr. War
ner, of No. 230; Thomas Lowry and
John R. Hall, of No. 141; II. Gelss, of
No. Id5; William Jeffrey, of No. 'J29;
Mr. Miller, of No. S, In Philadelphia,
and Mr. Walters, of No. 10.".
Chiefs Wllletts and Donnelly arc on
a tour of Inspection and have been on
the road since July 23. Panooka tribe,
No. Ml, nntl Its members were quite
flattered to entertain the visitors of last
Great Chief of Records Donnelly Is
one of the most distinguished Rod Men
In the country, a man of high Ideas,
culture and ability. The remembrance
of this visit of the great chiefs will be
long cherished by their brothers of the
hunting grounds of Scranton.
An entertainment and snioker was
enjoyed after the speeches.
Pretty Church Wedding.
Yesterday morning occurred one of
the prettiest church weddings of the
season, when Miss Ro.so Canavan, of
Pleasant street, was united in mar
riage to Thomas l- Hopkins, of Potts
vllle, at St. Patrick's church. The
bridal party entered the church to the
low, sweet .strains of the wedding
march from "Lohengrin," aa played by
Miss Mami' Johnson, and passing up
the main aisle, mot Rev. J. J. Dunn at
the altar, whore the solemn words
were spoken that united them. Men
delssohn's march was played us a re
cesisonal. Miss Lucy Farrell, of Olypliant, was
maid of honor, and Janes O'Hara, of
Elmlra, acted as best man. The bride
was charmingly attired In white broad
cloth 'and carried u beautiful bouqujlt
The Bert Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
store Lloses loday at 5
We are devoting the balance of this
week to cleaning up the Odds and Ends
that remain of our Wa9h Goods Stock. The
many short lengths, broken pieces, etc.,
will go for next hiug to an old song, while
the regular goods have been marked down
as follows, for
A Complete Clearance.
Beautiful Corded Lawns,
'X dots, figures and stripes.
Albatross Cloths and French Batistes. Quali
ties that sold for 15c and thereabouts. .To close
1 2,500 Yards
Kalruinasi Amuleltes, Lanark Dimities, etc.
19 " l 'All dainty, high grade goods, mostly small el-
i$ fects. To close
I 5,000 Yards
Dotted Swisses, Corded and Satin Stripe Dim
i . . W, Mercerized Foulards, Satin Stripe Batistes,
!C( ' Linen Batistes, all the best colors and designs.
2 To close ,
a 1,500 Yards
a Tissue Ginghams, Flemish Lace Stripes, Eng-
V ' lish Chambrays, plain and knotted effects, Cot-
Jfg ton Crepe de Chene, Embroidered Bizans, Em-
broidered Surras, etc. Goods that sold for 25c
ia- he 'ard. To close, ,
a 1,000 Yards
Silk Ginghams and Silk Embroidered Swisses,
best colorings, all high class goods. To close.,
a CSTValues like the above
a fore been seen in this city.
im mm ii 1 1 ,mt J,
1 Globe Warehotis?.
of white bridal roses, also a prayer
book. Her maid wan also prettily at
tired In a gown of blue, and carried
roses nnd a prayer-book.
After the ceremony, the bridal party
were driven to the homo of the bride's
mother, on Pleasant street, where a
reception was held. Mr. and Mrs. Hop
kins left early In the aftcrnon for an
extended wedding trip, nftcr which
they will reside In Pottsvllle.
Mrs. Hopkins formerly lived In West
Scranton, but moved to Pottsvllle some
time ago to engage In the millinery
business. Her husband Is one of the
best known and most highly esteccmed
young men of that town. He Is the re
ceiving teller at the Safe Deposit bank.
It wua the bride's wish that the cere
mony bo performed In her old homo
and so, yesterday morning at St. Pat
rick's, the nuptials were solemnized.
The Sons of Cambria Republican club
held an entertainment and pig roast In
Co-operative hall hiBt evening for Its
members. The following programme
was carried out. to the Intense delight
of all present:
Glee "Toriud y Dydd,"
Sons of Cambria Glee Club.
Recitation "Words of Advice,"
. U. D". Lewis.
Solo Hugh Jones
Poetic address Ivor C. Parry
Solo John V. Jones
Glee Sons of Cambria
Speech John R. Thomas
Recitation Thomas James
Solo Prof.Hnrrl Jones
Address Thomas Hopkins
Solo Ebon Evans
Duet Hugh Jones and Evan Thomas
Glee Sons of Cambria
Song and chorus.
The pig roast followed this pro
gramme. Atterbury vs. Alumni.
The Atterbury und Alumni teams
played a game of ten pins on the
Recker alleys last evening. The former
team won the laurels. The totals were
as follows: Atterbury 771, 709, 701;
total, 2.1S4. Alumni 707, 726, G3S; total,
The teams are composed of the fol
lowing well-known bowlers:
Atterbury McCrnckon, Stover, Mor
gan, Davis and Hughes.
Alumni Dlehl, Williams, Harrington,
Magoverr. and Coons.
About 12.30 Tuesday morning, the
residents of Morris court were awak
eened by several revolver shots, fired
In rapid succession, followed by the
crash of breaking glass. The residents
of that vicinity rushed out to find the
cause of the trouble, and found that
the shooting had taken place In front
of the house of George James. The
James family were awakened by the
breaking glass, a stone being tossed
P. M Saturday Excepted.
have nev-ir b;- c
Before the Alderman.
Wllllnm Yourblot, of 2020 Jackson
street, swore out a warrant before Al
derman Noone charging John illiskl, of
Twcnty-flrst street, with assault nnd
battery nnd calling him "senb." The
prosecutor claims that the defendant
assaulted him on South Washington
avomle, nnd also stole from him, at the
same time, a silver dollnr. After the
assault he called him "scab" and other
names. Bllski has not been appre
hended ns yet.
Stanley Hnlley was arrested on a war
rant sworn out by E. 13. Shelp, of
Lackawanna avenue, before Alderman
Noone. Shelp claims ho traded horses
with Hnlley and after the trade 11 man
from Blnghumton came nnd claimed
the horse which Bailey had given him.
The Dlnghamton man gave proof that
the horse was stolen from him. Shelp
gave the horso up and then swore out
the warrant for Bailey. At the hear
ing, the nldcrmau tried to get them to
settle the matter themselves but ns
they refused to do this, ho placed
Bailey under $500 ball.
With Keystone Lodge.
Keystonejodge, No. 21, Loyal Knights
of America, will run Its anntiul com
plimentary excursion to Harvey's Lake
on August 14, Yesterday afternoon, the
committee, composed of James Ley
shon, William A. Phillips, Daniel Har
ris, William J. Jenkins and John It.
Thomas, was busy sending out the In
vitations' for the event. All arrange
ments have been made at the lake for
the comfort of all who attend. The
train will leave the Delaware and Hud
son station at 5 a. in.
Stamp Collectors, Attention,
At our great cilt price sale of Dry
Goods we will give double stamps. See
our advertisement. Moors & Hagen.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Special cars will be In front of the
First Baptist church, on South Main
avenue, at 9 o'clock this morning to
take the Sababth school children to Nay
Aug park, where they will picnic.
The Loyal Crusaders will hold an In
teresting meeting In Red Men's hall on
Saturday evening, Aug. 23.
The members of St. Mark's Lutheran
Sunday school will picnic at Nay Aug
park on Friday.
Rev. D. P. Jones, pastor of the Taber
nacle Congregational church, will
preach at Clayvllle, Jefferson county,
the last two Sundays In August.
Patrolmen Klah Peters Is acting lieu
tenant at the West Side police station
Mrs. M. J. Alney, of, Scranton street,
gave a birthday party recently, in
honor of her little daughter's fifth
birthday. A most enjoyable time was
The Bellovuo Loyal Crusaders will
meet this evening In the Mission school.
Hnyden Jenkins s visiting in Kings
ton and at Harvey's Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jones, Miss
Mary Welsh, Miss Nellie Welsh nnd
Knthorlno Peters, Mrs. Welsh, Miss
Miss Martha Evans, of this side, uro
sojourning at Atlantic City.
.Jacob J. Berghauser and son, John,
of 239 East Elm street, left this morn
ing for Germany, where they intend to.
stny three months among their friends.
Prof., Harrl E. Jones, the well known
singer, has received a fine offer from a
Brooklyn church to become the leader
of the choir.
Miss Emmet Ellis, of Lafayette
street, recently entertained 11 few of
her numerous friends. Miss Ellis
proved herself to bo a charming1 en
tertainer and at a seusonbale hour, af
ter a most enjoyable evening, served
The Threee Friends will hold their
dance In Mears' hall Friday, Instead of
Miss Mabel C. Spencer, of Jackson
street, Is homo from a visit to Pitts
ton. Miss Anna Kelly, of Hampton street,
has returned from a vacation, spent at
Patrick O'Neill, employed as a laborer
on the Providence road pave, met with
a peculiar accident, while at work yes
terday afternoon. O'Neill and his fellow-workmen
were digging a ditch to
lay pipe, when a large pile of brick fell
from the sidewalk above them and
partly burled O'Neill beneath it. When
his fellow-workmen noticed the acci
dent they hurried to release him from
his dangerous position. He luckily es
caped with but a few slight bruises
about the hands and legs.
Thomas J. Evans, son of Burgess J.
Evans, of Thtoop, and Miss Hermeana
Woeste, of Jermyn, were married by
nov. T. n. Watklns, of 541 Wales street,
yesterdny morning. They left Inst even
ing on nn extended wedding tour. Upon
their return they will make their resi
dence in Thro'op,
Patrick O'Boyle, of Wnnen street, is
rapidly Improving from his recent Ill
ness. David Zimmerman and daughter, of
the Brlsbln patch, have returned, after
spending two weeks at Atlantic City.
Mrs, Ambrose Mulley, of North Main
avenue, litis returned homo from a
mouth's visit at Ocean Grove.
The Misses Cora Snyder, of North
Main avenue, and Pearl Henry, of
Green street, spent Tuesday evening
visiting Plttston friends.
Mrs. McHaio and Mrs, Nenlon, of
Putnam street, have returned to their
homes, utter spending ,u week at Luke
Miss Agnes Huggerty, of North Main
avenue, Is spending her vacation at At
Mrs, E, A. Reynolds, or North Main
avenue, Is visiting relatives ut Brook
lyn, Susquehanna county,
The Misses Mary McCormlck nnd
Kate Keainey, of Yard street, are vis
iting Archbald friends.
Miss Ethel Watklns, of Parker street,
Is entertulnlng her cousin, Miss Helen
Watklns, of Plttston.
Stamp Collectors, Attention,
At our great cut price sale of Dry
Goods we will give double stumps. See
our advertisement. Mcara & Hagen.
AN OLD AND WELL-TRIED REMEDY.
MRS. WJNSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
for children teething. Is the mcscrlptlon o
cno of the best leinalo phyMcIuns and
tiurscs In the United States, and 1ms been
used sixty years with never-falling sue.
tens by millions of mothers for their chlU
dren. During tho process of teething iti
Value Is Incalculable. It relieves the child
Srom pain, cures diarrhoea, griping In thi
owels, and wind-colic. By giving healtli
t the child it rests tho mother. Price.
tweuW-flve ceuts a bottla- '
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Picture of an Old Resident, Who Has
Reached tho Ago of Ninety.
Before Alderman Lentcs.
George Lohmnnn, whoso picture is
hero presented, Is probably tho oldest
resident In South Scranton, having
passed his ninetieth birthday Inst
April. Tho old gentleman is In good
health and spirits, and being of a gen
ial disposition, has u large acquaint
ance and is highly esteemed In tho
He was born in Bavaria, Germany,
in 1812, and came to this country, set
tling at Honesdalo In 1S50. In 1865, he
Oldest Resident of South Scranton.
came to Scranton, where he has re
sided since nt 423 Willow strceet. As
a member of tho Hickory Street Pres
byterian church, of which he Is a char
ter member, ho has been prominently
identified with church matters.
Last year he celebrated his golden
wedding, and recently successfully
passed through the ordeal of a severe
and delicate operation. Mr. Lohmnnn
is the father of Louis nnd John Loh
mnnn, the well-known central city
hotel-men. One other member of the
family, besides his wife, is living in
this city Jlrs. George Schants:, of
The old gentleman is hearty and well,
and passes tho twilight of life In visit
ing friends, when his garden and
flowers do not require his attention.
He looks as though ho would easily
reach the century mark.
Arraigned for False Pretense.
Peter Mulligun was arraigned before
Alderman Lentes last evening on a
charge of false pretenses, preferred by
Messrs. Smith and Murphy, the Cedar
avenue grocers. Some time ago, Mul
ligan gave them an order for goods to
the amount of $7.50, claiming he was
employed In the department of public
works.- The goods were delivered and
later the firm learned that no man
bearing that name was in tho city's
Again, recently, he ordered more
goods, and paid cash for them, but
these were not delivered, as the money
was applied to the old account. The
firm was then sued for not delivering
the goods and last night's suit was the
Mulligan claimed he had worked for
the city at the time he gave the first
order, and Alderman Lentes postponed
the case until Friday to give him a
chance to prove his statement.
Laid at Rest.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth
Schieber took place yesterday fr.om the
family residence, 1203 Cedar avenue.
Many friends of the family visited the
house to pay their last respects, and
there was also a large attendance at
St. Mary's German Catholic church,
where services were conducted by Rev.
Father Straub officiated at the Twen
tieth Ward cemetery, where Interment
was made. The pall bearers were
Messrs. John P. Phillips, Philip Myers,
Stephen Knoopel and George Miller.
The funeral arrangements were in
charge of Undertaker Klein,
A Serenade and Social.
John Zeis, who returned to his home
recently, after a long absence, was
pleasantly surprised last evening by a
large party of friends. The Mountain
Lake Citizen's band also attended and
rendered a number of selections, under
tho leadership of Richard Luckc.
Games of various kind's were In
dulged In, nnd refreshments were
served at a seasonable hour.
Stamp Collectors, Attention.
At our great cut price sale of Dry
Goods wo will give double stamps. See
our advertisement. Mears & Hagen,
NUBS OP NEWS.
Tho employes of the Sauquolt silk
mill will bo treated to a freo excursion
on Saturduy next, which goes to Lake
Ariel. Thero will undoubtedly be u
large crowd, owing to the fact that
1,300 girls work In the factory, besides
the mulo help,
The funeral of the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs, William Melster will take
place from the house, rear of 1007 Ce
dar avenue, ut 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Services will be held at the house, and
Interment will bo made In the Pittston
Mrs. AVIlllam Kornacher, of Plttston
avenue, was the guest of Elmdalo
Dr, Schley's Lung Healing Balsam la
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by ull dealers."
A party of Ilslierinen, headed by Au
gust Schlmpff, tried to capture the
monster Lackawanna river carp yes
terday. Although seen by several of
the party, the lish Is still at liberty,
Another attempt to land htm will bo
The German Beneficial society met In
regular session at Mtrtz hull, on Pitts
ton avenue, lust evening.
" m i
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Roynolds, of
Sterling street, and Mr. and Mis. Thomas
Oliver, of Dickson City, are spending a
week at Buffalo nnd Toronto.
Mrs. C. O. Brooks and son, of Brook
lyn, N. Y,, are spending a tow weeks
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never get any
"Chip" or Palm Straw costs $2.00 and $2.50.
the kind we've put into one lot at
i$2.r;o Manhattan Shirts now $1.75
2.00 Manhattan Shirts now 1.50
2.00 Air Cells Shirts now... 1.50
1.50 Manhattan Shirts now 1.15
Sho?s, $3.00, $3.50 and $4
You must expect the sizes to be
broken at this sale, but if you get
a pair to fit you, see the money
you save. . They are d" JC
all marked $LLD
$$.50 and $1 Trousers $2.50
4.00 and $3.50 Trousers 2.75
5.00 Trousers 3.50
You know a good $1000 and $12.00 Suit when you
see it. don't you ? In our Penn Avenue Show Window 07 CA
you'll see them marked Pt "
with Mrs. Brooks' father nnd mother,
Mr. and Sirs. W. R. Ackeraon, of 901
Dr. J. B. Corscr. of Provldcnco road
nnd Court .street, is spending u few days
in New York city.
W. II, Ackerson. of Butte, Mont., Is
f-pcmllug a few days with his parents on
Frank S. Ballentlne, jr., wns nine
teen years old Tuesday, the Bth inst.
That evening Mrs. William II. Sadler
gave hhn u little surprise at Platts
burg, N. Y. Frank lias been at Stun
dlsh In the Adlrondacks for some time
connected with an engineering corps
of the D. &. H. under Mr. Sadler. Mon
duy, Mrs. Qallentinc was Invited up
to take part in the surprise party. She
will spend n short tlmo in Plattsburg
and tho Adlrondacks as the guest of
Mrs. Emmett Simmons and daugh
ter, Jessie, uro visiting friends ut
Charles 11. Tobey is camping with
a party at, Arnold's lake, Otsego coun
ty, n. y.
Miss Mabel Mallery, of Rilghton, is
the guest of Green Ridge friends,
Mrs, I. H. Stevens, of Capouse ave
nue, nnd Mrs, Henry Benson, of
Capouse avenue, are summering at
Miss Qertrude Warren has returned
to her home In Kelson, ufter a three
week's visit nt the home of Dr, Lent,
of Sanderson avenue.
Mr, und Mrs, F. E. Donnelly, of Mou
sey avenue, and their guest, Miss t,ucl
la Clillds, of New York city, have re
turned home from Harvey's lake,
Mr, nnd Mrs, Jiuues E, Kuapp nnd
Miss Kmipp, of Capouse avenue, uro
at Oquago luke, New York ,
Mrs. Nelson J, Clnrrett, of Jefferson
avenue, spent yesterday at Poyntello,
wltere she was the guest of her brother
Fred, who Is a member of u camping
Mrs. D. 11. Replogle, of Sunset ave
nue, Is entertaining Mrs, Maui Ice E.
Rennett, of Pittsburg.
Miss Oenevlve Igo, of Gardner ave
nue, pleusnutly entertained a number
of friends Tuesday evening. Tho even
ing was pleusuntly spent with music
and games. At u seasonable hour
y'?r&ZZg0iU t remedy
Well, here's some things cool
things. The Clearing prices are
down 'below zero." they'll
lower comfort both ways wearing
You know the styles that are fashionable
this season. You also know that a good
$1.50 Shirt Waists now $1.00
i.oo Shirt Waists now 75c
50c Stock Ties now 25c
25c Stock Ties now 19c
but not all.
sale we like
Want a pair? $5.00
Hanan Oxfords at
$6.00 Trousers $4.00
8.50 and $6.50; all the
finest qualities 4.75
dainty refreshments were served.
Among those present were: Misses
Maine Kennedy, Lydln Ingrick, Ida
Ingrick, Libbe Khule, Ester Mackey,
and Agnes Igo, Messers. Willis Leon
ard, David Mackey, William McDon
ough, Frank Igo, William Igo and
Stamp Collectors, Attention.
At our great cut price sale of Dry
Goods we will give double stamps. See
our advertisement. Mears & Hagen.
PATRICK GLENNON, a resident of
Mlnooku, died Tuesday night at Hast
ings, N. Y. He went there four weeks
ago to accept u position, and a few
days ago wus stricken with pneumonia.
Ills wife was notified, but sho reached
Ills bedsftle just a short time after he
expired. Deceased was 30 years of age,
and Is survived by his wife and four
JOHN HEALEY. of Walnut street,
Dunmore, died suddenly nt ills homo
Tuesday evening. He had been a
clironio sufferer from rheumatism, und
his deatli was attributed to heart fail
ure by Coroner Saltry, who Investigated
the case yesterday. Deceased wus 30
yeurs of age, and resided with his
mother, The funeral will take place to
morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
COMPLAINTS ABOUT DELAY.
Reduction In Tax Levy Prevents
Needed City Improvements.
Complaints are almost dully heard In
the city hull, regarding the necessity
for the various city Improvements
which have been Indefinitely postponed,
by the reduction in the tux levy, out
of the funds raised by which the 1m
prnvements wero to have been paid for.
As was stated In The Tribune's re
port, the ordinance was amended upon
its third und llunl reading to a form
piovidlng for u decreased levy. This
has resulted in the postponement of re
pair work on a number of city streets,
and on the rebuilding of bevenil of the
This signature Is on every box of tho gcauluv
tliat cure a cola lu oue day.
This is fc f ff
. . P Jv
quite a few pairs,
When we have a
a clean clear-out.
bridges which wero swept away by th
A prominent citizen of North Sera
ton wus In the olllce of Superintend?
of Building Inspection F. L. BrqnJ
yesterday afternoon, and expressed
opinion, In forcible terms, regarding
matter. Said he: "It's un outrage tl
those bridges in the North End havq
been attended to yet. There's irnme
ate necessity for repairing at least tti
of them. We are beginning to wond
out there, if we hadn't better take
matter into our own hands, and brll
timbers from the woods to make ru
bridges of our own. it hnB been dq
before, and we could do it again."
BRISK MONTH FOB RECRUITS!
Seven Men Have Been Sent ffl
Here to Join the Army,
Young as the month is, the officers
charge of tho local recruiting station!
the United States army have alreal
sent seven men from this city to serv
Uncle Sam. A number of these formeri
ly woro tho blue.
Oscar Schlble, of Unlondalo; Harrl
Carpenter, of Thompson, and Walter Al
Vunnse, of Owego, N, v wore all sen)
to Fort Slocum, to serve In the coat
artillery. They wero enlisted August
On August i, John W. McCormlck,
ninghamton; Wllllnm Murray, whfl
gavo his nationality as Scotch nnd hi
temporary residence ns Avocuj John
Coud, of Avoca, and Thomas L. FlUJ
Patrick, of the central city, were enl
The Inst three named were all sent tl
the infantry barracks at Columbus.
Coad unci -Murruy formerly served in
tho Philippines, as members of the
Nineteenth infantry, and Fltzpatrck
suw service there with the Fifteenth'
infantry. McCormlck wus sent to tho
cavalry barracks nt Jefferson, Mo,
NEW HOSE HAS ARRIVED,
It Will Be Given a Test This Morn
ing' on Franklin Avenue.
The 5.150 feet of new lire hose, recent!
ly pin chased by the department of nub
lie safety, arrived In tho city yesterll;
and will be tested this morning In fror
of Engine house No. 1, on Franklll
A prcssuie ot 250 pounds will be pt
on tho iiose, which Is guaranteed tl
stuud u pressure of 400 pounds to till