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THE SCRANtfON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1902.
The News of Carbondale.
OUR "PETS" ARE IN
THEIR OLD TIME FORM
They Shut Out the Scrnnton Alumni
Team In nn Errorless Gome Yester
day Afternoon, nnd Had the Morn
ing Qame Cinched, but for the
Error of Putting Jack Fee In the
Box for Two Innings Two Fine
Games That Show the Crescents
Are Flaying the Game Again.
Scores, 7-2 and 10-0.
Crescento, 10; Alumni, 0 (afternoon).
Crescents, 2; Alumni, 7 (morning),
And they arc more than ever "Our
Altogether, perhaps 0,000 persons left
' Duffy's field yesterday, satisfied that
they had enjoyed two of the best-
. played games ever witnessed on that
" diamond and they left well convinced
that the Crescents -who arc "Our Pets"
J,' nro back In the gumc again; prc-
1 jiarcd to redeem the disasters of the
, past few weeks. The "knockers" have
won their last twenty-five cent bets;
they are on the run and everybody is
Wo lost the first game, after the
second Inning, during which six runs
were made off Jack Fee, who went Into
the box with a stiff arm. But In the
uffcrnonl Oh, my! How we did win!
We' have enough of glory to last for a
spell. A shut-out nnd an errorless
game. Unquestionably It was the best
. game of the season and there was
never a more pleased crowd than the
throng which left the grounds before
fi o'clock, exulting over the day's con
quest. The spirit of the players had
Its effect In playing, which If main
tained to any degree, will send down
almost any team, like a set of nine
pins before a big bowling ball. En
thustlasts who have seen the best kind
of ball playing gloried last night In
expatiating In the work of the team
in both contests, but particularly In the
afternoon, when the "Pets" played all
round the Alumni and lost them in the
game of hide-and-seek. As intimated,
the morning game was more our prop
erty than the Alumni. After the sec
ond inning, when McAndrew took Fee's
place, only one run was scored, while
we earned two. Owney held the Hyde
Park lads down like a spiked rail on
No. 1 plane on the old Gravity.
And so evberyody is happy! And they
are still "Our Pets!"
' The Afternoon Game.
One basket of peaches bright-haired
Joseph Harrison came from Scranton
to twirl for the afternoon game, and he
made good, aces high.
Joe was a little late in getting to
" the ground, so our Owney wont into the
box. He pitched three innings, and
had the Alumni bunch at his mercy as
in, the morning; they got only one hit.
As Owney will be needed later in
the week, and two games in one day
is not advisable for any pitcher, Hani
son went into the box right after he
reached the grounds. From thence un
til the ninth inning, no man but one,
little "Genie" Tropp, saw third base;
and he didn't linger there long. Har
rison's work was superb. He couldn't
be touched with any safety. Five hits
were the Hyde Parkers' limit. Four
of them were singles; one, Tropp's, a
The fast work of the Crescents made
the innings mighty short. Only one or
two Hies were batted; the rest were
tihort, but hot, infield drives that kept
the Crescents working. And how they
did work. Oh, peaches! It was a case
of whack, then a busy fielder and a
man out. This was kept up for the
Hln,e Innings. Harrison was ns faith
ful and true as a grandfather's clock;
while the men behind our "Pets"
were as regular in their work as a
healthy, growing youngster is at his
three meals every day. It was a repe
tition of three men and out, Inning af
ter inning; just as steady as Cresceus
going the last quarter on his record
mile. The fielding on t'other side,
when we weren't slamming the ball,
was likewise pretty much hot stuff,
only we saw them a few better.
Tlfe lead we got was obtained in the
, fifth, .when Morris started with a base
on balls. A hit by Emmett followed,
then a base by Harrison by a hit by
pitcher. Murray made a hit, Rosier
got his base on balls, then Cuff knocked
a slashing hit to left field, which
scored three of the runs. Morris, prior
10 mis, maae ms way home and Ros
ier nnd Cuff came homo on a wild
throw from left. In the eighth, wo got
two more by a hit by Morris and a
three-bagger by Emmett. The last run
was in the ninth on a hit by MeTler
nan and a three-bagger by Cuff. Then
It was over but counting the runs and
hits. The score:
Tropp, cf o
Bray, ss ,, o
Jeffries, if o
Kane, c ,. o
Phillips, lh o
Thomas, 2b o
Harrington, p o
..O'Rellloy, 3b o
. It. O. A. 13.
Murray, ss , 1 1 o 7 o
Rosier, If 1 l) o o 0
McTlcrnan, 31) ,,.. 2 t o 1 o
Cuff, if 12 10 0
Klnnnory, c 0 1 r 2 o
Morris, 2b 2 1 ; 3 0
Emmett, lb 2 3 13 0 U
Monnghon, cf 1 0 0 1 0 0
McAndrew, p 0 0 0 0 0
Harrison, p 1 1 0 1 0
Totals 10 lo 27 14 Co
score ny innings:
Scranton 0 00000000-0
Carbondnlc 1 0 0 0 (! 0 0 2 1 10
Two-baso bits-Cuff, Flannory. Throo
baso lilts-Cuff, Emmett, Tropp. Base on
balls McTirrnan, Rosier, O'Rellloy.
Struck otit-By Harrison, 3; by Ilnnlng
ton, 1. Stolen bnaos-McTlornnh, Thomns.
The morning Game.
The story of the morning game Is a
short one. It wns our misfortune to
have the veteran Jack Fee In poor con
dition. After Saturday's nunn In
Honesdale, when ho gave the Rusty
towners only three stingy hits, his arm
was stiff. He didn't realize the extent
of his stiffness until uftcr ho began
lo pitch. The Hyde Parkers landed on
him and made five hits and six runs
In two Innings. Then Jack gave up
the battle and our Owney went Into
the box in the third Inning. v
Owney did nobly. With fine fielding
behind him, he kept the Hyde Park
lads down to one run. This was due to
a remarkably good steal by Tropp,
from third to home, on a thrown ball
from second to the plate. One run In
seven Innings on nine hits is keeping
the hits well scattered. It was a good
morning's work, and had Owney gone
into the box the first Inning, the result
might have been different.
After the game there was some talk
among the rooters perhaps we should
say the "knockers" that the runs In
the first two Innings were due as much
to the Crescents' errors ns to the hits
off Fee. But such talk, such striking
in the air, is only a repetition of the
continuous performance of knocking
that has disgusted the loyal supporters
of the "Pets" for the past month. It
has bpen the rule when a player made
an error, perhups on a hard chance on
the fast diamond on Duffy's field, to
lay the defeat to that mlsplay, regard
less of the indisputable fact that the
error had nothing to do with the re
sult. It is this unreasonable, unchari
table and uncalled for talk that has
disturbed the perhaps too conscientious
and too sensitive players, whose rec
ords have lowered somewhat, lately,
and If the knockers would only get
next to themselves, shut off their hot
air pipes,' and be good, our "Pots"
would renew the winning streak that
made them "Johnnles-on-the-spot"
with the "Knockers," until defeat
The truth is with respect to the er
rors in the first part of the game, only
two of the six In the first two Innings
were charged to mlsplays. Four of
the six runs were earned by bunching
of hits. Errors by Fee. McTiernan nnd
Murray were responsible for just two
of the six runs. These four runs were
enough to make the game good for the
Boone Hill, Sandy Banks, South Side,
and central city players.
The nine 'hits made off Owney were
responsible for only one run, while the
seven the "Pets" secured from Allen,
gave us our two tallies. We can re
peat, therefore, with McAndrew in the
box from the start the result would
likely be different. It was u splendidly
played game, one that the 2,000 or more
roooters enjoyed and did not begrudge
to the visitors.
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without nny errors, some of tho balls be
ing mighty hard to handle.
Of the nine hits off McAndrew In the
morning none was more than a single, Of
tho Crescents' seven hits, two were two
bnggois, In the nfternoon wo hnd two
two-baggers and two threc-lmggcrs out of
ten hits. That's hitting some.'-. George
Curt had two two-bose hits and ono
throc-lmse hit. Emmett had one-three
baso hit and Flanncry had two two-bng-
Phillips, thejong division first bnsemnn
from Hyde Parfr, hnd thirty-four chances,
with only thrco errors. His work on
this bnao could hardly be excelled.
"Sport" Thomns, of Scranton, Is ono of
the liveliest and one of the best well
lounded players that has bejn seen on a
Carbomlnla diamond. Though ho Is al
ways looking for all that's coming to him
ho Is In flno favor with the crowd.
OPENS WITH "NATHAN HALE.1
R. H. O. A. E.
Tropp, cf 3 2 a 0 0
Bray, ss 2 3 2 10
Joffiles, If 0 ,' 1 0 0
Kane, e 112 0 0
Phillips, lb 1 2 13 3 1
Thomas, 2b 0 2 0 5 0
Harrington, "rf 0 13 10
O'R.-'lllcy, 3b 0 0 110
Allen, p 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 7 11 27 r 1
R. II. O. A. E.
Murray, s-s 0 0 2 2 2
Rosier, If 12 0 0 0
McTiernan, 3b 0 15 0 1
Cuff, if 1 -'1 1 u 0
Flannory, cf 0 1 I 1 0
Morris, 21) 0 15 11
Emmett, lb 0 17 0 0
Loftns, c 0 0 2 10
McAndrew, p 0 0 0 3 0
Monaghon, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Fee, p 0 0 0 11
Season of 02-'03 at the Grand Has
an Auspicious Beginning.
Tho theatrical season of 1902-03 In
Carbondalo was fittingly rushed In
nt tho Grand, yesterday ufternoon
and evening, with Howard Kyle In his
highly acceptable presentation of Clyde
Fitch's beautiful story of the patriot
"Nathan Hale," whose life ought to bo
the inspiration of patriotic young
To those who enjoyed the finished
work of Mr. Kyle lust year, supple
mented by his competent company, his
reappearance was welcomed as the re
turn of a popular favorite. The unfold
ing of the beautiful and ennobling
story of the life of the young patriot
was given with the same spirit, fidel
ity and finish that characterized the
presentation of last year and the pre
ceding year, two seasons of triumphs
for Mr. Kyle and his "Nathan Hale."
The company this season Is scarcely
changed since Inst year, therefore It
can be appreciated how acceptable the
The audience wns a large one; ap
preciative, grateful and enthusiastic.
Curtain calls were given after each net,
two and three beginning with the con
clusion of tho second net.
The Improved annearanre of hn
tastefully re-decorated and re-fur-nlshed
playhouse won many encomi
ums for Manager Byrne and fully justi
fied tho predictions ns to the appreci
ation of the patrons of the Grand.
connection with R. C. Williams & Co.,
wholesale grocers, New York city,
whom ho has represented for some
time, and has secured a more favor
able position with the Allen Dltchett
company, successors to Sout, Spencer
& Co., nn old established house In Now
York city. Mr. Benton has a wide and
valuable acqualntnncc'nmong the trndo
In this region, and this, coupled with
his ability as a salesman, ought to ns-
suro a large patronage for his new em
ployers. He will have the territory In
this vulley as heretofore, with head
quarters In Carbondalo. He has num
erous wishes fbr success in his changed
Connolly & Wallace
5cran ton's Shopping; Center
The safe starting place for ev
erything is our lowest price.
No limit the other way as fine
things as money will buy are here.
A clear-seeing eye accustomed
to balance things fairly can quick
ly see the difference between this
store and others.
I Opening of Fall Ruffs and Boas
So pretty we can t hold them back. We must show you what we have.
The ruffs are made of all sort9 of quilled aud pleated and tucked chiffon,
lovely .and dainty, aud transparent. Some are shaped like a collar and trimmed
with a bit of crochet lace laid 'round, contrasting with the black, aud giving an en
tirely new aua very effective res nit.
Bustytown Is Sorrowful.
The papers of Rustytown, over the
Mooslcs, will be sad and loud In their
wnlllngs this week, while the Archbnld
correspondents will be piping us shrilly
as the Last Chance whistle. The Rusty
town children went down before the
Archbaldluns, accent on the bald, at
Lake Lodore yesterday. It was n fear
ful slaughter. Poor Benny Hessllng,
brave Benny Hessllng, Benny Hcssllng,
got his bumps. 'Twas a fearful
slaughter! Hits in one, twos and threes
until the score was 12-C at the finish.
More power to the men from Johnny
Dougher's town, "There was consider
able wrangling over the umpire, and he
wns bounced by tho Honesdalers.
Case of Illness.
Henry Kennedy, jr., is seriously 111
at his home on South Main street.
LABOR DAY HEBE.
ir. O. A. 13.
0 0 li 0
a j 0 3
0 10 i
15 5 0
0 0 L' 0
1 li 0
0 10 0
,,,.,. IWBAOIIER'S CHILDREN
.,.'. ,. !' gama aa others.
1,1.4 MN. I
i The. wife of a prominent divine tried
nthe food euro with her little daughter.
Bho says, "I feel sure that our experi
ence with Grape Nuts food would be
nuaeful to many mothers. Our little
-daughter, eight years old, wns subject
to bowel trouble which we did not then
w understand and which tho doctor's pre
scriptlons failed to cure,
Wo had been using different cereals
for -breakfast and finally becoming dis
couraged 1 said, -I will try an experi
ment, I will discard all other cereals
and use only Grape-Nuts for break
iastfJ3The three children all like it bet
ter than anything else and aro so fond
of it that I hardly let them have all
they want. In a short time I could seo
an Improvement In the bowel trouble.
Webegan using' arapo-Nuts flvo
months' agq and now not only has tho
bowel trouble disappeared but the child
has 'grown so plump and well In fact
'war never so fleshy before that all. our
friends notice and remark about It. We
"thlnk-we have an Ideal breakfast which
consists of whole wheat bread with
butter, Postum Cereal .Coffee and
'Grape-Nuts, This Is all we caro fpr
and I think It would be hard to And
many families po Invariably, healthy as
Is ours." Name given by tho i'ostum
Co., Wattle Creek, Mich.
Totals 7 'S! 0 5
Score by Innings:
Scranton 1 'J 0 0 0 0 0 0-7
Carbondalo 0 0 0 L' 0 0 0 0 02
Two-baso lilts Cuff, Flannory. Struck
out By McAiidiew, lj by Fee, 1. .Stolen
buses Thomas, Tropp, Hosier andr Mor
ris. Bases on balls Tropp, Bray, Jeffries.
GOSSIP OF THE GAME.
Flanncry caught tho crowd with the
way he pulled down tho fly In center
Held In tho second Inning. Theio wore
two men on bases nnd two men were out
when the fly cumo sailing out to left cen
ter. Flannery was after It like a race
horse and made a marvelous catch. Billy
Baved two runs.
Joo Hosier is catching up In his hitting.
Ho had tlueo corking hits in tho Scranton
gumo nnd two corking ones yesterday.
His hits started thu runs for us.
Tropp; of Scrnnton, mado just such a
catch In tho Hold im did Flannery, wiving
ut least two runs for his club, Tropp 1ms
a reputation as 11 fast player that ho
maintains In every gumo that ho plays.
Phenomenal plus seem to he the lulu
not tho exception among the Crescents
thtbo days. Monughou not to bo iiutdouo
by Rosier or Flanncry, Tnudo a catch In
tho afternoon game that deserves to go
Into the samo class as tho scusatloiial
piny of Hosier on tho day bcfoio. Iiitho
second Inning two men wore nut nnd Jof
files was on second bnBo. Phillips, the
long-geared Hint baseman, rnppcd out a
corker io loft center. Monughon started
llko a CTCer, but It hcemed to tho crowd
that It wns n futllo clmiico, Ho ucpt it
up, however, nnd Just us ho reached for
tho hull ho went down. Ho lolled over,
but clung to the bull with two lingers.
It was wonderful woik, and Is seldom
witnessed on a dlumond.
Morris was llko a stono wall at second
baso. Seven put outs and throo abslsts,
all glial p and clean, Is a ruro record for a
man In that position, Ho Is certainly a
valuable addition to tho team. Ha works
with his head, too,
Tho t'knockers" nre about out of bust,
ness. They nro on the run and tho best
way to keep them on tho movo is to en
courage tho pluyciu who liavo been tho
targets of their want of chailty nnd their
luck of bare ball brains.
Jlmmlo Murray at short stop Is whoio
he belongs. Ho played yesterday In his
old time form. Ills bucking lip of Mc
Tlernan's fumble or a hot liner nnd his
quick throw out to llrst was a line ox.
amplo of team work. This is another
knock-out .for tho "knockers."
Billy h'nimott'u flrtt appearance at llrst
base won the admiration of tho crowd.
He, too, is Just wnero ho belongs. He
had thirteen chances In the afternoon
Observed Without Demonstration in
There were no indications In Carbon
dale yesterday that It was Labor Day,
save the condition that the day hnd
somewhat of a holiday air than has
marked the community since the decla
ration of tho coal strike. There was
no demonstration of nny sort.
There were many visitors In town,
nnd numerous persons went either to
Scranton or were attracted to Lake
Lodore, particularly In the afternoon,
when several hundred went over the
mountain to join in tho observance of
the day at thu lakeside.
The ball games on Duffy's Held, be
tween the Crescents and Alumni teams
were the greatest attractions of the
day. Upwards of 6,000 persons wit
nessed the f-plendid exhibitions of the
In tho afternoon and evening large
sized audiences were at the Grand, to
witness Howard Kyle's presentation of
"Nathan Halo,"; which opened tho
dramatic season In Carbondale.
Tho "Brokers" dance in tho evening,
In the Burke building, attracted about
ICO well known young people.
JESSE BAGLEY AT BEST.
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Yesterday was observed as a general
holiday. Stores were closed and many
spent the day out of town.
Philip Baker, who for the past few
days had not been so well, Improved a
Mrs. John R. Jones has recovered
sufficiently to be brought to her home
on Main street.
A meeting of the congregation of
Sacred Heart church has been arranged
for this evening, for the purpose of
re-organlzing a choir. Miss Sadie Tim
lin, a talented muslciun, has been se
lected as organist.
Superintendent Hemclrlght Is con
fined to hlsliome with a sore leg.
Clyde Bell, of New Jeisey, Is visit
ing some of his old Jermyn friends.
The vacation of the school children
is ended, and school will re-open this
Mrs. John Maynard and daughter.
Ruth, of South Main street, are visit
ing nt Duryea.
Miss Mary Swlck and Miss Gertrude
Davis returned Saturday from a fort
night's visit in 'Western New York.
Tho Young Men's Institute base ball
team will go to Mlnooku tomorrow, to
cross bats with the Y. M. I. team of
Elijah Stephens, James Harris, sr.,
William McCuIlney and James Harris,
Jr., played with the Lawrence band,
ut Scranton, yesterday.
Other ruffj are of all black mousseliues, tucked and pleated, always falling X
in front in long streamers ''stoles" we called them last year in furs.The daintiest, X
mostlemiaine aud becoming ruffs we have ever seen in black, white colors and grey. X
t Turkish Towels
Three special lots of Turkish Towels neither of which has been surpassed
in anything here in many months,
The first is in bleached and unbleached s'z;, 22x4s inches, and is a remark
able towel at the price, 12Jc each. We have 2400.
The next lot is an unbleached towel, very large size, 26x52, at 20c each.
The third lot is at 25c each. Bleached with hemmed ends, size 24x48,
unbleached, fringed ends, size 27x52. They are big and heavy, with the capacity
for water of a sponge. We have 1200. Great bargains for housekeepers.
Specialties at Linen Counter in Rear
Mercerized Table Damask, 64 inches wide, in eigiit patterns, in a beautiful,
fine, highly finished cotton cloth, looks like the finest linen, feels like silk, and
will retain the finish 50c a yard.
Wash Cloths in white and fancy terry cloth, hemmed ends, with loop to hang
up. 5c each, 55c dozen.
Scrubbing or Floor Cloths, very absorbent, with hemmed borders much bet
ter to use than old rags and nearly as cheap 6c each, 68c dozen.
College Flags and Neckwear, 50 Cents.
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I23i5i27ijy wasninofton Avenue.
Funeral Services at tho Home
The funeral of tho late Jesse Bagley
took place yesterday afternoon from
tho residence on Uelmont street.
The deceased was laid at rest with
all tho mark of respect due him ns a
respected and honored citizen of this
community, a Just and true neighbor,
a steadfast, loyal friend and a faithful
member of the Masonic order, to which
he was so attached.
Rev. Charles Leo, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, and Nov, R. A.
Sawyer, rector of Trinity church, offici
ated at Iho servlees.whleh were marked
hy a warm eulogy of tho qualities of
the deceased. Carbondale lodgo of
Masons was well represented at the
obsequies. At tho grave In Maplewood
cemetery tho Masonic ritual was observed.
Sympathy for Huel.
Iluel Hampton, who once cast his lot
in Carbondalo and used to catch balls
at Alumni park, but is now In Hones
da lo, Pa., Is perhups one of the most
ardent supporters of tho team that
Billy Miller plays on. He will bank ul
most anything on the Bustytown
bunch. 'T1b said that he banked con
siderable on them yesterday, and will
likely have to stand the thrusts of his
associates on the Delawuro and Hud
son road when ho makes his trip to
Carbondalo toduy. Rustytown lost, and
Ruel well, he'll tell the rest.
With a New Firm.
Cleorgo J, Benton, tho well-known
traveling salesman, has severed his
Joseph Patten and family spent yes
terday at Lake Chapman.
Mr. and Mrs. John Probert, of Dela
ware street, spent Sunday a Kingston.
Miss Mnmo Sarge has returned fiom
her vacation, spent at Shlckshinny.
Miss Katie O'Horo, of Paterson, N.
J., Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Noal
Misses May Evans and Lillian Taylor
have returned from it visit to Spring
L. D. Martin, who has been tho guest
of Mrs. Barbara Ferguson for the past
two weeks, returned to his home in
New York yesterday.
Miss Edith Corwin, of Green Ridge,
spent Sunday with friends in town.
Ethelbert Jones, of Norwich, Is
spending a few days with his mother,
Mrs. 13d ward Jones.
Miss Flossie Evans, of Busquehanna
street, returned yesterday, after a trip
Samuel Roe has returned from un ex
tended visit to Brooklyn.
Bert Davis, who has been visiting his
parents here, returned to New York
Will Tobias, of South Gibson, spent
a few days with friends here.
Robert Lewsley visited relatives In
Carbondalo over Sundu.v.
Misses Nellie Gallagher and Alice
Kelly leuvo today for Stroudsburg,
where they will remain a week.
Kete Brothers' Piano
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Keller, who has had over
thirty years' experience in Piano
making, and has manufactured
the popular K31LER BROS.'
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not only an expert Piano Maker,
but a musician of repute as well,
and it is not strange if in quality
of tono we can guarantee some
thing fine. We hesitate at no ex
pense to produce a piano of the
very highest grade, and we be
liove that we have reached that
stage of perfection, as we have on
file In our omce Hundreds or un
solicited testimonials from exports using the Keller Bros.' Pianos.
Our pianos are guaranteed for ten years, and there 13 not ono dis
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Piano for as little money.
This Is an. extremely dangerous dis
ease, In almost every neighborhood
some one has died from It, and In many
Instances before u physician could be
summoned or medicine obtained, Mrs.
E. II. Delano, of Durant, Mich., is sub
ject to beyere attacks of cholera mor
bus. During the pust four years she
has kept at, hand a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colle, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, and saiv it has always given
her quick relief. During 4hls time she
has used two bottles of It. This rem
edy, can bo depended upon In the most
severe and dangerous cases. The safe
way Is to keep It at hand ready for In
stant use. For sale by all druggists.
At a special meeting of 'the school
board, Miss Maine Price was elected
teacher in C. A. Burke's place, Mr.
Burko having resigned. Miss Delia
Dougher will teach at Edgerton, and
Miss Price at the Ridge. School will
open this morning,
James Eggert, of Mctuchcn, N. J Is
visiting relatives in town.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Battonberg, of
Scranton, aro visiting relatives in this
Walter"Luer has returned from Ger
manla, Pa., where he has been visiting
Mrs. Louise Bishop, of Carbondale,
Is visiting relatives in town,
Wllllum Howley, of Scranton. was a
caller In town yesterday,
Another victory for Tho Kids, They
journeyed to Luke Lodore, where tey
administered defeat to the Honesdale
team, score, u-&.
Mrs. Hannah Cayanaugh nnd daugh
ter, Alice, have returned from a ten
days' sojourn ut Atlantic City,
Pianos Sold on Easy Paymenis
Old Instruments Taken in Exchange
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lj 1043 to 1051 Cnpouse Avenue.
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126 Wyoming Ate.
In ribbon department. If
you are on hand early
you will secure some
satisfactory Silk and Satin
ribbon bargains. Each
little wave of summer
selling left a bargain. If
you want ribbons for half
or even less, don't miss
Mr. und Mrs. James Jopllng and
children, Edna, Claude und Harold, of
Academy street, and Mr. and Mrs. Wll
llum Rooke and daughter, Edith, and
son, attended the Jopllng reunion at
West Scranton last week.
W. O. Lathrop and Miss Pearl Trey
erton, of Scranton, called on their
cousin, Miss Maude Troverton, of Main
Tho Misses Alary und Hilda Swlck,
of Jermyn, called on friends here, Sun
day. Mrs. John Reese, of Main street, Is
visiting her- son, of West Scranton.
Mrs. Decker and children, of Nichol
son, and Mrs. Stubbs and daughter,
of Jermyn, are visiting at tho homo of
Mr, and Mrs. George Clark, of Brook
Mrs, John Day und daughter, Grace,
have returned from a visit with her
husband at Niagara Fulls,
Miss Muriel Evuns, of Providence, is
visiting Mlss'Coru Hendricks, of Ac
Mrs, Wllllum Miller and children, of
Bell Place, have returned home, ufter
spending several weeks' vacation with
friends ut Nazareth.
Mrs. Edwurd Evuns nnd daughter,
of Blukely, have returned from a ten
days' sojourn at Ocean drove.
Mine Locals Ifos. 001, 1013 and 1619,
of the Tayor, I'yno and Archbald
mines, turned out strong on parade at
Tho public schools of this, borough
will reopen this morning, after the
summer vacation. Tho term will be
ten months, in place of nine months,
as heretofore. Thero hayo been four
now appointments, owing to tho re
signation of two touchers and the erec
tion of a new school at Lincoln Heights,
which will bo ready for occupancy by
the 15th of the month,
Peter RoboHs, formerly nn old and
respected resident of Old Forge, died
yesterday ut tho homo of his daughter,
on Oxford street, Deceased was well
known In this town. Tho. funeral will
be held tomorrow (Wednesday) ufter
Tho machinery for tho now silk mill,
on High street, is being put in place.
Messrs. Charles li. Davis, Simon
Reedy, J. AV. Snndo and M. F, Sando,
promoters of the new Victoria Silk fac
tory, on High street, were In town yes
terday, looking ufter their Interests In
tho new concern.
Mr. and Mrs, Arthur English and
Miss Reed, of Now York city, aro tho
guests, of Mr, and Mrs. U. O. Jones,
of Main street, for the past fow days.
Mrs. James AJoitIs, ei, of Grovo
street, has returned home from her so
journ ut Lake Wluolu.
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Burnett, of
Union street, spent yesterday with
friends at Hlinonson.
Alfred Banlleld, of italn street, who
Is receiving treatment at Dr. Thomp
son's hospital, Scranton, for an Injury
which ho received ono week ago, is
Idlss Adeline Thomas has returned to
her homo In Wllkes-Barre, after being
At 10 Cents
Satins and Taffetas, re
gular 15, 18, and 20 cent
quality, all colors. Satins
At 15 Cents
22 Best quality Sat
in Ribbon, fine for fall
Neckwear and Millinery.
At 39 Cents
Entire line of Fancy
Corded, Liberty ond Sat
in, 65 cent quality.
At 25 Cents
Summer Line Lace
You always need rib
bons, come in today and
get good ribbons, at good
the guest of her cousin, Mls3 Edith,
Williams, of Washington street.
Miss Maud Andeison, of Green Ridge,
visited friends In town yesterday.
Richard Gendull, of Crawford, N, J.
called on friends In town on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, of Wllkes
Barre, were guests of relatives In town