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THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 11)02. ',
Frank J. Greene and Miss Mayme Reilly
Married in Binghamton Other
The wedding of Ml?s Mnymc Rollly,
of Pleasant street, to Prank J. Greene,
of Tenth street, ut Ulnghnmton, on
June 2, has Just become known, and
It has caused a Rreat deal of pleasant
surprise among their friends.
The contracting parties went to the
Parlor City, and wore united In mar
llnge there. They succeeded In keeping
the secret until last Friday, when, In
some manner, Mr. Greene's parents
became apprised of the fact, and when
the young people were asked concern
ing It they told of the happy event.
On Saturday evening a reception was
held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Greene,
nt the home of the former's parents,
and the formal announcement was
made, ufter which congratulations
were In order. Miss Rellly was a clerk
in Jonas Long's Sons' store, and is a
very accomplished young woman. Mr.
Greene is the popular bookkeeper nt
the otllco of the Finch Manufacturing
Last evening In Mcnrs' hnll was held
the opening dance of the Harvard
Dancing class. The iloor was com
pletely llllcd with the happy dancers,
who enjoyed themselves till a late
hour. The Interior was very prettily
decorated for the occasion, and Miss
Kate Reardon furnished the music for
The officers of the club are: Harry
Phillips, president; H. L. Davis, vice
president; T. It. Morgan, treasurer, and
Edward Collins, secretary. The affair
was under the' direction of Samuel H.
Sanford, T. J. Williams, John It. Bo
wen and "William Harris.
In Police Court.
John Coggins, of Fellows and Tenth
streets, was given a hearing In police
court yesterday morning on thecharge
of stealing chickens. The prisoner was
arrested in a state of intoxication
early Sunday morning, he having in
bis possession at the time several
chickens, which ho claimed to have
lifted from the hen coop of his mother.
At the bearing, bis mother denied
that ho had stolen the chickens from
her, saying that although she bad sev
eral chickens, they yerc all in her pos
session on Sunday morning. The
alderman fined the prisoner $5 and in
default ho was sent to jail.
Reception to Pastor.
This evening the members of the
First Baptist church will tender a re
ception to their departing pastor. Rev.
FREE! FREE! FREE!
J?ive stamps given o-way -with,
each bottle of Duf our's Trench Tar
G. W. JENKINS.
S, F, Mntbcws. The reception will be
held in the church auditorium, and nn
elaborate programme has been prepared-for
new It. F. Y. Pierce, of the Penn
Avenue Buptlst church; Hev. A.
Hatcher Smith, of the North Main
Avenue Baptist church; Hev. Hugh C.
McDermott, of the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church; Rev. Bennlnger, of
the Embury Methodist Episcopal
church, and other prominent ministers
and laymen of note will be present and
address the' assemblage.
Very Sad Death.
Again the dark nngel of death has
visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
II. McNernoy, of 17 Stark place, and
this time It called the husband and
father to his flnnl rest. Mr. McNerney
was grlef-strlcken over the death of
his eldest son, Frank, 22 years old,
whose funeral took place on Sunday.
At the conclusion of the sad burial
service of his son, he stood beside the
open grave seemingly oblivious to all
around him, and when assisted to the
waiting caniuge seemed about to suc
cumb. The home-coming was sad In the ex
treme, and the loss of his manly son
preyed upon his mind until five hours
after the funeral, at 8 o'clock, when
he quietly breathed his last.
The deceased was 45 years of age,
and leaves a widow and several chil
dren. The funeral will take place
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from
St. Patrick's church, with interment In
the Cathedral cemetery.
The Xast Sad Tribute.
Services over the remains of the late
Patrick Farrer, of 510 Broadway, who
died at the Lackawanna hospital Fri
day night as the result of a broken
back, sustained by falling from a scaf
fold at the Allls-Chalmers works.where
he was employed, were held yesterday
morning at 9.30 o'clock at the Holy
Cross church in Bellevue.
Rev. W. P. O'Donnell conducted a
solemn high mass of requiem. At the
close of the services the funeral cor
tege moved to the Dunmoro cemetery,
accompanied by St. Paul's Pioneer
corps, of which deceased was a mem
ber. At the cemetery the flower-laden
casket was laid at rest.
The pall-bearers were: Daniel Lena
ban, Thomas R. Carroll, John Devers,
Martin Logan, John Roche and Pat
rick Lafferty. The Hower-bearcrs were:
Frank Walsh and Thomas Curran.
Funeral of Edward McHale.
Yesterday morning, at 9 o'clock, was
held the funeral of the late Edward
McHale, of 1210 Pleasant street, who
passed to his reward on Saturday
morning. The friends were permitted
to view the remains at the late homo
just before the funeral services at St.
Patrick's churc' .
Rev. P. E. Luvclle officiated at the
4 &lil illii l itt Ail ll ixl lUi iil iii4 .l
And the Monday bargains,
if omitted this week, would
mean hardship purchases in
I Today Is
In place of Monday, and
things that'the children will want
when they go back to school
next week are made a special
feature in all departments.
I The Inducements
lAre Great l5
And owing to the tempor
ary change ot date, cheerfully
made on account of Labor Day,
the crowd will probably not be
as great as usual, making buy-
ing much more comfortable for
those who attend.
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solemn high mass of requiem, assisted
by Rev. P. A. Pricker nnd Rev. J. J.
Dunn. Tho floral tributes were many
nnd beautiful, nmong them being sev
eral casket bouquets, set pieces nnd a
large broken wheel from the trainmen.
At the close of the services tho
funeral cortege moved to the Cathedral
cemetery, where Interment was made.
The pall-bearers were nil selected from
tho trainmen and were; John O'Brien,
Samuel Morrow, Edward Hennlgun,
Thomas Golden, Jumes Sulllvnn and
Timothy Buckley. The flower-bearers
were three of the most intimate friends
Sept. 12, the Colonial Dancing class
will open the season wltlr a dance and
social In Washington hall.
This evening; the members of the
First Baptist church will tender Its
pastor, Rev. S. F. Mathews, a farewell
reception In tho church auditorium.
Sept. IS, the Wnhneta Dancing class
will hold their opening dance In Moars'
Class No. 12, nf the Embury Metho
dist Episcopal church will enjoy a trol
ley ride to Carbondale Thursdny even
ing. The probationers' class of the Simp
son Methodist Episcopal church will
meet Friday evening.
Mrs. R. W. Cnstner will entertain the
Railroad auxiliary of the Simpson
church, at her home dn North Lincoln
avenue, Thursday evening.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Rev. T. A. Humphreys will occupy
the pulpit of the Plymouth Congrega
tional church for the next three Sun
days. New fire alarm boxes have been
placed ut Nor'th Main avenue and
Schlager boulevard, and at Sumner
avenue and Dorothy street.
The Misses Gertrude and Jennie Mor
gan, ot 117 North Filmore avenue, have
returned from an extended visit with
their sister, Mrs. J. L. Robinson, ot
State College, Pa.
Dr. George B. Reynolds has moved
Into his newly acquired home, the old
Blair property at 146 South Main ave
nue. The doctor has made numerous
Improvements about the house.
Mrs. Byron Wade, of 1127 Washburn
street, has returned home from Phila
delphia, where she attended the fu
neral of her sister.
Mrs. J. E. Kern, of 1125 Washburn
street, is recovering from a severe Ill
ness. Arthur R. Kime, of Arborno, L. I.,
reached the city last evening, to attend
the funeral of his sister, Edna May,
who died Sunday morning.
Miss Mae M. Evans, of Academy
street, and Mrs. George W. Engel, of
Mullein street, have returned home
from Fountain Springs nnd Ashland.
Mrs. J. R, Kime, of US North Hyde
Park avenue, is at her home in a pre
carious condition as tho result of the
shock sustained at the death of her
Mrs. John R. Thomas and daughter,
Sarah, of Lansford, are visiting Mrs.
Morgan Evans, of Academy street.
Miss Mamie Stephens, of Carbondale,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Saunders, of 442 North Bromley ave
nue. The Alumni Athletic association held
an important meeting last evening.
The West Side Browns defeated the
Alerts recently, by a score of 8 to 5, In
the presence of 1,500 people.
Hon. H. M. Edwards, of South Main
avenue, is in Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stover, of North
Bromley avenue, are at Atlantic City.
Miss Mabel Dershlmer, of South
Main avenue, has been called homo
from Lake Wlnola, by the death of a
Tomorrow at -' o'clock will be held
the funeral of tho late Richard W.
Roberts, at the Tabernacle church.
The funeral of the late Edna May
Kime will occur this afternoon from
the parental home, 116 North Hyde
S J S Cs Tl"'6e Da? ' fc-l Special Sale 3 W g s
SOUTH SCHANTON NOTES.
A Jolly surprise party assembled at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Kramer, on Cedar avenue, last evening
and serenaded their daughter, Miss
Maud Kramer, who will leave home
shortly for Mallnkrodt convent, Wilkes
Burre. The affair was well planned,
and the young lady was taken com
pletely by surprise. A hearty welcome
was accorded the serenaders. Games
and pastimes of various kinds helped
to pass the merry moments until 11
o'clock, when an appetizing supper was
served. Those present were: Misses
Roslo Demuth, Annie Klein, Justlna
Klein, Gertrude and Lillian Klrst,
Anna Snyder, Anna Wetter, Adalide
and Mnmle Hefty, Sybllla Bock, Min
nie Geiger, Mamie and Maggie Buck,
Stella Kolb, Katie Klein. Lillian Con
rad, Lena Lentes, and Master Harry
A somewhat unusual nffalr, but
nevertheless a very enjoyable one, took
place on Sunday at Lake Underwood,
that will leave pleasant memories with
those who had the privilege of attend
ing. It partook of the nature of a fam
ily reunion, but was really In honor of
Mrs. John Blatter's fifty-fourth birth
day. Members of tho Blatter family
gathered from all over the county, and
they were the special guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Blatter at their beautiful summer
cottage. Friends from Scranton and
Factoryvlllo attended tho festivities,
and an abundance of refreshments were
served during the day. A happy cul
mination to the nffuir took pluce In
the afternoon, when tho relatives gath
ered about Mrs, Blatter and after wish
ing her many happy returns of the day,
presented her with 11 costly dlnmond
pin, fashioned like nn eastern star. The
presentation was made by Mr. Blutter,
and his estimable wife, who was com
pletely surprised, could scarcely find
words to reply. After supper tho visit
ing guests left for home.
Services were held at the residence of
Mr, und Mrs, John Westpfahl, on Pros
pect avenue, yesterday, over the re
mains of their Infant son, whose death
occurred Saturday, Interment was
afterwards made lii the Mlnooka ceme
tery, Mathlus, the 1-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs, John Kuhner, whose death
occurred on Saturday, was laid at rest
yesterday, Services took place at St.
Mary's German Catholic church, Rev,
Father Htraub ofllclntlug. Interment
was made in the Twentieth ward Ger
man Catholic cemetery.
The Junger Maennerehor Singing
society will meet In special session at
Its headquarters, in Bchlmpff's hall,
thl8velng,andthe meeting promises
AH 0M Aim WELL-TRIED REMEDT,
MBS. WINBLOW'B SOOTHING BYRUH
for children teething, Is the prescription ot
cue of tho beat fomuts physicians und
tiurses In the United States, and lias boed
used sixty yeurs with never-falllng buc,
ress by millions of mothers for their chlU
Cren, During the process of teething Hi
aluo Is Incalculable. It relieves the chlla
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping In th
towels, and wlnd-cpllc. By giving health
to the child It rests th mother. Price.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
September 2, 3 and 4. Three Days Which Your Dollar Will Do Double Duty.
Three Days of flatchless Prices.
Three Day Price
Shaker Flannel 3 Hc
6c Blue Calico, yard 3 78c
Lot of 6c Apron Ginghams, mostly . 1
dark colors.' Yard . 4-C
Three Day Price
Men's Half Hose, mixed yard, good
working hose. A pair OC
Three Day Price
Women's Oxford Ties, Dongola, Mc
Kay sewed, patent or kid tip, sensible
last, $1.50 kind for 97C
Three Day Price
Boys' School Knee Pants, medium weight,
dark colors, filled seams, 3 to 15 years,
25c at all tlraes. This sale, pair 1 C
Three Day Sale
Combination Sale of Dress Goods, suitable for
children's school dresses, 27-Inch serge
in plain and figured effects, staple colors,
15c kind. This sale, yard 1 (JC
Three Day Price
1 yard wide Bleached Hill Muslin, a
12.4c Drnss Glnohnms. crnnrl slrlnn
patterns, a yard ." ()C
Three Day Price
5c Cambric colors and black, per 3
Three Day Price
Children's School Shoes, button or lace, best
dongola, heavy soles, spring and regular
heel, $1.15 kind for OC
Three Day Price
Third Floor Carbon Prints, unframed pictures,
copies from original oil paintings, size 16x20 in.,
on light and dark grain mat board. 1 5c
is the price. This sale QC
Three Day Sale
Scotch Plaids for Children's School Dresses,
34 Inches wide, all the usual patterns in the plaid
designs, bright and medium colors, 15c .
kind, This sale, yard IOC
Three Day Price
1 yard wide Fine Bleached Muslin. varH 1 i.Rtr
7c Batistes. Closing out, a yard 4 1.3c
Three Day Price
10c Percallne, fast black and colors, yard 8c
2yic kind, a yard ioj$c
Three Day Price
Books Popular Novels by weU known authors,
always a ten cent book. Three Day ,
Three 'Day Price
Second Floor Women's Fine Hemstitched
Drawers, hem band above stitching, yoke band,
good width, all sizes and lengths. This -
sale I C
Three Day SaleSilk
20-Inch Guaranteed Taffeta, good luster, good
weight; a rustle which lovers of silk like to hear,
quality is a 75c kind. For this sale, a
These Prices Are Good for Three Days Only.
to be both lively and Interesting. Pro
fessor Hansen, of Wllkes-Barre, the
newly chosen director, will be present
and put the active singers through the
first rehearsal of the season. It Is earn
estly desired that every member be
present. Nomination and election of
officers Is ulso scheduled to take place.
There is a good-natured rivalry for
Mrs. Kolb and oldest son, Harry, and
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Nordt, of this
side, arc nt Lake Sheridan,
The lcnlc and social which took
place yesterday at Central Park gar
den, under the auspices of Camp 430,
P. O. S. of A. drum corps, was well at
tended and a success financially.
Miss Jennie Conway, of Maple street,
Is visiting friends In New York city.
Comet lodge, Knights of Pythias, will
meet in regular session this evening.
Mrs. Sarah Scott and son Bert, of this
side, are guests of friends at Stull.
First of the season. Sunday's mar
ket, 533 Cedar avenue.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam is
guaranteed to cine all coughs. "No cure,
no pay." For sale by all dealers.
regular meeting for September In tho
church parlors this afternoon at 2.30
Mr. and Mrs. John FIdler and daugh
ter, of West Market street, have re
turned from a two months' visit with
relatives In England.
Miss May Powell, of Summit avenue,
has returned from a two weeks' stay
at Stroudsburg and Delaware Water
Mrs. J. D. Keator, of Summit ave
nue, has returned from a two months'
visit in Iowa.
The base ball aggregation' represent
ing Mulley's store defeated the team
representing Jonas Long's Sons' store,
In an Interesting game on the Ash
street grounds yesterday afternoon by
the score of 9 to 7. The local boys were
superior in every position, nnd through
the hard training and coaching of Man
ager BIrtley, the team played great
ball. The stickers batted Major all
over for a while, but during the latter
part of the game he steadied down and
the local boys secured but one hit. Bu
chanan's curves had the visitors blind
ed until the fifth inning when they so
cured several hits. The batteries were:
Buchanan and Mackle for Mulley's, and
Major and Miller for Jonas Long's.
St. Mary's choir of the Holy Rosary
church, of William street, will enjoy
their annual outing at Harvey's Lake,
Wednesday. The outing will be In
charge of Rev. N. J. McManus, tho
pastor of the church. The choir, under
the direction of Miss Libble Neary, is
considered one of the best Catholic mu
sical organizations in the city. The
party will leave on the Delaware and
Hudson railroad from Providence depot
nt 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, and
return home at 8.30 p. m.
A Polander, partly Intoxicated, went
to his boarding house on Brick avenue
yesterday, and began to abuse bis
boarding boss and family. The board
ing boss tried to put him out, but was
unable to do so, and he received a
severe beating before the officers nr
rived. Word was sent to the station
house, and Patrolman Ross went to
the house and placed him under nrrest.
He will be given a hearing this morn
ing. Misses Emma and May Harte and
William Harte, of Diamond avenue,
have returned after u week's bojourn
at Lake Wlnola,
Miss Lucy McGulre. ot Court street,
has returned from a visit to New York
Mrs. H. Dawson, of North Main ave
nue, returned homo, Saturday, after
spending several weeks at Meshoppen.
Mrs. H, Palmer and daughter, of
North Main avenue, have returned
home from a visit with Kingston rela
tives, Mr, nnd Mrs. William Owens, ot
Green street, are spending a few days
In New Jersey,
Miss Annie Rhule, of Wayne- avenue,
has returned from a week's outing nt
The North "Scranton Fishing and
Hunting club enjoyed yesterday fishing
at Harvey's Lake,
Mrs. Jnmes McCluskle, of School
street, bus been removed to tho West
Side hospital, suffering ylth typhoid
Theresa lleajy, of areen Ridge
street, Is spending her vacation In New
The home of Mr, and Mrs. George'
Sunders, ot Dean street, is brightened
by the arrival of a baby daughter,
Mrs. Annie Johnson and daughter,
Mildred, of Court street, left yester
day for Atlantic City,
Miss Bridget Walsh and Miss Jen
nle O'Hura left yesterday to spend
their vacations at Lake Wlnola.
Miss Edith Brace, of William street,
Is visiting friends In Tnylor.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Provi
dence Presbyterian church will hold Its
The Misses Hitchcock, of Washing
ton avenue, returned from Starlight,
yesterday. Colonel and Mrs. Hitch
cock will drive home, and are expected
to arrive tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Miller, of Penn
avenue, are at Ocean Grove.
Miss Annie E. Griffin, of Monsey
avenue, has returned from an outing
at the Delaware Water Gap.
Mrs. A. B. Lidstone and daughter,
Pearl, of Sanderson avenue, returned
home yesterday from a six weeks' stay
in Canada. ' .
Mrs. R. M. Lindsay and daughter,
and J. A. Marvin and sister have re
turned from Preston Park.
A. G. Brant and family, of Monsey
avenue, are at Lake Idlewlld.
Mrs. Charles Benjamin Is visiting her
parents at Athens, N. Y.
Thomas Patten, of the Green Ridge
market, moved his household effects
yesterday from Hyde Park to the house
on Monsey avenue recently occupied by
George Gibson. Mr. Gibson and fam
ily are now established In the pretty
cottage of Mrs. James Francis.
Verner Reynolds, of Stroudsburg, is
the guest of Miss Ella V. Roney.
J. D. Mason, of 1733 Sanderson ave
nue, one of the crack shots of tho
Scranton Gun club, attended the Mooslc
Gun club meet, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crandall, of
Monsey avenue, wont to Albany yes
terday. The Young People's union of the
Green Ridge Baptist church will hold
an ice cream social on the church lawn
The switch of the Delaware and Hud
son Railway company, extending from
the depot to Larch street, Is being re
paired. Rev. I. J. Lansing, of the Green
Ridge Presbyterian church, will return
from his vacation this week, and It Is
expected he will bo present at the mid
week service tomorrow evening.
Miss Mary Hardy, of New York city,
Is the guest of Mrs. George Gibson, of
Friend Cavell, of Green Ridge street,
left Saturday for Ithuca, where ho will
Join his family.
T. S. Huflllng, of Larch street, has
returned from a week's outing In Sul
livan county, N. Y.
Miss Mabel Jnyno, of Green Ridge
street, left yesterday for Bloomsburg,
where she will resume her studies at
tho State Normal school.
This combination makes
the "King of Bottled "Beers." Every bottle Is,
labeled and every corK is plainly brand
'"Budtaeiser," so there can be no substitut
Tf product of
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Brewers also of BlacK O Tan, AnheusefStandard, Pale-Lager,
Faust, Export Pale, Exquisite, Mlchclob and Malt-fiutrlne.
t SCRANTON, PA.
NEW MILEAGE BOOK.
Interchangeable One Is to Be Issued
by a Number of lending Eastern
"Although some of thu railroads In
the trunk lines are not In favor of
adopting nn Interchangeable 'mileage
book, It Is believed that they will even
tually be forced into Issuing a book of
this chnrnnter," says yesterday's l'hlla
dnlphia Press, ""or several months
the general passenger agents of the
leading railroads In tho East have been
ut work preparing a plan for a new
mileage book. This plan, while being
satisfactory to most roads, does not
meet the approval of the New York
Central and tho Philadelphia and
Reading, which also takes In the Jer
sey Central railroad, '
"It Is underslod that even. If these
two roads do not consent to ,the adop
tion of the interchangeable mileage
book, the Pennsylvnnlu, the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, tho Erie,
the Lehigh Valley and the Delaware
and Hudson will Issue a book which will
be accepted on any of those roads,
They have agreed upon the form of
book, tho only difference being In tho
name of the railroad.
"For some years the traveling pub-
HENRY FARNSWORTII DIXIE,
Lessee and Manager.
ALWAYS THE Be"sT IN VAUDEVILLE
WEEK OF SEPT 1ST.
Another great bill, Intioduclns
THE AHEBICAN VITOGBAPH,
Showing Kins Edward VII and all tho
EIGHT BIG ACTS.
Two performances dally, ".30 and S.lo.
Prices 13, 1!j. 3.", and GOc.
Special matinee prices,
llatlneo Labor Day, Monday, at Dixie's,
tho Coolest Theater In tho city.
ALF. G. 1IKRUINGTON, Manager.
Grand Opening Monday, Sept. 1, 2, 3.
Now Tel. ISM.
lie, especially tho houses that send a
large number of men out every yeur,
have been trying to get the railroads
tc combine on a book which would bo
food over all roads. It Is contended
that if such u book Is Issued It will bo
u large saving to the commercial
houses. There will bo no reduction In
the mileage rates, as tho same routes
will be used, but it will be necessary to
have on hand only one bok at a time
Instead of a number, as is now the
"Tho New York Central and tho
Philadelphia and Reading Rullway
companies have an agreement by which
books of either company are good on
either road In this state. It Is con
tended by the oillclals of these com
panies that the mileage books they 1s
fcue nre more favorable to the traveling
I'Ubllc than the Interchangeable books
will be, as thero Is no restriction as to
who la to uso them, whllo tho new book
stipulates that It can be used only by
the purchaser or by the party whoso
nnmo is attached.
"Notwithstanding this, tho passenger
officials of the other roads believe that
bbth the New York Central and the
Philadelphia and Reading Railway
companies will be forced to adopt tho
"During the last three years the
Lackawanna railroad, under the man
agement, of President W, II. Truesdnle,
has been steadily Increasing its equip
ment until today it has two locomotives
for every three miles and thirty cats
for every one mile of operated track.
In Uile respect, the Lackawanna Is
ahead of many of the Eastern roads."
LEONARD GRAHAM, second oldest
ton of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Graham,
M. Rels. Lcsseo and Manncor. I
A. J. Duffy, Business Managottl
Opening of tlio Dramatic Senslon TUES
UAi- isvi'jNJlsu, SKI'T. L'. special
Presenting Clydo Fitch's Acknowledged
Same cast and production as seen at th
Lyceum lust October.
I'rlces-SJc. to $1.."0.
Sale of seats, Saturday 9 n. m.
THURSDAY, SEPT. i. Matlnco & NIghj
Mlttenthal Bros. Grand Spcctaculur Pre
Founded on tho celebrated Dreyfus Cas
bkk tho toiiri martini.
SEE-Tho Public Degiadatlon.
SEE Tli-Great Yacht Scene.
SEE Tho Itescuo at Sea.
A MOST MASSIVE PRESENTATIO
A Strong Cast of Metropolitan Fuvorlttl
Special Bargain Day Matinee
Pi Ices '.'jc. to any part of tho house
cnuuren. 4t,e, to any part or nouse.
Night Prices, 13. Si. 33, GOc,
Diugtam opens Tuesday, 9 a. m.
Academy of Musii
M. Rels, Leshoo nnd Manager. I
A. J. Duffy, Business Managd
Week fSfltf September
Myrklc-Harder Stock Cc
All New Plays, Stroi.j Cast.
"For His Sister's SaM"
"A Fatal Marriage," .
Pi Ires 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Matinee pilces, 10 ami !!U cents.
of Summit avenue, died at the hoi
of his sister, Mrs, Hartley Fox, of Nel
nrk, N, J. IIo is survived by his wll
three sons ami one daughter; by 1
father, mother, and the toiiowing si
ters and brothers, .Mrs. Hartley Fq
Newaik. N. J.; Mrs. Joseph Collins ul
Hertrude, of this city; Jumes, of Lol
Island; John of Hartford, Conn,; Clul
of Newark, N. J.S Oeorge, of Avol
nnd Slmmford and liddle, of this ell
The funeral will take place from
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pi
lick Graham, ot 1403 Summit avenl
JAMES UONOHUE. of 53 RU
street, died last night, after a long!
ness. lie was 30 years of age, and
known in South Scranton, A fat
mother and several mothers and
ters survive him.
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