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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1962.
Farewell Reception t'o the Rev. S.
Mathews by the Congregation of
First Baptist Church.
In the ntidltoiium of the First Bap
tist church, lust evening, wns holt) a
fiiicwcll reception In honor of the de
parting pastor1, I lev. S. I' Mathews,
who closed his relations with the church
on Sunday. The meeting vnn willed to
order by the chnlrmnn, Dr. II. O. Red
doe, and a hymn was then sung by the
1'rof. James It. Hughes read the
twenty-third psalm and offered prayer,
this being followed by the singing of
"Blest Bo the Tic That Binds." Ilrv.
A. Hatcher Smith, pastor of the North
Main Avenue Baptist church, gave nn
address, dwelling upon the relations
that exist between pnstor and church,
and the preacher and his chosen work.
At the conclusion of Hew Smith's re
marks, the choir rendered n very fine
anthem. Ilov. Hugh C McDermott, of
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church, was called upon and spoke of
the work nf Ilev. Mathews and the
pleasant relations that had existed be
tween them us fellow-preachers. Miss
Via. Jones sang a solo, accompanied by
Jlrs. B. 0. Beddoc on the piano. Miss
Jones has a voice of rare power and
beauty, and was accorded great ap
plause. On behalf or the First Welsh Baptist
church, Prof. James B. Hughes ad
dressed the audience. Prof. Hughes
spoke of his acquaintance with Pastor
Mathews In the two years which the
First Baptist church congregation oc
cupied the assembly room of his church
after the fire, and said that In the de
parture of Bev. Mathews from the city
the First Welsh llaptlst church lost a
true friend and one who had faithfully
htood by them.
Mrs. Lizzie Hughos-Brundnge favored
with a solo as she only can render one.
Mrs. Brundago responded to an encore,
and was given great applause.
Itcv. R. V. Y. Pierce, of the Pcnn
Avenue Baptist church, made an ad
dress and paid a high tribute to the
Christian life and'woi-k of Bev. Math
ews as it had come under his personal
notice. lie said that he was very sorry
that the relationship between pastor
and people could not be continued in
definitely, as ho did not believe that
the pastor had found out half the love
of the church for him, or the church
found out half the work which the pas
tor has and could do for them.
After a. very line duet by Mrs. Brund
.ge and Miss "Via Jones, called "Chrcr
'ttlness." Dr. T. M. Senderling, on be
ialf of the church, presented Rev.
Mathews, In well chosen words, a hand
some gold watch with a suitable In
scription on the ease. Bev. Mathews
FREE! FREE FREE!
Five stamps given, away with
each bottle of Dufour's French Tar
G. W. JENKINS.
The School Bell
Will Ring Monday
Calling the children together for another educa- ,sj
tional session. Of course you want them to look g!
well, and you don't want to spend a great deal of gt
money over it. Here are a few suggestions :
which may prove helpful. &
1 Bun in ttil Pro fife 1
The most durable, inexpensive fabric known.
Looks well, wears well and keeps its color. Full
line of shadings. This week only, yard
if Scotch Plaids
Double fold, in a splendid assortment of bright col- &
orings, also a few of tho dark plaids that are so g-j
dressy. All fast colors. This week, yard 1 QC 51
3 Granite Suitings
Good, heavy, firm make all the best colorings.
?5 These wear splendidly and always look well. An
a extra special bargain for this week at
1$ Artisca Suitings
a Their name is suggestive. They're really beauti-
5 M and being specially designed for children's
wear, they are fit lor hard service ol any kind. All
the new colors in an entirely new weave, at
j School Hosiery
rasi BiacK nose, aouoie Knees, Heels and toes,
made especially for rough wear and guaranteed to
give gooe satisfaction in service. This week, pair
Children's Stockings, fast black and absolutely
stainless, 3-thread heel and toes, good weight, all
sizis at the same price. A matchless value
Children's Fine Lisle Thread Hose, high spliced
heel and toe, fine guage, but with weight enough
to guarantee durability, All sizes
3 School Umbrellas
You don't want to pay. much
for you can't tell whether it's going to come home
whole or not. A good rain shedder, large enough
and as strong as can be made. This weeki only, .
Globe Warehotis?. f
feelingly responded nnd thanked tho
kind givers for their beautiful token of
Mrs. Thomas Thompson then pre
sented the pastor's wife, on behalf of
the ladles of the church, a handsome
solid silver tea service. Mrs. Mathews,
although taken completely by surprise,
made a neat speech In response, In
which she thanked them Tor their evi
dences of regard.
"Abide (vlth. Mo" was sung In con
clusion, nnd the Bev. Mathews pio
nounccd the benediction. An Informal
handshaking was afterwnrd held.
New Secretary Chosen.
At a special meeting of Section 201,
Endowment rank, Knights of Pythias,
held last evening In Co-operative hull,
Vice President W. II, Thomas presid
ing, John II, Thomas was elected sec
retary to succeed the late Richard II.
Williams, twenty-two members being
A committee of three was appointed
to draw up resolutions of condolence
on the death of Mr. Williams.
Funeral of Edna Kimc.
The funeral services of tho late Edna
May Kline, the 10-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Kline, of North
Hyde Park avenue, who died Sunday
morning from paralysis of tho heart,
werp held yesterday afternoon at the
Bev. Hugh C. McDermott, of tho
Simpson church, had charge of tho
services, and made a few remarks suit
able to tho sad occasion. At the con
clusion of tho services tho remains
were taken to tho Forest Hill ceme
tery, where interment was made.
Mrs. Randolph Jones and Mrs. George
W. Powell sweetly rendered "Saved by
Grace" and "Some Time We'll Under
stand." Tho pallbearers were: Har
old Miller, Bruce McDermott, Humph
rey Bradley and Dewltt Evans.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Esdras Lowry, tho son of Patrolman
and Mrs. Thomas Lowry, of South
Sumner avenue, entertained a large
number of friends on Monday evening.
Tho usual pleasures Incident to tho
happy occasion were merrily enjoyed,
and at a late hour refreshments were
Tho director of public works has
completed the macadamizing of North
Garfield avenue, between Lafayette
and Swotland streets. Work has been
commenced on Swetland street between
Filmore and Rebecca avenues, and
soon this too will be in first-class con
dition. The members of the Tripp Slope and
Diamond Drift Accidental fund are re
quested to meet this evening in Co
George Allspaugh, of 362 North Gar
field avenue, while engaged In picking
peaches, from a tree at his liome.sllpped
and fell to the ground, a distance of
for a school umbrella.
some twenty feet. He was carried to
tho house nnd Dr. F. C. Hall sum
moned, who found him suffering from
Tho Alumni Athletic association will
hold nn Important meeting In tho old
Sloetim Bchool house, Thursday even
ing. An Ico cream social will he held by
tho Ladles' Guild of St. Paul's Luth
eran church at tho homo of Mrs. J, 0.
Sommers, 1251 North Main avenue, this
Mr. and Mis. Richard Barnum nnd
son, Edward, of Hallstead, returned
homo last evening, after nn extended
visit with West Scranton friends.
The weekly prayer mooting of tho
First Baptist church will bo hold this
evening nnd will be In charge of Dea
B. G. Morgan and family, of South
Main avenue, attended a reunion or the
Wade and Stephens family at Brook
lyn, Susquehanna county, last Satur
day., W. J. Davis, of Eynon street, has
returned homo from n trip to Now
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armstrong, of
South Hyde Park avenue, nro home
Mrs. Fuller and family, of Eynon
street, arc spending a week at Lake
Frank Davis, of Jackson street, left
yesterday morning for Atlantic City.
Miss Mae Edwards, of South Hyde
Park avenue, left yesterday morning
for a visit with friends at Kingston.
Mrs. Edward Ford, of West Elm
street, Is homo from Wyoming.
Announcement has been made of the
approaching marriage of Will Sanders.
of IfiOS church avenue, North Scran
ton, and Miss Ethel Richards, of 1410
Jackson street. The' event will take
place at nonn on Tuesday, Sept. !), at
the home of tho bride. Tho groom Is a
son of Jt. E. Sanders, tho well known
newspaper man, and Is engaged with
his father in the Sanders Printing com
The Ladles' Aid society of the Welsh
C'nlvlnlstle Methodist church. South
Main avenue, went to tho Beech yes
terday to visit a sister of Mrs. Llew
ellyn Jones. Twenty-two were In tho
party and they had an enjoyable day's
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
A meeting of the Scranton Sacngcr
rundo took place last evening, nnd tho
names of several candidates for mem
bership were favorably acted upon.
The following officers were elected:
President, John Schrocdel; vice presi
dent, Jacob Sehrelbcr; treasurer, John
Schneider; recording and financial sec
retary, Jacob Hess; leader, Prof. The
odore Hcniberger. The officers were
immediately Installed, and the yearly
report which followed showed the so
ciety to be in a very prosperous con
dition, with a balance in the treasury
of $il39.Sl. At the close of tho regular
business meeting a social session wns
held. Short addresses were made by
tho now officers.
There was nearly a full attendance
at last night's meeting of tho Junger
Maennerchor. Prof. Hnusen, of Wilkes
Harrc, tho new director, was present
and conducted a rehearsal. Judge A.
A. Vosburg was present, and a short
reception was 'hold in his honor. At
the conclusion of the rehearsal, Alfred
Guthein;:, tho society's latest benedict,
was Introduced. After thanking the
society for tho courtesy of a serenade
tendered him a few days ago, be Invit
ed those present to partake of his hos
pitality, and lunch was served in the
rooms, to which the members did nm
ple justice. The election of officers
was postponed until next Tuesday.
George Schumacher was arrested at
the Instance of his wife yesterday, on
the charge of assault and battery. In
default of ball, Alderman Lentes sent
him to the county jail.
Michael Flglowsky and his wife,
Francesco, were given a hearing last
evening on charges of assault and bat
tery, preferred by Josephine Modalsky,
his stepdaughter. Tho evidence was
insufficient and the case was dis
charged. Gustav Winsky, of Moosic street, was
given a hearing for abusing his wife.
the charge being preferred by his step
son, Stanley Stawney. Ho was held for
court in $300 ball.
Miss Mildred Aplanap, of Buffalo, is
the guest of Mrs. Sterling Simrell, on
General Grant commnndery. Knights
of Malta, will meet at Hartman's hall,
Friday night, and install officers.
Mrs. Joseph Conrad and family have
arrived home from their vacation.
John Freuchtel, who was for forly
flve years foreman at the Lackawanna
Iron and Steel company blast furnaces
In this city, Is visiting tho now plant
at Buffalo, and cnlllng on old friends.
A meeting of tho Fourteen Friends
society Is called for tomorrow evening.
Reports from tho various excursion
committees will be read and discussed.
Fred I,oewenstoln, a young man em
ployed nt Dudcnbaeh's barber shop,
was waylaid on Willow street, early
Sunday moinlng, while on his way
homo from work. Ills assailants rush
ed at him from an alley. He had his
week's wages In his pocket, and made
such a vigorous defense that the high
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
giiiunntced to euro all coughs, "No cum,
no pay." For sale by all dealers.
Miss Eliimn Lcngler. of South Web
ster avenue. Is spending her vacation
at Lake Ariel.
First of the season. Sunday's mar
ket, DS3 Cedar avenue.
JAMES DEVANNEY. of S19 River
stieet, died yesterday at S.iJO o'clock p.
in., after an Illness of only a fow days.
He Is survived by his wife and iho
following brothers and sisters; Mrs.
M. Burke, of Scranton; Mrs. M. Morri
son and John Devauney, of Cnrbondulo;
Miss Delia Devanuey, of Seraiitnn;
Michael and Felix Devauney. of To
wandit, and Mrs. Owen McCawley, of
Tho funeral of Leonmd quilium will
take playo this moiiilng tit 0 o'clock fiom
the family home, i::o.i Nmth .Simmer avo.
line, Services will be bold In Holy Ros.
ury chili ch and Interment made la tho
Tho finieiul ol James Dnnnhnc, of Bis
River sliccl, will lake place tomoirow
afternoon at 2.20 o'clock. Services In Si,
Peter's cathedral and Interment hi tho
The funeral of P. H. McNenriiey, of
Stalk place, will tnke place this morning
at 9 o'clock, from, St. IMttlck's church,
Jackson stieet. Interment will bo mado
In tho Cathedral cemetery.
Tho funeial of Miss Mary Mawn, tho
young woman who died at the Lacka
wanna hospital Monduy night from
bums, will take place from tho family
residence, 212 Irving avenue, nt 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning. Services in St. Peter's
cutherdul mid Interment In tho Cathedral
NORTH SCB ANTON
DR. H. A, YOUNG WILL NOT RE
TURN TO INSTITUTE.
Directors Are at a Loss as to How
to Fill the Vacancy Banquet Ten
dered to tho Green Ridge Cas
tle, No. 100, Ancient Order Knights
of the Mystic Chain Single Men
Defeated Married Men of Simpson
Shops Fcrsonnl Paragraphs and
Short News Notes. '
Dr. II, A. Young, the physical di
rector of the North Scranton Institute
of Human Development, has notlllrd
tho directors that he will not return
to resume his duties. When he left the
city, after the close of the Institute
for the summer, It wns with the expec-
DR. H. A. YOUNG.
tatlon that ho would return nnd take
up his work In tho fall, and tho direc
tors aro nt a loss lo know just what
to do In tho way of replacing him.
The opening of the autumn and win
ter terms of the Institute will take
place during tho fore part of next
week. With the new additions to tho
locker rooms, the baths, etc., the In
stitute is In excellent shape. It Is
planned by the directors that within
u short time several new pieces of ap
paratus will be added to the gymna
sium. A night school Is to bo opened,
In which bookkeeping, and the English
branches will he taught. The children's
kindergarten, which was such a great
success last year, will be re-opened.
Well Attended Banquet.
The Green Ridge castle. No. 106, An
cient Order Knights of Mystic Chain,
held their annual banquet In Morel's
hall on Breaker street, Monday night.
It was attended by a great number of
The uniformed rank of tho Peters
burg castlo was In attendance, and
during the evening gave an exhibition
drill that was excellently done.
Past Commander Richard Rutland
warmly welcomed tho visitors to the
evening's enjoyment. His reports
showed that the lodge Is In a very
prosperous condition, both as to mem
bership and finance.
Following his remarks there was nn
address by District Deputy Nealson,
solos by Richard Rutland, James Cous
ins, Stephen Mlddlcton, W. J. Jones,
James Sharpless and Griffith Jones, a
duct by Messrs. Rutland and Jones,
and recitations by Richard Butland
and Richard Ascott.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
A regular meeting of the North
Serantoon Republican club will be hold
in their rooms, Friday evening. All
members Intending to attend the con
vention nt Eiie aro requested to bo
present, so that the exact number can
The Foreign Missionary society of
the Providence Presbyterian church
will meet with Miss Selby, In tho par
lors of the Young Women's Christian
association, 204S North Main avenue,
Friday afternoon, Sept. 5, at 2.S0
o'clock. The meeting will be In the
form of a Japanese tea. All members
are urged to be present.
Miss Nellie McDonnell, of Plttston,
returned home Monday from a visit
with Parker street friends.
Miss Flossie Lo Feral, of Milton, Pn
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. B,
Gotten, of North Main avenue.
Miss Maine Million, of Plttston, is
spending a few weeks with Patrolman
and Mrs. Patrick May, of Parker
Druggist George W. Davis and Pat
rick Jordan, of North Main avenue,
spent Labor Day fishing at La Grunge.
Davis landed a four pound bass.
Mrs. TJiomas Sharpies, of Riughnm
ton, N. Y Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Mlddlcton, of School street.
The Anchor club, which Is composed
of a number nf our young men, will
conduct their first annual trolley ride
this evening. Cars will leave the
square at 7.!10 o'clock and go through
the different sections of tho city.
Master Albert Lowe, of Park street,
Is spending a week at Lake Henry.
Miss Gertrudo Lowe and Master Os
wald Lowe, of Park street, have re
turned from a two weeks' vacation at
Ocean Grove and New London, Conn,
Rev. John Lynott, of Blossburg, Is
visiting at his home nn West Market
The single and married men of tho
Simpson shops played a game of base
ball on tho Drop Forge grounds, Mon
day, tho single men being victorious by
a score of 15 to lii. The game was one
nf the most interesting played between
these teams this year. Tho batteries
were: Blrtley and Evans, for the sin
gle men, and Mills ami Miller, for the
The Green Ridge Woman's Christian
Temperance union will meet this after
noon at 3 o'clock, In tho Evungellcul
church, M20 Capouse avenue. Subject
for the meeting ill be "A Review of
the Year's Work." A cordial Invitation
Is extended to all Interested,
Volunteer Doctor Rebuffed.
A Philadelphia oculist of national fnmo
was leturnlug from Pittsburg recently
and had as a follow passenger from liar-
ATT OtO AITD WEtMrRIED REMEDY,
MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHINa SYRUP
for children teething, Is tho prescription ol
pno of th? beat female physicians and
burses In tho United States, and has beeri
ueed sixty, years with never-falling sue
tees by millions of mothers for their chIN
Jren. During the process of teething its
Juloe Is Incalculab e. It relieves tho chili
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping in tha
bowels, and wlnd-collc. By giving hcaltlj
lo the child It rests thn mother, Price,
twenty -a ve mU a betU. '
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the Union Label. Beware of grocers that offer inferior cereals
largely advertised, and are counterfeiting our name.
A startling novelty, a sample package of TRYABITA and a Doll Receipt Book
for your grocer s name anu a J cent
lislmrg down a young woman who seem
ed In great distress with her eyes. Think
ing a cinder or somo dirt bad liccu taken
In, ho stepped actors tho aisle of tho
pnllman anil, politely Informing her ho
was an eye doctor, offered his scrvlct'S,
She drew up haughtily ami told him she
could wait until leuchlng tho city, where
she should Hud a specialist "of somo u
pute." Keeling duly crushed, he , aslwd
Iter paidou and resumed Ills sent. Flvo
minutes after ho 1 cached home, a pa
tient was uimoiinced, and ho walked Into
his operating room to meet tho same
young woman, who told him sho ciimo
to lilm nn tho leconmieudiitloa of friends
hi llarrl.-ibiiig. Philadelphia Times,
PROSPEROUS PORTO RICO.
Governor Hunt Is justly enthusiastic
oyer tho fut 111 a of Porto Rico, "Now
that an Isthmian canal is assmeil," ho
says, "tho Mgnllleunco of tho position of
this beautiful island win rants considera
tion, from both patriotic and commercial
viewpoints, Porto Itlcn lies 1.BS0 miles
finm Now Voik, l.oiKJ fiom Colon, 1,200
Iroin llieytown, 1,000 fiom Havana, 210
from SI. Thomas, and Is half-way ha
tweeu Now Ymk ami Para, Its strategic
advantages stand foith when we read
the past history of the wars of thu f'.n lb
bean sea; its commercial .situation Is that
of an entrepot In tho Undo that tho Unit
ed States may win with tho 10,000,000 of
peoplo south of the Island that commer
cial expansion, that larger business ex
tension I'oietold by President McKlnley
at tho Pan-Ameilcan exposition last year.
Governor Hunt calls the Island "an asrl-
cultural Mimtu CrlMo." Sugar, coffee, to
bacco, and fruit aro the principal pro
ducts, and under tho brief term of United
States control theso huvo greatly In
creased In quantity, Tho sugar crop of
190J will ha tho largest over marketed;
colfco yields a crop worth $12 net per
ucie, and tho value of the exports to tho
United States aro seven times liugei than
a year ago. Freo trade with tho United
States (declined July 2", 1901) Iiiih woiked
wonders h tobacco fanning. Tho piico
of tho leaf has greatly advanceif, tobacco
lauils huvo ilscn iu value, and tho nrea
under cultivation Is being rapidly extend
ed. Tho crop of 1902 will be tho most
valuable over pioduced, reaching nearly
"Spain In her best year taught 22.000
children hi a wictihed way; we aro tencii.
ing mora thuu M.nuO noiv with an estan.
llshed flee school system. Spain never
built a sehoolhouso; wo huvo built over
thltty, and uro projecting moie. Spain iu
nearly four hundred years built only two
n,c.AGrNcrsjr , -mm '
housekeeping really begins, the up-to-date
to - eat wheat flake cereal
is scientifically prepared and
thoroughly impregnated with Cel
ery and Pepsin. A Big 15 cent
Package contains more real nutri
CO., Ltd.. Battle Creek, Mich.
HENRY PARNSWORTH DIXIE,
Lessee and Manager,
ALWAYS THE REST IN VAUDEVILLE
WEEK OE SEPT 1ST.
Another gloat bill, Intindiicing
THE AMERICAN VITOGRAPH,
Showing King Edward VII and all tho
EIGHT BIG ACTS.
Two performances dully, 2.20 and S.13.
Pi ices IT,, 2.", ill nnd ,"0c.
Special matlnco pilees.
Mutineo Labor Day, Monday, at Dlxlo's,
tho Coolest Theater iu tho city.
ALE. G. IIERniNGTON, Manager.
Grand Opening Monday, Sept, t, 2, 2.
New Tel. 2S91.
hundred and eighty-four kilometers of
wagon roads; iu less than four yeais
wo huvo built oer 0110 hundred and forty
kilometers; that is to suy, In less than
four years wo haw built mom than one.
half ns many kilometers of toads ns
Spain built In 0110 bundled times four
yenis. Spain evacuated Porto Hlco leav
ing un empty public treasury; on July 1,
!SD. there was not a dollar of indebted
uess against tho island, while tho treas
ury icpoits showed n balance of curicnt
available insular revenues of MH.000, an
lucienbo of $2.i9,90.S In tho (Iscal year. To
this should bo added what Is left of tho
refunded customs loilglmilly amounting
to K.OOO.liOO, given by congress two years
ago), which brings the total cash assets
of tho Insular government, on July 1,
1902. up to tho substantial sum of fl,7M),
''Erom nu Impartial standpoint, whether
political, cemmeidal, or moral, thu stu
dent, tho business mail, uud tho patriotic
cltUeii may dcilvu batlsfuctlon. If not
comfort, In tho whole situation." Public
Threatens to give up the Ger
man throne for love of a beau-
em mu. ...... B.. ...
girls arc like American products,
they conquer all over the uni-
American wife tickles bar husband's
M. Rels, Lessee nnd Munnger.
A. J. Duffy. Business Manager,
THURSDAY. SEPT, I. Mntlaeo & Night.
Mittenthal Bros.' Grand Speetacural
Founded on tho celebrated Dreyfus case.
See tho Couit Martial. Public Degrada
tion, Great Yacht Scene, Rescue at Sea.
Prices Special bargain day matinee, 23
cents to any part of the house. Chlldrop
lje. to anv iiart of tho house.
Night Prices ISc. 25c. ilic, SOc.
Diagram opens Tuesday, 9 a. m.
Seats now on sale.
Saturday, Sept. 0, Matinee nnd Night
Alfred E, Aarons nnd fico, II, Murrj
present tho Ringing Musical Comedy,
Hook by fieo, Totten Smith, music by Al
lied E. Aarons; with
And a distinguished cast. S.inio grand
eusemblo that packed tho Walnut Street
Theater, Philadelphia, S weeks; Columbia
Theater, Boston, I weeks,
Special .Matlnco Prices, 2:, and 50c,
Night Pilees, 2.'c. lo Jt.W.
Diagram opens Thursday, 9 a, in.
Academy of Music
M. Rels, Losseo nnd Manager,
A. J. Dulfy, Ruslncss Munager.
Week M Septembsr 1,
Myrkle-Harder Stock Cc
All New Pl.ivs.
"The Tid3 of Fortune
"Caught in the Web"
Pltlt'ES-R 20' and 30 centn. MnllnoA.
10 uud 20 lents.
Scats UOW oil SUIQ