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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1902.
Sermoniieof the Rev. J. S. Wrightnour, D.
D., of Oil City, in the First
Rev. .T. S. Wrlglitiiour, D. D., of Oil
City, occupied llio i)ulilt of tho First
Baptist church yoHtei'duy, both morn
ing untl evening In lila curliest, pleas
ing manner V; Wrlghtnuur delivered
nn elotiucnt sermon' ut the evening ser
vice, from thu test found in John, xvll:
18, "And thu servants und olllcers stood
there, who had made a lire of coals, for
It wtia told, mid (hey warmed them
selves, and Peter stood with them and
warmed himself." In part, he spoke as
Sonio years ngo there was on exhibition
In this country a remarkable painting of
this scene. The llgurcH were all llfc-slzc.
In the corridor above was seen the figure
of tho Lord Jesus, bring led by a rope
about his neck (as prisoners were then
led) away to hl cruel death, but he was
looking down with an expression of pity
and reproach on the shrinking, protesting
form of his cowardly foPiwor, Peter.
And what a group wss around Peter
that recreant disciple! The Roman sol
dier was there, the negro conscript, the
maiden with her pitcher. They were all
seeking warmth together at that little
flickering, earthly lire Peter, as much as
any of them, Their eyes were llxcd, ns
the eyes of the world arc now fixed, not
on the neglected, betrayed Lord, but upon
tho disciple who so poorly represented
la my thought of this scene, It seems
to enlarge, anil the llgiues around the
lire represent the varied populations of
the work). The negro race Is there, the
Jew . there, the world's might and In
fluence arc there, the womanhood of the
world Is there, and all are seeklrg
warmth and comfort In some flickering,
earthly fire of ambition or affection
which will soon go out and be cold and
dead. The Lord above, who can give
abiding warmth and comfort to men, Is
neglected or forgotten, while the Chris
tians who represent him. and who are all
whom the world sees, too often ore re
creant to him. and by their lives and acts
deny that they know him!
Let me name some of these llres around
which the people of the world. In varied
groups, are gathered for warmth and
comfort. They are llres which so-called
Christians seek as eagerly as any others
forgetting their Lord. In this day of
coal famine, anthracite may be dear and
scarce, and the fire of Mich coal be cost
ly, but just as In the day of the text,
some lire Is necessary. So In human life,
the llres of human Interest and affections
must needs burn and, thank God. they are
within the reach of all! But let us not
forget their transitory nature.
The first lire I will name, around which
all gather, is the llru of physical life. It
Is it fire to which we all cling. AVe all
want to live. And till-, Is right. AVe are
made to want to live. Put we must not
forget that this lire must soon burn out.
This life Is not all. Cold, burnt embers
will soon mock our gaze. There Is a
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Lord, which wo must not forgot or ne
glect. This lire hums for a short time,
whllo that of eternal life hums forever.
How pitiful when tho so-culled Christian's
only thoughts nro of this llto and not of
that above! Tho tlmo will como when
the physical members will go on a
strike, tho food wo eat, which Is tho coal
for the furnace of the body, will cense to
nourish and that body will perish like a
burnt-out furnace. Hut there Is a habita
tion of Hod not made with hands eternal
In the heavens, which Is ready for us, and
that Are of life Is ever fed by tho hand
of 6od himself.
Another lire around which all gather Is
tho fire of home. In every Untl "home"
represents all that Is dearest and that to
which wo moat cling. In every language,
there Is some such expression ns "There's
no place like home." Happy Is that one
whoso home fires of love burn bright and
clear. To have a dear home-nest of his
own should bo the brlRht Ideal of each
young man or woman. Tho judgment of
God will rest on any nation that docs not
cherish, protect and keep Inviolate Its
homo life. Knsy divorces, based on free
love, nro lit by a flame which rises from
hell. Tho young man who does not love
homo above all things earthly else, Is In
a bad way.
Rut let us never forget that this lire
Is but a temporary one, even at Its best.
The gray ashes of old age come. The
winds of affection scatter the embers.
Dear faces pass from the homo circle. It
Is a fading lire, sweet as It Is. We should
look up to that eternnl home which never
will know parting, nnd there, where our
loved ones gather, let our true home be.
Let the earthly nickering home-flro bo
but n reminder of that everlasting fireside
of the Divine home-coming and the home
land of the soul.
Another fire around which multitudes
gather, is the fire of avarice. Tho yellow
gold seems a llamo that only apparently
comforts the eager heart which 'oeks It.
ft cannot warm the soul. The flame Is
soon extinguished. The losses of earth
sometimes put It out. Ninety out of every
one hundred business men soner or Inter
fall In business. Jf not this, death comes
and all tho gathered money Is scattered
among thankless heirs. Tt Is a poor
flame to comfort an Immortal soul. The
wealth of tiod Is better. That the Chris
tian lias, for he Is God's son and heir.
Put how pitiful to see the Christian for
getting this and seeking all his comfort
in the flame of mere money, as too many
seem to do. lie who forgets the needs
of his fellow man In what he seeks for
himself has surely never known, or has
denied, his Lord, who gave up all to
Then many are gathered around the lire
of appetite, of physical passions and de
sires. It is a fllerce. hot flame, but it
soon dies out. Cold embers of a disap
pointed life and a wrecked body 'tire a'l
that are loft. It Is sod to seo young
men seeking at the flame of Intoxicating
drink tho warmth of today at the price
of the freezing remorse, and loss of to
morrow. Yet how many gather about tho
alcohol fire! It burns, but It also burns
up, not only Itself, but tho-e who gather
about It. Oh. ye sons and daughters of
passion, there Is a purer lire, and more
tbldlng joy. In the love of Christ and an
abiding peace, which is better than tho
sudden hurst of any earthly blaze. The
glow of heaven's love may be felt for
ever. Tt is the glow of heaven's anthra
cite, of heaven's diamonds; not the blaze
and wear as well
nt plno kindlings, which tenvo tho life
more cold nnd desolate Ihnn over when It
has burned out.
Let us alt seek to gather about tho
neglected heart-glow of Ills love, Who
bids Us como to Him nnd find rest.
At the regular mooting of tho West
Hide Hcntibllcnn club, held In tho rooms
on Saturday evening, tho spcchtl com
mittee, composed of arlllUh T. Davis,
chairman! Charles It. Acker, Tallcson
Phillips, David n. Jones nnd fJliurlea
K. Daniels, made their final report on
the plan of re-organization, which was
Introduced at a recent special meeting.
After a. few changes were made tho
constitution nnd by-laws wore unani
mously adopted,- and uro substantially
the same uh outlined In Tho Tribune
on Friday last. Tho now rules become
operative at once, tho present ofllccra
nt the club holding over until the regu
lar election In January. Tho meetings
hereafter will bo hold on tho second
and fourth Thursday evenings of cucii
The committee was Instructed to
have several hundred copies of tho
rules printed for distribution among
present and prospective members, and
n special committee on organization
was appointed to enroll new members.
This committee Includes residents of
each ward, Tho members nt large are
as follows: Grimth T. Davis, chair
man; F. B. Itoese, secretary; Charles
K. Acker, James Leyshon nnd W. A.
Palno. Tho following wore appointed
as committeemen from each wurd:
Fourth ward-Morgan Thomas, D. Jere
my Davis, W. A. Phillips.
Fifth ward-W. K. Johns, David Owens,
Watkln II. Williams.
Sixth ward F. U. Hcese, Llewellyn Ev
ans, William E. Jnmleson.
Fourteenth ward Charles II. Acker,
with power to add to ward list.
Fifteenth ward John II. Williams, Mor
gan Lewis, Kll Harris,
Klgteonth ward John M. Beaumont,
with power to add to ward list.
Twenty-lhst ward John ' It. Farr,
Charles K. Olvcr and John T. Jones.
The club now has a membership In
good standing of fifty-four, all of whom
will assist In enrolling new members,
and it is expected the list will be
brought up to two hundred or more by
January 1, 1903. The Initiation fee has
been placed at fifty cents for the bal
ance of the year, and all qualified Ke
publlcan voters of good standing are
eligible to membership.
Tho next regular meeting of the club
will bo held Thursday evening, October
!), and applications for membership
should be handed to the olllcers, com
mitteemen or other members in the
meantime. Members In arrears aro ex
pecetd to make settlement prior to
January 1, when till delinquents will be
dropped from the rolls of the club.
Harvest Home Services.
The members of the Sherman Ave
nue Mission had charge of the harvest
home exorcises, which were held last
evening at the Plymouth Congregation
al church. The platform was beauti
fully decorated with the richness of the
fields, and also potted plants nnd cut
flowers. The church auditorium was
The work of the members of the mis
sion, under the able direction of Prof.
Klehnrd Phillips, was most commend
able. One hundred trained voices ren
dered most pleasing music. The ser
vices were opened with a chorus, "A
Song of Praise," by the full choir, and
this was followed with duets, exer
cises, quartettes, recitations and solos,
which were given In a manner that
Prof. Garfield Davis was the accom
panist. With the Churches.
Although the damp and rainy weather
cut down the congregations In the ma
jority of the churches yesterday, yet
the various pastors preached to fairly
Ilev. A. P. Chaffee, pastor of tho Car
bondale Methodist Episcopal church,
occupied the pulpit of the Simpson
Methodist Episcopal church on Sunday
evening and preached tt sermon of deep
thought, which was greatly enjoyed.
At the close of the evening service at
the Bellevue Welsh Calvlnistlc Metho
dist church the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper was administered.
"Neutrality with Christ Impossible,"
was the thought from which Rev.
Thomas de Cruelty, of the Jackson
Street Baptist church, delivered a most
Impressive sermon at the morning ser
vice. In the evening the bright nnd
interesting praise and song service was
followed by a short talk by tho pastor
on "Judge Not."
"A Sad Sowing, but a Olad Reaping,"
wits the subject of Rev. James Bennin
ger's remarks at the morning service
of lite Embury Methodist Episcopal
church. In the evening he preached a
masterly sermon to tho Knights of
Malta, on "Knighthood Exemplified."
The celebration of the Holy Euchar
ist took place at St. David's church
Rev, J. P. Moffttt occupied the pulpit
of tho Washburn Street Presbyterian
church as usual yesterday. Ho preached
two very fine sermons.
Miss Via Jones, contralto soloist, sang
a beautiful sacred solo at the First
Baptist church last evening. At tho
close of tho church service the Lord's
Supper was commemorated.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Tho members of Camp No. ITS, Patri
otic Order Sons nt America, nro requested
to meet In Washington hall this after
noon to attend the funeral of tho latu
Herman Trager. Wear whlto gloves,
This evening tho Ladles' Missionary
auxiliary will hold the llrst mcutliit; for
tho opening of the winter's woik In tho
leettiro room of the Plymouth Congrega
Tho vestry of St. David's church will
meet In tho church parlors at S o'clock
Rev, II. C. MuDermolt, pastor of tho
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church, will
leavo for Wcht Plttstoii today, where ho
will deliver an address at tho pastors'
and laymens' convention of tho Wyoming
district which will bold two sessions to
day and tomorrow at tho Methodist
Mrs, Stevens nnd daughter, at Boston,
nro visiting tho former's parents, Mr, and
.Mrs. S. M. Reese, of North Hyde Pari;
Thomas J. Davles. of North Sumner
avenue, Is veiling with friends at Utlca,
On Dromloy (tveiiuo, near Schlaser
boulevard, la West Park, nn outcropping
of coal has been discovered. On Re
becca avemio also tho precious anthracite
has been found. A man digging on his
property found tho coal and now all the
peoplo living near are tearing up their
yards looking for black diamonds.
Tho regular monthly business meeting
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of the First Bnpllst church will bo held
this evening. At tho close of tho prayer
scrvlco on Wednesday evening n. business
meeting will bo held to select a pastor.
Tho many friends of George W, Hon
nctt, of Now Mllford, formerly of North
Main avenue, will bo plumed to learn uf
tho announcement of his marthigu to Miss
Mury Crcssol, of this plnco,
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Enthusiastic Meeting of the North
Scrnnton Republican Club Tho
Entire Ticket Endorsed.
One of tho most enthusiastic meetings
In the history of the North Scranton
Republican club, was hold In their
rooms last Friday evening, there being
over scvcnty-ilvc members In attend
ance. Good speeches were made by
the following: Attorney C. B. DanlelH,
Attorney, II. S. Aiworth, Richard
Thomas and W. U, Christmas. Presi
dent Otto D. Myers also made a star
ring speech and concluded with a full
report of the proceedings of the state
Republican league convention, hold at
Erie, Pa., last month, to which he was
a delegate. The following resolution,
presentedpresented by Attorney C. E.
Daniels, was unanimously adopted;
Resolved, By tho North Scrnnton Re
publican club, and It Is hereby resolved
by tho authority of tho same, that the
North Scrnnton Republican club pledges
its unqualified support to tho nominees of
tho Republican ticket, state, cotmty and
district; nnd further, that tho members
of the club hereby promise Individual
work In their respective districts for the
success of tho party at tho coming elec
tion. Tho campaign committee, consisting
of Richard Thomas, H. S. Aiworth L.
N. Roberts, Thomas Shotton and W. B.
Christmas were instructed to arrange
for a political meeting, to be held In the
Auditorium, tho latter part of this
month. Tho committee reports that
they will have an abundance of able
speukers to entertain and en
lighten tho public on the necessity of
standing firm and unsullied to tho par
ty. After tho meeting an enjoyable
smoker was held, at tho hands of tho
president. The next meeting of tho
clu'b will bo hold Friday, October 17,
and it is hoped that every member will
TOED IN A FEW LINES.
The funeral of the lato Mrs. Samuel
Howells, of Wayne avenue, took place
from tho family residence Saturday af
ternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Services were
held at the Memorial Baptist church by
the pastor, Rev. W. P. Davis. Long bo
fore tho time set for tho arrival of
the funeral cortege at the church,
throngs of people tilled the church to
view the remains of one who had gone
into a distant world. Rev. W. F. Da
vies delivered an eloquent sermon on
tho religious life the deceased had de
voted herself to, while a member of his
flock. Tho floral decorations were
many and beautiful. The remains were
borne from tho church to the Wash
burn street cemetery, where Interment
was made. The pall-bearers were
James Freeze, William Thomas, John
Twining, Isaac Williams, Lewis Jones
and Thomas Reese. Tydvil Reeso and
Esther Jones acted as flower bearers.
The North End Stars basket ball
team will open Its season with a game
with the Shamrocks tomorrow cven
lng.in the Auditorium.
Miss Florence Evans, of North Main
avenue, has returned home from a visit
with Carbondale friends.
Fred Mayo, prescription clerk of
Henwood's drug store, has returned to
his home In Pittston.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cavanaugh, of
West Market street, are rejoicing over
the recent arrival of a baby boy.
Dennis Kane, of Buffalo, has returned
to his home on Rock street, on account
of the Illness of his brother..
John Regan, of Brick avenue, has
returned from a two months' stay at
Mt. Clemens, Mich., where he has been
for the benefit of his health.
Dr. W. C. Honeywell and Charles
Bertlne were in Olyphnnt yesterday.
Miss Hewitt has returned to her
homo In Sidney, N. Y after a four
weeks' stay with Miss Marlon L. Owen,
of Brick avenue.
Messrs. Zachanah Williams, of War
ren street, and Richard Hughes, of
Putnam street, spent yesterday with
Forest City friends.
Rov. R. AV. Clymer, pastor of the
First Christian church, North Main
avenue, has returned with his family
from his vacation tour. He appeared
In his pulpit yesterday.
Notwithstanding the rainy weather,
quite a number attended the Vesper
service at the Young Women's Chris
tian association rooms yesterday after
noon, Miss Anna Walsh, of West Market
street, is entertaining Miss Mildred
Gaughun, of Pittston.
Tho North Scranton Glee society met
In regular rehearsal In their rooms yes
Miss Estella Cogging, of Pittston, is
spending a few dnys with Miss Anna
Lynott, of West Market street.
Miss Anna Cavanaugh, of Hnuton
street, Is slowly recovering from a four
Company C, of the First regiment of
lancers, will conduct their llrst annual
social at St. Mary's hall on Friday
evening, Oct. 10. Company A, of tho
Father Whitty battalion, who recently
gave some excellent exhibition drills in
Wllkes-Barro nnd West Scranton, will
drill on tho evening of tho soclul.
The Jungcr Mueunerchor has decided
to tako part in the North American
Trl-Annual Sucngorfest, which lukes
place In tlultimorc, Mil,, next June,
Their showing ns singers earned for
thein tho warmest praise at Brooklyn
in 1900, and tho members, who have
been earnestly training over since, are
hopeful of currying off a prlsso next
year. With this end in view, a special
meeting took pluco Saturduy night, and
Fred Herman was chosen as a commit
tee of one to make the necessary ar
rangements and secure suitable quar
ters for the society. He started imme
diately after tho meeting and joined u
committee of tha Concoudlu Singing so
ciety In Wllkes-Barre, with whom ho
started at 3.30 a. in. yesterday morning
for Baltimore. They were met by a
committee In that city and shown every
courtesy. Mr, Herman will arrive
homo today, , nnd his report will bo
made at tho next meeting of tho so
clety, William, Herschel, who has been em
ployed in Buffalo tho past two years,
was brought to his homo, 538 Aider
street,, yesterduy. He Is seriously 111
with typhoid fever,
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Detroit, being treutcd for rheumatism,
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A beautiful responsive service was clteil
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week Saturday evening they entered tho
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Eight Great Acts.
Two performances dally, ".SO und S.13.
Prices 15, .'.", a:, mid &0o.
Special mutlneo prices.
CVTruclloa cars stop at tho door.
spouse, as she looked imllgiiutiny nt tho
"Then," said tho king's counsel, coax
ing!)', "suppose you just whtapcr them to
tho judge." Answers.
MltS. CAltOLlNW FKNNH, an aged
and esteemed resident of South Serantun,
died Saturday at tho homo of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Mury Hernhurt, of 9;'S Cedar
avenue, Tho deceased was 77 years of
age, and Is survived by tho following
sous and daughters: George, William
and John Feline, Mis. Mury Henhart, of
this city; Mrs. Nelllo Shuyler, of Wilkes
Pane, and Mrs, Amelia Nirch. of lllekes
Icy, Monroo county, Pa. Funorul ser
vices will bo held this evening ut ti p. in..
a Good Fairy
M. Itcis, Lessee and Manager.
A. J. Duffy business Manager,
Monday Night, Oct. 6.
Jacob LIU'h Mugnillcent New Production
of tho Perennial Success,
Tin: ciitiiAT iiortSM itAi:.
An Kntlivly New Production this Season.
Prices IB. 3". i.'e. and HM.
Scuts on sulo Friday at 0 a, m.
Wednesday Night, October 8.
"A Notable Uveal "
S. MILLER KENT,
Presenting Nat Goodwin's
With tho Original Now York Kulcker.
boeker Theater Production,
li lees :tf. .", 7."o. and $1.00.
SeutH on sale Monday nt 0 a. in.
In tho Hernhurt residence, and on Tues
day morning the remulus will bo takeiK
to Hlakesley, Monroo county, whero In-;
tcrment will tako placo Wednesday af
ternoon ut . o clock.
The funeral of the lata Henry Wirt
will take placo at i.) o'clock this atterl
noon from tho 1ioum iBO Willow street
interment will bo mudo la tho Plttstoii
Tho funeral services of (bo late Hen
man Trager will tako placo on Monday
afternoon at i o'clock. Services will Id
iiciu la St. Murk s I, other church.
A, L. Itamer. pastor.
fiND THE rn