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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1002.
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'The News of Carbondale.
BEFORE SCHOOL BOARD
A Curious Spectacle of Forty Chil
dren Being Disciplined for Desert
ing Their Lessons Superintendent
Garr, in nn Address, Impresses on
Parents and Scholars the Serious
ness of the Offense of Disturbing
School Session School Board to
There whh n curious spectacle In the
Central school building hint night, one
without precedent In the history of the
Hty. About two-scoio schohlis Weie
itiralRiied before the school honnl for
haling purtleipateel In the strike dem
onstration tit No. '! school oil South
Main Rticct, on Thursday last.
The locked-oul scholars weie allowed
to go after being lectured by City Su
perintendent of Schools (.Suit, on the
seriousness of the offense of disturbing
n school session, and the patents ptes
rnt weie Inipicsscd with the necessity
of maintaining order and discipline
among the pupils. They will be ic
ndtnllted to the school this morning,
nfter being debarred 'since Thursday,
and tonight, the school dlrei'tois, at
their meeting postponed from last
night, will (initially decline themselves
In the mutter.
It was not Intended to hold a meeting
of the board last night, but the chil
dren being nu hand. 1'iesldeiU Kei w In
and JIsr., Hughes and ilallagher de
rided to take cognizance or the happen
ing. IJlnclor V. I!. Kvans was sent
for and a llasl-eourt of school direc
tors was c on veiled, Pitsldeut Korw In
presided. The llmt cla' loom olf the
entrance of the Central building on
Ten ate street was the seine of the
strange hearing. The loom was rov. li
ed with the forty scholar ami a do:; n
of their fathers and mothers.
Prof. 'P. I.. Cilninitlii. iulnetp.il if
No. :, related lite rln umsluiice of the
unusual occurrence. The ica-on al
leged for Hie pup'IV ilemoiiMrallon was
the pieseuee at school of the children
of non-union mine workmen. Mr. dll
martin c.plained that lie sent the
scholars home when lliey returned un
til such time as they r mild ptesent
themselves to the school bo.nd to
square themselvei for their uilseouduet.
It was the Hist happening of Its char
acter, and be deemed this lourse the
One of the fathers suggested that
romc of the on'ending thildren had
been allowed to return to school, while
the others weie debarred. He Inquired
If the board would stand for such dis
crimination. .Mr. riilmartin lepudiated
the suggestion, asserting that none of
the pupils so far as he Knew, were al
lowed to re-enti r the Mhnol before
the boaid. The protesting paieut.when
pressed for what knowledge he had of
such scholars, admitted that what lie
suggested was based wholly on hear
say. He had no sp Itic knowledge of
the alleged exceptions,
At the suggestion of Director Hughe,
Superintendent (iuir informed the par
ents on the general mles of coder and
discipline In the schools.
"Order and discipline must be main
tained," he said, in the course of his
lecture, for it was leally such. "If
any otlieis went out. besides these,
iney must and will he treated the same.
The schools my for the people and all
will be tieateil tlu same. 'Phis Is a
serious thing, disturbing a school ses
sion. It would not lane heeu so bad
If the pupils did not go in a di lega
tion to Xo. I. ni.Miubiiig a school
session or idiuiih service Is a s. rlous
offense, punishable by law. Y don't
want chiltli on to giow up with that
kind, of ipltit. Ve want the co-operation
of you, paients. so thai the chil
dren will get the best out of the schools
that theie is In them. By you corres
ponding wltli us we can develop the
ilillrtren and have them glow up ulih
the right Ideas and sphit."
Hartley Bigllu, n prominent I'nitt il
Mine Woiker, whose chlldien attend
the school, suggested that Hie children
might be wiong, but hundred If then,
was not another way ol punishing the
rllildten ,ildo luun ketplng them at
home. "I know" said u.t ..,i,.,t .,,,
1 was a child 1 would he highly elated
If sent home."
Mr. Hughes and Superintendent rjarr
explained that if Hie meeting niK of
the board, last nlglit, ,11,1 t Immedi
ately follow the iKi-iiirencc, a special
meeting of the ,.., would have h.-cn
railed to dlspo.se of the matter. As It
was, but two school ,nya Intervened
The chlldien having been liupr.sr.ed
with the leellng of the board In the
matter, President Ke, win dismissed
them. Informing them that It would
officially crime before the illiectors at
their session tonight and would be dis
posed of. Then the s. hol.us, apparent
ly lelloied, left the mom In lively
fashion. They were met on the outside
by a score of others who Impatiently
awaited the result of the hearing
A PLEASANT EVENING.
Spent by Young People as Guests of
Mts3 Cecilia McAndrew.
Miss Colin MoAndiew entertained
Aitft evening at her home on Battle
avenue .film piovlded a pleasant oven-
A -Smb. Way to Comfort.
The Vlgltf Kind r .food will restore
any wt'alr stouuuh. ' it Is better off
without- drugs and u little Judgment in
selecting light weight and easily d.
"Tested food does the tilek,
A imtii In Oraml Huplds, jileh,, upon
recovering from a severe attack of
nervous" prostration, says;
"The principal double wus j,, .
tensely: irritated condition of the atom
ch, so severe that diluted milk would
cause u beusution as ir molten lead bail
been swallowed. At length, I began
stuay my own case, and abolished
prpgjl and commenced experimenting
Qrape-Nuts was brought to my no
tlce JWfl ? ""d t very palatable, uml
s a.rfgular movnipg dish, it met all
lhe f requirements, and sustained me
untle-mid-day. After using Grape-Nuts
ft week,-physical discomfort grew less,
piy strength began to return und I
.pained steadily In weight,
Along with all these improvements
tame good, peaceful sleep, which had
been so flighty a visitor, and with it
.tame returning hope and ambition, and
now, with perfect health, it gives me
pleasure to give Grape-Nuts the credit
It deserves." Name given by Postum
Co., Buttle Creek, Mich.
lng for her guests, who had 'many op
portunities tu commend her for her
The young people present were!
Misses t,orettn O'Neill, May I.ynntt,
IiOi-a Nealon, Olyphunt! Delia MeAn
drew, .Mrs. M, Garry, Mrs, M, Camp
bell, Mrs. 1 McAiulrow, Miss Mny
Dennett, Blnghnmton; Miss Kiln Cot
ter, Flillailelphlii; Patrick Lynch, An
drew O'Neill, .1. J. O'Neill, M. MeAn
drew, V. Sennlon, Kansas; AV. Darrey,
Scriintoni Jos. Campbell, James Me
Andrew, I. J, MeDonough, James Bui
MR. DAVIS TO REMAIN.
Ohaliman of Select Council Hns Been
Prevnlled on by Constituents Not
to Give Up His Scat.
John Davis, select councllmnn fiom
the Thlid ward, and chairman of the
upper' body, whose Intended resignation,
as published In The Tribune, caused
such a surprise and stir, has decided
not to relinquish his seat. Pievalled
upon by some of his colleagues, but
? . V.!.
.11 11 IN DAVIS,
Clinlimiiii of Select Cumuli Who lias
Changed lllv .Mind About Ite-signlng.
piinclpally by his constituents, he has
decided to remain, lor an indefinite
peiiod at least.
When Mi. Davis' Intension was Ili.-t
given publicity, there was much ae1
tivity among those close to him in his
ward, after their surprise anil shoe k
left, to pievail on hlni to withdraw his
The resignation, If handed in now,
would come too late to penult the
names of other ciiiidlihites to go on the
ballot at the Tall election: it would be
Felnuary next, there-fine, before there
could lie a ward election. In the mean
time tlie waul might sun'er from the
loss of lepre'sentatlou that might en
sue until council could elr-ct a tempor
ary sikvessor to Mi. T).ivls. These
I'onsidernUons moved llr. Din Is to
change his decision, and tlieie will be
no resignation at this time. Peihap",
If the contemplated H'slgnatlon hail
not. been published, as it was In The
Tilbune, the Intention of .Mr. Davis
would have been earned out. Its be
coming known cnuued nnu h -arne,t
solicitation anil persuasion among the
voters of the ward, with the happy
result to them that Mr. Davis, like the
coal sti ike, is still with them. This
elfort to have him retain his seat is
mine than a passing compliment to
TO DEAR HONESDALE.
Advice to a Correspondent and a
Foot Ball Challonge.
Kither the "vigilantes" or the sluing
hand of ilie law, Constable Lafayette
Smith, for Instance, ought to suppress
the young man who "wiltes the pieces"
for the lionesd.ile column of the Truth.
With (dinriii'terisilc assumption he
began to prate some nas ago iibotil
the foot ball fain of the e-analers.
"We'll fix the uisty towners." wiote
this woudiously wise man fioni the
cast, and thr-n swelling tip to a point
thai almost burst ills i:i' collar, he let
loose another blast of hot air about
bow the eleven In the village that's
beyond the cheese IVctory in Seeley
vllle. was making all sorts of prepar
ations to make the Carbondale Indian.
slug "I 'vanta go n-honie."
The loud noise that this young man
made, for one of ids tender years, at
tracted the' notice of Manager .1. Rus
sell Jones, of the Indians', who Is anxi
ous at any time to simp up a foot ball
pioposltlon fioni llonesdale; he's fond
of puddings, you know. He ended in ed
to locate Manager Dltlrleli, of base
ball noioilcty, in arrange for a game at
the Wayne coiiniy fair In llonesdale
thl-e week. After some 'phoning, lie
cut reeded, and was Intormed lhat
lloutsdnlc was not only not ready to
play, hut It did not 1 en have 11 team.
Tills Is why we lise to suggest that
that voluble young man, who Is likely
to bring on nervous exhaustion, be sup
pressed und be impelleel in devolo
himself strictly to the duties of a
schoolmaster of Texas township,
Hut to have llonesdale to get down
to business If t means to Manager
Jones has requested The Tribune in
stale that the Indians will play the
llonesdale eleven, when organized, any
day of the week, but Sunday, either
in Carbondale or llonesdale.
Since the' Indians learned of the pos
sibility of a ganio with Ifnnesdale they
have been singing and whistling "Oh,
Let it He Soon!" So llonesdale', dear
old llonesdale. hurry things along, and
the. warm spot we hold for you In our
heart will fairly glow.
TIHST OF REPERTOIRE.
Katherine Rober Company Flenses
Immense Audience at Grand,
The season of lepcitolre, which has
grown Immensely popular, was opened
lit the Grand last night, with the Kath
erine Itnber company, In the ambitious
production, Haulou's "Miidiiuie Sans
Thetis was an ovenlowlng audience,
which was unanimous in Its approval
of .Manager Byrne's selection for the
opening or this kind of entertainment.
The company can claim as much merit
us the best companies that have been
here, while the high. class play com
mended Itself to every one's good
Judgment. Miss Itober had a dashing
conception of the bold, fearless and
resolute washerwoman of Napoleon,
who afterwards reached Into his court
and highest favor, The supporting
company was well cast and satisfac
torily maintained the keen Interest
that grows Willi each act o( the story.
There is an abundance of specialties
that arc always looked for with keen
.. -t.1&&.-3mk . 's. '
Catarrh of the Stomach
and other forms of Indigestion are often caused by catarrh of the bond
and other complications; eight out of every ton people have dyspepsia
In one form or another; the only nb solute cure for dyspepsia and indi
Ciilnrrh nml Dyspepsia symptoms are a
sense of burning ami dull weight In the
Htotiinch nfter rating, sometimes accom
panied by heartburn, flatulence, constipa
tion or dliiirhoen, languor, depression, Ir
t liability, dull headaches: nil these symp
toms show that your dlgcsllvis organs mo
out of order, und you should take Duffy's
Pure Mult Whiskey. It will euro dys
pepsia and stimulate blood (o healthy
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED.
Gentlemen: J got six bottles of your
Whiskey about n year ago. and I used
half of II and It did me a great ileal of
good, and I gave the rest to my In other,
wiui had stomach tumble, and L think ho
would be In his grave today If it hadn't
been for your Whiskey, as lie was going
down fast and lhe doctor could 1I0 him no
good. ISAAC K. WAI,Ki:it.
f have liaed Durfv's Mult Whiskey for
half a year, and II afforded me gieat
satisfaction bv curing nm of that dreaded
illHeimo. Indigestion, which trembled 1110
for two yon I'm. DAVID GOllDON,
170 West 11 1 11 St., Chicago.
TWO BOTTLES CURED HIM.
Atlantic Cltv. N. J.. Mai eh K VM.
Dear Sirs: I have useil two boltlH of
your fine Malt Whiskey. X tried It for
Indigestion and dyspepsia mid found
great lellef from It.
m, u. ni'.so.
I have used Duffy's I'uie Malt Whiskey
expectation In these companies. The
Namlias, a Japanese family, gave a
really marvelous exhibition of equili
brists and acrobats, even for this clever
race. The aerial work of the wire of
the head of the pel rormers was tin til
ing. The assuianccs are that this will
be an I'xeeptlonully enjoyable one at
the (Iriiml, and that there will be a big
patronage. "Dr. BUI," a mirthful
comedy, will be tonight's attraction.
The celebrated staircase used in the
cedcbiated scene' In the production of
"Snpho," Wednesday night's bill, Is be
ing exhibited In fiont of the lirand.
SELECT COUNCIL FAYS
The Much Discussed Ninth Avenue
Sewer Claim Wow Out of the Way
in Upper Branch Chairman Davis'
Protest Other Business.
The much discussed claim of Con
tractor Thomas Ivllecn, for constructing
the Ninth avenue sewer was last nlglit
ordeied paid i,y select council.
This Is one of the chief tilings that
Chaiiman D.ivls alleged City Engineer
Kuapp fulled to pioporly direct and In
spce't, the charge being made hi answer
to the allegations against Mr. Davis
in the sensational scene the night Mr.
K'upp resigned. Mr. Davis claimed
lhat the sower was not laid at nearly
the depth It should. .s the ordinance
directed lhe payment of the claim on
the condition that the city engineer ap
proved of lhe work. As the engineer
dlel lliis. couniil dlreeted the bill of
$1,700 to be paid. Chaiiman Davis pro-te-ted
against the bill being paid.
The lesolutinii Intiodueed by Mr.
M. innlou for the paying of SiiOO to
the Itooney damage cause, awakened
some discu.-slon. Mr. Munition said he
ai'ted on lhe advice of the city rolled tor,
who contended that It was the most
leasonable way out of the suit. The
tesnlutlon was finally passed, Mr. Davis
alone voting in the negative.
File of common council. No. 7, In
trodueed by Mr. Kennedy for addition
al electric lights, passed first and sec
ond reading. A eomiminlcailon fiom
the city eontroller asking that X.'.'iO be
transferred from the Impiovoment np
proprialiiiii to that of the fuel. This
was passed on favorably.
Uesolutlon fiom A. T. Thompson,
providing for the delivery of the belt
of the stone crusher to the present
owner, Mr. Howe.
Ordluauc" Intiodueed by T, H. Bar
rett, piovldlug for additional electric
light", was missed on favoiablv bv the
committee ami ordered printed.
Oidlnance of .John D.ivN for an extra
nppiopiiitlloii of VJ7:: for lii"uranee,
Hcf-olutlon Intiodueed bv John Das
for the paying of SIKH due Or. Malaun
for I'i'.ro of small imx patients, was le
ferred to (In, nice committee,
Itesolutlon by U. W. Humphrey, pro
viding for the' transfer of $7 to the
fuel appinprhition passed favorably.
On motion of Mr. Mannlon, the $1,-707.-7
due Conlioller Kllleen for work
on sin face sewers was ordered paid.
Mr. Dals piotestlng n-i rel-iled,
A eominimlcatlon from the school
board for the laying or Mdowulks on
Terrace and Wyoming streets between
Salem and l.inenlu avenues, was lend
by the cieik and rclened to the street
I'oiuinlisloner, The paying of the- ex
pense. Inclined by the muuII pox pa
tients Is to be I'haigeil to the i'on
tlngeney fund, The meeting then ad
journed. Jlav. Dr. Hughes Tonight.
A rare treat Is offered to the people
of our city tonight, by the Baptist
Young People's union of the Berciiu
Baptist chmch, when Itev. JatncH
Hughes, of Bcrnnton, will speak upon
"The Needs of the World, and the Pos
sibilities of the Young."
The lectin o will be given In the lec
ture room of the church at 7.:i0 o'clock,
A general Invitation Is extended to the
public, and no charge will be made,
except a silver, nffeijiig, Dr, Hughes
Is an entertaining speaker,
At the Hospital.
Thomas Duml, of U'-yenr-old boy,
while playing ball yesterday, was
struck In the eye with a base ball bat,
and merely Injiued, Ho is being
treated at the Kmergeucy hospital.
Peter McKeleher, of Jermyii, was re
reived at the rmiergeney hospital, suf
fering fjom an Injured knee.
The game this afternoon between the
C'reteents and the KImou Long team
of Wllkes-Barre, will be the last game
of the season, The fans mo anxious to
see the Luzerne team play and a large
crowd will b6 piesent te witness the
Fifty laborers, employed by the Con
solldatcel Water company in laying a
pipe lino from No. 4 reservoir to Simp
son, struck yesterday for un 8-hour
day and 10 cents Increase to $1.50 per
for dyspepsln, nml fiom the benefit I de
lived fiom It'l ran safely recommend It
to nny one suffering from stomach trou
ble. II, M. JOHNSON.
Sept, S, 190:'. Klko, V11.
Do not till your system with harmful
drugs. Doctors preseiibo mid hospitals
use Duffy's Pure Alalt Whiskey whenever
1111 absolutely pure stimulant and tonic
are 1 canltcd, U contains no l-'usel Oil or
other dangerous Ingredient.
The genuine at nil dniggUts mill gio
rers or dlriV't, Jl.Ufl a bottle. It Is the
only whiskey recognized by the Govern
ment as 11 medicine. This is the guaran
tee. Valuable medical booklet contain
ing symptoms and treatment of diseases
and convincing testimonials sent free to
any lender of this paper who will wrlln
Darfy Mall Whiskey Company, of Ro
chester, N. V.
day. The company refused to giant
Miss May Campbell, of llonesdale, Is
the guest of .Miss May Gaughun, of
Kelltor Phllbln. of the Archtiald CHI
Ken, was a Carbondale visitor yester
day. Miss I.ucy Kelly, of South Main
stieet, has returned from several
weeks' visit at the home of her sister
111 Biooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. J. M. Klefer nnd children, ot
Belmont street, is visiting in Tunk
hatiuouk. Hubert flardner, clerk In Scurry &
Perkins', Is spending his vacation In
Miss Anna Hughes, of Wllkes-Barre,
has returned to her home, after a visit
with Carbondale friends.
Attorney AV. W. I.athrope, of Scran
ton, was In Carbondale yesterday.
Miss Mary tlallaghy was a visitor in
Dr. William F. Morrison returned to
Philadelphia yesterday, after a few
days' visit at the homestead on Klghth
avenue. His mother, William Morris
on, accompanied, and will be his guest
for several weeks.
Jlev. IJ. A. Sawyer and Mrs. Sawyer
have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Bo'-tle, of Mont Clair. N. J. The
latter is Itev. Mr. Sawer's sister.
Miss Bltz.'ibeth Kmly, of Seventh ave
nue, anel Miss Nellie Farrell, or the
West Side, have resumed their posi
tions as e lerks In Miss llallaghy's mil
linery parlors, after the summer va
Itev. ii. i Smith Is still critically
111 at the home of his daughter. Mrs.
It. D. Stuart, on Canaan street.
I-iiac Singer vKlted friends In Hones
dale on Sunday.
Alderman Fred J. Thomas, of the
Third waul, spent yesterday in Sci un
ion. Mis. .1. A. lteynolds, Mrs. W. K. Hub
erts. Misses Beatrlie Bluebell and Flo
lteynolds .-pent Saturday in Seranton.
.Mrs. Thoin.is Breiman and Miss Joyce
have retained to Pittston. after a visit
with Mir. A. I.. C.urney. of this eity.
William .1. Morgan, of Salem avenue,
traveling ch dilution asent of The Tilb
une: Ills father-in-law, John rimer,
and Colonel John McComb lelt yestei
day for Washington, D. C. to utiend
the national encampment of ihe (irand
Stephen Nc.ilon, of Pike street, who
has fully reeoveied Bean his recent
illnerf-, left yesterday nn St. Michael's
lollege, Toronto, Canada, to resume his
John Campbell, a well known young
man here, new winking In Port .lervls.
returned there tills ii'orn.ng, after a
few days' visit here.
Misses Hula and Kdlth Carey cn
Joyeel a drive to South Canaan, Sun
Miss Kilnii Kvnns, organist of the
Plymouth Congiesatlonttl church. West
Seranton, and Oscar Oswald, of I,. B,
Powell & Co.'s nimle More, were guests
o!" Mr. and .Mi.-, W, J. Morgan, of
Salem avenue, Sunday,
Letter fiom Mr. Wiley.
Kdllor ol' lhe Sei'.iuton Tribune.
Sir: In lnohlng over youi Lint Satur
day's paper, 1 notice a statement In tho
C.illiondale Items to which 1 wKh in take
exception. The I win In ipiexiion stale.)
that the Carboiidnle Indians expected m
play Woudtit, seminary on that day. Sat
iirelay. Del. -, ami that the manager of
the Cmliniidnle team was not iiotllied of
the semluaiy's Inability to play until
Thui'Mlay. In thus making the statement,
the repoiter Insinuate that It was the
Thiiihilay Immediately preceding the
Now, the 1 1 ii t It of the matter Is as fol
lows; In tlie Hist place, 1 never dellnltely
iii'iauged a game with the Carbonclnle.
Indians for any tinio or place. Shortly
nfter school opened 1 did write the mali
nger asking them If they i-ould play on
October I, or October ;'.", and on the sanio
or iollowing d,i 1 wioto him asking if
he could give, us a game at Cuiioiiilulo
on the last named date, lie replied to the
letter and said ho coidil not pay espoused
for a gamo at Caibonilalv, but would like
to play us In Kingston, llo Incidentally
mentioned October 1, but also said that
his team did not iiccosailly have to play
on a Saturday, and that any week day
would do. Tills last letter of tho Car
lioml.ilo manager was dated Sept. 'J-.'. I
courteously replied on Sept, Si tu lil.s let
ter and stated that wo pinbably could not
play his team this hcimon. So rar as my
knowledge) goes, this Is tho last curio,
bpumleuco between us.
Frcdeilek V. Wiley,
Manager Wyoming Seminary Foot H.UI
Kingston, Oct. 0.
lahv.ud lleckman, of Scinittou, vlaltcd
In town Sunday.
Mlh.s Bmelluo My eis wns a caller la
T. J. Swift was a caller In Cai boudalo
A. Muiloiinp.ichcr, of Scianton, wns a
caller In lawn Sunday evening.
A J. Cawluy was a caller In Carbon
Kd Ituuiiu, of the Mansion House, Is
epenilliig tlai week at Diuiiaore.
Jiuues .1. I'ecly, of Olyplmut, waa a
caller ill town jesluiday.
Mr, nml Mrs. U. u. Hattcnberg and
Connolly & Wallace
ScrantoiVs Shopping Center
The Book Sale still
They are going out
of 2,000 a day.
S WniiiPfi s Cmn Vpcte
" T T VfUMBwIlK kJ Mrlii. T VwlkJ
On a cold day, for" instance under
'a fall jacket what could be more snug?
In red, navy and green, double
breasted and fastened with brass buttons,
plain knitted back, $1.75, worth, $2. 2j.
& Only a Toolh Brush
5x But tooth brushes worth 20c, 250
and 30c each, for 10c each.
they are creating such a
them to sell at this price:
A New Departure ;
Sf Men's Smoking Jackets, house Coats and Gowns,
Luxurious. Lounging Robes.
The material is wool, in dark plain colors and mixtures the inside is plaid
of various color combinations. The garments are faced with the plaid to match
cloth, aud the pockets and collar are of ihe same plaid fiuished with fine silk cord
and made in the bast prssible manner.
Smoking Jackets and House Coats $5.00 each, worth in any Clothing or
Men's Exclusive Store $10.00.
Lounging Robes and Gowns $7.50, worth $12. 0.
Bath Robes of all wool stripes, $5.00, worth $7.50.
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daughter, Caiolyne. leave today for a
ten days' vis lint Washington. 1. C
MIhsps Miiisrmvl Coollcau and I.uey
Nailer spent Mhlenia with 1 1 leads hi
II. 11. J.lnderm.in, of Pony I'ott. spent
Sunday witli Ills paients on IjiuivI slivel
II. C. Miller was a caller In C.ulio.i
.iair.i". Nice, of Seriiutim, spent Sunday
Willi 1 datives In town.
Tin' marriage' of It.ilpb Wheeler, of tills
boiouuli. and Miss Mimic I. a ftuc, of
Scriiiitoii. will lake place al noon today
at the home of lhe hiitle'n lalber, Daniel
l.a Bui1, ol Hyde Path. The bible was a
former .leimyu lcsidcnt a.id I- a most
estimable.. you;ig I.iely. The groom is on
of the most ivpei ted young men of Jei
inyn and both will have tlie wishes of a
huge elude ol fil"iuls lor a happy .mil
Daniel Van Sickle, Ihe well Known vet
eran, of Seoit, ami l.alayetl" Matthews,
left ,M'sl"iilny for Washington. I J. C. to
attend Hi- thlity-.-ixtli annual encamp
ment of lhe Ciund Arm.v of the Republic.
Flank Welsh has been iieiiuieil to his
home eu Tiilul stice.1 for sevnal days
p.ixl with rheiirnall.-uii
Piofivsor Howe Ik., of TTciauloii, was a
lritor here jesterday.
Theie wan a ehainre for the worse !n
the londitlon ol Philip Maltei istcril.iy.
IP- lias been 111 lor cci,i months and Is
in such a weakened condition lhat his
110 ! iinile i'lllli-il.
Thomti'i M. Da vies and Panic); .Uiddoo'i
left ycsteuliiy motiilng lor llhiicn.
Willie .MiC.irthy, of Soii'li Mam litreet,
In auffeilng fiom a b.ullv .siiralmd shoul
der, the result of Ida;, lug rugby a lew
John iisuo rutin tied Saturday fiom
Cryrtal Pile company will hold an Im
poitanl mn'tliig ilils eviiung at whieii
all n-.euibers ale re(in.-,ted to be piescnt.
Tile Detno'T.itlo vigll..iiu eominlttee of
Jcrm.Mi was served with suhjoeiiaes to
appear at liaiilsliuig today to gie ic
llmouy In regaid to making out cieiL'ii
llals uf dek'ijutes to the recent county
Foity bonis devollon will lie held at tho
Sacied Heart ciuucli comini in ing next
thimlny beslnnliig with the 10,:w o'clock
Miss Mary Timlin, of Hlngh union, spent
Fiiday and riniiinliiy lieu- at her home.
Henry Tiottei, of Seiaiiton, was a vis
itor hero on Sunday,
Kdwin Klnssley, after a liiigcilug Ill
ness, ,i,., ( ,a luiinc on Fourth .treet,
Blakelj on Saluiihiy afternoon. Mr.
Kliigsiev was horn at Bildgewater, Su
nuelianna couiiiy, In JR-'), and was mar
ried to Miss Kllzabptli Stevens in IMi'i,
Soon alterwards. they moved to Mimic
bota. He was a carpenter and builder
and was over known as a master work
man. Be was a brother to the late
S. Dwlght Klugsley and for nearly four
.veins ho und his lamlly huui resided In
Blukely. Ho was a member of the Oly.
pliant Presbyterian church. Ills wife and
lour sons, Fred M., id Colorado; liinilis
II.. of llowa: William P. and Kdwin A,
of Blake ly, survive lilm. iiio fuueial ser
leoH wilt he hehi In the Blukely Baptist
church Thursday ufWuinoii at ; o'clock,
and will ho conducted by itev. David
Spencer, D. D,
Tho Catholic young Men's Total Ab
stinence, society are making prcparalloiu
to give an entertainment al lliu opera
house on Ftltlny night. In honor of Father
Malhew, the apostle of wiupernui'c. Tlie
programmo will coinlt of literary aid
musical selections and afterwauls a o.
elul will bo held.
John Lewis died at his homo on the
Bldge Siiudnj illuming of gencial doliility.
Deceased was bom In Wales ami was 7"
yearn ol aire. He has resided on tho
Bldgo Jor several yeal'H mid was highly
lespeeted by all who knew him. lie is
survived by a grown up family. Tlie ie.
mains will bo taken to Stoekbiidge,
Mai-s., today, where Intel meat will be.
Dr. J J. Piico was a visitor at Wilkes
Mr. and Mr.-. William It. lMwardu left
jcstciilay to attend thu annual encamp-
at the rate
- 12M29 Washington Ave.
E very Dag
We tell you a new
story, every month in
the year we are plan
ning new surprises.
Last year at this
time we told you about
This year a newer
and better story, like
wise an easier story.
It is' to he a white winter,
white waists are a fad, wool
r.ud wash materials, nnd we
have the exclusive sale of
several very handsome designs.
in while and dainty pinks,
blues and greens, just the pat
tern for evening' wear or a
Then for every day in the
winter wear, wo have every
thing' a waist can be fashioned
fiom. Talto five minutes to
morrow and stop in to look tho
juetty pieces over.
SCOTT ci? CO.
126 VJYQMING AVE.
mint of the lirntul Aimy of th Ucpublic
at Washington, D. C.
Mr. anel Mrs. C. W. Humphrey, of
Poiiltncy, Vt., who li.iw been Hie guests
of Mrs. William Mii-oii, ot Blakely, re
turned home yi'steida.
Miss Anna (llllngley, of Scianlon. Is
visiting Miss l.lzio Doheity. of I'ppec
Duuinoie .t i eel
John Hi am-, ol Diiawaiu bticet, Is ser
Mi-s Saiali l.elghtoil. of Pittston. U
lhe guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. P. i.'raus,
of Lackawanna slleet.
Mls-s Auies .Martin inlet tallied Miss
Kale Moiiahau, ot Caibnuejale, on Sun
ehiy, Be.v, John J. O'Doiuuil, aslitod at the
foriy bouiH ek'Viilluii servlew In St.
.Mary's elivuii, at Diimnuie, citviilay.
The stream of new things
flowing in these days is not to be
seen anywhere but here.
About a hundred medium weight
jackets for women are reduced this
morning $5.00 and $10.00 were
from $7.50 to $30.
The weight is one that is useful the
year 'round intended for Spring and
Fall wear, but are good until Christinas.
Black, gray and tau coats, worth
from $7.50 to $12 50 are now $5.00.
Some finer ones, including a Hue of
silk jackets, worth from $15.00 to $30.00,
are now $10.00.
Many people are
particular they de
of the ordinary
frames not job lots
turned out from some
factory and sold for
Are one of the par
ticular people we can
please you for the
same amount of
money as you would
pay for the factory
Speaking of original
frames, bring your
idea to our Pyro
graphy Studio and
we will have it skill
worked out. The
rich color tones up
any picture and the
design may be beau
tifully, artistic, sug
or infiitely amusing.
Come in and
talk it over.
211 Washington Ave.
flcniKo Vammii. of C.iiboudale, was a
Miliar la town Buud.i.
.Mrs Mniv Mui'ph., of Hyde Park, vis
lied ielatlic-1 at tills placo yestetduy,
.lame Iti'Hli ot Cuhonehilo, vUltea
friends In town yesterday. "
They Pny the User.
If you wish a half-tone or line cut,
let the Seranton Tribune mako U for
you. Our equipment lor this work Is
complete nnd up-to-date, We have
facilities for doing the finest sort, ol
work at lowest prices and what's more,
we do It. A trial order will convince