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THE 3GAANT0N TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1902.
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The News of Catfeondale.
HOt.'St-J' for rent on Pike street, Apply
MI(s;Mnigrtret Carroll, 4:' River street.
LOST AN ARM AND
MAY NOT SURVIVE
Mlchitel ni'kin, of Carbondale Town
ship, in Dangerous Condition from
Injuries Sustained During Tues
day Night WnB Found Lying
Along Ontario and Western Tracks
with Terribly Mangied Arm Not
Known How tho Accident Hap
pened. Michael l.url.ill, aged IIS years, whose
esldenee Is In Cnrboiidnle township,
loe to Mtiynuld ynrd. Is lighting for
IiIm life In F.niergenoy hospital, whither
hr was tiiliii'iitimtt S o'clock yesterday
Lurkln wns round along the tracks III
MnyHeld yard tilmiit an hour earlier.
He was In a pool of blood, which col
lected from a terribly mangled t'lifht
arm, He was only half conscious. The
fearfully crushed arm was amputated
at the hospital, but with a good deal of
misgivings, as Larkln's vitality was
fearfully low. lie survived the oper
Last night the Injuied man was la a
desperate condition ami there Is not a
great deal of hope that he will rally,
llesldo the mangling of the arm. he sus
tained internal Injuriov and suffers
severely fiom shod;. Most of the time
he Is unconscious, Altogether the Indi
cations are exceeding- grave. Jle may
or he ma not recover. Considering the
lo.?s of blood he sustained, his surviving
the oideal Is lemurknhle.
There Is no tclllllr how the accident
occurred, as none of the railroad men
recall having1 struck or run any one
down. I.arkln Is slmple-mlndeil, ami as
lie was drinking Tuesday night. It Is
supposed he lay down close to the
tincks and fell asleep, rolling onto the
tracks during his movements.
BLOES TAKEN HOME.
The Unfoitunate Soldier Claimed by
Peter Wellington IJIoes. the Thir
teenth regiment, soldier, who mot such
a terribly sail death on the Delaware
and Hudson road Tuesday, was taken
yesterday by hit; lather to the residence,
in Kqiilnunk, Wayne county, wheie
burial will lake place this afternoon,
contrary to the story of yesterday,
Blocs' father Is living and had no dilt'l
culty in recognizing iil.s sun, as the face
was not disfigured to any extent.
It was a strange coincidence that
.Blues met his death on the railroad, for
which he had a great liking. It was a
mission of this character, to get a
trainman's position, that brought, hint
to Carbondale. IJIoes' lather was op
posed to his purpose or railroading and
objected with vigor, but the son. perse
vered and said he would try It for a
while. Hefore he was successful In get
ting a position, his life went out in a
tragedy of the mil.
nines was a member of the Thir
teenth regiment about two years. The
occupations he followed were farming
on his father's land and labor in an ex
celsior factory .at Kiiuinunk. His folks
saw him alive last the day he left to go
with Company K to the camp at Olv
phnut. DIED FROM INJURIES.
Alfred Chambers Succumbs at Hos
pital from Fracture of Spine.
Alfred Chambers, who was taken
Irom Forest City to Kmergeney hos
pital, Suturdu;-, dlnil yesterday fore
noon from the Injuries he sustained in
n mine accident.
chambers was caught under a fall
of roof while at work in a Forest City
mine Saturday, lie was in a desper
ate condition wttm remove,) to the
hospital. The weight oi the fall came
. on his head, fracturing a vertebrae
,1nst below tlie hack of the head. Tar-
alysis of the organs o:' the head was
Hie coilseiUence ami little could he
' done for him.
Chamber was unmarried, ami has
- only. one .mrvlvor, ids brother, Daniel
. Chambers, whose home Is in Forest
11.1. tie was mini in Knglum: anil
was 'ill y-ars of age. lie resided In
' Forest city for a number uf years.
' THANKSGIVING SERVICES.
At Berean Church. Under Auspices
of That Congregation.
. The union Thanksgiving day services
.(Ids year will lie In the Uerwin liaptlst
, church, under the patronage of this
.congregation, n s the .Methodists'
.turn this year to be in charge of. w
rervlces, but owing to the non-comple-
tlon of their chiinh. the llaptMs' nifer
to act was necplrd.
The services, as usual, wilt lieu in ,.t
.0.30 Thanksgiving morning, Thursday,
November 37. The seriuor, will lie
preached by Rev. Charles l-.ce, pastor of
the First J'lesbyieri.lll chinch. Thecon-
Hitlllmoip, Mil,, propose to press with
vigor ami unremitting itUrutlon the
collection of tn.vps of the uncollected
portion of the Clifford duplicate. Henry
W, Watklus," a representative of the
company, Is now' In Oarbonilnle for tills
Of the ,$0,:riJ paid by (lie surety com
pany In settlement of the duplicate,
about M.000 Is not collected, It Is this
sum which the company (imposes to col
lect, Those who have not scttied will be
given ample opportunity to pay, but If
there Is no response, legal steps will be
taiten. All the hooks or Collector Clifford
are In the hands of Mr. Watltlns. This
collection Is for the purpose of reim
bursing tin" bond company for Its pay
ment of $,l',i, the settlement sum, also
the local bondsmen who are Involved In
the proi ding,
CHANGES AT MINES.
Record Kept of Time Men Go to and
Leave Work, by Registering- Clock.
Record Mfly Be Used at Mine Com
A new order of thins has been In
augurated about tho Delaware and
Hudson mines In this vicinity, with ref
erence to the hours I he men work; or,
r.i tiler, the actual time they spend In
At tlie Coalbrook colliery there Is a
registering clock-, somewhat similar to
the Dundy clock in use In all posloMees
where there Is a carrier system Kach
employe, whether engaged on plecewoik
or by tlie day, Is reutiired to register
both when going Into work and when
coming nut and departing homeward.
This determines how many hours he
has actually been In the mines.
At workings other than the Coal
brook, the miners are reunited to leave
their names with the mine boss when
going into their places, and likewise re
port to hint when the day's work is
finished. While tills rule Is in vogue In
Places down the valley, where there Is
danger of mine explosions, In order that
a record may be had of the men who
are underground. It has never been en
There is much speculation as- to the
new order or things. The opinion that
is generally shared is that these records
will be presented by the Delaware and
Hudson company in support of Its case
before the arbitration commission. Tho
operators in their contentions, in an
swer to the eight-hour day demand,
have emphasised the claim that many
miiu-rs now spend actually 1. ss than
tills number of hours In getting out
their coal. It is this elrctimstauca that
ghe'S rise to the belief that the com
pany Is enforcing- this rule to gather
evidence to sustain Its contention be
fore the commission.
Carbondale miners take exception to
the statement that their first semi
monthly pay amounted to $21) or ,$J,1.
They say that the average was not
moie than $10. They claim, further,
that they are not having good time.
blaming this condition to the admitted
incapacity of the big Coalbrook breaker,
which cannot accommodate more than
one-half the normal full-time produc
tion of die millets.
He proved himself a marvelous caul-llbrlst.
Aii INTERESTING NIGHT.
Grand Staff of Odd fellows in the
City Ziut Night.
Last night one of the most Interest
ing In the history of the Odd Fellows
The occasion was tlie visit 'or the
grand master of the order, Edward U
Hitler, of Philadelphia, mid his staff.
The meeting was held In Columbia ball
on South Church street, and was at
tended by nbbtit MO'" Odd Fellows, In
cluding: a half hundred from down the
Tlie speakets In addition to -Clrand
Master Hitter, who gave a beautifully
Impressive exemplification of the tin
Written work, were Robert Graham.
of Philadelphia; Grant McGlathery,
of Norlstown. Attorney Harry Hard
ing, oc feeranton; and the veteran- Odd
Fellow, I', K. Joslln, of Carboiulnle, who
was initiated In 1816.
A smoker and social session conclud
ed the eventful evening. Tonight the
grand ofllrers will be In Towanda.
The visiting grand stuff was as fol
lows: ICdwIn I.. Hitter, of Philadelphia,
Brand master; Isaac. Singer, of Carbon
dale, deputy grand master: Robert
Graham, of Philadelphia, grand war
den: Kdward C. Deans, of Scranton,
grand secretory: J. K. Harris, of Hcran
ton, grand treasurer: Philip McGlath
ery, or Norrlstown, grand conductor;
Henry Meyers, of Archbald, grand
chaplain- George W. Hughes, of Car
bondale, grand guardian; W. J. Toman,
of Jermy.ii, grand herald.
Its Influence Has Been Felt
bj So Many Scranton
Tribune's Carbondale Contestants.
A number of Carbondale young peo
ple have been entered in a contest to
determine how many words can be
made out of the letters contained In the
words "The Home Paper." Among the
contestants are Mary Williams, Terrace
street; Hazel Patten. Park street; Curl
lily, Church street; Ittu-nlce Severance,
Cemetery street, and Beth Reynolds,
Washington street. Kvenlng Lender.
Called Away on Account of Death.
.lohn Hollenback, of Oak a venue and
sister. Mrs. T. i.. Ctley, of Helmont
street, have beer, culler, to Meshoopany,
on account of the death of i relative.
OUT OF DANGER.
legations of the FIil- Ii-hsI.vi..,.i
First Methodist and lieieau 'liaptlst
j hurdles will Join In this annual offer
ang of thongs, us directed by PreMiient
JJtoosevelt a'liil Governor Stone.
UNPAID TAXES, '
fidelity Surety Company to Collect
)hp" Clifford Duplicate.
S U;jiS!?rem" a.ml beposlf. company, of
g IMMVKKFUI, FOOD
:j That Can Lift You Out of Bed,
j The proper foot to build up the sv.s.
Ijeiu afjerjan attack-, if Illness,-or any
Jptlier' time, is Important to know
3 "Last year, 1 had typhoid malarial
Sever, says a lady In Manilla, ia
Cand It left.iue so weak I could scarce.
ay turn In" 'bed. I was very nervous,
,5?v31i.5t no'se nnnoyed me, and 1
cCifrU'Tiardly eat anything.
"A frjend recommended Ora"pe..vutH
food, thinking may be I would like
that, and t did, I commenced gaining
JlrengHi, nna an, 0. ai,le ,0 wu1.
.pr.ound out yor doors, having gained
over' twenty pounds, and Grape-Nnts
"My little brother used to be thin
'tuld pale. Although he seemed to eat
Enough food, what he did eat did him
fro good. He was put on Grape-Nuts
tegularly and Is now strong and well
and gaining fast In flesh,, I .recom
mend Grape-Nuts to all who are weak
unrt' run down."-Name given by
Postuin Co,,, flattie Creek, Mich.
Young- Frank Gordon Wha Fell from
Trestle on Road to Recovery.
Frank Gordon, the lad who fell from
the Powderly chute trestle on Saturday
last, a distance of :i.-, feet, is regarded
as out of danger by his physician. Dr.
.1. A. Kelly, lie will not ,e allowed to
leave bed for three or four days, but
tin; fear of complications has been
banished by the increasing favorable
indication of the past few days, ills
temperature and other conditions are
Gordon was playing with compan
ions when he accidentally tumbled oft
the trestle.; lie was linconsptnns! fn,. n
while and suffered several hemor
rhages of the stomach and head. For
several days his condition was precar
ious aim it was reared the result would
b.? fatal, ills escape from mortal In
jury was by a narrow margin.
Druggist H. F. Clnrk Sends Check
of Ten Dollars to Columblas.
Herbert F. Clark, the Church street
Pharmacist, bus expressed his appre-
hit Ion of the work of the city's Hre
1'ieii at the recent lire at his place of
business, In a substantia! manner. He
iiniiiueu a cnecK lor iu to Colum
bia llo.-e iiiiiipaiiy, accompanied with
a letter of t banks.
The company, at lis meeting last
night heartily acknowledged the gen
erous gift of Mr. Clark's, and
adopted a inlnutft of thanks to him, at
the same time directing that public ac
knowledgement of the check be made
through the press. This Is the kind of
nppicclallou and encouragement that
finds great favor with the llreiiieu In
their unseiiish devotion to the public.
WILL MEET TONIGHT.
Jennie, the eleven-year-old daughter
of Mr. John Muldooii, of the Jdast Side,
died last evening. Deceased has been
an Invalid from' birth and Is survived
by her father and several brothers
ami sisters. The funeral arrangements
have not yet been completed.
A chll service examination for tlie
position or rural mail carrier will be
held at the Jerinyu postotflce at 10
o'clock on Wednesday morning, Nov.
111. All Interested In the same will re
port at that time.
John II. Griffiths,
The funeral of the late Edith Martin,
who met such a sad and untimely
death, took place yesterday nfternoon.
Services were conducted at the libuse
by Rev. M. D. Fuller, of the .Metho
dist church. There was n number of
beautiful floral gifts which were car
rier !y Willie and Ralph Forkll,
Thomas Wilson and Samuel Martin.
The pall-bearers were John Dinner,
James Penrose, George Reeve, William
Seynior, Samuel Harvey and Walter
Mrs. .Benjamin and Mrs. Kdwnrd
Stratford and children, of Vandllng,
spent yesterday with Jermyn friends.
Miss Annie Griffiths is at t'tica, X.
Y., where she expects to spend several
Twin sons were yesterday born to
Mr. and Mrs. John Mairn, of Main
stree.. Cnfortunately one of the little
fellows has since died.
Miss Gladys Toby, of Forest City,
is visiting relatives here.
T. K. Griffiths, of North Main street,
made a business trip to Scranton, Tuesday.
The soothing Influence of relief
After suffering from Itching Piles,
From Kezema or any Itchiness of the
Makes one feel grateful to the rem
Uoan's Olnttnent has soothed hun
dreds, Here's what one Scranton citizen
Mrs. M. J. Glllespje, of not North
Washington avenue, says: "I saw
Doan's Ointment advertised and I
went to Matthews Rros.' drug store
and got a box. 1 used It on my little
bnby, who had very sore ears, ami
nothing seemed to cure him, but a few
applications of this remedy showed u
great improvement, and In a very
short time the sore spot all healed up.
The skin grew'out so nicely thnt you
could never tell It had been sore. We
have also used It for cuts and bruises
and for other purposes for which an
ointment Is needed, and found It very
For sale by all dealers: price r0
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., fiuffalo, N.
Y sole agents for tlie United Stales.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Connolly & Wallace
Scranton's Shopping Center
The best of its kind means
the best your money can buy.
We are spending your money
and we are accountable for spetid
it to the best advantage.
The maker the beat In the world has
the finest facilities for working. The skins
are selected with the greatest care, and the
gloves when finished pas-s through the
hands of three or four different people If
they show the slightest Imperfections they
are thrown uslde.
There Is a great variety of beautiful
colors from deep seal and golden brown,
all through the brown fainlfy, Into the light
tan, which Is almost a cream; from real
heavers and modes, to the most delicate
shades of mauve. Overseams, three metal
clasps; pique sewn with two clasps, or
pique sewn with one large pearl button.
$1.50 and $2 Pair
E. E. Hcndilck Hook and Ladder
Company Organization Postponed.
Owing to a special session of Colum
bia Hose uimpauy last night, the meet
ing of the new K. K, Jlendilck Hook
mid Ladder eniupnuy was necessarily
postponed until this evening. Those In
terested In the project are urged to he
present In the Columbia's meeting
room at 7JO tonight, as permanent or
ganization will be effected,
There has been a ready response
among the young men and the business
men of the town, whose inteiest mui
aid In the project have been sought.
The movement Is an earnest one, and
It Is the purpose to carry It to a sue
cessful Issue, Ways and means me al
realty under way, and' the plan and
scope of the project will he given to
the public after tonight's meeting when
the organization will he" made perman
ent. The Minstrels Last Night.
It has beep souiu time since Carbon
dale theatre-goers had a night with a
nunwtrel company, and for this reason
loiishlerablu enjoyment was derived
from the Harlow minstrels performance
at the Grand last night, even though
the uuullty of the entertainment was
Perhaps the most amusing of the
crowd was l-M, Thompson, a good-ids:cd
artist. He. gave a monologue that kept
the risibilities of bis heaters well stirred
up, even though he delivered himself of
some gags that were memories of by
The feature that ha ueyer been
equaled of Its kind in Carbondale wus
the swinging wire act of Al. Hutphen.
The Woman's guild of St. Geoi-ce's
mission will conduct a rummage tale in
the Hull building on Main street, Blake
ly, beginning Saturday, November I!'.'.
Mrs. Harry Buddie, who has been vis
iting relatives at Carbondnle, has re
The following unclaimed letters le
tniilii uncalled for at the Olyphant post
olllce: Oscar Burgess, Krnest Doaskln,
Mrs. John Hays, Miss Hannah Phil
lips, William Thomas, William II.
Burns, G. L. Dullard, Edward Brown,
John L. Davis, William Davis, Georg
Kvans, lOvan Gibbon, Lucy K. Jones.
S. J. .Matthews, Postmaster.
The members of the Orpheus club
were entertained at tlie home of Miss
Harriet Hoban. on Dnnmore kiiwi
Tuesday evening. Cards and other
socIhI amusements were Indulged In,
and at 11 o'clock a tempting luncheon
was served by the hostess. The even
ing was enjoyable for all present,
Anthony Ollllspie has moved into the
Sweeney building on Lackawanna
Mrs. R. R. Van Herguu and Mrs.
Harry Wright, of Carbondale, were the
guests of Mrs, Jennie Voyle yesterday,
Mrs. Annette Richmond, of city lln.e,
spent yesterday with Mrs. Kdwaid
Mills, of Lackawanna street.
The Juvenls dancing class will hold
Its opening social In Mahou's hall this
evening, Lawrence orchestra will piny
for dancing. A large attendance is ev.
Rev. It. Lloyd Roberts, pastor of a
large congelation In Gonier, O., Is
visiting frlWds In this section, and
during his stay here has preached to
large congregations in this borough
and North Scranton. He Is a powerful
preacher ami a gifted orator, and has
a host of admiring friends here,
Archbald Mine local. No. 161h. lint.
ted .Mine Workers, will meet this even
ing In Odd Fellows hall.
The following officer were installed
at the meeting of Lackawanna lodge,
No. 113, American Protestant associa
tion, at Tuesday evening's meeting:
Arcbunislicd by Dr. Ajnicw's Ca.
tarrhal Powder, It Relieves l
10 AH mi tea
F, A, Bottom, druggist, Cookshlro. Que.,
says: "For so years I suffered from Ca
tatrh. My breath was very offensive even
to myself. I tiled everything which
promised me a cure. In almost all in
stances I had to proclaim them no good
at all., I was induced to try Dr. Aguew'a
Catarrhal Powder. I got relief Inntantly
after first application. It cured roe and I
am free from all the effects of It." n
Dr.ciew'0inUrrtr"e mr r'- ".
Uewoii hif Wm Cla,k nd H C San'
Worthy muster, David Davis: deputy
worthy master, Thomas R. Jones; re
cording secretary, Thomas M. Davis;
treasurer, Thomas Moses.
Rev. K L. Santee, pastor of the
Methodist Kplscopal church, and Mrs.
Khner T. Daniels, delegate from the
Kpworth league, will attend the sub
district convention to be held today at
The Bowery foot ball team will have'
as their opponents, on the Riverside
grounds on Thanksgiving afternoon,
the strong Old Forge team.
Messrs. James Price, David Reese
and Hon. Kdward James are on a
hunting trip to Wayne county.
Mls Gertrude .Simmons, of South
Taylor, entertained, recently, Misses
1211a and Susie PIzer and Carrie Fos
ter, of Green Ridge.
Master Arthur Davis, of Main street,
has returned home from his visit with
his sister. Miss Maud Davis, at
Bloomsburg Normal school.
Lackawanna Valley council. No. SI,
Junior Order United American Me
chanics, will meet this evening.
Mrs. David P. Davis, of Plymouth,
was the guest of her sister. Mrs. Em
anuel Owens, of Taylor .street, yester
day. Mrs. Wesley Fatsltiger, of Atherton
street, Is fast recovering from her re
The Taylor Social club will conduct
their regular weekly dance this even
ing, in Weber's rink.
The new building of Henry Weisen
fluh, on Union street, Is fast Hearing
The Jones & Guernsey silk factory
on Grove street will soon be ready to
Mrs. Dougherty, wife of Hotelkeeper
Daniel Dougherty, or South Taylor, Is
livery sheet unit1 pillow or bolster-case
that you buy in this store has been lorn,
That means: The edge runs along a,
thread and the things will always bo
straight after they are laundered.
"Cheap" muslins ure often those that
have been cut with the scissors instead of
being torn off any housekeeper knows how
they pull out of shape and stretch In points
after they have been through the w:ash.
These are otiiwn brand, put up under
our name, of bP standard muslin, good
weight, soft finish.
Connolly & Wallace's is the
fashion center of this part of our
country not only because It gets
the styles first, but because it
gets them right.
Women's Norfolk Suits
Not since the Russian blouse cam Into
favor has there been it stylo over which the
whole world bus gone wild like the Norfolk
Its loose, easy lilting lines and Its In
formality have appealed to hundreds of
young girls and grown women, especially In
Like most of the winter coats, Norfolk"!
are growing longer. Von can have your
choice of n loose box back or hnlf fitted
though the latter stylo Is probably becom
ing to more women.
No material Is too fine or good to put
Into Norfolks they are oven being made of
velveteen and fine broadcloth. And on the
other hand no HtuiT Is too rough or coarsely
woven Indeed, the coarser the better for
some of the suits.
PILLOW CASKS. SHEETS.
1x30 13c G3x!i0 4Se
4."x56 He 63x9!) f,3o
i"0x.1G Tie 7x00 :jc
G4.36 lfle 7-'x!J! i"Su
C. J. Ganzemuller, S. W. Newton and
William Allen were at Nantlcoke, yes
terday, where they attended the fu
neral of the late Daniel Dorris, who
was a former resident of Peckvllle.
Deceased was a member of the Wilson
Fire company of this place, and the
above members of the company were
the bearers of a most beautiful floral
design In the shape of a fireman's
helmet, of roses and carnations.
The Win ton borough business men
have ordered the electric light connec
tions severed from their buildings, and
will huve nothing more to do with the
meter system of the Carbondale com
pany. On Monday evening a commit-
I tee of the business men attended the
Blakely borough council meeting and
petitioned council to supply them with
lights. Council Informed them if they
would furnish the pole line and trans
former they would give them the nec
essary power. The business men have
men now employed constructing the
one, ana u win oniy ne a snort time
before they will have everything work
ing smoothly. They will pay Bliikely
boroiiRh 25 cents per light or lii-candlo
Kdward Kvans, of .Scranton, has se
cured the position of engineer at the
electric light plant.
Silk Coats for Winter
"Too shivery," said women when we
first suggested the Idea.
But to overcome this we have taken
the warmest, softest limine! and interlined
them until they are cozy and comfortable
for the coldest dttys.
You will find them mostly lined with
white they can be slipped on over the
most delicate gown without hurt.
All lengths, short, medium and long,
close fitting or Monte Carlo style.
$25 to $85 Each
g Ladies' Handkerchiefs 9c
These are hemstitched and scalloped,
S embroidered and drawn-work llandker-
W chiefs, worth from 12VS to 20 tents each.
Choice among them at 9c each, or .$t n
y It's the bes-t Handkerchief Value we've
S5 seen hi a long time and should be doubly
3 appreciated at this time of the year the
5c nearness of the Christmas season.
Men's Collars and Shirts
Two things every man In Scranton and
vicinity ought to know intimately:
Our Dollar Dress Skirts
Our 2-for-25c Collars
They have never yet been equaled
manufacturers say so, candid and unbiased
stores In other cities say so, men who
have worn them say so.
The Baby Store
Sends out its message caps and coats and
never a fuller line or prettier things from
which to buy.
Every shelf is packed with bonnets
wadded ones for winter.
There are many kinds, colors and
grades, ranging lu price from -"e to $10.
The long coats for little babies are all
white Bedford, cashmere, silk bengallne,
taffeta and Duehesse satin, from $1.73 to
Rich and Rare Silks
It Is generally conceded by all who have
seen the silks wc have Imported for this
season's business thnt It Is a collection surpassing-
any that ever came to this city.
from the famous fashion centers of the
The beginning of the social season,
with the presentation of debutantes nnc'
the coming of November weddings, ha:
brought the exclusive evening silks lut'
M. W. Loftus died about t o'clock yes
terdny afternoon, after an Illness of
several weeks' duration. Tie Is survived
by his wife, two daughters and one son,
Funeral announcement will be 'made
John U, Rlackwell died Wednesday
morning at the home of his daughter,
.Mrs. John Anderson, of Mlnooka ave
nue. Funeral service will be held at
the Methodist church Friday nfternoun
at t o'clock. Deceased wns a member
of Rennet lodge, No, 907, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, of this place. He
was also a member of Improved Order
of Red Men and the Musonlo fratern
ity. Mrs. V, G, Hull, Mrs. James Cooper,
Mrs. Frank Cooper, of Scranton, and
.Mrs. Frank Cooper, sr of Wnymnrt,
spent Tuesday with Mrs, George Tie
gellas, Charles Snvder wns a business caller
In Wllkes-Hane last evening.
I Connolly & Wallace
i 123-125-12M29 Washington Ave. j
her 21. No admission will be charged
to the llrstand a silver offering will be
Mrs. D. S. Waterbury, of Kuowles
vllle, N. Y and Mrs. Frank Drlggs, of
Nicholson, called on Mrs. M. llobbs,
Carl Tiffany, of Ruckuell university.
was home last week to votf.
Rev. Mr. Thompson, of Dalton, hat,
received n call from the Fleetvllle Rap
list church, He will preach every Sun
day nfternoon nt 2,30,
Prof, Huck, a singing evangelist, as.
slsted lu tlie services at the .Methodist
church Sunday afternoon. He will he
present next tjunduy ulso.
AVorth Smith was home from Haiti,
more for u few days last week,
Paul Guiither will have an auction
sale of cattle, grain, potatoes, one lion
aim boiue running implements, Nnvein.
Rev. Dr. H. J. Whaleii, of Carbon,
dale, will give a course of three lec
tures In the Baptist church, beginning
'November II, ti(e second to be Novem-
Miss Jennie Gllgallon wns a visitor
In Carbondale yesterday,
Mrs, Thomas Collins left for Rlng-
haiutou yesterday, where she will join
her husband, who is employed there.
Miss Mame Gother was a caller in
A meeting of St. Germain council,
No. 183, C. W. H. L., will bo held III
Father Mathew hall, Thursday even
ing, at 7.30 p, in. All members are re
quested to be present.
The Ladles' Aid will give a supper lu
the Methodist Kplscopal parsonage to
night. Supper, 10 cents, All are wel
come, Mr. and Mrs. F. 11. Smith and son,
Aichle, visited at Tompkinsvlllc, on
Tho Novelty factory Is in operation
again, ufter being Idle a couple of
Stepped Against a Hot; Stove.
A child of Mrs, Geo. T. ISeusnn, when
getting his usual Saturday night bath,
stepped back against a hot stove which
burned blm severely. The child was lu
great agony and his mother could do
nothing to pacify him. Remembering
that she hud a bottle of Chumberlalu'h
Pain Hulin In the house, she thought
she would try It. In less than ml
an hour after applying it the child va
quiet und asleep, and lu less (bun two
weeks was well. Mrs. Heusou Is a well
known resident of Kellar, Vu. Pain
Ualm Is tin antiseptic liniment und
especially valuable for burns, cuts,
bruises and sprains. For sale by nil
Cor. Adams Ave. and Linden St
At 3 P. M. and 7.30 P. M.
This is the finest collection of
Rugs direct from Constantinople by
order of the'New York Rug Co,