The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 02, 1902, Page 2, Image 2
' y, THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1902. The News of ANOTHER YEAR'S WORK OF A SPLENDID CHARITY Nenrly Thiee Thousand Pntlehts Have Been Tiented nt Emergency, Hospltnl Since Its Institution Nine Yenis Ago "A Yenv of Dlfllciil- tles" Snys Hon. S. S. Jones, tliet Hospital Hornet's Piesldent, In His Itepoit Also "A Year of Timely Helps" The Hepoit for the Year Just Ended. W'llilt u blessed I'.h Id Cuibolldule'o splendid cli.ti lt . Uiiieiuoiiey hospital, bus been In this community vlnee Its Institution nlii" .voti i itRO, Ii hinted nt In tin' lopoit ul I Inn. S. S. Jinn."', president of tin- boaid of rtlioi'lois, .which has luil been submitted. , "To niuliitnlii It," unsi Mr. Jones, "is to labor fur liunuinlty, and wh.it bus been iiinmipllnlifd rtiuiiiff the nine .veins since Kiui'iBiMK-y hospital was opened Is hi evidence, not only upon Hie books of locoiil, but III Hip Ri-atP-Htl In-ill Is nt neaily three thouwind 'pei font who lniM' biin taiert lot in this Institution. " This wlntuiietil ul" fni't ioincs ti jvood deal moio lliiin tilt' public tan eomptehetid, or any one who Is not In thiiutely associated with the woik. Hut II ilauit's (.mi tninty uuyililiiK, the .statement that patients m tho number ol iicmly oni-qttai tor ot the pioseiit population of Cm bond. Ho hao I'titinil a liaten nt iet mid foinfoit and health in this homo Tor llic Mck and liiiiued, oimlit to awaken an applet in tliui of this '-hailty thai ulll manifest Itbelf in a ueneious 1 espouse 10 tlio apiieal for funds tin .itliilllnnnl bullrt ItiKS madi' Hulls- iiei osuy by the lui'icasliiir needs nt tlio ioiiiiiiunlt. Tho Woui.ms' .ulllaiy boaid shutes In ii Iiiirp iiiiMsiiio of Hi. ml;-, fioni the diieclois for tlio t'lllclpul woik of the past e.n, and Miss Flomneo I'.. Wright, tht' supeiliitcndeiit. Is ptolli-d lor lift l.tithiul anil oinpetoiit weak, "ahout whom." sas Iho lepoit, "too jiiiipIi (iilinot In? --aid." The lopoit of tin- wiit'tai.N, M. I''. Noiton, l e lew s Hip woik of Hie yen, show Ins tli.it a total ot neuilv. tour liundipil patients weie tieatPd dtuliif,' thp .par. Of this niiiiibor only eight weio unlmpiovcil. 'I'Iip lpptut Is oup which pciy i ilizpn should ic.nl and ponder ovei, fin it ollcis a sood deal for the lonsidfi.itlon of Kind, tliouttht ful peit-ous. The rcpni I of the pie-ldeut and of the secictai iollow: The President's Hepoil. 'I'lic join niltd Octohci ,!l, 1'i".' Ins In to ii pciiuil of Hill ailhil In hospit il wink and thp lesiilts. In ovidiiiio ale ssiatllN iiiK. U lias bi uii a jo.a i f illtlii ullii s ami tin Mills iiiciiloiil In niuiiiliiliillig an In--titiilirm of Ibis c Imi .u lei , but It lias Iipcii also a jo.n lull of ilmelv In Ips, as sill. dices ill .ill lucli.iscil pel .on 1 1 illte'- i'sl In tills (li.ullj. To the liulics who ale iiiy.inli il us tin aiiliui ho nil, imuh pialse is due Thai Llllrieut woil , lias not onlv piocri a iciil lit 1 1 in tile way ol lliiaiu ial LiniU lliution--, but t In hue lonileied nliia)jli usMst.uuc In liittci niPlits, lA pioldhiK Iiiueli in i (led equip ments In ilin v.u Inns ilep u liiicnl- notably the appllnni i and liMines loi tlio npeiatlns loom. To llnii' illoit-, "donation dnj, h.i- lutoine a Itatuie ol the smjiIv. To tho imps uf si,t-;,.(ius ,t(l ph facialis, who niiioiiui'-h ie tluii 1lmo and piofe-slou.ii seniles to Hie In mates, oiii Hi inks nie beie offPieil L appieciute tilth sc.nlips and we nnlj oile the Kiatitiule ot those iho hate bei n undet lif.itnicnl at tills hospital. Too minli iiuuiol be s.ilil ol our laltb ful and competent supoilutuiileut, Jls V. II. "Vllnllt, and bei i ol ps of mil so--and in lact all the cmploMs hate Klen e'.ldeiue ol tbclc inteiist in llicir litiois Tho Delnwaio and llodsou eompanv's lontiibutlou ot .i)(i amumllx is a ku.u help, and toiinibiitloiis of coal Horn Ha Jliie lonipun, the T tuple lion 1 0111-pauj- and the NViv Yoi U, Outiuiii and Wehtctn Jtillioail Lomranj aie tiult ap pieclatpd. Hmiltfr the past e.n Hie lietliiineut tint! lepalis line n(iiiied an outln ot $",KiS.7l, whii h Kpiiscnts ncnilj ow fuiutli tlio total eol ol in linteiiailip Only Midi woik has ppen done as them wn.s actual nctcssltv for ,ml tilde e. nialiis nitiih in the sutne line Hint will need attention duiiiiK the picscui voir, To meet the luiie.it.liis; demiiud, upon tin institution, it will In; iiici'smiuv to pio vlcln additional biilldlnss. Tin- neids hi tliulo lli.st, n homo building In ouler Hint the lllnpr and hlocplni; looms tor nui.ses, and all emplove.s. he piovidul in a M-p. niuto stun tin e, and, second, a pavilion lor lontiiRlous diseases. Tills will moiii a eoiibideiablu oiitlaj. The IpkIsI.iUup will be nsked to aid, anil the neonle w bo appealed to loi i oiitiibullons, This Is n public cliniitj; It Is tho people's char ity. It Is a. bouse whoo doois ale open to tlio uftllcleil nnloi lunate To tnnln taln It. Is to labor tor humanity and what has been atiomplislied dm Ins Hip nlnu j-eais hIiico tlniPigeney Iiosplttil was opentil, is In uvldi nee, not only upon tliu liooks ot leeord. but ill the Kiatolul lienrts ot neaily Hnie tliouand iieibims who hno been eaiul tor in this institu tion, s, s .lonrn The Secietaiy's Eepott. Hecilitts nnd oxppuilltuies of the Car hondalo Hospital nsoclatlon fm j on t euil Ins October III, VK2: ItllClIlPTS. Htuto npinopilutlou jc.i'iaw J). &U.'Co donations s.'3 ft) i j sSKKB TEETH. Seiious Failure of 3ody Comes fiom , Ln,ck of a Good Grinding' Mill. I "A few jujis ujjo jrotlnr hud her iQoth-'all taken outf 1ioi1iik In that wuytoTi)(leye heis Hiiitfiihifr, hut tall. Hi, and It left her kuius mi bcuHtHQ hut tho wcailng of rulso teeth or tho jnoper nuiBtlllcutlou of food - (i t Ifluaily Inipobslhlo, mi that lit tliu Bptlntj of 1901 hh tailed tapiilly, nihnl and body both Kjvlng way and for many weeks llto and iPtiruu weio de ejmlred of, STAt orte call of her ph.vcli Ian ho sald the nbboltttely must tako nioio noui Uhment, bomotlilng eatlly dlKestcd, 5ry',Glape.utH, I linmodlatelj oh gilneU a package, preputed .somo with Bood, rich cieain, and fed her Uoin a ijaBpoon, She lieffun to take a icgu. aily and likea tho food no well hhu 'jjould ask between thno.s if we had gpy repdy f"r ,,el' SU) hegau to im prove 'at once, It Is now three months since she be gun eating the food. She has fully re covered her health, looks better and is Itfcshler and stronger mentally nnd physically, than for many months pie IouB. , Kprape-Nula furnlnhed (ho "iioiulsh ment for her thut it eeemed impossible fij get fronuany olhe kind of fqod." Namo Klvn by lostuni"Co., Battle Cuck, Mlth, Carbondale N'UIHIS Hpnltes , , Pil'iJ W'nnieu's boa Id iinumaeis,, ,,, ,, 1')t M TIlMlll.Hfthllu; iloiiiltloitH I'hllH'lieii ill 'A Supplies Hold I 'I til 1'ald ihiiIpiiIh , ,. ... L'.TIUTI nni s-t lIXPJIN'DITnill.S. Dtds and beddbiK i" 1.1 SS llroonis and IntlMli"? 1IW IXpirm mid calliiHe 1'J I . I Drj Roods 40 "0 Klstin trt ;Vi n" I'ltllt and M'Kt'tiibliM T !! I'm' I 4lH Dl l.'lllllHlllius 71 M Cboeelles Hi! PJ lie pii! CO llisilt mice ifi l) tuteiest (Hit) l.ll-'lillnu: L-f.l 13 I'alntliiK 'jii,t I'iIuIIiik: ami Htatioui'iy IT ,", VluinbhiK ."'I Hi I'iovIsIoiim 1,1.0 '7 .Medical saippllts ,Vil ,S7 llepalr and leiiewuls fi!J Ss SuikIciiI Hiipplles :;ill 'l Salailes, Htippihunnilgnl TUI1! Hulaijcs ninsrs port tr H.ilailos, i mployes l.lnl vJ Iteinodelltm oppuitlm; lonin ST! HO KelllodellllK moigllu 17J 00 Htm in wlndiiWH foi bulldliij; Us wl Kiel Hiring plant lor opeiatlm; looni 1.", OS .Mnklmr diltcway bit w I'm bhiB mid .sidewalk Mid liHlobtedntsy, Oct. ."1, 1PUI i.S7 J ' OiiNtandlnif oi'i.'is Oct ,:i, itnj .. huTj" 1H. Ill SI IlidebtediK us $ 171 CI Ninubei ot puflciilH heated dm lug tlio eui In-patients, Sill; out- patlontH, 7.' :,ss -KKlei?ato iiumbei' ot das p,i tleilts wcio suppoited dining tho M'a I 71 Tti Ammjkp tost ut mi h In-patient p.'l week . , $7'i"i!i-t0 Ateiae i est uf nut-pitleiil pei wet k II IN-I'ATIKXT.S. .Mcdlial Sill Kb al Cas(s ( 'imps. ItmiM lid l'i 17 lnipioed s J7 rnlinpioM'il A I I'iut in )o lteiiialnhis- I J i .'", ill l'alltlils illsch ngeil ihlllng the je.n: Iti-patlcntK 'i1 (Illt-pIltlelltS l'i Patients iniili'i lii.itinenL at the end ul the cai : lu-P itieiitH J7 out-patli nt- a :: uiisopitciis. Iti il e-iiiu., Iniiiiilliig biiildiiiKr. . J-'Uil nl Peisonal iiiopcitj' I Vi"i VI Itcspettfull stibinlllifl. -M. P. Xoiton Si ci Pint j. ( '.n bond tie. Pa., Nov. is, I'm.:. i. the uiulcislpni d anilitois, hive e aiiiiued the actiiiuits foi the C'uibondnk; lbisiilt.il association lot the e n ending Oi tobci .il, I'WJ .mil ipul tlioin coins t as aluiM' spl tm Hi II. P Illlike I W lliiiiiplurj S. It .Mills, Amlltois A VETERAN DEAD. William Scull, a Membei ot Davies' Post, Answeis the Last Roll-Call. William Henll died at ." o'clock Mon d.i nioinlin, at Ills late home. So. 31ti SV'ioud stiiH't. .leiiuyn. The iuneial lite-, .tie to begin at :: p. in., Wednes da. Plum the house the deceased will be talfii to the Methodist Kps p.il eliiiKb, .mil then sUt vices will be tonducted bj rtev. M. I). Fuller. Hy tlie dentil ol C'omiade Scull our local (liauil Ann post loses another membei who snw mm h service din ing tlie time lojal men .eie in aims toypiotett mil Hag. Ciiniiumider Mct'oinb leuuests all nitnibois ut U.nies' post to sliow their lespeti foi t'oininandc'r Scull b- al lending the limetal. ('unnades will meet at post mom ut I o'clock, and hy tiollcy they ulll gu to Jeiniyn. H was a leanest niiide by Poiniado Scull that old soidieis would act as an es i'oic and sei ve as pallhe.nei.i at his fuueinl. Deceased was a membei of Company K, IIIeeiuh Pounsylvanla cuuilij-. lie joined l)u ies' posl mer twenty jeais ago, and lived to see neatly seventy-two yeais. On Xov. 2S he was prostrated bv tho thiid siinke of paialvsls, io jis nun lied on Oct. it, IS'tl. to .Mis. lOll'alieth .Mm ton. i pilot ol Thomas .Mm ton, who suiives hint. Intel mont will lie in Jeiniyn temetei.v. NO TIME EOR FLAGGING. The Consequence Was a Disastious AVieck on the Eiie. ic'iaise the ciow on an Klie coal tialn had no lime to send out it ilag iniiii to watu an oncoming Pelawaie and Hudson tiain of similar make-up, ytsteulay morning, there was a bad mil-end tolllwiou neat tlie .N'oithuen ineaker. An Kile Haiti that was coming south cmssed over to gel out of Hie wny of fast passenger ttalu Xo, 1 on Hie Dcl .iwnto and Hudson noith-bouud. Tlio other title train that was behind did not havp time to soiul out a tlagman betnio the Deluwme and Hudson coal ttalu, with llngineer I.awiome Melvin, tame pulling tip tho hill, Melvln saw the cnbooj-e. ol tho tialn in fiont of hint, intt he could not stop, Seeing that a, i rash was Inevitable, hu jumped, and Just in time lo bo pie .sened fiom tleatli, perhaps, as the cab of IiIh engine, No. 29.', was torn olf when It ploughed into tlio Ihio train, and was practically demolished, Mejvin Mtstulned n painfully wiouchi'd shottlilcr, ScNt'itteon cats weio wrecked and ttalllc was IntPtitiptrd foi most of the day, OBITUARY. .IOI1X U. MALAY, of Ppper Canaan stteot, died jestt'tday minnlng at H.iiO o'clock after it two weeks' attack of tho gip Tho iiei eased was a nntHe ami life long icsldent of.ihls city. He was bom foity-ono cuts ago. For u lung time ho had been puiplojed at the "Wilson Puck mine nt tlie Dclawato nnd Hud sou i oinpauy. Mi. .Malay w.u a mem ber nl the Ancient Onlet of Hlbeiulans, and was held In tho highest esteem. He Is sutvUed by UH wile, six sous: Hd watd. David, William, Joseph, Daniel and John Malay, of this city, and four lnother.s, Daniel and Joseph, or this citj ; IMtt Ick, of Dunmorit, and Kd waid, of Michigan. CHHSTDR Al'STl.V, (he one jeai and four months old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oianvllle died yesteiduy morn ing after a Jnlet attack of measles. ANOTHER DEADLOCK. School Board Divided Over the Elec tion of Night School Teachers. Tlie Carbondale school boaid Is again deadlocked. But this is not a new ex perience In Its history. This time It Is oh the choice of a night school teacher. P. M. Drenniin and '1'homns W. Loftus ate the randlilatc?. ISnch has three votes. Tho board will meet again Sat urday to break the deadlock, If possi ble. The tliRt business transacted wits a motion inadp by Mr. Copeland for seven now fiiblnpts for tho mtinual ttalnlng idea. It was seconded by Mr. CIullu gher nnd tho cabinets were ordered from J. C, Downp, who was piesonl nt the meeting, The board then ngieed upon Ihu trees at No, 3 school. The question of starting night school wns then brought before the board. Tho directors agiccd to open the school next Monday evening In the Central building. The following teachers wete nomin ated for the position: Thomas W. Lof tus and Patrick M. Hrennnn. The vote was: Lottus Gallagher, and Vananj Utentnin I3vans, Coppland nnd Klr wln. As It takes four votes to select a teacher, the boaid adjourned till next S.i tin day evening. TEACHING TOO MUCH SAYS PROP. GR0. HULL Plain, Vlgoiotts Expression of Opin ion fiom One of the Faculty of Mil let svllle Normal School at Opening of Carbondale City Tenchers In stitute Yesterday Should Teach Less nnd Teach It Mote Thorough ly Fcntmes of the Flist Day of the Institute Other Talks by Miss Lauia Hagaity and Dr. Thompson. Happy chcumstanccs surtounded the opening session ot tho unnuul institute of ih C'atbondale tjlj school teacheis In the Cential school building etei day afternoon. Nutuie was exceeding ly kind In the splendid day Hint Invit ed one lo go alnoad and when the tciichtrs wete assembled they found de lightful envlumincnts in the le-dopor-ottd u utl lelitinlslied itsseinbly mom, Thougli tlie changes made since last jear weio not numeious, they were pleasingly effective, combining to make the meeting plate of the week attract ive and cosj', iheei I ul and lestful. Thei was the oustoiuat.v delay on the opening daj, so Hint it wns past Z o'clock when City Superintendent of Schools ninier II. (birr called the In stitute to in del. Pel Imps the talk of gi palest public inteiest and which stitick a popular ihoid, judging fiom the adveisp ciitlclsm generallj, was the last addiess of the session, by Prof. Ueoige Hull, ol the society of Jlilleis 11Ip State Xorni.il chool, Insttuctor of liuitlieinalics in that Instutlon. Pi of. Hull's subject was "Higher Mnthematlus," but befoie he entcted into Its discussion, he said, by way of piefacp. some pointed things about the met looked eiiiikulum of schools. "We are teaching entirely too much ai Ith metio and too much nnilhoinatlcs, pm tlculaily aiithmetlc. Il .sti Ikes me quite foiclltl.v that In some paits of our stale theie Is an endcavoi to deal out too much. And I would include for that ailthmetic and mathematics. It Is a sad lact Hint tlieie Is any notion that can gel a boy ready for life quicker than our own (ounliy. tv would seem to mo that a boy bote In C'atbondale with all tlie school advantages that he has, could be leady to take up life's battle as soon as n lad nbioad. But this is not so. Fuller tlie Itiitish flag the j'outh is ready for lite two jeais quicker than one of ouis. An analysis of study of tlie Fngllslt sj'stetn would lead to tlie conclusion that the best stiength of education is to teach a few things and teach them more thoioughlj-. The nivis-tei- of one subject gives tlie .phlt that leads to the masteij- of evety subject." Pi of. Hull then i elated a peisonal ex peiltnce that clcai lj' illustrated his point. After lp.ulng school, he decided to be a farmei, though he knew noth ing about fanning. Theie was nothing for him to sow but tin nip seeds and he sowed them in plenty. Soon lie had a bed of growing turnips. Adls-ers, who know about fanning, laughed at him and warned him that he would have no turnips unless he weeded out the crowded bed. He affected a supeilor knowledge nnd forbade tliprn to carry out theii pioposed weeding process. Wheni tlie tin nip harvest time came, Pi of. Hull said he found he had no turnips, but a bed full of half giown oils'!. This taught him a lesson: That he was sowing too much seed and leuping no haivesl. In evety school subject It is wisdom, lie declined, and it pays abundantly to find out the cntdinul, the fundamental pilnelples, and teach them lnitlitully and thoroughly. This wns the keynote of his talk, and he illus ti.ilcd the point by a number of es . unities, Pi of. Hull also paid a beautiful HilA ul" lo niotheis and incidentally gave a hint to these patents to attend the ses sions, width It would leitninly be lo llielr pioilt to act upon. "I do not see the best teat hers hmo today," he said, Theie was a ilppltt of exclamations, but Piof, Hull anticipat ed this "That may appear as einbaiiaslug, but still think you will agteo with me. I leter to the motheis of jour scholais, "Tho inotlur In the home Is the best teai licit'. The leason lor this Is thut she alone po-sesses the gient element of the teacher. The fundamental Idea fiv the gieat teacher Is tin, love of the pit-nt. Tlio history of tho woiid over and thiough all ages Is that the men with Hip blggpst hearts wpip the best teacheis. Co way back in history to tlio Miistiu. Hp was it stoat leaehei, becaiisp he loved his disciples. Thomas Arnold, at Ilugby, wns one of the gient est teachers, and why? Ilecnuse of his hue for ills pupils When they would leave him lo go to Oxford, ho would supply them each with a set of bonks," Thote weia other Intel estlng and vol ulile talks, preeeedlns that of Pi of, Hull, Miss J.auin I). Hagaity was the Hi. st speaker. Miss Hagaity comes tiom the tench pis' (milling school nt, Iluffalo, N. V and had the additional lecommeuda Hon of wide epeiieure in Intel state woik tluoughout the country. Pho up penis to have a good deal of reset o (nice, a pleasing aUo and a slticeie ad iliess that leaillb engaged tho teacheis' attention mid held their inteiest tluoughout. Miss Hiigmtj depleted language as a help to unfold the dllne that Is In tho child. It Is not only uecessaiy to tench the child how to lead, but It Is neces sary to teach him what to read. Vic ious llleiatiiro leceived u stiong con demnation fmm the speaker. Di Thompson, of Jeisey City, an author of text books on dtitwlng, gave an interesting Illustrated talk on ele mentary drawing. Tho institute will re-open at 9.S0 o'clock this forenoon. Tho programme of the two sessions is as follows: MORNIW 0.C-Miislo. SIII3 nSGAl'KD THE KNIFE. Ten Months of ence After Dreadful Suffering. Opouitlons me bctomlng u fad; evpry young man, as soon as he Is graduated rtotn n ineillchl college, considers him self capuble ot undertaking the most set lotts and complicated surgical work, nnd hundteds of lives ttic sucrlliccd iinntinlly to this mnd frenzy of Incom petent men, to tush Into wot It which should only be undertaken ns a hist lr boi t, nnd theiuonly by tho most exper ienced nnd careful surgeons. It Is n pleasure, In view of thce facts, to rend tho following letter from n woman who hns been saved fiom one of these dangerous opetatlons: "I know 1 should have infoimcd you long ago lcgarellng my case of piles nnd the good done me. nnd I believe I am cttied. Last December 1 sent for your book, f have never been bothered since then, nnd before I had suffered for the Inst eleven years, nnd nt the time I wrote I had given blilli to a child, nnd they panic down with the delivery of this child by tho handful. 1 could not get tliPtti back nnd I suffered everything; nnd the doctor sold nothing but nil op eration would over relieve he; but I lead of your remedy In our dully news paper nnd I told ' my husband to get me n box and I would give It a trial before consenting to the knife, and thanks bo to your wonderful medicine, r was saved fiom the operating table. "Kvery person suffering from piles that my husband and myself hear ot, we recommend your wonderful medi cine, I just used one $1.00 box of Pyi ti mid Ointment nnd two boxes of Pyra mid Pills, nnd I was, I hope, completely euied. If they ever show the slightest return I will certainly get some mote medicine, but I baldly think I will need any mote, for It will be a your the Sth dnj' of December since T had them and that makes ten months nnd past now. Thanking you again and wishing j-ou abundant success, I remain, Mis, S. Hodgson, 10i V. Htli street, Dps Moines, Iowa." Pyiamid Pile Cine Is sold bj- diug gists for fifty cents a package or will be mailed to nny address upon lecelpt ot pi lie, by Pyiamid Drug Co., Mar shall, Mich. Wilte this film for little book describing the cause and cine of piles. It. 10 Advanced Mathematics. Pi of. (Jeoigo Hull t" SO Dl awing lr. Thompson 11.00-Musle. 11.10 Dleinenliuj" Language, Miss Lam. i D. Hagaity APTCHNOON. 1 ,0-.M uslc. 1 ID Diaulng Dr. Thompson L' .0 Dlemcnlaiy Language, Miss Lama D. Hagaity .: 00 Music. .! lu Advanced Mathematics, Pi of. Oeoise Hull DVDXIXG. Mn) Otchcstra. S 10 Vocal Solo Miss Rpglni McCabo S Pi-Lecture, " Tlio Man of Galilee." lion. Geoi go It. Wendlluj AN ENJOYABLE CONCERT. Brockwny Jubilee Singeis Enteitain n Big Audience. The fiiockuny, or Slnyton Jubilee singeis entertained an immense audi ence at the Grand last night. It was the flist number In the Institute couise and was highly satlsfactoij'. There weie seven coloied singeis, four male and tin op female. They hud a ptogramine that was vaiied enough. They sang camp meeting songs, lag-lime selections nnd gae imitations of chiming bolls, twlng twanging ot banjos, and the like, that gteatlj' pleased ami won enthusiastic applause. Theie was consldetnbie comedy sandwiched In with the sing ing. The audience might have sat for seetal houis longer would the cndtti ante of the colored folks permit. They certainly had good nntute enough. Tonight Hon. George IS. Wendling, it lecturer of national reputation, will offer a ticat to the pations of tin couise. AMUSEMENTS. Tunes to Whistle. "Tlie Chaperons," which will be at the Giantl Fiiday night, Is famous for its catchy songs. Theie is "Sambo," Hva T.inguay's inimitable coon song, "A Gentle Touch," in which Trlxle Fil ganzu joins; "The Little Maid Who Couldn't .Say No," simg by sweet Sally Fishei : Walter Jones' side-splitting ditty, "Somehow It Made Me Think of Home," nnd ntimbets of otheis; but of all the songs pet haps the one that has most neaily reached the fleeting lm moitality of the stieet ballad Is the solo and chotus, "We'ic All Good Fellows." It was whistled and hummed last sea son wherever the play was given, and It is equally pievalent now. A Fine Exhibit. MI.-S Delia Ohumaid's china exhibit at the home of her sister, Mis,. A. L. Pattdsou, on Lincoln avenue, atttacted a host of loveis of this m tlsUcalJy dpct or.itcd wate jestcrday. The exhibit Is a lam one and stiongly appeals to nd mhets of the decorative art. Jt will lie continued thiough today. To those lutei csted. it cordial invitation Is ex tended. PERSONAL MENTION. John Hi own, of F.tllbiook stieet, a Cmhomlalc young man, who has won tapld piomotlon In the field sei Ico of tlio Intel national Coriespoudenco schools, now an Inspector, left yester day for Geotgla, ufter u few clays' visit ut hlh home In this citj. Attorney Ciaidnet, of Finest City, was a Cmlioudalo visitor yesteidaj-. Mi, and Mir, C. L. Whitney announce tho engagement of their daughter, Mhs P.lnnchu Livingstone, to Mnuilce Thacher Chun It, of Caiboudnle, Pa, Wnjno independent. MiiutliQ T, Chut ih left jesteidny for Cuinbeilnnd, Mil,, to iisstiuiti tho supet Jntfildewy nt the Klots' IlioHieis' mill theie (o which he was piomoted n week ago, ,j eh ai yy MAyruDLrD. Wllll.uu Scull, a lesltlent of Second stieet and it man well known through out the vicinity, died nt 5 o'clock es letday morning of npoplexj Deceased was first stilcken on July ), pisVious to which he enjoyed exceedingly good health. He was biuu lu Scott township sev enty yenis ngi), wheiu he leslded until about fifteen yeais ago, when he came to this borough, He served with Iho nievonth Pennsylvania eivwilry throughout the civil war and the only Injmy he sustained was on the morn ing of Lee's sunender, when he was tluown from his hoite. He was a man well liked and esteemed bj' (he people of Jeimyn and is survived y his wife, Tho funeral airnngemonts hud not been completed nt the time of writing. A shanty on the culm dump behind XXttttlGQQWSZXmOttiWm Connolly & Wallace 5cranton's Shopping: Center mn. You may copy the 'methods of a 5tore its advertisements, per haps its goods but you can never steal its spirit. The copy is like a photograph of nature without color lifeless. Fin? feinens From the littlest, baud-embroidered doylies for ijc, up to tbat wonderfully embroidered and drawn-work bedspread for 70.00, there are gifts of every degree in the Linen Department, and from nearly every country in the world. Sometimes two and three countries combine to make a siugle piece, for the lace will be made iu Switzerlaud and taken to Saxony, and there it will be put on finely drawn linen done only as the Germans kuow bow while the linen which they draw comes from Ireland. ' Plain linens, all for use, aud art linens, half for baauty, are gathered here in great quantities now for your inspection. g Neck Furs In early days people who sold litlle about them their customers less. Furs that never grew on an animal's back found their way into market. We helped to change these sad conditions; first, by insisting upon knowing all about the Furs we handle; and, second, by giving that knowledge freely to our customers. Every Fur in the store is sold for just what it is. Jouvin Gloves, $!-50 Are made for us in Grenoble from our own designs and patterns it would be strange if with such care they weren't liner than any other $1.50 Glove. The skins come from animals raised and cared for in France not from wild goats brought to France fiom all parts of the globe to be dressed and then called French skins. All the newest colors, black and white. Glace or suede, overseams, three clasps. Glace or suede, pique sewn, two clasps. H HouseCoats fffor Men V The most comfortable are ot soft wool cloths. ft Nowadays they are mostly two-tone plain CJ color one side and plaid the other; a few years 55 ago they were the same plaid through and 5 through. The two-tone idea gives the designer JJ a better chance to work, and the coats are licher S and cozier-looking than they ever were. S5 The cloth is better. this year, too, and the Ma making is better we never had as good house coats as we have this yeai. The $5 coats are really so good that we Jfi wont have enough to last till Christmas you'd V pay $6 for the same coat at other stores. I Connolly & Wallace 123 - 125 0. teas Koog5ss?ggKsKMg50gMginnun tlio Delawaie anil Hudson eollieiy w.ts ilestiovetl by Hie .it o'clock laht eve-n-lujr. The lilastc c'.mxeil conhldei.ifole o. clte'inent for it tew moments as, many weie of the opinion the bie.iltoi- was on 'i'iio employes of tliu De-lawaio anil Iluilfim collleiy will lecoho their pay feu- tho s-ecoml halt of November next Kiiilay afternoon. Julian Do (inuv has icnteil the store ne.s-t door to the po-itolllce, foimeiU jenteil hy Mini Mulhollnnil anil In it few clays will open up .1 tempeianeovstau r.int and ojster hay. Alftt'd Heo.Mj was ai'iiulttfd of the M.'i lout, ehfilRe upon which he was iilie.it eil Bumliiy. Tho money which It was tliouKht had, been btolen lw InK t-imply been ruWaW and was found a Hlioit tlmo af let tho inuiR: man w.is iiiies-tea, QLYl'HANT. Patilclv Kadilen, asd 0 cnus-. was tutully Injuied l' a tall of top coal while at wotU at tho Wirt's 13t sliurt nt' the Delawuie and HudbOii company nt about JO o'cloclc fxteulny momlns,'. The yoiinu in.111'1. occupation wa u miner and was In th I 'f tuUluu down the coal wliun, without winnlm;, ,t Lit en uuiuitlty of It iell ci uniting Hint ho badly thnt he expired at '.so last iiiKht. He was ,i member oj the Fath er M.ithew and the llolv Name fco cietits He was a jouiib mnn f many nolilo tr.ilt-s "f (lt.u after and was ad- .,.i .mil lnloved bv III.-, iihnoelalOF, all of whom will hlncuiub mount his sail demise. Holdes his mot net ne is burvled by thiee hi others nnd ono bister. John, Thomas. .Matthew and An Old nml Well-Tried Remedy, sins. WINSWm"1 Bucmil.NCi hvju i forehiUlreii tctthlus, H Um puwili'tion uf one of tho bot female imyliluiiH ami mil sea lu tlio I'lilted States, ami has been used al.Nty eaid wltli lieei-fullliit; sue cess by millions ot mothers foi tlieli chil dren. Duilne Iho piocess of teething its vuluo U Inculcillablo. It lelleves tho child fiom pain, cut en ill.n iliuoa, gilplns In tlio bowels, unci wind colic. Hy giliis lienlth to tljo child It icsts tlio motlic'i. l'i Ice, twrutv-liw tents a bottle rtirs knew Knew even Chiistmas rush uroiaerv in tne Some with corner embroidery. All at oc each or $1.00 a dozan. Silk Waists "Christmas 's - 12M29 Washington Ave. AKiies Kuldeii The funei.il aitniiKe nients have not yet been made Mr. and Sli". T. .1, I'.ui-ons cntei' talncd Hie incmbeis of the AVhM cliili at their resldeiu'o in JilaKely labt cen Ihb:. Scvei.il iiiti'ieRtiiiK itamiH wetn plaed, and at 11 o'cloc It ,i dclitiotia luncheon was aeived. Tito (Heiiliifj was most eiijoyably spt'iit by the company. Tho Yoiiutr .Men's T. A. U. society will meet ut Pa titer lutliew Iiall tills evening to take action on tlio deatlt ot P.ittlelt railden. Jiy onln of M. ,f l..tau, jilt Iilfiil : .l. .1. d'llalc, hec- U'lttlV. Tlio 1, idles of the t'onRitnatlon,il cliiueh an; piep.uiiiK loi a boclal and cnlci taltuiH'iit width will bo heliT lu that eilllku .Monday (.xciiIiik, Dec. h. A Kieat ilosluh-out salu ot tho iiiin maito stock lu tlie Hull hiilldlnx on Main bticet, lllakely, will lalto place today. "1 tip Van "Wlnl.k" was iue?-eiilcil liy Aldcli IScliedlel, ntppcn ted by an c. celkut lompiuy. at llic Katln r Mnth.-w Opera houto lii.it i'enlnt,. A IniK" au illenie enjoved llic pei lormanc t . .Many fiom heie attended the opm IliH of Huberts Hinlheis' ilcpaitmcut btme ut IVckWlle ehtt'iility. Pi of. l, ('. Peuser, of Htianton, called on 1 1 lends heie on Satuiilay, .Mr. and .Mis, Ii P. .laniis, of Ulnke 1, hae letutiied homo after siicncling a row ikns wlili AVHKch-Haiie It lends. Mis. A. r. Miuon, of Jeimyn, t-pent jcbtBiday wltli ulatli'S lu town M!.s I.mIIu Hvaus, ol WIIKes-ljaite, lr, vibitliiK Mib.s 1,'muia .limes of lilaKe lv. l.co Lmli i.tiiineil in .lohn Hopkins' iinleiblly, Italllmole, )tbieid.ty utter ,i weck'.s holiday nt lilh homo heie. AVIIIIam .Mosley, of Tlcr Valley, who was taken sitdilcul ill labt Tlutibd.iy, has been leiinned to tho hondtal at Srl.llHUII, AitCHHALD. MUs Annlo McAndrow, ot AVIIkeb Uatic, Is vhltlns lehitlves in town. Miss Hattlo Holmes, of Koiost t-'lty, IS NibltillK lolatUcK lu towr When it comes to the Christ mas crush, some people buy any thing they can get hold of. That's all right if they shop at a store where they can't get hold of trash. Handkerchiefs f Feel very important now that tho holidays jjjf are really in sight. l hose wivo are Wise will choose while the stock is at its best, before the begins. !l 9c Women's Hemstitched and Embroidered nm naiiuitercnic'is. u Others hemstitched, a tiny tuck above, em- J corner. v just hemstitching and a bit of&v Waists," because they'ra the Jf kind every woman likes to get as a gift. Louisine, peau de soie, moire and taffeta in all the dainty colors, made up in many pretty styles. Handkerchiefs (Arcade) The variety is bigger, the quality Is better, the sizes are larger and that's the thing that counts most with a man after all. Every sort of Handkerchief ho could uso in a lifetime. Plain Hemstitched, 10c to 50c each. Plain Hemmed, 5c to 40c each. Initial Handkerchiefs, 25c, 50c, 68c. Plain Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c to $1.00. 0. Tho funeial of tlio lato John Ollroy was held on Sunday afternoon and was lamely attended. MNs Mess Callaway has lcturneil tiom ii IMt Willi lekttlves in Scran ton. Misses JobIo ailllBau and l-lzzlo Ool lliib, of Jeimyn, were calleis In town Httiulay. Miss Coia Miller, of Cmbondnlc, Is visiting in town. Misses Heitlia and Uinma. Davis find Floientu Jones, of Cailiondale, weio calleis in town Sunday afternoon. P. AV. .Sweeney, ot Philadelphia, is vMthiK ills mother on Main stieet. PECKVILLE. Tim openiui,' of P.obeits Htos laig new btoio jcsteuluy atteiiioon was a luiifu succcbb. Tlio manimoth stoic wii crowded lo tlio door with people liiim lVfklllo and Ulnlty. A band of iniule was pifbcnt and cllbcoursed musk' dmliih' the nitcrnoon and oven liit?. ' v .1, II. Callender retmned yesieulay fiom Woui'Stei, N. Y wheto ho has been lbllimt Ills daUKhler, Mis, V, ,1, UllCbt. Piide id Oik-lit eliapter. Older of nuclei n Siai, will meet at Odd Fel lows' hull till ixenlmr. All uiembeia aie itclie.sti'd to be ptebeilt. UntKKlst V. S. liloes has opened up his new dut sloie litiildlnt; to tho public The stoic) Is one of the finest appeal int; and best equipped In the county The structure s oeiialuly ,i I'ledll In Hie town and to .Mi. Woes' liiogi'ii'idvoiieoi.i See the Cut Man. WfcttUo nnd attiactivo half-toiua unci lino cuts for card, atHertlsInt; or any other purpose, ran be secuted ut Tho Tribune oillce. Wo do work that Is uneNcelk-d, do it piomptly unci n( lowest lutes. A ti lal nuler ll ton J"