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l1Ht3 SCltAMON TRIBUNE SATURDAY, DECEMBJtM 27,
fipeclal to the Scranton Tribune.
Thompson, Dec. 20. J. D. Miller, esu.,
nnd Hon, Allun D., tiro III New York
tilty thlH week.
Miss Stella Hownrd, who Is spending
porno time lit Blnghninton this winter,
la lit home with her pureiilB, Mr. unci
Mrs. It. V. Howard, Tor her Christmas
vacation; nnd will take hi the intisleitlo
next week as n. prominent artist.
Sirs. N. S. Foster spent Christmas
with her son, Station Agent Arthur
roster, nt. TJnloiutulc.
Mr. nnd Mrs. lttty Clelntt. of Scrun
ton, flpent Christmas with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gelnlt, returning
Mrs. Myles KenyO.i, of Leonurdsvllle.
IN. Y Is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd
'Mrs. Thomas AVnlkor, during the holl
tlnys. Rev. AV. II. Trench and family en
)oyod the Christmas ireii and the pro
.urnmrno Christmas ova with his people
in the Freu Baptist church at Lake
Mr. and .Mrs. George Gelntt, of Scrnn
ton, spent Christmas with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. . V. Spencer.
Burgess nnd Mrs. 12. C. Lnyton and
ilnuizhter. Hazel, spent their Christmas
with the people ho preaches for, a$.
Calvin Palmater, an aged resident of
Golan, died there Wednesday morning.
The funeral will be held at the Cieiatt
cihnrch tomorrow ntll o'clork. A num
ber of his relatives live here and will
attend the funeral.
Mrs. Frances Deniitrny is visiting her
brother, John Leonard, at Poyntelle.
Thursday morning as Coran Davis,
of Starrucca, aged 1! years, attempted
to board a moving train at that place
he was thrown under the car and his
left leg was crushed below the knee.
Kric Surgeon AV. AV. McNamarn, of this
place, was called, who amputated the
limb above the knee. Dr. Downton, of
this place, and r.ther physicians assist
ed in the opoi Hon. The young man Is
doing well at this writing.
Mrs. Leach, who lives next to the
graded sohool grounds, full on the slip
pery walk in her back yard, yesterday
morning, and dislocated her shoulder.
Dr. McNlinmra was called to attend
P. It. St. John, for u long time a.
Jeweler in this place, but now of Bing-
hamton, greeted his old friends for a
little time and then -took the morning
flyer for Blnghninton.
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will hold its regular public meet
ing in the Methodist Episcopal church
Sabbath evening. The speaker will tell:
"Where We Are at, in the Temper
ance Reform." Mrs. Bass will speak in
the morning on the work done by the
Woman's Home Missionary society.
Mr. and Mrs. William Van Horn gave
a Christmas dinner to his mother and
to her children and their ramilies, yes
terday. One . of the touching incidents of
Christmas morning was that of two
sisters going through the snow to the
grave of their sister and hanging on
her monument u. beautiful wreath of
Walter Davis, of Iowa, is visiting his
aunt, Mrs. Lottie Potter, for a few
Special to the Scrauton Tribune.
New Mllford, Dec. 26. Miss Henrietta
Haydon, Miss Maine Grlnnell, Charles
Benjamin and K. AV. Morgan attended
a dance at Nicholson, Thursday even
ing. Joseph Dale, who is employed in
Bliighnntton, spent Christmas with IiIb
Sir. and Mrs. Charles Ainey, of Mont
rose, were guests at the residence, of
Dr. D. C. Alney this week.
Miss Kate Quill is visiting Nicholson
J. M. A'alls and daughter. Ruth, spent
Christmas with Harford relatives'.
Mrs. Arthur Hawley, who has been
seriously ill, Is Improving.
Mr. a.nd Mrs. Eert Smith and sons,
Grant and BoAVIght, of Lestcrshire,
were visitors In town this week.
Miss Sarah O'Brien, of Susquehanna,
is spending the holidays with her parents.-
Miss Julia Bingham spent Monday In
Christmas services were conducted at
the Methodist nnd Baptist churches on
Wednesday evening, and nt the Presby
terian and Episcopal churches Thurs
The ladles of the Baptist church will
hold their annual New Year's chicken
pie dinner at the church on Thursday.
Miss Bertlce Carpenter, of Keystone
academy; Miss Rachel Brimdage, of
Kingston; Ralph Shields, of Bucknell
university, and Floyd Colcmun, of Kl
mhu Business college, nro spending the
holidays at. home.
The funeral services of Mrs. Eliza
beth Doud, who died on Sunday at the
home of her brother, R.- M, Hull, were
conducted from the Baptist church on
Tuesday by Rev. I, D, Mallery.
The holy communion will be ct-Ie-braled
at St. Mark's church on Sunday
nt 10.30 by Rev. Ashmead.
Mrs. Hugh MoDulTy entertained rela
tives from Blughnintou, Thursdny.
J. V. Axtell will .conduct tho services
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
Miss Maggie Hayden, of Blnghnmton,
is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs,
Special tu tho Scranton Tribune.
Hopbottom, Dee. 20. Mrs. M. M.
Bell and Miss Mae Muloney are spend
ing tho week with Scranton friends,
Mrs. B. D, Bell and sons, of Nichol
son and Mr. J. M. Jeffers and daughter
Bernlce, of Montrose, visiter Mrs. O,
D, Roberts, the first of the week.
Mr. Lyman Kelluin of Blrdsborough,
Pa., la visiting his parents, Mr, and
Mrs. C, H. Kelluni.
Mis, Tom Allen and daughter, Hor
tense, of Montrose, uro guests of J, H.
Miss Bessie Tiffany nnd brother
How to Avoid the Dnngers of a Cold.
Everyone must realize tho dangers
attending a severe cold, und that It Is
always prudent to remain In-doors un
til the danger Is passed. Many, how
ever, do not feel able to lose tho time
and will be Interested In knowing thut
a severe cold may be broken up and
all dunger avoided by tliu prompt use
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
not only cures, but cures quickly and
counteracts any tendency ioward pneu
monia. For sale by all druggist
Deane of Keuka college nrc spending
their Chrlstums vucutltm with their
father at this place,
Mr. l' A. Wrlgley and family of Fac
toryvllle, spent Thursday with AV. A.
Misses Ethel nnd Selah Sterling wero
cullers In town AVednesdny.
Tho Unlversullst Aid will meet with
Mrs. O. 13. Roberts AVediiesday, Jan. 14,
Miss Myr.a Jackson spent Christmas
Cards arc out for tho marriage of
Miss Innla. Dunbar nnd Bcv. Lestor
Lewis, to take place In New York on
January 14, 1903,
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdiile, Dec. 2C AVediiesday, Doc.
31, the Kile will run an excursion to
New York; fare from Honesdnle, $2,00;
good for return January 2.
Members of Company 13 audi tho
high school team conducted a game of
basnet ball in tho armory Friday even
ing. Mr. John Carroll Is spending a few
days In New York city.
If some charltuble inclined Individ
ual would provide ash boxes for tho
people who uro dally dumping ashes on
the principal streets of Honesdnle, they
would receive the commendation of tho
The AVIlls Bros.' Musical Comedy
company pleased a large audience In
the opera house Friday night. To-night
Saturday, they will present "Two Old
Cronies," with a change of programme.
Miss Harriot S. Sutton is In AVnshlng
ton, D. C, where she will spend some
time with relatives.
Auditor General K. B. Hardenberg is
a candidate for tho nomination of
State Treasurer for the next term.
The Knights of Columbus and lady
frieds enjoyed a social dance In Music
Hall Friday evening.
Miss Alice Burns, of Scranton is the
guest of Dr. and airs. Ed W. Burns.
The Christmas holidays has brought
unusual activity to Honesdale. It has
been a general home coming. On every
side may bo seen the bright and happy
faces of the students and aUiers who
are at home on this festive occasion.
The sleighing Is splendid and -small
parties and family gatherings arc nu
merous. Thursday, Miss Rebecca
Thompson gave a dinner at her home,
and on Monday evening, Miss Edith
Torrey will give a dance in Music hall,
both are given In honor of their out-of-town
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Pittston, Dec. 26. The Heidelberg col
liery, No. 2. of the Lehigh A'nlley Coal
Co., has been idle for the past week,
owing to a Hooding of surface water.
Owing to inadequate steam facilities
the water had been steadily gaining on
the employes, but the severe cold
weather of the past two days put a
check to the flow, and the officials ex
pect to have the colliery In working or
der within a day or two.
AA'ost Pittston Hose company has re
ceived an invitation from an Allen
town company to be their guests at the
JusL before he reached the ragged,
whitewashed fence that ran around the
apple orchard Danvers paused nnd
diew from his pocket a small oval
framed picture. For a second he
smiled regretfully at tho dninty, brune
face that laughed up into his eyes.
Then with sudden petulance ho thrust
tho miniature into his breast and
strode rapidly toward the small re
volving gate, through that and on
among tho low-houghed autumn ap
ples. A seven days' voyage, composed
chiefly of mal do mcr and a rain
slopped deck, had not served to
stimulato the flagging spirits that had
commenced their downward course on
the duy before he left Heidelberg.
Three years ngo he had told Dolly
Pemberton good-bye and gone forth to
win fame and wealth that ho might
lay them nt tho feet of his lady-love.
How different this to the pictured
Then no piquant face lyith bobbing
pulses hurried him on with out
stretched arms as of old.
"Poor little Dolly," ho mused pity
ingly. "It Is but the remnant of a
heart that I bring back to you, but"
he choked down a rebellious knot in his
throat "the girl who has given me
her trust and and love must never
know what a a cad I have been." Ho
stole a final look at the pictured faco
over his heart and set his lips to tho
Where tho patch branched ho
slopped for a moment under a wide
spreading russet and, pulling off his
hat, brushed back tho thick mop or
brown hair that clung to his forehead.
On the grass at his feet a few over
rlpo apples gleamed gold in tho dapple
Danvers stooped nnd picked up one,
biting into it reflectively with his
strong, whlto teeth,
He started and glanced about him;
then up at frult-welghted limbs.
"Dolly!" ho exclaimed, and dropped
"A quite unexpected pleasure," said
she, smiling nt him through the red
dening leaves. "AVon't you come up?"
"I meant to surprise you," returned
he, swinging himself to an opposite
branch, "and I'm glad you call it a
pleasure. It is my li rat vacation In a
good many moons."
"When did you arrive?" asked Dolly,
"and who drove you out?"
"I reached Chicago last night and
walked out this morning."
"Walked eight miles?"
"Of course; It was worth while, don't
you think so?" ho replied significantly.
"You were very slly," was her com
ment, "Besides, how did you know"
She, broke off, a trlllo embarrassed and
toyed wltl the end of her tlo.
"That you were here Oh, I found
that out, be sure. However"
"Of courso," she broke in hurriedly,
"I nm always here, nearly,"
Danvers stared ut her curiously. Did
she care so very much, then?
'Had I known that," he said slowly,
"I should have come last night "
State Firemen's convention, which will
bo held their next year.
The sportsmen of East nnd West
Pittston arc considering seriously the
matter of organizing a Bim club here.
Although nothing deflnltt has been
done by tho way of organizing, those
who nro Interested have scoured tin op
tion for a lease on a pleco of Lehigh
Valley ground near the AVcst Pittston
fair grounds, tin Ideal spot for shoot-
I. ..!. rtt. . I .. i ID m hmI Ail nit r
mg niaiciies. inu jmuu il ramuu ui,
Is to have a inaugatrap placed In per
manent position on tno new.
Cornelius Odoll, of Upper Pittston,
nnd Miss Mary Heal, of Oregon
Heights, were united In marriage AVed
iiesday at twelve o'clock In tho Metho
dist Protestant church by the pastor,
Rev. DoForest. Only n small company
of relatives wero. In attendance. Tho
bride was attended by Miss Eva Hos
encrance, und Jesse Wilson noted as
best man. They will reside with the
Jesse B. Phillips, a well known young
man of thin city, and Miss Harriet
Evans, of Taylor, were united In mar
riage Christmas eve at tho Methodist
parsonage at Cnmptown, Bradford
county, by the groom's brother-in-law,
Rev. Carl Councilman. The newly
wedded couple will make their home
with tho groom's mother on Broad
Btreet, this city.
Rev. O. L. Severson, pastor of tho
AVest Side M. E. church, nnd his wife,
wero handsomely remembered by the
members of tho congregation yester
day. Tho former was given a beautiful
gold watch nnd chain and Mrs. Sev
erson was presented with a beautiful
At a Christmas celebration at the
Boston settlement yesterday oftornoon
a free for all fight took place. One of
tho young ladies in attendance came to
the rescue of hor gentleman friend, and
drawing a revolver alio shot his nssall
ant in tho chock. The wound is not
WILL- IT COME TO THISP
Will the College Man be Driven to
From tho New York Moll nnd Express.
"My furnaceman reads Greek, my
housecleanlng Is done by a student of
philosophy, and you should hear the
young fellow who washes our dishes
and waits on the table discuss econom
ic theories with my husband. I'm
afraid I'll have to get rid of them, as
Mr. Jones la rapidly becoming scientific
in his tendencies. However, they tell
me ut Columbia university that they
can supply a student to do this work
who Is a believer In trusts, but I will
have to pay him higher wages."
This conversation as yet is purely
imaginary, but It is not at all an im
possibility of the future in the conver
sation of women who have the manage
ment of homes in New York. The sit
uation In a nutshell la this: A number
of Columbia students who must earn
their way through college have found
ordinary business and scholastic schools
over supplied with men and are deter
mined to seek employment in other
lines. They have volunteered, there
fore, to accept employment at house
work of various sorts, and in between
their study of chemistry, languages,
mathematics .and literature will attend
to furnaces, clean house, serve at table,
wash dishes, care for horses or do odd
jobs uround the house. Apparently
they are believers In the theory that the
man dlgnilles the work, and that a
trained mind will be of value In ordin
ary pursuits as well as in letters and
sclentflc employment. As a result,
therefore, a number of families will bo
able to have men of ambition and edu
cation discharging various duties about
the hearth, or rather the heating plant,
and the Other
"I'm very glad you didn't," said
Dolly, "Jf you mean that you would
"Love laughs nt vehicles," lie put in
quickly, hating himself.
"Oh, love!" She laughsd a little odd
ly nnd looked off. Then, after a mo
men, "I though it was locksmiths."
She spoke absently, her face still
"At anything that stands In Its way,"
Danvers pursued with deepening eyes.
Something subtle, and half-remembered
stirred in his heart, and he felt a queer
flush rise to his temples. True, he was
but acting a part, but the part was
all at oncestrangely real to him.
"In all those years," said he, "you
did not write."
"Still, that was agreed upon."
"Yes," he admitted, with a slow
smile, "but I thought perhaps "
"Yes," sho mimicked, "and I thought
perhaps maybo.' '
"You are different," said Danvers in
a sulky voice, "from the girl I left be
hind." Ho had hoped that she would rnlly
him on his delinquencies anything but
this flippant unconcern. A new light
glimmered on the situation, and the
girl In the picture dimmed suddenly as
he looked at the living girl who had
been the first to stir his heart.
Dolly surprised his odd look-, and
her. cheeks plnkened.
"AVhat was it?" she asked, smiling.
"I was Just wondering," ho replied,
"Forgotten old friends? Certainly
not. Do you think mo a heartless In
grate?" she inquired, dimpling. After
n second'B silence she clasped her
hands at the back of her head, laugh
ing merrily In the old way she had
thut he remembered so well.
Danvers grew hot and discomfited
and bit his lip In quick vexation. Dolly
pining for htm nnd laying her heart
and thoughts on tho altar of his love,
while another's woman's faco en
shrined his own, was a very different
matter from Dolly casting his ad
vances nnd protestations back In his
teeth in this frivolous style.
He had come home on his vacation
with the express determination of act
ing the part of an honorable gentle
man ho thought bitterly, and sacrificing
tils own dearest hopes to grim duty,
III reality he had come to Jiavo the
veil torn from ills eyes and to learn
that lift) held but one possibility of
happiness for him Dolly.
She loved him of course, but with
characteristic coquetry was determined
tu make him suffer a little before the
"Darling," he began eagerly, throw
ing aside all rein, his hands out
stretched to her, "you"
A step cracked on the dry twig un
der a neighboring treo, and Danvers
muttered something ungraceful under
"It's Just Jack," explained Dolly, with
an inscrutable little smile.' "Jack is
my husband, you know." Louisville
Continued from Pago 3.)
Pasosllt Away"! evening, "At Sundown."
Sunday school nt tho closo of tho morning
North Main Avenuo JJnptl.it Church
Rov. Albert llatchor Smith, pastor. 10.30
tt. in., "Success In 1903." 7.S0 1). m., "A
Groatcr Than Solomon," A continuation
of a sortcs on Solomon and tho Book of
Eccleslastcs. Mrs. liny Smith will Blng
at tho evening sorvlco. Tho annual roll
call nnd soclnblo will bo held in tho Tub
ornablo on Friday evening, January 2.
Any members of tho church who cannot
bo present will kindly respond by loiter.
Service at Chinchilla mission nt 3.30.
First AVelsll Baptist Church-RoV. D. D.
Hopkins, pastor, will preach tomorrow
morning nt 10 lit English, and after tho
sermon candidate;-! for membership will
bo baptized. In tho evening ut S tho sor
vlco will bo conducted In tho AVelsh lan
guage. Tho Sunday school will bo hold
In tho church parlors, Fourth ward und
Bryn Mawr streot. Ocnoral Superinten
dent, Brother I. D. Phillips.
First AVelsh Baptist Church, AVest Mar
ket streot. Rov. J. V. Davis, pastor. Or
der of sot-vices on Sunday next; 10 n. tu.,
Bei'iiion by tho pastor, following which
the ordinance of baptism will bo admin
istered. 2 p. m Sunday school; C p. in.,
sermon by tho pastor, following which
tho Lord's suppor will bo colobrnted. Tho
evening scrvlco will bo conducted In Eng
lish. All nro wolcomo. Seats free.
Memorial Baptist Church, Church avo
nuo Pastor, Rev. AV. F. Davles. Ser
vices tomorrow nt tho usual hours. AVelsh
In tho morning and English In tho even
ing. Tho pastor will preach In tho even
ing a New Year's greotlng sermon. Blblo
school at 2 p. m. Prayer mooting Mon
day evening. Young People's meeting
Tuesday evening nnd class meeting
Thursdny evening. Communion after tho
evening sermotiSuuday. Scats free. Alt
Tho Second Presbyterian church, Jeffer
son avenuo, between Mulberry nnd A'lno
streets Joseph H. Odell, pastor. Morn
ing worship, 10.00 a. m.; Sunday school,
12 in.; Young People's Society Christian
Endeavor, 6.30 p. in.; evening worship,
7,30 p. m., subject; "Chance." ' Rev.
Joseph II. Odoll will preach at both ser
vices. Green Ridge Presbyterian church Rov.
Isaac J. Lansing, pastor; Rev. L. R. Fos
ter, assistant, morning service at 10.30.
Sacrament of tho Lord's supper will be
ndinliiistored nt this time. Rev. N. G.
Parks. D. D will ofllclato. Bible school
at 12 o'clock; Mr. Robert Wilson addresses
tho Men's Blblo class. Even' sorvlco
at 7.30. Christmas music will' 'repeated,
in part, at this service.
Provldeneo Presbyterian church Rov.
John P. Moftat, D. D., of Washburn
Street church, will occupy tho pulpit at
10.30 n. m., in exchange with tho pastor.
Sunday school at 32 o'clock; Endeavor
service, 0.33 o'clock; evening service, with
sermon by tho pastor, Dr. Guild, at 7.20
Sumner Avenuo Presbyterian church,
corner Sumner avenuo and Prieo street.
Services tomorrow as follows: In tho
morning at 10.30 o'clock. Sabbath school
at 2 p. m. ; evening service at 6 o'clock.
Rov. Henry Nye will occupy tho pulpit.
Seats free. All welcome.
AVnshburn Street Presbyterian church
Rev. John P. Moffat. D. D pastor. Ser
vices at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. in.: Blblo
school at 12 m; Christian Endeavo; at
3.30 p. m.; Christian Endeavor, Young
People, at 0.20 p. ni.; prayer meeting,
AVednesdny, 7.30 p. m. Tho Christmas
music of last Sunday wilt bo repeated.
An additional number In tho morning
will bo added a duet by Mr. Gippel and
Mrs. Heckel. JIIss Stackhouse and Mrs.
Heckel will be present at both services.
Tho pastor will exchange with the Rov.
Dr. Guild at the morning service. AH
Adams Avonuo chapel, Now York street
Tho men's prayer meeting will bo held
nt 9.13 a. m. Rov. James Hughes will
preach at 10.30 n. m. nnd at 7.30 p. m.
Tho themes for tho closing year will bo:
"Tho Irrevocable Fast" and "Man's Llfo
an Inscription On a Cross." Sunday school
nt 3 o'clock; Christian Endeavor at fi.30.
Tho chapel choir will render some Christ
mas music. All heartily welcome to at
tend theso services.
Saint Luke's parish Rev. Rogers Israel,
D. D lector; Rov. Edward John Hough
ton, senior curate; Rov. Robert Ewell
Roc, junior curate. Sunday after Christ
mas and Holy Innocents' day.
Saint Luko'H church 7.30 a. m., holy
communion; 10.30 a. m., morning prayer,
nnd sermon; 7.30 p. in., ovi-nlng prayer
and sermon; 9.1", a. in., Sunday school
and Blblo classes.
Saint Mark's, Dunmorc S.OO a. m., holy
communion; 10.30 a. m., morning prayer
and sermon; 7.30 p. m., evening prayer
and nomom 3.00 p. m., Sunday school
nnd Bible classes.
East End mission, Prcscott nvenue
3.30 p. m., Sunday school and Bible
classes; 7.30 p. m evening prayer nnd
South Sido mission. Fig street 2.30 p.
in.. Sunday school nnd blblo classes.
Saint George's, Olyphant 2.30 p. m.,
Sunday school nnd Bible classes; 3.30 p.
in,, evening prayer and sermon.
Saint James, Nicholson 10.30 a. in.,
morning prayer and, sermon; 9.13 a. m.,
St. David's Church Rev, Edward
James McIIonry, rector. Celebration of
Holy Eucharist, 7.30 and 10.30 n. m.;
evensong, 7.30 p. m. Sunday school, 12 m.
Christmas music will bo repeated. Tho
mlslson Sunday school will bo held In old
No, 20 school houso on Sunday at 3
REFORMED EPISCOPAL. ,
Graco church, AVyomlng avenue, below
Mulberry street Prayer and pralso sor
vico ut 9.30 a. m.: Divlno worship at 10.30
a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Rov. Charles AV.
King will preach both mornlg and oven
Ing; Sunday school nt 12 in.; Young Peo-
plu's Society of Christian Endeavor ut
U.30 p. m. Prnyor meeting, AVednesday
evening at 7,4j o clock. Seats frco. Every
Reformed Episcopal Brandt church.
Hose House, Tripp Park Sorvices nt 10.30
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Henry ennfow will
preach ut both services; Sunday school
ut 12 in. Christmas Festivul, Monday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
Evangelical Lutheran Sunday nfter
Christmas, Gospol, Luke 2;3.')-10; eplstlo,
St. Mark's, Washburn street Rov. A,
L. Ramer, I'll. D pastor. Services, 10.30
a. in., 7.30 p. m.; Sunday school, 12 m.;
Luther league, 6.00; Catechetical Instruc
tion, Friday 7 p. in. Morning subject; "A
Sign AVhlch Shall Bo;" evening subject:
"Tho Song of Simon Spoken Against,"
Christ church, Cedar avenuo and Birch
streot Rev. James AVltke, pastor, Ser
vices, 10.30 a, in, and 7.30 p. m.; Sunday
school. 'J p. m.
St. Potcr's, Prescott avenuo Rov, John
Randolph, pastor. Sorvices, 10.30 u. m,;
Sunday school, 2 p. in. AVediiesday even
ing service, 7.iV, Catechetical' instruction,
AVednesday nnd Saturday, 7 p. m.
Euiuuuel Gormnn-Pollah Lutheran
church Rov, Fordinund Satehnelor, pas
tor, Services In the German inuguago,
10.30 a. m.; Sunday school, 2 p. in.
Evangelical Lutheran Church of the
Holy Trinity, corner Adams avenuo and
Mulberry stroot-llov. E, T. Rtttcr, n. m.,
pastor. Services, 10.30 n. m. and 7,30 p.
in., morning subject; "The Shepherds ut
tho aiuiiBerj" evening subject; "Simeon
nnd Anna;" Sunday school, 13 in.; Luther
league, 0.13 p. m. Service preparatory to
holy communion. Friday, at S n. in.
All Soul's Uulvei'sallst chinch, Blue
street, between Adams and Jefferson
avenues Rov, Thomas B. Payne, pastor.
Divine uorylce, with sermon, at 10.30 a.
m., subject: "Forces Muklng for Unl
IBufloa of Catholic and Protestant;"
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neighborhood; all modern Improve
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FOR SALE 1 two-ton coal wngon; 1
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FOR SALE At a sacrifice, now 1 coupe
Rockaway; scats four Inside; built by
Stiidcbakcr &. Co. Address, MacDcrmott,
R37 Llndon street..
FOR SALE A pair of carrlngo horses.
Mrs. N. Y, Loot, 211 Jefferson avenue.
Wanted To Rent.
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no children. Addrefs A. B. C, Tho
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dress Box 300, city.
Rooms and Board.
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FURNISHED front room for gentlemen;
city steam hcatbath, gas, etc. 510
FOR RENT A furnished room on second
floor front, $1.D0 week. 033 Adams avo.
LOST Open faco gold watch, comer Ca
pbusa avenuo nnd Ash sercct. Reward
If returned to 920 Pcnn avenue.
LOST A pockotbook containing a sum of
money, between A'lno street on
Madison avenue nnd Elm Park church.
Reward If returned to Margaret Feency,
1103 Vino street.
LOST A memorandum book, red cover;
Under will receive a liberal reward by
returning tho same to M. 11. Carpenter,
013 North Muin avenue.
IN THE District Court of tho United
States for the Middle District of Penn
sylvania. In tho matter of Keystone
Lumber and Supply Co., bankrupt. No.
230. In bankruptcy. To tho creditors of
Keystone Lumber and Supply Co., of Fac
toryvillo, County of AVyomlng, and Dis
trict aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notico is hereby given that on tho 8th
day of December A. D. 3902, tho said Key
stono Lumber nnd Supply Co. was duly
adjudicated bankrupt; and that tho first
meeting of their creditors will be hold at
tho ofllco of Bankrupts, Factoryvllle, Pa.,
on tho 2d day of January A. D. 1903, at
ten o'clock In tho forenoon, at which tlmo
tho said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho
bankrupt, and. transact such other busi
ness ns may properly come before said
C. A. VAN AVORMER, Referee.
Scranton, Pa., 1902.
Proof of claim DO cents.
THE ANNUAL meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Moosic AA'nter Company
will be held at its offlco in tho City of
Scranton on AVednesday, the 21st day of
January, 1S03, - at eleven o'clock in tho
forenoon, for tho election of directors for
tho ensuing year and for tho transaction
of such other business as may properly
como beforo the meeting.
T. II. AVATKINS, Secretary.
THE ANNUAL meeting or the stockhold
ers of tho Spring Brook Water Supply
Company will bo held nt its ofllco In tho
City of Scranton on AA'ednesdny, the 21st
day of January, 1903, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, for tho election of directors for
tho ensuing year and for the transaction
of such other business as may properly
como before tho meeting.
T. II. AVATKINS, Secretary.
THE ANNUAL meeting of tho stoelchold-
ors of tho Scranton Illuminating Heat
nnd Power Company will bo held at tho
offlco of tho Company, d09 Linden street,
Scranton, Pa., on Tuesday, January 20,
1903, nt 4 o'clock p. m., for tho election of
Directors for tho ensuing year and such
other business as may como bpforo them.
E. M. STACK, Secretury.
December 19. 1902.
ELECTION NOTICE-Tho annual meet
ing of tho stockholders of tho Scran
ton Stovo AVorks will bo held at tho of
llco of tho Company in Scranton, Pa
Saturday, January 10. 1903, at 2.30 p. m.
B. E. AVATSON, Secretary.
IN RE: Estato of Charlotto Evans, lato
of tho city of Scranton, Iackawaima
county, nnd state of Pennsylvania. In
tho Orphans' court of Lackawanna
Letters testnmentary on tho nbove
named estato having boon granted to tho
undersigned, all persons having claims or
demands against tho Bamo will present
them for payment, and all persons In
debted thorcto will make payment to
AVILLIAM CHAPPELL or
MARTYN J. STONE.
J. AA BROWNING, Executors.
Attorney for Estate.
Sunday school at 12 m, Scats free;
strangers cordially welcomed. Evening
service in Guernsey hall, 7.30 p. m., Alder
man John T, Howo, speaker; subject:
"Tho Experiences of a Pollco Magis
trate." O cordial wolcomo to all.
Calvary Reformed church .Monroe avo
miq and Gibson street Rov. M. L. Firor,
pastor. Services, 10.30 a. in, and 7.30 p.
in.; Sunday school, 11.30 a. m,; Christian
Endeavor, 7 p. in.
AVnyno Avenuo AVelsh Cnlvinlsllc Meth
odist Church Rov, E. R. Roborts, pastor.
Services as follows: English sermon to
morrow morning at 10; text. Acts x, -12.
Sunday school at 2 p. m. AVelsh sermon
at C p. in.; text, John xv, 12. Prnyor
mooting Monday ovonlng at 7.30. Chris
tian 7Endeavor Tuesday evening at 7.20.
Junior Christian Endeavor AVednesday
evening ut 7.30. Class meeting Thursday
ovonlng at 7.30.
Gospel Tabernacle, Jefferson avenue
James Lclshman, pastor. Suuduy
Preaching at 10.30 a, in. and 7.30 p. nt. by
tho pastod, Bible school nt 12 noon;
Young People's meeting at U.30 p, m.
Tuesday Meotlnss of tho Christian and
Missionary alliance, Sessions at 2.30 and
7.30 p. m. AVednesday ovonlng A watch
night service beginning ut S o'clock, Sat
urday evening Study of tho Sunday
school lesson at tho pastor's home, 10 la
Plymouth Congregational church T, A.
Humphreys, pastor, Preaching ut 10.30 u.
in. and 7 P. m,; subject of tho morning
sermon, "Tho Closo of tho Year;" of tho
evening sermon, "Giving," There will
also bo a Christmas musical programnm
for the evening service. Sunday school
at 12 m anil at Sherman Avenue mission
nt 2.13 p. in.; Sonlor Endonvor at 0 p, in.;
Junior Endeavor ut 1 p. m. Monday, All
uro cordially welcome,
Bellovuo AVelsh Calvlulstlo Methodist
church Uev. AVIIllam Duvles, pastor,
Services during tho week as follows;
English Koruiou tomorrow nt 10 u. m.j
class meeting, 11.30 a. m.; Sunday school,
2 p. in.; AVelsh sermon, 0 p, in,; prayer
meeting, Monday ovonlng at 7.30; Chris
tlan Endeavor, Tuesduy evening at 7.30;
Elite Lowis to lead, Frank Collins to ad
dress; class meeting, Thursday evening
ut 7.30; meeting of Literary and Biblical
society, Friday evening at 7.00.
First Church of Christ, (Scientist) 519
Adams avenue, Scranton, l'a. Sunday
services at 10.30 a, in. and 7.30 p. in.,
subject: "Christian Science;" testimonial
meeting at 8 p. in. AVednesday, Dec. 31.
AH aro Invited to attend these serviced.
Seventh Day Adventist, Guernsey hall,
31 ii Washington avenue Preachlnir. Sun
day, 7.W p. m., by Pastor 8. S. Strock.
Accepted for less
Tlirtn 10 Cents.
Branch WANT Offioas,
Want Advertisements Will Be
Received at Any of tho Follow-'
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT SCIIULTZ, coiner Mul
berry Btreot and Webster nvo.
GUSTAA P1CI1EL, CM Adams
GEO. AV. JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. TEUPPE, 729 Cedar
GEO. AV. DAVIS, corner North
Main nvcmio and Market
CHARLES T. JONES, 1337 Dick.
F. J. JOHNS, 920 Green Rldgo
C. LORBNZ, corner AViislilngton
ave'nue nnd Marlon street.
W. II. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving
J. G. BONE '& SON.
DESK ROOM AATANTED-In rontrnllv lo
cated building. Address, stating "con
veniences, location and rental; must havo
both phones. AV. R. II.. Tribune office.
plcs for 3 dally should address 'Stand
ard ' l AVellK, Chicago. Steady position.
LEADING broad silk mill in Greater
New York wants a good twister
and enterer, either male or female.
Address P. D. L., Call Offlco, Pater
son, N. J.
AVANTED Agents to sell tea and cof
feo to consumers. Positions perma
nent. Grand Union Tea Co., 311 Lacka
Help Wanted Male.
CIVIL SERA'ICE ovornmont notlslons
H.9S3 appointments this year. This is
4.G92 moro than last year. Excellent op
portunity for young people. Cataloguo
of Information free. Columbian Corre
spondenco College, AVashlngton, D. C.
LARGE CORPORATION wants energetic
General Agent for this county. No
books, insurance, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with merchants and manu
facturers necessary. Permanent. Bond.
State nge, experience, references first let
ter. Address, Suite C72. No. 1001 Chestnut
St., Philadelphia. .
SITUATION AVANTED-A hoiisekoonr
wants a situation in good Protestant
family where she can have charge of
work. Is a good cook. Gooil references
given. Address, Housekeeper, Trlbuno
AVANTED By a good girl a place to do
housework in a private family pre
ferred. M. E Trlbuno office.
STOCK AND AVIIEAT TRADERS with
out delay. AVrlto for our special mar
ket letter. Freo on application. S. M.
Hlbbard & Co., members N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange. 41 and 40
Broadway, Nuw York. Established 1S04.
Long Distance 'Phono 23SS Broad.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDAVARD C. SPAULi7lNO.C. P.XT23
Traders' Bank Building. Old 'phono 1S04.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCH B
Real Estato Exchange Bldg., 120 AVash
Civil nnd Mining Engineers.
H, L. HARDING, 813 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT. 720
DR. E. C. ElLENBERaElt, PAUL!
building, Spruco street, Scrnnton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACII, 113 AVVOMING nvo
SCIILAGEit & CO., 401 Council Building.
O A T"C MTC Inallcountries
Tho only licensed and equipped patcr.t
solicitor in tho city. No charge for In
formation on naiuntublllty; over ten
Rcplngic &Co Mcars BUijr.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE123 and 1.7 FRANK
flu avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. Z1EQLEU, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR I.. L. & AV.
Passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. A'lctor Koch, Proprietor.
A. B. BRIGCIS CUBANS PRIVY A'AULTS
and cess pools; no o.lor; only Improved,
pumps used. A. O. BrlggH. proprietor.
Leave orders 110 North Main nvenuo.
or Elcko's drug store, corner Adams nml
Mulberry, Both telephones.
JOSEPH KIJETTEL. REAR Dll LACKA.
avo,, Scrnnton, mfrs. of Wire Screens.
MEGARGEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUP.
puts, envelopes, paper bags, twluo.
Wnieliouse, 130 Washington nvenuo.
THE AVILKEB-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had in Scranton at tli now.s stand
of Relsniau Bros., 4oO Spruco und cat
Linden; M. Norton,- 322 Lackawanna
avo.; I. S. SchuUer, 211 Spruco street.
Subject: "The Han with tho Measuring
Hoed." All welcome.
Gospel hall romoved from 501 Lacka?
wanna avenue to mom 7 Excha.ngo build
ing, No. 421 I.ackawannu avenue. Sun
day school, 12.1? a. m.; Mr, Alrlch will
preach at 7.30 p. m. and also conduct
u Bible class on Monday nt 7.43 p. m. for
the study of the lesson und tho "Book of
Romans." AH aro welcome.
BUSINESS OPPaRTQNITIES. REAL ESTATE
Onlr nU a Ceat a Wari.
Money to Loftn.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN-
Quick, straight loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on
v. ) mucr, .Hi-ill,, uoimou uuuaing.
RELIABLE help, can bo procured nt Mrs.
.. . A. B. Btnrkcy'H Employment Ofllco,
130 AVashlngton uVenuc, rooms 2 and 4.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna nnd Western.
m , IN Effect June 1. 1902.
Trains leave Scranton for Now YoiK
At 1.G0, 3.20, 0.03, ?.G0-aml 10.10 n. in.; 12.40,
3.40, 3.H3 p. in. For Now York and Plilln-dolphla-7.G0,
10.10 u. m and 12,40 and :i.;W
ft IS. For Gouldsboro At 0.10 p. in. For
Biiftnlo 1.13, (1.22 nnd 9.W a., in,; 1.53, CM
and 11.10 p. m. For Blnghamton, Elmlm
nnd way stations 10.23 a. in.. 1.03 p. in.
r-or Oswego, Syracuse ami Utlca l.lh and
B ,?.. m' ,'r'ri P. ,m. Oswego, Syracuse
and Utlca train nt 0,22 a. in. dally, except
Siindny. For Montrose-0.no n. m.; 1.01
nlVL c,co A .'" Nicholson accommodation
-4.00 and 0.13 p. m.
Bloomshurg DlviMlnu-For Nortlmmbnr
land. at 0.33 and 10.1(1 a. in.: 1.C3 nnd 0.11)
''. ,nV.lor Plymouth, nt S,tO u. in.; 3.40
and 9.0.1 p. m.
. Sjmday Tralns-For Now" York, 1.30, 3.20.
..'; V-10. " ""! ''m '"'d 3.33 p. in. For
IJllfTnlo 1.13 nnd C.22 a. m.; l.r,3, 0.W nn-1
If.lft p. in. Eor Elmlra nnd way statlons
0., a. in. For niimhamtnn and way sta
tions, 9.00 a. m. Rloomsburg Dlvlslon
Lcavo Hciniiton. 10.10 a. m. and 0.10 p. m.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect Nov. 10, 1902.
. ,v Trains Leave Koruulon
lor Philadelphia and Nuw York via D.
?'-, B. R,, nt 7.41, through Parlor Car
nnil pay Coach Cnrbondnlo to New York
anil 9.47 n. in., with L. A'. Coach Cnrbon
dnlo to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, 4.3T, (Ulack
Dlnninnd Express), and 11.49 p. in. Sun-lla,-Y!,
B; & II. It. .. WS p. in., 9.3S n. m.
I-or While Hiivcn, lluKlcton and princl
??' 45onUa ln lll roal regions, via D. Ut
Pottsvllle. 7.11 n. in.
Tor Betlilpfiem, Enslon. Reading, Bar
isburg and principal intermediate stn-ilo"M-
via p. k 11. 1!. R 7.11, 9.47 a. m.;
-IS, 4.3.. (Black Diamond Express), 11.49 p.
"'- "''"days. D. & ir. R. R.. 9.3S a. in.
and l.r.S and 9.17 p. m.
For Tnnkliaunofk. Townnda, Elmlra,
niiaca. Geneva nnd principal Intermediate
Motions via D L. & AV. R. R fi.33 a. m.
and 1.35 p. in.
FcnA Genpva, Rochester. Buffalo, Niag
? a rnJ,s- Chicago and all points west vU
p. & IT. Tt. R 12.03 p. m.: 3.2S (Black
Diamond Express). 10.41. 11.49 p. m. Sun
'hiis. D. & U. R. It., 12.03, 9.17 p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
?.'., y Bnrlor curs on all trains between
AA Ilkes-Barro nnd Now York. Phlladol
U!U?,,?urtn, nntl .Suspension Bridge.
KOLLIN H. WILBUR.. Gi'n. Supt.. 20
Cortland street. New A'ork. '
CHARLES S. LEK, Geii. Pass. Agt., 2
Cortland street. Now York,
A. AV. NONEMACITER, Dlv, Pass. Agt,
South Bethlehem. Pa.
For tickets and Pullman reservation ap
lV.yt0 clty ticket office, CO Public Square.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In effect Nov. 10, 1902.
Stations In New York, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leave Scranton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Boston, Bethlehem, Allen
town, Mauch Chunk, White Haven, Ash
ley, AVllkes-Barre and Pittston at 7.30 u.
in., 1 p. m., and 4 .p. jn. Sundays. 7.1j n.
in. nnd 2.10 p. in. Quaker City Express
leaves Scranton 7.30 u. ni.. with through
solid vestllmln train with Pullman Buffot
Parlor Car for Philadelphia with only
ono chango of cars for Baltimore, nnd
AViislilngton. D. C, and all principal
points south and west and has through
conch for New A'ork.
For Avoca, Pittston nnd AVIIkea-Barro,
1 p. m. ami 4 p. m. Sunday, 7.13 a. m.
and 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
7.30 a. m. and 1 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon andITnrrlsburg
via Alleutowii nt 7.30 n. m.. 1 p. m. and 4
p. m. Sunday, 7.13 a. m. nnd 2.10 p. m.
For Tamnn.ua and Pottsvllle at 7.30 a.
in.. 1 p. rn. nnd 4 p. m. Sunday. 7.13 n. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
AV. G. BESSLER..Oenorxd.MannsQr.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schedulo in Klfect Juno 1U, 1902.
Trains leave Scranton B.3S it. in., week
days, through vestibule train from
AVIlko-Barre. Pullman buffet parlor cur
mil coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vil)e stops at principal Intermediate sta
tions Alh connects for Sunliury, llnr
ilsbnr". Philadelphia. Baltimore, AA'ash-in'-tnn
and for Pittsburg and tho AWst.
917 n. m.. week days, for Snnbury. Har
riVbiirg. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington nnd Pittsburg and the West.
1 ' p. in., week days, (Sundays. l.r.S p.
m.). for Sunliury. tlurrlsburg. Philadel
phia. Bnlllmoro, AVusblnEton and Pitts-
bV. ?in,,nll.!,0w)ik,t.iny(.. through vestlbulo
iru'fi'i from Wllkes-Biirrn.. Pullman burfot
P i "or car and coaches to Philadelphia via
Pottsvllle. Stops nt principal Intel niedl-
U403-!itn "inT'weok days, for Unalelon. Sun
bury, Ilarrlsburg, Philadelphia und Pitts-
bXUS' J B. nrTf-niNSON. Gen. Mgr.
J, B. AVOOD. Gen. P.vw Agt.
xAlnni'f nnd Hudson.
Tn Effect Nov. 10, 1902..
rrvntns for Carliondale leave Scranton nt
P44 7 30 83S7 10." " m.; 12.03. 1.12. 2.11.
fijVi: 0.29. :. " '" 9'W- U''-' ' m';
12.33 n. m. ....,. 'ft. M ,n "II ml
For lionet""'" ,-. " - -
m&b W S-7,I. 0,7 . in,
" F "pennUlvaiJla "b. R. Polnts-C.35.
n J- lii 1 12, 3.2S ami 4.33 p. in.
'"For Albany r and all points iiorth-7.30 a.
m. and ' 'v.y TRAINS,
For fnrbondnlo-S.CO, 11.33 a. m.: 2.11.
!MvF?..!VilL!!i!.MS a. m,: 12.03. 1.31.
Erie Railioad-Wyominp; Division
-........ tn.ii'n,tiiitit. ir.. inoi?. .s1
nvniim liiivo. Hiraiuon for New Aork.
v?.ia irVl "l '"njcrnjed ntn points, .also
fo" niwh'y and local'statlona'af 7.2q.n.
''For'noiiesdalenud AVl.lto Mills nt.1.33
''"Trains arrive at Scranton at 10.38 a.m.
nnd 9.13 !' '"'
"Nev Yovlc, OJitarimnnd Western;
..,., iuhlo in effect Sunday. Sept. 21, 1UM.
Hum uH0H'Tii BOUND TRAINS.
Leave i.euvo Arrive
n...ii, Sorantou. Carbondalo, Ciuloshi,
Si l ..10.30 u. m. 11.10 a. in. 1.00 lum.
3' 7 '" . U.io P- m.Ar.Carlioiidalo Cl'i jim
N- 7 SOUTH BOUND. it
heave Leavo AriRo
-r,.niiiB Cadosla. Carbondalo. Scranlaji.
.. fi.50ii. m. 7.23 m v.
." ,V "' . 2,13 p. in. 4.00 p. m. 4.4'i i:-m.
HllNDAVS ONLY. NORTH HOUND,
auw' Lcavu Leavo ArrK-n
'i'1-nins Scranton. Carhoiiijnle. C.idoati,
'liains. I..,., , Niii),,.,,, in r. ;TCV
v. i .... 8.3011. m. O.Wu. in. 10.l5n:m.
n n ' 7,wip. in.Ar.CarbondaIoT,43pjn
0, I'WfVo lv Arrive
Trains Cadosia. Cnrbopdalq, Scranton.
Ko. U ? "' ,!1, 7l23 "'
No jo ISO p. ii. l-.Oo p. pi. 0.13 p. pi.
Trains Nou. 1 on wcuk days, and 9 on
Sundays connect for New York city, Slid
die town, Walton. Norwich. Oneida, ps.
wego and all points west,
Train No- wlth "Oimker City Ex.
press" at Scranton, via C. R. R. of N. 3,
lor Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Baltimore,
AVashlngton and Pennsylvania statu
Bee tlmo-tablo and consult ticket agent j
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDERSON. O. P. A.. Now York.
3V$ ribciT a v. a:: A. NS.
W.L. PRVOR. B. B. A.. Scrnnton. Pg.
j. w. wiJi.su, t. p. A-, scranton. pa.