The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 30, 1902, Page 6, Image 6

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Cantata at St. David's Episcopal Church.
...Election of Officers Funerals.
Notes and Personals. .
The Sunilny school tcholnrfl of St.
.David's Kplscopnl church rendered Iho
cantata, "Christmas In Lovclimd," lo
loro a largo uudlcnco lutit evening. Tho
music was very pretty and tho charac
ter work of the children exceptionally
Rood. Tho east of characters vu na
Goodwill. Slay Dorsey: Charity, Al
berta Mlohol; Peace, Jennie Coburn;
Pilgrim, Thomas Itosscr.
Lovcland Children Hosslo Dorsey,
Klnlno Subln, Lucy Thomas, Mildred
Michel, Pearl Mlciicl, Suslo Thompson,
Charlotte Coburn, Ksthcr Kvans, Maud
Markle, Ethel Thompson, Florence
JDolman, Apuic Gray, Maud ArmlleiU,
Florence Illldltch, Mary Kvans, J,e
Moss Heller, Francos Dunn, Blodwln
Itodway, Margaret Smith, Catherine
Colony, Margaret Price.
Lovcland League Nelson Will tins,
Ivor Parry, Robert Richardson, Frank
Ilossar, Emblia Dunn, Howard Michel,
Jtlchurd Davis, Hoyden Morgan, "Wil
liam Thorn, John Kvans, Thomas
Kvans, Walter Price.
Gifts were distributed to tho Kun
ilay school scholars at tho close of tho
Election of Officers.
Tho members of Hlpplo division,
Sons of Temperance, held a meeting in
Ued Men's hall lust evening and elect
ed tho following olllccrs:
Worthy president, Georgo Davis;
worthy assistant, Harry Jenkins;
treasurer, J, D. Lewis; superintendent
of young people's work, Joshua Ellas;
chaplain, Harry Thomas; outside sen
tinel, William E. Evans; inside senti
nel, David II. Jones; conductor, David
II. Williams; assistant conductor,
Francis Beeoham; tlnanctal scrtbe,
Thomas Thomas; recording scribe,
Charles Ross; assistant recording
scribe, Loyshon Evans; trustee, Hurry
Sunday School Officers.
The following officers were elected by
members of the IHrst Welsh Baptist
Sunday school Sunday afternoon.
Superintendent James A. Evans, as
sistant superintendent, John Slug;
chorister, John Thorbnrn; assistant
chorister. Miss Elizabeth Lewis, or
ganist. Miss Blanche Geeley; secretary,
Palmer L. Williams; treasurer, Taliesen
Phillips; librarian, Thomas Thomas;
assistant librarians, Hayden Jenkins
and Evan J. Davis.
No Watch Night Meeting.
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. McDermott, of
North Hyde Park avenue, will leave
Five stamps given away with
each bottle of Dufour's French Tar
Important Announcement f
Complete Clearance Sale of
f Cloaks, Suits, Furs andl
I Skirts.
These departments open this morning with everything re- gi
i3 priced.. 1 lie reductions are generous and honest, the figures
3 quoted telling the truth, nothing but tho truth. As to styles we
'X guarantee them to be the latest
Tailoring is fully up to the Globe
Children's Winter Garments.
Children's Coats, in all the
iuige tape couar, niceiy inmmea
i& $2.50 Coats at
3 Children's and Misses Coats
.. oiyicj, p. cimv pipcu auu u nuniBU Willi VCIVet. Slot te
seams, etc. $4.00 coats for 2.98 fe
Children's Jackets in Norfolks, Monte Carlo and half length &
fitting styles, with satin braid and silk strap trim- J
v mings. Made in Meltons, Suitings, etc. Regular Si
g $6.00 Jackets at ? 3.98 J;
Children's Zebeline Conts in ail the popular shades, "with P
large circular cape, trimmed and piped with velvet "
- .iiiu aim uuiious. ur ifo.oo oai
a Ladies' Coats and Jackets.
2 Ladies Jackets in Kerseys and Cheviots with heavy satin
?3 and other lininas. NntrhiH rnllnr h.n !., r...
de Sole reveres. Regularly sold
Lauies jacKets in Kerseys, Beavers and Meltons,
of all the new swell styles. Were $6.00, $7.00, $750
and fS.oo .each. Marked this morning at
Ladies' Monte Carlo Coats in Black and Caster
color. Very handsome and splendidly tailored. A
marvel at
Very stylish, well made Jacket of Kersey, pleated back &
with Habitue tlare sweep, hich rolling collar, satin 5!
lining and neatly trimmed. A $13.50 Jacket for.... 9.98 51
A fine range of high class, smart Ena-lish Box- rnatc ,i 5s
tht new inverted pleat (batk and front) Coats with silk apoll- S5
f ?u5, trm,m.,nf atnd satin linings. Also an attractive line of
Ladles' Velour Jackets. These sold at $15, $16, ft
$17.50 and $18 each. Choice this week for. ..;.., 1 2.50 ft
2 Ladies' Velour Jackets, Marten fur trimmings, high rollinir ft
f collar and reveres. Other styles trimmed with ft
riciii.11 ruiuis nu uiaiu, wurfjj.oo jacKets tor., I ,OU ft
Electric Seat Jackets at very
Our regular $33.00 Jackets for Sai.oo
Our regular $.37. 50 Jackets for , 36,50
Our regular $45.00 Jackets for 33.00
The Cloak Sale starts this morning.
I Glob? Warehote?.
this morning for Sheshequln, Bradford
county, to attend tho funeral of a sister-in-law,
Mrs. A. Jt. Gillette, who
died on Sunday night.
On account of Dr. MeDcnnolt's ab
sence, tho watch night meeting at tho
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
will bo abandoned, Tho regular
prayer meeting, howovcr, will bo held
tomorrow evening, commencing ut 7.!!0
Still Alarm. Notice.
Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Addison
Chase, of North Main avenue, llllcd up
with smoke yesterday, owing to a de
fective flue, nnd caused the occupants
much concern.
A still alarm was telephoned to tho
Chemicals at 1:30 o'clock nnd they
made a quick response, but could not
discover any fire. Tho calling of tho
firemen was a precautionary movement,
however, which greatly relieved the
occupants of tho house.
Mr. Chase has been confined to his
home some time with a sprained ankle,
sustained while jumping out of the way
of a moving engine.
Now Year's Eisteddfod.
The next event of local importance
will be the eisteddfod at the First
Welsh Congregational church New
Year's afternoon and evening, under
the auspices or the Sunday school.
All tho officers of the day have been
selected, and a meritorious programme
has been prepared. Tho chief choral
competition for mixed choirs of not
less than twenty-live voices on the se
lection "Huddersflcld," will bo the last
number of the evening, for a prize of
$20. Tho entries already received in
clude a number of good singers and
Two Funerals Yesterday.
Two funeral services were conducted
at St. Patrick's church yesterday morn
ing, tho first was at 9:15 o'clock, over
tho remains of the late Margaret Sul
livan, u. young girl, who died at her
home, 142 North Ninth street. Rev. J.
J. Dunne oltlciated and interment was
made In the Cathedral cemetery.
The pallbearers at the Sullivan funer
al were Edward Ilolleny, James Mc
Hale, Michael Cook, John Langan,
Fred Owens and Patrick Ferguson.
At 10 o'clock a requiem mass was
celebrated over the remains of the late
William Sweeney, who died at S'M
Twenty-first street. Itev. P. F. Lavelle
conducted tho service and Interment
was made in the Cathedral cemetery.
The pallbearers were: Anthony Mc
Nulty, Hubert McGraw, Martin Sam
mon, Patrick Wright, William Heffron
and John Brown.
The members of the Young Women's
Christian association will hold a re
ception in their rooms New Year's af
ternoon and evening. A musical and
in fashipn's realm, while the 5
Warehouse standard.
good shades, turned seams,
wun sontacne Braid.
in Monte Carlo and
1.69 g
full box C
at jug (g;
at $5 and $6. ' Now 3.98 !!
Choice 5!
4.98 gi
soecial nrices
literary programme will bo rendered,
and refreshments will bo served.
Mallcarrler Eleazor Evans was off
duty yesterday owing to Illness. His
placo was tilled by Substitute Joseph
Mallcarrler William Cannon is laid
Up with a sprained ankle, and Grlflllh
Jones is substituting for him.
Elmer, tho two and n. half year old
child of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Newton, of
SIM North Itobecca avenue, died Sun
day night from an attack of bronchitis.
The funeral service will be held at tho
house this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
llev. Wrlghtnour, of tho First Baptist
church will officiate. Interment will bo
made In tho Washburn cemetery.
Tho Lincoln Heights social club will
conduct a dance In Mcar's hall Now
Year's eve.
Attorney C. K. Wtcher, Miss Mnry
Pitcher and Mrs. Ituth Peck, of l'rlce
street, have returned homo from New
ark, N. J., where they attended the fu
neral of their sister, the late Mrs.
Etlshaba Hcrrlck.
The re will bo ti Watch Night social
at tho Embury Methodist Episcopal
parsonage tomorrow night. Ice cream,
cake and coffeo will be for sale from
S.30 until 12 o'clock. All are cordially
Tho Apollo Social club will hold a
social session and smoker In their
rooms on New Year's eve.
Tho Colonial Dancing class will con
duct a masquerade social In Washing
ton hall Thursday evening.
St. Peter's branch, No. GO, Ladles Ca
tholic Benevolent association, will meet
thla evening.
St. Leo's battalion will hold a Watch
Night party In their rooms tomorrow
There will bo n concert in the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church this
The funeral of the late James Scott,
who was killed in the Pine Brook
mines last Saturday, will take placo
this afternoon from the house, corner
of Hampton and Eighth streets. Inter
ment will be mado In tho Washburn
street cemetery.
The Gamma Nu society will hold a
social in the Washburn Street Presby
terian church tomorrow evening. The
Chi U's hold their meeting last evening.
Mrs. John P. Moffat and son, John,
of Washburn street, arc visiting rela
tives in Crawford, N. J.
John Fadden, u boy residing on
Pleasant street, had his right leg frac
tured while coasting on Swetland street
recently. Dr. J. J. Brennan is attend
ing him.
Edward Barnum, of Hallstead, is the
guest of his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Kern, of Washburn street.
John Mornlnger, of North Hyde Park
avenue, an employe In the Lackawanna
railroad shops, ran a sharp piece of
steel into his foot recently, causing a
severe Injury.
Misses Bridget and Genevieve Gib
bons, of Lafayette street, are spending
the holidays in New York.
Attorney W. E. Sullivan, of Chicago,
formerly of Scranton, is visiting friends
here and in Marshwood.
William Hughes, of New York, has
returned homo from a visit with his
parents, on North Hyde Park avenue.
Harry Doud, of Washington, D. C,
is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Doud, of
Oram boulevard.
The spiritual work department of the.
Epworth league will meet in the Simp
son .ucinocust Episcopal church.
on Every Play-
Clubs in Havana.
From the Chicago Tribune.
President James A. Hart, of the Na
tional league club, accompanlod by his
wire, returned Saturday night from a
tour through the South, including' a
visit to Cuba. It was reported he was
seeking 'training: grounds farther south,
but this rumor he disposed of yester
day with the statement that the Colts,
as usuul, would do their preliminary
stunts at Champaign, on the University
of Illinois Held, unless the unexpected
While in Cuba Mr. Hart attended a
base ball game at Havana, where tho
American snort has obtained a firm
hold upon the Islanders, three native
teams playing- a regular series of cham
pionship Raines on inclosed grounds.
These contests usually take place on
Sundays or holidays and draw good
In speaking of the base ball situation
in Havana, Mr. Hart said:
"The Cubans are crazy about base
ball, but they show their enthusiasm
in a different way from Americans, as
tney make It a betting proposition.
Every play Is the subject of betting.
It's whether the man will strike out,
make a hit, get a base on balls, or any
proposition any two spectators may bo
discussing. ,
"These wagers usually are small, tho
heavier bets being on the outcome. Bet
ting on the result, however, Is con
tinued throughout the contest, the odds
shifting as the udvantage varies to ono
side or the other. All this is done be
tween spectators, us there is no open
betting In base bull, as In another gamo
somewhat similar to court tennis.whero
players are brought from Europe and
odds posted throughout the match.
"There are three teams in Havana-
'Almendares,' 'Hubunas,' and 'Fes. Tho
latter is a nine of blacks. All theso
players are under contract, and receive
regular salaries. Grandstands, bleach
ers and Inclined dirt slopes ns pro
vided for the big association foot hall
matches in England, constitute the
equipment for spectators. Admission Is
10 cents! bleachers, 20 cents, and grand
stand, 50 cents In Spanish money, a
peso or dollar of which Is equal to
nearly 70 cents of our money, Sunday
games draw from 1,500 to 3,000 spec
tators, actual, more than war figures,
of rival leagues,
"I didn't see any likely timber for tho
West Side team there, Tho Quality of
their ball la about equal to that of tho
better college teams sharp, snappy
tleldlng, with sensational catches, hut
what would prove light batting against
good pitching. The gamo seems to ho
growing In favor, although It now Is
well attended compared to tho total
population of tho town."
Mr doctor cl cdI1j on tho ttomtcb, llfor
and kiducnaniliitanlMMiil U141I10. ThU drink it
W41 from b.rhi. ucl it ppred tor uu eiilj 11
t. Uioctlled'.I.auc'a Tea" or
AlldrHgaliltorbrmlMet.ndMcti. Burl to
Ur. l.nDr' J-ubiIIt Mrdlrine moves tbn
butrela enrh duy. In ordor to bo bwfihr thilli
uectry. Adgnu. Hot JSOS, l JUv, N. V.
m &
7i rTu i "3.
Mother's Cooky Jar.
" Mammaiald I might, she aaya atte'a
ttottopuilngNONB SUCH mince meat for,
making cookie 'caute ahe can't keep 'cm the
way the uted to. I know why they're .to
awful good. When I'm a man, I'm going to
have pie and fruit-cake made out ol NONE
SUCH MINCE MEAT. Mamma ald I might.
Dad say the pie Is ut like his mother uted
to make, and she was the best cook In seven
counties, he says. I guess he ought to know,
I wish I was as big as Dad, I'd have pie too.
But these hermit cookies are awful good. I'm
glng to eat a lot. Mamma said I might."
grocers in 10 cent packages (nlr, tight cartons
made to preserve the content In nil weathers)
containing enough mince meat for a batch of
cookies, two pics, a fruit cake or a plum titul.
ding. A pure food of the highest quality,
Merrelt-Soulc Co., Syracuse, N. Y.
Valuable iremium list ef"W,7 Rogers Bros."
iiheruaie enclosed.
That Distinction Belongs to the De
fenders There Is an Interesting
Blvalry by the Candidates For the
Offices to Be Filled by the Scranton
Athletic Club on Jan. 8 Arrange
ments for New Year's Day Events.
Fire at the House of Dennis
Dougherty in Prospect Avenue.
The praise of the North End
Stars basket ball team in one of yes
terday's papers because they defeated
a. Wllkes-Barro team recently, wound
up with the amusing statement that
they were still champions.
As a matter of fact the South Side
Defenders aro not only champions of
this state, but also of New Jersey, hav
ing defeated tho Paterson, N. J., cracks
twice during the week of Thanksgiv
ing. As for any ono claiming the
championship of the state for the Stars
or any other North End aggregation,
it is well known to lovers of the game
that tho Defenders have held premier
ship honors without dispute and
against all comers for three years.
Athletic Members Hustling.
On Thursday, Jan. S, the Scranton
Athletic club will hold tho nrst regu
lar meeting in 1003, and in addition to
transacting business of importance will
choose officers for the coming year:
The following members have been
placed in nomination for the various
offices to be filled: For president, Emll
Bonn, George Wlrth, E. J. Koblnson,
Charles Rosar; vice president, Georgo
Wirth, Adolph Hammen, and Charles
Mursch:; treasurer, John Schunk;
financial secretary, Peter Neuls; re
cording secretary, Fred C. Neuls: cap
tain, Albert Becker: librarian, Jacob
Kaiser; trustee, August F. Schneider.
There is some animated hustllnsr be
ing done for the two principal oHlces,
and as all the nominees are well known
and popular with the members, tho re
sult is hard to predict.
New Year's Social Events.
The social features In celebration ot
the New Year festival will be some
thing more than the ordinary.
The Fourteen Friends will follow the
established custom of meeting as. a
watch night party on New Year's eve,
and tho committee who have charge
of the details reported last evening
that all arrangements have been com
pleted to insure a pleasant social even
ing for the members and their guests.
Tho society will assemble at 9 o'clock
in brief business session, after which
open house will 'be conducted until
midnight. Supper will be served by
Caterer Best, who promises a treat in
advance. The committee of arrange
ments are Albert Heier, Andrew Best
and William Ziesmer.
The Scranton Saengerrundo will also
observe New Years, when a Christmas
tree festival will be held in Athletic
hall, commencing at G o'clock on New
Year's night. The children will ho well
cared for, and after viewing the won
drous sights on the mammoth tree, will
each receive a generous present from
Kris Krlngle. After tho little ones
have been provided for a concert of
local talent will commence about S
o'clock, and a dance will follow.
Tho entire affair has been carefully
arranged by the following committee:
Councilmen Charles Graf and John
Schneider, Jacob Hess, Charles Plel,
Eugene and Edward Claus, William
Corman and John Meisner.
Much Smoke, Little Fire,
Rox 43 was pulled yestenluy, because
of Jlames which burst through the
chimney in tho house of Dennis Dough
erty at tho corner ot Maplo street and
Prospect avenue, Hose company No. C
and Engine company No. 2 quickly re
sponded and extinguished, the blaae
with only trivial damage,
The tiro was caused by n defective
line", to which It was confined and put
out by tho use of chemicals.
Tho Junger Slaenncrchor will hold
their annual Christmas tree festivities
In Bchlmpff's hall, on Cedar avenue,
commencing at 8 o'clocK this evening,
Lawrence's full orchestra has been en
gaged for the dancing,
The German Benotlclal society will
attend the funeral of their late brother,
George Osward, this morning at o
A well.attendcd session of Camp 130,
Patrlotlo Order Sons of America, was
held in Hartinan's hall last evening.
The German Beneficial society will
have charge of 'W'orkliiginen's hall to
night, where a good time is promised
at their Christmas tree festivities. A
lunch will bo tervcrt In tho basement,
and a danco wilt follow the distribu
tion of prizes.
The Fifteen Friends society will huld
a select social and New Year's party
in tho parlors of Hotel Host on New
Year's afternoon. Good tnuslo haa been I
secured for the occasion, and an ele
gant dinner will bo discussed by the
Comet lodge, Knights of Pythias,
meet tonight for the last time this
year, and all members arc urged to be
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by all dealers.
The St. Irene's society held a very
largely attended euchre social gather
ing In tho basement of St. John's
church, on Plttston avenue, last even
ing. The games started shortly before
9 o'clock and continued until 11, when
tho winners were presented with suit
able presents, consisting of toilet sets,
ladles' coat, box of cigars and various
other useful articles. A dance followed
the social and was kept 'up in Phar
macy hall for several hours.
Tho St. Mary's basket ball team will
play the IScllevue team in Bellevue this
Arthur Griggs, of Camden, N. J., is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
i. Griggs, of Plttston avenue.
Patrick Heap, of Stone avenue, is
dangerously ill.
Programme That Will Bo Rendered
at tho Y. W. C. A. on Wow
Year's Day.
Tho following musical programme will
be given by Professor Walkinshaw's
orchestra and pupils in the Young Wo
men's Christian Association parlors,
on New Year's afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Orchestra, lullaby; piano duet, Lois
Reese and Willie Hill; violin solo. Os
wald Jones; violin solo, James Held;
piano duet, Emalino Hawkins and
Sarah Hansom; violin solo; Ambrose
Mulley: piano solo, Emalino Hawkins;
violin solo, Walter Bennett; piano duet,
the Misses Weston; violin solo; James
Lonlox; orchestra, selections.
The musical numbers, will be inter
spersed with recitations by members
of the Sunbeam club.
At 7:30 p. m., on New Year's day, a
reception will be given to the seniors.
,Mrs. W. S. Davis will recite an original
composition. Fred Gunster, of Green
Ridge, will give a vocal solo; piano
duet, Emallne Hawkins and Sarah
Ransom; violin solo, James Lomax;
piano duet, the Misses Weston; piano
solo, Emalino Hawkins. Ladies and
gentlemen are invited in the afternoon
and evening.
Funeral of Mrs. Bolauds.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Anna
Roland took place from the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Neary, yes
terday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Long before the lime appointed for
the closing of the casket, hundreds of
persons crowded the house to look up
on tho face of tho deceased for the last
time. At 2 o'clock the casket was closed
and the funeral procession moved to
Holy Rosary church, where services
were conducted Interment was made
In the Cathedral cemetery.
Miss Catherine Jenkins and Xtufus
White were united In marriage by the
Itev. It. J. Reese, pastor of the Puritan
Congregational church, Inst Friday
evening at the reverend gentleman's
homo on Margaret avenue. Miss Jen
kins is a young lady of many line traits
of character and Is held In high esteem
by her many friends. .She is tho daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Job Jenkins of
Wayne avenue. Mr. White is a young
man well known In this part of the
city and has numerous friends, Mr. and
Mrs. White will reside for the present
with his father on North Main nvo
uui. John Dovlne of Hnffnlo, Is spending
tho holidays with his parents on West
Market street.
Patrick Jordan, of itunno street, is
confined to his homo with Injuries re
ceived by being struck by a train on
tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Wes
tern railroad.
The Amity social club conducted a
well attended social In the auditorium
last evening.
The Stars nnd Shamrocks will Hue
up against eagh other at the auditorium
to-night. Between the halves Thomas
John's team anil John VniiTJergun's
tenm wilt play basket hall for a sum
of money.
The Young Men's Institute is making
great preparations for their coming
ball, which will bo held at the auditor
ium February 12,
Tho Young Men's lustlttito will meet
this evening and elect oiiicers In their
rooms on West Market street.
Alton, the 13 year old son of Mr. nutl
Mrs, John K. Jones, ot Parker street
Is seriously 111.
William Wutkins, of Wales street,
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
for children tuuthlnp. la tho pruucriptlon of
ono of tho best luinulo iiliyslcluna and
nutres hi the United Slutes, and liua been
used sixty years with uover-faillng Buu
cess by millions of mothers for their chil.
dren. .During Iho process of teething its
vuluo is luculculublu. It relieves the :lilhl
from pulu, cures diarrhoea, gifplng In Uio
bowels, and wind colic. Uy giving health
& cJuli a lottic. wmmi' "c
Trade rG.
Cleaning0ut Sale
Holiday Goods Must Co.
Every thing- in the nature of Holi
day Goods now offered at great reduc
tions from the former prices.
We Won't Carry Them Over.
They Must Be Disposed Of.
They will, too, regardless of cost
I or value. Many of the articles are
only seen here once a year, and these
have got their walking papers; in other
words they can't help but be sold at the
prices now put upon them;
It is scarcely necessary to give
you a list, but if you have a gift to buy
and your appropriation is limited, half
price and less may make a difference
in your calculations.
Monday, Tuesday anil Wednesday,
DEC. VS. 30 AND 31.
Convenlentto Theatres and Shopping
Districts. Take 23rd at. cross town
cars an J transfer at fth avc. Uirsj;
to hotel,
llooms with liuth ) (-Suits with ButSi
9-'.00 i" "( J3.00.
V. H. PARKE, Proprietor.
Cor. blxtocntli St. anil Ir "jis l'lace,
American Man, $3.S0 Per Day ami Upwaid).
European Plan, $1.00 Per Day and Upwards.
Special Iiateo to FamiUea.
t tor Business .tlcu t
f In tho heart of the wholesale Uls- 4-
f trict.
t For .ilioppBtvs t
T 3 minutes' walk to Wanainakers; f
J 11 minutes to Slegel Cooper's IJIg t
T Store. Easy of access to tho grout T
T Dry Goods Stores. J
X For MlKlnstiors t
X One block from B'way Cars, glv. t
Ins easy transportation to all I
i points of Interest. I
Cor 11th ST. & UNIVKliaiTV PL.
Only one Ulock from Broadway.
Kniim! SI n KM I AUK AN I
J? f II- UHSI'All!J.lMr I
Ji P I Up. Prices Keatu.tabli I
an employe of Storrs No. n mine had Ills
hand badly smashed while coupling
cars yesterday. He was in the act of
cuupllng tho cars when In some un
accountable manner he got Ills hand
caught between thu bumpers with tho
above result, The injuries aro such
thut it will bo necessary for him to re
main Idlu for several days.
Thomas Lynott and son, William,
of West Market street aro visiting
friends in New York city,
MARTIN McDONOUUH. uged S3 years,
died at the home of his Bister, Mrs. John
Dynch, on Third street, yesterday morn
ing ut o'clock, llo is survived by two
VlstcrJ, Sirs John Lynch and Mrs, jji.
ward O'Mulloy, of Mooslo, and ono
brother, Michael J. McDouough, of Sayre,
Pu. Funeral Wednesday afternoun, with
bervlcos ut Holy Cross church. Inter
ment in Cathedral cemetery.
wlfo of Uzra It. Peckcns, of Ruffulu, for.
niorly of Scranton, died In tho former city
lust night ut 9.U0 o'clock. Kho was tho
daughter of Mrs, C'larcucv Varnhum, of
this city. Tho remains will bu brought
to this city fur interment.
B. MiK
Lyceum Theatre,
M. Iteis, Lessee and Manager.
A. J. Duffy. Business Manager.
One Night Only, Wednesday, Dec. 31
Charles Frohtnan's
Empire Theatre Co.
(Thirteenth Season)
MARGARET ANGLIX, 111 tho Emplru
Theater's Greatest Success,
By H. V. Esmond, author ot "Whoa We
Were Twenty-one." "Imprudence."
T'R1CES-?1.50. $1, .c, G0c Jc; boxes, $2
Seats on sale Stolidity at 9 n. in.
New Year's MNA,;"?rE Jan. 1.
Mr. James O'Neill
In Llubler .t i'o.'s Croat Production of
By Hall Cubic.
Author of "Tho Christian," "The Eternal
City," etc.
Magnltlcent Klisemblo and Kino Company
PRICKS Matinee, TJe.. Me., L'3e. Boxes,
51.00. Night, 1.50, Jl.W, 75o., 50o Si'.,
boxes. $2.0.
Seats on &alo Tuesday at U a. m.
Friday OM6$TY"T Jan- 2.
Daniel Frohmnn Presents
In tho Daly's Theater. N. Y Production
of Victor Hugo's Celebrated Itomanco
PRICKS-JIOO, 51.W, $1.00, Tuc, Mo Mi
Seats on salo Wednesday at U a. m.
Academy of Music
M. Rcls. I.esseu and Malinger.
A. .1. Duffy, Rusliiess Manager.
One Week Starting Monday Dec. 217
With Special Mutlnoii Monday.
Tho KnvnrJU's In lteiiertoire,
Presenting a series of plays each a
Metropolitan Production. .
TucsMlny Matinee, "Shadow Detective."
Tuesday Night, "Angle, tho CountrJ
Pliccs (except Now Year's) Mutlneo,
10 and cents. Night, 10, 3J and ) cents.
Heats on salo.
Diagram for Now Year's opons Tues
day at ti a. in. Pliccs Mutlnce. lu, t) and
30 cents. Night. 10, -0 30 and 00 cents.
Now Year's Mutlueo. "Piinco of I.lius."
New Ycnr'H Night, "A Russlttn AVifu.
Six big hpcciulties.
The Dixie Theatre
Lessee and Manager,
In The Prodigal Son.
Seats reserved by 'phone. New 'phono,
piuCEH-i:e., -joe. .c. and Me. Gallery
ceals 10 cents. Special Mutlnco Prices.