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TOE SCTRANTCXN TRIBUNE-TUESDAY SrORN"IJST&. FEBRUARY 9, 1SH7.
Mirnyon'i Hlieauniatlttii Cure Is BUiiran
teed to cuio acute or muscular rheumatism
in from one to llo dnys.. ShuriJ,sliootltitf
linlns In any ji.irt of the body stopped by
u few does. A ptompt, completu and
peiinntunt ctiro for liimem-M, soieucss,
Btlft back and all pains In hips and loins.
Chionlc iheumatlsin, sciatica, lumbago or
pain In the back ate speedily curtd, It
seldom falls to give relief from one or
two dusci, and almost iuviiilubly elites be
foie out- bottle has been Used. Pi lee, 23e.
Improved Homeopathic Home llemedy
Company put up a sep.uuto cine for each
disease At all dmgglsts, mostly S3 cents.
Guide to Health free.
1'eisonal letteis to Professor Muuyon,
150") Arch stnet, Phlludilphl i, l'a , an
mukiI with fieo medical udvlce for any
irteaders -w til please note that advertlse
irii nts orders for Job work, and Items for
publication left at the establishment of
Shannon Co, newsdealets, North Main
stieet, will receive prompt attention; of
fice open from 8 a. m to 10 p. m.
Interesting Sessions Held nt Simpson
The teuclieis of Caibondale, Fell and
Git oilfield townships held an institute
at Simpson on Satin day afternoon.
County Siipeilnteiult'iit J. C. Taylor vvus
lilt sent and mnUe an addiess.
Atler opening lemaiKs by Piofefcsor
J 11 Biennan a paper was lead by Miss
Julia Genity on "Thci Teacheis of the
Piesent " An address vv jb clellveied by
lJiofes-sor J. F. Dooley, of Way tutu t,
on " Teaching fioin a Physical Stand
point." Mlfcs Johanna Cuie lead a pa
per on "Value of Chaiactcr in Tetch
liifj " Tli3- topic considered bj Mits
Amy Tester, of Gieenlleld, was "Pi i
niaiv Heading." An essay entitled
"Aalanches" was itad by Miss M.uy
Banett, and a paper on "Busy Woils"
lv Miss Zinnia McLaughlin. 'Cleogia
ihy" was the blibject oonMdeied by Miss
Ida A. A hlte A paper on "Giainmai"
uas pi evented by Piofesbor John I'.
Iioacli. liefoie the addiobs by County
Supulntendent Tayloi the audience was
favcued by a leeitatlon b Misb Mai
gaiet A. lligginb.
MITCHELL HOSE FAIR.
The Ariniigeiuetits lor the Allair Are
The gcneial committee of anange
ments foi the Mitchell Hose companj
fait held a recent meeting to consldci
impoitant business. The fair will open
In the Watt hall on Monday evening,
Feb in. A liist-elass entel taintnent
will be glen each eenlng. Theie will
he flist-class music for dancing
Nil gambling de ices of any kind will
be allowed at the fair. Sevei.il booths
will bo airanged, where light leftesh
nientb will be stived.
Timet nl of "Uri. Cook.
TmpressUe .sei vices weie held at St.
Hose chinch csteiday, and a leciultin
, lilph nuibs was celebiated by Ke. "W.
A. Nealon, beioie the teniains of Mis
Ilonoia Cook weie convejed to their
last lebting place in St Hose cemeteij.
The following weie the pallbeaieis:
Thomas Joidan, Homy Jordan, Thomas
I-Miott, Stephen Nealon, Michael Lof
tus, James Mcllale and John Kearney.
Among the fiiendb fiom out ol town
wtie: Mr. and Mis. Hichaid Howaid,
of L-ickawanna; Mr. and Mis. Janus
Gllmattln.Mi. and Mis "William O'Hat.a,
Mrs. Jtiley, Miss Alice Gilmartin, Mis
Knov, Mrs. Howaid, Patiick, Michael
and William Hanks, of Dunmoie, Miss
A and James Banks, of Pittbton.
JIrs. DiinocK's I'uncnil.
The funeial of the late Mis Betsy J.
Dlmock occuiitd jesteiday moining
fiom tlio lesldence at 10 o'clock. Hev.
T. H. Jepbon, of the Baptist chinch,
ollieiated A quai tette fiom the Beiean
Baptist church lendeied seveial selec
tions in a most fitting manner The le
niainsweiu taken to Piompton foi In
tel nient. The jnllbeareis weie the
grandchildren and gioat-giandchlldten
of the deceased, namely, J. "W. Dlmock,
Benjamin Dlmock, Geoige Dlmock, jr,
" allace Dlmock, Hdwaid Dlmock and
The lticjclu Club.
The blcvcle club hae a meeting this
evening to consider the quebtion of
leinoval. The second lloor of the W.
W. Watt building Is legarded ns a fa
"orable location, and they may tecuie
them feu: their new quaiterb.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Miss Annie Evansi while attending
the bervlce at the Baptist chuch on
Sunday evening was taken suddenly ill.
On Sunday evening a shoit time bo
fore midnight an attempt was made to
tob the stoie of J. J. Goiman & Co. A
laige pane of glass in the window on
Seventh avenue was broken and some
few articles were stolen.
Bopiesentatlve Smith, of the Hazard
Wiie Hope works, was in town jestei
day, Hepiesentativc and Mis. J. F. Rey
nolds left for Hatrlsburg on Monday.
They will attend a reception given
this evening by Governor Hustings.
Miss Maggie AValker, of Powdeily
stieet, loft for her home in Chicago
Dr. H. C. Wheeler visited Scianton
piofesslonally on Monday
S. F. Caipenter is In New Yoik on
Mr Reese, of Pascoe & Scuiry's stole,
Is In New York
'The choir of llfty voices lecently or-
Wall Paper. . .
All tbe latest designs and colorings
for the spring trade. We gtidiamee
our prices, the lowest.
419 LACvA. AVZN'JL
gaulzed at the Hnptlst church occupied
their nlnces on the ulatfoini und led
the seivlce of praise on Sunday.
Miss Amies Nlcol, of Set anion, was
the truest of MIm Marv Wateilleld on
Fiank Hutchlns, of Norwich, N. V.,
visited lelathes in this city over Sun
day. J. O, Heese, George Patterson and
Andrew Mitchell, Ji are In New York
attending the cycle show.
Miss Minnie Hahr, of Scianton, Is the
guest of Miss Mlnne Hratler, of Noith
Michael McGovern, nf Scianton,
spent Sunday In this city with ft lends.
Mis. Uuckland, of South Washing
ton stieet, Is in Now Yolk attending
her sick daughter.
Miss Helen Aitkin and her sister,
Miss Kathailne, of Montrose, nie v Islt
Ing their sister, Miss Aitkin, of Gnt
Hev. G. A. Place, pastor of the Meth
odist chinch In this cltv, occupied the
pulpit of the Jermvn Methodist chuicli
on Sunday morning,
Mr and Mis. James Cubby have been
called to Pateison, N. J., by the death
of Mr. Cubbv'q mother, who died aftei
a llngeilng Illness on Satuiday.
F. Place Coats, of Scianton, spent
Sunday with friends In this place.
Geoige Hoblnson, of "Vllkes-13une,
was the guest of Ills brothel, Di. J.
Hoblnson, at Hotel American Satuiday
Misses Caroline Mereeion, of Scian
ton, leturned home yesteulay fiom a
bilef visit as the iruest of Miss Jo
sephine Huir, of South Chut eh street.
Mrs. A. S, Lewsley spent yesteidny
at Olyphant, the guebt of Mr. and Mis.
W. W. Heed.
R. II. Paterson, of Scianton, passed
the Sabbath with Is patents in this
city, Mr. and Mis. 11. P. Patteisun, of
Gut Held aenue.
II. W. Crocker, of Sernnton, called
on ft lends In this clti last evening.
Mis. Geoige Lewsley, of High stieet,
Is ilsltlng hei niece, Miss Maltha
Thomas, of Olyphant.
John Swlnev, of Holy Cross college,
Woicestei, Mass, spent Sunday with
Andtew O'Connell, of Seentli aenue.
NEW MADISON ACADEMY.
I'onnal Opening of the Waverly High
As announced, public Inspection of the
high sihool building nt Waveily took
place Feb G at 1 o'clock and many
lsitois weie piesent.
The building is a beautiful stuictuie
well udapted to the needs of the school,
and is situated whole one can obtain a
line view of the surtounding countty.
The cNeielses weie held on the
second lloor. In the principal's loom,
the -.iine being tastefully deeoiated
with gailandb of eveigieen and flags
They begun at 2 JO p m. and continued
until altei ti o'clock
On the platfoim weie seated the fol
lowing meinbeis of the school boaid.
J. W. Millet, A. D. Dean, J. D Stone,
D M. Vail, V .1. Hall
Hev. T. II Paibons opened the eei
clses with sctlptuie leading aftei which
Hev. Biowe olfeied prajei. Rev. Hul
le, of Kev stone academy, was then
intioduced and the audience listened at
tentively to his talk upon the subject
of "Moial Training."
S. S. Kennedy, one of the tiustees of
old Madison academy, gave a bilef hi
toiy of the old building which was
built in 1S44, at a cost of $J",000. In 1SU3
the building was considered unsafe and
moasiues weie taken to elect the pies
ent one. Fotmei piincipals of the
school weie then called upon to speak.
Supeilntendent Tayloi spoke of the 1m
ptovementb over the old building and
gav e many useful thoughts. Net came
Mi. D. B. Replogle, who gave some
leminlscenceb of his epeiience here as
teachet. W. A. Santoid then took up
the tluead of leading a pine life In
bchool. The meeting was then tinned
ovei to Camp No. Jll, Patiiotic Older
Sons of Aineilca, who had as their
Apeakei, A. J. Colbotn, jr, ol Scianton,
who, In an eloquent speech, piesonted a
llthogiaph ol Geotgo Washington A.
D Dean, in behalf of the school boatd,
thanked the Patriotic Older Sons of
Ameiica, and lemjiked that Geoige
must feel lonely and cUir plcluies
would be as gratefully iecelvcd
Aiuetica was sung and the company
was dismissed by Hev. Hulley.
Plctutesof Madison academy and the
new high school building may be pio
cuied ol Mr. Hunyen.
Postponed lecture by Rev. Charles
F. Lelsz in city hall this (Tuesduj)
Frlduj' evening Freedom lodge, No,
88, Independent Older of Odd Fellows,
will hold a box social In their hall -.11
Odd Fellow b aie Invited and may btlng
Look over jour books and see if jou
have some to donate to the Ladies'
Inipiovement asboclatlon llbiarj-.
Rev. Mr. Percy preached in the Bap
tist cliutch Sunday evening, and will
occupy the same pulpit Monday and
Dr. C. R. Btadj", of Honesdale, and
H. J. Atkinson, of Havvley, have been
appointed local consuls of the League
of Ameilcan Wrheelmen.
Wednesday, Feb. 10, Colonel T J
Fitzslmmons, of Scianton, will deliver
a lectuie In Ancient Older of Hiberni
an hall. Subject, "Llteiature and
Tlie Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will seive a chuich tea Thlttsdaj" even
ing, Feb. 18. Mis. I. II. Ball will be In
A long distance telephone has been
placed In the Allen house
The ladles of Giace chuich will give
a suppet In tlio chuich pallets on Fil
daj' evening, Feb, 12.
At a meeting of the ci editors of the
Honesdale Glass comuanj, held In city
hall Saturday evening, a committee
was appointed to devise some means
to statt the plant again.
Last evening the joung people met
with Miss Jennie Roach, of Tow and j,
for the puipose of organizing a pilvate
dancing class. We have not heutd the
result of the meeting.
Chilstlun Hndeavor Dav' was ob
served In the Ptesbyterlan church Sun
day evening Ml Ciandall, picsldent
of the society, called the meeting to
older The speakets of the evening
were F P Avery, Frank Van Gordei
and Mt DeGiaff, supeilntendent of the
Ameilcan Sunday School union
Mi Jucksou, plumber for Billings &
Son, Is seriously ill
After the oiatotlcal contest Monday
evening, Feb. 'il, the high school will
hold a banquet In the dlnliif; loom of
the Presbytetlan chinch. The ban
quet will be setved bj the Clnlstlau
Geoige Robeits Is visiting ills sister
Mrs. Chllds is visiting telatlves In
Mlddletown, N. Y,
Fiank Miller was home ovet Sunday
fiom Wyoming semlnaiy
One week today will tell the stoty
in i elation to the tesult of tlio boiough
election Hveryone Is now foi tiling an
opinion, and Home aie veiy loud In ox
piesslng themselves, and a. veiv few
seem willing to back thelt opinion by
wagering money, One tiling evidently
Is ceitnln, that the fi lends of each of
the candidates ate wot king with a zeal
nioio noticeable In this election than
has ever befoie been seen. It would le
a veiy safe asset Hon In stating that
the cltbens will turn out and vote In
a linger number than has been known
for some time. The tnlk a few days
ago was on tax collector, but now It
lias changed to the question of the
next btttgoss. A veiy eat nest political
battle will be fought In the Second
wind between llcctoi Swlck and Will
iam Howe Mi. Swlck has nlieadv
setved one teim as councllninn and
the people are well avv.no of his abil
ity and intogilty, and know well what
stand h" would take If le-elected. Mi.
Howe l'ns never been In Hie council,
but his fi lends feel confident that lie
would In nothing wiong and would 'il
wajs woik foi the best Intel ests of the
peopl" If elected.
Thomas Solomon, who bus been In
Philadelphia, foi the past week, le
tuined home last night.
Mis. Samuel Sly, of Caibondale,
spent ysteulay with Mis. John Solo
mon. Miss Maggie Winter Is visiting at the
home or the Hev. A. W. Coopei, at
Mis i Hdith Vueate, who has been
vlsltlig in Prlcebutg, l etui nod home
Giac, daughter of Mi. and Mis
Theod'fie Townsend, of Bacon stieet,
is qul'e sick with measles
Mis Blackwood and Miss Zang, of
Sciatton, suent Sundaj with Mis. Go
mel Tavls, at the powder mills
Thr funeral of the little child of Mi.
and Mis Jacob Moon, of II stieet, took
place- jesteiday. Intel ment was made
In tf Jermjn cemeteij.
Doctor P. C. Manlej has been re
quested to deliver a seiies of lectin es
on 'inatomj belotc the muses of the
Cariiondalo hospital. He gave a seiies
oti the same subjectdwo jeats ago and
ep"( ts to commence the second seiies
on Thuisdav evening.
Mis John Muldoon, of Hast Side, who
lias been 111 foi seveial dajs, is linpiov
ing. Miss Cora Van Tassell, assisted bv
Willlim Stuart, James Fianels Hajes
and otheis will give an entei talnment'
consisting of scenes fiom classical plajs
and uiainallc leadings in Hnteipilse
hall tomoitow evening.
County Supeilntendent of Schools
Piofcssor J C. TajlOi was a callei In
Mi. Vlctoi Petetson, supeilntendent
of the Hile mines 'at I'oiest City, was
In tow n jebtetdaj'.
Hev. Mr. Ball, of Olj pliant, conduct
ed sei vices in the Pilmllive Methodist
chinch on Sundaj'.
Mi. Hichaid Gendall, a student at
W joining seminal j', ai lived home last
evening quite sick with the giip.
Susie, daughtei ol Mt. and Mis Ch'as.
Davis, of Second street, la sick with
Yesteulaj afternoon 'Squiie Helmes,
at the Instance of Ruth Thomas, issued
a wan ant for the an est of Chailes
Thomas, ol Olyphant, het husband, on
a compluint of deeitlon Constable
IIole went to Olj'phant and seived the
wan ant. Thomas went befoie 'Squlte
Cummings and furnished bail in the
sum of $JO0. Djv id G. Jones became
Mi. John Met t lam j-esterdaj put chas
ed the propertv tented bj Hon Dai low
ft out Fiank Homelilght
A sutpiNe pattv was tendeied Ml.
and Mis Thumps Solomon by a number
of Prckvllle fi lends at thelt home on
Main stieet last evening, and a veiv
pleasant time enjoved Those present
weie. Mi and Mt-. John Dav, II. AV.
Peck. G L Glial d, William Lewis, Hai
lj' Guai d, Willis Kiugg, Misses Mai
gaietta Williams, Htta Peck, Claia
Giuid, Ida Sampbon, Nettle Collins.
A KG 1115 A LD.
Misses Gieelej and Mcllale, of Pitts
ton, ate visiting f I lends bete.
The funeial of the late Michael 11c
Andiew, which took place in Pittston
on Satuiduj" afternoon was attended
by not less than twenty lebldents of
John P Keainty, of the Habt Side,
was in Scranton jebteidaj.
The Hose company will conduct a
gland ball in rather Mathew Hull to
muitovv evening. Tbej' have made
elaboiate piepaiatlons lot It and it
will be one of the events of the beabon.
It will be attended by several Hie com
panies fiom out of town.
The annual donation of the German
Lutheian consiegatlon will take place
on Monday evening, Feb. 15.
School Dliector Heniy Myeis, whose
leg was broken a lew weeks ago, Is
The fune'nl of the late Mis. John
J Mellule, of the Hast Side, took
place jesteidaj' morning. The re
mains weie taken to St Thomas'
chuich, where nt 10 30 o'clock a high
mass of tequleni was solemnized
Dutlng the seivlce, Father Mcllale,
the celebiant of the mass, pleached
an imntesslve seiinon, tefeiiing In
piopei teims to the good chat actor of
the deceased and the manj' excellent
ntti Unites that made her a model
mother and fijend The lomnlns weie
lntei ted In tin Catholic cemeteiy The
pall-beaieis weie P J and M V Muu
ley, William II. and Keian Biomian,
Anthonj Banett and J. A Dougher
The funeial was veiy large Mis
Mcllale Is sill v Iv ed by hei father, her
husband and seven chlldien She was
the only child of Patiick Gen Ity, one
of the oldest lesldents of Hie Hast
Side, and was known and lespeeted by
a. huge circle of filends
Revival meetings were held last week
at the Methodist chuich and much In
terest wns manifested Mis Polfet, of
Blnghamton who Is nn earnest work
ei, assisted In the seivlces last week
Sundaj evening thev weie assited by
membeis of the Railioad Young Men's
Causes full) lull tlio sickness in tlio world. It
retains the digested food too long in the bowels
and produces biliousness, torpid liver, hull-
gusllon, bad taste, coated
tongue, sick headache, In
somnia, etc. Hood's Tills
cure constipation mul nil Its
results, easll) uud thoroughly, ssc. All druggists.
Prepared b) C. I. Hood & Co, Lowell, Mass.
The ouly l'llls to take with Hood's barsaparllla.
Chilstlnn association of Scranton, who
came up Sunday evening In a special
cur. The chut eh was ciowded to Its
utmost capacity, and some were un
able to get In. Rev. II. 11. Wllbltl, of
Fnotoijvlllo, was ptesent lust evening
11 id assisted.
Mis. Hllsha MeKlnney Is quite 111.
Di. H. N Webb, of Jetsey City, was
the guest of Mi and Mrs. H. F. John
son ovei Sunday.
R. D. New tun, of Montiose, was n
callei In town Mondny.
The Tilbuno herewith presents the
potttnlt of Thomas J Hughes, the
Republican cnndldate for auditor. Mr.
Hughes Is a piomlslng joung man,
and has been a lesldent of this tow.'i
for the Inst twenty-live jeais, and Is
THOMAS J. IHTGIinS.
fully entitled to the ofllce which ho Is
now seeking If elected lib would
make an excellent auditor, as he has
the ability and qualification necessaiy
fot the duties of the olllce.
Councilman John H Roche, uf Scran
ton, was hole on business jesteiday.
James Hoffnci, of Scianton, called
on Taj lor filends on Sunday,
The membeis of the Licknwanna
Valley lodge, No. 11,1, ate tequested to
meet this afternoon at 12 30 o'clock, nt
thelt hall to attend the funeial of their
beloved bi other, Thomas A. Williams,
Joseph Rogeio, of Gleat Bend, spent
Sundaj- with his parents, Mi. and Mrs.
Thomas Rogeis, of High stieet.
David Williams, of Hyde Park, was
a Taylor v Isltoi on Sunday evening.
This moining the funeral of the late
Mis. William Biay, of Pilcebuig, will
occur. Sei vices will be conducted at
12 o'clock in the Presbj terluti chuich
of tills place. Rev. Chailes Jones, of
Nantlcoke, will otllciate.
The pupils of the No. !) class ol the
Methodist Hplscopal church, of which
Mis F. A. King is teacher, will give
an entertainment on Fliday evening
at the chuich. An excellent proginmme
Is being piepaiod for the occasion
The Independent Social Club w 111
conduct their tegular weekly social
this evening at Webei's link.
Mr. and Mis. James M Thomas, of
Hyde Patk, visited 'this place on Sun
Notice appealed in The Tilbune yes
teidav announcing the death of Thos.
Williams. The luneial will becut this
afternoon at 2 o'clock fioin his late
home on the Flats. Set vices will be
conducted at the Calvaty Baptist
chinch. -Rev. Di. II. II. Hauls will
W C. Cowles, the well-known haid
waie dealei, of Piovldence, was a caller
In town yesterdaj-.
Red Jacket lodge, Independent Older
ot Odd Fellows, Is contemplating put
ting up file escapes to thelt hall
Fiank Gatdnei, of Gteen Ridge, was
visiting his patents heie Sundaj'.
Thomas J. Bevun, a fonner student of
Kev stone academy, fell down u shoit
lliglit ot steps Into the cellai at the
home ol his lather in Hjde Paik last
Satuiduj- citteinoon, and fiattured his
skull, so that he died fiom the injuij'
Sundav aftei neon at J 15 o'clock
Mis Benjamin Allen and son, of South
Scianton, have i etui tied to their home
alter vlstlng lelatives in this place.
The smallest man in the "neck ot the
woods" Is the one who a few dajs ago
celebiated his twentj -fifth annlveisaij
b piesentlng his wile with a lew jatds
of cotton cloth, with which lie debjted
hei to make him a shlit.
Up at Nicholson it is said thev even
lush the "glow lei" in tlio public schools
But eveij thing goes in some towns.
Oscar Wolf, ol the United States Hx
ptess companj, was In town j'estei
daj The shooting match between Nlchrl
soii and Dalton Gun clubs did not ma
teilallze last Satin da j, owing to Nlch
oKon s non-appeal ance.
Hifeht oi ten of out leading bpoitsmen
hied themselves ovei to Tuiikhunnock
cieek last Saturdaj' fot the puipose of
hooking fish thiough the ice. They le
tuined about two o'clock a soi tow fill
Our firemen are having plenty of op
pottunltles of late to demoustiatethelr
ability as fire-flghteis Last Satuiday
morning at 0 30 the alatin of lite was
sounded foi the second time during tl.e
week and il was discovered that the
cieameij' was on fite. In about thtoe
minutes the fiienien weie at the file and
had a stteain on the llames which
weie soon extinguished. The fireoilg
Inated In the ioof of the engine house,
and but foi the piompt aniv il of the
flieincn, the whole stiuctuie would have
,rrmm'i AY A 7 I I V
WmMw I Av
Today Starts the Greatest Shoe Sale Ever Heard of.
Look at the Bargains.
Men's Fine Patent Leather Shoes worth $4.00,
Cut to $2.48
Men's Fine Calf Shoes, lined, worth $3,00,
Cut to $1.98
Men's $2,00 Shoes, all toes, Cut to $1.39
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Cut to $1.39, $1.98, $2.48, $2.98
Ladies' Knitted Slippers, Cut to 59c
Call and .see the Window Display and Sec the bargains.
soon been In tulns. The damage will
not exceed fifty dulltus.
Laugstaff Hose company held a spec
ial meeting Inst night to transact 'oino
new bunlness and to welcome about slx
tecm new' menibeis.
Red Jacket lodge, Independent Older
of Odd Follows, will eolebiate t hell fot-ty-lt'st
nnnlvcisary next Fliday even
ing, Fob, 12 A banquet and cutei tain
tnent will be pait of the evening's pio
gtainme. All nienibeis and thuli wives
ot Indv friends aio Itu lied.
The Brjant Llteraij society will give
an entertainment next Satuiday even
ing. Mts. Mertltt Thompson, ofVoteen
Ridge, visited her son, Geoige Cobb, of
this place lust Ftlday.
The homo of Mr. nnd Mis Geoig1
Tiffany, on Hlckuiy stioet.was the scene
of a plousant gatheilng on Ftlday
evening, the occasion being a sut prise
patty for their diughtei, Miss Hulah
The filends who had at tanged the sui
pilse foi Miss Tillanj had also pie
paied n plogi-iinmo of entei talnment
foi tlio evening Upon entei lug the
hall each ladv and each gentleman
weie given a piece of llbbon Aftei the
wiap.s wete temoved the gentleman
sought the fait ones who possessed the
mutes to thelt pieces of libbon and
made themselves especially agieeable.
Lutel In the evening each gentleman
was given a square of cloth, a needle,
thread and a suppli of buttons. The
who sewed upon the cloth within ti
specified time the gieatest numbei of
buttons was to bo the leclulenl of a
handsome piesent All. llnny Peck
was the wiiinei Miss Ll?le Mojles, ot
Scianton, Mi. Hlmer Swingle and Mr.
Willis King weie among the successful
contestants foi other pi Ires. Reftesh
tntnts were seived. Those pre-ent weie
the Misses Htla Mojle and LlzJe Mojle,
of Scianton; Guitiudo Simmons, ot
Rendhain; Maine Budd, of Foiest Cltj :
Mrs. Thomas Solomon, of Jeiniyn;
Misses Lena Baines, Claia Gaid, Ada
Hopfer, Maud Treveiton, Beitha Peck,
Anna Sands, Addle Swingle, Htta Peek,
Annie Sands, Ida Thomas, Louise Mace,
Stella Wndeman, Nellie Glanvllle, Nel
lie Peck, Kate Dodson, Lillian Peck,
Alice Bell, Agnes Uell, Blanche Tayloi,
Rebecca Govnt, Jessie Hoireckei, Jennie
Williams, Sr-phip siinpl.itis, Mr. and
Mis Maple Bell Messis. John Gaul
Ed. Baines, A. F. Klrei, II. W. Peck,
Hany Gaul, Hlmer Robeits, Hd. Betts,
Fied Ben j, Geoige Roberts, Hdmund
Williams, Walter Peck, Leonaul Slmp
klns, Willis King, Mait Sltgraves Hd
LoOklln, Raj Wademan, Thomas Glo
vei, Geoige Locklln, Albeit Chapman
Calvin S. Peck and Mis. Z P. Travis
returned home last evening after a few
dajs' visit with relatives at Lee, Lu
The funeial seivlces ovei the lemalns
of the late Wellington A Tajloi will be
held fiom his ieslder.ee on North Main
slreel this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Intei
ment will be made at Union cemeteij
All membeis of Otlenta1 Star lodge,
Fiee and Accepted Masons, will meet
at the Ledjard hall at 1.50 shaip this
atternoon to attend the tuneial. All
membeis belonging to the fiateinllj Of
othet lodges ate Invited to attend.
Mis E. A. Wan en Is quite seiiouslj
111 Hei son, Mi. McGulre. of Roches
ter, N. X., has been summoned to hei
bedside. Another son, also of Roches
tei, Is on a sick bed and unable to
Nelson Dcrshlnier Is itoported sick
with the tjphold fevei. He ijnie
home liom "vVjomlng seinlnaij' one
week ago, but It was thought that it
was only a slight attack of gilp He Is
doing as well as could be expected
Our schools gave a ct editable entei -talnment
on Ftlday evening, which
was thoioughlj- enjoyed by a latge
audience. The following ptogiamme
w lendeied: Singing, school; decla
mation, "Fatal Duck," Mam Ice Dean,
recitation, "No Sects In Heaven,"
Dalsj' lUchauls; dialogue, "The
Changed Housewife" Charles Page,
Noima Deckel, Geitiude Thompson,
Geoige Smith and Floj d Finn, letlta-
tlon, "John Maynaid," Paul Well,
lecitation, "The New Chinch Organ,
Giace Puidj; lecitation, "Little Blos
som," Bessie Whitney, vocal duet, Ida
Jennings, Nonna Deckel , medlej,
Candace Smith, Allda Schoonover,
declamation, "A Pioblem," Rollln
Chailes; singing, school.
Skins on firo with torturing, disfiguring,
itching, burning, bleeding, scilj , and piiiiiilj
liumors, instantlj relieved bj a waun bath
wlthCi rtcLiiv. bow, aslnglo application of
Ciraiceitv (ointment), tlio greit akin curs,
aud a full doso of Cimcuuv ltiOM nT.
Ii.olrtthrouchoutthcworld.roTTlltD 4C CoEl-.'ila
lrops , Ilobton How to Cure lorturiJB Ilumora, 'free.
DflDVIO CIIW Scalpanil Hair purified onrl llcau-
307 Lackawanna Ave
Celotnntoil foi Its groat loivenliic strength
mid lioiiltliriiln.'SH. Assutos tlio fool ncniiMt
nlumandnll forms or luhtltotntluu common
to th tlienp Lrindi
I.OV At. 1IVKIMI I-OWIirillO, XI W VOUK
NO MASSACRE AT CRETE.
The l,oss oi l.Ui Small nod There
us io I'luiiili ring.
London, Tob S. In the lioute ot com
mons todaj Right Hon Ueoigo N. Cili
7011, undei HHiotnij foi fotelgit aftalts,
stutid that the Illinois of a massacio
In Ciete weie unfounded It was ti no
theie had been some In lug theie, but
the loss of lite had been sninll Din
ing the ill lug, he said, the Tuiklsli
tioojis aie leiunted to have conducted
themselves In an oomplai j mannoi
and thole was liiaetlcallj' no plundei
ing. Mi. Cut 7011 said that 5,000 lefugees
had embanied ftom Canea and that
place was uol iieiieetlj quiet. Astheia
had been a sennit of food lepoited at
Cunea the admiral In coiumund ot tl e
Ilrltbh Meditorianein squadion hail
sent a tioop ship with biscuits and
meat suilleieiit to feed 1200 pisoii3 loi
a foitnlght. Two thousand iefuee3
weie on boaid the UiitUh w at ships at
Caiuu, Mi. Cui7on said, and the last of
the fugitives weie taken off bv the Gie-
Lodge and Corporation Seals,
Rubber Stamp Inks, All Colors,
Dalers, Pads, Pockel Cutlery,
Razors, Strops, Padlosks,
Bicycles and Supplias,
Athletic and Gymnasium Goods,
222 WyomiJG AVENUi
MINING, DUSTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tho "Wapwallopsn Mill:;
Luzerne county, Pa , and at Wil
HENRY BEUN, Jf.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
liS WYOMINO AVRNUE. Scranton, P
Third National Bank Building.
THOS TOrtD Pittston. Pa.
JOHN B SMITH fi. SON, I'lymoutH Pa.
E W. JIULLIGN. WIIKos-Bane Pa.
Agents for tho Itepauno Chemical Com.
panv'b High Explosives
jn jr RS5SE3 i3 l 3 lir
We are not actually GIVING AWAY CARPETS,
but we are selling them at astonishingly low prices,
and you can select from the most complete stock in
Scranton. No odds and ends. NEW GOODS, LAT
EST DESIGNS, MOST ARTISTIC PATTERNS, every
grade and price represented. All goods purchased
now will be STORED FREE OF CHARGE.
Compare our prices and quality and CONSULT
YOUR OWN INTERESTS by making your selections
while the present low prices prevail.
Carpets and Draperies.
0p?o?"minnKHuc5.4. 408 LACKAWANNA AYENUE.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
431 LACKAWANNA AVI2.
FOR THIS WEEK IN
MISSES' II CHEN'S JACKETS
MO LADIES' COATS, CAPE5 AND SUITS.
Such bargains ns wc offer this -neck
nic worthy of out attention. It means
line grade goods at about one-third
the cost of manufacture.
The follow in? may ilc you a little
ideft of home of the bargains :
Otto small lot of Misses' nnd
Children's Uonts, assorted
An elegant Hondo Coat,
half silk lined, shield front,
stylish eolhu. Season's price,
0.00. now .'
A Fine Curl Persian Cloth
Coat, latest cut. lined
Ihioiighout with IlhiMliune
silk. Season's prlco $10.00,
An elegnnt French Cater
pillar Coat, lined throughout
with silk Sold in the sett- &K (Q
bou for 5-1G.00, now' . jJJ.i0
A beautiful nssottment of
Keisey Coats, soiuo silk lined
tiirougiinut und sonic half
lined. Season's pi ice, $3.00
and 10.00, now
Z. WEINGART, Prop'r.
We want all the people
to know what hundreds of
our customers know, that
we have punctured pneu
matic prices, that our
goods are seasonable, that
our prices reasonable, and
that nobody is asked to
take an unsatisfactory
garment from our store.
213 Wyoming Avenue.
C-Z Iv. r4 -'
What Sarah Bernhard sny.
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