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TIIE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MOUSING, ITEITRUARY 13, 1897.
NEWS AND GOSSIP
Uricf Mention of What Is Doing In the
WEEK FEATURED BY MANY PARTIES
An Absoncu or I'orinul unci l-nrgc
I'voiits lint n Surluit of Snmllcr
(:iilullcs---l,nuij;rniilis of lnst
1'roscnt and I'uliiro i:cnts--Somc
fifr-s. IT. I'. Simpson save nn euchre
matinee yesterday. About sixty Indies
vvero prcbunt dcsylto the atutin. The
BtiPMts weie: Mm. "V. "V. Sciniiton,
MKs I'atke, Mis. F. II. KlnRsbury, Mis.
Jump's Archliald, Mis. A. M. JXel;or,
Mis A. IT. Stuns, Mis. Ibiiac Post, Mm.
li O Lunar, Mrs. K, W. Aichhald,
Mis J IX Dlmmlek, Mis. T. II. Wat
kins, Miss 1'lntt, Mrs. N. Y. I-eot, Miss
Aiidoison, Mis. L I. Puller, Mrs. C.
H. Weston, Mrs. T. P. l'oniunn, Mis.
Joseph Mott, Mis. W. J. Hi own, Mrs. C.
X,. Pipy. Mis. II. IJ. "Ware, Mis. PranU
llu Jlonslmw, tho Misses Men 111, Mis.
II. M. Hull's, Mis. W. J. Hand, Miss
"Wlnton, Mrs. C. U Parke, Mis. F. 1).
-ilctinvviin, MlhS Hflln, Miss Clim lotto
Hand, Mis. J C. Von Sloich, Miss Hi-y-nolds,
Mis. Hiphaid Matthews. Mis.
A 11 Ohilsty, Mis.W. A. Culeinnn, Mits
Hhn Hand, Mis N. O. Holier tson, the
Misses Uiynolds, Miss Matthews, Mis.
A J Council, Miss Howell, Mis. C. V.
Slmi.s.m, Mis H. C. Sliafer, Miss Alice
Matthews, Miss Coleman, Mips J'loise
(311m He. Mis. II. W. KhJKhbuiy, Mis
"W T. Smith, Mis. Willi.un Matthews,
the Missis Cotirsen, Miss 1'vol.vn Oll
iniiip. Mis. W. 11. JcHsun, jr., Miss
Louise Matthews, Miss Harlan, Mis.
P II Jetmyn, Mrs. a. P. ciiilllth, ji.,
Mrs. G. H. Jeniiyii, Jr.
Thursday nl&lit was ladles' nlfilit at
the Sdaiiton Whist club looms when
eljiliuiii p.iits paitltlpated In the play,
oinpiss whist. Mis.. J. 15. Owens, and
"U J Hiow'n Made the highest ninth
nnd south scotu, and Miss 'Hale and T.
H. Pali led tho east and west play
irs. The othe'i pairs vveio: Noitli and
south, Hr. nnd Mis. C. H. J'ailce,
Mi and Mis. S. T. Haes, Mr. and Ml fa.
luprne Heeley, Mis. Puller and J. S.
Kilkpatikl:, Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Al
bach, Mis H. H. Jeimn nnd T. H.
Otis, Mi and Mis. C. 15 Penman, Mis.
Wind and Mis. 'Wade; east and west,
Mr and Mrs. P. A. Hlnteimelstor, Mis.
W. J Hi own and .T. W. JjusenJiury, Mr.
inl Mis. FianU Okell, Mis. H .1. P.ir
l.dt and C. H Wndo, Mis. J. S. Kiikpat
rl. k .111111'. It. Puller, Mis. C. It. Puller
and Thomas Hvans, Mi.'anil Mis L. O.
Laliar, Miss Hiadley and II. S. Jtubln-
The rmncll Olee Club will give a con
eit hi'ie Mai th 1, to be followed by a
pi option, piobably at the Scianton' Hl
I tl He
Judge 31. "W. Arehbald attended Inst
night s banquet ol the Young Men's
Itppubliunn club o AVilllainspoi t at the
3I.it -1 Updefitaft" and lesponded to tho
toast, "Politics and the Haw." John
A nnamnkor and Ma) or AVarw ick, of
Philadelphia, weie nmiine the speakcis.
RltPii of the Noi th Hint's promi
nent jmitiK miuried people lecently ni
Kanlzcd the Dime Huelne club, a social
assi ssment oiganization whose; ieenue
nt the end of the winter will be deoted
to a dinner at tho Hotel .Tennjn. The
inembiiH aie: Mr. and Mis. P. M.
VnndliiiK, Mi. and Mis. W. H. Andui
fcon, Mr. nnd Mis. D. H. Atheiton, Mr.
and Mrs. S. It. Ilenwood, Mr. and Mis
IT. 3 J. Grimn, Mr. and Mis,. C. .1. Gil
lespie and Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Von
St' ich. They played last night at the
Iiuine of Mr. and Mis. Atheiton.
A 'seiman will be Riven Tuesday
nieht nt tho Countiy cluli lodge. The
chapi rones will bo Mis. N. (.!. Itob
eilson and Mib. 12. 13. Jermyn.
Xol a fow of tho prominent society
Bids aii out of the city. Miss AVelles
and Miss Arehbald uie at New Yoik
city, Miss Hunt at Tienton, Miss Simp
son at Piovldenee, It. 3 , and Mits Au
gusta Arehbald at Pateison.
Tho luncheon given by Mis. IT. M.
Holes Thuibday was an elaboiale af
fair. Of tho eighteen ladles pic-ent
maily all were ot the young mauled
Mr. and Mrs. 32. 35. Sturges, Miss
Stuijrts and Miss "Waterman, of South
pott, Conn., hao loft for a six-months'
tilp to i:gpt.
Mr. and Mis. T. 31. AVatklns entcr
tainid a paily of young people Monday
ovining at the lodge ot the Country
cluli in honor of Miss Downs, of CJer
mantown. Tho guests weie: Misses
33Uin, Augusta Aichbald, I21I-abeth
How ill, Hunt and Paike, and Theodoio
Pullii, A. O. Hunf, James Hlair, Jr.,
Seldtn 3Cingsbuiy, Paul Bulin and John
Miss' 33ale, of Qulncy avenue, will
gie a tea tomonow.
The spinl-monthly meeting of "Tho
Splnstois" was held In the apaitments
of Mrs. Tiederick S. Godfiey at the
3fuM Jermyn on Thui.sday afternoon.
The club discussed the woik lor the
c'liinlng month and have planned to sow
for the children's ward ot tho 3ncka
"wanna hospital. "Tho Spinsters" have
issued invitations for a cluulty danco
at tin 35icycle club house on tho e cit
ing of the 22d of Pebuuiiy, at which
tluy nnd their guests will appear in
Martha "Washington eostumes.
Tho mnriiago of the Venerable Itev.
Daniel AA'ebster Coo, of Alden, aich
deacon of the Scianton nichdeacoury of
the Central Pennsylvania diocese of
the Piotegtan Hplbcopnl chuieh, and
Miss Plot once M. Lathi op, of Monti ose,
took place, "Wednesday noon nt Mont
rose In St. Paul's chuicli. Itev. 33r. II.
X Jones, of St. Stephen's palish,
AVllkes-Hane, nnd Itev. H. A. AVar
ilner, of St. 3'aul's, oiriciated. The
bride is of an old northeastern Penn
sylvania faintly and daughter of the
late Afcur Lathi op. Sho was piesented
(it tho altar by her uncle, Hudson It.
Lathi op, and wns unattended pave by
Iter C-year-oid niece, Ploience Couit
Uglit. The usheis weie fiom Miss
Lathi oil's Sunday school class. Itev.
James AV. AVnre, of Ifingston, nttended
Dr. Coxe. A wedding bieakfust was
seived at tho homo of Mrs. John S.
Courtiight, the lirldo'B sister. Vv. and
Mrs. Coxn will bo nt home at Alden
after the 25th of this month.
Caids hnvo been issued for a danc
ing paity to be given by Miss Miugatet
Tony nt the Home of her mother on
Adams avenue Fildny night, li;u. 19.
Tho wedding of Miss Loulso Do Munn
nnd Attorney H. S. Alwoith took place
Thuisday noon at St. Luke's chuieh.
A liffl v08?P v
MRS. RUSSELL, A. ALGER,
AVifo of thu Coming Sccietnry of War.
Dotiolt, Mich., Feb. 12 Mrs. Itusioll A
Algei, wife of the earning societal of
war in .the McKlnlcy cabinet, Is will
known In Detiolt for her amiabllltv and
Koodiicxs of lipait. She Is a hostess of
ihiinniiig niniinei, wide hopltnllt and
Iniiuto giaee that mnke tor pnv of her
guests pii firth U homo while tlnilei her
ioor. In thu balboom oi In hci own homo
Mix. Algti always makes hei preimo
filt. Tliu AIkh.s hine bcin rolvinost in
Ddiolt' soilotj and the functions at tho
Algol house lne been pionuilliccd the
lust and nib'st elabointe In Detroit. Jlis.
Algti will llild a eoiiKenlal Held foi hur
sociil pioilhltles in Washington, wheie.
as wife of Hip minister of war, she will
llml ample expansion foi hei social na
tuie. Mis. Alget, wlille dul appreciating
Mis. 32. G. Com sen gae a piogies
sho cuiclne mutlnee on Thuisday.
About loity ladles were piesent.
Miss Mnigniet Hentley was bildos
maid and A. AV. Hlnndln best man The
usheis weie G. M. Pleice. H. J. Harth
old, Pied Hdwaids and Pied 12. Heers.
The lectoi, Itogeis Israel, olllclated.
Tho Scianton Tuin A'eioln gave its
thirtieth annual musqueiade ball Jlon
daj night in its hall on Scnenth avenue.
Two special .dancei weie given befoie
the lioui for unmasking. One was an
African wui dance by eight of tho ac
tive Turneis. 32dwaid I21sele, A'ictot
Nolh, Josejih McDonald, AVIlllam and
ITeniy Voikioth, Theodore Hell), A.
Ilenne and Chuilcs Motaska. A Mow
er dance was given by the following
young ladles. Misses Maiy Poacher,
I2mma McAithui, Itose Ulatter, Lena
Hobinton, Jennie Noth, Hminii I'it
tack, Mina AVelcher, Miss Schnell,
Freda Vocktoth, Annie and I2mma
Giaeber and Miss lleffei linger. The
committee in chaige of the ball weie:
Louis Noth, Adam A'otkroth, John
Schneider, Henry Vockioth, ji., John
U. Schwenker, Call Staiber.
A suiptlao paity was tondered Mis.
J. H Itoche, of Sll Capouse uvenue,
Thuisday by a number of friends.
Mrs. Sanford 3taisley. of AVnshlng
ton avcrrue, entei tallied in honor ot her
sister, Miss Hoolman, a paity of ladles
A sin prise paity was given for Miss
Mai Ian Smith AVednosday evening nt
the home ot her aunt. Mis J. It. Comp
ter, of 231 Franklin avenue.
Tho members of tin Calvary Ite
foiined chinch gave Mis. Welsh, the
pistol's wife, a genuine suipiise on
the occasion of the anniveisaiy ol her
birthday. Theie weie about llfty who
came laden witli good things and a de
teimination to spend a pleasant even
ing. They piesented her with a hand
some uinnei .set, uesiues wnun sue
also received many piesonts. The pai
ty was held at the paisonage, 71S Gib
The cleiks of the Lackawanna Iron
and Steel company stoic gave u dia
inutic entei tnlnment and ball Tues
duy nlsht at Kxcelslor hall.
Tho engagement Is nnnouneed of 32.
13ojd WolUel, fonneily of this city,
and Miss Fannie 12 van, both of 'Phila
delphia. A smoker was given Tuesday even
ing by the Scianton lodge of 121ks.
A childien's paity was given Monday
by Mi. and Mis. 12. V. Jones, of Noith
Hyde Park avenue, lu honor or the
eighth bii thday of their daughter, Eliz
Caids have been Issued announcing
the nmirlago of Miss Sniah Fiances
Huidick and II. AV. Cross, of Albany.
Miss Hurdick Is the daughter of J. W.
Bui dick, geneial passenger ngent of
the Delawaio and I3udson Canal com
pany. Tho mniilago of Miss Annie Ginham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gia
ham, of Kynon stieet, nnd John Foul,
of Third stieet, took place AVednosday
afternoon in St. Patrick's chuieh. Itev.
D. A. Dunne olllclated. The brides
maid was Miss Helen IColly, of I2ynon
stieet, and tho giooinsnian Pierce Pui
cell, of the South Side. '
Mis. Antoinette Hlchmond enter
tained a family gatheilng at tho fam
ily residence on AVednosday in
honor of the seventy-seventh birth
day of her mother, Mis. 3' A. Snydei.
Those present weie: Mr. nnd Mis. N.
12ngllsh, of Caibondale; air. and Mts.
A. Holmes, Mrs. Q. 12. Holmes, Mr. and
Mis. P. F. Snyder, and son, Milton,
of Jermyn: Mi. and Mis. AVIlllam Mil
lar, of Dalton; Mr. and Mis. Snyder,
Mrs. Caiollne Nicholson, Mr. and Mis.
A. II. Haitwick and daughter h, Caio
llne and Laurancn, Mis. Cat lie Moyer
nnd sons, Martin and Untold, Mis. G.
AV. Lloyd and son, Leonard, Mis. H. AV.
Mills and Lulu Iliclimnnd.
A suiprise paity wag tendered John
Hoffman, 'outside foiemnn of the
Hampton inlnoAVedrresdny evening.
Tiro tnairlage of Mnik Moian, of
AVrst Mniket street, and Miss Mary
lloiau, of( Kpyser avenue, took place
Monday afternoon, nt Holy Hosary
chuieh. Tlev, N. J. MeManus olllclat
ed, The bildesmald was Miss H, Ger
ilty arrd tiro gioomsmuti Michael Ho
The AVest Side wlr,eclpion have start
ed n movement to obtain new qunrteis.
The present rooms on South Main ave
nue are not commodious enough and it
the initio of society and Its pleasuies, Is
an thing but ostentatious She injojs
lt is.mt asKochttlons, and makes no se
en t of hei pleasuie In thnt texppct. At
the samp time she Is not unconscious of
the fact that theie Is sulTorlng in the
wot Id, and sho Is chailttible to a tnult. In
this chui it tcrlstlc she Is mole than 10
enforced b Geneial Algol, whose kliul
niss Is iioeibIil This pall aie happy
In theii own iilllnltj a hnpplntss that is
accentuated bj a mutual ills)osltlon to
make lnlghtei all lives that touch their
own. JIis Alger's fai e Is famllhu to the
suffiilng pool, and she Is n well-known
llguie In ititnin sections of the city wheie
the foituiiate In life's stiuggle nio seldom
si en. A billllunt social i.ueir undoubt
edly awaits the wife of tho future socie
tal) of wai lu Washington.
Is not convenient to icacli them, as
they aie situated on the second lloor.
A possible location Is net thelrospltal
on Jackson stieet.
On AVednosdiy afternoon Miss Katie
McNamai.i, of Pi Ice stieet, and Pat
rick Country, of Ilveiett avenue, weie
mm lied nt St. Patrick's chinch b
Itev. D. A. Dunne. Miss Anna Lavolle
was bildesmald. Stephen Cat toll at
tended tiro groom.
Miss Alice Gieen, of Hlnghaintoii, Is vis
iting Wist Side fi lends.
Coloni 1 12. JI. Hippie was In Ilnrtlsbuig
dining the middle of tho week.
Louis Spiout, of Mtine, J'a , Is In the
ilt.v for a few daj s visiting friends
Mrs J'. W. Koss, of lioston, Ins re
turned home fiom a West Side visit.
Mr. John T. Howe has returned home
after a siveial weeks' visit In Blakelv.
.Mis W. Iv. Coimell and hei slstei, Mis
T J. Ji'oster, ale visltnlg in Philadelphia.
Mis. John It. Pan attended the govii
noi's reception In Harrlsburg Tuesday ev
ening C. M. 1'loiey returned jesterdiy from a
three dajs' visit to tho New Yoik citle
lion and Mis John F. Itev nobis were
In Harilsburg duilng the early part or
lit. Itev. ISIshop O' H.ua and Itev.
Allchacl loftus spent Tuesday lu Wllkts
Uuie. Miss Hattlo I2vnns, of Lafaotti street,
Is spi ruling a month with lelitives In
Conklln, N. Y.
Hon. Michael GUleian, of I.Tidvllle, Sul.
llvnn county, N, V was a Sciuntou vis
It. J. Utamish, JIuoi liailej's societal v,
has letuincd fiom a three days' visit in
New Yoik cits
Miss Agnes Millet has letiuned to Phil
adelphia ufti-i seveial weeks spent with
fi lends In this citv
Geoige McDonald, after spending sev
eral daj-, In this elt, leturned to New
Yoik citv Monday night.
Ml. and Mis Lew Mattes, Ambrose Mill
ley and Wllllum Mullej left Wednesday
for u tilp to the Jamaica Isl inds.
Miss Mabel Wilght, of Ivlngston, has
been the guest or Miss Hdlth Softluj, ot
Mulbinj stieet, Toi the past tew das.
William II. Booth, who for the past
t went) -live )eai lias been lesldlng in
South America, is visiting fi lends In this
Willis Kemmerer and Hdwaul Hltten
bemkraie In New Yoik attending the bl
evtlo show being Jield lu Madison Square
John AV. Heed, of Dunmoie, and supei
Intendent ol all the I'enns) lvanla Coal
eonipaii) colllu-ies at Dimmote, left Wed
nedav foi a week's visit in Canada.
Manager John D. Mlshler, of Heading,
was iu this tit) dm lug the early part of
tho week and lepoited a vei) prosperous
theatrical businc-s for the season In
The following Seranton wheelmen are
In Now York attending the o)ele show:
Willis Kemmerei, Howard Jllttcnbeiuli i,
Htiri) A'un Horn, Hen JCellei, I'etei '.w
tllph, Cluiiles JCnlght nnd "Hill)" Mai tin.
Mls Agnes Mulone), of Minneapolis,
Minn , who has been visiting at the homo
of her aunt, AI13 McGiaw, of Sheinmn
avenue, left for New Yoik city Thursda),
where she is oinplo)nl as a milliner in one
of the lending mllllnci) establlsl'.nunt.
L H Stlllwell, oiiglnall) of Scianton,
assistant niJiuigei of the Westlnghouse
J21ectilc company at Plttsbuig, hus ac
cepted the position of elect! leal dliector
of theNlag.ua Light and Powei company.
His headiiuaiters will boat Niagara Falls.
JI. I' Morrison, a well known mining en
gineer of tills clt), Is on Prince 12dw aid's
Island, whoio he Is Inspecting the toil
and gold mines of Cape Hieton Last
week ho attended the convention of tho
Confedfiated Association of the Canadian
Mining I2nglneeis, held In Montreal.
On Monday wo close our sale of lin
ens and sheetings Now is the time to
buy. Meats & Hagon.
It is said that Sir Henry Irving con
templates a pioductlon of "Madame
Sans Gene," with Hllen Tony In the
title lole nnd himself as Napoleon. It
would ioein that Mr. Irving, though
ho might act the part, would be about
six inches too tnll to look it. It Is also
dlillcult to Imagine how Miss Terry
could look like a wash-woman.
When the Into Lester AVallack died,
In September, ISSS, ho left three sons
nnd a daughter, not one of w horn over
went upon the stage; and only one,
Aithur, ever had any tiling to do with
a theater in any capacity. It was sup
posed bv many, when tho nnmo of
AVaimck's theater was changed to
Palmer's, that tho name of Wallack
had disappeared forever fiom the the
atilcal business. Now, however, a
giandson and ginnddaughter have
Joined Mnignret Mather's company.
The gentleman's name Is John Lester
AVallack, and tho lady's stage name Is
Florence AVallack, Her leal name is
Sewell, she being the daughter of Les
ter Wallack's only duughter. The por
tialts of Mr. AVallack do not show him
to be ns handsome as was his giand
father, who for many yeais was con
sidered tho Uandsonlest man of his
AND RELIGIOUS TALK
ClironiclliiKs of Particular Interest
LUTHERAN MONEY APPORTIONED
Its Distribution Decided Itrcontlv nt
IInleton--Nev I'reslM tcrlnn 1'ns
tors Installcd--,1IculiiiK of thu Itnp
tiit l'ustors--Cliuieli Nows .Votes.
Directory of Tomorrow's Services
iu the Churches of the City.
Tho jubilee committee of the AA'ilkos
Haire conference of the 'Ilvnngollcal
Lutheinn Mintsteriuin of Fennsj lvanla
and adjacent states, consisting of ll"vs.
12. F. Hitter. West Hazleton; J. J.
Kunt, Fieeland, and J. II. Kuder, of
Lehlghton, appointed to apportion $11,
000 among tho congregation! of the con
ference ns their sliaie of the Jubilee
Hind of the synod, met lecently In West
HaiMiton. This eonfeience consists of
thlity-one mlnisteis, Ilfty-sK congie
gations and 12,100 communicant mem
bers, piinclpully In Carbon, Luzerne
nnd Lackawanna counties. The appor
tionment was made on the basis of
membership, wealth and llbeinllty. The
amounts assigned to the different par
ishes vniy tiom J2.1 to $l,aj0. The pas
tors have been Infoimed ns li their
lespectlve amounts, which ntc to be
gatliPied b the close of 1VJS. tho puhllec
.voar, when the synod will be 150 jcais
old. Itev. H II JSi lining, of AVhlte
Haven, is the tieasuior of tno Wllkes
Uatro eonfeience fund. The amount
collected is to bo applied as follows
One sixth to the synod and the balance
equally between Muhlenburg College
Aller.town, and thu Theological semin
al), Phil idelpbla, for the enlargement
ot their educational woik and tho pay
ment of hairassing debts. The celebia
tion ct the jubilee year will ceit.ilnly
tend to gieatly enluige the woik of
the Pennsylvania mlnlsleilum, which
wns Incieastd fiom six ministers and
about a dozen congregations to H2t
mlnisteis, Tnio tonaieiratlons and 120,000
communicant member & nt the piesent
Tho Bradley-Martin ball, over) body
knows what that was and wheie It
was held, created a deeti Intel est in
religious circles in tills clt) and es
pecially In tho Hplscopal chinch In
speaking about Itev. Di. Halnsfoid's
ruinous Invective ngninst the big func
tion, one Hplscopal minister in tills
city disclosed the not genet ally known
lnet that Dr. Itnlnsfoid spoke to his
own people, that the Hradley-Mni tin
family ate among his paiishloneis, and
hence lie was attacking the veiy foun
dation material that suppoited him
This Is, howevoi, not the Hist time
that the leveiend gentleman has fear
lessly stood in antagonism to tho toi
bks of the people to whom be pi caches
For this quallt) ho Is among the most
esteemed men In the American Hpls
The Hantlst Pastois' eonfeience will
hold its 1egul.11 weekly meeting Mon
day, Feb 15, at tho Invitation of the
pastor, Itev Thomas de Gruchy, In
the pailois of the Jackson Street Bap
tist chinch, beginning at 10 "0 a. 111.
The ladles ot the church will serve
dinner to the pastois fiom 12 to 1
o'clock. The foienoon session will be
uddiessed b) Hen J l. 12111s Theme,
"Is Christianity a Failure'.'" The af
ternoon session, beginning at I JO, will
be addressed b) Hev Joseph K. Dixon,
D D. Tills will be tlie Hist opportunity
of man) of the pastois to meet with
Biothei de Giuch) and to hear Dr.
Dion. An inter ostlrrg and inspiring
seivice is expected, and all the pastois
aie earnestly requested to be In at
tendance. "Gospel Meetings" was the topic for
discussion at Mondn)'s stated weekl)
meeting of Methodist ministers at Elm
Paik chinch The paper of the meet
ing was lead h Hev. Dr AV. G Simp
son, ot AVest Pittson. It wns dis
cussed by Hev Dr. C M Glllln, Hev
J H Sweet, Itev. A. P Chatlee, Hev
J. L. Race.
It has been definitely stated by Rev.
Di. Joseph K. Dixon, of the Penn Ae
nue Baptist chuieh, thnt he will not ut
cint the pastoiate of the Fiist (Di Ab
be t's.) chinch of Biooklyn. Dr. DIon
so notified the Brookl)rr congregation
recently. It Is not trrre, ns was le
poited, that he had given the congre
gation until Feb. 1 to make their call
unanimous. No conditions weie at
acbed either to the call 01 Its decli
nation. The mid-) ear convention of the AVo
men's Christian Tenipeiance unions of
Lackawanna and Luzeine counties
was held AVednosday and Thuisday at
the Fiist Presbyterian church, AVIlkes
Baue The attendance was large.
Mrs Louise S. Rounds, president of
the Illlonls union, nddicsed Wednes
dJ) night's gatheilng.
Rev AVIlllam J, Day was recently
installed as pastor of Rennet Piesb)
teilnn chinch at Luzerne borough Hev.
Dr. James McLeod, of this cit),
pleached the sermon. Other clergy
men who pniticipnted were Mr. Spa)d,
Rev. Di. N. G. P.uLe, Rev. Di. II. II.
AVelles and Rev. V. Von Kiug.
Tho Lackawanna Presb)teiy met at
the Fiist Piosbytoiiun church irr Pl)
rnoulh Tuesday atteinoon and accepted
Rev. Hbenezer Tlaek as pastor of the
thuich at that lilate Arrangements
Weie also computed foi ills Installa
tion which took place Wcdnesda) even
ing at 7J!0 o'clock. Rev. N G Paike,
I D., ot 3'Ittston, pi chided and pto
nounced the constitutional questions.
Rev. T. AV. Andeison, D. D., of the
Fiist United Piesbvteilan chinch, New
Yoik city, preached the soinron, Tlie
chaige to the pastoi was delivered by
Rev. D. Harrison, of Catasauqua, and
Lev. Ferdinand von Krug, of Kingston,
gave the chaige to the people.
RELIGIOUS NEWS NOTES.
Rev. AV. Stone, of St. Clement's
church, AVllkes-Hurre, Is incapacitated
for active work by Illness.
A sign lias been placed on the Jack
son Stieet Baptist church, giving the
name of chuieh and pastoi, Rev. Thos
The choir of St. David's Hplscopal
chuieh. under the leadership of Lewis
AVatcyn, shows marked signs of the
Rev H J. Balsley, of Trinity Hplsoo
pal church, Carbondale, hus accepted a
call to the pastoiate of St. T!nr)'s
Rev. D P Jones, of tho Tabernacle
Congiegational church, and Rev H. I.
Kvans weie In Bangor, Pa., Thursday
in attendance at thu funeiul of the late
Rev. tl. AV. Buck, piesldlng elder, of
Lewisburg, pleached In Tihrlty Unit
ed Evangelical chuieh, "Little Eng-
land," last night. The fourth quniter
ly confer encf' followed the meeting.
The Ladles' ntlxlllnr) of Calvniy Ro
fotmed chinch will hold nn oyster nnd
chicken und wnflle supper on Feb. L'5
Mis. Louise S. Rounds, state luesl
dent of the Illinois Woman's Christian
Temperance union, w 111 speak In the
Dunmoie Methodist 32plscopnl chinch
tumor row at 10 u0 n. in.
F. W. Pearsall, secretary of the Rail
toad Young" Men's Clulstlnn associa
tion, nsslsted Rev. J. 11, Sweet at the
revival services conducted this week
nt the Simpson Methodist Hplscopal
Rev. O, L Malce nnd Superintendent
Snnborn conducted a meeting nt the
Rescue Mission Thuisdny evening In
celebration of the mission's llfth anni
veisary. About 150 converts and their
friends nnd families weie piesent.
Rev. J. Russell, Jr., of AA'llllanispott,
will pi each at the Shllolr Baptist
chirr clr, 117 W)omlng avenue, over llul
beit's music stoic, Sunday, Feb. II
Subject, In the moiiilng, "Diffusion of
the Gospel;" )n the evening, "The Pilot
The mairlnge of Rev. A DoFonest
Duston, of Calvniy Hplscopal chinch,
North AVilkesTBane, and Miss Dooir,
of AVllkes-Baire, has been nnnouneed
to the Intimate friends of each. Miss
Dooir Is a member of a prominent
family in AVilkes-Baii
Professor Ha)dn Hvnns, who lecent
ly teslgned as cluulster of St. Pnt
ilck's church on the AVest Side, to nc
cont a like position at tlie Penn Ae-
nue Hnptlst church, entertained the
choir of the former Thuisday evening
at his home, 543 North Biomley avenue.
Communion sen Ices at thu Green
Rldgo United nvangellcal church nt
10 HO n m tomorrow. This will be tho
last quai teily meeting for the confer
ence )cni. Rev G L Malce, pastor,
will leave for eonfeience on Monday,
Match 1. Conference convenes at Cai
George A. Sanborn, superintendent of
the Rescue Mission, will nddioss the
men's meeting in tho Young Men's
Chiistlan association parlors at 3 45 i.
m. Sundny. The music w ill be 1 endei ed
under the leadership of C. M. AV.igar,
assisted by Chailes Doeisanr and AVIl
St Luke'" pirisb Rev Rogein Israel,
letter. Rev. ICdwaul J. Tluughton, as
sistant Si.Mli Suudn) alter Epiphany.
St Luke' J church, AV)omlng avenue,
7 30 a. rrr , bob communion, U 15 a. 111.,
Sitnda) oehool, 1J.30 n m., morning
pni or and stimuli, '1 M) p. m , evening
piuyir and seiinon.
St. Maik's, Dunmoie S a. m, holy
communion, 10 30 a. 111, Litany hoi)
communion and heimoii, 3 p rrr., Sun
dav siliool, 7.3u p. in, evening pra el
and i ei inon
St ileoige's, Olyplutut, Hdwaids lull
3 p. m Sundiv school, I p. 111., even
lnf, prayer and sermon.
Snrnt David's church, corner Jackson
stieet and South Biomley avenue Rev .
M II. Mill, lector. Septaiuealma Sun
day 10 30 a m., moi ning piavei and
sennon; i? 30 p. 111 , Sunday school; 7 30
p in evening piayer and sermon; Fri
day. 7 15 P in., evening piayer nnd ad
diess. All persons welcome at all set
v Ices , '
Jerin Avenue Baptist chinch Tlev.
Joseph K. Dixon, D D, pastor, will
in each at 10 30 n. 111 arrd 7.30 p. m
Subject of the mot ning, "Waiting to be
iliiod," anl in the evening, "Joseph,
the Prime Minister," the secorrd in a
series of Sumfaj veiling Minions on
"Joseph, Jewish Sliepheid Ugyptlan
Ruler " A sboi t, mspii ing song serv Ice
piteedes the evening sennon, led by a
cboitis of loitv voices u-idei the direc
tion ol Mr Ha)dn Evans, organist
Bible "-drool at 2 o'clock, and Aoung
People's meeting at C 30 You will bo
cordially welcomed nt all the sei vices
Come "lid enjoy with us.
Fiist Baptist churth, Scianton street
Rev. S. F. Matthews, pastoi. Sab
bath mm ning. preaching b) the pistor
Pravei meeting, 10 a. m, led bv James
Allen. Sabbath evening, pleaching by
the pastor, theme "Baptism" Theie
will bt baptism at the close of the sei
vice Bible school, 2 p m , Di lieddoe,
supeilntendent, Young Peoples piayer
meeting, 0 p m. All ale coidlall) In
vited. Gieen Ridge Baptist tliuuli Rev AV.
J Foul, pastoi. Sei vices at 10 30 a m
and 7.30 ji m. Sublett iu the- morn
ing, "True Neigbboillness," in the
evening, "Guilt) or Not Guilty"
JacKson Street Baptist chuieh Rev.
Thomas de Giucliv, 11.14101 Calendai
for Sunday, Feb 14 Mm ning sei vice,
pioachlng.it lOiO, topic,"Neuti.illty Jin
possible" Aftiinoon -ttvlee, I?ible
school at 2 p. in ; Continental pleaching
at J o'clock. Evening eivlce, pialse
and song service at 7 7 TO, jeiinon, top
ic, "Selfishness." S, Lord's supper and
hand of follow 'hip AVeek-dav notlies,
Monday business meeting, 7 30, Fidel
Ian society. Tuesday, Hantlst Young
People's union AVtdncsday, La lies'
Aid, 7 30, pi a) Ing band at the homo of
Bio Pftheiick. Noith Eveiett avenue.
Thursday, pialse and eonfeience, 7 .'0
Fildav, 7.30, AVoinPti's Missionai) pra)
er rnietlng, S, choir lehoarsal. Satui
dnv, ! '0 Industrial school
WaMlbuin Stieet Pi esbytci Ian chinch
Itev. John P Moffat, pastoi Sei vices
at JO '.0 a 111. and 7 30 p. in ; Bible school
at 1 in Junioi C'lnlstian 12ndeavor at
3 30 p m ; Senloi Clit Istlan Endeavor
at 0 20 p rn , piaver meeting AVeilnes
day at 7,30 p. m The pastoi will pi each
In the morning on "The Hidden Pact"
and irr tire evening on "Proirrotness in
Following Chi 1st."
Chi Istlan Alliance, 1431 Penn avenue
Pravtr meetiim at 9 a in , jrospol ser
vice fveiy Sunday nt 3 1", p 111 , led by
Rev AV F Mac Ai thin; meetings Tues
day at 3 and 7 30 p. m Meetings un
denomliritlr rial, al! invited.
Fiee Methodist will have pleaching
In Bali's hall Sunday at 1 p. 111 , coiner
Lifavette stitit nnd Main avenue,
Iljde Park All welcome. John C
Grace Re foi mod Episcopal c lunch.
AVvoinlngnven ic below Mulbeir) street
Divine wot ship, 10 30 n. m. and 7.30
p 111 ; Sabbath school, at 12 111 ; A'oun-j
People's Society of Chiistlan Endeavor
at 1130 p 111. Seats all fiee it oveiy
sei vice. Stitiiigets nlwavs welcome.
Preaching by the pastor at both str
vli es. Morning," AVltnessIng," Acts,
xxll JC: evening, "Tho Mnirlago
Suppei of the Lamb," Revelation, lx--1-10
The pastor conducts a weekly
union Bible cla'-s foi the study of the
Sabbath school lesson, Thuisdny even
ing at 7 45 o'clock. All welcome, Bilng
your Bibles with you.
At the Amerlrcn A'oluntcors, 31?
AA'asblngton avenue 11 1. m. holiness
meeting, 3 45 p m, united CluUtians
meeting, Sp in., great Salvation meet
ing, lid by the secictar) of the Young
Women's Christian association All
IJownul Place Africin Methodist
Eplsoopnl chinch Itev II. A Grant, B
D, jmstor. Subject of sennon foi 10 3d
a. m. and S p 111, "Tho Jtev elation of
Jesus Cliilst," 2.r0, Stinda) school, 7 p
m , Chi Is tliirr Endeavor
Trinity Lutheinn chinch Rev Edwin
Limn Mlllei, pastoi. Septuugeslmn
Sundny. P.ev. A. L. Ramei, Pli D
lutaclies at 10 30, and the jmstor at
Petorhbutg English Mission, Cross
stieet Testimonial irreetlnsr at 3, gos
pel meeting at 7.30 Good singing
Kveiybody welcome. Sundny school
will commence on Sundu) moinlng.Feb
21, at 10 o'clock.
Giace Lutlieian chinch, coiner Mn 1
Ison and Mulberry stieet Hov Fostil
U. Gift, pastor. Set vices at 10.30 a, rn
and at 7.30 p rn, Morning theme, "The
Divine File on Earth;' evening tlicine,
All Souls Unlvorsallst chuiclij-Rov,
F. W. AVhlppou, iiamor. Men ning sub
ject, "Unlveisalism for Every Day;"
evening nubject, (repeated) "The Cen
tuilcs Befuie the Corning of Christ."
St. Paul's Lutheran church, Paik
Place, Short avenue Rev. John Kow
nla. Set vice, 7.30 p. 111., subject, "Chris
tian Devoteilness; UsSouice; its Bless
ing. Sundny school, 2.30 11. m.
Piovldence Methodist Episcopal
chuieh Rev. AVIlllam Edgar, lustor.
Sei vices at the usual bouts. At 7.30 p.
m, Mis. Louise S. Rounds, state piesi
dont of the Illinois AVonmn's Christian
Tom pet 11 nee union, will deliver nn nd
tltoss Sunday school, 2 p. in.; EpwoitU
League, tit (J 15. All ale welcome.
Trinity United Evangelical chinch,
Little Entjlnnd Rev. J. G. Wliltmlio,
pastor Divine sei vice nt 10.30 n. in..
Sundny school, 2 m ; Setmoti and
holy communion nt 7 30 ). 111. Rev. H.
W. Buck, P. F, or Lewlsbuig, will of
ficiate. Mnv theie be maiiv to hoed the
blessed wolds of Chi 1st; "This do In ic
inembrance of Me."
The Second Presbytetinn chinch
Rev. Cliaile 12. Robinson, pastor. Ser
vices. 10 30 a. in and 7,30 p m. Mr. Ma-Oliab-Glitib,
of Syria, will speak Irr the
evening on "S) i-lan Shepherd Life," Il
lustrative of sctlpluie teaching. All
seat" fieo at night. All welcome to all
Llm Pntk cluncli Pieachlnc at 10 3 J
a. m and 7.30 p. in., bv the pastor, C.
M. aillln, D. D ; Sunday scliool at 2,
and Epwoith League at 0 30 p 111.
Sbnpson Methodist Episcopal chinch
Rev J B Sweet, pastor. Moinlng
jnaver scivlte at 0 30, pleaching ser
vice nt 10 30. Senium by Mr. Fiank
Ptattall, secrelaty of the Delavvaie,
Lackawanna and AA'estoin Rnilioud
Aoting Men's ClulFtlan association. A
gospel set vice or hclMfulncss and 011
couiagement. General cln--s to follow.
Sundn) scliool at 12 o'clock; Junior
Lenijue nt 3 o'clock; Eovvoith Leauue
nt C o'clock; nieaehlng sei vice at 7
0 ciock. sjcimon by tlie pastoi, text,
Acts xv 1 2?, subject, "The Almost Per
suaded " Revival sei vices each even
ing of tlie coming week, except Satur
day. All seits fiee A coidlal welcome
to stumgeio, non-chutch goeis and
Fiist chinch of Clnlst (Scientist), No
519 Adams avenue Sunday service, 10.30
a 111. Testimonial meeting Filday even
ing at S o'clock. All welcome; seats
f 1 eo.
Gtoen Rldgo United Evangelical
1 lunch O.L Malce, pastor. Pleaching
.it 1030 n. m by Rev. 11. AV. Buck, of
Lewlsbuig, Pa, at 7.30 p. 111, b) the
Calvaty Reroitned chinch, coiner
Gibson stieet and Monroe avenue
Rev. Geotge AV Welsh, pastoi Sei -vices
10.30 a 111. Subject, "Emulation
Not Competition " Sunday school,
11.45 a. 111.; Junioi Chiistlan Endeavor,
li 15 p. m ; Senior Chiistlan Endenvoi,
0 30 p 111. Evening sei vices, 7 30 p 111
Subject, "Isaac "
Vour Present Need.
13 pure, llch blood, and a stiong and
health) bod), because with the uppioicli
or spiing and the beginning ot warmer
weathei )om i)h)slcal s)Sttm will undergo
radical c hinges All the lmpuiltles which
hnvo aceumul ited during colder weather
must now he expelled or seilous conse
quences will lesult. The one tine blood
puiltler pioiulliently In the public eye to
d.i) is Hood's Sal sapai Ilia Its lecord ot
euies Is unequalled. Its sales are the
lurpest ill the w 01 Id. A few bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparllla will piepaio you foi
spiing by pur If) Ing and enr idling your
blood and toning and Invigorating- jour
The New Itcgiiuu.
"We didn't get home fiom tho theater
until 2 o'clock 1 1st night "
"Why, did the cable break down'''
"No; but you know how long It takes
a woman to get hei hat on to suit hei."
Cldcigo Hi toiil
421 LACKAWANNA AVC.
FOR THIS WEEK IN
AND LADIES' COATS, CAPE5 AND SUITS.
Such bargains as we. oiler this week
arc w orthy of j our attention. It menus
fine gi.tdc goods at about one-thiid
the cSst of manufacture.
The following ma) give )oti a little
idea of borne of the bargains :
One small lot of Misses' and
Children's Coats, assorted
An elefrant liottclo Coat,
half silk lined, -hlcld fiont,
stylish folltu. Kctisoir's price, 0i (Q
fO.00. now .... O'O
A Kine Ctiil Persian Cloth
Coat, latest out. lined
throughout with Ithiulnnio
"ilk. Season's iirieo 10.00, Qt (Q
An elegant French C.iter
pillar Coat, lmed thiotighout
with bilk Sold 111 the ben- QK (0
son for JIG. 00, now tUtJO
A beautiful nssoitinont of
Kersey Coats, somo silk lined
thiotighout and s-onie half
lined. Season's piiee, $S.OO CO ftQ
and 10.00, now O-'
Z. WEINQART, Prop'r.
LACKAWANNA LUBRICATING CO,
1212 CAPOUSE AVE,
"JlinZ SjOi'. ret- ?
'?C - -&. c&t-
S,.S.Jr..- SSiZw.tl. c,
ST tr- M.Si.
s '$fiMiiSt' 0
i- " l(6.r,
What Sarah Ccrnhard any-
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
In Order to Slake Kootn for
Sprint; Goods, vvebegtoannoiinco
Special Hargnin l)a).s
Today and Monda-,
and the lialnnee of the vvetk In Winter
t.oods of eveiy description ut iilmost sour
In addition wo uto offerhiB the llrst nr
rlvrils of out new hjiiIiik UooiIh, iIc-sIkiis
mill pntteins that must bt seen t obu uu
Dross Goods and Silks.
2j nieces SlMncli Wool Iln s rinmiu
nil Sprlni? eoloihiKS, were liuide
to letall nt IC.e Our Ptlco .
b. pieces Wash Silk cheeks and
strlpts. Om 1'ilto
lu pltces Paiipj Slllts foi vvulsts,
also H11I11K8, woith (,3c. oUr
1'ilce .... . ,, .
O'1,0, 1Vtr,i;,r, Pl'll ""'I llrocideii
Ulnek Silks, choice of nny
One lot of I'liiln nnd Jiiocnded
ihick Silks 73c jjinilu. Our
.Just lecelved 10 pieces laiKfllio
finlo Miuk (liosKialn Silk, veiy
newest iIiiIkiis, lesulur pilce,
$1 23 Out 1'iice . !
r pieces Ulick nnd Coloied Molro
Velour, let'ulat ptlceJ12j. Our
Lndies' Separate Skirts.
100 I.iuIIch' riRured .Jlrllllantlile
hkiiis, tiueo yimls wide, vel
vetten bound, wuith $1.5U Our
CO hullts IlKintd Hillllantlne nnd
Hhifk and White Shtpherd
I'luld SklitM, Uj Minis wide, vtl
veticn bound, woith !"-' CO Our &l AO
Ladies' Sliirt Waists.
1C0 dozen Stanley Waists with
I'lorette Waist Adjuster and
SUIlt llainrei. all tolcus. newest
ileslKiiH, detachable tolIari, .sixes
3i to J I, woitli 1 00 Our I'tlco .
2o do?eu l'laln lllack Gloria
Waists, detachable collais,
turnover cuffs, woith $2 00 Our dl nr
GO dozen I'eisl.in Lawn Waists,
iuiv nnd white, and black and
vviiue, uet'ii liable white and
blatk eollnis, tin novel cufrs,
worth collars, turnover cuffs,
CO doeu Jeislan IVrcale Waists,
detuthaljie collais, tuinover
ourts, nav and white, black and
white, hIls J.' to II, woith $l.uo.
Our 1'ilce ...
10 doen Kaiui Silk VVntsts In nil
tho newist shades, detachable
tlvet cnlliis, tutnovti velvet (n no
cutrfs, woitli $1 00 Our Pilco ... vJZiJO
Ladies' Muslin Gowns with
.Mother lluhbaid joke, tilmined
with embioldeiy Oui l'rice
Olio lot of Ladies' Muslin Draw
ers with clu-tet ol tutks, sjje
clal sale. Om I'llce
A full line of Ladles' Muslin and
fnmbiii Skills, trimmed with
lace or embi older. Oui I'rlte .
25, 3. ii), ,-)!, 7!), S)Sc ..prd
t.ndles' Jersey ltlbbid Vests In
white, low neck and no sleeves,
In white and ei ru with silk lib
bons, special sale, 2 foi
Chllditn's Jeise ltlbbed Vests In
white, low nick and no letves,
with silk llbbons Out J'rke, J
Lodge and Corporation Seals,
Rubber Stamp Inks, All Colors,
Daters, Pads, Pocket Cutlery,
Razors, Strops, Padlocks,
Bicycles and Supplies,
Athletic and Gymnasium Goods,
222 WYOMING AVENUE.
ON THE LINE OF THE
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grounds In the world. Descriptive books
on application Tickots to alj points tn
Maine, Canada and Maritime I'rovlncea,
Minneapolis St. Paul, Canadian and
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Seattle, Tacoma, Poitland. Ore., San
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throuuht trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and Bpcclall adapted to wants or families
may bo had with second-class t'ekets.
Rates always Ices than via other tines.
For further information, time tables, etc..
on application to
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353 Broadway, New York.
fW fnfih RESTORES VITALITY.
lsiuay.M? klwell Man
ICtaDay.PP? Of Me.
THE OPCAT :10th nay.
produces tho nlnuu rmulti. In'30 days. It act
iHinrrfiill) and ipucklj Curf s when nil others fall
aunRmculllrF.(in their lo3t manhood and old
?i"V'" fcoor their joutlitul vmor by using
l.I.vIVO. It (pilckly and burulj roitoiii Nervous
ilia'), Lost Vitality, Impotpuo, Mubtlj 1 miulonf.
Lost Power l'atllnit Jleuiory Wastluf Dlhew.pt. and
ill cllects of seltabit,o or cxiet.K.ind indiscretion,
mi.luofltkina tor stud business or marrltge It
lot onlj cures by s-nrtlns at tho seat ot djeasa but
lsacnat urrioluiilo ami blouil liiilldor, bring.
Inn back tho pink rIoiv to pain checks and re
blorlne tbo tiro of jtmtli. It wards on Jnsoultr
and Conhiiniptlon Insist on bavins Iti; VI VO.no
other It can ha carried lu vitt rocket IJy mtii,
3I.(l(l iieriuelitae.or sis lor 15,00, with 11 post
tivo written utmruntco to cure or refund
tho mono). Circular free. Address
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