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THE SCRANTON TIUBUNE--MONDAY MORNINtf. APRIL C. 1SJ)7.
THtfjUAS EVANS' FtiNERAL
lmprsslvc Services Conducted in Plym
outh Congregational Church by Revs.
Thos. Bell and Peter Richards.
Vltliout ostentation, ultlmut a U-iiB-thy
eulnglsm. but with n simplicity tliut
van ohniuctpllstlc of the man, the fit
nerul serlces or tin? late Thoinu-J
i:vuns weie held ytstonlay afternoon
ill tliu Plymouth CoiiKreK-atlniiiil
church. Thu n-rrialnH ti-Ktril nt tli"
foot of tlif nlmt In 11 b.-iutlful oaken
cuskit upon whli h ni'if placed u fow
fx(iulltf lloial tilbutes, two llmnl
pieces fioni Uii- loduen anil n liiiKf
t-iintlr of beautiful i-aki lilies. Thu
chut oh autlltorlum u- lllleil i tlioHO
telated to the tlu-eii-a-il by tie ol kin
and filendalili, many riuVlnir-c-Jiii'- fioni
dlstaneu to pay n IuvIiik til'ute to
the dead -and f how tlieli d-ep oinputhv
lor tin? beieaved family.
The Hev. l'liomat lU'll, IKixt"! of the
vlililili, ollli'lati'd, and was ii"Mh(1 by
the Hev iVtur Kolii-rt. of ol pliant.
In the cour-)" of the few simple words
ex)U'tMit b the pa-tor, he tone tied up
on the Htront: rliaiat'ti-il-tli which
seemed to uowin th" dend tnnn'H evety
notion. Ir- eiry trial, in w r j lii-iir-llt,
he Klood upon m iil-liliiii; faith In
IiIh Hod, neer waveiliiK u- diiubilnir,
and itlwuys leady to caution and help
utlieis to enjoy IiIh hjiiici- of minfoit
To his pastor by wold f udvlee, by
Ullidly sut;e,stloo mid by ilusest filend-
ship us a Mian, a chimb im inbei, and a
trustee, he MUli'lit to islw i-wij eli
courarcemont possible. In IiIh ilei.ih thi
naiue couirk li. had shown IliHiugh
life in riieitln t. II ieiits, sustained
and soothVr him, and he left behind
hhn to hid dearly heluverl thiee tlilnKS.
via: Memory the swtelist and best:
tiii results of a Clulstl.m life us lived
by one to whom lm was the pi hue
mover and Inspiration and aboe nil
hopp. Unite bli'.ss-d, In which sprlns
tha IcoUIiik forwaid aiid upwuul to that
last leunlon, In whlih the blttuness
of paitlns shall never come.
The I lev. Piter Kohilts spoke feel-
Inijlj and lovlnsh of the dead In woids
" that expressed his and nttp-is' lots of
oik wlio had been n hel fill companion
on this pIlKrlniiii- to the celestial king
dom In his life, his method of living,
his nets and wotils, a lienutltul thought
Wns easily obtiilneil and should b bil
lowed by tnr,se to whom he was rilend
und biother T those who must still
continue to advance .ilnnir llle's path
way towaid Hi" liiiiKiloin of (Jod, the
inspliatlon of this man's life and deeds
should he an ovnlnMliiK souiee of (rood
Jind helpfullie in their diily koIiik.s
The niale choir under tho leadeirhlp
of Daniel .Mathias. leudued seeial
tonclilim' nnd appropriate selections,
and Miss I.ijy Joseph sans a solo. At
the close of the m i vices tha body was
vlc.ved by th" audience and was then
home to th" Washburn 'litvt cenie
teiy, wheie the list sad iltes of bin hit
wote conducted by the pastor.
The remains wue nccuiiipar.led by a
law lepresentatlou fiom Klot-um IcicIki.
Independent order of Odd Fellows, and
the Knights of Pjthlas, No. uO(J, of
tUilc-h bodies the deceasul was n mem
ber. The pallbearer i weie. T. W. Phil
lips, . 'Jaylird Thomas, Samuel Hok
eis, W. ('.. J'homa.s, West Plttston;
TlioniasKfii'Bn', Jloi-j-nn P. Daniels.
Amonir the peopb who attended fiom
out of town were: Thomas i!. MnrKnn,
nnd W. (J. Thomas, West Plttston;
Ml, and Mis. Carver. Mr. and Mis.
Morgan MoiKiinton, (Iwllym J. Wil
liams, Mor-Ran P. Morgan. Wilkes
lhine, David Pilttliaid, S-iMiueliaiina;
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Ifrailioid,
Knoch i:ans, Xew Yoik city.
FIGHT AT BELLEVUE.
James llnrrettof I'liiludelpliin llntlly
Cul with n lieer Class,
It was pay-day at some of the West
Side collieries on Satuitlay and in con
sequence a few moie f-eilous Inoldents
occunvd. One was a fracas which in
curred in Iiellem- at about 10.30 p. m.
Two men who nu residents of Phila
delphia i'is in the saloon of John
Duvls on liollevae tttcc-t, enjoying tho
We want to talk about j'our spring overcoat.
Ifvyou would follow fasliiou qlosely, cling to us.
Few- stores even pretend to carry the assortment
we show. For reputation's sake we must sell
them at the very lowest prices. Not the lowest
for any overcoat. But easily the lowest for si'eii
a one. We clinch the argumeut when we show
you this coat. Made of the popular Covert cloth.
And well made. Somehow these have the right
"lior f -!.... TM ,1 1 .1-1 ,1
rvj, " "'cm, lucyuuui wruiKie across me
kback. Nor around the shoulders. Nor is there
any wrinkle m your forehead when you hear the
It would be a shame not to mention the line
of spring suits we are showing. But since we
haven't space to speak of all today, we ask you to
step in when you're down and see what Scranton's
foremost clothiers have to show in garb for spring.
afternoon and overlnic anU Imblhed too
Mfely of the refreshments HiM-veil b
.Mr Davis, lii.tlii- coursi'.tlf the even
ing cever.il men dioppell nlfct Its Home
w.i not ilenrly explained an alterca
tion unsutit betwoen tho two sttaiiRers
and (iio others- One of the' two, known
u Will, wanted to settle the differences
by llHtli'UT tn.ethd(ls hut hefojc blows
wcto cxclianlzeil, he ina ojocfed front
the tfatoihi.HTheieupon he prf,ccedfd to
batter the Upor with a large stone. Hla
companion nnd siVeral of tho men who
had taken pmtlii tio wordy war, went
outside, mid "a 'tWit ensued In. Which
ouu of the strangers, Jiune.s Parrel I,
by name, wns badly tut In tin oo plaeeH
upon the back of the head by a beer
class In tho hand of one of thu toughs,
liefoio thr llRlit was stopped several of
the fellows were badly battered. Th"
pollri! were notified but .before they pot
to the scene, the two Phlladelphlaus,
who had lalised the tlouhle,, dlsappeur
od. Tluy Inter appealed ut the home of
Dr. L, JI. UlhhF, on South Main avenue,
wheie the wounds of James Uarrett,
who really wrrs aetlnt; as peacemaker,
was dressed and he annouilced hi In
tention of ROliiu with his companion to
ItHV. J. )!. BWEET'S SEHMON.
The subject of the Uev. J. H. Sweet's
seimon last ewnlii In the Klmpsoii
church was "Uelshazzat's Keut." The
i seimon was the ladt rflvon In tills pres
ent confeieiicu year and wns pleached
by special nsiuist. An audience of be
tween eltfht and nine hundivd peisons
listened to this able and power fully
Kleri seimon. In his IntiiHluetioii, he
spoke of the beauties, splendor mitt
imlKnlllceiiie of the City of liabylon,
Its ceutial position, the nieeca ot pow
eis, how It had toiiiiuered all other
known until. us;,' and Irnd deM toyed Je
itisalem and taken captlVi' the Jews
During the reln of Xebuehednezzar
these Jews and their desttendants, toll
id ,1nd delved, that Habylou should
be mighty of iniKlitlest and Nebueheti
nezzm Iilj: IcitiSi Then the lapse of
time .until liel.shazzai' reigned and the
rModej. anil Persians under Cyrus, the
Rioat, were asset ting their power
P.ab.vlon Is uttaiked; liabylon the mi
pi equable; Babylon the sreat, and Uel
shazar holds n mlRhty banquet lor his
chief lords to thu number of one thou
.sand. Whofeais? All feast, drink und
slug praises to the klm;. The csK
taken fiom the desecrated temple nt
Jeiusnlem are brousht to tho banquet
board to add to the ilotoustiess of the
hour. Cyrus works; he turns the com se
of the iher which (lows tlnough the
city; en t i'is the unprotected mill In
the wall, and liabylon falls, "Mene,
Mene, Tekel UpUmsIn" and the jirem
l cry quoth Daniel, of the Jews is. "Thou
I art weighed In the balance and found
wniitlin;." So It Is with nil In their
dailj life. Tliose who lack Ood. His
inlni'iples. Tils Son,, Ills laws, und His
love, me sure to have wiltteu befole
th'eh' eyes sometime their seliUllce
"Thou mt found wanting" Flee,
thoiiKh, lust, lueveienie, vanity, all
these thlriiib mid much moie lead us
hence. Oh! that we could see that the
groat banquet of life Is spread befoie
us, that God Is outside and desires to
enter. Let us Und Ood, through His
Son, Jesus. Chi 1st, and thus obtain eter
nal immunity from this hundwiitlii'
which means "Eternal death."
LEWIS WAS DETERMINED.
John Lewis, of Ninth' Rebecca ave
nue, heaid a. mils" In the lower jloor
of Ids houru at an eaily hour Satuitlay
niDrnliiK and nrmliiK himself with a
hammer Ml. Lewis went down to meet
j therfo Uf saw a iran islldt UiioiikIi
tne ninniM: loom aooi anil nirikliiii tor
a. window in the rear kitchen. Mr.
Lewis followed and chased the fellow
down the hack lot. The man attempt
ed to Jump the RUider. fenee but thr fop
u.ll btoke and he fell Just about the
time Lewis leached tho spot. Lewis
pounced upon him and pummeled him
for dear lite The fellow bioke away
and started down towaid Pi Ice street.
Unfoitunatoly Lewis was handicapped
by a Iouk flowing iiIkIU robe. At the
corner of Sumner avenue mid Jackson
street Mr. Lewis t;ave up the chase.
Nothing was takV'it from the house. The
burglar hud made ingtess through a
Mai la Luelo, wlu wns received Into
the hospital about n week ago suffeilng
fiom a paralytic stroke, Jled on Satur
day, She was removed to the house of
WHAT 13 YOUR TRADE
Knell Trade or Occupation llns Its
It s well known nmong medical men
Hint certain dlspnses are more leadlly
developed In cutiiln cceupntlons thin
In o iT'i.' That .'ich ocrui.atlon has Its
attcnilant physical wc-rknrss, Engl
neeis, inllioad nun nnd similar occu
pations suffer mostly from kidney
ttnublcs ami men who are often expos
ed to the weather suffer froin rlieli.
mutism, while cleiks and professional
men, In fnct the nimy of people whose
business keeps tlvm Indoors, arc often
times great sufferers froift plies and
constipation. In this connection tho
following letter Is of Interest to people
whose occupation w III not allow sulll
clcr.t outdoor eorrlse,
Mr. A. I". ralhoun, notary public and
Jeweler and witchmnker of Clrclevllle.
W. Vn writes ns follows:
I had bieli a severe sufferer from
piles for years and had ttled ninny rem
edies With but little benefit, when about
thiee venrs ago I saw the Pyimnld I'll"
Cure udvertlsed nnd F"nt for It.
I w.'K badly allllcted when I got them,
but after imlv two mi'llcatlons the
piles disappeared and fiom that day
to this I have never felt a. symptom of
1 feel that I Vannot recommend them
too nhthlv to suffeteis from piles.
The Prtnmld Pile Cine Is ltee ftom
coeoalii", opium or any mineral poison,
absolutely safe, pleasant and palnks.
hold by diugglxtA at 50 cents per patk
age. If there Is any eo.istlpntlon the
Pyrnnild Pills should be ii-ed with the
pile cue. The oills are Hi cents pel
Any druggist will tell you that the
Pyianild Is the best known and most
successful an I minular 'die cute eer
placed ou th mmket mid Its leputatlon
as a. s-afe and radical cm has only in
sulted from the personal .recommenda
tion of people u hi) have been cuietl of
this distressing ailment
Sen 1 to Pyramid Co., Mblon. Mich,
for Milunhle llttlo book on cause and
cute of piles,
her son, who lesltles upon the South
Side. The funeral set vices will be held
Mathew Mulherin, of Jackson street,
was received at the hospital Satuitlay
Ulfleilng fiom severe Injuiles, received
in Hie mines. His nuiles to the left
It g were such as to almost necessitate
amputation, but the doctors are'en
tlenoilng by eveiy minus to save tho
limb. 'Pile dressing ot th limb le
qulietl foi t -two stitches.
Mis. Dickinson, who wes operated
upon last Piltlay nt the hospital, is Im
provlng us well as enn be expected and
gives promise of full recovery.
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Miss Riislua Davis, the noted Welsh
ovungellst, who was oxpeetul in Taylor
esteidny to conduit services dtlilng
the day, was detained In New Yin It
city, upon her landing Saturday night.
MLss Davis is quite 111 but expects soon
to (111 her engagement with the Taylor
Tile Rev. W. S. Jones, of Washburn
street, did not pteach his faiuwell ser
mon last night at the First Welsh
Daptlst chinch, as was expected, owing
to the sudden dtath of his oldest faun,
lsldio.s, last evening.
The Rev. J. T. Men Is, of South Main
nvenue, pleached a memorial seimon
upon thu late William D. Roheits, of
Hellevue, at lust night's service In the
Welsh Calv hustle church, Rellevue, It
was a tout lung ti Unite to the memory
and klndl lite of the deceased. The
woids in comfort ..nil sympathy for
thu lamil, wen listened to by a large
audleiue. Dining hit sermon he icfer
led to the many nttilbtites and earnest
life and charat ter of the deceased, who
had been a faithful member in the
chinch and kind and htlpful to him ay
John Slatklewlcz, the demented Rus
sian Pole, who diove a cab belonging
to one Kelly, from the Centl.il Jeisey
station n round Hyde liirk on Satuitlay
night, will be. committed to the Hillside
home today. He was very leroilous
jesterday atternoon and was examined
The f i lends of Miss Dessle AVagstaff.
ot Hellevue, gathered at her home last
Filday evening li. honor of the siven
teet.th annlveisaiy of her biithday. In
the course of the evening games and
other social ameniths weto participat
ed in by the guests and a seasonable
houi n repast was served. Those jvho
enjojeti .miss -Jessie s hospitality were'
The Misses Carolln and Ida Uryden,
Maigaiel Morgan. Jlaud and Mattle
Wagstalt, Annie Leldenger, I. and Ma
rie Lewis, Plddella Evans, Katie
Coombs, May Davis, Gei tie Taylor, Vi
ola Evans, Ida Hughes, Maggie James,
Maty Morgnn, Annette Williams, Edith
Lloyd; the Mes-irs. Ueoige p. fiieen,
Walter Lloyd, Charles Wagstaff, Hairy
J. Smith, Arthur Oieen, Thomas Mat
thias, Unity Ives, John Leldenger.Har
ly Kostenbatlei, Hanv R: AVademan,
Richari-t H. James. Rlohaid Reese, Ed
waid Peteis, Roy Williams, Ernest
Mills, .All. and Mis. F. S. Hiyden mid
Mr. and Mis. William Wags. tuff,
by Di. I'. F. tiunster and Dr. M. J.
Williams and pronounced ns suffering
from acute denuntla The unfottunate
mun furtnei ly resided at 113 North Van
Huien avvnue with a biother. '
The Scranton Qhoral soulety. Thomas
CI. Evans; conductor, met last ovenlng
at the Welsh RuptLst chutth, for a
Tile Wist Sid- Clioial scclety had n
stiMiig reheaisl at the Tabernacle
chinch, on Jljtiu pnik avenue, last
evening. Daniel Thomas is conductor
and leports satlsfaetoiy progress.
Mi. arid Mis. Frank Hiundngo hr.vo
removed fiom Wllkes-Haiie to 91S Ey
n(n street, where they will reside.
Enoch Evans, of N w Yoilt city, well
known among lesldents of the West
Side, Is vlslti.ig li'Me.
David' J. Davis, cf South Main ave
nue, accompanied Mrs. Randolph Jones,
of Jackson street, to Topyhanna ou
Saturday evening. They weic theie in
Hie Intel ests ot u new Patriotic Order
ot True meilean camp soon to bu
organized, and David made one of his
usunl billllnut uddnsses.
Mr and .Mrs Isaac AVIUIa'ms and
daughter, Miss Jennie, of Not th "Sum
ner avenue, have leturned from Pitts
ton where they cttended the funeral of
Mrs. AVIlllams father.
Cholse cut flowers nnd flower de
signs ut Palmer & McDonalds. G14
West Sido HuJliiess Directors.
II. O. MORUAN H SOX. NOTARIES
Pulillc, Real Estate, Portlgn Eveliunue
and Ocean Ticket Asents. Rentn cob
?!'- ..n!10!"1',1 mol'thly uettlemeniu,
Otltce llOt Jaikcoti street, over Mils
uruve's tlrrtg store,
HARRIET J, DAVLS, FI.ORI8T.-Cut
llovvers an'l funeral designs a speclHlty:
IM Houth Main avtnuoj two doors from
MORQAN'S PHARMACY, 101 N. MAIN
avenue. Physician' prescriptions caro
tully prepared from warranted pur
druKs and chendcal. A fine, assortment
of trusses, lino stationery, blank books,
varnish stains, mixed paints or fancy
work, artists' materials, window glass,
wall paper and plctuie mouldlne. Clerk
at store all hours 'if night,
SECOND HAND FHRNITURD-Cosh for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves. Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. c. King, 701 to 703 Weit Lack,
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits at Onfc-Half Price,
Men's 20.00 Suits for $10.00
Men's $10.00 Suits for $5.00, Etc.
Young Men's Suits at $5.00
Children's Suits reduced from $S.oo, $6.00 and
$4.00, to $4.00, $3.00 and $2.00
Hat.? aiid Furnishings J4 Off
Hie crowds of buyers are comln-j here. Will you he one
o'f them to secure a bargain'-' "THE OLD STAND," '220 LIll'U-
COLLINS & HACKETT
Rev. ('. H. Hayes ocoiiiptl his pulpit
In tiie .MPtliuJUt KiiIkcoiuI rhurch i-h-ItTiluy
mui nitiK fi the Hi -1 tltuu In four
lirurrthx. The ii'Veit'iul jji'iitleiuau ilfejil:
upineel.ittil tin mini arts or kinilntnH
ixtentletl to lilin ilurlriK IiIh IIIih's.j. ami
he Mnceit'ly liotieil to lie soon able to tt
lump lii;i liiboiH amoiiK: his eaiu-ii-Kntloti
It Kavc him (,'ioat tutHfji tldii til Know
that, nltlioim-'i lie liuil been Htllckei'i down
for four e.ii iiioiitli", tho chiiii-li liml
nt Kieatly prospered ami n never in
a bettt"- llliaut'ljt ootulltlon thiin It Is at
tho piesent. Ills text vvai taken from the
tlrst book of ('tiilnllil.uin, tlilrttenth ehap
ter ami the twelfth verse. lz: "Pol now
we see thicniKh a kIbh.s, darkly -, but then
fueo to fai-c: now I know In pait, but then
Hliull I know even as also I am known."
Dm Inn the t'otiise of IiIh sermon lie
showed that all the knowledKe that a
mun einilil Kitlu was but limited. Alan'.s
Knowledge was li.ilned by the iim- of the
live tenses, mui iaeh one was limited.
linv. c 11. hayi:s.
Occupied Ills l'lilplt Last Nli?ht for the
I'lrst Time Since His Ilhieis.
. - .1-
I.lko as a schoolboy, who, after lolll.n;
a xirovvhill. until It becomes too lare toi
him to move, looks back ami sees but a
not row track which he has mude nnd nil
about him Is a, vast upare, which yet re
mains to be explored. So thafnfter nun
has attulnetl .ill the knowledge that la
possible for hlnr to obtain upon' this cani-i
he looks btick and toes only a narrow
path w hlch be has made. But a, time Is
coming when mankind shall be brought
face to face, and when he shall be known
us ho is known.
Tho CJuIld of St. Agnes, of St. Mark's
church, will meet In tho parish houso
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Business will
be transacted which will require tho at
tendance of every member.
The Misses Georgia Jones, Kate Harvfv
and Rlla IJrannlng have returned from a
shoit visit wth fiends in Peckville.
Mls Kate Gardner, of Cllffoid, Is the
guest of MihS Rva Osterhout, of Hlakely
Tho Rosebud Drum corp will hold an
entertainment In I.oval Legion hall .Mon
day evening; April 12.
Miss Leila Mlckel. of Olyphant. Is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs.' William Mlckel, of
Mrs. f H. Haves, of Hlakely street, Is
conllned to her home with Illness.
The Anthony Coal company's washer
has resumed operations after an Idleness
of two weeks.
Rmery Chapman has returned, to his
home in Mnpliuood, after a prolonged
vll with lelatlves In town.
Miss Mattlo Wlleo, of Madlsonville,
who has been the guest of Mips Rva Os.
teihoiit, of Hlakely street, for tho past
few days, has returned home.
Tho Hmlth Hros., have opened In the
old Seli-iffer building op ;iiisnut street,
with a full lino of groceiles .and provi
sions. Mrs, ri(n.-imlii-Parsons', of Thtoop
rtteet. Is nbln to be out again after her
The Little Rngland Uas-o Rail club has
leoiganlzcd for tho coming season with
the. follow lug plnvers: I'lrst base. M. .le-Liughllu-
second base, V. l'llger: third
base, J. Corcoian: shortstop, S. Hwlngln.
right Held, ('. Klzei : center Held, W.
Cl.uk; left Held. A. (Vllora; catchers. Kit
ward I'trnly, .loliu McLnnc: pitcher,
Mlcharl McLaughlin; nianager, J. 1" ros
ter They wish to hear from any club,
tho members of which are under ".'i) years
Mis, Bernard Matthews, of Ilawley,
has leturned home after a short visit
with her sister. Mrs. T. G. MeAndrews,
of Tin oop stieet.
Miss Belle Watrous Is HI nt her home,
nu Ash street.
Ms Dora Illlike, of Fciillth street, Is
the giust of filends In I'lttslon, s
Aithur L. Toote. uf Hcrantou, has ac
cepted a position vvltli the l'euusylvniila
'The Ladles' society of the Hickory
Street I'rt'sbj teilan church observed their
annlvertury ut their chinch' last evening.
Rev. William A. Xordt dellveied a ser
mon selecting tho (Syproprlate subject,
"What tho Gospel Has Done for the I-'em-Inlno
Sex," In which he disclosed nuny
supernatural bengllotal results, mini)
tlet'd b ordinary observer, uffoidlng rn
couiagemeut to the fair workeis with ev
ery utterance, ami urging furtherance and
co.opeiatlon of tin' society and coimre.
gallon, of which It Is a very Impurtunt
Mi Anna Rankin led tho Gospel meet
ing, at tho Young Wrnneii'H Chilstluu as
sociation rooms, ou Cedar avenue, yes
terday afternoon. ,
Tho Columbus council, Younir Men's In
stitute, assembled nt their rooms at 0 45
setertlay morning and attended Holy
Communion hi a body at Ht. John's Cath
olic church, on Fig stiecit.
I'erry Klirhardt, of Allentown, spent
lesterilay with Soutli Side friends.
The funeral of tho late Fergus Caulttcltl
will vbu heldi fiotnmft, nwlclfnrp, jjii Htnf
fonl 'avenue at 1 'o'olbok this afternoon.
Services will be held ut St. John's churen;
ONE - HALF PI
Intel merit III Hjdu Park uCtholIc ceiiv
tuiy Chotco cut Holers and flower designs
at Palmer & .McDonald's, Cll Spruce,
The funeral of M.s. Ann Street. occur rM
vitterday from her late home, on Man
stieet. The Rev. V. P. Davis conducted
fuiieisl sen lees. Inter incut was nude In
Washburn Htreet cemutei
Simon Ht'iieitlelil, a mei chant doir.ij
business on l'liin avtinie, was given n
heating Satuidu bifoie Alderman Unb
elts upon charge piulerietl by Mli li,i"l
LllAlck, who claimed that lleneilield
commlUctl an assault and battel upon
him. Heiiertleld was held In View ball for
appearance at couit.
Late Friday evening Patrolman Haw lea
was suminoiud to the nsldeine of George
Rvnns, on Green street, t'pon entetlug
the house tile olllcer found Geoig- nnd
his iuthi-r, Jenkin, having a, llstlc en.
counter. GeOige was tijlng his bes. tc
defend hlnitarlf ngatist the "uvage on
rluufht of his brother, but was tnrtrrit
eiulto bnilly. The olllcer niiested Jenkin
and he was i;ltn a hearing Satuidav. 'us
biother, howevtr, epiessed leniency bv
not appearing against him. The nldei
man lined him, but having no money, he
left his watch and chain for securltv
David I)avl, of PI mouth, who nas
been "pending a few days with Lewis
Jones, of Wiijiio avenue, letutned to hit
Ittv. Peter Bobbin, of Olyphant, was
a visitor with filends hfie jesttrda.
RK'haid Lewis Is III at his home, on
V iv ne avenue.
Samuel Rvnns, of Spring street, is ill.
Mr. and Mr J. A. Wetl-crby, who have
been spending the winter In Florida, ale
visiting Mr. Ciossman, of Throop street,
William Piulck, of Avoca, who was in
jureu w-utire nis orotnei, .vnchael. was
killpil. In the Avoca colliery, on Thurs
day, died during the night aho. The fu
neral of the two victims took place on
s.itiirujy afternoon and was an unusually
large one. Several Polish sotleties iiid
the Avoca Associated society attended in
a bod. Interment was made in St.
Gwendoline Hlgriett, the 2-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a. It. Hlgnett.
of 1M4 Lafa.vette shvK. died Siturd.iy
morning alter a bilef Illness. The initi
al will tako place this afternoon at i'M
o clock. Inteiment will be In Washburn
Mrs. Maiy O'Huta. wife of D. C
O'Hura. died nn Sntllrilnv uf t)t hnmn
at lSiJ Price stieet. after a lingering !
ness of two months. Deceased wan a lady
of a loving1 disposition nnd her bereave I
husband, who Is her only suivlvoi, has
the bimpathy of many who knew and
lespeccca ine latiy. .virs. ci lima was a
native of the West Sltle. hnvlrii- T.pn Inn n
there thlrtv-one vears aen. A ldeh .ti.iss
of renulem will be sung at St Petei s
I'aiueur.ii on -i-ueuay moining at :i o iojic
at tin. iiyue raric catholic cemetery.
"Mrs. M. A. Collins, mother or M V . Col
lins, STanton manager of the .Malomv
OH Muniifai tuilng company, died last
evening at Philadelphia fiom the effe. ts
of a paralytic stioke. Mr. Collins whs ut
her bedside when she depatted. The de
ceased formerly teslded here. She Is sur
vived also by Mis. A. P. Maloney, of Phil,
adelpbla. .The funeral will be Wednesday
morning; bervlces at Philadelphia.
Isldrous, the oung son of the Rev. .
S. Jones and wife, of WaHhburn street,
died suddenly veMeulny evening arter a
shoit lllntss fiom measles nnd stomach
tiouble. Funeral announcement will be
Violet, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
K, Hughes, or 121S Luzerne street, illod
nt Ihnll1 Immn nn Si ltnnl.l V iitt,nnnn Th,.
funeral services will be held nt the resi
dence this attcn.oon at . p. m. Inter
nient will bo made In Washburn St. cot
Rheumatism ("rirt'tl in n Duv.
"JIYSTIC ClTRK" for RHEUMA
TISM mui NEURALGIA lndlcally
cures In 1 to U clays. Its uctluii upon
the t-ystem is leniarkahle and myste
rious. It removes at once the cause
anil the disease Immediately disap
pears. The first dobe greatly benellts.
7," cents. Sold by Oail Lorenz. druK
Klst, 41S Lackuvvanna avenue, Scianton.
CASTOR I A
For Infants und Children.
1 1 -pilars
4 J 0
HUY? A '97
Tully guaranteed, choice ol live tires and
three colors. Hits Is an offer good for April
With the pitch line chain It the grciiteit
made, and Its hill climbing abilities nuke
It a prlmj favorite, IHichty gear Ii the
standard for Orients.
Uns of I'iihlng Tackle and Sporting
A. W. JURISCH, AQT.,
, 334 Spruce St
tlV4r j 'CsZCixZ
308--Lackawanna Avenue,--308 ' '
Home people wtiudcrbow wecan
tirlrerf. 1 ltli m ., ,t,til..v t, I... t n .t,i u.t
- r. .,.,,.,,,., ,, ,,J ,ivi,.,ni I II THJ I 1 1 ir , I ,,, ,, r I f I 1 1 I H 1 1
business bus grown to Its present proportion by doing Just one thing
ruling goon mui kiiiiik ui tow prices,
Klc. Children Fust llliick, sl7i r to iit jour choke
l.lc. Clillilrtn'N Knit llluck, nles Uto tla, vuilr cbolee
'.'fie Children HMeuiiiles fiixt btnck,iloiiilt' sole and knee, ull M7es .
'I be llcHt 1 hlldren's.'stiH'klUK'lIn the city for
I Jtsje. Ladles Seniirli'ss lnsf, strict l rust black, all sles ..
Jllc. I uilltM Hose, fust black, neHinless.ii biirgulu
Jfti'. iJidltN' HoKe. rust bluclc, double tin eutl, extra llui'.oulv
!l,"ie. LatlltH- IdiM-. last black spec lal Kood value . ..
( lur Mile. I. tulles I'liney llnsu bus uti i'iuul. Seeing Is bellev In
Choice line ol Ladles Kniil'.v' lloie, this week oiil.v
MeirsScnmless Half llnse, alidrKiiln, only ..
J,-ic. Men's tstittnlt'SK Hcieks, Fust lllacl; itiidTims, assoited.uulv .
I t'xtia ljuiillt 'jrc. the Vuilr, none better mude.
Millinery Opening Next
THE DICKSON MANUFACTUR.I3G CO
Come and Examine Hie
ROYAL READING LINE
Is the best medium grade
Hic)cleoii the market.
'Xrem!en,e Y. M. C. A. Building
Uonufacturers of the Celebrated
ioo.ooo Barrels per Aanum
ON THE LINE OF THfc
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
are located the finest .Ashing nnd hunting
trrounds In tho world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points In
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces.
Mlnneopoll?, St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San
First-Glass Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
cars fully tltted with beddlnff, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may bo had with second-class tickets.
Rates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc.,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, G. E. A.,
353 Broadway, New York.
CADKMY OF MUSIC,
JMunda) evcnlni;, April 5
Id-till 11 rni;ui;ci-reut ur.MII.
Miss BRANDON DOUGLAS
In Uumas' Romantic Tragedy
MtiKiilfli'luiit I'roiluillon, llnrireoiiH
(uxtiuiiof, I'duoiIiiI ( 'inn puny.
Pl'ICI'.S-l'arlor Chulr.4 and Orchestra, 7.11
Orcliesttr Circle, soc; llalcony, j rows, 35c;
llaliince, 2jc; llallcry, 15c,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
T u Michts, 1 hiirsdjy and IVIday.
April 8 und ').
'lliulllk- lliiiuliol Mi'iilini'iitl llmt
Miiii'iue I nil I'lriilor.
PETER F. DAILEY
In Uio I'oiillmiiniH l.imwli,
Knpported by the ('rent Dallcv Coiuedy
I'oiiii.an.N, iirlitlmil Cunt unci I'rndui'tliiii;
rtlrU'li run In .Sett- -icnlt-j iiioiitliM, llo.nm
wi'eUn, i'lilluilulililu I wii'Uk.
I'lclCI;: (Jollcry isc; Ualcuny, 3 rows, 35c;
Ualinceajc; l:lrs -uor, guc, 73c, und Ji.oo.
sell sucli good slcicklncs for
M'n'll u.. l.lu !.......... .1.11.
PA., Msmufacturtrrs of
Oeaeral Olflcc: SCRANTON, PA-
are t Uo-io by tho lmuils.ome lurgo ateaui-
Hllipd of tho
OLD DOill LINE
sailing every week duv from Nuw
York to OLD POINT COA1FORT, VIR
GINIA Bl- ACH AND RICHMOND, VA.
Hottml trip tickets, c-overitii' tv
lieultlt-Kivln-jHea voyage of 700 miles,
with meal' und Htateronm uecommo.
datioiH enrotite, for $13, $13.50 and
SCND POR PARTICULARS.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.,
Pier 20, Xorth Kivcr, N'cw York.
W.L. tlUIULAUllliU, Vlce-l'rcj. & Traffic Mar
Sterling Silver Top Cut films.'
Salve Iioxcs, at
75 CENTS EACH.
Jewalers and Silversmiths;
130 Wyoming Ave.
Binds Magazines or
Re-binds old Books.
Coal or tho best quality for domestic- us
and of all sizes. Including Buckwheat and
Blrdseye, delivered In any part of tha cltr
at the lowest price.
Orders received at the Office, first floor.
Commonwealth building, room No. s
telephone No. 24. or at the mine, tele
phone No. 273, will be promptly attendeJ
to. Dealers supplied at the mine.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
April 5, 6, 7.
Tltll Ml'll VNT ltl7-i:NlJAGi;.MlSNT.
BIG BURLESQUE COMPANY.
Three lumrilete Shows In One.
YAUDEYILLE, MINSTREL, BURLESQUE
TI10 u'iuUft oiguuUutluu of Its Ulud eer
seen In mt-rliu.
JO-WHITES 2Q-BLftCKS 20.
New Sones. New Dances, New Jokes,
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Conta.
Two perronnancesdlly. Doers optn at
1.80 and 7. Curtain rlsti at J. 50 and 1U.
such little !;)i
, nuiiiely ' I
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l'J'.jii a pulr ' 1 1) i
iftn u palr J
mk u pair i
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Hit- u put r ' ,S
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