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THE SGRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNINtt. JULY 21. 1897.
lUcst Side and Ciiv Suburban
PASTOR WILL RESIGNS.
Asks That It Tnko Effect on August 1.
Will Probably Go to St. Johns
Alter a successful pastorship of over
five yeara at St. David's Episcopal
church, Ilov. M. II. Mill surprised thu
vestry board by submitting his resig
nation at the meeting on Monday eve
ning. Ilov. Mr. Mill desires to havo
the resignation take effect Aug. 1, as
will bo orange. Tho
will bo printed later.
District Deputy William J. Owens
and Assistant John J. OwenB Installed
tho recently elected officers of Enter
prise lodge. No. 37, Loyal Knights of
America, nt the regular session Mon
day evening. The ceremonies of Instal
lation aro very Impressive and are
capabably done by tho district deputy
and his assistant. There wero many
Visiting brcthern In attendance. Tho
officers wero Installed ns follows: Da
vid Jones, worthy master! David J.
Jones, deputy worthy master; Joseph
13. Oliver, recording secretary: Lot
Ludwlg, assistant recording secretary;
Reese J. Griffiths, financial secretary;
W. A. Phillips, treasurer: William
Deacon, chaplain; William Lake, con
ductor; William J. Jenkins, assistant
conductor; Evan Walters, Inside tyler;
John T. James, outsldo tyler. William
J. Jenkins will represent the lodge nt
the grand lodge sessions nt Olyphant.
Joseph Leyshon, William D. Morgan
and David It. Jones, trustees.
pnll-bcarers were:, John nnd William
Phillips, Al Heed nnd John Nlcholls.
Tho Infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo
seph Birch, of 1109 SwetUand street,
was buried yesterday afternoon from
the pnrcntal residence. Short services
wero held at the home, and Interment
was made at the Washburn street cemetery.
ho Intends to accept a call extended
him from fH. Andrew's nt St. Johns
burg, Vermont. The bonrd will hold ft
speclul meeting next Monday evening
In view of the pastor's desire.
Five years ago ho camo hero from
Lykens, Pn., nnd found St. David's
parish in nn uncertain state. From a
debt of $2,000 ho brought the church by
hard work to a state of comfort. Many
Improvements have been made mid the
church property enhanced. It might
be mentioned here thut Itev, Mr. .Mill
came here shortly after tho burning of
the first chinch on Tenth street, the
loss of which was a setback.
Tho parish of St. Johnsburg offers a
wider field for the pastor's work, and
inasmuch as he leaves the parish here
In first class condition, ho feels that
his resignation should be accepted. St.
David's Episcopal church stands nt the
corner of Jackson street nnd Bromley
avenue, and is a pretty edifice The
pastor and his family reside ut 1217
There will be a dime social and en
tcrt&lnment conducted nt tho Sumner
Avenue Presbyterian church next Fri
day evening. The affair will be In
ciiarg" of tho Young People's Society
of Christian Kmleavor, and promises
to be an exceptional event In the en
tertainment lino. A first class pro
gramme Is in course of preparation.
The committee on exercises Is to be
congratulated in securing tho consent
of Chuvles Hartley, of New York city,
to appear and entertain. Ho Is a ven
triloquist nnd Impersonator of excep
tional ability. At the close of the ex
ercises cake, ico cream and coffee will
be served by a corps of young ladles.
The social will bo called an orange
social, and the color of decorations
Tho eighth anniversary of tho wed
ding of Mr, nnd Mrs. Fred Reynolds,
of 20G North Main avenue, was cele
brated by them at their homo on Sat
urday evening. Invitations had been
sent out and many friends responded
to help make tho occasion a most en
joyable one. Everything that could bo
done or provided for their guests was
done by tho host nnd hostess, nnd nt n
seasonable hour delectable refresh
ments were served. The guests pres
ent were: Rv. nnd Mrs. Thomas Bell,
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Sweet, Rev. and
Mrs. Bird. Rev. nnd Mrs. McKee, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Mears, Mrs. Washburn,
'Mrs. Wnrileld, Mrs. F. L. Hitchcock,
Misses Lillian Morris, Cromk, Maud
Fisher, Mllllo Coonn, Gwennlo Jones,
Helen McKee, Edith Bcji. Frances Bell
and James Bfill.
HARTLEY WAS THERE.
An nmusing Incident occurred yes
terday afternoon on n crowded Wash
burn street car. A man who appar
ently took things in this life as they
come, watt greatly worried for some
time over the continual- talking of
some invisible person. The conversa
tion was nil addressed to him, ljut
after answering for a while, he gave
up trying to locate his unseen friend,
and moved uneasily. It Is not likely
that he knows yet that the well-known
Charles Hartley, of New York city,
was aboard that same car.
An entortnlnment and fan social will
bo held nt tho Tabernacle Congrega
tional church Wednesday evening, July
21 next. Doors open at 7.30. Entertain
ment commences at 8 p. m. sharp. The
Tho Village Bells Quartette
Solo and Chorus.
iMta Ida Jones and Friends
Recitation Ml Lizzie Cullen
Duct Miss and Mr, Grlfllths
Solo II. A. Jones
Rocltntion Miss Qrimthn
Duet atr. Eddy and Edllh Davis
Misses Id.v Jonei, Lizzie Jenkins, Mag
gie Thomas nnd E. Grlfllths.
Duet ....Misses Ethel and Edith Morgans
Chairman Rev. D. P. Jones
After the entertainment, enko coKee,
and ico cream will be served by tho
young people In the church parlors.
Wlnola, where they, have been spend
ing the past week.
J'Meph Kcllop was arraigned last
evening before Alderman Fidler nt the
,'nitnnce of Joseph Koslous, who al
leges that the defendant committed
perjury while testifying In a case
about two weeks ago. Kcllop was held
In 3400 bail for his uppcarancc nt
Hisses Lizzie Dauvcra and Nclllo
Tuttle, of this end, aro visiting friends
In Wusquohnnna county.
The funeral services of the late Mrs.
Mary D. Smith occurred yesterday af
ternoon. Tho deceased was borne
from her late homo on Eynon street
to the Jackson Street Baptist church,
where the pastor, Rev. Thomas De
Gruchy preached the funeral sermon.
Rev. L. R. Foster, pastor of tho Sum
ner Avenue Presbyterian church, also
node a few remarks. There was a
large attendance of friends of the de
ceased, and a ladles' society, of which
Mrs. Smith was a member, were pres
ent in a body. Tho llowers were very
beautiful. At the close of the scrvlc.es
the deceased was taken to the Wash
burn street cemetery and interred. The
Mrs. Adam Wheeler and children, of
Luzerne street, aro visiting friends at
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fern, of Brook
lyn, Pa., are the guests of West Side
Mall Carrier W. D. Morgan and wife
have gone to Lako Wlnola to spend
Miss Myrtle TUman. of Jackson
street, Is visiting at Blalrstown, N. J.
Mrs. Edwin Jones and daughter, Jen
nie, of Cnrbondalc, are the guests of
Mrs. Williams, of Swetland street.
Wlss Agnes Nealls, of Ninth street,
is nt Lake Wlnola.
II. A. Tewksbury, of Swctlnnd street,
Is entertaining R. D. Goodrich, of 131
mlra, N. Y.
Miss Jennie Thomas, of Prlre street.
is tho guest of friends In Wilkes-Barre.
Miss Jane Rook, of Shamoktn, Is vis
iting Mrs. L. J. Brennan.
Mrs. Balby, of Washington, has re
turned home from a two weeks' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Holbert, of
North Garfield avenue.
Mrs. Morgan Howell, of Pittsburg,
is visiting her parents, (Mr. and Mrs.
Thoma3 Williams, of South Rebecca
Mrs. Mortimer Woolsey, of Chestnut
street, is visiting at Toronto, Canada.
Charles Hartley and family, of New
York city, are the guests of Mrs. Hart
ley's father, Esdras Howell, of Wash
burn street. The visitor will spend n
week at Lake Wlnola before return
ing to the city.
The members of tho Hickory Street
Presbyterian church and Sunday school
wr.nt to Lake Ariel yesterday. Their
exclusion train over the Erlo nnd Wyo
ming road carried n largo number of
Richard Orlmes won from Mr.
Schoenborn In a pldgeon shoot at tho
Hollow traps on Sunday. Mr. Grimes
killed seven and his opponent six out
Mis Virginia Bird and Jacob Robin
son were married at the Hickory Street
Presbyterian church by the pastor,
Rev. W. A. Nordt.
Tho St. Mary's Glee and Dramatic
association plcnlckod nt Central Park
Miss Dixon nnd tho Mlises Connolly,
of Avoca, werj the guests of South,
Side friends Monday evening.
An excursion to Honesdalo will be
conducted by St. Peter's society of St.
Mary's church next month. The soci
ety will participate In, tho anniversary
celebration of the Honesdalo German
Miss Rhoda Samuel nnd Miss Mc
Dowell are spending a few days at
Lake Ariel with friends.
POSITIVE FACTS ABOUT SCRANTON.
ss ami sn fSS.nm j
Another Bargain Bulletin
Sale of Stylish Laces. . . .
No need to talk up these laces, tliey speak for them
selves. Newer, better or more beautiful goods are not on
the market today. While the sale prices quoted are so far
below actual values that buying now is the best investment
you could possibly make, even if your purchases have to be
put away for a season.
Among; the Lot Offered
Are several hundred pieces of Print Venue and Ba
tiste Insertions from 2 to 6 inches wide and worth from 75c
to $3.50. Also net top laces and iusertings in white, cham
pagne and butter colors, 5 to 12 inches wide and from 50c
to $2.50 per yard. In addition to these solid point veuue
laces, 3 to 9 inches wide, Point Applique laces (cream and
white only) black all-overs, chiffon bands and assortment of
other novelties that commanded fancy figures a week ago,
we have laid the entire stock of these into
6 Great Lots, as follows:
TOT 1 1lf
1 (YV 'J 90i
LOT 3 39c
EOT 4. 49c
LOT 5 59c
LOT 0 89c
Or a long way les'flftn half price.
More Bargains ?, entire Tlot of W Yfnu
" All-Over Laces, Embroidered
Chiffons, Embroidered and Plaiu Linou Chiffons that
brought from $1.25 to $5.00 a yard, in
4 Great Lots.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
Evan Williams, the 10-yenr-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Williams, of
Academy street, underwent a success
ful operation at the West Side hospital
on Monday. The boy had been sick
for some time, and it had become
necessary for this operation. He is do
A number of the friends of Mr. nnd
Mrs.. John Baston, of 520 Decker court,
were entertained by Mrs. Baston at
tea on Saturday. Mrs. Baston is a
delightful hostess, and after an eve
ning of music, etc., the guests de
parted thoroughly pleased. Those pres
ent were: "Mr. and Mrs. John Baston,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Thomas, Mr.
and Mrs. David Grlfllths, Mr. and Mrs.
McWilllams, 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lance, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans,
Mr. and Mrs. John Freemun, Mrs. Eliz
abeth Thomas, Sam Welsberger and
The Franklin Engine company has
received an invitation from the Hall
stead company to be their guests at a
Jollification to be held early next
month. The Franklins have entertained
the Hallstead boys and this Is a re
turn courtesy. Permission will be
sought from councils to take their ap
paratus, but the "boys" will go any
how. A young man giving his name as
Turner, and residence city, was ad
mitted to tho West Side hospital yes
terday. His case is a surgical one.
The Enworth league of the Metho
dist Episcopal church will hold an en
tertainment In the auditorium of the
church, Friday evening, July 23. A
fine programme has been prepared for
the evening. The delegates, to the In
ternational convention will give reports
of the great convention. After the en
tertainment a social will be held in the
basement of the church. Ico cream and
cake will be served. Everybody is in
vited to be present.
Miss Rost Frost, of South Oil City,
is visiting Dunmore and other relatives
in this section of the state.
Is tho Third City of tho Keystone Htatc.
Is a Great Convention City.
Has a handsomo City and County
Hall which cost Jl.000,000.
Has a now Postotllce,
Baa several beautiful cemeteries and a
Area of City, 12,200 acres.
Population over 100,000.
Has 3 Theaters, many Public Halls, 40
Publlo Schools, 70 Churches.
Has 2i Hotels.
Has 3 HoKpltals nnd Infirmaries and Two
Has an Inexhaustible Pure Water Sup-
pi), dally capacity 33,000.000 gallons.
Has possosslon of unlimited Electric
Has a Board of Trado Building which cost
Hus ISO Manufactories and 30,000 Opera
tives. Has 200 Acres of Park.
Has 80 Miles of Electric Street Railways.
Has 100 Miles Railway Trucks, Seven
Has 20 Miles of Asphalted Streets.
Has 2 Stato Armories.
Has Several Commercial Organizations.
Has a Local Weather Bureau.
Has Trolley LIr.es to Peckville, Olyphant,
Throop, Taylor, Plttston.
Streets Lighted with Electricity.
Has the Cheapest Coal in tho World.
Is tho Most Healthful Largo City in the
Has S Flour Mills.
Has tho Largest Coal Supply in the
Has 3 National Banks: capital $G60,000,
Has 5 Savings Ranks; capital $530,000,
Has 1 Trust Company: capital J25O.O0O; sur
Has Two Free nnd several other Librar
ies, Colleges nnd Clubs, a Historical
Socloty, a Mascnlc Temple and So
ciety of Natural Sciences.
Coal Shipments In 1KK3. 20,000,000 tons.
Assessed Property Valuation, $20,000,000.
Has an Estimated Real Property Valua
tion of $100,000,000.
Has a Public Debt of Less than $000,000.
Miss Maine Rhodes, of Elmhurst, Is
visiting Mrs. F. J. Peck, of Capouse
Miss Hnttle Baker, of Wyoming ave
nue, is entertaining Miss Mabel Hard,
A largo number contemplate attend
ing the picnic of the Asbury Sunday
school at Nay Aug park tomorrow.
Chartered cars will leave the corner
of Delaware street and Sanderson ave
nue for the park at it a. m. All mem
bers of the school will be entitled to
'Miss Allle Benson, of Marion street.
Is spending her vncatlon at Lopez.
Allison Kinsley nnd Rollln Carr were
fishing at Lake Wlnola Monday.
The house on Capouse avenue, which
was recently built by W. F. Erhardt,
has been sold to George W. Frlsble,
of Sanderson nvenue for $3,800. Mr.
Erhardt Intends erecting a large resi
dence on the corner of Delaware street
and Capouse avenue, next to Mr. Frls
bie's new home.
H. M. Cole, the druggist, will leave
this morning for Montrose to spend a
The Misses B'anche and Mettle Pot
ter entertained a few of their friends
at their home on Monsey nvenuo Mon
day evening, In honor of their guest,
Miss Mabel Howe, of Stroudsburg.
Every day brings opportunities to buy MUSLIN UNDERWEAR nt far
len than former price, Being always prepared to tmy nnd pay In cash ox
plnlns today's quotations for now, desirable Muslin Underwear.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE SUCH VALUES AS THESE
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Lace trimmed, for nil ncs, 2fto vnluo , This Hnlc, 17c
Trimmed with embroidery, tlOo vuluo..., This Sale, UMa
LADIES' CORSET COVERS
Trimmed with embroidery, 'ific value .This Kale, IDo
Assorted style, embroidered trimming, 30a vuluo This Hnle, U3o
Cluster of tucks, deep ruffle, bargain nt GOc This Sale, 2ft
Cluster of tucltH, trimmed with lnce, 50c value This Hnlc, 'J(i
Only 2ft dozen In this lot, 00c vnluo, slightly soiled This Sale, 2ftc
Ladles' Umbrella Skirts, trimmed with lnce und embroidery, Jl.fiO
value , This Hnlc, 08o
As timo nnd space will not permit for further quotations. It will no doubt
lie to your ndvnntngo to enrefully study tiio nbovc prices. We shall nlso offer
bnlnncoorour enure iiiui complete inioui me snuio rcuiiciion.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers.
Best in, the Market.
NOVEL SUIT INSTITUTED.
Or lower prices than ever have been touched previ
ously. Sale begins Thursday, July 22.
West Side Business Directory.
B. O. MORGAN & SON, NOTARIES
Public, Real Estate, Foreign Exchanga
and Ocean Ticket Agents. Rents col
lected. Prompt monthly settlements.
Office 1101 Jackson street, over Mus
grave's drug store.
HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a spoclalty;
104 South Main avenue; two doors from
SECOND HAND FURNITURE-Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. c. King, 701 to 709 West Lack
The evangelists at tho Seventy Day
Adventlst Gospel tent, on Church ave
nue, near West Ridge shaft, announce
tho following subjects: Wednesday, 7.15
p. m., "The Sanctuary or tho Work of
Christ In the Courts of Heaven To
day;" Thursday evening at the, same
hour, "The Investigative Judgment."
Those subjects are living Issues today,
and all aro Invited to attend the meet
ings and become better acquainted with
tho Scriptures upon these points. Bring
your Bibles. The congregation and In
terest continue to Increase.
The funeral of Leonard Morrlr, the
youth who met death by falling at the
Leggetts Creek breaker, occured yes
terday afternoon from the family home
on William street. Tho funeral ser
vices wero conducted by the Rev. W.
F. Davis. Interment waa mado In For
est Hill cemetery.
Sometime ago a cow belonging to Jo
seph McNnmara, of West Market
street, broko into tho premises of C,
E. O'Boyle, and during iU short stay
did conslderabla damage. To protect
himself from the havoc wrought by the
cow, Mr. O'Boyle captured the animal
and Mill retains it. Yesterday Mc
Namara entered proceedings ngainst
O'Boyle to collect $50, which, he al
leges is the value of the cow. Tho case,
which was to Como off before Alder
man FJdler yesterday, was postponed
so that the prosecutor could secure wit-
Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, of Hnrt
ford, Conn,, aro the guests of Pat
rick Graham, of Summit avonuo.
Miss B. Glynn, of Shenandoah, Is vis
iting Miss 'Maggie Thornton, of West
Wi:ilum Owens, of Brick avenue, is
sMwly recovering from a severe Ill
ness. MUscs Nettle Davis and Cora Griffin,
of William street, aro spending the
cummer at Lake Wlnola.
Mm. George Reynolds' Sunday school
claus, of the Providence Presbyterian
church, re tinned yesterday from Luke
Finnic Smith After Money on Deposit
in n Jlnnk.
Frank Smith is the plaintiff In an
action brought yesterday ngainst the
Merchants' and Mechanics' bank of
this city. Mr. Smith boarded with Mr.
and Mrs. Matus Wasluis, of the West
Side, until one night some weeks ago
whon $400 of his hard earned savings
disappeared. He had his boarding boss
arrested for the theft, but was un
able to produce any very substantial
evidence ngnlnst him.
Soon after Smith's money disap
peared Waluls deposited $350 In the
Merchants' and Mechanics' bank.
Smith believes that It is his money
Wasluis deposited, and to prevent It
being drawn from the bank by the
depositor yesterday's proceedings were
begun. It will have the effect of tying
up the money until such time as the
criminal charge against Wasluis 13 dis
posed of, and the ownership of the
This particular form of action is sel
dom employed, and it Is probably the
first suit of the kind in tho history of
tho county. Smith Is represented by
Attorneys Cawley & Shean and O'Brien
DISPUTES OVER LAND.
Viewer Are Endcavoriug toArrlvont
tho Value of It.
Tho first hearing In tho condemna
tion proceedings of the Krle and Wyo
ming Valley Railroad company against
the Lackawanna, Iron and Coal com
pany nnd the Lackawanna Iron und
Steel company occurred yesterday af
ternoon before the viewers appointed
by the court upon request of the rail
The viewers are: Alderman Frederick
Fuller, Hon, John II. Fellows, Conrad
Schroeder, C. 13, Chittenden, George
Lelghton, A. F. Shaw and Luther Kel
ler. J. H. Torrey, of this city, and A.
T. McCllntock, of Wilkes-Barre, ap
peared for the F.rle and Wyoming Val
ley Railroad company, and Jessup &
Jessup represented the Iron, Coal and
It Is the business of the viewers to
fix the value of the land In dispute.
Tho testimony of General Manager
Wehrum nnd other officials of the
Lackawanna Iron and Steel company,
was heard yesterday.
OFFICER MINK WAS ASSAULTED.
Thomas Emerson died nt his home at
1605 Jackson street yesterday. The de
ceased was over 77 years of age and
had resided on this side for nearly
eighteen years. He was born In Lenox,
Scotland, on Christmas day, 1819. His
parents brought him to this country
when an Infant and they resided at
Southbridge, Mass., until he was six
teen years old. Ho then came to Scott,
Lackawanna county, and resided for
nine years, removing to Lynn, Mnss.
He came to tho West Side in 1S70 and
was engaged in the furniture business
on Penn avenue for several years. He
had not been actively engaged for some
time past and had led a rather retired
life. He is survived by his wife, his
daughter, Mrs. Steven Tripp, of Ottum
wa, Kansas, and his son, H. M. Emer
son, of Scott, Pa. .Short prayer service
will be held at the late residence at 8
o'clock Thursday morning, after which
the remains will be taken to Scott for
interment. The funeral services will
occur at his son's residence at 1.20 p. 111.
Mrs. P. F. Hughes, after a lingering
Illness of some months, died yesterday
morning at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bergen, of May
Held. Mrs. Hughes Is survived by her
husband nnd one child, her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bergan, five
brothers, W. J. Bergan, Patrick Kler
nan, Ihomas and John and two sisters,
Mamie living at home and Sister Vis
itation of the order of the Immaculate
Heart, locator at St. Cecelia's acad
Mrs. Edward Robinson, a highly re
spected resident of the North End, died
late Monday evening nt her homo on
Putnam' street. Mrs. Robinson was 30
years of age and had retlded in Provi
dence for a number of years. Besides
her husband, she Is survived by a
brother, Anthony Reagan, of Dunmore,
and a sister, Mrs. John McNulty, of
Ferdinand street. The funeral will
take place Thursday afternoon. Burial
will be mode In Dunmoro Catholic
Mrs. John Durkln, of the South Side,
died Monday at her home, corner of
Plttston avenue and Brook street. 'She
was the mother of Father Anthony, of
St. Michael's monastery, Order of Pas
rdonlsts, of Hoboken, N. J. Tho funernl
will be held tomorrow. A requiem
mass will be celebrated at St. John's
church on the South Side at 0.30 o'clock.
Interment will be made in Hyde Park
The death of Mrs. Marian McKay oc
curred Monday evening at her home on
Thompson street. Though suffering
more or less for years, her death was
not expected so suddenly. Mrs. Mc
Kay had been a life-long resident of
tho North End and was highly respect
ed by a largo circle of friends, She is
survived by several grown-up children.
Funeral notice will be given later.
Peter Foy died late Monday night at
his home, 731 Hampton street. The de
ceased had resided here for many years
and was well and favorably known. He
Is survived by one son, Thomas, of
Montana, and one daughter, Mrs. Mary
Fanning, of this olty. The funeral ser
vices will occur on Thursday. Inter
ment will be made in Hyde Park Catho
Jessie, the 4-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Guy, of Mooslc,
died Monday evening at the family res
idence, on Main street, Mooslc, after an
Illness of one week. Tho funeral will
take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Services will be conducted ut the fam
ily residence, and Interment will be
made In Marcy cemetery.
Mrs. Bridget Donnelly, widow of tho
late Pntrlck Donnelly, died at her homo
on Yard street nt C o'cloclf losT even
ing. She is survived by three children,
Mrs. Ann McDerm.ott, oi Wilkes-Jiarre:
John and Thomas Donnelly, -of tho
North End. Ths funeral arrangements
will be announced later.
Word has been received here an
nouncing tho death of A. C. Tuthlll.
yesterday, ut thu residence of his pa
rents at Prompton, Wayne county. Mr.
Tuthlll was a ftjrmer .resident of this
city and is qulto well known. Funeral
services will bo announced Inter.
Drexel Lawn Mowers,
Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
AH sizes. The most per
fect refrigerator .manufactured.
T k CONNELL CO.,
434 Lackawanna Ave.
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It;
The Weston Mill Co
Physicians and SnrRcons.
DR. KAY. 206 Pcnn ave., 1-5 and 7-9 P. m.
Diseases of women, children, lelephonc.
DR BATKSO.V. 337 X. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. C. L. FRBY HAS REMOVED HI9
otilces to tho Jewell Building. 305 Spruce
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D., HOME
opathist, No. 22S Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street. Scranton. Of
fice hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a. m. to 0 p. m.
PERCIVAL J. MORRIS. ARCHITECT,
v Board of Trade Building.
EDWARD H. DAVIS,
Rooms 21, :r nnd. 2d,
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of COS Wnshlnston avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
433 Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price building, IK Washington avenue,
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 512 NORTH WASH
DR. ANNA LAW. 308 WYOMING AVE.
Ofllco hours, Vll a. m.. 1-3 p. m., i-8 p. m.
DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND 20S
Roard of Trado building. Office hours,
8 to 9 a. m.. 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi
dence 309 Madison avenue.
DR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture. Truss FlttlnK nnd Fat Reduc
tion, omce telephone 13C3. Hours: 10 to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S. W. L'AMOREAHX. OFFICE 231
Adams. Residence. 1218 Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W. G. ROOK. VETERINARY SUR
Keon. Horses, Cattle nnd Dogs treated.
Hospital. 124 Linden street, Scranton.
FRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-lnjv. Burr building, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms 312-13-11 Commonwealth Bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law,
WARREN Sr KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building. Washington avenue, Scranton,
JESSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors nt law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Rulldlng.
T. I. LACEY & SON. ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
L. IM'GRAW, 303 SPRUCE
DR. H. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 113 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA.
ave Hours, 9 to 1 nnd 2 to C.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
JOS. KTJETTEL. REAR 6U LACKA
wanna nvenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
for college or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest. REV. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND.
Attorneys nnd Counsellors. Common
wealth building. Rooms ID, 20 and 21.
PRANK T. OKBLL. ATTORNBY-AT-Law,
Room B, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES Y. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-at-Law.
Rooms C14, SIS and 510, Board
of Trade Building.
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTOHNEY-AT-tar.
Office, Wyoming ave., Scranton.
L A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna, ave , Scranton, Pa.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April 13. Kindergarten $10 per term.
G. R. CLARK ,fc CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen: store 148 Washington ave
nue; green house, 1330 North Main ave
nue; store telephone. 7S2
C R. PITCHER, ATTORNF.Y-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
litis John Sommcrs Arrested for In
terfering with nil Arrest,
Special Officer Fred Mink found a
dead drunk on court house square
Monday night and started with him
towards the station house. John Som
mcrs, who was trailing up thodrunk
and who, tho olllcer suspected, was af
ter the intoxicated man's money, Inter
fered to prrfvent the urrest and falling
to win tho man's liberty with reasoning
proceeded to take him away by force..
The officer turned his prisoner over
to a letter carrier and took Sommcrs
In tow. Both were then taken to the
station and after the drunk had been
stowed awny In a cell, tho officer took
Sommers before Alderman Wright
where ,ho preferred against him a
charge of interfering with an oiflcor
In the discharge of his duty and assault
and battery. Bommers went to the
1 county Jail in default of 300 ball.
OFFICERS OF UNIFORM RANK.
Installed nt a Mooting of Division No.
17 Lust livening.
The following officers of Division 47,
Uniformed Rank, Knights of Pythias,
were Installed last evening: First lieu
tenant, J. J. Reel; second lieutenant,
J. G. Hodgson; recorder, J. M. Kohns
tumm; treasurer, Gust Wenzel; guard,
Fred. Strennlngj sentinel, George W.
Evans. The captain-elect, F. B. Mc
Intyre, was absent.
There were present as visitors Colonel
II, N, Dunnell, pf the Fifth regiment,
Uniformed Rank, and Colonel Martin
Joyje, of the major general's staff.
NKIIVOUS TROUBLES! ALL KINDS
cured with Animal Extracts. Free book
tells how, WASHINGTON CilKMlUAL CO.,
Waihlnstou, D. U.
C. COMEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D B REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nue and Spruce street.
. P. KILLIAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law,
43 Commonwealth bldg., Scranton.
WATSON, DIEHL, HALL &. KEMMER
ER Attorneys nnd CounsellorB-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10; third tloor.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY. COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. &. W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. lor
terms addreps R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert s
MEGAROEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, ehvelopcs. paper bags, twine.
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue.
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE-
sale dealers In Woodwnre, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave,
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC
rountant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Building, opposlto postotllce.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher,
THE TRini'NE PUBLISHING CO.,
North Washington Avenue Llnotypo
Composition of all kinds quickly done.
Facilities unaurrnsted In this -eglon,
. . . J
When In doubt what to use for
Nervous Debility, Loss of Power.
Impotencr.Atropbr .Varicocele and
other weaknesses, (rom any cause,
me Seilne Pills. Drains checked
and full vigor quickly restored.
If Dr Mitd. .oca Iro.bk. rr.ult hulir.
Mailed for 51.00:6 boies 5.00. With
$3.00 orders wc give a guarantee to
cure or refund the monev. Address
PEAL KEDICi;;E CO., ClcrcUad, O.
For aala hv JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor.
I SPrucs Street Scranton, Pa.
Wyomlna Avonuo and