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THE SCItASTfON TBIBTJJOJ -SATURDAY MOTCNTCTGr, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897.
. . . PERSONAL
Wo went to tho seashoro and paid heavy
When 'twna cotd.
Tho rain It did rain and we caught awful
When 'twas cold.
Wo pretended tho water was many de
grees Warmer there,
Than it was! and wo found both mos
quitoes and fleas
In tl.o air.
Wo hied oursolves homeward on raw
And was glad,
To remember that flannels and steam heat
" Hero wo had.
Tho very next week tho thermometer did
It went faster than a, fair woman's bid
Wo think of tho days when they swindled
By tho sad sea waves, when 'twas cool
And wo fear:
That somehow It seems to bo over our
Despite every care, to bo In tho hot place
And wo'ro here.
The members of the Country club are
looking forward to tho second annual
tennis tournament, and Its accompany
ing gayety, tho last three days of next
week, with' great pleasure.
The tennis commltUe are to hold tho
tennis dance, Friday night, tho 17th
Inst, at tho pretty club house, and on
the following night, Saturday, the ISth,
thero will be tho fall band conoert and
fete night on the grounds.
The tennis courts have been enlarged
and Improved, and will be In excellent
shape for the brilliant tennis that is
promised. The prizes exhibited in
Druggist Sanderson's window, are by
far the finest ever offered in this city.
Great Interest Is rlfo among the
experts.of this city and vicinity for tho
handsome silver mounted pitcher, the
first prize in tho open tournament for
the championship of Northeastern
Pennsylvania. Pines or cups will be
given to the winners in doubles in this
tournament. For the championship of
the Country club of Scranton, silver
loving cups are offered In singles with
one cup In doubles; the member of the
club winning either cup three times to
Decomo the permanent owner. Silver
mounted pipes will be given to the runner-up
In the club tournament, and to
the winner of the consolation tourna
ment. A cordial invitation is extended to
all players to compete in the open tour
nament. All entries should bo left with Mr.
P. B. Belin, Commonwealth building,
city, before C p. m. Sept. 15, 1S07.
Entrance fees, singles $1.00; doubles,
per team, $2.00.
MIbs Archbald broke her record this
week, and now follows Miss Anderson
Miss Kcmmerer, of Upper Lehigh,
and Miss Barney, of Philadelphia, wont
over the links Thursday.
Mr. Alonza De Slbour, of New York,
who has been the guest of Mr. Thorne
and Mr. Neale, of the Pennsylvania
Coal company, played two very close
matches with Mr. J. II. Brooks this
The Scranton Country club base ball
team will play against the Country club
team of Harrlsburg today. The men
will leave this morning at 6.45, arriving
at Harrlsburg at noon. The game will
tal'o place this afternoon and will be
followed by a dance at tho Country
club tonight. The Scranton team,
by invitation, will be entertained
at the homes of prominent citi
zens of Harrlsburg and will
probabljffcremaln until Monday. Tho
personnel of the team Is: Captain, J.
H. Brooks, T. A. Archbald, Frank Ful
ler, Lawrence Bliss, T. R. Brooks, Rey
nolds Bedford, E. S.' Moffat, T. S. Ful
ler, A. E. Hunt, jr.
Monday was a great day at the Coun
try' 'club. The weather was perfect;
it was a holiday when no one was ex
pected to labor and everybody played
golf. ThVj links were crowded particu
larly, In the afternoon, and while no
scores were materially lowered the oc
casion was much enjoyed. The popu
larity of the carriage service to the
club was proved to the satisfaction of
all concerned, and tho patronage was
such as to give encouragement for Its
continuance until late in the season.
Miss Anna Dennlston entertained a
kodak party yesterday at her summer
homo on thh Kingston mountain.
Those r.rcru'iit wore: Miss Marjorlo
Mimsoii, Pcr.mton; Miss Jear.ette Melx
ell. I.roy Rabbins and O. II. DiUoy,
Vlikes-Iv rre. and Misses Bntha.
Faulrif), Bertha and Stella and Fnsd
I'onnlston, Luzerne. The weather was
huptrb and tl.o party enjoyed a thor
oughly p.'wuant day, fanned by the In
vlg.irutlng breezes in that high altitude.
The amateur artists took a number of
charmlns vli-we that confronted them
at every turn. Wilkcs-Earre Record.
Mrs. Aubrey Powell and Miss Sophie
Schlager chaperoned a house party at
tho country home of Mr. Charles Schla-ger-at
J2 Unburst for several days. Those
composing- tho party were Miss Mabel
Schlager, Miss Jadwin, df Carbondale;
Misses Amy Northup, Bessie Sander
son, 'Emrna Burns, Messrs. Truman
Instant relief for skin-tortured babies and
rest for tired mothers in a warm bath with
Cuticcka SoAp, and a stngla application of
Cuticora (ointment), the great skin cure.
The only speedy and economical treatment
for Itching, burping, bleeding, scaly, and
'pimply humors p'f the skin, scalp, and blood.
Ical ConronuiOM. Sou ftoprLtof a, llotton.
mr "Hl Cur Er7 Btbj Uumor," nuUiil ft...
BABY BLEMISHES 'WcffiiTJA
Burdnm, Haslam, Ray Fuller, Curtis
PowpII, Chas. Teal and Will Qiflln.
The marriage of Mr. James Archbald,
Jr., of this city, and Miss Margery
Thompson, of Pottsvllle, Is announced
to take plnco Oct. 21. A largo number
of Scranton people will doubtless at
tend tho nvont.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams wll. give
a dance for their daughter, Miss Grace,
at tho Bicycle club, Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Taylor Informally
entertained friends at dinner on Wed
Mm. Snyder, of East Market street,
entertained a number of friends at her
home Thursday night In honor of her
son, Enos Snyder, of Alexander, Neb.,
who lias returned to this city after an
absence of twenty years.
Mrs. David Evans, Mrs. Charles Auer,
Mis. Etta Moses, Mrs. David Harris,
Mrs. James Wilson, Mrs. J. N. Melxell,
Mrs Isaac Harris, Mrs. James Shafer,
Mrs. Daniel Jones. Mrs. Kenwood, Mrs.
William Ludwlg, Mrs. John Phillips and
Miss Anna Bergo composed a party
that visited tho Hillside home on
Thursday. After passing through the
different wards they retired to tho
Gravel pond where a most pleasant
time was had.
College aid School.
Miss Emma Foster will enter Rye
Miss Mabel Schlager will go to Pel
Albert Watson will leave for Amherst
Messrs. Lathrop, Linen and McLeod
will return to Princeton.
Miss Edit hllill will return to Miss
Pratt's school at Utlca, N. Y.
Harold Watres, eldest son of Hon.
L. A. Watres, will enter Princeton this
Miss Lizzie Snover has cone to
Blairstown, N. J., to attend school.
James Gearhart and Roy Fuller ex
pect to go back to Lafayette In a few
Miss Jessie Dlmmlck will leave for
boarding school in Washington tho
last of tho month.
Messrs. James Phillips, T. E. Connell,
E. II. Connell, Robert Snyder and Bert
G. Kelsel will so to the University of
Movements of People.
Bliss Anna Buck is in New York.
Miss Florence Sloat is visiting in Stort
ing. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Crano aro at Hotel
J. W. Oakford, esq., has returned from
Hon. G. A. Grow, is ill at hl3 homo In
Mr. Peter Wiland was in Carbondalo
Miss Wolf has been spending a few days
Miss Burr, of Carbondale, Is visiting
Judgo Wlllard Is at his old homo In
.Miss Wilder, of Rochester, is the guest
of Miss Welles.
Miss Barber, of Buffalo, is the gust of
Mr. D. E. Taylor returned from Potts
vlllo last evening.
James Archbald and family aro home
from Cottage City.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clark aro at Hotel
Nash for tho season.
Professor J. Holder has gono west on
account of his health.
Mr. Tyler, of Plalnfleld, Is tho guest of
Mr. J. Windsor Decker.
' Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cole have returned
from a stay In Montrose.
(Mrs. William Connell started Thursday
night for a western trip.
Miss Nash, of Cortland, N. Y., Is tho
gupst of Mrs, N. Y. Lcet.
Mrs. C. W. Stevens, of South Bromley
avenue, Is at Atlantic City.
Miss Anna Tracey, of Carbondale, is
tho guest of Miss Annio Hand.
John DoPuy, of Swetland street, Is vis
iting at Dolawcro Water Gap.
Miss Smith, of Wothersfleld, Conn., is
tho guest of Miss Edith Plerson.
Miss Anna Flynn, of Fifth street, is
homo from a visit at Nyack, N. Y.
Miss Kathryn Gibbons, of Luzerne
street, Is sojourning at Lako Ariel.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Shopland will take
a Mediterranean voyago this winter.
Mr. L. A. Watres and family havo re
turned after a year's stay in Europe.
.Messrs. G. M. Hallstead and S. B. Still
well were In Philadelphia this, week.
Miss Hinman, of Dunkirk, Is tho guest
of Miss Williams on Sandeison avenue.
Mrs. DarlHIg and Miss Carrie Darling
will visit friends In Hancock tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Merrill and daugh
ter havo been visiting Montrose friends.
William Jones, of Clark's place, is
entertaining Ben Snyder, of Shelton, Neb.
Mrs. II. C. Sa'nderson and daughter,
Grace, returned from Boston on Wednes
day. Miss Margaret Oliver, of Twenty-first
street, is tho guest of relatives in Hones
dale. Miss Belle Knowlton, of Prlco street,
is tho guest of friends at Whitney's Point,
Mrs. Mulford and Mrs. Horace E.
Hand havo been at Montrose for some
Mr. F. S. Barker and family are at Elm
hurst as guests at Mr. Henry Uattln's
Miss Edna Bamford, of North Sumner
avonue, has returned from a visit at Fac
Colonel U. G. Schoonmaker has re
turned from a trip to Atlantic City and
Miss Ju'.la Allen has returned from tho
Adlrondacks, where sho visited friends
at Paradox lake,
Mrs. II. II. Beldleman and son, Fred,
of Webster avenue, aro spending the
week in Dalton.
F. M. Millard and family aro visiting
friends In Susquehanna, whero Mr. Mil
lard was fallen 111.
'Mall Carrier J. H. Phillips, of Wash
burn street, is tho guest of friends at
Mount Morris, N. Y.
Mrs. Ann Leyshon, .of North Bromley
avonue, has as her guest Mrs. Richard
Evans, of Mlncrsvllle.
Miss Florei.ce Tinkham, of Waverly,
has boon tho guest of her uncle, F, L. St.
Amaiul, during tho week.
Miss Minnie Langon, of Hawley, Is be
ing entertained by tho Mlasea Roland, of
South Washington avenue.
A. J. Gardner, of Boston, Mass., is vis
iting at the home of his brother, G, A.
Gardner, of 522 Olive street.
Tho Misses Nettle and Carrie Stono, of
Linden street, havo roturned from a two
weeks' stay at Stroudsburg,
Mrs. It. D. Thomas, of Toronto, and
daughter, Mrs. Holmes, aro visiting Mrs,
Jane Watklns on Quincy avenuo.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hutson, of Wash
burn street, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
James Acker, of Pateram, N. J.
Ullsa Helen Nlemeyer, of Madison ave
nue. Is pending a fow weeks with friends
at Philadelphia and Atlamtlo City.
Mrs. Thomas Thomas, of Lafavette
street, has gone to New York city to meet
hor husband who is expected from Wales.
Miss Kommerer, of Upper Lohlgh, and
Mlsa Barney, of Philadelphia, havo re
turned to their homes after a visit In this
Mr. I. A. Finch and daughter, Miss
Florence, have returned from Cottage
City. Mr. Findh was much Improved in
Professor F. B. Hunt, of Peddlo insti
tute, Now Jersey, waa in the city during
tho week looking up old friends at tho
WIlMam O'Brien, Mrs. V. O. Finch, Miss
May E. 6telle, (Mis Louise E Seybolt,
L. J, LaBar and J. II, Wilson and wife
were registered at th Bt. Denis in New
York during tho -week.
THE Young Men's Christian asso
ciation in this city will suffer
a severe loss this year in tho
absence of assistant secretary
Wiley whose faithful, rarncst
work in that organization 1ms been a
feature for tho past throe years. Few
people outside the association realize
how valuable has been his presence and
Interest during this time. Possessed of
great natural aljlllty in business, and a
religious spirit beautiful on every side,
his gentle and obliging steadfastness
has been of incalculable service.
Mr. Wiley will leave In January for n
preparatory course at Wyoming sem
inary after which the long deferred
hope of his heart for a college education
will bo realized. Mr. Wiley has labored
under great disadvantages as since ear
ly boyhood his financial help has been
needed at his home and the ambition
to study for th'o ministry has been un
satisfied. Now through his own efforts
a way has opened and the probability
of a university career seems very
promising. Mr. Wiley will still con
tinue his connection with our Young
Men's Christian association, where his
work will go on to some degree in va
cation and on Sunday. Just at present
lie is actively engaged In booking lec
ture and entertainment courses In vari
ous towns In this region and elsewhere.
Tho course arranged for the Young
Men's Christian association of this city
Is more extensive and probably of a
higher order than any yet given here.
It will average a fortnightly entertain
ment during the senson and will open
Oct. 19 with an attraction of the stand
ard course sure to appeal very strongly
to Scrantonlans for it will signalize the
first professional appearance of our own
Edith Norton, who will como with the
famous instrumental quartette, the
Park sisters. The next will bo the
Boston Ladles' Symphony orchestra,
accompanied by Carl Marshall White
and conducted by Mr. Howard, is too
widely known to need further com
ment. Dec, 13. General John B. Gordon, tho
famous southern senator and orator, will
deliver his great lecture, "Closing Days
of tho Confederacy."
Jan. 20. Rov. J. J. Lewis, of Chicago,
will givo tho Illustrated lecture of tho
"Passion Play of Oberammergau."
Feb. 8. Mr. A. V. Bower, lecture,
March 4. The Ohio Torbctt Concert
company. Including the celebrated Swed
ish Luttermann quartette.
Tho members' course consists of a
number of excellent entertainments, as
Nov. 20. Lovett's Boston Stars, singing
humorist vlollnst, reader, etc.
Dec. 20. Colonel Bain In his great lec
ture, "Tho New Woman and tho Old
Jan. 13. Captain Jack Crawford, tho
Feb. 22.-J. William Mason, tho noted
humorist, who has been on tho Phila
delphia Young Men's Christian associa
tion courso for twelve years.
March 2S Edison Vltagraph company.
April 11. John Thomas Concert com
pany. The second day's session of the Sus
quehanna association at Brooklyn
opened on Thursday morning with
President F. E. Loomls in the chair.
The reports from parishes showed en
couraging elements of growth, notably
In Gibson, where regular services have
not been held for some years. The
hope is that in future the Gibson
church will be opened every Sunday.
The morning sermon was preached by
James Herrlck, lay preacher at Fleet
vllle, from the text Amos, lv-12, "Pre
pare to meet thy God, Oh, Israel."
Tho report of the committee on obit
uaries brought to light the fact that
nine, since the last meeting, have been
called on high. They are: Ellsha Tif
fany, of Dlmock; Mrs. Harriet Kent, of
Brooklyn; Mrs. Maria Barber, of
Scranton; Mr. Elmer G. Bacon, of
Nicholson: Mrs. David Willmarth, of
Hopbottom; Mrs. Permelia Hawley, of
Hopbottom; Mrs. Ives, of New Mil
ford; Mr. and Mrs. Asa Day, Hopbot
tom. At the session of the Young People's
union, the following officers were nomi
nated: President, Rev. R. E. Horn;
vice-president, S. B. Eldrldge; secre
tary, Miss Gertrude Waldle; treasurer,
J. L. Tiffany. It was voted to publish
a quarterly paper during the coming
year, and Rev. R. E. Horn was chosen
editor and manager. The association
will meet next year at Gibson and Rev.
F. W. Whippen, of Scranton, is to
preach the occasional sermon.
The closing sermon of this session
was preached by Rev. F. E. Adams, of
Hopbottom, from I Cor., xllI-12, "Now
we see through a glass darkly, but then
face to face."
The choir of tho Brooklyn church
gave the meetings excellent help and
they were assisted In the afternoon
session by Mrs. E. M. Tiffany, of Hop
bottom, who gave an Inspiring solo.
The usual resolution of thanks to tho
entertaining parish was passed by a
most hearty vote. The meetings were
very Interesting and inspiring.
Probably tho best news that Scran
ton people could hear regarding honor
to one of Its citizens would ho
that of having Rev. Rogers Is
rael selected as a successor to
Hlhop Rullson, tho much-loved
prelate of this dloce&o of the
Episcopal church. Thero Is a possibil
ity that such a choice may be made,
although it is not known whether Mr.
Israel will allow his name to go before
tho Diocesan convention. Should he do
so, a largo number of Scrantonlans, ir
respective of denomination, would un
affectedly rejoice, for since his advent
to this city his reputation for zealous
Christian work has extended far be
yond tho confines of his own parish, or
in fact this diocese. "
The second quarterly meeting of this
conference year, of the United Evan
gelical church, of Scranton and Sibley
charge will be held on Saturday and
Sunday, Sept. 11 and 12. Preaching
services In the Sibley church, Satur
day evening at 7 o'clock. Quarterly
conference after services. On Sunday
morning services and the Lord's Sup
per. In tho evenine services and the
Lord's Supper in tho Trinity Evangeli
cal church, Little England. Rev. C. D.
Moore, of Green Ridge, will bo present
to olllclato in the services. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to all.
The parsonage of tho German Pres
byterian church, which stands on a plot
of ground owned by the congregation,
on Farvlew avenue, will be dedicated
Sunday afternoon. The building was
erected by Contractor Anthony Dick
man and was but recently completed.
It Is the result of much personal effort
upon tho part of tho congregation,
which Is not largo numerically. Rev.
J. Schoettlc, pastor of the church, will
have charge of tho ceremonies and will
be assisted by Rev. E. J. Schmidt, Rqv.
F. E. Haas, both of South Scranton,
and tho churoh ofllclals.
A beautiful work has been taken up
by a number of young women Inter
ested in religious advance In this city
in a way that 'Vlll appeal to many
hearts. Tho Presbyterian church has a
mission called tho West Lackawanna
Mission, which' has dono an enormous
amount of good in that locality. Re
cently Miss Thomas ,a kindergartener,
formerly of Plttston, who Is Interested
in charitable and religious nuns, sug
gested that a kindergarten be estab
lished In this particularly neglected
Held, and that sho would give her ser
vices If the voung women who had
been Identified In the mission work
would assist her In taking caro of tho
largo number of children who would
undoubtedly wish to enter. Volunteers
have been received so rapidly that the
kindergarten Is a success, thanks to
Mrs. 13. L. Fuler, who has arranged to
furnish supplies, nnd also to the young
girls who are each to give up one fore
noon a week to this branch of the
Master's service. Those who will assist
Miss Thomas during the term are the
Misses Hanley, tho Misses Sanderson,
Miss Elizabeth Torrey, Miss Stelle,
Miss Blrdsall, Miss Grace Kierstead.
The children will pay a nominal fee
one penny a day, which Is all they can
pay for the privilege, the influence of
which must certainly be felt In that
The full chorus and quartette will be
In attendance at the services In the
Penn Avenuo Baptist church tomorrow.
Haydn Evans will preside at tho organ
and direct tho singing. Tho following
programme will bo rendered:
Organ prelude, Grand Chorus, E flat,
Anthem, "God Is a Spirit" Bennett
Pastor's choir "As White ns Snow
Offertory. "O. Lord, Thou Hath
Searched Mo Out" Bennett
Organ prelude, "Lullaby" Bartlctt
Anthem, "How Lovely Aro tho Mes
(From St. Paul.)
Offertory "Como Yo Disconsolate
Postlude .... shay
Full chorus and quartotto will bo In
Haydn Evans, organist and director.
The International committee of tho
Y. W. C. A. at the Detroit convention,
last April, accepted the courtesy of tho
International Y. M. C. A., which extends
the benefits of their new educational
movement. This movement includes
(1) tho establishment of uniform stand
ard courses, (2) the holding of annual
simultaneous examinations, and (3) tho
granting of International certificates.
Tho Scranton Y. W. C. A. has put Its
work on this new basis and now offers
the following courses: Literature and
Germah, the Industrial classes, includ
ing plain sewing, embroidery and mil
linery. The elementary arithmetic and
English, Chatauqua Circle, Laurel club
and Bible study will be free to mem
bers. An educational rally will be held
Sept. 23. Talks will be given by promi
nent people, with good music, followed
by a social hour. Tho classes will open
Oct. 4. The best of teachers will bo
secured. The outlook Is bright for ex
cellent results In this department of
The annual convention of the Ger
man ministers of the Rast will meet
In the German Presbyterian church, on
Hickory street, on Monday. The con
vention will open at 7.30 p. m. with
services conducted by the Rev. Dr.
Selbert, professor of theology at the
Theological seminary at Bloomfleld, N.
J. Business meeting will take place
on Tuesday morning, beginning at 9
o'clock, with half-hour devotional ex
ercises. In the evening, at 7.30. ser
vices will be held in the church, in
which the delegates will take part. To
all meetings, especially Monday and
Tuesday evenings, the congregation is
Miss Katherlne Hills, of Hartford,
Conn., who will teach physical train
ing at the Young Women's Christian
association this year, will bo here the
last of the month to prepare for the
opening of the gymnasium the first of
October. Miss Hills comes highly rec
ommended from Dr. "William Anderson.
She is a graduate of Dr. Anderson's
Normal School of Gymnastics, of New
Haven, Conn. She has a teaching ex
perience of live years, and1 is fully
capable of taking up the work at the
Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Lowry, the secretary,
will be glad to talk with any one who
wishes to enter the classes. ,
The State Executive committee of tho
Y. W. C. A. held their regular monthly
meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Wadham's
summer home at Harvey's lake.
Captain C J. Hoppes and Lieutenant
Unanghst have arrived and taken
charge of tho American Volunteers'
meetings, which will be held nt 513
Lackawanna avenue. Services will be
held Saturday night and all day Sun
day. Every night, except Monday,
there will bo services. Mrs. Hoppes,
the wonderful singer, will arrive Tues
day. All Christians are Invited to help.
An autumn leaf Christian Endeavor
rally will bo hold at Glen Onoko one
week from today. Rev. J. Wilbur
Chapman, D. D the evangelist, wi.l
address tho gathering; ulso Rev.
George B. Stewart, D. D of Hnnls
burg, Pa., ex-nrcsldent ot the Penn
sylvania Christian Endeavor union. A
special train will run from Plttston via
the Lehigh Valley railroad connections
made at WllkesBarre with the Dela
ware and Hudson. From Hazleton and
vicinity tickets will be good on regular
The Infant school of the Calvary Re
formed church will picnic at Nay Aug,
Saturday, Sept. 11. Tho pastor will
preach on Sunday, Sept. 12, tho second
of his sermons on Elijah.
Rev. F. A. Dony occupied tho pulpit
at East Rush last Sunday. Not tho
one, however, which Mr. Hogan did not
The following is Dr. J. M". Buckley's
reply to a question which has agitated
many Scranton clergymen In recent
In my church the organist and one
other of tho main leading singers at
tend tho ball, dance, and play cards.
They aro very Influential members of tho
church, and It seems as If wo could not
get on without them. Thero Is a good
deal of complaint about them. They
could not bo Induced to give up the
forbidden amusements, but they will quit
the service and probably tho church if
they uro put out of their positions. What
Is my duty In tho matter?
A. There Is no reason for putting them
out of their positions that would not
i require their exclusion from tho church.
IT GOES ON WITH A RUSH
And more feet are being fitted with good shoes by the Kline Shoe Co., than at
any other three stores in town, Yet, 'twould be strange were it otherwise,
FINE SHOES SELL HERE FOR LESS MONEY
Than the manufacturers ever dreamt of making them for, simply because wc
must close out the stock, and there's only a week or two to do it in now.
WILL PRICES LIKE THESE TEMPT YOU
THE, NUMBER 9 PUZZLE.
It wo had not told you
Lace or button, all widths,
( aipn nnd tnna Pllionn nt
K. S. Co's Prlco, $1.23.
Russot or black, any size,
lalost stylos, worth $3.50.
K. S. Co's Price, $1.75.
Endless in wear, sizes 9 to
12. A wonderful 75 cent
K. S. Co.'s Price, 50c
THE KLINE SHOE CO.
326 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Purchasers of The Famous Shoe Store.
The Discipline plainly makes It tho duty
of tho pastor to proceed against such
persons when ho hecomes nware of tho
facts. It does not make It his duty to
play tho part of a detective, but In a
conspicuous case, whero his nttentlon Is
directed to It, ho must steadily and pa
tiently endeavor to Induce them to give
up these things. If they wero not mem
bers of the church, and were employed
from outside, definitely having a good
moral reputation, and It was Impossible
to secure n good organist and singer from
among the people, It might not bo neces
sary to Inquire Into their habits with
regard to amusements. Tho Issue thnt
you havo raised Is an Issue of member
ship, and that Is tho primary Issue to
settle. Tho question of getting on with
out them Is not the question. No person
Is necessary to God's plan. No local
church Is necessary to His plans. If
Methodism had gono upon that simple
principle, which none can deny, It would
not havo had half as many members as
It now has, but It would havo more moral
power. We do not refer merely to
amusements, but to the administration of
moral and religious discipline.
Religious News Mes.
At the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon
at 3.45 an unusually Interesting meet
ing will be held. F. M. Bouton will
speak and there will be special music
(instrumental and vocal) under the
direction of Prof. J. M. Chance.
Tho Abington Baptist association
closed Its convention Thursday after
noon. The reports showed a decrease
In missionary collections, probably to
ho attributed to tho hard times. The
decrease Is noted chiefly in the largo
churches, which is a significant fact.
St. Luke's church Is still closed on
account of tiling the floor, but the Rev.
Rogers Israel, tho rector, will hold ser
vices at the usual hours In St. Mark's
mission, Dunmore. The bodv of the
late Rt. Rev. W. S. Rullson, D. D.,
bishop of the diocese of central Penn
sylvania, was sent homo from Manklm,
Germany, on Tuesday last by steamer
Lann. Tho funeral service will be held
Friday, Sept. 17, at 2 p. m., In the pro
cathedral, South Bethlehem.
Aella Greene, for many years con
nected with the Springfield Republican,
will address the meetlnir for railroad
men and their families at tho Railroad
department of tho Young Men's Chris
tian association, on Lackawanna ave
nue, tomorrow afternoon at 3.43 o'clock,
Mr. Greene, besides being a speaker of
eloquence and power.has written poetry
that bus been highly commended by
Whlttler, Longfellow, George William
Curtis and other critics and poets.
Railroad men and their families nre
cordially Invited to attend this service.
St. Luke's parish Rev. Rogers Israel,
rector; Rev. E. J. Haughton, curate;
Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity. Whllo
tho parish church Is closed services will
bo held by tho rector In St. Mark's mis.
slon, Dunmore, corner Blakcly and Pot
ter streets as follows: 8.30 a. m holy
communion; 10.30 a. m., morning prayer
and sermon; 3 p. m., Sunday school: 4
p. m evening and prayer. Laurel Hill
and Throop cars pass tho doors.
St. David's church Corner Jackson
street and Bromley avenue, 10.30 a. m.,
morning prayer and sermon by Rev. Wil
liam Coney, of Leechburg, Pa,; 2.30 Sun
day school; 7.30 p. m., evening prayer
and sermon, by Rev. Rogers Israel, rec
tor of St. Luko's church.
Grace Reformed Episcopal church
Wyoming avenuo, below Mulberry street.
Prayer and praise service, 9.30 a. m.;
Dlvlno worship. 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. in.;
preaching by tho pastor. Sabbath school,
12 m.; Young People's Socjety of Chris
tian Endeavor. 6.30 p. m. Seats all free.
Strangers welcome. Thursday evening,
7,45 o'clock, Union Ulblo class for the
study of tho lesson. All welcome.
Providence Presbytorlan church
Preaching by tho pastor, Rev. George 13.
Guild. Morning theme. "An Incident In
Christ's Ministry in Galilee." Evening
theme, "An Apostlo's Testimony," Sun
about it already, you never could guess how we do it.
Lace or Congress, a com
bination of stylo and dura
bility. Worth $1.50.
K. S. Co's Prlco, $1.19.
Up-to-date, nobby goods,
of exquisite beauty, wore
$4.50 and SC00.
K. S. Co's Price, $3.29.
Russots in lace. Elegant
fresh stock that sold at
$1.50 and $2.00.
K. S.Co'8 Price, $1.10
of our $3.oo Ladies' 3 Button
day school, at 12 m.; Junior Endeavor, 3
p. m,; Senior Endeavor, G.33 p. m. .
Green Ridgo Baptist church Itev. W.
J. Ford, pastor. Services at 10.30 a. m.
and 7.30 p. m. Praise servico before the
First Baptist church Scranton street,
Rev. S. F. Mathews, pastor. Prayer
meeting, 10 a. m led by Deacon Ashel
man; Thomo for Sabbath morning will
bo "Review of the Association," by tho
pastor. Tho meeting In tho evening will
bo under tho direction of tho Yoke-Fellows'
band," of tho Railway Young Men's
Christian association; Sunday school, 2
p. m. Dr. Beddoe, superintendent;
Young People's prayer meeting, C.30 p.
m led by Ruell A. Capwell. All are cor
Penn Avenuo Baptist church Rev. Jo
seph K. Dixon, D. D pastor, will preach
at 10.30 a. m. and 7. 30 p. m. Theme for
morning, Tho Eloquenco of Worship."
und In tho evening, "Christ the Working
Man's Friend." A Labor Day sermon,
Labor organizations Invited. Blbls school
at 2 p. m. Nay Aug Falls mission school,
1320 Mulberry street, at 3.30 o'clock. Young
People's meeting at C.30 sharp. You will
be cordially welcomed at all tho ser
vices. First Presbyterian church Washington
avenue. Preaching morning and evening
by tho pastor. Rev. James McLeod, D. D.
Christian Endeavor service, e.30 p. m.
People's Prohibition church Rev. Dr.
Bird, pastor. Thero will bo regular
preaching servico on Sabbath at 323 Ad
ams avenue, opposite the armory at 10.U0
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school at 12
m. Morning subject, "A Noble Character
That Stood tho Test;" evening subject,
"Who Killed Theodoro Raymond on La
bor Day?" Everybody welcome.
Howard Placo African M. E. church
Rev. II. A. Grant, B.D., pastor, 10.30 a. m.,
subject, "Christ tho Door;" 2.30. SunJuy
school; 7.40 p. m subject, "On Hearing."
Second Presbyterian dhurch Itev. Ohas.
13. Robinson. D. D., pastor. Services
10.3-Va. m. .and 7.30 p. m. Tho pastor will
preach morning and evening. All wel
come. Court Street Methodist Episcopal church
Rev. Georgo T. Price, pastor. Preach
ing at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning
subject, "Tho Christian Graces;" evening
subject, "Tho Effects of tho Gospel on
Opposite Characters." Dpworth league
prayer meeting at 0.30 p. m.
Jackson Street Baptist church Tho
pastor, Rev. Thomas do Gruchy, will
preach at 10.30 a, m. Topic, "Old Ene
mies." Sunday school at 2 p. m. Con
tinental mission at 2 p. m. Evening ser
vice at 7 sharp. Regular praise servico.
Como and sing. A short sermon by pas
tor. Topic, "Esau's Mlatnke." Commun
ion nt closo of service, our evening ser
vico Is a. popujar service for all. You aro
alt welcome. Seats aro all free. Come.
Elm Park church Prayer and praise
sorvlce at 9.30; preaching at 10.30 a. m.
and 7.30 p. m. by tho pastor, C. M. GlfJln,
D. D. Sunday school at 2 and Epworth
league at C.30 p. m.
Graco Evangelical Lutheran church,
corner Madison avenuo and Mulberry
street Rev. Foster U. Gift, pastor. Tho
enlargemont of tho chapel Is completed
antl re-opening services will bo held at
10.30 a. m. and at 7,30 p. m. Programme
will consist of special muslo and ad
dresses. First Church of Christ (Scientist), No,
619 Adams avenuo. Sunday service, 10.30
a, m. Testimonial meotlng' Friday even
ing at 8 o'clock. All welcome. Seats
All Souls' Unlvcrsallst church Rev. F.
W. Whippen, pastor. Morning subject,
"Tho Grass on tho Mountains;" evening
subject, "Seeking God."
Seventh Day Adventlsts Tho peoplo In
tho vicinity of Park Placo and Green
Ridge, uro being considerably stirred ov
er tho work of tho evangelists, who aro
holding services In their largo pavilion,
near Mason & Snowdon'a lumber yard,
and many of tho peoplo in that part
of the city havo excepted of the views
that aro being presented. Subject Sun
day nt 2.30 "Repentance;" Sunday eve
ning at 7.30, "Tho Transfiguration on tho
Mount." All aro Invited.
Waverly Baptist church Rev. A. Ber
gen Browe, pastor. At 10.30 a. m. the
pastor will repeat, by request, tho ser
mon delivered before tho Ahlncton as
sociation, and at 8 p. m. "Tho Heart's
Director and Direction;" B. Y. P, U. at
7 p. m., leader, Ocorgo Lelghton.
Washburn Street Presbyterian church
Rev. John P. Moffat, pastor. Services
at 10.30 a, ni. nnd 7.30 p. m.; Blblo school,
at 12 m.; Junior Christian Endeavor, at
3.30 p. jn.i Senior Christian Endeavor,
Common senso stylos,
widths A, B and C, sizos
2, 3 and 31 only.
K. S. Co.sPrico, $1.00.
Square toes. Tho best $1.50
value in town.
K. S. Co's Price, 39c
Laco or button, stool make,
tho regular $a and $3 kind.
Sizos 13 to 2.
K.S. Co's Price, $1.05
Low Shoes for $1.50.
at C.20 p. m. Report from delegate to
the San Francisco convention at tho C.20
service. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7.30 p. m. Tho pastor will preach In tho
morning on "Tho Two Likenesses," and
In tho evening on "Moral Character.".
All cordially Invited to all of theso ser
vices. Hickory Street Presbyterian church
Dlvlno services at 10.30 a. ni. Tho Rev.
A. W. Fismcr, of Brooklyn, N. Y., will
fill tho pulpit. At 7.30 p. m. tho Young
People's union will celebrate its tenth an
niversary, tho Rev. A. Wlrth, of Eliza
beth, N. J., will deliver tho address. All
aro Invited to attend. Thero will be spe
cial music under tho leadership of Pro
fessor G. Smith.
Church of tho Good Shepherd Green
Rldgo street and Monsey avenuo. Ser
vices for tho Thirteenth Sunday aftoe
Trinity: Holy communion, 8 a. m.;
morning prayer. Litany, sermon, 10.30;
Sunday school and Bible classes, 2.30 p.
m.; evening prayer and sermon, 7.30 p.
m. All seats free, all welcome.
Freo McthodHt Will have preaching In
Co-operative hall, 128 North Main ave
nue, Hyde Park, this Sabbath at 3 p. m.
All welcome. John Cavnnaugh, pastor.
Green Rldgo Presbyterian church
Morning servico nt 10.30. Evening ser
vice at 7.30; Blblo school at 12 m.; meeting;
of tho Endeavor society nt C.30 p. m.
Rev. Isaac J. Lansing, D. D will com
mence his work In this church nnd preach
both morning and evening. All welcome.
Calvary Reformed church Corner Mon
roo avenuo and Gibson street, Rev. G.
W. Welsh, pastor. Church services, 10.30
a. m subject "Comfort;" Sunday school,
11.45 a. m.; Junior Christian Endeavor,
C.15 p. m.; Senior Christian Endeavor,
C.43 p. m.; evening service, 7.30 p. m.,
subject, "Solitude or Elijah at Chcrlth.'V'
Tho Lyric Music company of Syra
cuse, N. Y., has Just issued two beauti
ful selections for church or homo usej
"Jesus Lover of My Soul" nnd "Pil
grims of the Night." The first is a duet
for soprano and alto and tho other may;
by used as a quartette or for chorus.
The music of both selections was com
posed by Organist George Noyes Rock
well, formerly of Scranton, and with
this announcement It Is probably need
less to state that they are gems In tho
line of sacred music and fully up to Mr.
Rockwell's standard of excellence.
II II II
Miss Katharine Timberman spent last
Sunday In Wllkes-Barro singing- tit tlio
First Methodist church iDr. Pearce'a
church), where sho has accented tho
position of contralto soloist. Miss Tim
berman will not reside m Wilkes-B.irra
as has been erroneously announced, but
will devote her entire time to teaching
voice culture nnd singing at the Scran
ton Conservatory of Music.
II II II
Lillian B'.auvelt will return from Eu
rope this week and after a rest of at
few days will co to Worcester whero
sho Is engaged as leading prima donna,
of the musical festival. Sho has been
prevailed upon to remain in America
this entire season in response to tho
numerous offers from all parts of tho
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Miss Cordelia. Freeman, tho well
known soprano.returncd Thursday from
Glen Summit, where sho sang with
great success at a muslcalo given by
Mrs. Arnett, of Philadelphia. Miss
Freeman also sang yesterday nt a.
muslcalo given by Mrs. W. Scott Stiles,
II II II
Mrs. Katherlne B. Wilcox has been
Invited to read a paper at the National
Association of Muslo Teachers at Cin
cinnati. II II II .
T. J. Davis, Mus. Baa, says thero la
no truth in tho report that ho la to bo
come Instructor of muslo In Gale col
lege, Wis. He Intends to remain In this