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TJUU SCKAJNTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, MARCH 17. 1893.
DAY'S DOINGS IN
Marriage of MIr Annie Jcnklnt lo
Qtorga Scbollhate at Drldc'i Home.
IT WAS A BRILLIANT EVBNT
Ileoeptlon Teudcrcil to Mr. and Mrs.
Cunrlai Richards Id Honor ofThoIr
MorrliKO--CongrrBiUon ot Mctho
dist Church Auk lor tho Ileturn nl
Iter. Uitltnm KilgnrI'i" Allogcd
Vlolntor of the Liquor Lbivi Ar-ranted.-Mliior
A weddlnp of unusual brilliance took
idace last evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Jenkins, of I'utnnm
street. The contractinir parties were
their daughter, Miss Annie Jenkins,
and George Schellhase. Tho ceremony
was performed In the presence of
many friends in the parlor, which was
elaborately decorated with palms and
cut plants. At 8 o'clock the couple
entered the parlor attended by MIsh
Sdoud Bebee nnd Lorlmer Bonner, both
ot Wllkes-Barre. A beautiful wedding
anarch was played by Miss Alma
In tho center of the room they were
met by Rev. W. G. Watklns, who read
tl.e brief and simple wedding ritual of
tho Baptist church. Tho bride was at
tired In a gown of brown satin, and
her maid wore black silk trimmed with
pink lace. Tho groom was attired in a
suit of conventional black. At the con
clusion of the ceremony a sumptuous
wedding repast was served to the
Kupsts. The bride was the recipient of
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
William Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. Charlefl
Itealn, Henry Schellho.se, Mrs. Koch,
Mr. and Mrs. David Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. John Koch, Mr. and Mrs. N. F.
Van Dyke. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Con
rad, Mr. and Xrs. William Pass, Mr.
and Mrs. t). H. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hummler, A. M. Sprague, J. M.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Sehoenfleld, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Palmer, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Phillips, Mr. mid Mrs. Henry
Jenk'ns, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lewis,
Daniel Emory, Mr. and Mrs. James
Jones. David Nicholas, Miss Elner
Hugh, Mrs. Frank Richards, Miss Ber
nlce Conger, Miss Margaret Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. Clancy, Mrs. Bertha Stevans,
MIfa Alma Clancy, Harry Thomas,
Miss Thomas, Alvln Morgan, Asburn
Richards, Miss Bertha Simmons, Mrs.
Hopkln Jenkins, Mrs. Thomas Lewis,
Benjamin Lewis, David Lewlfl, Miss
EITle Koch, Miss Anna Schellhase.
From out of town the following were
present: Rev. T. C. Prltehard, Phll
llpsburg, N. J.: Mr. and Mrs, Frank
Jones, Mill Creek; Mr. and Mrs, Mar
tin Sacks, Camden, N. J.; Mr. nnd
Mrs. George Schellhase, Philadelphia;
Miss Maud Bebee, WIlkes-Barrc; Mr.
La Rue Bougher, Wllkce-Barre; Mr.
William Brldger, Blnghamton, N. Y.;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burrltt, Pittston;
Mrs. Kllllan, Miss Nell Killlan, Miss
Ada Ktllian, Harry Killlan, West Pitts
ton; Mrs. Jonathan Davis, Miss An
nie Davis, Edmond Lewis, George Ev
ens, Mr. and Mrs. William Jenkins,
RECEPTION LAST EVENING.
A reception was tendered Mr. and
Or we might say probably, you have been thinking of Fashions
in gowns for the coming Spring. If you have not, it will be
pleasant for you to know that we have done a lot of thinking
for you, and the outcome of our thoughts awaits your inspec
Our Cloak Department Today or
any day from this date forward. As we stated when we made
our opening dress goods announcement, the correct Fashion
demands tailor made gowns this season. The fabrics, the cut
of the garments and mode of making up all point to this fact,
and if for no other reason than to get a full insight into right
styles for Spring wear, we think it will be well worth your while
to visit our cloak and suit department while the cream of new
fashions ideas remains unbroken.
being fashionable, it follows that such materials as Coverts,
Broad Cloths, Tweeds, etc., are the leaders in popular favor. In
these wc show many examples of high-class costumes art, not
New Style Jacket Suit at $18
This is made up from new Bicycle Cloth and runs in Cadet Blue,
Greenish mixtures, etc. The skirt is of the new tan shade, the
jacket irreproachable in style and finish, and the whole coin
prises a suit worthy the best dressed woman in this city. Your
dressmaker cannot produce its equal because she neither knows
the art nor has the facilities.
Another Suit at Only $12.50
Will win many admirers. It is made up from English Twill
Covert Cloth, has all the Fashion can give it to make it cor
rect, and is as well finished as the foregoing higher priced suit.
For Spring wear nothing could be more suitable, as the jacket
may be worn separately or the skirt separately, as desired.
Yet These Are Only Two
out of many, and nothing but a visit will give you an adequate
idea of the inducements our stock really offers.
Silk Skirts for Ladies. Traveling Suits for La
dies. Smart Jackets for Children. Stylish Waists
for Hisses and Women. Smart Spring Jackets all
and the other etceteras to be found in a first-class cloak and
suit house await your inspection.
Mrs. Chnrles nichards at the home ot
William Richards, of 1717 Summit ave
nue, last evening. The event was In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Richards' mar
riage, which occurred yesterday in tho
First Welsh Baptist church ot the,
The house and its surroundings were
made merry by tho largo throng, who
Indulged in games and other diversions.
Several vocal selections were rendered.
During the evening a running fcupper
Was served. The wedding presents
were many and beautiful. Mr. and
Mis. Richards will reside here.
The fourth quarterly conference of
Providence Methodist Episcopal church
wna held on Tuesday evening. This
conference Is composed of trustees,
stewards, exhorters, local preachers,
class leaders nnd other olilclals of the
church. There was an unusually largo
attendance. The work of the past year
was reviewed under the direction of .the
presiding elder, Rev. J. O. Eckman, D,
D. Plans were adopted for future
An interesting feature ot the confer
enco was tho presentation of a petition
signed by every member present ask
ing for the return of Rev. William Ed
gar for the fourth year. This unani
mous request, evidences th'o cordial re
lation existing between pastor and peo
ple. About two weeks ago, the pastor
was agreeably surprised by being pre
sented with a large crayon picture of
himself. This was encased in a beau
WILL MAKE A CHANGE.
The Garfield lodge, formerly a mem
ber of the order of Loyal Knights of
America, has renounced its allegiance
to that order and Is now about, to be
come a subordinate of the Knights of
Pythias. Such was the action decided
upon by a number of the members of
the lodge at a meeting last Tuesday
The society is considered the strong
est financially in tills section nnd has
enrolled upon Its list some of the most
Influential men in this part of the city.
Five mnro proprietors ot alleged
"speak-easies" were arraigned last
evening before Alderman Roberts. The
prosecutor In each case was. T. H. C.
Maloney. They are: Owen J. Fergus
on, John A. Winters, of Pine Brook;
Mary A. Purcell, Frank Wantronskl,
Mary and John Kastoskl, of Priceburg.
All were held in $300 ball.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
The funeral of William Blanchard
will take place this afternoon from the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Blanchard, of East Market street.
Interment will be made in Forest Hill
Mark Hallstead, of Blnghamton, N.
Y., is spending a few days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall
stead, of Oak street.
Miss Lucy Lynn, of Hawley, Is visit
ing relatives here.
Rev. Edwin B. Olmstead, of Blng
hamton, secretary for many years of
the Wyoming conference, will lecture
In the Methodist Episcopal church this
evening on "Some Leaves from My Va
cation Note Books," Mr. Olmstead has
put his journeylngs abroad into a de
E. Kohiimon'o Sons1
Bock Beer on tap in all hotels and res
LIVE NEWS OF
Tde Dagfer-Rlchards Wedding at Con
SNDAK THIEVES AT THEIR WORK
They Secnre Booty, Valued nt tlBO,
from the Itoildenco ol Mr. nnd Mri.
1'reeinnn, ol JUnm Avenue--Thren
lloyi Who ltnu Awny Irom Home
Aro TnLoii Into Cuitody by the
I'ollce--Evonts Scheduled Tonight.
1'orionnl nnd Otlior Horn.
Miss Elizabeth, the charming daugh
ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Dagger,
of Towder avenue, was united in mar
riage to Charles Richards, of North
Scranton, yesterday afternoon nt 3
o'clock nt tho First Welsh Congrega
The ceremony was witnessed by a
large number of relatives who were in
attendance. At tho stated hour tho
wedding march from Lohengrin an
nounced the npproach of the bridal
party, and John Jones nnd Frank
Bevon, ushers, led the way, followed
by the bridesmaid, Miss Elizabeth
Richards, a sister of the groom. The
bride, leaning on her father's arm,
came next. The party were met at tho
altar by the groom and his best man,
Handel Jones, accompanied by the
other two ushers, David James nnd
During the ceremony, which was per
formed by Rev. M. II. Jones, of Par
sons, assisted by Rev, W. F. DavJes,
of North Scranton, the organist, Mrs.
D. B. Thomas, softly played the air
from "O (Promise Me." At the con
clusion and as the bridal party passed
out, Mrs, Thomns rendered Mendel
ssohn's wedding march. The bride was
attired in a neat-llttlng costumo of
cadet blue poplin, with satin trim
mings, and carried white carnations.
The maid looked very pretty in a gown
of military blue, with satin trimmings,
and carried pink carnations. The party
repaired to the residence of the groom's
parents, at 1727 Summit avenue, where
a reception was held In the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Richards are both well
known young people of this section,
Mrs. Richards being very popular
among the younger members of the
First Welsh Baptist church, while Mr.
Richards is a trusted employe of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
company and a tenor singer of no mean
ability. They will reside for the pres
ent with his parents, In North Scran
ton. BURGLARS AT WORK.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Freeman left their residence, at the
corner of South Main avenue nnd
Washburn street, about 7.45 o'clock to
attend a concert at the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church, Just about
500 feet distant. They returned about
During the period of their absence
person or persons, as yet unknown,
entered the house and ransacked It
from top to bottom. They secured
booty to the value of about $150. The
articles taken comprised jewelry, etc.,
and a purse containing a small sum of
money, the property of Mrs. Freeman.
Entrance was effected by placing a
ladder against the rear of the house
and raising a window, which was not
secured and opened into one of the
It was a daring piece of work, as It
is quite light in that locality, and up to
10.30 o'clock many people pass within
twenty or one hundred feet on either
Washburn street or Main avenue.
Everything seems to Indicate that the
burglars were well acquainted with the
fact that there was no one at home
at Freeman's or at the parsonage next
door on Washburn street, where Rev.
J. P. Motntt resides. The police are at
work upon the case.
THREE BOYS ARRESTED.
David Lewist Edward Jones and
John Jones, 14, 13 and 15 years ot age
respectively, were arrested about 2,30
o'clock yesterday morning by Patrol
man Hart, near the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western crossing on West.
Lackawanna avenue. The parents of
each boy were notified and the two
Jones boys were taken to their respec
tive homes, while Lewis was allowed to
remain nt the station house.
Last evening nil three were given a
hearing before Alderman Kellow. There
was no particular charge against them.
Their parents had asked that If the
boys were seen roaming around that
they be arrested. Thus were the boys
prepared for the admlntsteiing of jus
tice. The two Jones boys were dis
charged with a reprimand, and the
Lewis lad was fined a small amount
for having carried q revolver.
The ancflts were due to an escapade
on their part and considerable anx
iety on the part of their parents. Last
Thursday afternoon, Instead ot being
at school the three lads met and de
cided upon a trip. They had a desire
to roam and roam they did. By Sat
urday afternoon they were nearly as
far as Buffalo. An uncle of Lewis
lived at Farmersvllle, N, Y., and he
had been there before, so that place
became the objective point.
Traveled-stained nnd footsore-laddlea
were they when they nt last reached
the uncle's residence. Greetings were
given nnd taken, but the old gentle
man's suspicions were aroused, and he
wrote to his brother, Thomas Lewis,
of Jackson etreet. In reply he received
Instructions from both Mr. Lewis and
John Jones and Thomas B. Jones, the
three worried fathers to hasten their
sons on the backward Journey imme
diately. They arrived here early yes
terday morning, nnd were on their
way to their homes when accosted by
The above Is Lewis' explanation. Not
either ot the three boys had first spok
en of going away to their parents, and
tho anxiety of the parents caused the
lntenentlon of the police for fear of
their getting into trouble.
SOME SOCIAL AFFAIRS.
Today Is the day which is dear to
the heart of every son of the Emerald
Isle. It marks the anniversary of the
birth of the Isle's patron, Saint, St.
Patrick. This evening an affair will be
held at Mears' hall to fittingly observe
the day by Division, No. 1, Ancient
Order of Hibernians. Not only has a
well selected programme been ar
ranged, but Rev. E. S. Phillips, of
Hazleton, is expected to be present and
will speak, The programme for the
evening will be opened with an address
by Chairman M. II. Henley. A solo by
Edward Walsh will follow. Rev. E. S.
Phillips will then speak. Sketcjies by
Btevens and Cole, Franey, Davltt and
Salmon, declamation by Gllroy and
Duffy, piano solo by Miss Jennie
BiirUa. radiation bv JJancv Mellett,
nnd solos by the Misses Kate Sulli
van nnd Elizabeth O'Boylo and Michael
Donncgan nnd Thomns Ford will com
plete the programme. Mrs. Agnes
Mnlott will act as accompanist.
A graphophono entertainment will
bo given this evening at the First Bap
tist church, Scranton street, and many
new nnd pleaplng selections will be
given. A small admission will bo
An "Initial" supper will be served this
evening nt the Simpson Methodist
(Episcopal church lecture room from 0
to 8 o'clock. Tho supper will comprise
all tho season's delicacies nnd will bo
in charge of the ladles of the Ladles'
Aid society, whose names begin with
the letters L, M, N, O, P, Q.
Miss Morgan, of Danville, Is tho guest
of tho Misses Jenkins, ot Jackson
Miss Bello Lewis, of Newark, N.
J., is the guest of AVest Scranton rela
tlveo. James Wymbs. of Chestnut street, is
recovering nicely from nn attack of
G. A. Williams, of the Republican,
was In New York city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Jones, of La
fayette street, nro receiving congratu
lations. It Is a son.
Miss Maud Keorner, of .orth Lin
coln avenue, Is visiting at Clark's Sum
mit. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Reld, of Jack
son street, are entertaining Mrs. John
B. Reld and Mrs. S. Cowan, of West
Mrs. George E. Snxe, tho milliner of
North Main avenue, is in New York
Thomas Shields, of Price street, is
entertaining his brother, William
Shields, of Rondout. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Carroll, of Jack
son street, have as their guest Miss
Pauline Carroll, of Sayre, .fa.
Wlnfleld Fellows has returned to
Philadelphia after a visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John II. Fel
lowfl, of Tenth street.
Mrs. Lewis Morse, of Jackson street,
has as her guest, Miss Mary ebster,
of Nineveh, N. Y.
J. L. L, Travis, of North Sumner
avenue, is In Boston on a business trip.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
II. M. Williams has Uiken charge of
the tonsorlal parlors at 110S Jackson
street, formerly in charge of Samuel
The remains of Etta, the young
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Mc
Andrew, of Cameron avenue, were
borne to the Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery yesterday, and laid at rest. Many
friends of the bereft parents were In
attendance and the floral offerings were
William F. Canterbury, Jr., of Frlnl:
street, came 'before Alderman John last
evening nnd waived a hearing upon
two separate charges, assault and bat
tery and perjury. He entered ball In
the sum of $300 for each cae for his
appearance at court. The first charge
was preferred by his sister, Mrs. Ellon
Thomas and the oth"r by his brother,
Joseph H. Canterbury. These cases
grew out of suits Instituted against
the parties by tho defendant, a report
of which appeared In yesterday's issue
of The Tribune.
Tomorrow evening Professor Dough
erty will hold a public examination at
his business school on North Main ave
nue, to which the public are Jnvlted.
All the branches taught at a business
school will be Included in the examina
tions. John L Jones will deliver an
address during the evening. Ho is one
of the graduates.
The dime entertainment to bo held
this evening at the Sumner Avenue
Presbyterian church, under the aus
pices of the Band of Hope, promises to
lie quite successful. In addition to the
stereoptlcon views by Sir. Brndshaw
and the phonograph operated by Mr.
Morse, the following young ladles will
take part Misses Norma Hughes, Ma
rlon Jones, Lilian Tewkesbury, Mattle
and Jennie Hughes, all of whom are
well known as to their talent. The
entertainment will begin at 8 p. m.
sharp, after which the little folks will
conduct a pink social and will serve
sandwiches, cake, coffee, candles and
Ice cream at reasonable rates.
John E. O'Boyle, of Boston, whose'
mother died a short time ago, returned
C. W. Thompson, of Sanderson ave
nue, who has been seriously ill for
some time. Is able to be about again.
Otis Stark, who has been tho guest
of D. G. Foote, of Penn avenue, re
turned to his home in Nicholson yes
terday. The young men of the Presbyterian
church will hold a meeting in the
church parlors Friday evening at 8
Mrs. E. C. Dtmmiek and daughters,
of Sanderson avenue, will sail for
Europe April 1,
Mr. and Mrs. Stebblns, of Gllberts
vljle, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Stebblns, of Deacon street.
Miss W. T. Burns, of Market etreet.
Is spending a few days in New York
The Green Ridge library Is closed on
account of the death of its librarian,
Miss Emma Thompson, It will reopen
nfter the funeral,
T. J. Snowden, of Sunset avenue,
was seriously Injured by a fall from
his bicycle. Monday.
Mrs. John James and daughter, of
New York city, are the guesta of Mrs.
Thomas James, of Fordham. street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Orenboll. of
Capouse avenue, spent several days
witn menus nt j'limon.
Attorney L. P. Wedemnn is spend
ing a few days in Washington, D. C.
Mllo Dolph, of Capoufle avenue, who
Is an elevator boy In the Board of
Trade building, had his arm broken
The remains of an Infant child of
John James, of West Mlnooka, will bo
Interred In tho Forest Homo cemetery,
Taylor, this afternoon.
TIiIb evening tho Ancient Order Hi
bernians will observe the birth of
Ireland's patron saint with' a smoker.
Refreshments will be served and a good
musical programme will help to enliv
en the affair.
John Wallace, Jr., of Blrney avenue,
Is confined to his home with nn attack
of malarial fever.
St. Monica's division, Ladles Irish
CathoJIo union, have furnished a room
In the Father Mathew hall, to bo used
by their society for meeting purposes.
John J. O'Neill, the well known Ml
nooka boy, who gained a widespread
reputation In professional base ball last
year, has signed to do backstop work
for the Rochester team of tho Eastern
league the coming season.
I'lrat ofthe Ki'iiKon,
E. Robinson's Sons' Bock Beer on tap
Little Girl Had a Desperate (tattle with
o Newfoundland Dog.
THE FUNERAL OP THOMAS MAIION
Attended by n Largo Number of 8or
rowlnc Relatives mill I'rlonds.
Ground llrolceu for tho Addition to
tho ltutloti l'nctoty--I'lorcnce Phil
lips Had Uolli Hands Burned by
l'nlllnc Into n riro--Enleitaln-iiionts
Arranged for '''hi Evening.
Helen, tho little daughter of James
McGoldrlck, of 303 Prospect avenue,
had n terrible battle with the family
dog yesterday morning. The little one
was playing In tho yard with her fa
vorite large Newfoundland, as had been
the custom of tho two companions for
years, and suddenly the canine Jumped
on Helen, nnd felled her .to the ground.
Tho screams of the girl brought her
mother to tho scene, but before the
maddened dog was compelled to release
his victim, the right arm of tho child
was badly torn, the dog having sank
his teeth Into it. A physician was has
tily Bent for, and tho wound was can
terlzed. Last night the dog was shot
FUNERAL OF THOMAS MAHON.
The funeral of the late Thomas Ma
hon took place yesterday morning, and
the vast concourse of sorrowing friends
present at the obsequies eloquently at
tested the popularity of the deceased,
and the esteem In which he was held.
Long before the appointed hour for
tho cortege to move the home of the
dead youngman was thronged, and
hundreds passed through the parlor,
where the remains reposed, to take a
parting look upon that which was mor
tal of so good and true a soul, sur
rounding the casket floral designs were
At 9 o'clock tho procession moved to
St. John's church, and a high mass
was sung by Rev. E. J. Melley. Fol
lowing the close of the services Father
Melley delivered a sermon, yet con
soling to the parents and family. He
spoke of the life of the deceaseu and
eulogized tho many qualities he pos
sessed. As the remains were being
borne from the church Miss Lizzie
Durkin sang "Flee as a Bird." The
Columbus council. Young Men's Insti
tute, nnd St. Aloyslus Young Men's so
ciety, attended the obsequies In a
body. From the societies beautiful
floral pieces were sent. The remains
were Interred In the mlnooka Catholic
cemetery. The pall-bearers were:
Messrs. John Ward. F. J. Gavan and
John Kennedy, of the St. Aloyslus so
ciety, and Patrick Lahgan, Michael
Rellly and Martin McIIugh, of tho
Young Men's Institute. The ilower
bearers were: Messrs. James Kennedy,
James Rellly, John Brown, Thomas
Hughes, Andrew Merrick and T. A.
ADDITION TO BUTTON FACTORY.
Contractor Conrad Schroeder placed
a large gang of men at work yesterday
excavating for the foundation of the
large addition to be built to the works
of the Scranton Button company on
Brook street. The structure will be a
frame one and one-story high with an
escalloped roof. The dimensions will
be 110 feet In width, nnd ISO feet in
The building will face on Cherry
street, and in many respects the new
factory will have many advantages
over the present one, especially In
light and ventilation. With all rapid
ity possible the erection of the building
will be pushed, and when finished, the
plants of the Scranton Button company
and the Lackawanna mills will cover
BOTH HANDS BURNED.
Florence Phillips, daughter of Jacob
Phillips, of 517 Cedar avenue, had her
both hands burned severely yesterday.
She was in tho yard in the rear of her
home burning a lot of rubbage, and
wh'Ilo standing near the flames she, In
an unaccountable manner, lost her
balance and fell into the lire.
Presence of mind raved her from
greater injuries, for when falling she
stretched both arms downward, thus
protecting her head and face. Doctor
Behm was summoned and dressed the
NUBS OF NEWS.
In many halls on this side tonight
entertainments and dances will be con
ducted. St. Aloyslus Young Men's so
ciety and their friends will assemble
In the basement of St. John's Catholic
church to listen to a concert In which
the best talent of this side will appear,
also to hear Attorney P. A. O'Boyle, ot
Pittston, ornte upon the insurrection of
The "unique" entertainment nt the
Young Women's Christian association
rooms tonight will draw a large num
ber of the friends of the association
together. Miss Van Nort has arranged
a, good programme.
The Lackawanna Vaudeville club will
give an excellent programme In St.
John's hall tonight, and at the con
clusion there will be dancing.
Superintendent of Schools George
Howells visited No. 8 school yesterday
and spent much time in examining the
drawing papers of the pupils. The
night session of the school ended last
night, nnd the term was successful In
pvery respect. The deportment of the
boys attending was good, considering
what a boisterous, yet happy crowd at
tend the night schools. Joseph Johler
was principal during the term, nnd he
was assisted by Miss Edna Klaumln
zer. The funeral of the late James "Wil
liams will take place this morning.' A
mass of requiem will be celebrated In
St. John's church at 9.30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rosen were
married eleven years ago today.
Frank Wiggins, until recently of the
Valley House barber shop, has suc
ceeded John Farrell, of Prospect ave
nue, Tho funeral of tho late Joachim
Klump, whoso tragic death was men
tioned In yesterday's Tribune, will take
place from his late residence tomorrow
Tho engagement ot Herman Eckels
to Miss Lizzie Stork has been an
nounced, M. J. McMahon, the milk dealer, is 111,
Mrs. M. J. May, of Prospect avenue,
has returned from a visit at Sturmer
ville. Martin Nealon, of Prospect avenue,
is visiting at Carbondale,
Stephen Judge and John Haggerty
have returned from a trip to Sparrow
Fred. Petry Is 111 with bronchitis.
The Forest band will leave for Haw
lav this' niarnlmr to fill v-n m
In the world will not build up the wasted substance
of humanity unless your stomach is in proper shape
to properly digest it. It is the one organ that must
be right or else others will soon be wrong produc
ing sickness. Aid digestion and your stomach will
help you to keep every other organ in good order,
mils producing iicmt.ii,
Johann Hoff's Malt Extract
MAKES FLESH AND BLOOD co-
with Division 10, Ancient Order of
Hibernians, of that place.
Michael Wetter, the well-known
painter, has removed from his old stand
to rear of 608 Stone avenue, where ho
is ready to receive all kinds of work In
Michael Miller, the retired merchant;
Henry J. Zlegler, sr the hardware
man, and City Controller Edmund Rob
inson will celebrate the anniversaries
of their birth today. Their ages are
67, 53 and 29 years respectively, and
these three popular gentlemen take no
little pride in the fact that they first
saw the light of day on the morning of
the nnniversary of Ireland's patron
Michael Uror.nu Injured,
Michael Brogan, the 18-year-old eon
of Mr. and Mrs. John Brogan, of Chest
nut street, met with a serious acci
dent about noon yesterday. The boy
was running across Chestnut street
when Mark Simpson drove along In a
carriage. Tho horse wus traveling at
a fair rate of speed.
The boy was In such a hurry cross
ing the street that he failed to notice
the horse and carriage and ran direct
ly In front of the animal. He was
knocked down and badly Injured about
the head and face. Mr. Simpson took
the boy home In his carriage.
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
The Crystal Social club will conduct
a social in Howley's hall, Scranton, this
afternoon. The committee that has
charge of the affair consists of Ed
ward Kearney, Thomas Reagan and
Tonight In the Odd Fellows' hall will
be given the first entertainment nnd
social of the Nonpareil base ball club.
This promises to be one of the best en
tertainments of the season.
Division No. 26, Ancient Order of
Hibernians, will tonight give their first
annual entertainment in Washington
hall, after which a social will be given,
Frank Bllckens, of Chestnut street,
Is attending the College of Embalming
held at the Hotel Jermyn this week.
This is the second course of embalm
ing Mr. Bllckens has taken, having
graduated with honors from the Taylor
Embalming school, New York, about
two years ago.
Professor Charles Rewonard, of the
Champion College ot Embalming, who
Is conducting an embalming school at
the Hotel Jermyn, Scranton, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Letchworth
The masquerade ball given In the
Odd Fellows' hall last night was one of
the ments of the season. The hall was
crowded to Its utmost capacity. Pro
fessot Johnson furrlshed the dnnce
music. The American band, of this
place, and No. 430 drum corps, of South
Scranton, were In attendance.
Mrs. Resh Is confined to her home on
Blukely stret bv Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P McDonough are
the puests of friends Ir Moscow
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Presbyterian church are making
elaborate preparations for their social
to be given on March 21.
Miss Mary A. Quinn, of Norwich, Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Cole
man, of East Drinker street,
J, II, Davltt, bottlr, has lost a valu
able cow, which disappeared the first
part of the week and has not yet been
GROUND BROKEN FOR CONVGNT.
It Will He Erected Near St. Paul's
Church, Groen Ridge.
Ground was broken yesterday morn
ing nt Green Ridge for the new con
vent of the Sisters of the Immnculato
Heart which is to be erected near St.
Paul's Catholic church.
The children of St. Paul's school took
part In the formal ceremonies In con
nection with tho ground breaking which
were under the direction of Rev. P. J.
Plumber to Meet Here.
At a meeting of the Master Plumbers'
association of Pennsylvania in Pitts
burg Tuesday, Scranton was selected
as the place for holding the next an
nual meeting. James Doyle, of this
city, was elected first vice president of
tho state nssociatlun.
Tint of tlin Season.
E. Robtnson'3 Sons' Bock Beer on tap
LACKAWANNA LUMBER GO,
mil Timber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Mine Ralls
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled IlwnlocU
1'rop Timber promptly r'urnlaheJ.
MILLS At Croas Fork, I'ottor Co., on tho Buffalo and Susque.
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Port Allegany Railroad. Capacity -400,000 feet per day.
GLNLKAL OFl'ICE-lloard of Trade Building, Scranton, Pa.
Telephone No. 4014.
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