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Fiiclnryville, Oct, 20. Attorney ami
Mi?, It. f. t'ninwll ami daughter, of
Scintiton, spent Sunday In low it.
Hev. II. II. Smith, l' the llapllst
church, l"ft Monday morning ror
Groonsbttrg, to attend a religious con
The Christian Endeavor society of
tht? Baptist church will hold u cobweb
pucliil In the I'hiti'Ph next Friday cvou-
Tlio old Ilnpllsls will hold their
weekly meeting ot the residence of Mr.
Rruyton, next Friday at 2.30 o'clock.
Rev. ('utoror will preach. All tiro cor
!:. .1. Middleman and Charles Ptiokrr
nrp dolus Jury duty at Tiinkhiinnoek
Mr. Fuller, of I'aniptown, who has
been hiifiidhifv some time with his
daughter, .Mrs. M. W. Rllss, returned
Mr. and Mi, Charles Hunt spout
Sunday In Sorunton.
I.. F. Cnnip, district deputy grand
muster, and staff, of Tiinkhannocli, In
!lu1lcd the officers of Red .Taeket lodge,
No. "iL'l. Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, last Saturday evening. After
the ceremonies u lunch was served and
a social enjoyed.
Prof. Dayton ('. Roe'dlod at his home
hi this place hint Friday evening, and
In his death this village has lost one of
Its most highly respected lesldents,
while his family suffered the loss of a
kind father and devoted husband. Pro
fessor Roc came to Fnotoryvllle, nnd
lvns princl)al of the graded school
until falling health compelled him to
resign. Mr. Roe wa'5 horn in Africa,
O.. forty-four years ago. lie was edu
cated In the colleges of that state, and
was n natural teacher and was highly
respected by both parents and pupils
with whom he has been associated for
the past twenty-two years. He was a
man of exeinplory character, and his
life has been a constant benediction to
those with whom he has been associat
ed. Resides his widow and one son,
aged 10 years, he is survived by one
sister, Mrs. John DeLang, of AVaver
ly, X. Y., and three brothers, Eugene
and William, of Lowmtm, X. Y.. ond
Charles, of Troy. Pa. The funeral was
held Monday at 3 p. in., at the Metho
dist church, ot which ho was a be
loved member. The pastor. Rev. .1. X.
Lee, officiated, assisted by Rev. .1. S.
Custard, of Clark's Summit. The pu
pils of the graded school and the Wo
nians' Christian Temperance union
attended the funeral in a body. Inter
ment was made In Kvergreen cemetery.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hallstead, Oct. 20. On Friday even
ing' last a reception was tendered Rev.
Dair and family at the Presbyterian
church parlors. There was a large at
tendance. Several members of other
.churches were also present, and It was
. very happy social time. A short pro-
;r,oinnic, consisting of a solo by Wil
liam McCreary, a duel by Mrs. Fred
fHerrlck and A'an G. Munger; a iiuar-
tetto by aliases Loda Sloat. Cora Tiow-
brldge, Lota and Ethel Simrell. Rev.
Dalr then made a few remarks in well
chosen words, expressing his gratitude
Bn the hearty welcome he had received
from the people here. The committee.
lllscharged their duties adniirablv.
dainty refreshments were served, but
t Is needless to. praise what the Indies
Ho at any of our church ontertain-
"ments. The reception lasted from S to
10 o'clock and was a function long to
The ladles of the Raptlst church will
ho entertained at the home of Mrs.
AUIIard Decker on Tuesday afternoon
from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Mrs. Frank Jackson nnd Mrs. V. H.
Wihiiot will entertain the ladies of the
Presbyterla.-i church at the home of the
latetr Thursdny afternoon from 2 to 5
Mrs. Samuel AVells is visiting rela
tives in Rlnghamton.
The following teachers are attending
the Institute at Montrose this week:
Prof. 31. W. Pease, Misses Redding,
Grace Harding, Nellie Kricson, Daisy
Kgglcston, Lennra Van Loen, Ida Tut-
Mrs. Theodore Sprlngsteiu and son,
George, of Susquehanna, wer? pleasant
callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Ward, on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Rcnjnmin Lawrence and Misses
Kdna Ward and Tllllo Fox are spend
ing the week in Scranton, the guests of
Miss Clara Hall, a former Hallstead
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton have
returned to their home In Rlnghamton,
after spending some time with air.
Comptou's parents here.
Frank Rami), of Rlughnmton, Mas a
wilier In town Friday.
Mrs, Edward Simons, of Hoboken, Is
vlijltlng her parents here.
Misses Fannin Warner, Grace and
Rlnncho I.ott. Messrs. l. Warner and
Lavern Lott, of Forest Rake, attended
the Baptist church Sunday evening.
Rufus Smith, of Rlnghnmton, was a
business caller in town Monday.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honcsdnle, Oct, 20. Reports coining
from the c.imp of Company R, ut For
est C'ty, s-lato the boys .ire having a
inns; enjoyable time.
Miss Edith Norton, ih- i-locutloplst,
In very popular with Honesdnlo people.
A large audience will greet her at the
Raptlst church, Friday evening. Oct. 21,
George Prentls, of New York city,
was circulating among Honmlalo ni
(luaiiitanees the past few days,
Membirs of Wayne Rebekali lodge
will rehears.) degree work this Tups.
Tho funeral of Frank Reitcliutibaker
was held at the home of his father-in-law,
William Heft, on West street, Sun-
The Secret of a Successful Merchant.
Tho success of a merchant depends
largely upon his ability to please Ids
customers, in order to do so lie recuiu
mends only articles which are to his
knowledge most reliable. In handling
medicine, this Is especially true, us peo
pie desire the best preparation on tho
inurket and upprechito tho recoinen,
datlon ot their druggist, Here Is what
V, J. Lelght. of House Springs, Mo.,
mys ,of Chamberluln's Cough Remedy;
"lean recommend C'luiinberlaln's Cough
Remedy to my customeis to bo second
i hi "UrKet. For croup with
children here U nothing better." For
- nv ait urugcis,, ,llv;
day afternoon at 2.K0 o'clock. Rev.
.Taincs P. Ware outdated. The deceased
was a rIuhs cutter, employed In the
T, R. f'laiko & Co. shop, at Scranton,
mid hud been In III health n long time,
Up Is survived by his wife and a num
ber of brothers and sisters.
Thursday owning, Oct. 23, the ladles
of flrace church will srvo tine of their
popular suppers In the Sunday school
loom of tiie church,
At the opera house this (Tuesday)
evening, speel.il engagement of Henry
Watson, (Jermiiji eoniedlaii, In "Papa's
Rahy." a three-act comedy from the
pen of Alice Hutchlllgs,
Tiie warm and peasant Sunday, yes
terday, was followed by a severe thun
der storm about midnight,
It certainly Is not in keeping with
the good name nnd widespread repu
tation of Hniiesihilc, as a model town
that there Is not a street name sign In
the place, Xow Is the proper time for
this to be done, the buildings having
.lust been numbered for free mull de
livery. The three streets running north
11 1 id south of (lie river have been known
as Front or Flrt, Second and Third
streets. These should be chnnged, The
following have been suggested as new
names: Maine, fur First: Church, for
Second: Court, lor Third, which are
Spo'lal to the Scranton Tribune.
Plltslon, Oct. 20. Patrick MeCilnnlr,
of Carroll street, aged 27 years, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGlnnls, died
Saturday night, after an Illness of
heart trouble. The funeral will inks
place Tuesday morning.
Mrs. T. II. Davis, of South Muln
street, h.is brought still before Alder
man Rurrelt against the Cannon Rail
trolley for trespass. The company Is
occupying n portion of the Davis prop
erty, on South Main opposite Frolh
ingliam street, and refuses to meet the
demands asked by Hie owners.
Rev. T. C. Rdwards, of Kingston, oc
cupied the pulpit of the Welsh Con
gregational church here Sunday morn
ing and evening.
Harry Powell, of Montgomery street.
West Plttslnn. met with a severe acci
dent last week at the Stevens colliery,
where ho Is employed as n lire boss.
He was accompanying a mule and culm
car across a trestllng, when the struc
ture gave way, precipitating the occu
pants to the ground. The mule was In
stantly killed and Powell had a narrow
escape. As It was, he fell against the
car and almost all the teeth in bin
upper Jaw were dislodged, and the
lower i i was badly torn, requiring
While a string of mules wore beliiy
taken from the Lehigh Valley farm to
the Phoenix colliery, at Duryea. Satur
day afternoon, one of the animals
broke away as they were passing the
Lehigh Valley mountain cut-off bridge
and ran directly in front of a Delaware,
Lackawanna and Westprn passenger
train. Tho mule was Instnntry killed.
The cribbing in the shaft at Mt.
Lookout colliery at Wyoming was bad
ly wrecked one day last week by a
peculiar accident. A small mine loco
motive, which was standing on the
tracks near the head of the shaft, for
some unaccountable reason, moved
ahead a few feet, just enough to place
it on a slight Incline toward the head
of the shaft. Refore the runaway was
noticed, the engine had dropped down
tho shaft. Tho carriage was stopped
at the Marcy vein, where a platform
had been erected, the bottom vein be
ing unused and flooded with water.
The carriage was torn, away from the
cable and engine, carriage and plat
form sunk out of sight in the water be
low. Mrs. K. R. Lewis and granddaughter.
Rattle Thomas, of Hyde Park, spent
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lewis'
sister. Mrs. J. J. Roberts, on Elizabeth
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Nicholson, Oct. 20. Andrew G. AVal
ker and others Interested in the Nichol
son AVater company, were up from
Scranton Monda, looking over their
Ernest Weaver and wife, of Scranton,
spent Sunday with friends and rela
tives In town.
.Mrs. A. L. Stark was a caller In Fos
Mr. Dim Wilson nnd wife, of Scran
ton, spent Sunday with his mother,
Mrs. Nettie Wilson.
Dr. V. C. Decker entertained Ids
father and mother, of Falls, over Sun
Special to fhe Scranton Tribune.
Ariel, Oct. 20. Rev. air. Eggio is hold
ing revival meetings at Treslervlllc and
Is having good success,
air. Rortree Is doing a fu.-dilng busi
ness In the elder mill,
Howard Swingle Is going to New
York In tho rubber business as soon as
the coal strike Is settled,
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Ledgednle, Oct. 20, Mrs. Alvin RIs
blng and sou, Samuel, of Scranton,
wero guests of airs. Gillette Saturday
Tito Ledgodale properly has auuln
changed hands, J, 11. Becker having
son i ins interest to Gllhut & Simons,
air, and Mrs. Wesley AVarner. nf
Chicago, 111., are visiting Uiolr nleie.
.Mrs. v, R, Simons,
Dr. Hill and Mr. lieyea, of Scrantnn.
spent Wednesday hunting In this vicin
ity. Miiuy came Tuesday evening ami
wero eiiierinineii at Friend Simons.'
Cards are out nnonuiioimr the com.
Iiir inurrlago of ailss Eunice Kimbtn.
of Paupack, and air. Joseph Slocuin, of
Special to (tie Sciunton Tribune.
Muplewood, Oct. 20. The second an
nuul i million of the Hell family took
place tVeduiMluy at the home of .Mrs.
.Mary R,.j, about one mile west of here
The following olllcers were elected to
tako I'liurge of tliu society for the next
year, and to arrange a programme f,
next year's reunion, which will lake
place on Sept, 12, lDO.'i; President, G. R.
Rell; secretary, e. I. Samson; treas
liter, E. E. Hell, ami historian, F. R.
Benjamin. The following wore nres-
cut: Mr. and Mrs. John Bell and fa n-
Ily. Mr. and M,. k. I V ,,.i, f ... "
,, ttld u - ;; j
Ily, William Ulaek nnd family, Mrs.
James lllnek nlid son Friend, Mrs. Alba
ninck and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
ip Rarklow and Mrs. Caroline. Seers, of
Muplcwood! F, L. Renjanilii, wife and
family, Mrs. Judson Cooke and daugh
ter, of Klzertown; Uenlon Rell and
rnmlly, of Simon: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Ensllii and family, of Vnrdenl Mr. and
Mrs. William Samson and faintly, Har
ry Samson, wife and daughter, E. K.
Samson mid daughter, of Ariel! Mrs,
Silas Long and son, of Hondley's; Mr.
and Mrs. J, R. Samson and daughter,
of Scranton: Mr. unit Mrs. K, R. Snin
son, ot Riiuinorp. Air relatives are re
quested to send or hand to the histor
ian, Mr, I'1. L. tlciijiimln, a record of
their family history as Soon as con
venient. PL V PLIANT.
Forty Hours' devotion began In St.
Patrick's church Sunday morning at
the S o'clock mass. Rev. John J. O'Don
nell was celebrant nnd preached a short
sermon on the Forty Hours' devotions.
At 10.3(1 o'clock mass was celebrated by
Rev. P. J, Murphy, the pastor, who
also delivered an approptlate sermon.
In the evening every seat was filled.
Rev. Father Moylau, of Providence,
preached a very earnest and Impres
sive sermon. Mass was sung yester
day morning at 7 o'clock by Rev. Fath
er O'Donnell and at 8.110 by Rev.
Michael Caw ley, of Illinois. There was
another very largo attendance at the
crvlec last evening. The devotions will
close tomorrow morning.
Misses Jennie Price and Resslc Ev
ans, of Hyde Park, spoil I Sunday with
Miss Mary .1. Davis, of Lackawanna
Miss Xettle McDonnell is entertaining
Miss Jennie Heavers, of Archhald,
The Olyinpla orchestra will give a
concert In Rrugler's Ice cream parlor
John McDonnell, of Sunl ury, Is the
guest ot Mr. and Mrs. M. -A. Raum
sardner, of Rlakely.
Miss May Gurrell, of Hyde Park, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Million at tho
Million house Sunday.
J. R. McHale. of Green Ridge. Is vis
iting his brother, Thomas McHale, of
Miss Lizzie Waring, of Rloomsburg
State Normal school. Is spending tine
week with her parents In Rlakely.
Mrs. A. W. Renscoter, of Carhondale,
Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. W. Kennedy, of Rlakely.
John Ralderson and Edward Hoban
represented Local 17 at the Mine
Workers' convention at Wllkes-Rarre
Miss Alice Rnshleigli, of Carhondale.
spent Sunday with relatives at this
Mr. and .Airs. A. S. Jlason. of Jer
inyn, were visitors In town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moon and son,
of Carbondale, were the guests of .Mr.
and airs. c. s. Lewsley on Sunday.
John Langan, of Tunkhannock, is vis
iting relatives In town. .
.Miss Llbble Mills, of Providence,
spent yesterday with her sister, Mrs.
F. W. Simpson, of Rlakely.
Lost On Sunday, at Duryea camp
grounds, a little boy's overcoat. Finder
will please leave It at Taylor post of
fice nnd be rewarded.
Dr. W. L. Van Riisklrk, of Olyphant,
called on relatives In town yesterday.
Richard Williams, of Main street, has
returned from a few days' visit with
friends at Honesdale.
W. II. Davenport, of South Main
street, accompanied by W. II. Rlume,
of Scranton, left yesterday on a fish
ing trip to Pike county.
Thomas Llewellyn, of Berwick, vis
ited his brother, Menjamin Llewellyn,
of Storrson, Sunday.
James Scrivens has returned homo
from Rlandberg, where he has been
spending the past five months.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey, of Pat
ei'soii, X. .1., were the guests or .Mr.
and Mrs. John Watklns yesterday.
Miss Maud Davis returned to resume
her studies at tho Rloomsburg Slate
Normal school after visiting relatives
Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Llewellyn, of
T'niou street, spent Sunday as the
guests of Prof, and .Mrs. M. J. Lloyd,
Miss Sarah' Samuels, has returned
from a few days' visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs, Isnnc Davis and airs.
Edward Davis spent the Sabbath at
Rev. Edward Cuff, of Plttston. de
livered nn eloquent sermon at the Pres
byterian church on Sunday.
aiessrs. Edgar Stone and Henry
Reese are home from their trip to
Hurry Warner, of New York, is vis
iting his parents, Captain and airs.
George F, AVarnor.
Edith Hallock Smith, of Ventura,
California, a former resident of this
place, Is visiting friends here. She In
tends to remain for some time, She
was an employe at C'oursen's store at
Scranton at one time.
Tho hotel has been sold to Mr. Kelly,
of Olyphant, who Intends to take pos
session the first nf November.
Hutts A i'o who have been occupy
Ing the brick store on Main street,
has rented the store of Dr, .Mnckey,
next to tho hotel,
Thomas Watklns, one of the members
of the strike- commission, has been a
resident nf this place during tho sum
mer months, Ho owns a lino residence)
hero on Depot street.
Miss Nettle Hallock. who Is employed
In Coursen's store, Scrunion, Is home
on her vacation.
There Is a largo crop of apples In
this vicinity which are hi good demand
and bringing good prices,
.Ailss Rose Johnson, ot this place, and
.Mr, .Myron C, Williams, or Boston, will
bo united In marriage Oct, 2S ut ,'l p. m,
at the residence of, K. G. ('aipenter,
A large number of Invitations are out.
air. John M. Robertson has returned
after spending a month In Scotland.
Miss ainy Ruwo has returned to her
home In Brooklyn, X. Y., after spend
Ing a few days In town.
Miss Mary Thomas, of Wllkes-Barre,
spent Sunday with her parents.
.Misses Ethyl nnd Blanche Tfegollas
spent Friday with Mr, and airs. l G.
Bull, of Sciunton.
Mr. and airs. D. A. Davis spent Sun
day in Lalllu.
air. George llepnc, of Rlakely, was a
caller In Greenwood Sunday.
Five companies of tiie Eighth regi
ment who have been encamped at Dur
yea were moved to Parsons yesterday.
aiessrs. AVilllam Heeler, of Arhansns,
anil Edward Heeler, of Carhondale,
were callers In town yesterday.
Mr. Charles aicMIllan, of West Pitts
ton. spent Sunduy at the home of air.
m any form
Grattnn Donnelly's thrlllnp play, "Dark
est Russia," was the opening offering of
the Remietl-Moultnii company at the
Academy last evening. The Bennett .V:
Moulton ponip'iny Is one of the oldest and
best repertoire organizations on the road
and lias always been one of the greatest
drawing cards at tho Academy, and Judg
ing from last night and the advance sale
for today this year Is going In be no e::-ci-lition.
The scenery for last night's play was
new and very elaborate. Between tho
acts some very clever specialties were In
troduced by the three ailteliells. MKi
Grnyce Beube. John P. Powers and Da
Lisle the juggler. Tonight they will pro
sent "Oulcasts nf Society" and (his after
noon "A Daughter of the South."
Fine Entertainment at Dixie."
The andlenc" at DlNle's theater last
evening was placed In a -ery happy frame
of mind by Hie humorous features or tliu
programme presented. Ascott and Eddie,
who opened the bill with an acrobalii:
number were well received. Miss Eddlo
Is a handsome young woman and a won
derful dancer as well as iicrobnl. Charles
Hartley, tin- Sir.iiifcui ventriloquist, sq.--taineil
his reputation as an onterlainer
and save an excellent act.
Rllgeiie O'lloillke. the feature of the
programme, met the expectations of hhj
admirers half way and gave no exceed
ingly funny peiformanee in the rendition
of "Parlor A." Mio fnrrlngton and com
pany presented a bit from "Cannon"
that was highly appreciated by the music
lovers in the audience.'
Tho three Rio brothers gave a inagnlll-
cent di-splay of physical development, and
astonished everyone with their wonder
ful maneuvers rn iho stage. Carletun
and Terry, a duo of very clever Manors
and comedians, held the audience, fur la
teen minutes, their work is excellent.
Tho souvenir photographs which wore
promised in those attending the perform
ance last Saturday will mil he ready fur
delivery until Thursday at l.::u instead of
Tuesday as promised. The photograph
was taken by Mr. Dillon and In order to
have It satisfactory the delay has been
Slssou and Wallace appealed in place of
an act aiauager Dixie took out of Iho
bill that did not prove a success at tho
matinee and a new act will take Its place
Eose Sydell's Company.
Tile Iioso Sydell company drew crowded
houses at the Star theater yesterday af
ternoon and evening In tho musical ex
travaganza entitled "Tho .Mauled Mash
ers." Tho Itose Sydell company is larger
and better this year than ever and gave
the best performances seen at the Star
Tho organization Includes ISena AYnsli
burn. Sissy Grant and other well known
stars of the burlesque. The specialties
weio unusually good. Anderson and
Wallace, who gave, n In lei" season of tho
"leglllmato, were loiidlv applauded, and
tho Rell brothers outdistanced Iho aver
age freak musical artist. A pleasing num
ber was the series ot living pictures pre
sented by Ruth Denver & Co., which wero
the most artistic and accuriiti' of any over
seen at Hip Star. CNsy Grant and Bona
Washburn brought down the house In iho
"l!ll Dalloy" song nnd oilier amusing
nets wero given by Cninpboll and Webor,
Gihnore and Celesti, James Lo Clair.
The Sydell show will appear at the star
today and tomorrow nftoruoon and even
ing. "The Emerald Isle."
Miss Helena Frederick, Kate Condon,
Amelia Fields and Edna llurd, mislaid
tho principal femluluo roles of "The Em
erald Isle," tho last opera of Sir Arthur
Sullivan, which Comedian Jefferson Do
Angells and his opera company nro to pre
sent hero on Tuesday ovcnlng, Oct, 2S, nt
Miss Fredei Ick Is the pi linn donna, ailss
Condon tho character Ingenue, .Miss Fields
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day, draw a pencil mark uioiuid tho hidden object, tuvo Ilium until Sutuiday,
then sond them or tnko thoni to Tho Tribune ofllco hi tin envelope addrooacd to
"I'uzalo Department." Enclose In the envelope your name, ago and nddiess. Tho
boys and girls who conectly mark the n pictiuos appearing during tho week,
and whoso answers nro first received, will have their names published lu Tha
Ttlbuno Monday morning.
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tiroghntn, stool Hies; owner has no
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FOR SALM-One hot air furnace, throe
mantel ami gas chnndelli rs, Chnrlu
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FOR SALK-Uno hot air furnace, three
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ter, surmounted with I'lnsa front and
two openings, lower portion nicely pan
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For Sale or Rent.
FOR SALE OR 'ltI5NT-The K-story brick
building, with boiler house attached,
and long row of sheds for horses, wag
ons, etc.; nlso ralliond switch suitable for
ninnufnclurlng pin poses; lately occupied
by tho Clock Tobacco Co. R, M. AVInton,
Room No. .TO, Mears Riilldlng.
LOST Seller dog, white with brown spots
on head and body. ?M reward for re
lorn to room IL', Williams building, oppo
Rooms and Board.
PLEASANT rooms with board lor four
or live young men. Inquire ;!::' Wash
the contralto, and Miss Hurd the coin
cdlenno of the cast.
Edward Potter, half brother of Hlsbop
Henry C. Potter of New A'ork, has com
posed an opoia entitled "Rdltns."
.lames T. Powers will star lu a new
play In November. The action Is placed
In Pnils and Turkey, and portrays the
adventures of tin American student.
Mr. J'atrlcl: Campbell Is reported to
have secured a new play from Herte
Thomas, with the tllle, "Frailly." It
will soon be presented In New Voik.
A companion play lo "The Count of
Aloiite Crlsio." entitled "llnydoe, Coun
tess of Monte Cri-lo," has been written
and will be prosi nted by Charles 13.
Charles Warner, who Is reported to
have had a run of ') nights III London in
a melodrama entitled, "Drink." Is to
come to t his country for a lour with the
A report comes from New York lo tho
effect that the Rogers Hrotliprs will be
permanently located In that city after
this season, and will pu-sont burleque on
the lines of Weber & Field-.
Charles llawtrev follows lu the foot
steps of Wilson Harrctt and almost ab
solutely reluses to maid- a curtain
speech, claiming that his action in so
doing tends to destroy the illu-iou he is
endeavoring to culistiiicl.
Fay Davis, who has played leads in
London Willi George Alexander, l.'lmrks
AVyndhani and other prominent aeiors,
will be William Fnversham's leading
l.ulv when ho opens his season In Now
Wanted Him Promoted.
At a dinner party some weeks ago
Hlsbop Farley, the newly chosen arcii
blshop of New A'ork, irlaled tin- follow
ing story: "It was shortly after I had
been made vicar general or monslgnor
I do not remember which when an aged
Irish woman encountered me on tho
street. She was a good old soul and hud
been a member of our pailsh church for
years. Grasping me by the hand, she re
marked: "Oh. father, and suro Iho Lord
bless you; 1 hear ihey gave you n rise.
1 replied that her iufnrmnilnn wns cor
rect. 'Well,' she responded, 'an' I'm
pleased for that; It's yourself thai do
serves Hie rise.' I thanked tho good wo
man sincerely, and was about to leave
her when, btlll holding my hand, she ro
innrkcd: 'And nil 1 hope is that the next
ilse they give you will be to heaven.' "
New Voik Plmos,
Entirely Too Large.
He wandered from end to end of tho
postolllco corridor, his clothes, stop, face,
eyes, timidity nil foreign. In his baud
was u postal card. Refore every slol for
Hie receipt of mull mailer he lingered
lo read the enameled legend. Finally ho
said to Homebody, the first man that
happem-d to appeal to his yearning
through more physical sympathy: "i
have postal cart to post, but there Iss no
plane, l'lcace Intorm, This say 'For let
ters only,' and this 'For paper mid pack
ages only,' and lids 'For city letters, and
this 'For domestic loiters,' and lids 'For
outgoing foreign letters,' unit so forth,
but whero Iss one lo drop I lie postal
cart'.' Iss there no plazeV" When sot
right ho remarked: "Ah, this country Iss
loo great to lake nollzo of so small mat
tor as postal curt!" Now York Press,
wtmmx mnt wijf i' Jki u ' jfgaw wu
Accepted for Lcsj
TIiiiii 11) (Jonts.
Branch WANT Officas.
Want Advertisements Will 33o
Received nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALHEItT SCIH'LT.. comer Jlul
berry street and Webster live.
at'HTAV PK'IIHL, U'iU Adams
RICO. V. JR.VIC1NS.
FRED L. THltPPU, 7:9 Cedar
CIRO. W. DAVIS, corner North
Main avoniio ami Market
CIIARI.HS P. JONHS, 1557 Dick-
F. J. JOHNS. P-0 Green Rldgo
C. LOUKN.. corn"!- Washington
nveuno and Marlon street.
W. It. KNEPI'HU 1017 Irving
n von lie.
.1. O. HONK .: SON.
AVANTED-Agcnts lo sell tea and cof
fee to consumers. Positions perma
nent. Grand Union Tea Co.. ;ill Lacka
Help Wanted Mole.
WANTRD-Mcn with lig to introduce
Monarch Poultry AlKtuie; Ji'O weekly
and expenses; year's contract; weekly
pay. Address with stamp. Monarch atfg.
Co., Rox 7LM Spilugllold, Illinois.
WANTED Walter nt St, Cloud Hotel.
WANTED Forty men at Tohyhniui.i,
Pa., to work on guiding for u rail
road iiwltch and clearing n piece of wood
land. Call at li'M .Mears building. Tohy
haniin Creek Ice Co., C. ('. Porber, treas
urer. Help Wanted Female.
'PI DA", pKpeilciiPed gill wanted in fanill
of two. Apply (ilG Spiuee.
LARGE CORPORATION wants energetic
General Agent tor this county. ?o
books. Insurance, or canvassing. Ac
(iiiiiiutnnce with merchants and manu
facturers necessary. Permanent. Rood.
State ns;e, experience, loforenees first let
ter. Address, Suite ',7L', No. 1001 Chestnut
EXPEIilBNCF.I) bookkeeper wants situ
ntion. Thoroughly competent; high
est references; fair stenographer. Ad
A YOI'NC, lady with live years- experi
ence as Mtenimnipner, typewriter, cor-
.-uit,wtri, I ,i,l i.tiultl,.,. Ill 11 I.'II'L... nflll.P.
desires n position In Scranton about Nov.
ist. Exii-lleut refeienccs lurnlshol anil
competent faithful services guaranteed.
Address II. N., care TrllituiP ofllco.
LADY would like dressmaking or plain
seeing; thoroughly competent. liSI Lee
FOH1kTlEAT "sACiUFICE-New 11
rooni house; modern Improvements;
steam heal, gas and electricity; elegantly
Mulshed Intel lor; ten minutes' walk from
City Hall: tonus to suit purchaser; would
also soil household goods. Address box PS,
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SFACLDINC. C. l. ASi
Trudcrs' Rank Rulldiug. Old 'phono 1SG.
FREDERICK L. IIROWN. ARCIf""lTi
Real Estate Eschango Illdg., L'.j Wash
Civil nnd Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, Mf, C'ONNELI. URDU,
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 7SS CO.V
DR. C. U. ElLENBI5ItlR5R. PAULl
biillillng, Spruco street, Soriiuton.
DR. C. (.'. LAIMIACH, 115 WYOMING nvu
SCIILAGER & CO., HI Council Building,
PATE NTS V,',S
The only licensed and ciiulppud patent
solicitor In the city. No chargo lor In
formation 011 p'ltcnlahllhy, ovor ten
Rcplu.lo & Co., Mears llhlir.
Hotels and Restaurants.
.ill!.-; I'il.iv i.-.M'i.-, i.m AU 12, FRANK.
lin 11 venue. Ralci. utisimnhlu.
i-. y.u-.uumh. I'roprioior.
SCRANTON HORSE. NEAR D.. .. &
Passenger ilupol. ('onducteil on ihe I5u
lopeiiu plan. Victor Koch, Proprietor.
A. li. RRICIGS CLEANS I'RIVV VAFLTS
and cots pools; no odor; only liupiinvil
piuiipn used. A. It. Rrlggs. prnpiloior.
Leave oua-rs RiV) Kin III -Main avenue,
or Elcke's drug store, corner Admin, and
Mnlhciry. Roth telephones.
JOSEPH Kl'RTTlTi.. REAR .111 LACKA,
nve.. Scranton, nifrs. ot Wire Screens.
MEGARI1EE RHOS.. PlIINTUItS' HIP
alias, envelopes, pupor bugs, twine.
Wuivhouse, 130 WaBhlnijton avenue.
S DESIRABLE VJ .
'LOTS CASH OR EASY TERMS
I NEAR THE MAMMOTH
j mmm steel h
AND TWO BEAUTIFUL PARKS. I
.GE0.T. ROBINSON,,. .
O J2 Erie Co. Bank Blig.,
.- Buffalo, N.Y. tC"
c-irr v nnwi
business oram mm
Only Half a Cint a Worl.
STOCK AND WnwATTTRUJKMH "wi tit.'
. ,ollt ilmtiy. WHto for our special mar.
kct letter. Free on application. 8. M.
Hlhbnid & (,'o members N. V. Consoli
dated nnd Stock Exchange, H nnd
Rro.idwny, Now York, Rstnbtlslied 1S0I.
Long DMnnro 'Phnno .ts? Rroad.
Money to Lean.
ANY A.MOt'NT OF .MONEY To t.n.w..
Quid.-, sti night loans or Riilldlng and
Loan. At Honi I to 0 per cent, Call on
N. A'. AValkgr. nii-sir, Council hnlldlnsr.
TIII3 '.MOREL' ' LAUNDRY,' "Dtunnore
launders shirts nt So. each ami collaia
nnd cuffs at Hie. each.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delnwnre, Lncknwnnnn nnd Western.
In Effect .Tune I, lo2.
J inlns leave Scranton for Now York
At 1.;,o. y.y), u.u.", 7..V) and 10.10 a. m.; 12.R,
...10. II.Sj ). hi. .'or Now A'ork and Phila
delphia 7.50, lo.ll) n. m., and IL'.lo and v.M
'.'.- UJ-. lt,v Uouldfiboro At 0.10 p. in. For
Hurraln-l.l,,, i;. ud !M) n. m.j l.f.,1. ..',0
and 11.10 p. n-. For Hlnghamton, Rimini
and way sta.tlons-10.LV, a, in.. 1.05 p. m.
I'm- Oswogo. Syracuse and lTllcn-1.15 and
"i i1:..1"-' ''"'' P- '" Oswogo, Syraouso
nnd t tlc.i train nt (i.!-.' a. in. dally, oxcotit
Sunday. j.'r Mnntroso-n.OO u. in.; I.O'i
iu,u tin1) P. in. Nicholson accommodation
1.00 and (i.ifi p. m.
Rloomsburg Division For Nortluimbor
land, at i!!)5 nnd lo.li) a. in.; l.Ki nnd (1.10
": ."'aJ01' Plymouth, at S.10 n. m.j a.10
and flon n m.
. Sunday Tr.t'us For Now A'ork. 1.S0. 3.20.
'; Hi. 10.10 a. ni.; II.IO nnd 3.K5 p. in. For
MillTalo lib unil H.2J a. in.; l.W. 6.fi0 and
11.10 p. in. ,-,. Eimh-.i and way statlons
iV ' a-'". For Rliurhamton and way sta
tions, am a. iii. llloomsburg Dlvlslon
Leavo .Scranton, 10.10 a. in. and 0.10 p. m.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect June 13, 190".'.
Trains Leave Scranton
For Philadelphia and New York via T).
& H. R. R.. nt at 7.11. through Parlor Car
and pay Conch Curbondiilo to Now A-orlc
and !).!, n. in., with L. V. Coach Carbon
diilo to I'hlladelphla. and 2.1S, 4.2.1 (Black
Diamond Express), and 11.1!) p. m. Huu
dnys. D. & H. R. n 1.5S. fl.17 p. m.
1'or Whit" Haven. Hazloton nnd princi
pal points In tho coal regions, vin D. &
IT. It. It.. 7.11, LMS and va p. in. For
Potlsvllle, 7.11 a. in.
For TJethlplioni, Enston, Heading. Hav
; sburg and prlnclpnl Intermediate sta
tions, via D. & II, R. R 7.11, 0.17 n. m.;
J.1S, 4 ::., (Hlack Diamond Express), 11.49 p.
"'- Simdnys, D. ,t II. R. R., 9.GS a. m.;
1..5. 0.17 p. in.
For Tunklinnnock, Townnda, Elmlrn,
Jtlincn, Geneva r.nd principal lntermedlnto
stations via D.. L. & W. R. R., 0.33 a. ni.
and 1.1m p. ni.
For Reiicvn, Rochester. Buffalo, Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. &. H. II, IJ.. I2.ft p. m.; a.28 (Black
Dlamniul Express). 10.41. 11.43 p. ni. Sun
days. D. & II. n. R R'.o;!. 0.17 p. m.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
A alley Parlor cars on all trnms betwoon
A ilkes-Ilarro and Now A'ork. Philadel
phia, HulTnlo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLL1N II. AVILDUR. Gen. Supt., l."l
Cortland street. Now York.
CHARLES S. LER. Gon. Pass. Agt., 21
Cortland street, New A'ork.
A W. NONEMACIIF.R. Dlv. Pass. Agt..
South Rcthlehoni. Pa.
For tickets nnd Pullman resovvatlona
apply tn city ticket otllce. C9 Publlo
Sipicro, AA'llkes-Rnrre. Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Corrected to September Hi, 111!).".
Stations In New A'ork, foot LlDf.rty
street and South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leave Scranton for New A'ork,
I'hlladelphla, Easton, llothlehom, Alien
I town. Mauch Chunk, White Huvon.Ash
lev. Wilkes-Rnrre and Plttston at 7.:;fl a.
in., 1 p. ni. and ) p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
T."o a. m., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phila
delphia with only one cliango of cars for
Baltimore and Washington, D. C, and all
principal pants south and west.
For Avoca, Plttston and AVIlkes-Barrc,
1 n. m. and J n. in. Sunday. 210 n. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
i.;.n n. m. una i p. in,
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg
via Allentowu at 7.30 a. m., I p. m, and 1
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tninnoua and Potlsvllle, 7.D0 a. m.;
1 p. m. nnd 4 p. in.
For rates nnd tickets apply to agent at
W. C. RESSLER, Gen. Manager.
C. M. HURT. Gen. Puss. Agt.
Schedule In Effect Juno 10, 1902.
Trains leave Scranton G.US u. in., week
days, through vestibule train from
Wilkes-Rnrre. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via I'otts
vIIIp; stops at principal intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Siinbiiry. Ilnr
risliurg. I'hlladelphla, Ralthnore, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg and tho West.
li.lT a. ni.. week days, lor Sunbury. llnr
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Raltlmore, Wash
ington and Pittsburg and tho West.
1.R p. m., week days, (Sundays. l.:,S p.
ni.). for Sunbury. llnrrlshurg. Philadel
phia, Raltlmore. Washington and Pitts
burg nnd tho AVest.
;!.2S p. m., week days, through vosfibulo
train from Wllkes-Barro. Pullman hurfot
parlor car and coaches to Philadelphia via
Potlsvllle. Stops at principal buermedl
alo stntlons. ,
l.u."i p. m., week divs. for Rnzleton, Sun
bury. Ilnrrisliuig, I'hlladelphia nnd Pltti-
l""K' J. R. IIU'I'CIHNSON. Gen. Mgr
J. R. WOOD. Gen. P.is.. Agt.
Delaware ond Hudson.
Ill Rll'ect .lllllo 10. WO.1.
Trains for Cnrbondnlo leave Scranton nt
0. ii. 7,;;i!, s.iiii, lO.lii a. ni.; 12.01, 1.1:, 2.11.
;i.r.i;, n.29. o.2", s.2i, u.i.i, 10,01 p. m.; 12.1s.
I.M a. 111. , , ,,,..
For Itoncsuun nn. i.i.i a. in,; ;.u nun
r. "0 n in.
f...... H'IO.'rta.ll.. IT.-
II. S. II. 0.17.
i.'.'i, 1.3.1, a 10,
in.ra a. 111.: 12.0.1. 1.12. 2.1s,
I' 1,1 , ,. v r . ' V" 1-
7. tS. 10.11, 11.1.1 p. in.
For L. V. It. n. Polnts-7.lt. D.I7 11. m.
2.1S, I.3.". and 11.10 p. 111.
For Pennsylvania R. R. Pohits-0 31
9.17 11. m.; 1.12. e-s ami 4.X. p. ni.
For Albany and all points north 7.S1) a.
ni. unit :i.oii p. ni.
ni. ami .1 s,,NnAY TRAINS.
For Carbondiilc S.W, 11.3.1 a. m,; 2:11.
,1...il. n.52 nun n-u !'
For Wilkes. I1iirre-f.:is a. m.; 12.03. l;v,
.1.2S. il.f.2 nnd 0.17 p. 111. . .
For Albany nnd points north 3.10 nj.m
For Honesilalc-S.V) a. m.; 11.31 anil?,1,",l
''w'l.. PRYOR. D P. A . Scranton. a
Erie Rnlh'oatl4Wyonitaf viglori.
In RfiVel Hemi'iniii-r li. i!'o.. ',-
Trains leave Scrnulon for New York,
Ncwbiirgh and Intetnicdlate points, al-i
for llavlev and local ntallon at 7.:o a.
in. nnd I 3.1 p. 111.
For lloucil.llo and Whlto Mills nt ,UJ
Tifilns arrive at Soranton a! 10.3? n.'m.
nnd '.Ml i. in.
New York, Ontario and Western.
Time luble ill cltcct Sunday, Sept. 23, tvi.
.NOR'lll IIOIND TRAINS. ow
Lciivo Leave Aii'fvn
Scranton. Carbondale. Cndosli.
,ii.;ji 11. in. 11 1011. 111. l.nop.-.m
. t; m p. in.Ar.t'ntboiidalo 0. tc,il't
SO FT I
I jiurrw1, 1 .
I.eaVu Leiivo Am-li-n
Trolns. CiuUwIn. Curbouduio. Scr.uilon.
No. O.-IOii. 111. ".-' ti( in.
No. 2 ...... 2.1 p. in, l.iKlp. tn. I. lip; 111.
Sl'NDAYS ONLY. NORTH ROIND.
l.cjivo J.ifiuii Arrivi
Trains. Scranton. CurbomlaK'. Cadoila.
No. a 8.30u. ill. D.lOli. 111. 104."m"jn.
No. 5 i.H)p. m.Ar.CiirboHdnlu MSiMii
SOI'TIf IIOI'ND -
Leave I.eavo Arflv
'Plains, C.idosla. f'arbondaU'. Scranton.
No. 1! li.loa. in. 7.21 ii; 111.
No.pl 1.30 p. 111. Uu:p.m. li.I'ip, m.
Trains Nos. 1 u cc; days, 11ml 9 nil
Suiulajs i-nimci-i for New York city. Mid.
illolown, Wnhon. Niu-wk-li. Oneida, Os
wego and all iiolnl west.
Trulu No. , with "Quaker City .-ft,
press'' at Sera 11(011. via C. 11. jt. of N. .1 .
for Philadelphia:, Atlantic City.- Raltlmoro'
Wnshhigtoii and I'eniisylvqnla statj
See tlmc-tnlilo and consult ticket agents
for connections wllh ollior lines.
J, C. ANDERSON. G. P. A.. New York.
J. B. WELSH. T. I, A., Scranton, Pa.