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TlIE SCltANTON ' TlUBUSE-jSATUKDAV MOKNiNG. iOVE3UJEK 17, 1894.
. NORTON NEW SINE 115 Wyoming ave. Artists' materials, all sorts. Dennlson'B imported tissue and crepe Papers and materials for using same. A full assortment always in stock. Tube colors for oil and China paintiug. Artirts' colors In bottles, cake, pans, Canvas, academy board, Hall's gold, '.. Wax material, draughtuien's material, Fine stationary for social uses, From Whiting', Crane's, and other mills, Engraving and printing to order On short notice by expert mechanics. See specimens and get our prices. Miscellaneous and gift books, Sets and single vols. Cloth and leather. Our assortment is largo and complete. Bibles, every description, size and price. 1'rayer books, hymnals, music books, NORTON'S. New store, 115 Wyoming ave. GOOD BREAD USE THE FLOUR And; always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Go. E THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch ..Cigars ' .HftVE THE INITIALS' , -. G. B.'& CO. ; ' IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGAR. Carney,' Brown & Co. Mf r's t Court House Square. PERMANENT CURE OF RUPTURE All form of Hernia a ppocialty. Wa.l known Scranton physicians in clurga. SCR ANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., MIL, Z03 Washington Avenue. DISMORE DOINGS. Fresh oysters received dally at Tal mer's murket. Miss Mary Outran, of Hawley, Is vis itlng friends in town. David Deeker and Eugene Selgle spent Thursday evening visiting In Avoea. . 'A. 11. Oliver has returned from Business trip to Baltimore and Wash ington, D. C. ' Misses Llllie Wardell and Clara Kra ger are visiting at Port Klchmond, Staten Island. Mr. and Mrs. August Oleson are In Honesdalo attending the funeral of Mr. Oleson' b mother. Miss Margaret Hannon, of Old Forge, i nMwng .uiss .Maggie aiurpny, on ltrlnket-; street. Cards ire out announcing the coming marriage of Martin Dolphin to Miss Mary Gallagher, of Hawkey. ilie Jleptasophs held their regular meeting at their rooms last evening " he order is growing In membership. Miss Kate Pickering, of Gehitt. Sus quehanna county, Is visiting her cousin Miss Maud Jackson, on Drinker street. All members of the Epworth league are invited to attend a social at th home of Miss Lucetta Miller, on Lovers' J.une, next Monday evening. The Woman's Guild of St. , Luke' cnurch will hold a supper at the real aence of Mr. Bronson, on Elm street next Wednesday evening. Supper nerved ironi ts to 10 o'clock. All are in vueci. tiarry Hanhas, one of the Suburban Electric Light company men who were working repairing their wires in this horough yesterday, fell from the wagon last evening while going home and naeiurea nis leg. Y. W. C. A. XQTKS. The tisunl Sunday sen-Ices will be con ductal at Young Women's Christian us uuuiion tomorrow at 3.43, led by Miss Jlorerico Tomklnson, secretary of the branch association. All young women are uay evening a reception will be given by the entertainment committee to m.. - . . ... i innioera or the association. Within . uuu six weeka jUBt one hundr4d new members have been added to the city association and it Is hoped the former ...... uer win give the new members i-u.um( welcome III thjsr lwehtl.m n, iii "K .,8.?nd ? ,lpfcl'iS programme will add to the. enjoyment of the evening. Members will be admitted on presentation in, iiieniuemiiip earn ana none but mem iktu wm wt expecieu. . Members of tho association can recefv piano lessons irom a competent teacher Tor t lor cen lessons, the lessons to be liven ui me ruums. Musical Instruments. es. Ml line. Davldow Bros. wo have , Buy the Weber and ret the best. At Guernsey Bros ' A Foe to Dyspepsia ON OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL I'ossinii Events of the Day on the Vest Side of the City tcd. OUR CHOIK WILL NOT COMPETE McnJelnsohns Havo I'ocidcd Not o Slug ot Alltmtown- Coming Jintcrtainment of the Chi Ipsllon Soclcty-Capouso ' Colliery to Wort Nine Hours. The annual rally of the members ot the SVraiiton Street tiuptist cliurih Sunday school will lo ht.-ld .tomorrow evening at 7.110 o'clock. A collection will bo taken for home and roivlgn niL Kluns. The followltis programme will te rendered: SlngiiiK by the Sunday school; chorus by choir, Lr. Sendeiiiiiif, leader; short sermon by the pastor. Hev. T. J. Collins; anthem, church choir, led by Thomas O. Evans; recitation, Hiss Grace Goodrich: essay, Miss Matlle Wiitklns; hIiikIiii; by jirlmary depart- ineiil; recltutlons, young people; recita tion. Miss Lizzie Jones: rmurks by of ficers und teachers. J. i:. Krcstic UinicJ. The funeral of J. K. Kresge, of Eighth. Btreet, who died on Wednesday even I nit. occurred nt noon yesterday from his home. Services were conducted, by Rev. U l Floyd, lx D., pustor of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal church, In the presence of a large concourse of friends. Among the llorul offerings were a handsome pillow and wreath. The Hyde Park lodtfe, improved Order of Heptavophs, uttended. The remains ere removed on the IS.'iij Delaware, Lackawanna and Western train for Stroiidsbui'KT where Interment was lade. The pall-ben rers were selected from the lodge. ill Not Compote. The Mendelssohn Choral society have ;cided not to compete at Allentown on Thanksgiving Day. John J. Wat klns Is leader and they were. to compete on the chief selection, "We Never Will How Down." A choir of IL'5 voices was required and there was not that num ber pledged to go. It has been decided to enter the competition at Taylor, and one at Carbondale on Thanksgiving Day. Rehearsals for these will begin t once. Brief Notes of Interest. Mrs. Itoberl Karrlngton la ill at li r home on North Hyde Purk avenue. A bachelor entertainment will be given In the First Welsh Baptist church on Nuv. 21. ' Mr. and Mrs. William. Wright, of Academy street, have returned from their wedding trip. A meeting of the Welsh Philosophical society will be held this evening In their rooms on South Main avenue. Misses Sarah and Stella Meredith, of Jackson street, held a pumpkin pie so cial at their home Thursday evening. Thomas O. Williams, the mall carrier, has returned from his anuuul vacation. He visited New Vol'k state and promi nent towns In Pennsylvania. The employes of the Capouse mines will go on nine hours today. They have been working eight lor a long time and this is a welcome announce ment. On Monday evening Colonel H. Ji. Sprague, of Orange, X. J., will deliver his lli'th lecture of the University Ex tension course In the Welsh t.'alvinlstio Methodist church. The subject will be "Goldsmith. " The Young People's Literary und De bating society held a meeting last even ing lu the First Welsh Baptist church An Interesting literary and musical programme was rendered. Hev. W. S, Jones presided. Rev. VV. W. Shiuv will preach to the congregation of tho Washburn Street resbyterlan church lu St. David's hall, 113 North Main avenue, Sunday, Nov. IS, at 30.30 a. ni. No preaching service in the evening. The Chi Upsllon society of the Wash burn Street Presbyterian church is making elaborate preparations for two entertainments on Thanksgiving Day. In the afternoon something very amus ing and laughable Is being prepared, It will be almost expressly for children, A dime entertainment and card social will be given on Nov. 28 by the classes of Mrs. Coons and David H. Williams, connected with the Sumner Avenue Presbyterian church. A feature of the affair will bp a drill and chorus exer cise by a class of -twenty-four girls under the direction of B. Davles. The funeral of Lewis E. Jones, of Os well court, who died after a lung Ill ness on Wednesday evening, will take place this afternoon from tho home of John E. Jenkins, where he boarded. Interment will be made in the Wash burn Street cemetery. Mr. Jonea was a widower and had but one Qhlld, who Is now In Europe. XEW.OOODS. "' . Having Just returned fir,m the city, we will be ready this morning to show tho latest In dress goods, also bargains in kid gloves,' corsets, hosiery and underwear. Mears & Hagen 1 r you are in need of aide combs, with torllngsllver trimmings, call on Duvldow Kros. , , , , His Kepartoo Dld't Win. From the Detroit Free Press. The woman had been cleaning house and when she was tired enough to feel like throwing her best parlor chair at any visitor who might come, a book peddler presented himself. "Madam," he began, "I have here " "Stop' right there," she interrupted, "have you a mother?" "I used to have, madam." "Have yoa a wife?" ' - "Yes, madam, and I'm trying to make a living for her, and 1 have here " "Stop there!" she Interrupted again. "If a man came to her when she was us dead tired as I am and made matters worse by trying to sell her a book, what would you want her to do to him?" "I should want her to buy his book: as soon as she could and get rid of him, madam." "Well," she snapped, "I'm glad I'm not your wife. Now you get out of this, quick, or she won't huv as poor an ex cuse for a husband as she already has," and he stood not upon, the order of his going. We have the finest line of vases In tho city. Diivlclow Bros. A Cast In l'olnt. From Life. He '(very, excitedly) ' don't , think should like ot marry any girl 'unless knew she was of a self-sacrlllclng nature, She Hut wouldn't that prove If ? Ir. Gibbons, of New York city, will be In his Scranton otnee, 411 Wyoming avenue, every Mon, day from 8 In the morning until & In the evening. . , . , , 1 . When In need of sporting goods, re' member Davklow Bros, , . , ELKS LADIES' RECEPTION. Held I nst Nislit in the Club Koodik on I'runklin Avenue, '-'i The taaKiilllcent Franklin avelroo home of the BcrantnR Elks wan thrown j ppenr'lnst evening toreccive'ln a sochil session the wives and women friends of the, members or tne order, nearly 2"u persons enjoyed an evening of sociabil ity, music and feast. Colonel F. J. Fltzslmmons was chair man of the session committee and in troduced Adjutant AV. fcf. Millar, whoso address of welcome was devoted Es pecially to the ladles. During the feast the Elk orchestra rendered musical sclctlons from the balcony, and later In the evening the gathering was enter tained by Professor Kopf, violinist; Profossor Korn, pianist; John Watklns, baritone; Miss Gould, pianist, find the Elk quartette. XOKTIl EM) NOTES. Mrs. John Horn, of Dickson avenue, is seriously 111. Allss Bertha Cole has accepted a po- sltlon In Smith's bakery. Mr. Kemp, of Green Ridge street has removed to Deacon street. E. D. Hughes, of Dickson n venue, has been sick for t.e last week. C. T. Bellamy, of Delaware street, visited in New York this week. Mrs. Frank Guard, of Capouse ave nue. Is seriously 111 with pneumonia. Mrs. Thomas Jacobs, of Nantlcoke, Is visiting friends In this part of the city. The approaches to the Driving park bridge are in a very dangerous condi tion. Mrs. J. R. Fordham, of Sanderson avenue, has been quite 111 during the past week. Mrs. M. T. Kellar, of Washington acnuo. Is slowly recovering after a severe Ulncsc Mis. Kyte, of Plttston, siient Thurs day with her sister, Mrs. W. If. Peck, of Monsey avenue. ' The Ladles' Aid society ot the Prlnii- j the Methodist church cleared, about $10(1 on their fair. ' ' ' ' i New hymnals and psalm books have! been placed in the Asbury Methodist j Episcopal church. j W. L. Carr, of the Green Ridge Store company, mane a business visit to , riltstoil yesterday. I Mrs. John Scott and two sons are visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robert Will iams, of Parker street. The ditches on Parker street, between Main avenue and Holllster avenue, are being paved with cobblestone. Mrs. A. J. clardner and Mrs. Tilling- uist Brayton, of Factoryville, visited relatives on Dickson avenue during the past week. After the regular meeting of the Heptasophs on Monday evening in Ma sonic hall, on Dickson avenue, refresh m nts will be served. 1 Mrs. Reese Wiitklns, of Edna avenue, returned home yesterday afternoon, after a two weeks' visit with, relatives In England and Wales. mi... r n.n . i.i i .... . i. i ..v....... x lie uuuieM iii'i riucieiy ul me ..vsi'iuy Mctnouist episcopal cnurcn win noiu a fancy article sale at the residence of E. E. Teal, of Sanderson avenue, on Thursday evening. The Green Ridge Lumber company's planing mill, on Dickson avenue, near No. -7 school house, will be moved to the rear of their otllee on Clreen Rldgo street during next week. Dr. Allen yesterday visited the resl nce of George Fanning, on Breaker street, where there are seven cases of of typhoid fever, and expressed him self as being well satlsned with the condition of affulrs. Rev. A. F. Ferris, of the Puritan Con gregational church, will preach tomor row morning on "Se Churchy and In the evening another of his series of sermons to young men on The Basis of a Manly Character." Workmen are engaged In tearing down th" old buildings und fences at the Driving park and building a new fence, TuMch encloses a smaller area; the vacant ground around it is staked out for building lots. A large force Is busy grading the grounds. The track bus also been bunked lu. About 100 members of the congrega tion and choir of the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church tendered a surprise party to their chorister, William H. Lanyon, of Honesdale street, on Thurs day evening. After spending the even ing In amusements, refreshments were served about 11 o'clock. He was pre sented with a well tilled purse. . The funeral services of David Rich ards were held at his resldnce, on Wayne avenue, yesterday afternoon, and Werl ill icharire of Cnrlndlnwn lodge. No. 3, of the American True Ivorltes, of wliich he was a member. They were conducted by Rev. R. S. Jonea, D. D., who was assisted by Rev. B. 1. Evans, of the West Side. The pall bearers were taken from among the members of tho lodge. They were Daniel Price, John IX Evans, Richard E. Jones, John Henry, David Jones and William B. Jones. It was one of the largest funerals ever seen In this part of the city. Headquarters for wedding rlnzs In Ilk and lik. Davldow Uros. At 7.30 j). m miction sale at Freeman's Dessert knives and forks. Trlide plated goods. Duvldow Uros. ' Plllshury's Flour Mills have a capacity ot 17,500 barrels a day. GREATEST; V 1 I OF THE SEASON. Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats. Walking Hats, Sailor Hats, Chil dren's Hats, Children's Caps, It will pay you to buy either to day or tomorrow. HASLACHER'S : MILLINERY H. LBNGFELD, SUCCESSOR 324 Lacka. Ave. School Books and Supplies. - , Blank and Miscellaneous - Books, ' Photograph and Scrap Albums, Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic tures for Wedding Gifts, " Gold Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ ; mg Tablets.; j PRATT - STATIONARY STORE 312 Lackawanna Avenu. vice Toward the 1 I LINE BARCAINS NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE Attempt' MadcVTap the till ef rick Donnelly's Hotel. L'nt- BUKGLAK CAUGHT IS THE ACT lie Is Given a Sound Heating unJ Kicked Out of Doors-Sunday Y. W. C. A. Scr. vices and Other Association .Men tlon-Dcath In Miller Family. Few men possess the temerity evinced by a young man named Peter Sullivan, about 21, year's of age, who attempted to burglarize the hotel of Patrick Don- ' nelly, on Beech street, yesterday morn j lng at 10 o'clock. At 8 o'clock In the morning Sullivan first went into Don nelly's hotel. His actions were sus picious and he did not remain long. About It) o'clock Mr. Donnelly left the hotel and went to the next house. In a few minutes he returned to the bar room of the hotel. When he entered he saw Sullivan behind the bar Indus triously rltling the cash drawer and he rushed quickly and grappled with him. In the encounter Mr. Donnelly threw Sullivan to the floor and held him there by the throat. Three dollars and a half In silver fell to the floor, and as that appeared to be all In Sullivan's posses sion Mr. Donnelly then kicked him out of doors. When the robber got to the street he commenced to throw stones j at the windows and Mr. Donnelly had to flro two shots to scure him away. He left behind a pair of overalls und ! a drilling jacket and a memorandum j book fell from his pocket. The book j had on the cover the compliments of I Miller Bros., wholesale merchants, of ! Dwight, 111. Sullivan told Mr Don . nelly on' his first visit that he was a steam fitter in search of work. It has been learned that he arrived in Scran . ton but a few weeks ago and Is staying I with a family on Plttston avenue. He ' has relatives on the South Side. Y. W. C. A. Notes. Miss Alice Peck, of Green Ridge, will lead the exercises at the Young Woman's Christian association tomor- row afternoon. Her subject will be, "What Ta Yrait Sr.nl Worth?" Sneclnl singing will be a feature of the exer cises. Next Tuesday evening Dr. Anna Clark, of Adams avenue, will deliver t pruetlcal talk and ull women are lu vlted. Next Friday evening there will be a nail and buttonhole social and on Thursday evening the new dress-mak lng class will begin its lessons. To the exercises tomorrow the mothers of the South Side ure specially Invited. Th music win furnish a sulllcient reconi pense to ull who uttend. South Side Jottings. Willie, the 5-year-old son of Fred Miller, of Plttston avenue, tiled yester ri.lv morning of membranous croup, The family suffered the loss of anothc child a week ugo and u little girl Is Every day this week. Try and come In the forenoon, continuation of the SALE 1.000 Table pieces Silver Plated ware bv Rogers and other reliable makers.bouijht from the Philadelphia linn that failed. Rogers' Teaspoons Pairpoint Butter Dish 45c. 98c. I j Our big case outside loaded full of samples. See 'era. CO. 213 Lackaw anna Ave. (If! ! UllU 1 1 Llv I i i ' REXFORD JEWELRY is This morning we will open an entire new stock of Dress Goods. The "415 now seriously til. The funeral of the boy will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment In Pittslou Ave nue cemetery. . ' O'Connell Council, ToUng Men's Insti tute, of Minooka, will hold a social ses sion Nov. 23. We have an exquisite line of silver nap. i.in rings, urn-mow itros. BUY YOUR WHITE CHINA NOW. TT TE HAVE a large V V line of choice French for' decorating, Those intending to do such work for holiday gifts should make their purchases now, as all our import orders are in. We have a number of new snapes ana decorations m dinner and toilet sets that are handsome for little money. Onyx Top Tables, Piano, Banquet and Princess Lamps. China Hall WEICHEL & MILLAR, IIS WYOMING AVENUE. T KICK Because the Child rcu Wear Out lots of shoes, but drop in and look at our "Oil Doilgola" shoes for misses and children, Shoes Are Cheaper Thau Medicine And wheu tho children are wearing out shoes it's pretty sure they don't need medicine Then Again Our Shoes Are Cheaper Than Others Those '-Oil DoilgolilS" are the kind that have good soles, throw off water and give you about hau more service lor your money than you usually get. ... V u . AJHUlVil Shoes in the same quality. SCfiflNK YOUR SHOE MAN, 410 Spruce Street. DID YOU LOSE A HAT ON THE ELECTION? GET IT at 412 SPRUCE ST., or205 ucKuvE. DON CHRISTIAN THE HATTER Latest Styles at the Lowest Prices. HI Lackawanna .Avenue. REEFERS LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES AND LOW PRICES. We want to show you MEN'S STRICTLY ALL WOOLEN . ... ; , Colors, Grey, Black MARTIN & Custom Tailors IMttttUtttli,ttlttttatitttMMH;t i I The Fashion 3Q8 LACKAWANNA AVE. 50 Ladies' Beaver Coats ,iu worth $9.00, for. 100 Children's Long Coats, worth $10.00, for - lILLOFFEHHWIulolE 100 Children's Eiderdown Coats trimmed with Angora fur, worth $1.50. for i case Men's Natural Wool Underwear, worth 75c for VISIT ILLINERY Something New Every Hi CHAINS FOR Something nice for a Christmas some dear friend's hatr. E. M.HETZEL, FUR WILL FLY When you ko hiintliiR for rnblilts If you Ri-t one of our bhiih tlmt we arc Rolling tit cut jirk'PH, tho fluent lot of riiiih ut thi lowoxt tirii'px over oftVreil In tho nit v. Think nf It, a flrHt-cluss hamnioi-li'ss Run for fcS.OU. CLARENCE H. FLOREY, Y M. C. A. BUILDING. I T' I i I'll S" J i 1 I f j !( . ,, ; . ,.l IF E IDS 10 DESCRIBE OI'II (HI'S fill It would require the entire paper, ami perhaps mure, to do it lull justice. A BRIEF DESCRIPTION: We're sbouitii! orhmul and elntvc STYI1X l ('llI.DRFA CMITIIINO tliiic were never before imaginable is bcrc at your disnusal, GREAT RENOWNED Consisting of a Coat, t pairs of Pants, and a cap of all wool material, 'WARRANTED X0T TO RIP. AT IT'S A GREAT TRADE We're delighting hosts of boys Straps combined, which go FREE to PEflfJ CLOTHING 137 AND 139 Complete Outfitters, ' our . and Oxford Mixed, DEL ANY, and Clothiers, WYOMING AVE. ; 308 LACKAWANNA AVE. black and blue, $5.98 from 6 to 12 years. $5.50 75c 49c OUR DEPA Week. See Show Windows, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Gift, Chains made out of your own or Leave orders a early aa possible. 230 Lacka. Ave. NEW STORE, 133 FRANKLIN AVE. We am now doing a Reneral Drue. Paint and Ull business t the above location, during the election of our store building recently, destroyed by fire. . IN EVERY DEFARTIKIEHT. OUR TKLEPHONE CALL, NO. 23.. All orders promptly tilled and delivered ta' any part of the city. 133 FRAISKL1N AVENUE. seen er Iieurd uf in this eilv. Anv novelty such as M Silk Astakhatt Reefers, Satin Lined,. Shawl Collar Cape Ulsters and Over coats, English Paddock Jvercoats for Children,' Hood ; Ulsters and Over coats, ..' different designs, .'Single, Double and Triple Cape Overcoats, a great variety, Reefer, Junior and Yestee ; Suits, Handsomely Trimmed, and .LAST, but not LEAST, -THE- ALLEN ill $4.25. WINNER. COMBINAT with the Scholars' Companion and Book Children's Clothing buyers. AND SHOE HOUSE PEN lil AVENUE. 5. L. GALLEty