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TiiJS SUKAINTOJN TltlHUNE WEDNESDAY MORNLNtt. NOVEMBER 28, 1894.
3 rs 115 Wyoming avo. Artists' materials, all sorts. ftenrjison'B imported tissue and crepe Papers and materials for using Barne. A full assortment always iu stock. Tube colors for oil and China painting. Artirts' colors in bottles, cakes, pans, Canvas, academy board, Hall's gold, ' Wax material, draughtmen's materials, Fine stationary for sociul uses, From Whiting's, Crane's, and other mills, Engraving and printing to order On short notice by expert mechuniea. See specimens and get our prices. Miscellaneous and gift books, Sets and single, vols. Cloth and leather. Our nssorlment Is largo and complete, Bibles, every description, size and price. Prayer books, hymnals, music hooka NORTON'S. ' New store, 115 Wyoming avo. GOOD BREAD USE THE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HftVE THE INITIALS G. B. & CO. IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGAR. r e. - iit.t. r , ' , Court Mouse Square. PERMANENT CURE OF RUPTURE All forms of Hernia n specialty. Woll known Sorunton physicians in charcu." SCRANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., LIE, 203 Washington Avenue. PERSONAL. , llr. R. H. Gibbons is at New York on lirofi-HKlonal buttlneHS. Joseph I'lif-e, of this city, sailed by the City of Purls for England yesterday. R. Ernrst Comeuys, the real estato OHent, hus returned from a visit to Phila delphia. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. James McLeod and son, Norman, returned Monday from a Hying trip to Europe. Miss Bradford, who has been the guest of Miss Levnnla Dlmmlck, has returned to her home In Wilmington, Del. Mrs. Wade Finn, of Providence road, is visiting her daughter, Miss Harriet, at the Conservatory of Music, New York, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Swingle, of Jfawley, and son, Floyd, are visiting Mrs. Swin gle's parents, Mr. und Mrs, William Glf ford. Joseph Burros, part proprietor of the street eufes, left for New York yesterday, where he will be united In marriage to Miss Uecky Goldberg today. Judge and Mrs. II. W. Archibald will this evening entertain Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Archbald, of Pottsvllle, who are In 'the city to spend Thanksgiving Day with Mr. Archibald's parents. Cured of Miliaria and Dyspcpslu of l ive Years Standing. Mr. G. t?. Quick, one of our leading merchunt tailors, writes: Auburn, N. Y., Sept, C, '91. Dr. Potter Medicine Co., Gents: VWe years ago I had a severe attack of ma laria which was followed by dyspepslu in its worst form. Every b. eedlng year the malaritf has returned, u l I was ul most a total wreck. I have pd every remedy that I thought would iflt mo, but obtained no relief. One of m friends advised me to try your D. Laroque's Nerve Tonic and Dyspepsia Pills; I till so with the most beneficial results. I have been using them since June 1st. My dyspepsia is gone and the malurlu hus not returned the Ilrst time In four years that it has not visited me annually. I think your pills have done wonders for me and would advise all sufferers of malaria and dyspepsia to try them. Dr. Karoque's Nerve Tonic and Dyspepsia Pills cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, Nuu- ralglu, Headache, Catarrhal Headache, Sciatica, St. Vitus Dance, Femalo Weak ness, ExceBS, Karly Decay, Run down and wanted Vitality, Pale and Sallow people, and all Diseases having their origin in the nerve centers. They act direct upon the Stomach, Nervous System and Rlood. 25 cents a bottle. For sals by Matthews tiros., wholesale and retail. , The $10,000 School House for Columbia avenue has been let and will be commenced Immediately. There are still a few more lots left at a low price. Arthur Frothlngham, Office, Theater Lobby, Sale of 44 Queer People " Nos. 2 and 3 will open on Saturday M 9 a. m. No. 1 will close on that day. If you haven't secured No. 1 te sure ana send your orders before that date. Price, ioc. ; by "mail, 12c, I STORE 0 A Foe to Dyspepsia 1 o ON OTHER IE OF CHANNEL I'ussiii!)" Events of the Day on; West Side of the City Noted. the SOCIAL 01' TRUE AMERICANS Held in Kooms of the Organization on South Main Avoniic-I ntcrtninmcnt und Tart Sociul ut Welsh C. M. Cliurcli-l'ctcr Oliver Buried. 1 Klectric Camp, No. 35, Patrotic Order of True Americans, conducted a de lightful entertainment and sociul In Its rooms on South Main avenue last evening. The ladles have given a large number of these affairs, and they have always met with approval. Last even ing was no exception to the rule. The rooms were trimmed In good order and an enjoyable time was had. The pro gramme opened with an oeoreone and auto-harp duet by Isaac Price mid Hurry Edwards. It was received with applause. MIhs Funnle Jones rendered a vocal solo, und un Instrumental duet by Frank Genadee and Earnest Scott was -(riven. James K. Hughes, princi pal at No. 14 school, guve an address and spoke In flowing terms on the suc cess which the camp has already uchleved. Miss Alice Williams recited, and John Clark followed with a banjo solo. Mrs. Randolph Jones and Mrs. Frank Keck sang a sweet duct. Miss Mary Dorsoy recited, and a duet by Miss Fannie Jones mid Mm. Randolph Jones cloiied the entertainnipnt. A pleasant Bocinl followed, during which cake und coffee Were served. Social l ast F.vening. The lecture room of the Welsh Cal vlnlstlc Methodist church wus well filled lust evening at the entertainment and tart social given by the members of the Christian Endeavor society. The j rooms were prettily decorated with fli'tfs I and bunting. Uwilym A. Williams pie- I Hided. The programme opi tied tvith an address by the pastor, Rev. Hugh ! Davles, which wus well pi veil. Solos were rendered by Evan Miles, Miss Lydia Jones, Mlsa L'.xzle Parry, Mrs. Dr. Roberts', Tudor Williams, Morgan Harris und Ellas Williams. Those who gave recitations were. Emerson Owen, Miss Suhel Powell, Charles Cadwgan and 'S. George Howell. A dialogue given by MImscb Miuid Parry, Kate Hawkins, Anna Phillips and Oliver J( lies created great applause. Duets were rendered Iby Edith and Eddie Davles, Mlsaes Mattle Thomas mid Liz zie Williams. A tart social followed, during which refreshments were served by the young ladles. The' affair was n decided success. I'etcr Oliver lluriej. Funeral services over the remains of the late Peter Oliver, of Twenty-second street, who died on Sunday, occurred at i.'iO o'clock yesterday afternoon from the family home. The remains were removed to St. Patrick's church, fol lowed by a large concourse of people, where services were conducted by Rev. P. J" McNally. Tho-services were im pressive. Division No. 1, Ancient Order of Hibernluna, Hoard of Erin, attended. The flowers were of neat design. In terment was made Uv the Hyde Park Ca-thollc cemetery. The flower biarers were: Thomas Connors and John Flynn. The pall bearers were: John Lavelle, Anthony McAnulty, Jo,hn J. Gallagher and Domlnlek Needham. r -.' . Will Receive Donations. ? The Christian Endeavor society of the Washburn Street Presbyterian church had a. room opert In St. David's hall yesterday afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock to receive contributions for the poor, as Thanksgiving gifts. The Plymouth Congregational church contributions can be left In the chapel room any time today. At 3 oclock this afternoon, gifts will bp received-at the Simpson Methodist Episcopal church by a com mittee for that purpore. Last year this church gave away, thirteen Thanksgiv ing dinners. Struck with u Plank. Michael Utt, an employe of the Dela ware, lackawanna ana vt esiern com pany, and engaged as a carpenter on the new Oxford breaker, was seriously Injured yesterday afternoon. A large timber on the roof became loosened and fell, striking Mr. Utt upon the hend and shoulders. He was removed to his home at 710 Eynon 'street, where Dr. J. J. Roberts dressed his Injuries. Brief Notes of Interest. Don't forget the raffle for fine turkeys tonight at Smith's hotel, 123 North Main avenue. Mrs. Richard M. Harris, of Avenue D, Bellevue, Is suffering from a stroke of paralysis. Misses Mame Donohue and Mary Oonlgle, of this side, are visiting friends In Wllkes-Barre. Big time tonight at Smith's hotel, 123 North Main avenue. Hallle for fine tur keys. Don't miss It. ' Misses B. Padden and Nellie Loney, of Carbodale, have returned home from a visit with friends on this side. ' ' Bev. Daniel Jones, of Wisconsin, a noted devlne, visited Bezaleel Davles, of Washburn street, during the week. A union Thanksgiving service will be held-by the Christian Endeavor Boclety of the Plymouth Congregational church tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock. Mrs.. James P. Davles and son, Charles, and Mrs. John Armstrong and daughter, ltachel, of Edwardsdale, have returned home from a. visit with friends here. The dime entertainment and card so cial at the Sumner Avenue Presbyterian church, which will occur this evening, promises to be a grand success. The funeral of Mrs. James Brlckley, of 720 Eynon street, who died on Tues day, will take place on Friday after noon. Interment will be made In the Wasfliburn Street cemetery. ' The Ladies' "Aid society of the Wash burn Street Presbyterian church will hold Its annual bazaar for the sale of Christmas presents at the parsonage on Washburn street, on Dec. 13 and 14. Miss Gwennle Thomas and Hahel Powell, have been appointed delegates of the Christian Endeavor society of the Welsh Onlvlnlstlc Methodist church and will attend the convention at Oar bondale on Friday. A telegram was received here yester day that a daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Henry S. Evans, of Salt Luke City, who visited here about a month ago, was dead. Mr. and Mrs. Evans have the sympathy 'of their large circle' of friends here. A drama entitled "False Pretensions" will he presented on Jan. 15 under the direction and management of Miss BeUe Vlpond. The following will paptlclate: Misses Bertha Powell, Maud Vlpond, Margaret Cilbbs, Helen Mott and Emer son Owen, Myron Evans, Frank Hagen, George Vlpond, George Peck and Ed ward Taylor. Williams Evans, of North Garfield avenue, was arraigned before Alderman Blair for. attacking Mine Foreman 'D. W. Moser, who wus returning home a I few evenings ago. Evans stated that he was mistaken In his man, as he- sup posed Mr. Moser to be his fatUer-In-law. It was case of mistaken identity and the alderman imposed a fine and costs on Evans. - ' ' West Side Business Directory. PHOTOGRAPH EU Cabinet Photos, S1.40 per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con vince yourself by calling ut Starner's Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main avenue. PLI MUINO-Wllllam D. Griffiths, 113 Norlh Main avenue, does first-ohms Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting. Satisfaction Is strictly guaranteed. GROCERIES Revere Standard Java Coffee Is unexcelled. The leading coffee of the day. K0r sale only at F. W. .Ma son & Co. Fine Groceries, 118 South Mian avenue. SECOND HAND FURNITURE - Cash for anything you have to tell. Furni ture, stoves, Tools, etc. run and see the slock of J. C. King, Wli and llDJ Jackson street. WALL PAPER Go to Fred Reynolds, 200 North Main avenue, and see bin complete line of Wall Paper, Paints and Window Shades. Just opened with a new stock. OYSTERS R. E. Davis' market house. Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Fruits. Clysters served in every style. 310 North Main avenue, next to Clarke's XKWS OF THE K01T1I SIDE. Thanksgiving Exercises at the Young Women's Christian Association lloxer Patrick .Murphy Engaged us Instructor by the Scranton Athletic Cliib-Ueturn of Patrick Casey. . Thanksgiving Day services at the Young Women's Christian association rooms will be especially Interesting. The entertainment, which begins in the afternoon at the close of the religious exercises, will lust until 9 p. ni., and will vary every hour. All young women are Invited and will be welcomed by the secretary and the members of the recep tion committee. What the programme will be Is as fol lows: The rooms will be thrown open at 3 o'clock and until 3.30 the reception will take place; from' 3.30 to 4 a praise service will be conducted, and from 4 until 5, music, games and conversation al pastime will be Indulged in.' From u to 7 something good to eat will'be ready for ull. After that for an hour there will be a gymnasium drill and art gal- lery and prypsy maid reproduction. The I last hour of the evening will be devoted to music, charades und nn elephant party. (letting ltcudy for Huttlc. Oftentimes the query has been. asked, Why is it that the Scranton Athletic club docs not hold a tournament? The reason advanced by the members of the club la because they do not belong to the Amateur association. Hut still that does not prevent them from having one, and in answer to the question in a posi tive way the club has decided to en gage? the services of Patrick Murphy, of the Exoel.-dor Athletic club, a local athlete who Is well up In the science of the sport, us an instructor for the com ing winter months. As soon as the boys begin to get in form a date for u tourna ment will be decided upon. Casey Again on Heck. Patrick Casey, husband of Mrs. Maria May Gillanl, of Pear street, is home again from Sparrow Point, and until he leaves again, which will be In about two weeks, taking as a criterion his past de partures, the neighbors and the people of the Twentieth ward generally will bo furnished with a topic for gossip. Shorter Paragraphs. Select Councilman Charles Westpfahl has returned from a visit to Wllkes Barre. Miss Anna Danforth, of South Wash ington avenue, will spend Thanksgiv ing In Phlludlephiu. The funeral of Mrs. Dorothea P.resser, of Cedar avenue,, will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Michael McDonnell, of Hawiey, has returned home after a short visit with friends on this side. Druggist Daniel G. Gelbert, of South Washington avenue, Is around again ufter a spell of sickness. Chicken thieves the other night broke open the coop of Martin Cannon, of Cedar avenue, and stole forty chickens. This evening theannual entertainment of St; Mary's Glee and Dramatic asso ciation will be held at the church hall. Since the South works suspended oper ations a few of the Idle employes have secured employment with the gang that is repnlrlng the street car tracks.. Tomorrow night at Germanla hall the Scranton Athletic club will conduct n Thanksgiving ball. At Natter's hall the Mozart band will also hold forth. Tomorrow morningat St. Peter's cath edral the marriage of Miss Kate Swee ney, of Hemlock street, to John Mc Graw. of Prospect avenue, will take place. , . - The Viola Social club will hold Its first masquerade ball at Germanla hall Monday evening, Dec. 10. Admission for ladies will be 10 cents and gentlemen 2!). Professor Wahlers will furnish the music. , .. Rev. Mr. Sohwender, of Chicago, who has been conducting revivul services at the . Hickory Street Baptist church for three weeks, ended his labors Mon day night and left for home yesterday. His efforts succeeded In creating much spiritual enthusiasm in the church and are appreciated by Rev. Mr. Schmidt, the pastor. Scronton's llusincss Interests. THE TRIBUNE will soon publish a care fully compiled and classified list of tho leading wholesale, banking, manufactur ing and professional Interests of Scran ton and vicinity. Tha edition will be bound In book form, beautifully lllustra ed with photogravuro views of our pub lic, buildings, Business uiocks, streets. etc., togetner wun portraits or leading citizens. ro similar worK lias ever given nn equal representation of Scranton'a many Industries. It will be an invaluable exposition of our business resource. Sent to persons outsido the clly, copies of this handsome work will attract new com ers and be an unequalled advertisement of the city. The circulation Is on a plan that cannot fall of good results to those concerned as well as the cty at laiv;o. Representatives of THE TRIBUNE will call upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES are DESIRED In this edition and explain its nature more fully. Those desiring views of their residences In this edition will please leave notice at the office. I am prepared to receive a limited num ber of piano pupils. For terms, etc., ad dress Richard F. Lindsay, 822 Mulberry street. Or at Powell's Music Store. 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 tng Tablets. PRATT - STATIONARY STORE 312 Lackawanna Avenue. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE v (Under this heading short letters of In terest will bo published when accompa nied, for publication, by the' writer's name. T ho Tribune will not bo held re sponsible for opinions here expressed.) Mr. StubMchlno Corrects. Editor of The Tribune. Sir. In today's issue of your paper you mukethestatement that the funeral services of Charles Raffelt were under the auspices of Camp No. 242, Patriotic Order Sons of America, which Is not true. As pastor of the family I at tended Charles during his sickness and was with lilm when he died. As he was a member of the Patriotic Order Sons of America It was proper that that society should attend the funeral, but the ser vices both at the house and at the grave were In my charge. None of the mem bers attended the services at the house and all the service they conducted was a brief ritual service at the grave. You will confer a great favor on both my self and the family by publishing this statement and removing an erroneous Impression that may be In the minds of some, that no minister was present. W. H. Stubbleblne. K0BTH EXD NOTES. Mrs. Rachel Davis (Rahel O'Fon), of Wisconsin, preached to a good sized audience In the Welsh Congregational church last night. Rev. D. M. Kintur, of the Christian church, will preach at the union Thanksgiving Day services In place of Bev. M. D. Fuller, us has been an nounced. One of the most attractive signs In this part of the city is the Illuminating motor which George Davis has hud placed In position in front of the Lewis drug store. The motor is of sheet iron, studded with glass prisms of different colors and is lighted by two gas jets. The Royal Family social club gath ered at the home of William Jenkins, on Sluing street, last evening in honor or his daughter, ,Miss Anna. Games were Indulged in until a late hour, when refreshments were served, after which all went to their various homes. Mrs. Michael Flood died u.t the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Rowley, on Washington avenue, at 1 o'clock Mini- day afternoon of apoplexy, at the uge of 1 years. She Is survived by two sons and a daughter. Her husband died about a year ago. Mrs. Flood was well known here, having resided in, tho Notch Bince 1S"4 until a few months ugo. The funeral services will be held today. A requiem muss will be cele brated In St. Paul'B church, Pt-nn ave nue ut !l o'clock; Interment being made In the Hyde Park cemetery. Conic ill before the rush is on? We cany the largest stock of Kings in Scranton, ami with many ring makers pushed for money we have bought at prices truly won derful. This Solid Ooldnr n i Baby Kiusr - m lAInuy Patterns, u" and tip to $2.00. Thin Ludien' or CHI dieii'g Solid Oolil Rinir, sot Into real Pom-Is i uud Turquoise Over 1,000 Ladies' JtlllRS. Kin Value. Real Montana Ruby set round with 14 Real ' Diamonds. Regular $30 King. ran n than a ik CO., . 213 Lackawanna Ave. Jmmm' ai 0 JEWELRY BARGAINS IN . Blankets Comforts LADIES', BOYS' Hosiery Underwear A new assortment of Stamp ed Linens open Saturday, 415 Lackawanna Avenue. YOU WILL REALIZE THAT "THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY," IF YOU USE BUY YOUR WHITE CHINA NOW. WE HAVE a large 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. t r t 4 We nave a number ol new shapes and decorations in dinner and toilet sets that are handsome for little money. Onyx Top Tables, Piano, "Banquet and Princess Lamps. China Hall WEICHEL & MILLAR ) 1!6 WYOMING AVENUE. Because the Children Wear Out lots of shoes, but drop in and look at our "Oil Doilgola" shoes for misses and ohil drea Shoes Are Cheaper Than Medicine And when tho children are wearing out shoes it's pretty sure they don't need medicinp Then Again Our Slices Are Cheaper Than Others Those ''Oil DongOlns aro the kind that have good soles. throw off water and eive you about half more service lor your money than you usually get. T..nrn nr Tlnrrnn T,!il!fa' Shoes in tho same quality. YOtfR SHOE MAN, 410 Sprues Street. A THREE D0LL4R BILL Is the price of the neatest and best suit, full suit, mind you, ot Underwear, you would want to put 011. Of course we have some cheap er or lower iu price and some higher. Our winter Gloves are of every kind, and you're sure to be suited. Then our Hat stock is very in teresting to tne ordinary man. Winter Caps are in and if you drive much you want one. Drop into either store and look. Christian, THE !5 HATTER 412 SPRUCE AND 205 LACK. AVE. 0 DOHT in AND MEN'S LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES AND LOW PRICES. We want to show you our iUfcrVb MKHILY ALL WOOLEN ....... I Colors, Grey, Black ARTIN & Custom Tailors rwwswwswwwswwwww ' 3o3 Lackawanna Ave. GREAT REVELATION il PRICES. I1LLINERY DEPARTMENT Felt Hats, worth 49c., for - 25c Velvet Hats trimmed with Jet and Tips, worth $5.00, for - $ 2 . 98 Frosted Kgrets worth 39c., for . 15c CLOAK DEPARTMENT New and desirable goods in Jackets, Plnsh and Cloth Capes, Fur Capes, etc., arriving daily and are sold at the Lowest Cash Prices. Hi CHAINS FOR CHRISTMAS Something nice for a Christmas Gift. some dear friend's hair. Leave E. M. HETZEL, A RUN FOR LIFE. flood moed is attnluod when Ufa Ik tho m lzo ot tlio chase, nnd (food bargains result frim tho iitrugglo for commercial i-xlstfine. For uximiplc, we are now offering Shotguns ut j rices whieti a year ago would lm'i! buuii deemed fabulous. To Biitlsfy yournolves thut turn la true, cmno in rum hop trio irnoiiti. A Firat-clisg Double Burrol Shotgun for $10. CLARENCE fl. FLOREY, Bicycles, Sportsmen's nnd Oynmiibiuui Uood.s. V. M. C. A. Building, ! Wyoming avenue. IS PREDICTED. Defy the elements ing one of our 1 They are great storm cleft ers, , We have a great assortment, from 5 -tip to -3aAT,$2.50E5 Men's Genuine Cork Sole Shoes, sold all oyer at $3.00. They .1 111c . cannot oe equal ninr rn rim nnim (A Scholar's Compan- GIFT 10 IE BOYS PENtt CLOTHING . 137 AND 139 Complete Outfitters. and Oxford Mixed, . DELANY, and Clothiers, WY08VSING AVE. (Jlmlus mnde out of your own or orders as early as possible. 230 Lacka. Ave. EW STORE, 133 FRANKLIN AVE. We are now tloinpr a ppneral Drug, Taint nnd Oil business nt tho above locnllon, duihiR the erection of our store building recently destroyed by lire. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. OVR TELEPHONE CALL, NO. HO, All ordera promptly filled and delivered lo any purt of tho clly. 133 FRANKLIN AVENUE. by wear lea tor winter, wear. ; AND SHOE HOUS PENN AVENUE. S. L. 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