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THE SCBAXTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 189.
SCRANTON SOCIAL NEWSAND GOSSIP Brief Mention of What Is Doinj in a Pleasure Way. TWO HANDICAP GOLF MATCHES For I.ndics nud " Ucnllcnien on Thanksgiving Vny Well-Known Scrantonian Troveliug iu Ibc 8outh"To-ilays Foot Hall .amc to He Witucsncd by Local En thusiastsWest Side's Subscription Dnncc.-lcrsoual Mention. There will be two handicap golf matches Thanksgiving Day on the Country club links, a gentlemen's match beginning at 10 o'clock In the morning and one for ladles at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. Entries at 10 cents each will be received by John H. Brooks or A. G. Hunt. The handicaps will be announced later. The keys to the club lockers will be ossigned by lot Thanksgiving morning at S.uO o'clock at the lodge. The formal opening of the lodge of the Country club will probably take place on Suturduy of next week. A party of prominent Sorantonlans, directors and stockholders of the Lack awanna Lumber company, are on a trip anions the timber lands of Missis sippi. In the company are T. H. Wat kins, II. P. Simpson, Major J. V. Oak ford, C. P. Davidson, (.'. H. Welles, Henry lJelln, Jr., J. IS. Dlmnilek. F. D. Peek anil C. D. Jones. They left Scran ton via the Delaware and Hudson road on Monday In a special Pennsylvania railroad combination car in clmr-ie of a steward. They will visit New Or leans and will return to Seranton on Wednesday of next week. Today's Yale-Princeton foot ball game In New York city will be at tended by a number of Scrantonlans, among whom are: Mrs. W. V. Scran ton, the Misses Archbald, Miss Delln und A. O. Hunt, K. W. Thayer, Arthur Dunn, Harold V. Wells, Mortimer Ful ler, Joseph Holes, A. K. Hunt, Jr., J. K Neale, Laurie liliss, William Hager, James Pluir, Jr., John H. Hrooks, Charles House, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Fuller, George Brooks. The first of a series of subscription dances to be given under the patron age of the West Side's best known so cial element took place Thursday night In St. David's hall. The patronesses were: Mrs. William H. Freeman, Mrs. "W. Kugene Thuyer, Mrs. Clarence Jt. Thayer, Mrs. L. Harrington Oibbs, Mrs. Charles E. Hurr and Mrs. George lie nore. The hall was exquisitely dec orated. Music was furnished by the Lawrence orchestra. Those present were: Mr. anil Mrs. W. H. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hurr, Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Shryer. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. r.obert AValk er, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Will Luce, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Fellows, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Moylan, Misses Grnce and Helen Thayer, Edith and Augusta Hlair, Flor ence and Margaret Oibbs, Mrs. L. II. Globs, Alice Evans, North End: Anna It. Williams, Hollo Vlpond, Adelia Pon ivorden. Kale Howman, Edith Williams, Ella Williams, Margaret Ed wards, Liz zie Herrmans, Margaret Hutton, Mrs. J I. li. Antrim, Miss Margaret Lehr, Miss Maine Elsinger, Miss Kate Iiought. West Pittston; Miss Mabel G. Yost, Mrs. William Wright, Frostburg, Vu and Messrs. K. W. Thnyer, Dert Thu'vr, Robert Davis, Kalph Williams, Pert H. DIckBon, Nlcholls, Walley, A. L. Truax, George Harrownian, Freder ick Edwards, Morris Miller, Edwurd Clark, Harold Patton, Eugene Fellows, William H. Dunn, W. it. Dawes, G. A. Williams. WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK: Miss Minnie Weichel, of Hickory street, and James Miller, of Petersburg, were married Thursday evening at Miss Welchel's home by Ilev. Mr. Nordt. Christian Storr, Jr., and Miss Eliza beth Herdlck were married Wednesday evening at the parsonage of the Hick ory Street Presbyterian church by the pastor, ltev. William A. Nordt. Au gust Storr, a brother of the groom, was groomsman, and Mi.si Annie Weissman, of Irving avenue, was bridesmaid. Wednesday morning Miss Agnes Kid ley, of Soutli Ninth street, and frank Miilugh. of Luzerne street, were mar ried at St. Patrick's church by Kev. j. 11. Whclan. Miss Elizabeth White at tended the bride, and James Devlne was groomsman. A reception w-as held after the ceremony at the bride's home. Mr. Miilugh is master mechanic for the Traction company. John J. Gibbs and Miss Alice May of the South Side, were married In St. Peter's cathedral Thursday afternoon. Miss Delia MeAndrew, of Ndrth Sum ner avenue, and Torrance Powderlv, of Ninth street, a nephew of Hon. T. V. Powderly, were married Wednesday morning at St. Patrick's church, on Jackson street, ltev. J. It. whclan performed the ceremony. The brides maid was Miss Mary Gaughan. and the best man Chistnpher Powderly, brother of the groom. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride. Miss Elizabeth Lawrence and t.ouls E. Hushes were married Thursday fvening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ituth Lawrence on North Hyde Park avenue, by Rev. David Jones, of the First Welsh Congrega tional church. The bridesmaid was Miss Esther Thomas, und the grooni's attendant Charles W. Rcrtine. A re ception followed the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will resida on Taylor avenue. The wedding of a well-known couple of West Pittston took place Thursday evening. They were Miss Sarah Law Mac.Millan and Francis A. Ellithorp. The ceremony took place at the bride's home. Miss Mary Kirk, of Woodslde, N. J., was bridesmaid and Karl Elli thorp groomsman, ltev. T. W. Swan, of the West Side Presbyterian church, was the olllciating clergyman. The wedding marches and other music was played by Oppenhelmer's orchestra. The bride was kowned in a costume of ivory white satin en train, with point lnce trimming. She wore a trail ing veil, fastened with orange blos soms nnd a diamond brooch, the gift of the "room. She carried a handsome bouquet of llllles of the valley and or chids. The bridesmaid was attired in pink tulle over satin, and carried a bouquet of Merit roses. Mr. and Mrs. Ellithorp will live at the residence of the bride. The out of town guests were: Seranton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter 8. Ilriggs; Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perrln, J. F. Adams, John Stark: Honesdale, Mrs. Ball and daugh ter, Antoinette: Cohoes, N. Y., Mrs) Pool; New York, Mrs. Wardrobe and Miss Isabel Johnson: New Albany, Pa., Dr. McKown and wife. Miss Elizabeth Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, of 1139 Hampton street, and James B. Lewis, of Kingston, were married Thursday night at the bride's home by Rev. W. 8. Jones, of the First Welsh Baptist rhurch. Miss Margaret Reynolds,' the bride s sister, was bridesmaid and D. M, Reynolds groomsman. Miss Anna Iflland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Inland, of 1928 Price street, and Richard Fraltch, of Ninth street, were united in marriage Thurs day evening at the bride's home by itev. J. Schoettle. of the Chestnut street Uer man Presbyterian church. Miss Freda Udtrodt, of the South Side, was brides' maid and Adam inland, the bride's brother, attended the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Fralich will reside at 1930 Pi ice st feet. a OTHER SOCIAL. EVENTS: An at home at the residence of Mrs. S. J. Fuhrman on Wednesday evening was attended by Mr. and Mrs. James F. Best, Misses Katie Kaiser, Susie Winebrake, Mamie Loft us, Mamie Fuhrman, Mary Karcher, Nora Loftus, Anna Best, Hilda Best, Sarah Gilltgan and Rebecca Giiligan, and Messrs. John Berghanser. Emil Bonn. S. J. Fuhrman, John F. Scheuer. Andy Best, Joseph Heen, David Fuhrman. C. J. Mlrtz, William Softlv, John J. Durkin, John J. Coyne and P. J. McGulre. On Thursday evening a surprise party was tendered Miss Lena Kellerman at the home of her parents on Birch street by the following young people: Mary Hartman, Anna Schenck, Mary Maus, Julia Mirtz, Ella Dodendorf, Minnie Zang, Katie Hildebrandt, Barbara Brill and Katie and Lottie Kellerman, nnd Messrs. Henry Sames, Charles Snyder, William Kirst. William Khr hardt, Fred C. Neuls. Charles Sames, Fred Herman, William Maus, William and Charles Kellerman and Charles J. Mlrtz. The following Scrantonlans on Thurs day attended the sixtieth birthday an niversary celebration at Kingston of Peter Wolcott, brother-in-law of ex Mayor John H. and Horatio T. Fel lows, if this city: Mr. and Mrs. John H. Follows nnd family; Councilman and Mrs. Horatio T. Fellows and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Oram, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Carlton, Mrs. Charles Fellows and family. A very enjoyable surprise party was held Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Francis in honor of their daughter. Miss Ilertha Francis and her cousin, Miss Ruth Thompson. Various games were played and at mid night refreshments were served. Airs. Francis, Miss Francis, and Miss Thomp son received the guests and Mrs. Hirch er and Mrs. Stone ussisted in serving. Those present were Misses Edna Stone, Carrie Stone, Carrie Drew, Mable lti-ld-cn, Hazel Hodges, Anna McCann, Ilun nah White, Esther Casteiilne, Lillio Mertz, Lizzie Martin. Ethel Beale, Lot tie lleale, Anna Gibbons, Maggie Gib bons. Tillle Bargam, Caroline McDon ald, Marion McDonald. Marie Stock, Maud Uilhool, Florence Pittinger, Grace Robinson, Blanche Serine, Irene Francis, Masters Bussel Bevnn, Willie Francis, Arlle Drew, Walter Bircher, John Francis, John Beale and Robert Thompson. In honor of the twenty-first anni versary of their wedding Mr. anil Mrs. E. Drake, of Lackawanna, entertained the following friends Wednesday night: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tiffany, Brooklyn, Pa.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Millar, Miss Fannie Snover, Seranton: Air. and Mrs. A. G. Doud, Greenwood, Pa.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Ziba Knapp. Ureen Ridge; Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Sanders, Dunmore; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Hitch ner. Miss Ina Hitchner, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman K. Drake, West Pittston; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Drake, Mr. and Mrs. George K. Drake, George C. Safford, Lackawanna; Mrs. Eleanor W. Drake, Master Carl Wood, Wilkes-Barre; Mr. and Mrs. Atherton, Providence. The Bon-Ton Social club of the Turn Vercin will conduct a social at Turner hull next Wednesday evening. The nf falr will be In chargu of Professor Carl Starber, chairman: Edward Kisele, Nelson G. Teets, Edward D. Vail, The odore Ruber. A tea was recently given by Mrs. George W. Powell on Avenue II, Iiolle vue, in honor of Miss Lulu Evans, of Butte City, Montana. Mis. Powell was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Brundage, and Mrs. Davles, ot West Virginia. At a recent surprise party tendered Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Evans, of Ack er street. Bellevue, there were present: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitchlngs, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua John, and sons, Masters David T. und lirinky R. John; Pro fessor nnd Mrs. D. D. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Esau Price, Mr. ami Mrs. William Lewis and son, William, Jr.; Mr. ami Mrs. D. Kecse, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Mrs. Thomas R. James, Misses Mary Price, Anna G. Price, Mary C. Powell, Philip R. Thomas, all of Providence, nnd Mrs. Wutkln Harris. Mrs. V. John, John Evans, Benjamin Evans, Thomas Evans, John Jenkins. A surprise party was tendered Mr. nnd Mrs. Sltf. Ross, of 513 line street, on Tuesday evening. K. E. Betts. of Pockvitlo, entertained a party of friends nt Hotel Wilson Wednesday evening. There were pres ent: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tunstall. Mr. and Mrs. William Lowry, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Brady, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Stone, .Mr. and Mrs. George Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Weeks, Mr. ami Mrs. Weichel, of Seranton, and Mr. and Mrs. Maple Bell. Miss Lindner, Thomas Glover, Fred Berry, Frank Benjamin. Judge F. W. Ounster, George Oktll. Druggist Charles Koempel, Druggist Carl Robinson, Philip Robinson, of the South Side, nnd Michael McDonald, of MoohIc, returned early in the week from a week's hunt in like county. A trolley ride to Pittston won en joyed Tuesday evening bv a party of young folks from the South Side nnd Minooka. Their names are: Misses Lizzie Kelly. Annie Connell. Lillio Haffney, Annie Brown, Mamie Coyne, Heinetta Kelly, Mary Ryan, Manila Fitzhenry. Ellen Ryan, Mary Mack. Mary Joyce, Kate Connell, MoBsrs. Thomas Loftus. John Brotran. P. H. Coyne. John Ii. O'Malley, M. F. Dona hoe, Michael Hand, Jr., Patrick Fla herty, James Iluilev. Bert Johnston, John Coyne. Patrick Phllbln, J. Kelly, Patrick Fitzhenry. Frank Gavin. C. J. Ruddy and T. Ambrose Donahoe. On Wednesday evening Thanksgiv ing eve the Younir Men's Institute of the centra! cltv will hold their annual social in Slegel's. A birthday surprise was tendered W llliam Morgan at his homo on North Bromley avenue, Monday evening last. The home was well filled with guests and everybody spent a most enjoyable evening. Refreshments were served. Mr. Morgan, who was 24 years of age on that day. Is well known und proved an excellent entertainer. PERSONAL MENTION: Mls Lizzie Wert, of Dunmore, Is visit ing In Wllkes-Harrc. Mrs. T. J. t'oughlln, of Carbondale, is the guest of Dunmore friends. C P. Jartwln and 8. W. Edgar were In New York on business Thursday. Miss Mabel Klickcns, of Chestnut street, Dunmore, Is visiting at Crystal Luke. Mr. and Mrs, Michael Natter, of Alder street, are home from their wedding Jour ney. The Misses Donnelly and the Misse Ma loney. of Pittston, were In the city Wednesday. MDs Mamie Evans, of Mnoslc, spent Wednesday with Mrs. It. J. Rlehards, of Spring street. Miss Mnmic Maxwell, of Carbondale, Is visiting Mrs. Edward McUill, of Blakely street, Dunmore. Miss Ella i.Moscr, of Lafayette street, it home from a visit with relatives In Schuylkill county. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas and fnm llv. of Mulberry itreet. have gone to Flo rida to spend the winter. H. C. Barker, W. C. Von Hlarcon and wife, J. G. Osterhout, F. McHugh an J wife were registered at the St. Denis In New York city this week. Mrs. William Sendorllng and daughter. Mm. Frank L. Lucktnbach, of Philadel phia, have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. T. .M. tenderling tor a few days. Rev. D. C. Hughes. D. D.. formerly pas. tor of the Jackson street Huotl-t chup-h. has been called to the pastorute of the Pilgrim liuptist church, ot Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Rats A. Mills, of Duke Center, grand worthy matron of the Eastern Star, which recently held a convention in Pitts ton, is visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Con ner, of Lackawanna avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John Loten, who were married Tuesday morning at St. John's church. South Side, by Rev. E. J. Melley, left Thursday for Pittsburg to make their homo there. Dr. George A. Illanehard's resignation as senior house surgeon at the Lacka wanna hospital will take effect on Dc. 1, and he will open an ottlce on Spruce street. Dr. John T. McUrath will thin become senior surgeon ami Dr. J. M. Me Andrew, of Brooklyn, N. Y., will sueeoed him as Junior surgeon. J. V. Dlmmlck. of Carbondale, was here on business Wednesday. Hon. L. A. Watres sailed on Wednesday for Paris to join his family. W. S. Mears and Al. Turner, of the West Side, are homo from New York. Kx-Mayor C. E. Itettew, of Carbondale, was a Seranton visitor Wednesday. Captain Samuel Mines is home from a trip through Maryland and West Virginia. Knsign O. 1. Jackson, of the battleship Indiana, Is spending a furlough with his parents, In this city. Hon. John H. Karr spent a portion of the week In Philadelphia, looking after his speakership boom. Henry Fellows, of Halifax, Ta Is 'he guest of his brother. Captain K. D. Fel lows. William Kune, of Port Huron, Mich , Is This Is a cut of tho new residence of T. II. Walking, on Momce avenue, bctv.etn Vine and Olive streets. It is situated on the upper and ea.-t side of the stivet and cummundj an extensive iew of all parts of t:ie city. The slylj Is French. There are but four residences In the city which represent a proporl! mate cost. visiting City Treasurer and Mrs. C. G. Itulund. , Mrs. Thomas May, of Archbald, Is visit ing her sister, Mrs. John Hawks, of North .Vain avenue. Miss Emma White, of Hazleton. Is vis iting Mr. und Mis. John Foote, ot liruok street, Dunmore. .Mrs. Peters, of Dunmore, was " years old Wednesday, and the event was up prlately celebrated. Mrs. John It. Uavics, or Mahanoy City. Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Reese Reese, of Washbv.rn street. Rev. N. F. Stahl nnd family have re turned from their stay In Germany and are now In Wilmington, Del. Mr und Mrs. Charles Deyo. of Schoha rie, N. Y., lire visiting Mr. and Mrs. John It. Troeh, of Monroe avenue. Thomas Bruce, of Jermyn. was the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. William Colter, of Depew street, Dunmore. 11. Oshlmu, chief engineer of the Hokal. da Coal and Railway company of Japan, Is ill this city inspecting the machinery and methods of operating the mines in this vicinity. Miss Inez Irey, of Dunmore, on Tues day evening- entertained the following persons: Misses Augusta I'lnkroy, Mcl la Williams, Kale Itcnlamlii. and Annie lirannlng, of Dunmore: .Miss Mattle Hards, of Carbondale; lr. Presley, of Seranton, ami Messrs. Ditty, ilayeS and Hollander, of Dunmore. , Miss Amy Ruber, of Jackson street, Is In Danville on a visit. Miss Gertrude S -hoII, of Ashland, Is the guest of West Side friends. .Miss Jessie Klees. of Archbald, vl.'ltel Providence friends this week. I'harlos Weber, of Donmore, is home from a southern trio of two months. Mr. ami Mrs. Janus Mefomb, of Ash ley, are the guests of friends on Irving uvi nue. Miss Mary Webster, of Nineveh. N. Y., Is visiting Mr. ami .Mrs. A. M. Morse, of the West Side. Mr. und Mrs. E. V. Do'nh. of Madb'Oti n venue, lire visiting in Clifford, Siiaqii ' hanna county. Mall Carrier Leopold Johler returned to duty this week after enjoying Ilia an nual ten-day vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Ford, of Wllke.i Harre. ure gueotii of Mr. and Mrs. Jam-.-d .McCoy, of Gibbons street. Miss Mollle Highland, of C:iiiiond:d has returned home after n visit with Miss Mamie Coyne, of Cedar live. Miss Heitha Hold, of Wavcrly, Iris rc ttnned home after visiting Miss l.lznii Krause, of Blakely street. Dimmer?. Misses Kate Lewis nnd Sarah Duties, of Kdwardsdulc, are visiting Misses Sarah, Lillian and Mary Davis, of Kyr.on street. ltev. Hugh Davis, or the Welsh C.ilvin Istic Methodist ehvreh on South Main avenue, Is home from an extended west ern tiip. Mis. Fred Holdry, of Washburn street, nnd Mrs. George W, Chise, of Noith Main Hvemi", have Tturn'.'d frou New York city. ltev. A. L. Ramer. Th. D.. pastor of St. Mark's Lutheran church. West Side, at tended tile nat'onal convention of the Luther league at Chicago this wei k. .dr. and Mrs. Max Morello, of N-w Yoi k, of New York, have returned home after a visit with .Mrs. Morello's parent;!, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Harris, of South Main a vent: 2. WAVKUI.Y. Mrs. Nellie Llmlerman, of Trov, Pa., Is visltlwr her parents, Air. and Mrs. John V.'. Mershon. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cowies were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gill more, of Seranton, at' dinner, last Wednesday. The revival meetings at the Baptist church are nlshtly attended by large crowds, nnd will be continued next week. Rev. A. S. Brown, of Warwick, Conn., will till the pulpit tomorrow ut 10.:iU a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Rev. John Cavannugh will fill the pul pit at the Free Methodist church to morrow at 10.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Thomas B. Smith, son of our towns man, A. J. Smith, who had been se riously ill with "typhoid fever, will be home In n few days. A letter received by his father states that he Is now nt Hamilton, York state, recuperating previous t his Journey home. George Bnlley, nephew of Mayor James G. Bailey, and employed In his store on Penn avenue, Seranton. is vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bailey. OLD FOUHE. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hoffecker, of Jermyn, were visiting the lattcr's mother, .Mrs. Harriet Knapp. The social and supper held at the Brick church. Tuesday evening was largely attended. Miss Elizabeth Ferguson, of Avoca, was visiting her sister, li?. Tlnkle paugh, on Tuesday. Mrs. William Humphrey Is Improv ing after a long Illness. CHURCH DOINGS AND RELIGIOUS TALK Cbroniclio(s of Particular Interest to Cburcb-Goia; People. SERVICE ON THANKSGIVING DAY Central City Congregations to o: ship Iiidividuollvl'nion Service of Went Side hurt-hes-. Thanks giving Reception nt the Y. M. C. A. IiuildiugUcligioiis News Notes. Tomorrow's Service. Special Thanksgiving Day services will be held by all the city churches. The central city congregations will worship Individually, but on the West Side the English speaking congrega tions will hold union services at 10.30 a. m., nt the Plymou'h. Congregationni church. Rev. S. F. Matthews, of the Scrantoh Street Baptist church, will deliver the sermon. Sunrise services will be conducted by the young Chris tian people ut the Simpson Methodist Episcopal church at 7 o'clock a. m. Miss Delia P. Evans will be I ho leader. Every young persons society is invited to attend the meeting. On Thanksgiving night the many young people's church societies will be tendered a reception In the Young Men's Christian association building. Those invited to attend are the Chris tian Endeavor. Kpworth league, Lu ther league, Baptist Young People s union, St. Andrew's Brotherhood nnd a number of others. The entertain ment In the auditorium will include vetitiiloitiism and sleights of hand by George Douglas and Vocal and instru mental numbers. Refreshments will be served. The I'nlted choir singers who sang during the October mute convctitijii of Christian Endeavor societies and the comniitt 'e of '!)(! had a reunion Mon day evening in the lecture room of the Second Iti sbyto: ian church. Charles II. Chandler, chairman of the c inven tion music committee, presided and read a Utter from Charles E. Daniels, chairman of the committee of '!. Tile progruinnte of uddrc.isis und snug was intuouced by a ge-.i'.fi.l song service In which the I'nited choir took part. There were addr scs by K 'v. I r. I Chailes 15. lli.ldus .n, of the Second Presbyti linn chinch; ltev. Thomas i Bell, of the Plymouth Cungresatlonal I church; Rev. W. G. Watklns. of the North .Main Avenue Baptist chinch, and Rev. George E. Guild, of tho Provi dence Presbytcii.tn church, end. the re cently elected president of the City Christian Endeavor unl m. An auto graph Kocinl concluded the evening's entertainment. Rev. John Giifiithf, who has Inen lin ing the pulpit of the SutiimT Avenue Presbyterian rhivh, nas r .-signed his. charge and t!i" church is now witiuut a pastor. Mr. Glliiltlis was culled to the i church over a year ago to till the va cancy caused l y the resignation of IU v. Mr. Jones. The fennel's contract with I the church did not 1 ir.d him for any i definite time, and he was free to I ave at any time. Sn far ns Is known he has received r.o call to another church. Rev. W. S. June g has r tigiied as pis tor of the First Welsh Haptlt church. He has been culled by the Priory Street church In Camiu then, Wales, and hid Intended accenting. He has been in- ! due d to riniein hcrj as parlor until! r.t least next spring. There iv:nal:.s a I possibility that lie w.ll reconsider ids resignation. The Bavtlut ministers held their rrg ular meeting Monday In the penn Ave nue' Baptist church. Rev. A. B. O'Neil, of Dunmore. presided. Rev. W. J. Ford read tho forty-rUth Ps-nlm. after which Rev. Willirms offered prayer. The session was particularly d "voted to the reading of an e;:. gesis on Hebrew ix. 11-1" by Rev. Ltvlcns. Rev. Brown. pastor i f one of the Baptist eburchej j in Norwich, Conn., was introduced. There will be an attractive pro gramme rendered in connection with the men's meeting held at the Yuun? Men's Christian association Sunday af ternoon ut 3.45. The association has resumed their auditorium series of meetings which they hold every winter, the design being to present attractions which will mii!:o ihe nicotine; 4 popular with men of nil classes. The special features on Sunday afternoon will be instrumental selections, a contralto sido by Miss Var.dervoort. solohi of Elm Park Church choir, and male voice 31 lections by the new Young Men's Christian Association Clee dub which for reveral weeks has been rehearsing under the direction of Prof. Chance. Secretnry F. W. Pearsall. of the Rail roud department, wlil clve the address. "The Ninth Street Baptist church was thronged by hundreds of young men and young women on Sunday evening to hear a lecture on 'The Moments of True Success.' which was delivered by the pastor. Rev. Warren G. Pnrtrldge," says the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. "There was special music, which was very inspir ing, and the song service after the lecture was crowded with yuunjr peo ple. Many Ktudents of the different colleges of the city were In the great audience." . Rev. W. S. Jones has decided to re main with the First Welsh Baptist church until spring at least, with the probability that he will continue in detinatcly as Its pastor. Mr. Jones has accepted a call la the lliorv street church In Wules. He is willing to stay with the Seranton church If the church In Wales will release hlui from his ac ceptance. Fnder the direction of J. M. Chance the following programme of music will be rendered al the evening service In the Second Presbyterian church: Organ prelude. Nocturne Chopin Ar.lhem, "Tlie God of Abraham 1'rulse Dudley Buck Full chulr. Solo, "Lost Thy Burden on the Lord,'' Batciiclder M'.?s Garrlgan. Organ postiude, March Guilmant RELIGIOCS NEWS NOTES. Rev. W. S. Jones will preach In Welsh at the First Welsh Ba:tlst church to morrow. ' Rev. I). C. Hughes, formerly pastor of the Jackson Street Baptist church, ha j received a call from a church In Brooklyn. Suppers were held this week at th" Simpson Methodist Episcopal church and at. the Hampton Methodist Epis copal church. Rev. A. I. Ranter, of St. Mark's Lu theran church, was In Chicago during the week attending a conference of Lu theran ministers. The la'Mes' social committee of the Penn Avenue Baptist church conduct ed a supper in lite church lecture room Monday evening. The Elm J'urk ami First Presbyter Inn c hurch choirs rendered the cantata "Saul of Tarsus," Tuesday nltrlit in the Methodist Episcopal church ut Car bondale. A tea will bo served Tuesday eve ning nt the home of the Misses Kauf man nt 517 ProBcutt uveiiuo for the benellt of the Grace Lutheran Chris tian Endeavor. A Christmas sale was held In th" parlors ot the Green Rlduo Presbyter Inn church Thursday and Friday eve nings. Thui'Mluy evening u turkey din ner was served. Preaching by the Free Methodist 1 In Beer's hall, Hyde Park, corner La fayette and .Main streets, Sunduy r.t 3 o'clock p. m. All are welcome. John Cavnaugh, pastor. The Ladle-s' Aid society of the I'nlted Evangelical church held a clam chow der supper Thursday evening from f to II o'clock, at the home of Mis. Dunlin, New York street anil Cauoiise avenue. On Sunday evening Rev. Foster I', (ilft begins 11 series of Fer mi, ns on "Bunyon's Pilgrim's Prog ress." "The Life and Work of John Bttnyan" Is the theme of the first ser mon. Monday cvenlnT. Nov. will be tin Interesting time for nil members and their lar.iiMos who attend the cnler l.'ilmneiit at the Railroad Young Men's Christian association, C! Lackawanna avenue. i ho Young People's Society of i'hr!.-i-liun E'ldeavor of the First Presbyter ian church gave a social in honor .f the lar:e number of new member i.f the i.ocictv in the church l.v. 11re room last tik'ht. The birthday party to have been lied. I nt Tut Jefferson nveniio, under the au spices of the Girls' Friendly society, has been postponed until Thursday, of nest week, on account of the death of one of t lie members of the society. The Primary .-'imiby Heboid Te-ch-ra' union will meet 11 1 :!."d this nft'T n inn at tho Fiit Presbyterian chnr-'.i. T!:o lessen for Sunday will be taught by Miss Hannah Williams, of the North Prill. The normal work will be in tiif.rgp f Mif-s Evany. The Yotinc Women's Christian asso ciation Is richer by a goodly sum as tho iv."i:tt of the turkt ; dinner and chicken supper lit the rooms on Wash ington avenue Thursday. Between three nnd lour hundred prisons par took of the two meals. Ri v. f. L. Malce. of tr.e Green Ridg I'nited Kvnrt'-r'iical church H vlsiCm churches of his denomination In Snu (luehni.r.a nid Wyoming counties In Cm Interest of tho ccuse of missionr. JI? will le gone about ep;iit days. Rev. C. N. Lee will occupy Mr. Jlalee's pu'pU 011 Sunday. At tho Railroad ilepartinopt. Young Men's Christian association. Sunday af ternoon nt 3.45 o'clock an ndJrcKS will be given by Forest L. Fra"er, assistant r.t the Wyoming avenue. Young Men's Christian association. Good music. A special invitation to all railroad men and families. TOMORROW'S SERVICES. First Church of Chrlrt (Pclentist), No. r,l!) Adams avenue Sunday service, 10.30 11. t;i. Experience meeting Friday evening at o'clock. All welcome; seats free. Providence Mcthndist Episcopal church Rev. William Edgar, pastor. The pastor will preach morning and evening. Subject, 11.:!i) n. m., "Tem perance from Methodist Standpoint;" subject nt 7.30 p. in.. "The Great Tribu nal." Sunday school, at 2 p. in.; Hp worth LenTUe, at 8.-15 p. m led by W. D. Watkins. Court Street Methodist church Geo. T. Price, pastor. Sundry services, lovefeast, nt .30 a. m.; at 10.30. preach ing by the pastor, subject, "The Cause of Temperance in the Light of the Present." Reception of members at tlui morning service. Preaching nt 7.30 p. m. by Rev. J. G. Eckman, the Lord's supper to follow. All Souls' Cnlversallst church, Pino street Rev. F. W. Whlppen, pastor. Morning subject, "The Home," a Thanksgiving sermon. Evening sub ject, "Pilgrims and Puritans." First Buptist church, Seranton street Rev. S. F. Matthews, pastor. Sab bath morning. Rev. T. Bell, of the Ply mouth Congregational church, will oc cupy the pulpit. In the evening the pastor will preach; theme, "A Demon's Face or an Angel's Face, which?" Sunday school, p. m.. Dr. Beddoe su perintendent; Younir People's prayer meeting. 8 p. m W. D. Morris leader. All are cordially Invited to attend the-se services. i Green Ridge Baptist c hurch Rev. W. J. Ford, pastor. Services ut 10.30 a. m. and 7.3U p. in. Subject in the morn ing. "The Searcher of Hearts;" in the evening. "Complaining to Jesus." Green Ridge I'nited Evangelical church G. L. Maice, pastor. Preach ing nt 7.30 n. m. by Rev. C. N. Lee; Sunday school. 9.30 a m.; K. L. C. l., song and praise-service, at C.30 p. m. Strangers welcome. Grace Lutheran church, corner Mad ison and Mulberry street Rev. Foster lT. Gift, pastor. Strvtres at 10 30 a. m. nnd at 7.30 p. in.; Sabbath school, at 9.30 n. m; Young IVopl's Soiicty of Christian Endeavor, at 6.30 p. m. Theme of the evening sermon, "John Bunynn." This Is the first of a series on "Pilgrim's Progress." Trinity I'nlted Evangrdlcal church. Little England Rovr J. O. Whitmire, pastor. At li'.30 n. m.. Rev. Mr. Felter will conduct the services; sermon, by Rev. Dr. J. L. Killjrove and revival ser vices, 7.30 p. m.; Sunday school, 2 p. m. St. Luke's rhurch Rev. Rogers Is rael, rector. Sunday next before ad vent. 7.30 a. m., holy communion: 9.15 a. m., Sunday school; 10.30 a. m.. morn ing prayer and sermon; 7.30 a. m., evening prayer and sermon. . St. Mark's. Dunmore Rev. Edward J. Iluilghton, priest. Sunduy next before advent. 8 a. m holy communion: 10.30 a. ni morning prayer and sermon; 3 p. in., Sunday school: 7.30 p. m., even ing prayer and sermon. fil pliant Mission 3 p. in., Sunday school: 4 !. in., evening prayer und sermon. F.lm Park church Preaching at 10.30 a. ni. nnd 7.30 P. in. by the pastor. C. M. Gillin, n. n. Sunday school at and Knworth loorrue ut 6.30 p. in. Flnfsrtn Methodnt Episcopal church. West Side J. It. Sweet, pastor. Morn ing piayer service, ut 9.30; preaching service, at 10.30. Sermon by the pastor; Text. Hebrews, x:L2: subject, "Drawing Near to God." General class meeting to folio the Sermon. Sunday school, nt 13 o'clock; Junior League', at 3 o'cloc k; Kpworth League, at 6 o'c lock; preucliing service, ut 7 o'cioik. Ser mon by the pastor; 'text. St; John's Gospel, 1:11-12, subject. ''Power to the Receiver Of Christ." Five scuts. A c ordial welcome to strangers and friends. On Thanksgiving day Simp son church Villi uiiltoi In service nt the Plymouth Congregational church. Jackson Street Baptist church Ed ward Howell will preach morning and evening. Theme nt 10.30, "Who Halh tho Gnnter Sin?" topic nt 7 p. m.. "Some Great Tlilngn in the New Testa ment." All non-church-goers are cor dially Invited. Seats free. Sunday school, at 2 p. m. Green Ridge Presbyterian church Morning service Bt half-past ten; even In;? sol vice ut half-pnst seven. Rev. John B. Woirall, I. D.. will preach. Bible school, nt twelve o'clock, and meeting of the Society of Christian Endeavor- ut half-pnst six. Trinity Lutheran church, Adums nve nue, corner Mulberry street Rev. Ed win Lunn Miller, pastor. Service's at lo::o nnd 7.30. Seventh Day Adventists Subject for Sunday evening at 7.U, In Boer's hall, corner of Lafayette street and North Main avenue. "Tho New Command ment." All are Invited. The Second Presbyterian church Rev. Charles E. Robinson, D. D.. pas tor. Services at 10.30 a. m. und 7 3D p. 111. The pnstor will preach In the a. m. on "God nt Hand and Afar off:" in tho p. 111., on "How Shull Christians In Seranton Stand Toward the City's Disgrace, Ihe Saloon'." All scats free at night. All welcome nt nil services. Washburn Street Presbyterian church Rev. John P. Moffat, pastor. Ser vices, at 10.30 n. in. and 7.30 p. m.; Undo rchnol, nt 12.ni) m.; Junior Chris tin 11 Endenvor service, nt 4.00 n. in.: Christian Endeavor service, nt 6.20 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday even ing r.t 7.30 p. m. The pastor will ex change pulpits in the morning with the Rev. George K. Guild, of the Provi dence Presbyterian church. Services will be conducted by tho pastor in the evening. All cordially welcome to all sc rvices. Calvary Reformed church Corner Monroe nvetiuo nnd Gibson street. Ser vices nt 10.30 a. 111. nnd 7.30 p. m.. by Rev. C. H. Ilinmnn. African Methodist Episcopal church Rev. II. A. Grant. B. D., pastor. 10.30 st. 111. nnd X p. 111. Subject for sermon, The Blond of Christ." 2. 30, Sunday school; 7 p. m.. Christian Endeavor. First Presbyterian church Rev. .biiio'M Mcl.eod, 1. D.. pastor. Ser vices. 1o.:-,0 a. in. r.nd 7.30 p. in.; Sundny si heol. 12.1."i Inoop); Young People's Society Christian Endeavor, .3u p. m. Dt. MoLood will preach morning and coning. Thanksgiving services will be held on Thursday at 10.30 11. m. The Church of the Good Shepherd Given Ridge rtrecCand Mousey iiveiiue, Sunday next before Advent. Holy communion at S a. 111.: morning prayer, litany and sermon, 10.30; Sunday sehool and Bible classes, 2.3n; 1 veiling prayer nud sermon, 7.30. All seats free All welcome. Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopal church Love feast at 10 n. r.i.; preach ing nt 10.30 by Rev. J. G. Ecknuip, D. D.. followed by the sacrament. Recep tion of lumbers and probationers. Sun day school at 11. .hi. Kpworth 1 'ague nt .3il, led by Yv". W. HewRh. Temp-r-iir.ee St 1 vice nt 7.30. pongs and recita tions rrd readings. Be In time and s cure a good sent. Sfieelnl music by tho pastor's choir of children nt 7.20. Thanksgiving Day, turkey dinner from 12 till nil ore served. Twenty-five cents v.ill secure you on of the best of dinners. The Indies of this church an noted for providing grand Thanksgiv ing dinners. Grace Reformed Episcopal church. Wyoming avenue, below Mulberry si 1. -ct Divine worship.' 10.30 a. m. and 7.3'i n. m. Preaching by tho pastor r.t both rorvicri. Fahhath school, at 12 M.: Young People's Society of Chris lirn End' aver, at P.30 p. ni. Seals nil flee; strangers cordially welcome. Morning theme. "Christian licneli cence," II Corinthians. vIII:j; evening, theme. "Cl-.i-istinn Temp-ranee," Prov erbs. vxxili::i-"2. t'nion bible class for tho study of th- Sunday school lesson on Monday nt 7.4o p. m. All are wel come. A ten minutes conversation cn lesson tcrdc r.t the closp of the study. Special service on .Thanksgiving day at 10.0 a. m. All are welcome. Ponn Avenue Baptist church ltev. Joseph K. DIckFon. D. D., pastor, will preach nt 10.30 and 7.30 o'c lock. Theme r.f the mTninf? vvlll be "Morning on the Kills," and in the evening. "What are we Looking f''".'" A special song (rvieo will precede the evening ser mon. Cornell ad ring I he old Hongs with us. The ordinance of baptism will be fulminlsterf d at the evening, service. Bible scbocl, nt 2 o'clock: Young peo ple's meeting, at 0.30. All cordially In vited. The Vohtnteern of America Seran ton ! Post, will meet in their nrmory. 31R Washington avenue, ns follows: Bible reading. Sunday morning at II o'clock. Christians' praho and prayer service. Heinle:- afternoon nt 3.15. to bo addrfssed by G. G. Mahy. secretary of the Young Men's Christian associa tion. Revival service, S p. in. All ure cordially invited. II the Kaby Is C utliiig Teeth. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and la the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by druggUts in every part of tho world. Bo sure and call for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup." and take no other kind. Twenty-five cent a bottle. THE LEADER 124-126 Wyoming Ave. Below we quote yon a list ot the greatest values that we have ever offered We have liberal reductions in prices in all our departments: Our motto ''Small and sure prof-, its, often repeated, are the foundation of modern wealth." We are doing an enormous business, and the reason we do it is we sell desirable mer chandise at extremelv low drices CO plees entirely new dress goods embracing nil the latest novel- 04. ticj. Our Price 'ffj Special sale of 20 pieces checked nil-wool dress noods, has been 17 e., uur Price C 15 pieces 00-Inch ladles' cloth, In all the different coloring!!, 4!lc. 97f quality, Uur Price 0C All of our black and colored dress pat terns havo been marked down to per cent, bedow regular price, ns we must mafta roem for Holiday Goods, One lot short length. In plain bro caded silica and satins, 7Jc. QQ( grade, Our Price Oub 10 pieces black brocaded silks, Toe. ' iQ. Our Price HUC Greater reductions In the Millinery De. parttnent this week than ever before. Ail of our trimmed hats have been marked down to exactly half price. 75 trimmed huts for Indies! and 1 QQ children Unit were $3.!M, ure now $tud 45 trimmed lints for ladles and 0 00 children that were $5.W), ure now $i90 10 dozen tarns for children's, wear 1 fl liUc. ure now Uu 15 dozen cloth tarns In all the dif ferent colors worth i!ic, Our Jgg 20 dozen boucle' tarns 50e. grade, 9C Our Price OuQ Complete) ,l!ne of children's cloth dnj silk bonnets from 25e. to $2.50 a piece. - 50 ladies' beaver tuckets box fronin, velvet collars worth 1 1.50, uur Price 25 boucle. Kersey and Irish frelze jackets, shield fronts, worth iii.cu, Our Price 25 Indies' real plush capes, silk lined full sweep, fur or thibet trimmed, worth jii.00, Our Price 10 dozen ladles' tlannel waists, blue, black and red all sizes vvorlh 41.5u, our Prica 00 dozen men's natural word un derwear, most superior values ever ottered, all sizes, worth KSc., Our Iiieo One lot bidlea' Kersey ribbed vests, tlecee-ltiird, til! sizes, woitli 25c, Our Price 50 ladles' real kid gloves heavy blaiit embroidery, large pearl buttons. In Ian, brown, red and white, regular price, jl.00. Our Price $2,49 $4,98 $3.98 95c 59s 15c 75c man 9 LCDCbA a Ready to Waar SUITS and kOVERCOATS. Just as good as any swell merchant tail or would make for you at a saving of ONE-HALF. The St. Denis Crcadway and Eleventh St., New York, tipp. Urc2 Church.-European Plan. Rooms $1.00 a Day and Upwards. fn a modest and nnobtrmive way thero ara few better conducted Ijoteli la tun motropolii tliHii the St. lieuin. Tliu xrent u arity it lr. acquired can rmicltly lie tiueff.l to its r.niiiie lo. ation, its In. m -ill; 1 xtinoi'ihert). t!i9 pniMilur ex:elleno ' km ciiisluo una a.-rvicj, auJ lis vary moder ate pr cvs. WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON. MRS. R0ZELLE WINS. Jury AwnrcN Her n Verdict of 882.80 tor Her Illegally Sit zcd IIore. A verdict of $.S0 for the plaintiff was returned yesterday morning by tne Jury In the case of Mrs. Maggie Hozelle against J. M. Atherton. The Korelles owed Atherton Silt rent. He seized upon their horse nnd wagon and had. it fold by a constable, lirs. Kozollo claimed the horse as her Titivate prop, erty nnd brought suit to recover, al leging that she was not responsible for the rent debt. The jury believed her and rendered a verdict for what they thought the horse and wagon was worth, ltlchard Holgate was attorney for Mrs. Itezelle. In the suit of Merrltt Decker iigalnst (i. Ilalford for debt, the plaintiff was given a v-rdlet of $:!0.4S. A July com posed of Thomas ISafter. J. A. Cobb. Klynn. Kdward O'Malley, M. Shopend and Dewinh Hush, appointed to puss upon the mental condition of John llourk, yesterday reported that they lind Itourk has been of unsound mind for over nine years. THAT LAW llOOK Of course can be printed at soma other olllce, but If you want a good Job done quickly by expert work men, you'd better consult The Trib une Job department. Its facilities for this kind of work are unstir. passed In Northeastern Pennsylv Ida. Let us submit estimates. mff