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THE 6CBAJNTOH TBIBUNB THUKSDAT MORNING. DECEMBER 3. 1S9.
Neute WEST SIDE EVENTS. Profraa for aa Eisteddfod to Be Held at Taylor oa Chrlitmas Day. Other Items of Interest. Eisteddfods are looming up. One will be held on Christmas Day In Weber's rink at Taylor, I'a., under the auspices of the Anthracite Glee club of that place. Nearly all of our local talented ones will endeavor to bring some of the prize money to this side. A glee club is also being organized for en trance In the male chorus .-umpvtltlon. The following programme of competi tions will prove Interesting. Chorus, for choirs numbering not less than thirly-tive. "Praise Ye the Father," (Oounncl) $J0 CO Male I'hurun, for parties numbering not less than twenty-live, "Oil the Sea," (Dudley Buck) SO 00 Children's chorus, for choirs number ing not less than twenty-live eight male adults to assist, "Tell ion to Oo Forward," (L. M. Jenkins) 20 00 Quartette, soprano, alto, tenor, boss, "Flee as a HIM." out of Angelic Songs. (George X. Uockwell) S 00 Duet, tenor and buss, "Drlng Dilnif 1 Kynu," H. Jenkins) 6 00 Soprano solo, "1 K low that My Re deemer Llveth," (Hamlell 4 00 Alto solo, "Love's Sorrow," (Hu-ry Howe Shelly) 4 00 Baritone solo, "Hen Wiad y Dclyn," (Ueorge Marks Kvans) 4 00 Tenor solo, "Out of tlio Ueeu,' T. J. Davles, Mus. Hue. I 4 0) For children not over 1." years. "Taka Time to Bo Holy, tJospel Hymns, No. 6 2 00 For and catch, four voices i 00 Bight reading u.' irlglual music, four voices 1 00 RECITATIONS. For adult males, "Spartacus to the Uladlators," No. U, Standard Reci tations 4 00 For adult females, "An Order for a Picture," (Alice Carey) 4 00 Welsh for male adults. "Creu (Iwel gion," (Allan o drdydd cyng Jlyny Sdog) 00 Children under Hi years, "The Day is Done." (Longfellow) 2 00 Impromptu Speec h, time, three min utes 1 00 Answering six titiestlons, to be given by adjudicator 1 00 Piano solo, for children under 18 years. "Wayside Chapel,'' (Wilson). 5 00 The condition of the contests are: No prizes awarded without sulllclcnt Tnerlt. All names of competitors to be In the tin mis of the secretary on or before Dec. 17, ISiHi. 1'rellminnry examinations will be held If found necessary. Competitors allowed their own accom panist or the one furnished by the com mittee. Ilenrv Ttonna, secretary, "rtox MS, Taylor, J'a. Admission will he adults 00 cents for season, 3r cents single admission; children 25 cents. An eisteddfod will bp held In the "Welsh Cnlvlnlstic Methodist church on New Year's Day. This will also at tract the local fry. Then conies the Robert Morris big eisteddfod In the Frothingham In May. WE WILL HAVE IT. Those who nre concerned about the welfnre of the West Side hospital will lie pleased with the following Informa tion given upon request by Mr. Twin ing: "At a special meeting of the West Bide Hospital nssoclutlon on last Sat urday evening, D. D. Kvans was elect ed treasurer to 1111 the unexpired term of the late Hon. D. M. Jones. The pur pose of the meeting was to examine and take final action on the papers conveying the property of Mrs. Ann Phillips to the association, and nfter a full discussion, the president, secre tary and attorney for the board, were empowered to sign the papers on behalf of the association. The patina desig nated will attach their names and the seal of the association at once. The delay has been unavoidable In part, and other matters have made It ad visable for the future prosperity of the hospital to be cautious." DEATH OP A YOUNG MAN. Ellas James died yesterday at his home, 608 Twelfth street. He was a young man, but 2t years of age, and his young wife has the sympathy of a host of friends. He was well known in the lower, part of Hyde Park, where he lived since Infancy. Ills mother is Mrs. Mary James, of Kynon street. Death was sudden, Mr. James being ill but a few weeks. The funerat wid be held Friday afternoon, and inter ment will be made In Washburn Street cemetery. NEW TOLISH CHURCH. A new church will be built on Locust street, one of the thoroughfares In the recently opened Lackawanna Iron and Coal company plot near Itellevue Heights. The church will be called St. Stanislaus' Polish Catholic church, and Its location In this place will be very handy for the foreigners who live In the "patches" thereabouts. The struc Oar Annual EVEHY HOLIDAY SEASON FINDS US READY to present with sale of any Child's Suit, Reef er, Overcoat, or Ulster, a suitable compli ment to the little folks, and at this time we have decided on the handsomest Sled or Cut ter that we e?er gave. It is our policy to keep popular with the chil drento keep our name before them and to contiuuc in the sale of more jnvenile wear than all others combined. Shrewed mothers who have shopped about know that our assortment is the largest and our prices a iixed and low est one. T! SAMTERS (tare Dealing Clothiarj, of fh? Stibtirbs. ture is to be frame and is to cost $14,- 000. ' ' TO PROTECT THE GRASS. A new Iron fence Is being placed on the Sumner avenue side of the No. 18 school plot The old fence was made of pipes, but it was found that this did not stop the children from crawl ing through and trampling down the grass. The new fence will be closely and strongly built. NOTES AND NAMES. C. Z. Meyers, of Clark's Summit, was In town last evening. Jonah Davis, of Eynon street. Is fill ing the place of Mr. Madlgan during the latter's vacation absence from the West Side Western Union office. The Linnet social club will hold a social this evening In Mears hall. Fred Warnke. hotelkeeper. Is think ing seriously of turning his bowling alley into a concert hall. Elmer Crane, of South Lincoln ave line, has returned from a visit at UlooniBburg. Miss Stella Kresge. of Pittston. is spending a week with her cousin, Mrs. W. D. Howell, of South Sumner avenue. Miss Lizzie Reynolds, of Carbondale, returned home yesterday afternoon, af ter a visit with Mrs. James Orr, of Swetland street. "Santa Claus on Time" Is the name of a cantnta which Is being reheorsed by the children of the Itellevue Dap tist Sabbath school, under the direr tion of Miss Mary A. Jones and David J. Jones. The cantata will be given on Jan. 12. The funeral of Thomas Qulnnan will take place at 9 o'clock Friday morning from St. Patrick's church. Interment will be made in the Hyde Park Catho lie cemetery. John T. Williams, of the fir;aof J. T. Williams & Co., has returned from a business trip to New York city. Mrs. Phillips, of Plymouth, is visit tng at the home of R. A. Phillips, of Jackson street. Choice cut flowers and flower de signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 644 Spruce. George Cowen has moved from Rich mond, Va., and Intends to reside on this side permanently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Helmes have begun housekeeping In a prettily fur nished home on Price street. The latest and best styles. Roberts, 126 North Maine. Dr. C. W. t'olborn, Dentist. Rooms 144 North Main avenue. West Side Husiness Directory. HARRIET 1. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut flowers and funeral designs a specialty; 104 South Main avenue; two doors from Jackson street. SECOND HAND FURNITURE.-CaBh for anything you have to sell. Furniture, Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see th stock of J. C. King, 701 to 700 West Lack, wanna avenue. MORGAN'S PIIARMACY-10I NORTH avenue Warranted pure drugs and chemicals. Prescriptions carefully pro pared. Fine stationery and blank books. A large stock suitable for Christmas presents. Teachers' lllbles cheaper than ever. Call and examine them. Wood stains, paints, window glass, etc. Clerk at store ail hours of night. PKOVIDKNCi:. The Rev. W. F. Davis, of the Welsh Rnptist church on West Market street, will preach a special sermon Sunday night in the English language at the request of several of the benevolent societies of this section of the city. The subject will be "The Model Patriot." Several of the members of the Baptist Young People's union of the church will take part, and during the service several solos will be rendered by mem bers of the choir. A phonograph concert will be given In the North Main Avenue Baptist church on Dec. 10. The Instrument used will be one of Edison's latest anij best. It reproduces vocal and Instru mental music and addresses with per fect accuracy and with such force and distinctness as to be able to entertain thousands of people at once. The best artists of the age will be heard at this concert for a merely nominal fee. At the Primitive Methodist church of East Market street the fair under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society will re-open on Thursday evening and will continue Friday and Saturday evenings. An oyster supper will be served each night. The Independent Republican club of the Second district of the First ward will hold a meeting this evening In Lucas' hall. All members are request ed to be present. Belleville Hank Robbed. Rellevllle. Kan., Dec. 2. The door of the vault In the National bank of Belleville was blown open with dynamite by burglars last night, but they failed to get Into the money safe. Diamonds worth 1360 were stolen along with a considerable amount of money belonging to private parties. A Present. Hatters an J Mit'm SOUTH SIDE NEWS. Unmannerly Agent lainlti Those Who Do Not Boy Fiom HlmWoman's Let Broken-A Boy Shot There Is a young man of the crushed-strawberry-blonde variety going around the South Side selling household tea and salve, and his manners from all reports are apt to lead him into trouble, i'esterday he knocked at the door of a Cedar avenue residence and when It was partly opened by the lady of the house and she told him In answer to his request that she did not want any thing In his line as her husband keeps a store, he called her a liar and at tempted to push the door in. She told hltn her husband was In another part of the house, and he left In a hurry. In several other places he has been he has exhibited a rudeness of speech and manners that stamp him as a rowdy. FELL AND BROKE HER LEG. Mrs. William Gorham, of 621 Fig street, sustained a broken leg at 8 o'clock last evening while on her way to a neighboring house for a pall of water. The path along which she trav eled had some Ice on a part or It. She slipped and fell, and round when she attempted to arise that one of her legs was broken. She is a heavy woman and the fracture will require longer to heal on that account. Dr. Manley attended her. A BOY SHOT IN THE HAND. While Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Tolan. of Palm street, were at a funeral yester day their 15-year-old son, Tim, began rummaging through the house for something to amuse himself and he found a box of 22-callhre cartridges. Not having a revolver.to set them off, he went outside and sot a stone and succeeded In exploding one of them, but he didn't take his hand away in time and the lead lodged in the little finger of the right hand. Dr. Manley extract ed it. SOUTH SIDE T. W. C. A. Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey, teacher of elocution, oratory, literature and del sarte, assisted by her pupils, will give a literary and musical entertainment In the South Side Young Women's Christian Association rooms, 1021 Cedar avenue, Friday night at 8 o'clock. The small price of 15 cents will be charged for admission. Miss Dorsey is well worth hearing, for she Is an elocution ist of rare ability. Those who hear her will be both entertained as well as In structed. SHORTER PARAGRAPHS. Martin Lavelle and Bridget McAloon were married Tuesday afternoon at St. John's church by Rev. P. E. La velle, of Pittston. brother of the groom. Miss Mary Coleman was bridesmaid, and Patrick Flnnerty, of Dunmore, was groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Lavene have gone to New York on their honey moon. ' The funeral of Mrs. Barbara Gets, of Willow street, took place yesterday af ternoon. Interment was made In Ml nooka cemetery. Miss Margaret Roche, of Cherry street. Is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haag have re turned from New York city. Samuel Costtgan, of Palm street, died Tuesday after a week's Illness. The funeral will be held this afternoon. Services will be conducted at St. John's church and interment will be made in Hyde Park cemetery. Call at the new 3c. store; everything new. at Ilorcher's, 713 Cedar ave. The funeral of Katie Needham, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Need ham, of Cedar avenue, will be held at 9 o'clock this morning. A high mass of requiem will be celebrated at St. John's church, and Interment will be made In Hyde Park cemetery. Sister Angelica, of St. Rose's convent. Car bondale, arrived last evening. She is a sister of the deceased. Mr. Charles Heldrlch, of Irving ave nue, and Miss Sophia Relscnert, of Archbald, Pa., will be married at noon today at the parsonage of the Hickory Street Presbyterian church by the Rev. W. A. Nordt. Choice cut flowers and flower de signs at Palmer & McDonald's, 6--Spruce. Frank Moeller has secured posses sion of the old base ball park and had it banked up and flooded preparatory to turning It Into an Ice skating rink. Owing to the depth and volume of water run Into the old grounds It had not frozen yet yesterday, but will speedily be In good skating condition if the present cold weather continues. The area which has been flooded com prises about one and one-fourth acres of ground. Mr. Moellers enterprise promises to furnish to the people of this section one of the most enjoyable means of pleasure and recreation they have ever had. UUNMOKK. Richard W. "Wlnterstein, of Blakely street, who is employed as a fireman on the Erie and Wyoming Valley rail road, met with an accident yesterday, having the fingers on one hand very severely crushed. No. 1, Gypsy, and the Mountain mines of the Pennsylvania Coal com pany, are closed for the remainder of the week, having been shut down since Monday. Mrs. Edwin Howell, of Brook street. Is the guest of relatives in Jermyn. Miss Hattie Greaver, of Jefferson avenue, Is visiting friends in Pitts ton. William Brunlng, while stabling his horse last nlgnt, noticed a man In the act of breaking Into the chicken coop owned by J. B. Hobday. The thief, upon being challenged, showed fight, causing Mr. Brunlng to fire upon him, after which the man made his escape. He is thought to be the same person who entered the coop before and stole fifteen fine chickens a few days ago. Dunmore conclave). No. 235. Inde pendent Order of Heptasophs, has de posited with the treasurer, u. W. B. Allen, a check for il.Ooo made payable to Miss Rhoda A. Phillips, daughter and beneficiary of the late George A. Phillips, of Sterling, who died Nov. 11. 1S96. This check has been In the treas urer's hands awaiting the applicant since Nov. 23, only twelve days having Intervened since Mr. Phillips death. He had only been a member of the so ciety a few months before his death. The rooms of the Young Men's Insti tute have been entirely remodeled and decorated, making them the most at tractive of their kind. Diphtheria Is spreading In Dunmore, several new cases having been report ed this week. Miss Bertha Wllcott returned to her home In Carbondale after a visit with relatives In town. Miss Daina Capwell, of Cherry street, has gone to spend a few aays with friends In Binghamton, N. Y. E. M. Palmer Is negotiating for the sale of his grocery and provision es tablishment on Delaware street. SAFE BURGLARS IN 0ANVERS. Shoe Store of William Levy Robbed and Partially Wrecked. Danvers, Mass, Dec. 2. A heavy ex plosion here this morning led to an Investigation and It was found that the big safe In the shoe store of Will lam Levy & Son had been wrecked and windows blown out of the store. The work was evidently done by profes sional burglars, but there Is practical ly no clew fur the police to work upon. COMMON SENSE CURE. PYRAMID PILE CURE CURES PILES PERMANENTLY BY CURING THE CAUSE. Remarkable Remedy Which is Bring lag Comfort to Thousands of Sufferers. Probaly half the people who see this article suffer from piles. It Is one of the commonest diseases and one of the most obstinate. People have It for years and Just because It is not Immediately fatal they neglect it. Carelessness causes no end of suffering. Careless ness about so simple a thing as piles has often caused death. Hemorrhages occur from no apparent cause and loss of blood causes death. Hemorrhages occur during surgical treatment, often causing death. Piles are simple In the beginning and easily cured. They can be cured even in the worst stages, without pain or loss of blood, quickly, surely and com pletely. There Is only one remedy that will do It Pyramid Pile Cure; It ally the inflammation immediately heals the irritated surface with contin ued treatment reduces the swelling and puts the membranes in good, sound healthy condition. The cure is thorough and permanent. Here are some voluntary and un solicited testimonials we have lately received: Mrs. M. C. Hlnkly, 601 Mississippi street, Indianapolis, Ind., says: Have been suffering from the pain and an noyance of Piles for fifteen years, the Pyramid Pile Cure and Pyramid Pills gave me Immediate relief and in a short time a complete cure. Major Dean, of Columbus, Ohio, says: I wish to add to the number of certi ficates as to the benefits derived from the Pyramid Pile Cure. I sufTered from piles for forty years and from Itching piles for twenty years and two boxes of the Pyramid Pile Cure has effectual ly cured me. Most druggist sell Pyramid Pile Cure or will get for you If you ask them to. It Is one dollar per package and it put up only by the Pyramid Drug Co., Al bion, Mich. The store was entered, it is thought, at about 3 o'clock and the explosion occurred half an hour later. The safe door had been drilled In several places and the holes were tilled with giant powder. The robbers evidently did not count on the possibility of blowing out the big store windows when they placed such a heavy charge In the door. The concussion however, shattered the plate glass and the fragments fell in heaps upon the Hidewalk. The noise was heard for a considerable distance and the police hastened to the spot, but the burglars had disappeared. A largo quantity of boots and shoes are miss ing, but as far as known no money was secured. FAMILY FEUD IN IOWA. Six Men Slabbed and Otherwise Wounded in the Hattlc. Council Bluffs, la., Dec. 2. -Two fam ilies' In Crescent township met In bat tle array yesterday, the second en counter within a week. The results are thus chronicled: Elijah McClure. stabbed five times; Dave McClure, three fingers bitten; Orvlllo McClure, nose broken; James Shadden, stabbed twice, one wound severval inchs In length; Orln Shadden, cut In fac bully; Arthur Shadden, cut about head and a portion of his lower Hp bitten out. The fight was between the' families of James Shadden and Elijah' McClure, both old settlers and neighbors for a generation. The trouble originated last summer between the sons of the neighbors and grew out of an ungal lant remark made by one of the Mc Clure boys about a young woman to whom Arthur Shadden was paying his addresses. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured. L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich mond, Va., says: "I had a fearful attack of Sciatic Rheumatism, was laid up almost two months; was fortunate enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheuma tism. This cured me after doctor's prescriptions had failed to have any effect. I have also heard of fine results from others who have used It." CASTOR I A For Infante and Children. ftofw iiBill tin 9f$ff Hfutun, if WILLIAM S MILLAR, Alderman 8th Ward, Scranton ROOMS 4 AND 8 OAS AND WATER CO. MJILDINO. COSHES WYOMING AYE. AND CENTER SI OFFICE HOT'RS from T.S9 a. m. to I p. a. U hour intermission for dlnntr and tuppsr.) Particular Attention Given ta Collection. c.iucmrni uuinnwi. TOtff VMM. nM is Respectfully Solicited. Tclephont 14. AMUSEMENTS. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, ENTIRE WEEK, NOVEMBER 30. Saturday MatlnccAdult jc. Children 10c, ne higher; no reserved scat. MRS. OLGA HELEN SAGE. MR. X. LA MOTTE SAGE UNEQUALLED HYPNOTISTS. Assisted By I. B. H'DOLt-DR. GRUILLE GRIT. Entire chanro nf program ech mtertnin Blent. Also t an expenm of Stfi for this engagement nilr tbe tnmou LUMIERE'S CINEMATOGRAPHS A reproduction of ten picture, with life motion. Prices-Gallery, 15c: Balcony, $ and jsc.j First Floor, goc DAVIS' THEATER Tbarsdaj, Friday, Salurdij, D c. 3, 4, 9. Rich Uaeder's Big Reallsrlo Production KIDNAPPED With DAV 10 K. HIOOINS as "OUR GERMAN FRIEND " Vigorous, Thrilling, Picturesque. The Leap from the Brooklyn Bridge. The Great Fire Hrene. The Polke Petrol and Tained Hones. The Realistic Abduction Scene. Breezy Comedy, Striking Climaxes, Thrilling Btory. Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents. Two performances dally. Doors open at l.W and f. Curtain rises at Z. and lit. HI liUM II mi Nobby Clothing for Men and Boys from makers of repute only. Money" Making: Opportunities That Should Interest You. EVERY GflRlNT GUARANTEED OR THE HONEY Blue and Black beaver Overcoats An cIcRttntly lined and perfect fitting garment. Strictly all wool Boys Suits, Heavy weights, neat pat terns, never sold for less than $8 Special assortment of boys7 Plaid Suits, Stylish, serviceable. rcgu lar price was $10. and Very Toppy Derby Hats, lead ing shapes and extra quality, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 Cane Umbrellas Leather cover, choice quality silk,close rolling. The price only $2.00. Our Clothing Department Is under the Hanagement of Mr. D. E. Delany, formerly of Hartin & Delany. DU FONT'S 1ININ6, BUSTING AND SPORTING POWDER Manufactured at the Wapwallopen 11111 Luiern. county. Pa., and at Wil mington, Delawara. HENRY BELIN, Jr. Oaneral Afent for tho Wyoming District. lit WVOMINO AVENUE, Scraatoa. fts Third National Bank Building. AGENCIES: THOS. FORD. Pittston, Pa. JOHN B. SMITH & SON, Plymouth. Pa, E. W. MULLIGAN, WIlkPS-Barre. Pa. Agents for the Rcpauno CbacnlcnJ Conx aagr'a Ulgh Explosive. MT. PLEASANT COAL AT RETAIL, Coal of the best quality for domestte aa id of all sites. Including buckwheat and Blrdseye, delivered In any part of the city at the lowest price. Orders received at the Office, first floor. Commonwealth building, room No. : telephone No. 2(24 or at the mln?, tele phone No. m, will be promptly attended to.Dealers supplied at the mine. WM. T.SMITH. THE FROTfllNGflflM. Wagner A Helm, Lcaseesand Managers John L. Kerr. Acting Manager. ONE NIGHT OfILT, MllDiT. DEC 7, First appearance In Reran ton in elifht years KlNti OP THK MAU1C WORLD. HERRMANN, Vt In his new marvelous entertainment of m RTH AGIC YSTERV Aid d by ADELAIDE HERRMANN In her E-wllrtering xpectHcular I n ?.. PRICES - ajc, JSC 50c. 75c and $ 1.00. halo of ext. opi-ua t riduy. Dev. 4 at a. m ORIENTAL RUGS CARPETS OricDltl Bugs, Crlenfal Carpets, Oriental Cogs, Orient El'Carpetf, CrlenUI Rugs. This week we will sell any of your choice at exactly half the price to be able to raise a certain sum. China and Japanese ware at cost MICHAELIAN BROS. & CO., 124 Washington Ave PRICE WONDERS IN OUR in SpBCfol PflCB, All $900 Cheviot Suits, a . .... . made and trimmed in the best style, never SpfiClal PriM, $6.50 Blue and Bla:k. fine quality ana special vaiue, A most complete line of Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters Every conceivable style to suit all. SpSClal Pfid, $7.00 A FEW LEADING ITEMS IN 2,000,000 BARRELS Made and Sold in Six Months, ending ilarch I, 1890, Total Product of IIS The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels, Largest Run on Record. Washburn, Crosby's Superlative it gold everywhere from tho Paclfio Count to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland and Scotland very largely, and la recognized aa the beat flour in the world. HE6AR6EL WHOLESALE AGENTS. HIVE YOUR H3RSE SHOD WITH TH- Removable, Self-Sharpsning Nwrslip Toj Calks. BITTENBENDER CO. GENERAL AGENTS. And a full line of iron and steel Blacksmiths' and Wag onmakers' supplies. SCRANTON, PA. HAIR CHAINS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. LADIES, yon can have a beautiful chain made out of your own hair at E. ffl. HETZE ,'S, 330 LflCKflWANHA AYE., SCR NTON C"Kcniembcr, we are the only one here who manufacture chains from your own bair. Leave orders as early as possible. lJ BACK FOR THE ASKING Wool Special Price, $7.00 sold under $10 Ml Imported Clay SpeClll MCi, Worsted Suits, 07 Rfl VI .vu $5 to $10 Guaranteed Waterproof Mackintoshes double-breasted, nice velvet collar, special value, only $5.00. Have you seen . our New Pleat ed Colored Bosom Shirts, with separate link cuffs, for $1.25. . ill area. CENTERS? If Your Horse Is Shod with "NEVEnSLIPS" He Positively Cannot Slip CONNELL SELF 1 I I SHARP! NINO, I I