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s THE BORANTON TRIBUNE-FRID- AY MORNING. MAY 14. 185)7.
ncss tho dedication of the Washington drew Booth to recover possession of a
flkst Side and City Suburban
monument. lot of land on Sand street, Carbondalo,
The rural hamlet of No. 4 has a the tltlo of which tho defendants aro
by being struck with a wooden mil. has returned home after an extended
"phenom" In the line of a baso ball
pltcheruwho halls from the blue grass
regions of Kentucky. Charley Webb Is
our authority for the statement of 18
strlkc-out- s In one game. Play again,
now In possession.
AIRS. FRALEY WANTS HER DAUQHTER
THE fashion, 1
NEW PASTOR INSTALLED.
Ho Is employed as a miner In the Belle-vu- o visit among West Side friends. Charlie. Ycstcrdny She Obtmncd a Writ of
, Habeas Corpus.
mines, and was engaged to lifting Mrs. W. A. Held, of Jackson street,
Is visiting nt Avocn. SOUTH SIDE.
Rev. LorcnZo R. Foster Is Now In Charge n loadedwas using as track
car onto tho when the Mrs. Lydla Fraloy yesterday, through
of the Sumner Avenue Presbyterian
rail lie a lever slipped
nnd Hying up struck him across the
O, A. Williams, West Side corre-
spondent of the Republican, Lieuten- The South Side Athletic club will Attorneys Watson & Zimmerman, se-
cured a writ of habeas corpus from
308 Avenue. --- 30
lvc Services. forehead. An ugly gash was inflicted,
which required several stitches placed
ant T. Williams and John P.. Rey-nol-
havo gone to Philadelphia to wit-
hold Its annual boxing tournament at
Schlmpff's hall this evening. The club Judge Edwards as a. preliminary step
to securing the release of her daugh-
Is manifesting great Interest In the An immense stock of Millinery in everything
by Dr. J. J. Roberts, to close It. Mr. ness the unveiling of Washington's event, and promise to afford great de- ter, Sophia Honnewell, aged 12 years,
It Is now Itev. Lorenzo II. Foster, Havard will be lncapaclatcd from work monument. light to tho lovers of tho manly Art. from the House of tho Good Shepherd.
There will be a hearing In the case Sat-
lasnionaDie ana new tnat is known, guaranteed at
pastor of tlio Sumner Avenue Presby- for some time. Miss Gertrude Miller, of Washburn
street, has returned from Wllllamsport Further particulars will bo found on urday morning at 10 o'clock. The writ all times at lower prices than any other house in
terian church. The pastor of this the sporting pnge.
church wns lnpresslvcly Installed In CHURCH CHOIR ENTGRTAINS. where she visited her slster.Mrs. Frank A delightful concert wns given by Is directed against Mrs. W. B. Duggan. Scranton can quote.
his llrst pastorate last evening In thu Williams. Louis nnd Barbara Tremmell, tho well Mrs. Frnley created not a little ex-
presenco of a large part of the congre- Rendered n I'lno l'rogrnmmo in the
Miss Anna Hughes, of North Hyde
Park avenue, and Miss May Jones, of known blind musicians, at the new hall
on 'Plttston avenue last evening. Both
citement several months ago by tell-
ing a sensational story about the man- fiOo. Flowers, of nil kind, per bunch only
Simpson 91. K. Church. Prlco street, have been elected dele- ner In which her daughter had been 2no
Itcv. r. H. Hrooks, of "Wllkes-Barr- are rarely gifted musicians and merit 1'iut.uin, mi nun uuiuru iiKuu vim 1'iuuiii't',
(3.00 Trimmed Hats nnd Ilonnetn, no two alike,uxrt'ii choice
niu iierjiiiiien, oniy,..Hl)o
wns presiding Mshop. Uov. Dr. C. 13. music choir that renders such pleasant
The gates to represent the Simpson chapter great praise. Tho programme consist- mysteriously kldnepped at night. It your
fi.nt) Trimmed Huts, Paris copies, choice line, your choice- -
Jlolilnson, of the Second Presbyterian at the Simpson Methodist Epis- Epworth laguo nt tho International ed of singing, piano, duets, zither duets, thereupon transpired that the girl was Paris Pattcru Huts, no two alike, at greatly reduced prices, ".os
copal church nt ench Sabbath service
church, was the flrst speaker, nnd he entertained convention to be held at Toronto, July piano solos, vocal duets and Instru- In the House of the Good Shepherd
their friends at a dime so- and It was asserted that Mrs. Fraley
preached a short sermon of Instruc- evening.
tions and kindly advice to the church cial last of several They had
8 Inst. mental selections rendered by the
Misses nnd Mr. John Grambo. was not a fit person to have tho caro TAFFETA RIBBONS.
nnd Its pastor to be. In the course of sistance MINOR NEWS NOTES. of the child. Mts. Fraley enme hero Cholre Colo, 2, n nnd Inches wide; your cholcoof nny in,,
Rev. Rogers Israel delivered a highly All .1
his remarks he dwelt upon the atti- tho choir, namely: Thomas Abrams, width or color, per yard
from Wllkes-Barr- e some time ago. 1 UC.
The Scranton Choral society will Instructive lecture nt the Young Wo-
tude to bo taken by pastor and church, David Jenkins, Misses (Margaret Sweet. .Tones meet this ewnlng In the lecture room men's Christian association rooms on
the spirit of love which should per- nnd affair Davisanand Charles success
meate nnd govern their every action, Tho
of the Scrnnton Street Baptist church.
Business of Importance Is to be trans-
Cedar avenue last evening on "Methods
FOUND DEAD IN THE MINE.
LADIES' SEPARATE SKIRTS.
the praying for the continual presenco nnd tha Following the enjoyment gained by those acted nnd a full attendance Is re-
of Culture." A good musical pro-
gramme was also given.
$2.00 ninek Urocnded llrll- -
E J AQ $7.fiOHInek llrorndod Bilk, ce ne
of CJod and Hl Holy Spirit. present. entertainment quested. John Fallon, who has been the choice $ 1.00 Black Ilrocnded llrlN
2.98 $10.00 Mack llrocmlcd Hills, n . OU
He urged upon lwth the necessity of refreshments were served. Tho Malachl O'Malloy, who wns ar- amateur pitcher of the South Side Martin Melvln Was Eating ills Lunch in Unntlnes.... only
a desire to spread the cause of Christ opened exercises springrenderedsung by wero (J. 75 llrllltnutlncs,
y following out Christ's teaching by a glee song
rested for stealing from tho Young
Men's Christian Association gymna-
club, left yesterday for Corning, N. Y
where he has been farmed out by Mali-
the Alcadow Brook Mine When only 2.48 special VO
through the medium of mosslonnry ef- tho choir, followed by a solo, "Joy sium, is not Malachl O'Mnlley, son of nger Grtflln to the New York state Ills Call Came. $7.00 llrllllnntliU'S
spcelnl 4.98 Ladies' Silk Capes, Big Reduction
fort. "Above all," said Dr. Itoblnson, Clad Ruin," by Harry A. Wrlgley. The John O'Mallcy, of Jackson street. league. IJho well wishes of his vast
In conclusion, "the power of the church Misses Minnie Weber and Stella Yoho David Jones, of Bonfleld, 111., who ed
number of friends accompanies him on
as embodied In a strong and natural played a pleasing piano duet, and a the funeral of his father, Thos. his trip nnd they look eagerly forward A traglo death was that of Martin
groth nlonc all lines." qunrtetto consisting of Miss Ella l, God-shal-
E. Jones, Is visiting Rutherford nnd to the certain success of his future ca- Melvln, a n resident of Ce-
Presiding Bishop Hev. P. II. Brooks Mrs. Lewis, Louis Jones nnd Mrs. Charles Hadley, of Eynon street. reer. dar avenue. South Side, who was found
propounded the required constitutional William Whitman rendered a selec- St. John's T. A. B. society will hold !ead at o'clock yesterday morning
10.45 AMUSEMENTS Philadelphia Manufacturers of
question to Itev. I. II. Foster and to tion. Tho lady members of tho choir West Side Jliislncs Directory. a special meeting at 7.30 o'clock this by a fellow-workm-
In Cennell &
the church body. These were satisfac- then snng a chorus, "Lullaby," In a
torily ansered In each Instance. Ilev. fine manner.
Following this Mrs. J. B. Sweet re-
B. G. MORGAN & SON, NOTARIES
evening In their hall at the corner of
Stone nvenue nnd Hickory street.
Co.'s Meadow Brook mine. The body
was discovered In an erect sitting post-
ure. One of Melvln's hands held a
John L. Kerr, Actinic Manager,
U. Cloaks and Suits
J. P. MofCatt gave the required charge Public. Real Estate, Foreign Exchange The South Side Athletic club met
421 Lackawnnna Avenuo.
to Itev. Mr. Foster. Ho chose as his cited nnd Miss Ella Godshall sang a and Ocean Ticket Agents. Rents col- with water In It while the ocher ONB WKKK. HKCUNNING MO.VDAY.MAY
lected. Prompt monthly settlements. last night and completed arrangements grasoed a niece of cracker, showing 17th. IJ1MK MATINKES DAILY. A De-
text tho passage, "Yo are Itnesses of solo entitled "Hurst Ye Apple Buds." Olllco 1101 Jnckson street, over Mus-grave-
's for their tournament this evening. lightful Knot, n $1.00 1'erforninneo nt
these tilings." Luke xxlv, 48. Charles Sweet played a banjo solo, nnd drug store. The St. Aloyslus Total Abstinence that death had oome as he was eating Popular 1'rlres, 10, 20 nnd no Cents. Ulroy's
Itev. Mr. Moffatt was moderator. Ho Miss Mnrgaret Jones sang a contralto HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-C- ut his lunch. 111it Stock Companv, supporting the young
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
and Benevolent society met at Phar- ronmntlo uctor, J. Bnrvey Cook, nnd the lirll-lla-
dre out the thought of tho Apostle solo In lvcr usual pleasing manner. A 101 South Main avenuo; two doors from
macy hall on Plttston avenue last even- The suddenness of tho death Is ex- comedienne, Mies l.ottlo Church, In n
Luke and compared the work of tho male quartette consisting of Thomas Jackson street. ing. plained In a rupture of the main y ar-te- repertoire of great plnys, nmonc which wilt
be found "The Unknown, "The Whlto Squad-
lie pastor to the ork of the apostle. Ho Abrams, W. W. Joner, H. A. Wrlg- SECOND HAND FURNITURE-Ca- sh for The Welcome Social club will con- leading fom the lieart, which was ron," "Uindof the Mldnleht Sun," "In tho
felt that all the mission of the pastor ley nnd William Whitman snng "In anything you havo to sell. Furnlturo, duct a social In Cnllery's hall tonight. disclosed by Ccironer Longstreet In Henrt of Maryland." "l'nrndlso Allev," "Sen
was In the natural and direct succes- tho Sweet Bye nnd. Bye." by request. Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tho his post- mortem examination In the
of lee," "She." "Tho Inside Track,'' "East
sion of apostolic succession. Two posi Tho exercises ended with the glee etock of J. C. King, 701 to 709 West a
afternoon. I.ynne," etc. Monday nmttnrc, "Tho Un-
avenue. DUNMOKE. known," Monday night. ''The White Squad-
tive requisites were necessary, viz., "iSleep, Gentle Lady," rendered by the Melvln was an aged man, 73 years, ron." Evening prices, 10, 20 nnd HO ecnts.
"To know, and to tell." choir. PKOVIDKNCH. The case against Street Car Conduc- ami ho was employed in the mine as Don't full to i;et a lady's ticket for Monday
Ilev. S. C. Logan, D. D., then gave Professor W. W. Jones, chorister, a pump runner, which work he had night. You enn secure them nt tho box otllce.
tor Daniels was amicably settled before Scuts for the entire engagement on sale Frl-d- aj
the charge to the church. Dr. Logan acted as conductor and Walter Davles Class No. 11, of the North Main Ave- Burgess Burschel last night. The or- done for the past twenty-thre- o years. morning, May 11th, ut 0 o'clock.
asked tho church to first recognize was accompanist. nue Baptist church, will conduct an dinance governing the obstruction of He went to work yesterday morning
the solemnity of tho occasion, Its sig- entertainment this evening In Company public highways In Dunmore was read in apparently excellent health. Short-
nificance and probable results. Ho TERSONAL MENTION. II armory. The young ladles who havo to him, after which he acknowledged ly before 11 o'clock John Jenkins, an-
showed how a proper be-
Mrs. MIehler, Mrs. E. 11. Belden nnd the affair In charge deserve liberal that he had violated the law, but had other workman passed the place In the L
tween church and pastor would bo Mrs. David patronage for their efforts In getting done so unknowingly. mino where Mclvin's post was. Jen-
beneficial. Their every action should Clark's Summit. Richards are visiting at kins, ns usual, saluted him, but tho
ready for the rendition of a fine llter-ar- y John B. Hobday, jr., of Blooming
Ik? governed by the commands of God and musical programme. The fol- Grove, Pa.. Is the guest of his parents, customary answer was not given and OF SCRANTON,
Mrs. Lizzie Hughes-Brundag- of Ey- e,
and His Son, through the Influence of non street, Is quite 111. lowing Is tho programme: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hobday, of Brook Jenkins wondered what wns tho rea-
the Holy Ghost. Then secondly, their CAST OF CHARACTERS. street. son. Ho could see Melvln sitting on
conduct towards the pastor should not Is Mrs. Reynolds, of Hampton street,
entertaining her daughter, Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Ousklll Anna Jenkins A stray cow wandered Into the yard the bench, but curiously he did not
1)0 one of criticism or questioning, but move. Going over to tho bench Jen-
Mrs. l.angdon Hrrtha Simmon In front of Dave Parfrey's house on BARGAIN WEEK HERE,
of quick assistance. Rather to correct win Reese, of PIttstor..
Clarence Smith, of South Ninth Miss Susan liigheud Rachel Evans Brook street and did considerable kins found the aged man cold In death. Special Attention Given to Busi-
any faults, than to enlarge upon them. street, Is visiting Ah Ling T. J. Phillips damage to his property which had been The other employes wero notified ness ami Personal Accounts.
Their spirit should be to help nnd en- at Fnrvlew. Miss Perkins May Morgans nnd the body was removed to the late A display of tcxttlo clcganco and beauty,
courage and thus lncrense the capacity Miss Anna Adams, of Bethlehem, Is Bridget O'FIannaghaii Mattie Jonea
nowly sodded. Mr. Parfrey kept the ani- Liberal Accommodations Ex- any moro comprehensive and perfect than,
mal tied up until the owner appeared, home. At 3.S0 o'clock yesterdav nfter-noo- n
of the pastor's inlluencc la his chosen visiting West Side friends. Miss Ad- Miss Snlgglnson Elizabeth Davie Coroner Longstreet empanneled tended According to Balances and Tho most you havo and carefullytho past,
that enjoyed In
field. ams formerly resided on the West Side. Mali! Lizzie Davles and after paying all damages he was complete selected
W. R. Lewis, esq., John W. Richards, Gramophone Professor Miller allowed to take the cow home. a jury to act on the case. The lurors Responsibility. Block In the city of
At the close of Dr. Logan's charge were: John Majerlck, A. J. Wlnebnike,
Benjamin Morgan, a licentiate, was John H. Phillips, E. D, Jones, Roger PART 1. The funeral of Michael Barrett was
called upon to make tho closing prayer Evans, K. E. Robathan, Scranton, and Overture Citizens' band held yesterday morning from his late Tatrlck Conboy, Patrick Klllcoyne, Jo- 3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on Suits, Separate Skirts,
after which Rev.. L. It. Foster was Uttca, N. Y., of Forest City, are In Kk'ctrlc song By the class home on Clay avenue. A solemn high seph Moone and W. G. Moser. The Interest Deposits. Silk Waists,
attending tho grand lodge Recitation Nellie KUlton mass of requiem was celebrated In St. veraict returned was In effect as stated
declared duly installed and pronounc- death from rupture of a blood vessel Spring Capes
ed the benediction. Tho services were sessions of the True Ivorltes. Pluno solo Anna Bell Paul's church after which the remains
Air. Melvln was well known on the
then closed by the greeting of the pas- Kingston, Lizzie Reynolds-Lawl-
is visiting her parents on
of s, Duet
McBsrs, Thomas and Johns
were conveyed to Archbald, where In-
terment wns made. The South Side. He had lived In the Twen- Capital, $200,000 and Jackets.
tor by his church with the hand shake Duet May .Kvans and Ray Robinson
tieth ward for twenty-fiv- e years and Visit our storo and ulvo us an oppor-
of fellowship. Hampton street. were: Patrick Reagan, John McCann, tunity to provo to you that our prices nro
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Jones, of Dialogue By the class Patrick Covle, Patrick McLane, Pat-ile- k was born In the County Mayo, Ireland,
Surplus, 320,000 lower nnd our assortment better than
Wllkes-Barr- are West Side visitors. e, PART II. Jordan and Michael Barrett. Di- and has worked at the Meadow Brook any other liouso In tho city.
THOMAS HAVARD INJURED, Mrs, Frank Trumbowor, of Scranton Overture , .Citizens' hand vision No. 4, Ancient Order of Hibern- mine since it was purchased by the
Thomas L. Havard, who boards at street, Is In Wllllamsport. Duct nn Jenkins and Bertha Simmons ians, of which he had been an active Connell company.
C22 Eynon street, was badly Injured Mibs Jessie Fuller, of Blnghamton, Recitation , I.. Lewis member, attended the fnueral in a His vlfo and the following sons sur- Undivided Prodis, 88, NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS.
Solo William I.ynott body. vive: Anthony Melvln, of Nebraska;
Duet, instrumental ..Woolsoy and Hort.iw James Melvln, foreman of the "Will-a- 2. WEINGART, Proprietor.
Pantomime By tho class A new coat of paint Is being placed m
Solo Nellie DeOraw upon tho Laurel Hill Park hotel. A," mine at Duryea; Patrick Mi.I-vl- n,
l'lano duet. Anna Clanccn and Lizzie Owen The Guild of St. Agnes, of St. Mark's engineer at "William A." colliery; W.M. C0NNELL, President.
Blectrle tableau By the class hurch, Is rehearsing for an entertain- John Melvln, engineer at the Meadow
Brook mine: William Melvln, of Pitts- HENRY I5ELIN, Jr., Vice Prcs. FOR MEN ONLY,
Selection Citizens' band ment which Is to bo given in the near
future. The entertnlnment will con- burg; Edward F. Melvln, of Cedar
Globe Warehouse Ico cream and cake will be served
after the Intermission. The admission
fee will bo 23 cents.
Rev. Slrhowy Jones, formerly of this
sist of tableaux, recitations, vocal nnd
Instrumental music, etc. The proceeds
from the entertainment will go to-
avenue; Jos-ep- MelvlnC bookkeeper
for Casey & Kelley, and Miss Mary E.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier
section, but now of Kbensburg, called
on his many friends here yesterday.
It will please a large number of people
ward the establishment of a library for
the Sunday school. Each person, upon
the presentation of a book, will be ad-
The funeral will take place tomorrow
morning. Mass will be celebrated at
St. John's church at C.30 o'clock a. m..
and tho remains will be taken on tho
here to learn that he will occupy the mitted.
James A. Lansing, president, and A. 7.45 Delaware and Hudson train to n,
pulpit of the Puritan Congregatlonnl C. Fuller, vice president and treasurer where Interment will be made. Light Weight
church next Sunday morning nnd of the Scranton Stove works, nro In
Miss Margaret Jones, of Wayne ave- Detroit, Mich., where they are attend- AT
AN UNIQUE COUNTRY.
nue, called on friends at Olyphant yes- ing the Stove Manufacturers' conven-
terday. It Hnd nil Abundance of Everything,
William J. Lewis, jr., of Edna ave-
nue, left this morning for Philadel-
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet In the Methodist Epis- Even to Phonographs. A. E. Rogers' Balbriggan, Etc.,
Witlx its rapid alterations of rain and shine, make a good phia. copal church this afternoon. All are An English gentleman addicted to
about as desirable a thing as a man or woman can s pos-ses- Lester Meredith, employed as a clerk welcome. field sports arrived In Cork last autumn, AT
at this season, and not infrequently saves more than its In the Davis drug store, met with a nnd engaged a car and driver to convey
cost during a single shower. You know this, wo know
for ilvo years this season havo given up '
painful accident yesterday morning by
getting his finger badly crushed In thu
cog wheels of an Ice cream freezer.
Mrs. David Pugh died yesterday af-
him to a village some miles from tho
city. On the way the traveler re-
marked: "Ought to be a good country
213 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
The funeral of Thomas Ratchford ternoon at 12.30 o'clock at her home on for game, eh?" "Game Is It, yer hon-
took place yesterday afternoon from Putnam street, Providence, after an or?" was tho reply; "Shure, there's
DNE WEEK 10 SELL UMBRELLAS AI A SACRIFICE the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Illness of two weeks' duration. The ashlns av It." "Any snipe?" "Ay, Is
there? There's more snlpo nor peelers,
Michael Ratchford, on Gardner ave-
From regular prices. This salo comes more in tho form of a
practical recognition of the season's needs, than anything else
and as such is appreciated by thousands of our patrons annu-
ally, who wait for tho cvout, and mako their purchases
nue. The remains were interred in
the Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Thomas Kelly, of West Market street,
Is In New York city on a business trip.
deceased was born In Dowllas, South
Wales In 1S42 but came to this country
from Merthyr about eight years ngo.
She has made her home In the North
End since her arrival In this country,
an' more peelers nor praties, an' that's
saying a good dale." "Plenty of
pheasants and grouse, too, I suppose?"
"Faith, thero's no supposin' nt all about
Kill Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Best in the Market.
while Miss Norah Walsh left yesterday for nnd during that time has, by her It; there's millions av 'em so there
tho low prices prevail. Brooklyn, N. Y., where she expects to is." The New York Eye Specialisl
loving disposition, made hosts of
permanently reside. friends, all of whom will deeply mourn Having proceeded some miles and
Daniel Neville, of Mary street, Is her death. She Is survived by a hus- not seeing a feather the Englishman And Teacher In rructlcat Applied Optics.
Umbrella Figures for This Week. spending a few weeks' vacation with
relatives at Brooklyn, N. Y.
band and four children, all of whom
reside In tho North End with the ex-
observed sarcastically: "H'm, yes;
plenty of small game, but I don't think
Drexel Lawn Mowers,
150 Umbrellas Peter Campbell Is aulte HI at his ception of a married daughter, who there are any phonographs In these Examines Eyes Free Best cheap mower made.
50 Umbrellas home on Mary street. Is at present living In the old country. parts." "Arrah! don't be talkln'; Prices $3.50, $2.75, $3.00
rib. Best Gloria cover, nat- All silk nnd wool covers, silver William D'lggs swore out a warrant shur. after a bit av a frost the whole
ural handle steel rod, a sorvlcable trimmed The funeral will take place Sunday country sldo an' more 'speshly tho aud$3.25.
handles, etc. Finest yesterday afternoon for the arrest of afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Services will
shade for all weathers that's worth frames made. Never sold under John Neary, who was taken before Al bo conducted at the house by the ploughed Ian' does be swarmln' wld For Two Weeks, Be-
$1.00 anywhere. em."
derman Roberts for a hearing. It was Rev. W. F. Davis. Burial will be made
Sale Price 75c Sale Price $2.00 alleged by tho prosecutor that Neary In Hyde Park cemetery.
committed an assault and battery upon Did Not Surpriso the Jiulgo. Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
125 Umbrellas 50 Umbrellas him. The alderman allowed Neary to ginning April 22, 1897,
Natural handles with Sterling sil- Changeable all silk covers for sun- Mrs. Mrtrgaret Thomas died yester- The Green Bag says that Judgo Gary
go upon paying the costs of tho case.
ver mounts, close rollers on best shine or shower In brown, navy The defendant In the case, after his
day at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. has a dry wit with him that Is occasionally All sizes. The most per
steel rods, cover. Best William R. Jones, of 530 North Hyde the cause of his grim court room being HOURS-2T- O 5 P.M.
value at S1.21 In this city.
red or green shades. Steel rods' discharge Immediately swore out a Park avenue. The deceased was well pervaded by very audlblo tittering. Tho feet refrigerator manu-
close rollers natural sticks. Regu- warrant for DIggs' arrest for threaten- on In years and has lived on the West other day cno of tho attorneys was airing factured.
Sale Price 95c lar $1.00 sort. ing to kill. Dlggs was also allowed to Side for some time. Tho funeral ser- his IndlBiiBtlon. He hail been robbed, yes,
100 Umbrellas Sale Price $3.00 go upon paying a fine of $4.
vices will bo held on Sunday after-
sir, robbed. It was shameful tho way
Williams Willis, a butcher, was ar- things went right there under the eye of Tho Dortor has had 1!1 years' practical ox
Natural handles with heavy silver 35 Umbrellas raigned before Alderman Roberts last noon nt 2 p. m., and Interment will the law. perleuee In tho art of correcting defective THE
trim, steel rods, close roll same as bo madei In Washburn street ceme- Finally, Judge Gary notlco tho fuming pyoslBht. Xo fancy prlcos for npoclal ground
foregoing number, but a very much
For ladles. Same as foregoing but evening at the Instance of Mrs. Lulu tery. nnd fretting one. "What's tho matter,
with extra fine Dresden handles I.lsz, who accused him of having used now?" ho asked. lenses.
better cover. Cheap at $1.50. "Matter. It's a con- fi
Lveryday price $1.50. obscene language and making Inde- founded outrage! Had my overcoat stolen
Sale Price $1.25 Sale Price $3.50 cent proposals to her. He entered ball Harry, tho child of right from this room,"
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Bishop, of North a little. "Overcot, eh?" The Judo amileil
100 Umbrellas for his appearance nt court. ho said. "Pah:
Main street, died on Tuesday nftor a that's nothing. Whole suits aro lost here ON THE LINE OF THE
50 Umbrellas Born To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. 434 Lackawanna Ave,
brief Illness. Death was due to bron- every day."
Fine Dresden handles, best frame, Union Vnffptn ,... ,.' Richards, a son.
close rollers on steel rods, and the
highest grade Gloria cover.
size. The usual $1.75 quality.
handsome handles with .Sterling
Miss Margaret Powell, a popular
young lady of this section, was united
In marriage to David Davles, a promi-
chitis. The child was the youngest ot
their small family, and the atlllctcd
parents aro In deep sorrow because of
their loss. It Is patent
Fur Ladies Only.
to all thinking people
are located tho finest fishing and hunting
Sale Price $1. 25 nent young man. also of this vicinity, FIstefrtitltQl
Sale Price $2.00 nt the home of the brld.e'3 mother. Arlle, the
that ladles require on account of their
child of Mr. and peculiar organism and functions rem-
grounds In the world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points la
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces,
irm uii REVBV0
Mrs. Griffith Powell, on North Main RESTORES VITAIIY.
For men. size, solid natur- avenue. The nuptial knot was tied by Mrs. William Coleman, of 902 Madison edies quite different from tho sterner Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian una
nvenue, died yesterday morning. Up sex. While the FEM1CURE LIVER United States Northwest, Vanvouver, S"9 v
al sticks, extra heavy Gloria cov- the Rev. Dr. R. S. Jones, pastor of the Bonnie, Tacomo, Portland, Ore., San
ers, no better frame made. Our Welsh Congregational church, The had been 111 four weeks from measles PILLS net directly and pleasantly up- Francisco. tfHK yrt-- k.
famous $1.85 umbrella. and pneumonia. The funeral tomor- -' on tho Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and KrtWfiT1 Madca
Sale Prices $1.50
house was literally thronged with
friends and relatives who had been In- row morning will be private. Bowels, they nt tho same time won-
derfully regulate and strengthen tho
First-Cla- Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throught trains, Tourist
vited to witness the ceremony. The - -
50 Umbrellas Rev. AV. B. Thomas, of Carbondale, functions and organs peculiar to tho caro fully fitted with bedding, curtains ' g7ILv
For men. Close rollers finest para-
wedding presents were many and beau-
tiful. The young couple will begin an aged Methodist minister, retired eex. They relievo Constipation, Head- and specially adapted to wants of families
may be had with second-clas- s tickets.
lathmj.mpy of Me
gon frames. Special Gloria covers, AH tho fads and fancies for the life amid the best wishes of their from service, was called away yester- ache, Dizziness, Indigestion, Torpid Rates always less than via other lines. THE QPEAT 30th
silver mounted sticks. Regular summer of 1697 are open for your many friends. They will' reside with day nt tho advanced age of 77 years. Liver, Bllllousness, Falntness, Irregu For further Information, time tables, etc,
on application to
Inspection. Prices lower than you He resided with his son, Professor A. larities', Backache Bad Complexion, produces tho above results ln',30 days. It iti
Sale Price $1.50
expect to pay for tho stylo and
quality we offer.
the bride's mother.
Clarence Hlgglns was tendered a sur-
prise party by his many friends at
P. Thomas. The funeral will bo at-
tended at the Methodist church on Carl Lorenz, druggist, 418 Lackawanna
Saturday at 10 o'clock.
etc. A pill a dose. 25 cents. Sold by
a V. SKINNER, Q. E. A.,
353 Droadway, New York.
powtrfullr and quickly. Cures when all othorssj.
Yourg men lll retain their lost manhood. and 1J
men will recoier their youthful visor by tu.j
Itl'.VIVO. It quickly and aurely restores Nerrov
his home on Monsey avenue last even- Dens, Lo.t Vitality, Impotency, NlgUtly ErulislM,
ing. Lost Tower, Falling Memory, Waittne Dltues,u
rj Mrs Sarah Hlgglns, a resident of all effects ot eelfabue or eicr'i and lndlicrelloi
MM-W 'IMJ Mlh rt
WifclMl'J MINOOKA. Carbondalo for thirty-eig-
ht years, died
EVERY WOSV1AM tthtch unOU cms or study, business ormarrlago. I
not only cures by starting at the teat ot dueaee.but
at her home yesterday after a short at- is a great ncrtetonlo and blood builder, bring,
The Mlnooka team and the Harmon- tack of pneumonia. The funeral will Qomttinss needs a relltblt, monthly, rcgalitlng medicine. Only hirmliutil (tig back tbo pink glow to pule checks and
m ies will battle for honors on tho hand- be held today at 3.30 at St. Rose church. (be purest drug) should be u,oJ. If you waal lbs get lf, the lire of youth. It wards off Insanity
' Globe Warehouse some new grounds of tho former on
Michael Hlgglns left yesterday for
An Action in KJcctmont.
Mark Wilson and his wife, Margaret,
of Carbondale, through Attorney Rob-
Thor are prompt, sale and certain In rtiult. The nnlne (Dr. Tcnl'i) nerardUap,
uolot. Bent anywhere, tl.OO. Addieu 1'tU.MKBlcuo C C.OTdlmd.y,
and Consumption. Insist on bating IIUVIVO, no
other. It can be carried In Test pocket. By mall,
81.00 per packure, or sir for 85.00, with potli
tlvo written guarantee to care or returns'
the money. Circular tree. Address
ROYAL Mf DJCINE CO.. 63 River St., CHICAGO. IP'
If tT"'1'.1 ;.? -- .pi-''.'.Sa.i'iw"- , . n o..iji.iifi.rin i.nm.in Wilful Al Rose, of WeBt Mlnooka, will leave ert Stuart, yesterday began an action For sain by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor. Wyomlna Avenue and tor 6ulo by .MAT! HEW a UU(J; Utif
sslk this morning for Philadelphia to wit- - in ejectment against Robert and An- - Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa. Cist tierautou, Fa,