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'HIE SCttANTON TR1 I5UNE-SATUKDAY MORRLN'Gr, JANUARY 2, 1S97.
New Year Cards,
l'ockct Diaries, 1SU7,
Pclotibct's Notes on tlic
Sunday School Lessons, 1S07.
Deep cut in prices
nil this week
on all Holiday Articles,
Tojs, Games, Blackboaids, Desks,
Toilet Cases and Fancy Articles,
Holiday Hooks and Fancy Stationery,
at very large reductions,
to clear out balances.
Bargains for New Year presents.
322 Lackawanna Ae.
The use of Shavings for beildlug
lor horses or cows is uot
But put up like straw in
Is something now.
Gleaner Than Straw,
Cleaner Than Straw,
Better Than Straw.
We keep it.
The Weston HI Go
SCRANTON, OLYPHANT, CAR30NDUE.
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
EXTRACTION Or TEETH WITH
"ANAESTIIENE." FINEST DEN
TAL WORK IN THE CITY.
DRS, HENWOOD & WARDELL
3'6 LACKAWANNA AVE.
OFFICERS OF PYTHIAN LODGES.
Dates on Which They Mill He lu
st.illed This Month.
Dlstilct deputy giand chancellor, W.
V. Shlifer, last night Installed the of
fice: s of FaiIew lodge, Knights of
Pythias, of Peteisbuig. Tonight he will
install the olllceis of Suibuiban lodge
of Gieen Ridge.
Other installations which have been
scheduled to take place aie: Jnnuaiy 4,
Geneial G. A. Gunster, No. 3.S4: Jan
uaiy E, Duninore, No. 107; Januaiy 5,
Seranton, No. 2C.1; Januaiy 5, ilallioad,
No. 42.'; January 6, Tajlorvllle, No. 102;
Januaiy 0, Roaring Brook, No. 401;
Januaiy S, Hyde Pail:, No. 306; Jan
uaiy 11, Panooku, No 30C; January 12,
Glenwood, No. 349; Januaiy 12, Comet,
No. 431; January n, Patagonia, No.
32G; Januaiy 14, Electric Clt, No. 313.
Y. W. C. A. NOTES.
The regular cla-ss woik of the associa
tion will begin this week at the usual
hours, .Monday. Thursday, Pilday and
Saturday evenings. Special attention Is
given to the elementary branches, ad
vanced courbo and industrial depaitment.
Mr-. E. D. Pellows, the chairman of the
educational depaitment, will be glad to
gieet any new students at the beginning
of this new term.
The gymnasium classes aie open for
new enrollment of members and special
features will be Introduced this term.
The entertainment committee will meet
Mondaj at 4 o'clock.
The Chautaqua, circle will meet tonight
at 7 o'clock.
Miss Helen Brooks, the new college sec.
retary for Pennslvanln, came jesterday.
The tegular Bible class for the stud of
the Sabbath school lesson, will meet to
night at 7.15 All joung women aie ln
lted to join this class.
Miss Wtir will conduct our gospel meet
ing toinonow at 3 45 p m.
The iLliglous committee will meet to
night at 7 30 o'clock.
CARLIN In Seranton, Pa., Jan. 1, 1S97,
William, son of the late W. J. Cailln, at
his home, S21 Beech stieet, aged 9 jears.
Puneral notice later.
Is lie whose feet rest
comfortably in our correct-made
most attractive of Bull
Dogs if you waut any
other shape toe if you
There'.s 110 other Win
ter Shoe like Our Tan
410 Spruce Street.
PRIZES WERE SMALL
Successful Eisteddfod Held in the Belle
Mie Welsh C. A. Church.
BV THE CHURCH LITERARY SOCIETY
The Ilcllciuo Chulr Captured tliu
Chief Prize ol'tlio llnj in u Compi'
titlon wltli the 'i'tivlor Cliolr--l". II.
Wnrrcn Mon the iiiiritonu Solo
I'riu--Intcraitiiii; ruiiturus of the
Two So.sioiis--I)ctnils of Contcst.
The eisteddfod hold yesterday nt the
Bellevue Welsh Culvlnlstlc Motlioillat
chinch undei the dltectlon of the Bello
ue LItoiary and Biblical society as a
gieat .success and afforded ontertaln
nii'iit for two laine audiences, one in
the afternoon, the other In the evening
At the evening session, when the chief
competition was decided, the Bellevue
choli was Eleu tile u lnelp.il pil.e of
$30. Piofessor Geoigo Howell, supei
lntendent of schools, vum chalrinan of
the ufteinoon session, and Hiehaul II.
William j was to have filled the pojltlon,
HENRY W. EVANS.
Chalrinan of the Committee of Atiange-
but he was unable to attend and Mi.
Howell kindly consented to officiate.
Rev. H. II. Hauls, pastor of the Cal
vaiy Baptist chinch, at Tayloi, was
conductor of the evening session. Mi.
Hauls was also adjudicator on
"speeches and lecltatlons."
The other adjudicatois weio: Pro
fesor Lewis "Watcjn, music; Rev. D. C.
Phillips, poetiy. Mis. II. M. Evnns and
Mis. T. B Thomas weie olllclal accom
panists of the eisteddfod. The soloists
were: Miss Maggie Jones, Edwin
Bow en, Mon Is Thomas, P. II. Wan en,
John W. Jones, David Stephens. The
committee for the society in charge of
theaiinngements were: Heniy W.I3v
ans, chu.Ii mun; B. T James, secietaiy,
W. Ashton, tieasiuei; T. O. Jones, W.
J. Davis, A. Powell and D. It. Lewis.
THE AFTERNOON SESSION.
The ivfti.'inoon programme opened
with a base solo by Mon Is Thomas,
"The Mighty Deep " It was splendidly
ghen. The secietaiy, B. T. James,
lead a poem entitled "The Belleue
Eisteddfod," wiltten by u filend of the
society. This elicited much applause.
Piofessor Howell made a few remaiks
mlui to the Hist competition. He said,
that owing to the lengthy pi ori amine,
ho would not make a speech, as It
would be better to pioceed with the
piogiamme at once.
The Hist competition was a reclta
tlon, "Landing of the Pllgilin Fntheis."
Thiee little girls lesponded. In making
the adjudication, Dr. Hauls stated
that all thiee recited well and weie
entitled to a prize. He then enteied
Into the details, such as enunciation,
gestures and Inflection of voice, con
cluding by giving the fiist piizo, $1,
to Miss EfUe Biownlng, and the second,
DO cents, to Miss Minda Morgans.
In the tenor solo, "Dear Heart,"
which followed theio weie but two
men enteied for the contest. William
J. Davis, of Hde Paik, sang (list, fol
lowed by William L Jones, of Taylor.
Piofessor Wat kins made the adjudica
tion shoitly nfteiwaid, and stated that
the piece could Inn e been sung much
better. As it was, he felt disposed
to divide the pi Ize money, $2 CO, be
tween them. On the epigram "Englyn"
theie weie xecelved nineteen competi
tive pieces. The adjudicator, D. C.
Phillips, announced ns the winner, the
pei son signed as "Boj'' in Welsh. The
gentleman did not come foiward to
claim the prize dining the session, and
his name could not be learned.
The most inteiestlng featute of the
day was the five minute speech on
PROr. GEORGE HOWELL.
Chairman of the Aftornoon Session of the
"Self Control," or to use the Welsh
tenn, "Hunauly wodiucht." There
weie nine competitors, and they were
given a prellmlnaiy hearing In the
church basement by the adjudicator.
Only six of these competed, The ad
dresses weie short, none of them le
cliulng the limit of time. Great Inter
est was manifested and each speaker
was loudly applauded. Dr. Hauls, ad
mitted that all had done well, but two
were more accurate In pronounclatlon,
and their aiguments weie better. The
pi ize was divided between James Wel
kins, of Taylor, and William Reese, of
Joshua Johns, a member of the Penn
Avenuo Baptist chinch uuai'tette, then
rendered a tenor solo, which brought
forth rounds of applause. Mr. Joljns
was compelled to xespond again Thiee
little lads answeied when the chair
man called for those entered on the
hoys' solo, "Huve Courage My Boy to
Say No!" They weie w'ntkln Wat
klns, Milton Davis and Bennle Hauls.
All sang well, yet Harris' style was
more finished and he was given the
first prize of $1, The youngest of the
trio, Wattle iWatklns, received the sec
4 Aw i
Edwin How en, the sweet tenor solo
ist, lendcied a. selection and was loud
ly applauded. Another featuio which
created much Intel est was the qunt
totte competition on the piece, "Re
demption," Theio wore enteied live
quartettes, but only four competed.
These wore, "Our Four Fi lends,' Mis.
Evans and patty; "Sehunfann," and
the "Histrionic." The fortunate jur
weie Mrs. Evans and party, comprised
of the following: Mrs. Llewellj n
Evans, Mrs. Llszlo Hughes Biundage,
Joshua John and Edwaid James,
The juvenile choir competition linil
but one entiy, the Bellevue Band of
Hope, on the competition "The Hand
Wiltlng on the Wall " Thry sine w 11
under their j otitic leadei, Master Eddie
Dnls, and weie aw aided the pi Ize, of I
$10 The announcement wns made In
closing, that on eisteddfod would be
held on Mnich 17, In Olyphant.
In lhoconlng the chinch was dowel
ed, about S00 pei ;ons attending Rev.
11. 11. Hauls was ihaliman of the ses
sion Di. HniiH is becoming much In
diniand as a conductor of eisteddfods.
He is of icady wit and has a good
natuied, bubbling spirit and that Is
what the Welsh people like. Conductoi
Hauls uniiounccd the opening of tlu
session, a bong by Moirls Thomas Mi.
Thomas sang 'if She Wtie Mine," In
his grandly melodious voice. A call
win made foi iuldicsses b the po' ts.
This is mi indispensable feature of the
eisteddfod. Hem j Williams, of Peck
vllli, and Edwnid Janus, ot Uellcwie,
lespondnd The llist competition wns
on the solo "Softly and Tendeily," for
gills. Theio ,eiu lle little misses en
teied as lollows. Miss Hauls, Ellon
Thomas, BeatlUe Mot gnu, Ella Biown
lng, rial ah Davis. All sang veiy well.
When the adjudication was given the
Hist pilxe, , went tn Beatiici Moigun
and Surah 1M is took second pi lee, HO
THE PRIZE DIVIDED.
The adjudication on "Haiinonlzatlon"
was glen just befoie the decision In
the s-olo contest was announced. The
in Ize of $2 was; dhlded between Moigali
D hlevens and David J. Evans, both of
Plymouth. The compositions had been
pievloiisly handed In to the adjudtcn
toi , Lew Is Watej n. One ot the very In
tel estlng contests of the eisteddfod was
on the bailtone .solo, pi Ize $4. "Out of
the Deep," the soulful creation of Pio
fessor T. J. Davlcs, was the pi Ize piece
Theie weie seven contestants and, as
Conductoi Hauls said, it seemed that
the entile local musical world had been
lobbed of lis tIch"St slngeis, just foi
the sake of this competition. Each of
the slngeis, ns in all other competitions,
went under a soubriquet, so that no
partiality could be shown in the oidei
ot singing Llewelbn Jones was the
111 st singer, followed by Edward James,
Monls Thomas, John Tubbs, of Tay
loi, Philip Wairen, James E. Watklns
and Dald Jenkins
This contest wns simply grand and
light heie one begins to feel the beau
ty of the Welsh eisteddfod where, with
the sweetest of Instruments, the voice,
tho test songsters of a nation of melo
dy, meet and sing their best. The
prize was won by P. H. Waiieti, who
sang under the name of "Phil "
In ghing the decision the adjudica
tor dwelt upon the faults and meilts
of each contestant. Ml. Jones' effoit
lacked eneigj, Mr. Jones was good;
he has a line voice; Mr. Thomas hus
an excellent voice, and sang coricctly,
Mi. Tubbs san well, as also did David
Jenkins. But P. II. "W.men sang the
best of all and was entiled to the pi le.
Conductor Hauls announced that an
eisteddfod will be held at Avoca on
Febiuaiy 22. At this point Rev. J. T.
Thomas, pastor of the Bellevue Cal
vlnlstlc Methodist chinch, was made
tempoiaiy chairman of the session,
while Dr. Hauls, heaid the competi
tion on "Ymson Caiadog," a Welsh
ictltatlon, prize $4. Theie were two
speakers, Thomas James, of Bellev ue,
and Daniel Evans, of Tayloi. The
piece Is a dianiatlc Imagining of the
thoughts that troubled Caiactncus
when he was behind piison bais. Ad
judicator Hauls decided that the prize
had been won by Mi. James.
MRS. BRUNDAGE SANG.
After this adjudication Mrs. Fiank
Biundage, of Wllkes-Bane, but for
ineily of Bellevue, favoicd the audi
ence with a solo, "Tell Me My Heait,"
accompanied by Mis. D. B. Thomas.
To a heaity eneoie she lesponded with
"Good Nigllt," a delicate piece. The
adjudication on the solo was given at
this point. Mis John R. James and
Mis. Ilcniy W. Evans weie the com
petltois lor a pilze of $2 50 on the so
piano solo, "Bteudwydy Fieuhlnes."
Mis. John R. James won the pi Ize.
Conductor Hauls announced that
John II. Phillips, of Robert Monls
lodge, had otteied a piieof $1 to tho
man who would make tfie best Im
piomptu speech on a subject to be
given when the speaker came upon the
stage. This tieated moie fun than any
other thing in the eisteddfod. It al
While one speaker was on the stage
the lest weie sent out of the house.
The subject was "The Moon" Daniel
Evans, ot Taj lor, who made much fun
at the last eisteddfod, was the flist
speaker. He used the Welsh tongue
with effect. Attorney Jnmes E. Wat
kins, of Taylor, made a -veiy sensible
speech, giving the astionomlcal condi
tions of the moon nnd diawlng fioni
an excellent knowledge in his addiess.
Many otheis spoke, but Mr. Watklns
was adjudged the most woithy of the
piUe. . The adjudication on the so
piano solo was then given.
In the competition of the duet, tenor
and bass, pi Ize $3, David Jenkins and
W. J, Davis won. Thomas Thomas
and Llewellyn Jones enteied but they
did not sing the piece tluough Messis.
Jenkins and Da's Is weie given the
money. Miss Nomle Williams was ae-
compunoist. P. II. Warren, the success
ful singer in the bailtone solo contest,
lesponded to a lequest for a song. His
selection was "The Noble Boy of
Tiuth." Tho effoit was waimly ap
pi eclated by the audience Rev. D. 1'.
Jones was given piles of $3 and 11, the
111 st on an essay, topic "The Women
of Somalia," and the second on an
"englvn," subject, "Tho Child"
The final content of the eisteddfod
and the chief among the competitions,
was on the choius, "Piulse Ye The
Father," for a pi le of $23 nnd $5 ad
ditional to the suecesul conductor.
The Taylor choir sang lltst, William J.
Thomas was leadei, and Mlsu Nellie
Taylor was uecompanist The Bellevue
choir followed, Lewis Davis was lead
er and Mis. D B. Thomas accompanist
Tho two cholij were about evenly
numbered and the contest was exciting
In Ills adjudication Mi. Watklns said
that his position was a delicate one.
Ho was called upon to decide a contest
In which weie many of his friends In
both paitles. He would he honest,
however. The Taylor choir had fair In
tonation, reading fair, tempo good,
qunllty fair and fair exptesslon, Tim
sopiano and alto paits weie too open
and the tenois heultiwpd too much In
cet tain places.
The Bellevue choir weio good In eveiy
i phuse. The leading was far superior
to the other choir's, nnd the voices were
fresher and mole convincing. 'I he so
pianos weio especially fine. After this
adjudication the audience sang "Amer
ica ' and Hie "Land ot My Fathei" and
the elstcddlod was oor.
An extiaoidlnaiy uttiactlon to tho
Reiiinton public will be presented at
the Fiothlngham Monday, Jan. 4, and
Jan. r, only. The famous Robsow Bros.'
midget athletes, assisted by their Fdect
company, will appear hcio for the (list
and Inst time bcfoio their departure foi
Eutope. The Rotsow Brothels, Franz
and C'nil, the midgets who head tli
company, were born In Vienna. Finns
Is 20 years old and the eldest of 10 chll
dicn. lie is thirty Inches In height and
weighs 29 pounds. Catl, who is t,wo
yeai j younger, weighs eight pounds less
than his biotliei and Is 21 Inches tall
The Rossow Stni Specialty company
Includes tho following aitlsts Almoin
and Dumont, California musical team,
Tom riynn, the celtle entei talner and
orlglnatoi of funiiv stoilei, Buillngton
slstets. beautiful young ladles, song
and dance, the famous Casino comedy
lour; Lvneh and Jewell, leflned sketch
uitlsts, Leavltt and Nevelle, juggleis,
unci Coutuie I'urtH, Pailslan acrobntn
The engagement w 111 open Mi uduj with
a matinee at ponulai pi lees and theie
will ulso bo a matinee on Tuesdaj
A beautiful scenic presentation of the
Southern comedj-dininn, 'Coon Hol
low," will be given nt the Academy ot
Music one night, Monday, Jim 1 Tt Is
a vigoious and consistent diamu, full of
well-diitwn c h uaetcia and well devl'-ed
cllm.TAos, with comedy of a high older
Incidental to the action of the play, a
datkey jollification is shown, In which
aie Inttoduccd buck and wing dancing,
quaitotte singing and a well educated
coloied lnass band. The company this
j ear Is btter than befoie and a number
of new specialties have been lntioduced
The seeneiy Is all now.
That the management of Davis' the
ater Is keeping faith with the public Is
proven by the engagement ot Lester &
Williams' big w.tiuvaganza, "Me and
Jack," that appeals at this popular
house Mondaj, Tuesday and Wednes
day next. In addition to Lestei & Wil
liams and their eoteile of clevei com
edians Is the comingllng of pietty fuces,
enchanting music, captivating dajices,
elegant costumes and giand choiuscs
Fiom the l Ise ot the cm tain on the
Hist act to the fall of the same on the
last act, the management piomlses one
continuous lound of good, solid amuse
ment, and taken as a whole assuies a
peifounance that should 1111 tho house.
Lincoln J. Cartel's "Tho Heait of Chl
cago,"saId to be an exceptionally stiong
melodiama, will be the atti action at tho
Academy of Music Wednesday and
Thursday ot next week. "The Heait of
Chicago" is said to be exceptionally
well put on and to piesont some extia
oidlnaiy stage plctuies. As the stoiy
of the pla opens on the night of the
gi eat Chicago file, and thus nfioids a
brilliant oppoitunlty foi the Intiodue
tlon of a file the oppoitunlty Is not
wasted. The coinei of State and Mad
ison stieets befoie, dining and uftei the
flie Is shown. Old tlineis in Chicago
will leadlly iceognis'o the old landmniks
which weie lepioduced from photo
ginphs. The next lmpoitant scene rep
lesents the loot of the Masonic temple
and also shows a panoramic view of
the city to the south and west, showing
Michigan avenues State street and
Wabash avenue as fai as Tw elf til street
and the cioss stieets almost to the
NEW SMOKE PROTECTOR.
Tested Vestordiiy in tho l'icseiicc ol
Coiiiicilmcii nnd I'ircnicn.
The Miller smoke piotector was given
a test lestei day by Chief HIckey In
the piesence of a number of councllmen
and membeis of, the file depaitment at
Ai mom's smoke house on Seventh
stieet. A flie was built of gieen wood,
sawdust and bags, ci eating a soit of
smudge, and when the smoke house
was densely filled Chief Hickey and the
agent, Geoige Stoeber, donned the pio
tectois and entered and closed the door
They lemnincd for sixteen minutes
and on emeiglng lepoited that they
could have lemalned much longer with
out sulfeilng in the least for air. The
Loeb lespiiator, and Uoder helmet,
which have been descilbed befoie in
these columns weie also tested, but
neither proved to be any more elllca
clous than the simpler and far moie
Inexpensive Miller piotector.
The Miller piotector Is no linger or
heavier than a base ball mask and has
much the same appeal .nice. It Is made
of piessed leathei, has a window of
mica fiamed with aluminum, a bieith
lng npeituie into which wet sponges
aie tightly lltted and a simple valve on
one side to allow the exhaled air to es-
The time of our annual inventory is near at hand. In order to reduce our stock we offer the people of
Seranton and vicinity the opportunity of buying Dry Goods of good quality at the Lowest Prices ever quoted
in this city. The quality of every article is warranted to be as represented. Money refunded to any dissat
isfied customer. Sale commences flONDAY, JAN. 4 and continues until the goods are sold.
Unseasonable w cather has delayed tho
sale of heav Underclothing. To re
duce oui stock we offer It ut a uieat
Men's $100 Undeiwcni for 75c.
Jleu'd $1 25 Heavy Undeiweai for . SSe.
Men's 00c .lcit,e Undei wear for . ..UUe.
Ladles' 2'e. Jeisey Itlbbed for 21c.
Ladle-' u5c. Jersej Hlbbed lor 25c.
Ladles' r.Oc Jersey Klbbed for ... -lie.
Ladles' DOc. Flat Undei wear lot ...:ii)c.
Ladles' $1.00 Natuial Wool foi 7Dc.
Ladlet," $1 23 Nutiual Wool lor $1 00
A liiifre asdoitinent of combination
suits lit gicatly l educed pi Ices.
Cotton, Cotton and Wool Mixed and
If good goods and low prices are attractive this will be the greatest sale of
in this city. Everything just as stated or money refunded.
cape. It Is male nlr tight by a filngo
of l ubber nnd held In place In the snmc
manner us a base ball mask.
Sccect Councllmcn Durr, Burns, Fra
ble mid Scluoedcr; Common Council
men Noonc nnd Simon Thomas and
Dlnlilct HnglncoiB Schwnss, Win like
and other llicincn ptcrent expicssed
themselves an hlshly pleased w llh the
piotector and Joined In urging Chief
Hlckcy to secure a supply for the de
paitment. ZERO WAS TilE MAGNET.
Attracted I'ulh l'ii;liteeii Hundred
Persons to Duvls' Thcntei.
"Keio" was the magnet that attracted
fully 100 pel sons to Davis' theater
yesteidaj. In the afternoon the cap
acity of the house wai taxed and at
night hundicds had to bo tinned away
nftci evei available nlch of space In
the Uvatei bad been utilized.
"Zero" 1 a very entei talnlng tillle,
Is filled with good specialties and Is just
the kind of an attiaetion to please a
holiday ci ow d. The audlc nces that haw
It csterda .it Havls' weie cetlulnlv
FRANK SPENCER WON.
I'livntc Shooting .'Intili IScur tin
Siotiud Woods (steuln.
A pilvate shooting match at pigeons
took :lacc In the leni ot the Round
Wood csterday afternoon The pai
tlclpants weie Di. W E Allen, Di.
H 1' Longslreot, Flank Sponeei, E H
Lnde and Thoinus V Lewis.
Mi. Spencer won, killing twent-flve
blids sti night. Tom Lewis klleld 21
out of 2".; Dr. Allen killed 21 out of 23;
Mr Ljndo biought down 19 out or 2"i,
and Coionei Longstieot missed only
one out of 19
To Cmo 11 Cold 111 One I)u.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money it it
falls to cuie. 25 cents.
Another year is' before
ns. A j-ear that promises
renewed prosperity. We
shall strive to make it a
3ear of bargain-giving
even better than that
just closed. Why not
start by buying a watch
that will correctly mark
the fleeting minntes ?
HOW IS THIS?
Gold Filled Case,
Warranted 15 Years,
Warranted for Time.
303 Lacka. Ave.
Why let jour homo and business be destroy
ed through strong drink or morphinw when
j ou can bo ourod in four vvooUa at tho Ktoloy
Institute, 729 MHillaon avonuo Hcrattton, Po.
The Cur WUI Bear Investigation.
all Wool, at a big maiK down from
tut met pi lees.
lively lady In the county knows that
vie keep tho, most htjllbh diess goods.
Wo have inail.ed down out until u stock
and oftei :
All tl 50 mid $.'00 goods foi OSc.
All 5d 00 and $1.25 t,oods for 75c.
All 750. goods toi 29c.
All C0c toods foi 27c
A laige line of plain and flgmed
Gcimaii lSlack Goods:
All $150 goods for $100
All $123 goods lor 93c.
All $1 00 goods for 75c.
All 73c goods lor 59c.
This hi the opportunity ot tho season
to buy a stylish, Imudhome dress of
415, 417 Lackawanna
Knows tlint- the dccorntlons of her
dinner tabic will bo tcgarded ns
t cllcctitit; iter good taste nnd
judgment. An artistic nnd hand
home Dinner Set will add much
to the etlect. How much Iicttet
jour Haw Year's dinner will
taste with white tulilc linen and
dainty dishes. We can furnish
the dishes at any price jott want
to pay. Com: iu and look Hi t? in
MILLAR & PECK,
131 Wj owing Avenue.
Walk in and look around.
If j on havo any Dontal Work you want done
jou will s ivo inonoy by setting mo bofoio go
ing olsemhure. When I ny I am Inserting
GOLD AND SILVER FILLINGS
Guaranteod to Bavo tho teeth from furthor
doca), I mean it Iain dolnn tho vory host
duntal work at lower prices tban others and
can niovo it by calling at my oftlec Exami
nation costs j ou nothing if you want a gold
ci own or
TEETH WITHOUT A PLATE
Callod Crown and Bridge Work. Uomembor,
Imalto only ono qrade tho very beat 221v.
gold and good vn eight and tho price is right.
Oi. BARRETT, DENTIST
316 Spruce Street,
Next Door to Hotel Jermyn
Toil can save money by buying specta
cles of Sllverstonc, the ee specialist, at
309 Lackawanna avenue, onely ono flight
over the Lehigh Valley ticket olllco. Tha
following prices will satisfy jou that they
are tho cheapest In tho city: Solid gold
rlmmed spectacles at $3 50 per pair; filled
bows at $2; nlckle bows from 00c. to $1.50;
aluminum bows from 75c. to $2 00; colored
glasses from 23c. to $1 25. We hav o a largo
line of reading glasses, the best In the
market, at 25c. per pair. Opera and mag
nlflng glasses nt reduced prices. Of
fico hours, 8 a. m. to 12m.; 1 to 6 p. m.
Remember that your eyes will bo exam
ined freo and satisfaction is guaranteed.
School of Music, 5:0 Spruce St
Mrs. Katharine Thiele,
Voice Training, Solo Singing
Violin, Piano, 'Cello ensemble. Both
teachers at celebrated Scharwcnka
Conservatory, New York. Also other
competent teachers engaged. Mr. Thiele
is the successor to the lat:
the best mntcilul at the pi Ice of ojdln
aiy diets goods.
AVp offer leiniirkable bai gains In all
Muslins, Hhei'tlngs, Cullcoes, Gliigliatns,
etc. Pel haps nevei ugain will you huve
the oppoitunlty of bujlng these goods
nt such low pi ices.
Dc flood T)i own Muslin for .,.,
7c Atlantic A short lengths foi
7c Jonesv lilt-, very heavy for .,
7c. lludley, vei line toi
He liest Lockwood, C-l, 1'. C. Mus
lin, loi Sc.
13c Hist Lockwood, C-4, 1. C. MllB
llu foi 10c
a m Bmu toHajn
We offer about 50 Boys'
3-picce Suits (short pants),
sizes 12 to 16 years, at al
These ''Suits are, tieavy
weight, nice mixtures, and
formerly sold for $7.00, 8.00
To Be Found
In the City.
And About Moll Tailor Prices.
416 LACKAWANNA AVENUL
T I CjKL CO,
Gas, Plumbing and
Electric Light Wiring.
HOT WATER HEATING
434 LACKAWANNA AVE,
lCc Best Lockwood, 8-1, Sheeting
Muslin for 12Vic
ISc. Uest Lockwood, 9-4, Sheeting
Muslin for 14c.
20c. Uest Lockwood, 10-1, Sheeting
Muslin for lCc.
5c. CJood Apian Gingham for 3'o.
5c. Good i'l lilts loi J'ic
liest Indigo Ulue Prints, lor J'ijc.
Cc Good Muslin for 4c.
Clio, riliest Muslin for 5e .
7c Hill Muslin for D.e
7c. LoneMlnle .Muslin lor &i.
7c. Piult Muslin for o'io.
12c LoeUwood, 5-1, 1' C Muslin for . 9c.
14c Lockwood, fi-4, 1'. C. Muslin for .lie1.
13c. Lockwood, 50-Inch Muslin tor 10c.
17c Lockwood, S-l Sheeting lor .... 14c.
20c Lockwood, 9-1 Sheeting for .... ICo.
22( Lockwood, 10-1 Sheeting for....lSc
Dry Goods ever occurring