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'HIE SOttANTCXSr TIMBUITE-TIIU RSDAT MOKUING, .TATNTUAT1Y T, 185)7.
New Year Cards,
Pocket Diaries, 1897,
Peloulict'.s Notes on tlie
Sunday School Lessons, 1SDT.
Deep cut In prices
all this week
on ail Holiday Articles,
Toys, (iaincs, Blackboards, Desks,
Toilet Cases and Fancy Articles,
Holiday Hooks and Taney Stationery,
at very large reductions,
to clear out balances.
Bargains for New Year presents.
322 Lackawanna Ave.
The use of Shavings for bedding
lor horses or cows is not
. But put up liko straw in
Cheaper Than Straw,
Cleaner Than Straw,
Uetter Than Straw.
Wo keep it.
Tlie Weslon Hil Co
SCrUHTON, OLYPHANT, CARBDMDiLE
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
EXTRACTION OP TEETH WITH
"ANAESTIIEN'E." FINEST DEN
TAL WOKIC IN THE CITY.
DRS, HENWOOD & WARDELL
3!6 LflCKAWANN ME.
ANOTHER INSURANCE SUIT.
Industrial olWewark ! Sued by Mrs.
Anna lieoh, cil'.ll inonkii.
The Pnited States Industrial Insur
ance company of Newark, N. J., was
9 yc ito'iduy made defendant in a suit for
$00 instituted by Anna Kuosh, of
lUInookn, through Attorney K. C. New
comb. Mrs. Keogh aveis that her unele In
sured himself Willi the defendant
company In tlie sum of $.ri00,iiiukiiiK
the policy payable to her and Kivlntr it
into her possession. Soon after the
death of the insured, an agent of the
company, she says, came to her house
and secured the policy and receipt
book by representing that it was nec
essary to send them on to the home
olllce before the money could be sent
to her. Tlie only thlnff she has heard
from the company since is that the
claim lias been settled with one of her
The Industrial Is the company which
recently brought suit for slander in
tlie sum of SSO.OOO against one of its
ex-agents who said that the company
did not pay its claims.
P00L0TZ ARRESTED IN THIS CITY.
Is Wanted in Kxetcr Itoroiigh lor
Desertion of His Family.
For nearly a month Andrew Poolotz
has been wanted by the authorities in
Exeter on the charge of desertion of
his family, the warrant being Issued at
the instance of John Toohey, of that
place. The warrant for 1'oolotK's ar
rest has been In the hands of Chief
Holding, of this city, since Dec. 10, and
yesterday afternoon the man was lo
cated near the corner of Penn and
Lackawanna avenues by Patrolman
Palmer. He was immediately placed
Poolotz will probably he taken to Ex
eter to day, as Justice of tile Peace
McCawley, who Issued the warrant for
his arrest, has been notified that he Is
in the custody of the Scnyiton police.
Kvorythiiig .Host Co
at the great auction sale at Davldow
Bros., 217 Lackawanna avenue.
Is he wvhose
most attractive of
Dogs if you want
shape toe if you
There's no other Win
ter Shoe like Our Tan
410 Spruce Street.
FIVE THOUSAND FOR
EACH OF TWO KISSES
Is the Price Afrs. Emma May
Bradlsli Wants to Obtain.
SIIH HAS SUED SANFORD QRANT
Her Story is to (lie Kll'oct Unit (Jrnnt
Pinioned Her Arms in u Corridor of
tliu American Houso on I'tunl; I In
Avoniio mid Kissed Ilor on the Lins
and on tliu Clieel;--I)i:tiuls of tlio
Story Thill Shu Itelntcs.
JIl-H. Kinnin Mdy Urndlsh, wife of T.
A. HrndlHh, u truvelliiK photoKrnpher,
yi'Hterdny sued Sanford ("limit for $10,
000 for kissing her twice, first on the
lips and the second time on the chock.
The nssault, for bucIi .Mrs. 1 J radish
declares it was, took place on Dec. I
last In the American house, on Frank
lin avenue. The home of the Hradlshs
Is in Utlca, N. v. ' ut they were real-
Ki m i
MHS. EMMA MAY BKOD1SH.
dents of Scranton for several months
wlille Uradlsh and his partner, Itlch
ter, took Interior views of oillces,
photographs of buildings, etc., in mis
city and Its vicinity. They left yester
day afternoon for Wllkes-llarre, which
Is their present headquarters.
Mrs. Ilradlsh is a petite and some
what pretty yenmg woman of 24, with
expressive eyes and face that Indi
cates brightness and Intelligence, In
demeanor she is modest and retiring,
(.rant, the defendant, is a handsome,
dashing young man of ' or 20, and Is
well known about town. He Is the pos
sessor of a snug Income and Is not at
present engaged In any particular
business. He spent some time u tlie
west, returning late In the fall and
since then has been frequently seen
about town. Ills grandfather was
Sanford Grant, one of Scranton's most
prominent and progressive citizens in
her early days. His father died some
years ago, leaving to his wife and two
children a quantity of the most valu
able real estate In the city, some of
which has been disposed of at fancy
prices during the last few years.
.MUS. DHADISHS' STORY.
The story of the kissing, as told by
Mrs. Uradlsh Is as follows: On Dec. 1
she was living with her husband at the
American hotel on Franklin avenue.
His partner, itlchter, and wife, lived
across the street, liradlsh and Klehter
were In Carbondale on the night of
Dee. 4, and Mrs. .ehter joined Mrs.
Uradlsh at the American house to keep
her company. The liradlshs' owned a
valuable dog, which showed signs of
Illness early In tlie evening, and Mrs.
Uradlsh left word with the clerk of the
hotel to send Herman Cohen, one of her
husband's employes, to her room when
he came In, that she might instruct
him to have the dog cared for. Cohen
soon afterwards appeared and seeing
the condition of tlie dog, decided to
obtain a veterinary surgeon to at
He obtained Dr. John M. Courtrlght,
and Sanford Grant accompanied the
doctor and Cohen to the floor on which
Mrs. llradlsh's room was located. The
dog was lying in the' hallway and Mrs.
Uradlsh came out of her room to de
scribe its symptoms. Mrs. Rlchtor
was in bed. The doctor, having ex
amined the dog, went downstairs to
get some necessary remedies, and
Grant asked Mrs. Uradlsh and Cohen
to have something to drink. She de
clares that they both refused to drink,
but nevertheless Grant went down
stairs and got two glasses of beer and
brought them up, at the same time
sending Cohen down for cigars. Grant
and Mrs. Uradlsh were then alone in
the corridor and she alleges that he
grabbed her and pinioned her arms,
KISSED HER TWICE.
Having thus rendered her nowerless
to defend herself, she says that Grant
kissed her on the lips and civ;ek. He
then somewhat relaxed his hold and
she tore herself away from him and
fled into her room. Ten minutes later
she asked who was outside; a voice
replied, "the doctor." She opened tlie
door slightly and Grant's head at once
appeared through the aperture. Mrs.
Uradlsh slammed the door in ills face
and she did not afterward hear any
thing from him that night.
The next day she says she told her
husband that Grant had Insulted her,
and when the two men mot in tlie olllce
of the hotel later in the day a light
took place, during which Uradlsh had
a linger broken. lie swore out n war
rant for Grant's arrest and on Dec. 7
Alderman Millar held tlie nccused in
bail for his appearance at court. The
case was heard yesterday by the grand
Mr. Grant denies having tnken part
In the kissing episode so minutely and
graphically described by Mrs. Urad
lsh, and says that it is a put-up job
for the purpose of blackmailing him.
He says he will be able to prove his
entire innocence of the charge.
ARRANGING FOR A CONCERT.
It Will Re Given Under tho Auspices
of II. It. V. M. C. A.
The railroad department of the
Young Men's Christian association, un
der whose auspices the "Messiah" was
rendered last year, Is planning for a
concert In the Frothlngham on .Mon
day evening, Feb, l, to bo given by a
quartette of vocalists which is un
doubtedly the finest In America, The
quartette Is inude up of T. Henry Mo
Kinley. tenor Cnrl E. Dul'ft, bass-barl-touu;
Kathrln Ullke, soprano, and Mary
Loulso Clary, contralto,
Mr. McKlnley unci Miss Hllke sang
the tenor and soprano solos in the
"Messiah" last year, and their worlc
received tho most favorable criticism
of the music, lovers of this city. Mr.
McKlnley has a more than national
reputation, having achieved a llutter-
I ing degree of success in England Uur-
&fM h It
H& 1' ''
i ii i i
lug n two yearn' visit to that country.
Mnry Louise Clary is n contralto
whose work has attracted much atten
tion during the pnst few years. The
L'ulsvllle Courier-Journal In a recent
criticism of Miss Clary's singing, said;
"There was not one in the lt. so who
did not enthusiastically endow the
verdict of the enstern press and pu -'e
that Miss Clary is tlie greatest of u
American contraltos. Those who le
membor Annie Louise Cary In her
"prime heard here a successor who
worthily wears the laurels Which so
long crowned the brow of 'that great
Carl K. Duftt Is a bass-baritone who
has long been n favorite with the New
York public. His singing Is In the
highest degree artistic and ills voice
rich and ilexlble. It Is safe to say that
the coming of this quartette will create
a stir atiionu the lovers of good music
In the city, and the enterprise of the
rnllroad department will no doubt meet
Willi hearty support, A' list of the
patronesses will be published In it few
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Ohauncpy A, Reynolds and the
Mlsfes Reynolds gave a tea from 4 to C
o'clock yesterday at their home, 137 Wy
oming avenue. They received with Mm.
Reynolds' niece and sister, Miss Iteynuldn,
of Kingston, and Mrs. Ci. (1. Williams, of
New York city. In serving and enlor
tuilillig they were assisted by Miss Merrill,
the Misses Matthews, Miss Jermyn, the
Misses Reynolds, of Snnderson avenue;
Mrs. Itogers Israel and Mrs. James P.
Dickson. In the tasteful deemiitlons of
tlie rooms, pink was. the prevailing color.
In St. Peters' cathedral on Tuesday ev
ening, at fl.yi 'o'clock, Michael Lynott. of
North Sminton, was married to .Miss Nel
lie Ciimminus, oft central city. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Peter Ly
nott, a cousin of the groom. Many peo
ple were present to wltupss tlie ceremony.
A reeentlon was held later In the even
ing In the bride's home. Mr. Lynott i a
traveling salesman for M. J. Kelly, the
cracker man'-facturer, and Is wed and
favorably known In this vicinity. Mr. -ind
Mrs. Lynott left town early yesterday
morning for an extensive wedding tour.
Airs. Calvin Royholl and the Misses Roy
bolt were formally at home yesterday.
It was their llrst receiving day according
to the recent announcement of .heir
Wednesday's nt home.
Captain W. A. -May was In New York
Optician H. 11. Twining, of Penn ave
nue, Is home from Philadelphia.
Ex-Sherlft II. P. Carter, of Wilkes
Harre, was in this city yesterday.
Mrs. Henry Wolf and daughter, of South
Amboy, N. J., are visiting .Mrs. Roos, of
Cl'l Pine street.
' Chief Clerk Wagner, of the county com.
inisstoners' olllce, is ill at his home, In
the Tenth ward.
C. W. Wlsner, of Warwick, N. Y., Is be
ing entertained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. II. W. Kingsbury.
Mrs. K. 1). Scott and Joseph C. Egan,
of Jersey City, who attended here the
funeral of Attorney J. D. Regan, have re
.1. A. Simon, manager, and George Ash
ley and J. W. Caldwell, members of the
"Heart of Chicago" company, aie regis
tered at the Westminster.
Registered at the Hotel Jermyn yester
day were: M. Frledlander, of Hazleton;
A. U. Constrin, of Wllkes-Uarre; II. P.
Carter, of Wllkes-Iiane; J. E. Burr, of
Carbondale; Theodore Hedford, of Car
bondale, and John Allen, of "Allentown,
Every lady In the county knows that
we keep the most stylish dress goods.
Wo have marked down our entire stock
All $l.r,0 nnd $2.00 goods for OSc.
All $1.00 and $1.25 goods for 75c.
All 75e. goods for S9c.
All 50c. goods for 27c.
A large line of plain and ligured Ger
man Diack Goods:
All $1.50 goods for $1.00
All $1.2." goods for fl.lc.
All $1.00 goods for 75c.
All 75o. goods for 5'Jc.
MEA11S & HAGEN
NO FEATHERS ON THEM.
.11 r. Quiiiu mid Mrs. l'innerty Declare
They Stole So Geese or Chickens.
Just before Christmas, It would ap
pear from papers filed in Protlionotary
Pryor's olllce, yesterday, some foul
were stolen Irom one Nora Dempsey,
of Johnson's Patch. Mrs. Uridget Mel
ody, u resident of that classic neigh
borhood, for some reason which Is not
made apparent in tlie papers, formed
In her mind the conclusion that tlie
stealing was done by Thomas Qulnn
and that lie was aided and abetted
In the fowl deed by Uridget Flnnerty.
At nil events, she, it is alleged, in
a public place and at divers times, In
a loud voice declared of Mrs. Flnnerty
that "she plucked and cooked and
helped to eat the goose of Nora Demp
sey. Then at another place una time
and with the same sonorousness of
tone but In unmeasured verse tnid of
Thomas Qulnn: "You stole the geese.
You are a chicken thief. You are he
one who stole the chickens and geese.
Tommy stole the chickens and tlie
geese and ate them."
For all of this Mrs. Flnnerty and
Mr. Qulnn claim they were basely
slandered nnd through Atorney M. A.
McGlnley tiny seek to recover $1,000
apiece from their accuser.
FORDIIAM-Tn Scranton, Pa., Jan. C, 1SS7,
at 12 m.. Mrs. Isabel L. Fordham, re
lict of the late John II. Fordham, at her
home, Sanderson avenue, In the soventy
second year of her age. Funeral Friday
at 1 p. m., from residence.
GHINEY In Scranton. Pa., Elizabeth
(Jlbiiey, 2 months and C days of age,
daughter of Sir. and Sirs. Wlll'am Oib
ney, of 2U3 North Everett avenue. Fu
neral this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Inter
ment In Hyde Park Catholic cemcteiy.
JUDGE In Scranton, Pa., Jan. fi, 1S97, at
it.30 p. m., .Mrs. Agnes Judge, at the resi
dence of her mother, Sirs. Patrick Can
non, 127 Railroad avenue. Funeral an
KILLDrFl' In Dunmore. Pa., Jan. fi,
1&U7, John Klllduff, aged 22 years. Fu
neral from his late residence, on Wal
nut street, Thursday morning at 10
o'clock. Interment In St. Jlary's Cath
nave you a house,
hum ur anything
to rent ?
linve you any real
estate fur sale?
Ilae you lost or
Do you want to
rent a house?
Do you want a
house eepvr or
Do you want to
buy or sell unv
thing? IP SO, try u
"wont ad." In
MRS. FRANCES SWAN
In Chicago, to llcr Former Husband's
Brother, James Swan.
CEREA10NY QUIETLY CONDUCTED
None of ,1Irs. Swan's Sisters were
l'roNont--Cnrls of Announcement
Will Ho Delivered Todny --Mr.
Swim Is a Itunl Kstute Asfrnt ill
Chicago Where Thuy Will I'lohnhlv
Reside Cor u Shurt Timc--llcr
Prominent Public Ollicc.
Mrs. Frances H. Swnn, probably tlie
best known of Sernnton's women
prominent In public life, sind who has
gained much recent prominence
through her service os u member of the
boaid of poor directors, was married
in Chicago yesterday to James Swn.n.
He Is n brother of Mrs. Swan's first
huband. DeWltt Swan, a member of
illtri. JAS1E3 SWAN.
the old firm of Swan, Price & Howartli,
of this city. lie died Sept. 1G, U'J0,
The marriage took place at noon at
the Lexington hotel, Chicago. Rev.
William Swan, of Maryland, a brother
of Mrs. Swan's llrst and her present
husband, was the olllclatlng clergy
man. Probably none of Mrs. Swan's inti
mate' friends knew that the marriage
was going to take place, though it was
known to her mother, Sirs. Peter
Hlume, and her three sisters, Sirs. W.
W. Ives, who is tlie wive of Dr. Ives;
Mrs. Edward Ives and Sirs. William
Keiser, all of whom reside In Scranton.
CARDS OF ANNOUNCEMENT.
Cards of announcement were mailed
In this city last night and will be de
livered this morning.
Sir. Swan Is engaged In the real es
tate business In Chicago. None of
Sirs. Swan's sisters attended the wed
ding. She lias two brothers who live
in the west, George, at Topeka, Kail.,
and Hurton, at Chicago.
Sirs. Swan is the poor director rep
resenting the Ninth, Tenth and Seven
teenth wards. She was appointed by
Judge Archbald early In 1S'.)0 to (ill tlie
vacancy caused by the death of John
Stewart. Her husband was the person
named In the petitioners of tho dis
trict, but- as there developed some op
position to him, Judge Archbald ap
pointed the wife.
The selection of a woman for so pub
lic and responsible an olllce was as sen
sational as It was novel, but each fea
ture was soon lost sight of when It was
seen with what success nnd avidity
Sirs. Swan arose to the responsibilities
and Intricacies of tlie trust.
She was quick to grasp the routine
and methods of the board und asked no
favors on account of Iter sex from fol
AN ENERGETIC MEMBER.
When the unexpired term of Mr.
Stewart, tlie deceased member, ended,
she was re-appolnted. Up to the pres
ent no member of the board has wield
ed a greater influence than she, and no
one has been more successful In carry
ing out personal Ideas. She Is a, mem
ber of the important committee of or
ganization, the home committee, and of
tlie committee' on wills.
Sirs. Swan and her husband will In
all probability go to tho Pacific slope
and remain there until Slareh. Sir.
Swan suffered an attack of pneumonia
sonic time ago and tho effect of slope
climate in completely restoring Ills
health will In a measure decided where
there future residence will be.
A close friend of Sirs. Swan said last
night that she will return to this city
In March and serve out her term on the
poor board. She 1ms a little over a.
year yet to serve.
RAN AGAINST THE HOUSE.
Traction Company Car Damngcd tin;
Ginvity House It Is Alleged.
One night last fall a car on the
Siooslc line of tlie Scranton Traction
company ran away on tlie Stark's
Patch hill and jumping the trade on
tho curve at the foot of the hill dashed.
Into a house, knocking down u fence,
a cherry tree and part of a porch be
fore coming to a standstill. A number
of tlie passengers were hurt und one
of them, Sllss Mary Moran, of the
West Side, has a case for damages
now pending in the courts.
Yesterday the owners of tlie houso
which arrested the car's wild career,
Mrs. Uridget Garvey, Sllss Uridget
Garvey, John Garvey, Michael Gar
vey, Annie Garvey, Slaggie Summon
and Mary Sammuu, through O'Htien
,- Kelly, brought suit In trespass
against tlie oiupany to recover the
damages which their property, they
allege, sustained thereby. The amount
of the cluini has not us yet been llled,
MAHON WAS WILD.
llcut His Wile, Wrecked His Homo
mid Wus Arrested.
The sound of i woman's cries and
the crashing of furniture early last
evening brought neighbors to the houso
of William Million on Phelps street.
The Interior of tlie houso was a wreck.
Chairs, dishes and tubles had passed
through a course of harsh treatment
at Mulion'H hands. He was wild drunk
and In his crazlness had beaten his
The neighbors subdued the man und
sent for tlie police who gave I1I111 a
ride in the patrol wagon. He will ex
plain to Mayor llalley this morning.
Tho following Is a list of display cards
kept In stock nt this oillco und for
sale at ten cents each:
Itoonis for rent.
This property for sale.
House for rent.
House to lot, etc.
Ww t mm
i$2 ' ' !J' 'ffm
WINTON SCHOOL HOARD AGAIN.
Tn Collector lt(ilii.es to Turn Over
I'uiuls to i ,"ev Collector.
And the end is not yet in the Win
ton school muddle. Tlie McAndrew
board in whoso favor Judge Archbald
decided in the recent case-stuted, met
nnd organized with L'ugene Taylor as
the fifth member. J. H. Sclinerr was
elected treasurer. James J. Lawler,
the tax collector of tlie district, refus
es to recognize the board on the ground
that Kleleher's case has not been fln
nlly passei) upon and refuses to turn
over tlie funds to Treasurer Sclinerr.
' Yesterday Messrs. Torrey and Pow
derly, attorneys for the McAndrew
board, petitioned nnd secured from
court an alternative mandamus direct
ing Lawler to turn over Ills collections
to Sclinerr. Tlie rule is made return
able Jan. 10.
MILLS START UP TODAY.
Nothing Definite, Concerning the
S.i'tifjtlj Dl'Tlmo-Work Will Ln(.
This morning tho Soutli mill of Hie
Lnckawanna Iron "and Steel company
will start up giving employment to
about 1,600 men.
It Is impossible to say how long work
will continue. General Manager Weh
rum says It will bo kept In operation as
long as sufllelcnt orders can be ob
tained to kee;i the workmen employed.
BEN IIUR SPECTACLE.
Airs. II. J. Anderson, Director, Has
Selected the Cfiaperoncs A Most
Mrs. II. J. Anderson has accepted tlie
direction of tlie Hen Ilur production
that Is to be given in the Frothlngham
on Jan. 20, 21 and 22 for the beuellt of
the summer home of the Men's guild
of St. Luke's Episcopal church. For
I'haperones of the groups of characters
In tlie dances, tableaux, etc., Sirs. An
derson lias selected the following:
Priestesses of Apollo Sirs; William T.
Smith, Sirs. James Archbald, Sirs. Heniy
Nymphs of Daphne Mrs. J. Hon Dlm
mlck, Sllss Jennie Reynolds, Sirs. W. W.
Scranton, Sirs. Charles S. Weston.
Arabian Girls Sirs. Hverett Warren,
Mrs. H. W. Kingsbury.
Egyptian Maidens Sirs. II. P. Simpson,
Sirs. A H. Slnrrs.
Sprites and ltutterllles Mrs. Frank Jer
myn, Sirs. Charles It. Parke.
Naiads Sirs. George Hallstead, Sirs. H.
Palmer Kellogg, who will drill the
performers, is in the city and will
begin work as soon as Is completed the
selection of the ladies and gentlemen
for the different groups. The selecting
has been progressing very favorably.
The rehearsals will bo conducted in
St. Luke's parish looms, 122 Washing
Tlie charity which is hack of the Hen
Ilur production is positively non-sectarian
In Its character. The Summer
Home of the Men's guild Is not de
signed for paupers, but for several
years has nccommodated during the
heated season scores of deserving poor
women and their children, people who
are not subjects for the poor authori
ties but who are, nevertheless, deserv
ing objects of care and attention.
The Summer Home has been a boon
to tlie Scranton poor district in having
saved It from having as charges the
class of people strengthened by an
outing and fitted to support them
selves. Hon Ilur deserves and will probably
receive the support that has been given
the kirmesses. Certainly no Scranton
charity is more open in Its nnn-sectnr-lanlsm,
and tio Scranton charity per
forms a similar kind of work.
at the great 'auction sale of diamonds,
watches, jewelry, silverwa.re, clocks,
etc , at Davldow Pros., 217 Lacku. avo.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
fulls to cure. 25 cents.
Is here to get a Work
Basket for a song. Two
or three hundred are to
be closed out. We are
going to drop this line
and to get them out of
the way at once. The
prices will be little.
15c. to 3.
303 Lacka. Ave.
Why let your boms and business be destroy,
od through strong drink or morphlno. when
roil can ho cured In four weeks at tbo Keoley
ttiHtltutn. 713 Mudlaon nvnnue Scranton. Pa.
I HieCuro Will Bear lovcstlgatloo.
hi In I
Knows that tlie decorations of her
dinner tabic will tic regarded as
rcllcctltit; her y,ood taste and
judgment. An artistic and hand
some Dinner Set will add much
to the effect. How much better
jour New Year's dinner win
taste with white tabic linen and
dainty dishes. We con furnish
the dishes at smy price you want
to pay. Come in and look Ihcni
MILLAR & PECK,
131 Wyoming Avenue.
Walk in and look around.
You can save money by buying specta
cles of Sllvcrstone, the eye specialist, nt
SOD Lackawanna avenue, onely ono flight
over the Lehigh Valley ticket office. The
following prices will satisfy you that they
are tho cheapest In tho city: Solid gold
rlmmed spectacles at $3.E0 per pair; filled
bows at $2: nlcklo bows from COo. to $1,50;
aluminum bows from 73c. to $2.00; colored
glasses from 23c. to $1.23. We havo a lnrso
lino of reading glasses, tho best In the
market, at 23c, per pair. Opera and mag
nifying glasses at reduced prices. Of
fice hours, 8 a. m. to 12m.; 1 to 0 p. m.
Remember that your eyes will bo exam,
lned free and satisfaction Is guaranteed.
School of Music, 520 Sprues St
Airs. Katharine Thiele,
Voice Training, Solo Singing
Violin, Piano, 'Cello ensemble. Both
teachers at celebrated Scharwenka
Conservatory, New York. Also other
competent teachers engaged. Mr. Thiele
is the successor to the late
II DCilT TU
Has Moved to till New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on aide next to First National
Lank, lie bus now in a
Comprising everythlnjr requisite for flno .
Merchant Tailoring. And the same can
be ahown to ndvanta-,'o in his uplen-
diuly fitted up rooms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to All Readers of The Trlb.
line to Call on "OLD RELIABLE" in His
New Business Home
tlOOlllS I AND 2, C0M1TH Bl'fffij,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT JI003IC AND RUBH
LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO'9
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Klcctrio Ilntterlos, Kloctrle KsDlodori, for ox
plodhig blasts, Safety r'usu, und
Repauao Chemical Co. 's
ON THE LINE OF THt
are located tho tlnost fishing nnd hunting
Grounds In the world. Descriptive boo lea
on application. Tlckuts to nil points In
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces,
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Guattlo, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San
First-Glass Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throusht trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may bo had with second-class tickets.
Rates always less than via other linos.
For further information, time tables, etc..
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, G. E. A..
353 Broadway, New York.
WOLF & WENZtiL,
531 Linden., Opp. Court lions;,
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Solo Agents for Richardson Coyuton's
Furnaces aud Ituugos.
400-402 Lackawanna Aye,,
Opp, Wyoming House.
We havo 10,000 Dollars worth of
JACKirra. capks, shpahatk skirts
AN'I) TllIMJini) HATS, nnd In order to
dispose of them In time not to carry them
over, we will not wait until March, as
others do before they really reduce their
prices to any extent.
We have already put the knife Into our
prices and cut them right Into half.
Not a single garment can you find In our
handsome, cheerful and well lighted store
that docs not come up to the. full stand
ard in regard to STYLK and QUALITY.
Uur stole Is lighted not by gas, or uny
other light that makes your garment look
one way In the store and another when
you get home. Our store Is lighted by
NATl'ltAL DAY LIGHT und with
1'LK.NTY of It.
We handle NO TRASH. If you want
trish, then go elsewhere and you'll Und
plenty or It there. We handle K1NR goods
only, and would not keep In our storo
anything that Is not ''INK IN QUALITY
and Ul'-TO-DATK in style, even If wtf
could never sell a garment.
Is Our Hotto.
It Is only nix weeks since we have
opened our store, and we can confidently
say that we have, during that time, mndo
more friends than all other cloak stores
during so many years.
Goods Cheerfully Exchanged,
Perfect Fit tiiiurantecd.
No Extra Charge.
You save from 23 to r,0 cents on tho dol
lar as to price by buying your Cloaks and
Trimmed Hats of us besides being suro
that you uro getting good goods of tho
latest style and best workmanship.
400.402 LACKA. AVE,,
OPP. WYOMINU HOUSE.
Cor. Lackawanna and Wyoming 'Aves
To Be Found
In the City.
And About Half Tailor Prices.
m LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Gas, Plumbing and
Electric Light Wirhig.
HOT WATER HEATING
434 LACKAWANNA AVE,
Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens,
Fresh Every Dity.
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