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THE SCRANTCXN TB1BUNE-THURSDAY MORN INTO, FEBRUARY 1?, 1897.
Faille's Wh'st Hoards, latest and besL
Wc hae all sizes and stylc3.
Also Whist Cards; In large variety,
by the pack or by the dozen.
Games )f amusements, all sorts,
for old and joting people.
Blank Account Books,
all sorts and all sizes, from
the vest pocket mciu. to the
largest Ledger, for all soils business.
Statlonety, everything desirable
, for the oflicc, desk or counter,
all the standard sorts and novelties,
Choice Stationery for ladles' use.
Engraving and Printing to order
of Calling Cards and Invitations
on shot t notice and right prices.
See our Specimens and get prices.
l'ancj Goods at greatly reduced prices,
Bargains 'in several Hues
to reduce stock.
322 Lackawanna Ave.
If 'buckwheat floor
We Ever Had in the Mill.
Wholesale It. iff
The Weston Mill Co
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
EXTRACTION OP TEETH WITH
"ANAESTHENE." TINEST DEN
TAL WORK IN THE CITY.
DRS. HEN WOOD & WARD ELL
316 LACKAWANN1 AVE.
Mlts Dale, of Qulncy avenue, will give
a tea on Saturday.
Mr. and Mr. Walter Moisc, of Bingham
ton, arc at the Hotel Jeimn.
Miss Mabel Wright, of Kingston, Is the
guest of lllbs Edith Softley, of MulueiJ
Miss Edith Homin, of Rutherford, X
J., Is lslting Miss Maggie Gould, of Clay
Mnor's Secretary R. J. Beamish re
turned last night from a thiee-day 'visit
In New York city.
Messrs Willis Kemmerer and Edwaul
rilttenbender are at the ulcjcle show In
Madison Square gaiden.
.lames B. McTlghe, of Caruondale, has
returned home after a week's visit with
his cousin, Mr. T. P. Walsh.
E I! Sturgcs starts for Egypt tomoriow.
Miss Stuiges and two of lur friends will
go with him Mi. Sturges will lslt the.
lnterloi. The party -will icturn In sK
The man Inge of Miss Florence De Mun
and Attorney II. S Alworth will tnko
place at noon today In St. Luke's chuich.
Miss Louella Williams, of Jellerson ave-
tiue, leaves todav for Cleveland, wheie slie
will visit Miss Kathaiine Hough
L B Stlllwell, originally of Seranton,
assistant manager of the Westinghouse
Electilc company at Pittsburg, has ac
cepted the position of electrical diiector
of the Niagara Light and Powei companv.
His htadquarteis will be at NIagaia Fulls.
THE PUBLIC INTERESTED.
Ijurgo Crouds Arc Attracted to the
Hamster Co.'s Shoe Sale.
The laige crowd of buyers -who
thronged the Banister Shoe company's
stoic, corner Lackawanna, and "Wyom
ing; avenues, since the opening on Sat
uidav last, aie moie than pleased at the
great bai gains they seemed. This sale
Is bona (ide, as the stock must be sold
In order to make necessary impiove
ments. It will be to your Interest to
take advantage of the but gains olfei
ed, as such big Inducements may never
be'seen In this city again.
BEECIIAM'S PILLS cuie Sick Head
Kicked them through
again, has he? Well,
bless his little heart it
only goes to show he's
healthy and vigorous,
We're closing out a
few little lots of shoes
for little tots at just-what-we-paid-for-'em
which is certainly less
than you usually pay.
For instance, all the
75 and 85 cent shoes
of yesterday go this
SCHANK 4 SPENCER.
110 Spruce Street.
C'R.R. OF N.J. DEPOT
THREATENED BY FIRE
Flames Nearly Consumed the Building's
SECOND ALARM WAS SOUNDED
I'iro Started in the Conductors' Hooni
Above tho 7VI it i it Structure mid
Worked Up Into the Tower Where,
It Was Dlllicnlt and Dangerous to
Combat--Aii Hour's Work (Jot the
IJIne Under Control-.The 81,000
Damage Is Covered by Insurance.
1'iompt and efficient work by the flie
men saed the Centtal Railroad of New
Jet spy station on West Lnckuwnnnu
avenue frjm desli action yester
day. It lequlred ovet an hour to get
under contiol the llames dlscoveied at
noon In the tower and It was neailj -'
o'clock before the last burning ember
was extinguished Meanwhile two
alatms had been sounded. The loss of
not oer $1,000 Is coveted by Insutnnee
The Unities stalled In the conduetois'
loom which Is tenoned by a nnnow
winding stall way ftont the baggage
platform on u level with the stieet. The
THE FIRE SEEN FROM THE 1SRIDGE.
building's main stiuctuie Is but one
and a halt stories In helghth and is al
most entliely below the stieet level.
The flie at no time extended below the
conduetois' loom In the towei. The
loom was but paitlally wtecked and
the vanie Is ttue of the touet above.
No damage was caused the main depot
stiuctuie except by vvatei and to a
small extent In the baggage loom and
men's waiting loom. On account of
the use of wood In the constuictlon of
tho ceilings and wall the damage to
them was slight.
Smoke was discovered in the condue
tois' loom at 12 41 o'clock by depot em
plojes who vvete unable to asceitaln Its
souice An alann was sent In and
brought to the scene the dlsttlct com
panies. Soon after Chief Illckey's ni
rlval he caused a second alarm to be
lung w hlch bi ought sK additional com
panies to the scene.
HARD TO REACH THE TIRE.
The llames In the walls and celling of
the loom were quickly extinguished,
but theie was considetable dilllcult
In leaching the lite Inside the tower.
They finally bioke thiough the loof
whose steep sides made foot hold Im
possible and fotmed a sliding place
for slate which made the' woik of the
liiemen exceedingly dangetous.
Fuither danger was tlueatened by
a minlutuie locomotive weighing 400
pounds which sui mounts the towei.
The llames had weakened the supei
stiuetuie which It was feaied might
not be able to sustain the weight upon
Finally the water fiom the many
lines of hose showed Its ettect and the
flooding made quick woik of the fire
The estimated loss of $4,000 Is piob
ably mote than sufficient to pay foi
the necessaty lepaiis.
Dining the piogress of the Hie the
baggage loom and ticket office vvete
cleaied of their contents and the fi eight
and pussenger cars In the depot yatd
were switched to the ft eight atd and
out on the main ttacks.
COST TWENTY THOUSAND.
The station cost $20,000 and was
et ected In 1SS8. It is ow tied by the Cen
tial Ralltoad of New Jeisey and Is also
used by the Ontatlo and Western com
pany. The yaid tialllc was not intet
lupted duilitg the progie.ss of the lite
nor was theie any Intel feience with the
l uniting of tegular tiains. Hundieds
of pet sons watched the llames fiom the
Lackawanna avenue biidae and fiom
sightly points on the West Side and
acioss the liver
A poorly insulated electile vvlie Is
thought to have caused tho blaze.
NEW RECORD ESTABLISHED.
GientWork Done at tho 'Milium A.
Collici) on Tuosdn).
The William A colllety of the Cou
ncil Coal company at Dutvea on Tues
day btoke all pievluus recotds at that
colllety In the inuttct of hoisting coal.
On that day GDI cats wete hoisted In
five and one-half houis.
This establishes a new recotd for the
colllety, and It Is believed is also the
lecoid tor the valley.
It Is said that every heiuty laugh In
which a man or woman Indulges tends to
prolong life, as It makes the blood move
mote tapidly and gives a new and diriment
stimulus to all the oiguns of the hod
from -what Is In force at other times
Therefoie, pel Imps, the saying, "Laugh,
and stow fat," Is not uu exaggerated one,
but ha-i a fondatlon in fact. No truei
words wete even utteted than those which
stae so eleaily: "Laugh, and tho woild
laughs with jou; weep, and ou weep
ulone." The jolly, wholesome, huppy
heuitcd people are those who have most
friends anil see the best that life holds out
to them. Churchman.
To Puro a Cold in One Daj.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25 cents.
The Australian Itellevcs He Can Do-j
New York, Feb. 10 Hob Fltzslintnons
left this city nt 1! o'clock this nftet niton
for Cnison City, Nevada, The Austin
llan was accompanied by Martin Julian,
his In othei -In-law and manngei; Dan
lllckey, his spoiling ,paitner: Hi nest
Hoeber, the wtestlei, and last, but not
lenst In Fltz's estimation, his dog Yar
riun. The patty will not go dhect to
Nevada, but will stop at Omaha, Den
ver and Salt Lake City and give spir
ilng exhibitions. Bob appeared In the
best of splilts and full of conlldeiico
as to the lesult when he meets Cotbett
In the ring on Match 17. He said:
"I have won hltheito and I am going
to vv In again I see nothing to prevent
BIG EXECUTION ISSUED.
On It the Sheriff Will Today Possession
of the Scranlon Lace Cur
The Set nnton lace cm tain factoi y vv 111
today be closed by the sheilff, on a
$Ti,000 execution lsued yestetday by
Ctelghton & IJuich, of New York. The
execution ciedltots are latge jobbeis
who h'ave been bundling the gt eater
p.nt of the output ot'tho factoi y. One
of the meinbeis of the llim, William
Cielghton, Is also a $.'0 000 stockholdei
In the company The New Yoik firm
.! Intel ested in Uee'ilti!- the factoi y
going and so advanced lnonevs ftont
time to time to be paid foi vv Ith the
output ot the factoi y Wlren It beca'ne
ippaient about a ycai ago that the lace
company possibly might not be able
to fill enough oultts to icpay tho job-
beis foi the advanced money, a bond
was asked foi and at a meeting on Julv
12 last a bond for $7.',000 conditioned
upon the lining of the piepald ordets
was placed with the Lackawanna Tiust
and Safe Deposit company for the
pioteetlon of Cielghton it Uurcli.
A rew dajs ago the New Yoik paitles
seived notice on the lace company that
It could not consistently lefiain any
longer fiom entetlng up tho Judgment
and at the same time instiucted theli
Attorney C. II. Welles to pioceed on the
bond. This lie did and yestetday At
torney Walter L Guiibtot, was dli ected
bv Mr. Welles under authority of a
ptovlslon of the bond to confess judg
ment for the lace company In the lull
amount of the bond, $7.r,000. The papeis
were enteted up In Piothonotaiy Piy
oi 's ofliee and an execution sent over
to Sh'eiiff demons fot set vice. He will
make the seizin e and levy today.
Thtough Piesident John M. Kemmeter,
the company made the following state
ment: The Scianton Lace Curtain Manufactur
ing cotnp.inj owing to the times, have been
obliged to liciuldute their Indebtedness and
submit to the cHltns of thelt ciedltors
who have entered judgments against the
eompnn. In oidet to presetve the prop
el t foi all paitles Intel ested and enable
the companj to secuie the most foi all Its
eieditoi a receiver will probably be ap
pointed by thecouit. There Is a fall pros
pect of teoiganlzition at an eaily date,
bj which the mills will be kept In opeia
tlon and be able to secuie all the advan
tages and success which It Is hoped Is soon
coming to the countrj.
Speaking of the causes which led up
to this Intel motion Piesident Kem
meiersald to a Tiibune tepottei: "The
Scianton factoi j has never had nn op
pot tunlty to become (Irmly established.
Opeiatlons weie commenced In 1S9J and
dining our tout yeais' existence we
have never had what might be called
a blight daj. It bus been a constant
sttuggle against the hard times atid an
Infant Industiy cannot hope to succeed
where the conditions aie such that
long established Industiles aie falling
day by day. Had we but had two years
of good times as the Wllkes-Bane fac
toi y enjoyed we would doubtless also
be on a Him footing today. Legisla
tion Is not dliettly tesponslblp in any
way foi our advetsltles Had the otlg
Inal Wilson bill passed It would have
meant w Ithout any question the boaid
lng up of the factoi y, but the senate
amendment w hlch fixed a 60 pei cent
ad valniHiii duty saved us The tniltf
is all light If it could only be enfoiced.
but It seems It can't be or at least It
Isn't. The Nottlnghum manufaetuiets
aie on one hand thiough ft and and on
the othei bv shatp ptaetlces able to
undersell us today In out own maikets.
Large quantities of cm tains ate
brought over evety year undei ficti
tious values, Thm usrain the Notting
ham denleis bilng their goods over
here In an unfinished state and after
escaping about J3 1-J pei cent, of the
duty theieby, turn them ovet to agents
In this countiy for finishing touches.
One Nottingham Hint hns even gone
so far as to establish a finishing fac
toi y of its own In Philadelphia De
spite all this we could with the help
of good times ciVmpete with the iot
elgneis and in time contiol the mar
ket. So confident am I that this will be
done that I authorise vou to publish
the asiuiance that the Seranton Lace
Cm tain factoi y will not be closed. It
will take until about a week froin Mon
day to effect the leoigunlzatlon und
until then the factoi y, of course, will
be shut dow n."
The factoi y has a capacity of 300,
000 yaiis of cut tains a year and If
worked to its full capacity would give
employment to 400. hands Of late 300
hands have been employed at a little
moie than half time, The officers of
the company are: Piesident, John M,
Kemmeier; sectetary, H. W. Taylor;
treasuier, II. J. Anderson; dltettors,
Heuiy Ueln, Ji., William Cielghton,
Nw York; W, J, Taylor, New Yoik;
Richard O'Brien, John Simpson.
THE CONSTABLE AND
THE CANDY VENDER
Yeemans-Borls Counter Charges Tried
' In Court. . ,
EACH SAYS OTHER IS TO BLAME
Hob Davis and Clara Wclchcl Are
Parties in Another Couple of Cases
alnrk Didn't Steal the Horse null
Curriagi!--Htigh .1. Jtiisli Again on
Trial (or the Ilmglaiy of How
Icy Hros.' Moie.
Tho tioublo between Constable H C.
Yeonians and Anthony Boris, the enndy
vender, was given an airing befote
Judge Ddwaids csteida. Thete vvete
two suits, Boils, chaiglng Yeomnns
with assault and battel y and Yeomnns
chaiglng Boris with assault and bat
tel y upon a public officer.
Boils' stand was at the foot of the
stalls leading to Aldeiman Howe's of
fice with which Yeomans was olllclally
connected. Theie was bad blood be
tween them It appeals and on Jan 2
lastt It culminated in a battle Hot Is
had Insulted and threatened the officer
and he proceeded to have the randy
man nit ested. When he came down
stalls with the wariant a scuflle ensued
dining which both wcie badly beaten
When the candy vender was finally
landed In the alderman's office he again
btoke out and tlueatened to clean out
the loom with a chair. He was ovei
poweied and sent to jail to cool off
Yeomnns had to take to his bed
Messts Mat tin, Beale and Bovle ap
peaud loi Yen mans and Mesis New -comb
and Vldaver foi Bolls The case
went to the 1uiy at adjournment.
The "Bob" Davls-CIaia Welclul both
ei was also vented befoie Judge Bd
vvnuN The Weiehel woman ehaiged
that Davis tole Into hei house on
Center stieet and hit her with a club
on one occasion and on another tlnew a
coupling pin thiough her bed loom win
dow, nanovvly missing net. The juiy
said guilty ol assault and battel j but
put the costs on the ptosecutiix in the
malicious mischief case. Davis will
piosccute two ehaiges against hei to
day The weie lovers once.
John P Muck chaiged James Can
with having stolen his lioie and cni
tlage fiom in ftont of a South Side ho
tel last fall Can pioved to the juiy's
satisfaction that when he was found
siting in the buggy down Mlnooka way
he did not know that the man vv ho had
asked him to jump In and take a llde
hid stolen the outfit Hi. Sopei was
assigned to defend Can.
The second trial of Hugh J. Rush foi
p.n tlelpation in the lobbeiy of How ley
Bios' stoie on Penn uvenue on July
21 Inst, was begun estetda. The juij
dlsagteed in the foimer tilal. Rush
admits t)int he was with Michael Cod
den, who pleaded guilty and Is now do
ing six months loi his ctime, but eveis
that he was so chunk that he did not
know what was going on. He was
found asleep In an outhouse behind the
buiglatlzed stole some time after the
police had e.tptuied Codden In the
stoie. The commonwealth does not
contend that Rush enteied the stole ot
shared In the booty, but holds that he
was an accomplice and that Codden
stole iazois, sheais and cllppeis at the
suggestion of Rush, who Is a bat bur b
tiade o! was until a few jeats ago
Mr. Kelly and Mr. Walsh aie defend
Daniel Langofski was acquitted of
the chaige of if-sault and battery on
Con Moltke and the costs weie divided.
ANOTHER NIOHT OF SIEVEKINO.
He Will He Heard nt the Frothing
ham, March 8.
A leturn engagement of jraitlnus
Slev eking, the famous Dutch pianist, Is
announied to be given In the Fiothing
ham on the evening of Mai eh S. The
foimer appeal ance of Slev eking was
not a financial success, though his ap
peal anee In Wllkes-Bane about the
tame time was decidedly so His ad
mit ers in this city tile sanguine that
the coming event will teceive the 11b
eial pationage it deserves.
Mis. Clarence Balentlne.who has con
tt acted with Slev eking for his appeal -ance
in March, has also unanged for
another musical event of considetable
lmpottance It Is the appeal anee of
David Blshpam, the bailtone, and
Chailes Giegotowltsch, the violinist.
REORGANIZATION OF SCHOOL BOARD.
I'robnbilit) That .Mr. Schricfer Will
Although the Democtats have. a ma
joilty of one on the board of contiol
their only hope to elect a piesident at
the leotiranlzatlon on Tuesday even
ing, Febiuary 23, Is by favoi of a split
among the Republicans. That situa
The great success of this sale lias persuaded us to 'continue it for another week in order to give all our customers
an opportunity to buy at these remarkably low prices. You will not get the chance again to buy linens at such prices :
TRRIF T INFM
of Reeds & Dartisley Mautifacttue.
S5cCteani Damask strictly pure linen 25c
40o Cieam Uamusk strictly pure linen ... 20c
15c Cream Damask strictly jmio linen 35c
50c Cteani Damask striclly pute litien . 30c
55c Cieam Damask strictly pure llnon '15c
05c Cream Damusk strictly pine linott . . 58c
85c Cieam Damask strictly puto linen (!0c
55o Dleaclied rinovv Wliito 4-5c
fiOo Dleaohed finow White 50c
"Co Bleached Snow White . (Sc
OOo Dleaclied Snow Wliito... 70c
1.00 Dleaehed Snow Whlto 8Sc
And a largo assortment of line linens ranging
In juices ft out $1 J2o to 3 pet yard at
Napkins,, 8 square, vvotth GOc, for
NitpkitiH, I btjuur;, vvoitli SOc, for
Nunkins, jj squure, vvotth $1, for ,
Napkins, larjro dinner, vvoith $1 50, for
Napkins, largo dinner, vvoith 2,00, for.
Napkins, lare dinner, worth 2,25, for
Napkins, luigo dlnnet, worth 2 -60, for
A largo stock of hlghor pi iced goods
5-1.00 large Crochet Quilt lor
1 23 laigo Croehet (Juilt for
tion Is due to the fact that A. L. Tran
cols, the Dem6cratlo member from the
Second waul, will enst his vote for the
le-electlon ot Mr. Solulefer.
The Democrats have concussed and
lilt upon Mr. Jennings, of the Foui
tecnth waul, as their candidate, Theie
Was no squabble In reaching that selec
tion, W. J. Welsh, of the Ninth, Is the
only pionounced opponent to Mr.
Sclulefer, but If he Is convinced that
he cannot secuie the one Demociutlc
vote neccssnry to elect, he will piob.
ably retire fiom the field at caucus
time. Ho Is supported by Membets
Wonnser, Cat son und Williams. If he
wins over a Demociat it will be B. M
Davis, of the Ftiuith ward. In that case
Mr. Welsh Is within two Republican
votes as many as Mr. Sclulefer.
Conti oiler Jacobs, ot the Thltteenth,
Is englneetlng President Schllefel's
cnmpalgn and has an anient second In
Action Taken by Congregation of Green
Ridge Presbyterian Church with
Reference to Rev. N. F. Stalil.
A special business session of the Gteen
Ridge Presbytetlnn chuich was held
lust evening to tnke action on the les
lgnatlon of the pastor, Rev N. F. Stnhl,
who tor twelve years acted In that
capacity Rev. Geoige B Guild, of
I'rov lClohco, was model atoi of the meet
ing. Aftei considerable debate a mo
tion was passed that tho lequest of
the pastor made Mnich 25, 1800, be
gi anted. The lequest vva--- to the effect
that the chinch unite with him In ask
ing the Piosbjtoij to dissolve the pns
totoJ l elation between himself and the
chinch. After this motion had been
passed anothei motion was passed, pio
vidlng for a monthly payment ot ?100
to the pnstoi until Januaiy, 1S9S.
These actions on tho p.nt of the
chut eh were due to the fact that lor
ovei a yeai, the pastoi has been unable
to fulfil the duties of his post owing to
neivous trouble 13m Ing a poitlon of
tins time Mr. Stalil has been seeking a
lenewal of health in Km ope At pies
ent he Is sojourning In New Castle,
Del. His salary has been continued
dining this peilod and some time ago a
committer vv as appointed to confer vv 1th
Mi. Stalil, legal ding the ptobablllty of
his atraln taking the congregation In
ehati'e. The committee, at the time
It called upon him, was lnstiumental In
having an opinion passed upon his con
dition by the eelebinted specialist, Dt.
S Well Mitchell, of Philadelphia Dr.
Mitchell's comment was that Ml Stahl
could not tetuin to Scianton to lesume
his pastotal telatlons with the church
Subsequently the pastor appeals to
h'ave Impioved to such an extent that he
telt confident that he could again take
up the woik on the Hist of the com
ing Apt 11.
This was doubted by seveial patlsh
lonets and nt the meeting hist evening
the mattei under consideration wus
whether the congiegatlon could con
scientiously letuse the leslgnation and
allow their pastoi to letuin to lesume
a woik, whose bunions, uecoidtng to
the specialist, would piove dlsastious
The action of the congregation showed
that It consldeied such an act unwise
and as an expiesslon of the high legard
and appieclatlve feeling of the chuich
tow aid the pastoi It was decided to pay
Mr. Stahl $100 per month for a ear,
which Is deemed bj the niembers to be
only a slight lequlttal of tho Invaluable
service the pastor has bestowed upon
No definite action was taken In re
gal d to secuilns a new pastoi, and It
is probable that the congiegatlon will
continue for some time, as it has for
the past year, the officiating of supply
cleigjmen. At the conclusion of tho
business session the congiegatlon was
Invited to Inspect the parlois of the
chuich, located In the basement and
which weie lecently furnished by the
Ladles' Aid society of the chuich The
rooms weie found to be beautifully
and artistically furnished. The com
mittee having the furnishing In chaige
consisted of Mrs W. II. Paike, Mis.
Pond, Mts. Van Blaicom, Miss Tenney
and Miss Nettleton. The lemainder of
the evening was spent socially and le
fteshments weie setved by the joung
AT THE FROTHINGHAM.
rioy Crow ell Company Pleased Mati
nee and 'i cuing Audiences.
The Floy Ciowell Comedy company f
piesenieci -luouy isawn, an msn com-ody-dinma,
at the Fiothlngham last
night and "La Belle Russe" In the af
ternoon. In tho Intel pi etatlon of the
plays and the specialties that were pie
sented during the Intel missions the
company pleased the two audiences
Theie will be the usual dime mat
inee today. Tonight's play will be
"Temptation of Mone "
I Matseilles Quilts, all
lsh Clashes, teady lor use.
S co lit Crash for (;'
10 cent Ciash for 7c
32 uont Crash fot Sc
15 cent Crash tor 112 1c
TOWLLS Luigd stock
MGSLINS AND SHEETINGS.
Having bought a largo stock at t lie very lovyot
prices cotton goods over Hold at, we propose to
give out customeis the bouellt of our purchase:
Good Drown Muslin only 3ci
Kino Drown Muslin only . . .. Hi"
7o Drown Muslin only 51c
7c Atlantic A, only .... 5 jo
7c Atlantic II, onlv .. ... 5Jc
Ho Dcst Lockvvood, 5-4 V. C Muslin lor Sc
l.-So Best Lockvvood, 0-4 P. C. Muslin for 10c
lflc Dest Lockvvood, 8-4 Hioeting Muslin for.l2Ac
18c Dest Lockvvood, 9-1 Sheeting Muslin for IH-I
20c Dest Lockvvood, 10-1 Sheeting Muslin for Hie
415, 417 Lackawanna
Death I'ollovvs the Surgeon's Knife
Not the Surgeon's 1'itiil t ,ol Course.
He Can't Help lt--You Can.
I'vrnmld Pile Cure Cures' l'llos Qulck
1) j I'uiulcssl) ithout Danger.
People go along for jcars suffering with
piles. They tt y this and thnt und the othor
thing; from cntrylng a buckejo to getting
treatment from a phjsldan. Thoy obtain
tempotary relief, maybe, but they ate
nevei quite cured. A little stialn In lift
ing, excessive fntlgue, a little constipation
or a, little dlatrhoca and the piles come
back. They don't seem to amounf to much, but
they bluish sleep and appetite. No position
Is comfoi table. There Is Intense local
pain and Hint dieadful feeling of Weight
In tho perineum,
Mnbp in tho early stages some of the
many salves on sale will affoul temponry
relief. If the cate Is of long standing theie
Is only one speedy and suie remedy. It Is
Pvrnmld Pile Cure. Even In light cases It
Is the safest thing to use. Othei applica
tions may cine and may not. Pinmld Cure
Is ahwos ceitnln, always tellable, alwus
brings comfoi t at onee. It's piompt use
saves months of "evere suffeilng. In ex
tiemo enses It will save surgical opeiatlons
and their attendant dnngeis and discom
forts It is better than a knife. Will cuie
e isler, qulckor and safer. Thousands hav e
used it. ThoUEands have been cured hv
It. The cost Is trilling compaied with
what It does The pilto Is GO cents Most
anjbody would gladl pa $lt) to be ltd of
Diugglsts tell I'vrnmld Pile Cuie. If
jours hasn't It he will get It tot you fiom
the 1'jramld Ding Co of Albion, Hlch,
WILL SEE FOR HIMSELF.
.Ma)or Itnilej to Visit Seventeenth
.Sovvei District Todn.
Majoi Bailey will this uttetnonn,
peisonutly, Inspect the tenltory In
volved by the Seventeenth dlstilct sovv
ei oidliunce. He will be accompanied
by Stieet CominUstonei Kinsley
Among those who Mslted the innyoi
jestordaj In i elation to the sewei was
one of Its vvaiin advocates, L'dwaid
Maloney, a biolhei of Mai tin Maloney
The majoi lecelved duilng the day the
icsolutlon adopted at Jlondaj's meet
ing of the boaid of health urging Him
to sign the oidlnance on gtoitnds V
necessity and sanitation.
"I had eusipelas and nothing has
helped mo as much as Hood's Sarsapa
rllla. It has also lelleved my husband
of tlieuiiiatlsm and built us up after
the Blip" Jits Jesse Travis, Mllfoid,
Hood's Pills cute all liver ills.
Among the hundieds of special val
ues of this odd ware sale are some
bargains that outclass others, both in
their desirability and the sweeping
character oithc reduction.
Particularly is this true of our open
stock patterns of decorated dinner
ware, which have been made up in
sets. It has been a matter of doubt
whether they should be included in
tiic sale ot not, but once decided upon
as belonging to the "odd ware" class,
their cost or value had no part in de
ciding the pi ice. 'Twas what would
sell them quickly they arc all the
best goods. f;iiliuu! k Co. and
Other French China, Mtuhlock's
MILLAR & PECK,
131 Wjoinliig Atenue.
Walk in an 1 look around.
Why let j our home and business bo destroy,
ed through strong drink or moi pliine when
vou can be cured in four vvooka at tho Eoloy
Institute, 728 Madison avenue Seranton, Pa.
The Cure Will Dear InvcMlcatlcn.
guides, at leduced prices,
Stevens Bros,' soft fiu-
5c Cotton Crash for flc
Oe Cotton Ciash lor Sio
at 3 actual value.
f it's good, heavy writing
conttiiiis about ioo sheets.
f bought' one sheet at a
time it costs you one dol
lar. f bought by the quire it
costs you sixty cents.
bought by the pound
and bought today it
costs you just
35 square envelopes to
match for jc.
303 Lacka. Ave.
Ton can save money by buying specta
cles of Sllverstone, tho eye specialist, at
509 Lackawanna avenue, onely ono flight
over the Lehigh Valley ticket ofllce. The
following prices will satisfy jou that they
aro tho cheapest in the city: Solid gold
rimmed spectacles at J3 50 per pair; llllej
bows at $2; nlckle bows from BOc. to $150;
aluminum bows from 75c. to $2 00; colored
glasses from 23c. to $1.23. Wo have a larco
line of reading glasses, tho best In the
maiket, at 23c. per pair. Opera and mag
nifying glasses at reduced prices. Of
flco hours, 8 a. m. to 12m.; 1 to G p. m.
Remember that jour eyes will bo exam.
Ined freo and satisfaction is guaranteed.
School of Music, 520 Spruce St
Mrs. Katharine Thiele,
Voice Training, Solo Singing
Violin, Piano, 'Cello ensemble. Both
teachers at celebrated Schanvenka
Conservatory, New York. Also other
competent teachcts engaged Mr. Thiel;
is the successor to the lati
Coal ot the best quality for domestic cm
and of all sizes, Including Buckwheat and
Ltlrdseye. delivered In any part of the city
at tho lowest price.
Orders received at tho Office, flrst floor,
Commonwealth bulldlnft, room No. I;
telephono No 2624 or at the mln?. tele
phono No. 272. will bo promptly attendeJ
to Dealers oupplled at tho mine
Utiea, 8-4 Sheeting Miulin. for ...,1:51c
Uticn, 0-1 Sheeting Miia'iii, for ... 15Jc
Utica, 10-4 Sheetiug Muslin, for 17c
0e Good Muslin for 4c
7c Foirott Muslin for .. 5Jc
7c Hill Muslin for (ic
7Ac Loif-dalo Muslin for (ic
7ioKiuitof Loom Muslin fot , ... (ic
DJje Pride of West Muslin for 10c
12lc Lonsdale Cambric Muslin loi . .. 9c
12c Lockvvood, 6-1 P C. Muslin foi .... Oc
14o Lockvvood, (i 1 P ('. Muslin lor lie
1,'lc Loel wood, 50 inch Muslin fot . . . l()c
17c Lockvvood, fe-1 Sheeting for 14-e
20o Lockvvood, 0-1 Sheeting for Hie
2'e Lockvvood, 10 4 Sheeting lor ISc
ll)e Utica, 8 4 Shooting for 15Jc
21c Utica, I) 1 Sheeting tor 17Jc
23c Utica, 10-4 Sheotlug for 19c
5o Good Apion Gingham for . 3c
7c Dest Api on Gingham for . 5c
5c Det-t Indigo Dine Calico for . Ic
5c Good Calico for 3c
0c Shaker Flannel for .... 4c