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riIIE SCRAUTON TRIBTTNE-. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 18J7.
Hooks and Stationery,
Used In Select Schools,
Academics and Colleges.
Also, the Public Schools,
In Large Variety,
322 Lackawanna Ave.
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120 Wyoming Ave.
The Best We Give Our Patrons.
Why Not Have It?
308 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN.
DR. W, B. HENWOOD,
216 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Have opened a General Insurance Ofllco In
. ntimnf nil Bank n
Iiest Stock Companies represented. Large
Hues especially solicited. Telophono 1803.
Miss Vernon's cooking lessons will
open Monday at 10 a. m. In St. Luke's
parish rooms. Whether she Intends to
give her class dyspepsia at the start
In otier to teach them tho Immorality
of the creat American dainty pie
doth not yet appear, but certln It Is
that she Is announced to begin on
pastry puff paste, plain paste, vol au
vent, oysters, pates, cheese fingers,
apple, custards, etc. The class prom
ises to bo a large one and Indeed It
should be well attended, not only for
the benefit of the epicure, but also the
Girls' Friendly society.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis will reopen her
dancing classes for children at Excel
sior hall, Saturday, Oct. 9. Children
from 10 to 15 will be received at 10 a.
m., those below that age at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Lewis, at the solicitation of her
friends and patrons, also promises to
organize a class for fancy dancing, an
entertainment to be given at the close
of the season, when all the children
ari to nnnMr. 'Tho rrmnln. fAatm.Aa
U N 1 9 NpJj&LA BEL
11 BEFORE BREAKFAST. g
I, t of this class will appeal to all.
The much talked of game of base ball
between our Country club team and
the Harrlsburg Country club men will
be called at the ball park tomorrow at
3 o'clock. Captain J. H. Brooks and
his assistants have perfected elaborate
arrangements and It Is expected that
the ovent will bo one long to be re
membered. The game will be wit
nessed by club members and their
friends only. Carriages will be ad
mitted to the park, and ns a society
affair the scene will probably exceed
anything In tho way of outdoor sports
yet recorded In the history of Scran
ton. The Harrlsburg visitors will re
ceive every attention from the Country
club members of this city. It Is ex
pected that they will attend tho dance
tonight at the club house, while to
morrow they will be given a luncheon
at the Scranton City club, a dinner at
tho Country club and are invited to
remain over for the band concert to
morrow evening. The visitors aro to
be entertained at tho homes of Country
club members while In Scranton.
f John Jermyn says that ho has no
fault to find with tho customs regula
tion, under the Dlngley bill, as he and
the luggage of his party were treated
with courtesy upon their arrival at
New York. What does call forth his
intense disapproval, however. Is tho
lack of officials to examine luggage,
and thus to facilitate landing, which is
rendered most cxasperatlngly slow
under the existing conditions. Long
and weary hours of waiting at the
home port Is not a pleasing close to a
Suits to Measure
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WATERS, THE HATTER,
l) S03 utoKawanna Avenue.
Hon. W. IT, Jcssup Is In Uarrlrburg.
Tallin Morgan, of New York city, la In
Poor Director Frederick Fuller spent
yesterday at tho UHtoldo Home.
Mlso Lizzie Suydam has returned from
a visit with friends In Now York city.
Miss Apnea llutlcr, of Mooslc, Is tho
Ruest of Mrs. J, J. O'Malley, of Itallroad
Mrs. II, U. Hopewell and children aro
visiting relatives In Wllllnmsport and
Quartermaster W. J. Traccy returned
yesterday afternoon to Lattlmer to re
join tho Thirteenth regiment.
William Davicsend Mrs. Casslo Jonklna,
both of Jermyn, Pa wero married yes
terday by Rev. D. P. Jones, pastor of tho
Tabcrnaclo church, West Scranton.
FINK ATTRACTIONS SECURED.
Street llnllwny Men Ilnvc n Trent in
' Store for tho Public.
Bauer's band and the Lyric quartette
have been engaged to furnish the en
tertainment for the picnic of tho Scran
ton Railway Beneficial association,
at Laurel Hill Park, Saturday,
Sept. 18. The former will render
nn unusually fine programme In
the afternoon from 3 o'clock until C.
Tho latter will furnish the entertain
ment in tho evening, commencing at
7.45. The quartette consists of Thomas
Beynon, David Stepans, John W. Jones
nnd P. H. Warren, with Lew Jones ns
accompanist. That it will be a rare
treat will be readily admitted by those
who are acquainted with the ability of
The association deserves tho thanks
of the community for making it pos
sible for all lovers ot music to hear
tltcic able performors,and we bespeak
for them a generous patronage. Bauer's
orchestra of six pieces will furnish
dance music afternoon and evening In
the pavilion, commencing at 2 p. m..
and all who desire to do so may trip
the light fantastic toe to music by tho
finest orchestra It has been possible to
Given by tho Women's Kccley League
The Women's Keeley league gave
another of its pleasant entertainments
last night at tho home on Madison
avenue. There were present represen
tatives of the Women's Christian Tem
perance union, now In session at Dal
ton; St Paul's society, of Green Itldge,
and St. Irene's society, of the South
The rooms were prettily decorated
with the colors of the league, blue and
gold, and a profusion of flowers added
to the beauty of the environments.
Addresses were delivered by Rev. J. J.
B. Feeley, Rev. Foster U. Gift, nnd Dr.
S. H. Vorhees. Miss Caroline V. Dor
sey nnd Miss E. Dorsey favored with
recitations and sonEs were sung by
Miss Greeves, accompanied by Miss L.
Peekhlll and Miss E. Dorsey.
Mrs. Van Busklrk, president of the
league, conducted tho entertainment.
Miss Katherlne G. Maher, secretary,
read her report of the recent National
convention at Minneapolis. After the
entertainment cake and cream were
served to the guests.
A MORNING WEDD1NQ.
Miss Minnie Harris nnd Joseph Now
Miss Minnie Barrls, of Ash street,
Petersburg, and Joseph Is'swhouse, Jr.,
of Birch street, wore married yester
day morning at 8 o'clock In St. Mary's
German Catholic church by Rev. Peter
Christ. The marriage censmony was
followed by a nuptial mass.
The bride was attended by Miss Jo
sephine May and tho groom by AVil
Ham Moser. At the conclusion of the
church services a weddins breakfast
was served at tho home of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Newhouse are spending
their honeymoon in New York.
MANY FAILED TO PASS.
Judges Aro Very Cnreful About Those
Naturalization court was In session
yesterday and a number of men were
raised to tho dignity of citizenship.
Many were also refused that boon.
Judges Archbald and Gunster were
on the bench and they carefully ex
amined every candidate who presented
himself. Any man who could not talk
English and who did not have a fair
knowledge of our Institutions was told
to go forth and familiarize himself
with this republican form of govern
ment before presenting hit tself again
FIRST AUTUMNAL DANCE.
Glvon by Mr. nnd Mrs. J.J. Wllllnins
in Ilicyclo Club House.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams gave a
dancing party last night at the Bicy
cle club in honor of their daughter's
friend, Miss Ilinman, of Dunkirk, N.
Y. This early autumnal function was
a brilliant one and was attended by all
the younger society element of tho city
and many out of town guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams wero assisted
In receiving by Miss Hlnman and their
daughter, Miss Grace. Bauer furnished
the music. Huntington served the sup
per. WALDRON WAS ARRESTED.
Charged With Roughly Hnndllng
Joseph Summers at His Snle.
Waldron, tho horso auctioneer, whose
first name Is Patrick, was arrested yes
terday for assault and battery on Jo
seph Summers. At the sale yesterday
afternoon Summers was roughly han
dled, so he says.
Alderman Howe Issued a warrant and
Waldron was arrested. Tho case was
settled without a hearing.
The first organ recital of the musical
season will be given next Tuesday
evening at Elm Park church, by Mr.
J. Alfied Pennington, assisted by thj
Elm Park church quartette. Thb pro
gramme will appear later. The admis
sion is free but every one will bo ex
pected to contribute a silver offering.
I'nnoy Ponchos Toilny.
100 baskets of fancy yellow and whlto
peaches, about the last Crawfords. E.
"Madame Sans Gene," Sardou'a great
est work, will be presented at the Ly
ceum next Monday night by a great
for rent In centrally located, well-furnished
suite of offices. Address Desk
Room, Tribune office. .
CHIDSKY. In Scranton. Pa., Sept. 18,
1S97, to Dr. and Mrs. Russell Chldcey,
OF THEW. C. T. U.
Officers Elected at the Session in the
THE DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENTS
Resolutions Recognize tho Fact
Thnt tho foundation or tho Move
ment Lies in tho Acccptntico of tho
Precepts of Chrlsl--Stutc Delogatos
Instructed to Voto to Cut Down
Salaries of Stnto Olllccrs so That
Expenses Will Not Kxcocd Income.
The morning session of tho Women's
Christian Temperance union convention
opened with devotional exorcises, con
ducted by Mrs. Reynolds, ot Waverly.
Mrs. Rhodes, the secretary, read the
minutes of the previous day. Mrs.
Stearns, acting secretary, reported
J135.CC received, $79.82 paid out, $51.28
In treasury, with 293 paid members.
Reports of departments were con
tinued. Among tho Interesting ones
read was that of the flower mission, by
Miss Frances Raub. The Green Ridge
mission made thirty-five vlslt3 to tho
poor nnd sick; provisions wero given
to twelve families. The Scranton mis
sion paid visits to the hospitals, Home
for the Friendless and sixty-nine visits
to the poor and sick, with contribu
tions; forty-two Bibles wero given
away, together with much literature
and quantities of flowers.
Nay Aug mission paid twenty-five
visits nnd distributed many flowers
and much literature. Madlsonvllle, 310
Visits; 755 bouquets, besides other gifts.
Peckvllle reported active assistance to
the G. A. R. on Memorial day. Dalton
materially assisted a poor family and
distributed many flowers.
Report for county Visited sick, 110;
poor, 355; conversions. 8; Bibles dis
tributed, 44; bouquets, 1,553. Miss Raub
strongly urged that more flower mis
sions should be established.
Mrs. Smith trave the reDort of the
Dalton union; Mrs. Williams reported
for superintendent of literature; Mrs.
Tewksbury for Railroad department;
Mrs. Harvey sDOkc about unfermented
wine; Mrs. Simpson told about women's
clubs; Mrs. Vaughn reported scienuuc
Instruction; Mrs. Depue.franchlse; Miss
Raub, evangelistic work; Miss Mum
ford, among foreigners; Miss Turner,
Sunday school; Messrs. Gates and
NIebell, young evangelists, were then
heard from the platform.
Parlor meetings were reported on by
Mrs. Vaughn, and the session closed
with noontide prayer.
The convention opened with a Bible
reading and prayer by Mrs. Furoy and
KiniRpintMirlpnts' renorts were then
continued. Mrs. Howell told of Jail and
prison work, Mrs. Pease of ioyai -rem-perance
The election of officers took placo and
resulted as follows: President, Mrs. C.
D. Simpson; vlco president, Mrs. D. B.
Hand; corresponding secretary. Mrs.
J. M. Howell; recording secretary,
Mrs. DePue; treasurer, Mrs. Arnold.
Music followed by Messrs. Gates and
Superintendents were elected as fol
lows: Literature, Mrs. Emma Williams;
railroad, Mrs. Flsld; pilson and jail,
Mrs. Howell; sacramental wine, Mrs.
Harvey; junior work, Mrs. Swartz;
Flower mission, Mls3 Raula; Loyal
Temperance Legion, Mrs. Vaughn;
mothers' meetings, Mrs. Santee; fran
chise, Mrs. Frank Depuia; evangelistic,
Mrs. Hlorns; press, Miss Mumford:
work among foreigners, Miss Turner;
Sunday school, Mrs. Gardner; parlor
meetings, Mrs. Slegel; purity, Mrs.
Rhodes; Sabbath observance, Mrs. Fu
rey. DELEGATES PRESENT.
The following d'legates wero present:
Nay Aug, Miss Tillie Turner; Peckvllle,
Mrs. George Stearns, Mrs. Kay; Scran
ton, Miss Fannie Raub, Mrs. T. M.
Furey; Green Ridge, Mrs. Nolan, Mrs.
Thomas; Carbondale, Mrs. Pierce But
ler, Mrs. W. H. Stevens; Dalton, Mrs.
Knight, Mrs. Palmer; Dunmore, C. M.
Slogel; Madlsonvllle, Mrs. Hornbaker,
Mrs. Walters; Moscow, Mrs. Millard,
.Mrs. Sayre; Waverly, Mrs. Sumner,
Mrs. Keys, Mrs. Depue, Mrs. Turey.
Greetings were sent to the Wayne
county convention. Tho following res
olutions were adopted:
Wo, tho Lackawanna County Woman's
Christian Temperance union, assembled
In convention, return thanks to our Fath
er for tho many blessings granted us dur
ing tho past year.
Wo humbly recognized the Divine hand
In tho fulfillment of tho promise to keep
thoso who put their trust In him.
Wo Tecognlzo tho fact that tho founda
tion of our work lies In tho acceptance, of
tho precepts of Christ, and that renewed
effort should bo enlisted to promote tho
Wo notice with thankfulness tho gen
eral acceptance of tho endorsed text books
for scientific Instruction, and believe that
thero are greater possibilities ot enllght
ment to tho rising goncratlon on tho li
LOWER SALARIES ADVOCATED.
Whereas wo bcllevo that the stato ex
penses should not exceed lis Income, Wo
therefor Instruct our delegates to advo
cate and voto a reduction of salaries.
Resolved, As temperance workers we
endorso tho resolutions adopted Dy the
late convention of tho Prohibition party.
Resolved, That wo extend our sympathy
to thoso of our number prevented from
meeting with us, sadly missing their fa
miliar faces and words of encourage
ment. Resolved, That wo greatly appreciate
tho kindness and hospitality shown us by
tho pastor of this church, the local union
and the people of Dalton, and hopi that
our meeting together has been of mutual
Mrs. William Budd.
Mrs. Frank Do i'uo.
Mrs. E. M. Tewkesbury.
Mrs. J. A Case.
Mrs. Anna Swarts.
The motion was carried that tho local
corresponding secretary and treasurer
attend the county convention as dele
gates. The session closed with the
hymn "God Bo With You."
Given by tho Rico nnd Hnrton Com
puny nt I)nvls Theatre
Rico and Barton's Gaiety company
delighted tho audiences at Davis' thea
tre yesterday afternoon and evening
with their mlrth-provoklng farce, en
titled "McDoodlo'a Flats." Charles
Barton as "MciDoodle" was as funny
as ever and was admirably suppoited
In tho flret sketch by Eddie Miles. The
entire company is much better than
last year. The addition ot Miss Hattle
Mills, vocalist, who rendered popular
negro melodies, and several other tal
ented singers has greatly strengthened
In the olio Miss Franklo Haines ap
peared in new character songs, ren
dered in her inimitable style, which
were well received. Daisy Raymond
and Eddie Miles gave an original sur
prise that was highly appreciated by
lovers of fun. Tho Hall sisters, torp
slchorean artists; Swan and Bambnrd,
acrobats, and H. W. Barton and F. II.
Eckhoff, musical geniuses, appeared in
specialties of a meritorious order,
which won hearty encores. Tho char
acter Bketchcs, dances and acrobatic
feats were interspersed with living pic
tures of raro artistic merit.
The programme ended with a revised
edition of "Naughty Coney Island," in
which Rico nnd Barton appear at their
best. Tho Rico and Barton Gaiety com
pany will appear at Davis' theatre for
tho balance of the week.
ANOTHER MEETINO HELD.
Resolutions Wero 1'nsied With Kof
cronco to tho Hnzlcton A flair.
Another meeting, attended by five
hundred Poles, Slavs and Lithuanians,
was held Wednesday night to protest
ngalnst the action of Sheriff Martin
and his deputies at Lattlmer laBt Fri
day. Tho meeting was held in St.
Stanislaus church and was addressed
by Rev. Francis Hodur. pastor of tho
church, and Attorney William Voka
lek. Both of them fiercely denounced
the shooting of the strikers. A com
mltteo consisting of Rev. Francis Ho
dur, Dr. Szlupas, M. Sznyter, Frank
Bonln, Z. Lopatyncr and K. Blalkow
skl drafted the following resolutions,
which were unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That we as citizens of tho
United States condemn tho murderous
assault of Sheriff Martin nnd his depu
ties upon the working people who were
marching on tho public road to Lattlmer
as being unprovoked nnd uncalled for.
Resolved, That wo require of the gov
ernor of tho commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania to remove from offl.ee the butcher
Martin, nnd to have him tried beforo an
Impartial Jury of citizens.
Resolved, To provldo a fund for ex
penses of a trial In order to see that
Justice Is done to tho wage-earners of
Whereas, Wo as citizens and taxpayers
bellevo that It was enough for but a
few policemen to keep order among tho
striking miners and that General Hast
ings, as governor of this state, has called
tho National Guard to llazleton to pro
tect tho rich and wo do hereby energet
ically protest against such management
of tho public funds.
Before .the meeting ndjourned a col
lection was taken up for the support
of the widows and orphans of the dead
which realized $24.95.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT BEGINS.
Result of the Plnying at the Country
Yesterday was another lively day at
thij Country club. A more exquisite
scene than that with tho Club houso
for a background nnd the beautiful
courts with the rich settling of forest
and lawn anear and the magnificent
view up the valley, afar, can scarcely
b Imagined, enhanced as It was by tho
picturesque groups deeply interested in
tho tennis tournament. The ladles were
out in full force yesterday and the
matches were spirited enough to fully
warrant the grace of their presence.
There wvro many brilliant plays and a
surprise awaited the assemblage In
Norman McLeod's defeat of Frank Lin
en. The score was as follows: Linen
defeated Brooks 7-5-6-2; McLeod de
feated Walker 6-1-6-0.
In the afternoon the matches opened
at 3 o'clock Blair defeating Frey by a
score of 6-3; 6-0. In the semi-finals
McLeod defeated Linen 6-3; 7-5.
Tho doubles will be opened this morn
ing at 10 o'clock followed by finals In
singles and preliminary doubles. Tho
finals In singles and doubles will begin
at 3 o'clock, Linen, McLecd, Walker,
Frey, Blair, Decker, Brooks a,5d P. Ful
ler playing among others.
SPOKE ON HYGIENE.
Mrs. Griffiths, ot Cleveland, Gnvo
O ) of Her Lectures.
Mrs. Mary L. Griffiths, of Cleveland,
O.. last evening addressed an audlenos
at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion auditorium on physiology, hygenle,
health and heridity as it is a fa.ctor
in the present generation.
Mrs. Griffiths Is an Interesting speak
er and enforces her remarks with a
fund of Information. Tonight a second
lecture will Im given on a kindred sub
ject. EXCURSION TO HAZLETON.
Via Contrnl Ilallrond of Now Jersey
nnd Lohlgli Traction Company.
Sunday, Sept. 19, special train leaves
Scranton at 7 a. m making all stops
to Wllkes-Barre. Rate from Scranton
to Hazleton, $1.55; Lattlmer (Thir
teenth regiment), $1.65; Hazle Park,
Ninth regiment, $1.75. Refreshment
car will be attached to train. Arrive
at Hazleton. 10 a. m. Leave Hazle
Park, 4.15; Hazleton, 4.30; Lattlmer.
4.10 p. m. ..
City nnd School Tales, 1807.
City and school taxes for the year
1897 are now In my hands for collection.
A penalty of 4 per cent, will be added
on all taxes remaining unpaid after Oc
tober 1, 1897, and an additional penalty
of 1 per cent, on the first of each and
every month thereafter until paid.
Taxes remaining unpaid after Novem
ber 1. 1897, will be placed In the hands
of collectors as provided by an act of
assembly approved May 23, 1889.
C. G. Boland, City Treasurer.
City Hall, Washington avenue. Office
hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Saturdays 9 to
Halt Kato excursion to Nlngnra rails
Vin Lehigh Vnlloy Hnilrond.
Threo days' carnival, September
23rd, 21th, and 25th, on the occasion of
the opening ceremonies of the Grand
Trunk Railroad's new single-arch
steel bridge across tho Niagara River.
Tickets on Bale for evening drains
September 22nd, and for all trains ex
cept "Black DIamondExpress " Septem
ber 23rd, and 21th, good to return until
Inquire of Lehigh Valley ticket
agents for further particulars.
Rule to Strike Oil" Granted.
Attorney W. F. Shcan, representing
James Costa, yesterday petitioned court
for a rule to strike- off tho bait forfei
ture in the case of Joseph Cassese against
Lulgl Maruccl. Costa became bondsman
for tho latter, who did not appear when
tho case -was called for trial. This action
of Maruccl, Costa avert, was due to Iho
former's toellof that tho case had been
declared settled owing to an agreement
had botweon tilmalf and Cassete. The
rulo granted by court was mado return
able to next argument court.
Passengers for New York city should
take Lehigh Valley railroad. Sleeping
car placed on track at Wllkes-Barre
9.00 p. m. for occupancy. Leaves at
2.30 a. m., arriving New York 8.23 a, m.
Reservations at City Ticket Office, 309
for sale cheap, Architect Brown. '
Stcnm Heating and Plumbing.
P. P. & M. T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave.
KNOCKED OUT IN
THE SECOND ROUND
Dobby Dobbs Was Fur Too Clever for
Martin Judge of Philadelphia.
RIQ1IT HAND SWING DID THE WORK
During tho I'lrst ltound Dobbi
Spnrrcd to Find tho Wcnlc Points ot
His Advorsnry and in tho Second
Hound Ho Mndo Short Work of
HimThcro Were Sovcrnl Prelim
inary Uouts but Thoy Woro of n
The American Sporting club, of which
Jack Skelly, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Is man
ager, gave another fistic exhibition! In
Music hall last night before about 300
spectators. At 9.15 o'clock Announcer
William Burns, of Carbondale, stepped
into the ring and Introduced Patrick
Murphy, of this city, as tho referee of
the bouts, and Edward CoUman, also
of this city, as timekeeper.
The first preliminary bout was be
tween two 116-pound men, Jock Living
ston, of Taylor, and Frank Joyce, ot
Plttston They sparred three rounds,
and It was apparent that they were
equally matched and an extra two-mtn-Me
round was given, at tho end of
which Referee Murphy declared the
contest a draw.
The other bout was betwem "Kid"
Brown, of Hartford, Conn., and Scran
ton, and "Kid" Rey, of this city, a pro
tege of Brown's. They sparred three
rounds and Rey got tho decision.
The star bout of 20 rounds was an
nounced between "Bobby" Dobbs, of
Minneapolis, Minn., and Martin Judge,
of Philadelphia, at 135 pounds. Both
men entered the ring at 9.62 o'clock and
the former was seconded by "Kid"
Brown and P. J. Maloney, of this city.
In Judge's corner waa Harry Court-
right, thie "Pine Knot" of this city, and
"Billy" Smith, of Philadelphia.
Time was called at 9.56 o'clock. Both
men sparred cautiously for a short
time, but soon mixed things up and
some lively infighting followed. After
this considerable rushing was done by
uom men ana in tms breakaways neith
er seemed to regard the referee's
warning, tho honors wero about even,
although from appearance and action
Judge did not seem to ha In firat n..
condition, while Dobbs was fit to make
tne pgnt of his life.
A few minutes before Judge entered
the ring he was smoklntr rlp-nmttoo
and appeared a trifle nervous, although
he quickly recovered himself when time
was called. After the above round it
was apparent that Dobbs would rush
maners ana when tho contestants
came together for the second round,
some lively work ensued, nniiha hM
one glove on Judge's neck and rushed
mm arouna tne ring until he got him
In his own corner, and there he kept
him, landing several body blows and
upper-cuts. Judge appeared to be
groggy and Dobbs landed a vicious
left hand Jab on the heart and followed
It up with a right-hand swing on the
THB KNOCK-OUT BLOW.
This was the telling blow, as Judge
sank to tho floor unconscious. The ref
eree counted tho usual ten seconds and
Judge was still down. Murphy then
advanced to the front of the stage nnd
announced Dobbs the winner. The
beaten man was lifted upon a chair In
his corner and restoratives applied. He
came around In four minutes. The fight
lasted Just seven minutes, or four min
utes of actual fighting, tho first a
three-minute round the second one
Judge was clearly outclassed when
the gong sounded after the first time.
The fight was witnessed by many well
known sporting men, and about seventy-five
persons from Wllkes-Barre and
Plttston were In attendance.
Among the out-of-town newspaper
representatives present were W. W.
Castcrlln, of the New York Herald; J.
W. Dunn and John Bolton, of the
Wllkes-Barre Times and News-Dealer
Tailor made fall suits and overcoats,
latest styles, John Ross, 207 Spruce
Flatulence Is cured by BEECHAM'S
EASELS AND SCREENS.
Single panel, two, three and four panel
iff f&fKTi G Screens in cherry, oak and green finishes
jZjsI wCII3 newest things out, with or without
A few of
406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
S ELM PARK CHURCH.
1 Organ Recital by J. Alfred Pennington, S
fi (Organist of Elm Park Church, and Director of SCItANTON CONSEU- B
r VATOHY OF MUSIC) Assisted by the Bj
I Elm Park Church Quartette, on Tuesday Evening Next, i
fc 1 M
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MALONEY OIL AND iNIKHlG CO.
141 to 140 Meridian Street.Scrantun, I'a. Telephone 8086.
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iJNT Unseed V
md Shingle maw
varmsu, uryers, japan an
FALL NOVELTIES IN
At Popular Prices.
Judging from the vost array of Taney Tex
tiles exhibited on tho market, tho forecast
from tho great producing centers linn been ft
correct ouo. This will be a season for Nov
elties." The new weaves arc enhanced In tbclr prot
tlncm by tho new color harmonies, which Is
the important factor of up-to-date dress fab
rics. Designs vary and appllcablo to suit all
WE HAVE THEM.
44-Inch Pompadonr Suitings, two-toned
combinations in Heavy Arabasque de
signs. AT 39c.
3B-lnch All Wool Bultlngs In Broken
Checks, very stylish for Shirt Waists.
40-lnch Twilled Covert Cloth, desirable
for Tailor-Made Suits.
AT 49 c.
40-lnch Saxony Bultlngs, in a choice
line or designs. Very cheap at OS cents
42-lnch Dosket Weave Novelties in
Raised Effects, solid colored grounds.
make of hats
Hatters and Furnishers,
412 Spruce Street.
OTHER FALL STYLES
In Black, Brown, Gresn, Etc,
Now on Sale,
BELL & SKINNER,
Hotel Jarmyn Hatters,
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8,
Including tho painless extracting of
teeth by an entlroly new prooeJS.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
331 Spruce St, Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
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$?M a fillO Wlk IliXerfr
New lot received in white, oak, cherry. All
the $3.50 ones still on sale.
Turpentine, Whlto Lead, Coal Tar, Pitch,
320 Lackawanna Arc, Scranton Pa.
Wholesale nnd Kctnll
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
Convenient, Economical, Durable.
Producing Perfect I ml tatlon of Expenslra
Raynolds' Wood Finish,
Especially Designed for Inside Wort,
Marblo Floor Finish,
Durable and Dries Quickly.
Paint Varnish and Kal-
PURE LINSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE.
Sohmar Piano Stands at tba Head
AND J. W. dUERNSEV Stands at the Iteaj
in the Mnsio track. Yon can always get a
better bargain at bis Iwantlful Trarerooms
than at any other place In the city.
Call and sea for yourself before bayluj.
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. QUORNSEY, Prop.
i j. d.
S 311 and 314 Lack. Ave., Scranton, S
WHAT'S IK A il ?
NAME ASSOCIATED WITH
Or any other kind of floor cover
ing is a positive guarantee that
they ARE RIGHT. Of course,
we've everything In the line of
The Eye Specialist
OS1C nfllce Is at
na aenue. In Will
linns' White Front
fclioe Store, examines
the eye free In the
most accurate way, -and
his prices for spec
laden are cheaper
than elsewhere. A la
to tho proper care of
tho eyes seem to pon.
tess most people until
the time comes when
llon,or other results
ofsuch neglect give warning that nature Is
rebelling against such treatment of one ot
the most precious gifts. Normal vision Is a
blessing unappreciated until It has been Ion
and restored; its lull value Is then reullzed,
Therefore, you should not lose a day before
having your eyes examined. Thtsservlce wa
gladly reuder free of charge.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
Lowest Trices In
lints nnd Furnish