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THE SOHANTON TniBinSTB-THURSDAT MORNttfl. SEPTEMBER 23, 18JIT.
THE BIRD MAD FLOWN.
An Unknown Slnv lisuttncs from tlic
'.l Side Stntlon limine.
The next time Constable Walsh places
a man In the West Sldo station house
he will no doubt take particular care
to learn how to lock the cell door. On
Tuesday evening the constable, with
the nsstotunce of Citizen McNlcholls,
arrested n Slav, by vlrtuo of it war
rant Issued from Alderman Kelly's
offlce. The arrest was made at Lynn's
hotel, on Luzerne street, and It being
too late for a hearing the prisoner was
takeij to the station, house.
Permission was given for his Incar
ceration and the hearing was to take
place yesterday morning. The con
stable placed his man In a cell and, as
was thought, fastened It. lie, how
ever, did not clasp the spring lock and
It was not noticed by the regular pa
trolman, as the fellow remained quiet
during the remainder of the night. He
twten the change of shifts and at a
time when the day olllcer was making
his early mornlns rounds the prisoner
discovered his opportunity and seized
It, making his exit through the rear
Shortly ufterwards Constable Walsh
appeared and wanted his prisoner. The
bird had flown. The unknown was a
stranger heio and wns wanted for an
nssault made upon a man near the
Continental. Up to a late hour he had
not been found.
The younger men of the First Welsh
Baptist church styling themselves the
"bachelors," entertained last evening
In the parlors of the church. Their ef
forts were attended with complete suc
cess, as was evidenced by the largo
and appreciative attendance. Delect
able refreshments were served and a
catchy programme was well carried
out. The opening address was given
by President Luther Lewis, Reclta
tlons, each meriting the resulting ap
plause, were given by Henry Lewis,
Thomas H. Davis, D. J. Jones and
William Williams. Solos were rend
ered by William Hughes, John Evans.
A duet by John Evans nnd Charles
liichards completed the exercises. Each
"Bachelor" was nttlred In a natty cos
tume of white duck pants and blue
AN' EXCELLENT CONCERT.
Tho concert given at the Jackson
street Baptist church last evening for
the benefit of the Lawrence Congrega
tional church, of Lackawanna, was a
success from an artistic point of view,
and It Is to be regretted that It did
rot realize a similar financial result.
The audience was fairly largo and very
Kelect and t,he talent was all that could
be deslied. Each participator was well
known and their efforts were thorough
ly appreciated. The solos rendered by
Professor James Savage, of London,
consisted of "Tho Holy Mission," an old
Cornish song, Ola la Lima." His son,
Lonzo Savage, rendered a piano solo,
"Midsummer's Night's Dream," and
pang a two part song, "Old Hungarian
Air, and "Sleep, Baby Sleep." Solos
AJERVOUS TROUBLES; AM, KINDS
J-i cured with Anlmnt Hxtrnrti. Free hook
tells how. WAHHINUtUN CHEMICAL, CO.,
Washington, 1). C.
'niBUQC! HAAlftC! CHI?
Mm HOODS SALh
It's true, the season is still young too early one
would a1 most say for slaughtering prices in the face
of a rising market.
The Duration of This
Sale is Only for One Week
However, and an the protracted hot
weather has made the season back
ward so far, we have determined to
give trade a boost that will keep re
echoing and reverberating through
the local hills and valleys, till
Christmas' next, when Fall and
Winter dress selling practically
comes to a close.
We Have Not Paid
the New Tariff Duties
On a single yard of material yet and
for a week, at any rate, you need
not wnrrv nvor tho fldvnnpo that
must follow. Buy your every day
gowns while this sale lasts, and
you'll get them for less money than
was ever known In
Although this statement may ap
Seven Makes and Grades
at 3 Popular Prices,
35 pieces 38-Inch crochet suitings,
splendid range of color combina
This Sale Begins Today
and Lasts One Week Only.
were also rendered by Miss Ulodw.cn
UecB. Mrs. Urundage, David Stephens,
and P. II. Warren. Messrs. Stephens
and Warren rendered a duet as also
did Mrs. Urundage and P, H. Warren.
An extra number was a solo by Myr
ddyn Hees, accompanied by his sister,
Miss Ulodwen Itees. Judge H. M. Ed
wards presided as chairman and In his
characteristic manner Introduced each
number with a few fitting remarks.
ENGINE IS ON THE WAY.
Either today or tomorrow the much
expected chemical engine of tho Colum
bia Chemical company will be piuceu
In the engine house on Division street.
Word has been received that the en
gine had been shipped from Baltimore
on Saturday last. This engine is prob
ably the finest piece of fire Apparatus
of its kind that the Holloway Fire Ap
paratus and Supply" company has ever
turned out. All the latest Improve
ments, among them many special ones,
have been embodied in its construc
tion, and Scranton, as usual, gets the
first of the new machines. The Colum
bia "boys" feel highly elated and are
very anxious to get their new appar
atus Into Its quarters.
Harry Rhlnehart spent yesterday at
Plttston. .. , . .
Thomas Pughe, of Archbald Street, Is
very 111 at his residence from an attack,
Evan a. Jones late tonsorlal artist
at the "Wlnola House." has assumed
a simitar position with Thomas E.
Price, of Price's news agency.
Lyman Mllroy, of Danville, called up
on West Scranton friends Tuesday.
John O'Brien, of tho Times, West
Side department, has returned from a
trip to New York city.
Mrs. C. J. Mann and son William, of
Altoona, have returned home from a
visit with Mrs. SetlV Wrlghley, of South
Henry S. Jacobs, of Lafayette Street,
and John Monnlger, of North Hyde
Park Avenue, have returned from a
trip to Waymart.
Dr. E. Y. Harrison. Dentist, Meara
Hall. 113 S. Main avenue.
Mrs. Weaton and daughter Laura,
of Sweetland Street, are home from a
visit at New York city.
Mrs. F. J. Johnson, of North Rebecca
Avenue, has returned from a visit at
New York citv.
Miss Stella Murray, of Eynon Street
has returned from a visit at Wilkes
Barre. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Morris, of South
Main avenue, are the guests of friends
Wnltfr .Tones, of South Hvde Park
avenue, who Is attending Bloomsburg
Normal school, has been very HI but
but was somewhat Improved last even
ing. George Shudloch.of Washburn street,
had the misfortune to either lose or
have stolen a purse containing $110 last
evening on North Main avenue, be
tween Clarke Bros.' store and Jaskson
street. The police were Informed of
The latest and best styles. Itoberts,
126 North Main.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
The funeral of Frank, the young son
of Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, of lis
tions. In a comfortable, early Fall
33 pieces 3S-Inch novelty suitings
in the following two tone effects:
Purple and Black. Garnet and
jjiuck, Aivriio and Black, Cardinal
and Black. Three colors In same
cloth Navy, Green and Black,
Brown, Green and Black.
Your choice of seventy pieces
At 29c a Yard
33 nieces raw silk and wool nov
elties, a most effective cloth In the
following color combinations: Old
Rose and Green, Black and Green,
Brown and Green, Black and Grey,
Navy and Grey, etc.
25 pieces 38-lnch twine weave
suitings In the most attractive
color mixture Imaginable.
20 pieces 38-Inch all wool broken
check suitings, medium shades, In
dressy, Fall color harmonies.
Your choice of 8 styles,
At 35c a Yard
25 pieces 38-lnch superb all wool
tweed suitings, In correct effects for
stylish, up-to-date suits.
25 pieces 38-lnch fine bouclo suit
ings, mixed blends of popular
Your choice of fifty pieces
At 45c a Yard
South Sixth Street, occurred yesterday
from tho parental residence. Many
friends of the bereaved parents attend
ed and tho floral oflerlngs were very
beautiful. Interment was made at tho
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery. The
pall bearers were: Thomas Gallagher,
John Sullivan, Patrick McAndrew, and
Will II. Drew.
We laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry.
Most Side HiislnoK Directory.
MRS. FENTO'N, CLAIRVOYANT AND
prhcnologlst, 412 North Main avenuo.
B. O. MORGAN & SON, NOTARIES
Public, Real Estate, Foreign Exchange
and Ocean Ticket Agents. Rents col
lected. Prumpt monthly settlements.
Ofllce 1101 Jackson street, over Mus.
gravo's drug store,
SECOND HAND I. URNITURE Cash for
anything, you havo to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and neo tho
stock of J. C. King, 7U1 to 7W West Lack,
The marriage of Patrick C. Cannon
nnd Miss Doretta Burns was solemn
ized at tho Holy Rosary church at high
noon yesterday. Rev. J. J. O'Toole tied
tho nuptial knot. The bridal party
marched down the aisle of tho church
to tho sweet strains of a wedding
march executed on the organ by Miss
Llbblo Neary. At the altar they were
met by the officiating clergyman, who
performed the ceremony. The brldo
was attended by Miss Anna Doyle, of
Pottsville, and Patrick Sister wa9 best
mun. A reception followed at the home
of the bride's parents on Bloom ave
nue, at which dinner was served to a
large number of guests. Mr. and Mrs.
Cannon left late In the afternoon on a
wedding trip, and upon their return
will make this place their home. Both
are popular young people and are high
ly respected by a large number of
Lieutenant Spellman was accosted
early yesterday morning by a man who
In broken English Informed the officer
that he had been held up by a high
wayman on the Olyphant road and at
the sioint of a revolver made to give
all his money, which amounted to JIG,
and his watch. After securing the
booty he was commanded to go hl3
way, and ptctty fast If he valued his
life. After going some distance he "re
traced his footsteps and followed the
highwayman, but lost sight of him
when nearlng the Delaware and Hud
son Providence station.
There will be a social In Company II
armory this evening.
David j; Hi'ghcs, of North Main ave
nue, called on friends at Wllkes-Barro
Edward Kelfer, of Henwood's drug
store, ictumed last evening from Lattl
mcr, where he has been doing service with
tho Thirteenth regiment.
Alderman Roberts Is able to be about
again after a slight Illness.
Miss Rachael Jenkins, who has been tho
guest of Miss Cecil Davis, returned yes
terday to her homo In Carbondale.
'Mrs. C. J. Church, of North Main ave
nue, returned yesterday from Lenoxville,
where she attended a family reunion.
Albert Coombs was arrested yesterday
on tho charge of larceny by bailee. Alder
man Roberts gave tho case a hearing and
ho considered that the prosecutrix, Mrs.
Sarah A. Davltt, could not substantlato
her charge and Coombs was discharged.
A warrant was issued yesterday by Al
derman Roberts for the arrest of Jerries
Walsh. John McGrath, tho complainant
In tho case, charges Walsh with taking $20
from him. At the hearing yesterday af
ternoon Walsh was held In $300 ball on
suspicion of having something to do with
tho money's disappearance.
A very enjoyable tlmo was spent at the
homo of Miss Emma Hartwlck on New
York street Tuesday evening. Games
and rr uslc were Indulged and at a
lato hour refreshments were served.
Thoso present were: Misses Anna Justin,
Maggie Morkel, Mamo Hartwlck, Edith
Davis, Phoebo Stuart, Mr. and Mrs.
Archlo Baldwin, Lizzie Brelg, of Taylor;
Mr. and Mrs. AV. C. Baldwin, of Nichol
son; Elmer Dakln, Arthur Vail, Joseph
Merkel. Joseph C. Merkel, Willie G-etz,
Charles Hartwlck, Charles Weber, Fred
erick Merkel, Berton Huff, of Dunmore.
Music was furnished by Professors Getz
and Mortzel. Piano solos by Emma Hart
wlck and Edith Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brown, of Sander
son avenue, ate visiting friends In New
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dunning and fam
ily of Mousey avenue, havo returned
from n trip to Niagara Falls.
John Garland, of Jones' drug store,
and wife, havo moved Into tho bouse
formerly occupied by A. E. Klefer and
family, on Dickson avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray McCune. of Ford
bam street, accompanied by their guest.
Miss Ruth McCune, of Bath, N. Y aro
spenuing ten uays at tho stato line.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James nro visit
ing their son John, of Now York city.
uuwin nun nas nccn spending the past
few days In Plttston,
P. II. Dunn, of East Market street,
is in Now York city on business.
Tho South Side Young Women's Chris
tian association, 1021 Cedar avenue, will
havo Its fall opening and educational
rally Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Tho
rooms havo been repapered and some new
furnishings added. This Is an occasion
when every young woman Is Invited to
come and seo for herself how attractive
and cosy tho rooms really are and also
to find out about tho work especially
the educational department for the edu
cational work this year Is to be placed
upon a good foundation for tho syllabus
recommended by tho. International com
mute will be udopted, certificates being
granted at the close of the term. Ele
mentary arltmmetlc, advanced arithmetic,
English, with literature, German and em
broidery aro the classes the association
has to offer. This makes the educational
department a strong evening school.
Come Friday evening and hear all about
It. Mrs. Q. II. Ripple will speak. Music,
short talks and a social time will be the
features of Friday evening.
A ladles' bicycle club was organized
Tuesday evening to be called the South
Side Young Women's Christian associa
tion Bicycle club. Colors, red and white.
Miss Lou Johnson was elected president;
Mrs. W. E. Smith, captain; Miss Ida Blt
tenbender, secretary; Miss Amalle Helm,
treasurer. All lady bicyclists are Invited
to join tho club.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Jacob
Kunz will take place this afternoon from
the family homo on Maple street, cer
vices will afterward be held In the Hick
ory Street Presbyterian church and In
terment will bo made In Pltsvwi avenue
Ray Brady, a boy living on Cherry
street, fell from a chair Tuesday nnd bus
talned a broken arm.
John McAndrow was Injured In the Hoi
den mlno Tuesday by being squeezed be
tween tho cars.
William Vltcl had his left arm hurt In
tho Greenwood mine Tuesday afternoon.
His arm was squeezed between a car and
the rough rib.
Miss Mlna SCang was tendered a farewell
party at Natter's hall last evening. iMiss
SSang leaves next week for Germany.
Michael Weber, of Irving avenue, Is out
again, having recovered from hla Injuries.
Mrs. Michael Kelley, of La Plume, Is
111 at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John E.
O'Malley, of Blrney avenue, where ehc is
Max Phillips, of Alder street, was in-
NO SLEEP FOR THREE MONTHS
Ono Cntise of Sleeplessness That Cnn
lio Itoadllv Overcome.
Mr. Wm. Handschu of 66th St., Cot
ton Alley, Pittsburg, Pa expresses
himself as follows regarding the new
remedy for that common and obstinate
disease, piles: "I take plcasuro In
stating that I was nflllcted with piles
that for three months I got no regular
sleep; I became completely prostrated,
tho doctors did me no good; my brother
told me of tho new remedy for piles,
tho Pyramid Pile Cure; I purchased
from my druggist three DO cent bottles
nnd they completely cured me. I am
onco more at my work but for .this ex
cellent medicine I should bo on my
back. I tnke great pleasure In writ
ing this letter becauso so many people
are sufferers from this trouble who like
myself did not know where to look for
a permanent, reliable, safe cure.
Experience with the Pyramid Pile
Cure In tho past three years has dem
onstrated to tho medical profession,
as well as to thousand of sufferers
from piles, that It Is the safest nnd
most effectual cure ever offered to the
public, containing no opiates or poisons
of any kind, painless nnd convenient
to handle and being sold by druggists
at 50 cents and $1 per box, Is within
tho reach of every sufferer.
Very frequently two or three boxes
have made a complete cure of chronlo
cases that had not yielded to other re
medies for years,
There Is scarcely a disease more ag
gravating and obstinate .to cure than
the various forms of piles and It Is a
common practice to use ointments,
salves and similar preparations con
taining dangerous poisons to remove
the trouble. The Pyramid has sup
erceded all If these Ineffectual rem
edies and no one suffering with any
rectal trouble make any mistake In
giving the Pyramid a trial.
If In doubt as to the nature of your
trouble send to the Pyramid Drug Co.,
Albion, Mich. for a valuable little
book on piles, describing all forms of
the disease and the method of cure.
Pile Cure as It Is the best known and
most popular remedy for plies and If
you ask him ho can doubtless refer you
to many people in your vicinity who
have been cured completely by It.
Jured Tuesday In tho quarry on the East
mountain. Mr. Phillips was standing near
a derrick when tho chain broke and the
stones fell upon his legs. No bones were
Miss Mary Kelley, of Irving avenue, lcrt
yesterday for a visit In New York city.
II. C. Doebler, of Willow street, Is suf
fering from slight injuries sustained by a
fall from a bicycle.
Thomas Roland, of Plttston avenue,
has returned after a visit at Wllke.
Tho Scranton Sacngerrundo will hold a
concert and ball In Natter's hall this
evening. A good tlmo Is assured.
Miss Mamo Gallagher, of Wllkes-Barre,
and Miss Blanche Mccgan, of Washing-)
ton, u. -.. nave returned nome aucr a
visit to Miss 'Mary A. Ruddy, of Cedar
Wo laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry
The Junior Order United American Me
chanics of this place will go to Green
Ridge tonight to Institute a new lodge in
that place. Tho new lodge will meet In
Lucas" 'hall on Market street.
Harry Young leaves today for Easton,
Pa where he will resume his studies at
St. Stephen commnndcry, Knights of
Malta, will meet In Masonic hall Monday
Leavo items of news at Jones' milk
Maggie, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lahey, of (Monroe avenue, who
died Tuesday, will be burled today.
Miss Hattlo Lohman returned to her
homo In Mayfleld yesterday after spend
ing a fow days with Miss Maine Varnes,
of Williams street.
H. M. Bono Is ill at his homo on Blake
Oysters today at Jones' milk depot.
Miss Ida Stein has returned to her homo
m New York after visiting Miss Lllllo
Knapp the past few weeks.
Charles Hout has removed his family
from Petersburg to South Blakely street.
Parties who aro doing the hunting In
the woods hereabouts will do well to read
the gamo laws passed by the last legisla
Misses Mary and Ttoso Conner, Anna
Cuslok, B. Hlggtns and John Mulherln at
tended a wedding at Plains yesterday.
The O'ConnelL council, Young Men's In
stitute, meet in regular session this even
ing. The sporting fraternity of tho town was
well represnted at tho Tlgho and Abbott
mill at Laurel Hill park last night.
As predicted by The Tribune, tho sec
ond annual of the Golf club was a decided
success. Tho stage was tastefully deco
rated with potted plants. Miss Kathryn
Rcardon presided at tho piano. Refresh
ments wero served at 12 o'clock by tho
lady friends of tho club. A large number
of out of town people wero present.
.Mrs. Peter Burhan, a respected resident
of Archbald, died at her homo on Hill
street In that b6rou&h yesterday morning.
She had baen sick for several weeks.
Mrs. Burhan hud lived In Archbald for
many years and was held In high esteem
by her many acquaintances. She was a
sister of Councilman Philip Behle, and tho
the mother of Mrs. Contrad Berghnuser
and Louis and Philip Burhan. all of
ArchbaM. Her funeral takes place this
afternoon. Services will bo held In tho
Lutheran churoh and Interment will bo
lri the Protestant cemetery.
Tho death of Robert, the 6-year-old son
of Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Hughes, of North
Main avem t, occurred yesterday from an
attack of dlprtherla. This Is tho second
death In the tamlly within a short space
of time, another child having died with
the eamo dlFeaso about three weeks ago.
Tho funeral will take placo today and
will bo private. Interment will be made
In Washburn street cemetery.
Esther Meredith, the two-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mere
dith, died yesterday at their homo on
North Bromley avenue. Tho funeral will
take place tomorrow at 2.30 o'clock p.
m. Rev. Mr. DeGruchy, of tho Jackson
street Baptist church, will oftlclatc. In
terment will be made at tho Washburn
The Dog and Poultry departments at
the Dallas Fair, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1
Tuesday to Friday, will bo on an ex
tensive scale. A large tent Is being
erected to accommodate exhibitors In
these departments. The wooden build
ings on tho grounds are entirely too
Email to hold tho exhibits this year,
hence the erection of new buildings and
tents all over the grounds. Remember
tho dates. Trains every hour of tho
day. Tho lowest rates ever given to
Dallas by the railroad companies.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tit hi' jl
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MET.
Considered tho Dclntts of Arrange
ments for Today's Convention.
There was a big gathering of rail
road men ut the St. Charles hotel last
night. They were tho delegates to tho
convention of tho State Leglslatlvo
Board of Railroad Employes and rep
resent 100,000 rallwny employes of this
state. The convention begins this
morning at 9.30 o'clock In Rnub's hall
and will be attended by about 150 dele
gates and many local members of tho
organizations which nro represented on
tho Legislative board. The latter havo
no voice or vote In the convention. Tho
bonrd meets every two years and Its
sessions are always very Important.
Last night the members of the ex
ecutive committee held a meeting at
which tho details of today's convention
were discussed and tho financial affairs
of tho board considered. The execu
tive committee Is made up of three
members of each organization reprq
scnted In the legislative board. Tho
mebers of It are:
Brotherhood of Locomotlvo Engineers
E. B. Mitchell, Harrlshurg; T. T. Sheri
dan, Conamaugh; S. T. Monahan, Phila
delphia. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
F. J. May, Hallstcad; B. F. Hubcr, Har
rlsburg, 8. J. Glover, Bennett.
Order of Railway Conductors John
Sheridan, Mauch Chunk; E. M. MoAlplne,
Northumberland, William Hcabncr, Pitts
burg. Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen J.
II. Wcstley, Easton; W. B. Carman, Har
rlshurg; II. R, Fuller, Beaver Falls.
Order of Railway Telegraphers J. N.
Weller, East Mauch Chunk; E. 15. Ash,
Mauch Chunk: L. A. Sneary, McKee's
The convention will he In session this
morning and afternoon. The latter ses
sion will be continued until all the busi
ness to come before tho board Is dis
MARRIED AT IIIQII NOON.
Miss illnmc Richard !i nnd G. V. Mc
Oovern, ot Mnnch Chunk, Wedded.
The marriage of Miss Mame Rich
ards, of Second street, to G. V. Mc
Govern, of Mauch Chunk, took place
at high noon yesterday at Holy Cross
church, Bellevue. The" couple, attend
ed by Miss Nellie Richards, a sister of
the trlde. as bridesmaid, and Charles
F. Dolan, of Mauch Chunk, as grooms
man, proceeded up the main aisle, as
Prof. J. McDermott rendered Mendel
sshon's wedding march. They were
met at the altar railing by Rev. John
J. Loughran, who performed the cere
mony. The ladles were costumed In pretty
and appropriate gowns, and carried
roses. The ceremony was witnessed by
many Invited friends. After the cere
mony the Immediate friends and rela
tives partook of a wedding dinner,
served at the residence of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. McGovern de
parted M. 3 o'clock for Philadelphia
mil other points of Interest on their
wedding tour. They will afterwards
reside at Mauch Chunk.
Mrs. McGovern Is an engaging young
lady and Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Richards, of 314 Second
stree. Mr. McGovern holds a respon
sible wos'tlcn In the sales department
of the Central railroad at Mauch
Grand Special Excursion
to the Klondyke Gold Fields. Special
train to Seattle; special steamer to St.
Michaels, and special steamer from St.
Michaels to the Gold Fields. Leave
Buffalo midnight of March 9th; leave
Seattle Wednesday, March 16th. Tour
ist sleeping cars, lowest rates, berths
reserved nnd tickets sold through to
For all Information as to rates, sup
plies and cost of same, write at once,
as tho boat Is fast filling up, to F. J.
Moore, General Agent, Nickel Plate
Road, 23 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. Y.
To Curo n Cold in Ono Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
Mis to cure. 25 cents.
Sleeping car for New York, via Le
high Valley railroad, may be occupied
at Wllkes-Barre after 9:00 p. m. Ar
rives New York S:23 a. m. Tickets at
309 Lackawanna avenue.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBBR 24.
The Distinguished Artiste,
And an Admirable Company In u Sump
tuous 1'roductlou of
Tho most Elabornte and Artistic Present
tatlon ever glven lu America,
Box ofllco open Wednesday, 0 ft. m.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER as.
Matinee and Night.
UNCLE TOITS CABIN CO.
The Largest nnd Best.
SEE THP BIO PARADE AT NOON,
PRICES: Matinee, Children IB, Adults. 2fic
Night, 125, 35, and 50c.
Academy of Husic
Rels & Burgunder, Lessees.
II, R. Long, Local Manager.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Sept. 23, 21, 25. Matinees Friday
The uiammoiitu scenic production
NEW lfCRK DAY BY DRY
Produced In Its entirety with all tho orlg-
nnl scenery and effects. A wealth
of novelties nndspeclaltles.
EVENING PniCF.H...13c, 25C, HSC, 500,
MATINEE 1'ltICEd lftc, 250.
Monday, Tussday and Wednesday,
Sep!. 27, 28 and 29.
Matinees Tuesday and Wednesday. The
Gus Hill's Novelties
Headed b Jenny Yoamans,
The Queen of Vnudevllle, In Conjunction
with 20 Other CeioLtrllk'S.
EVENINO PRICES 15a, 25o., 05c, 60o
MATINEE PRICES 15c, 250
No need to go there for
when you can get it at any grocer's.
It Makes the Dirt Fly
MADB ONLY BY
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chicago. St, Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia.
We make the
FULL SET TEETH - $5.00
TEETH CLEANED - 25c
TEETH VV THOUT PLATE $3.00
TEETH EXTRACTED - Free
Ae Guarantee a F"lt.
A written guaranty (or 10 years with nil work. Tho lnrgo pntronnge which has com
pelled ub to enlnrge our parlors Is duo to tho uniformly high grade woric done by skilled
dentists nnd the ten-year protective guarantee given. 1)0 NOT Be liUCBIVBD or misled
by imitators. We havo no connection with nny other olllce In the city. Cut this out and
bring It with you in order to get the benefit of cheap rates.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 1.
Cor. Lackawanna nnd Wyoming
Have Brains in Them
Yes, there are brains in Stetson
Hats brains in making them and
brains in wearing them.
New Fall Styles in Stiff and Soft
Hats on sale. It's a wise head
that wears a Stetson Hat.
These and Other Good Styles Sold by
CONRAD, 205 Lackawanna Avenue
"W-A, i o
Advertisements Under This Head $5 Per Line Per Yer.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. KAY, 206 Perm ave.. 1-5 and 7-9 p. m.
Diseases of women, children. Telephone.
DR. BATESON, 337 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. C. L. FREY, SORANTON SAVINGS
Bank bldg, 122 Wyoming avenue.
JIARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D., HOMK
opathlst, No. 22S Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenuo and Spruce street, Scranton. ON
flco hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. 612 NORTH WASH,
DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND 208
Board of Trade building. Oillce hours,
8 to 9 0. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi
dence 309 Madison avenue.
DR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Ofllce telephone 13ti3. Hours: 10 to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE 231
Adams. Residence, 1318 Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, anil
genito-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W. G. ROOK, VETERINARY SUR
geon. Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 124 Linden street, bcranton.
JAMES H. TORREV, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at Law. Rooms 4U and 411
FRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Burr buildings, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY
Rooms 11 and 15. Republican bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY .ATTORNEYS-at-law.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law. Republican
building Washington avenue, Scranton,
JESSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX. TRADERa1
National Bank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Commun
!sath building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
tJvrANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 6. Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNBY-AT-Law
Rooms 511, 615 and 516, Board of
I, A WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawnr.na ave., Scranton, Pa.
C R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Commonwealth building, Scranton, P.i.
C. COMEOY3, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANt-hegotlated
on real estate security
Mears building, corner Washington uc
nuo and Spruce Htreet.
n. F. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. H- HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Law,
13 Commonwealth bldg,, Scran
ton. WATSON, DEIHL, HALL & KIJMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law:
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10; third lloor.
SAVE TEETH !
$2.00 to $5.00
Wo extract teeth, nil teeth
nnd apply gold crowns nnd
bridge work without the leant
particle of pnln by n method
patented nnd used by us only.
No sleep-producing accents or
cocnlno. Come nnd hnve your
teeth extracted In tho morn
ing and go homo In tho even
ing with new teeth.
We arc responsible and
do just aa wo advertise.
We will tell you exactly
what your work will cost
by a free examination.
YORK DENTAL PARLORS
(Over Newark Shoo .Store.)
Entrance on Wyoming avenue,
WOLF & WENZEL,
340 Adams Ave., Opp. Court tlouss.
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Solo Acents for Rlchardson-Boynton's
Furnaces and Raneso.
MADE ME A MAIM
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUHB
Ji,Zt Nervous JMsea$e ratling Mem
ory, Impotoncr, BlaeplMinMe, etc.. c&u4
by Abuio or othir Exeesaaa uia Ind It
erations, Thty quickly and surelu
restore Lost Vitality In old or roast, anl
fit a znaa for study, bu' tneu or marriage.
fSPrTnt Ins&nttr am Gonsamcticm it
taknn in titan. Their ne shows in. mediate fmproTa
xnentand effects a GUliE where all other laii In
nlst npon baTins the tannine AJaz Tablets. They
have cured thousands and will cure 700, We aire apoa
itire written anarantee to effect a care Cfl pTC la
each case or refund the money Prioo W Vlwi per
package; or six pities (fall treatnont for (3.C0. By
mall. In plain wrapper, npon receipt of price. Circnlai
" AJAX REMEDY CO., Stsrl'-
For Hula In Ncranton, Pa., by Matthews
liroH. and Morgan & Co.
PERCIVAL J. MORRIS, ARCHITECT,
Board of Trade Building,
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 21, 23 and 2C, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
roar of COS Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT,
435 Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price Building, 128 Washington avenue,
T. I. LACDY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, 323 N. WASHINGTON
DR. F. L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCE
DR. H. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACII, 113 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
BARRING &. M'SWEBNEY, COMMON,
wealth building. Intcrstato Secret Ser
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACKA
wnnna avenue, Scranton, Pa manufac.
turer of Wire Screens.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton. Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, law, medicine or business. Opens
September 13. Send for catalogue. Rev.
Thomas M. Cann, LL. D., Walter H.
Buell, A. M.
G. R. CLARK & CO., SEEDMRN AND
Nurserymen; utore HO Washington ave
nue; green house, 1330 North Main ave
nue; Btoro telephone, 782.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 123 and 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable,
P. .EIGLBR, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
BAUER'S .ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and conceit work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert's
MEUAROEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplier envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue,
FRANKP. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
pale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC
cimiitunt and auditor. Rooms li and 20,
Williams' Building, opposite postofllco.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
TIIW TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO,,
North Washington Avenue Llnotyps
Composition of all kinds quickly dons.
Facilities unsurpassed In this region.