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TJTJ33 SCIMlNTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 13. 185)7.
PRBTTY CHURCH WEDDING
Miss Cleopatra Pcarce and Frederick
Decker Married In the Jackson
Street Baptist Church.
Ono of tho prettiest church woddlnRs
occurring In West Scranton for sdmc
time took place last evening nt the
Juokson Street Baptist church, when
Miss Cleopatra Pearcc, daughter ot Mr.
nnd Mrs. Henry P. I'earce, of 292?
Frlnk street, was wedded to Frederick
Decker, of Price street. Tho church
auditorium was crowded with guests.
At 8 o'clock, n Prof. J. Haydn Cous
ins, of Peckvlllc, commenced playing
an orlclnal wcddltiK march, tho brldo
and her attendnnts walked down the
aisle. Miss Gertrude Pearcc was maid
of honor and the Misses Myra and An
nie Pcarce and Louisa Hale wero brides
maids. The first three are sisters of
the bride nnd tho latter a cousin.
Frank Phillips was best man and Wy
man Pcarce and Sylvnnus Savltta
groomsmen. The bride was attired In
White silk, trimmed with pearl and lace.
Bhe carried roses. The maid of honor
wore blue silk with pearl and lace trlm
mlncs and carried roses. Miss Annie
Pcarce was gowned In pink silk, with
similar trimmings, and carried carna
tions. The remaining maids were at
tired similarly in white silk, with rib
bon trimmings, and carried roses.
Tho bridal party was met nt tho altar
railing by tho groom and Ilov. Thomas
Be Gruchy, the pastor of the church,
who performed tho ceremony. The
brldo was clvcn away by her father.
During the ceremony Prof. A. E. Morse
rendered "Love's Old, Sweet Song," on
tho mandolin, accompanied by Prof.
Cousins. At the close of tho ceremony
tho bridal party passed out while Men
delsshon's wedding march was being
Tho party, accompanied by a few im
mediate friends and relative?, repaired
to tho residence of tho bride's parents,
where a bountiful supper was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Decker will begin house
keeping Immediately In their newly
furnished home on North Bromley ave
nue. They are well known young peo
ple. The ushers were: Arthur Wil
liams, W. II. Morgans, Charles Smith,
James Pearcc, Thomas Sweet and Ed
T. P. C. K. ANNIVERSARY.
The Sherman avenue Christian En
deavor society celebrated Its sixth an
niversary last evening with a pro
gramme suitable for the occasion, Mlsi
D. P. Evans acting as chairman. The
exercises opened with prayer by Rev.
Mr. Lewis. Then followed a solo by
Miss Davis, of Providence. Miss Eliza
Price read tho history of tho society
jdncc Us organization. An address wis
made by J. It. Thomas, president of
the society. A solo was rendered by
Miss Lizzie Merchant. Rev. Peter
Roberts, of Olyphant, who was pastor
of Plymouth church at the time this
hnclety was organized, was present and
discussed this subject, "Scenes from
the Life of an Old Warrior." The
president made the closing remarks.
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I Globe Warehouse I
It is only in such establishments as have a free and unlimited
command of tho open market that tho real novelty and variety
in tho styles for
LADIES9 FALL GARMENTS
can ho seen this season. Tho designers and manufacturers ap
pear to have entered into an open competition for supremacy
as leaders of clcganco in now fashions, and there is no estab
lished notion as to what is strictly correct, the result is a
wealth of variety in shapes and ways of trimming, such as has
never been seen before.
We Invite Our Patrons
to visit our Cloak Department these days when our fixtures
aro full of now ideas and novelties, as wo feel confident that
an inspection will prove a revelation to ladies who do not caro
to appear in styles that ovory other porson is wearing.
A RUSSIAN BLOUSE
In pew green kersey, with tight
back, loose front, real astrakhan
fur edge, very elaborate braiding
and applique work, etc., represents
one of the handsomest garments
we have ever seen.
Price, $24.00 or Less
f ' for styles not quite as elaborate.
with loose back and front, rich mil
itary braiding, Roman stripe silk
linings; superbly tailored, and with
al a very handsomo garment In
royal blue, green or black kersey.
whose principal featuro is its ex
quisite workmanship and undoubt
ed quality has attracted much at
tention. Beautiful designs in self
applique work, broad stitched bor
der edges, patch pockets, etc., af
ford an Idea of the make-up. These
come in cadet blue, new greens or
The Price, $18.00
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Tho meetings of the society aro held
every Tuesday evening. During tho
evening u letter was read from ltev. G.
ii. Guild, stating that no would bo un
able to uttend. Tho meeting closed by
singing "God Bo With Us Till Wo
BOARD OF TRADE SESSION.
Cnrpct Concern .Must IMnco 9:10,000
iu Hands Before Locating.
Tho West Side board of trade met in
regular session In their rooms In the
West Side Bank building last evening.
President Holmes presided.
Tho main topic for discussion was
tho task of having $20,000, or ns much
thereof as possible, worth of bonds
taken up by West Scranton capital
ists. This task was brought about by
tho fact that a carpet manufactory Is
about to be located on tho Tripp addi
tion, and tho only condition attached
is the raising of $30,000 In tho form of
C per cent, fifteen-year bonds, with a
proviso privilege of paying In three
years. This bond issue is to bo offset
by the deposit of a guarantee bond of
$30,000 by the firm of Maclcroy, Scholey
& Comegys, of Philadelphia, who aro
backing tho proposed plant.
The Scranton board of trade, through
Secretary Atherton, had closed tho deal
nnd procured the site for the plant nnd
J. A. Linen, president of the First Na
tional bank, has already taken $10,000
of the necessary $30,000 worth of bonds.
Tho remainder was submitted to tho
West Side board of trade for placing
nmong capitalists of this side, urging
an Immediate action. Tho board was
not prepared to act last evening, but
upon motion of Mr. Farrell, tho matter
was referred to tho finance committee
of the board, who wilt act in conjunc
tion with President Holmes and Secre
tary Atherton. The committee will act
ns quickly as possible.
An Idea of the proposed plant Is given
In the following figures: The building
will cost $20,000; dye house, $1,000; tho
Plot, $4,000; machinery, $30,000; stock,
$10,000, nnd incidentals, $10,000. This
makes a total cost ot about $7S,000. Tho
$30,000 to be raised here In bonds will
be used ns follows: $10,000 to be paid
upon completion of tho foundation;
$10,000 more when the building is com
pleted, and the llnal $10,000 when tho
plant has commenced operations.
Unless nn extension of time is secured
the $20,000 must bo forthcoming today.
The other business of the evening
included the admitting of ono new
member nnd the adoption of a motion
by Mr. Farrell Instructing the manu
facturing committee to confer with the
proper officials of the Delaware, Lack
awanna and Western and Lackawanna
Iron and Steel company In refeience to
factory sites. B. F. Laudlg stated that
the Lackawanna Iron and Steel com
pany and the old Tripp homestead
tracts were to be opened In the near
future for building plots. President
Holmes also said that a Mr. Brock, of
England, would meet him today to
consider a site for a proposed woolen
FUNERALS OF A DAY.
The funeral services of Elizabeth, tho
infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John
Parry, of 1308 Division street, were
held yesterday afternoon at the paren
tal residence. There were many friends
of the bereaved parents In attendance
A TAILORS' JACKET
at tho same price is worthy
of note. It is severely plain with
patch pockets, strapped seams, ex
quisite silk linings, rich peurl but
tons, etc., and comes In pearl grey,
royal blue, brown, green and black.
one of tho most stylish Jackets in
our entire range. The stylo Is unique
nnd the cut nnd trim as nearly per
fect as human ingenuity can mako
It costs $15.00
are tho most popular of cloth ef
fects, and tho trlplo stitching, ap
plique trimmings nnd pockets give
this Jacket a Jaunty, dressy appear
ance that Is simply Indescribable,
and an excellent value at that fig
ure. This, too, is $15.00
we've cheaper garments If you
want. AH the above and others aro
exclusively our own styles.
and the floral offerings were very beau
tiful. Rev. D. P. Jones, pastor of the
Tabernacle Congregational church, of
ficiated. Interment wns mado at tho
Washburn street cemetery. Tho pall
bearers were: Tcddlo and John Jones,
Edgar Howells, Reese Thomns, Tom
mle Williams, George James, Thomas
Jenkins and Evan Hopkins. Flower
bearers: Leon Wngstaff, May Jen
kins, Bennle Davis and Maggie James.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
James Wntklns, of 219 North Bromley
avenue, was Interred yesterday after
noon nt tho Washburn street cemetery.
The funeral was held from the paren
tal home nnd wns private. Rev. J. B.
Sweet, pastor of the Simpson church,
The funsrnl of tho late Thomas
Roche, of Bellevue, took place yester
day morning. High requiem mass was
celebrated at tho Holy Cross church at
D o'clock. Tho remains wsro borno
to the church, after being viewed
at th residence. Rev. John Laugh
ran was celebrant. He preached an
eloquent sermon, referring to tho many
noble qualities of tin deceased. Rov.
William O'Donnell, rector of tho
church, and Rev. Father Cough, of St.
Peter's, assisted nt tho services. Tho
attendance at tho church was very
large. There were many persons pres
ent from out of town. The floral trib
utes were profuse and beautiful. A
largo funeral cortege accompanied tho
remains to tho Dunmore Catholic cem
etery, where Interment was made. The
pall-bearers wora: Alex Dunn, Law
rence Duhlgg, Thomas Hogan, Thomas
Edwards, Frank Mangan, sr., Frank
Mangan, Jr., James Kelly and John
INJURED IN BRIGGS MINE.
John Seko, a Polander, residing at
the Brlsbln patch, was slightly Injured
at the Brlggs colliery yesterday Just
after dinner time. Tho fellow laid
down on tho tracks leading beneath
the breaker and rested his arm on a
rail close to the wheels of a gondola.
It Is not known whether ho fell asleep
or not, but when an engine pushing
ears up on this track a wheel caught
the man's arm and held it. Fortunate
ly, It did not go far enough to pass en
tirely over It. He was extricated and
tnken to the West Side hospital and
the bruised member was dressed.
Mrs. Thomas Lowry, of IDG South
Sumnor avenue. Is able to be about
again after serious illness.
Miss Saxe, who represented tho
Washburn Street Presbyterian church
Christian Endeavor society at the re
cent convention held at Easton, has
Isaac Williams, of North Sumner ave
nue, has returned from a visit at Pitts
ton. David L. Harris, of Catasauqua, has
returned homo from a visit with West
Mrs. Eugene Reed, of Glenburn, has
returned home, after a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fair
child, of South Main avenue.
The Misses Jennie and Kate Buck
ley, of Jackson street, have returned
from a trip to New York city.
Mrs. Thomas Roberts, of Rebecca
avenue, Is the guest of friends at
Miss Margaret Thomas, of Bromley
avenue, is visiting friends at Plttston.
Mrs. Charles Banning, of North Lin
coln avenue, has returned from a visit
at Port Jervls.
William McKeever, of Hyde Park
avenue, Is entertaining his brother,
Wilson McKeever, of Kansas.
John Williams, of Merrlfleld street,
Is home from a southern trip.
Miss Emma Lewls.of Academy street.
Is home from a visit at Philadelphia.
The young child of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas O Rourke, of Sherman avenue,
Is recovcrinir from a serious illness.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
Prayer services were conducted last
evening by Rev. L. R. Poster, pastor
of the Sumner Avenue Presbyterian
church, at tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Lemuel Nicholas, of 1814 Price
street, over tho remains of their son,
John, who died on Monday. Many
friends attended. The funeral will oc
cur this afternoon nt 4 o'clock from
tho residence and interment will bo
made at tho Washburn street ceme
tery. Rev. L. R. Foster will oilleiate.
A regular meeting of the Father
Whelan Irish Catholic Beneficial union,
Rranch No. C33, will be held on Friday
evening at Co-operative hall, North
Thomas Lowry, Jr., son of Patrolman
and Mrs. Thomas Lowry. ot South
Sumner avenue, is none the worse for
his adventure on Monday afternoon.
He was slightly wounded in the scalp
by a shot from a llobert Vine In tho
hands of a playmate.
St. Brendan council, No. 213, Young
Men's Institute, will conduct a smoker
in their rooms at Clark's hall, Thurs
day evening, Nov. 2.
The culture class of tho Baptist
Young People's union, of the Scran
ton Street Baptist church, held its first
literary session for the season last eve
ning in the church parlors. A partial
plan was arranged for tho season'
For sale Double heater, full nickel,
with Russia plpo register and boxwood
lined stove board. Will heat large
house; half price. 138 North Bromley
Constable J. W. Clark denies that
he gave nn Arabian a hearing In Alder
man Kelly's court or that ho made
any overtures to have the caao set
tled. He alleges that Charles Jacobs,
who ho had indicted for Impersonat
ing nn oiilcer, Is responsible for the
circulation of tho story. Clark alleges
that Jacobs went to tho Arabian nnd
asked him to have Clark arrested for
extortion but the Arabian refused to
do so ns no nttempt had been made
to extract money from him.
Martha Washington Chapter, East
ern Star, will hold a dime social nt
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Mason,
Blakely, Pa., Thursday. Oct 14. Tho
Intention is to charter a cur of tho
Traction company and leave corner of
Main nnd Jackson at 7 o'clock sharp.
AH Mason's and friends ure Invited.
Company F conducted Its weekly drill
at Its armory in St. David's hall last
evening with a normal attendance.
James Gettlnss and William Glbney
wero arrested on West Lackawanna
avenue last evening by Patrolman
Marker. The charge was fast driving
and cruelty to animals. They wero
btatlng tho horse. They will get a
hearing this mornlnc
William KdJngton. a blacksmith, of
South Hyde Park avenue, was uvrest
ed on Jackson street yesterday by Pa
trolman Peters, charged with being
drunk nnd disorderly. He was mak
ing stump speeches from a soap box.
Tlw Bellovuo Republican club hold
a regular meeting last evening at tho
rooms In Jones' hall, which was well
attended. Several committees reported
There is a
Class of People
Who aro injured by tho
uso of coffee. Recently
there has bean placed in
all tho grocery stores a
new preparation called
GRAIN-O, mado of puro
grains, that takes the place of
Tho most dellcato stomach
receives it without distress,
and but few can tell it from
It docs not cost over
as much. Children may
drink it with great benefit.
15 cents and 25 cents per
package. Try it. Ask for
Try Grain0 !
favorably upon business In hand. Those
present were given an address by D.
W. Morgan, which was a treat. His
topic was "Politics." Other members of
the club also spoke.
West Side Hnsinc-n Directory.
MRS. FENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
prlicno'.ogist, 412 North Main avenue.
SECOND HAND IUHNITURE-Cash for
anything you havo to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and sec tho
stock of J. c. King, 7Ul to 7U'J West Lacg.
Tho funeral of Michael Naughton, tho
youth whoso sudden deatli recently created
considerable excitement, was held yester
day afternoon at 2.30 o'clock from his
unclo's home, 430 Putnam street. Tho fu
neral was notably large. Interment was
mado In tho Hyde Park Cuthollc ceme
tery. Tho Ladies' Aid society ot tho Wayno
Avenue Baptist church will conduct a
"tea party" on an elaborate scale this
evening in Company II armory. An en
tertainment will aso be a featuro ot tho
occasion. Special preparations have been
mado for the event.
William Jenkins, of Duryca, visited
many friends in this end yesterday.
Mrs. E. Roderick, wife or Mlno Inspec
tor Roderick, of North Main avenue, left
yesterday for an extended visit In Mary
land. Mrs. Frank Fuller, or Ithaca, N. Y
Is tho guest of her cousin, D. W. Smith,
of North Main avenue.
Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Kinter, who havo
been respected residents of this end for
a number of years, left yesterday for In
diana, Pa., wliero Mr. Kinter has ac
cepted a pastorate.
Misses Cora nnd Phoebe Travis havo 4
returned to their homo In Bradford!
county after having spent a few weeks
with their uncle, Alvln Shaffer, of Ca
Miss Emily Holmes, ot Hazleton, is be
ing entertained by Miss Stella Robinson
at her home on Dean street.
Charles Whelan and Mike Ruska, two
knights of the road, were surprised last
evening in their hovel near the Ontario
and Western railroad by Lieutenant Spell
man and Oiilcer Reese Jones. They were
arraigned beforo Alderman Roberts. Who.
land was fined $3. Not being nblo to pay
that amount ho was committed to tho
county Jail. It was decided to hold Ruska
for a final hearing this evening, as It Is
believed ho Is a suspicious character.
A pretty wedding was solemnized yes
terday afternoon at 4 o'clock in tho Holy
Roary church when Miss Lizzie Lynch,
of Putnam street, was united In marriage
to Peter Gallagher, of Brick avenue. Tho
Rev. J. J. O'TooJe performer the impres
sive ceremony in tho presence ot a largo
gathering of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gal
lagher were entertained last evening by
her parents at their home. Tho young
couplo will begin housekeeping on Brick
Tho Anbury Methodist Episcopal church
was well lllled to witness the marriage of
Miss Lllliiin M. Ilurdick to Hertron 13.
Stevens, which occurred yestrrday at
noon. The church was tastefully decor
ated by 11. W. Palmer, florist. The con
tracting partlen aro prominent youns
people of Green Ilidge and havo a largo
circle of friends who extend their most
hearty congratulations. Tho bride was iit
tlred In a dark green traveling dress with
hat to match and carried bridal roses.
Sho was attended by her sister. Miss Net
tle Ilurdick, who was attired In a dark
brown suit ami carried curnutions. Tho
groom Is the son of E. O. Stevens, gro
cer, of Capouse avenue. Ur. Stevens,
brother of the groom, acted a.s best man.
The ushers wero Edward Hishop, Harry
Davis, Dr. O. L. Marcy and llobert Hay
den. Tho wedding march waa played by
Miss Edith Swingle. Itev. A. l Chalfec,
pustor of tho church, officiated. Tho es
teem In which Mr. and Mrs. Stevens aro
held was shown by tho numerous and
costly presents they received. Tho newly
married pair wero driven to tho Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western depot and left
on tho 12.X train tor New York city and
other points of Interest. They will reside
In a newly furnished homo at 1313 Capouso
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leonard, of Geneva,
N. V., aro tho (?usts of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Parker, of Monsey avenue.
Miss Grace Lutts entertained a Mnall
party of friends at her homo on Wyoming
avenue Monday rveninjr.
E. S. Pratt, of Green ItidRo street, went
lust evening to Elmlra, N. V., on business,
Mrs. J. Dolim has returned from Will
lamsport, where Fho attended tho stnto
Women's Christian Tcmperanco union
Miss Amanda Cnrr has gone to Hones
dale, where sho will spend tho winter.
Tho Ladles' Aid fcoclety of tho Presby
terian church will servo an autumn tea
tomorrow evening In tho parlors ot tho
B. D. Martin and son spent yesterday
Harry Smith has returned homo from
Easton, where ho was delegato to tho
Stato Christian Endeavor convention.
Mrs. Thomas Dersh Is nt Wllllnmsport
attending tho Women's Christian Temp
erance union convention.
Mrs. S. B. Buckley, of Cherry street,
Is serlotiBly ill.
There was no school board meeting
last evening owing to lack of a rmorum.
Tho entertainment given last evening
by Dunmoro Council, No. 1022, Junior
Order United American Mechanics, was
a grand success. Tho address of wel
come was by C. It. Hall. Ho said tho
council at present numbers 280 members,
had paid In benefits and relief a total of
Jt.SOO and has a balance In treasury of
J1.G00. The address of Past Stato Coun
celor C. H. Johnson was well received.
Tho programme ns outlined In yester
day's Tribune was well rendered, and
Dunmoro council can bo well compli
mented upon the success of the even
Tho borough council has passed a res
olution to erect ton now electric lights
and six lire hydrants.
Miss Mary Marigan, of Davis street,
who haa ben visiting friends in Wil
mington, Del,, the past few weeks, has
The funeral of tho late William Fltz
henry took placo Monday afternoon. Tho
Ancient Order of JUbernlans and tho
Greenwood Keg Fund both attended the
funeral In a body. Interment was made
In Mlnooka Cntr-ollc cemetery.
Miss Mnrgarot Fc'.dman, of New York
city, is tho giutt of Miss Jcnnlo Lough
noy. AIIm Mnry Tables, of Dnnmorc, spent
yesterday with Mlnooka trlcmls.
Tho reform auditors aro after lust year's
supervisors and treasurer. Possibly an
other Lexow may be commenced.
John iMu'.Un lias returned home from
Postmaster W. J. Burko spent last even
ing In Wllkes-llarrc.
Tho Mlnooka band paraded tho prin
cipal thoroughfares lust evening announc
ing their entertnlnmcnt on Oct. 25.
Miss ..Mary Flar.ery, of Now York city,
who has been visiting here, returned homo
Tho school board meets In regular ses
sion this evening at No. 1 building.
Tho O'Conncll council, Young Men's In
stitute, meets this evening.
JIIs3 Mary Shopard, of Peoria, 111., Is tho
guest of Mlnooka friends.
Tho second death during this year and
within seven months of each other, oc
curred yesterday morning nt tho resl
denco of Mrs. Mary Gnynor, C15 North
Lincoln avenue. Another daughter. Miss
Agnes M IS years, of age, died. Tho
young lady had been very ill with typhoid
fover for several weeks, but had recov
ered sufilclcntly, as wns thought, to bo
up, A fow days ago sho suffered a re
lapso nnd gradually succumbed. Tho de
ceased was an engaging young lady nnd
enjoyed a wldo circle of friends. Sho was
a member of the Blessed Virgin of tho
Sodality, League of tho Sacred Heart,
nnd Parochial school, of St. Patrick's
church. A solemn high mass will bo
celebrated on Friday morning nt 9 o'clock
at St. Patrick's church. Interment will
bo mado at the Hyde Park Catholic cem
etery. Miss Mary Ann Bayliss, an cstlmablo
young lady, SO years of age, died at tho
liomo of her parents yesterday morning
after ono weck'si Illness from appen
dicitis. Tho deceased was a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bayliss, of 415 Tenth
Btroet, and was born in England, coming
to this sldo when 8 years of age. She
enjoyed n wldo circle of friends nnd wns
a member of tho Scranton Street Sabbath
school. Tho funeral services will be held
nt tho fnmlly residence tomorrow after,
noon at 2.30 p. m. Interment will bo made
at the Washburn street cemetery.
"Painless nnd Delightful Catnrrh
is the good word which John Mac
Innes, Wnthaback Bridge, N. S., has
to say of Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Pow
der, after having suffered from Ca
tarrhal Deafness lor years. In 10 min
utes from the first application he had
relief, and after using but one bottle
his hearing was restored in all Its nat
ural ncutenesB. Not an excuse for de
spairing of a cure with such a remedy
within reach of you. Sold by Mat
thews Bros. IS.
Influuiuintory Rheumatism Cured in
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
Rheumatism In every muscle and Joint,
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians but
received no benefit until she tried MYS
TIC CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. It
gave Immediate relief and she was able
to walk about In three days. I am sure
it saved her life." Sold by Carl Lo
renz, druggist, 41S Lackawanna ave
Academy of ilusic
Kels & Burgunder. Lessees.
II. R. Long, Local Manager.
The Famous Kennedy Players
Repertoire for Kemalnder of Week:
Wednesday matlneo "East Lynne"
Wednesday night... Tho Midnight Expre-ss
Thursday afternoon "Legally Dead"
Thursday evening ...."The Two Thieves'
Friday afternoon "Two Orphans"
Friday evening "Ingomar"
Saturday oftttr.oon "Two Kids"
Saturday evening .."A Celebrated Case"
l'rlcen, ll), 'JO nnd no cents. Monday,
Tuesday unci weunesuuy, uei. in, ji, no.
Mutinous Tuesday nnd Wednesday,
William Jerome's Herald Squaro
Comedians presenting the newest
A Jay in New York
Managerrent W. T. Hennessey.
A Grand Company of Artists Including
the famous MAUDE NUGENT, the girl
who wrote "Sweet IJosle O'Grady," tho
rtlandells. Hayes & Bandy. Maynerd
Sisters, Frank Ward, Lotro Day, W. C.
Davlse, tho HnrtoekH, Thomus A. Sedg
wlck.May Davis. Lulu Leslie. WILLIAM
JEROME at every performance.
New songti, new Jokes, new diners; every
thing new and up-to-date.
Evening Prices 10c 20c, nno
Three Nights. October 14, 15 and 16,
and Saturday Matinee.
First Performance Hero Under the Direction
of Klaw it Erlnnger, Tho New Itomnntio
Play by Frankly n Fyles nnd Eu-
WiD OF FRANCE
An absorbing nnd soul-stlrrlng story ofthe
curly days of Loulsliinn, preented with n
suniptiioiiKness of equipment mid n cast un
equalled lu brilliancy.
Dramatic Organization of 40 People
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
October 14, 15, and 16,
A ItOYALTREAT IN STORE. THESLf.
PEH11 Hl'lXTAflU.AK EX
A'Merry Dish of Mualc, Mirth and Frivol
lty, lllled to the brim with Pretty (llrls.Hwcet
HfnsorH nnd Reul Comedians. Now Fur-en,
NewHomjs, Now Specialties. All Gorgeous
ly Htuged, nnd "WlbK MIKE" is with them.
Regular Prices, 10, 20 or 30 Cents
All opera chairs sold reserved for evening
ficrformunccs, Secure them nfterooous nt
he box office or by 'phone, !1H7'-'i or utter
house opens ut night at box olllco.
A Fearful Eip
A POSTMASTER LOSES TEffi USE OF HIS
Edwin R. Tripp, of Middlefieid Center, Meets with
a Hazardous Encounter Which Renders
! Him Helpless.
From Otitgo i?eufcl(cati
Mr. Edwin It.
tho poitmaster at
.. recently had a
Middlef.eld Center, N. Y.,
dangerous experience which left him in a
helpless slate. His system was so much
shattered that it was feared ho might never
In an interview with a reporter of tho
Jlenulllean, regarding this experience which
had attracted considerable uttentlon, Mr.
Tripp stated :
"In March, 1892, I was taken with what I
afterward learned wns locomotor ataxia, nnd
was unable to walk, and I kept Retting
worse until I lost the ue of ray nrras. 1
doctored with two skillful doctors but re.
celved no benefit, and also used a galvanic
battery but kept getting worse and tho doc
tors told me they could do no more. This
was in May and June, 1892. I cavo up all
hope of ever having the use of my limbs
again, and did not expect to live very long.
I was unable to dress or undress myself, and
could not get around the house unless 1 was
moved in a chair.
" I think it was In June that I read of the
case of a man in Saratoga Co., N. Y., who
was taken very much ns myself. He had
taken Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Vale
People which contained, in a condensed form,
all the elements necessary to give new life
nnd richness to the blood and restore shat
tered nerves, and had been cured by tlieir
" I learned that the rills were prepared by
the Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, 8che.
nectady, N. Y., and only coit CO cents a bos
Wo mnko the following reduction until October 25th ONLY:
FULL SET TEETH - $5.00
TEETH CLEANED - 25c
TEETH WITHOUT PLATE $3.00
TEETH EXTRACTED - Free
A written guaranty for 10 years with nil work. Tho largo pntronnge wldch has com
pelled uh to enlarge our parlors is duo to tho uniformly high grade work done by skilled
dentists nnd thoten-yenr protective gimrnntco gtvon. 1)0 NOT HB DliClilVED or misled
by imitators. Wo linve no connection with nny other olllco in tho city. Cut this out anil
bring It with you In order to get tho benctlt or cheap rates. Until Oatober 35th Only.
"We, the undersigned, have had teeth extrncted nnd bridge work done nt tho Now York
Dental l'nrlors, nnd cheerfully recommend their method, bclnir. painless nnd ns advertised.
J. M. 110UN11AKKH, 1UOU Mulberry st,
Cor. Lackawanna anil Wyoming
Advertisements tinder This HeaJ $5 Per Line Per Year.
Physicians and SttrRCons.
DB. KAY. 106 Penn ave., 1-3 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. SCRANTON SAVINGS
Bank bldg, 122 Wyoming avenue.
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D., HOME
opathlst, No. 213 Adams avenue.
DR A TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenuo and Spruce street, Scranton. Ut
Uco hours, Thursday and Saturdays. 3
a. m. to C p. m.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. E12 NORTH WASH
DR. L. M. GATES, ROOMS 207 AND 20S
Tln.lrf! nr 'i I'aUO DUUUM1K. viin-u ....;,
8 to 0 a. m.. 2 to 3 und 7 to 8 p. m
dence 303 Madison avenue.
DR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture. Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Olllco telephone 1303. Hours: 10 to
12. 2 to 4, 7 to .
DR S. W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE 231
Adams. Residence. 1318 Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W G. ROOK. VETERINARY SUR
geon. Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton.
JAMES H. TORREY, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at Law. Rooms 41.1 and 411
FRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Burr buildings, rooms
13 and 11. Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY
Rooms It and 15. Republican bldg.
THFFREYS & RUDDY .ATTORNEYS-at-law.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
ami Counscllors-at-law. Republican
building Washington avenue, Scranton,
irSSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building. Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys nnd Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 5, Coal Exehunge, Scranton,
JAMES W OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-AT-Law
Rooms 511, D15 and 516, Board of
L, A WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave, Scranton, Pa.
C R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
C. COMBOYS. S21 SPRUCE STREET.
D B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate socurlty.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nuo and Spruce Btrcet.
B F. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. IT. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-ut-Law,
45 Commonwealth bldg., Scran
ton. WATSON, DEIHL, HALL & KEMMER
ER Attorneys and Couusellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
C, 7, S, 9 and 10; third floor.
Cooperttown, XT. T.
or six boxes for $2.60 at any druggist's, and
sent for two boxes. 1 used the pills faith
fully nnd tboy gave mo anppctitc. I then
sent for four nioro boxes, and before I had
taken nil of them my feet nnd legs which
had been cold began to get warm.
" I wns a member ot the Town Doard that
summer and had to be carried and put into a
wagon to go to the meetings, and in fact was
liclplcts, ns my neighbors know. In August
I could walk around the house by pushing n.
chair. 1 kept getting better nnd managed
to movo around more, until at election tim
that year, I wullml with a cane to tue polls'.
UllU Jtur. 1 nuinui mm u bnuc lu iub iiun,.
a short distance from my home. I continued
to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills fSr Pal(
People until I had taken eighteen boxes. I
could then get nrouud, and to-day walk to
tho po6t offico and back, a distance of one
quarter of u mile, three times a day, and
attend to my duties as postmaster.
"In the spring of 181)8 I was elected town
clerk, which office I held for three years, 1
had previously been a justice of the peacs
for thirty-two years. I am now 70 years of
age, and have lived In this town for about
furtr-slx years. Fur nearly fifty years I
worked at the blacksmith's trade. I am
able to do work in my garden now, nnd saw
some of my wood. I consider that my res
toration to health Is dun to the use of Dr.
Williams' I'ink Pills for Pale People.
Edwin U. TRirr."
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
23d day of June, 1897.
H.OUER HANNAH, Rotary PuWia
$2.00 to $5.00
WE GUARANTEE A FIT
Wo extract teeth, fill teeth
anil npply gold crowns nnd
lirldKu work without tho least
particle of pain by a method
iiatrntcd and used by us only.
No sleep-producing ngonts or
cocaine. Comonnd have your
teeth extracted In tho morn
ing and go homo In the even
ing with now teeth.
We arc responsible and
do ust as we advertise.
We will tell you exactly
what your work will cost
by a free examination.
.tuna iiuuini. du , uou x'lg bi
YORK DENTAL PARLORS
(Over Nownrk Shoe Store.)
Kntranco on Wyoming avenue,
PBRCIVAL J. MORRIS, ARCHITECT,
Board ot Trade Building.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 21. 2o and 2ti, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE
rear of GCKJ Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
435 Spruco St., cor. Wash, ave., ScraMon.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCHITECT,
Price Building, 12(i Washington avenue,
T. I. LACBY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, 323 N. WASHINGTON
L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCE
DR. II. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
DR. C. C. LAUD ACIl" 115 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER, 4J1 LACKA
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
BARRING & M'SWEENEV, COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secrot Ser.
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 811 LACKA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac.
turer of Wlro Screens.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, law. medicine or business. Opens
September 13. Send for catalogue. Rov.
Thomas M. Cann, LL. D., Walter H.
Buell, A. .M.
G. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen; store Hfi Washington ave
nue; green house, 1330 North Main avo
nuo; storo telephone, 7S2.
Hotels anil Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 123 nnd 12T FRANK
lln avenue. Rntes reasonable.
1', ZEIGLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOU3E, NEAR D.. L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address It. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avonue, over Ilulbort'3
31EGARGEB BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twlno.
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
OH Cloth, 720 Wont Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms 1!) and 20,
Williams' Building, opposite postofllco.
Agent for tho Rex Firo Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO..
North Washington Avenue Llnotypn
'ompo<lon of all kinds quickly done.
Facilities unsurpassed in this region.