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TnE FCI?AICTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNTN"'f. OOTOttEIt 10, lflttT.
W Side and City Suburban
NEW STORE BUILDING.
McCnnli's New Store on North Main
Avenue Will Cost $Z3,000-Nearly
Ready for Occupancy.
were then borne to tho Wnshlntrn
street cemetery where Interment was
The handsome throe-story building
helm? erected on North Mnln avenue,
near the head of West Linden street,
Is fast Hearing completion. Its owner,
P. J. McCann. who la personally su
pervising the construction, Intends
using the entire bulldlnp for a depart
ment store. He will remove his busl
ncss frntn ItB present location on West
Linden street to the new building uur
Ing the latter part of November.
The stone and brick work was done
by Contractor John Colllgnn; the
woodwork, etc.. Is being done by T.
W. Mansfield; the pluniblnu by James
H. Doyle & Co., and the stcum llttlng
by Thomas F. Mullen.
The building has an Indian? llmc
stono flout. The first floor show win
down ate unique In design und con
Htru.'tt.in. The entrances are two l!i
liunii'i'i and the central sjU'.'o Is allot
t.d entlrclv to one large s-how space.
Tliet- ore also lateral show windows
and .1 s:nriller central .how tln:Lw
plnr.tl L.-t,en the tw doors. Thl3
outran 'o will be tiled In Mi'.ilc style.
Tbi- first floor will be for tho rouP.
scales o'initment.M. ;in hs '(t. to the
:rar. the general otllces will be located
and Immediately behind these Is the
shipping place and elevator shaft. All
floors will be reached by the elevator
or ample stairways. The upper floors
will be used for storing and whole
sale purposes. A commodious base-
nient extends the full depth of the i
building. ln feet.
The total cost of the building will i
be about SW.non. One Item alone will
be J2.000, this being the plate class
ns-od for the front windows on all lloors
and furnished by J. B. WooK-y & Son.
BKFOUR ALDERMAN MOSES.
Last ov'cnlnc Mm "Winifred Moron
had her neighbor, Mrs. Cella Eastman,
brought before Alderman Moses on a
charge of having Insulted her. The
alderman placed a small fine and tho
costs upon the defendant. Mrs. East
man preferred to go to court. She was
given her desire and John II. Fellows
furnished the $200 ball for her appearance.
Miss Hose .lonowcoskl.ot Kcyser ave
nue. Is again In trouble. She was the
defendant In n hoarlnc before Alder
man Moses last evening to answer a
charge of being a common scold pre
ferred by a neighbor, Mrs. Worona
Uardekn. The defendant waived a
hearing and entered $200 ball for her
appearance. John O. Davis, of Key
er avenue, became bondsman. Miss
Jonowcoskl has u trial now pending
In court on a similar charge.
Cnrey, of North Lincoln avenue, left
yesterday on a fishing trip In Wayne
FUNERALS OF YESTERDAY.
The funeral of Mrs. Ann Davis oc
curred yesterday afternoon at the res
idence, L"20 lfayettc street. Rev.
David Jones, pastor of the First Welsh
Congregational church, and Ilev. J. T.
Morris, pastor of the nellevue Welsh
Calvlnlstlc Methodist church, conduct
ed the services. Both ministers spoke
of the many traits which had char
aiterized the deceased in life and had
endeared her to so imiiiv. A selected
quartette rendered several selections.
At the close of the service the remains
were viewed and then borne to the
Washburn jdreot cemetery, where In
terment was made. The pallbearers
were: Thomas Carson. Edward Pavles,
Thomas James. David S. Samuels,
David D. Evans. Daniel .1. Evans.
An Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph French, of Sadie .place, was In
terred yesterday afternoon. The fu
neral took ulace fiom the residence
and was private. Interment at the
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. Nicholas Llob
Irenu took place yesterday afternoon
at the residence on Twenty-fourth
street. Ilev. A. L. llamer, I'll. D.. pas
tor of St. Mark's Lutheran church,
conducted the service and preached the
f uncial spinion. At the dose of the
t.criros the remains were viewed and
John F. Moore, of Jackson street, Is
West Scranton correspondent for the
Times this week.
Thomas Ilalney and family, of Pitts
ton, have removed to Archbald street.
Clare M. Storm, manager of the
Alumni Athletic association, of this
s,lde, was down tho valley on Saturday
arranging foot ball contests for his
Mallcarrler Victor Lauer, of North
Main avenue, has returned from a visit
at Lanorte, Pa.
James Cranston and David Richards,
of West Pittston, were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Arche Cranston, of Washburn
street, on Sunday.
Miss Nellie McCarry, of Price street,
Is home from a visit at Pittston.
Charles Edwards, of Lansford, Is the
guest of West Scranton friends.
Arthur Kecne, of Decker's court, has
returned from a visit at South Canaan.
Wll! Hughes, of North Main avenue.
Is visiting friends at Pleasant Mount.
A. M. Morse, Lieutenant John Davis,
Dr. P. F. Struppler and Alfred Twin
ing are enjoying a shooting trip at
A prospective common councilman
has appeared at the residence of Com
mon Councilman J. 11. Walker, of Div
Mrs. Thomas (5. Pavles, of Olyphaut,
was the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Thomas, of Archbald
Dr. Mcliraw, of Carbondale, called
upon West Scranton friends on Sun
day. Pert Davies, of Hlnghamton, called
upon his parents, School Controller and
Mrs. Benson Davies, of North Lincoln
Mrs. Kenny, of Blnghamlon. is the
guest of AVest Scranton friends.
Mrs. John McKeever, of Jacksoi
street, and Mrs. Smith-, of North Hyde
Park avenue, spent Sunday at Kings
ton. Miss Agues Williams, of Pcckvllle,
spent the Sabbath with her patents
on .North Sumner avenue.
Mrs. Catherine Schwint, of Tenth
Mrcet, Is home from a visit at Blooms
burg. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Eaton, of Tenth
ctroot ml "Mi itrwl T-w TlintM'iu II
MINOn NEWS NOTES.
Tho remains of Mr. Welsh, who died
Sunday night at the Hillside Homo,
will bo brought hero today by Funeral
Director M. F. Wymbs nnd Interment
made ot tho Hyde Park Catholic cem
etery. The funeral of Mrs. Bernard Healey
will occur this afternoon. The re
mains will be borne to St. Patrick's
church ot 3 o'clock from tho r .ldence,
914 Loncrgan court and services held.
Interment will bo mude at the Hydo
Park Catholic cemetery.
A regular meeting of Dewt Sant
lodge, Order of American Ivorltes, was
held last evening In Co-operative hall.
After the business portion was com
plete there wns a smoker and literary
Dr. E. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Meara
Hall. 113 S. Main avenue.
Jacob Kemmercr, of North Garfield
avenue, was struck by a locomotive on
the Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern tracks near the Hrlsbln breaker
Saturday afternoon. He escaped with
several bad cuts nnd contusions.
William John Davies, of Fourteenth
street, was chosen church chorister of
the First Welsh Congregational church
last Sunday evening at a meeting held
after the evening service. Mr. Davis
succeeds lloger A. Evans, who after n
service of six years, resigned a week
ago last Sunday.
The latest and best styles, lloberts,
120 North Main.
lug tho family of Lewis Huff on Porker
John Elwood visited friends In Oly
Miss Hannah Sotton, of Plymouth, Is
visiting Mrs. Margaret Williams, on
John Davis, of Spring street, who has
been critically 111 for tho past few days.
Is somewhat better.
Miss Lizzie Shaffer returned yesterday
William T. O'Malley was arrested yes
terday on the charges, of assault and
battery, preferred by Peter Clifford. The
assault, It Is alleged by tho prosecutor,
was committed on Saturday evening, and
was the outcome of a trilling grievance,
Alderman Roberts, before whom the case
was heard, held O'Malley In $300 ball,
O'Malley caused a warrant to be Issued
for tho arrest of Clifford on iv charge
of carrying concealed weapons on tho
night la question, and wltn tnreats to
kill. The case was given a hearing by
Alderman Roberts, who held Clifford In
Tho much talked of hearing of the Bar
rett boy caso was brought oft yester
day afternoon by Alderman Roberts. Tho
defendants, Georgo Acker, Mamie Ta
lor, Kato Barrett and .Mary Aekcrman
wcro represented by Attorney Keenan,
while C. W. Dawson represented the pros
ecution. From tho testimony tho alder
man held Gcorgo Acker nnd Mamlo Tay
lor in $200 ball each to answer the charges
Martin McDonnell wan arrested on
charges preferred by Thomas Sullivan,
At tho hearing before Alderman Fidler
last evening .McDonnell was charged with
having by false representations se
cured an Insurance policy on tho life ot
tho prosecutor's mother, McDonnell en
tered ball In the sum of $.",00.
Rev. D. (3. Evans, of Kingston, deliv
ered a well defined lecture last eve
ning at the Welsh Congregational church
on "Genesis and Geology." A largo au
dience was present and appreciated very
much tho pointed remarks ot the lec
$1,000 FOR JIM JUUQU.
Purse Offered for film and Chnrllo
The Qrccnpolnt Sporting club, ot
Brooklyn, of which Jack Bkelly Is man
ager, has offered a purse of $1,000 for a
20-round boxing contest between Jim
Judge nnd Charlie McKeever, of Phila
delphia. Judge has accepted tho pre
liminary terms. The club Is wnltlng to
hear from McKeever.
By tho way, Bkelly Is offering a
twenty-dollar gold piece as a prlz for
u name for his new club. His Scranton
friends nre not barred out. Tho propo
sition Is explnlncd as follows In the
New York Evening Journal:
Jack Skelly makes an offer which, at
least, has the character ot novelty. Ho
wants a striking and unique name for
his A. C, and admits his Inability to
choose It to his own satisfaction, so ho
offers n $20 gold piece to the man who
will send him the most fitting nnd
original title. It Is to be n sporting
resort above all else, and those who
work their brains In conning up tho
name, must bear this In mind."
LOCAL FOOT BALL NOTES.
Host Side Riislnoi Directory.
CARPET WEAVER All kinds of rag
carpets, strlpo or hit and miss, on short
notice. Call and cxamino work or send
postal card and I will call for rags In
city limits. JACOB BALTES,
11 -i Luzerne street.
MRS. FENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
prhenologlst, 412 North Main avenue
SECOND HAND fURNITURE Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tho
Block of J. C. King, 7M to 7(M West Lacs,
The 1'nmous Welsh Singers
Who recently arrived from Wales
will be at the Lyceum on Monday
evening. Oct. 2.1th. Yon will miss a
treat If you don't hear them.
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BUNCOERS ABROAD: BEWARE!
H is tho trick of the Bryanlzcd De
mocracy,, this fall to make falso
charges against Republican methods,
raise a big dust, hire Republican mal
contents to organize Republican bolts
and then coax Individual Republicans
to desert their party on tho represen
tation that "party ties needn't count
for anything In an off year." By this
trick, If It shall work, tho Bryanltes
will get a foothold for a hopeful fight
In national campaigns, and make Just
so much more trouble for MoKlnlcy,
the Republican congress and tho causo
of sound rcney.
You now see th ich this trick. Are
you going to It ik?
A Forty Hours' Devotion will bo begun
In St. Paul's church, Green Ridge, next
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet tl Is afternoon at 3 o'cloe It
at tho homo of Mrs. Dolph, 13'J7 Capouso
II. W. Benedict, of Mousey avenue, 'ias
returned from a hunting trip In like
The Ladies' Aid society of the Anbury
church Is making extensive preparations
for holding a supper at the home of Mrs.
T. J. Snowdm on Sunset avenue Thursday
George Hyde spent Sunday with frlcndj
A large nutrfcer of tickets have been sold
for tho entertalnmint to bo held In Net
tleton's hall on Gn.cn Ridge street this
evening. Ice cream, and cako will bo
Berved and tho proceeds will be devoted
toward oiganlzing a Loyal Temperance
legion. The following will take part In
tho programn e. .Misses Lillian Perrj,
Cora Moredock, Eva Dorsey, Olive Price,
Mr. iuid Mrs. Edward Swart?., Albert
Bray, Victor Pliikney and a male quartette.
The Dunmoro high school foot ball team
challengo tho Jolly Eleven or any other
foot ball team in tho valley to a gamo
on tho No. 5 grounds, Dunmoro, next
Saturday or Sunday.
The Comet Juniors would like to ar
range a gamo of foot ball with tho
loung Americans, of tho South Side,
for Oct. 21, at 2.30 o'clock sharp, on tho
Ryefleld grounds. ,T. Holmes, manager.
Dr. Agnew's Ointment soothes, quiets
and effects quick nnd effective cures
In nil skin eruptions, common to baby
during teething-time. It is harmlers
to tho hair in cases of Scald Head,
nnd cures Eczema, Salt Rheum, and all
Skin Diseases of older people. 35 cents.
Sold by Matthews Bros. 23.
To Curo n Cold in One Dny.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. 25 cents.
Rhoiinintlim Cured in a Dny.
"MYSTIC CURE" for Itheumatlsm
nnd Neuralgia radically cures In 1 to
3 days. Its action upon tho system Is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once tho cause and the disease
Immediately disappears. The first doso
greatly benefits. 73 cents. Sold by Carl
Lorenz druggist, 415 Lackawanna avo.,
TUB MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE CENTURY.
A BOON TO THOUSANDS.
Cerebrlne, from th Brain. For diseases of tho Brain and
Nervous System. . . .
Medulllne. from tho Spinal Cord, tor hpltcpsy, Locomo
tor Ataxia, etc. ...
Cardine, from the Heart, For Diseases of the Itcurh
Testlne, For Premature Decay In Men.
Ovarlne, For Diseases of Women.
Thyroldlne, for Obesity nnd Hkln Disease.
Since thclntroductlon of the ANiriAL. EXTRACTS
Pour years ago greaUr advance has been inado In the
(" nf N.r,nnl niuntM 1 llll!l WHS Otlt III IICll In the tlfflVl.
ous holfcentury. l'reiudlee, Ignorance) and Incredulity .have all been swept aside, and the
medical profession nnd pulillo alike now rccognlro tn this lino of medication tho most cr
fectlNe means within human power to combat disease-. (Julckened circulation, brighter
KVOi improved n pirns, meso iouow wiinin bi noum bum umub mu iu u mniuuu
trliinituliir blue bottles, Dose; ft drops. PKICR. Si.is
Weiik and nervous men wiio huvo tried nil Hie Quck remedies, mny turn with confl.
donee to tho ANIMAL UX I RACTS. They Curo 1 Pree Hook upon npiilleotlonto BShlnu
ton Chemical Company, Washington, 1). U. For salo by Matthews Bros., !!'.20 Lacko. Ave.
SCRANTON AUNDRY CO
(EUREKA OF THE PAST.)
G obe W
The ladies of Lackawanna county cannot have forgotten
the wonderful success that attended our introduction of
to Scranton last spring, and the demonstration we then
made of the adaptability of this famous corset to figures
of any proportions. The expert fitter then sent by the
manufacturer to wait on our patrons found it impossi
ble to stay as long as we desired, and since that time
we have been besieged by ladies who missed the oppor
tunity of having
Perfectly fitted to their forms, requesting to know if the
lady fitter who was with us for two weeks in May would
return again? We're able to answer that question now.
The same lady will be here again all of next week.
It is not necessary to expatiate on the benefits of
A more scientifically constructed garment has never
been constructed by human ingenuity. It is not only
perfect in its fitting properties, but is the most com
fortable and perfectly hygenic corset ever invented.
As a Figure Improver
It has no equal; in a word, there is but one Redfern
Corset, and we are prepared, with the assistance of the
expert fitter sent by the manufacturer, to prove that no
other corset in the world equals it.
l3G3rSee Our Special Corset Display in Our
The .loint fair of St. Peter's and St.
Joseph's societies of tho South Side,
and St. Joseph's society of St. John's
parish. West Side, in St. Mary's hall
on Hickory street, began Saturday
evening and will continue each even
ing this week. The hall has been lav
ishly decorated by Kerr & Sons.
Among those In charge are: Misses
Sophia Klump, Mary Waile.Peter Rob
ling, jr., Misses Lena Smith, Hose
Dreltung. Lizzie Kosar, Kato Schrel-
ber, Kate Drier, Mrs. Lizzie Foster,
Miss Lena Itosar, Mary Foster, Caro
line Kraff, Francis Gressel, Annie Ime
Itoff, Martha Nahlen, Mary Schwartz,
Annie Dleuge, Emma Mlller.Mrs. Deck
elnlck, Louise Krcls, Mrs. Line, Lizzie
and Lena liulllon, Kate Itobllng, Kate
Fischer, Mrs. Wlrth, Hosie Markel,
Maggie and Mary Merkel, Matilda
AVerle, Mrs. F. Foster, Mary and Liz
zie Kehre, Matilda and Lena Snyder,
Itose Dreltung, Mrs. P. Robllng, and
the Misses Klassner, Kate Sehrelber,
Mrs. Gus Ilehner, Misses Johanna Ha
gen, May Fischer, Tlllle Noll, Hosle
Saunen, Maggie Meyers, Lulu Hagen,
Lena and Katie Deck, Annie Itelf, Lena
Schmltt, Annie Noll, Annie Hosar, Le
na Fasshold, Lucy Itelf, Grama and
The marriage bans of Miss Mary
McIIale and Frank Zerfass were pub.
llshed In St. John's Catholic church on
Miss Fagen, of Pittston, was the
guest of Misses Bernetta and Lizzie
Kelly, of Irving avenue, Sunday.
Misses Maggie O'Donnell, of Hart
ford, Conn., and Miss 11. Bonner, of
Wllkos-Barre, were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Ward, of Prospect ave
Patrick Ward, of Wllkos-Barre, spent
Sunday with South Side friends.
On a charge of assault and battery
Otto Frantz entered ball In the sum of
$200 before Alderman Storr.
Camp 4S0, Patriotic Order Sons of
America, met last evening.
Michael Henry, of tho South Side, was
badly burned nbout tho face by a gaso
line blower while at work In laying un
derground telephone wires on Spruce
street yesterday morning. Ho was treat
ed at Phelps' drug storo and was then
A pleasant surprlso party wus given
In honor of Miss Katie Hlnzo at tho
home of her sister. Mrs. Kdward Knell
er, of Pittston avenue, Saturday evening.
Supper was served at 11.30 o'clock. Music
was furnlbhed by Kageu's orchestra. Miss
Kmma Nape and Mr. John Sohns assisted
Mrs. Kneller in receiving. Those pres
ent wero: Sllsses Katto Heinz, Minnie
Neuls, Lena Kammer, Lena Nye, Lilly
Hartman, Ilegina Kraft, Thressa Kraft,
Josephlno Kraft, Annlo Melster. Katie
Itempe, Gussio Hompe, Fred Kagcu, Wil
liam Kagen. Fred Neaher, Thomas Ken
nedy. Phillip Blel, William Dotempel.
Louis Katzewadel, Walter Kammer.
Christie Schucr, Mlehael Brier, Jacob
Soar, Fred Saar and John Lavlne, and tho
following from Pittston: Nelllo Sutter,
Maud Reynolds, Fred Schultz. John Rey
nolds, and a professional violin player
from Dunmoro, Fred Starke.
Miss KvaClcnry, of Brook street, has re.
turned homo after visiting fi lends In New
Somo person or persons broke into the
lunch wngoi kept by Mr. Wlesbcrg. of
Scranton, during Sunday night or Mon
day morning The proprietor's attention
was engaged while everything In the lino
of eatables and cigars were stolen. Mr.
WIesbcrg claims he knows the guilty per
sons and arrests nwy bo locked for today.
John Stuart';; son, who was ypcratcd on
last week, Is doing uUely.
Myron Jones, about 1.", years of age, and
residing with his parents on Brook street,
Dunmoro, was injured e-arly last evening
while trying to jump on a street car bound
cityward. The accident oceuried between
Grovo and Potter streets on Bl.iluiy
street. The lad missed his footing and
was dragged about thirty feet before los
ing his hold. Hf was picked up In an un
conscious condition and removed to his
homo. Ho was suffering from bruises and
severe shock. So far as was discernible
no internal injuries wcro apparent.
n. e, us'
III - ME
IS 1.1KK. SENDING A CHILD TO A GOOD
NlMtSK-UANDMU) TUNDKltLY, DDT
FIRM, AND Wll KN RKTLMtNKD TO YOUR
CAKKTHKRK ISA 1'I.KAHANT, CLKAN
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Try Us This Once.
Protector and Cleaners ot Linen.
IPJ'J Washington Ave. ,T':i DIx Court.
King 'Phono 70'.!. Call Wagon or Drop
Postal. Kureka Coupons Accepted.
2I3 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sets,
Rogers' Silver -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
A GREAT SURPRISE IS IN STORE
for tlioso ho will go today an get a pack
ago of GHAIN-O. It takes theplaco ofeoffeo
ot about i4 tho cost. It in a food drink, mil
of health, and can lie si ven to tbe children as
well as tbe adult with great benefit. It Is
made of pure grains nnd look and totes
like tho llne'st grades of Mocha ofJuvneofl'ee.
It Mitixtlcs nvervmie. A eun of Graln-O Is
better for tbe svstem than a tonic, because
Itse bnellt is permanent. What coffee breaks
down Ciralii-O builds up. Ask your grocer
for (IIIAIN-O. ire. and 'rc.
Mrs. Lewis H. Harris, of 1117 Rock
street, died yesterilay morning at 7.30
o'clock after a lingering illness of oer
five years. Sho was 3S years of age ana
was born in Merthyr Tydvlll, South
Wales. She came hero with her parents
when 9 years of ago and has slnco re
sided In West Scranton. Her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Marshall, are still resid
ing here. She was a member of the First
Welsh Baptist church and was active In
church work until Mcknet-s prevented.
Her husband and two sons, Willie nnd
John R., survive her. The funeral will
occur Thursday afternoon at the resi
dence at 2.30. Interment will be made nt
the Washburn street cemetery.
Marie, a 3-year-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. P. F. McIIale, of West Market
street, died yesterday morning after a
brief illness. This is the btcund child to
dlo within a short space of time. Tho
funeral will bo held tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Interment will bo made In
Hydo Park Catholic cemetery.
Tho death of Hazel May Brockway,
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Brockway, occurred Saturday after a
brief Illness. Tho funeral will bo held
this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the family
residence, 13."1 Monscy avenue. Interment
will bo made In Forest Hill cemetery.
Mrs. S. B. Buckley died last evening nt
9.40 o'clock at her home on Cherry street,
Dunmore, after an Illness of ten days.
The funeral arrangements have not been
Academy of flusic
Rets & Uurgunder, Lessee.
II, K, Long, Local Manager.
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Oct. 21, 22,
2.1. Matinees Friday and Saturday. EL
MER U. VANCE'S llrand New and Up
to.Date Realistic Comedy Drama,
Patent Applied For
With Tons of Marvelous Scenic nnd Meehuu-
leal ElleetK. A Great Cast Headed
by tho Wonderful
The Phenomenal Dancer.
New Music, New Songs nod .Specialties Gn
lore. A Klondike Mine of Kun. -Unlto Your
Claims Karly. Don't Kail to Seo tho Horse
The Eye Specialist
MATIN KK PHIOES..,
...ISc, Uflc.i nsc, fiOo
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 19th
WIIOSK office Is at
na avenue, In Will,
lams' White Front
(Slioo Ptorc, examines
tho cyo free In tho
most accurate way,
and his prices for spec
tacles aro cheaper
than elsewhere. A la
to tho proper care of
tho eyes seem to pos
tess most people until
tho time comes when
vlslon.or other results
ofsucb neglect give warning that nature H
rebelling against such treatment of one of
tho most precious gifts. Normal vision la a
blessing unappreciated until it 1ms been lost
and restored; its full value Is then realized,
Therefore, you should not, loso a day beforu
Having your t-ye-a uAiuumni,
gladly render ireo of charge
RHMEMUUR THE PLACE.
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
This service wo
A SPECIALTY OF
Taney Kocknwuys East
Rivera, Maurice River
Coves, Mill Ponds, &c., &c.
Leave your order for Blue
Points to nc ueuvercu on
the half shell in carriers.
I E PIERCE. PEI i. HE!
WOLF & tVENZEL,
240 Adams Ave., Opp. Court House. '
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Bole Agents for Richardaon-Doyntoa's
Furnaces and Rangso.
Advertisements Under This Head $3 Per Line Per Year.
Physicians and Surgeons.
URrivA YTaW I'enn ive., 1-5 and 7-9 p. m.
Diseases of women, children. To.ophone.
DP.. HATKSOX. XS7 N. -WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m, to 4 p. m.
Dll L. VRiBY. SCRANTON SAVINGS
Hank bildg, I'll Wyoming avenue.
IN TIIK NKW ROMANTIC COdTl'MK
SUITOUTKD I1Y HIS OWN GREAT
The basket ball gamo last evening be
tween tho original North End team und
tho North Stars, ivas ono of the most
stubbornly fought games yet seen In tho
armory. The Stars however, emphasized
their superiority early In the game by
their brilliant play, und threw baskets
with remarkable ease. Tho gamo ended
In a victory for the Stars by us score
of 8 to 1.
Miss Huth Richmond, of Brighton
place, Is entertaining Miss Colborn, ot
Mrs. D. D. Lewis, Philip Thomas and
Joshua Johns, all soloists of ability, will
tuke part In a concert to be given this
evening at Plymouth.
Miss Jennie Rlttenbendcr, of Allentown,
Is being entertained by the Misses iiuff,
of Parker street.
William Bees, of Marvlno avenue, has
recovered from a prolonged illness.
Mrs. A. Uossert, of Allentown, U visit.
touch of her
rags and tatters
into the richest
silks and sat
ins. There are
to day w h o
need a fairy
who will touch
them with the
wand of health.
A girl's best
gift is her
13 v e r y girl
may be a
and become a
and a capable mother, if she will but take
the proper care of herself in a womanly
way. Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Prescription is
the best medicine for ailing women, young
or old. It strengthens and invigorates the
organs distinctly feminine. It promotes
regularity of their functions, It allays ir
ritation and inflammation. It checks un
natural and exhausting drains. It puts the
whole organism concerned in wifehood and
motherhood into perfect condition.
Almost all of the ills of womankind are
traceable to some form of what is known as
"female complaint." Troubles of this kind
unfit a woman for wifehood and mother
hood. Thousands of grateful women have
been rendered healthy and happy by the
use of this marvelous medicine, At their
own request, the experience and testimony
of many of them have been included in Dr.
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser.
The " Pavorite Prescription " is sold by all
good dealers and an honest dealer will not
try to induce you to take an inferior substi
tute for the sake of extra profit.
Mrs. O. A. Conner, of Alleghany Springs,
Moutgomery Co., Va writes; " My daughter,
WUDNGSDAY, OCTOBER 20.
MR. JOHN DREW
Under the Management ofChnrles Prohman,
In HlsCireatest Triumph,
Ah Presented lfiO Nights at Kmpiro
Theater, New 1 uru Lily.
PRICKS 51.50, 51.O1), TSc.AOc and .'5c
M.MIV A. SUKPHBRD, M. D.. HOMlv
opathlst. No. U-JS Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street. Scranton. Of
llee hours, Thursday and fe.Uurdays, 9
a. m. to G p. m.
DR. "W. B. ALLHN, 512 NORTH WASH
nil L. M. OATES, ROOMS 107 AND 205
Hoard of Trade building. Olllce hours,
S to 9 a. tn.. 2 to 3 and 7 to S p. m. Rosl
denco 3i9 Madison avenue'.
ir r- T. PRKAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture. Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Olllce telephone 1303. Hours: 10 to
13, 2 to 1, 7 to 9.
PBRCIVAL J. MORRIS. ARCHITECT.
Hoard of Trade Htllldlng.
KmVA'HD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 21, 2"i and 2J, Commonwealth:
K. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT. OFFICIO
rear ef tW Washington avenue!.
LMWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
433 Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. HROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price Hulldlng, 12tl Washington avenue,
T. I. LACBY & SON. ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Hank.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, 32T N. WASHINGTON
DR. S. "W. L'AMOREAVX. OFFICE 231
Adams. Residence, 131S .Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary urgar.s a specialty. Hours
J to 4 p. m.
Vt G. ROOK. VETERINARY SUR
geon Horos, Cattlo and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 12 Linden street, Scranton.
Friday and Saturday Evening, Saturday
Matinee, Oct. 21-23.
Tho Legitimate Irish Comedian,
HR. JOSEPH MURPHY
supported by a good company.
Friday Evanln? "Kerry Gow"
Saturday Evening "Shain Rime"
Saturday Matinee. ."Kerry Gow"
JAMES IT. TORREY. ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor nt l.aw. Rooms 413 und 411
FRANK K. DOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Hurr building, rooms
13 and H, Washington avenue.
L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCH
DR. II. V. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. C. C. LAUHACH, 113 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER. 421
wanna ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and
2 to D.
MRS. M. 11 DAVIS, 130 Adams avenue.
JOS. KURTTBL. RB.MR Ml LAOKA
wanna uvenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
F-DWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms 11 and 13, Republican bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY. ATTORNEYS-at-law,
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsedlors-at-Liw, Republican
building, Washington avenue. Scranton,
JBSSl'P & JBSSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building. Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX,
National Hank Building.
Kd is yean, had a goitre coming ou her ueck
and it disfigured her very much, I am happy to
say that It lias disappeared after the use of one
and It disfigured her very much, I am
savthnt it hoi dUannfflreri after the u
bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription."
In paper covers, 21 one-cent stamps; cloth
binding, 10 cents extra. Dr. Pierce's Com
mon Sense Medical Adviser, Addrtts Dr.
R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, N, Y.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Oct. 18, 19 and 20.
OP THEM ALL,
20 f-RETTY GIRLS 20
10 BIG ACTS 10.
The Original (lotliam Comedy Quartette
The Itrlght and Hparkllug Uurlen'iuc,
THE TWIN KINGS
Up to tho Times,
Dances, haudsomo seeneiy and beautiful
costumes. Introducing all the latest New
York bits uud up-to-date comedy. A UKEAT
Regular Prices, 10,20 or 30 Gents
All opera chairs sold reserved for evening
fierformances. ' Hecuro them afternoon" ut
heboxolllco or by 'phone, UH7'-', or utter
house opeu " at night ut box otllco.
ALFRHD HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19. 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANN'A.
Seranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, law, medicine or business. Opona
September 13. Send for catalogue. Row
Thomas M. Cann, LL. D.. Walter 1L
Huell, A. M.
G. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMUN AND
Nurservmcn; store 111 Washington avf
nuo; green house., iMfl North Main av'
nue: storo telephone, 7S"J.
Hotels and Restaurants.
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Rooms Ell, Gir. and S10, Hoard of
L. A. "WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
4'.'3 Lackawanna nve., Scranton. Pa.
C. II. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonweairh building. Scranton, Pa.
C. COMEOYS, 821 SPRUCE STREET.
D. H. REPLOGLi:, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears building, corner AYashlngton uve
nuo and Spruce street.
13. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. IT. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Luw,
43 Commonwealth bldg., Scrun-ton.
WATSON, DIEHL. HALL & KHMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Luw;
Traders' National Bank Hulldlng; rooms
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10; third floor.
BARRING & .M'SWHENDY, COMMON--wealth
building. Interstate Secret Ser
Tim ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRA-VK-lln
avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. Z1EGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W.
passenger uepot. e-onciucuM on me i.,u-i-opean
plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, re-ceptlons, wed
dings and concert work furnlshe-d. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conduoto-.
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'B
MEOARGEB BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, e-nvelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLK
salo dealers In Woodware, Cotdago and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave,
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC.
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams' Hul'.dlng. opposite postofllee.
Agent for the Rex Flro Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO.,
North Washington avenue Llnotypo
Composition of all kinds ejulckly done.
Facilities unsurvu?ed u this region