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DEATH OF DAVID R. WILLIAMS.
Mounds Up Itccclifd I'nrliiB the Nnr
'nbnlunccd Ill Hind.
The death of David H WIlllnniB, of
South Hvdc Park acnui'. nccuned nt
the Danville nluin Sutunlnv after
noon. Mi. Williams vvn removed to
the asylum early In September. Though
lie had acted eirntleally for pome time,
nothing was anticipated of a borlous
tiatuie until Thuiedav. A up. 20, when
he attempted to commit suicide In one
of Morse Son's bain on Jackson street.
An examination i mude, after lie
had been lemoved to the West Side
hospital, and his condition Indicated
extreme Infinity Having sulllelently
iceovered from IiIh self-lnlllcted wounds
the unfortunate man was taken to the
asylum, where he stendllv grew worse
until dentil brought lellef.
Iloin In Allneisvllle In 1S12, he was
nbnut 53 vents of age. He came here
III the enilv CO's and enlNtlns, served
to the end of the lnte rebellion with
credit. To wounds lecolvcil duilng the
war Is utti United the iatle of his
mind's failure. For many eat.s the
deceased was employed as n station
niy englneei by the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western tompany, nnd was
a man of eonldeinble means. He Is
suivlvcel by his wife and one daugh
ter, Mies Anna H Williams.
Deceased was a member of, Ezra
Gllflln 1'ost, No. 139, Grand Army of
the Republic The funtial will lie held
tomonow afternoon at 2 .10 o'clock nt
the Pis mouth Congiegntlonal church
I lev. It. It. D.iles, of Meadille, will
ofllelate. Fi lends desiring to view the
lemnln.s can do mi tomorrow moiulng
ft out 11 to 1 o'clock at the family
losidenco. Interment will be made at
the Vuhbiun street cemetery
EARLY MORNING WEE-DING.
The nuirJagc of MIs IMher C. Phil
lips, of Jackson stieet, to IMwnid Le
lloy Cluimbeis, of the central city, nc.
1 ill led at the Washburn Street Pies
byteilan chinch S.ituidnv moinlng at
y.SO o'clock. The ceiemony was pet
forined by Ile. J. P Moffntt. pastor of
the chinch, In the piesenee of the Im
mediate fi lends and telatlves of the
contiaetlng 11,11 tle. The Missis
Finnkle ami Mamie Phillips, slsteis of .
the bilde, weie the onlv attendants,
The ladles weie becomlngh nttlied In
pretty costumes. Immediately after
the ceiemony Mr and Mis. Chambers
depaited for a widdlnir tour thiotigli
New Jeisey. I'pon their leturn they
will lesldo at in; I.iuli stieet Until
aie well known oiing people and en- 1
joy ti wide elide of fi lends.
ACCIDENTS TO CHILDREN.
Mr. and Mis Evan Jenkins, of 111
South Klmoie avenue, weie neiily dls
tijeted Satmday by the mlstnke of
their little four-j ear-old son, who
diank about an ounce of turpentine,
thinking It was .oda water The un- 1
foitunate child was almost thiown Into '
lonvuHlons by the binning sensation i
produced by the liquid, and Dr J. J.
Ilohetts being hastily summoned, he
wns quieted by the proper use of allay -
vrr.itvous mot in.rs i,t, kinds
i 1 meil with iihiuU I 11acts. I'nii book
Hllihou WAMIINOION UILMIUAL CO.,
iisliln jton, I). U
A Ladies' Kid Glove
"TL. lr L f,
On Saturday or flonday
It is not the cheapest glove on the market, hut it's beyond
all question of a doubt the best glove in the world at the
nioiiev. In fact, we'll put it against anything you can buv
elsewhere at $1.00.
It's a New Make
with all the latest fashion notions about it, and the intro
ductory price is 75c.
We Didn't Tell You What
This glove is like. Xo. that's true, but there's a reason
win , and it's in your favor.
Have You Seen Our New Veilings?
Right widths, correct styles and fine qualities for the
price ou expect to pay and the reasons why thev should
Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery,
Underwear, Millinery and
An Ocean of Notions
At special prices will make the store additionally attrac
tive for Saturday and Monday shoppers.
lug medicines He Is stilt In a weak
condition, owing to the shock nnd pain
In some unaccountable manner the
clothing of the three. year-old son of
Mr nnd Mis Eelvvnrd 11. Jenkins, of
314 Aswell court, caught fire lesterdaj
tnoming, nnd but for the piompt nc
tlon of the mother a fatality might
lme resulted. The clothlnc of the
child near the chest wns nil nllnme
and the rlcht side of his face was
slightly burned and the hair pinged
Just pievlous to the accident, Mrs. Jen
kins had been removing some ashes
from the stove, and stepped Into the
next room, when a scream warned her
that her child was In danger. It Is
thought that the child fell acioss the
hot coal.s in the pan and ills clothing
set on tli 0.
NI'MHElt OF Fl'NEP.ALS.
The funetal of the late Mis. Mary
Howei took Dlnte on Satin dav after
noon fiom the residence, 117 Nenh
Main aenue. The set vices, which
were held at the lcsldence, were huge
ly n I tended and many beautiful liornl
designs were In evidence. Ilev. Fred
erick Kltzelman, pastor of tile Mllllln
Ayer.ue Oeinian Luthetan chuiih,
ollleiatcd and preached the funeral ser
mon. The remains, having been viewed,
were borne to the Washburn strt -t
cemetery, where interment wns made.
The pall-beat eis were. Christopher
Lanrre, A. T. Heler, Philip and Henry
Schnell. William Ileclitolil and Jacob
Itlebert Charles Yoos was llowcr
benrer. The funeral of the late (5rnnt Corhln
took place yestoiclny afteinoon. The
lemalns weie borne to the 8lmpdc.11
Methodist cliurch, where the seniles
voie conduct"'!. T'leie wa. 'i laigo
attendance of friends and i"'ulivo
present. The haiu1oine oik'!' asket
was almrM eoneei'icd by t'l" piofuIoii
of beau 1 ill il.nl offcila's place'
tlieieon by friends. The funeral Mi
llion was preached by the pastor, Ilev.
J 11. Sweet. Several selection" weie
I elide! cd b n quartette The seiices
loniluded, the large funetal cortege
accompanied the lemalns to Talor,
where interment was made Tlie Dela
waie, I.aikawnnna and Westein
Mutual Aid '-oelety was well represent
ed, the deieaseel having been a mem
ber The pall-beareis were flooige
Fiaunfelkei, Geoige M Wallace, Oeotge
F. Thomas Geoige Hill, J. E Ham
mitt and E F Ketcliam.
The lemalns of Joseph Theobald weie
boine fiom the residence of his be
1 caved paients. Mr. nnd Mis. Nicholas
Theobald, ot SJS South Ninth street, to
St. John's German Catholic church yes
teiday afternoon, and short .sciices
held. Ilev. Fiederlfl: Fricker, lector
of the church, ollleiatcd Many friends
of the patents wore present nnd the
lloial offerings weie beiutlful and pio
fuse. Tlie remains were borne, at the
conclusion of the sen Ices, to the Gei
man Catholic cemeteiy and laid at iet.
Tlie pall-bearer.? weie: Finnic Pollster,
Joseph Sclnader, John Klein, Willie
Schmidt, Fiank Sihumnnn and Kmll
Coppler. The llower-bearer: Willie
The funetal of the late Nicholas Mc
Nlemey, of North Gnilleld avenue, was
held yostetday afternoon The lemalns
were borne from the residence to St,
Patiick's church, where a shoit sei
Ice was conducted. Intel ment was
that we'd like vou to look at
TJJJfi FCTTAiNTON TJa-BUxVIS-MOJInAY MOJINiy. NOVEEBEIl lo. 18.J7.
made in Hyde l'nik Catholic cemetery.
The pall-lieateis were H Driscoll,
George O'llrlen. H C O'Haia, J Gan
non. J M May and F. Callahan. The
llower-bearer William Muiphy
Joseph, the slx-vear-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Donahoe, of Nortli
Main avenue, wa.s Interred nt tho Hyde
l'nik Catholic cemetery on Saturday
afteinoon. Tho funeral was held from
the paiential home and many friends
of the bereaved paients were In at
tendance. PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. and Mrs. Finnic Metz, of Tenth
street, me entertalnlnt- Miss Cnpitola
Metz, of Wllkes-Hurre.
Captain White, of Gienburn, called
upon West Scianton friends Saturday.
Mrs. Tyler, of South Hydo Park ave
nue, has as her guests Mr. Lewis and
Thomas Evans, relatives, from South
William Shea, of Wllke.s-Darre, vis
ited ills brother, J. J. Shea, on Satur
Foiest Dei shinier, a student at Tac
toiylllc, spent yesterday with his pa
rents, on Eynon street.
Mrs Daniel Piotheroe, of Milwaukee,
is heie on account of her mother's, Mrs,
Job Harris, of Eynon stieet. illness.
Miss Abide Hancock, of Eynon street,
was n visitor at Wilkes-Haiie, Satur
day. Mr and Mis. David T. Jones, of
Stons nenue, weie made happy Sat
mday bv the nitlviil of n baby gill.
.Mrs. Silas Smith nnd on, of Mill
City, are Mtlng- Mis Finnic Spencer,
of Jackson street.
Miss Anna Hliel, of D.ilton, has 10
titined home fiom u lslt with Mrs.
John Aimstrong, of Jackson sticot.
Miss Gertiude Fieeman, of Corhett
nenue, is substituting at public hchooi
Miss Nellie Fellows, of Tenth street,
will assume the position vacated by
Miss Anna Davis, of Eynon street, to
day at public school No. 32.
Mis. D. Ettu DaIs, of I'tica, N. Y.,
is the guest of the Misses Joseph, of
South Hide Paik aenue.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
One of the fcatuies of the concert
which will lie given on Monday even
ing, Nov. 22 by the members of the
Plymouth Congregational church Sab
bath school will be the llrst appearance
heie of the litadfnid ttlo. Mucli lias
been said of the capabilities of these
attlsts and It will be well worth .seeing
and healing them Miss Cecilia Urad
foid, iolln soloist; Mls Charlotte
Hiadfoid, ocallst. violinist and elo
cutionist, nnd John Hiadford, ilutlst,
form this capable tilo. They will be
assisted by Miss Ginco Bobbins, pian
ist. Tlie young people of the Scranton
Stuet Baptist chinch are arranging a
eiy fine enteitalnment and social to
be held In the chinch on Thanksgiving
ecnlng. The enteitalnment will con
sist of tableaux repu senting the "Songs
of the Secn" by Jean Ingelow, to
gether with other things The social
pi it will be a surprise, being known
as a 1! L and O.
The fifth annual banquet of St. Pat
rick's Iilsh Catholic Benevolent union
w 111 be held on Thanksgh ing evening.
Former occasions have been replete
with enjoyable ftatuies and the com
mittee intend to keep up the standard.
Tho follow Ing is the substance of an
nitlcle which appeared In the "Home,"
a paper published at Annlston, Ala ,
of .1 lecent date "Our popular fellow
toun-innn, A 11. Jones, lias been ap
pointed consul to Tumi.iu, Mexico.
'Ibis ilty is a few miles fiom Tamplco,
and Is a pi cm town. The olllce com
mands a s.ilaiy of $1,400 Mr. Jones has
1 been a stiong Republican since his
1 coming among us and moilts his ro-
waid." Mr Jones foimerly resided
hero and has two slsteis and a brother
still residing heie. Ills many friends
heie will no doubt be pleased to hear
of his good foitune.
est Side tlnsioesi llircrtnn.
CAIU'irr WHAVnit-AU kinds of rag
carpets, stripe or hit and miss, on short
notice Call and examine work or send
postal caid and 1 will call for rags In
city limits. JACOB HALTHd,
HJti Luzerne street.
MRS. TKNTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
pihcno'.oglat, 412 North Main avenue
SECOND HAND lURNITURE-Cash for
anything you hao to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call nnd see the
stock of J. C. King, 7UI to 7UJ West L3CK.
aw anna aAcme
The home of Mr. nnd Mis Hemrv
Zeiglei s was the scene of a meny
gntheilng Fiiduy night, when a party
of their filemls called to help comiuen
oiate Mis JCeldlei'H twenty-tlilid blith
day. Among these who made up the
paity vete Mi. and Mis. Henry J.
Xelgl-r, si.. Mr. and Mis. C.us Schlmpff,
Mr and Mis. Fled Weichel, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Schumacher, the MIssjs
Lulu and Emma Poulleis and Miss
The funeral of John, the twelve-morths-old
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Osborne, took place yesteiday
afteinoon at 2 o'clock, fiom the family
horn", .101 Front stree. Intel ment w.ts
made In Hyde Park Catholic cwnery.
Mis John C.istcllo died at her home.
"1." Palm strict. Satin diy morning af
ter a in let Illness. She was only 20
yeais of age, and had ben married
only about a year. She Is survived by
her nusbnnd anl Infuit child
The funeral of Miss Lizzie Fisch, who
died ?atutday morning at the home of
lir putents. 1010 Pittston avenue, will
lake plae . mnioirow morning. A high
niat-s of requiem will be hung at St.
Mary's (li minn Catholic church.
loun Staik. of Dutv-di Hollow, who
had his hand lin lly crushed, nt tho
Lackawanna lion and Steel company's
machine shops Filday, will, it Is fear
ed, have tu have several of his flngeiu
Wliile turning a rail at tho South
mill Filday afteinoon, "William Tlce,
of Irving avenue, had one of his fingeis
Charles, tlie 2-year-old .on of Patrol
man Sihuildt, of Prospect avenue, who
fell down a lllght of twenty-four stejn
last week end sustained what was
though were fatal injuries, Is ipporled
to bo linpiovlng and likely to fully re
cover Citizens of the Twentieth ward met
Saturday evening nt tho quarters of
tho William Connell Hose company and
began the light for a better llre-fight-ing
apparatus for the company. Com-
WHAT DOTHE CHILDREN DRINK?
Don't trlvo them ten or lottee. Rave you
tried tho new (emu drink culled Grnln-0 It
in elulleloim nnd nourishing nnd taken tho
place ofceiMee. The more Ornln-O .vou give
thechlldien tho more health you dutrlbute
through tlielr HyHtuuiH, ijnitn-O Is nuuio of
pure grains, and vthen pioperly prepared
lustet like tho choice grades of corteo but
1 out" n bout i4 111 much. All grocer sull it
15c. utH', nd 'J
mltteefl to jnosecuto tho work were
nppolnted as follows: Soliciting,
Charles Slmrell, Thomas Orltnths, Da
vid nuiko. C. t?. Roland . legislation.
Thomas Urlfllths, W. T O'Mnlley,
Finnk Decker, Charles Kloss, M. J
Coyne, Ildward Connor, Thomas Lewis.
John fllbbons was chaliman of the
meeting, which was largely attended.
Th- funeral of MikI". the six
months. old child if Mr. and Mis. Frank
ltehner,,took place yesterday ifternooii,
Intel ment being made In tlie German
Catholic, cemoteiy nt No. G.
NOUTll SC' ANTON.
David Lewis, of Olyphaut. called on
friends In thia end yesterday.
Albert Thomas, of (Inrdner axeiuie,
was tenileicd a suiprlse patty Satur
day by his friends
The funeral of Michael P. Kelly wns
held Saturday morning nt his lite homo
on Putmm street The remains wire tak
en to the Holy Rosnry chinch, wheie 11
high mass of requiem was celebrated bv
tho Rev J J O'Toolo Many friends and
relatives of the deceased residing out of
town were present at tho funeral. Hur
Inl was made In the family plot in Hyde
Park Culhollc cemetery
An operation was performed on Rob
ert Elliot yestnday noon by Drs Donne
and Sullivan The operation, which was
a delicate one, consumed some time, and
wns lewarded by the removal of about
one pint of puss uhleh had accumu
late d since the stabbing The operation,
when completed, relieved the pitlent con
siderable His condition at present gives
rise to much hope of his complete, re
The St Lio's basket ball team of the
West Side, and the North End Stais
will play this evening at Company II
Ueotge Perry, of Parker street, Is 111.
Morgan Leu Is, of Wan en street, and
Miss Margaret Malln, of Cusiik avenue,
were quietly married Thursday evening
In tho Holy Rosary rectory by the Rev.
X. J. McManus. The young couple will
make this place their home.
The Infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs, Pat
rick flallugher, ol Paikei stieet, was
bulled yesteidiy afternoon. Interment
was made In Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery. Tho membois of Maiquctte council,
Voting Men's Institute, urn busily imi
gaged in arranging and perfecting nil
detnlls ot the grand bill which Is to be
held oil the evening of Nov 17.
A Polmdei wis severly lnjuied In the
West Ridge mine Saturday morning by
a fall of roof
Evan Moigaus of Chinch avenue, Is
Miss Annie James of Olvphant, Is vis
iting relatives In this place.
A surpilso party vvuh tendered Karl
Mlnnlch at his hime on Pine street Til
day evening, the. occasion bilng his sixty-third
blithday. The evening was spelt
with music nnd ofi. 1 amusements until
u late hour whin supper vvu seived.
Amour, those pusint wne the following:
Rev. and Mrs. Ileiuliijis, ji. Philip and
.Miss M.nlle llenilli.es, Ml. and .Mrs.
Jietzel, Mlts Mumc Ilctzel, Mi. and Mrs
Dletzel, Mr. ami Mis Ho'T.somei, Ml. and
Mrs Ursilv, Ml i.nd Mis. fiiisler, Mr.
Ilea Gelsler. Ml, liiou'e HiZUI, Mt"S
Helen Ilctzel, Mi and Mis. Ross, L'hanes
Ro-s, 3Ir. John Rennet, Mr. and Mrs.
The Ladles' Aid anl Chrl'tlin Endeavor
soclctlis of the Dudley Street llaptlst
Church will ulve a f-upptr In tho church
pnrlors Tuesd.iv evening, Nov. Pi, fiom li
to 10 p. m. Tie kets, i" cmt.
MIs May Wills, of Dillon, Is lsitlng
friends and relatives In town.
Miss Carrie RilUnap Is still on the sick
Leave Items of news at Jones' milk de
pot on Drinker street.
Mr l King Is Milously ill at her homo
on Piescott avenue.
.Ml NOOK A.
Miss Mary Hobbs, of Pittston, spent
ycstirday with Mlnooka fi lends.
II. J. Riooks, of Laflin, circulated
among Greenwood friends Sunday.
Miss ElUMhcth Judge, of Davis court,
wns the guest of Wilkes-Rarro friends
The township school board met In spe
cial sess'on Saturday evening. No busi
ness of special Importance was tians
acted. Miss Kathiyne Luceney, of Diinmoie,
was the guest of Miss Mary Carroll,
St. Joseph's Total Abstinence and Ren
evoletit soehty hi Id their regular month
ly meeting yesterelav.
Edward Taylor, of Forest City, form
erly a lesidint of Greenwood, was vis.
Itlng fr.inds In the latter place yester
Siniuel Maeke-y died nt his home nt
Pickvllle last Sunday rooming aged fi2
years The decease el had been In feeble
health for f-1ver.1l yars, hut had not been
confined to the house. He vls'tid with
friends at Carbondalc last Satin div Dur
Inc the evening he complained of not
feeling will, and nt 2 31 In the morning
died. Mi, Mnckey was born In Phllidel
phln and was a war veteran. On the
twelfth dav of October, lli.l he enrolled
as a member of Company II, the Fifty
second Kglment, P. V., of Philadelphia,
nnd served thiee yenis and on tho fifth
of November, 1S0I. iceilvid an honorable
discharge. He wns a number of Hunter's
Port, Grand Aimy of the Republic, of
Jermyn, and the funeral arrangements
will be under their chat Be Ho Iimvis a
wife nnd eight children, nil sons The
services will be held at his late lesl
dence this afternoon, on Noith Slain
street, Peckvllle, and the seimon will
be pieaclud by Rev. J. S. Thomas,
of the Raptlst chuich, after which the
lemniiis will be home to Prospect ceme
tiry for Interment.
Rcnjamlu F. Mlllei elied at the homo of
his daughter. Mrs. Merrltt Abbey, of
Terrace stii'et, Cntbondale. at 3 o'clock
Saturday morning. Mr Miller wns born
at Dybury, Wayne county. Feb 2S 1S3J.
He wan mairled to M'ss Sarah Watford,
of Dybeny, in 1S.V1 About ten years ago
he moved with his family to this city
and thiee nils later his wife died, and
since that time Mr Miller made his
home w'th his daughter Mr. Miller was
n faithful and consistent member of tho
Methodist chuich He is survived by
three daughters Mis. It W Giles, Mis.
M. O. Abbey and Miss Sadie. Mlllei, of
Caibondale, and thiee brothers, J S
Miller, of IIoncHdale, J V Miller, of
Dy berry and A. J. Mlllei, ol Set ley
vllle. Tho funeral will be held nt the
house on Terrace strict. Caiboiulalt, this
afternoon Rev O A. Place. Ph. D. of
tlie) Methodist church, will conduct tho
service. I lite 1 ment will be made In
Miss Ann Loftus. daughter of Mrs
Thomas Loftus, died nt her home, on
Dimmore stieit. Olyphaut, Satuidny
night at ''30 o'clock, after nil Illness of
threo weeks Miss LoftiiH wns born In
Olyphaut, and was 20 yenis of agi Hei
sweet disposition endeared her to all
who knew her, nnd who will be deeply
gilewid at tho sail news of her umlmcly
denth. She was giuduatid fiom St Pat
rick's convent nt Olyphant In June IMfi
anil was an active member of tho messed
Virgin's Sodality of St. Patrick's chunk
Resides her mother, she Is survived by
0110 bi other and sister. The funeral will
take place tomorrow afternoon m i
o'clock. Interment will bo made In St
Patrick's cimetciy, Olyphant.
Anthony Mullen, n well-known res.
dint of Archibald, died ut Ills residence
yesterday afternoon about I o'clock The
deceased was about l"i years of nge, ami
had succumbed to a dlsense from which
ho had suffered for norao time. Despite
his utlllctlon. Mr. Mullen took a deep
Interest hi his native town, and held
the office of postmaster duilng Cleve
land's last teim. Up to his final ill
ness ho hold a position as foreman un
dir the Delaware and Hudson company.
lie Is survived by ills wife and three
children, two sons and 0110 daughter. Tho
deceased was connected with tho temp
eranco and church tocktlcs, und but u
FOUR BOXES DID IT.
Remarkable Succe cf a New Pile Cure
People who have suffered for years
or months from the pain and Incon
venience of Hint common disorder,
piles, will look with skepticism upon
tho clnlms of the innkeis of the new
discovery fen cure of all forniR of piles,
known under the name of Pyramid Pile
(Jure; neveitheless the exliaotellnury
cures perfonned by this remedy are
fiueh as to vvairntit the Investigation
of any sufferer. Ah a case In point tho
following letter speaks for Itself:
Mr. Homy Thomas, of sub-stntlon
No. 8, Hosnrk Ave., Columbus, Ohio,
writes as follows.
Pyramid Drug Co.-
Gentlemen. I want you to use my
nnme If It will be of any use to you.
I was so bad with the piles Hint I lost
work on that account. Nothing did 1110
any good. I lead in Cincinnati of tlie
many cures of piles by tlie Pyramid
Pile Cure and I went to a drug stoic
nnd asked for It. Tlie ding cleik told
mo that ho had something else Hint be
thought wos better, but I told him that
I wanted to try tho Pyramid first
The llrst box helpeel mo fo much that
I tried nnothor and then to complete
the cure used two mote boxes, making
four In nil. 1 am now completely cured.
Have not n trace of plies nnd I had
suffered for four years with the woist
form of protruding plies.
I suffered death fiom piles, but I
hae found the Pyramid Pile Cure to
be just as represented. 1 have recom
mended It to several of my friends and
I am thankful to be aide to wilte you
what good the lemcdy has done for
Physicians recommend tlie Pyramid
Pile Cuio beiause It lontnlns no opium,
cocaine, or mineral poison of any kind,
and because it Is so safe and pleasant
to use, being pjlnleD and applied at
night. The patient Is cured In 11 sui
pilslngly short time with no Incon
The Pyramid Pile Cure Is sold by
diugglsts at HO e-ents per package, and
if there is any constipation It Is well
to use the Pyramid Pills at the same
time with the Pile Cure, us constipa
tion is veiy often the cause of piles
and tlie idlls effectually remove the
costive condition. Pi Ice of pills is 25
cents per package.
Write to Pyramid Diujr Co, Albion,
Mich , feu little book on cause and cure
of piles; sent bv mall fiee.
short time ngo wns honored by a gift
fiom tlie Father Mathe-vv society. The
funeral arinngi ments will bo announced
Sirs Edwnul Robatlnn, wife of Edward
Robathan. foiemau of tho Mountain
Riook Store compiny. nt Sibley, elled
at about 1 o'clock esterelay morning at
the West Side hospital The diceased un
derwent a ciltlcal operation about a
wnk ago. and for a few days seemed
to Improve. Complications, however, nt
In, and she succumbed She was a wo
man of manv noble ti.i'ts, and was es
teemed by those who knew her. Her hus
band nnd one son. Glrard, survive her
The deciasid was about 32 years of nge
nnd his lived on this side for many
years No anangements have bun madi
for the funcial as yet.
One of the best known of the old Iron
noikiis on the South S'de, D Intel Con
way, of SP! Ciovvn avenue, elled late Sat
utelny nlKht In the Mo-es Taylor hospital
from the effects of a surgical opct.itton
performed in that Institution some weeks
ngo for the removal of a cancer. Mr.
Conway was U years of age, too old to
withstand the ravages of tho disease or
the operation which was performed as ft
list resent Ho had II veil for S yeais cm
the South Side. The funeral will be hold
tomorrow morning Mr. Conway Is sur
vivid by a wife and three 'una and one
daughter. And lew, John and Daniel Con
way and Mrs. Mlehiel Magulre.
Mis William Williams, aged 3." years,
died late Friday evening at her home
on Wayne avenue Mrs Wllllnms was a
victim of cancer and had been a suf
ferer for yiais The diceased was a
member of the Welsh Congregational
chinch, and Is suivived by a husband
and three small chlldieti .Tho fuiur.il
will take place this afternoon nt 2
o'clock. Internum will be made In Wash
burn street cemeteiy.
Florence J , the little daughter of
Mr and Mrs George Smith, of Mott
Haven, tiled yestirday afternoon of pneu
monia. The funiinl scivleo will be held
nt the house on Tuesday afteinoon at
3 30 and vv'll bo conducted by the Rev.
S. C. Slmpklns. Interment v. Ill bo made
In Union cemeteiy.
Llewelli, tho Infant child of Mr ami
Mil- Thomas Jones of 31 Lantlls street,
ellitl yesterday at the parental nsidmce
after a shoit Illness The funeral will
be held this afternoon fiom the family
home and interment will be made at the
Washburn street cemeteiy.
Cnlilornia Personally Conducted
Commencing Wednesday, Nov. 17th,
the Lehigh Valley uilioad will In
augiuate a through tourist car seivlce
to California and Colorado points, leav
ing Philadelphia and points In Penn
sylvania, and New Yoik state every
Wednesday. The louto of this tour
ist car has be n helected tluough tlie
most picturesque regions of Ameiica,
including such beauty spotb as Niagara
Falls the St. Clair Tunnel, over the
Gieat Rock Island Route, through th
Royal Goige, the Orand Canon, ovei
tho Rocky Mountains to Suit Lake
Citv, along tho shores of the Great
I ako to Ogd'n and over the Pleiru
Isevadas to the pi in dpal cities of sun
ny California Sacremento, San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles und San Diego.
For paitlculurs us to the time of
trains, lates, etc. Inquire ot ticket
agents or addiess Chas. S. Lee, Geneial
lasse-nger Agent Lehigh Valley II. It ,
For Infants and Children.
Have Brainy in Tlicm
Yes, there are brains in Stetson
Hatsbrains 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.
Thcuo nnd Other Good Stylcn Sold by
CONRAD, 305 Lackawanna Avenue
Wg. I l II Jl I I I li mi, ll.M
r -n - -j
1 1 U ' ? .J.
Full Set -pr
$5.00 B " l
FULLSHT TEETH . $5.00 1
TniETH CLIsANHI) - 25c
TEETH WITHOUT PLATE $3.00
TEETH EXTRACTED - prCc
HO IRE DREAD OF THE.DEHTAL CHAIR
.i T.n'.,ih C!t,r.n' ted and filled absolutely without piln bv our Into
scientific method applied to the gums. No slrop.pt oduelns
iiKoiits or ceit nine Vu nro not computing with cheap dental es
tiibllliineiit, but with Urst'iliisiili-ntlNtH ut prices lesi than half
tluit Fliargeil by them. 'I heei aru the only Rental Parlors In
scrantoii tlmthavo the pittontcd appliances nnd HiKredlents to
cMract, Mil nml apply Kolit crowns anil porcelain emu ns, untie.
ci'taliluiriiiii natural teeth anil wan anted for ten liars, without
ni1 2 t turtle loprpuln mil Set of Tooth 3ft. Wo Riiumntco 11
:....i ..m.'mV- V"l!lVrnrn,l,n,Ul)Ll11 without plates, Kitl illllnK,
. ,!.l". Ipr ,lc,"l work ilone pilnlmsly and by specialists.
(,0 no and have your teeth eMiaitii.l In thetiiornltiKiiiii go homo
lV;.eVi,!i,.fiWlM.'.,,0W,,''tl1 'e em tell you exactly what
li .. .. . k Jv".1.,i,W ,,,y ll.rr,!0 'X'mlnutlnn written guarantee
Vi. ?! ?L' ., """'"'I work. Hours, H to 8; Sundays and Imlhtavs,
other olllce itHheVu Wo '" no connection with any
Dental 1 nrlois, and cheerfully recommend
hlTNDAYS 1(1 TO I
Cor. LacKnmiimn ntirt Wyoming
Warm air furnace, solid cast radia
tor, sectional lire pot, absolutely
gas tight. Don't purchase any
other make, the best furnace you
can get is none too good and the
is the best, therefore buy the best
and protect the health of your family
THOS. F. LEONARD
60S Lackawanna Ave , bcrunton,
Advertisements Under This Head $5 Per Line Per Year.
Physicians and SurRcons.
DIL KAY, 20G Tenn ave., 1-5 and 7-9 p. m
Diseases of women, children. Telephone
DR. DATDSON. 337 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. C. L-. FRjOT, SCRANTON SAVINGS
Bank blldff, IS Wyomlns avenue.
MARY A. siinpirnRD. m r. HOME
opathlit, No. 22S Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOTiD, SOCIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyomlni:
avenue and Spruce xtre-et, Soranton. Of
fice hours, Thursday and Saturday, !
a. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. W B AI.LDN, B12 NORTH WASU
DR. I 51. OATHS. ROOMS SOT AND 203
Hoard of Traele bulielliur. Oflice hours.
8 to 9 a m , 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resl
denco M 5tadIson avenue.
DR. C L, PItnAS, SIMX-IAI.IST IN
Rupture. Truss rutins and 1'at Reduc
tion. Olllce telephone 1SGJ. llouiu. JO to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S. W. IAMORKAfX, Omffl 231
Adams Residence, 131S Mulherry Chron
ic Jlteases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
jrenlto-urinary oreans a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
w o. rook, virrrmiNARY si'R-
econ Hordes, C.ittle and nogs treited.
Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton.
JAMBS H TORRITY. ATTORNI3V AND
Counsellor at Law Rooms 413 and 414
FRANK K BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
oounsellor-at-law. Iluir balldlnB, rooms
13 and II, Washington avenue
EDWARD W THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms Hand 13. Republican hldtr
! JEFPREYS & Rl'DD, ATTORNEYS-
at-law, uommonwe'iiicii dukjiuh.
WARRiDN .1 K.VAI'i" ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-Uivv, Republican
hulldinp, Washington uvenue, Sirinioti,
jnSSrFT JE'iSt.'P. ATTKRNBYS AND
Couns-ellorw at law. Commonwealth
buttling, Wnshlnston avenue
PATTERSON A- WIIX0., HHADERS'
National Hank Rulldlnu.
ALPRnn HAND, WILLIAM J HAND,
Attorneys anil Counsellor. Common
wealth building Rooms ID. 20 anil 21.
FRANK T OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Iivv,
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKPORD ATTORNEY-AT.
Law RoomH D14. 513 and JIG Hoard of
I, A WATRE3. ATTORNDY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawanna ave , STanton, Pa.
C R PITCHER, ATTORNiJY-AT-LAW
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa
I C. COMBOYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET
D H. REPIOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security
Aliars buttling, coiner Washington ave
nue and Spruce street
n. P. KILLiVM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS J II HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Law,
45 Commonwealth blelg , Scran
ton. WATSON D1BHL. HALL ft KHMM BU
RR Attorney and CeHmdlor-at-Luw;
Tradera' Nutlonal Hank liulldlng; rooms
6, 7, 8. 9 and 19. third tloor.
BARRINO & AI'aWBENBY, COMMON,
wealth building;, Intcialato Secret Ser.
$2.00 to 35.00
traeted nntl bridges work donont the New York
their nictlinel, belli painless und ns advertised.
J. M. HOItNIIAKL'U, fjou MullieirV st."
YORK DENTAL PARLORS
(Over Newark Shoe .Store.)
Lntranco on Wyomlns avenus
PBRCTVAL J. MORRIS, ARCHITECT.
Hoard ol Trade Building.
EDWARD H DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 21, 21 and 26, Commonwealth
E. L WALTER. ARCHITECT, OrPICQ
rear of eWii Wa-shlngton avenue.
LDWLS HANCOCK. JR , ARCHITECT.
IX Spruce St , cor Watdi. av e Scranton,
PREDER1CK L. RltOWN. ARCHITECT.
Price Building. 123 Waehlngton avenue.
T I. LACEY &. SON. ARCH1TBCT3,
Traders' Katlnnil Hank.
DR I O LYMAN, 3T. N. WASHINGTON
DR. I'. L. 51' G RAW, DOS SPRTJCEJ
DR. II. P. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
DR C. C. LAIiriACH, HE Wyomlnff ave.
WELCOME C SNOVER, 421 LACKA.
wanna ave. Hours. 9 to I and 2 to &.
MRS M. E DAVIS. 4'0 Adams avenue.
JOS IvTETTEL. REAR Btl LACICA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufa
turer erf Wire Screens.
SCHOOL OP THE LACKAWANN.
Scranton, Pa Courses preparatory to
)llege, law, medlclno or baslnes Otpc s
September 13 Send for catalogue Rev
Thomas At. Cann, LL IX, Walter 1L
Huell, A. At.
G. R. CLARK i CO . SEBDIHIN AND
Nurserymen, store IK Washington ave
nue green house, IXO North Aluin ave
nue: store telephone-, 7S2.
lintels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAPE, 125 AND 127 FRANK-
iln avenue Hate 10.1sona.ble
I' ZIEGLER, I'roprletor
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L & .
njioenxer depot Conductol on the En.
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop
HAt'ER'S ORCHESTRA AIl'SIC FOR
ba'.la, plcnW, parties, u-ceptlons, wed
illngH and concert work funilshevl Tnr
terms addrew It. J liauer. conduoto
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert 6
AIEOARGEE RIlorHEHS. PRINTERS'
euppllcH. envelope" paper bug twine
arehouac. U'l Washington avenue,
PRANK P BROWN & CO . WHOLE,
cele destlor In Woodware. Cordsee and
Oil Cloth, 7J0 West Lickawanna ave.
THOMAS API1RBY. EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor Rooms 19 and SJ,
WllllaniH' Hul ding oppoHltei pontofflco.
Agent for the Rev Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PL'HLIPHINO CO
North Washington avenue Llnotyr
Composition of all kinds quickly .loncj
l'acllltlea unsurpassed In this rtulon.