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THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING-, NOVEMBER 27, 18!)T.
PRIDE OF THE CITY,
NEW HOME BUILDING
Story of n Struggle to Alcct the Needs
of Poor Children.
MRS. WILLIAM CONNELL'S NOBLE GIFT
A .Mcmorlnl to llor Dcccnscil Dnuglf
tcrs.-Ucnutilul Design by Architect
J)nvl--Somo of tlo Donors ofl'ur-iiUliliiKs--Nnnics
of I.ounl Dcnlcrs
Who Ara Cniiuorncd In tlio Perfec
tion of DctnlU in tlio Institution,
Which Is Now Almost Completed.
So much Interest Is constantly ox
pressed In the Home for the Friend
less thnt something dellnlte rfRnrdlim
the new luilldlmr will bo npprcclntcd
by the public nt thin time. From it be
KlnnliiK of u rented hnUBe of clKht
rooms npciiliiK with sixteen Inmates In
1S71 th, Institution 1mm far outfit-own
the larger quarters built thiee years
Inter, where tdncc that time the ever
Increasing family has been shelter d.
Six yearn uro the Into John 11. Smith,
who had nlwayw been n Rood friend of
the Home, donated u plot of land near
the Oral school for n new building
It was not nt llrst deemed advisable to
nttentpt Its construetlon.slnce.althoURh,
the people of Seranton were ever gener
ous toward this pet institution of the
THE NEW HOME FOR
city the amount of funds needed seemed
appallingly great. However, after con
tinued deliberation It was decided to
ask prominent nrchltecls to mihmlt pre
liminnry plans, and after careful con
sideration thov of Architect Kdwnrd
31 Davis, then of the linn of Davis
& Hnupt. were selected.
The Peck Lumber company secured
th-- contract for construction, nnd work
was begun on tho foundation that
fir. Peter Stlpp having the stone
work In charge. Then camo on
the serious llnanclal depression, nnd
It was thought advisable to give
up hpe of erecting tho super
structure until some definite promise
of funds seemed assured. On th ' sum
mit "f the beautiful slope for months
laj the stone base for the building nnd
every malinger and friend of the Home,
realizing Its over-crowded nnd poorly
adapted accommodations for Its pres
ent needs, grieved over the enforced
Finally, one winter afternoon, Just
before dusk, a lire broke out In the
old building, and but for the provl
dental day light and the prompt assist
ance of lire companies, neighbors nnd
friends a most horrible catastrophe
would have resulted. Tho old ladles
and the little children were scattered
about the town, nnd It was not for
somi time thnt repairs wore complet
ed pi rmlttlng their return. In the
mianwhflo a house near by was rent.d
as temporary quarters.
PIIODI'CTIVK OF GOOD.
It was on the day following the fire
when n prominent resident of the city
declared: "Now Is the time for you to
get funds for your new building." Act
ing on his suggestion nnd by his ad
vice, a meeting was called, which was
atiw.ided by many citizens of wealth
nnd influence. At this meeting $S,000
was pledged In a few moments. Messrs.
John Jermyn. William Council, O. S.
Johnson, W. T. Smith, John Clelnnd,
J Attleus P.obertson, J. Ben. Dlmmlck,
I.. A W'atres and Henry llelln, jr., be
ing tho first un the list of subscribers.
Following this other subscriptions
were secured, enough to warrant th.
continuance of building. Tho work
worn on, nnd now although hampered
by lack of funds It has so far
progressed thnt the splendid new Home
will be ready for occupancy Jan. 1.
To accomplish this the property now
In use has been heavily mortgaged,
nnd this expense has, of course, add
ed to the burdens carried by the man
agement. Vet looking at the Inautlful
structure on its proud eminence and
realizing the need of Its space and
sanitary arrangements. It Is felt by
those most closely Identified with the
work that anxiety, labor and sacrifice
have been well expended if thus the
reward may bless the efforts.
The new building, exclusive of the
left wing, which will not be added nt
this time, is rapidly approaching com
pletion and will cost nearly $03,000.
It Is n most Imposing struc
ture. Architect Davis has soared no
trouble to make it In every way suited
Unit "liaiig" on."
The best thing yet.
One doso at the beginning is worth
half a dozen afterwards.
Neglect of a common Cold lends to
Grip and takes longer to "brenk up."
Head off a cold with a dose of "77."
"77" rellcvcH a Cold over night.
No one dies of Pulmonary dlseaso
who takos "77" In time.
"77" knocks out the drip.
"77" nips a Cold In tho hud.
A 25c. vial lends to u dollar flask; the
economical way of buying "77."
Ask fori Dr. IIumphrey'H Mnnual of
all Diseases at your Druggists or
Sold by druggists, or send to Humph-
Irey's Med. Co., Cor. William & John
Is., New York.
Uk for Dr. Humphrey' .Mctnm.l of ull
necsV- at y ur Dirgnlsts or .Mulled free.
BrM by ruujj:t. of enil to Hum-
j.-tv . Men t'o., for. itiuiam ami jonu
B N'cw Vrl;.
S6 tP as3P' 9$
to the, needs of Its Inmates for n Ions
tltno to come. The nrchltecturo Is
French Hennlsannce, noble In propor
tions and dknlllcd and substantial In
effect. No "frills" will be found any
where. The most rigid economy ltns
been exercised In the niattor of decor
ations, although the materials used
have been the best obtnlnable,
UIUGK AND STONE.
Tho building Is of red brick, with
white sandstone trimmings, many largo
hnndsome windows and wide verandas.
Tho stntely beauty of the massive, yet
graceful, turrets, mnlto It distinctive In
stylo nnd tho frontnge toward the up
per vallev affords a magnificent pros
pect. The extent of tho building as It
now stands Is 123 feet front, with n
depth of 140 foot, giving accommoda
tions for about sixteen old ladles and
seventy children, besides those In
charge, nnd tho corps of servants.
The Interior Is admirably adopted to
the needs of such n family. The old
Indies' rooms, ench 0x13 feet, are In.
cated on tho first door, senarated by
n corridor from their pleasant dining
room. A largo slttliiB room contains
a huge fireplace and will be furnished
In a fitting manner. These npartments
look out upon the broad piazzas nnd
are the sunniest und brightest Imagin
able. Tho left lower room on tho first llonr
Is to bo the private sitting room of the
much loved nnd respected mntron,
Mrs. A. K. Walker. The second lloor
lower rooms are to be devoted to her
use nnd that of her sister und assist
ant, Miss Solomon, whose faithful,
gentle presence Is so much appreci
ated in the Home.
The great reception room, Sfixlfi feet,
will bo a source of much Interest, not
nlnne for Its charming location and
outlook,' but from the fact that this
npnrtment will contain the one really
ornnmentnl feature of the building;
not, after all, an extravagance, but a
lovely memorial appropriately gracing
this splendid structure and giving the
keynote of Its purpose and lofty Ideals
to all who enter tho doors.
MRS. CONNKLIVS NOBLK GIFT.
This memorial Is in the form of a
mantel, twelve feet In height, reaching
to the celling nnd occupying nearly the
entire space of one side of the room.
The design Is Gothic nnd It Is richly
carved. Mrs. William Council is the
donor who places it in the Home for
tho Friendless In memory of the two
daughters, Mrs. Mattle F.dgar and Mrs.
Mary Dlmmick, who went out from the
world early, leaving a tender, blessed
memory of beautiful lives unselfishly
spent for others.
They who always had a kind word
for the old and feeble, for the little
children, for the desolnte and weary,
will now look down benisnnntly from
elaborate medallions set above the
great open fire-place, and the little
ones nnd tho used who gaze upon tho
smiling enrven faces will be told of the
two who have gone away, never more
to weep or sigh over earthly cares. Ap
propriate Inscriptions fill the upper
corners, below which in qunlnt letter
ing Is tho text: "Faith, Hope and
Chnrlty, etc.," while Immediately above
the fireplace Is Portia's tribute: "The
quality of Mercy Is not strained. It
droppeth as the gentle rain from
Heaven upon the place beneath."
The ledge of the mantel Is upheld by
four heads In full relief, two at the
right, little children with waving hnlr,
the others at the left of aged women,
their kindly wrinkled faces looking
forth with an air of retrospect and
contentment. Above these rise pillared
niches renching almost to the celling.
At either side of the fire-place are
richly-carved, high-backed seats, giv
ing a cosy, home-like appearance to
this beautiful ingle nook, with its
mosaic facing nnd hearth.
The mantel Is exquisite In carving
nnd ornamentation nnd Is entirely the
design of Mr. K, II. Davis, whose pet
Idea It was to have this unique nnd
rarely beautiful piece of furnishing in
the building which W his pride. All
who tnke an interest in the Home of
the Friendless will be glad that Mis.
Council has made It possible to afford
this feast to the eye and satisfaction
to the nesthetlc tastes, beneath that
shelter which receives so manv who
have missed tho refinements and the
loveliness of life.
LOCAL, DICAI.F.HS KEPKESENTED.
Groat satisfaction Is expressed by all
who have viewed tho interior of the
new building at the completeness which
characterizes the arrangements. The
heating, supplied ly P. U. Scott, is ad
mirable. The Indirect system Is placed
In the dormitories, elsewhere tho direct.
Tlio plumblncr, furnished by Hunt &
Conrell, is considered to bo r.s near per
fection ns sanitary modern devices can
provide. Solid porcelain sinks, etc.,
with porcelain lined bnthtubs, are used.
The combination chandeliers are sup
plied by C. U. Scott. Simplicity pre
vails In tho design, wh'.ch Is of brush
brass In o'd Flemish stsdo. The benu
tlful Gothic lanterns at tho entrance
ale 'if wioucht Iron.
The Ih-rnstcln Iron beds and tho mat
tressPB have been ordered of the Scran
ton Hoddlng Co. Tho old ladles' rooms
w ill be furnished by various societies
and Individuals. Forty dollars Is es
timated p.b tho cost of ono of these
rooms. Among those who havo signi
fied their intentions of furnishing them
are the King's Daughters of Elm Park
nnd of Grace Reformed churches, tho
Girls' Friendly society of St. Luke's
church, tho "Spinsters," Trinity Luth
eran church, and many managers. Mr.
Daniel Sllkmnn, before his death, ex
pressed a deslro to furnish the old
laillir' sitting room In memory of his
wife who preceded him to the grave but
a short time. His wishes will be carried
out by his chlldi'on, Tim children of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wlntnn have alho
stated that they would like to furnish
it mtinorlnl room. Mr. J. L. Stello will
lit up un apartment In memory of his
Isto wife, who was one of the most le
loved nnd valued mouthers of the broad
f managers. It is probable that sinco
so many deBlre to provide for tho old
ladles' rooms that tho managers will
decide to furnish ono ot tho receptlen
ENCOURAGEMENT TO OTHERS.
It Is hoped thnt many friends will
offer to endow beds In the chllftrttn'a
dormitories. There nrc those whose
little ones have gone nwny forever from
tho homes whero they wero cherished
and who can perpetunto tho memory
of tho loved nnd lost by contributing
to the support of a bed which will be
called by the name so dear. Others
can give a moderate sum for o. par
ticular piece of furniture to bo desig
nated by the donor. It has been hoped
that some largo organization such ns
tho brotherhoods, or different orders
might propose to tit up tho dining room
wh'lch will entail considerable expense.
Mr. Chnrlcs Schlatter has already
given hardware for tho doors, etc., to
the vnluo of more thnti $G00, and this
generous gift has been much appreciat
ed. When the great opening of the n"W
building takes pplnco It will be n su
premo delight for H1030 In charge to
point to one und another token of nf
fectlnn and remom'branco of the poor
nnd desolate and say "Such or BUeh a
friend gave this to the Home."
Received by flic Sisters of tho Hood
Shepherd This Meek.
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd beg
to ncl.nowledge tho following donations
received nnd return most sincere
thanks to the kind donors:
A friend. $30; Edward Rutledge, $23: Mrs.
0. V. MeKlnney, $5; Mrs. Robert Reaves,
$5; Thomas l.tnard, $J5; Casey Pros, $23;
Mrs. A. J. Casey, $10; Mrs. 1'. J. Casey,
$10; Mrs. John Collgnn, JS; Mrs. M. J. Col
llgnn, $3; Mrs. J. E. Iturrctt, $3; .Mrs. T. F.
I.ynett, $2; J. A. Nallln, 1; M. 51. Rudely,
one barrel flour; George McCarthy, one
barrel flour; Mrs. J. L. Council, one bar
rel Hour; I'. X. Oaterhout, one barrel
flour; Mrs. O. F. llurke, ono bag flour;
Mrs. Thomas Moon, ono piece of canton
flannel; J. J. o'Mnlley, one barrel apples
nnd one ham; Stowers Packing company,
sausage and poik; Alpine Knitting com
pany, Plttston, 75 dozen ladies' vests; Mrs,
Richard O'Urfen, 25; Mrs. J. V. Pelllo,
$5; A frlerd, $13; Miss Elizabeth Walsh,
$5; Mrs. F. J. McDonnell, one case of
canned goods; Mis. Charles Berry, grocer
ies; Mrs. Thomas F. Henley, one turkey;
E. II. Ripple, ono barrel flour, five bushels
potatoes; Michael Gibbons, one turkey;
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Keller, 12 hams; Mrs.
M. Goldrlcli, tea and coffee; Mrs. Mlchnel
Flynn, S3; McLaughlin liron., Avoca, $:';
Mrs. J. J. Fahey. $5: Mrs. J. 13. Garvcy, $5;
Mrs. J. J. Jordan, $3; Mrs. M. J. Flaherty,
rooking chair; Charles Robinson, ono box
oranges, ono turkey; A. F. O'lJoyle, one
turkey; Mrs. John Kinney, piece of mus
lin; Mrs. Martin I'uri'S, groceries; Mrs.
R. Iloban, $3; .Mrs. John Hurke, $3; John
Maycoek, potatoes; John Kllcullen, box
soap; Miller & Watts, quarter of beef;
Mrs. J. H. Corcoran, box' prunes, box
calus, one turkey; Miss Margaret Dug
B.ui, teat and coffee; Lewis, Reilly Da
vles. $3; John MeDonough, $2; Miss M.
Young .Mr. .llnyo.
When Frank Mayo dramatized Mark
Twain's quaint story of southern life,
"PiHld'nhe.id Wilson," ho gave tho stage
one of the most delightful citations of
recent years. After he had delineated
that character with consummate skill for
a time he went to his eternal reward and
It was thought that "Pudd'nhcad Wilson"
would disappear permanently from tho
Mr. Mayo's son decided that such should
not be the case. He would himself essay
the role his father had made famous. It
was no cisv tnSk ho set before himself
and ft Is creditable alike to his ability
and ambition that he Is measurably suc
cessful In his impersonation of lovablo
Davo Wilson who has worn tho village
name of "Pudd'nhcad" m long that ho
looks upon It as , distinction. It would
bo manifestly unjust to the young man
to draw too fine a comparison between
his work and that of his lamented father,
but it can. be said In all candor that
tlioso who saw young Mr. Mayo last
night wero most agreeably surprised. His
work was natural and true.
Supporting him Is a capable company
of players who assist In reproducing tho
delightfully droll people of Dawson be
fore tho war. The stage settings and cos
tumes are beautiful and historically cor
rect. Tho play will be repeated tills after
noon and evening at the Lyceum. A largo
audience eaw the performance last night
notwithstanding the unpleasant weather.
Engagement Closes Toilnv.
The Spooner Comedy company will closo
Its week's engagement nt the Academy of
Music tonight by producing The Col
onel's Daughter." The matinee bill will
be "Llttlo Miss Mali." Yesterday after
noon "The Judge's Wife" was presented
and last night "Hazel Kirk."
Tho Cherry Pickers.
Manager Pltou makes a specialty of
placing clover people In the minor roles
of his production, and the result is a
performance in eacli case of unqualified
excellence, quite unusual with tho aver
ago play producer. In tho performance
of "Tho Cherry Pickers" an excellent
example of this kind Is afforded. The cast
this season contains sucn well-known
players as Ralph Delmore, Robert T.
Haines, Nat Jones, 11. V. Ferguson. Kd
wnrd Poland, Frank Inslee, CJeorge llren
nan, William P. Sprague, J. O. Lo Ilrasse,
William C. Riley, Loralne Dreux, Jennie
Si'Aterlee nnd Gertrude Dawes. "The
Cherry Pickers" will be seen at the Ly
ceum next Wednesday evening.
James A. Heme means to keep the pub
lic Interested In his play. "Shore Acres."
For this season's production of this beau
tiful comedy-drama ho has engaged Ar
chie lloyd, Atkins Lawrence, E. J, Don
nelly, William II. Rutton, II. P. Whltte
more, James Hurrows, Augustus Wolford,
James Fenton and the Misses Pcnnne
Otis, Hello Theodore, Madge Claire. Ethel
Connelly, Lillian Claire, Eliza Hudson,
and that clever child actress, Gladys
Green. In the production thnt "Shore
Acres" Is to have at tho Lyceum next
Monday night Archie lloyd Is to appear
as Nathaniel Horry. Thcro will bo entire
new scenery nnd some new mechanical
effects. The ndvance sale of seats begins
tomorrow morning at a o'clock nnd a
rush Is anticipated. Tho company and tho
scenery nre tho best ever used In pre
senting this great play.
A Guy New Yorker.
If you enjoy a good laugh, then by all
means secure your seat for the ncitorm-
anoo of "A Gay New Yorker," which will
appear nt tho Academy of Music on Dec.
2, 3 and 4. "A Gay New Yorker" Is brim
ming over with good, clean comedy, and
the company that has been secured to In.
tirpret tho same havo made reputations
for themselves ns laugh makers. It Is a
three-act musical furoo comedy and tho
fun never lags for a moment, but keeps
up to the very last, whllo throughout tho
piny, songs, dances, marches, medleys
and high class specialties are introduced
by an exceptionally strong company of
star artists headed by Ed Rogers and Ed
"Darkest America" Is tho tltlo of a
comedy drama that will bo tho attrac
tion at tho Academy of Music tho first
half of next week. Tho scenes uro laid
in the South and deal with negro life
In all Its phases, depleting their homo
life. All tho characters are taken by gen
uine negroes. Mr. nnd Mrs. "Hilly" Jic
Cluln uro the leading lights of tho drama.
"Dutkest America" Is a t.pcctacular
comedy tho large company of negroes
enter Into the spirit of tho various scenes
so naturally tho audlenco Is nroused to
enthusiasm. A gorgeous gpectacubir
itrcot pageant will bo given at noon to.
' ' '
"Pa, what do tho Populists mean by
Keep In tho middle of tho rond7' "
"They mean that they havo been kicked
off both Bldewalks." Truth.
THE STRANGE FACES WE
Both in Society and on tjhe StreetWhy
tractive and, Alas, Too Many Repul
nL.JMF. lu. ' ME air VTtsj J i ' fc. M J CfW w
What a difference there Is In tho
faces ot women, nnd for that matter
of men also, and how strange the effect
Is. There are faces thnt attract men
nnd fascinate women, whllo there are
others that seem to repel Just ns
Did you ever study fnces? Have you
ever paid real close attention to the
looks of the men nnd women you meet
In tho course of n day? It Is a fas
clnntlng study. Many ot them are un
attractive, but some of them have
power that Is most fascinating. Now,
what Is the secret ot this charm nnd
beauty? There Is but one answer and
wo will give It.
OBJECTIONS TO THE TREATY.
Petitioners Clnim Arbitrntion People
Would Havo Ilnuged Washington.
New York, Nov. 2C A petition to
the sonatois of the United Stntes wits
Issued today from the headquarters
of the Irish National alliance, In this
city, against the adoption of the pro
prosed general treaty of arbitration
with England. The petition will be
circulated by the various councils of
the alliance throughout thlc country,
tho Ancient Order of lllberninns and
other Irish American societies.
The petition says thnt the advocates
of the arbitration treaty here nre tho
modern American torles, decendants
ot men who would have hanged
Washington. In conclusion the peti
tion says, "animated, therefore, with
the sincerest love of our country, the
profoundest respect for her institu
tions nnd loyality to her Interests, und
believing that any treaty with Eng
land, such ns proposed, is and cannot
be but Inimical to her honor nnd en
tegrlty, a mennco to her best interests,
more especially to that peace which Is
her heritage, we appeal to you to re
pudiate and cast out from your honor,
able chamber all proposals to enter In
to a general agreement with England
as nn insult to the nation and to your
Horrlblo Dcnth ol tho M'ilo of n
Diiinkcn Antonio Milngno;
Krie, Pa., Nov. 2C The wife of An
tonio Milagno died a horrible death to
day. Thanksgiving day Antonio be
came drunk and Went to the cellar for
more liquor. He fell and his wife
tame to his assistance with a lamp. Ho
threw a hammer at her head but miss
ed the mark. He then camo up stall's
with a can of oil and tar which' he
threw In tho wife's face. In an Instnnt
the mixture caught fire from the lamp
and she was enveloped In flames.
Help arrived In time to prevent her
from burning up where she stood. The
woman was laid on the bed and when
the oPlccrs arrived they found An
tonio standing over tho wife plucking
tho cooked flesh from her treast nnd
armr nnd cursing like a demon. When
nrrested ho raved and had to be sub
jected tc rough treatment before he
could bt taken to the police station'.
RAGING PRAIRIE FIRE.
Two Itanchcs Are Destroyed nnd
Others Are In Hunger.
Clayton, X. M Xov. 2C A prairie
fire is sweeping over tho country south
of this point. The crass is very IiIkIi
and there has heen no rain for weeks.
The course of tho fire Is throuuh the
great cattle range helt, and for more
than two hundred miles there Is no
harrier In Its path. The wind Is blow
ing very hard from the north.
Thousands of sheep nrc In danger
nnd are being rushed to places of safe
ty. Should the wind chnnse to the
south, which Is now indicated by clear
ing skies, the danger will not be so
great, otherwise there is no estimat
ing tho probablo destruction. So fur
only two ranches have been destroyed,
but many uro now exposed.
BLIZZARD IN THE WEST.
It Itngcs in Pivo States nnd Mercury
St. Paul, Xov. 2fi. A blizzard of no
mean proportions Is now raging In tlio
northwest, despatches from points In
Minnesota, Iowa, Montana and the two
Dakotas state that a heavy snowstorm,
accompanied by a medium wind, but a
much lower temperature, has prevailed
most of the day.
At Helena the highest point reached
was 30 above, while at 8 o'clock lust
night It had dropped to 1L The low
cst temperature was at Battlefield,
where early last evening tho thermom
eter registered 10 degrees below zero,
EVENTS OF THE TURF.
Lexington, Ky., Xov. W. Italnlng hard;
track a ieu of mud. Summaries:
Klrst ra?e, maidens, eleven-ilxieeailis
Allcrtan won, Iicthlchcm Star second,
KlantamiH third; time, 1.15!J.
Second rn?e, ono mile Calls .won, iu
heccu H second, Lucy II third; time, l.W.
Third race, mile und seventy yurds
Loyalty won, Sir Kbony njcond; Lakevlew
l'alnoo third; time, I.6J.
Fourth race, 5 lurlonss Armorcl won,
Miss Arnold second, Lena Myera third;
H.iltlinore, Xov M. Gloomy weather
nRoln confronted visitors lo IMmllco to
day. Tho track uaa veiy heavy ami It
took n tftionn horeo to stand tho pa -e.
lVsplto tho unfavorable 'wtvMhcr tlio
crowd was law and full nf speculation.
Lady Disdain furnished the surprlxo of
tho day. She was entered In the fourth
event for six furloiiKB and was so poorly
backed thnt th closing oddn were 23 to 1,
Klrst race, Oij furloiigsUyron Cross won,
Hooker second, Laurel Leaf third; time,
Hwond race, C furlong Prompt won,
Tromargo second, Summer Sea third;
Third race, mile X-Ftay won, Ksher
down second, Kaster tide third; time.
'Fourth race, C furlonRS Lady Dlsduln
won, Ilableca second, Sanwer third; time,
Flth race, mllo and sixteenth Squnn
won, Itossifcr second, King T third; time,
It can bo expressed In two words
"perfect health." No woman enn look
well when she Is mndo constantly mis
erable by distressing weaknesses nnd
ailments. These things destroy tho
complexion, bring gloominess nnd blues,
nnd, In addition to tho misery created
render the woman unattructivo. No
man can appear well, work well, or do
well who Is not feeling well, Imnglno
any man or womnn trying to be pleas
ant or attractive when troubled by
headaches, tired feelings, und dizzy or
benrlng down sensations. It Is simply
For more than twenty years the
American people, nnd for thnt matter
ONLY THREE DAYS REMAIN, SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
To Kny FIXE 3IILLIXEUY at These Trices:
, . , . - J f$i5.oo Plats, at $6.00
Trimmed Hats 10.00 Hats, at 4.25
( 6.00 Hats, at 2.25
Untri mined Hats
Remember, the store is rented
Don't delay, as it will pay you
Music, Fina Arts, Languages.
Adams Ave. and Linden St.
Shoes may be Good, but
TEAS should be rolled by
CLEAN A1ACHINERY, as
is done solely in
CEYLON AND INDIA.
liim':cTIONS.-Tulso half uunl quantity.
Seo water IHHLH. Pour oil' after I'l VK min
, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
REFRESHING. 60c lb. DEL'CIOUS
fruld only in Lend Vnclw't..
Dent's, Perrin's, Etc,,
Kid Gloves, from . . .
25c. to $1 OO.
The largest aud most com
plete line in the city.
tk 'aw??feo ist
Mymr '--' ;
v --' .mw - f v in wviwi
tho inhabitants of tho entire globe,
have heard of n grand discovery thnt
overcomes these troubles ns If by
mnglc and ninkes the person healthy
as well as attractive. Its value has
been appreciated by vnst numbers ns
well ns by the medical profession, but
there are some who do not know what
Its secret and mysterious power can do
for them; but if any render of these
lines wishes to know how these dls
agreeable, and, often dendly, symptoms
can be overcome; how health, vigor and
happiness can be restored nnd how at
tractiveness may be secured, we nnswer
unhesitatingly and frankly: "Vvo that
gr"nt discovery, that proven remedy,
Warner's Safe Cure."
$ .69 Hats at 25c
1. 00 Hats at 45c
1.50 Hats at 69c
'$1.25 Velvet at $.85
1.50 Velvet at 1.05
2.00 Velvet at 1.39
in Twinf-lim-i? nf I "? Ln
.75 Feathers at 39c
($1.25 Feathers at 69c
f 25c. Feathers at 10c
50c. Feathers at 19c
Sgc. Feathers at 39c
and possession given Dec. ist.
to buy for future use.
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
Boilers, Engines and Machinery.
Wo will cell you New or Nocond-Hnnd.
Wo will cell you new or tuko old In ex
change, or wo will rent you anything you
want in mo jiiiciiincry i.ino. npot cum
paid for. 'Scrap Iron and MetuU.
National Supply and Metal Go,,
709 West LiicUiuvniiim Avenue.
H.E. KEELEY, Hgr. Telephone 3954
NEW YORK HOTELS.
Cor. lltli ktrcet and University Place,
.NKM' YOItlC. One block went ot Uroad-
way. Noted for two thlug'i,
Klrst-clni rooms at SI. OOa day and up
ward, on tho Lurupcan plua.
L. & E. FRENKLE.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place,
AMERICAN PLAN, $3.50 Per
Dny and Upwards.
EUROPEAN PLAN, S1.50 Per
Day and Upwards.
GEO, MURRAY, Proorietor,
The St. Denis
tSrcaduav and Eleventh St., New York.
Opp. (Jrncc Church. -European Plan.
Rooms $1.00 a Day and Upwards.
In a modest aud unobtrusive way there are
few butter conducted hotel. In the metropolis
than tlia Ht. Deals.
Tlio great popularity It Ins nrqulred can
roadlly be traced to Us unirpit. location, Iu
hom!llc mroospliore. tl)9 peculiar tsxcellecc
ur Its cul.liio and service, and Its vory modsi
WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON,
TRIBUNE WANT ADS
BRING QUICK RETURNS.
Are Some At
sive. It Is a ocrrmon thing to bring proof
of tho value of health-giving remedies
from those who have been restored.
Warner's Safe Cure does not require
this. It stands prominently upon an
eminence of Its own, nnd while thcro
nro thousands of people In America
alone who have voluntarily acknowl
edged its vnst benefit to them. It does
not require their endorsement to prove
to any sufferer that It can help, thnt It
can cure, that It can brighten the fuco,
remove the lines of enre nnd thus ren
der, through tho channels of health,
that pleasant nttractlvcnoss so much
desired. A trlul of this great remedy
will fully provo to you the truth ot
Tho Old Dominion Company'
"PrluccBS Auuc," "Yorktown," and "Jauicl'
Imslncsi men, plcaiuro Kcokors nnd visitors
" OLD POM COMFORT
n moU cxpodltlom route, rcnchlnc Norfolk
nt 10,30a. ni.,glvlugnwholuday iu Norfolk,
connecting with fust afternoon trnlus for tho
Wost, South and Southwest from
nnd with boats for Halt I more, Md., nnd
Washington, 1). U, and nil connecting lines.
l'or further Information npply to
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
Pier 26, North River, New York,
V. I.. (lUILLAUDHU, Vlce-Pres. and Traf
Hot Air Furnaces,
Gas and Electric
ELECTRIC LIGHT WIRING,
434 Lackawanna Ave,
PUT YOURSELF IN OUR PLACE
And you will reallzo how easy It Is to fur
nish your homo luxuriously with a trifling
outlay, a little nt u time, and you don't
BARBOUR'S HOME CREDITHOUSE
425 LACKAWANNA AVE.
A large variety of new and
handsome designs in LAMPS
At lower prices than ever be
fore quoted in this city.
Wo are showing an exceptionally Ono lino
nf Wnti'lioi, Diamonds und Jewelry ut
pricui which will please you.
A. E. ROGERS,
Jeweler, 113 Locks, Ave,