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E FCPANTON TnTBlTNB-SATURDAY MORNIS'. NOVEMBER -27. 18!)T.
CAVE ON ACADEMY STREET
Is Cousins Much Uneasiness (o Properly
Owners on That Street, Near
Hyde Park Avenue.
A cnve-ln on Academy street, mid
way between South Hyde Park avenue
nnd Mullein street occurred early yes
terday morning. It threatens thq sew
er main and Is cnuslnir ( oisiderable
uneasiness nmoiiK the lesldents of the
vicinity. At present nothing beyond
the loiidwav. a small section of side
walk and the people's peace of mind
The mnln covins? lies directly In front
of Select Councilman Hlthnid II. Wil
liams homo at 1205 Academy street. It
runs from tho cutter out beyond the
hi i..n! center and Is somewhat the
shape of an epaulette. The deepest
part about 1 feet lies at the lobe nnd
neatest the putter. About DO feet fur
ther along a hole, or lather u seiles of
eonveiglng cracks ipper just beneath
the sidewalk and two tlags have drop
ped down In a V-shape 1 maimer. This
spot is Just nt the sratpwny of tie
dwelling occupied by Henry Kinsley,
ut 121J Academy stieet.
Here and theie within a radius of f00
feet snnll cracUs arc uDpatcnt. A
Trlliuni' leporter called 'upon Mr. 'Wil
liams, who is outside foi eman of the
Continental mines, to ascertain the
cnuc of the cine. Mr. Williams
thought It was from tho woikincs of
the old Cential mines. He further
Muted that no signs of the disturb
ance was apparent In any of the ecl
l&is or elv clllngs near the spot.
This same locality was slmlllarly af
fected ubout 0 or 10 yeais ngo. So
much so. that It w is thought at the
time that the old No. 14 school which
stood nt the rear of the present lot,
and was built of bikk, would have t
be toin down to prevent a collapse.
The present cave-In may not Iucu-hm?
In area or even all'cct the sewer main
but the heay rains if a few days back
nnd the present bad weather lends on
uneeitaln aspect to the tiouble.
INJURED BY A TALL.
William C. Wlllams, of Luzerne
street, Is conllned to his residence as a
result of a bad fall on Thursday after
noon. He Is suffeiinc from a lndlv
wrenched back and ipralned wiist.
Mr. Williams was doing some lepalr
work on the upper lloor of the duelling
at one of the windows. To woik bet
ter ho climbed on the jinn h roof.
While working he slipped and fell to
the ground, a distance of IS feet. Dr.
George Beach Is In attendance.
The West Side hospital was not for
gotten or overlooked In the general
Thanksgiving of Thutsday. The direc
tors and others connected with It weie
delighted and deeply appreciated the
kind donations nnd herewith extend
their thanks to the many donors Al
though It was announced that several
churches would receive donations for
VTKKVOtTS TROUHI.EI; ALL KINDS
1 cured with Anlnnil Extracts. Freo book
tells how. WAH1I1NG10X CHEMICAL, CO.,
Washington, 1). V.
Underwear for Ladies
If you arc an alert buyer of uuderwear, you arc fully
familiar with the mauy points of excellence in these
celebrated combination garments which are admittedly
uuapproached by anything iu their line in the market
We Want Every
Woman in This City
To give these one price garments a trial as we know
very well what the result will be, and in order to
make it worth while to strain a point to secure them,
on Saturday and Monday only, we will offr
the following specials:
Heavy blue lining, perfect finish and finely 0-'
shaped, our usual 50c, quality, at J VL
, Full Fash oned throughout and therefore glove-fitting.
The ideal cold weather uuderwear, all sues,
for slender or stout women. Usual price j? t O K
$1.75. On Saturday and Monday P AO
Have You Seen
Dr. Dentor's New Sleeping Garments
They're widely dilferent from the old fogy ideas, and a very great
improvement on anything that skill and science has yet produced.
Perlect Hygienic conditions combined with solid comfort are
their leading fejture.
Special Display of Dr. Dentor's Sleeping Garments
the hospital, thus far they hae not
been received at the hospital. However,
It In well known thnt a generous re
sponse was made at eeverul churches,
and In a short time everything will be
turned over to the management. Miss
Smith, tho superintendent, was espe
cially gratified by the Uiotightfulness
of the donors, whose gifts are already
at tho hospital. The teachers and
pupils of the public school, of which
Miss JosI Lees is principal, sent a
laigo supply of delicacies nnd staples
In the food line. The Sherman Avenue
mission members, through their sup
erintendent, Miss Delia P. Evans, made
a similar donation. Several Individuals
who withhold their names, also sent
at tides which are always acceptable
in an Institution of this kind.
Mil. THOMAS A CANDIDATE.
Select Councilman W. J. Thomas, of
the Fourth ward, Is to make a run for
re-election. He was not what might
be called seeking another trm, but
when he found a quite geneial desire
W -' THOMAS
on the part of his constituents that he
should continue In their etvlce until
he had seen a consummation of the
many excellent plans he has projected,
he decided to be a candidate, nnd Is
now pushing his canvass with the en
ergy which has chaiacterlzed his woik
In city hall. This means a lively thtee
corneied light In the caucus.
FUNERAL OF MHS. REED.
The funeral of the late Mr.s Chillies
W Heed took place jesterday aftei
iioon from the residence, Mi Twelfth
stieet. Th' sei vices were attended bv
a large number of fi lends, and the
floral remembtanccH no.ulv hid the cas
ket llev. J. P. Moffatt, pastor of the
Washburn Street Presbj teilun church,
officiated and preached the funeial ser
mon At the conclusion of the .ser
vices, the lemains were boine to the
Wnshbuin street remetei, wheie In
tel mnt was made. The pall-bearcia
were: Charles Meska, Howell Moigan,
William Deckelnlclt, Thomas Jenkins,
Albeit Becker and Gomer Hughes
THE SHAFT COMPLETED.
Benjamin I Phillips, of West Elm
street, recently successfully c omplet
ed tho sinking of the new shaft at
Prlcebutg for tho O S Johnson Coal
Company. As a reminder of his sue-
cess many of his friends tendered him
a reception at William Erby's hotel
In Prlceburg Monday evening. John
Davis, of Archlatd street, was toast
master and several good speeches were
made. Many West Scranton friends
James Lewis, of Archbald street, who
recently came heio from Satt Lake
City, has taken up his resldenco In
Miss Harris, a trained nurso from
the Jefferson hospital, of Philadelphia,
who was the guest of Miss Kennedy,
of the 'West Side hospital, returned
Mrs. J. Terra Jones, of Nantlcoke, la
the guest of hr parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund Moses, of Eynon street.
William Morris, a student at Buck
nell university, Is visiting hla parents,
Itev. and Mrs. J. T. Morris, of South
M. P. Wymbs, funeral director, or
Jackson street, made a business trip
to Honesdalo yesterday.
Miss Helen Lawall, of South Bethle
hem, Is the guest of Miss Gertrudo
Freeman, of Corbett avenue.
Miss MIna Tngue, of Luzerne street,
Is the guest of Mr nnd Mrs. P. W.
Tague, of North Bromley avenue.
Miss Edith Hess, of Bloomsburg, Is
the guest of her cousin. Miss Harriet
Davis, the South Main nvenue florist.
The Misses Annie and Marv Jones.
f Landls street, were In Plttston on
The Misses Alda Davis, of Archbald
stieet, and Miss Sallie Thomas, of Cor
bett t.venue. were the guests of Pitta
ton friends on Thursday.
Mr. and Mis Thomas Lershon and
child! en, of South Lincoln avenue.have
leturned fiom a visit in New York
Itlclnrd Ilccfe. of 112S Lafayette
street, is eiy ill.
Mrs. lames T. Davis, of Snyder ave
nue. Is seriously 111 at her home.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
The leetuie given by Yeataro Oknno,
a native Jnp, at the Sumner Avenue,
Prosbyteilin chinch, was well attend
ed last evening. His lecture dealt with
the Japanese and their customs, and
Is Illustrated with beautiful stereop
An additional muse will soon bo
added to tho start, of tho West Side
hospital In the pet son of Miss Florence
Yenger, of North Bromley avenue. Miss
Yongr was one of the first of a num
ber of persons who, seeing tho an
nouncement of a chance at tho hospi
tal to becom" a trained nurso in Tho
The funeial of the late Mrs. Sarah
Sweezy will be held this afternoon at
2.30 froir the residence of her daughter,
Mis Chides Banning, of 842 North
Lincoln uenuc. Interment will be
made at tho Duiya cemetery.
Eight hours Is the time for the Ox
ford, Bellevue and Dodge shafts begin
ning yestrda The Dodge will be Idle
Monday. The Belle ue being Idle to
day. An attempt to get lunch without pay
ing for the same, and then tijlng to
wreck the fKtures at the Joseph Gross
lunch room, 706 West Lackawanna ae
n u , on Thursday eenlng icsulted dis
astrously for three Hungarians. Patrol
man Jones, with the assistance of citi
zens, an opted the wieckers, and yes
terday morning Alderman Kellovv lm-picst-ed
their wrong doing upon their
minds by fining ach $2, and to pay $3
for damage done. August and Prank
Beigan and August Cossa paid the
penalty and depaited.
Nav Aug Council, O. V. A. M., will
hae roll call and an open tesblon at
their looms, at Co-Operatle hall Tues
day evening, "Sow 30
M ashburn Stieet Presbyteilan church
Ue. John P. Moffatt. pastor. Ser
vices at 10 30 a. in. unil 7.30 p. m.;
Bible school at 1-' in.; Junior Chris
tian Endeavor at ? 30 p m.; Senior
Christian Endeavor at f 30. consecra
tion services .it the chinch Wednesday,
Thuihd.iy an 1 Piiday. Ccmmunion
service on the (list Sunday of Decem
ber. The pastor. Mi. Molfatt, will
preach his anniversary M'imoii at the
sei vice tomoirovv nioirlnir and in the
evening the choir will give a song ser
vice It Is hoped that mihsctintlous
will be handed In Sunday
The latest and beat styles .'.oberts.
126 North Main.
Ncitsidc I'hhIiipss Directory.
CARPET WEAVER All kinds of ras
carpets, etrlro or hit and miss, on short
notice. Call and examine) woik or send
postal card and I will call for rat's In
city limits. jacum UAia'ia,
112$ Luzeino street.
MRS. FENTON. CLAIRVOYANT AND
prhenologlst, 411 North Main avenue
SECOND HAND I-URN1TURE Cash fo-
anything you have to sell Furniture.
Stoves Tools, etc Call and tec the
nock of J. v.. King. 'W to 7W West Lass.
The Library circle of Marquette
council, Young Men's Institute, held
Its weekly meeting nt the council rooms
Rev W. U. Wntklns will preach In
the Ninth Main Avenue Baptist church
toinonow m Tiling and evening.
Miss Hattle Sh.upliss, of North Main
ivenue. who nas been spending the past
8l weeks witn fi lends in New Jersey,
let timed j cstuday.
William Luutiey icturned yesterday
from South Canaan. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cooper, of North
Main avmue. nie visiting relatives at
The fun lal of Mrs. Jane Chilstmas,
whie-e de-ith occmied Wednesday at
the hon of her lUushter In Wilkcs
Baric, was held ycsleidny from the
home of Ron w Uodveomb on Finnklln
stieet, WHkes-Baire. Brief services
weie conducted, after which the re
mains were conveyed to Hcranton on
the Jcif.ey Ontral rallrrnd. The fu
neril proeendon then moved to Forest
Hill cemstcry, where Interment was
Sidney Henwood and wife of North
Main avenue, are visiting the latter's
P'uents at Honefadule.
The Amltv football team of this place
was defeated Thuisday afternoon at
Wet Side park, Plttston, by the Pltts
ton team. The pcoio was i0. It was
a well-phiyel game.
Joseph Snydei was caught In the act
of purloining lumber from the prem
ises of tho West Ridge colliery on
Notth Main avenue, Thursday evening.
When apprehended by employes of the
mlro he had a larcre vvasoi nearby
loaded with lumber which had already
been taken. He would have escaped
from his captors had It not been for
tho prompt arrival of Lieutenant Spell
man. Snyder was glvan a hearing by
Alderman FIdler and held to ball for
his appearance at court.
Th services of the Providence Welsh
Baptist church, Wayne avenue, will on
Sunday be at the usual hours. The.
llev. W. F. Davles will preach both
mornlns and evening. Communion will
bo administered after tho evening ser
mon. Monday evening a series of spec
ial meetings will bo commenced, at
which tho pastor will be assisted by
neighboring ministers. The meetings
will commence nt 7.30 each evening with
foug services, then prayer and a shott
nddiess. Special singing will be In
terspersed with pruver. All aro Invit
ed. The Rov. Horace Peckover will con
duct services at the Puritan Congre
gational church tomorrow.
Miss Alice Sweet, of Maple street, will
bo married next Wednesday evening
to Morcan Jones, of Plttston avenue.
The ceremony will bo performed by
Ilov. J. B. Sweet, of tho Simpson
Methodist Episcopal church, nt the
T. J. Covno has announced himself
as a candidate for re-election as select
councilman from the Twentieth ward.
The Comet social club gave their un
nual social at Worklngman's hall
Thursday afternoon and evening. The
affair was the llfth In the history of
the society nnd was very successful.
Myron W. Wolcav, of Shlpton, Pa.,
and Miss Qlzella Kramer, of 51 Irving
nvenue, were married Thursday at St.
Mary's Greek Catholic church at
Wilkes-Barre by Rev. Alexander G.
Toth. Mr. Wolcott w 111 leave In a few
days for San Francisco, Cal., where
he will be ordained a priest of the
Greek Catholic church. According to
tho religion which he professes he could
not be married after the ordination,
nor can he be married again, although
It Is permissible for a married man
to accept the priesthood.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Jacob Schuster
will take place this afternoon from the
family residence, 703 Prospect avenue.
Burial will be made in Plttston avenue
Quarterly meeting services will bo
held in tho Methodist Episcopal church
tomorrow morning. Love feast will
commence at 9 30: hell will ring nt
and 10 30 o'clock Presiding Elder Rev.
W. L. Thorpe will preach at 10 30, after
which communion service will be held.
Mrs. Thomas Mullen Is veiy 111 at her
home on East Drinker Htieet.
Thomas V. Palmer Is very ill at his
homo on Cheiry stieet with Inflam
The usual Sunday services w 111 be
held In the Baptist and Presbyterian
The Sctanton Railway company Is
going to remove their track from tho
lower end of Butler street, at the trest
Ung, to Cherry .street.
St. Maiy's council, Young Men's In
stitute, will meet Monday evening,
Nov. 23. All members are icque.sted to
Every one who was present nt Man
ley's hall Thanksgiving evening speak
In the highest teims of the five-act
drama, "Strife," which was so well
rendeied. Many Dunmore people would
be pleased to have It repeated. There
is no doubt but w hat it could be w Ith
profit nnd diaw a much laiger hou-o
Mis. June Davis, relict of David J
Davis, died at her home, 1118 Jack.son
stieet, jesteid.ty afternoon nt 3 o'clock
after an Illness of beveinl months. The
deceased was 73 jears of age, having
been bom in Meithyr Tvdvll. South
Wales, Oct. fi. 1S2I. Mr and Mrs.
Davis came to this country in 1S47,
shoitly after being marrl d ana flistie
s,lded at MlneibVille, Schuylkill count
Later they lemoved to Summit Hill,
now LaiMonl, and nftei a short lesi
denco there they came to Hvde Paik
In 1S3S. For many ye.us Mr Davis
concluded one of the laigest lively
stables heienbouts. being located on
Jackson stieet, below Main avenue In
1S66 he built the dwelling nt 1118 Ja k-
son, where he died In Jnuuaiv, 1S9I
Mis. Davis was nn active member for
many yeais of the Tabeinacie Congio
gationul chinch, beluga chatter mem
ber of the old South Main avenue edi
fice. She is smvived by thiee sons
and three daiighteis: D W. Davis, of
East Stiotidsburg. V. W. Davis and
Robeit W Davis of this city. Mis
Jennie Williams and Mrs. Josephine
Knauss, of this iltv; and 111?. John
Mouls, of Pl mouth. The funeral sei
vlces will be held at the lesldence
Monday afternoon at 1 .in o'clock. Rev.
1) P. Jones, pastor of the Tabernacle
Congiegntionnl chinch, will oflkiate
and Rev. J I? Sweet, pastor of the
Slmps-on Methodist chinch, will aslht
Inteiment will be made ut the Finest
Michael I'lendeig.ist, aged 4" ears,
died at 2 o'eloik yesteiday afternoon
nt his lesddenre. JIT New stieet. He Is
i-urvlved by his wife unil one child.
The funeial will take place Monday
moinini,. sei vices ut St. Petet's cathe
dial and inteiment will be made in
Hyde Park Catholic cemotelv
Mis. Bildget Schofleld, an old and
highly lesoected resident of North
Scuinton, died at the home of her son,
M. J. Schotleld, on Bloom avenue, yes.
teidny afternoon. The funeial will
take place this morning at 0.30 o'clock.
Inteiment In the Hyde Paik Catholic
John W . the seven-vear-old son of
Mr. and Mi.s. W. Martlndale, died
Thuisday at the family residence, 016
Capouse avenue. Tho funeial will oc
cur Sunday afternoon. Interment will
be made In Forest Hill cemeteiy.
Mi.s. Geotge Houston, aged 03, died
yesterday evening nt her lesldence, 613
Orchard street. Funeral Monday
morning: sei vices nt the cathedral and
burial In Hyde Patk Catholic ceme
teiy. CIIlCACO'S CHEAT DITCH.
Tho Ciiiinl Will Admit ny Vessel
That Miilou the Cp-nt Lukes.
From tho Review of Reviews.
The city of Chicago la so remarkable
In every wuy that we have ceased to
view with surprise any undertaking
which It may assume. After Its Whlto
Wonder, risen like a dream from out
of a bleak morass; after Its thirty
story sky scrapet s floating on the un
stable foundations of a bog, we can
In no wise marvel that it should build
a drainage sewer to carry a volume of
water as large as the Ohio jlver, and
But the Import of the Chicago Drain
age Canal has been obscured by Its
name. Few, besides engineers, realize
that Its unique contrivances, its mon
ster machines and novel methods of
construction, were to show this nation
how It might bo possible to build a
canal which would curry a boat fiom
New Yoik, at the mouth of the Hud
son, 2,000 miles Inland, to the baso of
the Rocky mountains.
Tho canal Is In reality a huge arti
ficial river. Ita functions as a sewage
carrier promises to become as rela-
10NIGI1T AND TOMORROW NIGHT
And each day and nlght'durlng this week
you can get at any druggist Kemp's
Balsam for tho TJiroat ami Lungs, ac
knowledged to bo tfio most successful
remedy ever sold for Coughs, Croup,
Bronchitis, Attjima and Consumption.
Get.a'bottlo'todfiy and'keep it always In
tho'house, so ou can check your cold at
once. 'Prico 23e. and 'Wc." Sample bottle
tlvcly unimportant to Its larger use
for the purpose of navigation as tho
Mississippi at St. Louis or the rivers
which wash Manhattan.
Primarily it will be Chicago's har
bor. ,It will be 2S miles long, and with
a depth of 2G feet nnd n surface width
of 300 feet It will admit' any vessel
which sails these Inland seas. It Is
here that Chicago has exhibited a long
foresight. The Federal government
has now practically completed the
work of opening a 20-foot channel from
the further end of Superior and of
Michigan to Buffalo; but theie are as
yet no harbors on the lakes of similar
draft. It Is Just this that the drain
age canal will provide for Chicago, with
an Inevitable stimulus to Its lake car
MR. JONbS' LATEST POEM.
Wiittrn nt His Homo in Slroiidsbure
W hore He Is Rending Lnw.
The poem printed herewith is the
latest effete of J. Twyson Jones, of
Evnnsbuig. Mr. Jcnes Is a brother of
the Rev. R. Shlrhovvy Jones, of Evans
burg, who won The Tribune prize poem
a few years ago.
J. Twyson Jones will be remembered
by many persons up and down the
valley, ns he w us pastor of the Baptist
church at Jermyn for several years, but
left the ministry to enter the legal pro
fession. He Is now engaged In reading
law at his homo In Evansburg. He
occupies a high position In Welsh lit
erary citcles and his poems aro among
those classed highest In the Welsh
tongue. His latest effort Is as follows:
A man of faith Is happier far
Than he who lives In doubt,
For faith Is like tho morning star.
Whoso light goes never out;
It cheeis htm In tho durkest night,
And ernlles upon his way,
It keeps his disposition right
And heralds In the da.
A man of fnlth Is stronger much
Th'in one of unbelief;
The hprlmr of action feels Its touch
However deep the grief,
Doubt paralzes every nerve,
and makes one's spirit pine
But fnlth from duty will not swerve,
To act Is Its design.
A man of faith is happier far,
For he has found n ret.
And nothing can disturb or mar
Tho muvle In his brca.-t;
But he who doubts but discords hears,
Which grate upon his woul,
And harrowed Is by dismal fears.
Which nothing can coutiol.
Blindfolded aie the ecs of doubt,
I'ncei tnln I Its lien 1
And ns eacli day It gads about
"lis with a trembling: diead;
Hut faith both mm and walks along
The paths our fatlui trod.
And this Is wh Its step Is stiong
It grasps the hand of God.
ni: MAY TO VI EAI.TII.
I'owcr ns a .llciins of Winning
1'iom the Es Time
According to theosophv. .said Dr. A.
W. Coivn, the human will was a defi
nite fence, and when strongly moved
bv desire it was able to accomplish
visible n suits, although no apparent
action had been tnUn. The desires of
men weie constant! aflecting their
outwaid elwumstunet's, and even If.
as In the ease of a man wishing for
wealth, no immediate result Is seen,
the ull'mate elicit would be that in
anothei eaith life be would be born
amid wetlthv sunoundlngs. It alwuv.s
happened, however, that when the in
vet i'd boon was obtained some ynwel-
come and unlooked-foi circumstance
i a eompanled It. and m the w le man
avoids dellnlte wispes anouc rus mime,
lecognlzlng his Ignorance of what Is
lealb best for him. and patiently ac
cepting the destlnv meted out to him
b.v the Just law.
George Muller. of Bristol, suppoits
A laige Institution for oiphans by
pinjer. The veneiable founder retiies
Into his loom, nnd mentally foimulates
his wish for a dellnlte sum of money
to meet a pi easing engagement.
Thought.s wen- tliinss. and once the
idea, stinneiy vitalized bv his will,
passed o"t into the ether, It lloated
about until otti acted to the congenial
soil of the brain of some wealthy phil
anthropist, who 'stunk by the
thought." s-ends his i hee k for the te
11 j lug Nan (Jrnsps nt n Stinvv.
"Pi. Agnew's Citie for the Heart ha.s
done no much for me, that I feel I owe
It to stiff ei lug humanity to give testi
mony. For ytan I had hinotheiln
spells, pains In my left hide, nnd swell
ed ankles When I took the flut dose
of Dr. Agnew'M Heart Cure, my friends
thought I was dvlng. It giivo me al
most Instant telief. and six bottles en
tirely cuied me." Mis. F. L. Lumden,
Scranton, Pa. Sold by Matthews, Bios.
Tor Itrniii Worl.ers.
We paitleulaily call the attention of
our readers to the display adveitlse
ment In our advei Using columns of the
KlondlUo Pi amotion companv. Do not
fall to tend this adveitlsoment. as It
may be the means of making you Jl'"0 00
In gold for an evening's work. Send
In your answer teduy,
Tor Infants and Children.
t c DDllfcl'e for r.iTiir.n sex
h OllUfl OTIiIh remedy lieln
Jcelcil directly to tho
Hem or mono uioi-mcb
or the Gcnlto.llrliiarj
Oritdns, requires no
change or diet. Cure
guaranteed lu 1 to J
dRTH. Niaall plnlnpnek
tfTTVES TnB. by wall, 81.00.
t" U JcUJlawoidoir.y by
Wm, Q Clark, ja6 Penn, Ave , Scranton, Pa
HAS MOVED TO
305 SPRUCE STREET.
PULL SET TEETH . $5.00
TEETH CLEANED - 25c
TEETH WITHOUT PLATE $3.00
TEETH EXTRACTED - Free
NO MORE DREAD OF THE DENTAL CHAIR
Tctli extracted nnd filled nbnolutcly without puln by our Into
nclputltlc method applied to tho gums. No nlcon-produclng
nnouts or cocaine. Wunronot cotiiptittng with cheap deiitul os.
tnbllahineoto, butvrltlillrrtclnNs duntlnts nt price le tliuii half
nun cunrgcu iy iiicm. 'inee lire the only
Ncranton tunttnivo tho patented nppllnnceft nnd Ingredients to
OTtrnct, nil nnd apply gold crowns nnd porcelain crowns, lindo
tectnbld from nnturnl teeth nnd wnrnvntod for tenyrnrs, without
tho Jenst particle of pain. Kull Met or Teeth 85. We gunrnnteo it
lit or no pay. Gold rrown and toetli without plates, gold lining
nnd nil other dentnl work dono painlessly, nnd by Fpecliillst m.
Comonud have your teeth extruded In the morning nnd go liomo
In tho evening with now teeth Wn inn tell you exactly whit
your work will oo by n freo examination A written gunrnnteo
often yearn with nil work. Ileum, a to Hi Sundays nnd hollduvx,
111 to 4. Do not bo misled. Wo havo no connection with nny
other otllee lu tho city.
"We, tbottnderalgned, hnvo hnrt teeth evtrnctcd nnd brldgo work donnnt tho New York
Dental l'arlors, and cheerfully recommend their method, holnz pnlnlets nnd ns advertised.
J. M. HURNUAKLlt, l'JOO Mulberry St."
HOURS R TOR.
SUNDAYS IO TO 1.
for. Lachrtwamia ami Wiomlns Arcs.
Warm air furnace, solid cast radia
tor, sectional fire 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
505 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton.
Advertisement Under This Head $5 Per Line Per Year.
Phyhlcums anel Surgeons.
DrTkAY. 20 I'enil ave., 1-5 and 7-0 p m.
Diseases of women, children. Tc.epnone.
DU BATESON. 337 N WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m to 4 p. m.
Bit' ( L PREY. SCRANTON SAVINGS
Bank bllde. 12- Wjomlng avenue.
MARY A. SHEPHERD. M. D , HOME
opathlst. No JiS Adams nvenue.
DR A TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Dl-casps of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street Sjramon. Of
fice hours, Thursday and baturdavs, J
n. m to 0 p. m
DR. W E ALLEN, 512 NORTH WASH
,. ..oM-a unnus M AND 208
Uoird'of Trade' building. Olllee limns,
S to 9 a. m . 2 to 3 and i io s p. m. ...
elenie 309 Madison avenue
DR. C L PREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Ruptuie. Trusj Pitting and l-at Reduc
tion Office telephone 13oJ. Hours: 10 to
1J, i to 1, 7 to 9.
DR S W. L'AMORKAPN. OPPICE 211
dams. Resddiwe. P.IS Mulberry. Chron
le disease-, lungs, henit, kidneys, and
genlto-urinary orgai.a a Mcialt Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W O ROOK. VETERINARY SUR
coon Hordes, Cattle and Hogs treated.
Hopltal, 121 Linden stieet, bcrauton.
D R. RHPLOOLH. ATTORNEY-I5ANS
negotiated on real eftnte security.
Mears building, coiner Washington ave
nue and Spnue street.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsollors-at-Liw, Repub.lcan
building, Washington avenue, Scranton,
WATSON. D1EHL, HALL & KBM.MER
ruAttorneys nnd Counscllors-at-Law;
Traders' National Rank Rulldlng; rooms
6 7, S, 9 and 10: third lloor.
JAMES H. TORREY. ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at Liv Rooms 413 and 414
PRANK E ROYLE. ATTORN'EY AND
eounsellor-at-law Rurr building, rooms
13 and H, Washington avenue.
JDSSl'P & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys nnd Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
rRANK T OKELL. ATTORNI3Y-AT-Law,
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT-Lavv.
RoomH 5H, 615 and 516, Hoard of
15 F KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS J. II. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law,
43 Commonwealth bldg, Scran
ton. EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms 14 and 15. Republican bldg.
JEFFREYS & RPDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law.
L. A WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawanna ave, Scranton, Pa.
C R PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa,
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Hank Rulldlng.
C. COMEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET,
A. W. RERTHOLF. Atty.. 319 Spruce St.
UARRINO & M'SWEBNEY, COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
. Fill Set
$2.00 to 5. 00
iienini i-iirior in
NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS
(Over Newark Shoo Storo )
Enlrdnco on Wyoililng'nVonua
PERCIVAL J MORRIS. ARCHITECT,
Roaid of Trade Building.
EDWARD H. DAVIS. ARCHITECT.
Rooms 2J, 2.', nnd 26, Commonwealth
E L WALTER. ARCHITECT. OFFICE
real of fi0; Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK... JR, ARCHITECT,
t35 Spruce St.. cor. Wash, ave., Scranton,
PREDERICK L. RROWN. ARCHITECT,
rrlee Rulldlng, 1-0 Washington avenue,
T I. LACEV A. SON. ARCHITECTS,
Tradeih" Nation il Hank i
DR. I. O. LYMAN, 325 N. WASHINGTON
av i nue.
L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCE
DR. H. P. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
DR. C. C. LAURACH, U" Wjomlng avo.
WELCOME. C SN'OVER. 421 LACKA
unnna. ave Hours. 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS. M. E DAVIS, 130 Adams avenue.
JOS. KUETTEL. REAR BU'IAOKA
wanna avenue. Scranton, Pa., nianufac-
tuier of Wire screens.
SCHOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, law, medicine or businesi Opotn
September 13 Send for cntnloguo Rev.
Thomas M. Cann, LL. D., Walter K.
Uuell. A. M.
? R CLARK & CO . SEEDMBN AND
Nuiserymen, storo US Washington ave.
nuo; green house. 13j0 North Main avo
nue; store telephone, 78-'.
Hotels) niul Hohtiuirunts.
THE EI.K CAPE. 125 AND 127 PRANK
11 ii avenue. Rates reasonable.
1". ZIEGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D . L & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on tho Hu.
ropcan plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop
il AP E it'S- ORCll ESTR A-M US 1 1 FO H
balU. picnics, parties, receptions, wcifl.
dings and concert work furnlshid For
terms address R J Hauer. conductor,
117 Wjomlng avenue, over Ilulbert'a
MEGARGEE RROTHER55. PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper baiju, tnlno.
Warehouse. 1JJ Washington avenue.
PRANK P RROWN & CO, WHOLE
sale dealers In VVoodvvare, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna avo.
Rooms 19 and, 20.
countant ami nuuiior
Williams' Hut ding, opposdto postoffjeo.
Agent for tho Res Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO,,
Noith Wabhington avenue Llaotypo
Composition of all kinds quickly dono.
Facilities unsurpassed In tula reston.