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THE SORANTOy TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOIfNING, DECEMBER 1, 18!)T.
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Is ii hl.ing phrase indicat- g
ing superior excellence. 3
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I 410 SPRUCE STREET, i
The board r IilsiHIi will meet tonight
Tlio liullis of Klin I'JiK chill' h will
Mit ii turkin illniiri on Tlmrdn from
u 't urlll 7 o'clock Tickets J i.tc.
TJio rcKiilui montlil niutiiiK or tlio
"Woman' irulM of St. J.uko'H iiatih will
bo held on Wiiliu-duj at 1 l. m. I" the
Miss MiilK.ittt IlotlOns, of I'llco sticct.
West ijcriiuton, widow of lVlnumd N
Jlnsklnv, receliiil an original pinMon
ypatprdav through the cftorts of Aldcr
in.in O. 1! Wrlb'ht
Tlio now team or the Ciystil IIiiKlno
onip.iny uiiel a new horse of Century
Hose company will bo ovunlnid nnd tct
e.l tod.iy by the Joint lite department
committee of councils this afternoon.
.Mr utid 31i l'l id Hatch wlli to a
jnoss thilr thinks to the many kind
fi'inds lor the thouBhtful tokens of y m
liathy nut them In tWIi beriuwment nt
tin death of their sister, MKs Alice. Jin
Mngs Attorney Matthew 1 ("aw ley lias re
oiled Hie bl) ointment of ellttllct dip
i L,r.md presldput of tho Yoihik ilens
Institute for l.nckawnnna ooiinty, one
or fie prlnclpil appolnthe otllces within
thu Kin of the oiK.iuls.itlon.
The Delaware, lyickawanni and West
ern romp my will pay Its employe at the
Aiehbald, Ujde I'ark and Continental
mines today The Dilawaie and Hudson
company will pi the Htatlon .iKent.s
ileiks, tte., .it Scianton, 1'iovldince and
The Ivaolti" White Lilly lolpo. Xo '.
KnUhts. of the Golden Kisle, held thiir
m i oiul annliersjiy ccltlnullon In the
in itlni? place on I.ai kawanna aieniie
last nlKht The intirtalnnunt was nulte
luistliy. Mls Maud JMello recltid ph is
burly. After the i nti rtalnnient npion
wne auctlorcd nr.d lefreUnncnts were
"Marriage licences wore etoiel'i ur.int
id to William I Hunt and Jennie H il-Ham-,
of Carbcr.dale; Michail J. GHkiI
lon, of Sirnnton, anil Annie I. JSnnnnn,
or WUkis-B.me; John O. Thomas, of
l'lttston, nnd Martha Thonns. ot Taylor,
"Wnis-an V. Jones an 1 Alice .Sweet, of
Siranton; Wilhtlm llruckpr, of Wooe
lli lil. Ohio, and Maria C Aclilenz, of
SEIDMAN'S ASSAILANTS ARRAIGNED
Settled tlio Cne l I'nyin;: Costs
nnd tln DaniiiL'es,
fter two hours' wrangllnc and dis-cu-slon
of law points In Alderman
Howe's office yesteiday nioinlner. the
case against the fhe men X lio assault
ed Special Ofllcer Ianc Seldman In a
Price street lioaidlnc hou&e, Monday
nlKht. was amicably settled. The pris
oners paid Seldmnn for the levohei
nippers and ilub which they took from
lilm, and dUehaiKed the costs in the
Then they ueu dl.chniKed While
tho IHo men wete In tho olllce, Seldman
mice reded In seiylnff tho ordinal wai
innt on Ycikls Melchls, vharccd with
false pretenpe by H. Atlas.
Melehis entered ball to appear at
mitt The names of the other men
were pi luted In yesstei day's Tribune.
CONGRESS NEXT WEEK.
One of the Most Important Sessions
in the. Histori ol tlio Country.
In ylew of the many eiuestlons of
Mtal Impoitanco which are ceitaln to
i oine befoio tin foithiomltiK session of
conKiess, thost iktmhis who deslie to
be well lnfoimed conceinlnir mitional
affairs will be Interested In the news
that 'The Philadelphia Puss" has
made arrangements to publish moie
i miplete leportj fiom Washington
than have eci been furnished by any
dally paper heietotore "The Press"
maintains refjulaily nt "Washington a
Hpeclal buieau In charge of one of the
best known writers on national affairs.
The working force of this bureau has
been Increased so ns to lenye no doubt
of its ability to adequately and piompt
lv repoit overy Item of Washington
news As congress will meet net
week It will be well to begin reading
"The Press" Washington reports at
FIFTY CENTS FOR A WATCH.
Tho II ii ii Mho Pawned It ns
Locked in a Cell.
James flardner, arrested on suspicion
by Patrolman Day Monday night, was
discharged by Mayor Halley In police
Gardner pawned a watch for t.0 cents
and Patrolman Day didn't like the
looks of the tmnsactlon.
At a great bargain In 121 Washington
ave. Just the time to buy a nice rug
for a gift nt half price. Come and see
our $12 bat gains.
.MA Kill I'D.
ll.V.N'nLL-UIDWl'LL -On Monday.
Nov. . by Hov. William IMgur, Mr.
J'dwln 1'lnnell and Miss Clara Hid well,
both of Dunmore.
JlOMCrtSHCIM - DIUJULnU. .- At tho
home of John It. Lance. Ciark's Summit,
Pa.. Nov 21. HH7. by Key j'rank W.
VoupK, Sol Hcmershclm and Miss Anna
GHIPriN'-KDNPALL -At tho homo of
tho brldo') father, C. V. Kendall, Chin,
ohllla. Pa., Nov. 21. I8S7, by llov. Prank
W. Young. Chartwell (Jrlllln and Miss
Heshle 8, Kendall.
Pa., Nov. 30, im, at tho homo of Itav.
O, C. Lyman, H3J (apouso avenue,
Churliw v. .j'a.rrliih nnd Mies Ida 1'.
Ohrl"lrtiras7 both bt Dallas, Pa , by Ruv.
Q. C. Lyman. 3
CULLED IN THE
Annual Meeting nt (lie Eastern League
Begins in New York Toilay.
FATE OF SCRANTON FRANCHISE
It Ulll He Decided nt Thin .llcct-lni;--St.
Thomas Collcuc I'oot
Hull Team Cliallrnges n l(ioolilu
High hchool Llcicn.-.llm Judge
Tipped tlin hcnles Yesterdnj at I III
Pounds--Princeton's I'oot Hull
I'Iiiiis--.Ioc Ilico flliil.es a Itet,
The iigular annual meeting of the
Kastern League of Piofesslonal Ha.se
Hall clubs will be held at the Fifth
nenue lintel New Yoik, todnv nt noon
At thi same 1)1 lie at 10 o'clock the
board of directum will meet, when nil
piotests, complaints and othei mattei.s
that ma come befoie the lioattl will
Messii llinoks and Simpson, of the
Scranton ns-oclatIon, are at the nitet
ing The wcie Inlned In New Yoik
last night In Manager (iilllln, who
went theto fiom his home in Payette
Mlle. N. Y.
The fate of the Ki I miton franchise
will be decldid at the meeting It Is
not ttue that e-lTniplie Donnelly, nit
Ing as a leprese illative of a syndicate
of prospective New Hiuon liuyeis, wns
In this city recently nnd given an op
tion The franchise ean be sold at
home or it can be sold elsewheie. much
will depend, howovei, on the wishes of
WIIkes-Haire In the matter
No chance can be made In the eli
cult without unanimous consent and It
Is doubtful it Wilkes-Dane will ap
piove of a put tender of Siranton unliss
WIlkos-Hane lieiself vrants to thiow
up the sponge.
ARE AFTER BIO GAME.
A challenge lins been Issued bv. the
St. Thomas college toot ball eleven,
to the Hrooklvn High sihool cloven.
The latter recently defeated the tenm
of the Hoston English (High) school by
a scoie of 10 to C and claims the east
The St Thomas eleven claims the
Noitheastern Pennsylvania champion
ship by viitue of challenges unaccept
ed by the Scranton High school and the
School of the Lackawanna Through
the team's coach, II. J. lJeamlsh, tho
Ilrooklyn eleven has been challenged
to play In Hiooklyn or Scianton, Sat
utday, Dec 11.
JIM'S JUDGE"; CONDITION.
James Jmlrro. ihr Slel.nnttoi linver
who Is to meet Tommy Ityun, of Phil-
aelelnbia. In n tueol v-i finnrl lmvlti'r I
contest Dee. ! in Music hall, visited
Puiccir's Tuiklsh luth with a p.ntv of I
mentis yesteieiny aiienioon in 01 tier
to satisfy his .idmlicis as to his vv eight.
Judge tipped the scales at U'l pounds
It had been leiimted that he weighed
15S pounds, which, It tine, would hive
made It Impossible to lttluco his weight
sUtcen iiounds and weigh-in at 112 on
tie I'fteinnon of the contest As he
stood snipped In tho bath pallors the
effect of seveial weeks of eaeful train
ing was appal out. The few pounds of
superlluous fat on his llmbb. and body
was not perceptible to the untrained
eye and the muscles moel beneath the
skin In a fashion that slgnllles evil to
Ryan net wende
Hi. in has been tialnln-r for some
time with Tommy Wcsi at C.'on-'y
Island and the 1 courts ictclved hrro
Indicate that lie dots not undei esti
mate the ability of tin Ser.intonlun but
will be trained up tc the minute
One of the pielli.iinailes will be be
tween Paddy wlbbons, of Plttston, anl
Mike McLaughlin, of the Vv est .Side
Th"y will meet tor S nmnds and I JO
pounds. It wns Gibbons who boxed a
SO-iiund diaw with Clnmbeis. of For
est City, at C.trbondalo, lecently.
PLANS FOR THE FUTURE.
With this yeai's defeat still lank
llng In the he irts of ever.- coach and
player of the Pilnieton team, pupam
tlons aie being male for next yc.ai's
gildlton battle. 'The good news has
been spie-ad bre, idenst tint 'King"
Ktlly, the lleilem hie', who has become
the greatest line-hue Mug halt-back on
the gildlron, has decided to leturn to
Pilncoton next fall utid he will un
doubtedly play foot ball. He is still
eligible to play, as he has only played
Kelly's letutn to college may change
the aspect of the election of next
yeai's foot ball captain. It was
thought that Johnny Halid would suie
ly be elected captain, but Kelly's 10
t'lrn may affect Uainl's c nance or elec
tion "King" Kelly has probably done?
more foi Pilncoton with tho possible
exetptlon of Captain Cochi in than any
athlete who ever wore a big ' V" on his
It Is believed that Kelly would ac
cept the lcadeishlp It luoffered him
and llalid would not be iulver.se to
waiting another 3 e 11 for the honor
of leading .1 Pilncoton eleven. Hesldes
Ke'ly's ieturn.lt Is learned that "How
sle" Helm, this yeai's star lmlf-lmil:,
would return to take a couise at the
Princeton Theological semlnni As
he has onlv played two years ho Is
easily eligible. Captain Cochian and
P.annniti will piobably be the only ab
sentees at next year's Halnlns Ublo.
and It Is highly piobablu that they may
spend sorati time hoio eoaeh'lng the
team. Fiom now on the Princeton ido
san will bo, "Wo must bent Ynlo." and
overy effoit will bo made to put a
championship eleven on the gildhun
TOOT BALL NOTES.
The Comets football team would llko
to play the Plttston football team Dee.
fi on their grounds. Please answer In
St Thomas' college football team v ill
battlo with the Indians, of C.arbondnle,
Saturday, Dec. 4, at tho Scianton base
ball paik. The Indians will have ono
of the stiongest teams they can pin
duce. Tho game will be called at ,1
o'clock sharp. Admission. 15 cents.
WHO'LL WIN THE WAOER.
Mayor Nichols, of Wllkes-Rarre. nnd
"Jne" Rice, the bicycle i.acer, sat fit tho
same tablo at Itedington's icstauiniu
In Wllkes-Bairo Monday and tlit.lt talk
naturally drifted to a discussion of tho
coming big lam In New Yoik eity. The
mayor asked "Joe" whether or not lt
Ib confident, tho latter replied that ho
In and after a few questions ns to
pilzes and sldu wagers th" mayor
bloke out thus.
' Well, 'Joe.' what will you bet that
you'll win first prize.'"
"What will you bet, I won't?" quickly
' Well, I have a proposition, 'Joe.'
If you win 111 pay yon 13, If you
A GOOD PRACTICE.
If You Want ii :ood Vppotlto nod
Aflei ach meal dissolve ono or two
of Stiinit'N Dynpepsla Tablets In Uie
mouth and, mingling with the food,
they constitute1 n pel feet digestive, ab
solutely Mife Uir the most setisltlve
They digest til" food befoio It lias
time to feiment, thus preventing tho
formation of gas and keeping the blood
I tin- and free irom the poisonous pro
duels of feimentfcl lmlf-dlgtstecl food.
Httiail's Dynpepsla Tablets make Hie
complexion t lea t by keeping the blood
They Incieiise ilesli by digesting
Stuait's Dyspepsia Tablets Is the only
liniidy deslgntd especlnllv fot thecuie
ot stoiniich tiotible and notlilng else.
One disease, one remedy, the sul
ci nsfiil physician of today Is the spe
cialist, the suiees.ful medicine Is the
medic hie piepnred especially foi one
A whole package taken at one time
would not hint you, but would simply
bt a waste of good mnteihil.
Owr i-l thousand men and women
in the state of Michigan ulone hnve
been eiiiecl of Indigestion and dyspep
sia bv the use of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Sold bv all eliugglsts at M) cents for
full sl7ed package
Snid for free book on stomal h dis
ease s to Stuatt Co. Marshall, Mich.
don' i you must saw twlve ties In my
woody aril. Whnt say you, Is It a bet "
It is." answeted Joe, "and If 1 fall
to come In III st In thu race, the first
place I will go in returning to Wllkes
Haue Alii be to y oin woody an! when
tin shall liavf it good, shaip saw wait
ing foi me. It I captut- tit st. I'll e
pi ct J oil to call aiquii'1 with .1 $0 note."
"Agieel," neciulseul the mayor and
the I'lu.bbv hands of the cltv's execu
tive and the e-ountiv's long tllstanc
bicycle rac ins champion, met in a
SYSTEM OF HEATING. .
It is Hcing Tested by the Scianton
The complaint of p.assengeis con
leinlng the unheated vestlbuled trolley
cats of the Scianton Railway company
will be oveicome yeiy soon.
Within two weeks each of tho ten
new cais will be equipped with an elee
tile heating system. Dining the re
tent cold weatbel the loom and 10111
foit of the pais, which had been lulling
fot til blessings upon the company.weie
foi gotten In tin gt amblings of t old
blooded nations who mnilo a justifiable
howl foi warm uli Tho howl will be
fay 01. ably answered, but theie would
have been no occasion for it if the com
pany had had less lonalilng to do and
had the oppoitunity in Its repair de
paitment to keep pace with the falling
The elect! 1c heating of the cais Is a
very simple thing, but ejulte expensive
when eompaied with the old coal pro
cess. About a half-mile of who per car
Is necessaiy In the epilation. The wire
Is not Insulated It Is 11111 In spiral
foi in beneath each seat and heated by
the simple tinning of a switch The
electilc cm lint makes the who hot
anil the colli air which ell dilates nbout
It becomes heated in the ptocessaud in
tuin wain's the whole interior of the
Fabrics would be scorched by contact
with the wlilnir. but of course theie
are pieeauttons against that The com
ment mi'iely lllustiates the degiee of
heat the wins attain. This heat can
not be icgulated except by ventilation;
the wiles ,ue eithei hot or told, ac
cording to whether thev contain an
electric cmicnt or not.
The eleitilc heating process Is not
patented, 1101 does It i mult e the em
ploy ment of men othei than those regu
laily employed In the company's icpalr
shop to alllx It to tho cars. One of the
old-style cais on the Lauiel Hill line
was heated by electricity last v Intel.
Two of the new doublo-tiuck cais have
been so equipped General M.inagei
Sllllmin yisteidav stated that all tho
ton new tais would be heated by elec
tilelty in two weeks.
REV. F. A DO.NY'S ILLNESS.
He Has Hern ICenioyrd to the Xcw
I?e r. A Deny, general secietaiy
of the Nuithwostorn Pennsylvania
Sabbath union, who has been seilously
111 for the past two months, was taken
to the Hahnemann hospital In this city
i few davs ago, where ho is to iccelve
treatment foi gastritis
It will lie iimembeted that Rev. Mr.
Dony lost the sight of ono of his eyis
suddenly about three years ago The
111 st he realized that he was sightless
In one of his eyes was while ywilklng
down Lackawanna avenue, this city,
one day In the summer of 1S93 A stiff
wind as blowing up the uvonuo at
tho time, when Mi Dony to keep the
dust out of his eyes thiew his hand
up ovtr his right eye when he found
that tho otlui one was sightless.
Pi 0111 that day he has been unable
to see out of that eye. Ho bus been
tieated by some of the specialists of
this and other cities, but without re
ceiving benellt At times the pain he
has sufieiid has been almost unendur
able. Dining last September he was oblig
ed to glvo up lis woik on account of
a bioaklng down of his geneial health,
and has slnco been confined to his room
at his home, IfilS Mousey avenue. On
Friday of Inst week his physician, Di.
G J. Ruillnghoff, had consultation, and
It wan decided to lomove him to the
new homoeopathic hospital on Wash
Ills condition yesteiday was slightly
Impioved. and his many fi lends In tho
eighteen countlis covering the territory
ot th s association, aro anxious foi his
Water your house plants with
soap suds after the
clothes are washed.
Kills worms and insects
and keeps the plants
I Rl.b & CO , Philadelphia.
nt U unci nil
tiers poHltlvily cured ruove-r UriilmmTi Dyn.
pepsin Itenu'ily m u mieelflc. Ono etoso rt
niovi" nil elUtieiH, mill 11 permanent cure of
tliuiuovt chronic nndHtnerti time is mmrnii
Iced. Uoiiot miller! A nili-ent bottlo villi
eoiiv Into tlio 111011 NUepilciil.
MuttlieuH Urorf, UruifiUts, tpjcj LuiU.
CASES HEARD IN
Judge McClurc and Judge (lunslcr Arc
Disposing ol Tlicm.
THE NEW DENTAL REGISTRY ACT
Unconsciously Allowed Thrco De
fendants to l'srnpe fiom the
( luteins oflhi! I,av--Mlcliacl Pol
lock 011 Trial for Obtaining Money
by I'nlsu ltciiicsciilntlons--Jncob
honor Did Not Purchase! a Cow in
InKtriictcil-.Othci discs Heard iu
Judge McCluie', of Lewlsbuig plesld
ed In the supfilor court 1110111 yester
day, and with Judge tlunstor, who was
on the bench In No. 2, assisted In dis
posing of some ot the numiious cases
on tho large list, picpaied by Dlstibt
Attorney Jones tor this trim The
murder ttlal in the main coutt loom
elc ti acted from the attendance In the
rooms where Judges MeCluie and Gun
ner vveto ladling out Justice.
One of the niot Interesting eases
heaiil befoie Judge McClure was the
commonwealth against S 1' Statr. A,
McClilhin and C S. .Moore, who wile
chatged with piacticlng dentistry be
tween July and October of this year
without having leglstered C C Happ
was the piosecutor. The defendants
adniltte-el that they were not regist
ered, but said they had not broken or
otherwise Injuted the law for the sim
ple icason that theie wns no law to
On July , 1S97, Uoveinor Hastings
signed a dental r glstry act, passed by
the last leglslatme, which icpealed all
foi met lonllletlng acts. Although tho
new act was signed on July ft it did
not go Into effect until Oct. 1. Ue
tweon th(-t dates there vis no dental
leglstty law from the fact that the
signing of the new act on July !) re
pealed all pievlous nets, but did not
provide a substitute until Oct. I. On
this giouiul Judge Module discharged
the accused, but submitted to tho juiy
the question of costs. It had not
ngieed up to the hour of adjourning.
The accused wen- repiesented by At
torney C L Haw ley and the common
w alth by Attorneys John M. Hauls
and John V Seragg
POLLOCK ON TI1IAL
When couit adjoin neel Michael Pol
lock was on trial charged with obtain
ing $2141 fiom the paymnstei of the
Lackawanna Coal company by false
1 e!! osculations Tho trial villi bo 11
sunied this moinlng. When court ad
join nod lust evening all of the evidence
of the commonwealth had not-been pre
sented The prostiution Is conducted
by Major Wnncn and Attorney C P.
O'Mnlley and the defense by Attorney
John F Scragg
Hefoie Judge McClure John Maluskn
and JeWeph Shelasky, of HIakely. weie
charged with committing an uggiavat
ed assault and battel y on the person
of Walter Coots, of the same place,
nt Lllllbrldgc's barn, HIakely, on the
night of Oit 31 Tho testimony of tho
commonwealth was to the effect that
on the night In question the defendants
with John Duggan knocked Coe ts
down and then beat him with a stone
winpped In a handke ichp f. The piose
cutor was Constable Hylvanlus Smith,
vi ho made the an est
The defendants' stmy was that they
weio on theli way home on the night
In question when Coots shouted that
Ik could whip any Hungarian on top
of the eaith Duggan took exception
to this remark and stiiick Coot The
defendants tiled to senainte tho men,
but did not hit Coots. Tho Juty le
turntd the men guilty of assault and
batt'iy Duggan has nut been seen
since the night of tho assault Attor
ney M W Lowry appeared for the
commonwealth anil Taylor & Lewis
nnd John P. Kelly for the defendants
DID NOT Hl'Y THH COW
Jniob Koiver was niralgned before
Judge Ounstfr on a chaige of larceny
by bailee. The piosecutor was Ced
onel H. M Boies. He testified that ho
commissioned Koivei to buy n cow foi
him and gave him $"0 to pay for it
Tho cow was not puichased, nolthei
was the $."0 leturned Korver In his
own behalf admitted receiving the
money, but stuted that ho had some
dlinculty In sti iking a baigaln for the
animal The July said guilty Attor
ney Hulslander appeared for the de
fense nnd Attoiney .Seidell Kingsbury
assisted Assistant District Attorney
Thomas in piescntlng the common
wealth's side of tho case.
In the case of James White charged
with assault and battery on Putrkk
Ilannon, a veidlct of not guilty was
taken by p rinlssion of the dlstilct at
torney, and the costs placed on White
In tho case of tho commonwealth
against Aneliow McNulty, who was
charged with deceiving Miss Annie
Flench, a veidlct of not guilty was
taken and the costs plac d on the coun
ty. The defendant and piosccutrix
We are showing a large assort
ment of very
For Ladies and Children.
Our prices have been reduced; we
believe we are giving better values iu
Ladies' Coats, ranging in price from
$12 to $20 than 3'ou will find elsewhere
Special Prices on
Ladies' Silk Waists.
You can buy a handsome waist
at much less than the regular price.
Come and See.
ciimo to an understanding and she
did not desire to prosecute
Vei diets of iiot guilty weie taken In
tho following enses, the prosecutors
not appearing. James llcnnle. nssault
and battery, Chief of Police Hobllng,
prosecutor: Andi(vv Wllyn, adultery
County Detective Thomas Loyflhon,
prosecutor. Andrew Wily a, nsoault
and battery, Frank Yak"vlth. prosecu
tor. In each case the county was dl
teclcd to pay the costs.
ciikwhd ntTHKira finqhu
Louis lllack, colored, was ntialgtiod
for chewing the ilngoi of Theodore
Htitke. niso colored litiike submitted
the finger to Juelgo Uunster for exam
ination and Illnck admitted the chew
ing but by way of explanation said
that P.uike stuck It In his mouth He
was sentenced to pay a fine of $1, costH
ami spend two months In the county
Peter Mnrcovitz was convicted of as
sault and battery, but the Juty rcc
oinme tided him to tho cxtteme mercy
of the court lie Is charged with hav
ing brutally beaten Clint lea Valltskv
nt Simpson, in tlio northern purt of
the county, nt 11 o'clock on the night
of Oct .'! The men had a quairel In
a saloon, nnd It Is alleged that on the
win home Volltskv laid iu wait for
Maicovltz and assaulted him Attor
iiiys Finnic Okoll nnd Vokolok np
peuied for the defense and Ml Thom
as for the commonwealth
1'atllck Murray. Jr. was acquitted of
tho chni go of nssault and battery, pro-
feireel by Fred Davis und the costs 1
were equally divided between the pros
ecutor and defendant. Doth ate mere
boys nnd engaged In a fight neat the
Mm vino shaft on Oct 20. Attorney
Vosbnrg reprosented the defendant and
Mr. Thomas the commonwealth.
Just befoie court adjourned n Juiy
went out to dellbeinte on tho merits of
the cases of the commonwealth against
Mrs. Maiy Satgent, of Throop, who
was ihaigod with assault and battery
by her neighbor. Jits Elizabeth Miller.
Facti accused the other with being the
Old time a quarter a box "Puigeis"
nie quitting the Held In whole battalion1-
Di. Agnew's Llvor Pills at in
1 ents a vial are dilvlng them out at
all pint Hecuise they ait gently,
more effectively, never pain, and io
c&sv to take Sick Headache succumbs
to one dose. Sold by Matthews Utos
HHECHAM'S PILLS for Stomach and
-HHt tt H c-
r$ Splendid piano here
' at the store upright
j$ used some and trifle
J scratched, but perfect
in tone. Sold when
new for $400 here
now for a quick buyer,
Welcome gift for
Christmas. There can
be no better invest
ment for the home
than a piano. We
would like to show
you this piano to
show you others to
explain to you how
easy it is to buy one.
Pianos here are like
everything else at
Rexford's less than
1 Ii REXPORD CO. I
: 303 Lack Ave,
We not only have the finest Dress
Goods Department in the city, but we
have it filled with the most desirable
Plain and Fancy Siiks,
German Black Dress Goods,
Colored Dress Goods,
In a thousand different styles, all at
attractive prices, quality and style
It Snnrklcs nnd glistens.
So clc.tr is the glass, so
rich the cutting, that each
ray of light is transformed
into a bla7c of dazzling
A new shipment just
AVE ARE SOLE AGENTS.
MILLAR & PECK,
Verntlty lather than variety prompts
us to tell of our success In the world
of trade. In our pai ttcular province
there are none who can approach us
either In point of quality or price. The
choice goods which vw ale constantly
bringing to your notice are unequalled
In this city. We have ptcpared to
receive tho rush of holiday buyers
fultable foi all sizes and conditions of
men and women Our whole stock is
highly interesting just now because,
while composed entliely of now and te
llable goods, they ate priced etiemely
low, tho greater part of them having
been lecently bought below the maiket
lates. Manv lllustiatlons of this ten
dency to sell for less than prevailing
values Mill bo found by y biting oui
326 Lackavinna Avanua.
"Famous Old Stand."
415 and 417
Lackawanna Avenue Scranton, Pa,
Small Grips and
Second Floor Dept.
At Ridiculously Low Prices
This Week Canvass Cor
leather corners, with stiong handles
and thiee stiups,
18-Inch sl7o SAM: lniCK, 45o
M-lnch slzo HALU I'HK'i:. Mo
B-lnch slro S.U.B I'HK'i:, 7tc
Jl-lnoh size S.VLU I'iUCi:, Wa
Worth 1-3 inoio.
Lock and key. wth double catches
and steel frame, good, strong, full
handle Seal llrown Color; Imitation
10-lnch sizes, worth f 0c .
SALi: 1'IUOi:, T0
12-Inch sizes, worth 75c..
sale rrucc, 1J0
Steel frame, lock and key; 2 catch,
l-'-lue h lze, vvortli .'.e.,
SAM: IMtlCU, 190
lt-liuh l, woith IsSc,
SALU Pllicn, Jd
All Leather Grip.
Pebblpgrnln leather, dark yellow coloi,
stool frame extra stiong, made with
lock and key, etc .
U-lnch size, worth 9Sc,
saw: PRicn, tic
U-lneJi size, worth $1.21,
sam: rmcu w
lil-lnch trlze, worth $121.
tsAia: I'Ricn. 'so
Come and look at our line of toys and
Holiday Goods, alt open now ready for
Inspection, at extremely low prices,
See them vvhllo the assortment is com
plete. THE GREAT
310 Lackawanna Ave.
J. H. L.1DWIG.
BROWN'S BEE HI
BUI'S BEE HIVE
224 LACK. AVENUE.
Our customers appreciate the su
perior quality of goods found in this
departmeutj as we are having a much
larger trade thau ever before. Special
attention is invited to our Men's Nat
ral Wool Underwear at $1.00.
Children's Natural Wool that will
Ladies' White Cotton,fleeced, at 25c
Ladies' Fine Cotton, fleeced, at 35c
Ladies' Natural Wool at 75c.
Ladies' Oneita Union Suits at $1,
$1.50 and $2.
A great variey of other qualities to