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TUB SCDANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MOBNINO, DECEMBER 8. 189. 5
Norrman & Moore FIRE INSURANCE, 120 Wyoming Ave. WHY SEND YOUR LACE CURTAINS city to b"e LAUNDERED? Special facilities with artUtlc manipulators of tht art .warrants your patronage at bone. The Lackawanna 308 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN. Watch This Space For Our Opening Ad. Of Our New Store. I Carpets, Draperies ani Wall Papjr. II7WY0MINQ AVE. m suns. Captain Maslantl, of the American Vol unteers, will speak ut the Rescue llissluii tonight. An execution was yesterday If him-J agalnpt Hell & Chapman for $1,079.72 by J. T. Nyhan. Alderman IIowo yesterday discharged the case against Jcnnio ttot'blns. of Franklin avenue, for keeping a bawdy house. Tho Hoard of Associated Charities of Scrunton will meet this evening ut 8 o'clock in tho poor board room, municipal bulIUini?. Cyclone Kate, 'Maiwin Montgomery n.1 Tom Montgomery were discharged from the county jail yesterday alter serving a sentence of thirty days. Mayor Hailcy yesterday signed the or dinance provl'llng for tli lay injr of llaii stono sidewalks anil gutter pavements on many streets in the llcllevuo district. The sale of feus for I'liaunccy ol.-ott in ".Muvourneen" will open at the Kmtli liigham box ollice at 9 o'clock this morn ing. The play is booked for Thursday night. M. T. C:ililiB7AV. D. Morris and V.'. 11. Orlfflths erffiniiied sixteen aidlc:mts for miners' vertilkates in the nrliitratiim room of tlo court house yesterday. All but one passed successfully. Tho lielaware and Hudson company pal l yesterday at the Delaware. Italtlinore anil Mill Creek slopes. The Mela ware, l-n'-ka-wannu mid Western company will pay to day at the l'yne, Taylor, Bellcvue, Modge and Oxford mines. ,Iumc (iallagher, V, yars old. of tho North Kncl, went to visit a neighbor lust evening and after making the call he walked over tho edge of tho porch and fell ainl broke one of his legs above the knee. He was brought to the Lackawan na hospital. Marriage, licenses were yesterday grant ed to George W. Heed, of iMyphant, and Klla M. Seelcy, of Klmhiirsl ; John Itrady and Gertrude Uertel, of Scranton: lOugene 11. Heed, of Gleiibuni. and Ada Kairchlld, of Hcranton: Kiank Colllster and Martha Lewis, of Ari'hliuld; Andrew Larson und Clara H. Carlson, of Scranton. In the estate of l'ardon Covey, who was killed by being thrown from his wagon In a runaway near his home In Wnverly, letters of administration were yesterday granted by Register V. H. Hopkins to W. I. Spencer. Tile will of Mrs. Ida 1 Covey, wife of the unfortunate man, who preceded him to the grave by but u few months, was admitted to probate yester day. Judge Gunsler yesterday handed down an order allowing the People' Street Hallway company of Luzerne county to change its corporate name to the Hcranton Hallway company, us prayed for Nov. by Horace 10. Hand, attorney for the num. any. The old name, the company nl eged, was a misnomer because Its Inter ests are almost all in Lackawanna coun ty, and cumbersome because of Us length. Dr. McDowell, dentist, 240 Adams avenue. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. The association urges that tho citizens of Hcranton note the Folded ami the time, and attend this lecture. Thero Is no admission fee. The junior association will meet this afternoon ut 4 o'clock. Tho junior are doing good work, and It was manifested as the girls carried, Saturday, a quilt (the result of their own efforts! to one of the charitable Institutions of the city. Mis Leah Heath will give an address nt the Young Women's Christian assoi lo tion tonight at 7.SW o'clock. The subject Is "What Hooks to Head?" The educa tional committee has been fortunate In securing Miss Heath, as she Is consid ered a very popular lecturer. Will Sing at Pnrilan t liurcli. The attraction of the evening was Madame Gwenlll Iiavlos, whose clear articulation and expressive and power ful rendering of tho songs allotted to her, pave universal satisfaction. Tho rendering of the operatic scena from "II Trovatore" was exquisite and well 'merited the hearty encore which srreet ed Its performance. Llangollen Adver tiser. Madame Da vies will sing some of her favorite selections nt the concert to he given at the Puritan Congregational church. West Market ntreet. next Thursday evening, Dec. 10, uncW the auspices of the famous church choir. Watch Torthe While Wngonn. Our work Is always thoroughly wash ed, nicely starched, beautifully Ironed. Crystal Laundry. Experienced help employed.' Open Evenings. ' . Jones Brothers Tea store, Sll Lacka wanna avenue, will be open evenings until January 1. For Wakefulness I'sc Ilorsford's Acid l'liosphnle. . Dr. J. C. ITow, Haverhill. Mass., says: "I have seen great benefit from the Steady use cf this preparation, in cases of chronic wakefulness." Wyoming Seminary. College preparatory work. Thorough drill In English. Music, Art and Elocu tion specialties. Business College or ganised on actual business principles. First-class boarding department. Win ter terms opens Dec. sth. For cata logue address Rev. L. L. Sprague, D. V., President, Kingston, Penn. 1)1 Kl. FIXK tn Dunmore. Dec. 7. Charles Fink. ' son of Mrs. William Kink, aged 6 years and months. Funeral notice later. SPECIAL VISIT OF BISHOP RULIS0N Confirms a Class o! Thirty three Persons in St. Luke's. HIS EARNEST WORDS OF DIRECTION The Ilishop Points Out to the Class the Better Way to Become Good Servants of Ciod and the Church, lie Says Something of Holy Com munion and tirowlh of Christianity. lit. Key. Nelson 8. Rulison. bishop of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of central Pennsylvania, paid a Bpecial visitation to St. Luke's parish yesteiv day. Last night he conllrnied a class of thirty-three persons. The ceremony was witnessed by an unusually large congregation. In his address to the class Htshop Hulison took occasion to compliment the rector. Rev. lingers Israel, on the Godly thrift of the parish. Lishop Hulison reached Scranton yes terday morning from Townnda where he marie on official visitation on the Suldialh. He was entertained by Rev. and Mrs. Israel at the rectory, where ufter service in the evening he mot socially the vestrymen of the parish. Iilshop Hulison wus coadjutor bishop with the venerable Iilshop Howe for RT. REV. NELSON SOMKRVlLLK RVLISOX. P. D., LL. D. Bishop of the Protestant Kplicopal Dlcceac of Central Pennsylvania. eleven years until August, 1SD5, a few weeks after the latter' ilt atli, when he; wus raised to the complete bishopric'. In the class of thirty-three,, there were 17 from St. Mark's mission, lnm more, nnd IS from the mother parish; there were 17 males nnd 16 females. They will meet Air. Isruel Saturday evening und receive a locture on their lirst Communion. BISHOP RULISON'S ADDRESS. In his address Bishop Rulison Impres sed the cluss with the fact that there was nothing of which to lie nshamed in being conllrmed before the church, God and tlie unels. It is a mistaken Idea that the church is a place for only women and children; the church Is llrst for men. It Is for men first, be cause the church Is. llrst of all, strong, strong In Its doctrines and teachings unci In Us luad God. God's church U for the weak In only that through Its strength Hie weak may gain robust, Christian vigor. God has endowed his people with In dividual facilities for exerting their foice. The church was designed to de vtlopo and mould that power. The class, he said, might not be conscious of human power but God knew of it and it was demanded that they should come to a knowledge of Him in the knowledge of self. , , line way the church chose to remind them of the possibility of a knowledge of God was through Holy Communion. Thut sacred rite was, without any hair splitting, he said, designed not for the sinless nor for the wicked; It was for those who honestly repented their sins and wanted to live nobler lives. Holy Communion was a wayfor strengthen ing the soul. No conditions were ex uded before those mentioned, repent ance and un honest craving to become holier. The communion's benefits should be sought and partaken without hesitation. Tlie class was advised to become a pnrt of Unci's social kingdom. The members were bounilen to bring souls to Him. Any person who found church service or God's work, dry and unin teresting must be doing a "dead work, that is, their so-called Chrlstiun life had no heart In It and would meet w ith the same poor result as would llstlessness In the business world. They should derive conscious joy out of their work. MI ST SI'PPORT THE RECORD. It was Incumbent on the clus to hold up the hands of the rector. His work was hard and responsible but was eas ier with every consciousness of a par ishioner's moral support. He was the commander-in-chief of the parish and should be made to feel that his people were near his heart. There should be no hesitation because of a belief of a lack of ability. God recognizes no such thing. He has given everyone the power and the opportunity and Ho nnd the church demands that we should make the most of them. With power nnd opportunity there re mains only the necessity of sincerity and humility and the saying of "Lord, here am I." It was Advent season, the bishop said, and a good time to begin the work with enthusiasm, whole-heart-edness and enthusiasm didn't mean sen timentality. There was no cause for men to worry over the slow production of Christian work. Ood will take care of His church; the aiding work is ours. There are pot ono-fifth as much blat unt. blasphemous Infidelity now as there was 70 years ago, the proportionate population considered. The Christian world nnd God needs men with tne courage of their convic tions, men true to Him. The members of the class should not be ashamed to pray. In their homes and In church; the time would come when If they have not lieen ashamed cf Ood here. He will not be ashamed of them in heaven. The Godly life would surely attend a complete surrender of body and soul. DONATIONS TO THE HOME. Largo Somber of Contribution Ac knowledgcd by the Manager. The Home for the Friendless ac knowledge with heartfelt thanks the fnm tho following donors: Mrs J. L. Crawford. $."i0, life mem bership: Providence) Welsh Congrega lonal church. $4.50: union service Providence Presbyterian church. $10.17: Mrs. 9. Morris, SI; Huntington's bak ery. Zeldler's, i Rohrwa3ser's. bread, cakes and randy; Mrs. J. L.' Stelle, pastry; William Pass, ham; Mrs. W. II. Perkins, eggs; John Center, brooms; T. G. Thomas, Hour: Mrs. W. R. Mac key, one-half barrel canned goods: W. C. Davis, one-half box- soap; Miss Juckson (Virginia), bed room slipper for old ladles; a friend, pastry: Everitt Bros., four pairs chickens; West Side Republican club. 85 sandwiches Mrs. E. N. Willard. milk; P. J. Rosser. bar rel turnips; Mrs. E. U Fuller, two bar rels apples Mrs. F. H. Jermyn, one barrel apples; Mrs. Simon Rice, veg etables; W. W. Scranton. five barrels apples; Ambrose Mulley. hardware: Mrs. A. E. Hunt, preserves and milk; Clarke liros., one piece sheeting: Ma jor Fish, two barrels apples; William P. Joyce, ham; Fenner & Chappel, one piece gingham; a friend, apples; Y. W. C. A., milk, ham, beans; Mrs. W. D. t'oston. Mrs. H. W. lSellman. Mrs. J. J. Kline. Mrs. O. H. Partridge. Mrs. S. Morris, Mrs. V. J. Welsh. Mis. H. M. Streeter. Mrs. Jennie Reynolds, Mrs. J. 1'. Dickson, clothing; Richards & Co., case peus. onions; Christian Endeavor society First Presbyterlnn church, cuke; Mrs. K. W. Luce, fruit and cake; Mr. William Shafer, books; H. C. Pierce, vegetables; Miss Janet Storrs, vegetables; Ladies' Aid society, Dal ton. Clleuburn, Waverly, forty pillow cases, thlrty-tlve sheets, two comforts; Gunster i Forsyth, hardware Mrs. J. L. Connell, box stockings, boys' cloth ing and hardware; Elm Park church, provisions; Mrs. R. A. Warner, readins matter. Desserts were furnished by Mrs. C. C. Scott. Mrs. II. V. Kingsbury, Mrs. A. M. Decker, Mrs. J. A. Price. Delawure, Lackawanna and West ern company, twelve tons coal Lack awanna Iron and Coal company, four tons coul; Dr. Allen, Dr. Brewster, Dr. Hull in attendance. DEATH OF WILLIAM H. BARLOW. o Direct I'.vidcnce Concerning the May lie Wns Killed. Coroner Loiiirstreet conducted an In quest last night at the arbitration room of the court house In the case of William H. Harlow, of Tenth street, who was killed on the afternoon of 'November I!0 In the Delaware, Lacka wanu and Western yard. There was no positive evidence as to Just how Barlow met his death. Geo. P. Ellenwood, a car Inspector in the yard, wus the llrst one that saw the body. It was under a passenger coach, the head within a foot of the forward truck and the body extending back In the center of the track parallel with the rails. Mr. Ellenwood saw Barlow not more than live minutes before he was killed and he was carrying two pallH of water to the pay car. Patrick Ilulmn and John Unban, switchmen, said that Barlow was not at work under the car. Ills duties as car cleaner would bring him at times under the cars. Tim Costello, engineer of tho en gine thut pushed the last car on No. 2 switch; Jacob Gable, William Lough ran, Thomas Ruddy, Albert J. Thomas, C. J. Woodrlng. all yard employes, and Joseph Ellenwood. foreman of the car Inspectors, all testified, but could not throw any light on the case, except to corroborate the Inference that Bar low no doubt, was crossing between two cars when Costello's engine pushed a car in and bumped them up, either crushing him between the bumpers or under the truck. The deceased was In the employ of the Delaware, Lacka wanna and Western since October 1, 1SIMI. The verdict of the Jury was as fol lows: "We rind that William H. Bar low came to his death from injuries sustained on November 30 In the Del aware, Lackawanna and Western yard by being run down by a passenger coach which was being run in on No. 2 switch." SOME MORE MISINFORMATION. This Time It Will Prove Very Kxpcn sivc for Some One. Another serious complication has grown out of the Jermyn water works trouble. Week before last, just previous to court's decree finally and absolutely declaring the Issuing of the water works bonds Illegal. J. W. Grant, secre tary of the borough council, with oth ers, petitioned court to mouify Its pre liminary or conditional decree, so that a part of the funds realized from the bonds might be utilized in paying the bill of $2,101 of Howard Blanchard, who bored the artesian well which was to supply the reservoir. A morning contemporary, of which Secretary Grant Is the Jermyn corre spondent, erroneously stated that court had acceded to the requested modifi cation pnel on the strength of this Treasurer Tennis paid over the money to the contractors. Court will now be called upon to de cide who will be held responsible for the Illegally expended money. pooooooooooooooor IIOL1UAV ADVERTISERS Can serve their best Interests by se lecting an extra space In our regular editions, we do not pretend to say that you will sell all your jroo-li eve ,ty going Into our regular edition, bu: the chances are that you will get your share of the trade. The Tribune will not publish a large 32 or 4')-page edltloi. 'to citch the public falsely, but. rather keep to its policy of furnishing only Xa regular, well-made page. It will Ypay you to select extra space for the Onext ten clays In The Tribune. 0XKKX00XX The finest selection of gong birds, par rots, gold fishes can be seen at the New York Bird store, 314 Spruce street. Come and hear them nlng. Miss Carolyne V. Dorsoy, teacher of elocution, oratory and delsarte, 43-1 Ad ams avenue. To Cure a Cold in One Dny. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fail to cure. 25 cent MAHONEY HAD HIS 0WNJUSPICI0NS He Caught the Suspect Stealinj His Neighbors' Chickens. HOW HE DID THE VID0CQ ACT A Colored Man Coining from the Direction of a Hennery nt Midnight Bearinga ling from Which Eman ated Sounds Made Only by Cbickeui Convinced Him That a fowl Crime Was Being CoiuniitledThe Day's Doings in Criminal Court. For a long time prior to September 2 last, the good people of Waverly bor ough suffered an incessant despoliation of their coops. One of the sufferers was Andrew Mahoney, the well known Democratic politician. He hud a gob ler that was gobbled and determined to find out who the gobbllst was. There was a reverential looklns old colored man, George F. Miller, living in the borough who Mahoney hud cause to believe was not altogether averse to spring chicken and turkey. There were no f cut hers on Miller's clothes, but somehow or another Mahoney thought he would bear watching. He accordingly watched him. On the night of September 2 Ma honey hung about Miller's house and saw him come nut and head towards Carpenter's farm. He followed at a respectful distance and saw Miller head towards Carpenter's hennery. There was a disturbance evidenced by the squawking of fowl and soon after Miller emerged from the farm carrying a sack. Muhoney cared nut to see what was in J ho sack, but he could heur the unmistakable clucking and squawking of chickens. A colored man going along a dark and lonesome country road at 12 o'clock at night, bearing on his back a bug from which emanated sounds that ure peculiar to chickens convinced Mahoney that chickens and nothing but chickens were In thut bag. He shadowed Miller until 4 o'cloc k in the morning when he raw him hitch up his gray ninre und drive towards Scranton. This was Mahoney's cue to act and tie did. First he satisfied him self that Miller was bound for Scran ton. Then he sought out a telephone and notified police headquarters in this city. MILLER WAS ARRESTED. Such was Mahoney's story In crlm Innl court yesterday when Miller was called for trial before Judge Arch bald. Police oliicers testified to Miller's ar rest and how it was discovered that lie hud distioFcd of thirteen chickens to Enos Flynn. of Providence, before reaching the central city. Miller went on the stand In his own defense nnd said the chickens he sold to Flynn were bought from a Mrs. lmvies. He also averred that the pros ecution wns malicious on Mahoney's part. He had no attorney, but he said he didn't mind that God would see him through He was found guilty and sentenced forthwith to three months In the coun ty jail, Judge Archbald considering this suiriclent punishment in view of the fact that Miller has been in Jail Mince September 3 Stanislaus orzcl was tried for felon iously wounding Frank Goot, but got off free by reason of several somewhat unusual circumstances. Orzel, who Is a young inun of short stature and Goot who is a rather large, middle-aged man were walking' along the railroad leading to tlie Archbald mine one night last summer, both very much the worse for drink, Goot said that without any provocation or wurnlng orzel suddenly pulled out a revolver and shot him. He said to Orzel, "Why did you shoot me?" Orzel answered, "You are not shot." "Yes, look here," and he showed Orzel the blood llowing down his shirt front. At the sight of it Orzel started to run, but Goot begged him to wait and help him to u doctor. They walked to the street car at the end of Luzerne street und arriving there, Goot suys, Jt-llfiE R. VT. AI5CHBALD. Ho Is Presiding In Criminal Court this Week. Orzel again tried to run away, but he grappled with him and held him. Or zel, he said, again pulled out the re volver, but before he could use It Goot claims he wrenched it from his grasp. While they were fighting Con stable Dean came along and after tak ing the revolver from Hoot hauled both of them before Alderman Moaes, of the Fifteenth wnrd. At the alderman's oilice Goot fainted and the officials for the llrst time discovered that he was shot. Dr. Roberts was summoned and Coot was cared for after which he wus sent to the Moses Taylor lios Ital. Orzel wa.1 committed to jail. WHAT THE JUDGE SAID. When the prosecution had told their story as above. Judge Archbald Inter rupted the question as to whether or not the district attorney was going to ask for a conviction. :.r. Jones said he would. Judge Archbald rejoined thut he hardly thought a case hud been made out, but as the district attoincy Insisted he would allow- the matter to go to the Jury. He hoped, however, the Jury would not convict, us he would not, he thought, let such a verdict stand. W. R. Lewis, attorney for the de fense, outlined to the Jury that while the defendant and prosecutor were walking along together they were set upon by a dog. Orzel whipped out his revolver and shot at the dog. He did not know that he had shot Goot until Goot told him and showed hi in the blood. Then he. became so frightened that he wanted to run away. Goot pleaded with him to help him to the doctors nnd he did. The story about Orzel trying to run away a second time nnd his drawiris the revolver when Goot gtabbed hi in wus not true. Orzel turned the revolver over to Goot at the letter's request and without any coer cion. Orzcl was :ut on the stand and told a straight story along the above lines. The Jury acquitted him after being out only a few minutes. Another Miller, Silas, of this city, was yesterday up for stealing. George Tucker, of Greenwood, wus his accuser. It was alleged by Tucker that one day last summer while he was about town drinking he met the defendant, whom be mistook for t'hauncey Smith, of Dunmore, and invited lilin out to his house. The defendant accepted the in vitation ai.i the two went on towards Ureenwood. GLAD TO MEET CHAUNCEY. Although thr started at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, they had only gotten as far as Mlnooka at midnight. Tucker having insisted on Betting 'em up In every saloon and candy shop he met with on the way so glad was he to have his old friend Chauncey Smith with him. It commenced to rain when they got to Mlnooka and they sought a porch along the road for shelter. Tucker fell usleeu and when he awoke his money and watch were gone us well an his pupposed friend, Chauncey Smith. Tucker returned to Scranton and at the Coyne house met the de fendant. He demanded the return of his valuables, but Miller denied hav ing them. He thereupon called an offi cer and had Miller arrested. Mller swore thut he and Tucker were old friends and that when Tucker found himself stupltled, drunk and In Mlnooka he gave him his money to keep for him. When Tucker fell asleep Miller tried to rouse him. but failing in this and not caring to sit here all night he left him. Before going he thought It better to take Tucker's watch alon:; for fear some one mlsht steal It. He avows that when Tucker met hliu in the Coyne house afterward he tlld not hes itate to return the watch and money and wr.s In the very act of doing so when the police rushed htm up to tho station house. The Jury took the case at adjournment. Attorney M. J. Walsh defended Miller. John Swartz, charged by his wife, Alice Swurlz with habitually beating her, was returned not guilty and the costs were equally divided. Ex-Judge War! and Attorney Thomas 1. Duffy usslsted District Attorney Jones in the prosecution. Attorney Milton W. Low ly appeared for the defendant. NOL PROS. ENTERED. A nol pros, was entered in the case of W. K. Rhodes charged with assault and battery upon Owen Me A loon, the defendant having died. T. W. Haw kins, charged with assault and battery upon Charles H. Snedd, pleaded guilty. Charles Rustange enteted $500 ball for his appearance at the next term of ciimlnnl court to answer the churge of malicious mischief and making threats preferred by Martin Mlgllu. Wachln Bolukenecz was his surety. Judge Archbald handed down an or der approving of the recommendation of the- lust gtuuri Jury for sixteen new bridges In the county. In the mutter of the road In Dnlton and North Abington the rule wns made absolute and it was ordered that tho exceptants bill of costs amounting to $35.82 be paid by tho-county. H. A. Johnson.CoiiHtable James Clarl:, JameH Shetlield and Isaac Houslnndcr were sentenced for cases accruing from the last grand Jury. . HIGHWAY KOIIHEUV: X- Is illegal; but there's no law ngalnst the padded special Xm.is newspaper save tlw Kiw of common sense. The Tribune gives hoIUay advertisers regular issues wherein their unnounce-T meats can be seen and read. ItJ doesn't ak them to waste money on-f bulky and useless Inflations. f Without Ilcscrvc. I will sell entire contents of Mac's Book Store, llil Penn avenue, to the highest bidder without reserve, begin ning Monday, December 7, continuing until sold. Private sale forenoons. Auction afternoons and evenings. Hooks, stationery, notions, furniture and lixture.3. A. HARRIS. Lewis, Hcilly & Dnvics. Busy Shoe Stores will be open evenings during December. Notice. Tho following Is a list of display cards Kept in stock at this office and for sale at ten cents each: Rooms for rent. For salo. This property for sa!e. Furnished rooms. House for rent. House to let, etc. Opening. A dainty line of Children's Coats at the Baby Bazaar, 512 Spruce street. Bring your card plate to The Tribune for printing. The King of BKECHAM'8. Pills 1: Beecham'a Wait No Longer But make a J for BLACK'S FIRST GREAT BEUIXTI0X SALE OF CLOAKS. Commencing Monday Morning, Dec. 7th, and Every bay Alter. This being our first reduction snle. It will be a hummer. The price will be Irresisti ble and the well-known quality and style shown Is ur.surpussed. Purchase your winter wraps now when the assortment Is good. All of Our All of Our All of Our $7 jo5t$o so $10.00 A $13.50 $is-oo&$jo.co Mltses' Ladies' Ladies' Jackets Jackets Jackets Will Will Will Be lie lie $S 00. $7 50. $10.00. Our $i:.00 Cloth Cupe, $3.50; our J'.O.CO Plush Cupe, il.uil. Fur Culleratees and Capes. W. . BLACK, Sawyer's Millinery Store, 132 Wyoming Ave BEST SETS OF TEETH. S3.00 . Including the painless extracting of teeth by an entirely new proctu. S. G SNYDER, D. D. S.f a CeraceSt,. Opp. Hotel Jermyn. J THIS- BB" !ST CARPET SWEEPER, r j: v..,--- Lrrr- . ; ON SALE ONLY baas NOW FOR BUSINESS, us is com WE ARE PREPARINO FOR THE BOOM. . . Diamonds, Watchas. Jewalrj, Sterling Silver Novelties. ALL THK LATEST. HONEST GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES. I 423 Lackawanna Aveim LADIES' WINTER JACKETS AT CUT PRICES. Made of Fine Irish Frieze, iu all colors. Also in Fine Beaver in blue, black and tan, Empire collar,nev sleeve with cuffs; shield front, with new back, worth $12.00. CASH PRICE. $8.98. I SIB POWELUS MUSIC STORE, qOOOOOOOOOa High Grade But Not I High Prices. ? t 0000000000 Pianos, Organs, Autoharps, Mandolins, Violins, Guitars, Banjos. MUSIC BOXflS, CAUIINKTS. ROLLS. STANDS. STERLING SILVER . . . U a new addition to our stock ut Bottom Prices. Opened on. other new line of White China For Decorating Prices nnd styles talk, ns wo are scl.. & lots of it. Will keep open evenings after the first of December. METROPOLITAN CHINA HALL 0. J. WlilOHEL, Mean Bldjr, Cor. Wash, and Sprues St. t- i,ci,'vz? AT OUR STORE fi 138 Wyoming iTenoe. J. BOLZ Next to the Dime Bank. Specials in JACKETS, SKIRTS and CAPES. $6.98 Jackets now $ 1.49 $12.00 Jackets now 7.50 $14.75 Jackets now '. $4.00 Skirt now .SS $7.00 Skirt now S.W $13.00 Electric Seal Cape now .8 $:;0.00 Klec-trio Seal Caoe and 18 00 $10.00 Seal Plush Cape now 4.99 $13.00 Seal Flush Cape now 9.S9 $5.00 Reefers now 1.49 $9.00 Reefers now 6.00 ;u.00 Reefers now 7.60 HILLINERY. A lot of very stylish Felt Hats trimmed with silk ruches and fancy feathers or Ostrich tips value $5.00. at 2.9S value $5.00 at Misses' and Children's Felt Hats trimmed with eiarretts or fancy feathers, large ribbon bows, spe clul at 1.M Have your Furs repaired by the only pructicul Furrier In the city. J.BOL 138 Wyoming ATcnae. Great Innovation Our entire stock of $20, 000 of Elegant Hillinery will be sold at half price. Open Evenings. HASLACHER'S MILLINERY, II. LANGFELD, Successor, 324 Lackawanna Aranui WHITE FRONT. Tremendous Assortment OF Dinner, Tea $ AND Toilet Sets, AT Lowest Prices. RUPPRECHFS CRYSTAL NUKE l SI Penn An Cpn Caplist Cburci Middle of the Block. Come to Scranton News Go. FOB ALL Newspapers, Magazines, and Story Papers, Main Stand, - ioj Wyoming A wane Branch Stand, - - goj Linden Street lu ront of Turkisu ISaths, AUWAVS OPEN. Bl HATS AT Dunn's Sale iW IH PROGRESS.