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TIIE SCR ANTON TUTBUNE FRIDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 11, 1SJ.
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4 the art warrant your patronage at home.
The Lackawanna
308 Penn Avenue. A. B. W ARMAN.
Watch
This Space
For Our
Opening Ad.
Of Our
New Store.
lapels, Draperies ani Wall Papjr
ia7WV0MINQ AVE.
Kt. Rev. Illshop U'Hara will confirm a
number or WilMmi in M. 1 uiiun.-.
Green MilKf, Suii'lay afternoon.
Michael l.eflto. lute of lltimmry: K.lwin
and Krunk Merrimtui, lute of Kiiiiluiiil.
were imturulliSi-U by Jmle Arch bu Id yes
terday. The Delaware and ' Hil ton l-;ild Oie
gravity railroad employes at llones.iale
mid Wuymart and the Jermyn mine at
Jermyn yeHti-rdiiy.
8ehool I'ontniller O'Malley ha offered a
reward of $-'.'1 for the urrenl and eonvletlon
of the perHoim who destroyed nehool prop
erty in the Third ward.
Joseph Mullet, of Taylor, met with a
fraeture or the left shoulder yesterday by
beiiiK stiuil. by a Irln of ears, lie was
taken to the .Moses Taylor hospital.
Count V Commissioner John Demiith on
Wednesday took the on t h of oilier in Tore
Recorder Heust. r. Kx-SherllY Charles
lioblnson and Christian Sloi r ure ids
bondsmen.
The volunteers of America will hold a
holiness meetiiiK at tin ir hall. No. ::1S
Wuhiiinton avenue. IoiiIkIU. All Chtis
tlans are espeelallv Invited to com,-. The
meeting will be led by Captain Jenkins.
The lecture on 'Trisnn Life lurin the
War." which will be nivcii hy Colonel Kssr.i
11. Hippie, ut the tireell Hide.- liliriliy.
Mondav evetdm.' next, will be illu.-tian d
bv twentv skttilns mad.; by Colonel llin
ie himself.
The will of Captain .lamer. C. Cardncr,
late of lienton, was ailiuitled to pndiate,
yeBteiday. by IteKlstcr Hopkins, and let
ters testamentary Kranted to the widow,
Mrs. Dorcas A. Uurdner, and the son, Ira
B. Ciardner.
A ilrunken man was arrested ut the in
tersection of l.a Kan anna and l'enn ave
nues tit 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon by
Patrolman Hart for tbn;imj every str. ' t
car thai came alone, jni standing in the
way of wagons.
Patrolman Molr nrn-sted a yotinu man
on Lackawanna avenue last eveninv.' who
is suspected of In Int; Jack Dully, wanted
in lluzl- ton on several ehurxes of lare-ny.
He Is held at notice Iie,idcuai tei s await
ing Identification.
The ri mains of John .a. anion, w ho di'v.l
In Chlcauo from the effect of an opera
tion for abscess, arrived in this city yes.
terday afternoon. They were taken to his
late home, t! llarrelt court. Funeral an
nouncement later.
All ladles and tentlemen takinu part .In
the production of the "Iteiinuu It. forma
tion; or Lire of -Martin Luther," will meed
for rehearsal In ,lenidnns' hall, li'l U'yuin
inK avenue, this evening ut 7.30. A full at
tendance I leijucsted.
Minn Inspector lioderick ha received
the eertllleates of those who passed the re
cent mine foremen's examination at Car
bomlule, mul those entitled to them can
secure them by culllim at .Mr. Roderick's
otlice on North Main avenue.
Clarence C.alite wua held in :n) ball yes
terday by Alderman .Millar on a charge
of defraudluir a boardtnn house keeper.
About four w eek into lliilKe came to I his
city from JllnKhnmton and went to hoard
with V. J,, ltandall, of l'atfe court. Since
then he hus not worked or jmiiL a cent
of board.
Frank Conway nml Catherine, his wife,
professional benuurs, wero arrested last
niKht by Constable ilyai's on a warrant
Issued by Alderman Millar sworn out by
-Mrs. W, B. DiiKxan. The alderman sent
Conway to jail for six months ami Mrs.
Conway was sent to tho House of the
Good Shepherd.
The Star foot ball team of the Flat chal
lenne the Comets, the Jolly Kleven, the
Hryan team or the Actives of Minooka;
Cresent Juniors or any team whose aver
age weight Is l:! pounds, in Lackawanna
county, on the Stillwater grounds. Sun.
day afternoon, Dec. 13, at 2.li'l p. m. Will
play a return game on Dec. JU.
The largo furniture van of the Vnion
Transfer company went over an embank
ment nt Taylor Wednesday night, drag
ging the team of horse attached to it
along. The vnn was wrecked and the
horses badly bruised. Charles lloyer I nd
Cal Lee, who were In the wagon when It
went down the embankment, were only
Slightly Injured.
In Its monthly statement the Scranton
Traction company reports gross earning
forNovemberof $30,2(11, which Is an Increase
of I3,niti as compared with the same month
of last year, und net H,."iiS, an Increase id
S1.6U7. Kor the live month ended Nov. ,
the gross earnings were Jir,x.H7s, an In
creasy of $19.Gi as compared with the cor
responding period of last year, and net
$73,3Ki, an Increase of Jiixfi. Surplus. $17,i'sl.
Jluggle Montgomery and Tom were sent
tip yesterduy to the county jail for thirty
days. They were picked up on the West
Side for being drunk and disorderly, on
the way mi in the patrol wagon she wept
bitterly ami shu se.ld lo Patrolman Lona
Day, "Shure, I wouldn't care, but I've
been In Jail every Christmas for the last
five years." Herself and Tom and Cyclone
Kate were let out on Monday after a 30
day term.
Two men were arrested In the afley near
the old county Jail yesterday afternoon
by. Patrolman Sloat. They had a bundle
of handkerchiefs and stockings and were
dividing them. Cine of them gave his
name as Krank Hell, of New York. Ho Is
en Italian. The other prisoner is a col
ored man and rejoices In the name of
Klijah Elena rd Dennis. He saiil his home
Is In the North Knd. Detective Dyer
found out that the goods they hail were
stolen from Wartowsky's store, nt fill
Lackawanna avenue. Dennis I also
wanted to answer a charge of larceny pre
ferred by James Murphy, of Providence.
Dr. McDowell, dentist. 240 Adams
venue.
Gaze nt the sign on Hotel St. Denis.
Only tlio Finest Cnnicrns
made are shown In our Holiday Branch,
2C; Wash. ave.
Dnvid liispluim,
Metropolitan Opera Barytone, Froth
Ingham. Dec. 22. (
250 XX White Envelopes for 17c. at 3j.
tore, 6?3 Iack'a. ave. .
I WILL THE CITY OWN
ITS ELECTRIC PLANT
Councilman Noooe Says Yes, and In
troduces an Ordinance.
WILL" COST AT LEAST $200,600
Ordinance Which '.Was Referred to
Committee Provides for Kabmittiag
the Question at the Spring Election.
Another Measure Also Provides Tor
n Municipal Industry, That the City
Shall Establish an Asphalt Kepair
Plant.
Common Councilman Noone, of the
Eighteenth ward, believes the city
Fhoulil own and conduct an electric
light plant. He took the first step last
night In common council meeting by
Introducing an ordinance ' which was
referred without debate to the llfiht
and water committee.
Mr. Noone's ordinance provides for
Increasing the city debt to the amount
of $jnu.oiKi for the purpose of purchas
ing luml. erectintr the necessary build
ings nml equipping them with the ne
cessary apparatus nnd machinery. The
funds are to he raised by an Issue of
city bonds, the question to be submit
ted to the city's electors at the next
hction on the third, Tuesduy of Febru
aiy. .Mr. Noone Is sanguine of the even
tual success of his Idea. To a Tribune
reporter he suld:
"It now costs the city about $50,000
per year for electric light and this
large sum has been for years gradual
ly Increasing and will continue to in
crease. I have Investigated the mat
ter carefully anil have the opinions
of competent electrical engineers that
the city cun maintain a fully equipped
plant for from llu.noo to $15,000 per
year, which includes labor, fuel, cur
rent materials nnd repairs.
"The $aiO.(K)0 estimated cost includes
poles, wire, arc and Incandescent
lamps nnd In fact every detail neces
sary to a complete plant. Hardly a
meeting of either branch of councils
takes place without an objection from
one or more councllmen to the rapidly
Increasing expenditure for lights. The
corporations now furnishing light are
certainly making a profit, and there's
no reason why the city shouldn't econ
omize to whatever amount that prollt
Is. I tigure that the saving will be at
least KVi.fMK) and more likely $:!U.tiOO the
first year und that the sum will In
crease rapidly thereafter.
NOOXK IS SANlU'IXK.
"Xo, the project Is not new to mp. I
have delayed presenting un ordinance
until now in order to engage the inter
est of ciniticilmen und others who will
support the measure. When It Is con
sidered by Chairman Ullroy nnd
Messrs. Jlcftrall. Cordon and Keller,
of the light und water committee, of
which I also am a member, I believe
that none of them will oppose a favor
able report."
When Mr. Nunne presented the or
dinance and moved It be referred to
committee, he included In the motion
that if the committee decided to" report
favorably the measure be printed and
presented for action next Thursday
night. The motion was so made in or
der t lose no time, as but a little over
two months intervenes between now
and election day, nnd the ordinance
provides that tin; niiestlon to be sub
mitted Jo popular vote must be adver
tised ut least thirty days before elec
tion. No specifications! nre attached to the
measure. It contain no reference to
poles, w ires or machinery, those requi
sites belli!? Included in the words "tie.
ccssary appliance and apparatus."
In connection with Mr. Noone's or
dinance there was a pertinent signifi
cance in the debate preceding the de
f"tt on third renllnr of nn ordinance
fathered by Mr. Zcldler nnd providing
for nn electric light on the smith side of
Mulberry street ut tho Junction of Onli
ford court. Captain Molr, of the Ninth;
Mr. Keller, of the Seventeenth, nnd Mr.
! Innistliiin. of the Kighth wards, were
wutin in their oioiosli Ion to supporting
this or finy future ordinances provid
ing for new electric lluhts except nt the
imw iinliglilcd corner and then only
when such lights were absolutely neces
sary nnd generally demanded. Any
future liplit nrdiminct would be closely
examined and not favored unless they
related lo outlying winds where the
need of lirhts was not questioned.
TI.ey argued that Scranton on account
of Its grout spread of territory in pro
portion to It population was paying
more fur lights, comparatively, than a
large majority of cities.
ASPHALT KKPAIK PLANT.
Another Important mensure Involving
municipal ownership nnd which its
adherents lnlm will also soon involve
a sa lug of about llh.ann annually, was
a resolution drafted by Select Council
man Chittenden, of the Ninth ward.
It provides lornn initiatory step toward
the city's possessing Its own asphalt
repair jdant and was passed compar
atively unheralded and unnoticed nt
last wi;i k's session of Select council.
It came up for concurrence Inst night.
The resolution directs the city engi
neer to report on or before March 1
concerning the feasibility of construct
ing a municipal asphult repair plant
and its estimated cost. The measure
was rend und passed without comment.
Following its passage Captain Molr
averred If the city acquire its own
plunt it will have brought about one
of the biggest municipal economies in
Soranton's history.
Captain Moir explained that the bond
contracts which bind the Harber As
phult company to keep pavements In
repair for live years ore gradually ex
piring. There are now ten miles of as
phalt pnvementB and more will be con
structed. The contract price for re
pairs is five cents per yard. It Is be
lieved the city can do Its own work
for not more than 2 cents per yard nnd
possibly ns cheap as I cent per yard.
Hcfore the Chittenden resolution was
acted upon another concurrent meas
ure had been passed which may have
a bearing on the success or failure of
Mr. Chittenden's resolution. It had
evidently been introduced In select
council by Mr. Chittenden himself In
order to provide the asphalt repair
plunt supporters with figures. It di
rects the city engineer to prepare a
schedule map showing the locution, ma
terial and mil '8 of the city's different
pavements and directs the city clerk to
advertise for bids to keep them in re
pair. For several days draughtsmen
in the city engineer's department In
anticipation of the pnssnge of the reso
lution have been at work on the map.
That the common branch of councils
Is disposed to pout at the Economy
Light. Heat and Power company was
evidenced in the passage of a resolu
tion introduced by Mr. Flanagan, of
the Kighth ward, providing that the
specification for heating the new quar
ters of Nay Aug Engine company ba
changed so that un Individual heating
plant may be installed in the building.
Select Councilman Durr, chairman of
select's lire department committee, was
bach of the resolution which he brought
to Inst night's meeting and had Intro
duced by his colleague from the Eighth.
MR. DURH'S STATEMENT.
Mr. Durr was accorded the privilege
of the Moor and from his remarks and
those of Mr. Flanagan the grievance
against the steam furnishing company
was because of Its disposition to charge
the city M00 to connect the engine
houes, which Is on Franklin avenue,
with the Spruce street main. The de
balers 'ureued that the company was
censurable for so trying to press the
limit after havlns been granted a free
fran-'hlse.'j Mr. Flanagan went so far
as to aver that from $10,000 to $20,000
worth of city pavement was buajvarn-
aged annually in the company's pipe
laying. All the debate which occupied fifteen
minutes was caused !.y Mr. Sweeney's
reminder that the cit;- bad once blun
dered by installing an Inadequate
plant in the city hall. The resolution
passed after It had been su:T?eted by
Mr. Durr und Captain Molr that one of
the old city hnll hollers might be util
ized In the engine house. A few mem
bers refrained from voting.
The November salary of JJ0 of Per
manent Fireman Knroats, recently dis
missed from Franklin Engine company,
on Mayor Itulley's recommendation
was ordered paid in a concurrent res
olution. That the city controller shall not
countersign further wnrrants to Con
tractor Max Phillips for building' the
retaining wall on Ninth and Robinson
streets until It ahull have Wen shown
that he has paid th- laborers engaged
on the work was the substance ot a
resolution Introduced by Mr. Nealls.
Several members required some detail
ed explanation of the measure from
Mr. Nealls before It was affirmatively
voted upon.
A concurrent resolution that prop
erty owners be permitted to build a
lateral sewer on the east side of Har
rison avenue from Oibson street to the
end of the Tenth sewer district was
referred to the sewers and drains com
mittee nt the suggestion of Mr. Wensel
who had been Informed that some kind
of sewer work was alieudy in progress
In that locality.
An adjournment was made to meet
Thursday night because the date for
the I ext regular stated meeting fulls
on Christmas eve.
LETTER FROM MR. KITTHNHOl'SK
A letter from J. W. Rlttenhotise, who
complains that because of improper
sewer construction the ctlar of his
property Is constantly Hooded, was re
ferred at the recommendation of the
auditing committee to the sewers and
drains committee.
Resolutions adopted In select council
were concurred In as follows: That
the city engineer prepare plans and es
timate of cost lor a retaining wall bor
dering the Swetland estate on Ninth
street beginning at Swetland street;
that the city engineer prepare plans
and an estimate for a stone arch cul
vert In the Mount Pleasant ravine from
the Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern tracks to the east side of North
Muln avenue; that the proposals for
building a retaining wall on the east
side of West Market street lie reject
ed because of a change that has been
found necessary in the plans.
HIRAM LODGE ELECTION.
North End Masons Elect Emlyn Morris
Grand Lodge Representative and His
Brother Worshipful Master.
Hiram lodge, No. 201, Free and Ac
cepted Masons, of the North End last
night held Its annual election. Emlyn
Morris, the retiring worshipful master
EMLYN MOItUIS,
Retiring Worstilpfiil Master of Hiram
Lodge. No. LSI. nml A. M.. Elected
Representative. to t he Grand Lodge.
was chosen representative to th"
grand lodfre. He is but 27 years old
und is the youngest grand lodge repre
sentative In this section of the state
and possibly In the commonwealth. lit
is a machinist In the Providence shops
of the Delaware and Hudson company.
Mr. Morris Is succeeded as worship
ful muster by his brother. Evan 11.
Morris. lie is the assistant city clerk.
EVAN R. MOimiS,
The Newly Elected Worrhlpful Master of
Hiram Lodge, No. 241, P. and A. M.
Tho other officers chosen were: Seni
or warden, Walter Simpson; Junior
warden, L. M. Jones; secretary, T. S.
Morgan; treasurer, Charles Zeigler;
trustees, ex-Judge V. J. Lewis, A. L.
Francois and Georee Welder.
District Deputy (Irani! Master Thos.
F. Wells will conduct the installation
on the night of Dec. 24.
(Sood Cnmerns
at our Holiday branch, 203 Wash. ave.
Something New
An Innovation, that is meeting with
popular favor' amnn: those interested
in photography, as well as those who
contemplate the purchase of cameras
for holiday presents Is liohvell's Cosy
Cnmera Parlor at 20'i Washington ave.
This cosy parlor Is In the rear of the
store room on the ground floor, and Is
tastefully furnished with fine draper
ies, comfortable furniture, etc. An In
teresting display of fine local pictures
adorn tho walls, which are well worth
the time It takes to look, them over.
Mr. Rolwell will spare no pains to make
things pleasant for all who call and
Invites the public to examine the pic
tures and also the fine stock of cameras
he has on exhibition. Any Information
on the subject of photography will be
cheerfully given. ,
Mining Hooks for Christmas.
Mechanical and 'Electrical Books;
Safety Lumps; Surveying and Drawing
Instruments, Rules, Mechanical Tools,
Fountain Pens, etc., etc. The Techni
cal Supply company, 222 Adams ave.,
opp. Court House.
Onr C'ospy Camera Parlor
Is something new. 203 Wash. ave.
The Lat Week
of Davldow Bros.' great auction sale.
Don't fall to attend this week.
Qw, mi
PIETRO GIRLS ARE
CAUGHT AT LAST
Second Oldest Arrestsd by Lieutenant
Davis io the Leader Store.
THEY ARE CLEVER PICK-POCKETS
Uy Ottering Artificial Flowers and
Toy Balloon For Sole They Pur
sued Their Trade More Easily.
They Came Here from Newark, and
Since Then Many Complaints Were
.Hade of Women Losiug Their Poc
ki t Hooks.
Four weeks ago three Italian sisters,
the oldest 17 years und married, and
the youngest 8, made their appeurance
on Lackawanna avenue selling toy bal
loons und artillciul Mowers, and about
the same time complaints began to
reach Chief of Police Holding that wo
men were losing their pocketbooks in
the Leader, the Globe Warehouse, the
Four Cent store and other prominent
business places.
The chief made an Investigation and
became satisfied that the girls were the
pickpockets and he detailed some mem
ber of the police force to keep a close
watch on them daily, but the girls ap
peared to have posted themselves on
the otflctrs und kept very shady when
ever any ot them was around. They
went urouiul separately, one into tin
Leader with a basket of tlowcrs and
the others Into other stores with the
toy balloons.
Lieutenant John Davis, dressed in his
citizen clothes, kept them In sight the
past two afternoons and he succeeded
In arresting the second oldest yester
day Just after she stole the pocket
book of Mrs. William Delke, wife of
Shoemaker Delke. of Adams uvenue.
The purse contained $7.
Mrs. Delke was in the Leader for a
few minutes and she left to go to the
Four Cent store, but when she got
there her pocketbook was gone, und
she returned Immediately to the Lead
er. Lieutenant Davis saw the girl
take the pocketbook from Mrs. Delke,
but before he could lay hands on her
she had slipped out and was across
the street at the steps leading up to
Alderman Millar's office. She was
talking to her youngest sister, who had
a basket of Mowers.
DROPPED FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
The lieutenant took her up the street
until he met Patrolman Molr on the
corner and turned her over to him.
Mrs. Delke was back from the Four
Cent store In the meantime und she
went up to the police station with Pa
trolman Moir and the youthful prison
er. Captain Edwards was standing at
the door of the station talking to Lieu
tenant Peter Ziing. of the South Side,
as the girl was being brought In nnd
they saw her drop a roll of paper
money on the Hour. The captain
picked It up and there was $1.1 in it,
two $3 bills, one $2 bill and three $1
bills.
When she was searched $2.0:1 In silver
eoin was found In her -pocket, nnd
among it was a much worn :i-cetit piei'j
which was Identified by Mrs. Delke as
hers. Mrs. Delke's pocketbook wan af
terward found in the bottom of thj
(lower basket.
Not long after the girl's arrest her
two sisters came to the station. They
both said that she was Innocent, and
when Chief Holding asked where she
got the money she had, the oldest one
said she gave It to her to buy n pair
of siloes and an unron. She snid she
gave her JO. And at the same time the
girl arrested was telling Mayor Iiailey
In another room that her oldest sister
gave her $1.". The three of them to'd
several contradictory stories, hut with
out any admissions from them there I
plenty of evidence to establish their
guilt beyond question.
SEARCHED THE HOUSE.-
Chief Ridding, Lieutenant Davis nnd
Patrolman Moir went to where the
girl live nt "d:l Pleasant street, In Mc
Cann's patch, and searched the house.
Eight pocketbooks were found in dif
ferent places, two of them being mad"
from alligator ijkins. One of them was
shicld-shapi d and was made so tht
it could hang on a honk from the belt.
In the seat cli of the house there was
no-dry goods or othi r itrtides fiiund
that would show they had been guilty
of shoplifting also.
In one of tlie pocketbooks was found
seven gold rings nnd a valuable tie
pin. These, as well ns the pocketbooks
are in possession of Chief Holding now.
Pletro Is the name of their father.
He shook like one with the ague when
the ollleers came in, and so did his
wife. Th; re was no reason why the
parent should be arrested, ns thcro
was no evidence against them, unless
it can be proved later that they sent
the girls out to steal.. For the present
Chief Holding decided not to arrtst
them, and there is hardly any danger
Hint they will go nwny while the girls
are in custody; so that It will be an
easy matter to get them if th-y are
wanted.
The family came here four weeks ago
from Newark, N. J. The oldest girl,
nlthough only 17 nnd very childlike In
appearance. Is niarrl.-d since seven
months ago to an Italian named Car
minucla Filone, and they keen a fruit
stand at U2I 'est Lackawanna ave
nue. The next oldest is 12 year. Sin
Is the one that was arrested. Her
name Is Lizzie Pletro. The youngest
Is only S yours old.- Her name is Mniy
Pletro. The three pre exceptionally
cute and they would lilt with the agil
ity of cats from one part of the stores
to the other. They will be given a
hearing this morning by Mayor Ualley.
GREAT TRANSACTION IN CLOTHING.
The Mnnhntlnn Clothing Company
Purchases the Entire and Enur
moils Slock of Morris Duvidow.
Mr. Davldow Will Go-Into the Weill
Estate HiiNines.
A sensation was caused In business
circles on Lackawanna avenue yester
day morning by the announcement of
one of the greatest clothing transac
tions In the history of the city. Tlu
Manhattan Clothing company hud pur
chased the enormous clothing stock of
Morris J. Davldow, 222 Lackawanna
avenue, nt about fifty per cent, of its
value. Negotiations had been pending
for several days but the big deal was
closed only yesterday morning. The
store was at once closed for the pur
pose of arranging the goods and mark
ing down prices. It will remain closed
until Saturduy morning at 10 o'clock
when it will lie reopened and a special
sale will com mem e. The goods w ill lie
sold at prices which will astonish even
those who are accustomed to bargain
sales.
Mr. Davldow will at once retire from
the clothing business and will enter
at once u:on the real estate business,
a line which Is better suited to his
tastes. He proposes to stay right here
in Scranton and his ability and Indus
try will certainly place him In the front
row of the dealers In landed property
in Lackawanna county.
RETURNED THE CALL
Sous of Veterans Enter.'nincd by the
I'nion Veteran I'nion.
Camp No. ft. Sons of Veterans, made
a -return visit to the Union Veterans'
union last night, and a rousing camp
fire was given in honor of the occasion.
8. W, Roberts, colonel of the union,
presided nnd made the address of wel
come. William Nash responded for the
visitors. Then addresses were made
by A. E. Stockholm and Oeorgs Rice,
of Franklin Forks, Susquehanna coun
ty; Comrade Jones, of Taylor; Com
rade C. E. Yeotnans, of this city, and
others, who were called upon to tell
war expclences for the entertainment
and edification of the youncsters.
Refreshments were served nt the
close of the speechinuklng by Caterer
Kelly.
GREEN RIDGE WEDDING.
Two Prominent People I'nitcd
at
Church ol the Good Shcpht-d.
At the Church of the Good Shepherd
In Green Ridge last evening ut 8 o'clock,
Charles Rldgewuy and Miss Laura Kel
lam were united In marriage by the
pastor, Rev. Frank S. Hallenllne. The
church was well filled during the cere
mony and a large assemblage of friend,
congratulated the newly married couple
at the reception which followed.
The bride is one. of the North End's
most popular young ladles. The .room
Is a trusted employe of the Pennsyl
vania Coul company at Dunmore.
SACRED CHAMBER CONCERT.
Well Rendered High Class Program
nt Y. M. ('. A. Hull.
. The second of this season's chamber
concerts was well attended last even
ing at Association hall and the pro
gramme presented afforded pleasure
and Instruction In equal parts.
It opened with Mendelssohn's trio
(op. Iti) in C minor and closed with
Gude's string quartette (op.- 63) in D
major, giving medial place to Saitit
Saeiis' sonata for 'cello and piuno (op.
.!'.') in C minor. It is open to question
whether, despite Mr. T. H. Hlppard's
ifi'ectlve Interpret. iMoii and splendid
phrasing of the cello port and Mr. Con
art's established command of the piano,
the Salnt-Siiens number was fully up
pi eclated in any but the andante move
ment: which is another way of saying
that Salnt-Suens Is nn acquired taste.
The Mendelssohn trio, however, with.
Its luxuriance of melody, pleased b-SJ
Philistines and the elect; while .-"Tor
the quartette, it seems Impoi. v-ado to
imagine n more exquisite blending of
harmonies than characterized Its. first
three movements.
The soloist of the evening was Mr.
Richard D. Williams, of Kingston. He
sang an ar!n by Gounod and a senti
mental hullnd, In a high tenor voice
of pleasing quality and unusual flexi
bility. The next chamber concert has been
postponed from January II to January
21.
IMITATED EDITIONS
nre no longer necesary. The regu
lar evry day paper Is the best
medium In which to advertise goods,
whether Chrlstmw or otherwise.
To Inlllct upon merchants n demand
for spread eagle announcements at
an Increased price, Is to simply de
fraud him of his legitimate profits.
The Tribune will continue Its cus
tom of servlnir Its readers with a
good suptdy of trade announce
ments and original taading mutter
on every page. No boiler plate lit
erature Is used to rive the appear
ance of a lame pnper.
The Grlflln art store will be open
evenings until Christmas, and it Is now
a good time to select your pictures or
anything In the art line.
We give away dinner spots, hand
somely decorated, with 55 lbs. of tea;
decorated tea sets with lfi lbs.; printed
toilet sets with 12 lb. Special atten
tion given to club order. Scranton
Tea store, G23 Lackawanna avenue.
.
Stcntti llcnfiir.; nml Plumbing.
P. F. & M. T. Howloy, 231 Wyoming ave.
Tailor made fall suits and overcoats,
latest styles, John Ross, S07 Spruce
street.
Lewis, Itcilty V Dnvics,
Busy Shoe Stores will be open evenings
during December.
Open in:;.
A dainty line of Children's Coats nt
the Baby Bazaar, 612 Spruce street.
Now Is your time to sit for a photo
graph fur Christmas, nnd (Iriflln can
finish them for you. The best in the
city.
Don't !iss the Sale
on Saturday nbvht. Davllow Bron.
will
discontinue their gnat auction sale.
Choice cut ilowtrs and flower de
signs at Palmer & McDonalds, fill
Spruce.
Ittiv Her n Camera
for Xmns. We hnve 'em at 203 V.'afih.
ave.
SAWV EIR'S
I liSS THAN
HALF-PRICE SALE.
One of the hardest things In advertising
Is to make people believe values are as
good as we say they are. With so much
exaggeration passing for trulh, the tratli
very often seems like exaggeration. It's
so In thi case. Such values In niil'in-i y
have almost never been known i:t this
tenson of the year, and yet some pie
will wait till the goods are gone, und then
wonder why they didn't come -soonc.
(U OOn Trimmed S.illoi In Camel's
HI d9C Hair and Plain l'i Its. All n-w
shapes and collars; our regular
.1. and il.2r quality.
Af AQt ''1 the new desirable shapes In
HI H3C Camel's Hair, sold early la the
season at tl.lfll, $l.2.i and i .'hi.
Af 1 Qn A large assortment In plain felt
HI I wu shapes, black end colors; our
price through the season,
and r,'lc.
JU OOn "e lot nf wool Tam-O'Shanters
HI 03C that were .'.c, CHc. and 7."e.
These goods are more special than any
thing offered this season.
We ask comparison with any bankrupt
or (novation sales In the city.
A. R. SAWYER, WyonlinV Ave.
MSI SETS of m u
Including th painless extracting of
testa by an satirely now proucsj.
S. C SNYDER, D. D. S.,
SfraMM., Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
For the Holidays. Scrap, Work and
Waste Baskets. Large assortment.
REED CHAIRS
A splendid line of Rockers and Reed
Chairs. Sultan Chairs, plain or
cushioned in Sixteenth Century and
Empire finish. Nothing better for
Holiday Presents. Open Evenings.
PIPDLWDn C UfflTinilO 406 Lackawanna Ave.
MfaDblhblf U WHIMilO, Opp. Wyoming House.
(LARGE WINDOW.)
NOW FOR
BUSINESS,
Ciisw is COKIC fJimtnm
WE ARE PREPARING vlll 10 1111(10
POR THE BOOM. . .
DIamands. OffArilltfR
Watclus. Jewelry,
Sterling Silver Novelties.
ALL THE LATEST.
HONEST GOODS
AT RIGHT PRICKS.
, THE JEWELER
423 Lackawanna Av3m
LADIES'
WINTER JACKETS
AT CUT PRICES.
Made of Fine Irish Frieze,
in 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.
URE IB
POWELL'S
AHUS5C STORE,
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g High Grade g
But Not g
y High Prices. 9
OoooooooooS
Pianos, Organs,
Autoharps, Mandolins,
Violins, Guitars,
Banjos.
MUSIC
IIOXRS,
CABINLTS.
KOI.I.S,
STANDS,
STERLING
SILVER
Is a new addition to our stock
at Bottom Prices. Opened an
otlur new line of
White China
For Decorating
Prices und styles talk, as we
arc selling lots of it. Will
keep open evenings after the
first of December.
METROPOLITAN
CHINA HALL
f. J. HICICHKL,
Menrs UIJ, Cor. Wash, and Sprues St.
r i i win
SPECIAL
Fins Alaska Sealsklu Saeque,
latest style, i50,
Sale Price. $193
Electric- Seal Coats, latest
style, 15, Sale Price. $89
Astrakhan Coat, latest style,
1100, sati priCC $69
Alaska Seal Cape, four yards
wide, twenty Inclie Iouk. $0,
Sale Price, $198
Persian Capes, three and one
half yards wide, twenty-seven
Inches long, J 120,
Sale Price. $89
Mink Cape, four yards wide,
twenty-four inches long, $125,
Sale Price, $45
Electric Seal Capes, four yards
tide, twenty inches long, $35,
Sale Price. $25
COLLARETTES.
All (he Latest Styles and the
Lowest Trices.
SEAL CAPES, GLOVtS. WRISTLETS
LOWEST PBICES.
Have your Furs repaired by the
only practical Furrier In the city.
J.BOLZ
13$ Wyoming Avenue.
Great
?ata
Our entire stock of $20,
000 of Elegant flillinery
will be sold at half price.
Open Evenings.
HASLACHER'S MILLINERY.
II. LANGFKLD, Successor,
324 Lackawanna Avanjj.
WHITE FRONT.
SfllHIIilllllllNUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
I Indeed It Is True
Th. mont useful Curit-'
MM prtMDt,
DINNER, TEA,
TOILET SETS,
3j Largo Assortment, pri cos from
ft.rn ta sion.no
AT S
RUPPREGHfS eRYSTH. PAUSE i
im
5 Si Fcdd Af i Cpp. Eap!l3t CburJi
Middle ol the Block.
B Your Satisfaction Our Aim 5
OPEN EVENINGS. 5
allllllllllllllllllllllllHIUIIUIIIIIIUlB
Come to
Scranton News Co.
FO
Newspapers,
FOR ALL
and Story Papers,
Main Stand, - - 103 Wyoming A vena
Branch Stand, - - $03 Llndca Street
iu rront of Turklsu Data.
ALWAYS OPEN.
Sale
r 1 Bl
U lBi!s
37 Dunn's

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