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TUB SOBAOTON TRIBUNE-'!.1 tfESDAY MORNING. JUNE 8. 1897.
REVIEW OF THE WORK.
Alfred Twining, Late Secretary of the
Board of Trade, Makes an
Alfred Twining, whom Joseph E.
Oliver succeeded as secretary of the
West Side hoard of trade, had pre.
pared the- customary review by the
secretary of the work of tho board
during his term of ofllce, which was
to" have been read at 'the last meeting;
of tho board. Circumstances, however,
Interfered and the report was not giv
en. The review has been placed at the
disposal of The Tribune.
It Is quite lengthy yet certainly in
teresting. After speaklnfi of the work
of the board In a general way and men-
tlonlng the Linden street bridge as the
foremost achievement, Mr. Twining re
fers In a complimentary way of the
work of A. M. Morse, who Is chlelly re
sponsible for paving of Iloblnson and
The bettering of the Traction, com
pany's street oar service Is also men
tioned. The West Side hospital, an
other Immeasurably beneficial nddl
tlon, and the work of bringing It about
calls for some attontlon.
In concluding his report, Mr. Twin
ing pays a highly eulogistic and de
served tribute to tho memory of D. M.
Jones, who was one of the most hon
ored members of tho board. -The report
shows that the- West Side board of
trade Is a factor for great good to the
people of the West Side. The regular
monthly meeting of tho board will bo
held this evening In ex-Alderman
CONDITION OF THE INJURED.
The West Side residents, who were
bo, badly shaken up and Injured In the
fctreet ear collision of Sunday after
noon on Tiefcott avenue, are doing
fairly well, with one exception. Tho
exception Is' Mis. William M. Howells,
of Price strfet, whose condition still
remains somewhat serious. Mrs. How
lls had been ill for bom time with
pleuro-pneumonla and had only re
covered sulflclently to go out during
the previous wtek. In her naturally
weakened state of health' the personal
fright, her anxiety for her baby, aril
the Jar she received In being thrown
from the cor, these things combined as
a set-back. A thorough diagnosis of
her condition Is at present impossible,
but proper care and quietness will no
doubt produce good results. The oth
ers will soon entirely recover.
AT THE STATION HOUSE.
Three occupant of the West Side
station house were committed to the
county Jail yesterday afternoon after
a hearing !c fore Alderman Owen D.
John. They were Constantine Manu
ka, of North Hyde Park avenue; Frank
WoshenskI, of Division street, and
Mike Grancha, Dodgetown. Manukai
was arrested for beating hl3 Wife and
not being able to pay a line of $5 was
pent up for twenty days. WoshenskI
is the man who so brutally cut his
boarding house keeper, Mrs. Hutchlck
on Sunday. He was committed for
We needn't tell you that Foulards have first place
this year among Summer Silks. Plenty reasons why
this is so, but the mere statement will suffice here.
We Secured 100 Pieces Foulards
At very much less than their actual values. Makes and
styles are the best we've seen this season, and the
prices we quote for them (excellence of character con
sidered) beats all records.
25 Pieces Foulards
Mostly dark grounds, and excep
tionally fine styles for a medium
grade silk. Same quality as we got
4 Special Price, 29c
20 Pieces Fqulards
Light or dark grounds, with new
, and novel effects. Same quality as
usually brings 65c.
Special Price, 43c
We've Got 'Em
If you've tried it during the past few months, you
. know that it has been next to impossible to find Taffetas
1 so much. in vogue for waists and fancy linings. For
the first time since the opening of the season we can
safely say that we can fill yonr wants, no matter what
your ideas may be.
YiJT"" MlllJ"MI W'l i j?'Ml M l
twenty days In default of $5 fine.
Grancha was beastly drunk on Satur
day and was assigned fifteen days or
$3 line. He will spend the fifteen days
FORTUNE FAVOnED THEM.
Casper Ellland, of 193S Trice street,
nurrowly c'fraped death In the Urlggs
mines yesterday morning by being
caught under a heavy fall of top coal.
As It was he was severely Injured,
having his hands terribly lacerated.
Ills scalp was cut and his body bruis
ed. He was conveyed to his home and
Dr. George U. Reynolds called to at
tend him. Mr. EMand's laborer es
caped without anything more serious
than a fright. Both men owe their
'deliverance from being crushed to the
fact that they were standing near two
nars which had been run Into tho
chamber for loading. The cars with
stood the fall and the men were saved.
WEST SIDE ACCIDENTS.
Mrs. Sablna Harrison, of Cameron
avenue, is suffering from a broken
wrist. The Injury was the result of the
handle of the windlass slipping from
her grasp and striking the wrist. She
was hoisting a pall of water from the
well at the time.
By the premature explosion of n
charged "hole," Henry Sammon, of
Twenty-first street, was badly Injured
on Saturday. The explosion was due
to a defective squib and occurred be
fore the miner could reach a place of
safety. Mr. Sammon, who Is employed
at the Central mines, was attended by
Dr. J. J. Carroll and Is now resting
Horace Farrell and family, of Price
street, have removed to Providence.
Thomas Flannlgan, of Plttston, vis
ited West Side friends on Sunday. Mr.
Flannlgan Is a former West Side, resi
dent. Daniel Slote, of Dalevllle, visited
West Side friends on Sunday.
Miss Julia O'Brien, of Luzerne street,
entertained Miss Mary Delaney, of Al
bany, N. Y., and Mrs. Kate E. Hurd,
of the South Side, Sunday.
F. II. Blume, of Baltimore, Is visiting
at the home of his brother, William
Blume, of North Main avenue.
Geoige W. Clarke, of Clarke Bros.,
has returned from a recent business
trip to New York city.
Mls Nellie Moore, of Factoryvllle, Is
visiting Miss Anna Renchler, of North
Mrs. George W. Phillips, of North
Sumner avenue, has returned from a
short sojourn In- the country.
School Controller George B. Carson
and wife visited friends In Honesdale
Dr. L. H. Glbbs, of South Main ave
nue, hus returned from Philadelphia,
where he attended the Jubilee of the
American Medical association.
City School Suprlntendent George
Howell has gone to Philadelphia on
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
St. Leo's Battalion are preparing for
their annual outing to be held Satur
day, July 3. A meeting was held in
their parlors on Sunday and a commit-
25 Pieces Foulards
and China Silks, Cheney Bros', cele
brated goods, 24 Inches wide, and
every pattern, an exclusive design
not to be had elsewhere In this
city. Same as we asked 85c. for.
Special Price, 65c
25 Pieces Foulards
Cheney Bros', highest grade that
are known all over the states as
the best $1.00 value procurable. The
designs are the very latest and all
Special Price, 75c
tee of arrangements chosent M, J.
Henlgan Is chairman of the committee.
The funeral services of the late- Mrs.
Charlotte Jones, of South Hyde Park
avenue, will be held tomorrow after
noon nt 2 p. m. in the First Welsh
Kaiser lodge, No. 269, German Or
der Harl Garl, will hold a plcnlo at
Wahler's grove on Saturday, June 12,
In celebration of their twenty-fifth an
niversary. We laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry.
The funeral services of the late Pat
rick F. Hughes, of 224 Emmet street,
were held on Sunday afternoon at the
Church of the lloly Cross, Bellevue.
Rev. Father William P. O'Donnell offi
ciated and preached a beautiful sermon.
There was a large attendance of friends
and relatives and the Diamond Mine ac
cidental fund were present In a. body.
Interment was made In the Hyde Park
Catholic cemetery. Those who acted as
pall-bearers were: Evan Thomas, Da
vid Williams, Martin and Thomas De
vlne, Charles Kelly.
The latest and best styles. Roberts,
126 North Main. "
Stephen Projesnlchs, the demented
Polander, who was picked up at ths
residence of Mrs. George Seal, of Key
ser avenue, on Friday last, was taken
to the Ransom township poor farm on
Dr. E. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Mears
Hall. 113 S. Main avenue.
West Side Business Directory
B. G. MORGAN & SON. NOTARIE3
Public, Real Estate, Foreign Exchange
and Ocean Ticket Agents. Rents col
lected. Prompt monthly Battlements.
Ofllce 1104 Jacksor. street, over Mus
grave's drug store.
HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST. Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
104 South Main avenue; two doors from
SECOND HAND FURNITURE Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. c. King, 701 to 709 West Lack
The wife of Patrolman May is se
riously 111 at her home on Parker street.
Benjamin Jenkins, of Throop street,
Is suffering with a mild attack of diph
theria. All members of Marquette1 Council,
Young Men's Institute, are requested to
be present this evening at a business
meeting of special Importance.
R. J, Richards, of Osterhout's store,
spent yesterday with friends In Tay
lor. The funeral of James Kennedy will
take place this morning at 8 o'clock
from the family residence on Thomp
son street. The remains will be taken
to Clifford for burial.
Mrs. Bridget Maloney was arraigned
last evening before Alderman Roberts
at the instance of Mrs. Ellen Kline,
who alleged that Mrs. Maloney commit
ted an assault upon her and made
threats. The defendant was held in
$500 ball for her appearance at court.
William Pulaskus was arrested yes
terday by Constable Seth Smith on a
charge of aggravated assault and bat
tery, preferred by Thomas Burgonos,
The accused was given a hearing last
evening before Alderman Fldler. Froi-i
the testimony given by Burgonos It
appears that he was fortunate that
Pulaskus did not behead him with an
ax, as was his evident Intention. Per
Bons who saw the assault Intercepted
the blow. As It was Burgonos sus
tained a badly battered head and a
bruised face. Pulaskus was held In 5500
ball for his appearance at court, and
n: default was committed.
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will hold an evangelistic meeting
this afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Brooks, 1371 Capouse avenue. All are
Royal Van Gorder returned yesterday
from Hawley, where he has been
spending a few days.
Miss Mamie Rhodes, of Elmhurst,
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. J.
Peck, of dapouse avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dunn and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Alvord spent Sunday with
Mrs. Alvord's mother at Clark's Sum
mit. F. C. Millard, of Woodlawn park,
who has been quite ill for the past few
weeks, is again able to resume his
Frank Pickering, of Peckvllle, was a
caller on George Dolph, of Capouse
avenue, this week.
Miss Bessie Goss, Miss Rhoda Broad
hurst, Rev. Charles Prosser, Aaron
Powell and Edward Ibbelson will go to
Avoca this morning as delegates from
the Primitive Methodist church on East
Market street to the county Sunday
school convention of that denomination
to be held there today.
The King's Daughters of the Presby
terian church will hold their meeting
this evening at 8 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. M. R. Kays, corner Delaware
street and Sanderson avenue.
Mrs. George Brown and daughter,
Mabel, have returned to their home on
Sanderson avenue after spending a
couple of weeks In Wllllamsport.
Mr. Coakley, of Capouse avenue, lost
a valuable wheel about 10 o'clock Sun
day night. He left it standing In the
front yard while he went In the house
and uoon returning a few minutes
later discovered that the wheel had
been taken. No trace of the thief has
as yet been discovered.
The regular monthly business meet
ing and Boclal of the Willing Workers
of the Baptist church will be held this
evening at the home of Frank Edgar
on Penn avenue. All members are
urged to be present as a good time is
Miss Helen Mason, of Chicago, is tho
guest of Green Ridge friends.
The annual meeting of tho Young
Women's Christian association will be
held at the central rooms, 205 Wash
ington avenue, tonight at 7.30 o'clock.
All the members and friends of the
South Side association are invited. An
interested programme is promised. Miss
Tlmberman will sing. Thursday eve
ning at South Side roomB, Mrs. E. H.
Ripple will give a talk on "How to
Make Our Homes Attractive."
We laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry.
The marriage of Miss Minnie Rich
ards to John Ellis, of Church street,
will be solemnized Thursday evening
at the home of the bride's parents on
Cards aw out announcing, the ap
proaching marrlaga of Miss Elizabeth
Wert to Sutler Hopkins,
Tho Pennsylvania Coal company will
pay their miners today.
- Mrs. Eliza ttobblns, of Williams
street, h'as returned from a short visit
with relatives in Green Bldgi.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Merit Swin
gle, of Bunker Hill, a daughter.
The No. 6 Cornet band of Dunmore
will hold their first annual ball in
Harmony hall, Friday evening. June
11. Admission, 25 cents.
The Misses Mame Wllbort and Nellie
Fred wrick, of Avoca, are tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bird, of Little
For tho pafct four months the Chinese
laundryman at tho corners has been
greatly annoyed and often abused by
a crowd of young touahs who gather
nightly outsldo of his shop door nnd
make life miserable for h'lm. One of
the pranks played by tho boys was
to blow out the lights in tho shop
and then smear up tho clean linen
with mud. Yesterday the boy were
unusuilly boisterous. Kim Sing caught
tho ringleader of the gang and deter
mined to make an example of him.
He was given a hearing before 'Squire
Cooney lost night. Owing to lack of
evidence the case wa3 adjourned until
next Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts, of
Chicago, HI., are visiting Mrs. Roberts'
parents on Main street.
Miss Ray Morgans is visiting friends
in Miners' Mills.
Misses Anna Cuslck and Winifred
Hlgglns returned yesterday from a,
few days' visit with Plttston friends.
The township teachers were paid yes
terday. The Lackawanna township school
board met yesterday at No. 1 school.
The old board which attracted so much
widespread notoriety during their reg
ime for the numerous deadlocks on
trifling matters held a short session
and adjourned sine die. The retiring
members were Hlgglns and Foley,
Democrats, who arc succeeded by Wil
liam Thomas, Republican, and Thomas
F. Coyne, Democrat. Thomas R, Lov
orlng was chosen, president vice ex
Assembly Man O'Lenah'an, who welld
ed the gavel the past year. The latter
received the secretaryship. John Mc
Crlndle was elected treasurer In the
place of Director King. The new board
is made up of Messrs. McCrlndle,
Thomas and Loverlng, Republicans,
and Coyne, King and O'Lenahan, Dem
Dr. E. J. Longshore died yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock at his home, 327
Not th Washington avenue. The direct
cause of death was the Injuries Dr.
Longshore sustained by a. fall on the
Ice pave on Lackawanna avenue last
December. He suffered contusion on
the head and back from which he nev
er sufficiently recovered to resume ac
tive practice. About a week ago his
condition became serious and he was
compelled to 'take to his bed under the
treatment of Drs. Blanohard, Murray
and Kellar. During Sunday the patient
failed alarmingly and during the, night
tho physicians were constantly at his
bed side. Dr. Longshore was born In
Hazleton In 1844. He came to Scranton
fourteen years ago and has been a
well known physician since. The de
ceased is survived by five children:
Mrs. C. D. Yost, Mrs. Bertha Hughes,
and Miss Jennie Longshore, of this
city; Dr. A. B. Longshore, and Eugene
A. Longshore, of Hazleton. He also
leaves a wife. The funeral will be held
Wednesday afternoon from the family
residence, 327 Washington avenue.
Truman Whipple, an old and respect
ed resident of Carbondale, a veteran of
the late war and a member of William
H. Davles' post, No. 187, passed away
yesterday. Mr. Whipple was a mem
ber of Company B, One Hundred and
Forty-third Pennsylvania, volunteers.
He entered the service in 1864, and was
engaged in many of the battles of
Grant's campaign. He assisted In re
moving Major Cunningham, of Wllkes
Barre, from the field after he had been
wounded In the Battle of the Wilder
ness. The One Hundred and Forty
third volunteers was called the Lu
zerne regiment, having been recruited
entirely In this section under Colonel
Dana. The William H. Davles' post
will attend the funeral of their late
comrade in uniform tomorrow after
noon at his late residence at 3 o'clock.
Rev. T. E. Jepson, of the Carbondale
Baptist church, will officiate.
Mrs. Charlotte Rhodes died at .the
home of Lyman Green, Fleetville, Pa.,
Monday morning at 3 o'clock. Mrs.
Rhodes was the youngest sister of our
townsman, George B. Sprague, (and
mother of M. C. Rhodes, of Lake Sher
idan, who is well known here. Fu
neral services will be held at the
Arch school house Wednesday at 2
o'clock. Rev. H. H. Wilbur will con
duct the services and Funeral Director
George W. Stanton will have charge.
Mrs. Rhodes was 76 years old and a
life-long resident of Wyoming county.
WHAT BECAME OF JACKSON.
Arrested and Hrought to 'Jihls City,
but Cannot Ite Found.
George Jackton, of Dunmore, was
making anxious Inquiries about the
city last night for his son, Joseph
Jackson. Mr. Jackson owns a farm at
Wlmmers, which is worked by his son.
Last night about 6 o'clock the son and
a stiange man drove up to the father's
house at Dunmore, and Joseph said
that ho was under arrest and the
strange man was a constable.
"Why didn't you have a hearing at
Wlmmers?" asked the father.
"He wouldn't let me," replied the son
pointing to the officer. "Just made me
get right In tne buggy with him and,
Then the Impatient officer put the
whip to the horse and before the as
tonished Mr. Jackson realized what
had happened his son was disappear
ing down the road In a cloud of dust.
He went to one of his neighbors and
told him the story and together they
came to this city. They made the
rounds of the aldermen's offices, but
no trace of young Mr. Jackson could
be found, nor was anything known
about him at the county Jail or central
police station, Ofllcer and prisoner had
disappeared as effectually as if they
had sunk Into the earth.
At 11 o'clock last night Mr. Jack
son, sr., gave up the search and re
turned weary and dejected to his home.
BEER WAGON BLOCKED THE TRACK.
Trnclion Cnmnnnv Prosecutes Driver
Lydncr Before Aldormun lUillnr.
John Lydner, a driver of a beer
wagon for the E. Robinson's Sons
biewery, "was airalgncd before Alder
man Millar yesterday afternoon charg
ed with wilfully blocMng traffic on the
lines of the Scranton Railway com
pany. The case Is intended as a (est
case to establish tho company's right
of way on its lines.
LyVier, 't Friday, refused to re
move his wann from the car track on
Swetland street. The par was delayed
fifteen and one-half minutes and wit
nesses were present. yesterday to tea-
tify to the delay, Lydn-er made no de
fense) Th company claims that "the
act of I960" makes the .obstruction of
their lines a misdemeanor.
Alderman Millar reserved his deci
sion until this afternoon,
ALMOST CAME TO BLOWS.
Attorney Vldnver nnd Fordlnnndo
Arigont Have nn Encounter.
Attorney Nathan Vldaver and Fer
dlnando Arigont, who was prosecu
tor In a case before Alderman Howe
last evening In which Vldaver was de
fending Louis Freldman, almost came
to blows during the hearing of tho case.
Arigont was suing Freldman for the
value of a partition nnd some hen coop
wire. The amount at stake was $4. B0.
Freedman entered two offsets, one for
$3.75 which was for a suit of clothes
said to have been purchased by Ari
gont at Freedman's Penn avenue store
and never paid for.
The other offset was an account of
$2.7C which Freldman claimed had
never been paid for boards which Ari
gont got. This was the torch which
set afire Attorney Vldaver and tho
equally loquacious Mr. Arigont.
They said all sorts of things about
each other, Mr. Vldaver bringing the
full battery of his powers to the front
in the encounter. It came to Buch a
pass finally that Alderman Howe se
verely told them to "get out;" that "he
didn't want any of their buslnes In his
The case was really amusing but the
principals were dreadfully In earnest.
Alderman Howe reserved his decision.
He stated last night to a Tribune re
porter that as he felt then he would
make the award In favor of Arlgonl.
Freldman swore last night at the hear
ing that if Arlgonl did not give ball the
suit of clothes he (Freidman) would
tear them from his body.
A VOCALIST AND ACROBAT.
He Hails from Chicago nnd1 Is in
Scnrch of Work.
Mrs. Duggnn, the official purveyor of
entertainment at the city hall, Intro
duced a new vaudeville artist yester
day. He Is George Ludlum, a 14-year-old
boy, who halls fiom Chicago, and
says he Is looking for work. He Is a
vocalist and acrobat.
Yesterday afternoon young Ludlum
entertained nearly all of the employe.?,
of the building In the office of the
chief of police. He first sang a touch
ing ballad which contained something
to the effect that she would not desert
her father even though his shoes were
run down at the heel and she was
living in a brownstone front. It was
sung with an earnestness that quite
affected the audience.
Then Mr. Ludlum showed his versa
tility by turning cartwheels, hand
springs and somersaults, concluding
his entertainment with another vocal
number that made the rafters shake.
Last night he slept In the Rescue
Mission and today Mrs. Duggan will
endeavor to find employment for him.
PERMANENT MAN SUSPENDED.
He Is Charged with Doing Drunk
While on Duty.
Charles Beckett, permanent man at
the Eagle Hose house, was suspended
for drunkenness while on duty Satur
day by Chief of the Fire Department
P. J. HIckey. Beckett's suspension will
take the form of a discharge from fur
ther service after today.
Chief HIckey himself round the per
manent man In a drunken condition
Saturday at the Hose house. He had
been charged with the same thing
twice before, and at each time he has
been reinstated after a term of sus
pension. Chief HIckey reported the case
to Mayor Bailey yesterday. Beckett
contrary to his agreement with the
chief, did not put in an appearance at
the city hall yesterday. Mayor Bailey
will wait until today, when Beckett will
be peremptorily discharged.
He was appointed on Sept. 4, 1S93.
His successor will be elected at a
meeting of the Eagle company tonight.
THE NEW LIFE IN THE ORIENT.
Discussed by n Number of Papers at
the Missionary Meeting.
The city missionary societies held a
union meeting yesterday afternoon at
the Elm Park church. Mrs. G. T. Price
presided and conducted the opening
service of prayer and Scriptural read
ing. The subject of the meeting was
"The New Life In the Orient."
Mrs. J. S. Miller and Mrs. J. W. Tut
tle read papers on India and Japan re
spectively, and Miss Reed read personal
letters received from workers in Japan.
Miss B. T. Jayne sang a delightful solo,
followed by a paper on China read by
Mrs. A.' H. Lancaster. Mrs. J. W. Vail
told of "The Conquering Power of the
Orient" and a recitation was given by
Miss Myrtle Mills.
At the business meeting held after
ward a committee consisting of rep
resentatives from each society, was
appointed to arrange programmes for
the forthcoming meetings. There will
be no meeting In September owing to
the holding of the district convention
In that month.
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perfect relief In all cases of Organic
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It Is a peerless remedy for Palpitation,
Shottness of Breath.Smothering Spells,
Pain In Left Side, and all symptoms
of a diseased Heart. One dose con
vinces. Sold by Matthews Bros.
To Cure n Cold in One Dny.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
fails to cure. 25 cents.
ROYAL ARCANUM DAY
1877 Twentieth Anniversary 180 7
Will Be Celebrated at
JUNE 23, 1897,
I1V COUNCILS OF LUZEHNE, LACKA
WANNA AND WAYNE COUNTIES.
TWELVE-MILE UIOYOLK TRACK
AROUND THE LAKE.
BICYCLES CARRIED FREE
SPECIALLY LOW HATES FROM ALL
STATIONS ON D, fc II. AND L. V. RAIL
For Men's Wear,
Men appreciate a Imrgnln, onco inn while. We've picked from our Men's
Furnishing Stock FIVE lots of men's Hummer wearables, and we're going to
give you n bnrgaln benefit for the next few days. You know a good thing when
you sco 1L Come in nnd Inspect those:
100 dozen of Men' Half lloso, Including Merino Finish, Tans nnd
Black, mil seamless, strictly fast color, regular price 10c the pair. O C
Special, 3 pairs for..." .! , XOC
CO dozen of Men's Ilalbrlggan Underwear, Shirts nnd Drawers, never
mado to retail for less than SUo. nud GOo. Hpeclal for 2Sc and Qp
60 dozen of Men's White Shirts, made of good muslin, rolnforced front
and back, nil tho latest improvements, BOc. tho world over. Spec- ?n.
75 dozen of Men's Ncgllgco Shirts, cut 3(1 Inches long, cholco patterns,
strictly faBt colors, 10 different patterns, 00c. vuiue. Hpeclal for a ACIn
few days tyC
100 dozen of Men's Neckwear, Including Tecks and Four-ln.Itnnds, a
new choice lino of lieautirul patterns, rogulnr 60c. and T7 nn, jc
76c. values. Your choice XOC UIH1 IOC
Our Complete Line of MILLINERY, including Trimmings
of all kinds, Trimmed and Untrinuncd Hats, at Greatly Re
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Best in. the Market.
Drexel Lawn Mowers,
Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.7.5, $3.00
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
All sizes. The most per
fect refrigerator manu
T 8 CONNELL CO,,
434 Lackawanna Ave.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. BATESON, 337 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a, m. to 4 p. m. Tumors, Skin,
Surgical and Nervous Diseases a Spe
DR. C. L. FRBY HAS REMOVED HIS
offices to tho Jewell Building. 305 Spruce
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D.. HOME
opathlst. No. 22S Adams avenue.
DR A. TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
llce hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 3
a. m. to 6 p.m. .
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 512 NORTH WASH
DR ANNA LAW, 30S WYOMING AVE.
Ofllce hours, 9-11 a. m., 1-3 p. m., 7-S p. m.
DR L. M. GATES, ROOMS 207 AND 20S
Board of Trade building. Offlco hours,
S to 9 a. m.. 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi
dence 309 Madison avenue.
DR C. L FREA3, SPECIALIST IN
Rupture Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion Oftlco telephone 1363. Hours: 10 to
12. 2 to 4, 7 to .
DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE 231
Adams Residence, 1318 Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary organs u specialty. Houro
1 to 4 p. n.
W. G. .ROOK, VETERINARY SUR
geon. Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital. 124 Linden street, Scranton.
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Burr building, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY.
Rooms 312-13-14 Commonwealth Bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY. ATTORNEYS-at-law,
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scranton,
JDSSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. JESSUP.
W. H. JESSUP, JR.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND.
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and21.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-at-Law.
Rooms EH, 515 and 510, Board
of Trade Building.
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Ofllce,, Wyoming ave., Scranton.
L A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave,, Scranton, Pa.
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
C. COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nue and Spruce street.
B. F. KILLIAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law,
45 Commonwealth bldg., Scran
ton. WA'TSON, DIEHL. HALL & KEMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6, 7. 8. 9 and 10; third floor.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY, COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
I For bIo by JOHN H. PHELPS,
( Spruoo Street. Scranton, Pa.
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
The Weston Mill Go
son, Mill Miiie.
PERCIVAL J. MORRIS. ARCHITECT,
Board of Trade Building.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 24. 23 and 20, Commonwqalth,
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICH
rear of 600 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR.. ARCHITECT..
435 Spruco St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price building, 12S Wushlngton avenue,
T. I. LACEY & SON. ARCHITECTS.
Traders' National Bank.
DR. F. L. M'GRAW, 303 SPRUCE
street. DR. H. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON. 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH. 115 Wyoming ave.
R. M. STRATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
change. WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA.
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS. M. E, DAVIS. 430 Adams avenue.
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 611 LACKA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa,, manufac
turer of Wire Screens,
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Scranton. Pa., prepares boys and girls
for college or business; thoroughly,
trains young children. Catalogue at re
REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER H. BUDLL.
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Sprlns
term April 13. Kindergarten HO per term.
G. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nurservmen; store 146 Washington ave
nue; green house, 1350 North Main ave
nue; store telephone, 7S2.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 123 and 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. 55EIGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu
rooean Plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dines and concert work furnished; For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conduotbr,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'a
MEGAROEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS''
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington- avenue,
FRANK P. BROWN & CO, WHOLE
ale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and,
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20.
Williams Building, opposite postofllce.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBUSHING CO.,
North Washington Avenue Llnotypa
Composition of all kinds quickly done.
Facilities unsurpassed in this region.
When In doubt what to use tot
Nervous Debility. Loss ci Power,
Impotcncy .Atrophy, Varicocele and
other weaknesses, from auy cause.
use Sexlae Pills. Drains checked
and full Tlgor quickly restored.
If nee iMted. l.oa treabU. rMQll bitty.
Mailed for $J.00;obos J5.00. With
$5.00 orders we give a guarantee to
cure or refund the money. Address
fbAL MLUiumt uu.i ueTCiaaa, u.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avonuo and