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THE PCI?ANT01T TJtIBUNE-MONDAY MOUNTS. SBPl'ESIBBR 27. 18!T.
WILLIE JORDAN BURIED.
The I'uuornl Services Wcro Contlucteil
In ht. Patrick's Catholic Church.
The Inst Bail net In the recent tragic
nllllctlon which visited Mr. and Mrs.
Jolin V. Jordan, of C12 West Lacka
wanna Avenue, was completed yes
terday afternoon when their son Willie
was laid at rest In the Hyde Park
catholic cemetery. As Is known tho
hoy died last Friday evening from
hvdtophobln and yesterday ufternoon.
tho lcmalns were borne to St. Patricks
church where services were held In the
presence of u large number of relatives
and sympathizing friends of the bere
At tho close of tho services, the
funeral cortege moved to the cemetery
where Interment was made. The (low
er bearers were K. Burnett, P. McIIale,
Edward and Joseph Hurke. The pall
bearers were John nnd Francis Fad
den, Thomas Burke and John O'Don
nell. TOOT BALL. GAME.
Base ball has given way to the fall
snort of foot ball and the Initial game
of thu season was played on Saturday
afternoon on the Falrvlevv common,
near No. 13 school The opposing
teams were fiom public schools No 13
nnd No. 14. The score resulted In a tic,
4-4. Principal David Owens, of No. 13,
acted as umpire, and Principal James
It Hughes, of No. II, was referee. It
was nri exciting contest and as evi
denced by the score the players were
almost evenly matched The touch
down made by Gordon Williams, left
tackle for No. 14, It Is claimed, was the
result of a lluUe. Oliver Williams,
right half for No 13, made their touch
down after a run of 30 jards around
light end. The line-up of the teams
was as follows:
NO. 13. NO. 14.
Phillips light end ... . H. Miller
Thorn is ....right tnckle ..G. Williams
Appog.tr ... light su.ird H. Powell
Collins center J. Lewis
Clark left guard U. EynonJ
Kelly lift tackle..., ..J. Thom-is
Mitov era. ...lift end S. Thomas
I.tulx.. .. quirter back S? Lewis
Lewis .... right half..'.. C. Carpenter
Williams... . left half W. Harris
Dlthl fullback L McHugh
WON riRST PRIZES.
Mis William W Chase, of North
Bromley Avenue, Is the receplent of
lle fl!t.t pi ires for mtiles of her ar
tistic handwoik in tho linen drawn
woik and hand painted china class at
the Pittston fair last week. The honor
was entliely unexpected as Mrs Chase
did not entend to enter but fi lends at
Pitthton took the liberty of exhibiting
her woik. The fiist prize on every one
of her peices of work fell to her lot.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT CHARGED
Po much tiouble hab been caused of
late by a gang of lndlscieet youths
and oftentimes men who aie old
enough to know better, who congie
gate upon the poieh of W. T. Smith's
general stole on North Main nenue,
and conduct themueles like hoodlums,
that extieine measuies hae been
adopted. Anests have been made be
foie, but of lnte things have giown
worse nnd lst evening Patiolman
1 Jll JH2Mj' '
It's true, the season is still young too early one
would almost say for slaughtering prices in the face
of a rising market.
The Duration of This
Sale is Only for One Week
However, and ns the piotracted hot
weather has made the season back
date! so fai, we have detei mined to
give trade a boost that will keep re
echoing and leverberatlng through
the local hills and valleys, till
Cluistmas next, when Fall nnd
Winter diess selling practically
comes to a close.
We Have Not Paid l
the New Tariff Duties
On a single yard of matetlal yet and
for a week, at any rate, you need
not vvnuy over the advance that
must follow. Buy your every day
gowns while this sale lasts, and
jouil get them for less money than
was ever known in
Although this statement may ap
Seven Makes and Grades
at 3 Popular Prices.
35 pieces 3S-Inch crochet suitings,
splendid range of color combina
This Sale Begins Today
and Lasts One Week Only.
I fj j 1 1 ' ijiin n 1 111-1 11 miJiimm " ; wu 1 'iii''V'wwii;hii J'J'.?' ' w i mi 'Cvi
Peters succeeded In capturing one of
the miscreants. Ho wns given a hear
ing and fined $3 for the fun of creat
ing n noise by pounding the latge
boxes which stand on the porch.
Arthur Murphy may have been Inno
cent of the charge of disorderly con
duct, ns he claims, but he was where
he ought not to have been.
NEW STOnR BUILDING.
Tho West Scranton merchant's are
decldely progressive as Is proven by
the erection and occupation of a com
modious store building at tho corner
of Jackson Street and Hyde Park
Avenues by Morgan Thomas. The
building Is a double two-story frame
building. The ground floor Is devoted
to store purpose, Mr. Thomns canylng
a complete line of dry goods and gro
ceries. The upper Hoor Is occupied as
a residence by Mr. Thomas nnd family
Tho store Is well lighted with large
show windows nnd Is adapted to Its
uses. Nice sidewalks are laid on both
streets and the rear of the store a cov
ered loading place Is arranged. All
the old vacant spots or land marks
within n radius of eight or ten blocks
of the corner of Jackson Street and
Main Avenue are giving way to the
more modern dwelling house or busi
On Wednesday evening next a tes
timonial concert will bo given Evan
Miles church chorister by the mem
bers of the Welsh Calvanlstlc Meth
odist church, of which Rev. Hugh
Davles Is pastor The affair Is being
arranged In appreciation of Mr, Miles
services for several years, he also be
ing on the eve of departure to reside
permanently In British Columbia, Mr.
Miles Is well known as a tenor soloist
of ability. He and his family are now
residing on Washburn Street and ex
pect to depart the beginning of next
week, for their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Lewis, of
Kingston, spent the Sabbath with
West Scranton friends.
Robert Williams, who has been
spending a few days with hl.s parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ebenezer Williams, of
Chestnut street, returned to McAdoo
Winfleld Fellows, son of Hon. John
II. Fellows, and a graduate of Lafay
ette college, left. Saturday for Phila
delphia, to assume a position with a
prominent electrical company there.
Mr. and Mrs William Pickering, of
Pilceburg. lslted Mr and Mrs. W. B.
Owen, of Oak stieet, yesterday.
Miss Daisy Wash, of Ninth Street,
Is the guest of friends at Hawley.
Mr, and Mrs. Frank B. Metz, of
Tenth Street, ate entertaining Mr. and
Mis. Evan Keen, of Berwick
Mrs. M J Fahey, of North Main
Avenue, Is visiting friends at Blngham
ton. Mrs. Noah Roderick, of Ninth Street,
is the guest of friends nt Hazelton.
Mrs. J. M. Eaton, of Tenth Street,
Is visiting at Bloomsburg.
Mis Claia McDonald, of Seventh
Street, Is home from a visit nt Buffalo,
Rev. J. B. Sweet, pastor of the Simp
son church, preached at Tunkhannock
Miss Alice Durven, of Swetland
tions, in a comfortable, early Fall
33 pieces 38-Inch novelty suitings
in the following two tone effects:
Purple and Black, Garnet and
Black. Mvrtle and Black. Carrlln.-ii
and Black. Three colors In same
cloth Navy, Green nnd Black,
Blown, Green and Black.
Your choice of seventy pieces
At 29c a Yard
35 pieces raw silk and wool nov
elties, a most effective cloth In tho
following color combinations: Old
Ro.'-e and Gieen, Black and Green,
Brown nnd Green, Black and Grey'
Navy and Giey, etc. '
25 pieces 3S-lnch twine weave
suitings In the most attractive
color mixture Imaginable.
20 nieces 3S-lnch nil wool broken
check suitings, medium shades, in
dtessy, Tall color harmonies.
Your choice of S styles,
At 35c a Yard
25 pieces 38-Inch superb all wool
tweed suitings. In cortect effects for
stylish, up-to-date suits.
25 pieces 3S-lnch line boucle suit
ings, mixed blends of popular
Your choice of fifty pieces
At 45c a Yard
Street, Is the guest of friends nt Hazel
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cuslck, of
Price Street, arc home from a Bojourn
at Atlantic City,
Miss Cora Phillips, of this side, at
the wedding of Miss Laura J. Orllllths,
of Lansford, to Dr. J. W. Mnck, of
Wllkcs-Barre, at Lansford last Wed
nesday, sang during tho ceremony In
a manner which evoked many compli
mentary comments by the friends pres
ent. The Mauch Chunk Dally Times
pays a high tribute to Miss Phillips'
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
A Polander wns brought from the
Continental last evening to tho West
Side hospital to have a bad wound on
his forehead dressed. The fellow would
not state his name or explain how ho
tecelved his Injury, other than that
"he be fightln'." The wound was about
four Inches long and seemingly was
made with a blunt Instrument.
Edward Mullen was fined $4 In police
court vesteidny morning on 'a charge
of drunkenness. The fine was paid.
The Eellevue Republican club will
hold a meeting at their rooms, on
South Main avenue, Tuesday evening,
Sept. 28 All members are invited to
The Musical Culture class of the
Plymouth Congregational church will
meet this evening. Important busi
ness wld be transacted. Every mem
ber Is ur,;ed to be present.
Edith, the two-yenr-old granddaugh
ter of Mi and Mis. John L. Davis, of
Archbald street, was Interred at the
Washburn street cemetery on Satur
day afternoon. The services were held
at the residence of the grandparents,
nnd a laige number of persons were
presert. The llornl tributes were very
beautiful. Rev J. Ti Moirls, pastor of
the Welsh Calvlnistlc Methodist
church of Bellevue, officiated.
The funeral of Bridget, the Infant
daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Dona
hoe, of North Main Avenue, took place
Saturday afternoon from the parental
residence. Many friends of the bere
aved parents were present. Interment
was made at tho jlydo Park cthollo
The Devlne Saint lodge, Truo Ivor
Ites, meet's at Co-operation hall, North
Main Avenue, this evening. The re
cently purchased badges will bo dis
tributed and another literary contest
will be entered Into These after busi
ness affairs are becoming popular with
West Sidn Business Directory.
MRS. FEN TON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
prhcnologlst, 412 North Main avenue,
SECOND HAND I URNITURB Cash for
nnything you have to sell. Fundture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tho
stock of J. c. King, 701 to 703 West .lack.
aw anna avenue
The Provldenco Presbyterian church
was the scene of a large nnd Interest
ing gathering of Christian Endeavorcrs
last evenhg. The object of the meeting
wns to heal tho reports and results of
tho great Christian Endeavor conven
tion, held In San Francisco, recently
by the delegates that were sent there
to represent the various societies of tho
city. Tho meeting was opened with a
short song service, led by C. H Chandler,
after which Rev. Giorge E. Guild prayed.
Tho Christian Endeavor choir of this
end then nng an anthem with pleasing
effect under tho leadership of Professor
Reeso Watklns. A carefully prepared pa
per, entitled "Enrouto to San Francisco,"
was rend by Miss Margaret Davis, who
was followed by D J. Phillips, whoso
subject was 'Our Country." Miss Loulso
Williams remaiked upon "Aggressive
Work In Christian Endeavor." The hymn
"1 Am Thine. Oh Lord" was sung by
the congregation "Consecration Ser
vice" was treatinl by Miss May Benedict,
nnd sho was followed by C I. Paine. His
subject was "Results of Christian En
deavor Enthusiasm" Tho congregation
then joined In singing tho beautiful
hmn "Keep Step With tho Master."
Tho remarks of the delegates were fol
lowed by "Ono Minute's Impression," by
tho delegates nnd friends, and was tho
means of eliciting talks of great Inter
est to those present. The reports of tho
delegates wcio of a high ordet, being
Instructive and interesting, nnd were
greatly appreciated Tho service was
concluded with singing tho hymn "God
Bo With You Till Wo Meet Agnln."
William Hotchklss, of Montreal, Is vis
iting J R. Peck, of Belmont Terrace.
MesMs. Thomas S. Athcrton. Dudley R.
Atherton, T. C. Peck nnd G. C. Guild
returned jestcrday from Mt. Pleasant,
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw, of
Wnyno avenue, a son.
T. J. Rej nolds, of North Main avenue,
Is visiting relatives at Brooklyn, Pa.
Mrs. George Anderson, of Putnam
street, returned Saturday from Wilkes,
Daniel Blackwcll, of Nantlcoke, who
has been visiting relatives In this end
during tho past week, returned to his
homo last evening.
Sir. and Mrs. J. J. Chenoweth cele
brated tho twenty-fifth anniversary of
their mnnlage at their home, on Wnyno
nvcnuo, last Saturday evening. A dainty
lepast was served Tho presents were
numerous and costly. Those present
weio- Rev. Mr. und Mrs, Edgar, Mr.
nnd Mis Thomas Meredith, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Edgar Limerciux, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Colloway, Sir and Sirs srerton
Calkins, Sirs. Sarah Robinson and daugh
ter, Lizzie, SIlses Euphemla Wells,
Blanche Blsblng, Slagglo Davis, Gcrtrudo
Chenoweth, Nettle Davis and Sir. Joo
SIlss Knto Mnnley, of Brick avenue,
Is sojourning nt Syracuse, N. Y.
The North End Stars and tho Anthra
cites, of tho central city, will play a
game of basket ball In Company II
armory this evening
Sliss Laura Jennings, of Hazleton, is
visiting friends in thiH end.
A business meeting of the Senior Dp
worth league will bo heiu In tho As
bury church this evening. All members
nro urged to bo present as there will be
nn eiecuon 01 outcers lor 1110 ensuing
Slis L. T Bellamy, of Delaware street.
Is entertaining SIlss Mario Pound, of
A. C Learn nnd Ralph Snowden wheel
i(. to Palls and buck yesterday
Tho funeral of SIlss Catherine Elvvell,
who died last Thursday morning, took
plnco Saturday afternoon nt 1 o'clock
from her home. Pill Penn avenue. SIlss
i:ii'U was a daughter of tho lato Rev
Biephen Klwcll, who nt the tlmo of his
death was paiitor of tho Hampton Street
Methodist Lplscopal church, Hydo Pnrk,
Rev. Mr Underwood, C. St. Olltln, D. D
and Rov. J. G. Lckman ofllclated at tho
funeral services. Rev. Underwood read
a passago of Scripture, Dr. Glflln offered
prayer and Rov. Ilekman mado u fow
icmarks, In which ho spoko of her life
nnd Christian character. a quartette
sang "Asleep In Jesus," as a closing part
of tho service, Tho remains were taken
to Lackawanna and burial was made In
tho Slarcy cemetery at that placo.
Sirs. J, S. Miller and SIlss Jennlo Rey
nolds havo been elected delegates from
tho Women's Foreign Sllsslonary society
ot tho Anbury church to tho annual
meeting of that society, to bo held at
J, U. Hopewell and daughter. Hazel,
ot banderson avenue, left Saturday for
Canada, whero they will spend a few
Tho twenty-fifth anniversary of Frclll
grato lodge, No. ZSD, D. O. II., will be
celebrated thU evening at Snengcrrunde
hall. The affair will bo In tho naturo of
a klrmcss for which elaborate preparn
lions hae ben made by the following
committee: John Flcktol, Jacob Hess,
John U, Schwenker, Jacob Slnnwellcr nnd
Frederick Cambter. Tho progrnmmo will
Include representation of many nnclcnt
Frederick Schomcr, of Prospect ave
nue, was arraigned before Alderman
Btorr Prlday evening charged with mak
ing threats and selling liquor without a
license. August Brell was tho prosecu
tor. Schomer furnished $800 ball to ap
pear at court,
A daughter has been born to Mr. and
Airs. 31. R. lleaney, of Gibbons street.
Mrs. C. T. Boland Is visiting relatives
In New York city.
Tho funeral of the G-yenr-old daugh
tor of Mr. and Mj. Charles Sadelmcyer,
of Cherry street, was held yesterday af
ternoon. Tho forty-hour service In St. John's
Catholic church began wlm a Mass of
Kxposttion at 10 30 o'clock yesterday
morning. Speclcl music was rendered by
Tho educational department of tho
Young Women's Christian association
will open Oct. 5. Information may bo
obtained of the secretary ot tho South
Many members of tho South Side
branch of tho Young Women's Christian
association attended tho nfternoon gos
pel service In tho central rooms, led by
Miss Fanny Crosby, tho blind poet.
Tho South Sldo Basket ball club will
play tho Provldcnco Stars at Company
I! armory tonight. Members of the club
will pleaso report at 7.30. Frank Sweet,
Sirs Henry Bejea Is 111 at her homo on
Thomas Brink will remove to his homo
on Apple street tomorrow.
Wesley PlnneU Is recovering from his
Dunmore council, No. 1022, Junior Am
erican SIcchanlcs, will attend tho Insti
tution of South Scranton council on Wed
nesday evening. They will leave tho Cor
ners at 7.15 p. m.
SIlss Slay Hlgglns and Mr. Harry
Krouse were married at Scranton on Sat
urday last They will reside In Dunmoio.
Harry Trcgear Ih making extensive re
pairs on his store on South Blakely
George Jones has .emoved his storo
from tho Odd Fellows' building to tho
Stanton building on West Drinker street.
Mrs. William Powell leaves today for
Tyrone, Pa., as delegate to the state con
vention of tho Daughteis of America,
August Kuntz and family have moved
from Pino to Blekely street.
St. Stephen commandcry, Knights of
Malta, will meet tonight. All members
nro requested to be present.
Alonzo Cron Is 111 at his homo on Apple
T E. Masters is ill at his home on Jo
H. SI. Bone has recovered from his re
Charles Smith Is visiting his mother
in Union. N. Y.
The children of Charles Sloat are ill.
Mrs. Slarlon Tuthlll has returned homo
after a visit with relatives In Hawley.
Sirs. J. G. Bono Is 111 at her home on
North Blakely street.
The Equitable Building nnd Loan as
sociation has Issued a third series of
stock, dating from August, 1897. Persons
wishing to subscribe for stock can do so
at a meeting at Stanley's hall, Tuesdny,
Death robbed tho community of another
pioneer of Scranton yesterday morning at
S 30 o'clock when it cleamed Sirs. Esther
P. Derbj, relict of tho late Chauncey H.
Derby, sr., for Its own. Sirs. Derby died
at tho residence of her eldest son, Will
iam II. Dei by, of Price street, after an
illness covering a period of about four
weeks. When Scranton and what is now
Its most settled suburbs were productive
farms eighty years ago the deceased Hrst
taw the light of day In a farm houso In
Green Illdgo and she lived here continu
ously'watching the evolution of a farming
hamlet to the third largest lty In tho
stato. Her ancestors were settlers In this
vicinity and sho was a lineal descendant
of tho Careys of tho Wjomtng massacre
and the revolutionary war. After her
marriago she took up. her residence In
Dunmoio and until about threo oars ago
lived there. Sho was a member of tho
Dunmore Presbyterian church In her
jounger das, a leading worker in tho
cause of Christianity. Two sons out ot a
family of tlvo aro all that survive her.
They arc: James SI. Derb, of Sit. Car
mel, Pa., and William II. Derby, of this
city. A largo number of grandchildren
a'so survive her. Tho funeral announce
ment will be mado in this afternoon's pa
pers. Sirs. Sarah J. Coleman, ono of the old
est resident of the North End, died Sat
in day evening at her home, 331 Oak street.
The deceased was born in tho County of
Slayo, Ire'-and, whero sho lived until the
year of 1803, when sho emigrated to this
country, coming directly to this locality
and has resided hero since. Uy her many
kindly traits and tho alaciity with which
she assisted those in need sho won a warm
place In the hearts of her neighbors. Sirs.
Coleman Is survived by ono son, James
Coleman, who was at her bedside when
tho end came The funeral will occur
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with ser
vices In tho Holy Rosary church. Inter
ment will bo made In Hydo Park Catholic
Sir. Lathropo Traeoy, of SIanineld, O.,
died on tho 21th Inst , at Cambridge
Springs, Pa . w hero ho had been staying
hoping to improve his health. Sir.
Tracey In 1S12 married the only daugntcr ,
of the late Sir. Klrtland, of Honesdale. I
Pa., where Sir. Tracey had resided from
somo ears previous, and soon after went
to Stansfleld, O , whero ho has resided up
to the time of his death.
They are unassuming people with many
friends who find that their natures more
than compensate In qenulneness for what
they lack In polish. Sho was very anxious
when tho phjslclan called to seo her
husband and sho received with much
gratitude his assuranco that thero was
no Immediate danger.
"Ho seems hopeful," said tho wlfo, nnd
that Is always In a sick person's favor."
"Oh, he'll get along all right," wna
tho reply. "I think, however, that I will
glvo him an expectorant."
A shadow of apprehension crossed her
faco and sho remarked.
"Of course, I don't undertake to Inter
fere In jour business, doctor, but I wish
you wouldn't, except as a last resort."
"You wish that 'I wouldn't do whut?"
"Give him any expectorant."
"Why, It will not do him any harm,
and may help."
"You can't always tell. Sfcdlclnes af
feel people differently. If I remember
right that's what the Hrst doctor wo had
prescribed for him."
"It's very likely."
"It certainly took effect. That was sev
eral months ago and over since SIcKln
lev'ii election he's been n-expectlng nnd
a-fj.tect!ng In such a way that I ain't
uio but tho best thing you could do
vould be to glvo him something to drive
It cut of his system altogether, Wash
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
ho- j ,
A GREATSURPRISE IS IN STORE
for tliopo who will go today nn get n pnrk
ago of OIIA1N-U. Ulakeslhoplncoofcottco
nt about 4 tho cost. It Is n food drink, mil
ofhealtb. nnd ran bo given to tho children ns
well ns tho n do It with great hunullt. It In
made of pure grain nnd looks nnd tnstes
Ule the lineal grade of Moclm of Jnvncollee,
11 sntlslles ever) one. A cup of Uriiln-U Is
better for tho system thnn n tonle, because
ltso bnent Is permanent. What coltco breaks
down tlriiln-0 builds up. Ask jour grocer
for ORALN-O. inc. nnd 26c.
POSITIVE FACTS ABOUT SCRANTON.
Is tho Third City of tho Keystono Stato.
Is a Great Convention City.
Has a handsome City and County
Hall which cost 11,000,000.
Has a new Postolllce.
Has several beautiful cemeteries and a
Area of City, 12,200 acres.
Population over 100,000.
Has 3 Theaters, many Publto Halls, 40
Public Schools, 70 Churches.
Has 20 Hotels.
Has 3 HopItals and Infirmaries and Two
Has an inexhaustible Puro Water Sup
ply dally cnpaclty 35,000,000 gallons.
Has possession of unlimited Electric
Has a Board of Trado Building which cost
Has 150 Manufactories and 30,000 Opera
tives, Has 200 Acres of Park.
Has 80 Sides of Electric Streot Railways.
Has 100 Sides Railway Tracks. Seven
Has 20 Stiles of Asphalted Streets.
Has 2 Stnto Armories.
Has Several Commercial Organizations.
Has a Local Weather Bureau.
Has Trolley Lines to Peckvllle, Olyphant,
Throjp, Taylor, Pittston.
Streets Lighted with Electricity.
Has tho Cheapest Coal In tho World.
Is tho Most Healthful Largo City In tho
Has 3 Flo.lr SIllls.
Has tho Largest Coal Supply In tho
Has 3 National Banks; capital JK0.000,
Has 5 Savings Banks; capital $330,000,
Has 1 Trust Company; capital $230,000; sur
Has Tsvo Free and several other Librar
ies, Colleges and Clubs, a Historical
Society, a Slnscnlc Tcmplo and So
ciety of Natural Sciences.
Coal Shipments In ISM, 20.000,000 tons.
Assessed Property Valuation, $20,000,000.
Has an Estimated Real Property Valua
tion of $100,000,000.
Has a Public- Debt of Less than $000,000.
Tho Necessary Man.
"Sfen," said tho preMdentrcss of tho
Kmanclpated Opes, "men are really use
ful at times. They come in so handy at
killing mice." Indlanarolls Journal.
Not ill the Same Class.
She "I can sympathize with you. I
was married once myself."
He "Hut jou weren't married to a wo
And a clear complexion, the pride of
woman Have you lost these charms
through Torpid Liver, Constipation,
Biliousness or Nervousness? Dr. Ag
nevv's Liver Pills will restore them to
you 40 Little "Rubles" In a vial 10
cents. Act like a charm. Never gripe.
Sold by Matthews Bros. 4.
Passengers for New York city should
take Lehlfch "Valley railroad. Sleeping
car placed on track at Wllkes-Barre
!).00 p. m. for occupancy. Loave3 at
2.30 a. m arriving New York 8.23 a. m.
Reservations at City Ticket Office, 309
Lackaw nnna avenue.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 37.
Tho I'amous Slaglclnn. Slaglc and
First Tlmo Here,
Welid disappearance of Kellnr from a
Hrillinntly Lichtedhtaco In full view of tho
Audience, without aid of Trap, Screens or
Covering or any sort, ms isouy raues away
Into thin air before your very ejes.
Box Ofllco Now Open.
Academy of flusic
Rels & iiurgunder, Lessees.
II. K, Long, Local Manager,
Mcndiy, Tirslay and Wednesday,
Sept. 27, 28 and 29.
Slatlnee Tuesday and Wednesday.
Headed b Jenny Yeamans,
Tha Queen of Vnudev Illo, In Conjunction
with i!U OtLer Celebrities.
.ISC., 23c, fine., COo
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Sept. 27, 28, 29,
Special Kcencry, Oorgeous Costumes,
HuudioiueUiris, Funny Comedlnus,
High-Class Vaudeville Aits.
2 Grand llurletnuo Produrtlous 2 Seo
"The Klug of the Islaof fcSe'rauton."
Regular Prices, 10, 20 or 30 Cents
All opera chairs sold reserved for evening
performances. Hecure them afternoons ut
tho box olllco or by 'phone, HH"'.', or utter
house opens at night ot box onloe.
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We make the
FULL SET TEETH
TEETH WITHOUT PLATE
Wo Guarantee a Fit
A written ennrnntv for 10 vpnrn with nil
pellcd us to enlnrxo our parlors Is One to tho
(leutlnts and tho ten-year protective ctuirautco
by Imitators. Wo have no connection with uny
ua.i.jfc . v.l.1. ;uu ... uiwt lu fcv. LUU UUI.UU VI
HOUItS H TO 8.
MUNUAYH 10 TO 1.
Cor. Lackawanna and Wjomlns Avcs.
Now on bale,
A visit to our store will
convince you of the variety
of new designs and color
ings shown in each depart
For Sale by Hilt & Connell, Protheroe &
Co. and A. E. Strong.
Advertisements Under This Head $5 Per Line Per Year.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. KAY, 200 Penn ave 1-5 and 7-3 p. m.
Diseases of women, children. Telephone.
DR. BATESON. S37 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. in. to 1 p. in.
DR. C. L FRET, SCRANTON SAVINGS
Bank bldg, 122 Wjomlng avenue.
SIARY A. SHEPHERD, SI. D HOSIE
opathlst, No. 22$ Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, comer Wyoming
avenuo and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
llco hours. Thursday and Satuidays, 0
a, m. to C p. m.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. 612 NORTH WASH
DR. L. SI GATES. ROOS1S 207 AND 20S
Board of Trade building. Olllco hours,
8 to 9 a. m . 2 to 3 and 1 to S p. m. Resi
dence SCO Sladlbon avenue.
DR. C. L. TREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Truss Pitting nnd Pat Reduc
tion. Oince telephone 13C3. Hours. W to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR 8. W. L'ASIOREAUX. OPriCE J31
Adams Residence, 1318 Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kldnejs. and
genlto-urlnary oigans a specialty. Hours
1 to 1 p. m.
W G. ROOK, VETERINARY SUR
gcon. Hotses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 121 Linden stieet, Scranton.
JAMES H. TORItEY, ATTORNEY AND
Counselloi at Law. Rooms 4U and -111
TRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
counbcllor-at-law Bun buildings, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms 11 and 15, Republlean bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY .ATTOUNHYS-ut-law,
WARREN &. KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Couiisellor-at-lJv, Republican
bulUIng Washington avenue, Sctanton,
JFSSPP & JE3SUP. ATTOUNDYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building. Washington avume.
PATTERSON & WILCOX,
National Wank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Atiuintys and Counselloi 3, Common
wealth building. Rooms ID, 20 and Jl.
PRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 6, Coal Exchange. Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKrORD. ATTORNBY-AT-LavvV
Rooms CU, 515 and 616, Board of
I, A WATRES ATTORNEY-AT-LAVv',
423 Lackavvar.ua ave., Scranton, Pa.
C R. PITCHER, ATTORNBY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
C. COSIEGYH. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D U. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Slears building, corner Washington ave
nuo and Spruce street.
B. P. KILLASI. ATTORNBY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scianton, Pa,
JAS. J. H. HASIILTON, ATTORNBY-at-Lavv,
43 Commonwealth bldg,, Scran
ton. WATSON, DEIHL. HALL & KESISIER
EH Attorneys and Couusellorat-Law ;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6; 7, 8, 9 and 10; third floor.
SAVE HONEY !
SAVE TEETH t
GOLD PILLINOS - 75c up
SILVER FILLINfJS - 50c
O.OLD CROWNS $2.00 to J.5.00
OTHER CROWNS - $1.00
Wo extract teeth, 1111 teeth
and npply gold crowns nnd
brldgowork without tho least
purtldonf pnln by n method
patented nnd used by us only,
No sleep-producing agent ot
.11 10 (
cocaine. Coma und hav e yont
teeth otrneled In tho morn.
ingnmi go homo in tho oven
lug with now teeth.
Wc are responsible nnd
do just ns we advertise.
Wc will tell you exactly
what your work will cost
Dy a tree examination.
The largo patronage which has conv
ilv liltrli irriiiln UfirlrilmiA ItV ntcllln
no by skilled
UD or misled
given. Ill) NOi 1113 DliClilVIH) or misled
other olllco in the city.
Cut this out anil
NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS
(Over Newark Shoe Store.)
Kntrnnco on Wyoming avenue,
NEW ARRIVAL OF
Hats and Caps.
New Jackets, Capes,'
Summer Goods nt a Greg)
Sacrifice. One Price and
Agents for Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary
224 Lackawanna Avenue.
PBRCIVAL J. SIORRIS, ARCHITECT,
Board of Trado Building,
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 24, Z and 26', Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OrriCDl
rear of 606 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR.,
430 Spruce St., cor Wash.
FREDERICK L BROWN, ARCHITECT.
Pileo Building, 126 Washington avenuo,
T. I. LACRY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
DR I. O LYMAN, 325 N.
L. SI'GRAW, 305 SPRUCE-
DR. II. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S SIAIN AVE!
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming nvo.
WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA
avo. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS. SI. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenuo.
BARRING &. SI'SWEENEY, COSISION
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser.
JOS KUBTTEL, REAR 511 LACKA.
wannn avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Serunton, Pa. Courss preparatory to
college, law, medicine or business Openj
September 13. Send for catalogue Rev,
Thomas M Cann, LL. D., Walter IL
Buell, A. SI.
G. R. CLARK & CO, SEBDMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 1J0 Washington ave
nue; green house, 13W North Slain ave
nue, storo telephone, "82.
Hotels anil Kcstattrants.
THE ELK CAPE. 12.-. nnd 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L & W.
ua'-senser depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-SIUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and toncert work furnished lor
terms address R J Bauer, conductor.
117 Wjomtng avenue, over Hulbert's
SIBGARGEB BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twlno.
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue,
PRANK P BROWN & CO . WHOLE
sa'.o dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
OH Cloth, 720 West Lickawanna ave.
THOMAS AURREY. EXPERT AC.
ountant and aJdltor. Rooms 19 and 20,
William' Building, opposite postofflco.
Agent for tho Rex Tire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PURLISHINO CU".
North Washington Avenue Llnotv pa
Composition of all kinds quickly done.
Facilities unsurpassed in this region.
IS 1 1
m LACKA. AVE,
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