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THE SCRANTON TIUBUXii-SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1899.
Connell Building Desirable Offices si tjMii.i: loit LAWYERS. I'ull IM'h llescs of Law Library. UAVK A 1KW I.AUUKK ItOOMs WKMj AUAl'lUD 1 UK ARCHITECTS. AP LY TO J. L. CONNELL, ' Room :!02 Council liiiildinu'. - -- t NAY-AUG 4 f- LUHBER CO., Conlractoi'.s and Uiillders. Will cheei fully give estimates for the erection of new build ings, stoic lionts .uul general icp.iir work. OUR MOTTO Strict ad herence to plans and spcci- licalions. f A. rlANAOER. Ollices at 63s Piescott Avenue and Tiadeis Bank Building. 4-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-H-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f DR. 11. B. WARE, SPECIALIST. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Cnicellouis-iln.in to2.a()p.nij Uto J. Williams llulldlng, Opp. l'ostolllco -f -M- -t-f -t- -t- -t- 1 CITY NOTES -f -f -t- - t SIilGUTtA' JMl'ItOVUD Arthur Lev, of Dumnoic, who undcivvrnt on amputa tion of his right kg Wcdtiesd i at thj Ijackawanna hospital, h U3 gained a llltl-i-lnco tho operation, though I.Ij condition is Mill critical. THIS AFTUHNOON This afternoon nt 3 o'clock In the board of trado rooms tho general committee that Iihh charge of tho ur: allotments for tho leeeptlon of the Thirteenth icglmcnt when It returns to the clt, will huo a meeting. FUNHHAI. TODAY -Tho funeral or the l.ito D(ild P. liarton, will be held fiom tho residence on Drinker street, Dtinmor1 tit I o'clock. The suvices will bo In charge of Hiram lodge No Jtl, I'reo and Ac etpttd Masons, of North facranton Inter. Hunt will be made In Dunrnore cumtei. I'AY-DAYS The Delaware and Hudson lompanv paid tho emplojcs nt the Dl(k n and Von Storch collieries and tho re pair whops, all nt North Scranton, jis tcrilui. 'I lio Delaware, I.ickawanna and Western comp.in will ji.i the emplojcH (it tho Hamilton, Sloan and Archbald col. llerlcs tochi, NOT Tin: SAMH-The Mrs Mnrv "nre, whoso n lathes here tho Uoston pollen authoiltlert are nuking for Is not tho notorious Mrs Carey, who go proml nenth figured In pollco circles somo IHo enrs ngu, as was at first supposed, faho was liivor In this clt. her friends hero -i. Whit f-ho is being detained for in Uoston has not jet developed. IIKT.D IN UAH, - William reriM charged with unlawful relations with Mis. Kate Landale, appeared before Al In Our Cloak Departure We are showing new Spring Ladies' Jackets, Ladies' Separate Skirts, Ladies' TaiIorflade Suits, Ladies' Silk Waists. They are the newest garments ob tainable superior incut and workmanship. MEARS k HAGEN, derman Kasson yesterday waived n hear lug nnd entered ball In the sum of KXfl for his nppenranco at court. Associated Char ities Agent Mrs. W. 11. Duggitn uppoared ns prosecutrix Ferris and tho woman were lesldlng together In Grocn plact The former his n wife at the Hillside home orricnns ri.rcTUD-The ugumr monthly meeting of the Xtnlth Llternrj society was held at the home cf tho presi dent, II D. Richards 'M Pine street. Thursday evciiit g nt wh 'i t-e following tilllcers wero elected William W. Hlov incident, A. P. Clark, lcc prcsldon. Hownrd T Yrst, Mcretnrv ; 11. D. Rich nrdr treunuit, flutter Weiss, chaplain A committee of iho were elected to nr tange for n social to be held the litter p.nt of this month. - m TOUItNAMENT ENDED. B. F. Keller Is Victor, Having Won Every Game Played. Finals in the pool tournament which i s the main feature or Interest at tho Oieen Ridge Wheelmen's club for scv rial week's past, woio played Inst night and losulted In a complete vlctoiv for Hen 1'. Keller. He plnjed eleven games and won them nil. Ills two nearest nppnm nts weio Messrs Chipninn nnd Hllss who each lost thtee games, play ing only seven nnd six games lcspec thelv Messrs rinp, Welchel nnd Long escaped the hnnttlcnp. The scoio for the llnals Is as follows: l'lijtis. Won Lost. Il'do'd. I'l.iMd Kellar 11 o 0 it f-ivillo 7 7 ) in Chapman 7 3 1; jo Hits'. 6 3 10 J Pine C 3 0 f Wniiicr 4 S 0 7 Rowllnson 4 S 23 7 l'onil 3 3 10 Tones S n 10 ! ThomaMin 3 3 10 C Blade 2 3 n . J-nng 2 0 0 S Welchel 2 0 0 ft Iltv.ltis 2 8 10 C t'oir 2 3 25 T. Koch 1 3 20 1 XurJIiih 1 fl )0 .1 Pawio 1 3 ;o ,1 DiIs 1 i: 1 I Van Horn 0 3 10 .: PjMie. .1 J 0 2 10 ' Knight 1 3 J", 3 Hr.uH . ... 0 2 2" J Hore 0 2 2". i. Dining the progicss of the duals a ' miming" lunch was served nnd cigars tnjojed. Music for the evening was furnished by nn orchestra composing Jlessrs. Wldtnoyer, Coniad nnd Jones ANNUAL MEETING. Hook nnd Ladder Company Elected Officers Last Night. The members of the Hook and Lad der Truck company of tho Scranton Tiro department met In annual session last night in their quarters on West Lackawanna monuo in addition to other important business ti.insacted, officers foi the ensuing tetm were elected Tho ofTlceis. elect me as follows. President, Tied Durr vice president, W. W. Ross, recording secretary, James Molr, jr , financial sccietaiy, Albert Hemic, treasurer. Charles H Millet, tiustees, Fred Durr, r. il. Cobb nnd Philip Schnell, foreman, llany r. May, first assistant foie inan, r J. Itenore, s-econd assistant, August Wonzel, projierlj cleik, Adam Stelnhousei, delegate to state lliemen's association, Charles Koblnson, alter nate, T. J Jennings peimanent men, Thomas Conlln, drhei. Adam Steln liouscr, tllleiman WILL OBSERVE PADDY'S DAY. Board of Revision Fixes Dates for Hearing Appeals. The boaid of tux revision and appeals has llxed the following appeal dajs March 14, First and Second wnrds, March l.r, Fouith nnd Seventh wnrds. March 1C, Klghth and Ninth wauls. Match 18, Kiev emit and Twelfth wards, March 20, Thliteenth and Four teenth wards; Match 21, Fifteenth and Sixteenth wards. The other appeal days will be announced later. The board will hear only appeals from assessments on new houses or such other ptopertles as have been as sessed since the trlennlel assessment of last year. Pi of. Chas. C. Johnston, the distin guished Musician, will give a Piano P.ecltal this afternoon between 2 and 5 o'clock In tho Music. Room of Jonas Long's Sons. See M. H. Holgate's teal estate ad. Smoke The Poeono 5c. Cigar. Wl'lini MillTf H.3fcMM?i;n DIED. ROLAND In South Scranton, Maich 2. lsi, Thomas II0I..1 d at the nsidence, I11IG Prospect avenue 1'i.neril Monday morning nt t n cloek. High mass ct io ipilem nt St. Johns churih Interment at the Cathedral ccmctcrv. 415417 Lackawanna Ayo. LANGSTAFF IN ANOTHER CONTEST BROOKS TEOPLE OVERTURNED HIS SNAP REORGANIZATION. Claims Ho Was Legally Elected and Will Go Into Court to Prove It. Dlckert, tho New Appointee, Votes With the Brooks Paction, and with Four Solid Votes They Proceed to Effect n Complete New Oiganlza tion and Elect Now Officers Van Bergen nnd Finn Ousted. The snap reorganization effected by the Langstalf faction of the poor hoatd two weeks: ngo was yesterday over turned, nnd a complete set of new of ficers Installed Thcie vvus no end of excitement while the thing- was beln,? done, for a time there was presented the novelty of two sets of olllcels nt tempting to do business nt the same time. Hecse a. Hi (Hilts was elected piP.st dentj C. J. Gillespie, secretnty, Kdwarl Tatr, collector. K. M. Voinoy, tteas titer, John F. Scragg, sollcltoi , Di. Morgan J. Williams, Dr. Herman Hes sey, Dr M. H. Qulnn, Di. P. F. Gun hter nnd Di J. n. Gatvcy, outdoor physlclm" The selection of HlllsIdJ Hume ofllcluts was postponed until next meeting. At the pi ev ions session, when Mr, Diooks was on his way to Flcildx for a fchoit visit and a vacancy was exist ins In Mi. Terppp's place, Messts. Lmgstnff, Murphy and Fuller mad" an attempt to effect n reorganization Messis. I'alne and Shotton protested and when It wns seen by them that tluli protests went for naught they bolted fiom the 100m foi tho purpose of hi caking a ttuorum While they weio gathering up their hats, coats and overshoes nnd hunying to the dooi Mi. Fuller, as chaliman, vas ru'ldng thiough the formalities of electing Ml. I.angstaff chaliman. Ml Shotton was disuppe.ulng through the doar t.s Chaliman Fuller vmi declaring Mi. Langstaff elected. CLAIMED AX FLECTION. Holding that there was a quorum piesent when the vote wns taken nnd that a majoiltv of those present voted for Mt. Langstnff, the Langstaft peo ple claimed he was duly elected nnd installed him In the chair. Mr. Iliooks, who was Mr. Langstaff's opponent foi the chairmanship, came back from Florida post haste with a determination to undo tho woik of the Langstnff people, and he did It. Thuis day afternoon Judge Aichbald appoint ed in Mi. Teippe's place F. J Dlck ert, and when the regular meeting opened jesteidny afternoon he was found lined up with the Crooks people. Mr. Langstaft was on hand early and took his position at the piesldent's desk He called tho meeting to order nnd directed the becietary. W. S. Lang staff, to proceed with the lending of the minutes of the last mooting. The secretary's minutes set forth that with a quotum present n majority had elect ed W. S. Langstnff president. It also made mention of the fact that Messrs Paine and Shotton had bolted tho meet ing and broken n quorum, making It necessaiy to adjourn without tiansac tlon of any fuither business. AVhen the secietniy concluded thn lending of the minutes tho fun began. Messrs Hiooks, Shotton, Pnlne nnd Pic Kelt contended Hint the piocecdlngs under which Mr Lingstnft presumed to net as president were Inegulir. while Messrs Langstaff. Tuller nn.2 Muiphy took the opposite stand. Mr. Hiooks opened the ball by char ncteri7lng the whole affair as a school boy trick, without icason or precedent and so clearlj irregular that It could not under anv possibility stand a test of law. MIL FULLER EXPLAINED. Mr. Tuller went on to explain from his standpoint how the thing was reg ular. Thoie were at least four mem bcis piesent during the election and thiee of thm voted for Mr. Lnngstaff The inlcs of the poor board, lie con tended only icqulred a majority of a quorum to elect and not a majoilty of the membcib elect Dr. Paine nnvweied him, tint even admitting this, Mr. Langstaft did not receive a majority, for tho chnir has no right to vote except on a call of tho ayes nnd nayh nnd there was no such call. Mr Fuller answered back that Dr. Paine was wtong According to Fmull'a legislative hand-book, the speaker of the house of reineseiitntlves can vote on any question and these weie ths rules to bo followed by the poor board Some further time was consumed In this oit of debate and then Mr. Brooks moved that tho minutes be not np pioved. Mr. Laugstatf lefused to entertnln the motion Mr. Shotton appealed from the decision of the chair, but Mr. Lanp staff would not let tho secietaiy put the motion on the appeal. Mr Langstaff inteijected the lemarl: th.it ho was dulv ehcted president nnd piopr-sed to nt t as such If his election wns Illegal It could be ascertained by taking the matter to rourt. Until com t ih elded against him, he intuidtd to act ns president, Mr. Shotton advanced ns .1 further argument ngnlnst Mr. Langstaft's con tention, that the previous nit cling vent Into thu matter of permonont or ganization without first approving thp minutes of the preceding meeting. PUOCKKDED TO ACT. "Well if they won't act as ollleers we'll get oflheis that will," said Mr. Thooks Jumping to hlo feet. Dr Paine was elected sppietaiy pro tern, nnd Mr. Diooks ehnlrman pio tern, the Hrooks quaitette alone pen tlcipatlng In tho election. Mr. Diooks standing at his desk, pioceeded to conduct business ns tem poiary chairman, while Mr. I.nngstau seated nt the dek on tin platform, pndeavoied to enrrv on business us peimanent president. "All who support tho appeal from the declIon of tho chair will pleaip tlso to their feet," said Chalmwi Htnolis, "U theio aio no objections to the minutes thev will stand approved as rend," declated Mr, Langstaff fiom the president's chair. Thus the two presiding officers con tinued for somo time, Mt. Langstaff trying to go ahead with tho regular order of business and Mr. Hrooks cti O Ins on tho business of reorpunlzitlon Mr. Uiooks was named for perman ent clmirmnn by Mr. Shotton nnd voten foi by Hrooks, Shotton, Wcltett ani Paine. Mr. LaiiKstaff called for the teports of directors. Mr. IlrooUs declared the election of (Continued 011 Pace 1J STOP THEM. Tho Way to Kill the Microscopic Pests That Make Tovor. t'nllko some communicable dlseaiics, ty pholit feur Is not "In tho nlr," You do not tnko tho germs Into vour limns. You take them Into jour ttomach when ou drink tainted milk or wnter. Where drahiagn Is Itisuuiclent ami where thu water supply Is contaminated, tjphold fever breuks out Treatment consists In killing the germs, so that they cannot multlnlj In Urn sjs tern. A sound Mlmiilnnt slops tho spread ot the microbes Of course, It muat It self bo free from Impurity. Dairy's Puro Malt Whiskey meets nil tho requirements ol the iaso, nnd is therefore prcribd to pttlcnts who liavo been evpoacd to ty phoid fever A tablespoonful In a glass of witer befoie onch meal will bo bene flelal In more wnjs thin one. It will tono the sjstem nnd the glands In tho stomieh so Hint the gnstrlo juices will How freclv upon tho food thus making digestion complete nnd prompt Many substitutes for Duffy's l'uio Malt Whlskej nto offered Don't bp coaxed Into billing one Insist on tho genuine Duffv's nnd remeinlier that all alert drug gists nnd rroeers kiep It. The Uov em inent sijs that this Is tho onlv mrdlclml whlkpv In the coutitrj Henco It bears tho proprietnr revenuo stamp. DR. MACKEY ARRIVES. Denies Thnt the Turn of Affairs on the Poor Boaid Caused Him to Bolt from the Quay Sup porters nt Hanisbuig. Dr. Mackej's bolt from Quav, com ing as it did on the very mniniug fol lowing the appointment of a poor dt lector hete who was antagonistic to the Interests fostered bv Dr. Mnckey struck many yesterday as being rither a hlngulnr coincidence One of Di. Markov's polltlenl lieu tenants stated esterlay nfternoon substantially that this wns tho muse of his chief's desertion of the choice of the Republican caucus. It was htated by a friend ot this aforesaid lieutenant that he, the Mac key lieutenant, had In his possession a communication to Senator Quay on the poor board matter thut would cause a big sensation if it was made public. When cornered he admitted that he had such a document but did not care to talk about It. Ho preferred to con sult Dr. Mackey about it first, he said lie also informed the repoiter that Di Mackey would bo at the Rudolph last night and that he proposed to tec him there. The lieutenant was not on hand, but Dr Mackey came. AVhen the latter was asked It there was any connection between his bolt from Quay nnd the poot boaid reorganization, tho doctor answered. "Not the slightest. I did not know an thing of the poor boaid until 1 saw what was going on by one of this evening's Scranton papeis." He also stated that there was 10 connection whatever between hlb lup and that of the others who jesterday deserted Quay. I did not know thev weie going to bolt, and they knew nothing of my Intention. "My withdrawal from the Quaj col umn," he went on to say, "was ns much of a surprise to the anti-Quay men as it was to the Quayltes. I never was a Quay man, and only supported him out of consideration of helping the county by presenting a solid dele gation. The ovei whelming sentiment of my district Is against Quay, and I had to listen to my constituents. I have been contemplating It for th-ee or four days It doesn't seem possible to elect Quay, and I .1111 for a new compromise candidate who can win, Lieutenant Governor Watres. for in stance." PATROLMAN WASN'T FINED. The Mayor Wns Very Kind to His Prisoner Though. For six weeks or two months past poich climbers have been operating on the ' hill," entering second story win dows while the occupants of the house were at supper, nnd ransacking the up-stnlrs apartments. Thuisday evening between C Vi and C "0 o'clock, a suspicious looking fellow a typical thief in appearance was shadowed by Patrolman John Johlei. Tho suspect sneaked Into the yard of James Archbald at 424 Jeff ei son ave nue three doors from M. H Dale's residence which was robbed last week and was prowling about the Mdd and rear of tho house, when the officer held him up and arrested him. The prisoner could give no explanation of his conduct or any reason for being on the premises. He said his name was John Cramer, thpt ho came from Roch ester, N Y and that he "got Into tho wrong yard by mistake." Yesterday morning Mayor James G. Bailey ordered him discharged from custody What's more, His Honor dl leeted the fellow bo fuinihcd his din ner befoie being allowed to depart. After such kind treatment th porch climber who would give tho pollco fur ther annoyance, must nssuiedly be an unfeeling and inconsiderate v retch. PRIVATE MICHAEL'S FUNERAL. Remains Taken to Shoemaker, Mon roe County, for Interment. The lemalns of the late Privnte Obeil A Michael, of Company C, Thliteenth leglment, P. V., who died nt Camp MacKenzIe, Augusta, Ga Sunday, were taken to Stroudsbutg yesterday via the 10 o'clock Delaware Lacka wannan nnd Western tiain. Fiom Stroudsburg tho remains wero taken to Shoemaker, Monroe county, to tho resi dence of the deceased'8 parents and In terment will be made at the cemetery there today. An escort of soldiers attended the remains from the residence of tho de ceased uncle, J R Ace, 023 North Irv ing avenue, to the train vesterday. Captain W. A. Itnub, of Company G, Eleventh regiment, N. G. P., and Lieu tenant Reese Watklns were in charge and the guaid of honor comprised Cor poral W. F. Capwell, and Pi hates W. Hersehell, C. R. Faulkner and William Lutz, of Company K, Eleventh regi ment, N. O. P., Corporal George Prun er. of Company a, Eleventh lesltnent, N. G. P. and Private Martin Lonnghan, Eleventh United States Infantry. It you are a lover of Music, don't miss tho Piano Recital given by Prof, Chas. c. Johnston In the Muslo Room from 2 to 5 o'clock. Jonas Long's Sons. If you want to buy or sell real estate see M. H. Holgate. Smoke The Popular Punch Cigar, lOo. The Wilkes. Barro Itecord can be had In Scranton at the rens stands or Itels man UroB., 404 Spruce and W3 Liudm 1 SULcbvi Mac, Luckuwauna avenue. DICKELNICK AGAIN HAS OPPOSITION REMONSTRANCE AGAINST HIS LICENSE. It Wns Tiled on Behalf of the Con gtegation of St. John's German Catholic Church, West Scrnnton. Objections That Are Sot Forth. Rcmonshanco Also Filed Against Granting a License to John Dubee, of the Tirst Wnid, of Archbald Borough. A remonstrance on tho part ot the congiegallon of St. John's aerman Catholic church, of West Scrnnton. was tiled .vesterdny with Clerk of tho Courts Daniels by Attorney Walter E. Brlggs ngnlnst tho grnnting ot a license to William Dlckelnlek for a hotel nt South Main avenue nnd Luzerne street, Just ncioss tho street from the chinch. There litis been a gient stiuggle over this license ever since 1S94, when the hotel building was completed, and tho court was nsked to grant a license for tt. The application was first re fused and nftetwauls granted In ISO", there was another exciting contest and tho license wns refused because It wis shown, that Mr. Dlckelnlek had not scrupulously obsetved tho law. Court also lefused to grant a license in 1S5C, 1S97 nnd 1S9S. The remonstrance llled yesterday Is as follows: To tho Honoinblp tho Judgrs of the Couit of Quarter Seishms of Lackawanna Count) We, the undersigned p islor and ccm mltteo of tho Catholic church, situate nt tho corner of South Main uvenue ind Luzeine street, known ns St. John's chinch ot Scranton, on behalf of saU ihurch and the congregation thereof, re niotisttate against tho granting of a li cense to Wlliani Dlcklcnlrk to keep a ho tel and to vend, retail and sell spirituous, vinous, malt or blew id liquors at No. 31i) South Main avenue, fifth ward, Scran ton, nnd we most earnestly pray that your honors will lefuse to grant such license 101 the fallowing reasons to wit RE SriNS ADVANCED. First The pine 3 asked to be lieelised Is, rot necesari foi the accommodation or itlio puljlic and, tho entcitulniiieiit oD stnngt 13 nnd travelers Set ond William Dicklenlek, tho appli cant, is not a tit pirson to receive n li cense, nnd lomluet a hotel, ns on a former occnslcn It was clearly shown to your honors tint tho said William Dlckelnlek was guilty not onl or selling liquors to minors, but of violating the net 01 us semblj requiring all licensed places to be closed on election day nnd that the sild act ot assemblv was violated In tho samo place whtro a llcetiso Is now again asked for Third Within n. row reet or said build ing and In sight and himing of s ild proposed hot '1 Is tho St Johns chuicn and tho Germ 111 parochlil school, con taining about ISO pupils unglng from 6 to 12 jenrs or nge This Is the only school or Its kind in the section or the city com monlj known ns Hde Park, and in the opinion or vour petitioners a hotel at this plai-e would corrupt the morals of the (hildren In attendance and gieatli dam age the usefulness ot this educational In stitution Fourth Pinctlcally the samo condition now otlsts ns have moved your honots for the past three cars to refuso to grant a license to this np!liant. And they will evil prn etc The following names are attached to the lc monstrance iic V A. Frlckir. p.slor; Mathlas Wlrth. John Kirm, Edward Uros-mann, Nicholas GohiiPi, KnglebPit Iiiumniin. John Lutr. Peter Lu' emberger FraJ Betz, Joseph Mnag Tnvlnr. John Kulls mid John Shauman, church committee. A temotistranco was also filed against granting a license to John Dubee, of the First ward of Archbald. It Is signed by einhtv-tlireo residents of the neighborhood whore It Is proposed to locntp the saloon It Is objected to fot the reason that the house Is unsuited for hotel pur poses and that a hotel at that place Is not necesbaiy. SHORES IS BACK IN JAIL. His Wife's Condition Repoited to Be Serious. V E Shoies, of West Scrnnton, who vvua sent to the county Jail about ten dajs ago for abusing his wife, but was released on ball Wednesday, is again a prisoner In the county bastlle. On thu day B. T. Lacey became his bondsman In the sum of $300 Informa tion was received fiom the home of Mrs. Shores in New York state to the effect that she is In a serious condition and her life Is In danger. District Attorney Jones thought the ball insufficient and dltected Bonds man Lacey to sui render him. Shores was taken Into eustodv by County De tective Levshon and returned to the county jail yesterday afternoon. He taid ho has been in this eountiy seventeen jeais but has not been nat uialbod and nevei will bo because he doesn't like oui laws. FOR A WORTHY CHARITY. Henry Austin Adams Will Lecture at the Lyceum. Henry Austin Adnms, editor of Dona hoe's Magazine, will lectute at tho Lyceum, Sunday evening, Merch 12, on "America's Debt to Catholicity." The lecture Is for the benefit ot the St Vincent do Paul society of tho Cathedral parish. Tho tickets are sell ing very rapidly and those who desire seats should apply for tickets at once. MARRIED AT BINGnAMTON. William Langstaff nnd Miss Lenoda Palmor Wedded. William Langstaff, son of W. S. Langstaff, and until jestorday secre tarv of tho poor board, was married to Miss Lenoda Palmer at Blngham ton Thursday night. Mts. Langstnff resided on Penn avo nuo and is a very pretty young woman. Rev H. Edwauls, pastor of the Eng lish Baptist i hutch at Mlnersvllle, Pa, when sulerlng with rlipumntlsm, wns advised to try Chambei Iain's Pain Bilm. He sas: "A few applications of this liniment proved of gieat er vlee to me It subdued the Inflamma tion and relieved the pain Should any sufferer prollt by giving Pain Balm a tiial It will please me." Tor sal by all druggists MntthewB Bros, wholesale and retail apcnt(, Smoke The Poeono Cigar, Be. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the of tv270Sl Signature I Are You Looking for Bargains 5 Then look our way and we will assure you that money Is Sr" 5 not a better defense against poverty than knowledge, which 3 3g can be converted into money. Buyers acquire knowledge by js S inspecting our bargains. Sale ot Cutlery tins week not poor 3 S goods at a high price, but best goods at low prices. The 2 ; oldest and best known manufacturer closes out to us a 5 2 number ol lines. 5 J5 rrviiwscts . . . 0-((1 m' -W Jl- t Irlple-l'lnttu Knife liiiule. per ilQJin ... .82.50 5 Ivory llim llo Irlplosmcr lllndo Lhxsurt Knics nnd Porks, 5S m I'cr diiren . . n on 2S jl Dinner Kiile, iinu plate, pourl bundle, par doen 8 00 JE. 3J Walrus and Stag Handles equally low in price. If you " 5s appreciate good cutlery, and will buy for less than half its real 55 value, give us a call. 5? CVVxvarVleAX . I Millar & Peck, imviTTav 3; "WALK IN AND Car load Just arilved All Btjles, nnd prices the lowest. Woikmanshlp guaranteed even on THE CHEAPER GRDES. Keep us In mind and you won't re gict Riving us vour patronage you will get goods as tepresentcd giving you our easy terms of payment or very lowest prices for cash. Immense stock of Household Goods Stoves, Carpets, Iron Beds, etc. Flvo large lloors full to tho ceiling at Tim Kelly's Slons, r.ViiffiiSU V. K K K fc . K K V. V. Vi Vi v. v. r.n K h' K V Si .' & &' w Si a xi a a ti ti ti w V ti a Si ti It ti 3i K ti ti ti ti ti t: ti a' ti V V ti ti a. ti ti a" ; ti n ti i Si K ti V ar a n v u st a ti Si Si Si ti ti ti ti Si Si ti ti ti ti Si ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti ti a ti ti ti ti ti ti ti t: ti ti a t; ti TAKC TIME or THC FORELOCK." M CflllGESli MIS Scranton Store 124-126 Wyoming Ave. Saturday the last day of the Jewelry sale , Don't miss this extraordirmy occasion. Such values as we offer were never known before. Ev erything at half price and less : We Hat Pins at 5c More than live thousand of them. Some set with Rhine stones, others with imitation ruby and emerald doublets, real value Irom 15c and 25c OC '2j Clin Ilaltons and Tins at 5c An immense assort ment of stick pins, brooches, cuff buttons, etc., worth Irom nc to 25c, all at one puce DC This immense stock comprises belt buckles, collar button sets, brooches, chains, stick pins, hat pins and cuff buttons of all kinds at maivclously low prices. For example : Cuff Buttons, regular 25c value, per pair 9c Cull Buttons, regular 50c value, per pair 19c Women's Silk Guard Chains, 23c kind, each 9c Brooches and Stick Pins, value 25c each 9c Belt Buckles, 50c value, each 19c Combination Collar Button Sets, 4 pieces, per set.. 5c Men's kid walking gloves at 59 cents Special .sale of one bundled dozen Men's Kid Walking Gloves, in all the popular shades of tan and brown, p r patent clasp and all sizes. The greatest bargain in 'U'c gloves foi many a daw Real value, one dollar.... sj? 25c striped lawn aprons at 10c Very fine quality White Liwn Aprons, ot the 2-;-ccnt qu ility. Special puce -. while they last IjC Ladies' 12J4c hose, Sc Warranted absolutely fast black, full seamless, with double toe and spliced heels, tegular price eveiywhere I2c. Here 5C Ladies' 15c hose at 8c A decidedly bettei quality than the above, warranted last black, full seamless Q and ol the 1 sc quality.. oC 50c cloth bound books at 8c New airival ol 3,000 vol umes, comprising a lull list of titles as advertised 111 The li ibunc last week Thuisday. The list comprises some of the best works by such au thors as Dumas, Hope, liliot, Hume, The Duchess, Dick ens, Cooper. Scott, Jerome, Braeme, Marnatt, Rtiskin, Thackeray, Hawthorne, liv ing anil many others. 0 Handy volume sue .... oC 12 mos 10c tiU 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A "A 'A 'A V) 'A A 'A U 'A 'A 'A 'A 9 LOOK AROUND" BUY NATIONS' PRIDE CONDENSED HELK Manufactured by CRflNTON DAIRY CO Ask your grocer for It. K tt tt R Si tt tt V. tt tt tt V V. . VL K.V & $ ,t .1 ft K X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X it X X X X X X X X X 50c shirt waists at 19c A great lot of Ladies' Shirt Waists came to us under the regular price. Thcie are still more than filty dozen of these on hand, eveiy waist being absolutely faultless and this season's goods. Detachable white collars and laundered cuffs, all sizes; posi- tively the soc qualitv 1 vC See window display. $2 brilliantine skirts at 98c bxcellent quality of Bril liantine, figuted, made in the best possible manner, lined with percalinc and 0 bound with velveteen V oC S3 brilliantine skirts at $1.49 Much better quality of black figured Bnlliantine than the above lot. Three t . dollar value........ 1 ,4v 25c handkerchiefs at 12Jc Big choice in pure linen embroidered and lace edge Handkerchiefs that were once marked 25c. t 1 Choice I.42C f v3 U 'A A Vi A A "A A A A A 'A 'A 'A A A 'A A N