THE SCRANTON TRIBUJNJi)-SATURDAY, MAY G, 1899.
EVENTS OF DAY IN
BRANCH Y. W. C. A. BOOMS
Successful Beginning of rt Noble
Work Very Largo Attendance at
the Opening Addresses Made by
Mrs. E. H. Ripple, Mrs. Georgo
Howell and Mrs. E. M. Gates.
Names of the Members of Com
mitteesSocial Events of Interost.
General News Notes and Personals,
The West Scranton branch of the
TounR Women's Christian association
was formally opened last evening In
the rooms over Waters' Jewelry store,
corner of South Main avenue and
Scranton street. Several hundred
people were present and the branch
1h nn assured success. The exercises
were opened with the ehiKlng of
"America" by the assemblage, follow
ed by the reading of scripture by tho
Itev. John P. Moffatt, uastor of tho
Washburn Street Presbyterian church
Prayer was offered by tho Itev. Jnmcs
Uennlnpor, of the Hampton Street
airthodlst Episcopal church. Miss
Alice Williams nnd Roy Wheeler fol
lowed with a piano duet.
The address of. welcome was Riven
liy Mrs. Ezra II. Hippie, president tf
the central city association, and Mrr.
Goorco Howell responded In behalf t f
tho local ussoclntlnn. Mrs. E. M
Gates, state president, '.hen b.ivo nn
Intel estltiff talk and MiHst-o Kllzabcth
J letter und Edna Saxc sans a duet.
Miss Margaret Jones utr.B two mim
bi rs. accompanied on the piano by Mis
Mnrfcin Hutchinson. Mm Charlotte
Savaco made the aiu.outicmcms tf
the work and the entertainment part
o? the exercises was cm Hided wltn
the singing of "The Star Spangled Ban
ner." The association starts In with a
membership of about ir.0 and the rooms
will bo opened every evening from 7.30
until 10 o'clock. The nicotine torpor,
low afternoon will be in charge of Miss
Annoman and Mis. Robert Walker.
Among the well known gentlemen
oresent wore the Rev. Thomas Tit"
5ruchy, of the Jackson Street Eap
Jst church; Itev. Hugh Davis, of the
Volsh Calvlnistle Methodlr.t church;
the Rev. J. P. Moffatt, of tre Wash-,
burn Street Presbyterian chunh. the
Ttev. James Bennlnger, of the Hamp
ton Street Methodist Episcopal church;
tho Rev. E. R. Foster, of the Sumner
Avenue Presbyterian church; tho Rv.
David Jones, of the Welsh Congrega
tional church; James R. Hughes, B.
O. Morgan and others,
Tho rooms have been prettily painted
nnd papered and were decorated with
cut flowers donated by Clark. Finn
& Phillips have furnished a piano for
one year free of charge, and th- fur
nishings have been contributed by
Yes ao have It.
Atlantic Lead, Pure Linseed Oil,
and Ready nixed Paint, Varnish,
GEORGE W. JENKINS,
I 01 S.Maln Avenue.
Balbriggan Underwear will always
be popular, but everything that bears
that name is not worthy to be call
ed by it.
"Otis' " Best
Is better than the best imported and
far superior to anything else made
in this country. We buy direct from
the mills, and only accept the cream
of their productions.
Come in and see the Special Fea
tures in "Otis' " Best Makes.
Elastic Seam Jean Drawers
Bmbody perfection in coolness, com
fort and Hygiene.
Special Price on Saturday,
TIIK KOItT of
tho body Is
l CELEBRATED 'Vter
eaiio cnu only
0cr Ibe Body.
the Hoinncli mid
thus cure Inill-Ke-Ulon,
mid all Itlilnuy
nnd liver troub
friends of the organization. Refresh
ments wero furnished by Mr. A. A.
Llndabury, Misses Anna Mutison, Em
ma Lewis and Mnrilla Mott. Tho ofll
cers are: President, Mrs. George
Howell; secretary, Mrs. James U.
Hughes; treasurer, Mrs. Eugene Fel
The executive committee compiiscs
tho above- named ladles and the fol
lowing: Mrs. John Fern, Mrs. John
II. Williams, Mrs. W. E. Thiycr, Mrs.
D. B. Thomas, Mrs. Randolpn Jotif?
and Miss Norma Nichols.
Following are the mcmbeis of the
Religious Miss Margaret Jamison,
chairman; Misses Eliza Price, Jessie
Crawford. Sarah Hughes. Manic El
slnger. Lizzie Hughes und Mis. Mar
gin ct Roberts.
Membership Miss Rachel Jones,
chaliman; Misses Jennie Beddoe, Ab
blo Hancock, Mrs. John Thomas, Mat
tie Watklns, Jennie Daniels, Rahcl
Powell, Owen James.
Entertainment Miss Emma Lewis,
chairman; Misses Augusta Blair. Liz
zie Heermans, Anna Mason, Grace
Doud, Anna Munson.
Music Mrs. Randolph Jones, Mrs D.
B. Thomas, Marian Hutchinson, Grace
Acker, Margaret Jones. Maroy Nichols,
Mrs. A. L. Ramer, Mrs. Sarah Powell,
Vio Jones, Alice Williams, Mrs. Arthur
Rooms 'Marllla Mott, chairman; Mrs.
Clarenco It. Shryer, Mrs. J. J. Roborts,
Mis. G. A. Williams. Mrs. George Car
son, Mrs. M. C Whettllng, Lillian
Shlvelly, Mrs. E. T, Hairlson, Mrs.
Junior Work Anna Munson, chair
man; Mrs. John R. Thomas, Misses
Mao Jones, Edna Kent and Maud
Reception Mrs. A. A. Llndabury.
r-lnlrmati: Catharine Phillips, Anna
Morgan. Mrs. P. F. Strupplcr, Mrs. O.
R. Shryer, Mrs. Guoige Benore. Mrs.
II. H. Ashley. Mrs. Robert Walker.
Mrs Theodore Hale. Mrs. II. II. Hagen,
Misses Belle Vlpond, Lizzie Anneman.
Matin Evans, Delia Davis, Llia Davis
and Belle Freeman.
Pros'! Mrs. James Hughes, chair
man; Mrs. G. A. Williams. Mis. Ran
dolph Jones and Mis Jennie Daniels.
PLEASANT EVENING PARTY.
A most delightful suipilso party was
tendered Miss Beatrice Parsons
Wednesday evening at her home on
Thirteenth stieet. The evening was
pleasantly spent In games, mu3lc, reci
tations and singing. Mrs. Parsons was
assisted in serving refreshments by the
Misses Grace Hlnman, Sue Markwlck
und May belle T. Parsons.
Among those present weie the Misses
Evana Powell, Beth Lewis, Sule
James, Bessie Evans, Sadie Vorhls,
Amy Dubenbery, Stella Green, May
Dals, Maud Evans, Lizzie D.iuben
hauser. Phoebe Rorer, Hannah Wll
klns, Ray Evans, Llla Watklns, Mabel
Evans, Florence Hughes, Corinno Col
lins, Ethyl Thomas, Sarah Lewis,
Blanche Edmunds, Edna Evans, Etzzlo
Mullen, Maud Schlmpf, Magglo Eanco,
Beatrice Parsons; Masters Oscar
Jones, Albert Eowls, David Eewls,
William Daubcnhauser, Frank Dusen
bory, Harold Miller, George Hand,
Georgo Transue, Leo Haswell, William
Sekol, David Jones, Arthur rarsona
and Bertlo Lloyd,
OTHER SOCIAL EVENTS.
Miss Martha Roberts, of South Main
avenue, entertained friends on Thurs
day evening In honor of her birthday.
Games of all kinds wero Indulged In
and refreshments were served.
Christian Nauman, of Hampton
street, waa sixty-three years old re
cently and celebrated tho event In a
fitting manner. Tho time was very
pleasantly spent and congratulations
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Watklns were
tendered a farewell reception Thursday
evening by members of the Salvation
Army pi lor to their departure from
FUNERAL OF MRS. DAVIS.
Many ft lends attended the funeral
services yesterday afternoon over tho
remains of the late Mis. William T.
Davis at the house, 20 Snyder avenue,
Bellevue. Many members of the First
Welsh Baptist church and the Ladles'
lodge of the American Protestant as
sociation of which deceased was a
member, were In attendance. Burial
was made In the Washburn street cem
etery. Rev. J. W. Lloyd, of Taylor, and tho
Rev. D. Jones, of the Welsh Congrega
tional church, wero the ofllclatlng
Services over tho remains of tho lato
Mrs. Edwnid Greamo will be held to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho
house, 32S North Rebecca avenue. ' In
tel ment will be made In tho Wash
burn street cemetery.
The funeral of the late Martha Gib
bons will bo hold this afternoon at the
house, 420 Tenth street, at 2 o'clock.
Intet ment In Washburn street ceme
tery. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
John Carpenter, of Price street,
visiting mends In Honesdale.
George Myers, of North Lincoln ave
nue, has reeoveied from a long Illness.
James Williams, of Wllkos-Barre, is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jones, of
North Filinoro avenue.
Miss Jessie Austin, of Carbondale. Is
the guest of f 1 lends on North Main
Reeie Jenkins, of Factoryvllle, Is vis
iting friends on Division street.
Miss Jennie Davis, of Wlnton, Is be
ing entertained by her sister, on South
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Tho Webster Literary and Debating
society met at the home of Walter
Evans last evening and Initiated
Forbes Eaton to membership. The
next meeting will be held at the home
of Thomas Evans, on Rock street.
The. nienibeis of Columbia Hose com
pany met for diill In St. David's hall
last evening and a good representation
The Young People's union of the
First Welsh Baptist church met last
eenlng and listened to an instructive
Bible reading by H. R. Westcott.
The Watklns family, musical artists,
will assist at the evening service In
the Jackson Street Baptist church to
morrow. Mathew Hawley, of Garlleld avenue,
was injured by a fall o coal In the
mines yesterday morning. Dr. A. A.
Llndabury is attending him.
The united choir of the Congrega
tional churches held a rehearsal last
evening In the First Welsh Congrega
tional church. The musical festival
will bo held on May 30.
Alderman John held Warren P. Wells
In MOO ball yesterday on a eharge of
assault and battery, preferred by Mrs.
Charlotte Hazznrd, of South Keyscr
James Kelly was before Alderman
Kelly last evening on a ehaige of as
sault and battery and creating a dis
turbance, prefened by Leah Jones. He
was discharged on the first charge, and
lined $1 and costs oil the second.
A small fire wus discovered in a
dwelling house on Jnckbon street ad
Joining Becker Biotheis' cigar factory,
yesteiday afternoon. The Columbia
and Franklin companies of the tire
department lesponcled and extinguished
the flumes befoie much damage was
An Infant child of Mr. nndiMis. Em
met Nauman, of Shetland street, wus
Interred In Paradise ulley yesterday
Division No. 13, Ancient Order of
Hibernians, will hold an Important
meeting in Masonic hall tomorrow af
ternoon ut 2 o'clock.
The members of Plymouth Oongiega
tlonal church will tako the llual vote
tomorrow evening for extending a call
to the Rev. E. A. Boyl, of Clare, Mich
igan, to becomo pastor of the church.
The Industrial mission of the First
Baptist church will hold a meeting in
Ivorlte hall nt 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Oscar Oswald, who was a patient at
tho Moses Taylor hospital, has been
removed to his home on Cameron ave
The Pennsylvania Coal company will
not pay its employes today.
Services ut the different churches to
morrow aro as follows; At the Pres
byterian chinch, the Rev. W. F. Gib
bons, pastor. Morning seimon r.u'i
Jeit," Living for tho Sake of Others."
10.30 a. m.; Sunday school, 12 o'clock
noon; Junior Christian Endeavor, 3.30
p. m.; Senior Christian Endeavor, 6.30
p, m.; evening sermon, subject, "No
Compromising," 7.30 p. m. The morn
ing sermon will bo the Rev. W. F.
Glbboiib' third anniversary sermoi, si.
a most cordial Invitation Is .KfendrJ
I There is a a
1 Class of People
Who are injured by tho uso of cof. 3
E foe. Recently there has been placed
in all tho grocery stores a new pro-
paration cnlltd GllAIK-O, made of a
pure g.-ains, that takes tho placo of
E The most clclicnto stomach re.
E eelves it without distress, and but
E few can tell it from cotleo.
E It docs not cost over -J as much.
E Children may drink it with great ben-
efit. 15 cents nnd Succnts per pack-
age. Try it. Ask for GKAIN-O.
t Accept no Imitation.
MRS. PINKHAM'S ADVICE.
What Mrs. Noll Hurat has to Soy
DraiiMra. Pinkuam: When Iwroto
to you I had not been well for five years;
had doctored nil tho tlmo but got no
bettor. 1 had womb troublo very bad.
My womb pressed backward, causing
piles. 1 was in such misery I could
scarcely walk across tho floor. Men
struation was irregular and too pro
fuse, was also
had given up all
hopes of got ting
thought I had
Hvo bottles 01
Lydla E. Pink
I felt very much better
and was ablo to do nearly all my own
work. I continued the uso of your medi
cine, and feel that I owe my recovery to
you. I cannot thankyou enough foryour
advice and your wonderful medicine.
Any ono doubting my statement may
write to mo nnd I will gladly answer
all inquiries. Mrs. Nell Huiist, Deep
Letters like the foregoing, con
stantly being received, contribute not
a little to tho satisfaction felt by Mrs.
Pinkham that her madicino and counsel
are assisting women to bear their heavy
Mrs. Plnkham's address Is Lynn, Mass.
All suffering women are Invited to
write to her for advice, which will be
given without charge. It is an ex
perienced woman's advice to women.
to the public to bo present on thl3 oc
caslon. At the Methodist EpU'.opil church,
Rov. A. J. Van Cleft, pastor. Prey th
ing services at 10.30 a. m. and 7.".0 p.
m.; class meetings at 11.13 a. in.; Pun
day school at 2.30 i. m.; piayer meet
ing at C.30 p. m. Subject for morning,
"Tho Vlnu and the Branches." even
ing subjec), "An Honest Doubter."
Seats free and all mad-' welcome.
At the Dudley Street Baptist church,
Rev. R. M. Roderick. pat;ot Services
at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Subjects,
"Christ Outsldo the Church" and " Zac
cheus, or the Man Who Conquers 1) itl
cultles Respectfully." Uhe evening
subject Is tho fifth of a series on
"Queer Characters of New Testa
ment Times." Sunday school, 12
o'clock, noon; Junior Y. P. S. C. E.,
4 p. m.; Senior Y. P. S. C. E., C.30 p.
m. B. B. B. on Monday evening at
7.30 p. m. Tiustees meeting, Tuesday
evening; cottage prayer meeting, Wed
nesday evening; prayer and praise,
meeting, Thursday evening. We In
vite the public to our evening services.
Pea Coal Delivered, SH.25,
to South Side, central city and central
Hyde Park. Address orders to C. B.
Sharkey, 1914 Cedar ave. 'Phone 66S3.
Century Hose Company Hold a Rad
ical Meeting Chief Hickey Bids
Them Turn Out He Will
March with Them.
The Century Hose company held the
most Interesting meeting last night in
the career ot" tho company. The reso
lution with reference to the company's
sentiments on Chief Hlekey's removal
by Mayor Molr Is printed In today's
Another feature of the session bear
ing upon the Moir-IIickey controversy,
was a motion made, that the company
remain nway from Monday's parade
and Inspection. Mr. Hickey, who was
present, opposed the motion, and point
ed out the 111 effect of such a move.
"We aro public servants," said Mr.
Hickey, '"and as such we must do our
duty, Irrespective of what the official
head of the city does. From a point
of friendship, my friends, I ask you to
turn out Monday tho same as ever and
I will match with you. Men should
rise superior to conditions, and we
should do It," said the chief.
The motion referred to was voted
down and tho company will turn out
William J. Foley, proprietor of the
Roaring Brook hotel, was elected and
initiated to membership. He gave his
brother members an informnl reception
after the close of the meeting.
Dr. J. J. Walt-h is attending John
Meyers, of Stone avenue, who was pain
fully and seriously injured Thursday
afternoon by being thrown out of his
Ho Is Job teamster, and was coming
down Pear street, when his horse be
came frightened, and dashing off tipped
Meyers out. Ho was unconscious when
NUBS OF NEWS.
The funeral of tho late Andrew Mil
ler will be held this morning from his
lute homo on Pittston avenue. Ser
vices will be held at St. Mary's church.
August Schneider, of the firm of
Schneider Bros., and his fumlly, have
taken possession of their new home on
The gospel meeting Sunday, 3.43
o'clock, at the South Side Young wo
mens' Christian association rooms, will
be addressed by Miss C. Savage. Misses
Martha Nordt and Mary AVlrth will
sing. All women and girls are Invited.
Only Williams' Ico cream used with
soda water drawn at Manner's drug t
Nothing but the purest of fruit Juices
nnd rock cundy syrup used in soda
ilavors at Manner's pharmacy, DliO I
Green Itldge street. " I
CnANGE OF MARKET TLACE. ,
Hucksters Must Vacate Their Stand
on Mliliin Avenue.
Street Commissioner CXBoylo yester- '
day directed the hucksters nnd hay
dealers to vacate Mllllln avenue. They
wero given the choice of West Linden
street or the commons off Capouse
At Thursday night's meeting of se
lect council, Mr. Melvln Introduced a
resolution ulong these same lines. The
resolution, howuver, makes the vacant
lots near tho ConBumors' Ice company
plant the market place.
VERY STRONG RESOLUTIONS.
Wero Adopted by tho Century Hose
Century Hoso company, No. 10, of
South Scranton, nt Its meeting last
night, voiced In the appended resolu
tion tho feeling of the company rela
tive to Mayor Molr's action in remov
ing Chief Hlekey:
Tho Century llooo company. No. 10,
Scriintnn lire department, In regular ses
sion assembled, by their committee, do
slro to express to the public tho senti
ments not only of the Century Hose com
pany, but of tho entlro department In tho
summary nnd unwarranted removal of
P. J. Illckcy as clilof of tho department
without tho proper consent of select
Wo hereby enter our solemn protest
against tills Ill-advised action, for the
reason that the harmony nnd efllclcney
of the department has been Impaired and
dissensions brought about.
It is needless for us to rutoglza tho
Century Hov company, for in the face
of tho Inestimable work ilono and at
great expense the annual slato conven
tion of volunteer Itremcn was brought to
this city by them, and we feel our duty
to ourfulvrs nnd the department In gen
rial to make known our disapproval at
this tlmo on tho ovo of our fair nnd con
vention, the unprecedented action of our
mayor In this matter.
H. S. Sprulcs, James A. O'llara, Joseph
TI. C. Shafer, who has so ably pre
sided at the head of the board of direc
tors of tho Young Men's Christian as
sociation during the last two years,
was accorded a unanimous re-election
at the meeting of the board Thurs
day evening. Mr. Shafer wished to re
tire, but tho board wished otherwise.
The other officers are: Vice presi
dent. Cyrus D. Jones; treasurer, L. F.
Bower, re-elected, and general secre
tary, O. O. Muhy, re-elected. Secre
tary Mahy and A. B. Wurman were
elected as delegates to tho Internation
al convention of the association to bo
held at Grand Rapids Mich., May 23
While west, they will visit tho asso
ciation buildings In Cleveland, Chicago
and St. Louis. Secretary Mahy read
a leport of th" Lyceum Sunday meet
ings, showing that the average attend
ance was i"3: total attendance, S.U2S,
and professed conversions 101. of whom
S2 have given in their names. Many
of these have either ainanged to unite
with the city churches or have already
HOUR OH SERVICE CHANGED.
On Sunday the second service In the
First Presbyterian church will bo held
at 1.30 tn tho afternoon. Instead of 7.30.
The service will Include piayer and
praise nnd a short sermon by Dr. Mc
Leod. The choir Is under the direc
tion or John T. Watklns. The whole
service will last only an hour. This
should bo a. popular service.
David Cosner, of Newton died M.i 4,
In his eighty-sixth e.ir. Mr. Cosner was
born In Suttcx county, N. J., 111 Septem
ber, 1S12. His father and biother moved
from New Jcrtey to Pennsylvania when
bo was Ijut four years eld. He had lived
on the tame- tarm which lie Improved
from a forest to Its piet-cut high state
of cultivation, lie was the founder of
the Ncwfton turnpike, Introduced tho
tlrst breed of I'ereluron horses in Ni wtoa
township and also the Hist steam thresh
ing machinery. His llrst wife was Miss
Amy Ice, ot Wyoming, by whom ho had
six children Irti, Lewis, Selden S. Amy,
deceas-ed, wife of John Ccou, Lydla, de
ceased, wife, of Thomas J. Spencer, and
Selma. Mr. Cosucr's stcond wife was u
Mrs. Ufford, of Mllwai.Me. also deceasid.
Mr. Cosner will be hurled In tho tamlly
burying giound nt tho homestead tomor
low. Fui.Bial seivlces at 2 o'clock.
Edward S. Price, of .',71 Ninth Ihili
Park avenue, died at 0 o'clock jtsteriluy
morning after a short Illness. Deceased
was born in Wales, November lu, 1SJ0,
and camo to this city frum Maryland In
1SW and has blnco n sided here. He was a
member of Silurian lodge of Odd Fellow. s
and the Tabernacle Congregational
church. For many years Mi. Pile-e wus
employed as a blackMnlth by the Dela
ware, Lackawanna und Western und
Lackawanna Iron and Steel companies
His wlfo and two daughters survive him.
Mrs. Thomas 11 James and .Miss Mar
garet A. Pi ice. The funeral services will
he held at tho house .Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock and at 2.30 at the chinch. I11
teimcnt will bo made In the 1'oics.t Jllll
Jo.-.eph Sanboin, sr., diui ye-.tord.iy at
4 e'clock at the residence of his daugh
ter, Mrs. W. J. Coleman, 5'.".1 Luzerne
street. Deceased was "! years of ukc
and respected by all who ki.ew him. He
t-crvrd In tho Union army In tho Civil
war and was an active member of Lieu
tenant Ezra Grlilln post. No. 130, Grand
Army of tho Republic. Deccared ha& re
sided here for tnanv years though a na
tive ot Now Yolk statu. He is survived
by two daughters, Mr. Minnie Zuugn -r
and Mrs. V. J, Coleman, and one son,
Joseph Sanborn, Jr., all icsIUents of this
cltj. Short services will be held at the
residence tonight and the rem.ilns will
be taken to Rye, N. Y., tomouow lor In
terment. Martha, tho lC-year-old daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. CJlbbons, of 121 Tenth btreet.
died at tho homo of her purents at 4.T0
o'clock Tuesday morning. Funeral ser
vices will bo held at St. Luke's
chuich at 3 o'clock. Rev. .Mr. Israel will
perform tho sen ice.
Mrs. Dorothy Kelly died early ychter
day morning at the residence on Mineral
stieet after a i-hort Illness Ilecc.isPil
was 70 eais of age and has resided here
for many years. Two daughters, Jennie
and Annie, survive her. Tho funeral will
be announced later.
It is Incontrovertible! i
The Editor of the " Christian Million,"
under tho heading of General Notes, on
August so, 1856, wrote ;
"A good article will stand upon Its own
merits, ond we may rtly upon It that nothing
III continue long which does not. In a more
or less degree, harmonize with the state
ments which are published concerning It."
Mr. Hall Calne,
Author of "The Deemster," "The Msnx.
man," "The Christian," etc., when tptak.
iog on "Criticism," recently, said .
"When a thine that Is advertised greatly
Is good It goes anil goes permanent ly ; hen
It is bad, It only coe for a walla i tbo public
finds It out."
The Proprietor of
BEECSUfof S P.LLS
has said over and over again
" It it n fnll.cv to Imazlne that anything
will sell Just because It Is oJ' ertlied. llow
many nontrums have been started with glare
and anullcd out In gloom r Ihe taitls, a
man l not easily gulled a second timet and
ccry dissatisfied purchaser does ten times
more harm than one saUslied does good.
Assuredly the ale ol more than 0,000,000
botes ol IHiCCIIAM'S PILLS per annum,
altera public trial id hall-a-ccntury, Is con.
elusive testimony ot their popularity, u
i-i.. ..-.I n-..urrilnl virirtti'
fellUIIty Uu viufiii"i ,w.i
nehiin'rillfho fir inanyreirt Un tin pcpulir I
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mil Ihty cow Unl itli- ut i mil. lu kt,la Matt (
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sad J ccnll cltii, i ii oruB iuic.
women are compelled
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business, duties.? Theirappear&ncet plainly 'nV
Qicates 7tneir condition?
to be seen
labusinesswoman saysto such sufferers1
Mrs. C. W Moniflold. M Forrnr Street, Detroit, Jllon., toy:
"A. complication of female nllinenW kept mo awake nlghti and
wore me out. I could tt no rellof from medicine nnd hope was slip
ping away from me. A young lady lu my employ gave mo a box of
for. Wllllami' link Pllli for Tale People. I took them and m ablo
torest ot nitht for the tint time In month. I bought more and they
cured me as they nUo cured aeveral othor people to my knowledge. 1
cured me as they also cured several othor people to my knowledge.
thlnU that If vnn nhnnlil n.tr inrnf 1 hn drilsrcrUta Of Detroit. Who ft!
think that If you should 01k any
the bot buyers of Ur. Williams' Pink I'ilTs they would say tho
young women. Theto pills certainly build np the nsrrous ajatoia and
many a young womnn owes ner mo
g woman owes her Itfd to them.
us woman I am pleated to recommend them as ther old
than any physician and I can glvo Dr. Williams' Pink
1'eoplo credit for my general good health to-day."
mora for me than i
Pills for rale P
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
sale bv all drudtfists,
on receipt of price, 5o cents per box, six boxesJ
42.5o. bv the Dr. Williams Medicine Company.
10 tiontri , atuu p . uu
5 THE POPULAR HOUSE
fj Lawn Seed,
2 Lawn Mowers,
g Lawn Sprinklers,
2 Lawn Settees,
2 Door Screens,
2 Window Screens,
J5 Garden Hose,
llFOOTE & FULLER CO J!
H .Hears Iiiildiii, 110-142 Washington Avenue, C
A CADEMY OF MUSIC,
BUROUNDHK & RI1IS. Lesssei.
II. K. LU.NU, Manager.
Ualance of Wi-t-k
Daniel Sully in his funny comedy,
THE CORNER GROCERY.
Jlatineo I'rices-15, K
Kvenlug I'riees 10 2j. , 30.
OXi: WEEK. I'OMJIKNt'lNG
MONDAY, MAY 8.
Th-3 Clair Pates & Russell Conndy Co
In a rcpoi tolre of popular pl.is, open
ing Monday (.vtnliiK wlih that up-to-date
A Dashing Widow
A special fc.miro lb the lady orchestra
of eight musicians.
Dime Slatlnoo daily, tommem-itis Tii"tf
d.i. Hvuilne Prices 10, 20, TO.
ELIXIB OF OPIUM
Is a preparation ot tho Drug t wlilih lis
Injuiloiib clteets ato rmoed while tho
valuable medlc-li ul propertlex aro ro
tnlned. It possesses all the sedative
nnodvne and uutl-t-pasmodli' powcis of
Opium, but produces no sk-ltness of tho
btomaeh, no vomiting;, no cobUvmipmk, no
headaehe. In neuto nervous dlsordeis It
Is nit invaluable remedy, and Is recom
mended by tho b-st phslelans
SUM HV MAIL IN PLAIN WRAPPUR,
ON RLCUIpr OF PRICIi. 50c
372 Pearl St, New York.
John I.ouko was committed to tho
county Jail yesterdjj by Alderman Kan
son lu di fault of VJ0U on u eluiiKO of lat
ceny. Trnnk llonettl was prosecutor and
stated that I.ouko had taken a Btin
valued at Jlrt which was tho proport) of
Julia Mdllleor. Ho fllltlier .illi'Utd til It
IuiKon hud the gun blncc November 5,
John 13. Hall was defendant In two
suits, tor false pretenses hrmmht iiKittiiHt
him lu AliUrman Howo'm olliec yester
day. In one caso 1'hlllp II. roync, of tho
t'uyno Hoine. Laekawannu uciiuo,
charted hlni with olitalnliu; $10 on the
slreliulli of a bonus theck. The defend-
ant was held In 51"1 for Ids appeal anco
at court and In default was committed
to the count Jail.
In the other cumc Hall was Joint de
f. ndant with iltlfum HoIiIiimju. tho two
mm havlnpr done hulness us Hall & Roi
Iiimiii. The linn of Aspoll & t.'o., through
thilr nciiit. OeoiBo H C'rawfoid wero
pmsieuteis. The alleRattou was tint
Messrs. Hull und Roblnscm had obtained
irmid to tho value of J112 23 In Aukii it.
M mi tho MtreiiKtli of cirtllled credit
nnd had elo.-ed out their buslnihs siiue
nnd yet had not pild Aspell & Co. Hull
wus lu Id in J-'00 and In default toinmitted
t,i the county liil. Knblnson was held
in the sama amount and ftiruislied a
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup.
Has been usul for over F1FTV Vi:AR3
I," MILLIONS of MOTIIKKM for their
i IIH.imHN WIlII.i: TIIKTHlN'l WITH
pi'.urncT Ri'ccr.ss. it sooTm;a tho
( HI1.D. SOFTKNH the ODilS, ALLAYS
nil TAIN: UL'!U:S WIND COLIC, and
l.i tho best remedy for DIAKltllOKA.
Sold by Drueslsts In twery part of tho
world. Do hiiiu and ask for "Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup." and tal.o no other
kind. TwcnU'-llve cents a battle.
Business men. often,
there is' oncUhind which
til .. A
completely ninney "ojr&
-.. i 1
world; Hheycan't be
pended4upo.n1 .bec&uaef they
.It a truethat manvrn
fto - ' looKj-orw&rd totimea
and they are reluctant!
even by their" friends. Read what.
of tho druggist of Detroit, who aro
for Pale People are for
or will be sent, postpaid
new book, Plain talksa
any auuicoa uu i Kiub,
FURNISHING STORE. 5
SCRANTON, onobnl?v MAY 22
ASH STREET GROUNDS.
AND THE WORLD'S ROUGH RIDERS
A klniliMKiirtrn of hls-ton Two de-eadt-
In eMstt-nei WmhliiK equestrian
ism, primitive -a.ii;i civil mid military,
rnnjolneil with an annex of t'olonlnl equl
tatlon U,l.l'STRATKI HV TIIH HOHSKMEN
Ol-' I'OIITO HH'O, C'l'UA. HAWAII.
And a vivid and limpliltiK reproduction of
I.AT11ST J1AKT1A1. THirjIPH,
Presented by u iletiiclunent of thofo
Modern Man. Is of Voluntary Military
Merit, to all lutiire known as
Roosevelt's Rough Riders,
"Worths lielit to the fame or the 1'lulns
men and veritable "Chips of the Old
llloek." tojiithii with their companion
patriots und laurel iron mil paragons of
lua.ery. discipline, endurance and skill,
United States Regular Cavalrymen.
COL. CODY, "BUFFALO BILL"
Appears at each performance.
Charge Up San Juan Hill
A vivid, truthful thiilllnpr, heart-stfr-rinc,
dloramie leproductlon of which will
be presented by S4me of the
aUN'L'lNU I'AItTICIPANTS IK THH
This will bo but ono of the spectacular
features added to tho Intensely Interest
Ins and Instroctlvi proRrammo of thla
WOUI.ti.l'AMEP COrtMOl'OI.ITAN' EX
IIIIIITIO.V Itcad tho tinhiuit -Muster Roll of the
World's Mounted Warriors,
TlrotiRht together for tho first time in
hiitoo In piaeeful rivalry and formins
u Brand exhibition ol the
hhotiii:riiooi) oi-' man
fnlted States Cavalrymen und Artillery
men German Culras-sieis, Cossack Ar
tllliiv, Arabian Nrrobnts. Queen's
Own lmeers. Mexican IyaswlstH,
rtotiih American Unuclioa, Sioux
Indians Cowbos Filipinos, H,l
wallanK, Itui klnsr MustniiRS,
Johnaki Ilukf5r, Annlo Oakloy,
PARADE OF NATIONS,
la-il by Uuffalo UIU'H World-Famou
MOU TED COWBOY BAND
MONDAY MORNING, M1Y 22, RT 10 O'CLOCK
TWO EXHIBITIONS DULY RilnorSMne.
Afternoons at a o'clock. Mjht at 8 o'clock.
Doors Open One Hour Dsrllir,
Night as llj;ht aa day and as completa
In di tall.
GEN KRAI. ADMISSION, 50 cts.
Children unJer 0 years, 35 cents.
Numbeied coupon, actually reserves
seat, will ho sold on il.ijs of exhibition
ni Matthews Uros., 'SM Lackawanna, avo-
Yesterdny's Iilnrrlnge Licenses.
Joseph aemolndur Prlcenurl
Mny Lewis I'rlccburJ
IMniund Lewis ...Scranto
ISIizabeth Jones Mcrantnl
Ucccham'n Tills euro sick headacho.
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