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THE SCI? ANTON TIHBTTNE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 9. 18!) t.
STELLE&SEELEY NEWS FROHI WEST SIDE
MR. J. L. STELLE will continnn
the business uuder tb tirtu name uf
Stelle & Seeley.
THK BVXB rorULAIl
WEBER and SHAW PIANOS
IN Q BEAT VARIETY, Al.su
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and witblo your roach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Mcve taken ovor 100 first premiums to
I lie past lift j years.
Ot'ipr makes of Pianos. Four mafc.w at
Organs In beautiful now designs, B0 our
nock baton baying. Wo have tho goods.
Cur price io right Every Hung m tU
STELLE k SEELEY
S4 Wyoming. Ave.. Stranton. Fa.
fcEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPUUR
HAVE THE INIT1US
G.. B. 8c Co,
tirnrintnil nn Each Clgr
a Day That Will Interest Hyde
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
1 H I .. .
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE. EAR. NOSK AND THROAT.
135 WYOMING AVE.
WW Se-ley is visiting relatives to the
Mis Bird, of Windier, if. Y., is the guest
of Scranton friends.
Mrs. A. L. Patterton, of tidale, is
the guest ol Miss Jennie Andrews.
Mr. aud Mrs. William McClave are ex
pected home from the south tomorrow.
Mr. Dale aud Miss Dale, uf Daleville,
are guests of Mr. and Miss Dale, of Jeffer
HE IS ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN.
What a Salesman Uuit Do to X.n: With
But a successful salestum is a good
actor. He can adapt himself to any
character, Hteaa be at ease in any
; lac. He can assume any position,
and that without a reiwarsal. for there
is no time to "mike up" for the part be
is to play, no opportunity to con his
lines. Everything is done on the spur
of the moment.
f or iustance, he haa just left a jovial,
hearty, hail-fellow well-tner, who is
cordial and friendly even to his re
fusal, and he next opens to the oppo
site. The laugh, the joi.e, the happy
go lacSy familiarity must be cast
aside aud tue actor must at once as
sume a new part. This is where the
the artistic salesman shows his fine
work. And that is the reason wuy
first class salesmen are not picked np
like goods on a bargain counter. Of
course, a salesman who is handling or
Introducing something that is so good
and worthy that it requires little be
yond its own intrinsic merit to please
ia not obliged to use the arts which are
called into being when the "some
thing" needs exterior influence. That
Is one r-ason why the solicitor for The
Tribuxk edition of Britannic hare but
little more to do than to answer in
quiries. The Encyclopedia Britannic, which
The Tkibcne is off ring for 10 cents a
day, has so great a msrit in itself, has
inch an established and world-wide
reputation, and can be obtained on
snch unheard-of terms th it it neds
no salesman's art. It speaks for itself.
Tn TrtlBCNS Encyclopedia office is
open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evenings. Courteous attendants will
answer all inquiries. v Hundred of
ets of this edition h ive been sent to
subscriber of The Tribune who hast
ened to aoc-pt the 10 cents a day offer,
and many sets are coming to fill orders
Think of it ; twenty five rolnmes, the
complete Encyclopedia Britannic,
brought np to -late for 10 cents a day
$1.1)1 per volume. This offer must soon
be withdrawn. Do not miss your op
portunity. AMUSEMENT NOTES.
Regarding Willi am Barry in "The
Bising Gem-ration'" wiiich will be at
the Academy this anil tomorrow even
ings, the Buffalo Orarler, a remarkably
conservative piper, had the following
to say in it issne of Jan 88:
"Martin MnSliayne, as portrayed by
William Harry, while it is not one with
which we are all familiar we may be
pretty sure that it exists, from the
hint of it we get from the New York
newspapers of the anti-Tammany
tripe. The character of McShayno is,'
in away, exaggerated, and ynt we rec
nize in 1. 1 in traits and qualities which
we bavo seen exhibited in n dozen men.
The droll wit of McSnayne, which
keeps the house in a roar, is effective
because it is perfectly natnral lik i
other wit we have heard again and
again from other tongues. Usnally we
bear a witty man get off his good
things with intervals between. Mc
bhayrie gets them off incessantly, but
not, like the smart men in "Lady Win
riermera's Fan," ns if lie were doing ho
to hoar himself talk. The flow of talk
is never interjected. It always springs
I out of tho requirements of the situa
tion. ''As an Irish comedian of the comic
tamp who can surpass William Barry?
He is droll without the least effort aud
he can evoke skrieks of laughter with
out the utterance of mingle word."
the silver kino.
No play written in reoint years for
the English or the American atagee hat
drawn out more 'favorable comment
than "The Silver King." In its dra
matic construction, in the characteri
sation and scenic opportunity, and in
'ength and vigor of its dialogue,
r superior to anything of its
class on the stage at the present day.
"The Silver King" will be at the Aoad
tmy next Tuesday.
Book by Express.
Any person ordering ten or more books
t one tune may have them sent by ex
EPWORTH LEAGUE ENTERTAINS
A Successful Event at the Simpson
Methodist Church - Thomas Youtli
f'oril Arrested tor Assaulting Mrs.
Thomas Machiench and Joseph
Constance Harry Murphy, Thirteen
Years Old, Bitten by a Dog.
The West Side oftlcs of the Soa.vSMM
TlliHUXlc is located at Us K.nuh Mam atf
line, where subscriptions, advartieeiueuu
aud communications will receive prompt
The entertainment and social of the
EpWOrtb league of the Simpson Metho
dist Episcopal oharch oooured last
Toning in tue lecture room. The audi
torium was well filled and was neatly
decorated. The programme was
ODOnon with a selection by a male glee
club, after which the question, "lt
olved, That Nature is More Pleating
tO the Eve Thau Art" was debated
Die first sneaker ou the affirmative
was P, JF, Gibbs, who presented a very
strong argument. H. L Morgan,
t tie first speaker on the negative aide
made a convincing talk and made many
gooa point. suace .noser, mo intra
debater, denounced art ns compiled
with nature. He referred to the 'o
seinite valley, Natural bridge of Vir
ginia and the rock of Gibraltar. Will
( rawford, the fourth speaker, brought
forth some very convincing arguments.
The judges were W. Gaylord Thomas,
William Coons, Alfred Go Ishall and
Thomas H. Dale. Tlie debate wm de
ciJed In favor of the affirmative. The
glee club again sang, after which coftoe
and Oake were t-rvod. A World's Fair
Art gallery attracted great attention
Charged With Assault and Battery.
Tbomaa Youthford, a young man re
st ling on the Providence road, was ar
retted by Constable Jihu Davis yes
terday OOargsd with aesuult and but
tery. The prosecutors were Mr uud
Mrs. Thomas Machoieuch aud a
boarder named Joe Coustauce, who
claim that he came to their house aud
.ssaultel them, and threw stones
agaiust tue door. A hearing was given
before Alderman Blair,
Bitten by a Dog-.
Harry Murphv, the lS-year-old son
of Thomas Murphy of North Sumuer
aTonne, was savagely attacked by a
dog owned bv Edwin IHviei of Roberts
court ycsterdiy moruiug aui was se
verely bitten uu the side of his body.
Police OffL'er Dyer afterward shot .the
Funeral of Mrs. Burarerhoff.
The funeral of Mrs. Burgerhoff . of
North Lincolu avenue, will take place
tomorrow morning from the family
residence at ) o'clock. The remains
will be conveyed to St. John's German
Catnolic church where Riv. Father
Fricker will celebrate a solemn high
mass of requiem. Interment will be
celebrated at St. John's Catholic cemetery.
Inters-ring- New Motes.
Rev Dr. R. S. MacArtbur, of New
York city, will deliver an interesting
lecture entitled "Chips from Many
Shops," this evening at the Jackaou
Street Baptist chnrca.
Miss Bth McMnrtrie. of Moosic. is
vititing Miss Mattie Williams, of Gar
Mrs. Coons and daughter Martha, of
Carbondale, are visiting Miss Martha
Smith, on North Hyde Park avenue
Miss Stella Banning, of North Lin
coln avenue, retnrned last evening
Mrs N. S James, of Eynon strset, is
The Columbia Hose company, No. 5,
will entertain its many friends with a
hall at Tnrner Hall on Washington's
Mrs George Fellows, of Tenth
street, and Mrs. Hinkee, of Sonth
Bromley avenne. are ill.
At last night'a meeting of common
council Mr N'ealie, ordinance for side
walks on Sixth street passed two read
ings Ask your grocer and butcher for
(,'arr's home made mince msat.
of both men who attempted to fire a
blast for which they did not
have the proper firing squibs
The two laborers wishing to gain
time, did hot await his return, but
made a fuse oat of paper, oil and
powder. The paper was soaked in
miner's oil, which is highly Inflam
mable, and the powdsr rolled inside in
the same manner that the regular fuse
it. This wati attached to the blast ami
a lighted lamp applied. The fiery oil
blazed instantly, there was a blinding
Hash, and a crash of the heavy rocks,
and the two laborers were picked up by
their coiuradet crushed ami bleeding
The shot was so sudden that neither
had time to gat away
The realdeno occupied by E. T.
Dane and family on Cherry street has
been purchased by J, O Moffut. a
sistant general pMMDger agent of tho
Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad,
who will take possession at early date.
Mr llnne will rem ire to a ban lsonu
on Cherry alreel which is now under
course of construction
The many friends of Miss Lucetta
Miller will lie pleas 'd to learn that she
en joy her new labors in the I. idles
home in Brooklyn.
The geutleiusu of the PrtHhyterian
chinch held a meeting last evening to
arrange for asocial to be given at the
church parlors during the b.-st weuk in
The Young Ladies' Missionary soci
ety has made elaborate arrangements
for tho oaks and Apron ttocial which is
to be held at the manse this afternoon
They have concluded to make aprons,
towels or cukes to order, to any one
wishing any special kind of cake, a
special design of apron or towel, can do
so by leafing their orders with the
young ladies this afternoon. Adiiiis-
11 hi is free and a cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Ticket . are out for tho Brotherhood
of Hallway Trainman anniversary ball,
which will be held at the Old Follows'
hall Tuesday evening, Morch 97, The
tickets entitle the bolder to an adinls
ion and a rhauce on fit) in gold. Tho
tickets are in the bauds of members,
and can be procured at any time.
Mrs. Fox, of Carbondale, is n guest
at the homo of Mr. John II. Smith.
A bard tight on the extension of the
Rapid Transit company' ordinance is
expected at the next meeting of the
borough council. The numbers are
about evenly divided on the matter
and although it has passed first read
ing, the end is not yet. 1'. J. HorMii.
preeideut of the companv, is going to
make strenuous efforts to have it
passed About a year ago an ordin
ance was granted, then giving them a
franchise covering the outskirts of the
town, but owing to the inability to
reach Scriinton by tho proposed route,
a few changes are necessary.
In selecting OwenCorrell ! candidate
for the office of auditor the Republican
party has made a wiso choice Mr.
Correll it a man of intelligence and is
well knottu as one who commands the
respect of all regardless of piirty. He
made a strong fight for the office last
winter and great things are predicted
of him for the coming election.
Mr. and Mrs, Martin Mullen have
returned from their wedding trip.
John J Murphy, proprietor of the
Green Mountain hotel, is sick.
Mrs. W. L. Purcell bas returned
from a week's visit at Plymouth.
Lenten services will be held every
Friday and Sunday evening at St.
Mr. William Loveland, of Green
ville, has accepted a position with
NOTES OF SOUTH IE
a Day That Will
PROGRAMME FOR ANNIVERSARY
Mrs. E. H. Ripplo Will Preside Many
Prominent Persons Will Participate.
Sewer Committee of Board of
Trade at Work Mr. Sweeney to
Improve the Mountain Road Two
Accidents at the Steel Mill.
NO CHANGE IN POLLING PLACE.
Improvements Must Be Made, How
ever, Where Voters of First Dis
trict of Sixth Ward Cast Votes.
The following excellent programme
will bo rendered at the celebration of
the second anniversary of the Young
Women' Christian association this
Scripture reading Mrs. Hippie
Solo lilac Mitchell
RomonlecenoOO Mis. L, M. llules
Retnerln Col. K U. Ripple
Solo .Mine lluber
Talk Miss If, Dunn, state bur rotary
Remark OoL B. M. Boles
Duel Misses UupKlna and Bardenbarg
Address KeV. It. Ixntnl
Solo Alias iluiillell
Remarlii Mr. B, M. Hums
I" I. edict Ion
Tho literary programme will be fol
lowed bv a loeial time, at which Miss
Dong uud Mr. Doersam will fuiuitb
Sewer Committee Working-.
S L Spruks, Christian Storr and
George Soheuer, the special committee
appointed by the board of trade to ef
fect uu exteusion of the proposed Elev
enth ward sewer, waited ou the city
engineer yetterday, Select Councilman
Westplahl also being in attendance
Mr. Phillips was in Denver I'allB in
specting thtt iron work for the
Parker street bridge. Ho is ex
pected to return ou Monday when
the couiuiitteo will again wait ou
hllil. The intention of the committee
is us follows: They will ask Mr. Phil
lips to prepare a profile showing an ex
tension up Beech street to Plltstou
avenue, and thence along that thor
oughfare to River street. This done
the committee will circulate a petition,
the intention being to ask only the
property holders west of Prospect ave
one to enter the now district. No
properly above Prospect a venue will be
Improvlog Mountain H u 1
At last night' meeting of common
council Mr. Sweeney introduced an or
dinance appropriating 500 for the pur
pose of improving the mountain road
in the Twelfth ward. Mr. Sweenev
takes the money from a balance in the
Fifteenth district sewer and he asked
the committee to report the ordinaune
at the next meeting to avoid any delay
Mr. Sweeuey also presented a resolu
tion directing the mavor to issue
proelamutiou for a special election in
tho Niuteenth ward.
Two Accident Yesterday.
Henry Wehrum, son of Chief Engin-
neer Wehrum of the Lackawauna Iron
aud Steel company, was painfully in
jured at the South works yesterday.
The young man runs the test rolls in
the converting department and about
noon yesterday a man uamed Turner
hit him on the head with a shovel in
flicting an ugly wound.
David F. Kellg wasserionsly injured
at tns North works yetterday. While
pastihg between the rolls bit heel was
caught by the koy in a live roller and it
wus fearfully mangled. He wat taken
to the Lackawanna hospital
DEATH OF EHHIEF BYRON WADE.
Books I Books I Books 1
During thu coming week we shall offer
to the Hiibscilbnrs of Tin: Tumi i. ruru
bin gams in books.
e have a large line of bright and pop
ular volumes, elegantly bound, that we
intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at about mitt-fourth of the usual price.
The following list will give von an idea
of the inducement! and the iiuusiinl op
portunities to secure vuluablo additions to
Regular 1 ribiuie s
Hie World's Fair (Net) fJ.W
'ictorial History ol theUrcat
Civil Wur a tM)
'durum. Progress llllust'edi 8.80
Carth, Sea and Sky 7.1
Marvelous Wonder! ".75
.He and Works of Spurgeon 1, 80
Pictorial History of the fliblo 8.78
Museum of Wondsra !i.7ft
mi Pole to I'nle M.H
Pictorial History of the Uni
ted Mates 8.00
Science of Life '2.75
Life of Itanium 1,80
Indian Horrors I. .VI
Bbepp't Photograph! a so
i.. the N avigator, . .
Hear Column iStnnley's
Webster llletioiiury in oliu-
linlf Hussiu .y,
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
p RICES on brand-new Suits and Over
coats in our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
On pi ntalimi of two of tlie mi
nbaoriben ol TBB tuiii-
puichasu any book in Hie
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
RBKIKOTOM Typewriters and Kdiaon
I'lionegiaplis for mile gud runt. Copying
Work executed. Phonographs rented for
an owning s entertain meat. Ti-loplione
2IM3. lidw. Uunstor, Jr 4ai Spruce
A new bicycle worth $7a will be sold for
tl!5. The machine is guaranteed aud is a
lure bargain. Muchinu may bo seen ul the
THE COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is tho most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn-.
ylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
Vose & Sons ' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
Aui all kinds of Musical Merchandise
constantly uu hand.
COR One Week, commenc
' ing Monday, February
5, we will have a CHINA
CUP AND SAUCER Sale,
when we will sell Cups and
Saucers for less than
Their value. Remember
this sale will be for one
week ONLY, as we posi
tively will not sell a cup at
the sale nrice after next
CHINA v HALL
weichel & Millar
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Tlio Holidays are here, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a Cfaristma,
Present. Prices are lower than any other music store in Scranton. Special
Attention Remember always when you start out to search for a Piano or Or
gan that Christopher Columbus points with bis right hand to the exact plaoa
you want to go. Now here it is:
205 VASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
Destruction of bossism in municipal
politics ia now I he slogan which aronses
the best elements in this borough
to action. For two years past one man
has determined our municipal charac
ter nnd administration, by gathering
around him certain elements actuated,
not by a desire for the advancement
snd welfare of municipal affairs, but
in the hope of gain, to be derived by a
distribution of the loavss nnd fhh
which control of the borongh o'
Bees wouid afford The nri.i
erty holders, whether corpora te
or individual, as such, have
riithts here, and it is not only their
risrht. but their duty to uatert them
selves in all that relates to municipal
interest and well lieing Professional
politicians, whose sole aim is to de
rive political preferment from their
party on account of their "pull" in the
dlatrlet in which they reside, must b
relegated to the rear and men with
real interests who have at heart the
welfare and advancement of the bur
ongh put in their place. Politics shimld
have no place in municipal matters
There is nothing in our home affsire
that ir Republican or Demi crutir, all
that concerns nt is to have our affairs
well and economically managed, and
the welfare nnd improvement of our
borongh advanced nt the lowest possitdn
cost to the twnarur. Kor this
purpose men of well estab
lulled probity and butinois canscitr
sir. ii l I bo chosen regardless of their
political affiliations One ticket pre
sented to the suffrage of our citizens
made np along this lino. Although
placed unilor the heading "Kepubli
can" it is really citizen'! ticket. Every
candidate on it is well and favorably
known as men of Integrity, sobriety
and business capacity end should re
ceive the hearty support of nil who fa
vor good government rather than mn
chine methods and political demagogy,
1 he timet ripe in political affair to
reduce the distinctively political elo
ment to a minimum and it oan bo done
by a hearty, earnest support of the
men presented ou the above ticket
John Uoldon and Patrick Reagan, la
borert nt the Pennsylvania Coal com
pany's No. 5 shaft, were seriously in
jured by a blatt which they had care
lessly llifhted in the absence of their
miner, ratricK liolden. MoJden was
badly injured about the back and it ia
thought that his hip bones are either
broken or dislocated. Reagan's right
leg was broken and hie shoulder in
jured, fear are entertained that the
collar bone 1 also broken. The accl
dent 1 attributed to the carelestnetm
On Jan. 'Si a number of voters of the
Firtt district of tho Sixth ward petl
tioued the court to change the polling
place from the house of Patrick ti d-l-n
alleging that the place was uuianit'try.
Judge Archbald yesterday handed
down the following opinion in the mat
ter: The polling place originally fixed for
this district was uot exactly where It is
now, slthonijli substantially there, but in
the slight change which has been made
some things have been brought about
which certainly call for correction, if no
more. The original polling place was ou
Ptftfa street, at or near the corner of l,u
zerue. As so located, thu entrance to It
was upnu a public street, and it was cor
respoudingly accessible. The rooms
where elections have been recently held,
while practically upon the ssme property,
has been approached from Fifth street,
over the land of the property owner, be
tween the building then located and In
nnd about a privy and manure heap, to be
found in the renr. This state of things
we cannot approve of. It may be that it
was thought necessary. Inasmuch as the
original location of the polling place was
on Fifth street, to preserve the approaches
to It from that side after the removal to
the present ro en lint even if this be so,
we cannot allow the state of things which
tbll idea has brought about to continue.
The voters of the district cannot he re
qnlrod to exercise the right of suffrage
under these disndvan tag -s and constraints
fnsy are entitled to at least, a clean anil
public approach to the polls, and this it is
our duty to see thai they have. We are
not iurlltied at this time to remove this
polling place from the locality where it
hat been held, without suggestion of re
moval. for so many veers. To do so in
the face of the coming election in the ward,
would pul tho court, in the posle atti
tnde of taking sides between tne respec
tive candidates If a change is desired
subs- oiiently and isoiipomid, it may be that
we shall desire also to take t of
the voters anil see what i .tie- wish of the
majority upon that ipiestmu. All we pro
pose to do rot the present is to meet the
We will sanction the holding of the
polls in the room where they have been
held for the last, few years and which the
county commissioners report to lie verv
suitable for the purpose, but upon one
condition. The approach to them BWlt
b from the front on Hailroad aveaue ami
that In thn rear from Fifth street mint be
intlrol closed up. We therefore make
Die following order:
Ordered, That the following pltco for
the first election district of the Sixth wid
ol Scranton tie fixed at. the room of the
hotel of Patrick Uoldon, heretofore used
for that, purpose on Kullroad avenue near
the corner of Luzerne street, and It Is
further ordered that, the said room shall be
so opened ns to be approached by voters
from the front ou said Hailroad avenue
and that, the approach from the rear on
Fifth street ahull be kept wholly closed
and not used on election day. The cost of
this proceeding to be paid by the county
Music Bnxsa Exclusively.
Pest mnde. Play any desired number of
tunes. Osutschl & Hons., manufacturers,
IU0 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
nerful orchesti ial organs, only ti and till.
Specialty Old music boxes rnrefully re
paired and Unproved with new tunes.
Anhruser iluaoh Bear.
Jam Is Lob man s, HU6 Spruce ?b e
88 nnd fif Lackawanna avenue. Rvery
dar from 8 a. m. to 10 a. in Hound steak,
lie: sirloin steak, 14c; standing rib rontt,
10c. j chuck roast, 8c.; boiling meat, 4c.;
fresh pork, Kc ; pork sausage, I'Jc.
Succumbod to Heart Fiiluro at Bit
House on Sumner Aveaue.
El Chief of Polioe Hymn R Wade,
aged SO years, died at bil home ou
South Sumner uvsuue nt 10 10 o'clock
list night from heart failure. Mr.
Wade was born near Montrose, Sus
quehanna comity in March 1844. He
enlisted in the army when the first
calt for men was made for a nine
month service, and again ho re-inlisled
and served until tho close, and was
present at the surrender of Lee.
He was chief of police of this city for
four yearB tinder Mayor Hippie and oue
year under Mayor Fellows Since that
time he bad been employed as clerk for
the Maloney Oil company on West Lack
awanna avenue. He tind been a member
of the Methodist EplaOOpal church for
Mr. Wade ii survived by a widow and
two children, namely, Sophie and Hat
tie. Tne funeral arrangement! will be
MISS BELLE ARCHFR AS A STAR.
She Makes Her Initial Appsaranoe In An
Arabian Night at the Academy.
Miss Belle Archer, an actress who
has many warm, personal friends in
Scranton, has good reason to feel
proud at the succeas that attended
her initial appearance as a star, which
interesting event occurred at the
Academy of Music last evening. Mi
Archer has frinetitly appeared at the
leadliu; lady ol excellent dramatic
organizations, and her work has ul
ways been of such a superior character
that the correctly concluded that she
has nt much right to appear us a star
us any one on the stage.
"An Arabian Night'' wa tho play
chosen for Mis Archer to preient. It
ia a bright comedy from the pen of
Sidney Orundy, and it brimful of
humor of a refreshing kind. A young
married man. with u mother-in-law
an I a brOtherlnlaW, represents hiui
sel at Haroiin Al Raiobid, of Arabian
Nights fame, mid meets a young circus
performer whom he introduce! as bis
niece from Aineiicn. The real niece
soon turns up and the c.omiilicatlona
that foil ow am extrsiuely ludicrous.
For a first performance, "An Arabi
an Night," moved very smoothly, and
convulted the audience. Miss Archer
was splendid ns Hose Colombier, the
circus performer, and was ably sup
I Lm 1. - it . .
i ' ut siiuii vawiioui ui'iors as
Hubert Hickman, F.velyn Vernon,
CharJei Bntler, Mlai LonUe Qalloway,
Miss Florence Marion uud Mrs. Fantiy
urnves' photos, 486 flpruoa itreot,
2 The UENUINE Nea S
i 'iitikTlt pianos i
York wnrerooms, .No.
XU Fifth avenue.
E, C. RICHER cS CO., I
nlers in thi-i
Adams a vi
The Great Marvel of Dental Science
31G Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J O, sf. amonssays ABOUT
lilts HBNTVOOU I nni i i
After having eleven teeth extracted al
" sitting by tlx. painless method. I pro-
noaaee n mtlrelj tatltiaeton la even
particular, ,i ; si u,in
The new oiler
made to Tribune
readers on pae 7.
It is the best
one yet made
HOLT SPRUCE ST.
SPRING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Sole Lane Shoes,
Goodyear Welt. $4 ttradc, ') C A
to be... O-'J"
Men's Cork Sole Lace Shoes,
hand sewed welt, $o trade.to
Ladies' Hnngola, Kid Button,
Patented Tip, Goodyear
welt, Common sense last.aH
1(4-M grade, to be
Ladies' Fine Kid Hntton.cork
soles, hand turn, Common
ISente )at, only a few pairs
of tin in $ ) grade, to be . .
Ladies' Dull DongoU Hut ton,
double soles. Common Sense
only, l graia closed out nt
Misses' Straight Oont Button,
spring heel, bizm 11 to 'J; 18
grade will sell at 0
vi 1 1
A Rich CLOTH
nnd tan. Cost to
make, $16. Now
We will give you
the choice of 40
Jackets, all this
Not one in Iho
lot that cost leaa
than.112 to 20.
Hoy' School Shoes,
Ince, siy.'s 11 to 8
tl 2: will
Arcade Shoe Stora.
WYOMlNti A V K
1T B CAPES
and WRAPS. It
will pay you to
see i ins offering
We need room for new Spring
Stock. Visit us,
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tlio Kyo. llcuduche nnd
Nervousness relieved. Latest mid liniiroviHt
Style of Kyo tlliisses ami Spectacles at tho
Lowest Meea Ueut Artificial Kye. Inserted
Jos SPRUCE ST., op. Poat Office.
ljulies- Tailor , Cloak Makers
HI 'KM IOE HT
COl KT HOU
THEy FILL THE BILL.
We have tbo Hunt comiletn assortment ef
Men s Kunilshinir Woods that ovor appealed
to the eye or to the tuste Some of our neiv
Kbailns sud designs In Tie? ure especially at
tractive. They are selling at Hiaitt wbloli
irtv you no excuse for being withont all sorta
of eitue-aiid styles.
205 Lackawanna Avenue,