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V&K SCRAKTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 12, 1894.
STELLE & SEELEY,
134 WYOMING AVE.
FINEST LINE IN THE CITY
I 'OK TlIM PRICE!
ft Fos to Dyspe
And always have
MANL'FACTUtinD A.'D FOR SALE TO
HIE TRADE BY
The Weston SII Co,
GF COUKTEEfEITS !
HAVE THE INITIALS
B. & Co ,
frnn-:-i,'-t n F-rth Cnr.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
(i.l i.i HUUSS ui;aivK.
DR. H. E3. WARE!
EYE, EAR. NObE AND THBOAH
OFFICE HOCUS : UMSttf,
135 WYOMING AVE
George J. McDonald, iloket agent at tho
Iii iilse wtreot depot, :-pcnt yesterday iu
Dr. A. J. Coonell, who hns bS0O ill for a
r,'i k. Im- r. (timed his practice uiul was at
his officii yesterday.
F.. D. Bovardj principal of the Jermyn
public tcnoola, was here yesterday, Dur
ing the rammer h will represent tho
sehool supply Iioush of Qreenwood & Co.
I. W. Pasin is in th city conferring with
members ot toe board o( control relative
to Introducing .Mrs. Pollard's system of
synthetic reading and spelling into the
Miss Cora Doctor baa been selected to
represent the Bsound Presbyterian churcii
W delegate to the National convention of
Youtlg People's societies, which will bo
held in Cleveland on July 11.
Tim Rev. B. Fay Mills, the evangelist,
v, hoso recent cngagoment iu this city is so
pleasantly letuembered, is doing pood
W rk down east. He has converted 2.500
prisons during two weeks stay in Halifax,
Announcement is made In tho Btrouds
buru; Times that Iiev. 1). M. Stearns, who
for several years hns tanght a larjto IJible
elasa in thai place. Trill this summer rake
lin extended vacation tour of Europe. Rov.
Mr. Mtearns has many friends in Scranton
who will wish him a pleasant rest.
KILLED AT 3T08RS SH;Fr.
Traffic Dath of K.chnl Walsh, of Prov
Michael Walsh, aged 33 years an 1
unmarried, n miner, living nt 1820
Cuick nvonne, was instantly killed ut
the Storrs shaft of the liilaw ire, L iclc
ovvnnna and Wtatoru railroad yester
Walsh startod to crons tho track in
front of it loaded trip of c irs which
were being run out of his chamber
when he at am bled and fell across the
rails. H was cut nearly in twain,
Tun remnins were convoyol to
O'Donnell'.s audartakiog establishmsut
Ecranton's Business Ii.t-r .ttn.
Tiik TnriiuNK will soon publish a caro
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing ami professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. Tne edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure viown of our public bntld
IBgS, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of loading citniens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Bcranton's many Indus
tries, It will be nu iuvalunblo exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside tho city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be nn unequalled
ndvprti60inent of tho city. Tho circu
lation is on n plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
ut large. Representative of Tin: triku.vk
will call upon THOU whose names
are DK8IRK0 ill this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring viows of their residences
in tnis edition will please 1 avo notice at
nthnrul Mothers!! Mothrl!I
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has lnen
sed for over fifty yt urn by millions Oj
mothers for their children whilu teething
with perfect IUCOSSS, It soothes the child,
softens the gums, ailays all pain; cures
wind colic, and is the hest remedy for di
arrhoea, sold bydinggiats in every part
of tho world. He st.re aud ask for "Mrs.
Wiuslott's Soothing S)rup,"nud take no
no other kiud. Twenty -livo cents a bottle-
Dn. A. E. Burr, having opened his of
fices in tho fiurr building, Wnshlncton
avenue, will resume tho practice of bio
precession, whore he will be glad to serve
is old patrons nuu public in general. "
e $ 1
EWS OF WEST IE
Celebration of the Anniversary cf Ir. and
His. V. C. iftlllams' Marriage,
EVEKT WAS A PLEASANT ONE
Many Valuable Presents Given Those
Who Attended Funeral of tho Late
Captain Davis Will Taka Place This
Afternoon Those Who Will Con
duct Services Personals and Little
The West Side office of the Scranton
l imn m: is located at 118 North .tuiu aVe
uue, where subscriptions, advertisements
and communications will receive prompt
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W C.
Williams, of Tenth street, was the
n-ene last oveuiug of the celebration of
Mie twentieth anniversary of tin-ir mar
rings. The spacious parlor and Hull
were elaborately decorated with plants
nit tenia, wtdlo tne front bay Window
wul conv. rted Into R veritable bower.
Mil. W. C. Williams, the llOStSSS, re
ceived her guests Ifota 8 until Bu'clOoS,
istilted by Mrs. li. Williams. Toe
'tipper was served in the dining room
it Id o'clock and the menu was excel
lent. During the evening impromptu
Ipeecnea were made and singing was
reudered to music on tne organ. The
members oi the Willlaui family that
were in attendance were: J. D. Wil
liams, Ebeucz r William-, K, J. Wil
liams aud laiuily and (Heir mother,
Airs, M, J. Williams. The presents
composed childly silks, china aim linens.
AlU 'iig ttioso pri sent were: .Mr. mid
Mrs. T. H. Dale, W. Utylord Tliumus,
Miss Lwif, Mr. and Mrs. V. li. Mil
iar, Mr, :-.nd Mrs. 11. E Paine, Mr. aud
Mrs. 11. ti. Morgan. John T. Richards,
Mis. bteeuback, Mr. and Mrs. J, (J.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. K'tse ii.
brooks, Mrs. J. J. Zintell, .Mr. und
Mrs. Prod B.-cker, Mr. and 31ra. A. D.
Unuae, Mr. aud Mrs. W. V. Davis, Mrs.
Josllnn Williams, ex-Mayor John 11.
Fellows, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Freiir
ud sou, of West Pittston, Mr. und
Mis. A. L. Godshull, Mr. and Mrs.
orgo VV. Junitius, Mr, and Mrs.
tallie Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. .R. T.
Dram, of Dover, N. J.; Mr. und Mrs.
f. L. Phillips, U. W. IJuillips, W. W.
Phillips, U. T. Richards, J. r. Schnell,
and John Suier, oi L hi.,'h.
FUNEKAL OF CUPi AISV OAUIS.
jmvicm Ovorlhi R uitus Will Be Con
ducted Thli Ai'.drnoon
The reuinioi of Captain Davis will
bo conveyed from the family homo on
,orlti Hyde Park avenue to the S:iup
ioti MetUodist Episcopal church today,
as the Weluh (Julvinistia Methodist
church will be eiiureiy too small, The
officiating clergymen will be R v. J.
1. Morris, of the Welsh Culvuiistic
Methodist churc.i ; Rev. N. V, Btahl,
of the Qreen Ridge i'resbytsriun
ohnrobj Rev, U. Q. Joues, of the Sum
tier Avenue Proabyteriah cbnrcb, uud
the pUapluin ot G.itUu post, 131), (irand
Army of the Republic,
interment will te made in the Wash
burn bueet cemetery. The members
and ex-members of tne Franklin Eire
company nro rtqdested to meet ,a their
engine boose at 1 o'clock this after
noon, Ttie West Stdo Central Reput,
iicau clab will meet ut their rooms at
Main avenue and Jackson street. John
R. Kinie is now acting as tempory per
LITTLE WfcSr blOt- NEWS NOTES.
Judge Q, 11 Edwards Mas returned from
New York city.
Tho Wol.-b Calvinistic Methodist church
will run an excursion to Lake Ariel today,
R v. Hugh Daviea, pastor of tho Welsh
Caivanistic Metboaist church, left yeter
day ou a western trip.
A young chi.d of Tiiomas Joseph, of
Bromley avenue, roll down stairs und frac
tured an arm ou Sunday.
Tho ladies of the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church will hold their regular
monthly free entertainment and bocial
next Thursday evening.
The Scranton Traction company has
doubled its service on tho Taylor line. It
began on Sunday and was coutinued until
about 8 o'clock at night.
A regular meeting of tho West Side
board or trado will bo bold this ev ning in
Ciark's hall on South .ilain avenue. D.
M. Jones, tho now president, will name
tho committees for the j-pt, and it is ur
gent that there bo a full attendance.
NiWS NOTES FROM WALES.
LOHOOIT. June 1. A thrill of horror
has baen felt through the length
and breadth ofSouth Wnles by tho
report ot this horrible outrage: The
wife of David Jenkins, of Bryu vvyudUaiu
Terrace, Treherbert, wbo hitherto has
been regarded as an affectionate mother,
chopped the head of her baby clean from
tho trunk whilst her husband was In bed.
She was tho mother of twelvo children
ard it is generally supposed that the crime
was committed in a paroxysm of madness
for which she is to be pitied rather than
Condemned. An occurrence of this kiud,
fortunately, is very rare in Wales.
Sir John Llewelyn has been presented by
the inhabitants of Swansea and district
With a life-lik( portrait in recognition of
hi- eminent services to Swansea. Sir John,
In accepting tho gift, said he would be
rdensed to offer it to the town council for
their council chamber, which was accepted.
At Brecon eisteddfod Lord Tredgar was
presented with the freedom of the
borough, and Surgeon-Major Williams,
"The Jubilee Mayor," with a portrait of
hlnrself. The portrait will be hung In the
council chamber. At the same eisteddfod
the Rov. John Thomas Job was the
"chaired bard." It the great choral con
test the Ruiltli choir was awarded the
first and tho llryuinawr choir the second
As the result of a glove fight at Aher
daro betwonn David Rees and Thomas
Kobert bdwurds, both of Cardiff road,
Aberaman, the former died at tho end of
the contest. Aberdnre lias nevor been so
intensely excited over any eveut as it has
over this unfortunate calamity. Twelve
of tho promoters of the contest have been
committed to the Ass.zts upon a charge of
murder and however rare prize fights are
iu Wales they will be more bo iu tho fu
ture. A concert was held nt the Queen'B hall,
Lnm'ham piece, in memory of iho late
Haydn Parry (sou of Dr. Joseph Pairy,
who Is on his way to visit the state-) and
was rendered unique Uy the fact that all
the leading Wel-h artists assisted by sev
eral English artist- including Automate
Sterling took part. Such a galaxy of
miisicnl talent is a rare occurrence and
shows the respect In which the deceased
musician was held and the great desiro to
assist the Widow and children, which was
the special object of the concert.
The death is announced of Mr. 0. P.
Hett, of Cardiff, at the ago of 27. Do
censed was the sou of Mr. E. (J. Hott,
chairman of Messrs. Wilson it Co., and di
rector of the Ocean Colliery lioy.
Mr. H. Afonlsis Lewis, the well known
tenor of Aboravon, died recontly ut tho
age of 37. owen.
L.itu ClerkBsnd Offlon Men.
Wo will he nt Woodlawn Park from f. to
8 p. m, to meot clems and office men.
HOW ABOUT THIS FLAN ?
Courso Ou'.llnrd by Which ft.-eot Cor
Lines Would Bach tho Flatj.
The number of tracks in the vard of
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Wos
tern railroad crosiug South Washing
ton nvenu!, the stoeu hill leading to
the Flats anil the dangerous railroad
crossing near the Asphalt works oppo
site Harvey's Silk mill are the obstacles
that have prevented tho Scranton
fraction company from extending
branch of its road down South Wash
ington avenue to accommodate the
people living along the route with
transportation and also to provide for
the large gathering that assemble at
the picnics held during the summer
season in Centra' Park Garden.
A course winch a street car tnck
might follow that would accommodate
the territory mentioned at proseut
without facilities except thAse cftVred
by tho Delaware und Hudson Canal
company, is the extension of tho Belle-
vuo line from its present tofmiuus till
it reaches a point oppodte tho Elm
Tho truck could be then turned
across the Dridga on Elm street to
South Washington avenue and along
the latter as far ns the Sauqnolt Silk
mill, The trip could made in twenty
It this suggestion is worth anything
fHB Tribune offers it. free of charge to
uenerul JUunuger tV'teiu.
f'fhe Ninth Fed elflee of the ScilANTov
1'HIDUMI IS lOCatCU at the LeWIS UtVg Store,
where subscriptions, advertisements and com
munications will receive prom I attention.
FA RtWELL TO MR. AND MRS. JONES.
Many Presents and a G d- pard from
A very large surprise pirly was ten
dered h. D. Jones and lumily last even
itig nt their residence. 1787 Summit
avenue. Providence, in view of their
leaving Providence tor Atianta, (la,
Mr. Joues, who camo from Aberdare,
South Wales, hus been B resident of
.Scranton for a psrj0j 0 0VBr Lwoaty
eight years and for over twenty years
has hsld the important position of in
side foreman with the Delaware and
Hudson Canal Company. For twenty
tivo years he lias acted as conductor of
the Welsh Baptist chnreh choir, Prov
idence, and for many years us conduc
tor of the Providence Choral union.
Mr. Jon." is also the proud possessor
of a bardic title, "Iorworttt Ulan yr
Afon," a title awarded him thirteen
years ago. His popularity was, there
fore, secured in many directions, and
this accounted for the very largo at
tendance at tiie party last evening,
Th following presentations were
formally mule during the evening:
By the Sunday echool of tho Welsh
Baptist church, an opera glasd to Mr.
Jones; u plush sugar case, silver knife,
sliver shell, ugar knife, silver sugar
spoon to Mr. Jones; and a pitisu, gold
topp id toilet case each to 31 aggie I.
Jones ani 3lumte Jones; by
the supcriuten lent of the Sun
day school, Thomas Jehu, a gold
brooch was presented to 3Iamie
Jones und u gold hair pin to Maggie J,
Jones. A gold watch chain with locket
attachod was presented to .Maggie J.
Jones by her friends of the Sunday
school. Many other costly presents
were admired by a throng of visitors.
The presentations were made by
Llewelyn N. Roberts and Mrs. W. F.
D i vi "s, the wile of tho pustor. Botli
spoke of the very high esleern in which
the couple were Held, not only by the
members of tie Welsh Baptist church
but hv tho community generally. Rev.
W. F. D.ivies followed and dwelt upoft
the eminent services rendered by Air.
Jones in hi8longnnd honorable connec
tion with the Welsh Baptist church.
Some Welsh versos were read by
The school gifts were preseutod as
follows: Miss Mamie Joiifln by Miss
Katie Griffiths, mi l to Miss Maggie
Jones by David F. Davie, who dwelt
upon the great services rendered by
the young ladies in connection with
the Sunday school. 31r. Jehu then
presented his gifts as superintendent,
and in referring to tho readiness of
toth ladies in all good works he wished
them God's blessing in their future
career. Mrs. W, R Owon thon pre
sented the braoMet ou behalf of her
numerous friends to Haggle Jones.
The proceedings throughout were of
a most enjoyable nature, and although
the spacious rooms were crowded, ev
ery one was hospitably provided for.
The only mar to the complete enjoy
ment of the evoning was the departure
of the family from their numerous and
ALDERMAN WILLIAMS THE AUTHOR.
Many Attampts Mid to PlagariZ) HI&
V. eloh VerCBi.
Enquiries are being made In several
American papers, aud renewed in this
week's "Drych,"as to the authorship
of the Welsh verses, "Ueisyfiad y
Wnur," which have been set to music
us a well known glee by Gwilyin
Gwent, the celebrated Cymric com
poser, and forms the subject of a com
petition at the Royal National eisto Id
fodd at Carnarvon, North Wales, this
It, will interest many to know that
in conversation with a TBIBONH repor
ter yesterday Alderman D, M. Will
inms produced the authorized pro
gramme of the Plttstou eisteddfod of
1871, containing tho verses to which is
attached the alderman's nam, and ab
solutely settles the question of author
ship. It is regretted that other bards
of leva renown than Alderman Will
iams have attempted to claim the
lines of the singularly sweet Welsh
verses, but this will bo impossible in
the facn of the distinct and undoubted
proof given by the bard of Providence.
HugheB & Son, of Wrexham, North
Wales, are the publishers, but by nil
oversight omitted to print the author's
NORTH END NOTES.
The Scranton Uas company nro lsvina
nuow mam to supply tho largo numbor of
houses at present unconnected near the
Bull's head. South Mam avonun.
A popular railway for-mm will shortly
take unto himself one of Providence's
ohai mine daughters. His resignation was
received with much regret ut, tho llach-
elor's club on Saturday.
F, B ival of Epworlb Liairun.
Tho Epworth League of tho First Ger
man Methodist church, in connection with
the Ladies' society, will give a strawberry
fest ival on Wednesday and Thursday even
ings., June 18 and 14, in the church, at
Vine stieet and Adams avonue. An excel
lent programme has been prepared and a
very plSMUnt evening will be enjoyed.
A Pltt9t.cn Couple Hani d.
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Fiuncesco Zornili, b.ith of Pittston and
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pilau milium ion icm in i u.s pitpurs OI
the capable uiautier iii whii h Alderman
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JTeetorday they made an afternoon cull on
the alderman and they left his office united
Enadle & Woeiz'a and Dalian tin-'
Ales i re the bi st. E. J. Walsh, Agent,
112 Lackuwu i nu a venue.
NOTES OF SOUTH IE
Cenlral Pari the Scjue of Splendor Last
Night at LiederkraDz Picnic.
PROMINENT PEOPLE PRESENT
Three Singing Societies Entertained
the Pleasure Seekers with Several
Splendid Choruses Death of Two
Women Yesterday Whose Lives
Vero Well Spent-Shorter Para
graphs of Interest.
Tim picnic of the Scranton Lietlor
krauz at Central park yesterday was it
gala affair. The fine gronn is were
well lighted ami aglow with pleasure.
The vast crowds inovod cheerfully to
and fro, and Hie sweet utrains of music
from !! niei 's band in the dancing pa
vilion kept everybody happy. There was
uot a ripple iu tne onj yuiont, the pre
vailing sentiment of all so -in.. I to be
an endeavor to extract as much fun
out of the occasion as possible.
An alert corps of waiters at each
table attended to the picnicers' wants;
and the result was un evening of rara
pleasure to ali, and also a gratifying
profit to the L dderkrtu.z society.
Ttie Mozart y inrtette club led by
Prof. Karl R Bait, entranced ttaaand
ienue with their sweet chorus, "Wel
come Home,' which was sung in griind
style. Besides this at intervals the
club sang other melodies with splendid
Tne Saengerrundn society was pres
ent and their rendition of the two
glees, "Wuldabhensoeln" and "Mac
hrnnber" whs unsurpassed. The Arbi
ter Singing society sang afterward and
their choruses were so well received
that prolonged applause followed each
George Wt.hl was general manager
of the picnic and City Controller Fred
J. Widmayer, treasurer.
It would be :. fair guess to state that
upwards of 5,0110 peoplo thronged the
A partial list of those of prominence
in attendance is appended: 31ayor W.
L Connell, ex Sheriff Charles Robin
son, Prothonotary Clursnos E Pryor,
Hon. William K. Beck, of 3loscow;
Assistant Postmaster Herman Osthaus,
ex-County Commissioner William
Frui z, Register of Wills H T. K"oh
ler. Clerk of the Courts J. H Thomas,
William F. Kiesel, Conrad Schro-der,
Chief of Police William T. Simpson,
Sanitary (Ulcer W. J. Burke, Street
Commissioner Philip Kirst, p. V.
Gallagher, Councilman C. W. Wcst
pfubl. William Craig, . Dr Wehlau,
Christian Storr, Dr. A. J. Kolb, Km il
SchimpfT, Leo Sciiimplf,
THE GRIM REAPER.
It VUits Twj Homw und Carrisa Away
Two Who Spnt Their Llvs Well.
Mrs. Henry Hener, of Pitt9ton avo
nue, died yesterday nioruing after a
lengthy illness. B'foro her death her
health had been failing for nearly a
year. She was n pious Catholio and
regard, d with a large measure of re
spect by all her neighbors. Sho was
born in Germany and was 57 years old.
The funeral will take place on Thurs
day morning at 0 30 with a nquiom
mass in St. John's church on Figs.reot.
Interment will be mude in Hyde Park
Tile king of shadows swept without
warning down upon the housshold of
tho Steigerwald family at 031 Elm
street, yesterduy morning nt ti o'clock,
and carried away tho mother. 31r..
Beiserwald was stricken a few hours
before her death with paralysis, and
Dr. J. B. Amman was summoned, but
remedies were without avail. She was
born iu Albany forty-nine years ' ago
and came to the South Side when only
11 years old, aud was u resident here
continuously till her death. A family
of four children, and ha- husband sur
vivo hor. The fuueral arraugeineuts
are not yet completed.
SOUTH SIDE J 1TTINGS.
Dr. J. A. Stanley is confined to his room
with a very paiurul sore on his foot.
Tho funeral of Peter Higijins, of
Miuooka, will take pluco this morning at 'J
Philip Bcheuer, a prominent Democrat
of Cedar avenue, has announced himself ns
a candidate for jury commissioner,
Through an unintentional error Charles
Iluester was mentioned iu this column as
a candidate for register of wills. Recorder
ot deeds is proper.
About thirty prominent Germans whose
names will be given when the list is com
pleted are intending to go to Now Yoik to
be present at the Baongerfesl,
The school children of St. Mary's (lei
man Catholic Parochial school will hold
two entertainments this month on the
evenings of the Juno 7 and 'gS.
Conductor Phil Foy and Motormsn Wil
liam M'.gns, of the South Side line, were
laid oil for ten days ou account of the
accident to their car iu running info the
trip of empty coal cars.
The base ball club of Columbus council,
No. 1711, of the Voting Men's Institute
challenges tho club of any other branch in
Lackawanna county. Johu Haggerty is
Two strangers Were driving along South
Washington avenue la.-t evening In a car
riage when a dog run ahead of the horse,
Too dog was trampled upon, hut the
noise in uomg ho stumbled mid fell.throw
ing tho occupants out of tho vehicle. Aside
from a few scratches sustained by tin
uieu no other damage was done.
TOO BIG TO SUIT THEM.
Aiohbald Cltizone Want tho First Ward
Conrt yesterday appointed A B
Dunning, jr., D C Phillips and James
Pouman ouuiinisstoneri to examine Into
thS propriety of a division of the First
ward ol Arotibuld,
The petition asking for the.annnlnt.
mtnt of the commission is signed by a
oumoer ot cillZ 'tis and sets forth that
the division of tho ward is necaaaaev nn
accounl ot its great 8z
Caroy'x Circus Sold.
Carey's en mis was sold yesterday morn
ing at sheriff's sale for 993& The bnyor n
Q, O. Brock. The sale was to satisfy two
executions, one for lMi in fnvor of George
W. Hall and the other for i'M in favor of
Professor George E. Rich.
Mtafortunoi Come Not Singly.
Mr. and .Mrs. McMunus. or North Waali.
ington avenue, have been very unfortunate
during tho past week. Two of their clnl
dred died of scarlet fever and now Mrs.
McMnuusj is seriously ill.
I s I fl lenea ' Gutral.
If President Cleveland 1ms anneal con
cealed anywhere about his apparel he
should discard it at once. His run of bud
luck is injuring tho whole Country.
V.ioni ton Khyme
My little wife, a carpet bag,
Bequtstercd farm, sans cure,
A line, a worm, u brook, u trout,
Then name mo millionaire.
MANY UNHAPPY HOMES,
The Changeable Weather of Spring
and Early Summer Has Serious Ef
fects Upon Improperly Fed Babies.
"Home, Sweet Home" Tiie author
of the most touching linos ever written
had no home, born in New York, he
diwl iu Algiers.
Many parents today who live iu fine
houses ure homeless the baby bin
Tho changeable weather in spring
and early summer brings desolation
into many homes beeanso of mistakes
in baby's food.
Practical m u of science, physicians
aud philanthropists, long couMdnrcd
infunt feeding the greatest medical
problem, nud tho most valuable Dric
tical outcome of their mauy investiga
tions was laotsted food.
Lnctnlod food should b-s fed to babies
in preleronee to anything elio but ab
solutely wholesome breast milk. The
most successful physicians use lactate 1
food exclusively. It is the purest, tne
most iuitrious und the monl easily as
similated infuut fojd. It is retained
on the llomaoh when other food is re
jected It builds np the strength
when without it summer complaints
bring dangerous weakness.
Profound knowledge of infant di
seases hns guided in the preparation of
of Isolated food. It is the only safe
substitute for natural mother's milk,
It counteracts the weakness and result
ing emaciation of diarrhoea. It hup
tuins tho strength and supplies rich
blood and solid bone. Lactuted food
is n triumph of human intolligenco in
successfully combatting infunt disor
ders. Impovtiinh'd His i'ov.orlty.
Mowers That is u portrait of Mynheer
Vanderbockbier, nn ancestor of mine on
my mother's side.
Powers-All! Knickerbocker stock, eh?
I suppose you'ro proud of old Vanderbock
Dowers Proud of him? Do you know
what that old chump did? He had a torn
on Broadway and he exohanged it for
Jersey property, because he wanted to
grow bigger cabbages. What's the use of
trying to work against luck liko that?
By anew arrangement Tnn Trtb
t'NK is onab'ed to offer its renders
any one of the twenty parts of the
"America" portfolio for ten cents.
All parts are now ready. This is the
finest collection o( popular idiotogra
phic view.- in print. Scud stamps or
ca-h. No coupon is necessary.
We REDUCED prices on
BABY CARRIAGES, as our stock
is too large, Ym can buy a
good Baby Carriage for tho price
of a cheap ono.
For Wedding Presents or Fi,r-
nishing for Bummer Cottages, wc
have a full and oomploto line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEICHEL ct MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
81 .50 Per Dozen
Ml mi CREAMER' BUTTER
In 3 aad 5 lb. Palls.
Eggs received Daily from the
Home Poultry Farm.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BIOTOliHS ANI) SPOKTINO
Victor, Qendrnn. Eclipse, LovelL Dhunont
slid Other lieels.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shifiaborg,
Tim Bpeelahal on tno Eyo. Beadaehes nnf
licrvousureia rcllevod. Latest and Improved
Htylo of Ufa Olassas ana Bpeetaetssat tho
Lowest Prices Best Arttnelat Kw uuMrteJ
105 SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Post Offlcs.
Now on sale for 25c. or given
away with purchase of every suit.
Handsome line of Spring Overcoats
and the Nobby "Bell" Cutaway Snits
artixx & IDelany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
Will offer for the Week
1 or as long as
I One case of Dr. Strong's Health
Corsets, regular price $1.25, for
THREE SPECIAL NUMBERS IN
3,000 yards, were
I 2,000 yards, were
1,000 yards, were 40c, for - 25c. 8
Heats Your Head
Get one of our nice, cool
Straw or Manilla Hats.
are Dunlap'3 latest
Look them up.
Christian, k Hatter
412 Spruce Street and
20o Lackawanna Avenue
It's a Great Shock
rotlip fcit:i n-iionv elalmtns they undersell
ill nth -ri t' flii'l that wltlv nt Mie louBt funs
or blunter ire are giving eii'-tora rs the bsn
;lltf hii-Ii op port, initios jih t'lwo.
A much llii.-li (ii-adr Llcht-wetghf
Hh.'.'i, 1804 p ittern, f -r mio eaah,
tKvn puiti-rn, Sit '.ii Whci, for p. a.
ISIM nnttern, t(o Whoel, for oah.,
rhosu prices mako thu bnnlr.oM at oar stores
FLORE Y 2- HOLT
Y. M. C A BUILDING.
YOU HEAVY WEIGHTS
DO YOU KNOW
in nt I'rr-ont Um M.i.i PnTinlftr nnd referred ty
Wareronms : "pp iitte Columbus Mcnumrnt,
or Wnahlnaton Av. Sc.-anton,Pn
they mav last:
J J SM
17c, for - IPC 1
25c, for - 15C. I
Another Advocate of
Ons. BKM1VOOO It WABIIKLL:
OKNTt.EMKN-It offiirile me (reel
pleMUre to state that j-oOt iwvprocoii
of extracllnt; tooth was a ernad nuccew Is
my cm', and I heartily reoonmend It t
all. I sincerely hope that otbera WW
tout its merits.
CAl'T. S. E. 1111 v A N'T. Scranton, P
Henwocd & Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ava
Will on nnd aftor Mav 21 mplto a grest redao
tlon in tin- prions of plates. All work guar
antcoi :.;:!. ia ovorr particnlar.
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
WXOlOHa A'i'h , SOBAMXOBV
KRAJaOH A BACH
VSVLIZ A BAUKU
Aim. a luge aloek ot gnt-ataa
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
141, 143,145, 147, 149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8634
Enroppnu Plan. Firnt-olaa liar attnoheS.
Ui'pot for Brgner ogel'a Tanuhieiwor
I i Cor, 15tti end Filbert to, Mik
Uot di HiraMx for rentdouta of N.E. PonrQ
iflvitijia. Alt sonvenlenees for travelers
to aim from Broad Street atatlou and too
XSrelftb anil Market Btrext station. D '
lrnliln for TlMting Horantonlana aad pj
tie in the Authracltt) Hagloo.
T. J VICTORY.