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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1894.
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415 Lacka. Ave.
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Wall Paper or Window
Shades, come to us.
We have a full line ok
Bloods, and our prices are
127 "Wyoming Ave.
To my friends: I hereby announce
lhat I will be a candidate for the nomi
nation of district attorney, before the
Republican County convention.
JOHN R. JONES.
Tribune readers leaving for tlielr
lunimer'9 vacation can have their favor
ite paper ncnt to thaui without extra
!t, liy notllrlnit this otllee of the tlo
lirinl clinngei in the paper's uddreOH.
This morniiifr the Thirteenth regiment
rifle team will leave for Mt. Gretna. The
jhooting will begin tomorrow.
Thore la a letter at this office for the
fcranton Athietio club from the Institute
Foot Hall tenm of Newark, N. J,
A lamp too close to the ceiling sot fire to
'Yjiie Gilroy residence atBellevns last night.
rheVive waa extinguished without the aid
f tLWlre companies.
Ton.MV,ow's excursion to Glen Onoko by
the H 'ptaKphs will be one of the best of
ue season J Thore will be music by Bauer's
isnd and ail forms of amusement.
Patrick FlTkherty, of this city, was serl
)uly injuroil lu Providence, R. I., last
veuing. HoJ was employed in the railroad
ards as a brakeman when injured.
James L. Kjlein on Saturday brought snlt
o recover $1.W)0 for dofamation of charac
ter, against Mary Langou. Anna Budehle
brought a siiiitlnr action against Susie
Peiuzuzle for W.U0O.
Archie Cransfjon and Emma Jones, of
avoca, ana jonn uonoDoy, 01 ureenwoou,
in d Julia O'Donnell, of Scranton. were
parried at the clerk of the courts office
Saturday, by Alderman Fullor.
The exchanges at the Scranton Clearing
houBO during the week wore; Monday,
137,837.75: Tuesday. $110,818.07; Wednra
Say, $120,118.77: Thursday, $132,410.99;
triaay, ioo,iuu.; oaiurany, f04,.s;i4.i6.
Two name which were omitted from the
(offerers of the Minooka fire are Thomas
Laffey and Mrs. Michael Casick. LoQ'ey's
furniture was totally ruined and he esti
mates his loss at $60. Mrs. Michael Cusick
lays the amount of damage done to her
auuuiag at t iuu.
This morning In St. David's hall, on the
, uov u.uu, . uivdiiuu win ue ueiu to con
ildor the viaduct question. D. M. Jones
Mil preside and soveral addresses will be
peiiverea. xae meeting is held under the
luspices of the West Bide board or trade
to arouse publio interest in the viaduct
guestion and impress conncilmen with the
prgent necessity of putting a viaduot on
West Lackawanna avenue.
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer, cool and
iparkliug, at Lohman's, Spruce street
Oounollman Eobethan and T. H. Jones
Sine with Sir John Jones Jenklna.
Prominence Is given by the Cambria
Dally Leader to uulqne service held Sun
lay, Aug. 12, at Capel Uomer, South
Wales, when the two distinguished Amer
ican divines, Rev. Dr. Fred Evans and his
brother, Rev. John Evans, M. A., preached
to a large congregation which included
the celebrated Welshman, Sir John Jones
Jenkins of the Grange, and Councilman E,
B. Robathan and T. H. Jones, of this city,
Who are now on a visit in Wales.
At the conclusion of the service the
Welsh knight invited the American Tis-
Itors to dine with him the following day
it his splendid mansion in the neighbor
lood. The $40,000 Bohool House
tor Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced immediately. There are
(till a few lots left at a low price.
' Offlcej Theater LMv,
"Pure" and Sure!
Excellent Discourse by Re?. W. J. Ford, of
Green Ridge Baptist Church.
KNOWLEDGE, FAKE AND WEALTH
They Do Not Constitute the Highest
Good Examples of Ambitious Men.
Nothing Lasting on Earth The
Privileges of Heaven Those Who
Enter It Are Members of the Family
Rev. W. J. Ford yesterday resumed
duties at the Green Rtdgs Baptist
church after ;his return from an ex
tended wedding tour, and iu the morn
ing preached to a large congregation.
Mr. Ford took his text from Luke
i:20, "Howbeitin this rejoice not that
the spirits are subject unto you, bnt
rejoice that your names are written in
heaven." IIo said:
''Borne weeks before these words were
spoken Jesus bad appointed the' seventy
and sent them forth two by two.
They were directed to go throughout
all Judea "healing the sick" and pro
claiming the approach of the Kingdom
of God. In obedience to the command
they had proceeded, taking neither
scrip nor purse, and yet their needs
bad been supplied. They had met with
success beyond their wildest dreams,
and tipon their return exclaimed, ''Even
the devils were subject to us in Thy
"Jesus renewed their commission and
entrusted them with still greater au
thority, and so long as they served
under II in banner they were promised
that nothing should in any wise hurt
them. It would seem that thers was
in this suffieioat cause for rejoicing.
They had power to heal diseases, they
could relieve those who were suffering
from demoniacal possession; they had
absolute freedom from thought of phy
sical danger, even the poisonous ser
pents and the deadly seorpions being
powerless to barm them. Cut Jesus
pointed out, when they showed elation
over their past success, that in all this
there was no cause for rejoicing, but
the real and true cause for rejoioing
was that their names were written in
THE HIGHEST GOOD.
''No wonder that Jesus bade these
disciples rejoice that their names were
written in heaven; no other good can
compare with this. In all our calcula
tions of this life we must not forget
thut there is a life beyond and every
thing should be considered in its rela
tion to both this life and the next. In
searching for the highest good we
should seek something which shall be
good then as well ns now, and if wd
find something surprising all else in
both lives tbat certainly is the thing to
be sought as the chief sonrce of joy.
"I am not saying anything dtsnarsg-
ingly of education; wo can none of us
gain too luuob, but if we have gained
nothing else in this life but education
we have not gained very much after
all. There is very little of the world
about us that we can know and I sup
pose that a large part of the little we
do know is not trns. We laugh at the
foolish theories of the past generations
but what evidence have we that our
grand children will not laUL'h at us
still more than .we now laugh at the
childish ideas of the wise men of the
last century. No scientific work ten
years old can ba accepted as an author
ity in all particulars today. Ths books
of tho present generation will have
little value to coming generations ex
cept ns curiosities.
"The obaracter of fame was uncer
tain. Men have boilt up great em
pires and even though they may by a
strong personality bold them togetiier
dnring their own lives they are broken
up under the rnle of their successors.
Alexander weeping for another world
to conquer is a familiar illustration
that lust for conquest can never be sat
isfied. If nnlimited power and brill
iant achievements were ever a cause
for rejoicing it would seem that they
were in hislcaee. Which would be of
most importance to Napoleon of today
the fact that in the annals of France
his name stands as the first emperor or
that bis name should be written in
heavin the child of God?
THERE IS A LIFE BEYOND.
"Men so often forget that there is a
life beyond this, and in deoiding upon
the best plan of living they shonld take
into account both of these lives. The
future life should receive just 10 much
more serious attention as the eternity
over which it extends is longer than
the years of this life. Far better that
the name should stand written upon
the lamb's book of life than it should
appear written high upon the perish
able records of written glory,.
"Nor is the possession of great wealth
to be compared with the possession of
a name in beaven. With what oan a
man buy back his own soul? There is
nothing,, if the soul is lost. All the
wealth of the world prove insufficient
to bring it back again. Such was the
case of Dives when all his wealth was
not sufficient to buy the privilege of
having Lazarns dip his finger in water
to cool his parched tongue. None of
the things which Theme compared with
oitssensblp in the kingdom of God are
to be considered as evil in themselves.
They are an evil only when they inter
fere with the attainment of a higher
"Those whose names are written in
heaven enjoy privileges which are de
nied others. They are members of the
family of God. and as snch are entitled
to all the privileges of children. They
are no longer nndor law, all the privil
eges of which we can oonoeive as be
longing to a child in the home, the
Christian possesses in his relation to
COAL COMPANY'S TROUBLE.
Sheriff Dlreoted to Sell Ita f ropirty to
Attorney O. H. Welles on Saturday
placed In the hands of Sheriff Fahey
papers dlreeting him to sell the real es
tate of the Rushbrook Coal company
to satisfy mortgages for $11, 919 50,
The mortgages are held by Edward
Jones, James J. Williams, Margaret
Williams, Jobn J. Simpson and Martha
Simpson, executors of Andrew Simp-
son, deceased; John J. Simpson, sole
surviving executor of William Simp
son, deceased, and James C. Etton.
James a. Jenkins is president of the
Rugh brook Coal company and E. A.
Corey its secretary.
The execution is based npon a writ
of itire facias sur mortgage which was
issued some time ago, and in response
to the servioe of wbieb no appearance
has been entered. The Rusubrook
holdings are all in the upper portion of
AT THE THEATERS
This evening the Academy of Music will
open i its doors to the public for the first
time this soason, when George Thatcher's
company will present "About Gotham."
The house was lighted up on Saturday
night and representatives of the press in
spected it upon tne invitation or Manager
Burgundor. The house is greatly changed
nnd presents a handsome aud attractive
appearance; one of the most noticeable
features being the liomeliko cosiness. Tho
stereo-relief decorations in the entrance
way. lobby and auditorium are beauti
ful, and the effect under the
glare of the gaslight is pleasing. The
aisles are wider and handsomely carpeted.
and the seats have been set farther apart
and built upon raided platforms. The
painting is bright and tbe scenery new,
The proscenium arch is set off with an
idyllic painting, adding very materially to
the beauty of the stage decorations. Two
new sets of scenery will grace the stage,
and two new sots of parlor furniture, one
oi white and tne other of light blue trim'
t t t
"About Gotham," with which George
U batcher will reopen the Academy to
night is a new minstrel farce comedy.
similar in construction and, but entirely
new in suojecr, story, location ana Idea to
"Tuxedo." With the Knowledge trained
by experience Mr. Thatcher w as able to
advise the author, Hurry W. Emmott, iu
his gen oval construction of the play, to
the end that the miuistrel features are
consistently introduced, aud form a part
of the plot. Such has been the merited suc
cess or all oi Mr. Thatcher's productions
that it is ssfo to predict that "About
uotuain ' will moet with equal lavor
t t t
Tuesday ovening that popular and very
successful comic opera, "The Fencing
Master," will be seen at the Academy of
Jiusic. The Btory or the opera roiates tne
ndvontures of a young uirl. Fraucesca,
whose father is a fencing master, nnd
brings bis daughter up ns a boy and
teaches uer the art or fencing. Whimper
rather goes to Venice to become chior or a
band of bravos, Franceses takes his place
ns master at ornis. blie loves Fortunio,
the rightful heir to tbo throne of Milan.
The heir apparent believes her to be a boy,
a belief which is sharod by all. when tho
usurping duke and his household magician
scheme to remove rortuulo by sending
him to Venice on a perilous mission.
Francesco accompanies him in orJer to
share his danger." Tho engagement is for
only one night, and seats are now on salo
at the uox omce. .
t t t
Vhon the great historical musical spec
tacle, "War and Peace," is produced at the
Frothingham next Thursday afternoon
and evening by F. N. Iunes, of Now
York, and his fumous band, chorus, ar
tillery, etc., four very line vocal soloists
MISS LOUISE ENGFX CONTRALTO.
will be heard, among whom are Miss
Louise Engle, a young contralto singer of
distinctive merit and remarkable sweet
ness, richness and purity of voice. She is
young and has a voice completely fresh
and flawless thronehout. Th other mem
bers of the celobrnted quartette are Miss
Martha Garrison Miner, a very brilliant
soprano of the Rossini school, whoso voice
is likewise pure and fresh; C. C. Ferguson,
n famous New York tenor, and Bowmm
Ralston, a deep resonant basso from the
Carl Rosa Opera company in England,
The solo and concerted portion of the pro
gramme is therefore euro to be of the
Wood's College of Easiness and Short
The Vent Week. So many never came
before. Parents, guardians, young men
joung womou, ruddy faced hovs and
thrifty girls. The whole faculty busy,
describing the work, showing the rooms
and writing scholarships.
The Opening on Monday. Students
from a distance, rrom oujoimng towns aud
from all parte of tbo city will outer on
The liectpHon, In the evening a recep.
Hon will be given to all the old students
and to those who wish to enter this term.
Many invitatious were returned because
of change of residence. Let this be your
invitation. A touvenir for all.
Free Tuition. A largo number of our
old students who bought scholarships
from us nave been ouurea free tuition in
another school. Think it over. Is it gen
eroui or letflshl Will it pay I
A Large and Competent Faculty. Shall
an institution stand still? Brains are tbe
proper ornament for the ton of a man.
For culture, practical experience and
pedagogic bkiu our teachers excel.
A $5,000 fund is iu tho hands of the
management to aid worthy young men
and women who must pay their tuition on
the instalment vtan.
Young people who can furnish (rood
recommendations as to character and
thrift are invited to become the bene-
nciarlos or this fund.
We invite you to visit ns.
F. E. Woon, President.
CorriNO books nnd presses.
Pratt's Book Storb.
of New York city, will be in his Scranton
office, 4l Wyoming avenue, every Mon
uay iroiu o in viae morning nntu v iu
COYLE In Scranton, Aug. 25; Mrs. Anne
tioyie, at tne nome or oer nephew, J. K.
Burnett, of Penn avenue, aged 80 vears.
The fnneral will take place on Tuesday
morning wnen a reqniem high mass will
be celebrated in St. Paul's church. Green
Ridge. Tbe remains will be taken to
Carbondale on the Delaware and Hudson
train leaving Green Kldge at 13.05.
IP II ORAHCE C01IY
Scnnlonians Enjoy the Sights and Hos
pitality or Middletown.
SCRANTON PUSH IN YORK STATE
Party of City Officials, Militiamen and
Newspaper Representatives from
the Electric City Witness the Open
ing; of Midway Park as Guests of
the Middletown-Goshen Traction
Company Royally Treated by Their
Hosts and the Citizens in General.
Cards bearing the words, "Invited
guest of the Middletown-Goshen
Traction company'' will be preserved
by a number of Surantonians as souve
nirs of oue of the most pleasant out
ings they ever enjoyed.
This outing was a trip to Middletown,
N. Y., on Saturday to witness the
opening of Midway park and to Inspect
tne workings or the now electric rond
at that place. Tbe park and road are
owned by a eompany composed mostly
of ScruntonianB. The president is J. C.
utueholiito, of Peterson, IN. J.; Merle
Wicbtman. of this oitv. is
vice president and engineer; E. G.
Wightman is secretary and Captain
Rockwell is general manager and
treasurer. Dr. B. II. Thorn is also a
stockholder. Ten or tne man who
operato tbe ears are also Scrautonians.
These sume gentlemen who compose
tne Miauieton company are identified
witn the bcranton iiapid Transit com
pany) which is about to construct a
railway in this city, and their obioot in
arranging Saturday's outing was. as
Captain Rockwell put, it, "to show
bcrantonians that Seranton men can
timid au eleotrio railway that will
compare quite favorably with any
roaa that Pbiiadeipinans are now ope
rating in scranton.
SPLENDID STREET RAILWAY.
It can be said with assurance that
they succeeded well in their object.
The Middletown-Goshen road is. in tbe
opinion oi those who lnspooted it Satur
day nnd who are capable of expressing
an opinion or wortn on tho subjfet,
one of the very finest pieces of streot
railway in existence to-day in the
United Stat's. It is eight miles in
length, and besides covering the cen
tral part of the city will extend to
uosnen six runes away tnrongu a
beautiful stretch of that most bounti
ful of farming country, Grange county.
Half wuy batwesn the two towns
W situated Midway pirk, a plot
wuion mature, it seems, in
tended for that purpoio and which
$20,000 of the traction company's
money has supplied with all the arti
ficial accompanimonts that go to mako
tip a complete park. At presont that
is the terminus of the road. The park
comprises titty acres or woodland and
is located on the Waulklll river. On
one portion of the grounds is a oonical
hill surmounted by a high observatory
irotu wmcn a grand view is obtain
aoie. iMectnc launches which were
used at tho World's fair and row boats
by tbe dozeiii, ply the waters of tbe
Waulklll. Pa vi! lions for danoing. re
freshnients, etc., are beautiful in
design and in every way convenient,
Nothing that wonld tend to pleasure
of excursionists havo been overlooked
and all in all as an excursion resort it
can not be surpassed.
The party whieh went from this city
was treated royally by Captain Rock-
wen, air. wightman and other mem
bers of the company, and in faet by
tne citizens oi Middletown in general
Among tnese latter who took an
especial interest in making tho trin
most pleasurable was Alderman Lud-
Uington, the Ontario and Western rep'
resentative at that place.
MEMBERS OF THE PARTY.
Those who mado nn the Dnrtv were
M. T. Lavelle, city clerk; John P. Ma.
hon, common council clerk; W. F. Ms-
Lean, deputy couneil clerk, Common
connoilmen P. II. Golden. Simon
lhouias, John E. Rgan. J. W. Mo-
Lean, h i. F. V cnzul, Morgan Sweeney,
P. J. Neahs, Junius F. Noone, P. J,
JUickey, I homes Norton. Select Conn
cilmon W. J. Thomas. M. E. Clark.
John E. Roach, J. F. Schwenk. Alex
T. Couneil, County Commissioner S.
W. Roberts, Cusimir llartman.
Charles Graff, Jacob Gi iger and Eloc-
tricmn Andrew Carlin, of the Scrunton
Traction company. The newspaper
represehtative were J. J. Campbell and
J. J. niorinrty, limes; il. J. O Toole,
liepu oncan; uenry Singer, Express; J,
F. Mitchell and T. J. Duffy, Tribune.
Company II. of Providence.
Rockwell's commnnd, who went ns
Knests of the Twenty-fourth regiment
of Middletown was made op ss follows
Captnln W. B. Rockwell
First lieutenant E. G. Corwin.
Second Lieutenant S. W. Corwin.
First sergeant J. W. Benjnniin.
Second sergeant John L. ttulT.
Third sergeant J. W. Wobstor.
Fourth sergeant B. McMahon.
Filth sergeant T. Williams.
Corporals Thomas Perry. Gooree Short.
T. F. haltry, G. C. Rogers, C. T. Williams,
Musicians Samuel Pritchard, G. T
Privates B. Banfield, A. L. Brown. A
K. Corwin, W. M. Colemnu, M. Connelly,
11 VV rintrio A Ki.l-n. V T.'.,l,;.. 't
... -i. "1 -L -"Bl-' 1 UUI lUJICl,
u. ranriuger, u, unruiner, vv. u. Gwyn,
tl. t. liepuurn, u. w. Hughes, J. W
Jones, M. E. Lewis, L. Morgan, A. H,
Mills, P. Parry. T. J. Phillips. James Reid.
J. L. Reynolds, J. A. Sykos, O. Simpson,
B. E. Stevens, II. D. Williams, H. A,
Color Sergeant LTarry J. Ilermans.
Major G. II. Whitney and 'Sergeant
Major Albert Davis, of the Seoond
battalion, N. G. P.. and a detachment
of eight pieces of the Thirteenth Reci
ment Drum eorps, commanded by
bimual Pritchard, also accompanied
Direct from orchard
Wholesale and Re
Prices are very low
and fruit is fine.
E. G. COURSEN
429 Lacka. Ave.
the soldier contingent. Bauer's band
of twenty-eight pieces went along and
played danee and concert musio at the
park during the afternoon and evening
and also lad the street parade In the
The excursion train which carried
the party to Middletown over the On
tario and Western lett Scranton at 6.o0
m. and arrived in Middletown at 11
o'clock. It cousisted of three oars and
was personally looked after by Passen
ger Agent Thomas F. Flithcroft. The
orew was composed of Conductor
Arthur Day, Drakeman E.. E. Bedell,
Engineer Arthur Gildersleeve end Fire
man S. Franz. Returning the train
eft Middletown Snnday morning at
8 05 arriving in Seranton (at 1 o'clock
REMAINS BURIED TWICE.
William Evans, Who Was KilUd, Given
William P.irana th Serdntnn man
who was struck and killed by a Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western train
near Wyoming on Monday night last,
and whose remains were unidentified
nntil Tuesday, and who was buried at
Ketreat, Luzerne county, tne same uay,
withnnt friamla nr mourners to assist
is the last sad rites, was disinterred on
Thursday and rs-burled Saturday after
Tlia afsvv ia nnitn anil Ann Tfc HPema
that Evaus had a son, also named
William Evans, who resided in Ply-
mourn, roe son reaa an account ui
the finding and identification of the
linrtv hnt novni fAi an lnHTanc fllin-
rvAQail tliaf Ik nraa lila futhar On Til lira
1WOWVe, WUU V IV M 1 W atHVUVBI v
day the son learned by letter rrom
bcranton that tbe man was me rather
unrl nnnn unrnmnnlAn ti n IT with thA fill
thorities found that the remains had
been bnried at Retreat.
KaAnrlnr, tha, Bapvipnl nf an nnilfTa
taker, the son weut to Retreat and had
tne remains exhumed, iney were
tnl-nn tn PIvmnnMi nrliirs nn KutnrilaV
another funeral wes held, Interment
was made at r orty i-ort.
POINTS OX POLITICS.
Tho Democratio county convention of
Litizerne county will Do held in J,and-
messer s hall tomorrow.
Attorney John G. McAskio, of Dnnmore,
is the latest person named as a candidate
for the Republican nomination for the
state legislature in tho First district.
Attorneys John R. Jones. A. J. Col-
born, jr.. Geortre M. Watson and J. LI
liot Ross aro conducting an earnest aud
energetio campaign for the Republican
nomination tor district attorney.
Saturday afternoon delegates were elec
ted to attend tho Democratio convention
that will bo held Tuesday to nominate a
candidate for legislature in the Second dls,
trict, which comprises tho city wards
rrom the seventh to the Twentieth in
clusive. A light vote was cast for the
candidatOB for delegates and little Interest
was manifested in the primaries. It is al
most certain that John p. Quinnan will
do tne canmaato named.
Tuesday. Sent. 11. at 10 o'clock a. m. is
tne time uxed for holding the Democratio
county convention. At a meeting of the
county committee on Saturday it was de
cided to hold the convention on that date.
It was also suggested by tho county
committee that tho senatorial committee
meet and name the same day for the sena
torial convention. Many of the prominent
members of the party are displeasod at the
late date at which tho convention is held
They argno thnt tomorrow is tho date on
which the convention Bhonld have been
held. With the convention on Sept. 11 it
is their opinion that the committee which
will have the cemmittee in clmrgo cannot
be organized mid in readiness for effective
work before Oct. 1 which will leave too
short a period in which to conduct an ef
fective campaign. While that is the opinion
of some of the shrewd workers in the party
there was quite a determined onort made
to have the convention held one week
IN POLICE CIRCLES.
Two more vagrants were arrested at the
Ontario and Western freight house yester
day morning by Officers Unrrell and Peters
nnd special UQlcor Griffiths. They will
At 4 o'clock yesterday morning Officer
Saul arrested Edward Walsh aud Michaol
Kelly on lower Penn avenue for druuken-
noss and disorderly conduot. Yalih nc
cused Kelly of stealing his watch, but at
mo neariug said that he bad given it in
his pal's hands for safe keeping. They
were discharged witn a small line.
On a warrant issued by Alderman Fitz,
Simmons the quarters on lower Lacka
wanna avenue occupied by Jessio Holler
were raided yesterday morning by Ser
goant Dieter aud Ofllcers BolaniL Moii
and llniiL'. One man, whose mother had
entered complaint gainst the house aud
two women, were arrested. They were
lined f,j apicco.
Officer Dyer early yesterday mornins
enw James Thomas acting in a suspicious
uiBnner nt tne intersection or Jaci;son and
Scranton Btreets. A window in the neich
borhood had been smashed with a stone by
one of a party of three a short time pre
vious to Thomas' arrost and as bis de
scription tallied with that of one of the
trio ho was suspected of the act. Yester
day morning ho was lined $10.
Conway House, 132 and 134 Penn Ave,
is whore you will nlwoys find good servico
aud courteous treatment, the table is al
ways supplied with the best in the market.
Transient and local trade solicited.
Oxford. Bagstor, International and
family Bibles. Pbati's Book Store.
Buy tho Wtbr
and get the best. At Guernsoy Bros.
A LARGE line of new linnlra ami nnvalo
half price. Pratt's Book Stork.
Buy one of
417 Lacka. Avenue.
Best Seta of Teeth, J300
Including the painless extracting
of teeth by an entirely new pro.
,S. C. nyder, D.D.8.
104 WYOMING AVE.
ORCHESTRA WAS MISSING.
Mr. Sauer Explains How It Happened
and Exonerate! Jtr. Frothlafham.
The entertainment that Eutene
O'Rourke and bis special eompany gave
at the Frothingham Saturday night
was somewnat marred by the failure of
Bauer's orobestra to put in an appear
ance. An orchestrs had to be hastily
mprovisea and at a 80 tne performance
was beznn. With regard to the failure
of bis orchestra to be present, Mr.
uauer said yesterday to a Iribune re
porter! "I regret exceedingly the trouble,
which arose entirely through a misun
derstanding, Mr. Frothingham is not
to be blamed in the matter at all, for it
s not a fault of bis. I had been away
during the week and returned on Fri
day and found that there was a show
at the bonse on Saturday night I and
all my men had an engagement at
Ulaaietewn on Saturday and it
would be impossible for mo to be back
In time Saturday evening for the show.
I telegraphed to a neighboring oitv
for players and fully expected they
would bs thore."
Room and pieturo mouldings, wall Bnd
ceiling decorations, in water colors and
unspai' relict, something new.
PRATT'S Book Storjl
More Pillsbury Flour sold than any
other uranu made in the Unitoa States, '
126 Penn Ave,
Just received a carload
of STONEWARE, con
sisting of Butter Jars,
either dark or light-colored
ware; sizes from 1-4
gallou to 8 gallon. ; Pre
serve Jars, with covers,
dark-colored ware only
Wo also have Round
Bottom Pans, Jugs and
Stew Pans in Stoneware,
all very desirable goods
at any time, but espec
ially so at thi3 season of
tho year. Most of these
goods como under tho 5c.
and 10c. limit; some of
the larger sizes are highej
in price, but you can rest
assured that we are al
ways on tho "Ground
Floor" and occasionally
in the basement w-hero
prices are concerned.
C. S. Woolworth
319 Lacka. Avenue,
Green and Gold Front.
Is nearly over and so is BANISTER'S GREAT AUGUST CLEAE
IKG SALE OF SllOES.
Have you taken advantage of this chance to buy yoinJ43?l)0t8Wat
for tho baro cost of making?
Wo can't compel you to come and Bee what bargains fe-have to
offer. Your own interest and better judgment shonld bring you here,
Thci'O are still a few days inoro of this salo, and we aro every
day adding fuel to tho fire in tho shape of LOW PRICES.
Poleca Szanownym Polakom swoj wielkl galent
eryjny mezkich i damskich
gotowych damskich sukien raprow pelerynirozmaitego
gatunka ubran dla dzieci, takze przerabia i upieksza
damskie kapelusze jak najmgdniej po bardzo niskich
cenach (rozmowic sie mozna po polska). CEN7 STALE.
P. S. The above is Brown's Bee Hive advertisement
ia another language, setting forth their Bargains ia
MEN'S HATS, CAPS AND
NECKWEAR, LADIES' SUITS
MILLINERY, SHIRT WAISTS, ETtt
They Cannot Be
Beat Our Prices
On Goats and Gapes
We are selling a $5 Coat
A $14 Black Clay Worst
ed Ooat for $7.
$4.50 Capes for $1.98.
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits
in Serge, latest cut, for
$6.50, worth $12.
Mackintoshes for HALF
Come and see for your
self. This sale will only
last for a few days.
STORED md INSURED
IP ALTERED BY
During the Bummer.
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIME BANK.
OS L AMD'S
128 Wyoming Ave.
A FRENCH C0UTEL
On exhibition in onr window. SEE
We are now
prepared to do
our new build
There is no use -h-.
in staying be- J
hind when all rr r
the world is pushing ahead.
"Progress" is the motto-of
The Scranton Tribune
Cor. Lackawanna and