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THE SCRA2TTON TRIBIfN'E SATURDAY MOKNTlTGr, SEPTEMBER 15, 1894.
Today Will End the Eistera League Season
PROVIDENCE TO OPPOSE SCRUM
The Club to Disband After the Game
Today All Present Players Re
servedStanding of the Clubs Na
tional and Eastern League Sum
maries of Games Played Yesterday.
General Sporting Miscellany.
SJ ODAY will end the
ti Eaatern leattuo sea
son in this city, and
Providence will be
the opposing nine.
All the players, with
possibly one or two
exceptions, will de
part for their homes
today after , the
games. Manager Ca
. bill baa reserved
all of the present
players for next season, when he prom
ises with snoh additions as may be
necessary to place a winning team in
the field. As it is, he has gathered 1b
a Terr abort time a creditable array of
ball players, lnasmnoh as few experts
Were looking for a plaee on any team
at the time the Sorantons entered the
In the games played yesterday,
Yonkers defeated Erie ink game de
void of heavy bitting, Syracuse won a
Rams for Springfield in a contest noted
for errors, and Buffalo larruped
'Wilkes-Barre in a merciless manner.
Th (Yillnwinir tit hie ffivea the TJOr
centages of the clabs, the nnmber of
games won ana lost oy eaca aau iueir
eUnding in the league raee.
Providence 74 35
(Syracuse 62 63
Erie 55 40
Springfield 69 64
Buffalo 62 62
Wilkes-Barre... 63 64
Pcranton 63 69
Yonkers 31 76
Saseball Is Dead, Hail the Eleven is the
The Saranton team will elose the
Eastern leaeae eeaion with ProvMenee
tbis afternoon. Quartos and Rogers
will be the battery, Whitehead will play
third, Phelaa second and Cabill right
Delaney and Patoben left for Will
iamsDort yesterday. Quarles and Leo
Smith leave today for their respective
homes In West Virginia, and Plalnneid,
N. J., and Lsbane will go to his home
in New York eity. Whitehead will
aecompany Phelan to Texas, where
they propoeo playing next winter wim
the (in Antonio team. Johnson will
return to bis home in Chester, Pa., and
Rogers will remain in this elty. Hess
has not decided where he will biber-
DRte. Cabill is to remain in the city
to manage the winter sports and foot
ball eleven and will manage next
year's baso ball team.
As a resnlt of the preliminary work
a foot ball eleven has been selected.
Tho players, however, may be changed
eomowhat in person and position
Those at oresent assigned positions are:
Lett end. Walsh: left tackle. Allen;
left guard, Connery; center, Cleveland;
right gnard, Zing; right enu, Arm
strong: anarter back and captain,
Decker; left half-back, F. Gelbert;
rlebt half-back. D. Gelbert; full-back,
Thayer. The schedule of games for
the season which opens sept. isi, nas
not been completely arranged.
Erie 0 001200003
Yonkers 1 0000007 x 8
Base bits-Erie, 7; Yonkers, 7. Errors
Erie. 1; Yonkers, 3. Batteries Healy and
Berger; luiroy ana juuitgan. umpm
Syracuse 4 0 1 1 0 3 3 2 013
fcprincfleld....4.2 1 0 0 8 0 0 0-10
Hits Syracuse, 7: Springfield, a Er
rors-Syracuse. 4; Springfield, 6. Batter
ies Kilroy, ttauswein and Hens; Wilier,
Cougnun ana Lieany. umpire Taylor.
Wllkes-Barre..0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 15
Buffalo. 0 2 1 0 4 8 0 0 0-15
Hits-WilKea-Barre. fl: Buffalo. 20. Er
rors Wilkes-Barre, 6; Buffalo, 4. Batter
iesMcLaughlin and Warner; Vickery and
Urqunart. umpire uoescner.
At St. Louis
St. Louis 0 0100000 x-1
New York....0 0000000 0-0
HitsSt Louis. 3: New York. 6. Errors
St. Louis, 4; New York, a Batteries
Clarksoaana Miller; jueeuin. ana f arreii.
u mpire num.
The Philadelphia management is said to
have offered 15,000 for the release of
The Baltimores have the league consecu
tive victories recora lor tne season, ana
the Providences or tne country.
The Providence team which won the
championship in 1884 finished with 84 Vic
tories, 28 defeats and a percentage of . 750,
New York has done the best work of the
eastern clubs against the western teams
during the season, which Chicago occupies
the corresponding position among tne
western cmoe. .
VMartv" Honan. who wasn't irood
enough for Cincinnati, is knocking out a
hit a day with military precision. It looks
as if St. Louis did not miss it when they
The Bostons have already won the se
ries from tne Baltimore. Washington
Cleveland. Cincinnati and Louisvilles.
tied the series with the Brooklyn, Phila
delphia ana new xorks, and have not
The Sunset Junior Base Ball club, of
Arcubald. accept the challenge of the
Hustler Base Ball dub, of Hyde Park, to
a game on tne Arcnoaia grounds, Kept.
w, itm. f. race, captain.
Anderson, Brooklyn's new man, is a
strapping fellow, about 22 years old and
of good appearance. He stands high as a
nsider ana base runner ana .is a steady
batter. Anderson numbers pitching and
catching among his accomplishments, but
be is not wanted tor box work.
If the Bostons lose no more games of the
nineteen on the western trip tnaa the New
Yorks lose of their seventeen the two
teams would be tied in the race. A rare
situation would be the result of a tie be
tween the New Yorks and Bostons should
the Baltimores win the chamniocshtn,
That would make the aeries for the Temple
cup a three-cornered affair, with the three
great leaders contestants.
A peculiar play occurred In 'the
fourth inning or tne wasningtou-cinuin
natl game of Aug. 80, in which such an
experienced ball player as Comiskey was
caught because be forgot the rules of the
Same. With Smith on second and Corn
key on third, the latter started for home
on an lnQeU hit, bat, realizing th at
he conld not make it, he started back for
third base and reached it safely. Mean
while Hmith bad also reached third bag,
and McOuire ran op and touched them
both. Smith was ont on the play but
ComUkey thought otherwise, and walked
toward tne bencn. tie was toucnea xuv
by Joyce, completing a double play.
THE PEACHES CAME HIGH.
Patrlok Mo Can n Paid Three Dollars for
' The of Tbem.
Patriot A(nf!unn. of Snort hill, came
to town eurly yesterday morning uud
proceeded to fill op on malt bever
ages, lie walked along acKawanna
avenue stacgering aguiust pedestrians,
nnrl avium hu irnt In the nftailUt Stand
near ttio Roma hotel he appropriated
three luscious peaoues wuuoiu wie iui
mality of tendering auy ooiu of the
realm in payment.
Officer Block placid bira under r
rest. In police court yeaterday morn
ing he paid a fine of $3.
Trotting Meeting at the Driving
Park Promises Good Sport
The card arranged by the Gentle
men's Driving club for the trotting
races at the Driving park this after
noon is an attractive one and snonia
merit a generous attendance. It con
tains the entries of several animals
which have not been seen on the track
and the others are so re-classified as to
make the results a matter of specula'
At a reeent meeting of the club it
was deolded to enforoe rules making
the sooring more prompt and business
like, and to reduce the waits between
beats to the smallest possible spaoe or
time. Several otber matters relative
to the comfort of the andience and Ira
nrovine the races were discussed, and
it is probable that today's races will
famish more satisfaction and better
entertainment than in the past.
A team raee. which is always excit
Ing and testa the drivers' skill, will be
today s Introductory event, 'I he SOU
olass contains some horses which have
not been in each other's eompanjr bs
fore, and the probable resnlt is a very
open Question. The race of the duy
abonld develop in the 2.40 class in
wbicb JJnke, Abigail, star uaaiey,
Maggie Davis and Maud L are entered.
Each appears to be well conditioned
and is ; capable of a good performance,
so the race should be a battle royal.
"Centaur's selections of the winners
are as follows:
Team race J. L. Crawford, C. M. San
derson, John A. Mears.
3.0U class foor Kicnara, rseauiy,
2.60 class John, Little Agnes, Beauty.
2.40 class Abigail, Duke, Maud L.
The entries are as follows:
Dr. B. H. Throop.
John R. Mears.
lr. J. L. Wentz.
C. M. Sanderson.
J. L. Crawford.
8 MINUTE CLASS.
Poor Eichard, br. g.. Dr. Houser.
Beauty, bL m., Dr. J. L. Wentz.
William, b. g., Frank MerriQokl.
Frank S., b. g., J. F. Seigel.
O. K., b. g 0. S. Johnson.
Joe, br. g., R. Crlppen.
2 50 CLASS
Little Agnes, gr. ra., E. J. Goodwin.
Blue, s, g., J. H. Ladwig.
Daisy, b. m., C. S. Seamans.
Beauty, s. m., G. M. Shelly.
John, b. g.. Dr. G. E. Hill.
Duke, bl, g., L. T. Payne.
Abigail, b. m., Dr. Houser.
Star Dudley; s. g., Joseph Hull.
Maggie Davis, b. m., J. Davis.
Maud L, m.. C. S. Seamans.
Beginning next week the raoes will
be held each Thursday until further
notice. As a starter the club has ar
ranged for a mile race under the sad
dle. The sight oi some or tne ciod s
members astride the animals should
itself furnish considerable sport.
SCHANK, THE SHOE MAN.
He Has Unavoidably Disappointed Els
C. W. Sebank. the popular shoe
dealer, whose establishment was
hnrnort in the Areade Are. bad intended
opening a sew store at 410 Spruce
He has been disappointed by a delay
in receiving nis siocir, oat win open in
s few days with everything complete in
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NOTES OF V. W. C. A.
Tuesday, at 12.10 o'clock, a noon service
will be held in the hall when Miss Mary
S. Dunn, state superintendent, will give a
ten minnte talk ..to. gins, ana air. w tea-
ton will sing. .
The service, for women on Sunday will
be held m the association rooms and will
be conducted , by the general . secretary,
Miss Maonrloy. Mr. Wheaton. one of Mr.
Moodv's soloists, will be present to assist
in the service. The meeting will begin at
8.48 o'clock witn a song service led by Mr
Wheatmu' .. ; .
On Tuesday evening.1, Sept. IS. a pi ens
Ing entertainment will be given in the
rooms. A special feature of the evening
will be the rendering of two selections by
the lady prise singers under tne leadership
of Mrs. Nellie Moses Tboma. Well known
vocalists, pianists and elocutionists will as
sist in tne programme. An admission
charge of 10 cent will be received at the
door, ice cream win oe on sale in innon
V. M. C. A. NOTES.
The boys' gymnasium class will meet
this morning at 10.31) o'clock. Director
Weston hopes thore will be a good attend
The board of directors met last night
and approved the plans of the furnishiug
committee for the refurnishing of the
buildiog.. Six delegates were appointed to
tbe state convention at Jonnstown as lot
lows: O. F. Reynolds, W. G. Peck, H. B,
Cox, W. W. Inglis, W. R. McClave and J,
The Sunday irosrel meeting for men will
be held at 3.45 o'clock. Tbe usual song
service will be conducted Dy Tame Morgan
and tbe Young Men's Christian association
glee club. General (secretary Many will
speak especially to young converts on
Foranton'a Business Interests.
Tbb Tbibdni will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Scranton
and vicinity. Tbe edition will be bound
in book rorin, Deautuuiiy illustrated witn
chotoeravore views of onr pnbllo build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's many indus
tries, it will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside tbe city, copies of
this handsomo work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement' of the city. The circu
lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good
Tenalts to tnoae concerned as wen as tne city
at large. Kepreeentatl ves or the tribuhs
Will Call Upon TUOSB WHOSE JIAMIS
are cranio in this edition and explain
its nature more rally.
Those desiring views of their residences
In tnis edition will please have notice at
the omce. .
IS DEATH TO BABIES
When Food Fails to Give
Strength in September,1
Children Must Now Fat Well and
Digest We'l in Order to Live.
Lactated Food Will Not Disagree With
Any Child Should Be Used.
Don't take chances with the baby.
Tinge BumnuT diKoriloiH, diarrhea
nnd cholera infantum, come with a
Btiddciiut'S!! nnd progress from bud to
woife with u rapidity that throws un
prepared mothers iuto helpless con
fusion. livery experienced nurse knows that
it Is the uttno.st importance to keep at
hand luetated food as a substitute for
baby's food, even when the child is
fed at tbe breast. Often the heat so
weakens the infant stomach or the
milk fails, so that a partiully digested
food, such as luetated food, must be em
ployed, that will burden the weakened
stomach less and yet keep up the
uaoys strength. The irritatea condi
tion of the bowels is what leads to fa
tal diarrhea when mothers persist in
clinglag to the same old diet despite
the warning that baby is not only not
thriving, but in great danger of cholera
infantum and diarrhea that carries on"
it is lar easier to prevent these sum
mer disorders by using pure, nourish
ing lactated food.
When babies throw up their milk or
when they are not keeping up their
strength, especially during hot weather
it is plain their is trouble with tne
food, father the food, if it Is mother's
milk, is poor in quality from long
nursing or from the effects of the sum
mer heat on the mother, or if the child
is weaned the infant stomach, weak
ened as it Is by the high temperature,
is Irritated and cannot digest and as
similate suHicieut food to keep baby
strong and healthy. Physicians when
called in such caes put the child on ft
diet of Lactated food. Being a par
tially digested food, as physicians call
it, lactated food is more easily con
verted into vigorous blood than any
food upon which a child can be fed. It
Is, in fact, the nearest possible substi
tute for healthy mother's milk. Its
parts are well nigh identical with
baby's earliest and best rood, health
ful breast milk. Babies that seem to
mothers to take "hardly enough nour
ishment to keen them alive" eat heart
lly when fed on lactated food, because
that great object of a successful infant
loou has been thoughtruuy attainea
it pleases the infant taste and iuduces
the child to eat heartily. f
Babies are safely and readily weaned
during the summer months on this
splendid nutritive. And for the same
reason that lactated lood is by rar tne
best diet for young children, so it is
)ecuilarly fitted to theneed9 ornurs
ng mothers, as well as invalids who
have slight energy to extract strength
and nutrition from ordinary coarse,
.Lactated rood is used in an the large
homes for children thtoughout the
united Htates and Canada, and la
families possessing every means for
securing the best for their children:
aud yet it is easily within the reach of
the most modest household in the
LETTERS FBOM THE PEOPLE
Uniler this heading short letters of Interest
will bo published when accompanied, for pub
lication, bv the wrltor's name. ThbTkibunb
will not be held resDongible for opinions here
MR. FURMAN ENTERS DENIAL
E;1itor of The Thibune.
Sir: Your special from Pittston regard
ing paving matters tnere require! correc
tion at once, so far as its statements infer
that it was the Asphalt company tnat was
awarded tbe contract, or its Zrepresenta-
tive to wbom be referred in bis remark,
as stated by your correspondent.
I never called on Councilman Tigue at
his place of business, or any otber place.
I never had any conversation with him
regarding the relative merits of brick or
aspbalt. 1 bave met nim several times at
council meeting and on sidewalks after
council meetings, and in each and every
case tbe conversation and remarks passed
between us were about some of tbe Inci
dents of tbe council meeting just held, or
other matters than paving, and always
when tnere were otber gentlemen present.
I bave never offered ihim directly or in
directly, or any other councilman or offi
cial a dollar, orfoOO, or any other sum for
their influence or vote for asphalt, for the
company I represent, and I know Mr.
Tigue win tcstuy to tne trutnot misstate'
ment so far as he is concerned.
O. M. Fcrma.v.
General Agent for the Barber Aspbalt
LOCAL WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL.
The Green Ridge wheelmen will give a
smoker at the club house in the near fu
The Green Ridge wheelmen will attend
the Mnple City wneelmen'smeet at Hones
il ilo on Oct. 6 in full uniform and will be
rerrwented in the races of tbe day by
Rub-'rt White, Richard Wambold, Charles
Coleman aud George Tolmie. Tbis team
is a good one and the Green EiJge boys
should capture several prizes.- .
The managers of connty fairs through'
out the country are recognizing the podu-
larity of bicycle races and are introducing
this sport as a leading attraction. At the
State fair at Binghamton a very successful
meet was held, and the fairs which are to
be held at Berwick and Blootxsbnrg are
advertising bicycle races as an attraction.
Earnest Gilmore and Frank Whettling
are enjoying an eastern trip on their
wheels. Tney lelt Hcranton via h Dela
ware, Lacuawanna and Western .Sept. 5
for JtSlngnamton. wnere uiimore entered
several races at tne rair neid by the Blue-
ham ton Industrial association. Ttiey left
Binghamton on Sept 7, crossing over to
Vermont, tnence uown to iringneld
Mass., where they attended tbe Nationul
raee m-et of tun f-prmgntfki Atbietio club,
and expect to return tomorrow.
TnB Sccckss which Hood's Sawaparilla
has had In freeing old and young from nl
flictinns caused by impure -blood is really
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and
do not purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all
knrv Pchoknhalb, foreman Henry
Krug Packing company, Ht. Joseph, Mo.,
uses Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil with his mm
for sprains, cuts, bruises, cbapped bands,
etc. it is tne best.
Can be cured by simple treatments and the
truss thrown aside In a short time.
No detention from business.
A safe and radical cuie for every variety of
hernia, by a new method.
Mo charge for consultation and examina
tion. A . ... .
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO.
203 W ASHINGTON AVE.
r- , :
Wanti of all kinds cost that much, whs
paid for, in advance. When a book ac
count u made, no charge will be les$ than
t5 cents. 1'hin rule applies to all small
want eds, tjxvpt .Situations H anlea, teucl
are inserted FHLIC.
pENERAL, AGENTS WANTED BGLL
IT insr iihw artii'li-s to denlnrs: exclusive
territory, no cumputitioa, nocanital requlri'd;
M to ilX) nor I'nnt. iironL Columbia Cboini-
cal Co., (W born-burn St., Chicago, III.
UTE WANT AH EEi:OBTlC MAN,
wnntf.li. bnv or i1rl in evorv city and
town in United States to distribute circulars
aud snmples of our perfumoa, $1. W to $2.iiU
P"r day nnd expeuaes. Address with stamp
J. LAtlJltK ti (Jo., UUlcaKO.
AGKNTH WANTED BY THE NEDEB
lnnd Life Insurance company in city and
county. A new tlan of sufirnnteed imturance.
Address for particulars. Urie Townsend. in
spector of agonies, Dime Bank building,
C ALESMEN KVEEY COUNTY. SALARY
O or commission. No eXDerieoce. New
tarin bill gives unlimited profits. Active men
ipply quickly, stating Balary and territory
wanted. MANUFAC1 UKliKS, Box 6308, Bos
ton. A GENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
IX soil the Intent alumiuura novelties, enor
mous urottts, sells at sight, delivered free, se
cure territory. Sample In velvet lined case
wnn iuu inrormnnon. inc. laLAioiruo ire?.
Aluminum Novelty Co.. 335 Broadway, New
Af EN TO SELL BAKING POWDER TO
ix tne urocerv tradi-. Nteauy omuioymem,
experience unnecessary; $75 monthly salary
and expenses or com. If offer satisfactory ad
-.i....l. ... o..nr.uf.lnff
yourself, U. S. Chemical Works, Chicago.
T ANTEn-VlltINO MAN AS KTENOU
V V ra-nhnr also to assist with general office
worit. Addross r. o. box 0i J, ncranion, ra.
Helo Wanted Females.
T AOIES WANTED TO WRITE AT HOME;
Yj Sliiweoklv! no ennvaxsine. Roulv with
stain u MlSd i AN ME i-'ELK. UH, South
TANTED IMMEDIATELY A GIRL FOR
gonoral housework. Apply 713 Scran
UTANTED-SEVERAL LAD ES TO AS
sist In tmblishin work, also learners:
will pay from 85 to 818 a week. For partica
iars address, with stain J. H. Q., TuiBuH
CyUABS IN ANY QUANTITY, 11S CLIFF
LOR KENT-TWO OFFICE ROOMS IN
J? Teintilo Court Bntliiiud. Hnruca street.
Rent very low: AddIv to Dr. E. Grower. Old
X)R BKNI-ONE'HALP STORE.
Penn avenue. . Sao per month.
'OR RENT-NICELY-FUK.ISHED HALL
suitable for lodirn rooms. JOHM JKH-
MVN, lie Wyorainir avonoo.
T WILL EXPOSE TO PUBLIC SALE. AT
X the premises of Philip Bartron, 7:4 West
Lackawanu aveouo. Scranton. Pa., on Fri
day, September 14, at 10 o'clock a.m the
personal property, consisting of two lumber
wagons, buggy, blacksmith tools, harness, one
mare, a cau aud olarence. and other uronertv
on me premises. j. J. kamek, nerirr.
CMALL FARM WE HAVE NAMES OP
O twenty twrsons who want to buy small
farms. Send full particulars. Make price
inn. R KUUPUT rVkUVUVd 1rl..A K..M.11....
itl 1st at St. Peter's Cathedral, is ready to
receive pupils who wish to study inoaic. Hear
710 A.lnn. ... ......
ui lie jiuauin ATruim
TOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
J. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War
Illustrations 1H-1SU5. Two Volumes Polio,
16.50; payable monthly, f-2.au. Del vered by
express complete, prepaid. Address r. o.
MOODY, U1S Uibson street, Scranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
zines, etc., bound or rebound at The
Tkidunb office. Quick work. Reasonable
I EAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144.
iVl corner Spruce streot and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $3.60. Good
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to the Q vernor
of Pennsylvania ou Monday, tbe second day
of July, 1WI4, by. Watts C- Van Blarcom, W.
Howard Withers, Edmund A. Bsrtl, David
Snrnks and Lonla J. Siebecker. under the Act
of Arsembly, entitled "An act to provide for
the incorporation and regulation of oortain
corpi rations, " approved April 29, , 1874, aud
the supplements thereto, for the charter of
an Intended corporation to be called tbe
Crescent Coal - Mining Company, the charac
ter aud object ot wnicn is tne mining, prepar
ins for market and selling anthracite ooal,
and f er these purposes to have, possess and
enjoy all tbe righto, benefits and privtlottei of
said Act ot AsseinDiy ana supplements tnereto.
rATTfittSUJN St WILUOA,
TESTATE or Martha Taylor, late of the
xj Borough of Olyphant, Pa., deceased.
Letters oi' administration upon the above
named estate having been ' granted to the
undersigned all persons having clamsor de
mands against said estate will present them
for payment and those indebted thereto will
vlpnse maae immediate payment to
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP.
- Attorneys for Estate,
. JOHN TAYLOR, A.lmr..
DRESSMAKING OR PLAIN SEWING BY
tbe day wanted bv a competent seam-
stress. Address H. l. M., vjs Adams avenue.
. . j .j . .. . .
If ANTED BY A YOUNQ MAN OF GOOD
T t references, a position of any kind
driver or hotel work preferred. E. M., 302
"ITUATION WANTED BY A BOY 18
7 years old. Address 428 Osvrell court.
4J ITUATION WANTED FOR WASHING
O ironing or scrubbing or anv kind of work
by t o day. Call or address L B. 334 North
sumner av-nne, tity.
TOY WANTED APPLY TO THE TRTR
13 UNE S Honesdsle olBce. PAUL GAKD-
c ituation wanted by girl to do
O liglit house work and take care ot -child.
jilts, l Hiti., x.'s fenn avenue.
BAKKEEPER-A STEADY, SOBER AND
industrious voung man would like to se
cure a position; understands his busioess and
is a good, quick mixer; would like a positlo '
In city or country and can furnish good refer
tnces from last employer. . Address, Bar
keeper, 500 Lackawanna ave Scranton.
i Regular $32 Tarkisti Chair
Until ept. 21,
Choice in Covering and Style ef TJp
331 Adams Avenue.
Seamless, 2 pair for 25c, or 70c. or
Two of the Best Bargains we have
Do You Sleep Well ?
If not, get one of nature's BEST SEDATIVES,
A Pine Mattress
They Are Inexpensive.
THE SCRAEWON BEDDSG CO,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
MONDAY, SEPT. 17.
THE EMINEXT TRAGEDIAN,
THOS. W. KEENE
AND A STUONG COM ANY,
Iu Bulwer Lytton's Oreat Drama,
A Performance of Genuine Artistic Merit
A Rare Dramatic Treat.
This is one of Mr. Keene's greatest charac
ters aud he interprets it in his usnal dra
Prices-. 60. 75 and $L Sale of seats opens
Friday at the box office.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 18L
A Trip to Chinatown.
First time In Scranton with the orig
inal Mew York east, including Harry Con
ner. . HEW COSTUMES.
Prlces-25, 50, 75 and S). Sale of seats opens
Saturday at the box office. ,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19.
IN HIS FAMOUS. ,
DRAMATIC SCENIC AND
ELECTRIC PRODUCTION OF
A performance celebrated throughout the en
tire English-speaking world.
Supported by MISS FLORENCE ROBERTS
as "MarKuerite," MR. EDWARD ELSNER
and a strong east ...
Sale of seats opens Monday at the box office
MONDAY, 8 KPT. 17.
for Three Nights.
Heno A Williams' Company of Players, iup
porting LAURA ALBERTA
Monday ( Alexander Dumas Groat Play,
Wedandayj THE CLEMEN CE All CASE.
Tuesday j Sydney Grundy's Famous Co'dy,
Might AN ARABIAN NliiHT.
Company Wilbur M. Roe, E. S.Morey.Geo.
Reno, Cora Wtlliams.Fera Alword, Mrs. Alice
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morning at V o'clock at the Frothingham box
Week Commencing Monday, SKPX. 17.
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