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127 WYOMING JUL ,
The board of control will meet Monday
Gentlemen'! Driving Club races Satur
The sale of seats for '"The Princess
Bonnie" Comic Opera company opens at
the Academy of Music box olllce this morn
ing. .- ' -
The Industrial school of St. Luke's par
ish will meet at 2.30 p.. m. Saturday at
822 Washington avenue, over the Eureka
The Scranton' Press club will hold a
meeting Sunday for the election of of
ficers and the trasactlon of other gen
Children will be admitted to the new
sight reading class at the Scranton School
of Music this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
At 1 the class will have Its marching
The clerk of the courts granted the fol
lowing marriage licenses yesterday:
Salvatore Plazzo and Jusseppe Fuscio,
Scranton, arid Samuel Williams and Mrs.
Mary Kelly, Scranton.
The Ptttston carpenter, Mr. Allan, who
was brought to the Moses Taylor hos
pital tome weeks ago suffering from
severe Injuries resulting from falling from-
a scaffold forty feet high, died last night.
The Twentieth Century Assembly club
Clerks' association) will hold an Import
ant meeting at their hall, 40S Spruce street,
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Every
.clerk is respectfully requested to be
A course of free lectures will be given
In the Dalton Baptist church. The tirst
lecture In the course will be delivered
Wednesday evening- Nov, 14, by 8.- O.
Kerr, of this city. Subject, "A Trip
Through Ireland." ....
A warrant was: Issued by Alderman
Fitzslmmons yesterday for the arrest of
William Kuc'her, Jr., who is charged with
stealing a street car pass and a silk um
brella from the Scranton office of the Har
Every seat In the Grand opera house.
Wllkes-Barre, was sold yesterday for the
engagement pf Vfrlncess Bonnie'" there,
This same organization will appear at
the Acajffrfhy of Music on Tuesday and
weunesuay evenings., . , .
Joseph. Jtelfsnelder, formerly of Lancas
ter, who was arrested on Thursday upon a
charge. Of embezzlement was yesterday
taken in charge by Deputy Sheriff Place,
of Lancaster, and conveyed to that county
upon the charge of defrauding Lancaster
Three prisoners were received at the
county Jail yesterday. They were Pat
rick Mullaley, of Olyphant, who is coin
mttted upon a charge of larceny; Ludocca
Gouse, .who Is held as a witness In the
Gouse murder oaRe, and Patrick Cnfferty,
who was yesterday sentenced by Al
derman Blair to twenty days' Imprison
ment tor stealing a ride on a Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western freight train.
A warrant was issued by Alderman
Fitzslmmons yesterday at the instance of
Manager Lalne. of the Frothlneham then
ter, empowering a search of the premises
of Reese & Long, the city bill posters. A
mlsunderstdnfyng recently arose between
the parties anjl the bill posters had pos
session of bill, announcing a coming per
formance, and as time was short Manager
Lalne was compelled to seek the aid of
the alderman, who .secured possession of
xne dius .yesteraay.-f-. . . .-
Gentlemen's Driving club races1 Satur
day, p. hi... ...
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer, cool and spark
ling, at Lohman's, Spruce street.
New Trial Refused. ' '
In the. case of, Putnam against Barron
Judge Searle, of Susquehanna tounty, be
fore whom the case was tried here some
time ago,-yesterday filed his opinion with
Prothonotary Pryor refusing to grant
new trial.- " ' '-. " 1
We Will loan your as much money as you
aeaire. Davidow Bros.
Words of Greeting for Delegates to
Annual Meeting of Y. W. C. A.
MANY THOUGHTFUL ADDRESSES
They Were Delivered by Delegates at Yes-
tcrdav's Sessions on Various Phases
of the Work They Are F.nglgcJ In.
. Programme for Today
The seventh annual convention of the
Young Woman's Christian association
of Pennsylvania was opened very aus
nlclouslv yesterday afternoon in the
Young Men's Christian association
hall. Mrs. L. M. (Gates opened the
convention and called upon various
ladies and gentlemen to welcome the
delegation on behalf of the local organ
izations of the city.
Mrs. E. H. Ripple said that In the
name of the Young Woman's Christian
association she bade the .visitors n
hearty welcome and trusted that the
meetings would tend to the uplifting
and glory . pf .God,, 'and hoped i they
would be comfortable and enjoy their
visit to Scranton. ".
Mrs. 'A. F. Yost, on behalf of the
Woman's Christian Temperance union
said it gave her great pleasure to wel
come her sisters in the good work to
Scranton. The young women before
her were the hope of the future, and
their Improved training would be cer
tain to tell In the future, and would be
a great factor In the improvement of
their own households when they pos
sessed one. The Young Woman's Chris
tian asssoclatlon and Woman's Chris
tlan Temperance union ought to be
more closely Identified. They have a
great respect for each other, but un
fortunately keep at too respectful a
distance from each other.
Colonel Boles, on behalf of the Young
Men's, Christian association of
Scranton, extended a cordial welcome to
the ladies and invited- them to make
themselves thoroughly at home In the
association rooms. He said that he had
been connected with association work
longer than he would care to confess,
and he was strongly of the opinion that
the work of the young men must, to a
great extent, depend upon the co-oper
ation of the young women. Rev. D,
Hughes, D. D., also made a brief ad
dress of welcome.
C. E. Daniels Speaks
C. E. Daniels, ex-presldent of the
Scranton Christian Endeavor union,
said, In behalf of the societies of the
city, that he .welcomed the delegates
mentioning the two terms, young and
Christian, common to both, as a con
nectlng link which made it peculiarly
appropriate that the Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor should
welcome the Young Women's Christian
Rev. Warren G. Partrldgp, on behalf
of the Baptist Young People's society,
extended a cordial welcome to the dele
gates and said he could assure them
that they not only came to a city of
churches, but also of hard working
Christian men and women. He thought
it would be difficult to find any town
with a better young men's organization
than they would see In Scranton. He
welcomed them for the good Influence
they would make felt In the city and
wished them every success In their de
Miss Willis, of the Grove City college,
made a felicitous response on behalf of
the young ladies. She said she was not
surprised that Scranton vaa called the
convention Vity"; when she Haw' the
perfection.' of ; arrangements tor 'their
comfort and Convenience, that had been
made. " '. ;. ' ' '" ?
Mrs. airier,; president of the Will
lamsport -v association . also . respond
ed to the' klfid and, cordial greetings
and said that It was a particular pleas
ure to hear-the , wel.com -extended -by
so many societies, it Was delightful to
be in such-good fellowship and she felt
that much good would be sure' to accrue
from the conyentioHi;.i .-. ' ,; .'
Mrs. Ripple presented the following
report of the nominating committee
Mrs. E. L. Burtner, of York, president:
Mrs. J. Max Hark, Bethlehem, vice-
president; Mrs. Robert Williams,
Scranton, and Miss Eva M. Wallace,
Pittsburg, secretaries. .., The report was
adopted unanimously, r
Mrs. M. A. Underwood, M. D., of Lan
caster, then conducted a prayer ser
vice for the success of the convention
in which several ladles'partlclpated.
Always Carry a Bible.
Professor J. H. Gllmore, of the Roch
ester university, gave an address on
"The Devotional Reading of the Word"
and urged them upon all to always
carry a Bible with them... There were
three lines of thought which he dls
cussed) The Infiuence of the Bible on
modern thought and life, the educat
ing Influence of the Bible, and more Im
portant tlll because the Bible was the
word of God..'' The devotional reading
of the word of God was too much
neglected by ministers, Sunday school
teachers and Christian workers. Mln
Isters worked at the Bible, but people
had no Idea of the neglect of devotion
al reading of the Scriptures by minis
ters, In consequence of which they suf
fered and their congregation suffered
He urged that the practice of memor
izing should be used more extensively-
especially where they':,had bee,n im
pressed by , any' particular verse. He
warned hi audience hot te allow their
devoIpna readings to degenerate Jnto
a technical or professional study, and
denounced the "hedge-hog readers,"
who rolled themselves In a- passage and
Carried away that which' happened to
stick, to their denominational spine;
they were .rabid sectarians. There were
three lines, of study he recommended:
first, the studjr of some Individual' pas
sage for the purpose of speaking ;or
talking;; secondly, topical - study,, and
yiirdly, to attempV to attain the mas-;
t'er? of an" entire bh6k "tit 'the feiule'.
The beginning of study was prayer, and
In taking a book, and probably choos
ing an epistle, they should first ascer
tain who was the author and find out
ojl that., was Interesting about him.
They should also have a grammar book
and dictionary, which they would find
more useful In this course of study than
a commentary. Many could not under
stand the meaning of a sentence, but a
reference to the dictionary would often
clear the difficulty. They should test
their result practically, and he gave an
Illustration of the way It can be done.
They must be alone with God for devo
tlonal reading of the word.
Miss Margaret McLaughray, of New
Wilmington, read an excellent paper
on "How can I make this convention
of the most profit to myself and to my
association," which contained several
valuable suggestions that deserve the
best attention of those attending the
The Evening Session
At the evening session Mrs. Burtner
presided and Introduced Miss Anna
Van Nort, of Bethlehem, who read an
excellent paper on "An Ideal Vacation
at Northfleld Summer School," where
she said that the physical, social, in
tellectual and spiritual features were
always well looked after and she urged
the young ladles to spend their, vaca
tion, next summer, at the Northfleld
Summer school. The expense Is light
and the camping would be enjoyed by
Miss Emma Hays, of Pittsburg, fol
lowed by reading a paper on "An Ideal
Vacation at Lake Geneva," In 'which
she Impressed very strongly the spirit
ual work which was dally accomplished
and the attractiveness of the dally ser
Miss Mary S. Dunn, state secretary,
read a suitable portion of Scripture and
was followed by Dr. C. E. Ehrlnger, of
West Chester, who read an entertain-
Ing paper on "The Physical Well Being
of Woman," which contained many
wise suggestions. It Is a valuable pa
per and will appear complete In a fu
ture Issue of The Tribune. ;
Miss Ballantlne sang "Fear Not, Ye,
Oh Israel" with great taste, after which
Rev. James Carter, D. D., of Williams-
port, delivered the annual address on
Women's work, its Bplrlt, needs and
methods as applied to Young Women's
Christian association work In cities."
At the conclusion of the meeting a re
ception was held In the parlors, when
a very pleasant time was spent by the
visiting delegates and their friends.
The following delegates are present:
Miss Sara 8.' Kirk, "state normal school,
Westchester: Emma Hayesi Eva W. al
lace, Pittsburg;' Mary 'M.-.Klnney, CtaHon;-
Edith Willis, Grove City college;, Anna
Van Nort. Lillian Yost, Irene Boss, Ade
laide Gurnan, Mrs. E. J. Kenling, Bethle
hem; Mary McGramaham, Wllllamsport;
Charlotte A. Codding, Wllkes-Barre; Mar
garet McLanetry. New Wllmlngten; Mrs.
E. D. Fellows. Scranton; Mary A. Ayar
Joseuhlne Phelna. Julia II. Slack, Phlla
delulila: Lillian M. Rosenkrans, Mrs. V
A. Staples, Stroudsburg; A. M. Underwood,
Bertha Cox, Lancaster; Bertha Mumina,
Annvllle; Virginia Dlckerson, Blooms
burg; Irene E. Wirt, Mlllersvllle; Bertha
Parker, Hettle Cope, Carrie Lewis, Jo
sephine Blakeslee, Bloomsburg; Corabel
Bovd. Ch cbko. 111.; Emma J. uavis, vni-
tamsDort: Sarah J. Coe, Mrs. F. D. L.
Wahhams, Wllkes-Barre; Airs. ..ws
Smith. Mrs. D. VV. Humphrey, Scranton:
Bertha Watklns, Providence; Anna M.
Greaves, Mary B. Dunning, Phlladel
uhla: Mrs.' J. ' Max Hark, Miss A.' Fol
hemus, Bethlehem; Ellen H. Espenshlp,
Alice M; Elsenhart, Keystone; Mrs. Fen-
ner. Mary L. Hull, Bethlehem; Marlon
Dyer. Scranton; Hattle L. Jones, Wllkes-
Barre; Mrs. J. A. Lansing, city; uornena.
W. Newlv. Harrisbum: Maud E. Hamma.
Bucknell; Genevieve Afarwlck, Stella
Campbell, Marlon Blakeslee, Kingston;
Susie E. Elliott. Ethel Williams, Muuel
Keller. Olive Meyers, Mary Detwller, El
sle L. Colgate, Myrtle Swartz, Ada lewls,
Bloomsburir: Mrs. D. W. Dodson, Wllkes-
Barre; Elizabeth Evans, Mansfield; Mrs.
C. L. Burtner, Cora B. Watt, York; Alice
Kleser, Mlllersvllle; Margaret Klpp, Nol-
II Vosburg, Ktella Jeffers. Addle JofTers,
Kingston; Lli-rie Wolff, Rebecca J. Seip,
ShluDensbure: Alta M. Smith, Toledo, O,
Agnes G. Hill, Chicago, 111.; Daisy Stroud,
Bloomsburg; Nellie woodwaU, Kingston.
Coramtttocs of Convention.
The following are the convention
committees: Nominating committee-
Mrs. E. H. Ripple, Miss Sara Kirk,
West Chester; Miss Emma Hayes, Pitts
burg. Business committee Mrs.
Ilrderwood. Lancaster; Mrs. L. m.
Gates, Scranton; Miss Ida Lewis
Bloomsburg. Credential committee
Miss Carlotta Codding, Wllkes-Barre;
Miss Addle Polhemus, Bethlehem; Miss
Mary Kenny, Bethlehem. Devotional
committee Miss Bertha Macurdy,
Scranton; Miss Lillian Yost, Bethle
hem: Miss Bertha Cox, Lancaster!
The convention will meet this morn
ing at 9 o'clock, and afternoon and
evening sessions will also be held. The
following, among other matters, will be
duscussed today: "Statistical Report
from Associations," by Miss Dunn;
Bible Study," by Professor J. H. Gll
more; address, '"me near to i:om in
the World's International and' State
Work." by Mrs. M. O. Gates, of Scran
ton: "What Shall I Render?" by c. E,
Hulburt. state secretary.
At the afternoon session Mrs. William
Boyd will read a paper on "The Evan
gelical Basis and Our Relation to the
Woman's . Christian association,"
PaDers will be read by MIsb Sara, Kirk,
of West Chester; Miss Ada Lewis, of
Bloomsburg: Miss m. m. iayinr, ot
New York, and Miss Olvan, of Clarion
Addresses will also be delivered, by
Miss Sarah Pence, of Pittsburg; Mrs,
J. Max Hark, of Bethlehem; George H.
Mahy, of Scranton; Miss Mary S. Dun,
At 6.15 p. m. Miss Lois Shardlow will
conduct a drill In the Young Woman's
Christian Association gymnasium, and
at the evening session, which will be
held in the Second Presbyterian church,
the principal features will be addresses
by Rev. Samuel Dodds, A. .M., of Grove
City, and Mrs. L. D. Wlshard, of New
Meetings for Tomorrow.
Tomorrow the meetings will begin at
the Young Woman's Christian assocla
tlon rooms at 9.30 a. m., when Mrs. R,
F. Morse, of New York, will conduct the
services. In ' the afternoon a eosnel
meeting will be held at 3.30 at the Penff
Avenue Baptist church.,- Tomorrow
evening a great public meeting1 will be
held in the lecture room of the Elm
Park church, beginning at 6 p. m.; when
addresses will be delivered by Miss
Agnes Hill, of Madras, -India; Miss
Mary Ayer, of Philadelphia, and at 9
p. m. the farewell meeting will be held
In. the auditorium of the church
Have you been able to And what you
want In a Fur Cape? One of the Jargefct
New YorK rurriew win aixpiay in our
cloak parlors, on Nov. 12, 'IS and Hjth'e
greatest line of Fur Capes ever .vfteOn
outside of New York. Don't fall, to visit
US. . i ' . " 1
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
4 k x Dr. dlbbons,
of New York city, will be In his Scranton
office, 44t Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from t In the morning until 9 Id the
evening. . . ;
So Unofficial Totals of the Compila
tion Would Indicate. .
PLURALITIES ARE VERY SMALL
demons Hus Sixty thrctf Votes Mure Than
liulloy and Schadt Twenty More. Than
' Davlcs-Thero May Be Some
Surprises Today. " . . " ,
The work of counting the votes cast
at Tuesday's election went on before
Judge Edwards yesterday and at 9.30
last night the task of compiling the re
turns had been completed except In the
case of the Fifth district of the Second
ward of this city.
That was passed yesterday morning
to give the attorneys from Mr. demons
and Mr. Davles on opportunity to pre
pare affidavits that It Is supposed will
have reference to certain Irregularities,
This matter will be considered this
morning by the court. The ballot box
of the Third district of the Eleventh
ward will also be brought Into court
this morning as the figures of the tally
sheet do not correspond.
Supplying the figures of the open ro
turns the case of the Fifth district of
the Second ward the official, compila
tion of the vote shows the following
Clemons' plurality 13
Schadt '. 13.1S3
Schadt's plurality...........! 20
These are not official footings. They
will not be made until today..,
According to official count the vote
and pluralities of the different leglsla
tlve candidates Is as follows:
First district Fnrr. R.. 3.870: Davis.
D., 2,808; Ru;it, Pn, 182; Evans, P., G!
Farr's plurality, 1,062.
Second district Connell, R.,'.3,BK6;
Qlnnan, D 3,340; Hangl, Pr., 226;
Goeble, P., 136; Connell's plurality, 216.
Third district G rover, R., 2,607;-Van
Fleet, D., 1,633; Hurley, P., 33; Clements,
Pr., 286; Grover's plurality, 1,074. '.
Fourth district O'Malley, R., 4.008
Burke, D., 3,570; Frank, P.. 155; Shep
herd, Pr., 379; O'Malley's plurality, 1,032,
That Carbondnlc Tangle.
At 9 o'clock a. m. the counting of the
votes was resumed and Judge Edwards
received evidence as to the returns
from the First district of the Sixth
ward of Carbondule. The Judge ex
plained that the marks on the tally
sheets showed but 117 votes for Clem
ons, and he was anxious to know why
li5 votes were marked down and how
the difference of fifty-eight votes was
J. J. Lowry was sworn and Bald that
he was Judge of election In the district
referred to and explained in detail how
the votes were counted. The straight
Republican votes, he said, were not
marked on the tally sheet, but were
counted directly from the ballot papers
and the figures 58, representing the
straight Republican votes, were In
serted after the figures 117, represent
ing the split votes given, for Clemons,
thus bringing up the total of 175 ac
tually recorded In , his favor. Cross-
examined by Attorney Lemuel Amiher-
man on behalf of Candidate Bailey, he
reiterated his statement arid was quite
positive that , tlierej wer fifty-eight
votes marked In theRepuBllcan circle
He was not aware, he said, that It was
necessary to mark them on the tally
sheet individually. When examined by
Attorney Torrey, on behalf of Mr. Clem
bns, he said that 'Squire Lowry and N.
C. Purdy were inspectors, and the over
seers were also present, and were quite
satisfied as to the manner In which the
votes had been counted. The ballot
papers with the straight votes marked
were put In a separate parcel after they
Were counted and checked so they could
not be re-counted. Mr. Ammerman sug
gested that the box should be inspected
with a view to satisfy the court that
the fifty-eight ballot papers were there,
but Judge Edwards held that the ex
planation was a reasonable one and that
he could not order a further search,, es
pecially as both the returns agreed with
the explanation tendered by Mr. Lowry.
. A Vote for Fellows.
One vote for J. H. Fellows was re
corded In North Ablngton district for
the office of congress. Lemuel Ammer
man drew the attention of the court to
a clerical error In the returns from the
First ward of the borough of Olyphant,
In totaling the votes for Mr. Schadt
The -total showed 102 where It should
have been 167, and the Judge ordered the
record to be amended, granting an in
crease of five votes in lavor or sir,
In the returns from the Third dis
trict of the First ward of Scranton, Mr.
Koehler was credited with 114 votes, but
In going through the sheets a mistake of
thirty-four was found In the addition
and the list was amended giving him
When the Fifth district of the Second
ward of this city was reached Major
Everett Warren requested that consld
eratlbn of the list be postponed, as af
fldavlts would be submitted" proving
that the return was defective..- The ap-
plcation was granted and the matter
will be brought up this morning.
in tne rum aisirici oi uie cignin
ward L. M. Bunnell received one vote
for secretary of Internal affairs, nnd In
the First district of the Thrteenth ward
one vote' wa recorded for T. 'Y. Pow
derly for governor. In the Second dis
trict of the same ward John H. Fellows
received a vote for congress.
Late In the afternoon It was dscov
Another shipment of
r Mixed TeasI5c; per lb.'i
- worth 25c anywhere or
lvat any tune. -.
E. G. Coursen
fading Ciocer N, JL h
i ered that an -error had been made by
the. election Vlurks in counting tlie
tallly, marks o,i the sheet in the Third
district of the Thirteenth ward. Schadt
was credited with1 ninety when the
figures should have been eighty-five.
An error was also discovered In the
First district of the Thirteenth, 'whero
demons wag credited with 146 votes In-
"tead of 120. ...
An examination of the tally sheet of
the Third district of the Eleventh ward
show.ed that 186 votes were cast for
treasurer, while the entire number of
votes cast in the district was 1C3. The
ballot box' will' be brought Into court'
this' morning and the cause of the error
ascertained. - As It. is a Schadt strong
hold It may wipe out his plurality.
One or two other trifling errors were
afterward found, but they only In
volved the chanie of one or two votes.
At 9.S0 last night the count was com
pleted and court adjourned until this
morning, when the votes of the dbtrlcts
in dispute will be acted upon.
Exciting Five-Act "Stowaway" Pleases an
"The Stowaway," u.tdcr the direction
of Thomas H. Davis and William T.
Keogh, was presented to a fair sized
audience at the Academy of Music last
night. The play Is an unadulterated
melodrama, and is all that Is claimed
for It In the way of murder and other
crime, vllllans, midnight scenes, realis
tic situations where various lives are
saved Just in the nick of time, and
other exciting episodes. Five acts are
required to produce the play, and Judg
ing from the frequent applause of the
upper gallery the efforts of the players
The company collectively Is of fair
ability, and individually it contains
some very, clever people. Miss Lihhv
K-irKe, as Chucky, a London newsbov.
Is really an artist, and Harry Booker In
his original creation of Dlckev Dials
proved himself a comedian of consider
able merit. As Tom Inglls, the hero of
the play, John DeOez scored a hit, and
Wirils Granger interpreted the polished
villlan, Charles Etherlngton, In a clever
COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO.
Presented by the American Players at the
mi " . . ..
ine i.oum or Monte Christo" was
produced at the Frothlngham last night
oy tne American Players In a praise
worthy manner. It was not such a pre
sentation as James O'Neill cave It In
mis city one year ago, but It Is one that
possesses dramatic merit and holds the
close attention of the audience from be
ginning to end,
Joseph Kansome In the title role
proved himself a careful and painstak
lng actor, and at times his work was
really brilliant. Ills support throughout
was good.- The piece Is presented with
splendid scenery 'and stage accessories,
It will be at the Frothlngham again to
This afternoon "La Tentatlon" will be
produced at a matinee.
Oriental kuxurv in Scranton.
tn a line with the many other metroDol
ltan conveniences of this city are tho
thoroughlyequlppedTurklnh, Russian and
Roman baths -for ladies and Kentlenien
at 5U6 Spruce street. The parlors are best
known as The Gllsey baths and are under
the personal nianuKement of M. J. Pur-
cell, the proprietor, who from his practical
Knowledge anil experience Is well quail
fled to give patrons the attention they de
serve. The establishment Is character
ized by cleanliness, attention and moder
ate charges. Recently the baths hav
oec-n improved by alterations and addl
t Ions and contain us attendants only ex
perieneed shumpooers. Patrons will be
visited at residences If desired. The. es
tablishment Is especially and exclusive!
reserved for ladies each Tuesday from
a. m. until 6 n. m. For their tiennflt
private entrance has' been made through
Owens' cloak store on Spruce street. The
scale or prices follows: Turkish and Rue
slan, Jl; Roman, ; massage. 12: summer
Dams, w cents. .
Harriet Paid the Costs.
Francis (I. Rarrlck. of Glen street, en
toreu complaint before Alderman Ballev
or tne Thirteenth ward, on Oct. 8 that
l' rank AI. Amsbrey, of Lackawanna ave
nue, kept a gambling den. Amsbrey en
lereu nan in the sum of for his appear
ance In court before Alderman Fltzsim
mons, of the Eighth ward,; on Nov.
Vi: W illiam . Haggerty becoming his
bondsman. Rarrlck appeared before Al
Herman Bailey Thursday and had the
case discontinued. He paid the costs.
Turkish an Russian llutlis for Ladles.
At the request of physicians and ladle:
arrangements have been made to elv
baths to ladles on Tuesdays from 8 a. m,
to p. m. private entrance throuith
Owens' cloak parlors on Spruce strret.
J. Furcell, proprietor.
ACKER In Scranton, Nov. 8. 1894. Sarah,
widow of Peter H. Acker, at her home
In Brooklyn. Funeral Sunday at 2 p,
froin the residence of Stephen Molr, 2u6
East Market street. Interment private,
I have just received a new line of
for Wedding Gifts.. Step in and see
; our new stock.
Irs t PrMtnt Mm Mom FopnlU ui rrcfrr4 bj
Wtrwoomtt Opposite Columbus Uonumont,
inn whlrvtrtop Av. Scranton. P.
BEST SETS OF TEETH. S8.0y
: Including' the painless extracting ot
teeth by an entirely new process.
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S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S..
iiflt't tni lot ryirir
if. W.W. BERRY- 1
E 1417 Lackiwtnna Avt. I
us Wyoming av&
Just Received, :at
INC UDING ' I,'-
Fir.o Chocolate Crpams,
Chocolate Criarh' Walnuts,
Cream Dates, '
Eutter Scotch, Cocoa Bon-Bons,
Lemon Drops, Chocolate Nougats
Van Cccoanut Kisses, '
Smooth Almonds, , , .
Choc. Fried Oysters,
Shellbark Caramels, .
Wintergretn Wafers, ' ' '
Chocolate Nectar, Cream Almonds
Cream Walnuts, Burnt Almonds,
Oriental Jollies, Chocolate Queens
Marshmallows, Soft Creams,
Cream Pepp. Wafers,
Chocolalo Walnuts, Walnut Kisses
Chccolate Palmettos, "
Assorted Cachous, ' '
St. Nicholas, Chocolate Grenobles
Choice of above for 20c. per pound;
lUc. per i 10.; be. per t lb.
3!9 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
Grsen and Gold Store Front
IX FACT WE HAVE
of All Kinds,
do you dread Monday
washday t Can't blame you
much slop dirt confusion
-heat enough to drive you
out into the street. Wouldn't
it' be better to send your whole
laniily wash to us every week ?
Special "POUND RATES"
to families. Write for these
Crop a postal-our wagons will call promptly.
YOU'LL HAVE TO WALK
Many a long mile before you will
find Shoes to equal our new lines
of Fall and Winter Footwear.
WE HAVE EVERY STLYE and qual
ity that is first-class and desira
ble. . Our prices are as low, if not
lower, than you are ' paying for
poorer Shoes. ,''. , ' , .
AT REASONABLE PRICES
224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
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Jsales of $oo of over : - -
AN OFFERS TO THE 'PUBLIC
AVINQ withdrawn entirely from
wholesale trade aud having
transferred our wholesale stock
to our retail department to be offered
to our patrons at wholesale prices, we
mention a few of our prices: , t
CIRCULAR CAPES ; '
Fronoh Black Lyni,26 In. loDg.atf 6 CO
Electric Seal, 15.00
Wool Seal, . . ? 1.00
Astrakhan, " ' 15.OU
. . . FUR NECK SCARFS. . .
Water Mlnlr ;.,., 1
E ectric Heal
Hudson Hay Sablo .,
SOMETHING HEW IS A ' -
With Double IIeadu.
In Ladies' Tailor Wade Coats
and Capes we carry the handsomest
line in the city.
In Millinery Department '
We carry a fine line of Trimmed aM.
I'rttrimnjcd, and the latest in a Child's
; School Cap. . . ; V,
Have Your Fnrs Repaired ; V
by the only practical hurrier la the;.'
city. Send for illustrated catalogue.
J,',..-- aw,' .
138 Wyoming Avcnuo. -..' i'
NEXT DIME BASK. . ; " '
. ' . SEE
I28 WYOMING AVENUE.
You can be fitted with any styla
of Corset free of charge. - .,
Ol'R NEW RAZOR or Needle Toes fof
j Ladies and Gentlemen are the per
fection of the Shoemaker's art
' They cut their way Into favor with
every one who sees them. .
01 R CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
will prove attractive to parents
i who are looking for reliable Shoes
at the lowest possible prices.
Corner of Lackawanna and-
that we are giving
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