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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING,' JUNE 21!, ; 1895
A pure cream of tartar powder.
spoonful Is required, of . .
ICIeveland's Baking Powder I
"Pure" and "Sure."
Food raised with Cleveland's bak
ing powder has no bitter taste, but
is sweet and keeps sweet and fresh.
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Ave.
BIG -BARGAINS IN SHOES
RUSSET SHOES AT COST
COMMONWEALTH SHOE STORE
OUR WAGONS CALL
Regularly lu nil parts of tlia city. Have
we missed you? Drop a postal.
308 Pcnn Ave. A. B. WAR. MAN.
GRAND OPENING OF THE
'MONDAY, JUNE 24, EVERY NIGHT.
For SU Nlfrhts at 8.1 a Magnificent Pro
duction of Bait's Greatest Operatic Work
The Bohemian Girl
A Superb and Strictly First
NEW SCENERY. NEW COSTUMES.
EO PEOPLE IN THE OPERA-50.
36-A GRAND CHORUS 0F-3G.
15 IN THE 0RCHESTRA-I5.
Bpecial Every Afternoon at 4.UU, N'iglit at 8,
The Ampbibiocs Klnir. His equal not known
on tbe facn of tne earth. In His Wonderful
Performance in a Glass Tank tilled with water,
I rom tbeKoyal Aquarium, Loudon, England.
5W Oporas "Aniorita." "Thn Gondoliers,"
"Iolanthe" and ' Vice Admirul."
PRICES, ADMISSION AT GATES. 10c.
Having Fnll View of Opera from Outside;
Pavilion Opera House Chairs, K Cents.
SHADES HADE OF
It Does Not Fade.
It Does Not Crack. .
127 WYOMING AVENUE.
CITY x PTES.
The auditing committee of selfct coun
cil will meet Monduy night. '
Ward pay-rolls In ull but the Third and
Tenth wards will be.pald today,
MIbb Uussle KeKlli van yesterday uls
Charged from 1110 county Jail under the in
solvency act. ....'
The funeral of Mamie, daughter of Mr.
ond Mrs, Jumes Dolun, of 716 yulncy. nve
vue, will tuke place this. afternoon at 2.30.
The Penn Avenue. Baptist church and
Sunday school bo 10 ''arvtew Thursday
June 27. Tickets, CO cents; children, 30
Cents. - - . -. i I
Rev. Warren O, FurtriilKe will read a
paper on "Some Latest Phases of Hoclul
iBm" at 4he Kantist Pastors' conference
on next Monday morning-, . .'
Thomas Iershliner. yesterday petitioned
the court for permission to adopt Ralph
Loron Letchworth, the 0-year-old son of
T. P. Letehwbrth, as his son and heir. .
A ppeelttl meetliiB of the, manhKers of
the Home for the. Krlendlcss will be held
Monday momlnir, June 24, at 9.30 o'clock.
A matter of ureat Importance will be con
sidered. i . "
Max Weis and his wife, Katie Weis. be
fcan an action yesterday against Sarah
Arowowltz, of 7:7 Scranton street, to re
cover $10,000 damoRes for defamation of
pharaeter. - .
In the estate of Krastus C. Bwinisle, late
of Jefferson township, letters of adminis
tration were granted to Angellne 8.
H A 1
Bwlnsle yesterday by Register of Wills
Hopkins. ., .
, The Lucy Logan mission band will hold
u cake and candy sale In tha lecture room
of the First Presbyterian church this
afternoon from 3 to U o'clock. Admission
The examination of the Sabbath school
children of the Congregation Amine Chesod
and the awarding of medals will take place
Hundiiy, June 23, at 8.20 a. m, at the Lin
den Street temple. -
Marriage licenses .were granted by the
clerk of the courts yesterday to Patrick
J. Hayes and Hunnuh clllllgun, Uunmore;
Lewis VV. Covey, Chinchilla, und Cella
Mrs. Ellen. I. .Madlgan begun an action In
ejectment yesterday against John VV.
Williams to recover possesion of hind lu
Fell township that she allege she Is the
owner of, but which Is held by -Mr. Will
luins. Children's Day will be observed on Sim
day at th Penn Avenue Huptlxt church.
LOIuborate prcpuiutlnns have been made
for this ocraxlon, Time will be specltil
music, Horal decorations and printed pro
grammes for every person.
Mm. Margaret Hurry begun suit uxulnnt
the Mi.troHlltun Life lusui'iinee compuny
estenluy to recover S'iimi. Mrs. Hurry, on
June r, Ihm.'I, Insured her liiihcr, Dunlcl
Uiveii. In the company for $rii. He dlcil
May 1, ISH.'i, uud the policy has not Hlncti
been juild, . , ( .
Tim front of Duvlcs K tirlflln's former
place of ImisIik ks on Lackawanna nveuiie
has been ornamented with tings and bunt
Inif and u bust painting of (ienenU Philip
H. Sheridan. An announcement of the
coming excursion of the Monument asso
ciation Is made underneath.-
Wootllnwn Park Is a plot of ground nt
Clark's Summit, suhable fur u summer
residence or an all the year around home.
There is plenty of pure spring water und
the IttiproveiiK nts now In progress promise
to make Woodluwii 1'urk line of the most
desirable places to live In Ihls part of the
For the Young Women's-Chrlstlan usso
clutlon tomorrow ufternoim, ut S.-I'i. spe
cial music lias been prepared. Mrs. Frank
Watts and .Mrs. lirunilage are to furnish
solos, and a (iiurtette is. also expected.
The lesson for the duy is to lie drawn
from John I, li-i'i, "Finding and Fol
lowing." For the matinee today lit the Froth
Inghum the Cora Van Tassell company
v.lll present "Tennessee's I'urdner.' Ten
cents admission to all purts of the house,
liy special reipiest the compuny will pre
sent "Leah, the Forsukon' in the evening.
The FrothlnKhum theuter is most pleas
ant and cool.
Commencing Tuesday evening and con
tinuing during the absence of Superin
tendent Hiinuorn, the musical part of the
Itesctie mission service will be ill charge of
Tallle .Morgan, assisted by D. C. lilchiinls.
This means a urund song service, every
rtlght. Mr. (iuinley will have charge of
the speaking and Miss Muttlo Miinson will
preside at the organ.
At Calvary Iteformed chmh, Monroe
avenii.. and C.lbsou street.' Hev. W. H.
Stubblebine will liegin a course of Illus
trated sermon on Sunday evening on
"Scenes In the Life of Daniel." The first
sermon Is entitled "A Nation In Chains."
Three paintings six feet high are used to
Illustrate the truths presented, and are
buth interesting and instructive.
At St. Luke's church Sunday there will
be a special offeilng received for the work
of spreading the tJospel hi our own dio
cse. This Is work among those people
and in those places in our own stuie uud
diocese where it Is Impossible to support a
clergyman without some outside hel;i.
Kveryone connected with the parish is
requested to give at least five times their
Marshall H. Van Scoten began suit yes
terday aguiust Andrew K. Kuub, adminis
trator of the estate of the lute John W.
Kuub, of this city, to recover $tSi(. He
claims that he had a verbal ugreement
with Kaub by the terms of which he was
to receive $.'.0 a year for acting us ugent
ut Mr. Kaub's farm at Dimmick, Susque
hanna county. The StSO is the amount of
the prlnclpul and interest due him.
Xow We Have Them.
This morning we will open a new as
sortment of ladies' Shirt Waists, Black
and White Stripes, Hlue Stripe and Linen.
Mi'ARS & 1IACE.N.
TIME TABLK CHANGES.
Will Go Into Effect on the Ik, !,. it W
On Monday the following changes In the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western time
table will go into effect:
Alain LIik Train No. 3 for Vtlca and
Syracuse, which uow leaves ut 1.21 p. m.,
will, on and after Monday, June 24. loavo
at 1.21 p. b. ; train No. 0. which now leaves
Scranton for New York and Philadelphia
at 3.'iii p. m., will cave at 3.34 p. m.
Uloomsburg Division Plymouth and
Intermediate stations Train which now
leaves at 3."i0 p. m., will leave at 3.3.1 p. m.
The Tobyhunnn accommodation. Instead
of making the start from Tobyhanna,
will, on and after Monday, make It from
Mount Pocono, leaving Mount Pocono at
fi.4ri a. m., urrivlng In Scranton nt
8.o5 a. m.
OPERA AT THE PARK.
Company Will Sing the Itohcminn Girl
Monday night the summer season of
opera will be Inaugurated at Laurel Hill
park, when the Laurel Mill park Opera
company will sing Halle's opera,. "The
liohemiaii Oirl." under the direction of
Professor Klchard F. Lindsay. The cast
Is a strong one and a fine rendition of the
opera may be expected.
Fnocli, the phenomenal Water king, will
give his wonderful exhibition afternoon
and evening. Next wclc "Amorlta" will
be siK.fr by the company.
THE LORRAINE TRIP.
How to Put in ii I'lcnsnnt Afternoon
Folks wishing to combine business with
pleasure will be glad to know that there is
a. good chnnce of making fcTiO out of the
Lorraine excursion this ufternotui as well
an a certain prosiy j of having a real good
time. The ballot man Is going to drop a
hundreil envelopes umong . the crowd at
Ixrrulne and one of these holds an order
for a J2T lot. The Under of the envelope
gets the lot totally free of cost. It will be
a. bona tide instance of "finding money."
Norton's Bulletin. ,'
July Hurper's Monthly, S5r.
July Hutterlck's JJellnealor, IjC : "
The Hookmun for June, itc...
The Three (Iraces, by the "Duchess."
Second Series, "Chlmmlu Fadden."
Jim of Hellas, by author ('apt. Junuary.
AlcClure's New Life Napoleon,
With 2.B00 pictures, only SO cents.' ' ,
How to Know Wild Flowers, hpw edition,
Tulkn about Seasonable Flowers, i
Common birds and how to know them.
Homes in City and Country, Illustrated.
Peloubets Notes on Bible lessons for 189.",
only 50 cents now, cut from $1.00.
Substitutes for liorsford's
Acid Phosphute Are Jinngcrona.
Because thoy cost less, many oubstltutes
are offered, some of which are dangerous,
and none of which will produce the name
effect aa the genuine. Insist upon having
"HORSFOKU'S" whether buying a bot
tle of Acid Phosphate, or .'''phosphate!" in
a glass of Bodtt.'-
.... , V(
The finest line of wine,: cigars, mait and
other liquors In the city at Lohmann's,
Spruce street. K. Koblnson's, Milwaukee
and Kolgenspan'a beers on draught.
t you want a good plumber telephone
2242. W. G. Doud & Co., COS Lackawanna
K asset Shoos
at reduced prices at the Commonwealth
Shoe Store, Washington avenue.
Tlicy Made a Splendid Appearance at
' the Frothlmih.ini.
UXEKCISES KEKE SUCCESSFUL
Theater Was Crowded by Those Who
Wcro Anilous to Hcnr the Efforts
of tbe Promising Young Pupils.
. Names of the Graduates.
tlirt around with pretty mounds of
natural green, with an urtlstlu forest
scene forming a hurmotilous back
ground, the class of ''.'3 of the Scranton
high school was launched upon the
turbulent 'seas nf practical life from the
dock of Hchopl-dity existence at "Old
Liberty." Never before In the history
Valedictorian of the Class of '!Ci.
of high sclioid comtneticenieiit evenings
has fa huge an assemblage ot friends
of the graduates gathered as the at
tendance last evening at the Frothing
ham, and It was noticeable that more
enthusiasm was displayed than ui'ual,
the number of reculJs being frequent
and evidently sincerely sought. The
'theater was very cool, tine thermometer
standing nt 70 ilegree-i.
lu the box farthest away from the
stage In the lower ter, on the right,
snt Professor Oeorge Howell and Miss
Eliza Chase, accompanied by friends.
The other boxes were occupied by
School Controller George Carson and
family, and official dinlturies with
friends. lCvcry loge was occupied, the
upper gallery also being filled. AVhen
the curtain arose shortly after 8 o'clock
the scene on tihe stuge brought forth
unvohiutary upplause from the audi
ence present. Seated onilhe four upper
tiers and environed by potted plants
and a sylvan scene, the under-gradu-ates,
to the number of about .fifty per
sons, the young ladies nttired In while,
presented a charming picture. Then, to
the accompaniment of Bauer's orches
tra, thirty-five graduates entered In the
rear of those already on the stage, and
stepped down a central al.-le in pairs,
each member turning nt right angles
at places previously assigned tiiem.
Opening the Mxcreiscs.
When the applauso which this move
ment had occasioned had sub;-Mded, Rev.
Itoger Israel requested the audience to
arise and stand while nn earnest Invo
cator was being pronounced by the rev
erend gentleman. At the conclusion of
the prayer the school, led by Professor
C H. Dei-man, sung an Inspiring Snitla
tory song, applause continuing ut Its
finish. Proifexsor J. C. Lunge, principal
of the High school, as chairman' of the
evening. Introduced Miss Mary Dan
iels, the class salutatorlan. who, lu be
half of her class, welcomed the frlends
present to the evening's exercises. Fol
lowing the salutatory proper Miss Dan
iels discussed the subject: "What Is a
Nation's Strength?" The speaker de
fined the word "nation," stating that
a government was constituted by the
Individuals In it. Our government, she
said, rests upon Us common school sys
tem, and the result of the recent China
Japan war is a victory for education.
In closing, Miss Daniels .recited the
famous lines of Goldsmith, "ill fares
the land, to hastening ills a prey, when
wealth accumulates end men decay."
Charles Teal, a young man who
showed himself conversant on national
topics, gave an oration "The Nicaragua
Canal." The speaker said that there
are two alternatives: cither the British
or American governments would control
the I'acillc ocean. Ho showed the dan
ger of allowing a. 'foreign iforclw to
creep into Central America, by means
of a canal owned hy Its government,
and gave a brief history of the agita
tion and referred to the ben :flt of the
passageway. A chorus hy the school,
entitled "Welcome Song," was given,
the following young ladles composing a
sextette, which rendered Hpeclul parts:
Misses Fellows, Perry, Joseph, Powell,
Kann and Kstelle. The piece, though
diflicult, w.is given Jn a- faultless man
ner. Miss Graves' Essay.
An essay by Mltis Mary Graves, on
he subjecet, "our National Lack of Rev
erence," was a gem lu Itself. Miss
Graves mentioned the American's want
of respect for a labeled aristocracy.
Kotdgners are amuzed ut our indiffer
ence In this respect, but, sad1 the speak
er, If we look back at our history such
a condition seems Inevitable. The talk
was given with a naturalness that was
Miss Maud A. ISstelle, an exceedingly
winsome young lady, recited an eccen
tric piece called "Oil, Sir!" .Tilssi Kstelle
has the natural talent of an elocution
ist. Lust evening her selection told of
u younglady who was transformed from
rr school girl to a "madame," and of her
subsequent trials with "Oh, ' Sir!"
"Cheerfulness," a song, wns given by
the school, the male members being
heard to advantage.
' The oration of Charles Whittemnre,
on ."Looking Forward Fifty Years,"
was the best, enjoyed endeavor of Its
kind of the evening. The speaker
Imagined the condition of Scranton In
the year 3115, and told his dream to the
audience. Certainly we had parks dot
ting the city at many places, and to tils
surprise the streets were kept clean.
We hud a model city and our city fa
thers were untainted with bribes. It
was a maxim lihat only a philanthrop
ist could be a councilman ami to be
mayor "one must be almost an angel,"
raid Mr. Whtttemore. The viaduct had
been erected on West Lackawanna ave
nue, and the Linden street bridge was
the butt of ridicule to all strangers.
They marveled nt our extravagance,
and Serantotl's .bridge was as famous
as Philadelphia's slowness. The street
car service wai perfect and fenders
were noon all the cars. After the con
clusion of the talk, the uipplause Con
tinued, and Mr. Whittemnre was
obliged t respond to an encore. A
recitation, "Diamond Cut Diamond,"
was given by Miss Illy Joseph. Thp
piece was of a -musical-elocutionary
'type, the speaker Blnglng In a sweet
voice a eateiiy ditty, old, though ever
pleasant. Miss Joseph's gestures were
all that could be desired, but her. sing
ing voice completely captured her hir
ers. She responded to renewed ap
plause In a graceful manner.
V lss Kent's I'ume.
Bauer's orchestra opened part sec
ond of the programme with an overUire,
followed by Miss Edna Kent's reading
of her original class poem on the sub
ject, "Launching the Class Motto."
A declamation on "Cyclones,".: by
Alexander Clark afforded .genuine
amusement. Mr. Clark spoke the hu
morous sketo'i with a certain touch of
ilrolllty, which adJi;d to the amusement
of his selection. An encore was e
mandej, but the young man was not
prepared, having misjudged bis powers
as un entertainer. The school sang
"The Spring Song" in a hearty way,
after which MUa Rosa Shields followed
with her class prophecy. Miss Shields
was upon Bald Mountain one day, so
she stated, with thirty-six members of
the class of '!i.1, and, upon her return
ing home her fend slipped and the young
lady fell Into a crevice. Willie here she
met an old man, of ludicrous appear
ance, who showed her liiie Hook of Life,
which disclosed the future of her class
mates. Charles Whlltemore was a ma
Klclun, who, with live fellows, readied
the North pole, and were then uncere
moniously pluced upon the planet Mars.
Lloyd Cooper was minister to Japan,
and Thomas Hymn was a Trilby lec
turer. Tihe prophecy was a bright one,
reiplete with Jingling rhymes of no
menn merit. .Miss Shields bowed nc
linovli'dgmcr..ts for approbation by the
A duet, "See the I'ale Moon," by Miss
Lily Joseph and Irene Kann. was given
with sweet voices and artistic expres
sion, "A Toboggan Slide, an ex
tremely funny piece, by Miss Rosa
Roberts followed. Then came the vale
dictory oration by A. Lloyd Cooper, the
class leader, on the subject, "The Power
of Religious Relief." Mr. Cooper Is a
very thoiighful young man, his success
ut the .high school being amply ex
plained In the masterly way In which
he handled the subject before him. His
valedictory was as follows:
Mr. Cooper's Valedictory.
To the Scranton Board of Control:
This ( lass Is I'lider great obligation to
you. Through your efforts some of us
have so far received most of our educa
tion. You have provided for lis pleasant
school buildings, free books ami sta
tionery.' In fact, you have done all in
your power to enable us to obtain a good
education. In behalf of the class of
I sincerely thank you for your labors In
the cause oT public education. I'lidergrad
males for some time, we have been in al
most dally association Willi you. Dining
this time we have watched you: we have
seen you pass through the same trials
ami trouble, through which we passed a
year ago, and it lias afforded us a kind of
pleasure. We have felt towards you much
us one who lias been successfully initiated
into a secret society feels toward the next
person who undergoes Ihe initiation.
Perhups you have thought that we were
Inclined to lie tyrannical, or to lord It over
you more lhau our position would war
rant. Hut we trust thai. Inasmuch lis in
the high school you will henceforth he
mor.uireh of all you survey, you will forget
these tiitles and ever remember with. favor
the class of ''.15. To our teachers, to you,
the class of 'li-'i owes a greiet d. bt. For two
years you have labored earnestly Willi us,
and have endeavored to Impart to us such
knowledge us would aid us hereafter.
Doubtless we have many times sorely
tried your patience and have caused yon
much care anil anxiety. Yet you have
generously overlooked our faults and haye
done your best -to prepare us for whatever
the future may nave in store for us. We
thunk you. Though we may never meet
again as teachers und pupils, be assured
that we shall always regard and esteem
the teachers of the Scranton high school.
Members of the class of this is a Joy
ful oceuslon to us, and yet there is a touch
of sadness mingled Iwth our Joy. It Is
Joyful, because vacation Is ut hand: It Is
soriowful, because our cluss must now be
Tomorrow we shall separate, each one
to pursue his own way. Long hnve we
lubored and toiled 'together. Together we
hava wound our way through the Intrlcato
niaes of t" pine try und trigonometry. To
gether" have studied the starry heavens
above us? and the beautiful which grow be
neath our feet. We have fought many
battles with Cuvsar, and we have followed
Aennes through his many wanderings.
This long association has woven among
ns many tender ties of nffectlon. Some of
these must now be broken. Tonight we
stand on that mystic line which separates
our school life from our great battles with
the world. Tomorrow we shall step across
It and go forth to meet the future. Prob
ably this Is the last time that we shall ho
together as a cluss, yet lut us ever reserve
a warm spot In our memory for two years
of study and pleasure In Liberty hull. We
know not w:hat may await us. but we sin
cerely trust that the Scranton high school
may always have Just reason to be proud
or the cluss of 'li'i.
The Closing Numbers.
After the school had sung "Good
Night," Superintendent of Schools
George W. Phillips handed diplomas to
thirty-live students In the class of '!.',
one .mem her, John Stanton, being ab
sent on account of the death in the
family. Before giving the certlllcates
Mr. P-hllllps made an eloquent speech,
especially to the graduates, telling
them to launch Into the deep of life's
Those who received the precious docu
ments, which they hate struggled for
two years, were: T'iiomas Byron, A.
Lloyd Cooper, Alexander P. Clark, Ku
gene H. Fellows, Joseph J. Jollier, -Edward
II. Kelly, WlUlani It. Morris,
Robert D. Pettlt.Tallexen Phillips, John
'Htnn.ion, Charles iS Teal, William
Vaughan, Charles A. Whittemnre, Ma
bel Benjamin, Gertrude Hlrtley, Anas
tusla Clifford. Mary Carpenter, Mary
Daniels, Maud A. Kstelle, Edith L. Fow
ler, iMury F. Flanaghan, Jennie Fid
lows, Mary Adelle Graves, Lily My
fanwy Joseph, Anna II. Jones, Edna B.
Kent, Lulu Knnpp, Louisa 11. Leader,
Grace J. Pettlgrew, Rahcl Powell, Rosa
II. Roberts, Rosa I. Shields, Grace W.
Shopland, Agnes B Serine, Essie M.
Will. Edith Lyle Williams. .
Attorney George Brure Divldson, of
this city, who ilid not participate In the
exercises or receive a diploma from the
class of 'SO, of which he tls a member,
was'handed the long-delayed paiper ut
laiast evening's presentation. Mr. Da
vidson left for college before the com
mencement exercises' of '80 were held,
hence his 'action of Ia4t night. IleJmude
a bnief spf .'uli In accepting the diploma.
At the close of 'the presentation the pu
pils received the gifts of friends, while
seated upon the stuge.
At tho Training School.
The following graduated from the
Training School for Teachers, Thurs
day: Rose Bechtold, Lucille. Cogtflns,
Belle Doud, llattle 'Follows, - Anna
nuughun, Katherlne Gibbons, Tesele
Gibbons, Anne Jones.' Llzzio Kelly,
Mary Keen. in. Mnry Mahon, Eliza Mfl
Nally, Kale'Orr, Helen Richards and
Grace Rose. .
Will Open Gospel Tabernacle.
The new Gospel tabernacle near Adams
avenue and Delaware street will be opened
tomorrow with diivlno services at 10.30 a.
m., 3.30 and 7.30 p. m. The regular all-day
monthly Pentecostal service on Tuesday,
June 25, commencing at 10 a. m.
Guard the Child Against Chol
era Infantum. ,
Heat and Poor Food Invite tha Dread
' ' " Disorder.
Largely Accountable for
the High Death Kate.
Lactated Food tbe One Safe
Diet for Tender Years.
Baltics Thrive oii It, and Tlicy
Take it with HeUsli.
babies born die on account of Improper
food. On Its nourishing quality and Its
absolute freedom from contamination
depend the growth, lnalth and very ex
istence of the llttli' one.
Jn June, July and August unusual
precautions must be taken, or the weak,
sickly babies fall victims to that deadly
disease cholera infantum, which will
kill off so many precious ones this sum
mer. Medical skill can do no more to save
babies' lives and to keep them well than
It has done in the preparation of lac
tated food. It Is a matter of careful
record that "lactated food babies" are
the healthiest in 'the world.
"After using lactated food for five
years In cases of children suffering
from cholera Infantum, and In debili
tating or wasting diseases, during
which time it never failed me, I have
pleasure in calling attention of physi
cians to it, and in recommending Its
use," says A. P. Grlnnell, M. D., the
tlean of the medical faculty of the I'nl
verslty of Verm'ii'.l. In a statement pub
lished In the Ladle;;' Home Journal.
It Is of Inestimable value to mothers
to know this.
Medical science has been able to de
vise nothing so good as lactated food to
take the place of mother's 'mill;. 1 1 Is
made for this express purpose of form
ing a perfM-t substitute for healthy
mother's milk. It Is pleusaul to the
taste, and has the unusual virtue -of In
ducing delicate .babies to take nourish
ment when other food disagrees with
their weak ptomnchs. Lactated fund
has saved thousands of babies from
falling victims to cholera infantum by
keeping up their strength without In
creasing, as most food dues at such
times, ,the irritation in the Intestines
that sai't'!iii!Vtlili' for most of the fa
talities am ing children during the heat
There Is no parent In the land but. can
read the following letter with profit. It
is from .Mrs. S. J. Dussell, of Oldtown,
Maii.e, who writes:
"Little Marion Is the pli.ture of health
nnd strength, and we attrlluile l-t all to
lactated food. She linn as fine a set of
white teeth ns one will see and is never
sick a day. She still uses your food and
will for some time to come. need not
say anything of her vitality, as I think
her photograph expresses evidence
enough of that."
WOOD'S COLLEGE NOTES.
Professor A. L. McCloskey -will move his
family here this week. He Is popular in
Scranton and will be a valuable acquisi
tion to the Institution.
Professor Williams was appointed by
President Harrison to one of the most im
portant European, consulates.
The college, will close June 27 for the
The Scranton und Wllkes-Rurre schools
will be. 'the best furnished colleges in
America, Wllkes-Rurre lu now complete
and Is u gem.
The faculty for the coming year nt
Scranton will be Professors A. L. McClos
key, S. 1. Wood, O. F. Williams and fl. W.
Kramer, business department; Kalhryn
Hagg. rty and F. W. Trainer, tihorthnnd
school; F. H. Orlger, penmanship; Jennie
Oakes. uniunuensls; Anna Heseeker, as
sistant, and F. 10. Wood, general malinger.
The past year has been exceptionally
good; 1,3111 dlll'eren't students have en.tered
the three schools anil the contracts for
tuition aggregate $(.7,L'7o.im.
-The demand for clerical help has been
good; the applications average more than
one each day.
The Wlllies-Barre school helps Scranton,
as the students there a--,. beginners. .
Professor O..W. Kramer is an excellent
teacher and a gentleman.
Teachers' Excursion to Denver.
On July 3. 1S93, account N. K. A. con
vention, will leave Scranton on D L. &
W. train No. 3, connecting at Buffulo with
special train via Nickel Plate road. Leav
ing Buffalo at 8.110 p. m., will arrive Chi
cago at 12 noon the following day, and ut
Denver li.3'1 p. m. July 5. Only two nights
en route Ser.iulon to Denver.- .
For sleeping car space and nil Informa
tion address Mr. George W. Phillips, su
perintendent schools, Scranton, I'a., or Mr.
M. L. Smith, district passenger agent, 1).,
L. & W . It. It.. Scranton. Pa., or F. J.
Moore, general agent, Nick"! Plate road,
Buffalo, N. Y.
THINK OF TITIS. Hood's Sarsapiirllla
Is the only true blood purllier prominently
In the public eye today. It cures disease
when all others fall, because It makes
pure blood. .u
.HOODS PILLS cure ' Jaundice, bilious
ness, sick headache, coustlpullon and all
Itemeber our telephone number Is 2212
ir you want plumbing work. W. (3 Doud
& Co., SuO Lucka. uve.
wnlst sets, We sell Jinks and studs, six
pieces sterling silver, &. ReXford's, 213
Lackawanna avenue. . ,
i Jlliy tho Weber
and got the best. At Guernsey Bros.
For plumbing and electrlo bells tele
phone 2242 to W. Q. Doud & Co., C09 Lacka.
ave.-- - v - .
BESI SEIS OF TEETH. $8.08
Including the vMuleaa extracting af
: -teeth by an entirely Dew prnnil
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
901 CDDIirr CT"?
Mi VI WW V1
i'-'KX ljaby 011,1
ft IfMM-M Theques-
K i,;k l?7 f""J '
Hr;v ';' wy most 1m
N J. '-'V portnnt
V i-'ff' ' up to Lhe
N4 age "f
IN THE FIRST DISTRICT.
Examinations Will no Conducted on July
0 and 10.
An examination' for thoie residing In
tho First Anthracite Inspection district
who desire certificates of competency as
mino foremen and assistant mine fore
men will bo held at tho school house. In
Cnrboiulale on July I) and 10.
The examination will be In charge of
Mine Inspector Roderick and the mem
bers of the mine exumlnlng board. -
. Join I s to Chattanooga.
The ofllclul route of the Epworth League
from this section to the International con
vention ut Chattanoogu, Tenn., U by the
Picturesque Lehigh Valley Railroad,
leaving Scranton from Delaware and Hud
son rullroad depot Tuesday, Juno 25, at
J2.05 p. in. In through car. to Philadelphia,
arriving In Philadelphia at 5.4U p, m., thus
allowing umple time for supper; .urrivlng
Chuttunoo;;a 0.40 p. in. next day. Sleeping
cur arrangements huvn been mudv for
delegates from this section, thus Insuring
ull going umplei accommodation. Hate
from Scranton S-ii.tw, I'lttston t-'0.4",
Wllkes-llurre jL'ii.05. Tickets good to re
turn llfteen duys from date of sale. If
ileposlled with the agent ut Chutlunoogu
before June 30, un extension of thirty days
from dale of sale will be granted. Those
1hut Intend to Join the party will please
communicate- with Mr. 11. F. Whltlemore,
vice president, Scranton union, care of
Powell's music store, or William L. Pryor,
city ticket agent, L. V. H. It., 'M Lueka
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Morses, Horses for Everyone
Mr. O. F. Karn, of M uncle, liid., will sell
at auction at Cuslek's stable, opposite
court house, on Saturday ut 1 o'clock,
twenty-four bead of hors"s, workers,
drivers and saddlers. Every horse must
be sold. Now In the stable for Inspection.
K. M. Strong, auctioneer.
West ! Vacation Excursion to Niagura and
When "school's oiit"-then recreation and
change of scene. Take the "Erie's" day
light trip to the (beat Catu'ract Wednes
day, June2ii, for teachers and the general
public. Only $3 round trip from Carbon
dale, children 7! per cent, of this rate.
Leave Scranton, D. & H. station, 0.45 a. m.,
leave Carbomlale at 0.30 a. m. For full
particulars call on George Klrby. No. SCO
Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Piano for Sulc.
A high grade 7 1-3 octave piano. Beauti
ful mahoguny case, repeutlng action and
all modern Improvements.- No better
piano made. Will be sold very cheap.
For particulars address Box 227.
Arc; you paying too much for plumbing?
Our telephone is 2242. Try us. W. Q.
Doud & Co., 903 Lacka. ave.
Those two or three teeth you've lost
can be replaced without plates at Dr. E.
T. Whcaton's. Olllce, 421 Lackawanna
NEW NOVELTIES AT
We have just received a new line of
Jewelry, ineluumg the following:
iielt Jjuekles, Necklaces, Link Sleeve
Muttons, Belt Pinu, Ladies' Link Shirt
YVa st Sets, Czarina Buckles, Ura.ilititi
Onyx Belt Bins, Hand Engraved Ini
tial hack Pius, mack bilk est Lhnin
with slide. Christian Kmleuvor Sties:
Pins with silver center, Double Heart
Stick Pins with chain, Pearl Link
Clin litittons, Ubildren's Dress tela.
CHOICE OF ABOVE FOR 10 CENTS.
V Y's A lar?t' line of uum'
I l i U painted Silk Gauze and
l-eather raus l or 'Jn and 5Uc. each
PAY 1) A T)i:i) Royal Fin-
DUA J. Ill lill ish Writing
Paper in rose and heliotrope tints, 24
sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes in
box, '5c. per box. Miperior Irish
Linen Satin Finish, 48 sheets of Paper
and 4S Envelopes in box, 25c. per
box. itoyal Scotch Linen, 2UC. per
box. imperial Finish HiU Grade
Paper, for society eorrespondeuce, 25c,
per box. Large assortment Linen
Pads, ruled and unruled, fur 10c, 15c,
819 LACKAWAKitt AVENUE,
Green and Gold Store FrnS.
FRANK P. CHRISTIAN
412 SPRUCE STREET,
205 LACKAWANNA AVE.
fTTK ETC 1FTTU ITS
In at Fmant tin Uot ropolu ud FreMrnd ij
- Laduif Armift.
Warcroomi : Opposite Celumkut Hoaumsst,
r08 Washington Av, Scranton, Pa,
J. LAWRENCE STELLE,
REMOVED TO 303 SPRUCE STREET, SCRANTON.
From the same first-class
Sheet Music, Music Folios and
Small Musical Instruments
at Greatly Reduced Pricopu
' 'Fine China -Silk Waists,
in all colors - , : .$2.79
Worth $3.50. .
Fine Taffeta Silk Waists,
$4.29, Vortli $6.50.'
Fine Figured Silk Skirts,
$.4J, Formerly $12 to $25.
. ; '. I
Fine Creponue at ' $12.49
Fine Cheviot Suits at $7.93
i lot of Spring Capes and
Coats at - $1,29
t$CS?Come early, for these
goods will not last long.
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT TO THE DIME BANK.
Coats and Vests
Let vour Wagons, Carts or
Farming Implements look
shabby or fall to pieces for
the want of a coat of
BRIGHT WAGON PAINT
You or your hoy can apply
It some rainy day and make
them look like new.
It is a practical paint, made
especially for this purpose.
Sample cards and prices at
makers as heretofore.