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THE SUKANTON TJIIB ITNE 1TTESDAY MORNING. APRIL 7, 1S9C.
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GARNEY, BROWN & CO.,
.: IfiaN'JFACTUOS, COURT house sq.
.n.s .MaiKiuvt hoole, or Arcliuuld, was
III die city mii'rdiiy.
li.-orire II. S.-ott. Jr., Is upending' u few
Ony ui Summit, X. J.
Kdiviird tinnier, of IWtoii, ia viHltiiig
bis parent on Court street.
.Mrs. A. i:. limit, of Tunkhnnnock, is
vl-diliiK friends In tills city.
Ir. JiiiiKM J. Wufch. oi' Philadelphia,
Culliil nn tVranton Irieiidy yesterday.
!.MIn Maud Crary. of llnlT.ilo, Is visititiR
Miss Julia I'lttiKivw, or (iiljsoii street.
.Mis. 1). S. Coi.b. of .Marion Htreet, Is
visltlnir Airs. .M. Hall and dautjhtcr, of
l-'iimk J. Mcl'uiin returned yesterday
from a visit amotiK relallvea in O'Neill
K. F. r.cnton, business manager of (lie
Warjiaivt .Mather company, was in tin;
i . . .(.. ... .
i inn i unites, ui ine i. i mines
hotel, has resinned. He will lie succeeded
ly Tied I,, illssell, of the KxchaiiKc. hotel,
(,)eorue I.. ('adwalnder, eaptain of the
l.awn ni evllle Knot liall and Truck team,
Is speiiilniK the Kaster vaealion with Al
lien 1.. Wuisuu, of this city.
'Mrs. Jaenh Kerber, mother of t'liief Kn
Itineer II. l- Kerber, of the Scrantuii Kir,,
ileparimeiil. arrived home yesterday after
H visit dttrliiK the winter in California.
'William Sullivan, of Onpouse a-etitii.
Qhil .Miss Annex Hurke. of LIB Ninth
street, will be married on April 21 at 5 p.
n. In fit. Patrick's Catholic ehureh, West
J. Henry MeKinley, of New York, who
eaint the tenor solos at the production of
The .Messiah" last ninht at the Krothintt
hain, was accompanied to the city by hi
Wife, who Is a brilliant pianist.
Take llnrsford's AclJ Phosphate.
It preserves and renews the vitality,
trenKtheiis the nerves and stimulates
the stomach to healthy action.
O'l.Ol'OHM.V In Seranton, April 3, 1W
John O'Lonshlln, aiicd .12 years. Fu
neral on Wednesday niornlnj? at 8.::o
from resilience. J29 Knurl h street. Inter
ment In Hyde I'ark Catholic cemetery.
J.YONS At her hesldence, 319 Fifth
(itreet, April 5, Mrs. Thomas Lyons,
.ased 68 years. Funeral Wednesdav
.morning at 7 o'clock, when services will
lie held over the remains in St. Peter's
i-athedral. Interment In Hvde Park
WE ARE SHOWING
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The Best Styles ever offered In
- Lace and Button and all the
best colors for Ladies. Miauaa
. Aro the new things. You
; should see them be) tore pur
LOOK IN OUR SHOW WINDOWS-
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; 410 Spruce Street
CITY TEACHERS GATHER
Institute Began Yesterday After
noon in tbe Y. . C. A. Hall.
SUIT. SCHAEITCK t'KESEXT
Two Ad Jrcsc by llemi of the State Pub
lic Sehuuls -Large Enrollment of
Teachers - lrci J.-at Mitc'.ull.
r tlu School UunrJ. Talks.
Tlie th'nl an:iau'. iiS'itute -f Scran
It'.. . v IC'lCl. I." Ufo-lH ,il m
''i l h I; votvr iav r.ft-i-noo:i in the
You nit Men's Christian Association hall
an.l will lie continued each morning and
afternoon during the week until Friday
nonn. Fur tho institute proper there
hr.ve been encased nn unusually com
petent corps of Instructors for nearly
every branch of common school educa
tion, ami soverul of the most prominent
ones will deliver addresses during the
Yesti rday afternoon there were but
one or tv.ii absentees from anions tho
many city teachers. The teachers
thenmi Ives occu.'iinl iilmost every sent
In the three sections forming the main
auditorium, while tho spnee buck of tho
iiislo seated comfortably the spectators.
To the tiroceediims were attached an
initial liucicFt nnd enthusiasm which
betokens the rreut success and influ
ence for whic 1 tbe sessions are intend
ed. Addresses were (riven by Miss A.
J. McMollan. of the I Uoomsburpr State
Norma! school on synthetic rending;
I'resklent Out-Re .liti hell, of the Scran
ton board of control, nnd N. (.'. Schnef
fer. state superintendent of public
schools, whose sulij.-ct was "I'estaloz
xi." the Ki'eat Swedish Instructor. In
the eveiiinii Siimrlnteiident Sidmefrer
was to riven a lecture on "Wish
Schools." but the rain and snow ptr
'm It tod the attendance, of but a small
number and the lecture was postponed.
The institute v.ns op-r-d by prnyr
by Hev. Dr. -Moffatt. of the Vv'nshbtirn
Street Presbyterian church.nfter which
a chorus of .Mi i Mldien under the lead
ership of lliister Kddle Pavis. of llolle
vi:i , santr several selections The simr
liifi whs to a pin mi nccoiiipnnlment by
Miss Mary Harris.
OPKNlNt! OF INSTITl'TK.
Sinn riiitciulent i f City Sehools How
ell, occupied litil a bilef period III his
address, foiniiilly openiiiir the iustitutu
Hlld elleouraglllK the tea. belli to prolit
by it. That the event might be more
than passing successful he ured their
lienrty co-operation and personal inter
est in the pvncecilln.'SH The teachers'
work, he said, is elevatintr nnd siut.uests
oitK'llilPr.T hlalirr than ;be mere tact
o! salary iiHikini;. The iniruction und
Hiii'lance of children utii! the younif Is
a duty of more than m&lcr.al inspira
tion. The i nllina is one. he said, wbb.h
sURsests the tint ti that the klmr should
tit the crown ralhi thuu the cicwn lit
Miss MrMollen'M tall: on synthetic
reudins was. one of peculiar interest In
that It served to lnip:vs tho need of
rending as an art und of proper pro
nouiiciatlon. She exiu i iinentcd with
the uildienc. she assuming tho ollice
of teacher and the teacher.-- forming a
supposed class. In the articulation of
vowel sounds, tho pronounelation and
use of diphthongs and double cons in
itnta anil of yMven words she showed in
a praitical manner that mistakes are
common among matured persons and
In i (itiseiUetice more care Fhould be cx
eicised in properly untiling the young
whose minds and habit foreshadow
later years. That "the boy is futher to
tlie man" she emphasized".
Then took place the enrollment which
was :erformtd in a new way. The
three sections of the auditorium were
desl-fnateil sections A, 1! nnd ( re
spectively, tit'.d each teacher wrote up
on a card the section nnd number of the
s.-at occupied. The cards were collect
ed Mid registered and the teachers In
structed to occupy the same seats dur
ing each session.
I'lof. C. 15. Herman conducted a 15
ininute period of singing.
PKESIDKNT MITCHELL'S AHDUF.S3
1-resldetit Mitchell In a measure les
sened the attention to whnt he snid was
his inability Ui nial;-1 a speech by say
ing he was tit ease In the school board
but lost cDiiliileic-e when he found him
self before an audience of such femin
ine beauty. He referred to the large
sums of money nnd at'cntlon bestowed
by the boatd in giving the city an array
of modern school buildings which
would compete favorably with those of
any relative city In the country. In
this policy the teachers had not been
forgotten and their needs wet; fully
known to the board. Tho board hud
raised the teachers' staialhid but had
not increased salaries. He believed
that the salary nticMion would sown be
favorubly considered, (applaiis").
Superintendent Hchaefl'er's address
on IVstaloxKi could not have been
other than an Incentive to the audience
to ri'cogiiiK" the real elevation of Its
culling. In a vry pathetic way he
btoitght out Hie creat suffering nnd
seli'-deninl of the almost immortal
Swede in becoming poverty-stricken in
order to continue his school of practical
insttuctlon, the vulitu of which was
not unpreciated until after the great
pedagogue's death. The closing year
of the American revolution, he said, did
not create a greater sensation than did
I'estalozzl's work on "Domestic Edu
cation." . THE EVENING LECTURE.
Superintendent Schueffer'a eWnlng
lecture on "High Schools" was to have
lagun at ft o'clock but at that hour only
a small number of teachers were pres
ent, owing to the rain and snow storm,
and after a quartette, led by Professor
Jones, had sung a selection City Super
intendent Howell announced that the
lecture would not be given. Today's
progrummc is as follows:
TfKSlUY-K A. M.
"Froebel and His Theory of Education,"
"Practical Composition".... U. S. Klchard
"Parking Methods" H. C. Shafer
Phcnics" Miss Me.Mollan
"The lioy Before Going to School."
Mrs. I.. M. Gates
"The Hoy In School" Prof. Phillips
"The Boy Out of School". .Judge Kdwards
2 P. M.
"Geography's Dry Hones Removed,"
Messrs, Hawker and llurdlck
"Greek Statuary" Miss Kunklc
"Beautiful Pennsylvania" (Illustrated),
FOR CHARITY'S SAKE.
Fair Given by Klcvon Young Girls
Secured The in SI 04. 50.
Eleven young girls gave a charity
fair yesterday afternoon nt the honie of
Mrs. Anna It. Moffatt, :Wi Qulncy' ave
nue. and realized $104.5(1 from the sale
of fancy articles and household uten
sils. Last year the same girls secured
by this means $54. They have not de
cided what disposition to make of tlie
Those who conducted the fair wore
Eleanor Moffatt. Katie Steele, Anna
McAnulty, May Hlanchnrd. Jenne Dim
mlck, Huth Archbald, Margaretta Be
lin, Ethel Clark, Alice Knapp and Dor
THE SI'IDliR AM) FLY.
It Is tho Attraction That Now Holds the
Hoards nt Davis.
"Spider and Fv." a show with fem
inine forms and fantastic action, played
nt Davis' theuter yesterday. It Is a
high-priced attraction and the audience
filled the auditorium and In the gallery
a great crowd applauded the funny
work of the clowns. A dojien womnn
nnd a half dozen clever men make up
the company. The fabric of a plot Is
sacrificed to enhance the amusing,
nonsensical features and the whole per
formance Is light and airy.
Teu glrla, dn . a pretty sailor's dance
In the first part of the show. Tlw cos
tuming is pretty and the movements
evidence much rehearsal. The show is
seasoned with a number of specialities.
Two black-faeed comedians Introduce a
number of new Jokes In their dialogue.
James Oaylor contributes greatly to
ward the fun making and. Master An
drew liyrne plays a violin In an Inter
esting way. Then there is a great bi
cycle act by Kramer and linmzu, and
Aino makes much of a laughable and
dlHlcuit bar act. The clowns, Jordan
and Williamson are funny. Mario
iifirtlctt sings two of Yvette llullbert's
songs. The performance closes with a
fine tableau. The show will close
AN ASTROLOGICAL VIKW.
What Is Shown br the llnroscopo of Mr
An astrological view of the future of
Mayor ilulley's administration, which
began yesterday may be of Interest to
believt'rs and unbelievers In the science
of the undents who sought to peer Into
Judged by the stars the prostiect be
fore the new mayor Is anything but en
couraging. At the hour of noon yes
terday we find the sign of l.eo rising in
the east with nn plaint in the useend
aut. The sun is in favorable aspect In
midlieaven. but the other planetary
conditions are more or less evil. The
benign Inlluence of Jupiter Is weakened
by Its position in tlie twelfth house
In the sign of Cancer. Saturn and
Herschal. in conjunction In the fourth
house, indicate that much trouble and
many perplexing questions will con
front the new executive. In the horo
scope of the hour of Mayor llalley's In
troduction to ollice we also tind Jupiter
In opposition to the moon. Mais In
conjunction with the moon, and Mer
cury Sesquiiiuadrate to Saturn, all of
which are most evil aspects. The posi
tion of the Sun would show that Mayor
Pailey will, without doubt serve out
his term of ofilce, but stormy times nnd
much dissatisfaction will prevail dur
ing his term.
Mayor Halley was born under tho
sign of Taurus with Moon In Virgo.
He belongs to the class that make very
high attainments of a business charac
ter, nnd !sissess acute judgment. They
aw wholly men of the age in which
they live, and are well adapted to all
branches of a successful business life.
Mr. Pulley's horoscope Indicates that
ho is a man of line Intuitions and dis
ci Inilnntive nowers nnd an admirer of
literary tah-nt and also that he has
political ambitions, owing to planet
ary Inlluence, however, he lacks the
independence of character and force In
carrying out his ends that are usually
found In' persotis born under Taurus.
Aside from this, he possesses the char
acteristics of a horn leader nnd should
be able to succeed In politics as In busi ness
J11NL KXA.UIXI.RS MKI2T.
Those to Whom Miner:. ' Certificates Were
(Jni rued Yesterday.
The board of examiners, consisting of
William P. lirilliths, of Taylor, Miles
(billions and William D. Morris, met at
the arbitration room of the court housa
yesterday and Issued miner' ccrtill
cutes to (he following:
Peter David, of Spencer's mine, Dun
niore; John Crmibosh, of Johnson's
mine, Creen nidge; Andrew Jacobs, of
Johnson's patch; John Longo, of Pecli
ville; Patrick Moran, of the Archbald
mines; Michael Pargiske, of I'riceburg;
John Willlanison.of the Manvllle mine;
Edward Manoski, of the Hampton
mines; Steve Trecomiski, of the Green
wood mines- Vincenzo Id Muro, of
Duiimore; Michael (.'aputo.of Imnmore;
Edward Donlan, of (Uyphnnt: Donato
Lam-one, of Duiimore; John Kloske, of
Seranton; James Hughes, of the Ox
ford shaft; Edward S. Jones, of the Ox
ford; and Uoese T. Lewis, of the same
An extra, assembly was given last night
In the Seranton Bicycle club house. Tho
attendance was smaller than usual owing
to the storm. Mrs. Henry llelln. Jr., Mrs.
A E. Hunt and Mrs. F. II. Jermyu were
the chaperons, and the committee in
charge of the affair was composed of
Misses Helin, Hum, Welles and Aren
bald. Those present were .Miss Bark- r.
of Chlcuoo; Miss Knowlt.in, of I-'re, ,;ioi I,
111.; Mi. i'oiir.-ir and .Mr. Loonils, of
Brooklyn, N. V.; II. .1. Fisher and T. '.
Peek, of New Hnveii; Mr. and Mr E. L.
Fuller: Mr. and .Mrs. A. H. Stonv, Mrs.
X. li. Poiiertson, .Misses Wlntoti, Augus
ta Ar. -ribald, Simpson, Jessie Couiven,
Mel.eod, Aiidf tsoa anil Clare Ucviiolds,
and .Messrs. Blair. A. G. Hunt, I.. LI.. W.
A., T. W. S.. T. H.. Mortimer and I-'. ('.
Fuller. Kven-lt Hunt, W. .1. Torrey, C, II.
Welles. Jr., I'. B. and Charles Bella. Lau
rie Bliss, .Merrill. Brooks, Frey and Wat
son. Excelsior hall, Wyoming avenue, was
tilled with young folks last night, the.-e
being many present from Plttstou. Arch
bale! and Carliondide ai the social given
under the aiupices c-f the S -ranton Clerks'
association. Lawn nee orchestra provid
ed excellent ilc.nee music and a thorough
ly enjoyable time wai spent. The asso.
edition is a branch of the Betall Clerks'
N.itlon-d Protective association, end it
Is atllliated with the American Federation
of Labor. The social was in charge vf
the following committees: Floor, Chas.
Nolan, John Webb, A. Arotison and Nel
sun Teets; door, Joseph Custard and Jo
seph Slonelield; reception, M. J. K. Levy,
Charles Nolan, A. Aronson, John Webb,
E. C. P.iaily, Joseph Custard, Herman
Levy, Julius Abrams and Nebion Teets.
Mr. Lc-vy, the chairman of the reception
committee, was master of ceremonies.
The reception to be tendered tonight by
the hoard of managers of the Young Wo
n's Christian association to the new
g"m-rul secretary, Mrs. Nellie A. Lnwry,
promises to be a most enjoyable affair.
Some of the members have already met
her In an Infoiinal way, and the favorable
Impression which she lias created speaks
well for the fuiiire of the association un
der her leadership. The opportunity to
be nM'orded tonight ought to be embraced
both because of lis social aspect and be
cause a large crowd of ladies ami gentle
men will express to Mts. Low ry as a
stranger among us the hearty interest
which the Seranton people feel In all that
concerns this work of which they are t-o
proud .It Is a matter of moment to the
whole city to have secured so talented a
trained worker, and especially so becaur-e
of tho long delay before such a one could
be found to take up her resilience among
us and to promote the highest Interests of
our young wonwn.
John lioyle O'lteilly council, Young
Men's Institute, conducted a social at
Slegel's academy last night at which the
members ami a large number of their
friends enjoyed themselves heartily. II
being the llrst opportunity after the sea
son of Lent to indulge in sncUtl pleasures
there was an attendance which left no
vacant tloor space. Miss Katie Sultry, of
Provld'-nee, was the pianist, and she fur
nished splendid music. The social was In
ch'urgo of James J. Scott, master of cere
monies, and committees comprising the
following gentlemen: Frank .McDonald,
M. T. How-ley, Frank Canavan. John Nal
lin, Ulchard Kennedy, John Tlrney, Ed
ward O'Donnell, John Bench, W. J. Me
Hale, Thomas Burns, ,1. F. Walsh, Tims.
How-ley, John Davis, John Burke, Joseph
Kelley. John Hurley, Matthew Snow, T.
P. LoftuH, Martin O'Mallcy, John Jh-ngnii.
Edward Morris, Edward O'Mallcy, James
Murphy, J. F. Trulror, J. F. Hoche, .lames
Gaynor. James McDonald, John Ulchard
son and W. F, McGec.
AVOID PNEUMONIA, diphtheria nnrj
typhoid fever, by keeping the blood purs,
the appetite good and the bodily health
vigorous by the use of Hood's Sarsa
parllla, HOOD'S PILLS have won high praise
for their prompt and efficient yet easy ac
tion. Plllsbury's Flour nil.;s have a capac
ity of 17.D00 barrels a Cay.
"How to Curo All Skin Diseases "
Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment."
No Internal medicine required. Cures
tetter. ecKema, itch, all eruptions on tho
face, hands, nose, etc., leaving the skin
clear, white and healthy. Its grcut
healing and curative powe.-s are pos
sessed by no other remedy. Ask your
drucelst Xor Swayne's Ointment"
Si-ranton Traction Company Agreed
4o Pay Him $3,000.
ANOTHER SLIT WAS UEGl'X
Thomas J. O'Mallcy of South Wyoming
Avenue, Is the Plaintiff anJ lie Asks
S-'O.OOO from tlia Traction Co.
North r.aj Slander Suit.
This Is the last week of common pleas
court. Judge Edwards is presiding in
the main court room and Judge Arch
buhl In No. S. The ejectment suit of
James M Everhart tiginst George V.
Ncsbltt und G. Mortimer Lewis, of
Willus-Barre. for thirty-six acres of
land In Uoaring Hrook township, which
was resumed in the court room of the
I'nited Slates building. The case will
go to the jury today.
There was another case on last week
which had not been llnlshed. It was
the tt-fspass suit of ('. S. Lnwry against
the Seranton Traction company for $L'"i.
Oii'i damages. Attotncy John P. Kelly
and-Joseph O'liilen representing the
plaintiff, and Attorney Mortice E. Hand,
the defendant, arrived Ht an agreement
on Saturday and a. verdict of $:!.ciki was
taken without proceeding with tlie case
any. further. Mr. Lowry was perman
ently injured In a street car accident
on the Providence line two years ago
and sustained a severe rupture. Be
fore the accident he was an ntdcbodled
man. but since he has not been able
to do much work and he also suffers
ANOTHER TRACTION' SI'lT.
As soon as the Lowry suit was dis
posed of another action for damages
against the Traction company was put
on trial before Judge Archbald in No.
2. Thomas J. O'Mallcy, of South Wyo
ming avenue, is the plaintiff and he is
represented by Attorneys John P.
Kelly, Joseph O llrleti and At. F. Sandu.
Attorney Horace E. Hand Is for the de
fendant. The amount of damages claimed is
Jju.iiim. The first amount unci! for wns
$10,000. but the attorneys for the plain
till' withdrew their dot !.i ration for this
nmount and substituted one doubling
it. Mr. O'MnlU-y Is u well known resi
dent of the South Side Ho was cm
ployed as engineer nt the South Steel
mill until two years ngo. During the
summer of 1S0I the mill was Idle aid
he went to work on the streets for the
Bin her Asphalt company. On June 27
of that yenr a Green Itldge car on
North Washington avenue near Larch
street, ran him down nnd rolled him
about 100 yards. He was Injured so
severely that his body was a mass of
Dr. John O'Malley, of Spruce street,
tho principal witness in the case for
the plaintiff, was on the stand when
court adjourned. He was called to
trial the injured mun and attended to
him. The doctor sold that tlie plain
tiff suffered from cor.ciisslon of tho
rpino, and lost about, forty pounds in
welpht. The injuries affected Hie ner
vous system to such extent that he is
changed from an easy-going, puollio
person to u very crabbed and morose
NORTH END SLANDER SCIT.
Only one case was tried before Judge
Edwards in the mail; court room. Enos
Flynn. the North End business man,
was pliilntiff and Mrs. Annie Barrle,
defendant. She was represented by
Attorney A. A. Cha.se, und Attorneys
Hulslander & Vosbutg appeared for the
plaintiff. It was an action for Jl.oon
damages for slander.
Mis. Barrio was charged with going
out on the public, highway before a
large number of people ami there mak
ing use of terms with rvCcrence to Mr.
Flynn'H honesty. She denied the ac
cusations and had two witnesses who
corroborated her, while the plaintiff's
side was equally strong with regard to
evidence that she used the languuge Im
puted to her. The jury retired at 3
o'clock and at adjournment had not
agreed upon a verdict.
"MeKetmu's Flirtation," will be seen
nt the Academy this evening. It Is a
fan e comedy and the cast Is made up
of some well-known artists, Including
Edgar Seidell, Kittle Hill, Forest Seu
bury, Ernest Conroy nnd several nioie
equally known farce comedy people,
il II I!
I le-Miica ur, iuju .ins. i.uss nyiai.
mere are In uie admirable southern
play, which will unquestionably hold
pleasurable attention nt the Academy
Wednesday evening, such excellent ar
tists as Mable Knowles, Catieton Macy,
John Woodward, Charles S. Abbe,
Cyril Young. West Caldwell, Lottie
Uiiscoe, William Hopper, E. K. Town- i
pciiu ami ,1, juill Miftll OIUCIS, W lloyc
names have always been associated
wi!h strictly high grade dramatic en
tertainments. Everything about Rice's "14n2."
which comes to the Academy next week
is said to be bright, new, sparkling, and
full of surprises. The piece will have
a splendid setting. Muny new faces
have been added to the cast, end will
be up-to-date In every respect. This
engagement Is limited to one night. No
doubt the Academy will bo crowded
while "1-192" remains with us.
i! ! !!
That the Hostonians will be greeted
with a crowded house at the Academy
on Saturday evening, Is best evidenced
NEW 'DRESS GOODS. I
by the large seat sale which prefaces
tlie engagement. The presentation of
that tuneful and delightful opera has
been eagerly looked tor. and the pre
sentation at this time will mark It as
the principsl musical event of the pea-son.
MER0L0 WAS .NOTIFIED.
Death Warrant UcccivcJ from the Stato
Sheriff F. 11. Cicmons received the
death warrant of Murderer Crezenzo
Miiclo yesterday from the governor
arid the prisoner was told of his fate.
The si eriff told Merolo that Tuesday,
I. 'ay L'ti, wns the date on which the
banning will take place, and the pris
oner it reived the Information without
the least show of ferling.
Requests for permission to be pres
ent at the execution have been mad? I y
the wholesale, but Sheriff demons Is
not disposed to gratify the curiosity of
the public. He believes that the exe
cution should not be an occasion ot
The hanging will not be done with a
llourlsh of trumpets, and the multi
tude expecting tickets of admission will
BOW LINK TOUUXAMKNT.
Scries of Gaines to lie Played by West
SIJc nnd Seranton Clubs.
On Thursday and Friday evenings of
this week a bowling tournament will
be held In this city between the Seran
ton and West Side How ling clubs. Much
Interest has been aroused among the
friends of the clubs nnd among their
members, au both feel confident of win
ning. Five ganu-s will be played Thursday
evening on Backus' alley, Washington
avenue, and live the following evening
on V. Warnke's alley, West. Side. The
club making the best score out of ten
games to lie declared the winners, and
are to be treated to a tlrst-class ban
quet by their defeated opponents.
The clubs are made up as follows:
Seranton. Westpfnhl. Whnrton, Smith,
Evans and Stone; West Side, Warlike,
Yoos. Alspnugli. Coons nnd Jamison.
Tho games will begin at 8.30 sharp each
Will be ready for
you in a few days.
Why let your home and bnnineiw h(i destroy
ed through strong drink or morphiao when
you can in cured in four wuoks at tho Kely
ItmtTtiitn. ?i!H Mnilison nvnue Scruuton, Pit.
The Cure Will Bear Investigation.
showing a large variety of Printed Warp
and Dresden Effects in
and Lustereens. Also all wool, 54-inch Illuminated Coverts
for two-piece Suits and Separate Skirts. Actual value, $1.
OUR PRICE, 69 CENTS.
415, 417 Lackawanna
EED li HI
K so, it woa't pay you to shop
around, buy odd pieces here and there,
foot up what you have paid and you
find it cost you more for a job lot than
you would have to pay us for a neat,
decorated, open stock pattern that you
can match at any time. You don't
have to buy the whole set at one time.
A few pieces now, a few pieces another
time and you have a complete set at
no extra cost Others find it pays ;
you will if you try it
Cut Glass, Silverware, Etc.
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
04 WY0A1INQ 1VEHUE.
Walk In and look around.
205 Wyoming Avenm
WITH SPRING ROLLERS
Any Color or '
Qaantity Yoa Ilcei
p. inm a CO.
123 Wyoming Ays.
Hr iajisj jtf fltti
An elegant assortment at prices that
are very low considering the quality,
make-up, etc., is bcini; shown at our
store. If you are thinking of buying
a Spring Suit cat 1 in and look at our
stock it will do you good, and us,
too, of course. We are almost sure
you will buy cannot resist.
OUR HAT AND
FURNISHING GOODS DEPT
Is replete with everything that ;s ne
and stylish; all the latest styles auJ
colors. Call in and be convinced.
Clothiers. HstleraSt Furnishers
THE BEST STOCK,
IN THE CITY . .
Also the Newest.
Also the Cheapest.
Also the Largest.
Prrc?lnin, Onyx, RtJ
Silver Novelties In Infinite Varbty.
Jewelry, Yatches, Diamoaii
fl. E. ROGERS,
'ewelerand , . ,
Wtcl.mak:r, 2li) I,HCfaT,7!nTU U
WORDS OF PRAISE
Reach us every day from cus
tomers. We suit them with
Clothing and Gents' Furnish
np;s. Their Clothes fit, are
veil made; they are satisfied.
The price is right and the
.tyles correct. These are
ome of the reasons they sinj
416 Lackawanna Avenue.
nnd your eyes will t:ilt
care of you. it you m
nr vrMin rvrts muwii ,v"" "chu-
llr YIiIjI'1 CirS ache or "rvoiiD
nnd have your eyes examined free. VV'm have
reduced p'rict-y mid nro tlie lowest in tile city.
Nickel upeet-ic ok from SI to gold from $1
to t'l. 4i3 Spruce Street, Seranton, Pa.