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THE ECRANTON TBIBUNTS FKIDAY MOBNINU. OCTOBER 2a. 1S9S.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Mist Katherine Davis Married (o
Alexander Bender by Rev. J. P.
Moffatt at Her Home.
Alexander Bender and Miss Kather
ine Davis were wedded at mum yester
day at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Davis, of Wash
burn stU'et. Only a few relatives and
friends Tvere present. The ollirlatins
(clergyman was Hi v. J. I'. Moffatt, pas
tor of the Washburn Street Presby
After the worthing ceremony, which
was simply conducted and without any
attendants to bride and groom, dinner
was served. II r. and Mrs. Hender left
in the afternoon for a weddime tour.
They will, on return, reside on Sumner
avenue. Mr. Mender has the best
wishes of his friends, and they are
many. His bride is a charming young
NEW ENGLAND Rl'PPEH. '
At the harvest home fair at the
Washburn Street Presbyterian church
lust eveninK u New Kntfliiiul supper
was served between the hours of t and
8 o'clock. Mrs. Marion Parker Is In
charge of the host of ladles, who have
the matter in chnnre. After the sup
per the fancy booths and the uleoves
where useful articles were sold, re
ceived attention. Presiding over the
Vegetable booth Mrs. "W. II. Tru
man, chairman; Mrs. K. If. Clark. Mrs.
K. C. Post, Mrs. Decker, Mrs. I'lorey,
Mrs. A. M. Morse, Mrs. S. W. iteyiteilil.
Fancy booth Mrs. (Jeorge Zerf:iss,
Mrs. T. 1.. I .lice, Mrs. O. Eshleman,
Mrs. Sarah Williams.
Aprons Mrs. William 11. Hull.
Quilts and Comfortables Sirs. Dr.
Davis and Mrs. Itarrowman.
Confectionery Miss Harris. Miss
Cntherine Hnrrowmnn, Miss Potts. Mrs.
It. W. Walker, jr., Mrs. David Davis,
Miss Anna Ansley, Miss Mary K. Wil
liams, Miss Porter.
Table No. 1 Mis. George W. Jenkins,
Mrs. Chase, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. P. M.
Table No. 2 Mrs. P.bldry. Mrs.
George Chase, Mrs. Duncklee, Miss May
Table No. 3 Mrs. Henry Morse, Mrs.
Vlponrt, Mrs. Dr. A. A. I.liulubuiy.
Table No. 4 Mrs. It. W. Walker, sr.,
Mrs. S. XT. Reynolds. Mrs. K. .1. Wil
liams, Mrs. George W. Phillips. Mrs. C.
A. Purr, Mrs. Dr. George H. Reynolds.
Table No. f. Miss T.izzio Mumford.
Miss Faxe. Miss 'Ida Waters, Miss
Stevens and Miss Tiumbnlcl.
The fair closed last evening.
CHOIR WILL ENTERTAIN.
The choir of the Plymouth Congro-
gationnl church will this evening give
an entertainment in the church. The
programme is as follows:
Chorus. "The Lord Is Great" Choir
Piano Solo .Miss S;uli KilwanM
Soprano solo .Miss Vunnle Williams
I.lllle and lironwon Jo.-;h
Rurltone solo Daniel Thomas
Chorus. "The Kinllant Morn" Choir
ItocltHiInn, selected Charles Cadwgan
I.lllle and lironwen Joseph and William
Tenor solo."Txive,s Proving". D. K. Hughes
Quartet, "Little I!o l'een,"
The Mlses Joseph
Male chorus. "Little Mountain Church."
"Good Night, lleloved" Choir
Conductor K. K. Kvans
Aecompani.it .Miss Winnie Stephens
Cake, cream, etc., will be served.
ONE MORE HELPER.
" Another' new Republican club Is In
the West Sidtufiold. It is called the Me
Kinley Sound Money club. It Is com
posed chlelly of voters from the Fifth
wnrd. A meeting was held last night
at which business was transacted. The
French Roof hall Is the present head
quarters. George W. Evans was elect
ed president. Rlchnrd Morgan, vice
president; William Gleason. secretary;
and Henry Evans, treasurer. John
Marehant, Samuel Harris and Chester
Cammer compose the committee on
equipment. The club Invites all Re
publicans to Join.
Robert Morris Lodge of Ivorltes will
hold their second eisteddfod on March
7. Arrangements are already being
made. A meeting will be held tonight
at which a committee on the eistedd
fod will report. After the business ses
sion an entertainment will be held.
Howell Harris will deliver nn address
on "Politics and Politicul Theories."
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
The misses Margaret King and H.
Norton are visiting In Pittsburg.
Miss Jennie Griliiths bus returned to
Dnlton after a visit here.
Mrs. Ira Tripp, of North Main ave
nue, will leave in a few days to spend
the winter at Los Angeles, Cal.
The Welsh Philosophical society will
meet tomorrow nljjht.
Ambrose, 6-year-old son of Frank J.
Johnson, of North Rebecca avenue, was
THESE CHILLY AUTUMN
i FOR II
We place ourselves in your way
and want your next clothing pur
chase, especially if you want good
clothing, with style and character,
and at a very moderate price.
If the clothing we furnish you is
not as you want it in every particu
lar, return and get your money.
(tiara Dealing Clothiers,
of lb? Stibtirbs.
bitten by a dog Wednesday. Dr. Car
roll dressed the wound.
Miss Elizabeth Mann, of Altoona. has
returned home from a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Acker, of South Main
The West Side Hosltnl association
has received checks from Reese G.
Brooks and Colonel Ezra H. Ripple;
one for J100, the other for $23.
The funeral of the late Miss Martha
Matthews will take place today. In
terment will be made at Pittston,
where the deceased formerly resided.
"Dutch George" was sent to the Hill
side home yesterday.
The funeral of the late James W.
James will take place this afternoon
nt 2.K0 o'clock. Services will be held in
the Jackson Street Unptlst church and
interment will be made in Washburn
(itret cemetery. .
Mrs. Kvans. of I.ansford, spent yes
terday with Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Har
ris, of South Main avenue.
Miss Jennie Howell, of Scranton
street, entertained with a tea yester
1). M. Jones, ex-Postmaster, who has
been seriously ill nt his home on South
Main avenue, was in a very encourag
ing condition yesterday.
Mis. P. K. Struppler, of South Main
avenue, roturney yesterday from a vla
ii nt (lerninntown. t
Keystone lodge. No. 37, Loyal Knights
of America, held nn important business
session last evening. Arrangements
worn completed for the reception of tli
members of llartranft lodge, who re
cently amalgamated with the Keystone
boys. , ,
St. lirenden Councils' Literary circle
met last evening. An Interesting pro
gramme was carried out.
West Side Itiisiness Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVIS. FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
101 South Main avenue; two door from
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything you have to fell. Furniture.
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 709 West Lack
Vrvvth End voters should not
ntteml the Republican rally to he held
this evening in Company H armory.
Among the prominent speakers who
will be oreseiit are: Hon. Marriott
Drosius, if Lancaster; Attorney Homer
Green, of Ilonesdule, und Attorney W.
The funeral of the late William
P.urke, who died Tuesday morning at
his home on Wayne avenue, will take
place this morning. A high mass of
requiem will be celebrated at Holy
Ruwiry church and interment will be
made In Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery. .Mrs. M. J. Gerrity, of Wayne avenue,
Is dangerously 111.
A parte of Indies, consisting ot Sirs.
William Field, Mrs. H. 11. McKeelian.
Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Iluicher and Mrs.
Hiphlleld, spent yesterday ut Lake
The Kpworth League of the Metho
dist Episcopal church'held an Import
ant business meeting last evening, in
th; church parlors. A short programme
of music and recitations was carried
out, after which a social was given.
The funeral of an Infant child of
Patrick Rowland, of West .Market
street, who died a fuv days ago. took
place yesterday afternoon, interment
w as made in Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery. Robert Ruins, of William street, was
painfully Injured yesterday in the Leg
gett's Creek shaft. He was employed
as a driver, and was unhitching a
mule from a. trip of cars, when Ije wan
(aught between the curs and badly
The North Christian Endeavor choir
met for rehearsal last evening in the
OBINSKI KNOCKED DOWN.
Iligliunviurn Tried to 'l ake n Basket
Away from Ilim.
About 2 o'clock yesterday morning
as. Olllcer Duggnn was on patrol duty
near the Ward farm house on Capouse
avenue he discovered two men scuilling.
Hastening to the snot he saw one of
the men fall to the ground while the
other one ran away, carrying a basket
on his arm. Duggan gave chase and
the unknown man ran like a deer in
the direction of Washington avenue. He
dropped the basket when a few rods
away and soon disappeared.
The man who had ' been assaulted
proved to be Paul Olilnskl, an employe
of the Kreusernian Iron Fence com
pany, and the basket dropped by the
assailant was the property of oblnski.
The unknown man attacked Oblnski
and tried to get the basket, which con
tained fruit, away from him. During
the struggle Oblnski was knocked
down and was in a dazed condition
when rescued by the otllcer.
The King of
Pills Iz Beecham's.-
Try Jordan's one-half minute stews.
DAYS MUST BE A
Kaitars a.iJ fwtototi
. SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Address of Sapl. Gcorie Howell Befo.e
the Y. W. C. A.-Johi H.
Those who were so fortunate as to
attend the association rally at the
rooms of the Young Women's Chris
tian association on Cedar avenue, last
night, were treated to a tine programme
of musical and literary numbers. The
address (if Superintendent George
Howell, of the Scranton schools on "The
Dcnetits of Education" was a rure
treat. He said in part:
We Fcmctimes talk about self.made men.
men who have been the urehiteets of their
own education and fortune. Hut every
man who is a loan, is self-made. Our
annul elt.-tlny is just what we make il.
Nothing can take the place of personal
effort. If all the means and methods of
e. hi ration, and all the great teachers were
IuoiikM together and made to bring their
work to bear u:o:i a boy or girl, -ail they
could do would be to furnish the oppor
tunities of Inoiroveineiit. Nothing but a
miracle ean teach u boy or girl anything
in i? pendi Mly of his or her own exertion.
We are Intellectually the making of our
selves. When Plato defined education as
SVlf-aetlvity he gave the world a defini
tion that philosophers eonlil not criticise,
that teachers coulij not reject.
This is such an extremely practical age
that many people are led to believe that
our schools can give a boy or girl u pi i -Heal
education, one. that exclii les theory.
Hut our schools ean not do Oils. First,
practice must originate In theory, our
Intelligent acts are directed by premedi
tation. Practice not founded on theory is
ull chance. No business man would make
a venture without a credible theory. Tins
mechnnlc who Invents a valuable machine
must have a plan orstheory. He can not
make an engine by working at random or
trusting to the doctrine of chance. Co
pernicus, who established the correct
theory of the prevent solar system mid
overthrew the nld'l'tolcmalc system, had
his theory. Columbus had his theory for
western land; Franklin for lightning;
Stcphi-liFon for (tie locomotive and Whit
ney for the cotton-gin.
Every great social and economic reform
hail Its Inception In theory. '
A practical education without good the
ory Is Just as Impossible as colored flow
ers without sunshine ami lust us useless
us an automaton In a foot bull game.
Wo underestimate the value of HxeM
standards of excellence. Before the art
ist puts upon canvas the f.iee of the
mother he must have In mind Die form and
linage which his brush must paint. lie
fore the sculptor carves from the Inani
mate marble a lifelike statue he must have
his moded. And the man or woman who
expects to carve out u good character in
history without a moiled, will, in old age
Unci himself or herself, like a storm tossed
mariner without compute and with no
port In sight.
Keep be fore you the forms and faces of
me n and women who have served the
peooli well und you will kindle the heart
ith Maine of Inspiration, a burning zeal
of enthusiasm that can never die.
Ft'NERAL OF JOHN H. SENKER.
A large concourse of peopl-s attended
the funeral of John H. Senker yes
terday morning. The remains were ar
ranged on a couch In the front parlor
of his mother's home, 612 Stone ave
nue, and were almost hidden under a
profusion of wreath of (lowers bestowed
by friends. The manner in which the
remains reposed for view wus sug
gested by Mrs. Margaret Sporr, of
Meadvllle, ait. aunt of the deceased.
The; young man looked to be only
John Hovle O'Reilly Council, Young
Men's Institute, attended the funeral
In a body nnd the pull and flower bear
ers were selected from It. The former
were Edward Morris. John ltrogan,
Frank McDonald. W. S. MeOoe, SI. F.
llrown and James Hayes. The latter
were George McMullen and Thomas
Hayes. The council sent a large floral
piece. A high mnss of requiem was cel
ebrated In St. Mary's German church
by Rev. George J. Stooper and inter
ment was made In the Twentieth ward
Michael Cannon cA'ebrnted his re
lease from the county Jail by sending
a stone throu'.'h one of the front win
dows of Melvln's hotel on Cedar ave
nue. Constable Wool Iters Is after him.
Miss Ka'.hryne McDonald, of Wilkes
llarre, is the cucst of South Side
The Silver Mill Social club will hold
its first annual bull at Uermania hall.
South Side, on Christmas eve.
A "hit and miss" social will be held
at the home of Miss Surah Hughes, of
Blakoly street, this evening. The so
cial is to be given under the auspices
of the Young People's society of the
Dudley street church, the members of
which extend a cordial invitation to
Harry E. Spencer will open a meat
department In the store of Harber eft
Stevens, formerly occupied by Pulmer
llrothers, situated at the corners.
Edward McGuire is very ill at his
home on Sport Hill.
Miss Diana Capwell is slightly indis
posed nt her home on Cherry street.
The election of ofllcers for the Chris
tian Endeavor society of the Adams
Avenue Presbyterian church, has been
postponed from lis regular time to
Tuesday evenlnir, Oct. 7. Election to
take place at the home of the pastor,
Rev. John A. Dunn, of Marion street.
The Improved Order of Heptasophs
are making great preparations for a
grand entertainment, which is to be
given on the evening of Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Mnnley, of Chest
nut street, have returned home from
New York. ,
Miss Louise T.utz, of Drinker street,
hns accepted a position in Gerson's
millinery stm-e, Scranton.
The Italian societies of this borough
held a parade last night, headed by
the band of Roma, after which they
held a grand ball In Hurschell's hall.
Ralph Wat rous was declared winner
in the recent shootins match, held In
Spencer's range. lie scored 74 out of a
possible 7ii, the distance being 200 yards.
Mrs. Hayes, of Hrooklyn, N. Y., Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spencer,
of East Drinker Rtreet.
The school board expects to visit all
the schools In the borough next Tues
dny to And means for accommodating
the overcrowded condition of the
schools at present.
William lixemeader.ru Drinker street,
is able to be out again after a three
William Connolly is suffering from a
badly, lncerntpd hand, the result of an
accident while nt his employment In
the planing mill owned by George Bing
ham. The P.ryan nnd Sewnll club met In
Holnnel's hall last night, nnd listened to
addresses made by Attorneys P. .P.
Replogle, John J. Murphy anil John P.
A Repuhllenn rallv will be held In
the Odd Fellows' hall tonight. Ad
dresses will be made bv H. F. Hughes,
of Philadelphia. R. A. Zimmerman, and
E. H. Shurtleff, esq.
RECEPTION TO THE WHITE CAPS.
Took Plnce I.nst Night in Pcnn Avc
ntic Bnplisl fhnrcli.
In the lecture room of the Penn Ave
nue Rapt hit church lust night the mem
bers of the general reception commit
tee, which did such efliclcnt service at
the recent Christian Endeavor state
convention, were tendered a reception
by the Endeavor society of the Penn
avenue church. It was an Informal af
fair and was much enjoyed.
Short addresses were made by the
captains and lieutenants and also by
several members of the committee of
'KB. Before the reception terminated
refreshments were served. The .mem
bers of the reception cominiu wore
the white raps and badges which dis
tinguished them during the days of the
Last night's reception was the first of
a series of similar events which will
be given by the different Christian En
deavor societies of the city.
MINER LOSES A LEO.
Fell Ucneath n Trip of Loaded Cars
in ltnpid Motiou.
John Chunchkl. an Austrian mlnir.
was brought down from Throop (o the
Lackawanna hospital y?sterday with
his right leg so badly crushed that It
hud to be amputated.
He jumped from a trip of loaded
cars while they were In rapid motion
and stumbling over some obstruction
fell beneath the wheels.
DONATION DAY AT HOME.
Those Who Remembered That Worthy
Institution with Their Offerings Yes
terdayMany Cash Donations.
Yesterday was donation day at tne
Home for the Friendless and that wor
thy Institution was remembered dur
ing the day by the. following:
Mrs. Ko?nnnu Trlpi
W. H. Gear hurt
Mrs. l. K. Taylor
Miss Anna K. Sanderson f.
.Mrs. Katherine X. S.-iunton ...
It. M. Winton -.
Mrs. W. D. Kennedy
Dr. N. V. l.eet
John J. Gormiin
Mrs. W. W. Watson
Mrs. Conrad Sehioeder
A. II. Vnnclllng
Airs. Kate Price
Mrs. A. K. Hunt
Mrs. W. I). Ku.-sel!
.Mrs. J. A. Robertson
.Mrs. William .Miitthews
I Mrs. C. S. Wool worth
.Mrs. J. li. Kurd hum
Mrs. H. 1'. Kingsbury
.Mrs. W. I-'. Klesel
C. P. J.-iilwin
Mrs. G. l,. Hick-con
Mrs. Gooilhmiel Clark
Mrs. C. It. Sc-ott
Mrs. I.. .M. .Marvlne
C. II. Welles
Mrs. C. i. Simpson
.Mrs. C. K. Kobinsnii
-Mrs. I.uther KelK-r
Mrs. Jeilm Morris
.Mrs. F. H. Gerloek
Mrs. U. Howell
Mrs. I'ultiskl Carter
Mrs. II. W. I. lice
Mrs. Cora Mi irlfield
Mrs. I'runk Bediroeder
Mrs. I'Uillp Sehnell
Mrs. ,1. It. Cohen ,
Mrs. A. Ileiiilrb-k ,
Mrs. William Sullivan ,
.Mrs. G.Jorge Hib-kens ,
Mrs. Wllliiim Illume
, 2 mi
D. Neiiffer, three
Mrs. Joseph Ansley .
Dry llooils, Etc. C
boxes of hoys' caps
.vi rs. i. k. T.iy
lor. candy; .Mrs. W. F. Halltitead, piece of
muslin; .Mrs. N. V. I.eet, case of corn, eae
of tomuto.s; Goldsmith Urns., shoe's; Mrs.
H. W. Archbald. shoes: .Mrs. J. T. Rey
nolds, towels: Mrs. William Illume, cloth
ing; Mrs. S. W. Edgnr, pair pillows; .Mrs.
Joseph Ansley, jr., clothing; Mrs. Levi
Harringic:n, twenty-one yards of carpel;
P. 1!. I-'inley. piece of flannel; MIms Den.
man, clothing; Kinerson Hose, books; Mrs.
C. C. IJuse. clothing: Mrs. JoHt-ph Ober,
clothing; Dr. und .Mrs. O. W. Roberts,
piece of muslin; Mrs. II. H. Crane, cloth
ing: King's Daughters Elm Park church,
b(el linen: Mrs. Sumes, clothing; Mrs. K.
F. Chiimliirlnln, clothing; Mrs. R. H.
Willlums, towels, stockings, etc.; Mcars
& Hagen. under garments; Mrs. Thomas
Moore, piece or gingham; Mrs. B. M.
Winton, cunt nnd hnt.
Provisions. Etc-. Clarke Store company,
cases of salmon, tomatoes, fruit, crackers
noil soap: lieizel Collins. Imrrel of
crackers; Mrs. I). I.nngstaff, box of soap;
Mm. G. V. Ilushnell, sugar and tea; Mrs.
Simon Rice, apples; Mrs. H. II. Crane,
canned fruit n ml soap; 'Mrs. W. 8. Con
ta.l. meat: Mrs. II. II. Ware, canned to
matoes; Storr tk Conrad, half cioz-n
brooms; J. I,. Stelle. three dozen cans of
vegetables, box of soup; nine & Swavze,
vegetables: Mrs.-J. D. SheivY, ense of to
matoes; Mrs. Henry Hc-lln, tub of butter;
Mrs. John llrown. pickles ami Jellies; Mrs.
W. Mcl'lave, fruit und jelly; Mrs. Montrose-
liarnai'il, potatoes; Kverttt Hros.,
sugar and ont flakes: Mrs. H. S. Moffat,
box of soap; Mrs. C. H. Penman, $:) worth
of suuar: barrels of flour from Mrs. R. G.
Urooks. William H. Netiffcr, W. W. Wat
son. C. p. Matthews. Mrs. Henry I'.e'.ln.
Mrs. C. 8. Weston nnd Mrs. E, H. Rtpnle;
Walter Matthews, two barrels of apples;
Wlllard Matthews, PiO pounds of buck
wheat Hour; D. l. Evans, ense of corn:
.Mrs. F. W. Mason, one case of corn
stnrch. catsup and pickles; Mrs. Henilrick,
rolls and enke; Mrs. Watson, canned fruit
and pickles; Mrs. IVttlgrew. preserves;
Mrs. R. II, Williams, potatoes, soap nnd
fruit: Mrs. Han ford Rnlsley, vegetables;
.Mr. Henshaw, apples: Muyor Halley, ease
of tomatoes; Mrs. John Genler, case of
noodles; Mrs. A. It. Stelle, box of soap;
Mrs. Joseph Curter, eggs anil honey; H.
II. Frear, box of soap; Rev. Richard 111
WANTEDT0 BURN HIM.
Negroes in a Florida Mill Attack the
ManagerHs Kills Two and Wounds
Others In Defending Himself.
Chipley, Fla., Oct. 22. Uesiegcd by
Infuriated negroes, J. M. Crlghir, man
ager of Hanerman's lumber mills at
Hager Station, four miles west of here,
defended himself with such effect that
he killed two of his assailants and
wounded four others. Crlglar became
engaged in a quarrel with one of his
employes, and the other negroes drew
pistols and began firing at the man
ager. Crlglar rati to his olllee, locked
himself In and opened fire with a Win
chester on the maddened negroes who
surrounded the building. For nn hour
the battle continued, and when the
Louisville and Nashville train arrived
at the station the negroes were prepare
lug to set fire to the building and cre
mate Crlglar. The train crew nnd pas
sengers, however, rushed to Criglar's
aid and dispersed the negroes.
The negroes had fired over 200 bullets
In the buildings, hut Crlglnr escaped by
lyinsr on the tloor. As scam ns the ne
groes tired a volley, however, he would
rise and shoot at them through the
windows. The negroes killed are Amos
Judson and John . Alexander. The
wounded are Henry Simpson. Jack No
bles. Andrew Miller und Albert Lister.
Simpson and Lister ore thought to be
DIRECT FROM THE ORIENT.
Choice Importation of Rugs.
Among which are -liokhara, Mcccn,
Khiva and Daghastan to lie shown a
few days only. A rare opportunity for
Economy Furniture Co.,
225-227 Wyoming ave.
Gold Coming Our May.
New York. Oct. 22.-J. W. Sellgmnn &
Co. are advised by their San Francisco
uuents that they have-ethls day received
$2.:C.".IJIK) In gold from Australia and hnvo
ordered nn additional $2.;I7.'.ojki to arrive
about Nov. 111. The amount of gold re
eelveil, orciereel nnd now on the way from
Europe and Australia since Aug. 23 Inst
Is about fil.0J,uuO.
Jordan's b'kw't cakes, sausage 10c.
For Infants and Children.
lh fie- A
Or. Van Pelt's Alan.
f hlV cVic-tilnllM V.
font. in. cua triiibia urecuno
ctahle Oruilules cu-;i-
tiuii nrnl debility peculiarly inuld-mt to'
woman or tinner roiistittitiutii In Vouth alt: i
nil! a::o 'flier have no equal. 1 bo fncultv
ll..li..i.. .'I........ ... n .. rl It..., lluMti..CC..l.- 1
en'nr tree, tent ecuiely uriil'd. Juvenlaj
tout! (.0. , llfpt, o FrfiiD? tcnan Hldg. .N
AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
We cannot only boast of prices extraor
dinary low, but also for lit, quality, style,
cut and general appearance of every gar
ment. This Is nn entire new department
and is replete with all that Is new and up-to-date
lelen:i bought with great care from
manufacture! s of repute only, which
gives us the right to
TOP COATS of F.r.gMnh Covert Cloth. We
have a sperlal fine assortment of nobby
cut garments, well made and lined as
low as $10.ii(l; others up to t'.S.dU. This
department Is in charge of .Mr. D. R. Dtf
lany, formerly of Messrs. Jlartln & De
js.oci Hl'VS a fine ltlue or Mack Cheviot
Sack Suit, single or double breasted.
latest cut, property trimmed and lln
isned. guarnnleed absolutely fast color,
heller for $ln. and 1!.
get ITCH TWKKD Sl'lTS In Tlnlds and
Stripes. There is that smart tailor tone
In these suits coupled to ull that Is re
fined and rorreet III tone and the prices
ranse from J12.V9 to $18.00.
Manufacturers of tha Celebrated
iootooo Barrels per Annum
ON AXD AFTER PErT. 1ST, IBM, WE
will effer i,)l of the following wheels vro
may liavu iu stoi k nt Job! er'a Prices : Wolf
American, l ioree. Ivar-Julinson, Wavorlynnd
Fiathirstuno 1 Hie. This Is sa opportunity
to pet u i.ood wheel chcaji. We still have tho
famous "Crawfoid," n ivhcel that rutin ns
light nnd ropy unci went, equal to ony S'uO
machine on th n art ft. Couie nod luo nrunt
we cuu dj fur you iu our Hue.
L I PHll 321 ME
Ha Movtd t Hit Ntw Quarter
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on aldo next to Firat National
Bank. He uaa now In
Cornpriilng everything reqnlalte fer floe
Merchant Tailoring. And the aame can
be abown to advantage in bi apl.B
dialy fitted up rugae.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
U Bxtended to All Readers nt The Trlb.
ne to Cell on "OLD RELIABLE" In HI
New Bullae Home '
ON THE LINE OF THE
are located tho finest fishing and hunting
grounds in tho world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points In
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces.
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Beattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all tbrought trains. Tourist
cars fully ntted with beddlntr, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may bo hud with second-class tickets.
Rates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, eta,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, 0. E. A..
383 Broadway, New York.
CALL UP 3682i
HUNT & CONNELL CO
ClIW PACIFIC n
MSLOIT Gil SND MnNOfmDRlNG
OFFIOC AND WAREHOUSB.
Ml fO IS! MERIDIAN STREET.
. M.W. coiuns, llftuager
SPECIAL SALE OF '
ORIENTAL RUGS at CARPETS
124 Washington Avenue.
. BY MICHAELIAN BROS. A CO.
BAG.DAD PORTIERES AT $2,00
KARABAQH RUGS AT $3.00
- Fine Antique Rags at 25 per eent. leas than
usually sold. Beside we bare rewired on
euuaignmi nt a fine iotof Japanese ware which
we will sell at cost.
Wagner A Kel, Lessoeaand Manager.
John L. Kerr, Acting Manager.
FRIJ1Y EVENING, OCT. 23,
Miss ADA REHAN
Under the direction of Mr. Augustin Daly,
. in her world renuwuttd erection ot
KATHERINE. in Shakespeare's
T A Ml N Q THE SHREW
Mlas Reban will be supported by the faror
ite members of Mr. Dalv'e Company.
PRICES-aoc, 7gc, ioi, Si:so and Si. oo,
according to location, hide of seats oPili.
Wedneeday, Oct '21, at 9 a. m.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Friday and Saturday, Oct aj-aj.
On Pliday evening JAMK8 YOUNO will pre
sent with k-orRuous cenlo etnbelllsb-
On Hatnrday evening Mr. Yonng will be seoa
In thut rommtio and impressive comedy,
To be followed by the merry corned y.'f
"Katharine and Pe truces." "With mirth and
lauithter let Old Yt rlukiee coma. Mr. Young
is Miitod by Miss Rldt Louias Jobuson nn l a
company of competent and well chosen uiay
ere. Prlcee-Uallery Ita, balcony ib and Mc.
orobnatra circle 40c; parlor chairs and orches
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TUESDAY. OCTOBER j:
First time here of
Greatest Comedy Success
.MunnRrment of CHARLES FROll
MAN With a p!end1(J Cast and Elab
PRICES-Uallery. ici Balcony, a Rows,
fse; Balance, sact Orchestra Circle, aoc;
Orchestra, 75c; Parlor Chair, i. 00.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October
22, 23 end 24.
T, J. GRIMES'
Grand Spectacular Novelty,
A MAMMOTH PRODUCTION embrnclnT a
Wealth nt Matrnitinent Nci-ncry, Beautiful
Transformations, Dazzling C'oatumea, De
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances dally. Doors open at
1.J0 and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and $.15.
At 400 and 402 Lacka. Ave.
Combined with Prof Rorgor's Wonderful
AUTOMATIC EXPOSITION, for u few days
only. Ureateat, grandest, moat ingenious,
elaborate and scientific rolle'-tion of (cutomatio
works lu the world. C'rniplie-mlomi of ma
chinery, unparalleled monuments of uoniui.
skill and patience. Everybody ahould see
Admission to all. Including reserved seats
for ladies, ONLY 10 CENTS.
And You Will be Hap?,
The way to keep your home comforta
ble at this seas jn or the year
is to buy one of our
Gas or Oil Heaters
Just the thing for your dining
room in the morning, or your bath
room, and in fact any place you
wunt a little lieut without start
ing your furnace or boiler.
We have over 20 styles sizes of
fas heaters, and 10 or more of Oil
leaters. Without question the
best assortment in the city.
1.9 WfiSHINGTOJ mVil
HEART LAKE, SUSQ'A CO..
U. I CROFUT, PROPRIE.a.l
I D li
THIS HOUSE la strictly temperance, is
new and well furnished and (jPliNKD T(J
THE PUBLIC THIS YBAll RuUKD, Is
located midway between ttinghumton an.1
Scranton, on the Montrose and Lacka
wanna P.allroart, six miles from D., L. A
W. R. R. at Alford Station, and five miles
from Montrose; capacity eighty-five,
three minutes' walk from railroad station.
House situated 109 feet from the lake,
wide veranda extends the entire length
of tho house, which Is 100 feet.
Row Boats, FIshinK Tackle, Etc.
Free to Uuests.
Altitude about 2,000 foet, equalling In this
respect the Adirondack and Catsklll
Fine groves, plenty of shade nnd beaut!,
fill scenery, maklnn a Summer Resort un.
excelled In beauty nnd cheapness.
Dancing pavilion, swings, croquet
grounds, etc. COT.D SPRING WATER
AND PLENTY OF MIT.K.
Rstes $j to f to Per Week, fi.go Per Day.
Excursion tickets sold at all station oa
Porter meet all trains,