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THE SORANTON TRIBJJNE- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1900.
TIIH LAH'V UAMK of tlio Scrnntim
HIrIi School plevcn will bo played
tills nftoriioon nt Athletic tmrl,
when the font Vllltcs-Hnrro Ml?"
School team will oppose the local
wnrrlorn bold. The match promises to
Ibo welt contested and stubbornly
foiiRht, nnil a biff crowd otislit to be
present and cheer on the boys.
Tho local High School's lino-tip will
(be practically the same as In the other
Kanies It has played IhrotlRlumt the
Boason, and tho young men from down
the valley will also put their usual
tenm Into the field.
Yesterday afternoon the High School
Bcrtlb played and easily defeated the
Lackawanna eleven by an 18-0 score.
Williams, the fast young High School
halfback, made all three touchdowns,
and O'ltellly kicked the goals. Grimes
played Lackawanna's best game.
One of tho features of the Individual
(Work of tho foot ball players of this
peason has been tho punting) and drop
Woking of Mntthewson, of Hucknelt.
Ho has not participated in a game In
ttliloh his mnrvellous kicking has not
Materially (Influenced the score. Last
Saturday ho drop-kicked a field goat
from the Id-yard line against the fast
West Point Cadets, lie Ik probably the
best kicker on the college gridiron to
Idny and It seems a pity that he does
Hot attend some university where lie
would lie more prominently brought
before the football populace.
JIatthewson Is a Kiietoryvlll" boy and
formerly played with Keystone Acad
emy. Ills vi ondcrful kicking ability
learned him a grcal local reputation.
This season his work In gaining with
Ibe ball also, has been admirable.
TIip football supremacy of 1900 will
be settled In this afternoon's great bat
tle between Yale and Harvard. Who
ever wins will have the undisputed
premiership. Princeton's hopes weie
nipped In the bud by Yale and Harvard
drubbed Pennsylvania soundly enough
to prevent the Quakers from piping nut
nny demand for the huirels. llnivaid
Vill depend on her swift backs to score
on the Sons of 1311 and Yale will con
tinue to use Hale, nioomer, Rrown and
Stillman, her human battering-rams,
ngalnst he fi imson line in the manner
that proved so effective against poor
l'rincelon. An end inn will be occa
sionally worked In by Cooke or Sharpe
the lilg half backs and line bucking
Mill most likely feature the Yale of
fensive work. However the Uarvaid
line Is not weak bv any iiuans and will
light much more stubbornly than the
light lads of Old Nassau. Little Zeus
Jtoberts, the 2r0-poiind bov may be
used at one of the guards and the game
that fhe lad with the mythological
name, has put up in practice augurs
that there wont be a gieat many of
Kalns made through hl. territory If lm
pets into the match.
Then too, Yale's eucN are not up to
the standard and Sawln, Gleraseh,
Kendall and Kills are a quartette of
backs who directed by a general like
Captain Daly aie likely to make
trouble for any end . All things
considered the game looks Ilk" a closn
one and will undoubtedly be the haid
cht fought of the season.
Walter I'urnhnm Is mentioned as a
possibility for manager of the St. Louis
base ball team of IDOt. The Missourians
could do worse than to secure Burn
liam, and indeed It's unlikely that they
vill do better. As a handler of the
wily base ball player Hurnham is a
genius. He preserves splendid discip
line and yet always manages to retain
the friendship of the men under him
and their best will along with the most
implicit confidence. He has a great
eye for the qualities which make a suc
cessful biiM ball player and has prob
ably tinned out as many crack tossers
as any minor league manager In the
business. Hilly Hamilton, Sheckard,
IMttenger, anil numerous other Nation
al Leaguers are among the covents of
He demonstrated the value of his
Judgment when manager here during
the Ill-fated Atlantic League season.
He was nut at Athletic Park a duy or
two before the opening of the season,
when iHinny Kervin, the south-paw
pitcher arrived. Kervin had never be
fore played with a professional team
and ho stepped out on the diamond,
un-uiilformeil nnd rather Tatlgued from
Ills journey, He tossed the ball up to
tho plate awhile, and took his turn at
bat with the other players, and Burn
liani's face beamed as lie watched the
"He'll do. That lad's a natural play
er," the manager remarked briefly, nnd
when tho season of I'JOO came to a close,
Danny Kervin the Philadelphia ama
teur, was found at Buffalo, one of the
winning pitchers of the American
Lengue, standing In the same rank
with men like Ilubc Waddoll, Hofter,
Dowllng, Cronin nnd Kellum.
Doings In the bowling world are nl-
COUOHS AND COLDS
Cannot exist if you inhale it,
CATARRH AND BRONCHITIS
Dissappear in a short time
if it is used daily
Is cured by breathing it ten
minutes every hour
Our written guarantee is in every
package, No cute, no pay,
Khu eljjs' licaliucnl ami mulled aeltlip (ice.
Complete uiitntu, frl.tio. Trial Outllti', Me. at
Ihtt drug 'tore r tent by mall,
The . T, Booth Co., Ithaca, N. Y.
beginning to be brisk, nnd
It Is not likely that.the regular
at games will be Htarted until
r ChrlBtmas, still some very lively
i itches will be pulled off between now
and the holidays. This year's league
will probably be made up of six Instead
of four teams.
ttnultlps Mm rollers of the KIKfl,
Itacknii' and nievelo club teams of this
city and West End Club, of Wllkes-
Hiuti. wh oh Inst vear const tuteu tne
circuit, there will very likely be the
Commercials-nnd a quintette of bowl
ers from I.aubscher's alleys in South
The former team Is a newly organ
bed one and Is captained by Chnrlos
Kowler, formerly the leader of the
Kilts. Tuesday night It rolled the Kile
team and won nut In three splendid
matches. The Klks had on their lenm
Wolchel, Phillips and Rarll of last
year's champions, DIiiiIpi, one of the
members of the 'PS team nnd Waldner,
captain of last season's second tram.
The bowlers will begin qualifying for
the Hackus team a week from Monday
night. A K)0 average must be maintain
ed by. nil who wish plates among the
representative bowlers of the alleys.
The two wrestling nintches which
Im-p already been held at the Bicycle
club have n roused public interest in
the contests on tho mat to a high pitch
and the bout between Dwyer and
Frank Herrick of Providence, R.I, Is
being looked forward to with a good
deal of anticipation. It will be held
December !, for $100 a side, at catch
WAYS TO COOK POTATOES.
riDin tlie hie nun Nevoid
Southern StyleTake one large table
spoon each of lard and butter, and
let heal in a stewpan or small kettle.
When hot stir In one large tablespoon
of flour. Stir until smooth, then add
one medium sized onion cut small.
Cook for about one minute, or until
brown, then stir In one quart or potato
dice, previously prepared. Add suffi
cient boiling water to cook the pota
toes, not quite enough to cover them.
Put a lid on the kettle and let cook un
II the potatoes are done through and
the water has boiled quite away. This
dish Is not difficult to prepare, nnd
may be cooked in about twenty min
ute's. Potato Halls To one pint of mashed
and seasoned potato add part of an egg
well beaten. llix thoroughly and roll
Into balls. Biush theFO over with the
remaining egg and dip In cracker or
bread crumbs. Lay the balls In a but
tered dish and bake to a golden brown. (
Serve these plain, or pour over them
a white sauce made as above, to which
has been added a little onion Juice, cel
ery sauce or chopped parsley.
Kscaloped Potatoes Cut baked or
boiled potatoes Into squares, add milk
slightly thickened and seasoned as for
white sauce, and bake until a delicate
brown over the top. The above may be
varied by grating cheese over the top
of the dish before baking.
flolden Pyramid Place potatoes
which have been mashed and well
seasoned upon a plate and make into
pyramid shape. Smooth with a but
tered knife and cover the outside light
ly with beaten egg. Sift fine bread
crumbs over and bake In the oven to
a line brown. Even though the way
of preparing the potatoes is but slight
ly different, a different appearance lias
much to do with tempting the appetite
at successive meals.
Ilrowned Potatoes Boil small pota
toes. Dry them by allowing the steam
to escape as soon as they are cooked
through. Place them in a wire frying
basket and fry brown In hot lard.
When roasting meat, place the boiled
potatoes in the dripping pan to brown
Potatoes Sliced nnd Browned A
chansc from the ordinary way of fry
ing potatoes which have been previous
ly boiled is obtained by slicing them
evenly and browning the slices upon
a griddle or large frying pan as you
would pancakes, turning each slice.
THE GLORIOUS FOOTBALL GAME
Away will' the IitMc pil7e tight,
Ay tih the HWom ring,
Amiiv with tin- palsied short-aim Jib
Aiiil decrepit (nil-arm swing.
Tor nnr Mood is lint within m
Ami the spoil is ilull ami tame,
Anil we thirst for tho hlooil that streaks the mud
At thi' Kloriom foot hall game,
llmrah lor the cecllilng rt-rimmage,
Of the taw;led twenty-two!
Ilmrali for the wiitlilng leg and arma
lit llio Midi Ink', fighting crew!
1 1 in .all for tho hloo.l of the battle
'Hut d,m the mass with Maine,
ml llii' gifUKomo cr n j lib and the melting nioani
'if tin' glorious foot bait. game!
i Hit? fonse ami breathless llne-np,
line the first wild ribh,
i u the clashing, smashing guards go down
In ,i gnarled and Knotted crush,
'I ill the retchers come lo carry
way the maimed and lame;
'ilieio is pure delight in the very bight
Of the glorious foot ball game,
Wc see the gory garment
In riireiU and tatters rend,
We waith the frantic half back jump
Upon the prono left end;
Wo watch the doughty full hack
blldo o'er the line to fame,
And we catch our breath In the (ear of death
At the glorious foot ball game.
And their limbs arc wremhrd and swollen
And their heails arc gashed and sore,
And the gutters round thn white-lined Belli
Are running red with gore;
hut the "nibs," relleie thu wounded,
And Iho play goes on Ibe same
Let tho djing lie In their blood nnd die,
And go on with the glorious gamel
We cheer from the thronging grand-stand
And tlie bleacher echo bail,,
As wo trace the ball through all Its long,'
Uncertain, sinuous track ;
And in jells that ilcaio the lien ens
Our eislacy pioiluiiu,
And shout till bojite iIiioiikIi tlie dunging cuur.c
Of the glorious foot ball gamel
And when the fight is hiil.l.oil,
And the wounded borne to bed,
And a few heartfelt but lu.ly tears
Arc shed alxnc tlie ilcjil,
We null upuii the plajeis
And wc bear with glad aiiljlni
The muUIng few nt I lie luenty-tun
I'ioiii the scene nf the gloiious game.
Then ilmui with the palsied pilze fight,
US a biiif and hnollcts boic,
And it's nljle and tame hesltle (lie game
Hut Is poit to the wry line;
lie inly Is u hi ri)
Hlio lights his nay In fame
At tlu i M. ii life Jhrough ihe stiuBglh'g itrl'e
In the glorious foul ball gamel
"BUNCOED BY A KID."
A Henrt to Heart Talk with Jessie
l'rom the Kinsas City Star.
Although Jessie Bartlett Davis was
born In Illinois, she owns n. bin farm
In Indiana, not far from Chicago, and
only twenty miles from the Wabash
river. Her husband, Mr. Will Davis,
the theatrical manager, la a native of
Indiana, nnd so Is her 19-yenr-old Bon.
The great contralto herself Is Moosler
enough to have wept once upon hear
ing the popular sonsr, "On the Banks
of the WabaHh," The weeping hap
pened down In Texas, near Waco, a
year or so ago.
"I was In a train wreck," said Mrs.
Davis, "and I'll never forget how It
scared me. The engineer of our train
had run hla engine square Into tho
rear end of another train. I thought
of course, that I was killed, or it not
killed, at least fatally Injured. And I
thought nbout my teeth. Oh, my
teeth! I am always afrnld that some
thing Is going to happen to them. I
need my teeth In singing, you know.
(By the way, Jessie Bartlett Davis
has very even nnd beautiful teeth.)
"Nobody In our cur was hurt nnd
everybody laughed at my fears. The
car stood on the siding for a long
while, and pretty soon In came a little
boy and begnn to sing. I had never
heard the song before, but It was
about 'Longing to sec my mother In
the doorway,' and the ;Wabash,' tho
dear old Wabash. I broke down and
cried. And after that I called the lit
tle boy to me nnd bad him sit down In
the sent beside me. And we had a
long talk. 1 talked 'good' to him, nnd
I thought to myself that he would
grow up and be a better man because
of the talk 1 had given hltn. I like to
talk to people that way. 1 am apt to
stop In the street and talk to drunken
men In the tearful stage and try to
reform them, but I always get the
worst of it.
"After I had finished my long talk
with the little boy I felt better, and I
guess he did, too, because I emptied
out my whole purse Into his hands.
When the child left the car I was In
a sort of glow of righteousness. Burna
by and McDonald and others of the
Bostonlan company, who were in the
car, laughed at me, but I didn't care.
I knew that I had started one life
"Pretty soon T heard a boyish voire
" 'Oh, kids, look in the winder.
That's her; look at her. Say. she was
easy. Look at my money. Oh, it was
a cinch! I wish I'd known another
song: I cud have got as much more.'
"I looked out of the window. It was
my little sweet-voiced boy! T had
been buncoed by a kid. Such are the
trials of those who would be reformers."
Mous. r. Vamlcrwkcn, the well known nnd
popular violinist, of llrussels, llelgium, assisted
by Ihe beautiful sopiano singer, .Mis. K. C. Wor
dtn, graduate from Iloston conservatory, and Mr.
Charles Doersam, the clever and well known
pianist, of (Ills city, wilt give, at (Juernsey's
bull, on Tuesday, Dee. 4, ot 8 o'cloik sharp, ,i
violin lrcltal. The following programme will lie
executed entirely fiom memory:
1. Panlnsio from the opera "William Tell,"
(Itossini), arranged by Leonard for violin
F. Vanderveken and Charles Doersam
2. Novelette No. 1, by Schumann, for piano.
3. fa) Aria on fi string violin and piano,
(b) Second movement of Sonata III, (or
violin alone S. Bach
lly r. Vandeivekt
4. Cavatina from oiera "Queen nf Sheba,"
for soprano Rounod
Jlrs. I!. (S. Worden.
3. (a) .Meditation from Thais' opeu ....Massenet
(h) Itevcric (iodard
tc) Ileveiic (for violin) II. Vicuxtcmps
6. Mignon (soprano) A. Thomas
Ml 9. 11. O. Worden.
7. Concerto Tloinantique Oodaril
Allegro Itecilative Adagio Gmuonetta
8. Angels' Serenade (with violin ohligato),Draya
Jlis. ,'. O. Warden.
Soprano, Mrs. II. 0, Worden, Violin, F.
0. (a) The Celebrated Romania by Svendien,
(b) Master Singer's I'rlre Song Wagne-
(c) Serenade I'icrnea
F. V.indei v eken.
II II II
Tho following programme will be given in the
t-ccond Presbyterian church tomorrow:
Organ Prelude I'leycl
Anthem, "Remember Xovv Thy Creator,"
(Sung by uquest).
Oflcrtory Solo, "My Redeemer and .sly I.oid,"
Organ l'ostludc , Rlnck
Organ I'relude Krauss
Response by Choir, "Iy Not Up for Your
Anthem, Chorus of Men's Voices, "Illlss of
tho Purified," Koschat
Offertory Duet, "Great God Attend,"
MUscs Illack and Caragan
(Sung by request).
Oig.m I'osllude Calkin
.Mr. .1. M, Chance, Organist and Director,
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Special inusle at the First Presbyterian church
tomorrow piepared by Director J, T. Watkins, as
Anthem, "Clod Do Merciful" Rossini
Duet, "Come Unto Me" ., , t'jurc
Tenor and nasi,
Soprano solo, "There Is a River., Chasvvlck
Anthem, "My Heavenly Home'1 Pruthcroe
Free seats and all cordially Invited. James
McLcod, D. 1)., paste:
II II II
A sacred conceit will bo given nt the Lyceum,
Dec, 10, for the benefit ot the St. Joseph's
Foundling Home, a worthy institution that Is
sorely in need of funds to sustain it In Its chari
table mUftlon. The best musical ability ol the
city has kindly volunteered their services, and
programme of sacred music of rare excellence
will lo presented. Resides many ol our best
soloists, the cathedral choir, under Mr, Schil
ling's direction, will participate, and a large
chorus of seventy-live, select voices will aUu
lug. This chorus will meet lor rehearsal on
Monday and Thursday evenings beginning next
week. The rehearsals will b held at the Cath
olic Young Women's club home, on Washington
venue. A full attendance ol those who have
been invited is lenucted.
'I I. 'I
Tho Hist Symphony oirhenlia ..unfit ot the
season iiciurs at the l.)icum ri hi evening ol
Dec, 10. Ilehursjls, undir 1 1. inkfatlgiuble
conductor, Mr. Thendero Hcmhiii,,!, have been
under vvuy slinc the odety's Ian mmert, and
If diligence, perseverance and piacilte count
for nn.vtbliig, the forthcoming conciil should lie
on urlUtli' suiirss. That Ibe long, pjlloit .mil
faithful labels nf Mi, llcmhcrger tin b.'ivni,'
giind dull Is pUluly appaient In 1 1. .-i- ibic
wink in Ibe Siiuumbati r.vmphoiiy. I!ve,v i-i'ni-ci
ii liii-tiuinent hit a pait in the .svou. and
cavil iiislnuiii'iit is biouulit lulu u prumimiHc
llui nine; all Ibe mcclies of shading, s.vui
pathy and cirelon. (If (be svmphony lUvlf
a complete and detailed description will be given
In thU column anon, 9fte tirognunme includes
among othor numbers, thn overturn to "Die
Frelscliull," by Carl Von W'ebcrj "Recollections
o( TuinhMiner," from Wngner's opera, and
other equally brilliant numbers to bo an
II II II
When Mme. V.nintt was making a western tour
recently the consented to sing at a church fes
tival In aid ot the cathedral ot a certain prom
lnent city, say the Waverly Mngatlnc. Tin
church authorities decided to charge an admis
sion fee to the cathedral to all who wished tu
hear the great sinter. Most people paid will
ingly, but nne crank demanded adirlsulon nn
tin! ground that he should not be cbargnl lor
going into a public place of worship. "Do inn
mean to tell me," he argued with til? door
keeper, "Hint t shall ler)ulre a ticket lo enter
the kingdom ol heaven!"
"Well, no," explained the ticket sellir suive
ly, "but then, jou won't hear Mine" lliiiues In
heaven." Then when the enormity nf his re
mark dawned upon him that ticket seller turned
II it II
The new opera, "Unneiiildi," was produenf
at the Metroplltmi Opera House on last Mon
day evening, with I'hllip llrocrrl, limes' Oohleii,
William I'aull and bemprlere Prlngle In tli
principal characters. Hie music Is pleasing,
though ceilaln parts of It ale rcmlnHcut nf
Wagr.er, nnd oth-r pails of flouiioil, but vvlnl
ever else may be said, Mr. Thomas has pioved
himself n master of Ihe nit nf niehestr.itlon,
The epera was h.iiidsoimly sieged. "Mlgnnn"
nnd "Tiovntore" weie ii pealed during (lie week,
and licit week "II, M. S Pinafore," "t'uv.illitla
ltintlruna" and 'i P.igll.ici I" will be sung.
I ,1 !!
The great tnmnee nf IMu.iul Strains and Ids
famous Vlirni'se enhestra is leally a tilunipli
nut progress thiough the states and as cjth
large town Is visited the rtilluislaim ami lutir
cst increase. Ciovvds of people nte tinned
away nbrost every night limn the iloms, and nt
tlie matit.ees tbe ladies and children .lie en
tranced by the melodious sliains of "The beau
tiful Illue Danube," "Sounds from Vienna
Woods" and the "Wiener Hint" waitis. At
Iloston Ihe audiences guw laiger and laiger as
the week progupsiil and tlie enthusiasm created
was beyond all buiimls.
I ' II
Lillian Ulamell, who will be the leading o
piano at Ihe Woicc-tcr festival, is pok n of as
"tlie American Seinbiich." She has had her
shale of honors and attentions In I'.uuipe; I'm en
Margheiita gave her "beautiful snuvcnin, in
cluding a magnificent --t.it in-, which Is ,t mu-l
umarkable woik of ait" thus expiessed in nn
interview with the l.uly sent out by Manager
Henry Wolfsohn. Dining her piesent visit In
tills counliy Mine ni.iuvclt is tn.sing at llihly
livc conceits, and does not expect to go blither
west than Minneapolis nnd St. Paul. she will
sail fur Ilurope again Jan. ".
I I! II II
The November li'itulier ot "The Musician," a
monthly peiindu.il, contains In full slieel-imislu
size, a louipiisitiini fin Ihe piano entitled "(iold
en Sunset," by .Ml. Alfred Wooler, Hie well
known and sueec-lul iniiiic teacher .mil tenor
soloist of tills litv. 1 lie dainty melody is as
daintily aecomp.iniid by- the running parages ot
the left hand, and Ihe elbct is piiiticularly plead
ing, bcin wiitten iu tin' contrapuntal style.
Hatch Music Cc , uf Philadelphia, are the puh
lislicn, of this, as well as four other composi
tions from Mr. Woolei's pen. '
II I II
M. Paderewski Ins resolved to levislt I'ngland
in the eaily spring. Mr. Adlingtou, vvhu has
been on a holiday with the great pianist, lias
arranged for him a tour in (.ennany, commenc
ing nt Cologne, on .Ian. St, nnd ending at Weis
baclen, on March 1. Immediately afterward M.
Paderewski wilt go In Knglaud, where his tou
will commence at llhmlngham, on March I,
and eight other recitals will be given nt Man
chester, New- Castle, Abenlicn, (llasgow, Hdin
bmg, lllaiKoril, .SliclMclel and l.ivcipool.
ii !! II
Joseph Filer, the nlme soloist, of New York
eily, is the wonder ot ull musicians whiuvve! he
peiforms. He has p.issrd three seme, and today
pioduces u beauty of tone fiom tills o$t ilifliciill
of instiiiini'nt.s. tli.it appeals at once to; tlie
heart of every true lover of music. He is billed
for n solo at one of Hie coming symphony con
certs, vvheie he occupies Ihe fust oboe c-hulr
at eaeli cuncii. Owing to a close resemblance
to Disniaicl; lie is known as tho "Gland Old
Man" all over tlie musical world.
II II It
The Schuhcit quartette had great success at
Honccsdalc last week. They awi to nppear in
the near fiitme at llawle.v, Wajm.iit, Ple.is.iut
Mount, Hancock and lllooiiisliurg, and on Dcc
!!l ghc a concert ol Tunkhanuni k. INccllci't
support was given lliein .H IIoih'mI.iI,. by Ihe
brilliant hinging of Mis Mulli.i Matthews and
Miss Beatrice Moiris chaiming lecllalions.
!l II il
Dr. Carl K. Dillft, tlie famous has..., has been
engaged as soloist for the Symphony concerl
Dec. 10, at the Lyceum. Mi. DuITi is known
the country over as a thoiom;h umsieien. pos
sessing a deep, licli bass voice, over which he
eeicirs complete entitled. Tlie Symphony so
ciety is lo be congratulated on their ability to
piocuie such a noted snloitt,
II Ii il
The Conseivatoiy nf Music will give its tvwn-ty-lbiid
public recital on the evening of Thanks
giving day, when students nf vniinus degrees nf
advancement will partielpate. An Interesting
feature will be a public clemonstiaibm of the
woik done in the chilelren's classes under Hie
rallten method. Thcie will be selections also at
the close, played by members of tlie faculty.
II II II
Maud Powell is still tlie most pioinluent l.uly
violinist beforo the Kuropoun musical public al
the present time. This week she Is giving two
recitals in London, which piccedu a lour nf
twenty concerts which she makes through the
British Isles. She leaves for Atactica at tlie end
II II II
Mr. Watklns was such a success in his wmk
at the Wayne counly teachers' institute lhat he
lias been offered the position as musical director
for next year's meeting.
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Mr. Haydn Kvans will pciform the Mendelsohn
Tiano Concerto iu O Minor at the net sym
phony concert, Dec. 10. He will be actum
panled by the entire orchestra of sixty musi
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awanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
SOME STARTLING FACTS
OF VITAL INTEREST TO WOMEN
WINTER. IS JUST BEFORE US
Biting Winds, Cold Driz
zling Rains, Sloppy
Muddy Streets and Sud
den Changes In the
The roniltip; winter will cnt!i( at
least on-linlf of the womoii to hnve
oatnrrh, oohls, roughs, uiicitinotila or
ronsiiiniitlon. Thousaiids of woinctn.
will liwe their liven, unci lens of tlioilH
anils will neciulro some rhronlc; ail
ment from which they will never re
Unless you take the necessary pre
rnutlons tho ehnnre.i are that you (who
renil this) will ho one of the unfortu
nate ones. Little or no risk need lie
run If Peruna Is kept In tho house, nnd
nt the first appeal mire of nny symp
tom taken as directed on the bnttlo,
A cold is tho starting point of mora
than half of the fatal illness from
November to May.
A cold is the first chapter in the
history of every case of consumption.
A cold is the first stage of chronic
catarrh, the most loathsome and
stubborn of diseases.
A cold Is tlie legitimate parent of a
large family of diseases such as bron
chitis, pleurisy, pneumonia and quinsy.
To neglect a, cold Is almost suicide.
To fall to provide agaln.it this well
nlgh Inevitable evil is dangerous neg
ligence. Peruna Is n safeguard, Is a preven
tive, a specific, is u cure for all cases
of catarrh acute and chronic, coughs,
colds, consumption, etc.
Head what the women are saying of
Miss Kahl Cured of Hemorrhages of
the Lungs by Peruna.
Miss Caroline J. Knhl. Otlsco. Jml
says: "I had hemorrhages of the
lungs nearly every day for a year, ami
three bottles of your Peruna cured me.
The doctor said I had consumption. T
nm now in better health than I have
been for mnnv years."
Miss Caroline J. Kahl.
Mrs. Zenk Cured of Chronic Catarrh
of Ten Years Standing.
Mrs. Mattle Zenk, 83S Forest avenm,
Oak Park, 111., writes: "I suffered for
ten years with chronic catarrh. The
slightest cold made me very Melt. I
could not speak aloud for three months.
I took Peruna, and am now in per
fect health; am entirely free froml ca
tarrh." Mrs. Mattle Zenk.
Mrs. Messer Cured of Catarrh of the
Head and Running' Bars.
Mrs. Barbara Messer, Freedom, Pa.,
speaks as follows of Peruna: "I suf
fered from chronic catarih of the head
Tries to improve his chances of .selling some other piano bv
abuse of the STIEFF, it's a plain confession that his piano is
not as Good as 'the STIEFF. It is logical and it is common
sense to believ-e that no piano could gain, and maintain for
moie than half a century, tho wonderful prestige and popular
ity of tlie STIEFF unless it possessed highest merit. The
have always held that tho money spent on self-glorification
could be put with more advantage Into their instruments,
thus giving purchas-ers certain benefits in quality nnd price
which are denied them by other manufacturers whose ener
gies and means are no largely spent in attempts to purchase
and Inlluonco publlo opinion In their favor.
Wo FREELY invite the most careful comparison of the
STIEFF Piano, under any conditions, with any other one
olfored In competition with it.
I GEORGE W. FINN, I3S WYOMING AVENUE 1
5 Pino Tuning a Specialty. Sheet Music and Musical S
B Merchandise. OPEN EVENINGS
CAN BE READILY FILLED IF ADVERTISED I N
THE "FOR RENT" COLUMNS OF THE TRIBUNE
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for a number of years for six weeks
had very bad running ears. I could
hardly hear, and sometimes could not
talk. I.lfe was a burden to me. I took
Peruna, and am now permanently
cured of the catarrh. My head Is per
fectly clear, and I feel as well as I
ever did." Mrs. Barbara. Messer.
Mrs. Ii'Hommedieu Cured of a Very
Bad Case of Systemic Catarrh.
Mrs. J. ti'Hommcdlcu, 952 Manhattan
avenue. Brooklyn, N. Y writes: "t
was taken' very bad with catarrh. It
affected me nil over. My physician
treated mo without tlie least relief.
Two bottles of Peruna cured ine."
Mrs. J. L'Hommedieu.
Mrs. Woodward Cured of Catarrh of
the Lungs by Peruna.
Mrs. L. J. Woodward, West Danville,
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Vt writes: "When T wrote you for
ndvlce I hail pain In tho lutigH nnd con
tinual lioarsoiicss through the winter
:W tsmtitlia T litimmllritnlv i-ncelveil prent
benefit from Peruiiu."
Airs. Li. j, woocuvurti,
Mrs. Parker Cured of Pelvic Catarrh
Mrs. Itoso Parker, President William
Downs Woman's itellef Cotps, No. -13,
also chaplnln North Western Legion .of
Honor, writes from Ullll Central rvc
nuo, Minneapolis, Bllnn., as follows:
"For several yenrs I suffered wllh a
severe backache, and constunt drag
ging pains. Some doctors gave It one
name and some another, but none gave
relief. Several ot inv friends urged me
to use Perunu, so I was finally per
suaded to try It and the first bottle
brought blessed relief. I have used It
off and on for three years. It keeps
me In excellent health, unci I find its
occasional uso keeps my system in good
condition, and prevents my catching
Mrs. Worrell Cured of Offensive Ca
tarrh of the Head by Peruna.
Mi;s. It. H. Worrell, 102 Orleans
street, Kast Uoton, Mass., writes:
ft "Your great
i has cured inn eif
l cntnrrh. r vn
troubled for live
vears with it. Tt
cost mo a great
H on 1
read In tlie pa
pers about Peru
na, so I thought
I would try It. I
am now on the
and am entiri-lv
well, licfcirc I
us'd your medi
cine my lirc.itli
was so offensive'
t n a t l w a s
ashamed to talk to anyone. Kven my
own husband could not stand it. Sly
handkerchiefs were all destroyed from
the catarrh. I would not be without
your medicine for anything. I am en
tirely well, and feel splendid."
Mrs. It. 33. Worrell.
Address The Peruna Medicine Co..
Columbus, Ohio, for n fn ropy of
"Health and Beauty," written espec
ially for women.
MME. A. RUPPKRT'S WORLD RE
NOWNED FACE BLEACH AL
MOST WITHOUT COST
XO MATTER HOW BLEMISHED
THE SKIN, FACE BLEACH
WILL MAKE IT PERFECT
Mnclnme A. Support says :
"My Face fileuch Is not a new, untried
remcly, but bus boon used by tho bust
poople for years, and for dissolving nnd
removing forever plraplos, freckles, moth
patches. bUokbends, ce&eiua, tan, sunburn,
Bullownoss, rouEbnctfa or rcdnosi of tbe
Bliln, and for brightening nnd boautifylnir
tho complexion It bin no equal.
It U absolutely birraleii to the moat
Tho marvellous Improvement after a
fow applications is most apparent, tor the
nl. ill becomes or nature Intended It should
be, smooth, clear and white, free from
every impurity nnd blomlsh. It cannot
lull, tor Its uction la mich that It draws tho
Impurities out of the skin, and does not
cover them up, nnd Is invisible during use.
This Is the only thorough and permanent
During this month, I will olTor to all a
trial boitlo of my world renowned Face
llleach, sulllolent to show that it Is nil that
I claim forlttiind any roudor of this can
suud mtiSicontB In stamps or silver, and
I will tend tho trial bottle, securely
packed In plain wrapper, sealed, all charges
My book 'How to be Beautiful' will bo
malloa irco to an wno win wnio inr H.
Street, New York
Dae, Rappcrt'f aray lialr Restorative
actually restore gray hair to Itx natural
color. Can be usod on any shado of hair,
and la not a dye, and does not discolor tho
eklu nor rub off. Perfectly hormlesauud
always gives aaiisrnci inn.
Mine, Huppert's Depilatory removes
lions nnir ill nvo iiniiiiutc, wjiiioeei
will not Injurs tho most dollciitn
Itm. Ruppert'o Egyptian Halm for soft
enliiK and healing the fue.0 ami huuels.
lime, Ruppert's tialr Tonic positively
removes clunUrulT, nil scalp cllsoascs, stops
fnlllm; linir, and In many cases restores
Mme. Ruppert's Almond 0(1 Complexion
Soap, inudo of puro almond oil nnd wax.
Delightful for tho complexion mid war
rantee! not to chap tlio most dollciite bkln.
Allot thanbovo toilet preparations aro
always Icopt In stook and can bo had from
mir local aont
Mme. A. Ruppert'H Celebrutod Coin
plexlon Bpeclaltlt'H iuo for sale iu
Jonas Long's Sons
Through the Hesperian Gardens of
the West" Buns the Luxurious
The finest Thing on Wheels,
AND ITS DESTINATION, AEK
Summer Lands ot " California."
Epcclal llirouli tialni comisttnif ol tdetping
and dliiiiiB'iais will leave Sew York every Bt.
urday, 'I'ueedjy awl Thursday, connecting d.
icctly with the "bunset Limited ' at Now Urltaoj
For lull Information, frte illustrated paraph.
Ida, maps and. tlme-tablci, alto loweit rstej,
-t. ! . .itH t Inbiila flint' 9 bva rw.t tt....l,-.-l . I
tlllimiK W, wvyy m vmv vuCCU, aipij
airs. H. K. Worrell.
10 DOUCmTH l'4WiUC- V.V.4 ty? o, .JUKI
J-UladelphU, fu. -f. "