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Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
resents int tlte most acceptableban
tie Iterative principles of plants
Jcnowit to act most icneficial!i'
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE MANrb. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCft
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE , KY. HEW YORK. N.Y.
for sdlc ty tfrjffghts - price SO per iotfe
REST IN TOWN.
LACKAWANNA DAIRY CS
'-UleplioncOrctors Promptly Pall voroi
.-ar-37 Adann Avcnus.
Scranfon Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Piivulc Residences.
Office D., Z. & W. Passenger
Station. Phono 525.
DR. H. B. WARE,
Eye; Ear, Nose and Throat
OITSre Hours 9 n. m. to 1?.J p. m.: 5 to t
Villtnms Hullillnc, CI;-;.. T'o.tiiint'tt
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l.MTlSVIIKi: M.ITIO.V Hie I.lMalni'e hi
Hi.ii if lln' t.'uen llnhro Woman's dull will
'mm ,U the (Irun lliilt lil.nr.i mi 'I'liniMlay
hi I u. in.
Mw.vtiKisv Mi:i:n.fi "iiitu. un i .
luclin of the linn iiri r- of tlio llnn.t li.i i,n'
j imiUhb't at t'.I.O u'llotl. lotnniinw nit.itiuu
in tho Yuunjr Women's ( hii.ti.m .iwiciatiun
I .M)V ITU.. U the miiis Wmmii'-i
I liilitian iismkI.iiIi.ii tn ii" "111 lie .1 iiifinli"!-.'
nni.il nml (.nul.i pull 1'iiil.i.v fii.in 1! In I
'tlnrK. AH mt'inlii'is it tut' nv.u i.iiiou ,iii
iiiillul to ho lursiul.
Illll WAS llllOhV.V. Jaum. Ii.jn.ilim. .i l.il r
II tin.- Smith hleel null, w.i- li..ill,v Inlnied while
nt wok loldil.n .it the sin I mil-., Hi w.is
Itlkell to till' Mli'i T.I.I hl' Im-pit.ll, while it WAr
ll'lUlll tll.ll ull( ut Ilk lih- W.1-. liiukill,
ciiriirii rpiMiii. -Tin- i.hii,., (r u. p, mi
Airline RlptNc eliuuli Mill hiic one nt th lr
pop'.ll.ir supp) in t lii-. owiiliu; in llie pnlm
of the chuiih. in; utli lithe mum h.i.
Ik'cii preuiil, I m l,c i helm," the piimipil fea.
iiiie. Tlie eiTii"i' will Im'iu piomptly at 0
ciiAiiriiin with 'i tint: -i . k iik-imi
TiniU-i'lili of Iliiimmie, was in I.I In (."ml lull jn.
It nl.iy liy AUIciin.iii Kawm nn the . lume of
Ihie.lU piefeneil hy I'li'il W.inu'i, of TJ 1 I l.i.v
avenue, lliininoie. The latter ili.ii mil lit r with
luvliis; threatened tl.u lilt- nt Ml. Amelia f
inri, Ills wife.
AUT KX1IIIIITI0X. All eNhllillli.il nt uuik of
the puplli of the art ilcputniint of the Il.n
(lenhelKli kIhh'I Mill he nil ill nn I ho .'iTU'iiiumis
ani) euiiln-s of lite, 10, 11 ami IJ. 'I he uoil.
ioiiiUU of ih-.iim.'n in ihui'i'.'il anil watei
dilur fiom the i.lijrcL urlKlnil iU'sIkii, mul
hlultln'1 In poii nml i ii lr.
Ill ItT IIOr.TIIM .UIHIX'TlIli.-lliiil lloliliani
m.i iiin'Miil t.iit nl','lit on .1 w.inaiit ismkiI l.y
Ahlciiiian Mill ii" '.liuiKlni,' tilm nllli lauei.y.
'iliq MJriant .u isriieil nt Ihu insl'ince nf
flioic l'lulu'o, of 1-I I.liiileii til I i'it, Willi
v.lioni llcllh.iiii liuaidiil. lie dui't'i'i linn wllli
Hi'iillni; ii rail' of tion-iis nml ii ..ili of slme.
Hollliam Mill Iw ulen ,t l.earln? llili ntoinln.
IWV-IUYS. The lid mate an I lliiiNmi llail
roail coniuuy uhl itn emiln.s at lh North
Riranlon rtpair thnpi, i.ml Hie mivnu .mil cai
rieiitrri all alonj Iho mail, Tho Diliw.ue, I,iJ;
ni'.anna ami Wenleui llallio.ul coiiip.ini pjh the
H h 9t k k h tt : n h w : n ;
Specially selected for the
of 85, 50 mid 100
Finest brands of
IMPORTED, KEY WEST,
Lowest prices on finest goods,
by tho box, by the hundred, by
E. C. Dean j
408 Connell Building,
PHONE BSS3. J
linn nt Hie (Kfont, Do.lpce mul Hclteiiie rollltrlM,
ami tmlny ilie men nt the car hon anrl the
tnliTM nl'llie l',nio, Tit.vlor nml llolilcii rolllrrlei
will tcrrlte their woifen.
D. & H. WANTS MORE MINES.
Possibility of It Securing the LnMn
.and Lnngcllffe Properties.
In ypsterilny'H Trlbilno thur ni
lipureil un Assnolntcil 1'ri'SH dcsimtcli
from WitkcH-tlnrio nnuoiiiiclnir that
noffotltttlotiH iii-c umlor way for tlin
jiurchuno by tlio Dcliiwuro nml lltnl
Hon uiimimny of tlio. collieries nf the
T.allln nml l.iiiiircllrfr' Coal pomiiany nt
I.nilln anil Avnca, rwtpuetlvely.
The local ulllucrn of tho company
way that wlillu the Htory Is partlnlly
true the matter has nut yet reached
a Btnjju wiiere It mlRht he salil that
iH'Ktitlatloii.H are on. Two parties hove
linked If the properties could ho botiftlit
anil an altlrmatlvo reply was given In
each ItiHtoiice. i.iikIiiooi'h who are, It
Is undei stood, represontltiR the Dela
ian anil Iluilson company, have been
looltliip; over tho properties for somu
ttnie past, but nothtiiK In the way of
nn offer or In fact nay other dealings
tendlnp; to a transfer have occurred.
Hoth properties are on the line of
the Delaware and Hudson road, but
their product Is now shipped by way
of the New York, Susquehanna find
FOUGHT A DUEL
IN A DARK FIELD
Secretary Maliy, of Young Men's
Christinn Association Has An
other Exalting Experience.
If Seciotary (ienrue O. Many, of the
Vhiihk: Men's Cliilstlau association,
hems the nppeiir.iiii'e today of a limn
"who has been shut at and missed," his
appcnrnui-i' will lie only In keeping with
his Kcnor.il make-up perfectly honest.
Air. Alahy, lust nlKlit, had that not al
tiiKVtliei iJcllKhtftll expel lenee of dndir
inR ii lmlli'l.
.Mr. Alahy lives on Qulncy avenue. In
the last house nn the left-hand Hide,
KiiIiir north past the Mos-ps Taylor hos
pital. Just beyond It are the commons
sUiitlii", the lictindary line between the
city 11 ml lniniiHitv.
Three yumiK1 Kills from Pine Urook.
wlin had lieeu vl.sltinn- the housemaid
at Fieil it. Stark's home, which Is next
but one to Mr. Many's, sliw'tcd on the
1 etui n Journey throttnh the hip Held
about !i. I.'i o'clock p. in. They had pro
ceeded about seventy-live yards into
the dark Held when they espied a man
sttolliii"; on ahead of them. They al
tered their course somewhat to 11 void
passim? near him, and w'te roIiik iiIoiik
unmindful of harm and without further
thought of Ihe man, who ha i been lost
sight of in the darkness, when Middenly
from a hollow, which they were Just
about to cross, the dark llgure of a
man spuing up belore Ihem and made
nil attempt to .seise the neare.--t girl.
He stumbled as he was about to lay
hold of her, and she thus escap'-d his
clutch. Mefore he could make another
grab, the gills were iipeeding away In
the direction when they came, shout
ing at the top of their voices for help.
Secretary Mahy heard the screams,
and taking his revolver, rushed out to
Investigate. The girls by (his time had
reached Qulncy avenue again, and al
nui'.t ran Into Mr. Mahy as he emerged
ftom his front gate. The villain still
inif-ued them, but when he saw them
reach a point of safely ills disappoint
ment evidently nngeied him and he let
lly a largo cobble, which nairowly
missed one girl's head and bounded
ueioss the stieet.
lie was tinning about to lelreatwhen
Mr, Mahy turned into the Held to eap
tme li 1 111. The man did not 1 un, but
stood stolidly watching .Mr. Mahy
comlnir towaids him, until the latter
was within Ill'teen yards or so, when
he raised a pistol slowly and deliber
ately and llred point blank at his
would-be cantor. The bullet whlzze 1
past Mr. Mahy's head, but it did r.o:
halt 111 111. Leveling his own revolver,
he routined the lire, while advanclns;
on a inn, and as the whiz of the bullet
and the Hash of the powder showed
that it was not a case of filing in the
air unintentionally, the villain ducked
low and scooted down the hill. Mr.
Mahy followed, firing as he ran, till the
live chnmbcis of his revolver were
empty, but as on the occasion of a visit
from a. burglar live weeks ago, the
shooting was all in vain, and lief 01 e
they had half crossed tlte commons the
fugitive had secured such a lead, with
the aid of his terror- Inged heels, that
he succeeded 111 losing himself la the
.Mr. .Mahy, wlih Mr. Stark and John
McL'ouit, who had come on the scene
shoitly after him, scoured the field In
search of the man, but without success.
The girls went home under escort nt
Mr. Stai k.
AT THE EXCELSIOR CLUB.
Novel Entertainment Will Be Given
A novel entertainment will be given
tonight at the Kxoelslor Social club's
house 011 Washington avenue, the pro
ceeds of which aro to be devoted to
the building fund of tho now Jewish
temple. The llrst part of the pro
gt ammo will consist of a muglo doll
show, In which n number of bonn-lldo
llesh and bono Individuals are to enact
the roles of the saw-dust and kid
variety of puppets, ,
Tho curtain will rise promptly at 8
o'clock, and following tho doll show,
another novelty will be Introduced In
tho form of the tombola, a French lot
tery game. In which for a small In
vestment 11 person may secure a valu
A number of tickets hnvo already
been sold and everything points to a
great success, as the result of tho
One Faro for the Round Trip to
Washington, D, C.
For tho centennial celebration of the
establishment of the cent of govern
ment ut Washington, the Centiul Rail
road of New Jeisey will sell tickets
from all stations at 0110 faro for tho
round trip. Tickets gootl to go on De
cember 11 and to return on or boforo
December U, J
Tho combined scholarship (a contract
entltlluB the holder to both complete
courses), now offered by tho Scrunton
ISuslness College for $100, Is so liberal
a contract that very many are Dur
cluiHlng H, This offer will soon be with
drawn. Pianos nnd Organs at Guernsey Hall
at greatly reduced prices for the holi
days. Terms are rusy and goods the
llnest In tho market. 314 Washington
avenue, Scranton, Pa,
Toys, Hardware and Furniture.
At bargain prices. Athletic club fair.
SALE OP JUNK
LAW SAYS IT IS ILLEGAL TO
PURCHASE FROM THEM.
In the Porter Cases Which Were
Called Before Judge Edwards for
Trial Yesterday Attorney John F.
Scrngg Raised the Point Hint tho
Law Which Was Pnssod In 1800
Ib Contrary to the Constitution.
Judge Refused to Qunsh tho In
dictment on That Ground.
Ueforo Judge H. M. Kdwnrds yester
day Attorney John P. Scrngg raised
tho (luestlon of the constitutionality
nf the act of 1&DD which makes It a
misdemeanor to buy junk from min
ors. This Is the llrst time the mutter
hrts beeh before the court and wiw
raised yesterday In tho cases against
Alomunzo nnd AI0117.0 Porter, the Wear
Lackawanna avenue Junk dealers wh 1
are charged with receiving stolen
goods, buying from minors, and fall
ing to keep a record of purchases of
Junk as required by law.
After the case was called Mr. Scrngg
filed the following paper asking that
the Indictment he squashed:
Tho tlefctiil nits In this 1 i rrieclnilly le
qiii'its Hint the imllrltiKiit in UiIh eas agaiu-it
them he (tmt'.lit'il.
t'liit tlciniwi! the art of .isseml.lv 01 nth of
May, 18'Jll, I'. I., ivi'.i, pane 217, under wlileli
the liiillttimnl Is ihaiwi, U iimoiealt'itinnal In
tint II is in iimlliel vdth Arth le I, Sulln'i I of
the (ointlliitloii of I'tnn.i.vbanla In tint II pre
vi ills uYfciiil nits aiqnirinjr ami pos.-.i'liii;
sVeoml llocau-c sahl at of .iKimhly is in ill
reet conlllit Mllh S'iIIoii . nf ithle I nf the
ermtilutlon nf the I 'lilted Stairs in III it it im
pairs the nlilliratluii of comtialnK
Judge Kdwards refused to quash the
Indictment, and Air. Scrnpg had an ox
ccptlon noted. In the event or the con
viction of his clients, un appeal will
probably be taken to the Supreme court
and the constitutional point Involved
tested. A Jury was secured In the case
yesterday afternoon, and this moinlng
the work of taking testimony will be
gin. The other cases heaid yesterday
After court opened yesterday inorn
inging John Medon wnsj returned not
guilty by the jury before whom he
was tried Tuesday on a charge of
kicking the young son of Steve Mnrk
awilz of Mnylield. lie was recom
mended to the extreme mercy of ill
Tuesday night a .tiny was swoin In
the case of John Kukan, harg"d wllll
selling liquor without n license. Hub
ert AVllson of the .Municipal League,
was the prosecutor, and he and his
detectives bought intoxicants In Lu
kan's place on Capousc avenue. No
evidence was offered by the defensi
bu,t Attorney Joseph O'llrien, who
represented I.ukan, objected to the In
dictment oil the ground that it charges
I.ukan with selling liquor without a
license when, as a matter of fact, he
lias a bottlei's license. Mr. O'lhien
'aid the indictment was at vaiiuiu"
with tho facts and should be squashe 1.
Judge Archbald refused to do tills ami
submitted the case in the jury. A,
verdict of not sjttilty was relumed.
J. ('. Taylor pleaded guilty to sell
ing liquor without a license ptelortvl
by Hubert Wilson, of the Municipal
League. He will be sentenced Satur
day. J. J. Hartwell did not appear to
answer a charge of selling liquor with
out a license preferred also by Mr.
Wilson nnd bis bail was forfeited and
a 1 aplas was Issued for him.
Plysses Meyers was not present to
answer a chcrge of laro nv and !
celving, lodged by J. A. Taylor. HI 1
ball was I'orlelted and a capias was
issued. Halls were also I'm felted in
tlio following cases: Adolph (""rup.
inltsky, assault and battery, Alberta
'"ruplnltsky, prosecutrix: Antonio
Shelkopskl, attempt at crimmlnnl as
sault, Rosa Hnrvclskekl. prosecutrix.
John TtC'ga did not nppctir to prose
cute Joseph Ylllolo of unlawful re
lations and a verdict of not guilty
.Michael Clallngher was tried for gell
ing liquor without a lleen'o at 113
Clearfield avenue. Robert Wilson was
tho prosecutor. Several of his agents
testified to buying liquor there, and
theie was evidence )f some other
sales. The defense was that Galla
gher owns the building and tented th.
basement to his sister, Kate Galla
gher, who runs a small grocery stoie.
He knew she sold liquor and protested
against her action. She closed tho
place in August and Is now In n hos
pital In Philadelphia. In rebuttal At
torney It. L. Orambs testified that
Gallagher and Attorney W. W. T.ath
rope visited his law olllce to con
sult with his partntr, Fred K, Deers,
about securing a settlement of tho
case, Mr. Wilson also testified that
Gallagher visited hltn at his home ami
made overtures for a settlement. Tho
ense was given to tho jury about 1
o'clock and a verdict had not beon
reported up to the hour of adjourn
ment. Owen Curron, who was convicted
Tuesday of beating his wife, was sen
tenced to pay a tine of fl, costs, and
upend 30 days In jail,
John Mm covin), Joseph Ntllpht und
Mlko llllss wcro yesterday morning
returned not guilty nf aggrevated ns
suult and batterv on Peter Orowok,
and tho costs were divided between
Mike llllss and the prosecutor, Drunk.
Patrick O'Malley was returned not
guilty of having stolen an overcoat
from a man named O'Hrlon at Oly
phant and the county was directed
to pay the costs.
Louis Welsbiirger, who conducts a
wholesale liquor store at Wlnton, wa
found not guilty of fotclbly throwing
Alfred Cooper out of his pluco and
the costs were divided in equal pro
George Do Joy, an old Frenchman,
wlio Is unable to spoilt Nngllsh, was
arraigned for attempting to sot lira
to tlio bum of James Merlonie at Dal
ten. Do Joy wont Into tho barn mu
night and as Jt wiih cold he built
a lire on tho earth Poor to ep him
self warm. There was no ovidenoj
that he Intended or tiled to burn tho
barn and 11 verdict of not guilty vm
A verdict of not guilty was directed
by tlio court In the coeo of Albert
White, who was dunged with a re
volting crime on Ihu person of tho
llve-year-old son of John W. Jones.
Tho boy, could not Identify AVhlto as
Dm guilty person and court thereupon
directed 11 vVrdlct of not guilty.
The last case tried yesteulay was
that against Udlth Pond, the colored
footpadess who Is charged with steal
ing $135 from D. H. Johnr.on, nn engi
neer who resides nt Stroudsburg. He
said that a few weeks ago he was
walking along Iho street ono night
when ho was accosted by tho de
fendant who after talking with hltn
for a few ntlmttpH shoved her hand
Into his ti owners pocket and took out
his pockpthfoU bonlnlnlng $13". She
then rah away with It, lie Identllli'd
the il fuidntil as the ore who took
Later In the night tho police nr
restcd her at her home In Duiui'ii
patch and $C! In money was found In
n trunk, H wns, also shown that tho
defendant has a bad police record at
Cleveland, O., and Indianapolis, lnd
for pocket picking nnd larceny. She
served a term In tho workhouse nt In
dianapolis under the initno of Yeager.
A short time before her arrest for the
offense for which she was tried yes
terday she picked tho pockets of a
man on Linden street and when ho
tiled to take his money away from
her she stabbed hhn.
The defense was an nllbl. The Pond
woman alleged that' she spent tint
entire evening and night with her
husband a mnn who goes by the nntno
of Mori Is, and who. tho defeniRint
?n Id, Is n professional gambler. First
they went to a club house at Lacka
wanna and Adams avenues wheri
they played pool and from there to
the homo of Mrs, Stevenson In Cen
ter street, where they visited for a
lime going from there directly home,
A verdict had not beon returned nt
John Most was tho ill at man tried
In the morning. He was charged by
Joseph Nyear, who runs a saloon at
the KIdgo, with eartylng concealed
weapons. There was some evidence
that Most nourished a revolver but
none that he carried It on his person
and court declared a verdict of not
John J. riuiko was arraigned to an
swer a chatge of malicious mischief
prefer! ed by Airs. John Shonlt. Sh.'
ctstifled that llurite threw 11 stone
thtoiich a door of her home. Tin
atone also hi' her in Iho back. I'pon
that showing Hurke withdrew his plja
of not guilty and substituted one of
Mrs. Mary Haronko and Airs. Mary
Clttpko reside on tin Moosic moun
tains. They had n quarrel one day
about Airs. Daronko's nog, which re
sulted in Mrs. Hoianko severely beat
ing Mrs. Crupko. She was found
tlooigij Chun nnd William Ttlven
burg were returned guilty of stealing
potatoes, pork, etc., from John A. T.ne,
11 Scott township farmer, and Walter
Reynolds of revolving somip of tho
stolen goods', (iiailes Reynolds, win
was indicted with the others for tho
larceny was returned not guilty.
STOLEN AT LOCK HAVEN.
Owner of Jewelry, Found on Davis
and McMnnus, Discovered.
A sltoi t time ago Chief of Police Rob
ling sent out letteis to the heads of the
police depai tnients In all the cities
within a radius of 00 miles of Scran
ton, giving a desciiptlon of the jewelry
found in the possession of Geoige E.
Davis and Philip Me.M anus, alias Frank
Sloane, who were nt tested on suspicion
by the police iv few weeks ago.
Yesterday he received a communica
tion from Lock Haven, stilling that the
jewelry mentioned was stolen on the
night of October 2S from the jewelry
store of T. C. Hilton, 'of that place.
McMnnus and Davis weie arrested here
just three days afterwards.
McManus was found to be an escaped
prisoner fiom the Klnilra reformatory,
to which Institution he has been taken,
while Davis was released, there b"lns
no evidence to hold him. The Jewelry,
which Is valued at $3t), will be returned
to the Lock Haven jeweler.
OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR.
At the regular meeting of Peter Will
iamson lodge of Free and Accepted
Masons, held Tuesday night, the fol
lowing officers were elected to servo for
the ensuing Masonic year:
Worshipful master, Alfred 13. Con
nell; senior warden, Walter L. Ken
wood: junior warden, Itobeit Peck:
secretin y, C. L. Van Tlusklrk; treas
urer, Thomas K. Lyddcn; representa
tive to the Grand lodge, Charles R.
Dawson: trustees, HonW. D. Connell,
D. A. Hill and Colonel L. A. AVatres.
Put Yourself in Line.
New students are enrolling almost
daily, and, too, nearly every day some
student secures a good pnying posi
tion. Young men nnd women should
put themselves In line by enrolling at
to tlio ni.ien tn huv a beautiful nlnno
or organ for a Christmas gift. Call and
get price's and terms. J, . Guernsey,
proprietor, 314-31C Washington avenue,
COLD WAVE COMING.
And Wool Filled
415-417 Lackawanna Avenue,
A SPIKE MILL
NATURE OF INDUSTRY SECURED
BY BOARD OF TRADE.
The Name of the Firm Is Timrncs &
Hecht, nnd They Are at Present
Located in Brooklyn, N. Y., Where
They Operate a Big Spike Mill and
Galvanizing Plant They Will Es
tablish, in Addition, a Rolling
Mill In This City Buildings Will
Cover 32,025 Squnre Feet.
The exact nature of the new Industry
which Is to bu located In tho Kovscr
Vnlley, lu West Scranton, through tho
efforts of the board of trade, as previ
ously mentioned In The Tribune, can
now be disclosed. It Is to be a rolling
mill, with a splko mill and n gulvnnlss
Ing plant In conjunction.
Tlie niiino of tho firm Is Tlmmcs &
Hecht, und they come from Hrooklyn,
N. Y where they nro at piesent
located on North Sixth street. Mr.
'Ninnies and his father befjorc him have
been In tho same business for sixty
years. Mr. Hecht Is a now partner,
taken In within the past two months.
Mr, Tlmmcs was in tho city vester
dny with tho plans and specifications
for the foundations for the buildings to
be erected, and was to have met a
number of local contractors In the
morning. He discovered, however, that
a change would have to bo made In the
plans before lie could secure bids, and
ho accordingly left them with a local
architect for alteration.
He left on the 3.30 train for New
York, leaving Instructions with Secre
tary Atherton to secure bids on the re
vised plntiH and forward them to him
for consideration. Ho will return here
next Monday, when ho will confer with
Mr. Hecht, and award tho contract,
Mr. Heohl will arrive the latter end of
this week and will permanently locate
TO HUSH BUILDINGS.
The Idea Is to get the foundations of
the buildings completed before the
snowy weather sets in, so that the
work of erecting the superstructures
can be commenced in tho spring, as
soon as tlio weather permits.
Tharo are to be live buildings and
after a glance at tholr dimensions It
is not surprising that 4 1-3 ncrea of
land were purchased by Messrs. Tlm
mes and Hecht. Tho buildings and
their dimensions are ns follows:
Rolling mill, 200x80 feet; spike mill.
l.'iOxijO feet: galvanizing plant, 125x23
feet; warehouse, I5i)x;'.0 feet; office,
All the buildings will be of frame
construction, one story high. On ac
count of the nature of the Industry
it is probable that tho ceilings will be
at least twenty feet high.
In the rolling mill, the machlnery
for which is being now purchased by
Air. Hecht, the Iron rods for the manu
facture of spikes will be prepared. The
fit m .manufactures railroad, boat, ship
and dock spikes of all kinds and all
sizes. At present they buy their bar
iron already prepared, but they have
decided that it will ba cheaper to pre
pare il themselves.
In the galvanizing plant, whiidi is a
new industry in this valley, they will
galvanize certain varieties' of their
spikes and will be prepared to do any
and all kinds of galvanizing work
which may be sent them.
They expect to have their plant in
operation by the early part of next
summer. It Is undei stood that Sec
retary Atherton's estimate of the num
ber of men who would be employed
was much too conservative and that
when operations are commenced no less
than ISO men will be given employ
ment. For Sale.
Our warehouse pioperty, corner
West Lackawanna avenue and Eighth
street, being about 23 feet front on
Lackawanna avenue and 130 feet on
Kiglith street, and about 147 feet on
the line of the D L. and W. R. R
with 11 live-story brick warehouse,
tiack and switching privileges.
Also our bain lot on DIx court, about
85 feet on DIx court by 90 feet deep
to Lee court, with brick stable and
frame warehouse; located between
Lackawanna avenue and Spruce
street. Tho Hunt & Connell Co.
Is headquarters for J. W. Guernsey's
beautiful music warerooms, whoro you
can And an endless variety of the finest
and most charming pianos and organs
ever exhibited In ono place. Prices are
low and terms reasonable. Please call
and examine. 314-316 Washington ave
nue, Scranton, Pa,
Will Und this store n convenient, comfortable, satisfactory, aaf S
plaoo Tor finishing up tlio season's shopping. To those who are wt
undecided ns to what to buy: For a lady, we would suggest a g
piece of cut glass. We ate solo agents for Llbbey's, und can give 2
you a Berry Dish for $U0, a. Punch Bowl for $!)0, nnd 11 hundred m
inner nrucics 111 prices ranging between tllem. There Is nothing "n
made In china that Is desirable that we havo not In stock. Christ- Sp
inas purohuses delivered ns lute
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Gold Crowns $3
Gold Fillings $1
Bridge Work &) $3
Set of Teeth $5
All work guaranteed for ID jcars. Call and
have jour teeth examined free' of charge.
Siitlxfiatlnii or iiu pay.
One Hundred Parlor Rocking Chairs In both
Oak and Mahogany of a Unique and Stylish
Construction, Strongly Put Together, and
Upholstered in Rich Patterns of Finest Ve
lours and Tapestries. Bought to sell at 4
and worth every cent of that figure.
See Them in Our Big Show Win
dow, and take your choice of the
lot while they last at 1
In Our New Store.
406 Lackawanna Ava.
1 In Toydom's
When you bring the little fellow here to
see the Toys, prepare to spend the day; it'll take
him longer than you think to see the massive
assortment we have to show you.
Toys of every kind from the simple little
wooden affairs, to the most expensive creations
of the Toy makers' art.
You don't have to pay us so very much for
J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO.
312 and 314 Lackawanna Avenue.
Th Hnlv Duir ctafp Wo havo the hrgost and finest collection of Persian
I ne uniy KUg Jiore. and TurS, Rll(!S miJ c.irpcts, Wltsn you buy
your rugs of us it mj.ins you are sure you are getting the bust at th.' lowest price. It will
certainly pay you to see our holiday bargains.
1 Dale of Kazek Hugs at $10. each, worth $12 to $15,
50 Large Size Mowonl Persian Rugs at $18 to $25, worth $25 to $40,
The latest desiens of Wilton and Smyrna Rous at a special discount.
MICHAELIAN BROS. & CO.
CAN BE READILY FILLED IF ADVERTISED IN
THE "FOR RENT" COLUMNS OF THE TRIBUNE
us Christmas morning,
Cn. IM Wjromln Atcimib 3
- walk In .ltd Inok around s
We make a peel.ilty of lino Crown ami
nrldse Work ami it will ny J oil to eidl ami
net our prices before going elsewhere. All
work absolutely Painless.
Dr. Reyer, Dentist
814 Spruca St., Opp. Court House.
& Furniture Co:
Call and Examine
Our Line of
A great variety of styles
constantly on hand. No
slipping and falling, No
more sore and contracted
pn 126 and 128
III., Franklin Ave.
124 Washington Avenue.
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