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TMfeuNtf-WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER io, ii00.
Phosphates and Hypophoopiillcn
Added without change of taste.
Best Milk for fnmUv Uso "Babies thrive on it
i Bold by nruRgUtJ and Grocer. Write
I ME DR. HAND CONDENSED MILK CO.,
REST IN TOWN.
LACKAWANNA DAIRY C0
2 c iepbone OrrtM Promptlr U" vraJ
3,-317 Adams Avenua.
Scranton Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to. Hotels
and Private Residences.
OfflcB D., t. & W. Passenger
Btation. Phos 525.
DR. H. B. WARE,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
office HoutS t m. to K.S9 p. ra.: 5 to 4.
Williams Building. Opp. Potofllec
PAY lA . '1 110 Ilcl.riarc .mil Hiiilioii KaiTuwd
company .icMinliy ititl nt Colllctics Vo. 2 ami
Jio. 3, ami tin: Boston at Plymouth.
LICENSE 'IltANSFEItllED. The liceiw ut the
lilolu1 hotel, at "-' W.t online nvenue, lia-s bun
liai-firrctl In A. .1. and Frank l.umly. '
MEE'IIM! OP CLERKS. The Sciantou Clerk-.'
ii-wciathui, No. 211. will hold their regular
niii'liiii; tonight at il.: o'clock. atWheir lull,
I ill Spinei- -.tiLct. All inciiibcis are ejected to
IIICUI' I. Eli linnKEX. ficoufc- Victim, :i
niiiiiT in one of Hie Peine yhania Cual coin
pinyV wine", in Diininoie, .ii struck lv a pici c
ol f.illir.i; rocA jestrulni and had his tight
hi: Ir.iiturid. lie was lciiioud to the Laeka-
ItllL'IOItlC.U, THIS AFTERNOON. -In place of
the lliiii-lionoied "Cliii-tmas IMpei-," .it the
yhool nf the l.irkauaiina, time will be the
ismmI "lthetorii.il" tliii afternoon. Willi. 1111
Mainuaiini:, of I'ltlitnn, of the senior clawi, will
pie.ade. Friend-, iind fjradtiatea aie entiliiilly
invited l'ioi.iniiii3 bcgltw at 2 ci'ihuk.
WANTED IX 1IAM0KIN Olhccr .Invpli lllocli
itudi .molctl Mrs,. Jo-eph llacliiiiskie, it a
limisc mi Tenth street, whcie she was Renin,;
.is a dnini -tie. The women is wanted in Sna
rinkiii on the charge of adulteiy and desertion,
she is allien d to h.ni' lift si Mil. ill ihihlrui in
iloslitule cilinnistaneeK. Tlie Humokin autiiori
l.is hae liei'ii ecnuniinieateil with and will send
an oKrit foi lit r today.
WILL ACT WITH IT.
Action Taken by the Pittsburg Cham
ber of Commerce.
The Pltlsilntig Commercial Oazetto
ol yi'steniay hud the following in its
icport of the meeting of the board of
tiude of this city:
The ii.,sliim of a i cpirMiit.il i e .it lfHiiihi.i;
i ame up whin t'llut Mi('lintoek lelwited for
the loiuinittic on nmniiipil iltaiis. i'iie nutter
was fin illy n fund to the iiuil!w loniinittce
with powu tn ail. .so'iiie ot the members had
an nlc. i lint M.ihk) might be spent In looking
nftei legislation in wldih the tliamber would
lie jilt; li-tnl, and olbeis thought that all tint
was niuss.ii could be asiert. lined tor S1U0.
'Hie Sciauton board of tiade winte some time
HIM asking fur com I'lleil action on legUlatiou
tint might allut cities of the mi mid cla'i. It
was iipuitid that the i lumber had been umiic-
eMliil in piexioius attempts in the legisl.itiue,
but if Su.ililnii hid an) action it wanted t.ll.il'
the cbauibei would act with it ll.illnl ictoil'i
Card of Thanks.
lalilin id 'I he Tlibuue
Sir: Kindly permit me to expiust. the
thanks of my wtfe and self to the many
kind friends who have sent us letters
of eondolonee and sympathy In this
hour of ptilnful, bereavement. These
welcomo messages have been so numer
ous that wo ilnd it almost Impossible
to teply to each supiirately. May the
dear friends who have so sympnthetlo
ally reinembereil us kindly uccept tills
intimation as a faint expression of our
gratitude. James Hughes,
December IS. 3305 Marion street.
Fifteen Xmns Presents for $3,00.
Fifteen Xiuuh piesents for $3,ii0.
That's -what you can make with our
Platlno.ttu photos. They aie superior
to th.o licmbrandts.
Wp can deliver all those taken befoio
DecpmUciV-L The Cirlllin Art Co.
Clark's Xmas Tree Annex,
421 Spruco slieet.
i CHRISTMAS PRESENTS S
H Finest Imported Key West, )t
ttr Porto Itlco, Spanish and Domes- X
lie, Boxes of 25, EO and 100 each,
7. Lowest prices on Jlno goods,
J , OPEN EVENINOS.
j E. O. Dean, ;
v 408 Connell Building., ft
! PHONE B2S3. J
SHOPLIFTERS HELD IN BAIL.
large Quantity of Stolen Goods
Found in Mrs. Caperlo's Home.
The two female shoplifters arrested
on Monday by Detective Molr and Of
ficer Joseph Worn, wore arraigned lie
fore Mayor Molr yesterday morning
and held In tJOd hall for their nnpeir
nnce In court. The Polish woman,
who refused to rIvc her name on Mon
day, yesterday admitted that It fvns
Mrs. Stanislaus .Tuczlnsky, hut re
fused to kIvc her address. Hotli ob
tained bondsmen. 1
Detective Molr procured 11 search
warrant yesterday morning and went
to the home of Mrs. Cnperlo, on Ash
street. He found there a miscellan
eous collection of goods, valued at be
tween $30 and $40, which had been
stolen from various stores, showing
that she has been plying her trade for
some time back.
There wore pieces of silk and drcs.4
goods, stocking, sheets, pillow easel,
neckties, lace and rubbers In the col
lection. They were brought to pollco
headquarters, where they were iden
tified by representatives from Jonn
Long's Sons, Goldsmith's Hazunr and
the (Jlobo Warehouse, as huvlng been
taken from these stores.
BOARD OP CHARITIES
IN NEED OF MONEY
There Is Only $75.80 in the Treas
ury to Meet Claims Amounting
to Nearly $400.
The treasury of the board of disso
ciated charities, an organization which
Is doing a wonderful work In this
city, is In a most depleted condition,
despite the canvnbs made during the
pnst few weeks by the ofllcers of the
This fact was revealed at last
night's regular meeting, when Tteas
urer Kelly read his report for the
month. This showed that there is
only $75.S0 In the treasury to VQy
claims amounting to almost $100. Mrs.
Duggitn, the agent of the association,
has not been paid her salary since
The receipts for tin- past month
showed that contributions had only
been lecelved from about a half a
dozen persons, two of whom were ofTl
ceis of the board. The members pres
ent realized the necessity for prompt
action and it was decided to have
each make a personal effort to secute
funds to cany on the work of the
Mrs. Duggon's repot t. which was
read and ordered filed, gave the fol
lowing l Mamie of the work done dur
ing the month: Applications tor te
Hef, 11; cases investigated, 62; found
worthy and aided, 41; not in need, 21;
lodging and menls given, fi; transpor
tation, 7: sent to Lackawanna hospi
tal, 7; sent-to Hillside Home, 1; sent
to House of Good Shepherd, 2; sent
to friends. 3: sent to Home for the
Friendless, 3; sent to Foundling
Home, 4; sent to outside authorities,
2; given legal advice, 2; arrested, I!;
advice and direction given, IS.
m. Thie-cun broucht to the atten
tion of the board the case of Mrs. J
Carey, of West Scranton, whom she.
had arrested some time ago for entic
ing young girls Into a disorderly re
sort which she kept. The woman has
two children and it was decided to
procure a true bill against her and
then have the district attorney put
the case over. This would keep it
hanglna over her head.
It was announced that a certain
party, who does not wish his or her
-,r,i',. iiivnlcrod. has arrnneed to pro
vide a Christmas dinner for twenty-
four worthy families selected By Mrs.
To the Policy Holders in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New
So much interest was taken by the
public in the calendar Issued by the
Mutual Life for 1900, depicting Indian
scenes in the far west, that the com
pany have for 1901 issued a series of
pictures lllusttating ancient and mod
ern methods of transportation from this
"Coaestogo" and the "Clermont" to the
lightning exptess and the modern ocean
Policy holders who send me their
,...,.. iiiiiienHs nnil iinllcv number will
receive one of these unliiuc calendars
John Hughes lllackman,
Manager for Northeastern Penna,.
Mears Building. Scranton, Pa.
Patrons of the Lnrkin Soap Co.
are warned not4 to nnwer advertise
ments asking them to afldress un ait
onymuuH advertiser in Scranton or else
where, and to take notlco that money
duo us from our patrons Is payable to
us at Buffalo, Pay no money to un
Larkln Soap Co.
Two heavy and ouo light delivery
wagons; ono buggy pole; cash register;
two pipe-cutting machines; ono four
horse-power engine; $1,500 worth gas
fixtures and supplies; $2,500 plumbum'
and steam-utters' supplies, and ono
two-seated open wagon.
Hunt & Connell.
With double the usual forco In our
studio, wo are prepared to make photos
for Xmas until December 21, No mat
ter what the weather may be, you can
be sure of them. The Grlflln Ait Co.
New Blaze Light,
100 candle-power; saves 60 por cent,
gas. For sale and on exhibition at 433
Mounted Pocketbooks, Reynolds Urns.
Clum chowder, oyster, soup, baked
beans. St. Cloud hotel.
SUMMARY OF ANNUAL REPORT
OF CLERK OF THE COURTS.
Gives the Number of Persons
GhargQl with Offenses in Quarter
Sessions, Court and How Their
Cases Were Disposed of Report Is
Compiled for the State Board of
Charities and Corrections Cases
Disposed of in Argument Court,
Other Doings About Court House.
Clerk of the Courts Thomas P. Dan
iels yesterday completed the compila
tion of the annual report of the crlmcj
and mlsdemennorH of the county,
which under the law, ho Is required
to furnish tn the statu board of chari
ties and corrections.
The report covers the llvo sessions
of October and December, 1899, anil
February. April and June, 1900. Dur
ing that period there were 2,781 per
sons clint god with crime; 058 indtct?d
by the grand Jury; 1,091 persons tried;
308 convicted or plcud guilty, and if'J
acquitted or non prossed.
The greatest number of arrests was
for assault and battery, G37. Larceny
came next with 025. There were .16.?
charges of disorderly conduct, 140 of
malicious mischief and 151 of. Jlqllor
In the matter of the higher pradc of
crimes, robbery came first with 70
cases. Fifteen persons were charge.l
with murder and one with manslaugh
ter. Arson was charged it times;
burglary, 59; forgery, 12, and perjury,
There Is hardly u crime on tho
calendar that is not Included In the
list of those charged against somo
person or other In the clerk's report.
Some or the more common ones were:
Carrying concealed weapons, 23; de
sertion, "I: embezzlement, 23; false
pretenses, CD; gambling, 38; receiving
stolen goods, 20; pointing firearms, 29;
common scold, 3(1; libel, 11. i
Appended is a table giving a sum
mary of tile report:
Persons, barged with., hue
11,11s before g.and j.uy
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In Argument Court.
Cases were disposed of In argument
court yesterday as follows:
Submitted Kill l Kre-ky against ( liailes
Kic-kj, ditotcc: Annie Datis again-t .lohn PaK
Continued Poll . Cofmian against 1). S. Colt
11.111, dhoroe; !. I". Ilnber against J. lleckwith
ot n'.., mle for .1 new til.il; r.lectiie City I.iml
snd Juiproteuicnt company against the West
Itldge Coal company, tide for a new trial.
ArKt.nl -Ccorge I.. Peck, tiiistee. against Wil
liam Cciiiii'll, dcmuiicr; .lohn ltenoie & Hon
agaiii't H. Ik Leonard, mle to tile bill of portion
lft.s; Jii'iiie 1". Dean against the city of Scran
ton, rule for a new- til.il: John Tierncy against
t. Smith, deceptions to lcport of tefeice; linos
Flynn agiiiibl the Father Whitty society, mle
for a new trial; Fenner & Chappell against E. It.
Cilllllb, rule to Tntenene; I). C. tiibhs against
lie Wilton Sweet, rule for new trial.
Hule Absolute Ciulaliy Packing company
against lioodman & Weiss, exceptions to afllcUtlt
of dcleiise nnil rule for judgment; in re assigned
e-tatc Citizens' and Mlncis' S.ilng Hank nnil
Tiu-t ciiinpiny, mle to discharge assignee.
ltulc Diiilungid S. (ioltfried, tiiistee, against
II Atmburst et nl., exceptions to affidavit of de
mise, ("ieoige If. Okell against Meirilt Scott,
mle to set aside sheriff's sale.
Court refused a petition to strike
from the list the rules pending In the
matter of tho exceptions to the leaort
of viewers of the First Sewer district
Incorrigible Boys Committed.
Judges rchbald and Kelly yester
day committed to the hcuso of retuge
at Glen Falls, Michael and Gustavo
Schamberg, two incorrigible boys ot
South Scranton, whoso parents,
tluough Mrs. Duggan, of the Asso
ciated Charities, complained that they
Though only fifteen nnd twelve
years of age, respectively, these lads
wete wont to run away from home
and be absent for as long as six
months at a time. They will not work
or go to school and seemed only to
want to wander about the country or
put up with tramps at the boiler
houses of the mines or mills. How
they managed to get food Is a mystery.
Both appear to bo mentally dull and
They will bo taken to tno house of
refuge by Shot Iff Pyor today.
lieoige W, O", jr llmimoic
i.iiirctla. Swingle Dunmoio
William V. Vaius (;lllionl
Daisy II. Vail Uuloudilc
Hector D.tUs MO Qici.ii strut
Anna Moigin tl'J West Market elicit
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
S.-itniday, .Ian. Ii, 130, was fixed .is the time,
Or the turtliir aiknow cdgtir.cnt nt slirtlll'H dueR
P. F. .Mi'iaii was ,estuday icleisul en W
ball, fmnislud bifoie Jinlgo Killy, by .1, .1.
Anna .1. (ilraty applied for ilhouc jcnteiday,
fiom hi i aUigcd ah.ishc hi'sb.ind, M. I,, (iliaty.
They wire mairleel .luno 17, lSsl, and llcd to
gether until Oil. t, IbM. Frank Ik Iloilc Is the
Saved dollars nto RAFR from
all unwlso extravagancies. Ono
has a chaneo to think twico be
fore spending them,
How much better to make Huro
of cool, deliberate judgment as
to how each dollar shall bo made
to do the right thing,
TRADERS NATIONAL BANK
Cor. Wyoming and SpvuA
LECTURE THURSDAY NIGHT.
Hon. Clinton Rogers Woodruff Will
Speak Before Men's Union.
The Men's Union, of Green Ridge,
have secured the esrvlees of the Hon.
Clinton Rogers Woodruff to assist them
In their municipal reform work. On
Thursday evening of this week he will
lecture in the chapel of the Green Ridge
Presbyterian church on "The Con
ditions, Processes and Progress pf
In Philadelphia, Mr. Woodruff Is the
reform leader. He has become so,
Inrgoly because of his persistency and
ability. To him the Independents In
Philadelphia largely owe their pro
nounced success In a number of times
electing "city ofllclnls. As a practical
reformer, although young 'in years, ho
has attained a national repute. Ho Is
prolific as a writer upon political, edu
cational and civic themes, and his con
tributions nro seen In the leading
Ho Is chairman of the union commit
tee for the promotion of ballot reform
and tlte merit system In Pennsylvania,
counsel for the Municipal league, sec-
retnryof the National Municipal league,
secretary of tho Bible Education asso
ciation, nn onicer of the American
Academy of Political and Social Sci
ence, the National and State Civil Ser
vice Reform leagues, the Pennsylvania
Ballot Reform association, counsel for
the Allied Organizations for Good Gov
ernment In Philadelphia, promoter ot
University Extension work, and an ac
tive member ot church and charitable
Mr. Woodruff is a. member of the
Union league, Philadelphia's leading
club, the University club, the Contem
porary club, and other organizations.
He is a graduate of the college depart
ment and the law school of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania. Among his
writings of note are contributions upon
the water Bupply of cities, city char
ters, and other municipal topics. He
was elected to the state legislature four
years ago on the Republican ticket, and
was re-elected two years ago.
Will Be Held at WUkes-Barre Dur
The Wllkes-Bane second annual pho
tographic exhibition and salon will be
Oct. Dec. Fell. Apill. "Jmu.
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held at the Club House of the AVIlkes
Ilarre Wheelmen Feb. 21, to 24, 1901.
The 1900 exhibit was a very creditable
one and highly commended by follow
ers of the photographic art. The ex
hibition this year will be of a much
higher standard, and the limited num
ber of two hundred and fifty pictures
to be shown will bo t igidly selected by
a critical jurv.
It Is the Intention to make the
Wllkes-Barre exhibition an annual af
fair, and the artistic standard equal
to that of the large cities. The judges
that have been engaged are men piom
inent in the Held of pictorial uhoto
graphy and whose criticisms are ac
cepted the world over.
Photographs by amateurs from the
Lackawanna and Wyoming valleys
that wore not accepted for the general
exhibition will mnke up a separate ex
hibit but will not be catalogued.
Prospectus can be obtained from
Floroy &. Brooks and John H. Kemp,
dealers in photo goods, this city, or by
request to R. S. Kaufman, secretary,
330 South Main street, Wilkes-Barro,
To the Republican Voters of the
Fourteenth Ward, Scranton, Pa.:
Notice is hereby given that a caucus
of the Republican voters of the Four
teenth ward of the city of Scranton will
be held In Co-operative hall, oA North
Main avenue, In said ward, on Friday,
December 21, 1900, nt 7.30 p. m., for tho
purpose of nominating Republican can
didates for the offices of select council,
alderman, assessor, registers, judges of
election and Inspectors of election.
George F. Kelloiv, Chaliman.
Clear Havana Cigars.
20,(100 imported and Key West cigars
at New Votk prices for box trade.
O'Hora's cigar store, 4.H Spruce street.
The busy shoe stores of Lewis &
Rellly will be open this evening and
every evening until after the holidays.
Fancy Leather Bags. Reynolds Bros.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS.
We are showing a very fine selection
of novelties for presents.
Bisque and China Statuettes, Vases, Etc.
Wedgewood and Boxwood China Pieces,
Bohemian Ornamental Glass Ware,
Beautiful White Crest Ware,
Ebony Toilet Sets,
Sterling Silver Novelties,
Cut Glass Pieces, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Gent's Umbrellas, Lace Handkerchiefs,
Silks, Dress Goods, Furs, Etc,
With every so cents worth of Handketchiefs and every pair ol
Gloves sold at.fj.oo or, more we will give a beautiful box,
415-417 Lackawanna Avenue,
THE BIG DEAL
NEW YORK CENTRAL SAID TO
BE PLAYING BIG HAND.
Carrying Out the Pi on Made At the
Conference, with the Pennsylvania
Railroad Management in 1800 Af
ter Collieries in Hazleton Region.
Way the Defeat of the Now Road
Project Is Looked at in Pittsburg.
What the Philadelphia Stockholder
Thinks About It.
"New York Central Is playing the
big hand in the present nnthraclto
coal deals," says a Philadelphia dis
patch. "It Is now New York Central's
turn to cover Its end of the plan made
with tho Pennsylvania railroad man
agement In the famous conlorenco (of
"It has begun by securing tho Bos
ton and Albany line and tho Penn
sylvania Coal compnny's nineteen col
lieries at $30,000,000 through the J.
Plerpont Morgan syndicate.
"It was stated today that the Cross
Creek Coal company the Kckley B.
Coxe estate, at Drltlon, Freoland,
Derringer and Ellengowan had been
seeureJ by the Morgan syndicate, the
nine collieries going nt $11,500,000.
"The George B. Marklo & Co. proper
ties, five In number, at Highland,
Jeddo and Japan, It is said, arc to fol
low, at $0,700,000, and the properties of
the Pardees, at Hazleton are bid for
on tenders nt $7,500,00').
"It was further stated today that
negotiations were on for the Lehigh
Coal nnd Nnigatlon company's eight
collieries In the Panther Creek valley,
four miles over from Tomaqua.
"Prospective deals show that thesi
properties are on the Morgan list. nnl
the announcement was made today
that an offer of $14,000,000 had bei-n
made for Lehigh Na Igatlon.
".John C. Haddock, a leading i pt-r-ator
at Wllkes-Barre, whose mines
are located at Forty Fort, on the
west side, said todny:
" 'I have heard that the ventures
and investments would take up all ot
$190,000,000. That may be true, as the
properties In sight are Immensely val
uable, and the prospects are that If
they do not sell they will be crowded
out on the transportation.
", 'Thete Is always such a thing as a
lack of cars or failure of motive power
on the part of railroads, and opera
tors will have their pi Ice when ap
proached, " 'The individual operator is, I hear,
open to tenders, and the movement Is
quite extensive. It covers tho Held.' "
SORROW IN PITTSBURG.
"The absorptton of the Pennsylvania
Coal compa'ny of Scranton by the an
thracite coal roads caused the keenest
regret in Pittsburg, as one more pos
sible Independent outlet to the sea
board is thus blocked," says the Pitts
burg exchange. "It was said to have
been the scheme of Brenton Welling,
the New York promoter, who has in
terested himself in the local rate sit
uation, to have secured several small
roads, link them up with the Delaware
Valley e Kingston railroad, proposed
by the Pennsylvania Coal company,
arid build enough now line to bring the
road Into Pittsburg. The fact that the
Pensylvania Coal company, the richest
private coiporation of Its kind in the
state, had determined to 'build a lino
of Its own gave encouragement to those
striving to gain nn outlet here.
"It is said that routes were surveyed
toward Wllliamsport, and that it was
the hone of the New York promoter
that the Pennsylvania Coal company
could be induced to assist in building
to the west in connection with the
Pittsburg interests deslting an inde
pendent outlet. The ' big anthracite
coal company was Interested In the
scheme by tho Independent operators of
the hard-coal region, and plans had
been matured for a line from Kingston
on the Hudson river, to Honosdnle. It
was the intention to build later west
ward to a point near Wllliamsport and
that the rest would be easy."
The event of greater Importance,
which overshadowed all other occur
rences of last week, was the change of
ownership of the Pennsylvania Coal
'company, which, In passing Into control
of the Erie, was a matter of vital im
portance and a direct and great stride
In the direction of concentration ot
ownership of the Pensylvania anthra
cite coal fields, besides lemoving ap
prehension regarding building of the
proposed Independent coal road, tights
to which, owned by the Pennsylvania
Coal company, are by transfer of tho
latter turned over to the Erie. Phila
Newest Calendars. Reynolds Bros.
Cookery Is Become an
Art A Noble Science
Said mi old writer before the diy when Chafing DUIim had rntchrcl llitir tirwenl
liiTfcctlon. tlhe jour snccthettrt one ot these silver rnntvcl. If she Ii A lrl ho
will blew J on. If he Ii it man, he will be mora deeply In loie for your flattering
discrimination. Kery man dciicvm in nil oiu ttiat no can cook littler than mom 5
women. Frequently he Units out bin mlntakc anil takes a few nurrcplltloiit chaflnir tliah 5
lessons. If you malic n present of one with frjlng pan, rpoont and Parlous other S
...H.k.nlMiml. ..a., t. Ill i mnfft twwM.lnr than If ..At !.., .1.1 IaIm n mImm .AMtitlw. '-i
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Geo. V. Millar & Co. "JSSa"?
Gold Crowns $3
Gold Fillings $1
Bridge Work (TKJh) $3
Set of Teeth $3
All work Ktiarantccd for 10 jears. Call and
hive your teeth examined free of chaige.
Satisfaction or no pay.
Schimpff, the Jeweler,
That's the name. You've heard it a good many times
most every time in fact, when jewelry is the topic of conver
sation, for the one implies the other.
Schimpff, the Jteweler,
Has much to show you in the Gift It e more than you'll see
in most other stores. Not only more, but something "dif
ferent" novelties that appeal to you, because of their
Schimpff, the Jeweler,
Has everything going in the jewelry line. Think ol what
you want ; it's there. Prices, too, are less than you think,
when you consider that no matter what you buy, quality is
317 Lackawanna Avenue.
0 The New NcFersIlp As
K plialt Removable
55 HORSESHOE CALK.
' lfjW.OA AAnllAt dllk
liuinc VMiiuvt aaij
and will outweur three
sets or any other calk
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Maybe this list of articles and prices will help you a bit.
The range of prices is the greatest possible when you stop to
consider prices. Pay less, and quality suffers. Pay more and
well, you don't need to pay more, if you come here.
I.AIIHV SOLID MLVI'.U
with Kcnuine opal ettlni;,
elsewhere prlicil at lj-'..1ii;
llanv othei.t iii t 5.0". I
(JI'FF LINKS, (jold tilled, with
Kcnuine opal tettln?, HV. i
pill', and othen up to 5.00
HAT PINS, cold tilled, plain
and stone s,et! our choice
nf about 'J'i otjlen at .')
LoitfiNErn: chains, cold
tilled, full lensth, with
icw'il set bUiUs, ''(
NOVELTY I1ELTS, cold tinsel,
with ciy hamlioiiie hucklc-i,
JIANK I'IIE AND DEtK PIEC
., fttrlini; Ucr. heavy cni
linM,cil handle"!, choke at M
LADIEV AND MISSES' CHAIN
llllACKI.I'.TS, sterling ellur,
with loch and key, 1.0U
STKKL1NC. SII.VKK PUltSES,
large olne, clra heavy em
lioosed top, with rlntr Binl
chain attached. J-RH
STEllLINd SILVER CIIA1L-
LAINE MA(1S, laicjo bn
Nolilercil links.wlth ciiibcnccl
DIAMOND nHOOCIIE! All
tint Wry latest designs
lieatitlfully pearl set Knam-i-llecl,
Open Work, Hearts,
Wteaths, riunburais and a
number ot other ntylei, from
S 00 to Id)
platen, eitni l.iriiP hint '"
fee put, te.i put, Miuur bowl,
ileum pitcher and bponi
holder, Mtln eunr.iM'd, lum
Ulete set, H.'W
'CWXIHXAMIA, 4 lUht-, qJ-
diuple plule, headed trim
. minus, all Kt.tlei up to l.uo
'CIIIMl'S SET OF llOOERh"
k 11KST PLATE, ttlth pearl
li.uiillc Unifp; chuhe of 1
fancy pitteins; complete
act, iJ-MjII; othei hum
Sun, to 4.W
'f.ADlF.S' UAMfeOME ATI II.
liunlUiC c.i-e, hoiiii ifh.ii.li
Kold .mil tilted with a line
VI,1)M' Slll.il) OOI.l) HU.Vi'-
IXtl CAhi: V.Ti;iii:m. en
gine tiirneil nnd beautifully
nuriMCil. fitted with W.il
llum, EIrIii r Duebcr
IliimnilPii motcmciiU, 18.W)
I.AI)li:V ll-KAIUT liOI.Il
J'lM.Kt) WATCH, liuniiuu
i. lie, uiuwiiteed for 25
tali, and fitted with a
UEX'S SOLID GOLD
KAItAT O P K -r A ' r.
WATCH, new thin model,
"ierv t)IUh," I'lJi" l'l
Mini imw, fitted with Wal
tham or Elgin jewelled moe-
mi nl j .1 1 U(
MK.VS 'oOIjO KirYT. Ell
WA11.1II.S. miniiiiB o-"-,
HiMuntral-for 21) jcars, en
gin turned or fancy en
craved nnd fitted with W al
lium or Elsln moement,
A. E. Rogers,
For Christmas the liandnuniGst nml largest display nf llox Pupois evt
brought to Scrnnton. Huylner thl at a reul stntlonery Btoro assures you
thu bust value and Uiu'iuost tasteful selection. Our boxes uro made for
us especially, Many novel designs and quality of tho best. Uxvee, rich
boxes from CO cents to S7.50. Genuine Mnhogany Iioxes tilled with paper
at hardly tho cost of tho wood.
Stationery Sets, Desk X'ads, Pens, Penholders, Fancy Ink Stands.
Your most critical tasto or fancy satlsiled In tho fullest degree.
R. E. PRENDERGAST,
WASHINGTON AVENUE. Scranton, Pf.,
....i.. .. VU EMUUIU JV1I, W ILH'1111 rw.M,..
Our Rjntem of PAlNl.KSS Penllntry la far
ulterior to the old method of doing work.
Wo botli fill and extract teeth .without tint
least particle of pain. Our prices for tho
present are extremely low, and If yon are In
need of any Dental itork. Call and liava
your teeth examined.
Wo makn n specialty of lino Crown and
Ilrldjro Work and It Mill pay you to tall and
l?ct our prices before KohiR elsewhere. All
work absolutely Palnlcs.".
SU Spruce St. Opp. Court Home.
nn 126 and 128
IU., Franklin Ave.
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DIVM0N11 Cl'FP l.lN'Kai Solid
fluid, Itoman t'nUh, new
dehlcrns, el with larijo dta-
inoiiiN; price 5.00 to 73.00
DIAMOND EAllItl.NUS in
baniUonie clmter and ainnle
btcne HCltingii. fiom
S.W to lA'i.OO
LADIES' DIAMOND 1HN0S,
haniNome, brilliantly cut
illanioniN In solid gold Tif
fany ..eulncr, 10.(0
LADIES' DIAMOND UINQS,
Bood size 111 plain or Uelrlicr
n.lhl gold fCltlncr, 7,00
MISSES' DIAMOND IllNfiS in
fancy hl(?li setthur of solid
trolil, with tine cut stone,
SOLID HOLD JKWEKIjY.
MEN'S SOLID HOLD CHAIN
witlt haml-iome Intaglio
ALSO A FULL LINE of other
choice htylcj) in 10 and II
karat, from 0 00 to 28 50
SOLID OOLD NECKLACES.
Willi 3-heart penclauu, i.u:
otlicrs with and without
pendants from 2.25 to O.i'i
LADIES' SOLID HOLD
BROOCHES In every con
reliable .tlc. from
SCARF OR STICK PINS, gold
mountings, ISO or more at!ei
tn select front, at l"
LADIES' AND MISSES' SOLID
HOLD RINOS; ical pearl
and doublet combinations in
handsome new settings, 2.50
CHILDREN'S SOLID COLD
CHASED HAND ItlNOS, also
fancy atono Bettings, worth
up to ?l,00, "0
213 Lacka. Ave.
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