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THE SCRANTON TMBUNE-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1900.
S "Best Milk for Family Use."
3 "Babies thrive on It."
1 PR, HANDS
Taste not changed.
BETTER THAN CREAM
Sold by tiiocers ami Druggists,
The Dr. Hand Condensed Milk Co.
Writo for booklet.
nnsr in town.
UCIIIWAHII1 EAIRY CO
Stlophonc Orders Promptly Delivers I
:3f-3l7 Adams Avenuk
Scranton Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Private Residences.
Office D., Z. & W. Passenger
Btntion. Phone 625.
DR. H. B. WARE,
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat
Ofl1r Hour9 a. jn. to 12 SO p. m. : I lo
Wllltums Bulldlne. Opu. PostotllPfv
I CITY NOTES :
citiLnrtiiN's skiivici:s. At r.n o'clock to
night there will be spril.il children's ncnices it
tho Linden htrcot tjnagogite in eclobiatlon 01 the
HELD UXIlllU Al)VISi:Mi:XT. At a meeting
of the boanl of paidons at H.irrNburg, Weeluo
iliy, the iao of Augustine Xolli, convicted in
this county of miiidci m the second dcgicc, was
held under adust ment.
ILL-TOAIj PleACTlCK. AIh. llllen Itenshaw, of
'i-.t Hiuntnii, was luiil in .:M lull by Alder
oun Millar Wednesday night on the charge of illi
gaily practicing inedlcine. A min mined llobin
ton preferred the charge.
niST.00 Ti:n SllOl'i.linit. "Stephen l.csing, of
TrMiip, was (.iV.cn to the Lackawanna lio.pit.il
eUicIav with a dislocated should 'i. ".bile he
wis unloading pi ink fiom a ear nutldo .1 .le'ssim
breaker one of the heavy timber fell anil tiu. k
him, seriously injuring hi-, slioulder.
st. josr.nrs sontTv Mi:r.Tix:. Then- win
lie a meeting of St. Joseph's society .it Si.
Thomas College chapel this afternoon at :i o'clock
to receive reports from the committee-, in charge
of the Foundling Home coneert. All pulies lin
ing tickets ate loqucsled to make U'turns at this
LAkCT.SY OF OrCKCOAT. Kathcrhip jfcfiln
rils, of Ita.vmond court, was held in 500 lull by
Alilemun Millar jmtcrday on the elnige of the
larceny of an ocieoat belonging to TIhh'mh Dul
ler, colored. It is alleged tint the MiCiluuls wo
ran cnteied the haloon where llutler was w 01 king
iml removed the overcoat, which was later found
in her possesion.
KMllKS'ZI.KMGN.T riiAUCKR I. T. Davis, for
ineily tnaingcr of the Waldorf Shoe compaii),
was ycstculay held in ijoi) lull liy Alderman
Kasson on the iliarmi of enili(.llng ssjoo of the
company's funds. Some weiU ago lie hft the
city and 11 Miortage w.h illscoveinl in his ae.
lounts. Ho lelinned soon afteiw.ir.N and claim,
tint ho has hince been cneleavoiing tn fettle tlw
10 MIXl' mil I'JtUTIlT.-Tho following
members of the old Rcr.intnu team will leport for
practice Saturday afternoon at 2,:i0 sli.iip at Ath
letio pailt: Conncry, Chailes fielbert, Zaug,
Sweeney, WaMi, Dan Gelbeit, lM.m-r, Decker,
Coggliih, I'rcil fillboit, Jnlin Krefe, rie eland,
Horan. Hie team met for tigiul piactlce latt
lit jlit and are in llrht class condition for the
IS STILT, MISSi.VG.-Jol.il Munle.i, the Avoca
councilman for whose aiiest a waitaut was l.ued
Pee, II liy Aldeiman .Millar on the clmge of a.
Faulting Hie conductor and motoinun of a Mno.le
street car, Is still nt latere, and Ids wlieicabouts
is wiapped In m.istery, 'ihe waii.mt was Usuul
nt the Instance of the speclul olllieis of the S'cian.
ton Hallway company, und It Is allcgid tint Man
ley not only aiulted the cai's vitw, but nisi
trnoriicd tho paiiengers ami broke feui it win
dons. Cigars by the Box.
Standnrd brands. 12 or 27, lit a box
(or $1.00 or more at O'llara's cigar
store, 431 Spiueo street.
Fancy Leather Bags, Itoynolds Bros.
Boxes of 25, CO and 100 each;
Imported. Freshest stock. Finest
quality Key West, All Vuetta,
Clear Havana, l C'aracter, Cor
Ina, Duo do Alba, Holace, Domes
tic, the great "Cleo. Fox" and
E. O. Dean.
40S Connell Building,
CONCERT TOMORROW NIGHT.
Cornell Clubs Will Be Heard nt Bi
cycle Club House. '
The glee, bnnjo runt mandolin clubs
of Cornell University rtlvc n Joint con
eert Siitttrduy nlglt tn the Hcranton
Ulcycle club ball. Althotirxh It Is their
lltst appearance In this city, their
fume as entertalncra litis been spread
abroad by the Scranton ntumnl who
have taken a personal Intel est In mak
ing tho concert a Htteceflf. The fifty
yotitiff men In the putty represent tho
musical talent of the university, tho
places having been won by comnetl
tlon. After the concert, which will
befiln early, the students will be enter
tained with diinclncr.
The rlttbs pltived in New York last
evening and the program was well
leeelved by the large audiences. This
Is the lust concert on tho trip, the other
cities visited being Wilmington, Wash
ington, Pittsburg, ilradford nnd
Hochestcr. The program differs In
many lcspectH from tho usual college
musical performance. It beghw with
the song of the university, "Rir
A'bove Cayuga's Waters," and will bo
ended when the low strains of the Cor
nell Kvenlng nong die away.
The old familiar songs nnd Ume3
have been dropopd for n new line of
college music which lias become popu
lar with end of the century students.
MAYOR MOIR WILL
NOT SIGN THE BILL
Sent a Communication to Councils
Last Night with Roforence tt
tho Asphalt Ropaix Bill.
Mayor Molr has sought legal advice
as to whether he chould sign the bill
for $1,3S0, the seventh quarterly pay
ment to the TJarber Asphalt company
under their $175,000 contract, and he
has decided that under no considera
tion whatever will he approve of the
This final decision was announced
last night In a communication sent to
eouncIK After citing tho terms of the
contract und referring to the recent
revelations of bilbery In Alderman
Puller's court, which swoin testimony
he savd Is uncontradicted, the mayor
"As I tinclci stand tho law, no peison
or corporation who by offering bribes
or rewards for the votes of councllmen
or for the approval of the executive of
the city does the same in vlolaton of
the public morals and the laws of this
commonwealth should have the as
sistance of the law to reap the bene
fits of their own unlawful acts. Fraud,
bilbery and collusion will vitiate any
transaction, and therefore if fraud In
obtaining this agreement or contract
be shown, either expressed or moiled,
the parties cannot enforce the agree
ment which they tbeinselvs have vio
lated the law to obtain. As the nntter
stone's, T believe it to be my dutv as
chief executive of this city to with
hold my approval of this bill."
In speaking about the matter to a
Tribune man yesteiday, the mayor
"I was forced to ariive at this con
elusion after hearing the earnest re
quests made by many of our be-t citi
zens. Many of the very men who two
yea is ago were r'olng everything In
their power to get me to sign the ordi
nance awnidlng this contract are now
asking me not to sign this bill. Thov
do Ibis because they believe now, as T
have believed all along and as I said
In council, that this contract was born
In sin and conceived in iniquity.
"The burden of proof rests now en
tirely with the aspbalt company. Its
officials have not denied any of the
statements made in Aldeiman Fuller's
ofllce. They will find themelves tho
defendants In a pietty good-sized law
suit one of there days."
When the communication was read
in select council lust night It was re
ferred to the pavement conimi'tce, de
spite the protests of Mr. Chlttend"u,
who believed that councils had noth
ing to do witli the matter, it b"lng
to bis mind, merely a question to b3
settled between the nniyor and the as
WAS HOTLY ATTACHED
Matter of the Indebtedness of Lacka
wanna Township Up for Con
si deration in Court.
A large part of the morning session
of court yesterday was taken up by ar
guments on the exception!.' to the io
liort of Hon. John I. Qiilnu.m. com
missioner In the matter, of the Indebt
edness of Lnekawannn township.
n will be icmembered, Mr. Qulnnan
In his leport essayed to select the pood
from the bad claims, as he viewed them
under tho law nnd the evidence, nnd
then thiow out what lie consldoicd bad.
The lotnl Indebtedness of the town
ship, summing up all the presented
claims, wns In totiiid numbeis $10,000.
Mr. Qulnnan threw out about $20,000
worth of these claims. Yesterday the
attorneys representing theso disallowed
claims strove to have court send back
the report to the commissioner with In
structions to Include their restieetlvo
claims lit tho approved list.
Among the attorneys who took tutus
at tearing up the cnmmisslonei'a Und
ines weie; Heeia & Gr.tmbs, Joseph
O'Hrlcn, Wlllard, Wnrien & Kiutmi,
Walter Hiiggs, Welles .t Torrey, George
D. Taylor. T. 1'. Ilulmn, James E, Wat
kins, P. W, Stokes and Cornelius Com
egys. Attorney M. J. Donahoo, solic
itor of Lackawanna township, opposed
COUNTER SUIT BBOUGHT.
Attorney Bealo Begins Proceedings
Against B. E. Kotchum.
Attorney Oeorgj W. Dealo yesterday
began an notion boforo Alderman Mil
lot, of the Sixth ward, against A. K.
Ifetchum to recover uttoruey foes In
tho etu-o of 15. JO. Kotchum, whom h v
cieiciuieu on mo ciiaigo or embezzle
ment, This action Is u counter one to that
wherein Kotcliuin kooIcb tho lotuin of
money fiom Mr, ll-ub., and which the
latter claims ho offered to udjust with
a settlement of his fees,
Mounted fountain pens. Reynolds Bros.
Mrs. Winslow'b Soothing Syrup
lias been meet for over I'lffV VI.'ahs iiv
MILLIONS ol MOfllLUS tor their CIllLnitFs
WllLi: '1KCTIHNG. with I'KHKLCT SL'CCm
It ROOTIIKS Hie- CHILD, SOFTENS the (iUJIS
ALLAYS all PAIN; C'JIIF.S. WIND COU(" ami
H the bet remedy tor PHIIlllIOKA. Sold Iiv
WruggiiU in eiiry part of the world. n0 ,uro
and usk for "Mm. VUnslow'ii Soothlm," Syrup''
and take no other kind. Twcnly-Uto icutj a
SOLD AT RETAIL UNDER BOT
His Attorney Claims That Ho Should
Bo Sentenced as Directed in tho
Act of 1801, but This Idea Is Op
posed by the Attornoy for tho Mu
nicipal League, Who Contends
That Lukan Ought to Be Sentenced
Undor the Act of 1887 Other
Court Houso News.
At the last term of criminal court,
John Luknn, the Canousc, avenue bot
tler, was convicted of selling at retail.
When ho was called up for sentence,
hs attorney, Joseph O'Hrlen, contended
that ho could not be given the penalty
prescribed by the Act of 1SS7, the mini
mum of which Is $500 line and tlitee
months In tho county Jail, because ho
was not guilty of selling without a
license. The sentence should be Im
posed, Mr. O'Hrlcn held, under the Act
of 1S01, which prescribes that a bottler
who exceeds the authorityof his license
shall pay a lino not exceeding $100 and
bo Imprisoned for not mote thnn sixty
days, either or both at the discretion of
the court. The matter came up In ar
gument court yesterday.
Fred E. Doers, of counsel for the
Municipal league, which is prosecuting
tho case, held that Lukan should bo
sentenced under the 1SS7 act, because It
vns under that act the Indictment was
drawn and under that act he was con
victed. Futthermorc, he pointed out
that, at the time of Lukan's arrest,
Lukan bad no license whatever. 1Io
had purchased the bottling establish
ment from a man named Kos-s, but had
neglected to have the license trans
ferred, and It wns not until six weeks
after the arrest that the transfer was
accomplished. Court held the motion
under advisement. Other cases were
disposed of as follows:
Iiiilgimint HmcH'Ml-Cumuiniittealtli .u.ilnst
John Vackej, eirtlor.nl.
Hole Itclnstaten-S. Gottfried, trustee, against
II. Ariiilmr-l et j cucptions to iiflidaWt of de-
Argued Juiiies Saul nnd Stephen Dyer against
City Cleric Martin T. laivelle, mandamus; Wlni
fied Collins agilnst Thomas Collins, rule to open
Continued Commonwealth agiliist Morris
Wormier, appeal fiom summary conviction; in re
cliiugc of lulling place, l'omtli dMiict, Second
waid, Scianton; Commonwealth against Itobeit
Mo.ur, lule to limit foifeiture; Forest lily poor
director, appeal fiom ouhr of iiimn.il; Com
monwealth ,ig.ilnt l'etcr C1110II. mle to strike
off foifeitme; Comnionwi'illli eg.iint Joseph Kill
e.nage, mle to remit io-,U; Conunonweallli
ng.iint Michael Cunningham, rule for a new
trial; in le condemnation of l'ioidence and
Abingtou turnpike, exceptions to appointment of
mister and juiy of iew.
DiMonliiuieil Commonwealth agiinst 11. W.
Howard, appeal fiom summary louvietion.
itule Absolute Commonwealth against Frank
Meiiiiiuo, mle to limit costs; Comniomualth
,igiui3t J. I'. Kill, lule to leinll costs; Com
monwealth agahi't Katlieriue Angeln, rule to re
mit rust; in re mle to change polling place in
Not Hi Aliiiwton; ( oninionwealth ag ilnsl lieorge
Ik Cnnier, rule to lemll costs.
Aiaucd Ciimnionwialth agaiiisl John T. Howe,
lute to set aside luidlug of gland jiui; Common
wc'ilth against .leuule itubbiu-, mle to strike o!f
Submitted ( oinuionwi.ilth against John Fugu
son, mle to 'ttike olf foifeitme; In re contested
elect lull of Nicholas Glenn and Thoinis IIhiiiIii,'.
O III' HANS' COL'ltT.
Aigued relate of Nathaniel l'ltih, esci'pllons
to auditoi's report; estate of Alex. Dooke, excep
tions to auditor's report; estate of Phoebe Amy
simrnll, esi'cplions to auditor's leport.
Continue!! IMatc of Joseph V. Kieiuli, ceep
tlons to auditoi's report; estate of Ann A. Con
nolly, mle to leiuoee eeiutoi; estate of llelieic 1
Colby, exceptions to lht pirti.il ae count; istite
of Jnlm W. limb, eeeitiriis to auditor's lepoit
hiilmiittid- I. -lute of Mldml Mi Poiiough et ill.,
mle to dlscliuge gunill.111; Mate of I'l.ink Wit-km-ki.
mle lei ilischnge .iiltnf nlt r.it 01 .
II11I0 Hi-cliaiged-IMdle ot Cabin Parsons, lule
for nu aeiouutiu.
Court adjourned for the holiday vaca
tion, to meet again Jnnuary .", 1901.
Anothor Pair of Divorces.
Two more divoices were decreed by
court yesterday, Judge Kelly handing
MIehlele Lumonea proved that his
wife, Lucia, to whom ho was married
In 1SS9, had been living In Plymouth
with one Dr. Vincenzo Sarlo In October,
1S98, and for a year thereafter, and that
she had a child by him. This was con
sidered sufficient ground for a divorce.
The Lumoneas formerly lived In Oak
ford court. Vosburg & Dawson repie
sentod the llbellant.
David Jones wns gi anted a divorce
from Elizabeth Williams Jones on tho
ground thnt she deserted him nnd went
to live with Frank Collns, as Mrs. Col
lins, at the boarding house of Mrs.
ltose Repp. Mrs. Jones Is n sister of
Mrs. May Williams TUnslnnd.
Tho Joneses weie married July 11,
1S92, and lived together eight months.
It. II. Ilolgato was the attorney for the
Extra Work Was Done.
Attornoy William H. Roe, referee In
the case of Finnic Egll ngainst Will
iam Friedman and William Goodman,
filed a report yesterday, containing a
finding In favor of tho plaintiff and
against both defendants In the sum of
$.12.24, the full amount of tho claim.
Egll claimed for extra work on a wall
which ho built for Friedman and which
was ordered by Goodman, who was
supervising the construction as agent
for Friedman. Goodman denied that
the extra woik was either ordeied or
Sned dollars nro HAFlJ fiom
all unwlso extravagancies. Ono
has a chance to think twice be
fore Hpuullng them.
How much better to make sure
of cool, deliberate judgment as
lo how each dollar shall bo mudo
to do tho right thing.
TRADERS NATIONAL BANK
Cor. Wyoming and Spruce
done, but the referee thought otherwise.
Counting the Vote.
No discrepancies between the vole
announced In Tho Tribune nnd that of
the oniclal ictiirns wns shown by vos
terday's olllcal account of the ballots
cast at Tuesday's special election,
The count was made by 'Deputy Pro
thonotnry John Ciimmlngs, under the
supervision of Judge Archbald, nnd was
certllled In time to permit thu newly
elected councllmen to bo sworn In at
last plght's meetings.
T. V. M1I.11I11
Kills P. Ke.xes
Kiillir.in II. Jones
Itlihard i:. P.nls
Mary I'. Jones
llczarilluo Cohuponts ....
John J. Mahoily ,
Kitahull A. Coleman ...,
..... 1 Aberdeen
...lit) Prospect avenue
US Ilher street
M7 lloberts court
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Frank Oiircp, alias Zopp, accused of Btiullng
linns from the Pelaw.iic. Lickawanna and West
ern, Delaware and Hudson anil Scranton Railway
eompiiiic", was released on $000 ball furnlRhed
.eeflerilay belote Jinlgo Arehbilil by W. P. Wells.
'Ihe viaduct, matter Is to lie heard today In
WON THEIR FIGHT
Carrying Companies Have Agreed to
Pay Them for Their Coal on tho
Sixty-llvo Por Cent. Basis.
Local membeis of the Anthracite Op
erators' association are home from the
New York meeting, and with their re
turn conies the information that the
programme forecast In The Tribune
wns carried out to tho letter.
The new contracts offered by the
transportation companies were pre
sented by the committee nppolnted lo
secure better terms for the Independ
ents, and after a lengthy discussion It
was decided to accept tho new terms.
This leaves each operator free to
enter Into a contract with any transpor
tation company he chooses to sell hlj
coal to, and, of course, menns also that
tho piojecls for fighting the transcor
tatlon companies with a new road, or
nny of the other means considered, are
The transportation companles.through
their committee which conferred with
the Independents' committee, agreed
that thoie would be no discrimination
shown for or against any operator. TIie.
contiaets will bo unifoimly diawn and
no operator will be given nny advant
age over the other.
The sixty-live per cent, rate for
which the Independents have contended
for years and which they vlgoiously de
manded, when the deal of the big com
panies to settle the stilke advanced the
cost of mining, is to obtain throughout
the whole region. The independents are
also to liavc better treatment in the
matter of allotment and car seivlce.
The victory of thu Independents is a
matter of paiticul.ir gratification to
this region, as tlje light was planned
and conducted bete.
Hon. William Connell Is piesidcnt of
the association, and both he and T. H.
Watklns were prominent, not to s-ay
the most active spirits on the commit
tee which had the matter of re-ariange-ment
of contracts in hand. Tho part
E. L. Fuller played In tho transaction
was told at length in Monday's Issue.
Ills activities were centered upon keep
ing tho Independent, fot tilled and, If
possible, place thorn In a position to
change their lequest into a demand.
The loyalty of the independent oper
ators, in geneial, in denying themselves
the benefits of the new contract offered
by the big tiansportation companies,
until such time as the sale of the Penn
sylvania Coal company released them
from their moial obligation to support
the new toad, is one of the most com
mendable things In the history of' the
coal wot Id.
New Blaze Light.
100 candle-power; saves CO per cent,
gas. For sale and on exhibition at 433
DON'T MISS THIS DISPLAY OF
25 $7.50 Umbrellas for $4.95
50 $5.00 " $3.75
100 $3.50 " " $2.50
75 $2.00 ' $1.25
Just Received This Horning.
They are Ladies' and Gent's pick of the
season's handles, Gold, Silver, Pearl, Ivory
Tied Oak and Thorn, and an extra grade of
close rolling Silk Taffeta.
415-417 Lackawanna Avenue.
For Christinas the handsomest and largest display of Box Papers ever
brought to Scranton, Buying this at a real stationery store ussures you
the best value and the most tasteful selection, Our boxes are made for
us especially. Muny novel designs and quality of the best. Large, rlnh
boxes from SO cents to $7.50. Genuine Mahogany Boxes lllled with paper
at hardly the cost of the wood, ,
Stationery Sets, Desk Pads, Pens, Penholders, Fancy Ink Stands.
Your most critical taste or fancy satisfied In the fullest degreo.
R. E, PRENDERGAST,
207 WASHINGTON AVENUE. cronton, Pa.
WHAT THE PHILADELPHIA
PRESS SAYS OF IT.
His Contingent Candidacy for United
States Senator Has Aroused Keen
Interest at Washington - Mr. Con
noil's Attitude Is Bolievod to Re
flect tho Opinion of Colonel Quay's
Best Friends Reasons That Are
Urged Why He Is Available in
Tho following dispatch from Wash
ington, P. C, appeared In yester
day's Philadelphia Press:
"Ileprcsentatlvc Council's contingent
candidacy for United States senator
from Pennsylvania, as announced In
the Ptvss, of today, has aroused tin
keenest Interest among Ponnsylva
nlaim In Washington. When seen by
the Presn correspondent this evening,
Mi Connell corroborated tho state
ment Hint he would bo u candidate In
case Colonel Quay did not receive 11
majority vote of the legislator? upon
tb.c first vote tast In Joint session. Ha
frankly declared, however, thnU ho
was friendly to Colonel Quay's can
didacy, and did not wnnt his own posi
"Mr. Council's attitude Is believed
to rollout the opinion of Colonel Quay's
best friends, and that Is that If not
elected on the first ballot, Colonel
Quay has no chnnce ot 'winning the
fenntorshlp. The latter, It Is believed,
also Is convinced of this, and has mnrta
up his mind to withdraw If he fal's
to secure an election on the first bal
lot. As already stateel In theso dis
patches, there Is good reason to be
lieve thnt Colonel Quay. In the event
of his own defeat, will endeavor to
glvo his strength to II. W. Oliver, of
Plltjburg. In the opinion of most of
the Pennsylvanlans here who ore In
terested In the contest, It will be im
possible for Quay lo deliver the goods
"That tho contest will be very close
has been admitted by the most loyal
irlends of Colonel Quay, and the prob
ability of the ex-senator falling, as he
did two years ago, has led to much
quiet work being done In the Interest
of other candidates. The friends of
Mr. Connell have been active In tho
northeastern part of the state and
have secured promises from influential
powers In other localities of support
when the Scranton congressman "en
ters tho field ns an active, aggresslvo
candidate. It Is urged in his behalf
that ho has not been a radical machine
man. but is ready to lend his aid to
the reorganization of the party In tho
state upon lines of justice to all good,
honest Republicans. He has opsnly
espoused the cause of Colonel Quay,
but does not Indorse all that Is done
In the name of the latter by those who
operate the Quay machine."
Two heavy and one light delivery
wagons; one buggy pole; cash register;
two pipe-cutting machines; one four
hotse-power engine; $1,500 worth gas
fixtures and supplies; $2,500 plumbets'
and steam-tlttors' supplies, and one
two-seated open wagon.
Hunt & Connell.
Sterling Desk Blotters. Reynolds Bros.
Clear Havana Cigars.
20,000 Imported .and Key West cigars
at New York prices for box trade.
O'llara's cigar store, ill Spruce street.
Mounted Pocketbooks. Reynolds Bros.
The busy shoe stores of Lewis &
Rellly will be open this evening and
every evening until after the holidays.
Clark's Xmas Tree Annex,
421 Spruce street.
Newest Calendars. Reynolds Bros.
A womnn'8 fancy lightly turns
show tnble is one of our main attractions. To own n piece of Llb
bey's Cut Class Is like having a specimen of real old Snt-suma, n
Bourco of pride and delight, und hence It may be seen In all tho
flashing Bplcndor of tho newer cuts, more like magnificent Jewels
than anything else. A carafe of Llbboy Glass may bo bought for
tho absurdly low price of $2.75, a beautiful celery dish or a big
tobacco Jar, with sponge roceptnolc, for $.".00.
fieo V Millar & Co m Wjom!n Aventie
VJCU. V. ITU 1 Ittl tX VU. Walk In nnd 0os atomd
Gold Crowns $3
Gold Fillings $l
Bridge Work GEM $3
Set of Teeth $5
All work Rii.iranteed for 10 jcarn. Cull ami
have your teelh cvimiiicd free of charge.
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 Jeweler,
Has much to show you in the Gift li e more thati 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,
H everything going in the jewelry line. Think ol what
you want; it's there. Prices,1 too, are less than you think,
when you consider that no matter what you buy, quality is
317 Lackawanna Avenue.
Is Showing the
Most Complete Assortment
Holiday Gifts in
Ever Brought to Scranton
213 Lackawanna Avenue
Barney & Berry
45c a Pair.
FOOTE & FULLER CO
CAN BE READILY FILLED IF ADVERTISED IN
THE" FOR RENT" COLUMNS OF THE TRIBUNE
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Our system of I'AINLKSS Dentistry h fur
nperlor tn the old method of elolnc woik.
AW- both (111 und exllict teeth without the
leant particle of pain. Our prices for the
present are extiemely low-, and If )on are In
I eeel of any Dental work. Call and hive
Jour teeth examined.
We make n (specially of fine Crown und
ltrlelire "Work and It will pay .vou lo call und
eat our prices befoie Kolni; clsewbcie. All
work absolutely 1'alnles-e.
514 SnruceSt., Oop. Court llreise