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THE SCUAOTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1901.
fhaspoate and Hypophosphltcs
Added withoiii. chance of taste.
m Best Milk for romi! I'sc i" "Babies thrive on it"
oti by DtiKliti mJ Ctoccri. Write lor booklet.
THC DR. HAND CONDENSED MILK CO.,
BEST IN TOWN.
LACKAWANNA DAIRY CO
lif.jij Attenu Avenut.
Scranfon Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Private Residences.
Offie J., I. & W. Taiseager
Station. PhoD B25.
DR. H. B. WARE,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlc nour a. . to USD p. m.: 5 te 1
Wllllami BulldlCa. Opp. Postofflea.
ACCUSATION1. Kcccntv-sis: children were
vaccinated at tho Larkauanni lio-i'ltul jetcr
ilay. JiOWT.l.NO MATCH TONtOIIT.-On the I'll;'
allej- tonight tliere will hi- a bowling imtili
between tho Klk and the Scranton lllcjel" ilnb
INSTALLATION' TONIGHT.--Member of the
Independent Order of Foresters are rcviuretril ti
be present at their room in Guernsey lull to
night for installation of officers.
r.NTi:itTAlNMi:.T T0N-IC1HT.-Clae3 New. S
ami SJ rf tho l'enn Avenue Ilajitist Sunday
Ml.ool will hold an entertainment and sociil in
the church pallors this evening at 8 o'clock.
III'XT FOU ItniLL. St. Peter's Pioneer corps
will meet for drill practice tliU evening at T.."M
o'clock in tho basement of tho Holy Cross church.
All members of tho St. Tctcr's society are In
vited to attend.
A TYrOGKAPlllCAIi i:i!I10R. A tjptograph
ie.il enor in jesteiday's Tribune made the re
eelpts from tho recent sacred concert for the
benefit of St. Joseph's Foundling home read
$300 instead of $1,300.
PAY-PAYS. The Lackawanna jauhncn and car
and machine shop employes were paid jcatcnUy,
and the Delaware and Hudson company paid at
the Jcnnjn mines, Carbondalc u. 1 and I'on
deily mines, at Carlwndale.
ClIUllCIl SUPPnil. Tho Sundaj school clae(
in tho Pcnn Aeenue HartNt church, taught by
Mrc. Fassold and Mrs. Fiutchy, will conduct a
social, entertai-iment ond supper this cloning
to raise funds towards the new building.
TIISDCULOI.V DAMSELS FINKD -P-iuline Ha
els and Lb-rle Smith were lined $3 each by the
liuyer yesterday. The women were auoifd
Wednesday night for getting drunk and creating
disturbances in tctcral cential city saloons.
ANNUAL JJKCTIXO. List night the s'panMi
War Veterans held their annual meeting nt their
quarters in Itaub's hall. The next meeting will
be the last Thursday night in Januaiv All
members aro requested to attend or election of
INJURED P.Y FALL OF ROOF.-Io.cph )1.
rlnskl, of If 11 Luzerne street, was taken to tho
Moses Taylor hospital cstcrdav futtcilng Willi
a dislocated right shoulder, bruises and cuti
about the body, as the result of a fall of luof
In tho Hampton mine.
ItOnnr.UY AT OLD Fond:. Wednesday the
Jllccrside hotel In Old Fcrge wn enttied by
threo youns men, while tie b.ir-rooni was in
serted, and two bottles of liuuor talui- A s-ln
were stolen. The Jsh diawer was rpeiuil and
fc3 in money extricated.
FOIt PUMPING ASIllIS. William Mali, n was
nrtestcJ by St.i;t Inspector Hobert l'lnii is
terday (or dumping ashes and rclusc- In the .tieii
Mahun Is an old oftender and has been arrrste-d
on this charge scleral times before, The strut
department intends to pre is tlie coo this time.
DDItnSS TODAY. Itev. Courtney IVnn, who
was in Pekln during the siege, will address the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society of tho First
Presbyterian church In the church lectuie loom
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. All who uro inter
ested are most coidlally imitcd to be piescut.
PUnLIC Mi:CTINT..-D. M. Slialkop, Hate oi
ganlzer of the Iron Workers' union of North
America, will address a public meeting In Pair's
We offer subject to previous
se Rapid Transit
Syracuse Rapid Transit Rail
way ;Gold Bonds:
5 Per Cent.
Th Company on and contiol the
street railways of Syrantse, being oiue
thing oter C5 miles. Siiacuse ha, a
population of 10S.S7I, Tlie gros, earnlnvr-i
of the companr for the jear ending July
lit, were S31S.1T5 0O.
Price and particular on application,
-f M Droiday, N. V. WilkesBarte.
4- Commonncalth bids', fccrantou,
4. 4. 4 .f . .. 1
hall this centra:, together with Organizer Fred
Pllcher. The object of tho mooting will bo the
formation of a local union of machinery moulder).
rUKEIlAb 01" JOHN lir.WlTT,-Tho funeral of
tlie lato .lolui ltenttt, of Luzerne ktrtct, will l
hld tomorrow momlnc at 0 o'clock from Holy
Ctom ihurcli. Intirmcnt In ('admiral critic
teiy. 1IKI.1) l.V HAIL Harry C. Katon, of Hansom
toniuhlp, u held under hall by Alderman Has
ten jcttcrday on tlio chargo of surety of the
peace, preferred by Margaret LanelilecUll, -'
nanom. Katon li a contractor, and it i
claimed by tho prosecutrix, am! pcntlata in haul,
ing lumber acrou her property.
KNOW nCCOVEIUKO. Jacob Knide, who wai
so badly frozen last week by belrnt exposed In
the cold without my protection than a night
robe, ii reported much improved at the Lacka
wanna hospital, It it now thought that the
atrnuUtlon of one or two toes on both feet is
all that will bo found necessary.
OmcnitS CII0SK.V. The Monioe Social club
held ill weekly meeting at their rooms l.ut
evening and elected the following officer!
President, J. Italph Hardlns; iee president,
Mki Clara llarretti secretary, Ml Marion Ourryj
treasurer, John Mcduirr. All member arc ic
quested to he present ut the club's ne.U meeting
to be held Wednesday, January 10.
MIlS. KAUITM.W DlsCHUlGI'D.-Mrs. Mary
KautTman, of 1009 Chestnut street, was atiulgnod
before Aldennan llonu sesterday on tho cbaige
ofg feloniously holding pood belonging to An
dnw Klleht. I'lieht, it auperiM, bad buordesl
with JIm. KauOman, but when he went to Idle
he refused to lit the good out of tho liou.se.
A March warrant wjs k cured and the goexU
were banded our to tho owner. Tho dt.find.int
ANNUAL MI:i:t1NC Tlie annual meeting of
tin- Home for the Friendless will take place tfiU
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the roonu of the Young
Women's Christian association. It will be an In
teresting occasion when the annual reports will
be re id and election of officers for the enming
c.ir will be held. It is hoped that the public
will display Its interest in this most worthy in
sttuillim by attending the meeting. All annual
and life members arc privileged to Note. The
n ports are alnajs intensely intereting but this
jcar especially no, and a large attendance will
bi appreciated by llnwe who work fo lonj? and
faithfully to promote the good of the Home
UMH AM) TKA lti:i'i:ATi:i. The luncheon
and tea screed yciterday at "JIB oniing aicnue
fur the benefit of the grounds committee ol the
Heme for the Friendless will be repeated today,
beginning at a quarter before 12 o'clock. The
unimittee in chaige jestciday conUted of .Mts
.li'tuile lEcjnolelo, Mm. 1'ritrn lloblnson and
ll Martha Dunmlek, assisted bv Mrs. II. M.
Wlnton, Miss Van Cleef, MKs IMeannr Ile;noleU
and other. Many patrons were entertained and It
Is hoped that bulncss men will patronlre the
looun tmhy nt the noun hour and tint ladles
will drop in during the nltcrnoon as well as for
LOST LADS RETURN.
The Three Lloyd Boys, of Biidgeton,
Were Not Drowned.
By Kxclush- VI"o from Tlie Associated Press.
nrlHlTOtnn. V -T. Tun 1ft Tim rnniM-t
--0'"--"t - " 4 VI 1 ttl ICIIW1 W
I that Arthur, Eddie and Freddie Lloyd,
aged respectively 11, S and 5 years,
were drowned, Is Incorrect. Tho boys
left home tog-other yesterday and
walked to Millvllle, ten miles distant,
and walked back today. The older
boys had to carry the little fellow part
of the way back. He is In bed. His
feet arc terribly swollen and a serious
Illness Is feared.
The parents knew nothing of the
whereabouts of the boys and were
greatly distressed. Searching parties
were out all night and this morning,
and It was the general belief that tho
boys had gone on the Ice on a lake near
here and had broken through and all
drowned. The mother was made ill
through worrlment and was obliged to
take to her bed,
MARRIED AFTER FIFTY YEARS.
Courtship Renewed When Half a
Century Had Passed.
Ily Kxeluswe Wire from Tho Associated Pir-s.
Daretown, N. J., Jan. in. Monday
night I'astor Fat ley, of tho Baptist
eihuu'h, performed n dramatic mar
riage. Fifty eulH ago lthodit Itlcher,
nf Whig Iane, formed the utMiualnt
anco of Jorcmluh Jnslin. Mr. Josllu
we-tu west, settled In Ohio, man led a
wife uttel became a prosperous farmer,
lthodit married AVlllIam Davis, ef
Saluui, who died fifteen months ago.
About the s.tme time Mr. Joslln lost
his wife and son by death and came
ast hist June to spend the summer.
Ho met Mrs. Hhoda Davis. They re
newed their ncqualntnnccshlpund their
marriage followed. The couple wilt te
SMALLPOX IN NEW YORK.
Board of Health Is Informed of Two
By Kiiludie Wire fiom 'Ihe Associated l'res
New York, Jan. 10. The boaid ot
health was Informed of two new cases
of smallpox today.
The board's counsel has been In
structed to apply for a warrant for tho
arrest of Dr. Montague It. Level pan,
of Brooklyn, who Is reported to navo
said that be bad treated thirty casei
of smallpox without reporting them to
the board of health, and to liavo ad
vised his bearers to shoot persons who
might attempt forcible entry to their
bouses to vaccinate thorn.
MEETING OF ARCANUM1TES
They Listened to an Address by C.
Scranton conclave, No. 9:'3, Royal
Arcanum, was visited at Its meeting
last night by members of tho councils
at Oreen Ridge, Dunmore and the
Iackawanna nnd Klectilc City coun
cils. After tho legtilar business had been
transacted, those present listened to an
address by Fast Regent Cornelius
Comegys. It Is the Intention of the
council to havo a lecture or entertain
ment at each meeting during the com
Sixteenth ward Republican pilmarles
tomorrow afternoon, 4 to 7. I nm n
cnndldute for tho nomination for al
derman and trust my friends will como
out and vote for mo.
" iMillip J. Votter.
1 1 1 m -
Attend Ncttlcton's Removal Sale.
Shoes at one-fouith price, Washing
OF LA GRIPPE
THAT'S WHAT THYSIOIANS SAY
Dr. S. P. LongBtreet Says Thnt An
other Epidemic of the Dlseaso Like
That of 1880 Has Just Started in.
Dr. Allen Advises Thnt Fro
cautions lie Taken Views of n
Number of Other of the City's
Leading Physicians Impossible to
Tell tho Exact Number of Cases In
City at Present.
In the opinion of u number of the
city's leading physicians Scianton !
threntened with another epidemic ot
Influenza or la grippe Plmllar to tho
ono which wrought such dire distress
some ten years ago.
The disease follows lines of travel
find tho last big epidemic tvas traced
to Russia, from whence It spread to
Continental Europe and across the At
lantic ocean to this country. Tho
fact that New York city Is now seeing
the beginning of another big epidemic
of the dlseaso and that Rcranton Is In
such direct communication with that
city leads local physicians to bellevo
that the large number of cases which
have so far developed In this city are
but tho forerunners of on epidemic.
Dr. H, P. Longstreot It ono of tho
physicians who believe beyond ques
tion that the dltcase Is going to bo
dangerously and widely pievalcnt dur
ing the next two or threo months.
Said he yesterday to n Tribune man:
"I havo encountered an exceedingly
large number of cases of la giliipo
during the past week or two, and I
believe wo are going to have another
epidemic of It. AVo of course; meet
with a certain number of cases every
year about this time, but not so many
as just now
N'OT AS Si:VKUK.
"Neither arc they so severe as tho
canes which have como under my ob
servation during tho past week. The
fever of many of my patients who
are suffering from tho disease, I find
to bo very high and I also find that
bronchial troubles accompany the dis
ease In many Instances. Indeed. I
have Just bad several cases of pneu
monia growing out of it.
"This Is a very bad sign. The so
veier the form in which this disease
manifests Itself, the greater probabil
ity there is of It becoming widespread.
I think the people of this city are In
for on epidemic of the disease and
that the greater precautions they take
to ward It off. the better It will b "
Dr. W. 11. Allen, health olllcer. said
that be was treating n number of
cas.es of l.i gilppc, but that things had
not assumed a condition as yet which
would warrant him In saying that an
epidemic was to bo expected.
"I have a number of patients suf
fering from tho disease," said he,
"some of them very severely, but I
can't say yet that It's going to bo
epidemic. Still its better for the peo
ple to believe that U'm golngi to bo
fo that they will take the proper pie
cautlons to ward It off. "What are the
precautions to take, you nsk? Simply
the precautions which any one would
take to keep thcmselven from taking
"Keep out of the night air as much
as possible and keep the feet dry. Keep
out of the wet and slop on a day like
this. This Is an Ideal day for tho
grippe. Tho person with a cold Is the
person most likely to take the grippe.
If you get a cold try and cure It as
quickly as possible and don't let It
get a hold of your system."
Dr. A. J. Connell, when seen, s.ald
that la grippe was very prevalent, "f
havo had a hundred cases within tho
past week." said he. "f can't say that
many of them haw been very severe,
how'ever, I should say that It's a
milder type than usual. 1 believe nev
ertheless that we're going to have an
other epidemic of tho disease."
Dr. J. J. Sullivan, of North Scran
ton, said that the dlseaso was very
prevalent In that part of the city.
"I've just got over a severe attack
myself." said he, "and I've got a largo
number of patients laid up with it.
Many of the cases are very severe, too,
I believe that there will be on epi
demic of tho dlseaso."
The act of assembly governing mat
ters of health contains no provision
regarding lu grippe and hence the
local board of health has no special
power to take any precautionary meas
ui es lo prevent Its spread. It Is a dis
ease which It would bo extremely hard
to control "by the enforcement of any
especial sanitary regulation. Physi
cians do not report It lo the secretary
of the board of health and for that
lenson It Is Impossible to aseeilaln
anything like the exact number of
cases in the city at the present time.
IT IS DIFFERENT.
Dr. C W. Itobeits, In discussing the
la gilppo epidemic with a Tilbuno man
last night, had tho following to say:
"This epidemic 1h much different from
ony we have ever had bofoie. It Is
more persistent, and leaves a persist
ent cough. The first symptoms of tho
disease ale a headache, high fever
and aching of the bones, Tho number
ot cases are increasing dally. They
should be taken promptly In hand nnd
people should not delay seeking medi
cal attention when the symptoms are
Tho doctor depreciates the public's
To save money, nnd do It right,
Is an art takes talent and skill.
Seems easy Is easy for a few
"plnch-penny" people; but thev
don't count for general progiess.
Mvery home, every business
block, every factory, uveiy rall
load, every line of MeaniHhlp,
evety materialized factor of pro
gress Is a visible nnd Indisputable
fact that ono day some ono
SAVI3D. There must needs have
been a beginning to every im
pose a planning to put In sufh
dollais as would turn out suc
cess. And every dollar was, of
necessity, a SAVIOD dollar tho
only kind that becomes or that
Many of the world's laigcst mic
cessres had tholr start In a cultl
ated habit of saving tho kind
tbat counts; and tho way for such
1h ever" open,
TRADERS NATIONAL BANK
Cor. Wyoming" and Spruce
apparent tendency to rush to qulnlno
for relief. "In many cases," tho doc
tor said, "quinine only succeeds In
adding fuel to tho flame When tho
In grippe epldcmlo first appeared lu
Washington In 1809, the price advanc
ed fi cents per grnln, but slnco then
the vtihto has decreased considerably."
Dr. Oeorgo II. Reynolds, president of
tho board of health, says: "There Is a
largo number of cases of grip In evi
dence, but In a more violent form than
hns been report.'Ml In previous years,
Tho prevalent ailment U not danger
ous and Is duo entirely to climatic con
ditions. It Is moro notlccablo among
adults than In children, nnd unless
properly cared for will develop Into
"Measles Is llio genertil complaint
utnong the children, but It Is not of a
malignant character. People should
exercise tho proper care In living nnd
dtoss In order to escape the dreaded
dlseufce. The city's filth Is not respon
sible for tho existing conditions."
DH. "WILLIAMS' OPINON.
Dr. M. J. Williams, of South Main
avenue, thinks that the prevalent com
plaint is duo to general catarrhal con
ditions, caused by ordinary coldswhlch
havo been neglected In their early
stages, and which naturally produce
grip nnd pneumonia. Tho disease is
similar to tho epidemic which pre
vailed several years ago, and unless
the necessary precautions aro token It
will become general.
Dr. Ii. O. Beddoo reports a consider
able number of grip cases among lila
patients, which aro about the same as
Inst winter. He advises careful living,
regular meals, plenty of rest and sleep,
no Indiscretions anil the necessary pre
cautions against exposure. He attrib
utes tho general complaints, which nic
bordering on an epidemic, to the cli
Dr. J. J. Carroll: "If the piesent
spell of weather continues the grip will
undoubtedly become epidemic. It is
due entirely to climatic conditions, but
a good hard rain "will lelleve the pres
ent conditions. The prevailing sick
ness Is due more or less to bronchial
trouble. I would advise tho wearing
of woollen underclothing, proper ven
tilation In living apartments, fumiga
tion In general, and extraordinary pre
cautions against draughts."
The Oilicers Elected at Philadelphia
l!v fsrluche Wire from The Aoclatcd Prew.
Philadelphia, Jan. 10. The- Pennsyl
vania Lumbeimcn' Protective associa
tion held Its annual meeting hero to
day. The questions of car traffic, rates
and l tiles and tho prohibition of whole
salers selling direct to consumers was
thoroughly discussed and referreel to a
committee to make full report on at i
An election was held and officers and
directors chosen as follows: President,
William James, Steolton: vice-president,
S. II. Sturdevant, Wilkes-Ham.:
secretary and treasurer, T. J. Snow
den, St'i.inlon; directors, S. Y. Fred
erick, Hazleton, and K. F, Brown,
Seiuth Bethlehem, who -with A. J.
Orator, Nonistown; L. S. Ryman,
Wilkes-Banc; S. II. Keck, Allentown.
nnd W. 'A. Sener, Lancaster, comprise
the new board of managers. Tho ac
tive membership Is 122 nnd represents
a business capital of several millions
ROOSEVELT'S HUNTING TRIP.
Vice-President Elect nnd Party in
Search of Mountain Lions.
fly Exclusive Wire from Tho Associated Ircs.
Colorado Springs, Colo., Jan. 10.
Colonel Theodoie Roosevelt arrived
in this city today, accompanied by
Philip B. Stewart and Dr. Gerald B.
Welb. After a brief stop the party
continued westward to the hunting
grounds, where Oovcrnor Roosevelt
will seek spoit with mountain lions
and bear. The party will leave the
train at Rifle, Colo., tonight, and to
morrow they will ride to Meeker. Colo.,
where a guide awaits them with horses,
hounds, guns, ammunition, provisions
and cooking utensils,
A crowd wns assembled at tho station
to witness the departure of the hunters
and It made a noisy dcmonsiratlon In
honor of the vice-president-elect.
Ily IViclu-lie Wire fiom The Associated Piess.
Washington, Jan. 10. -Hit following fourth
clivi Pcnn.jUanii pnMninters were appointed
today: Long Valley, llr.ulfurd county, (!. . Kel
ly; Somas Lane, 'Iloga county, Willis F. ltcep.
To Investigate Beer.
B i:clu.ie Wire from Tie Associated Pieu.
London, Jan. ID. roal coniniUslon, under
the prcsideuc.v of Lend KcMu, has been appoint
ed lo Investigate) the uient widespread outbreak
of arsenical beer poisoning
At Less Than
We have decided to close them out quick to
made room for Spring Goods, An opportunity to
secure a Fine Suit at leas than you "would pay for
. TllooL- nurl Wvtr f lt .virit- firrre fiiiltj
Silk'Lmcd Jackets, Full Width Skirts. Re- &C Qt
duced from $9.00 to $D7D
21 Homespuns, Tweeds and Cheviots, re- Q
duced from $10 and $12 to 0D
2r; Suits, Broadcloths aud Venetians, re- 7 QC
duced from $15 aud $'16.50 to i O
17 Vicunas, Rorabrans and Cheviots, re- jj' CA
duced from $20 aud $25 to lOU
415-4:17 Lackawanna Avenue.
HEARING EVIDENCE AGAINST
Thoso Against Whom Evidence Was
Offered Yesterday by Detective T.
E. Reynolds Grand Jury Made Its
First Return to Court Yestorday,
Which Included Two Murder Cases.
Bonedetto Papa Indicted for Kill
ing Harry Davis in the Hotel
Dewey Last Friday Night.
A considerable portion of the time
of the grand Jury was tuken up yes
terday with a consideration of the evi
dence against certain aldermen and
Justices of tho peace who, It Is al
leged, have defrauded the county out
of money by multiplying cases und
witnesses lu cases.
Nothing has been done as yet In the
way of Indicting nny of tho accused,
the Jury yesterday merely listening to
the evidence Detective T. E. Reynolds
had to present. Ho was employed by
County Solicitor H. L. Taylor, who
acted under Instructions from the
county commissioners to Investigate
the matter unci believes ho has evi
dence sufficient to convict a number
of magistrates. Today District Attor
ney W. It. Lewis will have a confer
ence with the Judges nt which tho
manner In which the guilty magis
trates will bo Indicted will be decided
upon. If Indictments uro found against
any of the accused they will be pre
sented to court when the jury makes
its next retum on Saturday.
The magistrates against whom evi
dence was yesterday laid before tho
grand Jury are Justice of the Peace
Nicholas Glynn, of Fell township; Jus
tice of the Peace William Williams, of
Dickson City borough; Alderman At
kinson, ot Carbondalc, and tho fol
lowing aldermen of this city: Thomas
V. Hnltry, Third ward: J. W. Millet,
Sixth ward: John Lentes, Eleventh
watd; John P. Kelly, Eighteenth ward:
John J. Ruddy, Twentieth ward.
Tho jury yestcrdav also considered
the matter of the annexing of certain
portions of Lackawanna township to
Taylor. In the morning Judge It. W.
Archbald gave instructions to the Jur
ors as to their duties In, such a ense.
A considerable amount of testimony
was heard. Attorney John M. Harris
leprcsents the petitioners for annexa
tion anil M. J Donahoe, the township.
He contends that the petitioners want
lo leave the township for the purpose
of escaping the payment of their just
shar of the Indebtedness of the town
The grand jury made Its first return
to court yesterday and among those
Indicted were Benedetto Papa, who
killed Harry Davis In the Hotel Dewey
last Friday night, and Mrs. Josephine
Bevolaeque, who shot and killed Mrs.
Maty Rose at Green Ridge. Mrs. Bev
olacepie's husband Is Indicted as on
accessory to tho murder. The com
plete return of the jury follows:
Murder Benedetto Papa: Frank Holding, pros.
Josephine Bcielacquc; Frank Uobllng, pros,
rasiju'lo Pecelaeque; llosto IlittUtn, pros.
Assault and Datterj Mike Mitchell; Ktlz-i Lew.
ellen, pros. J. II. Osgood; Mary Connolly,
pios. Kelward Cooper; William Cornell, pros.
John and Joe SSdoiiczki; Alex. Wlsbickl, pios.
Mary Kitchonna; Mary Smith, press. Maggie
McHermott; Mary Mc.Nulty, pios. John Vates;
Mamie Lewis, pros. Ouen Flnnegan; Michael
Kerns, pros. Mary Ann imls; William Itudge,
pros. John A. Kcans and Williams X. Williams;
John Neat, prca. Ilridget Gatlney: William
King, pros. Frank llokak, Matio ,-xranko and
John Margo; Louis llclter, pros. C. I. I'ow
elcrly; Ilridget Geary, pros, William Murray;
Frank Mobllng, pios. Michael Grady; W. W.
Morgan, pros. Thomas Council; Henry Morgan,
Iteeelving Stolen Goods Charles Maddoek;
Ilcssle Penman, prox. Anthony Stewart; John
MeLane, pros. W. I.awson; Frank Robling. pros.
William Morgan; Frank Uobllng, pros. Walter
ltrsiiolils- John A. Lee. tiros. Josciih Carney:
Frank Holding, pros. Joseph Carney; Frank
Hobllnsj, pros. Joseph Carney; Frank Uobllng,
pros. Joseph Carney; Frank Uobllng, pro.
Stanislaus Iloszlnskle; Frank Uobllng, pros.
Tresena Caprine; Fiank Uobllng, pros. Tren
srni Coplni; Fiank Uobllng, pios. Caroline
Wcidet; Frank Robling, pros. Charles Minika.
lis and Anthony hteponoltz; Wolf Uooenburg,
Ijrcenv. bv Bailee -Anthony Peterson; Michael
Kupt, p'roe." Cluiiles 11 Williams; L. Little,
pros. Frank Maddoek and William Kvans;
Bessie Penman, prox,
Burglary Andrew JIcGuIre; Frank Uobllng,
Bobbery Frank liobnk; Ixuils Belter, pros.
Selling Liquor Without a License Anthony
Peterson; Mike Kupst, pros. Patrick McCatler
tyj Thomas Lejshon, pro. Maiy C'ostcllo;
ltoheit Wilson, prew, Kllan King; Thomas
Ley.hun, prew. William I'hllllps: Thomas Ley
shon, pro.. Phealean McDonald; Robert Wil-on,
pros. 1 bonus Carey; ltoheit Wilson, pros,
son, pios. Edwanl F. Bush; Robert Wilson,
Pios. Anthony Both; Robert Wilson, pros.
Thomas 1. Gihoy, alias John G, Gllboy; Rob
ert Wilson, pros. Sophia Miller; Joseph Woel
Selling on Simdiy Michael O'Connor, John
Walsh; Robert Wilson, pios.
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Half. Former Prices,
1 Practical, Sensible
"S I A handsome Parlor lamp is
it is wonderful what an air of elegance n lighted lamp with a
beautiful globe will glvo to n, homo. We are showing somo
new creations in rich colors; Cereso lamp nnd globo to match,
best center draft burner, 85.00. Belleric rich colored effects
on metal with ruby globe, 93.00. We would be glad to show
our assortment which is large and quote prices on the line,
Geo V Millar & Co Wjomliuc Arenae
VltASe. V. XTlllI-ai tA VUt Walk In and Look Around.
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Gold Crowns $3
Gold Fillings $1
Bridge Work (tSSW $3
Set of Teeth $5
All work guaranteed for 10 years. Call and
base your teeth examined 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 convex
sation, for the one implies the other.
Schimpff, the Jeweler,
Has much to show you in the Gift li e more than you'll sea
in most other stores. Not only more, but something "dif-
fcrent" 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 if
317 Lackawanna Avenue.
H The New Neverslli) As
K nhalt Removable
Horse cannot slip
and will outwear three
sets or any other calk
NOW OPEN IN OUR NbW STORE WITH A
NKW STOCK POR fill; HOLIDAYS
OUU STOCK FOR I1XTENT, VARI
ETY AND FINENESS IN EVERY
DEPARTMENT IS NOT EXCELLED
IN THIS LOCALITY
OUR WELL-KNOWN GUARANTEE
GOES WITH EVERY ARTICLE. . .
Wueu you need a New Desk or Chair for the
office, see us. The same is true of every
other office equipment we are absolute lead
ers in these lines. A.U sorts of Wall Cabinets,
Index Files aud the very uewest thiugs in
Sectional Book Cases something to please the
lawyers whose libraries grow like sunflowers.
106 Lackawanna Ave.
n silent story of the entire house:
Our )stcm ot PAINLKSS Dentistry Is far
superior to the old method of doing work.
W both fill and extract teeth without th
least particle ef pain. Our prices for the
present are extremely low, and If you are in
need of any Dental work. Call and hat
jour teeth examined.
We maki" a specialty of fine Crown and
llrldge Work and it will pay ou to call and
get our prices before going elsewhere. All
work absolutely Painless.
8M Spruce St.. Opp. Court House.
pn 126 and 128
ILL Franklin Ave.
& Furniture Co.