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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1901.
An Excellent Combination.
Tho pleasant method nnd beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
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dispelling colds, headaches and, fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling ono
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and ub
htance, und Us acting1 on tho kidneys,
liver nnd bowels, without weakening;
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In tho process of manufacturing fbrs
aro used, as they uro pleasant to tho
tustc, but thu medicinal qualities of tho
remedy uie obtained from senna nnd
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to tho Oaufounia l-'io 8vnui
Co. onlv. In order to got its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, plcaso
remember tho full name of tho Company
printed on tho front of every package.
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LACKAWANNA DAIRY CO
J elepbone Ordtr Promptly Dtll veri
jf . 3 jy Adims Avenui.
Iind, will th preacher. Alt intereited In
tlil commemoration, lrrcrctle of nationality
or religious afDIIallcn, will be litartlly wclcoiro
ODSTnUCTKD TUB WALKS riilllp Smith
wai arretted by Mounted Officer Mock jcstcr
day lor obstructing the sldenalL on MUbcrry
Mrcct, near thu Scranton l'rivate hopltal, by
driving Ills ash wagon upon tlic walk. Ho
ios lined $3 by tho major ycstcrdiy altemoon.
MA lOR rX'LTOV IICTini.H. Among the an
nouncements contained In an order Just le
eched from tho Natloml fluard headquarle a
at Harrifburc Is ono to tho effect that W. (.
l'ulton, aurgeon ol the medical department, nd
asulgncd to duly nltli the Thirteenth regiment,
has been transferred from tho attho to tho re
Scranton Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Private Residences.
Office D., T.. & W. Passenger
Etatlon. Phona 625.
DR. H. B. WARE,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office Houra-f . tn. to It M p. n. J S to
WllllMni Building. Opp. Poitofflc
Subject of Dr. Law-Avard's Lectuie
Dr. Anna Law-Avarcl spoke before
tho Catholio Young Women's club last
evening on "Tho Hygiene of Physical
Itev. Miles J. McMnnui Introduced
the speaker. "In all largo titles and
towns," said tho doctor, "provisions
should be mado for free public baths.
Gencinl cleanliness Is not merely a fac
tor In tho preservation of tho publlo
health, but thero Is good reason to bo
Uee that the causa of good order and
decency would likewise bo prevented
toy furnishing the publlo the means of
easily and cheaply keeping clran."
Disclosing the physiological effects
of exercise, she said: "When a muscle
contracts, the flow of blood through It
la Increased. Hence contraction of a
muscle, which consumes or converts
stored up energy, nt tho same time
(haws upon the circulation for a new
supply of food m.iteilnl to replace that
consumed. Tho nctlvlty of tho circu
lation through a muscle in action re
sults In Increased nutrition and grow th
of tho muscle.
"The scheme of ttudlc3 In our DUb
llo school system should Include physi
cal training for both sexes. This Is a
question not mciely of Individual, but
of national Importance. Weak nnd un
healthy children uro not likely to grow
up Into stiong and healthy men and
women, and tho latter aro necessary
for the perpetuity of tho nation."
Previous to Dr. Law-Avard's lecture,
Miss B. Lavello sang two selections.
The next lecture will be given Friday
night by Dr. W. P. Connors on tho
PRESENTATION OF A BADGE.
CALEDONIAN CLUB'S ANNUAL
BANQUET LAST NIOHT.
The Ono Hundred nnd Forty-Second
Annlvorsnry of tho Birth of tho
"Poet of Nature" Fittingly Cele
brated In Quernsoy Hall Toasts
Responded to by Itov. W. J. Simp
son, Mayor James Molr, Charles
Law and John O. McAskie A
Splendid Musical Fiogrnmmo.
4QN) i qmJJSabed
MAsvULfiAUU llLL The WMcorae Dancing
i law (onduilid Its tiftli anmnl nu'cjiicwae
Mci.il at f-noxcr'B lull last ccnln;r.
tnimr. PVUTV.-Tne Citliollc Younie Wo.
men's ilub will conduct i imbre party at the
Knights of Culuirbui club bout., l'cb. 11.
( A-i: WiUVJI.P Mrs Mary Johnson wis
iinUiu-d before AUUinun Millar on tho cUar(,o
if lhrc.it, preferred b Minnie McCarthy. The
i.-.'c wis anilublj adjusted.
Commander A. B. Stevens, the Recip
ient of a Signal Honor.
Commander A. B. Stevens, of Lieut.
Ezra S. Griffin post, No. 1S9, Oiand
Army of tho Itcpubllc, held a regular
muster last evening. After tho regu
lar order of business, tho Junior vice
commander introduced Comrade Hol
g.ite, of Post No. 207, who, on behalf
of the comrades, presented to CVm
mauder A. B. Stevens an elegant sollo.
gold Grand At my badge, suitably en
graved. It being tho fourth consecu
tlvo ear ho has been the commander
of the post.
It was a complete surpilso and the
recipient was very much affected by
this token of esteem, but succeeded
In replying to tho eloquent address of
Comiade Holgate In a very happy
manner. After tho Uoso of tho pott
meeting, Comrade Jadwln, chairman
of tho entertainment committee passed
tho cigars and an informal campfiie.
REQUEST HIS PROMOTION.
11 L. Ul'-OIA I'D John 0 liccsc stated jes.
Kii1j thit II 1!. long Is nit now intcrcstu!
In t lie bill poiting liiwiiu'i co: ducted by Kcmc
Lnmr. Ihtf Hun lu dilid
Tllll 1 Tilt IlOdltx Special Officer Malott
anl hcuruM I oiu Jurts arrested a drunV.cn
UjIIjii lut nixht, wliilo Rolnu from liou.o to
ImiHo tiIii(c tho dooia and windows on Jc'.fcrsoi
Ezra Griffin Post Want a Townsman
Should Be Honored.
The following resolutions were passed
labt night by tho Lieutenant Hzra S.
Grlflln post, No. 139, G. A. R.:
ItreoUed, Tlut the nicmbcra of this pojt taVc
a just pride in the military record of forty
cara of their townsmin, Lieutenant Colonel
Theodoro J. Wint, now in commind of tho
Sixth United fctatcs caalrj, at Tckln, China,
and earnestly hopo tint tho renatc and houso
of rcrrcentathes of Pennsylvania, now in sci
aion, will adopt the concurrent resolution re
qucitlnB the prcsicirnt of the United btatcj, nt
tho earliest opportunity, to promote tho taid
Lieutenant Colonel Tlieodoro J. Wlnt to lu a
brluadler frcncral in the regular army of tho
United Statci, and that upon final adoption of
the said concurrent resolution, the B0ernor of
l'tniiFjltanla may rIc his approval of tho mmc,
As.i II. Stevens, Commander.
Attest: Ceo. r. Mllkt, Adjutant.
Tho Scranton Caledonian club, w hlch
compilsL'H among its members tho lead
ing Scotchmen, of tho city cveiy year
commemorates tho annlvcrsaiy of tno
birth of Scotland's favorite son, Rob
ert Burns, tho poet of nature and of
tho common people. The one hundred
and forty-second anniversary of his
birth was yesterday and in honor of
tho occasion neatly ono hundred of
tho members and their families gath
ered last night In Guernsey hall to
feast and sing his praises.
Tho banquet was served In tho lower
hall beginning nt S.30 o'clock. Tho
guasts sat down to two long handsome
ly decorated and heavily laden tables
and paitook of a most sumptuous re
past. Chief Thomas N. Thomson mado
a few brief opening remarks and graco
nt tho beginning and opening of tho ic
past was said by Rov. V. G. Simpson,
pastor of Asbuiy Methodist Episcopal
Tho banquet was over at ubout 0.30
o'clock and the guests then repaired
urstalrs to tho concert hall, whero the
toast list wns gone through with. Miss
Lauia Meldrum opened tho programmo
with a number of Scotch airs delight
fully rendeied on the piano. Chief
Thomas X. Thomson presided and In
tioduced tho Caledonian choir, which
sang with much spirit Burn's quaint
song, "There Was a Lad Wus Bom
In Kyle," with Its "Robin was n rant
In', lantln' boy" chorus.
MEMORY OP BURNS.
The first speaker of tho evening was
Rov. W. G. Simpson, who kindly con
sented to take at tho last moment tho
toast assigned to Clansman Thomas
Russell, who was unfortunately unable
to bo present, "The Memory of Burns."
Dr. Simpson said that tho ical biog
raphy of Robert Burns had neor yet
been wiltten. There had been stories
of his life, but they had not pictured
It in all Its beauty. "Tho greatest bl
ogiaphy of Bums," said he, "Is written
In Scottish hearts nnd Scottish senti
ment. The memoty of Bums will over
bo treasured In the hearts of Scottish
sons and daughters whereer they may
bo found throughout tho world.
"No one," ho said,' "with the possible
exception of Ian Maclarcn, had ever
gone down to the inner heart of tho
Scottish poi&antiy like Burns. Burns,"
said he, "had his fallings nnd follies,
but they nie coveted by the good, the
beauty, tho elevation, the power and
the grace of his character."
Itov. Dr. Simpson was followed
by c-ChIeftaln Lindsay McMil
lan, who beautifully sang Burns'
pretty ballad, "Bonnie Muiy of Ar
gylc." A comic bong describing tho
adventures of a country youth In the
city wns next given to great laughter
by e--ClileftaIn Robert Rnnkln.
Charles Law, of Plttston, a great
ndmlrer of tho late Queen Victoria, was
next on the progrnmmo nnd responded
to the toast, "The Memoty of tho
Queen." Ho icfericd particularly to
her noblo llfo nnd expressed it as his
belief that no ono peison In all civiliza
tion was bo deserving of the tcspect
of tho world as was tho dead queen.
He said that this country owed a gieat
deal to tho queen for her action dmlng
the Civil war In standing out for the
second time In her tclgn against her
ministry, led by Loid Palmerston, who
faored precipitating England into a
war with this country.
begRcd and pleaded with tho surgeon
to be allowed a drink of whiskey. Ths
medical man, a gruff nnd fussy Indi
vidual, tcfused his permission nnd said
that a drink of liquor would mean tho
death of tho Injured man. Tho latter
heaved a deep sigh and asked tho doc
tor to lean down to him for a moment.
Tho doctor tlld bo, nnd tho Scotch
man, after breathing In for a moment
or two, looked up nnd murmured, "Ah,
doctor, hut yo'ro breath's refreshln'."
Tho choir next rendered that old
Scotch favorite, "Annlo Laurie," and
as an Introduction to John G. Mo
AskJo's toast, "Ametlcn, tho Land of
Our Adoption," Lindsay McMillcn
sang, "Tho Stnr Spangled Banner."
Mr. McAsklo spoko but a vety fow
minutes. He pointed out that this
country owed a great deal to the r.cal
nnd labor of Scotchmen. Alexander
Hamilton, a Scotchman, ho said, drew
up tho constitution of the United
States and developed tho present fi
nancial system. In evry part of this
broad country, ho said, wcro Scotch
men ever ready to shield her from
dishonor nnd to uphold tho glotlous
prlnclplo of freedom.
The evening's cntoxlalnmont was
brought to a close by tho singing of
"Auld Lang Syno" by all present. Tho
floor was then cleared for dancing and
a progrnmmo of eighteen numbers
wns gone through with, to music fur
nished by Wahler'a orchestru.
PRESENT AT BANQUET.
Present from out of town were tho
following guests: Mrs. II. C. Eaton, of
West Plttston; Charles Law, of Pltts
ton: James Allan, of Aoca, and Miss
Mat cat et Mae Klrwln, or Rochester.
Present from tho city w cro tho follow
ing: Mr. and Mis. John McMillan, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Joseph Selgle, Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Glencross, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Jeffry,
Mr. nnd Mrs. John K. Lamble, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W, Scott Collins, Mr. and Mr.
Peter Smith, Mr. and Mrs. William
James, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Coulter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hadden, Mrs. S.
Halderman, Mrs. N. J. Wood, Mrs.
William Coulter, Mrs. William Harvle,
Mrs. Thomas Clark, Mrs. Alex Hadden,
Mrs. William Marshall, Mrs. James
Tho Misses Lauta Meldrum, Nclllo
Jeffrey, Jennie Jeffrey, Agnes Harvle,
Lizzie Jeffrey, Jane Glencross, Miss
Murray, Kate Jeffrey, Mary Tercsx
Sheridan, Henrietta Marshall, Nelllo
Loughncy, Daisy Klrkpatrlck, Bella
Caldenwood, Margaret Llttlejohn nnd
Messrs. Alex Meldrum, Thomas N.
Thomson, James Molr, Prank Barber,
James Mclntyrc, Robert W. Rankin,
William Harvle, Alex Campbell, Alex
Jeffrey, Thomas Clark, Thomas Hen
derson, Rev. William G. Simpson, John
G. McAskle, James E. Drummond, L.
A. Clark, James Turnbull, John Borth
wlck, Hugh Jeffrey, William Campbell,
John P. McCabe, Thomas Walsh, W.
J. Pettlgrew, Georgo Watson, James R.
Jones, Dr. James Stein nnd James
DISPOSITION WILL DEPEND
Company's Counter Proposition Was
Rejected and a Countor Proposition
by the- Men Is Likely Company
to Hlro Anyono It Sees Fit to Hire
but Ho Must Join tho Union Before
Going on tho Regular List of Em
ployes Legal Counsel Engaged by
tho Members of the Union,
Inventory has disclosed a quantity of odd
pieces in China, Glass, Silver, Lamps, Etc,
Etc. Marked them for sale regardless of
cost. Twenty per cent, off on all Bric-a-Brac.
Condudrd from l'a;e 1.
MUST HOUSE ITS STREET CARS.
TUiCUMir.in CSr. I'enl ltncUell a be.
fore AldLimaii Mill tr last night In an adjourned
hearing on the tlnrec of niault and battery,
picferal ly Minnie McCart. The caso was
ICIIUiSU) Till. C.si:. John Caroj, tho
tump whu cji anevted bv Chief Itoblini; on
'Ihuit.Jij. f'T tellins lourt vhter on the
stieeH without u llecni, m dftiliaigei! by
the major jcstcidav.
TOPAY r.WS- Today tho Delaware, Iicfea.
wanna nnd Wlern will iy at the following
inlllcrlea: Oxford, Dodge, Hellcvuc, lloldin,
Taj lor, I'jni, Hampton, Slow, lljdo l'arh,
Arcl.ball, Continental, Cajuga aid DiLMii.
Scranton Railway Company Must
Keep Streets Clear at Night.
Genetal Manager Sllllman, of the
Scranton Street Railway company, was
notified yesterday morning by Stieet
Commlslboner Thomas, actln g under
instructions from Mayor Molr, that ho
would In the future have to ptcent
the stalling of cars every night In fiont
of the bain on Providence road or bo
nnestcd and fined under tho puls
ions of the ordinance which ptohlblts
the blocking of tho sttcets of tho city.
It has been the custom for several
ycats back for tins company to keep
an aerage of tw(ntj-lle or thirty
cars evcty night on the switch In fiont
of tho bain, thu hitter not being of
sufficient sizo to house all tho rolling
JlCVOIiIAI' M.tniCI'., A memorial scniee en
tlj ilcrjili of iuicn Victoria will be held In
, I.yU'a ihuich on trldav ccnlne, Fib, 1
lllio'VlsIl of the Purification). The ltev 1.
Ki Bafcman, ul tie Church of the Good Shep.
DEAT.1 IIS IN
A MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Be Hold Sunday Night
Honor of Queen Victoiia.
A memorial set vice In honor of
Queen Victoria will be held In the
rirst Piesbyteilan church on Sunday
evening, Jan. 27.
Dr McLcod will delUer an addtesi.
The choir will sing Loid Tennysnn'a
"Crossing tho Bar." Tho Caledonian,
St. Andrew's und St. George's socie
ties, and all who cherish tho memory
of this best beloved sovereign, aro
BACKUS TEAM DEFEATED.
f XilBI ox currant oucnuga scut i
V on application.
f' Securities boucht nnd sold on
Wllkes-Barre Bowlers Won Out by
The Backus Bowling team was last
night defeated by tho West End
Wheelmen's team at tho latter's alley
In Wllkes-Bai re. The Wilkcs-Rai reans
won out by only eight pins. Hopkins,
of the Backus team, was high man,
with a ecoro of 02 in tho first game.
Tho total scores were: West End
Wheelman, 2.2C9; Backus, 2,261.
60, 'BROAD WAY, N. Y.
Specialty. Diseases of Women.
Room 1, over Globe store. Hours: 1 to
B.30 p. m. Consultation froo. Dr.
Mahon'a Shoe Store
Is open late Saturday nights. 608 Lack
SEYB. At KahoVa, Mo , Jan. !l, 1901, Mrs. John
Srjb, formerly MIsi Mame Ucu, of Wjomlng
aunuc, thli city.
LAND OP OUR BIRTH.
Mayor James Molr, one of tlyj most
enthusiastic Scotchmen In tills city and
ono of tho most delightful raconteurs,
followed Mr. Law, and mado one of his
chaiacteilstlcally clever addresses on
tho geneial theme, "Scotland, the
Land of Our Blith." In beginning his
temarks ho refened to Queen Victoria,
who he said was "a great ruler and a
gi eater woman."
"I think I liked tho dead quesn
best," paid ho, "because she used to
consider my native county, Aberdeen,
to bo the finest spot In Scotland, so
fine that she built herself a castlo in
It and used to spend a part of her
time there cvety jenr. Balmoral Cas
tle was just over tho hill from my
homo and we used to think of the
fUiecn, not as tho queen of Groat Bilt
aln nnd Ii eland and empress of In
dia, but just as plain Mrs. Albctt, as
tho old Scotchwoman called her.
"One of tho dead queen's proudest
boasts was that tho blood of tho
Stuart taco flowed In her elns. Sho
caied not for Hanoverian ancestors,
but wns glad to trace her ancestry to
tho ScottUh tacc. They call tho now
new king Edward VII, but ho should
bo called Edward I, because lie's the
first Edwaid to tulo tho destinies of
both England nnd Scotland.
The mayor teferred to tho Intense
patriotism which Is engrafted into tho
heart of oveiy Scotch child by his
mother. "Tho mothers," said he, "nra
the teal patriots of Scotland. Tho
fatheis don't teem to care so much
nbout their natie land as they'"
Scotland, he said, had ono of tho
longest and most glorious histories ot
any nation and a history abounding
in hetolo deeds. "What man," said
he, "does not rovcio tho name of Wal
lace, who raised a little baud to fight
against tyranny und despotism, even
though ho knew they would lead his
country Into a higher civilization.
"Tho most splendid examplo of tho
nobleness of tho Scotch chaiactcr is
found In tho devotion of the Highlan
ders to Prlnco Clint Ho Stuait when
a prlco was on tho latter's head. The
English government offered 30,000 for
his enptuao, and though over 500
Illghlandets knew wheto ho was hid
ing, there wasn't ono baso enough to
betray him, though the reward must
hae appeared to thorn to have been
a fabulous one."
The humor of Scotland came In for
a largo sharo ot the mayor's talk, and
he picked out a few cliolco stories from
his inexhaustible fund and told them
in his own unapproachable way. It
would, Indeed, bo hard to find, tho
country o'er, a man who can tell u
Scotch dialect story liko the mayor.
One story, In particular, mado tho hit
of tho evening.
It was tho talo of a Gordon Highlan
der who was lying dangerously
wounded in South Africa, and who
the commission says that the deep
seated hatred of tho people must ba
reckoned with. It would be of assist
ance to ho American cause if tho
Catholic chutch were to substitute
Americans priests, but tills a question
of chinch rollcy with which the com
mission has nothing to do. Sns tho
"It Is enough to say that tho political
question will be eliminated If the filars
aro not sent back."
Refctenco Is made to tho subject of
religious cxerclbes In schools, which
has since been decided In favor of tho
church, on tho basis of tho Taiibault
plan. Tho commission says:
"It is not certain that this would
completely meet the views of the
Catholic bleat chy, but it is likely it
will avoid that active hostility to a
public school system which might bo
a fotmidablc obstacle in spieadlng
education among these Catholic peo
ple." The commission states that it has
no authoilty to grant ftanchlses for
tho construction of railways and ad
vises this government to empower It
with this right, believing thajt the
construction of a number of roads,
backed by foreign capital, would en
The tepoit suys that all tho courts
ate ptifoimlng their regular functions,
though in a provisional way. Tho
commission hopes to reorganize tho
Judlclaiy early this jear, but declaies
that the establishment of a federal
court Is not within Its jutlsdlctlon.
The civil code la stated to be adequate
for the solution of commercial contro
versies nnd the tcgulatlon of nil civil
A motion to strlko Is pending boforo
the street car men's union. It Is likely
though It wilt not bo adopted.
When tht company officials and tho
committee- tepresentlng tho employes
concluded their conference yesterday
morning,, the men were Insistent upon
tho railway company agreeing to tho
clause that none but union men
should work on the cats or In tho
barn, nnd tho company was firmly
opposed to ngreelng to anything
stronger than a clause to the effect
that union men would not bo dis
criminated against. As to tho Keller
and Seclcy cases, It was agreed by tho
company that a compromise should be
effected by the men ngreelng to tako
Keller Into tho union, whllo Seoley
was to bo given some other employ
ment, this compromlso to bo contin
gent upon the men ncceptlng tho
counter proposition of the company In
regard to the employment of union
Tho rcpoit of the committee made to
the meeting of tho men, which fol
lowed tho conference, wns tho causo
of a dlsucusslon which lasted till
nearly 5 o'clock.
A motion was made that the men
refuse to work till the company sign
the agreement Just as It was presented
to Gencrnl Manager Sllllman last Sat
utday. An amendment wns mado that
tho company should be given twenty
tour houts to sign, und that if the
signature was not forthcoming in that
tlma the men go on strike.
Tho committee teportod, among
other .things, that President Clark
had contended that tho men's demand
was an Illegal one; that they had no
right, under tho law, to insist that tho
company bo compelled to hlro only
This contention wns the caute of
most oC the prolonged debate. Finally
It was decided to lot tho motion to
strike go over until tho committee
could con&ult an attorney. Tho com
mittee was empowered to modify the
clause in question to conform to the
Ideas of tho attorney it should en
gage. Attorney M. r. Conry was selected
as Its legal adviser and a conference
wns had with him last night. After
the meeting one of tho committeemen
stated to a Tribune reporter that It
was tho intention to modify tho ds
mand so that the company could hire
whomever It pleased, but before tho
new man could be placed on the regu
lar list he should ba mado to join tho
This proposition, proUdtng It mcet3
with tho approval of tho employes' at
torney, will be submitted to President
Clark this morning at 9 o'clocK.
Another mooting of tho men w 111 tako
place tomorrow morning to hear what
President Claike has to say on tho
pending motion. The meeting will also
pass upon Kellei's application for mem
bership, which was piesentod nt yes
tcrdaj's meeting and laid over for fu
1 Qeo. V. Millar & Co. 'IK'" "" S
jij wane in and Look Around
Our iijntem of PAINLESS Dentittry U fir
superior to the old method of doing work.
o both fill and extract teeth without th
leut particle of pain Our price for tho
rrent are extremely low, and if you ara in
need of any Dental ork. Call and hue
your teeth examined.
Gold Crowns $3
Gold Fillings $1
Bridge Work (T) $3
Set of Teeth $5
All nork iruarantccd for 10 years. Call and
hate your teeth examined (rce of charge,
batlatactlon or no pay.
w make a rpeclally of flno Crown and
Bridge Work and It nllt pay jou to, call and
(ret our prlcei before eolnj eliewhere. All
work abiolutely Pilnle&i
St 4 Spruce St, Opp. Court Hsune.
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 than you'll set
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.
l The New Xcvcrslh As
a Iilialt Removable
? Horse cannot slip
i. and will outwear three
S sets of any other calk
A Populnr Young Lady of Goulds
boro Mnrried Recently.
On Tuesday night, Jan. 13. Addison
Keesler, of Sterllnt', was united in
mairiago to Miss LHa riower, of
Gouldsboro, at tho home of the lattei's
parents, Mr. and Mia. Tilend Flower,
of that place. Tho ceremony was per
formed by Hov. J. X. Meaker, pastor
of the Gouldsboro Methodist Uplscopal
The lulde was attiicd In a gown of
dovo colored broadcloth, trimmed with
Popular Series of Musical Entertain
ments Is to Be Repeated.
At tho Southworth studios, tomor
iow at 4 p. m will be Riven tho first
of this season's "composers after
noons," so popular last winter. The
recital will bo "A Glimpse of Italy,"
nnd consists of Italian compositions.
This is to be followed by others of dif
ferent nations, British, Trench, etc., to
occur every month. The tollowlne is
1. Scarlattl-rastorale Nino
2. Doito "Sontano" Soprano and tenor
3. Maschcronl Andante Religion Violin
4. Buononclnl Aria
Luzzl Suda Contralto
5. Bclllnl-Caratlna I'lano
ft. Verdi Ac Mirla (Otello) fconrano
7. Mmonetti-ltnniawa-Madricalo Molln
f. fctradelll "t'leta bisnoro" Semi Ghowa
0. fc'sambati Mennuetto Piano
10. Carawelolo Two Folic Ponss
Soprano and Contralto.
11. Donizetti Aria, Vhaco (t'avorlta)
Ho Sid Not Begiudgo It.
Scranton, Pa., Jan. 23, 1001.
Pennsylvania Casualty Co., Scranton,
Gentlemen I beg to acknowledge
tho receipt of your diaft for twenty
threo dollars, tlfty-aoven cents, for
which pleaso accept my thanks. This
health policy Is tho best lncstment I
have made in the past year and the
main reason I tool: tho policy was on
nccount of its cheapness. My trouble,
commonly Known as barber's itch, wa3
vety painful, but tho satisfaction I
derived from you caused mo not to
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126 and 128
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Writes and shades seventy-fivo
letters to the line.
Writes straight on ruled linos.
Has automatic type-cleaning
The best manifolder and stencil
The lightest touch to keys and
The IEWETT ball-bearing car
.Triage "beats the world."
inejcwci 1 uuer is casny uu
most clever device of its kind.
The JEWHTT is modern, up-to-date, simple, convenient, durabl
3IAG1HNKS TLACED ON TRIAL AND OTHER MAKES TAKEN.
nalo blue satin. After the ceremony,
a wedding biippor was served and later begrudgo it. Thanking you for your
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lllO CUUII1U WIUJ SA eilUtlVU u WIO luuillj'llivan, t. usij, ,v 11.IHH111,
very muy yours,
Gouldsboro Comet band.
Local data for Jan. 23, 1901:
Highest temperature SO deprtcj
Lowest tcmpcratuio ii dcgiccs
8 n. m D$ per cent,
3 p. m 05 per cent.
Snowfall, 11 Iiojrs cuJIrs 8 p. in., 1.1 nidus.
J. P. Hitchcock.
the famous shoo for women at Million's
Shoo Store, COS kackawnna nvu.
For a Cold In the Head
Laxatlvo Bromo-Qulntne Tablets.
JEWETTNo. 10 Has Ninety-Two Distinct Char
acters. Eight Tlore Than Any Other Standard Ha-chine.
D. W. WAGNER,
215 Board of Trade
4.4. .. .j. .;. . ! !
A Glove Sale
Our entire Stock of Ladies' Gloves will be sold for
one week at the following greatly reduced prices:
Perrin's Glovea, in Glace and Suede, popular
shades, $1.50 kind, for
Silk Lined Mocha Gloves reduced Irom $1.25
Our entire line of standard make $1.00 Gloves re
t Price & Jenkins,
Williams' Bake Stuffs
Ve keep very busy several of the best
bakers that ever struck Scranton.
Finest things prepared to your order for
Parties, Weddings, Etc. With them, Ice
Cream and Ices, of course.
J.D. WILLIAMS &BR0.
' 312-314 LACKAWANNA AVE.