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THE SCRANTON TKIBUNJE-TUESDAY, 3LUICH 12, 1001'.
WILL BE OBSERVED BY LACKA
No. 1133 Will Be Twelve Ycara Old
Next Fridny, and Hns Increased
In Membership ftom a Dozen to
Ncnily Two Hundred T. H. Dale
Will Spenk on "The Ship Subsidy
Bill." Funeial of Deoi-go Glnader.
Deaths and Funerals Miner Killed
in the Archbald.
Thr twelfth unnlVPiHnty of l.ueka
wtilinii council. No. 11.1.1, lloyul Atea
nun), will bo tlttltiKly nbsei ved by the
member.-! in Ivorlte hall next Krlday
evenliiK', when mi entertainment, social
hii1 smoker will be licld ut tin clone oC
tin! icnlni' tnt-cllm;.
The toiini'll wan established Willi
only twelve charter memhei!. and now
include: neatly two hundred of tlm
iint Ittllii'Mitlal litislne- and prof oh
slonal men In the city.
Attorney ('ornellilK (Vnnepyn will de
liver mi iiddrc. nl tlif aniilvoinii v
nice tine, mid tin- onunltici' on in
iiiim'cniPiilM in now etiKimed In prepar
lupr a iiniKi.uiniH' fur tlic event.
Funeinl of Ocoigc Ginadei.
tie.. .Tncoh Holmottli'. patlor of the
'liestnut Sticcl (Ionium l'lenbyierlnn
huii'li. olllcluted at I hi fuurial of thu
liilo liciirKc Glnnder yesterday nfter
ni'on. Tin- M!Viois were huM at the
linns.1' on North Uroinley uvcnui, and
wore laiKcly attciiilcd. memberx of
Vuiiii 31.1. Patilotle Order Sons of
Auii'llcn, and the .Timlin' Older of
rolled Auiuilcnii .Mechanic attending
In a body.
Tin' pall-benier weie Jlenjy DIHer,
liieub SrhmediT and t'harle.s Soluclfi,
of tin Mechanic'', and Thomai 11. Ila
vK William l.aho and William Hoy
noil, of 'tin Patilotlc Onh'i Sons of
Ammlia. i;. K. Fuller and William
lulls cic (ho llowi-i-bcnier.s. A qliar
'I'tli' from the Simpson Methodist
Kphcoi'ul church x.-r.v. anil interment
'uih made In the Washburn stieet
i cmet"i .
Killed in the Mines.
W. 11. I) i Is, a-jod thlily-lhive years,
u.ts Instantl.v hilled by .1 fall of coal
.hlle at work in the Archbald ml no
MsUidaj. Dfccahcd was a Mnplc ni.'iii
ind iisided with his fathei. mother
and sistois no.ir the Aichbald mine.
The funeinl ser livs will be held at
out tor , and COLDS
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
An Exposition of
hi Ladies' Spring Suits, Waists, etc. open today,
which should attract much attention, as it is replete
with everything that the best posted buyers can
think of, aud displays a class of workmanship and
careful finishing not to be found elsewhere in this city
Can be seen at their best in our comfortable show
rooms, and visitors will be welcome although they
may have no further intention than merely making
a tour of inspection.
Some Very Striking Values
Will be found iu Ktou Jacket Suits, with aud with
out collars, and while
SixButton Blouse Suits
Are also popular, aud shown here iu endless variety,
Laiglon Collars and Bishop Sleeves
With flouuee and flare skirts, are considered top
notch ideas, snd there's no end to the selection, as
well as a score of other fashionable ideas just at hand
A Very Extra
Bargain in Fancy
Silk Waists at
the house tomorrow afternoon. Inter
ment will bo made In the Washbuin
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Ths nnnual collection for si. Pat
rick's orplianaKC will he taken up lit
St. I'attlck'ri chinch next Sunday at
Itcv. J. U. Whalen. panlor of St. Pat
rick's Cathollo (.hure.li. Is III at tho
parochial lesUlcnce, lornor of Jackson
street and Sumner avcim.
The special committee appointed by
the president of the West Side Ile
puhlban club to arrange, for the spe
cial ni'ctliiR on Thursday evcnhiK next,
met last evenliiK In the toont and com
pleted tho details. Mr. Thomas. 11. Dale
will address tho club on tho subject of
"The Ship Subsidy Hill."
Joseph DuKgati, of Jackson stieet,
will leave for Huffalo, X. Y.. today,
when he has accepted a position.
MNs MaiRari't CavanilRh, of Chest
nut stieet, Is scilously HI at her home.
T'u reel 1 l.ee, the Infant nephew of
Mr. and Mis. OPot'Ke W. Ilrown. of
ItobiiiMin Btieot. died yesterday. The
inttrinent will be made In Cambiia
LHiictery at ", o clock this af'ernoon.
A lu'W pool table has ben phutd In
SI. ISrciiden's council roonw
Isaac Tugue, of West Xlcholnni, I -turned
home yesterday from a few
days' visit with his biothcr, 1'olcr V.
TaRiie, of Jackson stieet.
Miss Kllzahotli tllnadcr, Mrs. John
llurn.s and John Worthing;, of Now
Yoi k, attended the funeral of the Uio
(leorRC Glnader yesterday afternoon.
A social session of the Columblas
was held last evening at their hid
Muarlcrs after the tcRUlar meelln? at
which Kvan Waltcis was elected dec
retal y to succeed the hit' Hobert
An liitciesllns: Ro.pol servlcit a
conducted at the YounR Women's
Clulstlau association rooms last evening-.
Tins Cerman class will meet this
Walter Capwell and Miss Fnnnte
I'hlllips, of Swetland street, weio unit
ed In marrlaRc yesterday nf'"inoon at
tho homo of tho bilde'.s paients, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Phillips. The cere
mony was perfoimed by Aldeiinau D.i.
A resular meelltiR of the Franklin
l'nglno company will be held this even
ing John Holler, of Falrchild's hotel, has
rutin ncd fi oiii a trip to Xnv York.
The West Side board of Undo will
hold a regular meeting: at S o'clock tills
The Hcrtha ha Monte Misslonaty so.
clpy of the Washbuin Stieet I'resby
ITlan church will hold their annual
election of otllccis and social at the
parsonaRe this evening.
Mrs. V). P. Serine, of 1317 Vliv stieet.
Is tnklnR caro of her dniiKlitor, Mr?. A.
it. Ackerson. of Ward street, who has
been 111 for tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs ('. O. Hrooks, oC Brook
lyn, X. Y., ate spcndliiR a week with
Mrs. Brooks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
It. Ackerson, of Wood .street
Chillies Hess, who has been in (he
All the New Weaves
All the New Colorings
All the New Styles
All the New Combinations
EVILS OF ANUPYR1NE
It Depicsses the Ileal t and Causes
Derangement of tho Kidneys.
The use of antlpyrlne for the relief
and euro of headache Is a practice that
cannot ho too severely condemned. It
has a deptesslnR effect upon the heart,
while tho continued uro causes a do
uuiRemcnt of tho kidneys. Kiause's
Jleadacho Capsules contain no anil
pyilni. chloral, morphine, caffeine or
any other Injuiloiis luRrcdleul, and can
be taken with wifely by the most deli
cate) woman or child. Thev aie a
purely veRotnblc preparation, prepared
In soft, soluble Relatlno capsules, which
tuo easily dissolved by the warmth and
llttldsof the stomach. Thoycnre uulckly
and leave no had after effects. They
aro so pleasant to take, so bcncllclal
in action that no one would ho with
out I hem after havliiR once given them
a ti Inl. Kvcry box of Kiauso' Head
ucho Capsules Is sold on a Ruutantco
In cuie, or money lefundcd, 1'ilco 1!3
centH a box, at dniR stoic?.
nrchltcctuinl business In Now York
city for some time, has opened an olllco
In Scranton. Mr. and Mrs. Hess will
make their home on North Main ave
nue, with Mis. JIcsh' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Cliiiiles Gray.
AY. J. Phllo, of AllulRht avenue. Is
out, alter a week's Illness of the
Miss Grace Slcklcr has leturiied to
her home on Piovldeuce road, after a
two weeks' visit with fiiends In Now
The yountr men of Park Place aie
oiRanlzlnR a social club, and expect to
be In shape by Apill 1.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Pleasant Affair at the Home of Miss
Mamie Compton Next Sun
Miss Mamie V. Campion entertained
a nunibjc of her fi lends last evening In
honor of her eighteenth birthday at
her home on Cedar avenue.
The evening was whlled away In
Barnes, sonps and dancing and at a
late hour lefreshments wera served.
Among tho.e present were the Misses
Jennie Klniwood, Mnttle Klmwood,
Minnie Miller, T.ulu Kvans, Lizzie
Donovan, Lucy Hartelson, Kdna Bar
ttson, Coia llee.se. Laura Fenner and
Sophia Herbs, and Messrs. Julius Holer,
William Huitman, (lottfrlcd P.ihr, Jo
seph Hly, lllchaul IS ray. Joe AVI!'.um,
Fred Spt.uulcl. Joseph Kck, Citation
Pop, Floyd Hartelson. John Perile,
John Decker, William Miller, i:ds
north Thomas, Patrick fiolilen.
Next Sunday's Concert.
The ni'Mnbeis of the St. Ti cue's La
dies Temperance society have com
tl'ifd arraiiT'itii'i ts for t'v concert
which they will hold next Sunday even'
nipr, March IT, at St. ."ohn's Ku, for the
beii"ilt of the i.rw church.
The concert .'s eNpectcd t.i hf one
o the finest evei flveli on tin" side.
Manor's oichestr.i has been secured for
the oicaslon and will render '. e:il
numhars dm Ins tho evenlup. Tho fol
lowing programme will be Riven: Over
tin p, H.mer's onhestra. (a) "When
Life Is brightest." (b) "The Minstrel
Boy": choius, with orchestia nicom
panlmeut: solo (selected) MNs Kathiyn
.M.1UKUH." "Don't Ciy Ma Honey."
double quaitette and orchestia; solo,
"Palm." William Kelly, hat p. Miss
Lucy llui us; solo, "Swallows," Miss
I'lizabeth Durkln; solo, Mrs. Joseph
O'Brien: ''Old Madrid," quartette and
orchestia; solo. Professor John T.
Watkins; piano solo, Miss Kate Tteai
don; (a) "Kt Studiantlna." (h) "Ter
icnce's Faiewell to Kathleen," chorus
with oi ehesti u. accompaniment.
lizsldes Bauer's oichestra the sinB
crs will he accompanied by Mis Katie
Ileai don and Mlns llo-e Conwa'y.
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
Mis. I'luN ?.iren.en of Alder stieet,
Is contlned to her home by an attack
of the crip.
The funeral of John ll.iydeu will
take place this moiniiiK ut 0 oMock
fiom the family te.sldeiuo on Stone
avenue. Services ovei the remains will
be held In St. Petei's cathedral. In
torment will he made In the C'atheifivl
The members of Comet Indite, No. VU
Knights of Pythias, will nu'el this
evening: In Haitman's hall.
Junior Order I'nlted Ameilcnn Me
rhanlcs, No. S:'J, will meet in tegular
session at Sehlmpfi's hall tonight.
The Catholic Mutual and BfiU'dflal
association will ru el In Vhaimar.y hall
St John's Llteiary society will mr t
In St. John's church hall this cculns;
Special business will be iransaete.l an I
all inenibei aio lequested to b" prei
cut. DIED AT THE HOSPITAL.
John Lynn, of ;!.! Webster street, died
at, the Moscr Taylor hospital yester
day. Lynn fell oif a tiestle nt Moosli
on Diceinber 2; and fractuied hli
William Willi mi-, .i soil 21 ,.'jij, UkJ caily
i i mlay ni'Jinliiu .it llii linini! of Ills 'umit,
l'.OJ WusMiuui Muot
Hit! fimci d (.oivlcrs Mill lie loi.'lu'lcij at t lit
limw Thuiuliy uiniiii'Oli nl .". fi'ilod. Ii. llc.
ImM .loin. utnr mi Uio Hll W1-Ii ( O'e
riicili"i)il chuiili liilriiiiriil will be inailf in
(in Uii.lliinn klnit icon teiy.
Mis. Cathaiine Tougher.
tlli. f.uliciitie IoukIiii, o( fiicen' lI"-ii
iliwl jiUiJjy nflor a hhnrt IIIiutu. of Uio grip.
The liiniial will lie UM irom Die rchlilmu at
F M o'iKicIc llil. murnliig. f-cnicn will bo held
at si. Mrr'K i.ulrLiliil .mil lutmneut will in
inaOi' in Hie r.illn'ilral iimdii.
luliii luvli Uicl 1'ib. W al tin Iiuiiip nl ti i-i
lU'i'ihtrr. Mh. IMw ird Caiiv, o( IIIrIi ift,
ri.MiKnilli. lie li unlvo'l i; thii'c ilauRliint,
Mrs. lab' .Mil f'.uey lunl liii. W. I.. Hanwnu,
f I'ljllioutll, Jll'l lli. II. I.. llMlnll. m Wot
Clllvft our lie rfiiialm o( tlir luu lluli
ard IIjuIhrIi'Ii will lie "niuluueil at llio liotw,
IMS .lacKkon ulrrel, at i o'clmk IhU altciuonn,
I'j Hev. i; .1. MM limy, nrtor of M. JihW'i
Ipiiioiial rlnirih. Inlirnunt lll be luado in
the liiimiiorr irmoliry.
Tlie lniin.il of tlio lale P W. Oiillln. of (.kn-
liiirn, Mill R In I.I lioiii tlio I I'nlilciu c at 10 .10
o'clock tomorrow iiioriiliiic. rrieii'U Ulilne to
Jtlrnil (an go up to Ulrnlnirn in tlie 1 oMoik
(rain on lie Delaware, I.orkauanna and Wot
nn. 'II 10 remains will In- bromtlit to lld city
on tlio ri'ion train and Intttrrd at Pumnorn,
S-rjiilon, nlll he held at f:M o'clock tliU morn.
Ink from lle rivldrriro al lUamond avinue and
I'ri'tMriutf load. Scrilcm lll lm ronducli'd
ut M. 1'aul'n c lunch and Intel mint will be made
In tlie Cathedral cunitciy.
MEETNQ OF WELSH CONOREQA
Inteiestlng Sessions in the West
Market Stieet Church James Gol
den Had His Finger Blown Off by
tho Accidental Discharge of a Re
volvor Chicken Thieves Aie at
WorkBasket Ball Tonight Res
cue Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
Preparing for a Banquet.
The 1'iiaiterly conference of tho
AVclrtli Congregational mlnlslcis of
N'orthenstein Pennsylvania was con
ducted Iu tho West iMaiket Street
Welsh CoiiBreRallonal church b'atuiday
afternoon and evening nnd Sunday.
Saturday was given over to the dis
cussion of current topics, which elicit
ed many Intel eating comments from
the ministers present.
Tho Sunday services wero entirely
taken up In dlscouisca by visiting
clergymen. Two ablo seimons weio
preached In the morning by Itev. Theo
pholls Davis, of Plains, and Hev. D. M.
George, of Plttston. At tho afternoon
service?, which began at 'J o'clock, thu
Hev. David Jones, of the Flist Con
gregational church, of West Sciaiitoii,
preached an excellent KliglMi seimon,
followed by the Hev. Mr. Jenkins, of
Warrior Hun. who also spoke In tho
Tho evening sen Ice was opened by
the reading of th Scriptures by Mr.
David Hill, of .Termyn, Pa., who after
concluding his remarks Introduced tho
Row Hugh W. Jones, late of South
Dakota. Ho delivered iu Kngllsh an
excellent sermon. Tho services were
brought to a dose at the conclusion of
the sermon by the How H. I. Hvnus.
The intense Interest manifested was
attested by the exceedingly large con
gregations which attended nil tho ser
vices. It was found neccssaiy to place
chairs In the aisles to uccomniodate
the timing. One of tho especial fea
tures of the ret vices was the excellent
singing of tho augmented choir, as
sisted by nn otehestta under the di
rection of H'Miry Hltchlngs. At the
nttcrnoon fcivIco Mrs. Lizzie Hughcs
F.ritndage kindly tendered her hervlces
and leiideicd a solo with such pleasing
efiect that by request sho was com
pelled to give another number. In tho
evening Josiiua John delighted the con
gregation with a solo. Manv vlsltois
ftom out of town wero present.
Have Extended Call.
Hev. Arthur H. Smith, of Berwick,
I'a., has been extended a call to be
pastor of the congregation of the North
Main Avenue Baptist church, and al
though he has not yet formally ac
cepted the offer, has piactlcally dono
After closing his year on April J, at
Berwick, ho will reside in ttiTs city,
dwelling at the paisouago on Oak
stieet. His pastorate only begins on
the llrst Sunday In Apill, but next
Sunday ho will conduct the sei vices at
Shot His Finger Off.
James Golden, the West Market
street barber, accidentally discharged
a loaded revolver last Saturday and
the idiot which followed badly Injuicd
tlie forefinger of his left hand.
The revolver was out of order and
Mr. Golden was i leaning It, when some
object stiuok the trigger and dis
charged the weapon. The bullet -went
through the finger, teailng part of tho
ilesh and nail away. Dr. J. J. Sullivan
was called and orcf-ed the Injured
Chicken Thieves at Woik.
"hlckeu thieves havo again been op
erating In this taction of the city, and
last Saturday evening the ehlcken-coop
of Hdward Morgan was enteied and
several of a species of fancy bleed
hlrds were taken. Mr. Morgan has
been In the habit of keeping his fowls
under lock and key, but of lato he has
not placed a lock on the coop on ac
count of It hell ik near the house.
Mr. Morgan's suspicions point to
wards a paity who he Is cei tain has
his birds, and ho intends to put the
case In the hands of a Noith Scranton
aldeiman if the chickens aro not re
Fast Basket Ball Tonight.
This evening tho Ciackerjacks basket
ball team of cireen lildgo will play the
Noith Knd Stars at the Aiidltculuin.
The f'rackerjacks have been the most
successful team of the season, losing
but one game dining the season
This ceiling's gnmo is expected to
bo tho best of tlie yu.u, both Minis
placing lliclr host men In Hie gam..
Olllieis were elected Sunda after
noon at a meeting of the St. Joseph's
Literary nnd Benevolent society m
their looms iu St. Maiy's hull.
They weie: Piesldonl, P. J. O'Don
mil; vlce-piesldent. Thomas CuIIpii,
recoidlng secretat, James Saltry;
financial secretin y, Mnitlu Walsh;
treasuicr, Domlnlck Hvaus; sick mes
senger, Martin Lynch.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
Tlio nicmliers of Keoue lo.iirp,
KnlKhtK of rytliluc. aro at present bus.
Ily eiiKiisod In aruuiKlnj; tlio ntcessar."
dptalli prppniatory to tliPlr liauipiut.
whli'li tl lip held fcomotlnip next
mouth. It will bo i-Pineiulit'ied lliat Mi
IihIkp rondiiclPil a Hlmll'ir affair two
eai aso and o micocssful was that
ovent that thos-o Miio nttendod Hindu
pffoits to mnko nil annual evont.
Tho society, liowovor, dpcld'.'d to podt
pono it last yoiir, hut havo finally no
'Hilosi cil to tho ninny ieiiieKts for a
liunquet this yoai.
.TorIui.i .lolin, tho well-Know n lanor
BoloUt, Is tho rorlploiu of a very ilnt
tPilnjj offer from tho Aretiopolltan
I'liurcli, VVushliietoii, 1"), ".. to heooiup
n niembPi of tlio choir. Tlnoently Mr.
lolin nccnnipjuU'd tho "VS'lllIrmi Con
noil Olce i'IuIj to Washington. At tho
niui'iiliifr service ho rondrred a nolo
with such liiipte?3lvenr.iH that tho choir
conductor Immediately inndo ovit
tures to him with tho puiposo of hav
ing him become n permanent muml-tr
of tho church choir. Tho offer Is an
excellent one and Mi" J1"'')" I now con-
David Knnc of I'litnain wtieet. 1h
THE HOMLIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
5J wrll as tlie lunJveincit, ntiil etl.cr
ue imllfil to call en nny dniRislit ami uct
ficc a trial I'Otllo of Iumi'a IU1am lor tlin
Tliroat ami l.imsa, a remedy that it suirantrril
t t tiro ami irllfi all Clupnle ami Aculf Tousln,
.Wthnri, Ihcnthllli atid Ccntuni'tloii. ITU o Mi',
recovering rapidly from an attack of
The innrrlago of William Hlchaids,
tho well-known barber, to Miss Mnr
garet Jcrvls, a prominent oung lady
of this place, Is announced to Ittko
place In tho near futuic.
Sirs. John Jones, of Warren street,
Is ablo to ha about after an Illness
of seveial weeks.
Harry Kloluinlson, of North Main
avenue. Is convalescing after a pro
Miss Dora -Hoe, of Kansas, Mo Is
the guest of West Maiket street
Miss Mnmo Haggcrty, of North Main
avenue. Is In New York city attending
the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. M. J.
Heap, of that city.
Aillc W. Crossinnn, of Throop street,
is seriously III with tho gilp.
Delhi Shoemaker wis the only pits
oner In pollco court jesterdav. Drunk
and disorderly conduct was the charge
prefoned, and she was discharged.
Druggist Fred Mayo, of Henwood'fl
iliug store, visited friends In l'lttstoit
Miss Anna Thomas, of Plttston, Is
Ihe guest of Mrs. l''ied Mayo, of North
Aaron Stoll has icturncd home from
All news matter will iccclve prompt
attention if left at Davis' thug store,
corner of Main avenue aud Mutkct
Miss Nellie Tuttlc. of Diamond ave
nue, and Miss Lulu Sheiiniin, of North
Main avenue, nto visiting friends In
New Yoik city.
A large gilded frame plctuie of three
young ladles was found In front of
Multcy'fl store, last week, by a patiol
nian nf this precinct. The picture was
Viappcd neatly In a. newspaper. The
owner can havo It by applying at, tlio
Providence police station and Identify
ing the property.
NEW TRIAL IN
11 oncliidrd fiom Pace ."
the alleged mauufactuting of "dis
charge cases" I iv nlileimen and Jus
tices, and the cases of bilbery and per
jury which are being prosecuted against
Scranton olllclals and ev-olllclnls.
Tho Jury hns a comparatively small
number of cases to dlsposo of this
term, and may tlnlsh Its inborn before
the week Is over.
Among the cases it illl pass upon
are six from tlio South district of
Lackawanna township, fin which John
J. Coyne charges Thomas Dlsklu, Will
iam Hart. Thomas Jeffers. John Crowe,
Patrick .1, Dlsklu and M. (1. Cuslck
with violating the election laws. The
first four arc cbniged with having
voted Illegally; the last two, who who
judge and Inspector, lospectively, aie
accused of having neglected to rerinlio
pi oof of the right of suffrage after due
Constables Repot t Sunday Selleis.
Constable Henry Dlerks, of the Sec
ond waul, Dickson, repmtcd Saloon
keeper Thomas Mciiulre for selling on
Sunday: Joseph V. AVoelkeis, of the
Klcventh ward. Scranton, complained
against Fred H.ildner for the same
offense, and Heese S. Davis, constable
of the Third waul. Dickson, returned
Joseph Kniolln, Kied Klefer, William
Kryger, John Kuiibeekl. Bernard Itos
cnfeld and Stanislaus Otozlnskl for
selling on Sunday. The cases weio re
ferred to District Attorney Lewis.
It Is understood the Men's union
aeents assisted mateilally In seeming
the cldenco on which some of these
repoits aie based.
Yestei day's Man Inge Licenses.
Willanl C'roilcr .....
Anile T. Unil.e
llionui Micppaid .. .
Oucmile J. IaU .
Grant W.nUuortli .
Helen r.Umtli . .
.l.'.ol North Main atinne
IJ'Jfi Mc; lt'it incline
UJ'J Hampton i-lieit
,. lull Hampton slKct
312 ri.in!;lln atenne
. . . .Majheld
' e.in.a.ll'rlirLit mid I.iimr AflTev.tlonl.
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5ahatlon Oil cures Rheumatism, is & 25 cts.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
Sold by all drucizUN
or-Hcnt ny wuii.
tVervlta Medical Co., Cblcsjo
Sold hy MtOiruh ."v Thomas. Diujitsts. -M
I silvauaiina annuo, biramon, i'a
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I 25 CTS.
Don't use bracers
Tor the body that drags the brain that lags the starved uervri
he abused stomach there Is a real remedy. Thoughtfully pre
pared to meet thpss exact co ndltlons. The lesult of years of
liractleo and experience The ablest professional minds com
bined It. It cures Dyspepsia qulekcr tliun any known medi
cine, It Invigorates Drain and Nerve, renews vitality. No ieau
tlon what you get you keep.
Mason's YELLOW Tablets cure DYSPEPSIA
Sea and Car Sickness, Headache Brain and Nerve Invigorator.
No CiIhimI, AltM er Optile.
Htsts't Ytllmr TlbltU Care
Set lid Cir Slckaeu, H(tcb
Drain til Ncrtt Tonic, UK.
Mnoa'i Brop Ttbldt Cure
Dlllauiand Liter Troublti
0. K. In the nernlef, 10c
fUnoa'i Rel Tablets Care
BroocMtU, Bed Breita
Green Ridge Wheelmen's
New Club House, 1045 WyomtngAvo
Opens Tuesday eve., March 12,
continuing for balance of week.
Good Attractions Nightly.
All'fit Moninn Ml Kim .!rci't
Ytalho 'Jliioi 118 AMcr street
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Tlionuj John, tr., 1011M ililc ol Vumlllni?, jot.
tcrdjy li unlet! In hU icImutlon.
Attormy .1. M. Waller jrslcriliy appointed
audltir la tho rotate of An.i Uatnii, dm a-dl.
Tlie prliton lioird imt jnlonlay otlertioon
ami lieml tlir leporL o( Secretary J'.. K. llnl.
Tlir- ea" of TAriile llilley nf.linU I. 1)
Watrei wai referred, by jsrnmcnt, to Attorney
f. U. Mttle.
Tho rrpnrU of the county auditori for the
jejrn of lSil and ltW uero filed jenleidij and
conditknillj apprincil liy court.
GeoiRi S-tLerison, William 0'itood and 11. P.
TiiiMiiiii, eii jevlcrduy uppointid xlcwerd ol
Hi" proposed new roid In .Icfferwin timn-Jdp.
The judgment In the tae of S. II. and . .
Muller. ei-cntnr, ne.ilnst J,uki and T W.
Dradlej, an jMtcnliy flriekrn off beeanse of
Its imt haWm; be-n roculirly cnlered
A inli .n jesterdav pi intcd t" Miow cauo
hy Mlclnel Connor, tniihr henlenre in y
hli lfc, T.l2?ie, Connor, $3 per innnlh, thotild
not ho dlveharped from tlio lounty Jail, llio
lieralnK Is to take plica Match in, at t) a. m.
ANNUAL McALL MEETING.
:Iip. .1. A. Pilcp ontcrtnlnetl tlio
memlicrs of tlio AIcAU JIUsloiiary no
doty yesterday afternoon at licr lioinc.
It mas thp rinniml mpotliifj and p'eo
tlon of oillcers. The iinmiimtlii? roin
nilttpp. of which Mrs. A. K. Law is
ohnliTiiiin, prrpnted tho names of all
last ywu's olllcora, who were un.inl
niously clertcJ. They aie: Mis. .1. A.
Prlrp, ntcplileiit: Mis. 1?. F. L.uu,
sciiftnrj; Jlri., G. V. ltoynolds, tieus
urer: JU'H. F. n. Ilanillton, corrospoiiil
lus HLcrclary. I'apors wero load ly
Mrs. II. Q. Powell, Mrs. PiIcp. Mis.
W. IT. ricree, Mih. J. A. Uncn. Mis.
Oukley and oiliois.
HIS SKULI, FRACTURED.
Ooincllus Coalprlcc, of li'.l Oak
Sitnet. was caught under ti fall of roof
nt the No. 5 Storrs mine yesterday and
mistaliied a tinctured fikull. IIo .a.s
romoved to the Mosos Taylor hospital.
Damaged by Smoke aud Water
and You Buy Them for Half
Bonafide bargaius. Bargains that we can
never offer you again when the present
lots are exhausted. A clean up ot every
thing that came in contact with the re
cent big fire. Mostly household and kitch
en utensils, including Tinware. Agate
ware, and China and Glass, Come quick
for it's going fast. On sale in basement.
J. D. WILLIAMS & BR0.
312-314 Lackawanna Avenue.
Said the Jester
to the King
quoth the king
"It's no jest to
make a man hungry.
Itedaca latliejmaltaa, tie.
Metoa'a Crtim ol OllteaCatct
Croea, Plmptct, Ncara1li.
Barat eod Piles, Ue.
All Drat t lit or nailed for erlceir
II. T. MASON CHEMICAL CO.,
(21 Arch Street,
I YCEUH THEATRE
- m:is .t tu'iKitiNni'R, iki,
A. J, l)UllVv Man iter.
O.NK MCllir ONLY,
Thursday, Harch 14
THOMAS W. UIJOAlllll'ltST'a MASSIVE SCUNTfJ
All American plav for the American people",
r.veiy act apeclal K'niery. The oriffinil Ilcrala
i'rieea 25c Me., V.V-. ami $I.P0.
SmN on Rile Tuesday nt It a. m.
rillllAV AND &TUIin.VY AND SATUllDAJ
MYl'IMX. M.m.'II 15 AND It.
MR. CLAY CLEMENT
In lll Kmtaikible l'crsonallon of
In till Own liljlllc Coiuidy, tlui
Mllli an Aileiii.af Suppcitlne Company.
l'lllf LS-Kunlmr. Sic. .W' TV. and fi;
niatliee, 2,'e and ."A.; children to any part 01
the houm', IV.
fc.aU on Mlc Wodnc-dj) at li a. in.
ACADEHY OF HUSIC,
REIS& nUHOUNDHK MARRY A. IlROW.t
Uiiufers and iK-st't. Local Manager.
M.I. THIS MI.IK.
l'uiMb M Mice i-(ialor'rf PjiiBhtei'
Inevliv i:fiilin; .. 'Mjnttiy ef WiiciUwii''
Mediie.iljv Mniine" "I tail'1
Wnlrndi) r.M-nini: "1'iuler valcd Ordfra'
Matinen rriect-in and ;n nnl,
Henlnc ftlcra- U, -il ami W) crnK
All 0. IIKIIi;lG10.S, Manner.
IIIItl.K DA. fOMMKNCINfJ
Monday, March 11,
20th CENTURY STARS
The Dickson Miuiuractniing Co.
tcranton nnd WIlUevMarrj, I'.i,
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARV ENOINES
Hollers, llolnlnc and Pumping .Machinery.
General Office. Scranton. Pa.
BI80UIT COMPANY A