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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902.
IN ONE DAY
DWELLING HOUSE IN LINCOLN
Second Fire In Samo Building In Two
Days Another Flro In John H.
Fellowa' House Other Fire on
North Onrfleld Avenue Disorderly
House Hntded by the Police Two
Accidents Yestordny Events of
This Evening Other Nqws Notes
and Personal Paragraphs.
The Columbian were moused bv a
fstlll alarm at G.RO o'clock yesterday
morning, when a lire was dlscovoied in
th6 double house ut tho corner of South
Slain nnd Stratford avenues, Lincoln
Heights, owned and occupied by John
O'JIulley and family.
Owing to the distance and the lack of
water In that locality, the building was
rapidly consumed, and everything- was
lost, A pipe line was run up from tho
T3odgo and a force of water supplied,
but this was Insufficient. A fire was
also discovered In the same bouse Wed
nesday morning', but when the lirenien
arrived tho flames had been nut out.
A barrel of oil In the cellar Is said to
have exploded, but just what caused
the five cannot he learned. The house
was but recently built and occupied,
and Is a complete loss. It was partially
While tho occupants of a dwelling
bouse at 212 Garfield avenue were
thawing out a frozen water pipe at 0.30
o'clock yesterday morning:, the wood
work caught fire and was damaged to
Ihe extent of about $200. An alarm was
sent In from Box 38, and Engine com
pany No. 3 and Chemical company No.
responded and extinguished the
Humes with the aid of the chemical
solution. Tlio house is owned by Jlis.
A still alarm was sent In to the
Chemicals at 1 o'clock yesterday after
noon from John H. Fellows' house,
where flames were again discovered in
the flooring. An application of the
chemical soon subdued the flames.
Jlr. Fellows' loss is placed at about
$1,500, nnd ho carried $7,500 insurance
on tho house and furniture.
Frank Beavers, of South Hyde Park
avenue, manager of Phelps drug store,
was thrown from a cutter in tho cen
tral city yesterday, but luckily es
caped serious injury. The runner
Diiioiip's French Tar
Will promptly rellcie ami speedily euro
coughs, colds and all lunfr trouble. Tor
Hlc ,by G. W. JUXK1XS, 101 South Slain
1 Admire Well
1 Dressed Women
H And the best dressed promenaders of this city j
5 hear daily testimony to what you can get for g
:$ a little money, provided you come here. All
f$ of our customers are models of correct style. -'
H3 There is a trig effect, a trim individuality that &
:$ is not common. St
Here Are Practical
I Examples of Mhat a Little 1
I Money Will Do When Well Spent
:$ The garments offered here now are most bar- SP
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wcimauic ui iucsb new
reasons than one for
I 2 7 Inch Coats
Values Up to $20.00. Price $6.98 !
I 42Inch Jackets g
Values Up to $20.00. Price $6,98 1
Ladies' Raglans 1
S Values. Up to $10.00. Price $3.98 1
g HCSrWe do uot hesitate to say that here are 3T;
some of the greatest values we have ever been able
to offer you, The prices render competition out of S
the questiou, and the sale is ou Friday and Saturday, S'
Will you be there? We think you will, ;
caught In the street car track on
Spruce street, overturning tho cutter.
The horse was Btopped before going
William Hughes, of South Slnln ave
nue, nn employe In the Hellenic mines,
was bruised about tho head and body
while at work yesterday, lie was re
moved to his homo In tho mine ambu
lance, and Dr. Comegys attended him.
Disorderly House Balded.
Lieutenant Davis and squad raided a
disorderly house at the foot of Jackson
street curly yesterday morning and
arrested three men und two women.'
They gave their names as G. II. Man
earow, John Dougherty. Frank Jordan,
Mamie Price and Cnhsle Jordan. All
were lined and one paid. The rest were
committed to tho county jail.
The Lledorkrnnss howler challenge
the second team of the Electric City
Wheelmen for a game on tho hitter's
alleys next Tuesday evening. The team
Is made up of Fred Welnss, captain;
Edward Elsie, Cleorge Hrelg, fieorgo
Koech and Henry Dlmler. Answer
through The Tribune.
The Electric City Wheelmen's first
team will play a return game on the
Elks alleys next Monday evening.
Tbe game on the Electric City Wheel
men's alleys last evening between the
Patngonlas and the l-nfliyettes result
ed In a tie, each team winning one
game. The deciding game will be rolled
Events of This Evening.
All members of St. Paul's Pioneer
emps are requested to meet In their
hall this evening for drill,
The Probationers class will meet In
the Simpson M. E. church this even
ing. The Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Simpson Methodist Episco
pal church will meet this evening at
the home of Mrs. J. B. Snyder, Wash
The choir of the Plymouth Congrega
tional church will meet this evening for
You are invited to our fish and oyster
departments at both stores, 100 North
Main avenue And 103 Drinker street,
Dunmore. 'Phone 251-2.
Cnnavan & Walsh.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Mrs. J. J. Decker, of Division street,
entertained the Railroad auxiliary of tbe
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
at her home last evening.
St. Leo's battalion drill team held a
meeting In their hall hist evening and
practiced for the encampment next
Richard Wheeler, of South Ninth
street, a fireman on tho Lackawanna
railroad, slipped and fell on the ice,
while on his way to work recently, and
sustained severe injuries.
The coasting on Wet Linden street
is tho best in the city, and is not at
tended by very much danger.
Tho Oxford Glee club held a well-attended
rehearsal latt evening, prepara-
prices. We Have more
making them low priced: 29
to $10,00. Price $3.98 S
to $20.00. Price $6.98
lory to their ttlp to Allentown on
At a recent nicctlng of the Leek Social
club tho candidacy of Evan Morris Tor
city controller was unanimously en
Angolo J. Pepper, of Stark court, was
run down by a coaster on West Linden
street, nnd sustained a fractured arm,
Dr. F. C. Hall Is attending him.
John Uowen, of Fellows' patch, while
wrestling with n boy named Gerlock,
fell and fractured his arm. Dr. D. J,
Jenkins Ret the Injured member.
Stephen McDonald, of Scrnnton street,
was quite badly Injured by being struck
by u bobsled recently.
Tho ladles of St. Patrick's T. C. B. U,
held an enjoyable meeting In St, Leo's,
hall last evening. After the business
meeting a social session wus held.
William Ludwlck, of Hampton street,
had his arm fractured while at work In
tho Dodge recently.
Bonnie lloyal, of Price street, had his
hand badly cut while coasting near his
Prof, Lewis Davis' mixed choir will
meet for ' rehearsal In the Jackson
Street Baptist church next Sunday
evening. Gurnet- Ueese's temperance
choir will meet at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon In the basement of the First
Welsh Congiegatlonal church.
The choir of the Jackson Street Bap
tist church will meet for rehearsal at
S o'clock this evening.
The Kloctiic City Wheelmen's mln
trel company held :l rehearsal last
evening under the direction of Profes
sor Alfred Wooler.
A large number patronised the clam
chowder supper served last evening by
the Women's Oulld or St. Mark's Lu
Charles w Mathews and W. II.
Courtrlght enjoyed a slelghrlde to Dal
ton last evening.
Miss Jennie Lowry, of South Simmer
avenue, and Mrs. O. F. Coyle, of Forest
City, have gone to North Carolina.
George Smith, of South Ninth street,
is confined to his home with throat
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams, of Price
street, are entertaining tho former's
sister, Miss Anna Mason, of Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Speais, of Cox
ton, are spending a few days with
friends on Price street.
Louis a. Jenkins, or Hampton street,
and Miss Katie Winters, of Taylor, will
be united in marriage at the home of
the bride's parents on February S.
Announcement has been made of tho
engagement of Alfred Davis, of North
Filmore avenue, und Miss Dowen, or
Mr. and Irs. John McGIoln, of Flf
leenth street, were tendered a surprise
party recently, and proved equal to the
Albert Wicks, or North Hyde Park
avenue, is suffering from an attack of
Gomer Davis, of North Ninth stieet,
Is slowly recoveilng from an Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howell, ot
North Lincoln avenue, have as their
guest their daughter, Mrs. Peck, of Elk
dale. Thomas Cooke, or Wilkes-Barre, Is
visiting at tho homo or Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Phillips, on Swctlnnd street.
Mrs. John T. Richards, or South Main
avenue, is Indisposed.
C. It. Sliryer, of North Main avenue,
has returned from a trip to Carbondale.
Joseph Fldlam, who for years had
been a Green Ridge mallcarrier, has
been transferred to one of the new
routes In the Dunmore section. F. S.
Roberts has taken Mr. Fidiam's old
Beatrice lodge, No. 70, Daughters of
Rebeknh, will servo a New England
supper in Morel's hall, Tuesday even
ing. Feb. 2.), from 5.30 to S o'clock.
A horse belonging to C. F. Beckwith
& Co. became frightened near the Del
aware and Hudson Green Ridge station
yesterday afternoon and ran away.
Tho wagon collided with tho fence of
the Green Ridge hotel, and tho driver
was thrown out. The horse broke away
and ran down Dickson avenue and out
Marion .street to Sanderson avenue,
where he was caught. The driver was
not injured and tire only damage was
a badly broken harness.
Prof. Hawker, or school No. 27, Is
selecting the best musicians from
among his scholars for the purpose of
forming a school orchestra.
Owing to the trouble experienced by
frozen pipes the water has been shut
off at nil watering troughs in this vic
inity, except the one nt the corner of
r-ast auu-Kei street and Sanderson ave
The lecture room of the Asbury
Methodist Episcopal church was crowd
ed last evening with friends of the
church and Sabbath school, gathered to
hear tho entertainment given by class
No. 22. At the close of the programme
refreshments were served.
J. Bartron and Fied Smith, sons of
Mr. and Mrs. P. p. Smith, of Mousey
avenue, have been enjoying a hare and
hound chase in Massachusetts.
HAROLD PRENTICE, son of Mr.
and Mm, Charles P. Turner, died nt
their home, in West Elizabeth, on Mon
day, Jantmry 27, lined 4 years. He wan
111 nhoiit three weeks, and wiih the only
child ut" his parents, greatly beloved by
them. The funeral will bo this after
noon at 1 o'clock, Interment at Eliza
beth cemetery, Jlr. Turner is employed
In tho eiiBlueeriiiB department of tho
Rteel works at Clalrton, and tho fam
ily linvo resided here for soma months.
Elizabeth Herald, January 30,
Harold Turner's father, Charles P
Turner, was until ir yem- ug0 principal"
of t,ho school of mechanical engineer
ing of the International Correspondence
schools. Ho left here to accept u posi
tion with the Elisabeth Steel company.
MRS, MARY DUFFY, an old and re
spected resident of Dunmore. died at
tho homo of hor damthter, Mrs. James
Urown, on Chestnut street, Dunmore,
Wednesday evening, after a llnjjerliiK
lllness. Sho Is (survived by two chil
dren, Michael and Mrs, .Tames llrown.
The funeral of tho talc Jlks fjilihoii, lat.9
place Iioni liU late loldejice on Cliiiti.l annuo,
thl morning, Srivlccj will be londuitcU at tho
Holy (oary ilnmli. JnUiinciil 11 be made in
the Cuthedul tctnetciy.
THE MHELIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
As well as Ihe handsomest, and others are Invited
to call on any druggist and get freo a trial bottle
of Kemp's UaUam for the Throat and Lungs, a
remedy tint li Ruauntu'd to euro and icllcio all
t'lirtulc and Aeuto Cou!u, Asthma, Bioiuhltls
and Consumption. I'rlcg 2$tr. oud Wo,
A $1,000 PRIZE.
A prominent manufacturer hns of
fered a prlzo of one thousand dollars
for tho best essay on preventive medi
cine, "believing that a proper exorcise
of preventive medicine Is of Incal
culable bonellt to tho human race."
The tendency of medical science Is to
ward preventive measures. The best
thought of tho world Is being given
to tho subject. It Is easier nnd bettor
to prevent than to cure. It hns been
fully demonstrated that pneumonia,
one of the most dangerous diseases that
medical men have to contend with, can
bo prevented by the use of Chamber
lain's Cough Homedy. Pneumonia al
ways results from a cold or from an
attack of influenza (grip), and It has
been observed that tins remedy coun
teracts tho tendency of these diseases
toward pneumonia. This has been fully
proven In many thousands of cases
In which this remedy has been used
during tho great prevalence of colds
and grip In recent years, and can bo
relied upon with Implicit confidence.
For sulo by all druggists.
Republicans Are Rallying to the Sup
port of the Excellent Republican
The Republicans of Dunmore uie
showing great Interest In the coming
election and there Is every Indication
that they will be victorious In the com
ing contest. The borough ticket nom
inated Is a most excellent one.
Everyone of the candidates is a rep
resentative man well qualified to per
form tho duties of the oillce to which
he seeks to be elected, and theie Is no
reason If the Republican voters will
do their duty and go to the polls nnd
There Is no doubt that a majority of
the voters of Dunmore are Republican
and all that is required is to get them
out. The committee Is doing every
thing in their power to Interest and
enthuse the party nnd their efforts
will undoubtedly be crowned with suc
cess, if only the individual voteis will
do their duty. The ' Republicans of
Dunmore can win this light. All that
is required is that they do their duty
as Republicans should. Work should
be your watch-word.
Last night the committee of the First
and Second districts of the Sixth ward
met and considered plans for getting
a complete and authoritative list of the
voters of the ward as a basis for the
work of getting out the vote on elec
The funeral of the late Arthur Uuane
took place from bis home, on Bunker
Hill, yesterday afternoon. Interment
was made in St. Marv's cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ames, of Hawley,
are guests at the home of B. P. Sav
age, of Gieen stieet.
John Kelly, of Apple street, is visit
ing fi lends at Port Jervis.
Hnrnessmaker Bee will dispose of his
stock during this month and return to
his home at Shenandoah, where ho has
a lucrative position awaiting him.
Corn, to Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, of
East Drinker street, a daughter.
Joseph McGrall has accepted a posi
tion as driver of the Lackawanna
laundry wagon In town.
Special to t lie Scranlon Tribune.
l'oict City, Pel). I!. ThfTP U liu tlnlli uluit
ner in tiie lcpoit whk-Ii lui been Riven general
iliciilation by the Ucinily nicx Hut tlieie i'
iin.ill.poY al Iticliinonihllli-. The Notsick family
uhieli was (.aid lo lie sick has not been ill.
Mr. O. P. Cojle left jetenla.v to join a puty
of Seianton people who will tpeiul the rest of the
winter in tho south. They ro by nay of W.ili.
iutfton and ilaltiinoic.
County Siipeiintcnilint ('. II. Mole., of lljll
Mead, MU-iI the local school jc-tcnliy. He U
a candidate fur re-election and has dining hii
teuuio of oldie gluii n,it Miction, the mIiouK
IliroiiRliout Ihe louiilj- luring attained a liish
slaiidjnl under hi" MipcivUlnn.
A. .1. I.owrie, W. .1. Mil.nuRlilin and P. fj. Al
len spent Wednesday and Thursday in Mr.uilon.
.1. P. M'hlte lias gone to Hot Springs, All.., for
Mr. and Mr. Kvciett Itonhim wore In Wa.
mart Wednesday attending the futieial of the for
mer's brother-in-law, 1'ieil Jones, in Wu.wiuu.
.7. .1. Walker, Tliomu .lone-, and II, T. (VXclli
seived ai Juiois nt Montro-c this week.
UNCROWNED ENGLISH QUEENS.
No Less Than Seven Have Missed the
Honor of a Coronation.
I'roni the London Lady's Pictorial,
As a rule most English queens have
been solemnly crowned, whether they
reigned in their own right or as wives
or royal husbands. To this rule, how
ever, there are seven exceptions.
The lit st Mas Margaret of France,
the young, plain, nmlnble second wife
of Edward I. He had spent so much
money In conquering Wales nnd In
trying to conquer Scotland that he
could not afford the expense of a coro
nation for his girl bride, nnd she had
to do without the splendors of the
King Henry VIII", took care that
Anno Iloleyn should bo crowned with
extreme magnificence. He desired to
show tho world how much ho loved her
and how very much lie defied tho
blshon of Home,
The four wives who succceeded her
wens never crowned nt nil. For ono
thing, money ran short, and for
another, there may havo lurked, even
in his masterful mind, a sense of tho
"fitness of things," which may have
caused lihn to shirk from publicity
crowning so many ladies in such very
At any rate, tho beloved Jnno Sey
mour, tho I'esplsed Anno of Cloves, the
girlish Catherine Howard and tho
wary Catherino Purr were never con
secruted In public us queen consorts of
Henrietta Mnrln, wife of Charles l
refused to bo crowned. Sho wns young,
sho was pretty, she was u French
piincess, and she declined to' take part
in u stnte function, which would coin
pel her to partake of the sacrament ac
cording to Church of England rites.
Sophia Dorothea of Zell cannot be
reckoned among tho seven, because she
wns never called Queen of England" nt
all. While aeorge I, was being
crowned, and nnnolnted, and bored,
t)io lady of Ahlden wns pining In her
long, monotonous captivity,
Caroline of Brunswick Is the last nnd
most remarkable Instance of the un
ci owned English queens. Though
George IV. had been forced from popu
hrr Indignation torsive up the bill of
pains and penalties against hor, noth
ing would Induce him to let her, 110th
hls coronation. She wns not permitted
to bo present In Westminster Abbey
Itepulsed from all the entrances, she
returned to her house, to dio within
three weeks of a violent fever, brought, I
im uy Hiuju.-is or u'unui excitement.
JOHN M'KENNA FELL FROM A
Had Both of His Legs Broken and
Is Now at tho Hospital John Prlco
Had His Leg Crushed in tho Leg
gott's Creek Mine This Will Be
Ladles' Afternoon at tho North
Soranton Bowling Alloys Prizes
Are Offered Articles Won at tho
Fair News Notes.
John, the 13-year-old son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. William MoKenna, of Ruano
street, fell nnd broko his two legs
while at work on a scaffold at the St.
Mary's Seminary Wednesday after
noon. McICcnna was employed about tho
place to do light work and run er
rands, and while on tho scuffold, ho
attempted to walk from one window
to another on tho north side of tho
building. Owing to the Icy condition
of the scaffold, he slipped and fell a
distance of about thirty feet,
Tho Lackawanna bosplta ambulance
was summoned and the boy was taken
to his home, but later was removed to
the Lackawanna hospital.
His Father Assaulted.
Dr. J. C. Caldwell, of 42?, West Mar
ket street, received ye.steiday a copy
of the Boston Herald containing nu
account of a brutal assault committed
upon his father, Cleoige F. Caldwell,
i ho lives In Wnshuu, New Hampshire.
Mr. Caldwell Is a wealthy farmer
and was found at his home uncon
scious from a severe scalp wound.
When lie regained Ills senses at the
hospital he stated that he had been
lnuiderously assaulted by persons un
known to him.
John Price Injured.
John Price had his leg badly smashed
between the mine locomotive and a
trip of cars yesterday morning in the
Legget's Creek mine. Pi ice was sitting
on the rear end of a locomotive when
a trip of cms came along crushing
He wns lemoved to his home where
Dr. Bower attended him.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
The meeting of the North Soranton
Prohibition society, which was to have
been held this evening at the home of
Mrs. John McDonnell, of North Main
avenue, will be held at the home of
Mrs. Thomas Moore, of Parker street.
There will bo a special meeting of
the North Soranton Republican club,
No. 1, this evening in their looms on
West Market street. Every member
is requested to be present.
Misses Dora and Cecelia Early, of
Carbondale, were among visitor! in
Tho North Scrnnton bowling alleys
will be open this afternoon from 2 to
C for ladies only. The rooms will be
in charge of Miss Selby of the Young
Women's Christian Association. The
manager has arranged to have the
Ladles' Bowling club, of Green Ridge,
give an exhibition. They will also give
two prizes, one to the lady from this
place making tho highest score and
one to the Green Ridge lady doing like
wise. The ladies of Maccabees held their
regular monthly meeting in the Audi
torium last evening.
Manager Hnswell, of the North End
Stars, has returned from Harrisburg.
William J. McHnle, of Connnellsvllle,
Pa was among visitors in town Wed
nesday. Messrs. McNulty and Muiphy, ot Oly
phant, were among the out of town
guests at the fair, last evening.
P. J. O'Horo, of North Main avenue,
left Wednesday evening for New
The follow Ing articles were carried
away from the fair In St. Mary's hall
Wednesday night: Rox of crackers,
John May: rocker, Miss Mary Hop
kins; woolen coat, Thomas Cavnnaugh;
chamber set, John Hensler; zither, Al
phonsus Hcnohrnn; damask table cloth,
Daniel Katowski; Administer rug, Ed
wnrd Lynn; box of tobacco, Henry
Cunning, Courageous and Dangerous
When nt Bay.
Pi om tin- Moston Herald.
To say that n dog can "whip his
weight in wildcats" is to pay about
the highest tilbuto to his strength,
courage and activity, and there are
very few dogs that would caro to
earn such a tribute If they understood
nil it implied. Not that a wildcat Is
of a specially nggiesslve disposition; on
the contrary, he would sooner mind his
own business any time than flshU So
anxious is he, as a mle, to keep out of
trouble that-he has often been ac
cused of cnwaullce; but ho has, on so
many occasions, given evidence of the
most desperate courage that I doubt
if the accusation is a fair one. When
wounded or at bay he is perhaps as
dangerous ns any creature of his size,
Lynx rufus wus originally an Inhabit
ant (jf tho tropics, but he gradually
worked his way north, and Is now
found in mnnv of tho states from
Texas to Maine und also In several
parts of Canada. In appearance at this
thus of year he Is a reddish brown
animal about throe feet long, Including
n short tail, which is barred on top
with rufus and black. Tho under sur
face of the body is yellowish white,
spotted with black, In the spring tho
color of tho upper parts will change
to grayish brown. Tho female is much
smaller mid moio slender than tho
male, and in looks and actions bears
a stronger resemblance to the domestic
cat. Her ears, like those of tho male,
nio surmounted by tufts of coarse hair,
less conspicuous, however, thnn those
of the Canada, lynx. Tho legs of the
wildcat nro long nnd tho feet large
nnd armed with strong, sharp claws.
Tho hind feet are webbed, At Its best
It Ib n savuge-Iooklng creature, and
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ours ii you iry;
f j j itv allJ- ours I SQ 'roug we
1 iljl tj guaronteeucureor refund
t4 w money, nud itc tend you
free trial bottle if you write for It.
SIIIl.OIl'S coita 25 cents ami will cure Con.
sumption, Pneumonia, liroiicbitis and all
Lung Troubles, will cure u cough or cold
iu a day, ami thus prevent serious results.
ii iiaa Dcciiuoniff rntse tiling:! lor
S. C. Wells & Co.. Lo Roy. N. Y.
Karl's Clover Root Tea corrects ths Stomach
fl TEST EXPERIMENT
Paoullar Power Po8seed by a Now
Ot new discoveries there is no end,
"tout one of tho most recent, most re
markable nnd one which will prove In
valuable to thousands of people, Is a
discovery which It Is believed will tnko
the place of all other remedies for tho
cure or those common and obstinate dis
eases, dyspepsia nnd stomach troubles.
This discovery Is not a loudly adver
tised, secret patent medicine, but In a
scientific combination of wholesome,
perfectly harmless vegetable essences,
fruit, salts, pure pepsin und bismuth.
These remedies are combined In loz
enge form, pleasant to take, and will
preserve their good qualities indefi
nitely, whereas all liquid medicines
rapidly lose whatever good qualities
they may have hud as soon as un
eoiked and exposed to the air.
This preparation Is called Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets and It Is claimed
that one of these tablets or lozenges
will digest front COO to .1,000 times Its
own weightier meat, eggs and other
wholesome food. And this claim has
been 'proven by ut-tual experiments In
the following manner: A hard boiled
egg cut Into smiill pieces was placed In
a bottle containing warm water heate'd
to ninety-eight degrees (or blood heat),
one of these Tablets wns then placed In
the bottle and the proper temppratuie
maintained for three hours and a half,
at the end of which time the egg was as
completely digested as It would have
been In a healthy stomach. This ex
periment was undertaken to demon
strate that what It would do in the
bottle it would also do In the stomach,
hence its unquestionable value in the
cure of dyspepsia and weak digestion.
Very few people are free from some
form of Indigestion, but scarcely two
will have the same symptoms. Some
will suffer most from distress after
eating, bloating fiom gas hi the stom
ach and bowels, others have acid dys
pepsia or heartburn, otheis palpitation
or headaches, sleeplessness, pains In
chest and under shoulder blades, ex
treme nervousness as in nervous dys
pepsia, but they all have same cause,
failure to properly digest what is eaten.
The stomach must have rest and assist
ance, and Stuart's jjyspepsla Tablets
give It both, by digesting the food for
it and in a short time it is restored to
its normal action and vigor. At same
time the Tablets are so harmless that
a child can take them with beneiit.
Tills now preparation has already made j
many astonishing cures, as for instance,
After using only one package of Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets I have received
such great and unexpected benefit that
I wish to express my sincere gratitude.
In fact, It has been six months Mneo I
took the package and I have net had
one particle of distress or diltlculty
since. And all this In the face of the
fact that the best doctors I consulted
told me my case was Chronic Dyspepsia
and absolutely Incurable as I had suf
fered twenty-five years. I distributed
half a dozen packages among my
friends here, who are very anxious to
try this remedy.
Mrs. Sarah A. Skeels.
Lynnville, Jaspar Co,, Mo,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold
by druggists everywhere at ."0 cents for
full sized packages. A llrile book on
Stomach Diseases mailed free hv ad
dressing F. A. Stuart Co., Marshall,
when It is nngry It growls, spits and
rolls Its blazing eyes In a manner which
faithfully rellects the demon character
The fdod of the bobcat varies with
the seasons. In the warm weatlier,
when game is plentiful, he takes his
pick, but in the winter he Is often glad
to take what he can get. Ho Is fond
of fish nnd frogs, and in the summer
he follows the dry beds of the brooks
and small rivets and fishes In the deep
holes. Ho also cats hares, rabbits,
squirrels and bats, and even beavers
when he Is luck enough to get them.
Ho catches a good many birds, too,
chiefly grouse, quail and other species
which sleep on the ground. If the
farmhouses are not too far out of the
way ho will visit them and cniry off the
EUROPE'S FUTURE QUEENS.
Richest Is Princess of Denmark, the
Prettiest of Roumnnla.
I'iuih the Boston Glolic.
Tlio future queen of Denmark Is ono
ot the richest princesses of Hut-ope.
Sho Is the daughter of. the late Kliu
Charles XV. of Sweden nnd Norway,
and Inherited enormous wealth from
her mother, nee Princess Lioulso of the
Netherlands. She possesses tho dis
Inetlon of being the tallest princess of
Kurope, and is a strong-willed woman
with nny amount of pluck und deter
mination. Tho prettiest of crown princesses is
tho wife of I'rlnee Ferdinand of non
mania, In whom tho Kngllsh peopl.r
feel a special interest, since she Is the
eldest daughter of tho late Duke of
Trlnce Ferdinand is nephew to the
present king of Uouinaula, who has no
Another granddaughter of Queen
Victoria's, who Is n crown princess, Is
the Duchess of Sparta, wife of tho
crown prince of Greece, Her mother
was the late Kmpress Frederick, and
frlio herself is, of course, sister to thu
Oeriunn emperor, '
Princess Sophia is tall and good-looking
nnd of nu amiable disposition.
A brilliant!)' at'compllshed woman is
the crown princess of Sweden, who un
foitunntely suffers from dellcato
health. She Is the daughter of thu
grund dukt of Hadon and Pilncea
Louise of Prussia an only daughter
of the Into Emperor William 1 und n
sister of tho lato Emperor Frederick
and mauled frown Prince Omir Ous
tnye of Sweeden iu 1SS1.
Their marriage became quite unin
tentionally an act of historic restitu
tion, for it happens that Princess Vic
toria of ISiulen is the great grand
daughter of the banished Swedish I; lay,
Gustavo IV (Adolf); and thus the great
grandson of Beriuulotte led back to
Scandlnavlu the relative of the mou-
H. RKI8, Lmjm nnd Mtnigrr.
J. DfJFFV, Dm. Mtniftt.
"One of the. CoiwplcnotM Surrrtw of ttio Prcstn
Kciv York Poanon,"
In Wm. A. Brady's Production of
Ily loltle Illulr Tnrkcr, author of
"WAY DOWN KAST."
llpncflt l'orformatirc for II. I". O. B., of Scrtnlon.
1'rlc.es-oO, 73, 1,00, 1.D0. (Inllcry, 25 ond 60c.
Seats on Bale Wednesday.
Saturday Matins and Night
K. D. Stair picwnl for your pleasure
Ward and Vokes
In tliclr Xew Mmlcal "Cut-Up,"
The Head Waiters
PrliM MaUncr, 2jc. ami 80s.
NIrIi, &';., fiOe., 75c, and $1.00.
Heals on eate TIiiiikIiiv,
Ona Night, Monday, Feb, 10,
rir. James O'Neill
In Lleblcr &- Co.'d MiiRiilllccnt Scenic Production
of the (JrcJlcr
Star cai.t Include I'ltUDKRIU Dll IHIU.K
VIM.K, .lames O'Neill, jr., Waircn Conlon, W. ,1.
llkon, Claude (lilberl, Joseph Slojter, Mifi
.-dene lolimou, Kate l'letulirr, Vlislnfa Keatlii'
and fllty others.
Uilnhial yew Yoik Academy of Slit-do produc
I'rkcs 23c. lo tl.30.
Si' i Is on bale 1'iiday at I) o'duik.
Thursday. February 11.
l'iit 'fine Keie of the Tiemendoin Dlstingulihed
Tilumpli, W. i:. XANKi:Vlf,I.i;, picsenls
Mo-t Powerful Story
Pirict f i oni Park Thctler, Huston, with all tha
sceneiy ai d cfllcicut cast.
Pi lies 23c. lo M. 0(1. -v
Sale of seals opens Sattuday at ') a. m.
Academy of flusic
M. HCIS, Lcrice. A. J. PufCj, Manager.
hai.axci: or wi:n.
The New SawtelleDaamaticCo.
.i;.T WfXK, SI'lXIAL fcNflVGUMKXT
May Fiske and Company
Mondiy, jpccial matinee and night, "The Char
ity Rill." Bis .iudeilllc acts headed by tli'i
kinillc t people in the world, Mra. (Icucial Tom
Thumb, Count and llaion Jlagrl.
STAR THEATRE ,
ALF. O. HEimiNCTO.V, Marager.
Tliur.-d.iv, Fridav and Satuiihy,
KEUltL'AItY'6, 7 AND S.
"Little Egypt Bnrlesqners"
Matinee I'.iery Day.
Atlantic City, N. J.
300 Ocean front rooms. 100 pri
vate sea water baths. Send for book
let. J. 11. THOMPSON & CO.
48B to 455
N. Ninth Street,
Telephone Call. 2333.
kic pon co.
liooms 1 aud'2, Com'ilh B'l'd'g.
lining and Blasting
Utt at Moodo ana Huiu lilt Worki.
LAFLIIM A RAND POWDBR CO,'3
ORANGE QUN POWDER
Elf ctrlo Bitterle. Klsatrlo KxplooUrt,
splodln j ultuti. Safety Fuiuol
Kepauno Chemical Co.'s
arch whom his forefather had chased
from the throne.
The fourth daughter of Duke Charles
Theodore ot llavarla Princess Marie
Oubrllle Is also the wife of an heir
t -r fc-r.