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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1902,
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ORAM HOMESTEAD ENVELOPED
Defective Fluo In the Attic Supposed
to Havo Been tho Cause Lack of
Flro Hydrants Apparent Fcllows
Crist Wedding Easter Music at
St. Patrick's Scranton. Choral So
ciety Dialogue of Birds Wash
burn Street Church Notes Other
Matters of Timely Interest.
The old Oram homestead, located on
tho corner of North Main avenue and
Oram boulevard, was partially de
stroyed by lire at 10.30 o'clock last
night. The house was occupied by Pat
rick Swift and family, nil of whom nue
ceeded In escaping from the burning
The origin of the lire could not be
learned, but It Is supposed to have been
caused by a defective Hue In tho attle.
Tho whole upper side of the house was
burned, and will require tearing down
The dwelling is one of the oldest land
marks In the Lackawanna valley, hav
ing been erected when but few houses
dotted Slocum Hollow, as Scranton was
known at thnt time.
The lack of lire hydrants and alarm
boxes In that locality was very appar
ent last night. William Davis, tho
powder dealer, succeeded In telephon
ing the location of the lire, and In
that way an alarm was sounded from
box 328, at the corner of Bromley ave
nue and Swetland street, which is a
considerable distance away. The lire
men responded quickly and did excel
1 Mozart's Twelfth Mass.
The people of this city are anxiously
awaiting Easter Sunday, when that
grand old mass, Mozart's Twelfth, will
bo rendered in St. Patrick's church by
St. Patrick's choir. For the past two
months the choir has been earnestly
rehearsing and there cannot be any
doubt of their ability to do the mass
They are tinder the supervision of
Miss Mary Johnson, who for the past
few years has been their organist and
director. A great musical treat awaits
those who will be fortunate enough to
be present on that occasion.
The choir has been requested to re
peat Gounod's mass, which was sung
FREE. FREE. TREE.
EASTER EGG DYES.
With every bobtlo of Dutoui' Trench Tar
lioimht at our orc we will giu away one
patLjge of faster V.gg Dyes.
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
i The Pick
I of White
1 Dress Goods
The time for hesitation is past; the realities of Spring
demand an immedUte decision in the matter of dress. The
templing goods here will help you to a conclusion.
Fancies and novelties in tucked and hemstitched textiles
and an abundance of them,
10c to 75c a Yard.
1 Handsome Hoisery
La Some of the most stylish hoisery you or we ever saw.
T$ Easter novelties in stripes and figures, entirely new shades 5":
jg and delightful combinations of colors.
25c to $1.50 a Pair. f
5 And the intermediate prices, $
1 Winning; Silk Waists
Many of them beautifully trimmed all carefully CHshed
and the perfection ol waist making. Gven dressmakers are
buying them. All the world will wear them and you, of
course, will want them too. We have a collection of
stunning things, just as neat, just as sweet, just as dainty
and fine as ever.
and the prices
a Various New
Very handy when there is a breeze or the air is chilly, $i
Not so very expensive when you come to inquire the price, jjf;
Fancy dots and squares in veilings of different colors SL.
and black and white, 5!
15c to $1.50 a Yard.
And there's a big stock to choose from
Globe Warehouse I
on St. Patrick's day by them, and they
will do so In tho near future.
Scranton Choral Society.
The Initial week-night rehearsal of
the Scranton Choral society will bo
held nt St. David's hall tonight. All
singers who have been engaged In the
preparation for Easter tnuslo and have
been unable to attend on Sunday even
ings, should avail themselves of this
The talented young leader, Prof, Lew
is? Davis, Is working hard with the
competitive chorus, and Is entitled to
tho co-operntlon of nil singers. The
coinmittco has some Important busi
ness to trunsact and will meet for a
short time nt John's Shoe store bpfore
Tho Dialoguo of Birds.
This cantata, or operatta, promises
to be tho event of tho season. Con
siderable care has been taken In the
selection' of singers to tukc Individual
parts. Thomas Abrums, West Scran
ton's leading tenor, will be heard at
his best, while Joseph dray, who also
possesses a very sweet tenor voice, will
also give good account of hlsmclf.
The Jones family need not be men
tioned, their ability as singers being
a recognized fact. Those who will be
present on April 1 will have their
money's worth In listening to Mlrlum
Griffiths, the youngest elocutionist In
the city, taking tho part of the ISngle.
She Is ti little genius.
Wedded in Duumore.
Pierce T. Fellows, of Luzerne street,
son of ex-Cotincllmun Horatio T. Fel
lows, and Mins Mabel Crist, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Crist, of 409
South Main avenue, were united in
marriage nt 11 o'clock yesterday morn
ing at the manse of the Dunmore
Presbyterian church, by the pastor,
Rev. W. F. Gibbons.
The couple were attended by Miss
Jane Fellows, sister of the groom, and
Dr. L. A. Crist, brother of the bride.
Tho bride was attired in a traveling
gown of grey material, and carried
After dinner, Mr. anil Mrs. Fellows
left for New York and other points of
Interest, and upon their return will re
side at 409 South Main avenue. Both
are well known, the bride being or
ganist of the Washburn Street Pres
byterian church for several years.
Washburn Street Presbyterians.
An entertainment in aid of tho paint
ing fund of tho Washburn Street Pres
byterian church will he given under the
auspices of the Gama Nu society on
Tuesday evening, April 8. Among the
participants will be Misses Freda
Kahn and Florence Robertson, of Dun
more. The Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor will conduct a union
sunrise prayer meeting In the church
nt C.S0 o'clock Easter morning. Rep
resentatives of all tho churches are in
vited. It is expected Rev. Elliott A.
Boyl will lead.
The Christian Endeavor society will
conduct a social in tho church tomor
row evening. Every one Is requested
to bring along a fresh egg. The collec
WHITE CANVAS CLOTH,
tion will bo donated to tho Homo for
The luncheon which was announced
for Thursday noon nt the church, hns
been postponed on account of the fu
neral of tho late George Cooper.
The I. W. H. circle of llio-Hnmptoh
Street Methodist Episcopal church con
ducted a sale of handkerchiefs In tho
church last evening, which proved to
bo n suqeess, both socially and finan
cially. Tho nffnlr was In charge of Misses
Sue Medley, Edna Bonner, Ahblc Han
cock, May mo Stanton and Rene Bon
ner. Well-Equipped Place.
John J. Decker, who has opened the
Capital Cigar store and bowling place
In the new Washington hall building,
has spared no expense In equipping It
with the best tables nnd alleys obtain
able. His stock of cigars, tobacco nnd
pipes will please the most critical
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler, of
Scranton street, have removed to- Wy
oming, where they will conduct the
The Scranton Alumni base ball team
will meet at the home of Robert Car
son next Friday evening.
Tho remains of George, tho young son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Scott, of Hamp
ton street, were Interred In the Peck
vllle cemetery yesterday afternoon.
Tho Wnhneta Dancing class will hold
their regular weekly social In St.
David's hall tomorrow evening.
The Kawego Camping club will meet
Friday evening at the home of Harry
Edwards, South Main avenue.
A surprise party was held recently
at the home of Miss Mabel Hoffman,
where a number of young people gath
ered and enjoyed themselves.
A dally celebration of the holy-eu-charlst
Is being held nt 8 a. m. this
week, In St. David's Episcopal church,
and afternoons at 4, with tho exception
of today, when an evening service will
be held at 7.45 o'clock. On Friday,
Matins at 10 a. m., three hours' devo
tions, 12 noon to 3 p. m.
Thomas Howell, of Ninth street, was
Injured while at work In tho Sloan
David G. Reese and family, of South
Main avenue, have removed to Taylor.
Camp 33, Patriotic Order of Ameri
cans, will hold a regular meeting this
evening In Washington hull.
Porn To Mr. and Mrs. John Cadw
gnn, of Elm street, twin boy.
Walter Ralney, of North Ninth
street, has accepted a position at the
Hampton steam plant.
Lehman Carey, of West Lackawanna
avenue, has his foot smashed recently,
while at work on tho railroad-.
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Jay Stanton and Miss Lena
Jenkins, which occurred at Biugham
ton on Monday.
There will be a meeting of tho West
Side Driving club on Thursday even
ing, March "7, at S o'clock, in Deckle
nick's store, North Mnin avenue. All
members are requested to be present.
A daughter was recently born to Mr.
and Mrs. John Fahey, of Main avenue.
Mrs. Anna E. Brown, of Scranton
street, spent last Sunday in Carbon
dale, with her brother, Charles II.
Rogers. It was his eightieth birthday.
Mrs. Leonard Cole, of Thompson, P.i.,
a niece of C. H. Rogers, came to din
ner in honor of the birthday.
Mrs. Charles E. Daniels, of Mousey
avenue, who has been ill at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Daniels, on
Division street, hns sullicicntly recov
ered to bo out again.
Miss Nellie Wilson, of North Gardeld
avenue, is suffering from an injury to
Miss Gwendolin Williams, of Arcli
Vuild street, has returned home from
Mrs. George Renore and son, John, of
New York, are tho guests of Mrs. W. E.
Thayer, on South Main avenue.
Miss Elizabeth Pfelffer, of North
Hyde Park avenue, is suffering from
an attack of malaria.
P. F. Shearns, of New York, Is visit
ing at tho homo of his parents on Price
Mrs. William Hlghlleld, of Lincoln
Heights, is able to be uround again,
after an Injury to her foot.
Joseph and Anna Holley, of North
Hyde Park avenue, are suffering from
Miss Maine Fentherman, of Luzerne,
Pa., Is tho guest of Mrs. Thomas Johns,
of Lincoln Heights.
Miss Ida Lamm, of Syracuse, N. Y
has returned homo from a visit with
Mrs. M. N. Dixon, of North Hyde Park
Robert Bradley, of Plttston, returned
home yesterday from a short visit with
West Scranton relatives and friends.
Charles Klmmlch, of Swetland street,
and John Larson were sucker fishing
at Factoryville yesterday.
Tho Women's Christian Temperance
union of Green Ridge will hold a
mothers' meeting this afternoon at 3
o'clock in the Evangelical church, on
Capouse avenue, A cordial Invitation
Is extended to all Interested,
There will bo a match came of ten
pins on the alleys of the Green Ridge
Wheelmen this evening, between tho
Black Diamonds and tho first team of
tho arcen Rldgo Wheelmen.
AT ST. LUKE'S CHURCH.
Programme for tho Remainder of the
The following Is tho programme of
services In St. Luko's Episcopal church
for tho remainder of tho week;
Wednesday and Thursday the ser
vices will bo conducted at the follow
ing hours; 7 a. in., 0 ti, in, and 12 m,
On Monday, Tuesduy and Thursday ar
ternoons there will be services nt 4.30
o'clock, and on Wednesday night nt
On Good Friday there will be Bervlces
at 6 a. in., J0.30 a, m from 12 to 3 p,
in, and at 7.45 p. in. 'flier? Will be holy
baptism on Easter evening nt the hours
of 10 a, in. and 3 p, in. -
On Easter Sunday there will bo cele
brations of the holy communion at C
and S a, in. and 12 m.; morning prayer
and sermon at 10.30 a. in.; children's
festival nt 3 p, in, and evening' prayer
and sermon ut 7.30 sharp. Tho rector
will preach both morning and night.
A GREAT- SURPRISE
In iii storo for all who use Kemp's Biljam lor tho
Thro.it anil Lungs, tho cre.it guaranteed remedy.
Would jou believe that It U noUl on its menu anil
any drujrglst i autlmUnt by (ho proprietor ol
thh wonderful lemcdy lu.gliu jou u baiuplj bottle
Irccf It ncer fjiU to cure mute or tluoulu
cousin. All UiUjgM oell Kemp', ll4ljni. I'rivo,
25v. and SUc.
HUE DOLLARS fl BOX
The Price (Jut No Flguro with lltm
"I want to say for tho benefit of
some poor dyspeptic that Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets will give comfort and a
cure every time. Five dollaro a box
would not stop my purchasing them
should I ever suffer again us I did for
u week before using them.
The one BO cent box I bought at my
druggist's did tho work and my di
gestion Is all right again.
Many of my neighbors have also
tried those tablets and found them just
as represented and Mr. Ellms also
wants me to use his name In endorsing
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
A. Ellms and Chus. F. Uuzzell,
South Sudbury, Mass.
Mrs. James Barton, of Toronto, ,Can
ada, writes: ''For eighteen months I
suffered from what I supposed was
bladder and kidney trouble, and took
medicine from three different doctors,
without any sign of cure. I felt so 111
at last I was hardly able to do my
"I thought I would try a box of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and see if
they would make mo feel better, never
really thinking I had dyspepsia, but
after only three or four tablets had
been taken all the acid trouble disap
peared and then I discovered I had
acid dyspepsia, while the doctors had
been treating me for kidney and blad
der trouble and one of them treated me
"My digestion is fine, my complexion
clear nnd I um able to do my work
and low spirits are unknown to me.
"I am so thankful for finding a euro
so good and so pleasant to take as
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I am sur
prised at the change they have made
All druggists sell and recommend
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, because
they contain only tho simple natural
digestives, and taken after meals pre
vent acidity and cause prompt diges
tion and assimilation of food.
Physicians everywhere endorse them
because they are as safe for the child
as for the adult; they are invaluable
for sour stomach, nervous dyspepsia,
heartburn, gas on stomach and bowels
and every form of stomach derange
GEORGE COOPER, tho well known
contractor, died tit S o'clock yesterday
morning at his home, 154 South Hyde
Park avenue, where ho had been l-on-llned
by illness since n week ago last
Thursday. While his death laid been
anticipated, owing to the seriousness
of his afilietlon, it is nevertheless a se
vere shock to his daughter, Miss Hat
tie Cooper, and his many relatives and
Mr. Cooper was one of tho best
known and most highly respected resi
dents of Scranton, having been en
gaged In business here for over a quar
ter of a century. Many of the largest
buildings in the city were erected un
der his supervision, and he was a real
estate holder of much prominence. He
was born hi Gloucestershire, England,
02 years ago hist February, and came
to America in 1SG1, locating in Scran
ton two years later, where he since
In 1S63 he was married to Miss Ellen
Butler In England. She died nearly
three years ago. His daughter, Miss
Hattie, Is tho only child surviving.
One brother, Charles Cooper, of Tripp's
Park, also survives him. Mr, Cooper
wns a consistent member of the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church, hav
ing served as trustee for many years.
Ho wus also a life-long member of
Hyde Park lodge, No. 339, Free and Ac
The funeral services will be held at
the house at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Interment will be made In the
Forest Hill cemetery.
MRS. MICHAEL SHERIDAN, of C01
Meridian street, died Monday night at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Durkin, 119 Prospect avenue. She Is
survived by her paients, husband, two
brothers and live sisters, P. J. and
John Durkin, Mrs. Edward Qulnnan,
Mrs, Owen Morun, Kato and Elizabeth
Durkin, of this city, and Mrs. George
Rushnuiyer, of Jerniyn. The funeral
will tako place on Friday afternoon at
2,30 o'clock from tho parents' home.
Services will be held In St. Peter's cn
thedral. Interment will bo made In the
ROBERT HELD, tho Interesting
young son of Mr, and Mrs, Arthur
Held, died yesterday morning, aged 2
years, after a two weeks' Illness. Death
occurred at the homo of the grand
father, Charles Hamm, The funeral
will tako place this afternoon at a
o'clock from i25 Plttston avenue.
The funeral of Pr, Hampton will lake place
on Thursday, KciiIcm at 1'.' noon ui "U Adam
UKnue, lluiial .it CuibpniUle at 2 p. In.
Progrununea of music for Easter ser
vices, Intended for Saturday's Trlbuno,
should reach this ofllco not later than
Itolctt (1, Ingersoll wag not always the tactfjl
lawyer ho became In liU maturity. 1,'arly in his
career ho found himself counsel for the defense
In a murder case, with a fusty old doctor m
principal witnCM against him. Thinking he taw
a chance to bo brilliant, he wrrasticilly pro
ceeded to bully the uitneM by commenting upon
doctors,' mistakes. "Hectors make m few mis
takes in lauyers," abetted the old nun.
"A doctor's mistakes aiu burled lx feet under
ground," fculd Inseisoll.
"Yes, but a laujer's mistake are huii ai
many irvt aboe the giound," wu the icply,
"and that U Just the difference."
The Jury uv the point, and Ingcuoll lot tho
wc bau i'uucUiu ViVv
THE HORSE OP MEAT DEALER
Hoof Caught Between Rail and
Planking at Delawaro and Hudson
Crossing Eunoral of tho Lato
Owen McHugh Was Very Large
ly Attondod Allegod Disorderly
Houso of Mrs, Annio Weed, on
Depot Strcot, Raided by tho Police.
Thrco Arrests Made by tho Police.
A hoi so belonging to Schrener, of the
Acme Ready Pay meat market, on
North Main avenue, met with a peculiar
Accident, while crossing the Delawaro
and Hudson tracks, on East Market
The horse, In charge of John Burns,
was coming down Market street, going
towards the square. When they crossed
the tracks the horse's hoof was caught
between the rails and the planking or
the roadway and It was necessary to
tear the planking up to release the
horse from Its position. The horse sus
tained ti sprained leg In trying to free
Funeral of Owen McHugh.
Owen MctlMgh, who was Instantly
killed by a fall of roof at the Clark
Tunnel company's mine, Saturday, was
laid to rest In the Cuthedral cemetery
yesterday afternoon. Before the time
for the services to commence a largo
throng of people assembled In the
As the remains were being taken Into
tho church, John Hughes rendered
"Flee, as a Bird." Services were con
ducted by Rev. J. V. Moylan, who
spoke of the deceased as a noble nnd
highly esteemed Christian man. The
grave clothes of the deceased were his
Father AVhitty uniform. The members
of the Father Whltty society, tho
Ancient Order of Hibernians, tho Keg
fund nnd the miners' local attended tho
funeral In a body.
Disorderly House Raided.
A squad of olllcors, under the direc
tion of Lieutenant Palmer, made a raid
on the alleged disorderly house of Mrs.
Annie Weed, on Depot street, last even
ing. Upon tho arrival of the ofllcers,
they found George Gardner, James
Grandville and Mrs. Annie Weed in the
Complaints have been made about
this place, and last night one or the
neighbors, who lives next door, swore
out a warrant. The ofllcers searched
the house thoroughly and found the
three persons named. They were placed
under arrest and taken to the station
house. They will be given a hearing
this morning before Magistrate Fldler.
TOLD IN A PEW LINES.
All ladies and gentlemen Intel csted
in the fair, which will be reopened next
week In St. Mary's hull, will meet in
the above-named hall this evening.
Miss Laura Fish is visiting friends in
Plttston for a few days.
Miss Bertha Dawson, of Mooslc, Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Middlelon,
of Reese street.
Superintendent J. L. Atherton, of
West Murket street, after an illness
during the past two weeks, is able to
be about again.
Miss Bessie Mullinex, of Clark's
Green, is the guest of Mrs. C. F. Cross
man, of Throop street.
Mrs. John Herron and Mrs. William
Davis, of Plttston, were callers in town
The informal dance, under the aus
pices of the Olympia Social club, was
well attended at the Auditorium last
evening. Fully two hundred couples
were present. This was the fourth an
nual dance held by this club. Several
out-of-town guests were present.
Mrs. Morrison, Pror. Wulklnslmw and
other Scotch people of this section will
entertain the young women in tho
Young Women's Christian association
rooms, on Easter Monday night, with
Scotch stories and music. A very de
lightful evening Is anticipated. All
young women are Invited to uttend.
The theme this evening In the Provi
dence Presbyterian church will be
pre-Easter readings and lessons. After
tho service there will bo an Important
meeting of "the visitors" of the homo
department of tho Sunday school.
All women will want to plan to be at
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion rooms next Sunday afternoon at
3.30. Mr. Sanborn, of the Rescue mis
sion of tho central city, will have
charge of tho service.
The old folks' concert, which will be
given nt the Auditorium, Friday even
ing, under the auspices of the First
Christian church, will bo assisted by
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal quar
tette, of West Scranton,
Tho monthly mothers' meeting will
be held In the Young Women's Chris
tian association rooms next Friday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. All mothers who
attend will And the afternoon both In
teresting and profitable. On Saturday
afternoon the executive committee will
Mr. and Mrs. James Nally, of 628
Wales street, are rejoicing over the ar
rival of a buby bov.
Miss Edith E. Morgan, of Breaker
street, is suffering from rheumatism.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Anthony Curowcky was before Alder
man Leutes last evening on charges
preferred by Mrs. W. B. Duggan, agent
of the Associated Charities, acting for
Stella Ebllskayo, The accused man
waived a hearing until this evening
and was required to furnish $1,000' ball
which was furnished by John Kudo
tewskl, A shanty belonging to an unknown
Italian residing at C17 Brock street,
caught fire yesterday morning and the
Connell Hose company wus notified.
They responded promptly and the blnsse
was extinguished In short order. The
damage was trifling,
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Cedar
Avenue Methodist Episcopal church
conducted a successful Ice cream social
and festival In the church parlors last
evening. The affair was well patron
ized and n neat sum wus realized,
George Lohmann, the father of John
and Louis Lohmann, Is quite 111 at Ills
home on Willow stieet.
Jacob School, of Elm Direct, Is seri
Fred, the young son of Edward Ball,
wio resides on Stone avenue, was bit
ten' on the hand by a dog yesterday,
Tho little fellow was attacked on
Spruce street and wus quickly given
aid. He was removed to his home und
Dr. Albert Kolb summoned. The hand
was carefully cleaned and cauterized,
und although the wound Is not serious,
It gave the boy a severe shock.
The Meadow Biook Social and LUer-
Hayes & Varley , g
H 424 nnd 426 Spruce Street, Between Washington J
i and Wyoming Avenues. 2
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Wonderful Values in
Ladies' Tailored Suits and
Silk Waists for Easter Week
The best values ever offered In Hlgh-Grade Tailored Suits and Silk
Waists will be found In this collection, every good desirable style,
quality and color represented. Please note the prices and quality.
Suits Made from all wool Venetian Broadcloth or Cheviot, in Eton
styles, with fancy vests, $u, $15, $17 and $10.
Sblts of Mixed Venetian, Double-Breasted Effects, lined with Ro-
malne silk lining, skirt lined with percallne, $7.98, worth $15.
Silk Wnl3t Specials Beautiful Silk Taffeta, made In the latest style,
tucked and hemstitched, $2,98, $3.50 and $4.98.
Peau Do Sole Walst3 The Ideal Dress Waist, made In the new Ions
effect styles, $4.75 nnd $5.50.
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4.2 ! 4 ! ! $ & I1 ? ! $ ! ! i1 J
I DON'T SAY MUCH ABOUT THEM HEftS
WOULD RATHER HAVE THEM TALK
FOR THEMSELVES. COME AROUND.
M UEIS. Lcaice and Manager.
A. J. DtTrV, Iliuinws Manager.
I'ltlDAV AND SATl'HDAY MfillTS.
Sprdal Siluiiliy Jlatinco.
'J ho MikIi TjIKcJ of l'liy.
Kmloricil l)j' the Clergy.
Price,, .'., DO ami 75 cents,
M.itlncc, '-3 and 50 rents.
Scjta now on talc.
Academy of Music
Three Nlirlits, ('ommriitliis Monday Night.
Tuesday and Wednesday Matimc.
I.imolii J. Carter's (ireat- ltulhoad I'lay,
"The Fast Mail"
Prices, '13, 23, S3, 00 cents j matinee.-., 15
and 1!5 fenU.
LAST TIlltKi; NKlllTM.
Matinees, Thursday, 1'riday and Saturday
Dot Knrroll Company
In farce comedy, dramas, tc'.
Price, I0o., 20c, 30o.i inatlnccti, 10c, 20c
M.T. 0. linnniSClTO.V, Manner.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Match 21, 23, 20.
"Rose Sydell's London Belles"
matisi:i: i:t.uv hay.
Sea end ol Virginia acnuc, the most tahion.
ablo acnuo in Atlantic City. Within a few
step of the famous Steel I'lci, Complete with
all comenlcnccii, including etcam heat, nun par.
lor, elevator, and hot nnd eold liatlu.
TaMe unsurpassed! direct ocean iew.
tatC6-$i.M to $3.00 jier day; $12.00 to $18.00
weekly, Write for huoklet.
INS. R. BOTHWELL,
Tormerly of Scranton.
ry toclety which In composed of well
known lenlilents of this section, pro
jiose to conduct it ball nt Music hull
Miss iMK-y Sullivan, or Staple street,
Is reported seriously ill.
Dr. Hchley's Lunij Healing Halsam
Is guaranteed to cure aft coughs, "No
cure; no pay." For sale by nil dealers."
Miss l.enoru AcUerson, of ilutte,
Montana, Is visiting her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. AY. It. Ackerson, of AYood
Mrs. Aiiffiibt Sluiltz. of Philadelphia,
Is visiting her mother, Mrs. O. Molir,
Mrs. J. 1'J. ICast is spending u few
days with friends in Berwick.
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