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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1902.
hie hiodrux ttAnDWAnu stowi.
It you need toots for the
spring garden making
call fit thu Modern Store,
you wilt ilntt Hoes, ItnhcH
Shovels, Spades. Forks,
Trowels niul everything
that's necessary to make a
Harden. All sold nt rea
Footc & Shear Co.
JI9N. Washington Ave Q
in Children's Coats
newest model In Proailclotli. Cheviot ami
Silk. Tho popular nillSON' lIHISs In
waali materials; nlo In fercc niul C'lieuot.
HATS for between H-aoiiri mid imil.;im
mer. T'i ncwet lhinc for llltlu men
nnrl women. "Denis" Kill fitou, all
THE BABY BAZAAR
118 "Washington Avenue.
Spring Styles at Popular Pricas
134 Washington Ave.
Green Trailing Sdunpg.
It there is :i man in Scranton who n-anU
his linen Jauntlereil belter, we wonlil llko
nn opportunity to convinic lilm that our
woik is tupeiior.
303-310 Penn Avenue.
Mis. .7. II. Decker, of Albany, X. V., U W.i.
Ins her tlsler, Mr Mcllale, of Kim Mreol, Pun.
The Misses Sniilli, il.niahteis of .Imlsc ami Jin.
1". P. Smith, .eiitei tallied u p.uly nt dinner Jaat
nisht nt their home in honor of Mi-i Puller, of
Mi?-) Mabel Teliafi.ro, a student of Dr. JIc
Duille'j eihool at pilnslleld, II.im,, j ijie gncat
of her cousins Mki I'loienee and Jc-Me' lliay,
ot Jelfcrson aemie,
Fred V. Trojip, ot New York illy, and Punk
'Jiopp, of Dojlv.towii, P.i., are here lo atlend
the maiilaco of their sinter, -ui;ii.-t.i, lo Wal
lace Jl. Until till-; evenina-.
Will P. Jluike, bon of Captain W. II. UmKc,
ami a lncmluT of Hie ll.uiy .leuUus Dramatic
lompany, wiiiili li playlnir In 1'itMun lids week,
niadi! u iait to In-, Home jeuil.iy.
Mr. ami Mia II. .1. licliuian, ot I.aiamie lily,
Wyoming, aio tho (,'iiests of Mr. ami .Mis. Juseph
Levy. Jlr. Lehman U one of the pioneer bus!-Jic.-s
men of the Xuitliuct, and was Hie furl
liieiclunt lo locate in I.iiainle, City pilor to the
ionstriictU.li of tlio 1'iiion Paiific. )li, Lehman
U u sister of Aaion and .Salomon noM-niitli and
WOUND UP ITS BUSINESS.
Tho auditing committee or councils
conducted a special meeting last night
to clean up tho business still pending
lieCoru It. With one exception all thu
bills before- tho committee wore passed,
Including tho bills for ndvertlslng.whlch
were held up on tho ground that tho
measure being charged for was incor
rect. An explanation by the publishers
satisfied the conunitteo that the mens
un'o was correct.
f The one bill not ordered paid Is that
it Contractor M, J. Ihuldy for cross.
walks In tho Eighteenth ward, There
ivas no money appropriated tu meet
UKt bill and It was decided to let It gu
nvur until after reorganization,
Very Low Rates to Charleston- S. C,
and Return, Account Pennsylvania
Day, April lGth, via Southern
On April 11th and 1.1th rouiui trip
tickets will be sold from Philadelphia
to Charleston account of Pennnsylvunla
Pay, April llith, at extremely low ratu
of $lU.7i, correspondingly low rates
from all other points within tho state
of Pennsylvania, tickets good for eleven
The Southern railway operates ves
tlbuled limited trains dally-, with
through Pullman drawing-room sleep
ers between Philadelphia and Charles
ton without chunge, leaving Philadel
phia 0.03 p, m., arrive Charleston U.ilJ
li. m. next doy. in addition to tho
ubovo train service thero are two other
fast dully trains via Southern i all way,
rims. I. Hopkins, District Passenger
Agent. Southern Railway, 828 Chestnut
Bt Philadelphia, will bo pleased to
furnish till Information ulso list of ho
tels and boarding houses,
March Winds and Spring Storms
male u bad com
bii'-Uldii In the ut.
moplieii'. In jgur
homo its atniM.
plieio tan be jm.
wojed by im .
telll-fcnt use of tho
most raiildly. Catu.
J. Alfred Penning,
Rev. Mr. Angelini Addressed Gath
ering Last Night.
The llev. Mr.. Angcllnl, formerly a
ltonian Catholic priest, but now a cler
gyman In tho Waldenslnn church, and
one of a small build of workers who arc
socking to evatlgellzo Italy, gave an
address on the work being accom
plished there In the lecture room of tho
First Presbyterian church last night,
before a rather small gathering.
Ho Is earnest mid sincere In what he
Is doing and speaks really excellent
English, from a grammatical nnd liter
ary standpoint, He has a most pro
nounced Italian accent, however, and
when his unlive qualities began to as
sert themselves and ho became deeply
In earnest, what he said could be un
derstood only by paying tho strictest
Ho said that the work ot evangeliz
ing Italy Is progressing slowly but
surely and made an eloquent plea for
llmmcittt assistance. He contrasted the
$:,000,000 which the Catholics of this
country send ns "Peter's Pence" every
year, with what he termed the pittance
contributed to Protestant evangelical
work In Italy by the Protestants of
Three Artists Who Will Sing for the
Home for the Friendless
The concert tonight will be a great
event. Those who could not see tho
armory transformed into a veritable
symphony of colors for the charity ball,
will witness the same beautiful scene
ut the Home for tho Friendless concert
The decornUons.lhe three superb art-Is-ts,
Madame Rlauvelt, Fritz Krelsler
and Ben Davles, the tremendous audi
ence and the harmony of tho decora
tors will make this concert one never
to bo forgotten.
The sale of seats Is very large and
extremely gratifying to the lad; man
tigers. However, In order to give every
one a chance to hear this great con
cert for sweet charity's sake, and at
tho same time listen to the three great
est artists In the whole world In their
particular line the managers In their
goodness have decided to place 1,000
seats at tho extremely low price ot
fifty cents. Tickets on sale at L. B.
Tho choir of St. Peter's cathedral will
attend in a body and the musicians
throughout the city are intensely in
terested In this great event. Madame
Blauvelt will be adorned with the
medals .given her by Queen Victoria
,and Queen Margherlta and the St. Ce
cilia society of Home.
A CLOSE RACE.
Hampe Team Now Tied with Alding
tons in the City Bowling League
Contest Games Last Night.
It is now ti neck to neck race be
tween the Arlingtons and the Hampe
team for the City Bowling league
championship. The Hampes took two
games from the hitherto champions
last night, thus tieing 'them for first
place. Tho Aldingtons were complete
ly outmatched, the Hampe total ot
'.':.91 being one of the highest made In
this league. The score:
Meliler .11.0 Kl 171 MB
II. Kli'fer l(il Ml 1.-.0 -ICd
C. Kiefcr 1KI ITS 1 12 ISO
Hawck II!) IIS - LIS -J27
1. Kiefer 177 ll.'i fS I'M
71-11 TOO 7..7 2.117
rtoll ISO IV! II. I- DO,'.
Jtotheriui'l 1S1 ll.'i l.".r 4S
Murphy nil LIS 20-2 OJI
llld-lT Ill", lis Ul -till
l..iriiu , 171 1M7 22K 301
MI7 70S (2(l-2.'il)l
lllsli store I-aHiii. 22.1.
lllsll 3WUK0 I.illin, 1S7.
The Franklins lost all chance of
coming out in tho lead by dropping to
the Centrals lust night. The rolling
was only tolerably fair, though there
were a few good scores made, vrhe
Wither m l.V) H2--!!.-
l.eitncr 1IHI l.-S 11141.2
PavU l.'jil Kin :I7 4-M
.lone.- Ill' Hil 1;I7 -120
Aiidt'i rgjf 171 3! LIS 4bS
7.V) 711 1 "IS-SiK
M.iHull 21S 1.V 107 IS1
Haymond 131 181 110- Iftj
Wharton llll 20:S 17197
OVomiell Ill', i) 17fi--)62
.lone 131 17:1 100- llll
70S 6() 710-2231
UiKh seoic Mai.tiall, 218,
High average Wharton, IM 2-;i.
The much-abused South Side team
succeeded In making nn 800 scoro last
night and another just this side of that
llgure. They took two games from the
Liederkrnnsi team, with plenty of pins
tu spare, The score;
Jleyirn llll 11'. llll- -125
llielK lO'l 1.1.! 11(1-W7
Walduer , Ml MS 170 111
KUeh Kill Ml IM 115
Ko.li ,,. Ml 111 170 -ISl
7:it CS3 Til'l-SliO
lIvniK .,.,,, 131 ISO 1ST .'.55
lleihold .-20 1:1.1 112 BlVI
y.ekmaii Ml MU 170407
Maffey M2 U'l US IM
llionnell" M'l 121! M--103
h2.1 GOO 70.1-12SI
lllsh sioie-lleibold, 229.
lllyli aKiauis-llirbald, MS 2-a.
Tho standing of tho clubs In this
leuguo Is now as follows:
Won. 1.6,1. p.o,
Ajlliigioiui ,,,,,, 17 10 ,U'I0
Hampe , ,,,,,, n in ,uut
l.ledcikiaiiz ,,..,,,..,.,..,,,,.,, II M .010
1'iaiiklliri ,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,. It M ,.11U
IVnliaU , ,., M 11. ,.IS2
.South Mdv ,,. ,.,. (I 21 ,222
Apron, Cake and Candy Sale,
Tho Young Ladles' society of tho
First Presbyterian church will hold an
apron,- enko and candy sale on Thurs
day ufturnoon from 3 to 0 at tho resi
dence' of Mrs. Alfred Hand, 503 Jeffer
son avenue. A newly revised edition of
the cook book will be for sale,
Have tried the various substitutes for
coffee but have found none equal to
"COFo." 1W. TOIiEY, Pharmacist,
Rochester, N. Y.
TWO THOUSAND KNIGHTS TO BE
Grand Commandery of the State of
Pennsylvania to Meet Here for
Three Days Beginning Monday,
May 20 Local Committee Busy at
Work Arranging for the Affair.
Parade nnd Ball Will Be the Two
Principal Events in Connection
with the Conclave.
For a fourth time Scranton will, next
month, have the distinction of enter
tulnlng the annual conclave of the
grand commandery, Knights Templar
of the stato of Pennsylvania. This will
he tho forty-ninth conclave, and most
Important In the history of the organ
ization. There ure seventy-six commanderles
In Pennsylvania with a membership of
13,288. The grand commandery Is com
posed of 1,457 members, comprising the
eminent commanders, generalissimos
and captains general of the sub
ordinate lodges and all past command-'
ers. About COO of them usually attend
the annuul conclaves, nnd with them
come large delegations or various com
manderles as visitors.
Grand Commander T. F. Penman and
the local committee, composed of mem
bers of the two Scranton commanderles,
Coeur de Lion, No. 17, and Melita, No.
CS, are already hard at work on tho
arrangements for tho conclave events.
The first day will be given up to the
reception of visitors. In the evening
there will be receptions by various ot
the visiting commanderles. Mury com
mandery, of Philadelphia, one of whose
members, Deputy Grand Commander
Ezra S. Bartlett becomes grand com
mander this year, will give an elaborate
reception nt St. Luke's parish house.
Dieu Le Veut commandery No. 45, of
Wllkes-Barre, will give a reception at
Guernsey ball. The local command
erles will not give receptions, wishing
to avoid detracting from the success
of the receptions of the visiting com
manderles. THE PARADE.
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock will
occur tho annual parade in which there
will bo urobubly 2,000 uniformed
Knights in line, marching to the music
of the best bands of the state. One of
the novel features arranged by Grand
Commander Penman Is the massing of
the bands and standard bearers at tho
head of the marchers and have the
whole column pass in review In a solid
phalanx, with the bands playing In
concert "Onward Christian Soldiers."
The reviewing stand will be located
on court house sqimre facing the Fed
eral building. There will be a grand
stand In the rear of the reviewing
stand for the ladies of the local and
Tho first session of tho grand toni;
'imindery will take place Tuesday af
ternoon at U o'clock at lire Lyceum.
Tuesday night, I n't he new armory, will
take place a grand ball and turnol, lo
which only Knights Templar and their
ladles will be admitted. The Knights
will attend In full uniform. It Is pro
posed by the ball committee that tho
decorations shall excell anything ever
attempted in Scranton.
Two sessions of the grand command
ery will take place AVednesday at the
Lyceum. At the first, which begins at
jami:s a, iioi'Kixs.
I'.iit (hand Commander, Who Will Atlend Cuii
'lave. 0,30 a, in.i the oftlcors will bo elected.
At the second, tho concluding session,
beginning at 3 p, m the public Instal
lation of ofllcers will occur.
Various Informal entertainments are
being arranged for, such as drives, vis
its to tho mines und tho llko. While
thu conclave Is In session those of tho
Knights and their ladles who come as
visitors will be shown about tho city
and neighboring points of interest. The
details of this part of tho programmo
have not been attended to as yet.
Among tho Knights Templars wo
many of tho most representative men
of the state, and on this account alono
It Is a boon to any city to have the
conclave. Tho local Knights, however,
are not seeking public subscriptions to
their entertainment fund. Tho hotel
;nen Will bo the only ones asked to con
tribute. The most that will be asked
from the publlo at largo Is tho liberal
decorating of buildings.
Tho souvenir programme Is to bo a
model of the printer's art. Its covers
will bo elaborately embellished und It
will contuln portraits of prominent
Knights and views of Scranton. No
advertising matter will appear In tho
Grand Commander Penman has re
ceived word thut Grand Commander
Erastus C. Dclevun, of New York state,
M'6 ' .l
UIIAXD COMMMAXUER T. F. l'KXMAN.
with his full staff, and Grand Stand
ard Beurer Arthur MacArthUr, of Troyi
N, Y representative of the grand imiiB
tor, will attend the conclave. Two past
grand masters, General .T. P, S. tlobln,
of Lebanon, and James II, Hopkins, of
Washington, V. U., fortherly of Pitts
burg, are also expected to bo present.
Tho present grand commandery of
ficers arc! Grand Commander T, F.
Penman, or Scranton: Deputy Grand
Commander Ezra S. Bortlett, ot Phil
adelphia; Grand Generalissimo Charles
Ot. Stock, ot Hanover; Grand Captain
General Wilson J, Flemlmr, of Bclle
ronto! Grand Senior Warden William
J. Dlehl, of Pittsburg; Grand Junior
Warden William M, Donaldson, of
HarrlBburg; Grand Prelate Thomas W.
Hoyle, of Gtafton; Grand Treasurer
John Jay Qltroy, of Philadelphia;
Grand Recorder William W. Allen, of
Philadelphia; Grand Standard Bearer
James W. Piatt, ot Tunkhannoek;
Orand Sword Hearer William S. Som
plc, of Kaston; Grand Warden F. It.
Brown, of Scranton; Grand Captain ot
tho Guard Joseph L. Mann, of Phila
delphia; Grand Marshal Frederick W,
Koehler, of Sharon: Grand Herald A.
Howard Thomas, of Philadelphia.
OFFICERS OF COMMITTEE.
Tho officers .of the local conclave
committee are: C. D. Sanderson, chair
man: F. L. Brown, secretnrjv and
Frank M. Vandllng, treasurer.
Tho chairmen of tho various sub
committees are as follows: Finance, C.
D. Sanderson; printing, Itufus J, Fos
ter; decorations, Judson B, Woolsey;
hotels nnd railroads, George B. Jer
myn; entertainment of visitors, Wal
ter Ij. Henwood; arrival and reception
of commanderles, . It. A. Zimmerman;
bureau of Information, A. J. Colborn;
red cross corps, Dr. A. J. Connell: re
ception, turnol and ball, Frank M. Van
dllng; decorations of armory, W. H.
Taylor; music, C. B. Derman; refresh
ments, Charles It. Acker. Charles W.
Cunster will be master of tho lists, and
J. Frank Select, master of ceremonies
at the ball. Nearly all of the 2S5
Knights Templar of Scranton will serve
on one or the other of the several com
mlttees. YESTERDAY'S ENTRIES.
Two Young Ladies and Two Young
Men Enroll in the Educational
There were four applications received
yesterday from young people to have
their names enrolled in The Tribune's
Educational Contest, which opens on
Monday, May 5. Two of these reshlo
in Scranton, while two aro from out
side this city. The names and addresses
of these ambitious young persons fol
low: A. J. Kellerman, 112 Penn avenue.
Miss Lena B. Wheeler. Ill William
Miss Nettle L. Arnold, 1012 Fairfield
William II. Sherwood, Harford, Pa.
There are probably many persons
who do not wish to enter the contest
themselves, but who may be interested
In the future of some young friends or
acquaintances of nn ambitious, aspir
ing turn, who might be only too will
ing to avail 'themselves of an oppor
tunity to win an advanced education
by the effort of a sinsle summer's
work. If these Interested ones would
furnish us with the names of their en
terprising young friends we will see
that they are furnished with the par
ticulars of the contest, and at lenst give
them a chance to decide on the merits
of tho idea themselves. Send In tho
names of those you are Interested In,
nnd we will try to do the rest.
All who desire to bo enrolled should
send in their names and addresses now,
and they will be the lirst to receive tho
canvassing outfits when they are sent
out, In time to begin work on the first
day. It must be borne in mind, also,
that all who do not gain enough points
to win a scholarship will be paid lo
per cent, of all the money they turn
in for subscriptions. Full particulars
are given in an advertisement on the
Address all entries and Inquiries to
"Contest Editor, Scranton Tribune,
DO YOU WORKP
Something of Interest to the Me
chanic of Every Trade and Every
As has always been our honest cus
tom to place on sale certain lines of
goods, which we wish to close out, at
prices which will be a great profit to
tho buyer, wo not only promise you a
bargain, but you get It.
We place on sale tomorrow, April 1th,
500 pairs of Men's Solid Shoes, lace and
congress, sizes fi to 11, some with tap
soles and tips; just the kind for shop
wear, and tho grade you'd have to pay
$1.2.1 to $1.50 for not a poor shoo In the
lot our price for tomorrow, whllo they
last, n pair 50 cents, Remember the
price, 50c. u, pair.
This sale Is for all tho people who
need and wear this class of goods Wu
reserve the right, however, to sell but
one pulr to each customer for 50c, In
We urge upon our trade to take ad
vantage or this profitable sale.
LEWIS & RBILLY.
"Always Busy" Shoo Stores,
111 unci' 110 Wyoming avenue.
Guild Rummage Sale
Will open at 9 tomorrow at 219 Penn
avenue. Please send articles this after
noon. You Can
AVIth beef. We will sell
you our Sugar Cured
Hams at 12Vio. per lb.
Largo Jersey Eggs 20c
per dozen, Delicious Beef
(smoked) In l-lb, glass
Jars, 25c, Deviled Tongue or
Hum, 10c,; Lunch Tongue
25c; Sardines, largo tins
19c, Fancy Boneless, 25
aiul 33c: Pickled Lamb
e. G, Coufsen.l
COMPROMISE ON APPROPRIAT
Conference Committee of Councils In
n Brief Session Adjusts the Differ
ences Botweon the Two Branches.
Keyser Valley Hose Company Item
Allowed to Stand in Consideration
of the Clerkship Item Being vCut
Out Other Two Disputed Items
Aro Allowed to Remain.
The councllmanlc conference commit
tee appointed to adjust the differences
of tho two branches on the nnnual ap
propriation ordinance met last night
und In half nn hour came to an agree
The terms on which the councils dis
agreed were four In number: $600 for
salary for tho clerk of common coun
cil; $S0O for equipping the Keyser Val
ley Hose company; $1,140 for an as
sistant city engineer, and $125 to pay
for water furnished nt Connell nark
by the Spring Brook Water company.
These were In tho ordinance as it
went over from the lower branch and
were stricken out by amendments in
the select branch. Common council
refused to concur In the amendments,
and, under tho rules, the ordinance
had to go to a conference committee.
Messrs demons, Vaughon and Ross
were appointed us the select conferees,
and Messrs. Coleman, Norton and
Searing ns the commoners' representa
tives. The Keyser Valley Hose company
Item was objected to on the ground
that another hose company was un
necessary. The Item for an assistant
engineer was objected to because a
similar appropriation made last year
bad not been used, and It was 'Inferred
that It must needs bo unnecessary. The
objection to this item, however, was
removed by the explanation of Chief
Engineer; Phillips that an assistant en
gineer was not hired last year because
the work on the new sewers, which It
was Intended he should engage upon,
had beeen delayed by the lateness of
the viewers' reports. The reports are
now In and the sewers aro about to be
built, and the new man will be abso
WATER RENT BILL.
Tho $125 for water rent was objected
to by Mr. Vnughnu because he be
lleved the Scranton Gas and Water
company, under Its contract. Is re
quired to supply water wherever Its
mains extend, and If because of the
low pressure In Its mains at Connell
park It can not furnish a satisfactory
supply, It should pay the extra ex
pense entailed by the taking of water
from the Spring Brook company. Mr.
Vnughan explained that he had taken
up the matter with President Scranton
and until a conclusion had been
reached he thought it would not be
right for the city to admit liability for
the claim by appropriating money to
meet It. This opinion prevailed with
the other members of the committee.
The principal fight was on the item
for a clerk of common council. The
selectmen were unanimous In favoring
the proposition to do away with this
ofllce and have the assistant city clerk
do the work, first to save $C00 a year,
and second, to remove a very disturb
ing factor In each recurring reorgan
ization of the lower branch.
Mr. demons argued to the commit
tee that the city clerk was intended
to be the clerk of both councils. As a
matter of convenience alone the records
and papers of both branches should
bo kept in the one olllce under the sup
ervision of one man. The assistant
city clerk Is capable of acting as clerk
of the common council, he contended,
nnd, In the interests of economy, the
superfluous office or common council
clerk should bo done a-wa.v with. He
fell at greater liberty than heretofore
to urge tills because the common coun--cll
Is now Republican, and some of tho
leading commoners are the projectors
of the movement.
The committee llrsl took up tho clerk
ship Item. A motion by Mr. ClemCns
that It be allowed to remain out of
the ordinance was lost on a tie vole,
the selectmen voting one way and com
moners tho other.
Mr. demons then sugcesled as u
compromise thnt the clerkship item
should bo left out and Keyser Valley
Hose company item reinserted. Mr.
Vnughan favored this and advised the
commoners to accept It, Mr. Coleman
opposed tho Idea of considering the two
Items together but finally the motion
was put, and with tho aid of 'the vote
of Commoner Norton, who champions
the Keyser Valley company, the select
men Avon out on the motion.
The other two Items were readily dis
posed of after Mr. Vaughau explained
the situation In each case. The $1,140
for nn assistant engineer was reinsert
ed and tho $123 for extra water rent
was left out,
The committee agreed to make a
unanimous report at tonight's meeting.
It is questionable if the commoners will
agree to the recommendation of the
conference on tho clerkship Item, but
whatever becomes of it, tho item Is
likely to bo made Ineffective, as a
strong movement Is afoot to elect the
assistant city clerk as cleric of the
common council, and if it succeeds the
$000 will bo saved to tho city, as tho
assistant city clerk will not bo entitled
to extra pay.
LOOKING FOR WORK.
A 13-Year-01d Runaway Strayed
Into Police Headquarters,
A 13-year-old lad who'gavo his name
as James Owens, strayed Into police
headquarters yesterday afternoon and
said ho 'was looking for a Job. inquiry
revealed the fact 'that he had run
away from his homo la Newton, N. J.,
on Monday last.
He was promptly taken In charge by
tho police and tho Newton authori
ties wcro notified of tho fuct. Word
was received last night that tho boy
would bo sent after.
Household Goods West,
For best rates see W. K, Thayer, C, R,
R. of N, J,
The Dregs and After Results
Of Terrible Grippe
Lead to Consumption and
Other Fatal Troubles.
Saves a Former Member or (ho
This Is the Season to Use the Great
Medicine if Ton Would Banish
the Seeds of Disease
from the System.
On every hnnd wo sec men and wo
men who at this season should bo ac
tive, halo, and strong, losing llesh and
weight, looking pale and languid. We
hear them complain of weakness, pain
In the chest, backache, and sldcnche.
Their friends note with nlnrm the pale
cheeks and sunken eyes: the color of
the skin gives evidence of blood Impur
ities. Ah I readers, these are all Indications
that tho deadly dregs of grippe have
permeated the whole system, distribut
ing poisons and Impurities in blood and
Act at once with wisdom nnd decis
ion; you cannot nfford to lose precious
time experimenting with medicines that
have no reputation, that have no posi
tive victories to their credit.
Heaveil help you to use the life saver
that rescued and saved Jlr. Stephenson.
While In a perilous condition of health,
Trovldenco truly directed Mr. Stephen
son to make use of Palne'sv Celery Com
pound. Tho first bottle produced a
marvelous and happy effect; his life
blood was being freshened and en
riched: his appetite was improved;
strength was taking tho place of weak
ness; and the ruddy tinge of health was
apparent In the once pale face. Mr. D.
T. Stephenson, of Pilot Knob, Ind.,
writes as follows:
"Some years ago, whllo serving as a
member of the Indiana. Leslslalure, 1
contracted a severe case of grippe, and
was run down and completely out-of-sorts,
and found but little relief from
any remedy until I tried Paine's Celery
Compound. The first bottle did me
wonderful and marked good, and its
continued use for a short time, restored
me to my usual vigor and freshness.
Your Paine's Celery Compound has
been used by my family since then for
general prostration of tho system, with
tho most gratifying results. Paine's
Celery Compound Is a great quieter and
restorer of the nerves to their normal
condition; indeed, its action on the
nerves and nerve centres has been most
gratifying in mv case."
Piamilrl llll! ','J,"'' anything an;
UldiTIJ Q Ujfd) Hinple, dm-able, eel
Who are interested in good
clothing und all others to know
where to best buy the best.
Come nnd see the lavish show
ing of the llnest productions
from the shops of the
Makers in the World
John 0. Boyle,
416 Lackawanna Ave.
W. E. Cos
for buildings In city or country.
Write us and our representative
WARREN EHRET CO,
3131 Washington Ave.
I Mill ill I
Malnnpu Oil r Manfifartfipino" Combanu. T
t.w.w.jjr w. ..-...
141-149 Meridian Street. 4
t OLD 'PHONE SB'S. NEW 'PHONE 2SSi
SEVENTH ANNUAL SALE.
50 RUGS AT $10.00 EACH.
These are made up of our $12,00, $15.00 aud $iS.oo Oriental Rugs.
Michaelian Bros. & Co., 124 Washington Avenue
Going out of tho bicycle
T" . a a a
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We nre closing out at
A Few Ladies' Machines
t See us before buying.
; 126-128 Franklin Ave. I
We have this day re
ceived a fine line of
Stocks and Belts
to match in black and
colors. Your Easter out
fit will not be complete
130 Wyoming Avs.
It's snowy whiteness, so rich and fair,
When It blossoms in loaves of bread;
Gives the "Snow White" brand In
A place at the very1 head.
ALL QROCERS KEEP IT.
WE ONLY WHOLESALE IT.
Dickson Mills Grain Co.
Scranton and Olyphant.
Louis H. Isaacs
Our stores are thoroughly up-to-date
and carry everything that
should be found in modern HEN'S
Are now showing a most exclusive
line of Now Spring novelties and
at both stores.
412 Spruce St., and 309 Lacka. Ave.
Elno Umbrellas nnd Parasols ot
Wholesnle and Retail. Our
Spring Lino is now complete em
bracing all tho New Colors and
Patterns. Large Stock of Han
dles to select from. Repairing
nnd recovering of every des
cription. M. SILVERMAN, Prop.,
313 Spruce Street.
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