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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902.
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THE PEOPLE'S BUNK
Albert J. Jones, of Bellovuo' Heights,
and Miss Fannie Jones, oE North Hyde
Park avenue, were united In marriage
on Wednesday evening at the homo ot
Mr. nml Mrs. D. J. Hill, 1G03 Washburn
street. Rev. II. C. McDermott. pastor
ot the Simpson Methodist Kplseopn!
church, performed the ceremony.
The bride was very prettily attired in
a gown of satin foulard, trimmed with
white chiffon iipplhuie, and carried a
bouquet of bride roses. After the cere
mony a reception was held and a
bounteous repast was served. Mr. and
Mrs. Jones are very well-known nnd
popular young people of the AVest Side,
and their many friends wish tiiom many
years of joy, They were the recipients
of many beautiful presents.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs, D,
Y. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. r Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. William Jones and family,
Mr. and Mrs, 10. W. Scott, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Powell, Mr, and Mis. Adam
Xewell, Mr. and Mrs. David Evans, Mr.
nnd Sirs, Rlehai-d 15. Smith, Mr, and
Mrs. John T. Kvans, Misses Sarah and
Stella Meredith, Mabel Kvnns. Mrs.
Elizabeth Jones, Mrs. Thomns Gillman,
Mrs, l-lzzlo Morris, Mr. and Mrs. D, J,
Hill, Samuel and Charles Jones.
William II. Kinerloh was married yes
terday afternoon at il o'clock to Mlhs
Mlnnlo II, Pleice, of Spruguovlllo, at
the newly llnlshed homo which the
couple Mill oowpy at 1507 Pipe street.
The ceremony was performed by Rev,
W. A. Nordt. pastor of the Hickory
Street Presbytei lun church, and was
witnessed by only a taw of the near
relatives and close friends of tho bride
The bride wus attired In a dull; tailor-
made costume, nml both slm and tho
groom were unattended, Mr, Enierlch Is
associated in tho Insurance business
A Well-Known Citizen
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whom hi; wJiiteil to
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liKiiiofortc, by CON.
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liluly u.-i a Ik'l-Iiiii. r.
JI lius taken Ihc reanlar iljv) woil, unJ U "my
delight lun nuilo MpM pioyiv., uud it m not In
tel d-r rod villi Ills (.eliool uuik at nil. Tlut lie
thould Ua uhle lo iby all hit ru-irlw an J i!v(C4
in any key Is u ondir to ine. It U my iiil'n
tlon to liutu lilin itq "ii with lliU tialiiliiir.
Veins 'i'ruly, "ficu. W. llruuii."
Letter ol IhU nul are liumeivuj, J, ,r.'d
.C' ... J. "W&
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wllh his brother, Fred W., nnd Is one
of Scritnton's most promlsM young
men. Ills bride Is a young woman who
Is held 111 high esteem by countless
I.eo V, tliirdner, ot Scranton, and
Miss Gertrude May Strntlsser, of Clif
ton, I'u,, wore united In tnnrrlngo yes
terday nflernooit at tlie parsonage of
the Venn Avenue Baptist church, by
the inistor, flow It. F. Y. Pleice, D. D.
'J'he bride and groom were attended
by' a small company of relutlves nnd
friends. They nru both well known
young people and identified with Clirls
tlan work In thu chinch. The bride
was attired In it very pretty traveling
gown, and was attended by her sister.
After n brief wedding tour the newly
married couple will reside on 1'enn
St. Paul's church, Green Kldge, was,
yesterday afternoon the scene of the
marriage of Miss Myrtle Stuart, daugh
ter of Peter K. Stuart, ot llnmnonds
port, X. Y., to Peter F. Xllitfd, as
sistant malinger for the Pennsylvania
Telephone company In this city.
At fl o'clock, the bridal party reached
the church; and, preceded by the ush
ers, passed up the main aisle, advanc
ing to the music of Mendelssohn's "Re-
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cessluual," executed on violins by Miss
Margaret Ferguson and Aloyslus
Grower, and on tho organ by Miss
Catherine Nlland. Tho ceremony that
united the young people was performed
by Kev. P. J. MeManus, pastor of St.
MIfs Mary Niland was the bride's
maid of honor, and Attorney Frank
J. McAndrews attended the groom.
The ushers were Frank Kennedy and
Thomas Kennedy. The bride and maid
of honor were gowned in ecru tailor
made suits, -nlth hats to match. The
brldo carried a bouquet of lilies of the
valley. She presented a charming ap
pearance as she stepped from the altar
as a wife.
The marriage was witnessed by a
largo number of friends of the bride
and groom, w ho occupied seats along
the center aisle. Carriages conveyed
the wedding party from the church to
the beautiful new home of Mr. and
Mrs. Nlland, at 1754 Sanderson avenue.
Here a reception was held in the ele
gantly furnished parlors, at which were
present members of both families and
the personal friends of the principals.
An excellent wedding repast was served
by Caterer William Hanley.
Mr. Nlland is one of the most thor
oughly experienced young men con
nected with the telephone business of
tho city. He Is earnest and conscien
tious, capable and courteous; his
transeendant tact and Innate love
of truth having gained for him
myriads of earnest friends among
patrons of the telephone. His bride is
a young lady of sweet disposition, pos
sessing the natural graces which adorn
the ideal woman, and is a worthy wife
of a worthy husband.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. John T. IMchards gave the most
beautiful afternoon reception of the
year yesterday at her elegant new homo
on South Main avenue. Very few day
time functions have been marked with
such elaboration of detail. The de
corations, arranged by Marvin & Mulr,
were handsome to a degree. The re
ception room is a superb apartment,
hung in pale green damask of tho
Louis Seize period, and furnished In
tho same colors. Tho white pillars, se
parating It from other rooms, weio
wreathed in asparagus ferns and pink
- Tho dining room looked as If It had
been prepared for a bridal supper, with
its adornments of white and green.
The conler-pleco was of tulips and lilies
of thu valley.
Mis. Hlchards was assisted in receiv
ing by her mother, Mrs. Chase, and
Mrs. 10. 15. Chase. Ilrs. Richards wore
black luce. Sirs. Chase also wore
black. Mrs. K. K. Chase's gown was
while crepe nnd lace.
About the rooms were Mrs. H. V, Lo
gan? Mrs. H. M. Udwnrds, Mrs. James
Merrill, Mrs. T. G. Wolf, Miss Eliza
Chase, Mrs. W. W. Patterson, of Phila
delphia, Miss lllchards, Mrs. J. L.
Went!!. At the table were Mrs. E. 13,
Jcrinyu and Mrs. James P. Dickson.
Mrs. George M, Hnllstead served
frappe. Six pretty girls In white as
sisted In tho dining yooni. Tliey were:
Misses Grace Thayer, Eleanor Doud,
Anna Edwards, Ella Chase, Edith
Hlchards and Cora Davis. Mrs. Hun
1', 1', Cnlik, of CiMcK's nndeitiMiiK Mill.
IMimrnl, lus Kinrmil fiom a lrli lu Cnlii nnd
1), W, Mmit-oii, (-niHihilnuli'iit ot the Pullman
ear n'ike on llie I. .uk. manna, i.illio.nl, v.n in
the illy f-leuljy.
Mm. ltolieit Mdiiucr nnd ilansliliT, Haid, n(
New Yenk illy, am kiiosU i) Jlp, and 111. l!d.
waul Hellion, 311 .MTeifcun avenue.
PUIllit l'jNicnfrrr Agent ,1, S, NwUlier, ot llie
Centiul lIoIliiLid ol New Jersey, ami 111. KwMier,
lup letninid liom u month's tojotnn at Calm
ISc-.lt li unil .MIjiiiI, l'lu,
W, II, Hilton, superintendent of the bridges
unit luilhlinai tlciulmeiit of lliu batkawanni
laihoad, ii'tuiiint i"-teid.iy afternoon fiom a pip
out the noiiliein ilhl.lon.
Colonel A. 11, lllulr lu leielved a letter fiom
K. T, 1). luinlieitf, of Ifiirlirr, kaictary.ticav
nur of the Nnilli Ainfilun 1'l.h Hiid,(jnie iu
kodalion, Jiipiblnx Colonel llljir of tho fait
Hut lie lu been eluled a iiieniliir of that body,
On Thursday, April 10, at 9 a, in., to
continue until April 12, the contents of
tho Irving Hotel, eoiiblstlng of furnish
;; of 100 bedrooms, lecently refur.
nlshed; bedroom suites, etupets, Iron
and brass beds, mattresses, springs, bed
linen, linoleum, bar Jlxtures, chairs, two
cash registers, safes, hotel omnibus,
miscellaneous household goods.
K. M, Strong, Auctioneer.
BOTH CHAIRMEN WERE ON
DUTY LAST NIGHT.
The Regular Organization Was Pro
ceeding with the Business of Com
mon Council, When Calpin and HIb
Colleagues Arrived and They 'Pro
ceeded to Organize Another Meet
lug -In the Same Room A Season
of Great Confusion Followed.
The situation so far as common coun
cil Is concerned, was further compli
cated at tho meetings held last night.
At T.30, the hour specified In the
rules for council to assemble, tho Re
publican members were present, nnd
ten minutes Inter E. E. Robuthnn, the
ehtilrmun of the regulnr organization,
culled the twenty-one members to order
nnd proceeded to trnsnnct business,
Evun It. Morris acting as clerk.
A few minutes luter, P. F. Cnlpln,
who also claims to be the chairman,
put in an appearance, and with ills
Democratic colleagues entered the
chamber. He proceeded to the plat
form and directed that Clerk Lynott
call the roll. The Republican members
did not answer to their names, but all
tho holdovers were marked by the clerk
as present. He reported twenty-live
During this time, Mr. Robathan had
kept the chairman's seat and his body
was transacting business. The gavel
was lying in front of Mr. Robathan,
and Sir. Calpin tjok It up, and, taking
a seat alongside of Mr. Robathan,
rapped sharply for order and directed
that council proceed to business.
BOTH AT WORK.
I3oth bodies went nt It with a will,
and for fifteen minutes the direst con
fusion prevailed, two distinct kind of
matters being acted upon at the same
time hi the same room.
Mr. Keller, in the regulur body, in
troduced an ordinance providing for
the amendment of the bond ordinance
so as to provide for tho payment of
the slate tax on the bondn. This was
referred to a special committee, con
sisting of A. L. Lewis, Luther Keller
and Daniel Gahin. The ordinance was
reported favorably and was passed on
first and second readings.
Ordinances for the opening of Vino
street and Irving avenue were intro
duced by Mr. Stipp and referred. Tho
exoneration list of Timothy Jones, of
the Fifth and Twenty-first wards for
the year lS!)n, and T. J. Davis for the
Fifth and Fifteenth wards for the year
1893 were allowed. The business to
come before the meeting having been
disposed of, councils adjourned.
The Calnln body, after the minutes
of the previous meeting had been read
and approved, proceeded to new busi
ness, and Daniel Galvln Introduced an
ordinance providing for a sewer sys
tem in the Twelfth and Nineteenth
wards. This was referred to a special
committee, consisting of Daniel Galvln,
John Ruane and H. E. Paine. No other
business was transacted and a moment
after the adjournment of the regular
organization, the Calplnitcs also ad
journed. THEIR POSITIONS.
Mr. Tlobnthan said last night, after
the meeting, that he Is the chairman of
the common council of Scranton, and
proposes to maintain his rights as
such. .Mr. Calpin says lie went to the
council chamber last night with the In
tention of having a talk with the Re
publlcan members. He said If he had
such a talk he was sure the unpleas
antness of last night would have been
avoided. When he saw tho rival or
ganization at work upon his arrival, he
decided that action, not talk, was the
thing necessary, and he proceeded to
"I am willing to listen to any kind
of a proposition," Mr. Calpin said,
"looking to an arrangement to have the
courts pass upon this matter at once.
It there are any more such scenes as
that of last night, I will not be blnin
able for them. If the court says I have
no right to the olllce, I am content, but
until it does, I am chairman of com
TO MAKE FINAL EFFORT.
Committee Will Ask Superintendent
Phillips to Re-instate the Dis
At u joint meeting of the striking
employes of tho Avondule, Woodward
and Pettebone collieries of tho Dela
ware, Lnekuwunnii and Wehjern com
pany, held yesterday at Edwardsvlllc,
a committee was appointed to wait on
.Superintendent Phillips this morning
and make a last final effort to have
him ngreo to re-Instate to their former
positions, the firemen who wero dis
charged because they refused to ogreo
to accept tho "swing" shift.
This committee will report back at
another joint meeting to bo held about
noon, and If it's report Is unsatisfac
tory It Is understood that the pump
runners and engineers at the three
mines will be called upon to cjult work
Tho district ofllcers nnd ineniberH ot
the executive board of Dlstrlqt No. 1
were present at yesterday's meeting.
CHARGED WITH BEGGING.
The Husband Was Committed but
Wife Was Released.
William Gordon and his wife, who
wero arrested on Wednesday by. tho
police for begging on the streets, wore
given a hearing yesterday morning bo
fore Magistrate Millar, They claimed
that their homo in Paterson wus burned
down (luting the recent big lire and
that they have been forced to beg
Tho magistrate committed Gordon to
the county all for six months and re
leused his wife, because of her four
months' old Infant, which shu has been
lugging around tho country with her,
Tho woman and child will be sent back
to Putersou by ilrs. Duggau.
FOURTH ANNUAL BALL.
The fourth annual ball of Local
union. No. 73, International Associa
tion nf Horsoshoers', wus conducted lust
night lu Muslo hall, and upwards of
150 couples danced merrily to music
furnished by the Lawrence orchestra.
Tho committee ot arrangements com
prised the following members: R. A.
Moloney, J. Morlnrlty, G. Locher, J. G.
Cuwlcy uud Messrs. Larkln and Detz.
ARRESTED, IN JERSEY CITY.,
Three Men Held on Suspicion of
Three men, suspected of robbing the
Hudson nontotflcc and holding up Rev.
S, Hpontnskl, Monday night, arc being
held nt Jersey City.
They describe themselves as Frank
Morris, 21 years old, of Newark; George
Davis, 27 years of age, a moulder, of 61
Clay strpct, Paterson, and James Har
vey, 32 years of age, a telegraph oper
ator, ot ,104 Wnrren street, Jersey City,
Morris Is wanted In Nownrk jib n wit
ness In tho trial of John Wlckoff for the
murder of George Smith, lie Is known
to the nolleo ns "Ellsittboth While."
Sevorab-dollars' worth of postage
stumps were found on Morris when ho
was taken into custody. The Luzerne
county authorities and Postolllce in
spector Gorman were notified, and thu
hitler went to Jersey City lo oxumlno
In their flight Tuesday morning, the
robbers dropped soino postage stamps
near the Lehigh Valley cut-off. This
led the police to the belter that they hud
gone to Jersey City.
Postolllce Inspector Gorman, of this
city, returned to Wllkes-Barre last
night from Jersey City. He announced
that the three men arrested there were
not the men wanted,
He said, however, that certain facts
tending to reveal the Identity of the
guilty men are In his possession and
that one of the men lives In this
A Young Lady from Thompson En
rolls in the Educational Contest.
It It now but a little more than three
weeks before Tho Tribune's third Edu
cational Contest opens. In these three
weeks much can be done by those who
have already signified their Intention ot
becoming contestants or have It In
mind to doso soon. They can be look
ing over the field they Intend to ex
ploit, study the rules of the contest,
and make their friends and. acquaint
ances aware of the fact that they are
going to devote tills nunimer to the
furtherance of their own future benefit.
This Is a matter which should be of
groat Interest to hundreds of families
In Scranton nnd surrounding towns, for
It opens the way to the education of
thirty-two young people In such a way
that they can be proud to avail them
selves of It. Every scholarship won
will be a badge of dignified labor,
pluck and perseverance; a certificate of
laurels won In a contest of the highest
and most worthy kind.
The fact that The Tribune's offer is
unusual in its liberality may cause some
skepticism as to the fulfillment of the
pledges in ceitnin contingencies. In
answer to this, we have only to say
that the awarding ot tho prizes de
pends in nowise upon tho aggregate
results of the contest, and positively no
conditions as to numbers are attached
to the offers. The contracts for tho
scholarships are already in the posses
sion of The Tribune, and they are ab
solutely nssured to the winners, no
matter what their final records.
Although three weeks will elapse be
fore tho opening of the contest, those
who Intend to enter should see the ad
vantage to be gained by promptly en
tering their names and receiving the
first Instructions and equipment, in or
der that they will lose no time nt tho
outset. There H no rule against "mis
sionary work" being done tho moment
a contestant is registered.
Miss Jlentrlcc Harpur. of Thompson,
applied yesterday to have her name en
rolled as a contestant.
All entries and letters of inquiry
must bo addressed "Contes t Editor,
Scranton Tribune, Scranton, Pa." The
particulars, list of scnolarshlps and
rules of the contest can be found on
the fourth page of this morning's
WAS GIVEN A BROOCH.
Mrs. E. T. Hnll Surprised by Ladies
of Relief Corps.
The high esteem in which Mrs. Enos
T. Hall Is held by the ladles com
prising Women's Relief corps, No. HO,
Grand Army of the Republic, was de
monstrated Wednesday night, when a
largo party of them Hocked to her homo
at 009 Lackawanna avenue, to bid her
farewell prior to her departure for
There weio over forty In the party
and a most delightful night was passed.
Just before the guests sut down to an
elaborate repast, which had been pre
pared, Mrs. Hall was presented with
u beautiful pearl brooch, containing
fnrty-nlno pearls. It was the gift of
the corps nnd was founally presented
by 3Irs. John Loomls.
Mrs. Hall is a past president and the
present secretary of the relief corps,
nnd has for years been one of Its most
actlvo and earnest workers. Her hus
band N employed by the Lackawanna
Iron and Steel couipnny and goes to
Ruffnlo to continue his work with that
MINER INSTANTLY KILLED.
John Thomas Caught by a Fall of
John Thomas, nged C.'i years, a miner,
employed ul. Wlllluuis & Son's mine,
nelir Peckvllle, was Instantly killed yes
terdny morning, whllo at work In his
chamber, A huge piece of rock fell on
him, crushing him to death, Martin
Ford and James Collins, who were
working with him, were slightly Injured,
Tho remains wero taken to Klnbuck's
undertaking establishment at Peckvllle,
where they will bo kept until soma of
tho dend man's relatives uro heard
from. It Is understood that ho has a
daughter living In Mooslo nnd n son in
Plains. Ho formerly lived In West
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Convention of Federation of Wo
men's Clubs, Los Angeles, Cal.
For tho ubovo occasion, which takes
place May 1st to 8th, moi, tho Lacka
wunna railroad will sell special iound
trip tickets good going April 'loth to
20th inclusive, and for return, to rcaclj,
storting point not inter than midnight
of June 2Sth, at faro of $6u.2. for the
round trip. Seo ticket agent for Infor
mation about btop-ol'f privileges, vari
able routes, side trips, etc,
On Thursday, April 10, at 9 a. m to
continue until ApriHS, tho contents of
tho Irving Hotel, consisting of furnish
ings of 100 bedrooms, lecently refur
nished; bedroom suites, carpets, Iron
and brass beds, mattresses, springs, bed
linen, linoleum, bar fixtures, chairs, two
cash registers, safes, hotel omnibus,
miscellaneous household goods.
E. M. Strong, Auctioneer.
Of Unexcelled Merit.
"O'Hava'H Reader," New Be. cigar,
Best yet. Frank O'Hnru, 131 Spruce
NON-UN'iON MAN THE CAUSE OP
Thirty Union Stonecutters at Cnr
luccl's Stcmo Yard Refused to Work
Because the Management Would
Not Discharge Tony Ferrl,Who Re
fused to Join the Union Manage
ment Also Refused to Compel Him
to Join the Union What Mr. Car
lucci Says About the Situation.
About thirty union bIoiiccuUpih, em
ployed nt Cnrluccl's stone yard, quit
work yesterday afternoon because of
Frank Cnrluccl's refusal to discharge
Tony Fcrrl, a non-union mnii.
The men niude a demand on Mr. Cnr
luccl some days ago for Ferrl's dis
charge, unless ho joined the union. Mr.
Cnrluccl refused nt thut time and he
refused tigiiln yesterday, when the de
mand was renewed.
"Ferrl would not join the union," Bald
Mr. Cnrluccl last night, "because of the
Initiation fee of J23 which he was told
ho would have to puy. He was giving
every satisfaction to the company and
there Is no good reason why he should
be discharged. We have a habit of run
ning vour own business without outside
Interferences, nnd we don't propose to
let our men dictate to us."
"What are the chunces of settle
ment?" asked the Tribune man.
"I'm sure T can't tell," wus the reply.
"I could settle the strike at once by dis
charging Ferrl or forcing him to join
the union, but I will do neither. We do
not enro much whether or not tho men
come back. There are other stonecut
ters to be had."
NEW SMALL-POX CASE?
Believed That Mrs. Charles Twiss of
430 Franklin Avenue Is suffer
ing from the Disease.
It I" almost certain that another case
of small-pox has developed in tho cen
Physicians who have been attending
Mrs. Charles Twiss, 430 Franklin ave
ntie, reported to tho health authorities
yesterday that she had many of the
symptoms of small-pox. No positive
diagnosis has been made lis yet, but it
Is understood that all the primary
symptoms of small-pox are In evi
dence. The house was placed under tempor
ary quarantine and members of the
icgular police force detnlled to guard
It. Tt Is understood that the Twiss
family moved to 430 Frunklln avenue a
few days ago from apartments over
the Star theutei.
Officers Installed by Grand Com
mander T. F. Penman.
The grand commander of Knights
Templar of Pennsylvania, Itight Emi
nent Sir Thomas F. Penman, made a
grand visitation to Melita eommandery,
No. 68, Knights Templar, of this city,
last night In Masonic hall, and Installed
the officers. He was assisted by Emi
nent, Sir Andrew J. Colborn, Q.; Emi
nent Sir Charles S. Seaman, C. G.:
Eminent Sir It. A. Zimmerman, S. W.;
Eminent Sir William Brutzimm, J. W.;
Eminent Sir J. S. Porteus, W.i Rev. Sir
V. C. Jlntemun, prelate.
Tho ofllcers installed were: Eminent
commander, Chailes R. Acker; gener
alissimo, A. II. Shopland: captain gen
eral, Thomas Palmer; senior warden,
W. L. Schlagor; junior warden, George
S. Atkins;, prelate, C. L. Van Busklrk;
treasurer, Past Grand Commander Jo
seph Alexander; recorder, Frank E.
Shedd; stnndaid bearer, W, L. Van
Busklrk; sword bcaier, Henry Phil
lips; warder, George E. Saxe; guards,
Marshall Keller, E. I. Paine, W. W.
Herry; organist, Walter Davis; mu
sical director, W. AV. Jones.
The attendance wus very large, over
one hundred swords being in line. An
Invitation was extended to the coni
ninndery to attend dlvlno services on
Ascension dny by Rev. Sir Uateman,
ut the Church of tho Good Shepherd,
which was accepted. After the cere
monies vere concluded the Sir Knights
icpalred to the banquet hull, where a
delightful social hour was spent.
Elm Park Church.
An organ recital will be given in Elm
Park church on Tuesday evening next,
April 15, by Mr. J. Alfred Pennington,
assisted by Mrs. Lenoro Thompson,
contralto. Admission, silver offering.
Pennsylvania Day Charleston Expos
ition, April 16th, 1002.
On account of the ubovo the Lacka
wanna railroad will sell special round
trip tickets from Scranton to Charles
ton good going April 14th and lfith
and for return within 11 days Including
date of sale ut the low rate of $17.75.
Try O'Hnru's now hand-made fie.
cigar. Rest ever. O'Hara's cigar store,
431 Spruce street, '
Is the best substitute for
It Will Pay
You to Come
Fine Santos Coffee, 2 pounds
Golden Rio, 14c; 5 pounds
Breakfast Java, 20c per
pound (compare it with any 30c
Plantation Java, 30c por
Special Java and Mocha. S
E. G, Coursen.
420 Lackawanna Avenue.
THE CHILDREN, HEAVEN
' BLESS THEM!
Are They Frail, Restless and
Will Make Them Vigorous,
Healthy, Bright and Happy.
As a rule, parents are to blame It
their children are puny, weak, nervous,
and irritable. Tho little ones may be
well clothed and fed, yet still be sadly
neglected from a physical point of view.
It should be remembered thut the
children Inherit many of the troubles
that parents suffer from. Thousands of
little ones are subjects of nerve troubles,
a condition Inherited from father or
mother. This nervous condition begets
Irrttableness, bad temper, headache, in
digestion, mid stomach derangements.
Such children need the best and most
Intelligent care, or they will grow up In
misery nnd disease.
Give the little ones Pnlne's Celery
Compound for the next few weeks, and
note well Its fortifying effect on the
nervous system; watch the growth In
muscle and flesh.
Thousands of thankful letters have
been received from glad fathers and
mothers who hrive had their dear ones
perfectly restored to health and strength
by Pnlne's Celery Compound;
Mr. J. P. Surface, Bluefleld, W. Va
deems it necessary to give testimony In
favor of Palne's Celery Compound. Ills
little son was nervous, and In a dan
gerous condition from heart trouble.
Dr. Phelps' marvelous prescription was
used, and the little fellow's health Is
now satisfactory. Mr. Surface writes
thus: "Up to the time our little boy
commenced to tuke Pnlne's Celery Com
pound, he had heart trouble. Every
night after going to bed, he would linvc
nervous spells, and could not get his
breath, and did not know what he was
doing. In six weeks that he has been
using Palne's Celery Compound, he hus
wonderfully improved In health and
DIAMOND DYES & aff.i!"n5i -"i
REDUCED RATES TO LOS AN
GELES. Via Pennsylvania Railroad, on Ac
count of Convention of Federation
of Women's Clubs.
On account of the convention of Fed
eration of Women's clubs, to be held at
Los Angeles, Cal., May 1 to 8, the Penn
sylvania Railroad company will sell
special excursion tickets from all sta
tions on Its lino, to Los Angeles and re
turn, ut reduced rates.
Tickets will be sold from April 19 to
28, Inclusive, and will be good to return
until June 2."i, when properly validated.
For specific rates, routes, and condi
tions of tickets, apply to ticket agents.
You Can Save
30 por cent, on the dollnr when
you purchase direct from the
Our -line of Umbrellas and
Parasols is Jnrge and complete,
and embracos all the latest pat
terns. We guarantee all our
Umbrella Manufacturing Co.
313 Spruce Street.
Malnnpu Oil ft MarWifartliPina Comhanu.
141-149 Meridian Street.
QUO 'PHONE S6-S,
We are sole agents fo
Liquid Colors, j
I House Paints j
Unexcelled for durability. '
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Ladles should call nt once and
select one of our handsome
Stamped Shirt Waist and Komona
designs to embroider on Flno
White Linen. These are our Own
exclusive designs. We also have
the patterns to stump on any ma
terial you bring.
130 Wyoming Ave.
All the good Cloth
ing that's made, but
our word for it, we
have a good assort
ment of the choicest
patterns for this
John D. Boyle,
416 Lackawanna Ave.
Mill & Grain Co.
Snow White Flour
1 I All grocers sell It.
IWe only wholesale It.
Branch at Olyphant, Pa.
Booms 1 nnd 3
MINING AND BLASTING
JIjJo at Morale and IlusliUale Works.
Laflln & Band Powder Oo.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Uk'Ctilo lUllcrfc. I'.lcilile K-splodcrs, Kx.
plodlng HUsI. hufcly Kii.c.
BEPAUNO OHEMIOAI, CO.'S
NEW 'PHONE saai
MjTv .J -
t-i , $- 4-y