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THE SOItANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, APMI23, 1902.
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Wash lttis-dnn Mouses for bojs. 1 lie
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New 'Phone 2057.
Mi-s Mimic (.liiincll, of Xrw Jlllfutil, U x I-.it-iw;
at tli hunie of Jnlin Itcmhler, on North
Jll Milic (illicit., ot Mulliciry i-tieet, lias ie
tiirniil Iiiiiiii .illoi .1 tow rck'.' ii-.it in 1'oit
.lnl-, V V .Hid -Non oil city with leli-tic-i,
A. I". HoiUo, "f -Mulliiiry ticct, leu is toilay
fur Mil .M.iutu, ( jlirouil,!, In lalt liis .'mi.
While in iiiulr In- will i!t .Vow (lile-ins aiwl
H'U'l.fl ollici iltln.,
. llov. Walter .1, fliil-, who In-. Wen nine jun
In (In- l'mijili, liiilia, us ,i i'n.t-lj ti'i iau mL-ihii-my,
it inline .i t-luut t into with tiiouU in tliL
ilty. Ilii wife w.i-i well kiiumi In Hi rjliton .n
JII-H Nettie Dunn, tin, ,-Ktei of Mr. I.. St. fi.ili,
with whom tin I.imily ..no now Kloippinc;, MI-l
Dunn w.is tin lliftt ii.itlon.il f-ccifiiij' nt the
Voiins Woimn's ( liri-ll.in .i--ooi.it Ion, and i
twiiloil tlio Yumi? Wuimii't ('hiMi.in .ii-ool.ill.jii
HELD ON TWO CHARGES.
Ignatius Prawzig Arrested at the In
stance of John Korn.
Ignatius Prawzig, of Hickory street,
'tva arrested, yesterday at the Instance
of John Korn, a next door neighbor, on
charges oC assault and battel y and
threats. The ease was a cross-suit
growing out of the an est of Korn on
it a hearing before Aldennnn Ruddy
lain night Koin testllled tliat In it quar
rel on Sunday afternoon In wus struck
and kicked by Prnwalg. Tlte latter did
not attempt to deny that he had struck
Korn, but claimed that tho latter was
the aggressor and struck the first blow.
Ho was held under $200 bajl on each
charge, Korn claiming that lie bud also
threatened, his lite.
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W. F. CLIFFORD ARRESTED,
lit Is Alleged That He. Has No De
Detective William F. Clifford was ar
rested yesterday on n. warrant Issued
by Alderman John Lentes.ohnrglng him
with Impersonating an otlleer and act
ing as a detective without having a
license, fiom tho court. The prosecutor
was Samuel Porter, and the case grew
out'of the hitter's arrest of Magistrate
John T, Howe on Monday, Detective
Clifford does special work for the mag
istrate, Clifford waived a heating and entered
bull for Ids nppearance at court be
fore Magistrate Howe, It, Moses be
camo his secuilty In both cases. Jt (h
alleged that Clifford has not had a de
tective's llcenso for two years.
A Splendid Opportunity
to l-q on with your
piano Iwioih 1- "(
fend in the t Ri
mer Exhort of tlig
which open when
ull tho schooU liavc
are reuUtcrliuf now,
miu wo oincc it
open dally &WKI.
J. Alfred l'nn.
JOHN JERMYN HOME.
Safely Withstood the Fatigue of His
John Jermyn arrived yesterday morn
ing nfter his trans-continental trip, tit
tle the worse for the long tedious Jour
ney. Thanks to tlte Improvised hospi
tal car and the care given him by mem
bers ot his family, it physician, nntl
two trained nurses he was relieved Im
measutnbly of the ordinary htiidshlps
of such a trip.
When he was taken to his own room-
at the Joriuyn residence, corner of Jef-foi-Bon
avenue and Vino street,, the aged
Invalid gave a deep sigh ot t'cllcf and
expressed himself ni highly gralllled
nt reaching home.
That he might bo given every op
portunity to rest, his physician, Dr. A.
J, Council ordered that no one be per
mitted to visit the sick room, Hun
dreds called nt the home yesterday to
Inquire for tho patient's condition, but
the best word that could bo given
them was that Mr. Jermyn was a very
Mr. Jermyn left for Pasadena, Cal.,
Jan. 7, with his wife, his daughter,
Miss Emma, and youngest son, Rolto.
He was feeling 111 nnd thought that the
California climate would benefit him,
It developed, however, that It not only
did not benefit him but disagreed with
him to such nit extent that Dr. Mc
Clowan, who was attending him, de
cided that the only hope of prolonging
his life was In taking him away. Mr.
Jermyn wished to be taken home, nnd
as ho had to be-moved at least beyond
the Rockies, It was decided to gratify
his wish. -
His eldest son, Juseph j; Jermyn, who
wont to his father's bedside a mouth
ago, made every arrangement that
could possibly lighten the trip, and on
Thursday night the start was made.
Tht trip was made without Incident,
and with no immediately apparent
hatdshlp to the patient.
Thete are hopes that the climate here
will aid In Mr. Jermyn's recovery. The
hopes however aio not tho brightest.
TO BE OPENED SEPT. 1
Every Benson to Believe That New
Y. M. C. A. Building Will Be
Then Beady for Occupancy.
It Is announced Unit the dlrcctois of
tho Young Men's Christian association
expect to have the magnificent new
building now In couise of construction
nt the corner of North Washington ave
nue and Mulberry street formally
opened on or about Sept. 1. It Is not
believed that It can be opened before
that time and a still later date may
have to be eventually fixed.
The work of constructing the bul)dlng
has met with numeious delays ever
since ground was first broken over a
year ami a half ago. Building mater
ials have fulled to arrive in time, sub
contractors have been exnsperatingly
slow In some instances and a scarcity
of workmen of certain classes has been
The building operations are now go
ing on uninterruptedly, however, and
an nrmy of carpenters, plasterers, glaz
iers, painters, plumbers and electricians
is at work on the lntetior of the big
structure. Tho exterior work has all
been completed and the work of fihtsh
Ing up the interior is now under way.
The rough plastering has been done
throughout the entire building and the
white coat has been put on tho upper
floots. The plasterers are now working
down through the building. A good
deal of work remains yet to be done
on the auditorium on which very lltttle
has been done, and the gymnasium is
also In an unfinished state.
The great work which temalns yet
to b done Is the decorating, which is
not included in Contractor Williams'
contract. A separate contiact for this
work remains yet to be let. Sufficient
funds for thu construction of the build
ing and for tho decorating have now
been pledged, and new subscriptions
are being received for the furnishings,
which will cost between $iri,000 and
$25,000. An elfort is also being made to
secure sufficient money to install an
electric light and power plant. The
money for tho gymnnslum equipment
has all been pledged, and the contract
has been let to Florey & Brooks.
There s-eeius to bo every prospect of
opening the building on Sept. 1. Xo
active canvass for new members Is be
ing made just at present, because the
directors realize that just as soon as
the building is opened there will be a
great rush of applications for member
ship. Already there are more than a
sufficient number of applicants for the
eighty rooms on the upper iloois, which
ate to be let out to men.
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 nt
Los Angeles, Cal., May 1 to S, the Penn
sylvania Railroad company will sell
special excursion tickets from ull sta
tions on Its line, to Los Angeles and re
turn, ut reduced rates.
Tickets will be sold from April 1!) to
2ii, Inclusive, and will be good to return
until .Tune 25, when properly validated.
For specific rates, routes, and condi
tions of tickets, apply to ticket agents.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
1 1 'ml. r tliis licidliii; liort letter, of Iiilciost
will he pulilUlieil hIicii aitonipdiiieU, for publica
tion, I.) the urllpi'H lunio, 'llw Tribuuo iloet not
usjuini' repomj) foi oplnloiw hire eircscd.
Arrival Home of Mr. Jermyn.
S union, l'j pill ii, ll.-,0.
IMilor f 'I ho 'liiUiuo.
Hit l'lrae ur.iiit n. a hhnrt xpjop In )our
ililly In toliu my Itlldly j tho urili.il home of
Mr. u uii)n, of tliU ill), in nv of lil loccnt
soilom llliu -) ut I'.iM'dcna, r.il,, tho tliouslit
of Ms liciiij; able to lilltlerlul.o the Journey i.i
Iktii the subject ot (lie MiHlvrt (oiucui to liU
Muikioim filemN, j well in to the iiiombom of
liN f.ni.'l), Dmlng tho iutalhr Journey niros.
tic louiiti), ho was accompanied by homo of h'
tl.llJun. us well a niidlul ami other aid iicum
baiy in hl ti)luijr orile.ll,
Of Mr. Jerm)ii, the writu would lu.ro cpres
liU nirny )tui' appreciation for Jits timely and
ulunUiy uuweil Ion of a position in )ia cmplo).
p.ent In lao in Jerni.in, to nhleli the willrr at.
tribute 1iU iiiUH'iue In IliU favoird laud today,
nioii! nTc.cl.illy in Hill bt.ilo. Mt.co Hat uuj.
pleluiH bualou, 1 liaio icgaidcd my former em.
plo)if us my benefactor and, jj eWdcnce tlionu,
ha was full) In loucli with thoto front that laud
of whlili ho id a compatriot. 'Iho circumstance
furnUhes many plc.iint rccollcctloiu. In con.
elusion, I hope that the lupplf.t ictulU may at
tend Mr. Jcmivii'd jii'lwl home.
f-tranlua, I'a., April ", ItW.
Will Succeed 0, L. Pruden.
By Kxclus'ic Wire from Tho Aoclted 1'rcw,
Wajhlnston, April 22. 'llic president today tp.
pointed Benjamin I'. Dame, ot New Jersey, jj.
fi.tant secretary, t succeed O. U I'ruJcn, i!c.
BISHOP MERRILL AN IDEAL
Now Commission to Consider the Ad
visability of Reducing the Number
of Districts from Six to Five It Is
to Make Its Report nt tho Early
Stages of tho Next Conference.
Rev. Dr. J. B. Sweet the Recipient
of a Shower of Congratulatory
Perhaps the most satisfactory session
of the Wyoming conroienco has just
closed. In fifty-two years no more Im
portant annual gathering has been
chronicled In the history ot the church,
In this region.
In the first place there ate more nice
people In Waverly than In most places,
nnd then Bishop Merrill was tho Ideal
of a presiding officer despite his ad
vancing years. No official leader in
Methodism could have evinced a more
benutlful and sweetly attuned spirit
than this venerable man. dentle and
just, would be the most fitting term to
apply to his rulings and his general at
titude toward tho conference.
In the midst of the' fierce discussion
over u teadjustment of tho districts,
and notwithstanding the dismay with
which ho regarded such an Innovation,
sprung on hlin the last day like the call
of a snap convention, he was mild nnd
calm and kind to both sides. While to
most members of the conference In the
Wyoming district such a radical change
made without more consultation with
tho laymen was considered with appre
hension, tho younger element from the
upper end of tho conference that suffers
most from inadequate support, were
vehemently determined In their stnnd.
Rev. A. F. Chaffee and Dr. Hard had
the majority with them, and they very
nearly carried tho day and Scrnnton
churches very nearly woke up yester
day morning to find themselves in the
Honesdnle district. It was a good op
portunity for such a coup for they knew
tho gentle temperament of the bishop
who would have yielded to their Insist
TENDENCY OF THE DAY.
The tendency of tho day Is toward
fewer districts and the time will come
when Wyoming conference will doubt
less be changed as to Its districts, but
to force such a change with all its con
sequent disturbance on a bishop and his
cabinet the final day was rather too
much for the conservative. Among the
clergymen who opposed such radical
measures were Dr. M. D. Fuller, Rev.
G. O. Beers, Rev. H. H. Wilbur, Rev.
(.'. H. Newlng nnd Rev. G. C. Lyman.
In the commission Dr. H. C. McDer
mott opposed the decision of the major
The commission stood seven to fls-e
in favor of re-adjustment. The new
commission will consist of six minis
ters and six laymen who must report to
the next presiding bishop early In the
year, and bring the matter before the
next annual conference, early in the
Rev. Dr. J. B. Sweet was the re
cipient of a shower of congratulatory
telegrams yesterday upon his appoint
ment as presiding elder of Binghamton
district. Many of these came from the
people of Simpson church, with whom
he Is so popular. Dr. Sweet made, no
canvass of the conference and did not
urge his own cause, but there was con
siderable Interest in his appointment
because of the Importance which Car
mel Grove, the Chautauqua of this
region, occupies and the necessity of
having some one at its head who would
be active and aggressive In Its behalf.
DR. TUCKLEY'S RETURN.
It is not often that a transferred man
is looked upon with great affection and
enthusiasm by the "native" members
of a conference. The resident minis
ters who see a new man brought in
from elsewhere and given tho best
places naturally feel a little resentment,
but there Is one transferred man who Is
exempt fioin this rule. He Is Rev. Dr.
Henry Tuckley, who was formerly at
tho Centenary church, Binghamton, but
whose breaking down from overwork
resulted in his retirement for a year.
He has now returned completely re
stoied In health, and is received with
open aims by ull the brethren. Few
clergymen have a more lovable person
ality and has made more friends In the
Wyoming conference. He Is a man of
unusual attiUnments and' a high order
of ability, both as a preacher and a
writer. His recent letters from the
old, world were syndicated widely. His
new pastorate at Oneonta Is to be con
gratulated. Among the men recognized as "com
ing" are Rev. W. L. Llnaberry, Rev.
H. Guy Snowden, Rev. R. W. Lowry
and Rev. J, W. Bennlnger.
Rev. J, W, Nicholson received an ova
tion the other night when his name was
read off In the list ot appointments,
Waveily people lifted such applause
that the bishop was obliged to pause
for sevetal moments.
The appointment of Dr. J. H. Race to
Centenary church Is received with great
pleasure all over the conference. He
is one of its own sons, of whom It is
Four important charges In the con
ference pimply "swapped" pastors. W.
G. Simpson exchanged with C. A. Ben
jamin, and G. C. Lyman exchanged
with Dr. M. D. Fuller.
Juan Lopez & &
5 for 25c; $3.00 per
Porto Rico Cigars,
finest Brevas, 6 for ac;
S3.75 Per hundred.
E. G. Course,),
Two churches of Scrnnton have
adopted the custom of taking names
dear to tho church Instead ot Inslgnlll
rant appellations of streets. Cedar
avenue Is now St. Paul's, and Hampton
street church Is Embury.
While the departure or Rev, (I, r, Ly
man from Court street church Is de
plored by that congregation, the com
ing of Dr. Fuller Is received with Joy.
The ministers were entertained by all
denominations In Waverly. Dr. Sweet
and Pi entiling Elder Warner were
guests In the beautiful home of Banker
Long, of the Presbyterian church,
Others worn guests ot Mrs. Vnnatta,
formerly Miss Kilty Spencer, of Scrnn
ton, nnd Episcopalians and Baptists
also had Mclhoill.it ministers at their
Tho dim Inter In the church at Wa
verly Is Edward Eaton, a nephew of E,
T. Sweet, of this city. The choir Is an
excellent one, nnd gave lino music dur
ing the conference.
BIG CROWD FROM UTfCA.
Three Societies nnd Over Three Hun
dred Persons Will Come to the
Prof. Iurwerth T. Daniel, ot TJtlca, N.
Y was In the city yesterday and was
the guest ot David Prltchnrd, secretary
of the national eisteddfod commute.
Prof. Daniel is one ot the best known
Instructors of music In Utlca and the
director of some of Its foremost singing
"The people of Utlca are taking great
Interest In the eisteddfod to be held In
this city," said Prof. Daniel yesterday.
"We have arranged for a speclnl train
nnd nt least 300 persons will come to
this city to participate In or listen to
tho competitions. The societies that are
coming are tho Utlca Philharmonics,
which has 175 mixed voices; Ladies'
Cocillan chorus of sixtyflve voices, nnd
tho Arion chorus ot Hixty-two voices.
Wo expect that our organizations will
give their competitors a very lively
tussel for tho prizes."
HAS MARVELOUS- PROPERTIES.
A Firepioof Paint That Stands a
A tet of the flrc-reslsting qualities of
the Niagara fireproof paint wns made
last night at the corner of Adams ave
nue and Mulberry street, and It proved
beyond all question that the non-combustible
qualities or the paint are truly
A miniature house of seven-eighth
inch dry, pine and hemlock shingles,
covered with only two coats of the llre
proor paint, was subjected for twenty
minutes to a blaze fiom oil-soaked
kindling wood, paper, packing material
and the like, piled all around and on
top of It, and after the fire had burned
out the paint-protected house was dug
out from the embers of the bonfire al
most unharmed. Under the eaves and
along the edges of tho projecting
shingles tho fire had gotten underneath
the paint and charted the wood. On the
flat surface, however, tho wood was
only blackened, or, at the most, slightly
chaired. The 500 persons who witnessed
the test could not restrain a cheer when
the practically unharmed miniature
house was rescued from the heart of
the fierce bonfire.
The paint is manufactured by the In
dependent Roofing and Paint company,
and Is the Invention of T. A. Gould, or
Syracuse. The local manager of the
company Is A. F. Golden.
THE KING BOLT BROKE.
Party Driving Over Boulevard Had
an Exciting Experience.
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Laubach and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Edginton started
to drive over the boulevard to Elmhurst
last night, and when near that place
the king bolt of the cairinge broke and
the frightened horses dashed away,
dragging tho carriage for some distance
until finally they freed themselves.
Tho occupants of tho carriage were
shaken up, but escaped without severe
injuries of nnv kind. The horses were
cnught about two miles from the scene
of the lunawav. They had sustained
only slight hurts.
JACOBS & FASOLD.
Re-open nt Their Old Stand.
Messrs. Jacobs & Fnsold re-opened
their store at 200 Washington avenue,
yesterday, after being closed about one
month on account of re-building, caused
by the locent fire in the building, at
which time their stock and flxtuies
were entirely destroyed.
Their store today Is undoubtedly the
most beautiful and artistic of its kind
in the city. Fifty feet of the front of.
the store aro devoted to the display of
pictures, picture framing, etc. This de
partment Js finished In mahogany; the
celling of stereo relief, and the side
walls done In a dark green burlap, mak
ing a very artistic finish. Passing un
der a grilled arch we find about one
third of the entlie fioor space devoted
to the Avail paper department. Here
the firm nre showing all the newest
Ideas In decorative ait, the arrangement
for display being perfect. In the rear
of this department the space Is occu
pied by paints and oils, of which the
firm carry a very extensive line.
The public is invited to Inspect tho
new quarters. During opening week;
double trade stamps will be given with
Messrs. Jacob-? & Fosold, who have
only been In business about a year,
deserve to be congratulated upon their
You nie cordially Invited to 'attend
the grand opening of Oilc Colwoll's
Cafe, 217 Penn avenue, Scranton, Pa
Wednesday evening, April 2a, 1002.
Muslo by Lawrence orchestia. Former
ly Flunk Aylesworth's place. Fine
COFo Is the best .substitute for coffee.
Our Negligee Shirt stock shows the growth of
; experience, -
There is a snap and style in every one the pat
terns are neat black and white, and blue and white
effects, either stripes or neat
figures, cuffs attached or de-
luCI 0C1 feif fWtt f f f f t 1
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EXERCISES AT EMBURY M. E.
WILL BE ON MAY 4.
In the Morning Rev. S. F. Uphnm,
D. D., LL. D,, One of tho Greatest
of tho Many Powerful Orators in
the Methodist Church, Will Be
Heard Rev. J, B. Sweot, D. D.,
the Now Presiding- Elder of tho
Binghamton District, Will Speak
at the Evening Session.
On Sunday, May 4, the Embury
Methodist Episcopal church, ot which
Rev. James Bennlnger is the pastor,
will bo dedicated. The services will bo
attended by a number of persons promi
nent In the religious world.
Tho preacher for the morning is Rev.
S. F. TJphiim, D. D., LL.D., one of
Methodism greatest preachers. Dr. Up
ham was born In Massachusetts, nnd
while a mere boy ho was called to
JHTV. JAMKS I!KXIN(li:itv
occupy some of the lending pulpits In
his own state. Every church which ho
has served has been the better because
of his helpful ministration, and while
other preachers complained of small
congregations, his church wns crowded
to the doors. There Is a magnetism
about Dr. Upham that cannot be de
scribed in words. Ho simply gets hold
of a congregation in the very beginning
and holds them spellbound to the end,
swaying his audience like the wind does
the branches of a tree.
NAMED FOR BISHOP.
Ho Is elected to the general confer
ence, the highest legislative body In the
church, as regularly as tho four years
come around. A general conference
without Dr. Upham would not be com
plete. Twice his name has been promi
nently mentioned for the office of
bishop, nnd if all signs do not fail the
next quadrenium It will be Bishop Up
ham. In constant demand for tho dedi
cation of churches, It Is no easy task to
secure his service. The Embury peo
ple are to be congratulated.
The former pastors who have been In
vited to speak at the nfternqon rally
arc Revs. TV". R. Netherton, H. B. Bene
dict, C. H. Hayes, A. TV. Cooper, F. P.
Doty. These men were popular pas
tots, and their many friends will bo
glad to see them and extend them a
Rev.J. B. Sweet, D. D., who preaches
the evening sermon, is too well-known
in Scranton to need much ot an intto
ductlon. He was pastor of tho Simp
son Methodist Episcopal church for live
years, and during his pastorate there
the congregation grew lo such an c
tent that chairs wore frequently placed
in the nlsles at the evening service. He
Is a most enthusiastic speaker and al
ways presents something entertaining.
The annual conference has just hon
ored him by appointing him presiding
elder of the Binghamton district.
A UNIQUE CHARACTER.
Joseph Wesley Powell, who Is to
speak at all tho services, Is the most
unique character of the present day.
He Is the national organizer of tho
Brotherhood of St. Paul, a man of rare
gifts and a most entertaining speaker.
Mrs. Powell, who accompanies him and
who will sing In all tho services, has a
national reputation. A rich voice, with
plenty of volume, she always delights
Judging from tho array of talent, the
Embury people are attempting to outdo
all the other churches.
Ceremony Wns Perforated in Holy
A pretty wedding occurred at Holy
Cross church, Bellevue, yesterday morn
ing at 9 o'clock, when John J. Diskln,
of 521 Eynon street, and Miss Catherine
McDerniott, of 417 Railroad avenue,
were united In marriage by the pastor,
Rev. W. P. O'Donnell.
The bride was becomingly nttlied In
whllo crepe do cheuo, with hat to
match, and carried a prayer book. She
was attended by Miss Mary TValsh, of
South Wyoming avenue, who wore a
gown of white Persian mulle, with black
hat. Tho groom's attendant was Pat
rick Rooney, of Eynon street
Following tho ceremony, the wedding
party wet o, driven to the homo of tho
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Martin
McDerniott, where a reception wns held,
nnd breakfast was served, and Mr. and
Mrs. Diskln iifterwurds left for New
York on a wedding trip. Upon their ic
turn they will reside on Eynon street.
Tho bride Is ono of tho most esti
mable young women In the Bellevue
of Our Shirts
$1,00 to $2.00
V-V B&?V' ilk, "5-
BE WISE TODAY
'TIS MADNESS TO DEFER!
THE USE OF
IN SPRINGTIME i
Means Banishment of Disease and
and the Establishment of
Strength Vigor nnd Per-
Well meaning nnd leally worthy peo
ple often err when sickness und disease
come to them. Too often they aro con
tent to follow blindly the advice of sec
ond rate physicians, who In nine case's
out of every ten full to properly dingi
nose tho Ills they nro called unon to
cure. Too frequently our sick people
put their trust and confidence in com
mon; advertised pills, nervines, sarsa
parlllas, and other liquid concoctions,
Terrible disappointments und resulto
come to the users of such .medicines:
sickness and disease are aggravated
their dangers vastly Increased.
Happy aro the people who, when (Un
ease has laid Its hand upon them, use
Pr. Phelps' life giving prescription,
Paine's Celery Compound, a medicine
that stands without nn equal for feed
ing exhausted nerves, purifying the
blood, nnd building up the weakened
nnd run down system.
Weakly, sickly, and disease laden
mortal, It Is madness to defer the use
of that health giving medicine that has
rescued and saved Its tens of thou;
nnds in every land.
Paine's Celery Compound is tlij omo
true specific recognized and prescribed
today by our most eminent an i our
most honest practitioners for diseases
arising from a debilitated nervous
system. You need Its use this very
day; your condition demands it; com
mon sense nnd a knowledge of what
Paine's Celery Compound has done for
others, should be vour guide at this
critical time or your life. PAINE'H m
the kind that makes sick people well'
See that the name is on both bottle
und wrapper. Do 'not be induce.! lo
take a substitute or any Imitation; --on
need the kind that has cured oth -t.
DIAMOND DYES The only pure and un
adulterated. Xeier crock! Xecr fade!
section, and the groom is a valued em
ploye of T. F. Leonard. Both have a
host of friends to wish them well.
MISSION SOCIETY OF STATE.
Will Meet in This City on Tuesday
and Wednesday, May 6 and 7.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Baptist Foreign Missionary society of
Pennsylvania will bo held In the Penn
avenue church on May 6 and 7.
The various Baptist churches of the
city will unite in tho meetings and in
entertaining the delegates. All friends
Interested In missionary work are In
vited to attend the sessions.
A splendid lino direct from the
largest manufacturers. The' new
est and swellest line for spring.
Latest In stylo and general make
up. Reed body, with rubber tires,
patent brake, enamel gear, up
holstered cushions nnd lace para
sol. Prices, each,
You Can Save
30 per cent, on the dollar when
you purchase direct from the
Our Lin" of Umbiellas nnd
Parasols is largo and complete,
and embraces all the latest pat
terns, We guarantee all our
Umbrella Manufacturing: Co.
313 Spruce Street,
1 ' OH
Wlalrmou Oil X Manifarfipinef fnmhanu
X 141-149 Meridian Strest.
OLD 'PHONE 26-S.
We nro solo agents for
Unexcelled for durability.
126-128 Franklin Ave.
'Hip ItliM Pillow l'.nl in the "Itlrlhrlay Pil
low." Their lire Incite lie.mtlfiit dciigni ill tlilt
line one for eacli month a most acceptable
bill Inlay citt.
130 Wyoming Avs. '
A merchant dealing in
clothing that is manufac
tured by one of the best
makers in the United
States, and asking no
more for the same than
you are expected to pay
for the other kind else
where,i3 sui ely worthy ot
a call, if only to encour
age that sort of business.
John D, Boyle,
416 Lackawanna Ave.
Mill k Grain Co.
Snow White Flour
All grocers sell It.
Wo only wholesale It.
Branch at Olyphant, Pa.
In Rooms 1 and !i
B .ft- Commonwealth Bldfj.
" Cr"Tl ATtfTntlT HA
MINING AND DLASTINO
Made Jt Macule and Ilibiiiialo Works.
Laflln & Hand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Ulecluc llltluilo, Klectiie i:plodei3, Kx.
IiIoiIiiib llltols Safely I'me.
REPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
and Burning :
- S ,X
new 'phone saai