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OCTOBER 15, 1002,
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY,
Three-Year-Old Lizzie May Richards Had a
Very Narrow Escape from Death Struck
by Trolley Car Other News Notes-
A huge number of people on North
Mnln avenue, near Hwetlnnd street,
were horrified yesterday afternoon to
pee a little girt struck unci disappear
under the fender of a street cur. When
the cur was stopped It was expected
that the crushed and mangled remains
would he found, but Instead the little
girl, Lizzie May Richards, aged a years,
had. escaped almost certain death and.
with the exception of a few cuts and
bruises, was uninjured,
Shortly after 1 o'clock Lizzie left the
home of her parents, Sir. and Mrs.
George Richards, of B31 North Alain
avenue, to go across the street, and In
passing out of the way of nn approach
ing carriage she blindly rushed In front
of a passing car, which knocked her
down. She passed under the fender,
and but for her dress catching' In the
pilot board she would have been
crushed to death. As It was, she was
dragged several feet.
Willing hands soon extricated her,
rind she was Immediately taken home
and a physician summoned, who found
that the entire left side had been more
or less cut and bruised by being
dragged, and the left wrist had been
sprained. No serlaus results from the
unfortunate accident are anticipated.
v Election of Officers.
'At a meeting of the Women's Homo
Missionary society of the Simpson
Methodist Episcopal church, held at the
home of Miss Helen Peck, on Chestnut
street, the election of officers took
place. The reports for the year just
past showed It to be one of the most
prosperous in the history of the organ
ization. The officers elected were: President,
Mrs. II. L. Morgan; iirst vice-president,
Mrs. McOermott; second vice-president,
Mrs. G. Moser; third vice-president,
Mrs. Lull; recording secretary, Mrs. H.
M. Bass; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
William Hagen; treasurer, Mrs. AVItl
nor; local secretary, Mrs. R. J. Hughes;
supply secretary, Mrs. George Carson;
collector, Mrs. Friant; collector, spe
cial, Miss Peck; secretary Mothers'
Jewels, Mrs. Chase; assistant, Mrs.
Part; literature secretary, Mrs. Part.
Miss Lulu Tl. Williams, of 1004 Price
street, and Stewart Space, of Seranton,
were united in marriage yesterday at
the home of the bride's parents, 1001
Price street, by Rev. H. C. McDer
mott. The house was beautifully
decorated and the bride looked very
charming In a white mousseline de
FREE! FIE! FREE!
Five stamps given away with,
ench, bottle of Dufour's French Tar
G. W. JENKINS.
if The Annual
1 Blanket Sale I
Starts today. As a bargain event at the Globe Ware-
g house it has no equal in all the money saving offerings of
Ls the year. Hundreds of people wait for it, because they
!C have learned by experience that it just saves them so &.
- much money off every pair of Blankets bought. &
$ Pure White Wool Blankets $
13-4 Highest Grade Californias, jacquard bor- .
ders, $10.00 kind, at JpO.OO S
"r 1 1-4 Highest Grade Californias, jacquard bor- -, &
g ders, $9.00 kind, at $7.50 St
d 11-4 Fine Californias, with fancy floral borders, , ,. si
$7-5kind, at 5)6.50
ja 1 1-4 Pino Californias, with fancy stripe borders & ,
! $7.ookind. at $6.00 si
!s 64x80 inch California Blankets, for beds, & . S
.5 $5.25lrind,at $4.50 S
' 1 1-4 strictly Pure Wool Blankets our famous
5 $5.00 kind, at $3.95 j-
'. ' 62x8 nch Pure Wool Blankets for single beds, 5?i
g $4.75 kind, at $3.85 6
5S 64x80 inch Pure Wool Blankets for beds, , , Sf;
3 4.25Mnd,at $3.50 Si
5 ii-4 3-parts Wool Blankets, heavy and warm, ,. . Sp
3 $;!.85 kind, at . . $3.25 g
5 1 1-4 Cotton Warp Blankets, all wool filling, , &
j$ $2,75 kind, at v . $2.25
1 1-4 Cotton Warp Blankets, all wool filling, t
ji $2.50 kind, at $1.95 i
IS xo-4 Cotton Warp Blankets, all wool tilling, M 5:
g $2.25 kind, at $1.85
j Grey Wool Blankets &
ll-t Silver Clrey Pure Australian Wool Hlankets J6.00 kind for $1.75 &
;g 31-4 .Silver Clrey Pure Australian Wool Klunkcla J.vjd kind for $1,25 Si
i3j 11-1 All-Wool Grey HlanketH, Fancy Horders $i,&0 kml for $3.73 l!
5 10-4 All-Wool flrey Hlankcls, Fancy Borders $3.73 kind for $2.75
S H'4 Orey Wool Hlankets, good weight $3,00 kind for $2.25 Hi
i3 10-4 Clrey Wool Blankets, good weight $2.25 kind for $1,85 !
jT ll-l Wool Pilling Orey Hlankets, good weight $1.05 kind for $1.25
;, 10-4 Wool Pilling Grey Hlankets, good weight $1.25 kind for $1,00 Si
i Fancy Wool Blankets
;g 11-1 All-Wool Hlankets in a variety of Fancy Plaids, $1,25 kind for $3,25 &
la Cotton Blankets 5!
2s 10-4 Orey or White Hlankets, Fancy Holders 03c, kind for 45o H?
U-4 Ciiey or White Hlankets, Fancy Horders S5o kind for 69c &
;5 11-4 Clrey or White Hlankets, Nxtra Heavy $1,10 kind for 89o Si
jS 12-4 (irey or White Hlankets, Extra, Heavy $1.00 kind for $1.25 5!
3 Pretty Fancy Rabss gj
Size 6ox8o, in floral and scroll designs, suitable , si;
"3 for the bath A wonderful value during this sale at, , . 69C &
' Our Entire Comfort Stock &
j" Shares in the above reductions, ns usual. The proportion is &
JS exactly the same, Si
This Sale Begins Tuesday Morning
Globe Warebods?. 1
polo gown, trimmed with old lace nnd
she wore a while tulle veil. She car
ried white roses nnd malden-halr fern.
Her maid of honor was Miss Delia
Davles, who wore white organdie over
white silk and carried white 'carna
tions. After the ceremony the bridal
party sat down to a sumptuous repast
in the dining room, which was beauti
fully decorated with chrysanthemums
and autumn leaves.
Mr. and Mrs. Space were the recip
ients of many costly gifts and will go
to housekeeping ut once on Price
A tiulet but pretty home wedding
took place last evening at the 'home of
Eugene Ulttenbendor, of South Urom
lcy avenue, when his daughter, Miss
Fanny, wns united In marriage to Wil
fred Stanley Molr, son of Hon. and
Mrs. .Tames Molr. The bridal party
formed In an upper room, and, to the
strains of the wedding march from
"Lohengrin," as played by Miss .Mar
garet Gill, marched Into the parlor,
where they were met by Rev. 13. .1. Mo
Henry, of St. David's Episcopal
church, who performed the ceremony.
Miss Stella Williams' was maid of
honor, while 10. W. Williams acted as
best mall. After the ceremony, a re
ception was held and later a bountiful
wedding supper was served. Upon
their return from a wedding trip, they
will reside In a newly-furnished home
Announcement has just been made of
the marriage of Miss lieu trice Morgan,
daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Thomas Mor
gan, of Archbald street, to I3ert Evans,
of South Main avenue. The happy
event took place at Ringhamton, the
ceremony being performed by a clergy
man of Hint city.
After the wedding, Mr. and Mrs.
Evans returned home, and informed
their parents and friends of the event.
Congratulations were In order, and for
the present they will receive their
friends at the home of the bride's par
ents on Archbald street.
Very Thirsty Man.
P. J. Cllenn, the Jackson street hotel
keeper, appeared before Alderman Da
vies late last evening and swore out a
warrant for the arrest of Mich
ael Lee, of Cameron avenue, on the
charge of stealing a bottle of brandy.
The prosecutor claims that In his ab
sence the defendant lifted a bottle of
brandy and disappeared.
The warrant was placed In the hands
of Constable Timothy Jones who lo
cated his man, but in' making the ar
rest, Joseph Ankers, also of Camden
avenue, Interefercd, and attempted lo
take the prisoner away. The con
stable brought Ankers in on the
charge of disorderly conduct, and, in
asmuch as both were decidedly drunk,
they were locked Up for the night.
Gall a gher-Powell.
A very quiet church wedding took
place yesterday afternoon nt i o'clock
In St. Patrick's church, when Miss lles
slo Gallagher, of Meridian street, was
United In marriage to James Powell, of
Green Ridge, by Rev. J. H. Whclan.
The bride was charmingly attired In a
tailor-made gown of rich blue, with hat
At the conclusion of the ceremony, a
reception was held, after which they
departed on nn extended w,eddlng trip.
On their return they will reside In a
newly furnished homo on Meridian
street. Hoth young people are well
known and have the best wishes of a
host of friends.
Board of Trade Met.
The West Side board of trade held a
brief business session In the rooms of
the Electric City Wheelmen Inst even
ing. The attendance was not as large
as wns expected, and, after passing
upon a few bills, the. meeting was nd
Journcd, although It was Intended to
bring up Important matters for con
sideration. The board is making arrangements
for n public meeting of West Sldors, to
be held the second Tuesday In No
vember. GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
A large number of well known West
Seranton young ladles met at the homo
of Miss Harriet Bynoti on North Main
avenue, Monday evening and organized
tile S. 11. L. club.
James Williams, of Academy strict, Is
recovering from an Illness.
Miss Mildred Jones, of Forest City, Is
the guest of .Miss Olive Kscott, of South
Mrs. Harry Fulton, of Wnsliurn street,
Is recovering fiom an Illness
William Deckelnlelt, the South Main
uvi-nuu hotel proprietor, arrived In New
York on Sunday morning from Gel many
on the Red Star line Kroonlnnd. Mrs.
Deekelnlck and daughter, .Mrs, G.
Lewis, went to New York to meet hlui
and they were expected liomo lulu last
The funeral of Anna, infant daughter of
.Mr. and Mrs. Vanstan, of 112.", West Lo
cust street, was held yesterday afternoon.
The funeral wns piivote and alter brief
services tin: little one was laid at rest in
the Cathedral cemetery.
Rev. T. A. lfiimplireyn, the newly ap
pointed pastor of the Plymouth Congrega
tional church, nnd Ids family, are the
guests of Mrs. M. P. Daniels, of Division
Mr. and .Mrs. Daniel J. Tliomas. of 111
North Hyde Park avenue, left yesterday
for Philadelphia, where they will make
their future home. .Mr. Daniels wilT en
ter the employ of the Adams Express
Gordon Evans, of Eynon street, Is con
valescing after an illness.
Ex-Alderman John P. Kelly. sr is se
riously ill with pneumonia at the home of
ills daughter, Mrs. Peter O'Donnell, of
Miss Lizzie Krager. of Tunkhannock, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. John Denn. of
Miss Rose Hiibler, of North Hyde
Park avenue, is homo from Avocn.
A full line of good, heavy, warm
sweaters. Flofey & Brooks, 321' and 524
Spruce street, opposite court house.
SO UTH SCRANTON.
The new St. Paul's church which is be
ing built on Plttston avenue is ncarlng
completion aarl the dedication services
will take place on Sunday, Kovcmbcr
1U. The parsonage which adjoins the
church is uls-o about llnlshed, and will
lie occupied by the pastor, Rev. I P.
Doty and his family about November J.
The new edlllco takes the place of what
was probably one of the oldest church
buildings in this part of the city, and
known as the Cedar Avenue Methodist
Episcopal church. The ground on which
It stood, at Cherry street and Cedar ave
nue, was purchased some time ago by the
Seranton Rutton company, and at first
the intention was to move the house of
worship to the now site. This plan, how
ever, was abandoned and the old land
mark was recently torn down. Th con
gregation has had no place of worship
since, but it was given out last evening
that services next Sunday would be held
in the new church basement. In the
meantime the various organizations of the
church meet at the pastor's lesidcnce on
Cherry street, where the Blhlu class met
Tlio Iron Workers' union? of North
America, Nos. Ill and ;:il, have joined in a
ball which Is to take place Prlday even
ing. The alfair Is la charce of a com
mittee of South Side workmen, headed by
Foreman Moulder Hugh Parry. Music
hull has been chosen lor the ball.
Preparations are under way for a con
cert to be given under the auspices of
lady members to the new South Scraplcm
parish. The affairs will take place on Oc
tober 2.!, at St. John's hall on Stone ave
nue. The funeral of the infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Wetzel, who died Mon
day night at il.M Irving avenue, y take
place this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Ser
vices will be held at tlio house and Inter
ment will he made In Forest Jl ceme
tery. A well attended meeting of Comet lodge,
Knights of Pythias, was held in Han
man's hull last evening,
All Republicans are urged to be pres
ent at tlio meeting hi Athletic hall this
Miss Julia Uaukwlrtz. of Crown ave
nue, Is visiting friends ill llulfalo.
This week's euchre and social, which
takes place in St. John's hall tomor
row night, will bo in chargo of Miss Nel
Daniel Sullivan and Miss Agnes Coyne
were united 111 marilage yesterday morn
ing at fl o'clock in St, Joseph'', church,
Mlnookn, by Itev. Father Ilea, the pas
tor, The bride was attired In a. beautiful
gown of white nun's veiling and was at
tended by Miss Mary O'Neill. Tlio groom
was attended by Thomas Whin, After
the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was
served at the home of tlio bride. The
couple later left for New York city on a
wedding tour, and will icslde, mi their
return, on South Webster avenue.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Rnlsam is
guaranteed lo cure all coughs. "No cure,
no pay." For sale by all dealers.
Tlio Catholic Mutual Henelit association
met In regular session at S o'clock last
evening In Pharmacy hall, A social ses
sion, fur members only, followed tho
meeting, and a surprise was furnished by
tho committee of arrangements, the even
ing was eujoyebly spent. A pleasing pro
grainnin was provided by vailous mem
bers and during the evening light re
freshments and cigars wcro passed
Tlio Clrcen Khlgo Woman's Christian
Temperance union will meet this after
noon at 3 o'clock at Mrs. .1, S. .Miller's,
1702 Peiiii uvrnuo. It will ho an evangelis
tic mco(lng In charge of Mrs. Miller, su
perintendeut of the department, A cor
dial invitation Is extended to all inter
ested, An entertainment and match social will
bo given by 11. H. Dangham's class of tho
flrcen llidgo Uaptlst Sunday school
Thursday evening. October lit. Tlio en
tertainment will consist of piano and vo
cal solos, recitations and Instrumental
Miss I.iilU; Dolph has returned to Urcen
llidge, ufter spending the summer at
"Conrad Schroedcr Is building a green
house, which will be- equipped with ull
A 000D PAL OF NONSENSE.
About "Blood Purifiers' and "Tonics"
Every drop of hlood, every hone,
nerve nnd .tissue In tho body can he
renewed liybut one way, nnd thnt Is,
from wholesome food- properly digested,
There Is no other wny und tho Idea
that medicine In Itself can purify the
blood or supply new tissues und strong
nerves Is ridiculous und on n par with
tho fol-do-rol Hint dyspepsia or Indiges
tion In n germ disease or thnt other
fallacy, thnt n weak stomach which
refuses to digest food can be made to
do so by Irritating nnd Inllnmlng tho
bowels by pills nnd cnthnrtlcB.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets cure Indi
gestion, sour stomach, gas and bloat
ing after meals, because they furnish
tho digestive principles which weak
stomachs lack, and unless the de
ficiency of pepsin nnd diastase Is sup
plied It In useless to attempt to cure
stomach trouble by the use of "tonics,"
"pills" and "cathartics" which have
absolutely no digestive power, and their
only effect Is to give a temporary
One grain ol tho active principle In
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
.1000 grains of moat, eggs nnd similar
foods, und experiments hnve shown
that they will do this In a glass bottle
ut proper temperature, hut of course
nre much more effective In the stomach.
There Is probably no remedy so uni
versally used as Stuart's Tablets be
cause it is not only the sick and ail
ing, but well people who use them at
every meul to Insure perfect digestion
und assimilation of the food.
People who enjoy fair health take
Stuart's Tablets as regularly ns they
take their meals, because they want to
keep well, prevention Is better than
cure, mid Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
do both: they prevent Indigestion nnd
the remove it where It exists. The
regular use of one or two of them
after meals will demonstrate their merit
nnd etllciency better than any other
the latest Improvements, on the grounds
of bin beautiful Sanderson avenue resi
dence. W. O. fiates and wife, of Ponu avenue,
have returned from I.ako View.
JIIss Gertrude Kelst. of Plttston. Is tlio
guest of Mrs. Bertram McDonald, of
Fire started yesterday afternoon about
: o'clock hi the bouse of John Dougherty,
near the lace works. It was caused by a
defective flue. A still alarm was sent in
to Hmo company No. ", and the blaze was
quickly extinguished. Slight damage was
Mrs. F. R. Roney, of Monsey avenue, is
entertaining her brother, of Sayre, I'a,
Mrs. C. II. Crandell will attend the
Bentley-Gulld wedding at Honesdale to
day. Miss H. R. Reynolds, of Sanderson ave
nue, hns returned from New Bedford,
Miss Stoud, of Athens. Pa., Is the gue-t
of Mrs. C. II. Benjamin.
A large delegation from Asbury Metho
dist Kolseopal church will attend tho
convention, to he held at the Simpson
Methodist Kplscopal church today.
Mrs. George Gibson and daughter, of
Monsey avenue, left for their new home
in Buffalo yesterday.
NORTH SCRANT0N NEWS.
Two Men Held for Court on a Charge
of Highway Robbery Y. W.
C. A. Notes.
John Mollick and George I-eprinskl,
of the Cayuga patch, who were arrest
ed for holding up Ralph Chenuack in
Tripp park Monday evening, were ar
raigned in police court yesterday. Che
nuack was going through a small
woods in the direction of Lloyd street
to visit some friends, when Mollick and
Leprinskl, one with a 32-calibrc revol
ver, and tho other with a 38, came to
wards him and told him to hold up
his hands. They then went through
Chenunck followed them and secured
a number of his countrymen who dis
armed the two highwaymen and held
them until the pollen arrived. Mag
istrate Fkller held them for court.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
A gymnasium class will open In the
Young Women's Christian association
rooms, Thursday evening, Oct. 10, at 7
p. m. Miss Coflln, physical director in
the central city association, will have
charge of the class. Miss ('otlln has
had sufficient experience in gymnasium
work, and comes with the best recom
mendations. All members of the asso
ciation may Join the class for ten cents
a lesson, and till young women may be
come associate members for one dollar
All who wish to enter lite class are
requested to notify the secretary and
be present on that evening.
The North Hnd Stars basket ball
team defeated the Crystals last even
ing by the score of 10 to (1. The game
was uninteresting, as tho opposing
team was picked of several players who
did not understand the game. The
Stars played nn excellent game In bas
ket throwing, but their team work was
poor. James McCluskle played the star
game, tho throw over his head, result
ing In a basket, was the feature of the
evening, The following was the line
up of both sides:
.las. McCluskle, .right forward. ..O. Owens
P. McCluskle.. left forward W. Owens
T. Kvnns center nilrews
Davis -ight guard Davis
Jones left guard Shaniborn
(loulx from the Held wero thrown by ,1,
.McCluskle, P. McCluskle and Davis, of
tho Stars, and D, Owens and Davis of tlio
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
Tho Ladles' Mi.isonary circle of tlio
North Main Avenue Baptist church will
hold their annual meeting Thursday af
ternoon, October l. in Urn Young Wo
men's Christian association parlors, )IS
North Main avenue. All ladles of tho
church are curdlully Invited to ho pies
cut. A regular meeting of wo North Seran
ton Republican club will be held hi their
rooms, on West Market street, Friday
Tho independent orchestra will conduct
one of their annual socials in tho Audi
torium this evening,
P. V, Mcllule,' barber, 1 lead; let
others follow: Shave with tonic, 10cj
ht'.t hair-cut In tho cty,'l5o; children's
hair clipped, 10c ; medicated sea foam, 10c.
John Sklfllngton, professional baso ball
player of Dover. N. J., has returned to
his homo on McDonough avcnini for tho
Mis Harriet Finn, of Providence road,
Alt OIB AtTD WELL-TRIED REMEDT.
, MRB. WINSLOW'S SOOTUINO STRUK
tor children teething. Is the prescription ol
pno of the best fcmala physicians and
burses In tho United States, and haa boeS
Used sixty years with never-fallliig sue,
eess by millions of mothers for their chlU
iren. During the process of teething iti
Julua Is incalculable, R relieves the chllJ
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping In th
towel, and 1 wind-colic. By giving health
lo the child It rests thn mother. Price.
twent-flvt ctau botU. '
There's many men in this city who know it;
there may be some who don't. We continually
write about it in this and other newspapers because
those who do know this hat shop are interested in
the newest shapes. We've already received many
comments on our -large variety of shapes for this Fall
season we expect to receive many mere as the sea
son advances. Are you interested in hat styles that
are exclusive? You'll find many in this department.
Such styles as you would only expect to find in the
exclusive Hat stores of the larger cities. They are
shown here because we firmly believe the well dress
ed men of Seranton appreciate our efforts in securing
the very latest and you'll always find consistent
quality whether you pay $1.50 or $4.00.
who has been visiting lelutlvcs in Bing
hanitoii, has returned home.
Regular meeting of the A. P. S. (oclcty
will bo held this evening in their rooms
on Providence road. All members are re
quested to be present as business of im
portance Is to bo transacted.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. R. Clark, of Noith
Main avenue, and Charles Clark, of Wood
street, returned home last evening from a
two weeks' trip In New York and Wash
ington. The Woman's Christian Temperance
union will meet Thursilny afternoon, Oc
tober 1. at tho home of Mis, Elizabeth
Watklns, of :!u'm Kdna avenue.
A full line of good, heavy, warm
sweaters, Florey & Brooks, 722 and 3.M
Spruce street, opposite court house. "
The Tjlbuno was eagerly sought yes
terday morning for the latest strike news
and great was tho satisfaction expiosscd
by everybody that tlio prospect lor a set
tlement had so suddenly grown bright.
A party of hunters after big game start
for tlio wilds of Columbia county this
morning. The sharpshooters are John
Nichols. Oscar Vast, Dr. !'. W. Winters
and the famous marksman, Harry M.
Spencer. They start with great expecta
tions. The most active temperance workers In
town are the Father Mathew Cadet so
ciety boys. They number about four hun
dred nnd thdr leader, John Hughes near
ly eighty years old, deserves great credit,
for the grand work lie Is doing for tho
cause of sobriety ami ilghteousuess.
AVintry winds window glass at drug
store of j; G. Bone & Son.
Letters remaining unclaimed dining tho
week ending October 11, llin;'. Persons
calling for these letters will please say
advertised: Mr. Leon Hills, No. IliS Given
Rldno hticel: Mrs. Kmumllnc Hariinglon.
Mr. A. P. Met lough, No, ,"Mi .V, ailli St.,
Philadelphia. Pa.; Miss Mcderincd, No.
K"0 Adams avenue, '
11. (i. DI'NNING, jigt'd 8. years, a
brother of A. it. Dunning, of this city,
tiled yesterday morning at his homo In
Oakley, Sii-quehunnu county. The fu
neral service will he held this afteinnon
at L' o'clock, at the resilience, and Inter
ment will lm made tomorrow morning In
in,- 4'muiv pun hi mi' I'.iiiiuursi cemeiery.
Tho remains will be taken to the latter
place on i ho Lackawanna train which
leaves this city at 10.10 a, in.
WILIIHLMINA IIAl'H.SKH, the r.-year-ohl
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
IlitllSher, dietl yesterday at the family
residence, ";W Alder street. Tim funeral
services will take place in St, Mary's
church tmiiorrmv, and niternienl will bo
mudo in the Uerniun Catholic cemetery
at No, 5,
List of letters remaining uncalled for at
the Sertinton. I.i.,i postolllce. October IS.
line. Persons calling for these letters will
please say advertised and give tlato of
list. Kzru II. Hippie, Postmaster.
Miss J. M. Amory, .Mrs. Atldlo Arch
bald, Dr, II. D. Haines, Miss Vivian lliitler.
Allien llooth. Mis. Charles H. Hrown, D.
K. Hell, M. M. Itruwii. Abraham Hesser,
Miss midget Hiirretl. .Miss Laura Itrowu,
Dr. F, T. Hudd, Frauds D. P. Hilsh, Dr.
11. 1), Harties, Wesley lleseeker,
Olivia Carlson. .Miss Juno Cobb. Mrs.
ICIIza Corby. Mr. Copeuhaver, .1. W.
Casey, Carl Councilman, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Penshnm. fhnnor Davis.
Mrs, M. llvaus, W. H. Kdwurds, Charles;
Klsele, lldwlli 1. Kvans, Miss Kmiim
Krksforil, Jennie llstcs, J. Kdwurds l),
formerly of .Montreal.
JIIss Hesslo Fitzgerald, Adam Flicker,
Silas Oilfllu. Sam tlritman, M, Ciabash
nlk. I'at (illroy. Arnold Gross.
Miss Annie I lodge. 1). J. 11)11. Or. C.
Ilutchlns, Fred lliukley. Ihnnia S. 1 luges,
O. 11. Iloaglaiitl, Wiilluco Hopper, Jane
W. It. Jenkins. R. S. Junes J. 11, Jones.
Kilward Kennedy, Marllu Kelley.
Dr. S. C. Lewis. Charles Little, James
Llller. Margaret Long. T. W. Lewis.
William Mullln. Dr. J, Makedelz, Hesslo
Mauley, Mineral Kssay Co., McCanalo
und Thomas. Vision Myers. JIIss Sudlo
McQradic, Samuel Moore, John Martin,
Cora Matthews. Mercantile Clearing
House, Ray McGonawlll (U).
M. Reis, Lessee and Manager.
A. J. Duffy, lluslness Manager.
Two Nights, Wednesday, Thursday, Oct.
.". HI. Matinee Thursday.
Henry W. Savage Presents
Tho Phenomenal Comedy Opera Hit,
IMXLKY .V: LL'DKRS.
lij Comedinnt "U
Daly's New York Tliu
PRICKS-Xight. Sl..'i. ?1.00. Tm. We.. i.ic.
Matinee, Jl.ee. 7.V., ."0e., i.e.
Scats on sale.
Academy of Music
M. Reis, Lessee and Manager.
A. J. Duffy, Uusincss Manager.
Three Nights. Starling Monday, Oct. V:
Matinees Tuesday and Widuesday.
Spectacular Production of Hartley Camp
bell's Immortal Drama,
Til C" A Story
n c of the
H I T E Sunny South.
New Scenery, Novel Klcclrlrnl Kffects.
PRICICS-Miitlncf, i: and '-'.V.
Night, lo, iTi. :;.- and 50c.
Seats on sale.
Three Nights. Starting Thursday, Oct. Jii.
Mnflnrosi l.'ilduv and Satiirilav.
"A FIGHT FOB MILLIONS."
HENRY FARNSWOHTII DIXIE,
Lcsseo and Manager.
WKKK OF OCTOIII'lft IS.
Katbryn Osterman and Co,
The Sniedley Sketch Club
Drawee, the Juggler.
Two performances daily, I'.SO and S.15.
PrteoHin, '.'.", ;t,i and Mc.
Special matlueo pi lees.
Uallery Hcutti, 10 ceuls.
Mr. Nuttall, siipi'ilntendeiil; !). It
.1. P. Oil, Mlxs O'llrh'ii (fit. Mrs. S.
ClIHliy. Ml'H. R It. OMMIp, 1 If. Dili.
U'lillam I'rong tt'o. (. Iltli itegt), Ml.-s
Piiscllla (:. Klin Htreeli.
Mrs. Cai'lle Itozell, .Miss Maine Itourite.
Frank Stewart Uelgart, Jakob Itiiuf.
Porter Sekerly, Mrs. willlum Seiner,
Johanna Supon, lieorgu . Stooksbur.v,
L. Schmidt. Charles Smale tilth Iteg'l).
John II. Sehoeulierger, Joseph Sttiuiallis,
W. II. Slieck, Mrs. .Mary Slniumls.
II. S. Thomson, 1). ,M. Teinpletoii, Mrs.
11. T. TliomiiH, Dudley Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Canipen, The Van
I!. D. Williams, Miss Llswlo Willard,
Mrs. .1. I). Windsor, M. Woruil.
.Mrs. lieorgu Yettor, Mrn. James Young.
Cainlvaln lllasc, Catteriuo itoillghiero,
(Irabielo Zvili.'ila. Oiuseppu ithtoiii.
Wlllin Stralvlnelil, Anna Fyczok, Anton
Pautonskle. Wlccnty Kurczewskl. W'llluin
Piilgkowskl, Adam tiiiorhczyitiskl. Panel
Chliidziensky, FruuelszoU Uutkowsyl.
Peotry Stunlslewskl. Jim llnlkowsky,
Stlfiin Mnraiisliy, .Miss Ani llundzuwlez,
Antoucey Czavleckey, Mike Augufsky.
Antony Ciivnetky, Mali Kalkowskl, An
John Kanutlcs. Frank llrcudiue, Fran,
clszek LlmeJda, Wulsnty Nysz, Kostanty
Wasllak, Matulcl Kubcsiius, Muriitln
l'reskiis, Maryeiuia Strycliarz.
West Seranton Station.
Mrs. M. Hong, Francisco Ceruso. Fran
ces Dean, Carnihui Do Sanlls, .Mrs. Jo
sent (irusllr. Joseph Orossek, Miss Dor
othy Jones. Murrln Korpuslkl. II. Kuugli
it, s. .Madison, Churlvs Recti uj),
V :&S ,
1 THE NEW DISCOVERY
Kern Incandescent fj
J jri ni" i
m ziM-iiz rcini Avenue. n
l PILSNER t
Old 'Phone, 333 1,
New 'Phone, 2935,
Aro always templing, hut
tlioy possess n double attrac
tion when resting In nno of
Iho hanilsoiuo npplo howls for
sale In our Pyrography
Not only Applo Howls hut Desk
and Smoking Sets, Cartl Truye,
In fact anything niakeablu you
will llntl for salo hero.
Don't mistake tho locution,
211 Washington Avenue,
GRIFFIN ART SHOP,
A full line of good, heavy, warm
sweutero. Florey & Drooks, 522 und 52 J
Sjuuce street, opposite court houi,
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