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THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1002.
Veek's Social News
IVin:nT! an- you Being my 1'iettj
W mniar ,
"To tho Countiy dub, kind sir, she iill
"And whnt do ott thete, in pretty
"I'm going u-bowllng. Wml "li" !llt) Slll,1
"Then I 'iiii't niurry on," sadly lie
"I'd lllto to know why'.'' the muhleii
"How Hup will make our hniidi bio.nl,
"Then I uli.in't luml nn nunc,' wept
Whv under the hum a ni"ie man
should 1m wise enough or eMiiivngiiilt
enough to want to clothe his cntlio
company In puiple and line linen, which
being lnterpii'tcil, reiuli slllts and sntlus
and leal laic, pas'-eili the imnpiehen
slon of one wonmu, at least. Wliy u
cheaper made ol the put pie and line
linen could not bo worn by the gracious
pretty eieatloni who walk limns the
stage I" "Jmpiiiilcnec" Is another mys
tory. Hut mi, Mr Krolniuu will not
have tho Indies of his loinpany nn -thing
but .--Ilk lined. U must be a
Kic.it giief lo lilm that he should not
in iku .Mr. FViveishiuii even inoie be.iutl
w'lth the aid of Inset nn il.lllloil" of
Diiehcse. lace and ai'coidloli pie. lllii:
of the rlehe.-t sill..
Tho-e woudeitul row us that evei
body bin .Mr. Fuvu-dinui ii.nl u k
untortun.ite men wore last night, uie
the io.il thing, Simon Pine, "I'l oilman
Pino" as It weie. I'viiy blessed fnH;
I- 1 1 1-E lined even to Hie last .-earn in
the bodice i:eiy one Iris miles of .silk
pleating as an Intel lor Mulsh and tin.
list possible luinU-hlug In I lie il.ilntj
was that only .1 woman (and Mr
riohinan) cm nppieeite. Vim ought to
.see that llul?, peiul.v. K"ld ilies that
Hilda Spring Is gowned In when she
comes nut in that ait. The tost inus.1
hive been tetilliii. Ii N Mr. Ki oil
man's Hoik, be nnl loins It to .Miss
Spnng loi some mhIi ikkIoii us this.
Then thei" is that glmifled ill ess ot
which .Miss Davis weal' lh.it one th it
looks, as if some l.cun.tulo'- Klinen
tlne beauties might h.ue had It in the
beautiful, lien e das of the iciumies
dead. What a ilienin 11 is with the
riunlnt slim t waist and the bioad Mil
of 1,hp liom h"i- lovelv shouldei.3. She
is ihe piettie.st thins that Miss Diis
even when she Isn't il.nl like the
sun In spicudoi. .Sweet and .simple and
unaflecied. just like the tine Amotion
gill .slic Is and Hostonese, too:
Miss Sponpr Is eer so nnieli moie
beautiful than that famous poitiail of
hci by William M. Clinic, the one In
giey. "Jim rid pletuie. wasn't it'.'" .She
Miieiied last night. "Doesn't look a bit
like me does it'.'" And she eimed her
pi city nock in thai fascinating Imglish
W.1V ot licis.
Then there wa de.u old Mi. Smith,
,irr eigliU, think of It, and .sweet
Mrs. Adams .Maude Adams' inothti
all In this, one Mipeib lompany. Their
die.spes were just as riih and hand-
some and so weie tho.se of Miss- i,ewN
and all the otitis. You will si-e them
today for your-elf l sine, to notice
that palest of gieen niolic, einliioliluicil
in emeralds that Miss Lewis wc.us.
These les-plendent gowns aie all in
iharge ot Mi. Hughes who has been
"Mistics oi" the Hobos" tin Mr Ki un
man for ten ycat.s. She s tiit. iiPst In
tills lole in the tin an leal husiiiis-
J!i. Mi. Il.infioljili and .Mis l.,u
dolph enteitaiutd n .sin, ill iiuiipan; ol
fi lends .csteid.iy on the incision of
the clulsti inns ot their lntant son Tin
lillfirstlUK eeienioiiy was pel loi meil b
Mr Itumlolph. The boy was i Jni.-ti ned
!i(.'i.llilind " l!e. "Ml- .Senekri. ol
Wilkes. Mane, lrude a tleer speei !i
Mis. f'.r.idy and Miss Spencer .s.mn.
Last. eveniiiR: .Mr. and Mis. H.iiulolpli
had a few quests in lionoi- of Mif-. ,-".nah
Piocioi llowp and Mrs. Ada Hollluy.s-woith-Watltlns.
of New "Vol k.
Tlie latter is a eiy atliactie jduiik
woman a tonne r ela-.smate of .Mis.
It.iuilolph in ikmton, who i.s to make
mi p'otesslonal debut in co.stume sours
Diceinlier ", at Mendelssohn )mil, .Niw
Voik Last, nlf-lit t-lie sans a Kioup ot
'oloui il souks m instuiue, rollowiiiK
uitii inodei n s-on She lias h wonder
lul sopiano miIk, ihioly culthated, anil
t-nsmsM , ,i sinKul.ir fjlu of e.pio,son,
Tin- iKiiutiful lertory was most fa.s.
clnutliiB in its aitlsiic rifnt.s. AnioiiR
tlio fun.sts iuh Colonel and Mi.s. L. A.
Wanes, Mr. and Mif. II. U, Hejnold.x,
Mis h, i PeuiiMiaikei, Mi, and Ml?.
L. i' D, an, .Mis. t c. von Stou-h, mif.
.1 P. illi l.siin. .Ah.s. Keiett Tollos,
.Misses HeMiolds, Helen Hand. Sponi er,
rinuiKiin. Paike. Lleanor Ueynolds, Di.
Miiu.s, Dr. Woodcoik, Oi. Peck, Me.ssi.s
It. I") Williams-, Y. J. Toney, Meiri
Tlie silks of the Youiik Wonien'.s
riiristian at.-oi lailon, in tho .South
Side branch have been working veiv
hind to lenovate thdr looms, The
Impiovements weie cxtiemely neces
sary. 'J'hi new secietaiy, Mli-.s Mcie-
illth is) eiy popular mid It Is expected
that there will bo Kteal advancement
In the work this year. Theie uie tienv
RynniiiRlUtii classes, a oonkliiff school
and educational uIhshcs In tho .South
Side looms and they will need Homo
unslslanee to poy for nil these needed
ndvanlaKi's. Vov this purposo the kIiIh
have airiitiKed a merles of unteitaln
nientc. Dr. I. ,1. LanHllifr, of (lieen ltlilKe,
Is to open the eouise with "This L'oUlt
Hlilp of Miles Htutidlih,"i on Tuesday
(unln(?, Xuv. J1. All who liuve lieaid
Or. Limilng will know w'hat u tieal
thelo Is in stole for the South Side
Mih. A. i. Twllehell nine u luiuheon
at the Countiy club esterduy. AmoiiK
the KtieHtt weie: Mih. II. It, Iteynolds,
Alls'. II. 1!. Waie, MlM. 0. S. Stlll'ta"-,
Mis. ii. j, ttruii, jr., Mi.s. Kdwiiul
I'Vankllu, Mi.s. Albeit Waton Mi.s.
Clnionce Sim ki. Mis. Jaini.s (laidnor
Handel son, .Mrs-. Lveietl To Ik"', Mis.
l' V. KluitK, Mis. T. C. Vou Stoich,
Mls Clink, of OI.IIIKC N. J.i Miss
llowaid, .Miss I'oote. .MIfs Linen, the
Misses Arclibald, Mlsji Anile liallil,
.Miss Dale, Miss "Matthews, Miss Anna
Arclibald, Miss Kleanor Iteyuolds", Miss
Di and .Mis StuiRf hud a dellMhUill
"at liome," day and eenlnq, on Tues
diiv A lai e number of KiluUs weie
eiitel tallied. .Mr.-'. K S. IS ml fro V as
sisted In leu'iviui,'. Mls.s Stuart and
Mls.s lKaven, ol Tut onto; Miss- Hko,
.Mis-s Jones, ol tills cltv, tisssttl in the
Dr. and Mif. I'". O. Ciutes. who liuve
been the Kiicsts of Mr. and Mrs. W. IL
RlLlimond, at Ilkliinonil Hill, sailed
this week lor Constantinople. Dr.
tlatt Is ki'-piL'slilenL ot Holiert tol
leKe with which Miles Hand was cou
nt e ted as u piufesoi for some time,
and is one ot the most Intel estlin? of
educational I list i tut Ions.
.Mr. and Mis. i;. n. Chase b,ie taktu
up their icsidenea in Woicehter, Muss.,
wlieie Mi. Cluise has .seciutd a most
taken poMiiou with a vast manufactur
Inuf enteipilsc, wlieie lie will fill a re
sponsible place. Their depaituie is
di ply leKi-etted in this city whole Mi.
Chase lias spent all his lire and wheie
ids wife, who has In en here but a toin
li nathely shoit lime, is such a f.uoilte.
Mr. and Mis .r.i.i Williams and their
sou aie amontv tlie ninn who have 111 L
ted to Mull. ilo to the iiRiet of life-ion
,isso iates. Thrv aie missed in Him
Paik church pel liap- as much as any
wheie. P.oth hive been valued woik
ei s time for many year.--. Mi. Wil
liams has- bun th trt.isuiei of the
Ladles' ,id s(1(ietv throiiRh most of its
tiibulall'iiis by tlie and other disnsteis.
She lias also been a cheiislied woiker
in tlu J""loienee .Mis-sion and various
other pliil.iiithiOiue oi.inUnllnus,
whoio It is tlillk'iilr to fill her pi ice.
Mr. aim Mis Cleoiw K. Daiimid
have taken up their lesldenee p"rman
entlv In ISufiulo and aie living at t'"
eoine-- ol lV.iy s-titel and Delawaie
iveniie, close to the Milbuin house,
wliei- Piis(int Mi Kinlev died. Their
new home is also neav the icsideiif
of Mi .T J Albiltrht. Tt Is with icRiet
that theii many fi lends in this city
t,ae bltlili n Mr. and Mis. p,ai n.ird
rii(will Mr. Uainatil has been iileii
lilicd with the steel inteiests of this
i itv for inanv yeai.s Mi.s. liainard
mine heie as a beautiful lulde aril has
emit ned heis,lf to a vet v IaiRi iltelt
while she will be s;ie.'itly missed.
Mis Milton l'.lair will g( a linn heim
nevl Thiusilaj, In which a nunibet of
Imitations li.ni- been issued.
Ml. and M Prank Silllmau. jr. and
urn, have l etui in d fioiu Moosic lake
wlieie they .sjieut the summer and have
Viken up Huh- i evidence for the win
ter at the Jet myji.
Mis T. C Von Stouh r,io a tea at
the Home lor the t'Yiendles.s last week
for the old ladles who aie inmates ot
Mi.s. p, .s, Uoiinev Rave a box p.nty
at the Dixie on Tlunsday aftei nnoii.
Anion,' the number weio included
seeial out of town Kiiests.
Mr. Cil.iKcbiook has lnokon the bowl
Inn lecoul nl the Countiy iluh with u
seine of 2J.I,
On Tuei-dav evening, Mi.s. Dr. Pieico
entei tallied the ymint; ladies of her
bible class, at the Penn avenue Hnptist
pitiMiniiKe, on Mlfllln avenue,
Mr. and Mis. Twilchell entei Mined at
dinner at the Country club, Thursday
One of the f eat in cs ne.t week at tho
We Are Flattered ! I
daily, but we want your good opinion along
with the others regarding
the beauty, utility and
price-liberality of these
Corduroys of ours.
FOR SUIT They have no equal, be-
designed and capable of withstanding all the hard
knocks given in business, and street wear or
For the Very Handsome Waist
White Imported Corduroy (so say
authority,) is irreproachably smart.
All colors, best quality, Imported
Corduroy, 24 inches wide, yard
Nleldrum, Scott & Co.,
126 WYOMING AVENUE,
Dlxlf will bo Air. Tomklns' Impei-Bona-tlons.
Thai patltettu entree 'Ilnllim
nketc.li of IiIh Ik one of the best thliiKS
hna-Klmible. Then thete wjll be those
Mm. ti. V. KliiBsbmy riic u lunch
eon at thu Countiy club on Thutwlny.
The letnoMil of the .steel plant tu
Uuft'alo has occasioned many I'tmnpoa
ninontr people who It was supposed
would nlvvayn leinuln In this coin
niunlty. Of then' none will be more
tOKietted than Mr, and Mif, J. H. Mott,
They huvn renin veil to Lebnniin, Pa.
.which to bo siuio Is not ho far away,
but i.s Hither out of the line of Scian
(oii'h visitations Mr. Mott Is pctninii
enlly connected, with Iniite ImliiHtiliil
Mis. .lames P. Dickson was hi town
AIIsh ltutli lliind Is at a boiiidhur ncliool
at (Ireeinvleli. Conn.
Itnyinoiid .Suiiiim.son is at home fiom
Pilneetiui with 11 Hpruliiid tinlile,
lion, ttaliiHhii A, litow, ot Siiviiu luiiiiiii
enmity, was In the clti yesteid.n
Miss CI11I10 II01.111 hi tinned after
.speiidlliK some time In Xew Toik.
MIhh Bostwick, of Montrose, Is the
Kliest of Mini lint 11H, oil Miullsim n venue.
.Caplulll Co"Kloe, of the -N'ewark illy
dete'ctlve foiei, was In the ilt iimt
lion. John It Van, of N01U1 Main
iiveni)e, left tor Philadelphia jistndii
.Mr. Percy P. Piiiie. lepicscnlliiK the
CIioiko K. 1'lcice Co, of Dllllolo. X. V,
Is in tin- city.
.Miss Ciitluiihie Miliown. of llnzleloii
Is IsUIiim: her aunt, Mis. D Walt. Whb
ai'i'. 1,11 .Miilbciiy sticct.
Mid lii-itriule W. L.Midi will ho to
Buffalo lie.st week to upend a lew nii,i
with htr sun, i;. II. T.ynde.
.Mis. J'city Deen and Miss iitn Deell,
of Danville. Pa.,aie the Klie'ls of .Mis.
Wesley 11, Oaiilnu'. oil Qiihu lueniie.
Leo Ciiivshi of Xoitli Lincoln meiiile,
leturueil to I'oulliam coIIohc M'studiiv,
mid will play hi the kmihc .ik.iIiisl Jlnlj
Samuel ANlKfnll. of lilnouisluiiK, lee
pieslilelil and KLliel.il inaniiKer of the
JiliiiimsUum' and Sullivan luiliojil: i.
J. Xeedhain, of Buffalo. tiaellnn fieiKbt
iiKont of tlie I'nion P.u hie iallio.u1; II.
It. Allen, .iirent of the I.aekawaima lull
1011I at BlnKlmmlon, and T. It MeAoy,
li.ivolln!," iiir iiKciit of the L.ukaw.inna
i.iilinail, weio In the eitv ivtuln.
MUX aie such fiholous beings
(specially as ieK,irds be.uds and
moustaches. These p irtieular
attacks) of frivolity arc apt to ovei
lako them any wlieie between tlie ases
of twenty-one and s-eenly-ltve; .some
times even later in life, and few s-cein
to be immune. lliave piottsslonnl
men, business.s men, who aie supposed
to have too liuieli to do for pi imping,
men of the s-edatest tuin of mind, .sud
denly deelop as lleice a elesite for
change in their pcrs-nn.il appeal .nice as
if they weie s-tai tinw foi th in lite
as tliLMtik.il inamiKcis. Why, they
me eveiy bit as, fiiolous as women
who aie dis.satisfled with their allot
ment of hair and dimples nnd set out to
bleach the one and .iiqulie the oilier.
Homo men who li.no unin uioti-stache-,
for e.ns and suddenly appear
witli smooth shaven coiintenanie.s, look
posit 1 veiv immodest. Later, after ou
Slow ued to their changed appeal -aiu
e. utt don't mind it so much, but
you inner quite fjel ener that Hist
shock-, when you thought a bold
naughty actor was attempting to speak
to ou in a friendly fashion on tlie
It is odd that men don't .seem to
mind if their fiionds cut them when
they meet, because of their uuiecogni.
ablllty. They go along chuckling to
theinsehcs as- if it pleased them when
iinv oilier time they would be as mad
as hops if they weie passed by an ac
quaintance without speaking. Men
who ically haven't an ambition to at
11. ict attention under ordinal y cliciun
staiiLes too: funpv isn't it?
It Is seldom that vou will find a
wife who Is pleased when her husband
shaves off his nioustnche. Sometimes
I think lie does It as a soit of a bluff
to piove to the world that his wife is
"boss" in inline only. Almost Imnri
ably she makes a row about it. Tlie
sixe of the row .depends upon tlie
If you notice it, nobody ever an
nounces to ills wife that he Is going
to shavo olf his moustache. He simply
goes and does It. He knows If once
.she suspected his Intentions, she would
manage to ciioumveiu him in some
way, even If it had to be with an in
junction on the limbers. So in a
moment of bi.ivado he goes otf and
does the deed. Usually it Is when his
wife is away on a visit or he Is out
of town. Somehow he never would
get the courage to stmt down the
stieet, like n nice Innocent boy with
the best of Intentions and come home
shaven and shorn. If she weie light on
Distance lends enchantment to a
wife's tiowns as well as her sinllis.
Somehow the trowns, one hundrul and
llfty miles away, seem a little dimmed
by the soft-conl haze, Just us liur ces
seem tenderer and her smile sweeter.
A man's nervo ibii't going to desett him
so quickly when he feels tho itasiuiring
ceitiilnty that she will not bo the Hist
perton to gaze upon hlin as he emerges
fiom the barbe-i's chair, and that while
she Is at.'.iy at the seashoio or moun
tains. h'i U.iH a cliaiU'c to giow another
beiu d, If lie finds himself looking too
awfully special ular when smoothly
I know uue wife who mine home,
aftei n mouth's absence, with a he.ut
full of love and a trunk mil or tillls to
further ent-nsivo thu Imagination and
devotion of the lonely spouse who
would bo awaiting her at the station.
It was evening when she ai lived and
she looked in vnln lor the handsome
husband with the illstwicting innus
luche. Sho wan lendy to weep with
disappointment, and Just then she
found hi'isc'ir In the cmbiaie ot a
straugo man, who looked like a com
poj.ite photogiuph "f the gentlemen
who ilgiue in the advertisements of
new physical e.etclse fads eveiy one.
worse tlmn the last. She screamed,
and thete was a sensation on the plat
lonn. Now It so happened that the
shaven and shorn individual hud a d!s
t us to for scenes. He had always taken
pilde in never appealing In a scene of
any tort and In the fact that his photo
graph hail never been In the uews
papeis. The lady continued to scream,
and called for an olllcer. When that
pci&onnge inrived bhe piomptly ordeietl
the arrest of tho protesting gentleman,
who had been holding her fondly In his
"But, May, It is Jonathan, your hus
band!" he plead. "Pon't you know tue,
Health and beauty uio tlie glories of perfect womanhood. "Women
who .sulfur constantly with weakness ieouliar to their sex cannot ic
tain their beauty. Preservation of pretty features and rounded form is
a duty women owe to themselves.
When women are troubled whit irregular, hupprehhed or painful
menstruation, weakness, leueorrhaja, displacement or uleeiation of tho
womb, that healing down feeling, inllanimation of the ovariey, back
ache, bloating (or lint ulence), general debility, indigestion, and nervous
prostration, or are bosel with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness,
lassitude, excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melan
choly, "all gone" and "want-to-bo-left-alone" feelings, blues, and hope
lessness, they should remember there is one tried and true remedy.
Ijj'tlin I, I'inkliam's Vegetable Compound lemoves such troubles.
Case of (his Prominent Chicago WoraatT Should Give Everyone
Confidence in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" Ukak JSlits. Pixkiiam : It affords mo tfreat pleasure, indeed, to add my
testimonial to the great number who are today praising Lydiil 12. Pinlt
Jillin's Aregetiiblo Compound. Three years, ago I broke down from ex
cessive physical ami mental strain. 1 was unable to
secure nroiier vest, also lost mv atmc.tite.. und I became so
. Je9&3SbmxB$L nervous nnd irritable too that xuy friends trcmblcd.nnd
I waa irtiablo to attend to my work. Our physician pre
scribed for me, but as I iid not seem to improve, t was
advised to jjo away. I could neither spare the time nor
money, and was very muck worried when, fortunately,
one of my elu) friends called. She told me how she had
been ourcd of ovarian troubles, and how like my .symp
toms were to hois, seven bottles of your medicine eurctl
her, and nlie insisted that I take some.
" X did so, and am (flail that 1 followed her
advice. Within six weeks I was a different
womun, strong und robust in health, and have
been so ever since.
" A number o mv friends who have been
troubled with ailments peculiar to our sex
have taken your compound, and have also been
neatly Denotitcct." jmiss j-ji.izauktu daxkt.
270 Loomis St., Chicago, 111. President of the St. Ruth's Court, Order of For
"What, is loft fortbe women of America, after leading such letters
as wc publish, but to believe. Don't some of you who are sick and miser
able feel how wicked you are to remain so, making life a burden for
yourself and your Mends, when a cure is easily and inexpensively
iht . 'j?fjm&22m.
obtained : Don't you think it woultt pay to drop some or your old
pieiudiees and "Try Ijyrlisi 15. Pinklinm's Vegetable! Compound,
which is better than all the doctors for eurcs ? " Surely the experience
of hundreds of thousands of women, whom the Compound has ciued,
should convince all women.
Follow the lecord of this modicine, and remember that these cures
of thousands of women whoso letters are constantly printed in this
paper Wer.o not brought about by "something else," but by Jjydia J2.
Pinklmiu's Vegetable Compound, tho great "Woman's Kemedy for
Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a
hundred thousand times, for thcyget what they want a euro. Moral
stick to tho modicine that you know is tho Best. Write to Mis.
Piukham for advice.
FORFEIT I' wociiinot fnrllenlth produce tlio original lotter anil signature of
abuu U3liuiuul.ll, which will proo its iihioluto qenulnerieis.
LydU U. 1'iukliaiu JUodlolno Co., .ynn, Mosa.
my own wife0 Kor heaven's s.ilte, let
up on that yelling and come home, out
ot tills mob. To think you should, be
inakiiipr such a spectacle as this:" he
Hut the lady lit the blue diess con
tinued, to Insls5t that she neer knew
the man who was .mnuyliifr her, and it
was not until somebody who recosnlzed
him came forwaid and lent bis kind
assistance, that the complication was
"I don't believe that Jonathan will
ever shave off his moutaclie aprain,"
conllded the lady to a fiiend.
"But didn't you le.illy know liini'.'"
quelled the fiiend.
"That's, what Is woriyint; Jonathan
yet," lejillud the wile, with ait enlK
nintleal ainlle, "and it was tin ve.us
A ceitaln ladjt who has alway? be
lieved her husband to be possessed of
sensible, stuidy Units of character that
would invaiuibly lead him to tlie avoid
ance, of anything appro, ichlns levity of
i oviduct, was luexpicsslbly hoi rilled not
loni; njro, to lime hlin Kieet her home
ruining 'with only a Kay moustache
ailoriilnir his l-iiKe, Heietofoie he
had woin a neatly ti limned beaid,
They haw a ki'owii up liuuily and
Krnudchlldieu ami this yauiiK-old
Kraudiuaiuina was scandalized beyond
word?. She lias hair that kinks Into
bccoinlns wnes which only dlseieet
biushliiK keeps I'lom breaking: out Into
a i lot of cuiIh, still blown and fot't.
The next evenhiff my lady appeal ed
nriajed for a dliinei, wltli her abuu
dnnt hair done In nuK such as she
woie In glilhuod, over hei plump
should! t.s. The husband was illsmued
Ilt reinenibeied hei, u beautiful girl,
with the shining cm I.s waving about
her nee I;. Shu woio them tonight tied
with the blue iIIjIkiiih of eniller il.ivn
and to hlin she seemed as the girl he
had won In the spring of thelt luippy
lives. Hut somehow ho did nut just
like to go out to u dinner with n
Hint! only Wile whose cutis lightly
threadul with grnj, bnblnil Jnluttlug.
ly In his face. It was to be a swtll
dinner and Nettie Jane looked pink
and pietty und young but he caught
sight of their two faces in the mantel
lllll'iot Ills nioustnche (Milled up blithe
ly at the ends It used to droop modest
ly; her i tills fell about her face. "I'll
let it glow lomorum, Xcttlo Jane!"
he leniaiked slowly, "Hadn't Vou bet
ter lis your hair as you've been doing
fur the past thlity j ears'.'"
.Saucy I k ..
MORE DONATIONS RECEIVED,
Acknowledged by the Manngeis of
the Home for tluFilendless.
The cash donations on Donation day
at tlie Home tor the Kileiulless amount
ed to $717. -15, a laigor sum than was eyer
beloie unitized on a similar oicusioii,
Tho coulilbiitious of piovlslous, fiult
anil vegetables weto also in excess of
pievlous yeais. The end of the bcue
llts bus not yet been i cached, tor nest
Tuesday afternoon the Home family, to
the number ot llfty all that me ublo
to go will bee the elephants at the
Dixie, thiough tho kindness oC Jlessis.
Dixie and Sisson.
The mauageis of the Home acknowl
edge with giatitude the great sener
oslty of many friends, among whom
aie the following: Mrs. F. H. Paull,
barrel Hour; Mrs. F. M. Spencer, fiuit,
cake; Scranton Uicycle club, magii
idnes; llrs. Bainey, two coats; Mis. F.
S. Clodfrey, pumpkin pies; A Fiiend,
bag of apples; Mrs, (J. D. Sanderson,
quantity potatoes, ci ackers and canned
corn; Mrs, Josephine Onriison, two
quilts; Green Itldge Women's Christian
Temperance union, canned fiuit, jelly,
(lowers, reading mattei ; Mis. James
Howell, copy St. John's Gospel lor each
old lady, one wool jacket; Mrs. Charles
Fuller Conn, clothing; Mis, William
Illogg, nurseiy clothing; Tiadeis' Coal
company, b.mel npples; W. U. Miller.
Moscow, bairel apples; Miss Susan
Dickinson, bushel apples; Mis. W. P.
Kennedy, cookies; Mis. II. U. Crane,
liult, ceieul, lending matter; Miss Ites-
sle Slieier, grapes, ciab-apples; Kmll
lkiuii, ban el (lout ; Hew F. S. Hallen
tlne, reading nuitter; W. W. Scranton,
pe.us; C. S, Woolwoitli, bairel pota
toes; Mrs. Paull, bus-hol grapes; Mis.
Thomas H. Jones, fiult and cakes; Mis.
Mary J. Tvler, two baskets giapes,
Other Donation day gifts: Mrs. I.. K.
Haitlngton, a blind lady, knitted ouo
dozen palts of mittens for the clilldtcn;
Mrs. II. II, Crane, leieals, ciilineil
fiult; Mis, WIUIiuii J. Ikown, Dalton,
bairel upples; Mis. Fiederlc Price,
iiutiutlty silk ami satin pieces for quilt;
Mis. II. 11, Paine, bag of Hour; .Mrs. 11.
L, Foster, reading matter; T. Fellows
Mason; box of soap; Oenter & .eldler,
htfc of soap; .Mis, llussel J. I'eil;, ileo
Additional cash donations weie: Mrs,
II. M. Holes, $10; Mis. 1,. M. .Mill vine.
$10; .Miss, Anna Hunt AVolles, SI!; Mrs,
Finnk i:. Plutt, $"; Thninas k, Jones,
DevMMts weio fuiulshed bv .Mis. D,
H. Taylor und Mrs, W, T. Smith; the
t'ousutiiei.V lee iiinipauy fiirnlslioil ! e;
Or. New tan, Dr. Illythe Wliytu niul Dr.
llelllinr i olltl lliuteil sul vli es. Mrs. Ulcll-
aid Oslund has jlnuiitid two ctiuiiry
plants: Miss Mo'cl gavi.' ilecoiatlous,
O It. clink coiuiihuie-d sinices on the
FOR THE FLORENCE MISSION.
Donations Aie Acknowledged by the
The iniiniiBCiuent of the Ploreuiu Mis
sion giateiully acknowledge the tollow
Ing donations foi October with thanks:
Marvel's and Pleice's inurkct. vege
tables and ti lilt weekh; Zcidlei's and
Milliner? baker, biead and lulls week
ly; Mis. Dlehl, cupel material, meat,
fat; Mis. 11. I. Simpson, clothlnij, huts
and gloves; W. II. (Jearhuit, meat; Dim
Pail; chinch, bu-ad, butter, sugar,
potatoes, cubb.ige; Mis. W. II. Tajior,
ham, one basket tomatoes, ilothlug,
carpet rags and articles tor luiiimage
s.Ie; draco Hototmed Dpiscopal chuich,
iv veiy geneious donation of fiult and
vegetables; Mrs. Hamilton, rnipct ma
terial; Annuel man Mission Sunday
school, lll'tecn tickets for Dr. Pierce's
lecture, "Rambles Abioad;" Mrs?. Craw-
I" I Pi BLhh
The finest tailored Overcoats and Suits in the city
are shown exclusively here. Our garments have the
style, fit and finish that characterizes the finest custom
clothing. , Look through our stock. You'll find what
you need and at what you expect to pay perhaps at
less than you expect to pay.
. HORAN & SON
324 Lackawanna Avenue
I SI I j j lip! )
The reason why you can
buy a thoroughly good Piano
at this factory at a moderate
price is because we are satis
fied with a fair margin of
Every "KliLLIiR BRoTHriRS"
Piano is built upon the best
known lines of Piano con
struction and of A-1 material
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foul, one toil and ten bundled of ioal;
Jllii Sauileisoii, meat; Mis. II. M.
Doles, meat; Mis. Dr. Dean, diitlilug,
sniiashes, beets; Mr. Joiki, sewing tua
chlnu il.Muus; Miss Mulle, cluthltig:
Mis. KnS, meat, Miss Owens, iloth
lug, Mis, f. V Matthews, one ban el
tipples; Dr. t'laik, ptofesslonal seivlces;
Tilbune, Itepublic.iu and Tiutli, dally;
Consuiiieis' Ice lompany, Icn dally,
I..u.Kinanna dairy, i nil Iv daily, lee
cieam once; Mis. .. I). Stelle, meat;
Mis, William Hanley, lltly sandwkhes
LECTUKE ON "SUCOESS."
Bishop Spauldlng' Will Speak at the
Lyceum, Sunday Night, Nov. 10.
lit. llev. lllshop John l.ancaster
Spauldlng, of Peoiln, 111., member of
tho illbltration commiASion at mesent
llnuulilng Into the causes leading up to
the lucent strike, has um.-eiileil tu de
liver a Inline In the Lyceum, tliealcr
on .Sunday iilglu, No ember 1C, under
the auspliea Oi tlie, Catholic Hisl.oili.il
soile-ty. Ills (opli m11 bo ''Success,"
The pi meeds of the lec-tuie will go
to the House of tile flood hcpheul,
and the seats will be ulil by subscilp
tlon. The I'nthollo l.'limal club will
slug two selections, one befoie and one
after (he leituic. Iilshup Hpauldlug
has a wldt) leputatlon lu tin; West as
a lectiiicr and is in great dcmiuid .on
the platfoiin, but his episcopal liutW
lu-cvent of his giving but very little
time to this Held.
Yesteulay's Maniage licenses.
riiuik's Iliilm Moscow
Adelaide V. Field Hi HicUoiy strett
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