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THE SCRANTON TJUBUNE-SATUHDAY NOVEftlfiEtt 15, 1902.
DO YOU NOTICE
Voxins ehlldten hnvliig n teif
dency to squint can be cured
nnd before having their eVei?
taxed by study, should have them
examined. A child's cyrsdRht la
not fully developed until several
years after the usual school use,
rind every precaution should lie
taken to preserve It, Defects (if
vision In childhood can he over
come. If let run on to maturity these
defects can never he ovFtcomc,
they only can ho relieved.
AsIIbiuhIIc trouble fieiiuelillv
exists without the knowledge of
the person eonccrned, As it mat
ter of fact n very Int'Ro per cent,
of the people have astigmatism
This Is a very harmful defect and
shoutd be attended to bv a com
petent eye specialist.
I am prepared to give you ad
vice In this matter, ronect ail
vice, Night savlntr advice. I am
thoroiiKhly equipped for making
examinations of children's eyes
and will pi escribe (?laseS otfly
where absolutely needed. '
One charge covers the entire
cost of cxnmhmtlon, glasses
DR. B. A. BAER
331 Washington Ave.
taasm scranton. ia mmx&
Coiinly Savings Bank
and Triisf Company,
506 Spruce Street.
Mil's nrt together with her elinlnihiR man
ner win for her hosts of nilnililiiK frlcmls
wherover alio appems.
Philadelphia Orchestra Sale.
The sale of seats for the Philadelphia,
ineheslia conceit to bo idven Tuesday
eveuhiK next Nov, Is, openi at the I,y
cciini lliealer this imiriilni?.
Church Supper Tlntrsdny.
TIm ladles of the, I'eiiu Avenue chuie.1i
will have one of (heir delltihtftil suppers
next Tlimsday evening, which will bo up.
pi opt late to the TlmiiksRlvliift sonson.
A High Howling Score.
MiiN. I'Vliltiian, of the (.'mnbiliili linn ling
tenia, made a seme uf lisil on the Noitii
Heiiinton alleys last iiIrIiI. Tills Is bo
lleveil to hi- the IhirosI Individual seoic
ever made In the city. w
To Consider Bond Ordinance.
A liieetlliR of the llnnilee oouunlttee of
common council will be held on Mnndit)
nlBlit nest rnr the pmpo.se of taklliR ac
tion mi the oidlinilice pmvltllmr lor llio
1siie ot :s,.(iiin win th of builds for city
Women's Auxiliary Meeting.
The twentieth mil. Hal meeting of the
Women's AtiNlllan of the illoeese of
Central I'ennsyhanla will bo held In St.
Iiitke's church nit Wednesday, November
1!'. S'ei.lnns will be hell) al M.M a. in.
anil T. 1.1 i. in. Illshnil J'arli'ldRc, f
I ji pn ii, nml Dbliop .Mann, of China, will
deliver iiiIiIicm-s at the nlRht session.
IS IN GREAT
NEED OF FUNDS
At the Annual Meeting Held Yester
day Mrs. J. L. Crawford, the Pi est
dent, Told of the Financial Embar
rassments of the Past Year and
Called for Help' in the (Brent Woilc
Being Accomplished Many Girls
Are Being Led Into the Ways of
in Sums of
and pays 3 per
L. A. WATRES, President.
0. S. JOHNSON, Vice-Pres.
A. H. CHRISTY, Cashier.
Wm. F TTnllslentl, Tlvnretl W.ineti,
K. P KhiRsbmy, XiiK'ist ljulilnson,
O. S. Johnson .Jim. O'liiion,
L. A. Wati'cs.
Will Pay Portion of Cost.
W. W. Sciiintnti, piesldeut of the
Pciimtoit Clns ami Water inmpmy. bus
nuiecd to p.iy une-Uilid of the cii-t of put
ting the IJnst .Moiintulii ni.id In Rood re
pair mid 10 pay the coit of Keeping It 111
lepnlr for thice jeais providing the city
iiRices to pay the other two-thhds. An
Item piovldhiR Jul- the icp.ilr of (his stieel
is Inclndi d In the hit; bond iiidtmmi e now
III the band-' of tile iliiuuce louunlllee.
I'loldcnt V. II. Tine.-'ibtle. Vice Pre
dent I!. U. Caldwell, lieiieral Snpi'ilu
tendent T. K. (Mail;. Chief lOimlncer W.
Is. .Mel 'in Mil, Uli colors Hnlier, .Maxwell
and (ii.'iM's, ot the l.achaw.iMia railroad,
weie in tin' tlty a shint time ye.sleiday.
They in lived In .1 speii.il tinln I10111 Itul
talo at .'I o'clock and left .shortly aller-
vnids for New Vnik. Vice I'rcshlont II
II, l.iinmli was not with the p.iit.v. lie
icmalned in the cllj to attend the stslons
or the aiithincite stllhu comiiils'.son.
A NEW FIRM.
Drs. John T. Downing- and Virgil A.
Hook Have Formed a Partnership.
The Tribune recently received the fol
lowing iinnouneemeiu: "Dr. John T.
DownliiR and IDr. Vlrsll A. Hook de
sire to announce their forma tion of a
p.irtneiship for tile practice of Oste
opathy. They will, utter November 1,
WOJ, practice together under the film
Is satisfied at our store.
We have extra Inducements to olfer
you. We have Just leceived first ship
ment of New Wall p.iper.s for sprlUR,
lflO: some very choice patterns also a
Inrse assortment of Plctuie frames
to select from. We invite Jim to cull
and see how far your dollar will ro.
Jacobs & Fasoid,
20) Washington Ave.
0 .,. ,..... X'
iney uraw well.
$ Morris' Magnet Cigars S
OTIi" host vaino for .1 cents.
Trv one nml mih will smr.kn
ll l'f le.idloir lnnnils of ."c.
clcnis nt fl V. prr bo::, or r, for 23e.
The l.irjiBst 111lety ot Pipes and
Ti'liaeroa 111 town.
E. C. MORRIS,
Tub Cigar Man
3S3 Washington Avenue.
name of Drs. Downing & Hook, tte
opathle Physicians, and will bo found
every weekday In their olliies, suite yni-
.", Hoard of Tr.ide Huildiny;. Kcr.mton,
Dr. DowiiIhk bus. had a Iiu-rc and suc
cessful pi.-u'tlcc in Scr.iiiton for mote
than two years past, and Informs a Tri
bune repoiter th.it his constantly in
(.lenslufr practice- has rendered assist
ance Imperative, fte Is a Kradimte of
Piinceton university, and of the Na
tional School of Ostiopnthy, Kansas
City, Jin,, and post-graduate of the At
lantic School of Osteopathy, and Is one
ol the very fmemost exponents of the
Dr. J look Is a Ki-aduate of the Ameri
can School of Osteopathy, Klrksvllie,
Ho.. imiUr the fouiukr of the science,
The annual meeting of the board of
inaniiKers of the Kloience mission was
held yesterday at the 'home on Harri
son avenue, and was largely attended
by 11 number Interested In the work, not
only from this city but Horn I'lttston
mid Caibondale as well.
The following olllceis weie unani
mously elected: Honorary president,
.Mrs. Thomas Dickson; piesldeut, Mrs.
J. I.. Ci'ii vf oul; first vice-president,
.Mrs. A. D. Htelle; second vice-president,
.Miss Jennie Iteynolds; refolding
secretary, .Mrs. W. S. Dlclil; correspond
ing secietury, .Mrs. (i. Edgar Dean;
tieasurer, JIIss I K. Huniiah.
The annual report was presented by
JIis. J. U Crawford, the lircsldelit. She
inferred at some length to the retire
ment of Miss Robinson, the matron,
and the appointment of Mrs. rjnrdncr
In her stead. The latter, she said, gles
every promise of Oiling the position 11s
acceptably as did Miss Robinson. She
said that all the girls who have been
released fiom the home are doing well
and seemed to have been turned into
the- paths of righteousness.
Mrs. Ciuwford said that It has been
found Inexpedient to release some ot
the girls at the end of two years. One
young girl of M, who Is now at the
mission, has been Indentured to the
management until she reaches the age
of '21. She leferred to some of the eIiIs
who have been rescued from 11 state of
almost total depravity and who have
turned out to be the most promising
The financial embarrassment which
the management felt at certain limes
during (he year was referred to, and
the assistance rendered in an hour of
need by .Mrs. Tlmbernian-Handolpb was
gratefully acknowledged. The girls at
the home at the present time are being
taught sewing and curpet-weaving,
Mrs. Crawford said, and are thus being
grounded In habits of industry.
"Dear friends," said Mis. Crawford.
In conclusion, "we need not merely your
money, but your help and your actual
personal woik. Will you not come with
us and help do the woik of the Master,
for we think he has left this for us to
do. The time Is mj short that we must
stir ourselves and be up and doing
while the opportunity Is before us."
The urgent need of funds Tor carrying
on the work or the home was generally
discussed at the meeting, and it was
the unanimous opinion that 11 direct
appeal to the charitable people of the
cily should be made. The next few
dtijs will be recognized as general
donation days at the home, and con
tilbutions or money and provisions will
be thankfully received.
Of ft Now Catarrh due.
A huge and constantly Inci easing
majority ot the American people are
catarrh sufferers. This Is not entirely
the lesult of our changeable climate,
hut because modem Investigation has
clearly proven that ninny diseases,
known by other mimes, are really ca
tarrh, conneily the, name catarrh was
applied almost exclusively to the com
mon nasal catarrh, hut the throat,
stomach, liver, bladder, kidneys and
Intestines are subject to catarrhal dis
eases as well as the nasal passages.
In fact, wherever theie Is mucous
membrane there Is it feeding ground for
The usual remedies, Inhalers, sprays,
douches or powders have been practic
ally falluies, as far as anything more
thnn temporary tellef was concerned,
because they simply dry up the mucous
secretions, without having the remotest
effect-upon the blood and liver, which
irre the real sources of catarrhal dis
eases. ft has been known for some years
that the radical cure ot catarrh could
never'come from local applications, but
from an Internal remedy, acting on the
blood and expelling the catarrhal poison
from the system.
A new Internal preparation which has
been on the mnrket only a short time,
nns met with remarkable success as a
genuine radical cure for catarrh.
It may be found In any drug store,
sold under the name of Stuart's Catarrh
Tablets, large pleasant tasting lozenges,
composed principally or antiseptic in
gredients, Wood-root, Red Gum and
similar catarrh specifics.
Dr. AInslee in snenklnir of the new
catarrh cute says: "I have tried the
new catarrh remedy, Stuart's Catarrh
Tablets, upon thirty or forty patients
with remarkable satisfactory results.
They clear the head and throat more
effectually and lastingly than any
(louche or inhaler that I have ever
seen and although they are what Is
called a patent medicine and sold by
druggists, I do not hesitate to recom
mend them as I know them to be free
from cocaine and opiates, and that
even a child may use them with entire
Any sufferer from nasal catarrh.
tnroat or bronchial trouble, catarrh of
the stomach, liver or bladder will find
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets remurkably
effective, pleasant and convenient, and
your druggist will tell you they are
absolutely free from any Injurious drug.
ety, nnd the proceeds will bo for the
benefit ot the Home of the Good Shep
herd. The bishop's recognized stnnd
lug as perhaps the most accomplished
of living American essayists, and his
recpgnlacd ability ns a lecturer, Will
undoubtedly assuie 11 large ntlcndance.
The Catholic) Choral society will render
two numbers, accompanied by ihuier'a
Mr. Pennington will give his eighth
lilaunforto "Interpretation r.eson" tlec-ture-rcel(al)
this morning In St. f.tike's
Parish House auditorium. Over one hun
dred piano students are on regular at
tendance nt theso recitals, and the In
terest continues unabated. The pio
gramme which Mr. Pennington will piny
Is as follows:
Sonata In C. minor. Opiu in,...1!eothoven
Orave mollo ullegio.
Songs Without Words Mendelssohn
(Nos. 1. 2, n and '4.)
Impromptu In II lint major, opus Ul
(theme and vmliitlons) Schuheit
Prelude In D flat, opus 'JS, No. 1.'. .Chopin
Mazurka In H Hal, opus 7, No. 1... Chopin
Mazurka In '. minor, Opus 7, Nn. 3
In train service on the Delaware and
Hudson, tuklug effect Sunday, Novem
ber ll!. Time-table showing changes can
be bnd nt local agents, Saturday, November-
Green and wax beans, cauliflower,
lettuce, radishes, new onions and com
plete line of vegetables, turkeys, ducks,
chickens, etc. The Pierce Co.,
110 to HI Penn avenue.
Money to Loan.
If You. Are
In a Hurry
Call on Us.
Are you In need of money?
Wo loan any amount from $10 up, on
household goods, pianos.
The goods remain In your possession.
Money In your hands two hours; after
Loans made for 0110 month or one
year, and tit mntiulty loan can bo ex
tended without additional cost.
No extra charges for papers. Pay
ments can he made on Instalment
plan; so much per week or per month,
We deal honestly nnd fairly with al).
Come In and tnllc It over or send for
ono of our confidential agents.
THERE IS NO EXPENSE
to you unless we make the loan. We do business on a plan to make
friends. Once a friend, always a friend, and friends upbuild any
one's business. You can have any amount here from $10 up on
household goods and personal effects. Easy payment plan.
IS SHE AT HARVARD
OR IN THIS CITY
Wide Difference of Opinion as to the
Whereabouts of Carrie Nation,
the Saloon Wrecker.
Ladies' Fine Kid Button
$2.50 Shoes at $1.49.
Ladies' Box Calf $2.00 and
$2.50 Shoes at $1.49 and
Ladies' Dongola Button
and Lace $1.50 Shoes at 97c
TODAY'S FOOT BALI, GAME.
Be One of the Greatest
Played This Season.
One of the greatest foot ball games of
the season will be played at Athletic
park this afternoon, between St. Thomas
I'ollefje team and the Tunkhannock
learn. The Jlue-up follows:
St. Thomas. Tunhbumiock.
All the Latest
'The Spenders" Wilson
'IUchnid aoulon'" Black
EnR'le Blood" Creolmr.n
Tlio lUilllonaiicss" R.iinh
"Tjie Whirlwind" Huhes
"Judith's Garden" Bassett
''The-Gnbo of the Kiss". , . .Harding
"The Errand Boy of Andrew
407 Spruce Street 4.3
F. I Ton ley...
la rd Ins
OTonlo u-apu... .full-back Cotlin
MeC.-uui quarter-buck... Hchnet-ke
SuhMltules for at. Thomas C Muiphy,
tllgsins, JIniil.v, Oihey and Convely.
SiilHlltnti's for TunMl.imiock C. A. Lit
tle and Reynolds.
TO HAVE ITS OWN BUILDING.
In and About
Boaid of Trade Meeting',
lijojmaid ot ir.ulf will met in uvular
session next Monday 11 1 mum.
John Bone Injured.
Jithn Hone, employed at the I'luu Hum);
mint'. Miiulncd 11 fraciiuid cimieiu
whlju at woik yesu-iday.
- Verdict for Bennett.
The Jmy in tho cum of I'cKr lleimett
iRalnst John Williams yesteidny il
lumed a verdict of V, hi favor of he
Oreeted by Immense Audionces,
Miss c:ota Morils Ciilfihi. who has bsen
tntcrtaliilns Iraiiii'iim nudlenuuu In Is'yw
Jersey and I'omisylvunlu. bus letiirned to
u-i- homo on Summit uyenue. MUs Uiif-
nn vinou. a unou.
Dr. A T. Still. Or Hook Is one of the
pioneer osteopathics In I'l unsylvania,
beliiu tint second one to locale In this
state, lie bus been tin- piesldeut of tho
Atlantic School of fNieopnthy, at
WHlses-Pmrre, since Its found. illou until
he recently left that Institution to eu
RUBit in piivale practice with Dr.
Both of these gentlemen beliiff of the
coiisei'vallve, com-clrnllous type of os
teopathic physicians, ami both imvlnt,"
enjoyed remarkably successful results
! In their Individual piacilces for a milli
ner ot yt-.ii, their combined elforts
hlmuld Insure to Siranioii mm of tho
very last osteopathic Institutions In the.
country. Their suite of rooms In the
1 Join 11 of Trade liulldluB Js very haud
wmu'ly appointed, and their many
friends wish iheui success,
IMMENSE FREIGHT TRAFFIC,
Largest in the History of the Lack
Th) transportation of fiehjht and
( oul oyer the Lackawanna railroad
Mace ihu 1 lial strlko was declared off
has beep the largest 111 the history of
the company, and the woik has been
handled without delay or accident,
Tho company is moving a thousand
cm loads uf freight and coal euat, and
a thousand west from ricrunton every
All this In addition to the Immense
amount of nassencer hnslmm ihni u
I being handled.
The Youmr Women's Christian asso
ciation Is to have a building1 of Its oami.
A meeting of the management and the
udvlf-ory board was held on Thursday
and definite plans were made for a sys
tematic raising of funds.
One of tho chief objects Is the estab
lishing of a boarding' home wheie self
supporting young women may be com
foi table. Theie Is urgent need for
Mich a place In this city where so many
girls ate living without homes.
According to telegraphic dispatches,
Carrie Nation, home defender, wa,s at
Hnivnrd institute yesterday, yet .she
was generally believed to be In this
city and many persons asserted posi
tively that they saw her here.
A woman answering her genet. il de
scrip! Ion was In O'Connor & Walsh's
saloon on Lackawanna avenue yester
day morning asking for the proprietor
and was later seen in a Penn avenue
saloon -where she was trying to locate
the man who ran the place.
David Jenkins, general delivery clerk
at the postoflice, asserts that a middle
aged woman asked for Carrie Nation's
mall at bis window yesterday morning
and several per.sons who had seen the
saloon smasher in tho west said they
saw her about the streets.
The most leasonable explanation
would seem to be that her double is in
SCBIIOIJ LOAN GUARANTY CO.
Near Corner Spruce Street.
Taken Care of
of stringency or
well as in easy
your business or
COMMISSION TO ATTEND.
Will Hear Bishop Spalding Lecture
itt. Rev. Bishop j. 1.. Spalding's
fellow-members of the arbitration com
mission will attend his lecture on "Suc
cess," at the Lyceum theatre tonight,
and will occupy Boxes A and C.
The lecture will be aiven under the
auspices of the Catholic Historical socl-
Men's .Patent Leather
Hand Sewed $3.00 Shoes at
Men's Winter Russet Lea
ther Liued $2.50 Shoes at
Men's Light and Heavy
$i.jo Shoes, only 97c.
personal account is with the
Third National Bank,
JJ8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa.
3 Per Cent, Interest paicl on Savings Accounts, whether
large or small. Accounts can be openedby mail,
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS 7:30 TO 8:30.
KING OF LOW PRICES
307 Lacka. Ave.
D., L. & W. BOARD.
Following Is the make-up of tha
Delaware, Lachuvanna and Western
board for today:
FRIDAY, NOV. II.
I.'.nUiih llu.t ( p. in., I'oslur; 7 p. m.,
Laliiir; i p. m Rorcis: p. m,, Dunn;
10.13 p. in., Shisi'i'i 12 p. m.. Abrams
S-'i.'inmlis-i: ii. m., .T, llenlgnn (east);
S p. in , Thumpi-ou (west).
Ilxtras Wi-ht 6 p, m., Hcuiilon; tl p. in.,
SATl'RDAY, NOV. IB.
Summits-" a. in., rioiuitVIUer iwest);
8 u. m., CmilBB (cist); U u. m Nichols
(west); 1 p, in.. Cloldeii (west); 2 p. m.,
M.(!lnley (ensu; I.e. p. ni J. J, Mtuiaj
leant). I'lishi'is-S.Bii it, in., L Decker (west); 7
a. in., Wliluer (west); J it, nt., Klnnerty
(west); S u. m., Ilnuser (east); 11.15 n. m.,
Jloiau (east); 1 p, in., A. J, McDonnell
(west); 7.::o p. m., Muiphy (tust); 9 p. m.,
V, II. Iliirtbolomew (cast),
Ilelpei-1 ii. m., Slugoveni; 7 a. m.,
Clnffney; lo a. in., Secor; 3.13 p, m , titan
ton. IMrns YVst-Tlilid 3), Klngsley; n a.
in., Ketcluimi 11 ii, in., Leonard; 1 p. m
Joint (liiluigiiu (Hullbteiid); 2 p. m.,
lb own; i p. m., DeiuiH.
SI Saturday Sales Are S
?! Popular at flcConnell's
J5 The Bargain List is exceptionally good this week, but Just let
J us say a word on Rain Proof Coats.
Tlio only complete line In Scranton Is
In our Cloak Department. New styles
opened for the tlrst tlmo this week now on
view. There Is no more useful gannent
inatlo for ladies' wear. In rain, storm or
shine It may bo woiu to advantage. Soma
of tlio new styles are heavy enough for
protection against the coldest weather.
All are stylish and smart.
Weights from Zephyr to Heavy.
Prices $10.00 to $25.00 Each.
Those New Suits
and Coat Styles
Came to hand this week. ThevVo botli
nobby and novel and cannot be seen else
where in town.
Just Ask to See the Quaker
Our sale of Quaker Skirts this week is a vital occa
sion in Skirt economy a host of mighty values.
YVI'ITllKRlLl.-.MH.t.AHD-At tha Court
.Street Melboill-u Kpl.scopul pat'honuKG,
Nov. 13, l'H), by Rev. G. t. Lyman, Mr.
U'llUnin !'. Wetlieiill mid .Miss Maud M.
Mlllaul, botb of IVckvllle, I'a. -
Picture if you please a Skirt that looks
like silk, feels like silk and wears ten times
longer and harder than silk. IT'S THE
QUAKER. The one and two dollar bills in
your purse rustle with importance for
these skirts are selling at
Made after the most approved designs
in the same factory, by the same people
and on the same machines as the $15 silk
skirts. Dainty pleatings, tucks and ruffles
Let us mention the price again,
OUR SILK SKIRTS ARE THE TOP
NOTCH OF1 PERFECTON. COME IN
AND SEE THEM.
No such values ever before shown
lies if you want them.
New Near-Seal Coats
Plain and beaver trimmed, elegantly
finished and lined. Kept In repair free of
rliai'RO for two whole seasons. Values
siieb as we offer have never been seen In
gei .niton. Excellent Near Seal Jackets
this city. Cheaper quail-.
fj Hosiery for flen and Women
9c, I2y2c; 15c, 19c.
25c, 37c, 50c, 75c.
There is no other Hosiery or Underwear stock In Scranton that
Mill compare- with ours. We aim to bo the best value givers in this
line, and have succeeded so far.
S HcConnell & Co.
The Satisfactory Store.
400-402 Lackawanna Ave,
Meldrum, Scott & Co.
126 WYOMINB AVENUE.
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luoiinn uniinppi n apaiupt tinnnu nu iinmn v
inauriD luunoGbr Hbrimoi nuntu di Uaiiiii
Ehref s Slag Roofing.
J THE PURE V J
GRAIN COFFEE "
Even children dijnk Grain-O
because they like it and the doc
tors bUy it is good for them. Why
not ? It contains all of tho nourish
ment of tho puro grain and none
of tho poisons of coffee.
TRY IT TO.DAY. T 321 WASHINGTON AWE.
AtBiocT, y,., l5g. . pcaso. 4. ll .il4llll
GUARANTEED in YEARS
WARREN-EH RET CO M PA NY, I
' Original and Exclusive,
PjLUU Is the price.
The Values Are Incomparable.
CONRAD SELLS THEM
At 305 Lackawanna Ave. Green Trading Stamps.