The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, November 29, 1902, Page 5, Image 5
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There will be a Ini-Ro nutnber of boxes directly in the front of the house, whleh will be mi).t desirable, and other plans for the tiini fort and pleasure of the patrons will bu lnaile. The fallowing Is a. partial list of sub scribers and patronesses: Mrs. Thoinan OleUson, Mrs. II. M. Holes, Mrs. i, L. Fuller, Mrs. T. II. Watklns, Mrs. W. V,'. Sumiitou, Mrs. liverotl Warren, Mrs. j. A. Wntres, Mrs. ,T. IletiJ. Dlm inlek, Mrs. J. .1. AVIIllnms. Mrs. James Archbald, Mrs. Henry Uelln, Mrs. 5i-orjti (. Itrooks, Mrs. W. I.. Connell, Mrs. r. S. Weston, Jlrs, I. 15. Powell, Mrs. C. H. Wool worth, Mrs. J. L. Craw ford, Mrs. H. W. KltiKsbury, Mrs. II. H. Ilrtidy. Mrs. (.'. D. Simpson, .Mrs. !:. I Kingsbury, Mrs. Fiances 11. JjIiii mlck, Miss iVirdrllri Kreeman, Mrs. C. dul'olit Urrck. Mrs. Charles F. Ileek wlth, Mis. Theo. .Surreth, Mrs. John T. Wlchards, Mrs. F. ):. Piatt. Mrs. Grant l'clton, Miss S. I.otilso Hiirdenburgh. Mrs. Tlnibormiin-Itandolph. Mrs. J. O. Shepherd, Miss Clnlre Itoynulrts, Alts. Joseph Levy, Mrs. Victor Koeii, Mrs. Alfred Hand, Mrs. F. B. Oodfrey. Mir.. T. K. Jones, Jlrs. (.'. A. Chick. Mr:i. F. j. Peek, Mrs. .1. A. Linen, Mrs. AV. IX Hover. Mrs. ,T. K. MeAnuIty. .Mrs. F. M. Viinilllng. Mrs. It. ,r. Mattliews. Mrs. '. .U Phillips, Mrs. If. F. Dixie, Mip. M. K. MeDonalil, .Mrs. K V. Fleitz, Mrs. ?. II. Welles. Miss Florence Onlnh, Mrs. II. G. Dunham, Mrs. It. W. Arch hulcl, Mrs. If. M. Ives, Mrs. X. Y. l.eet, Sirs. ('.. II. von Stoivh, Mi:-. K. X. W11I :r,d. Mrs. ('. D. Jnnry, Mir. II. ("!, Sh.ifer, Mrs II. M. Kdiwuds. .Mrs. . M. DlcI;son. Mrs. A. J. Connell. Mrs. A. I''. Law, .Mrs. Louis II, Isaacs, Miss Julia Allen, .Mw. Joseph O'llrlen, Mrs. t J. Powell, Mrs. William Kelly, Mrs. Aaron rloltlsmllli, Mrs, P.enjniiiln Sum ter, Mrs. A.J. Casey, Mr. M. 1 Sando, Mrs. Conrad folirocder, Mis, Charles Uobluson, .Mm. Clcorgo Satitlerson, Mrs. II. II. nipple, Mrs. William II, Taylor, .Mrs. J. D, Jones, Mrs. A. U. lllnlr. Mrs. George Howell, Miss Kmellno K. Uleh mond, Mrs. W. J. Hand, Mrs. Llvy H. Hlebnrd, Ml"a Claire lloran, Mrs. Kdnar Connell, Mrs. (leoreu W. Phillips, Miss Florence Klelnnond, Mrs, O, S. aturges, Airs. Clarence II. Hint gen, Mrs. O. n. Penman, Mrs. L. H, Moras, Mis. H. F. Atherton, Mrs. W. D. Kennedy, Mrs. T. J. Foster, Mts. F. i. Parker, Mrs. W. It. McChive, Mrs. It. AL Hcrnnlou, Miss Allls Dale. The I lachclors' ball this year will be the most elaborate and durhnpa the largest In the history or tnl'Su notable functions. It will be held In the ar mory, as it was last year, and arrange ments have been made for better heat ing and Improvements In general. Hol land, of Philadelphia, will cater. Bauer's orchestra of fifty pieces will provide tho music. The decorations will bu oven more lavish than last. year. As usual It will be on New Year, and a very large number of visitors will be la the city with the special purpose of attend ing this beautiful ball. The committee is busy with plans In detail, and there is every indication of tho most enjoy able large affair ever held here. Air. and Airs. Honry AI. Atherton gave' a dinner yesterday to a large parly at their homo in Green Kide. A parly of Scranton people gave a dinner on Thursday at the Waldorf Astoria, when cover.-) were laid for eighteen. Among those who thus celebrated Thanksgiving day were: Air. and Airs. T. II. Wntklns, Alajor and Airs. Everett Warren, Air. and Airs. G. C. Smith, Alias Gladys Watkins. Allss Dorothy Wan-en, Aliss Janet Storrs, Louise Smith and Law Watkins. The bowling alloy is the greatest pos sible attraction at the Country club Just now. Thf-ro was a match on Thanks giving day, when a large number of contestants entcied. 1J. H. Thornu won I the men's cup with- a scowi of 202. Miss Anna Archbntd won tho olher cup with 122. At present tho record slnnds broken by Air. C. F. Conn Willi !35 to I Ills credit, While Allss Anna Archb.tld Is lln champion mining the ladies wllh n score of l'Xi. A band of new women, Unit h', thry nie not all perhaps more than it dorfen yearn old each, tire to havu a little sale, Dt comber !, ut the home of Airs. A. AI. Decker, 619 Jerfersoii uvchiie, for the benefit of Mm Hahnemann hospital, There will be home-made candy, cakes and beautiful fahcy nrtleloB. The sale will begin at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. The eight little mulils In charge are: Allsses Kllzaboth Storrs, Alargaret Con nell, ISllxabcth Jermyn, Alltdted Mar pie, Florence Smith, .Marguerite ear lier, Leila. Coston and Lorcnii I.uttnr. Miss Anne Hand will entertain at n luncheon next Wednesday at the Coun try club, In honor of her guest, Airs, JJlackwell, of Xew York. Allss Kugenla. Alulllns, of Jeft'or.-on avenue, gave a peanut party on Wed nesday night, In honor of her guest, Miss Cluise, of F.nglesmere. A very unuhtial family Blithering as sembled at the home of Air. and Airs. Charles F. Whlttomore, on Jefferson avenue. Thanksgiving day. Besides Air. and Airs. Nathaniel Hnllstend, parents of Alii-. Whltteiiiore, there were present brothers and sisters of Airs. Hallstend who had not met together In thirty five years. A most enjoyable day was spent together. There were present Air. nml Aire. Nathaniel Hallstoad, Air. and Airs. Frank X. Hnllstead, Frank X. Hallstend, Jr., Walter Hallstend. AImi garel Hallstoad, Allss Nellie Kent, Alls. Jane DeWItt, of tills city; Air. Jackson Thneher, or Massachusetts; Air. and Airs. Oren Thacher, of .Montana; Airs. Alary AI. Rudd, of Chicago: Air. and Mrs. James K. L'tley, or Foster. There were an unusual number of theatre parties Thanksgiving night, made up entirely of family groups. Air. and Airs. Walter Alatthews en tertained a family party on Thanks giving day. Mrs. II. 1-1. Brady, Jr., gave a beauti ful luncheon on Wednesday at her homo on Monroe avenue. There were two tables, one In pink, the other In red. Tho guests were: Airs. W. W. Scran ton, Airs. C. S. Weston, Airs. II. C. Shaler. Airs. Frank Bllllman. jr., Airs. A. It. Christy, Mrs. C. D. Simpson, Airs. L. S. Oakford, Airs. W. AI. Dickson, Airs. 13. O. Coursen, Airs. K. L. Fuller, Airs. II. 1!. Ware, Airs. N. O. Ilobert- son. Mrs. li. I', oimpson, jur. r. j-. Piatt, Alrn, It. M, Scrnnton, Airs. Frank lln Hetishaw, Airs, Ct. D. .Murray, Airs. J, S, Lynde, Airs. H. H. Bey nobis, Air. Henry AL Spotry, of Hartronl, Conn., Is visiting his sister, Alls. Uohert M Bcraiitoiii of North Park. Atr. and .Mrs. Meruit ton gave a dinner, foltowed by a theatre party nt tlio Lyceum, Inst evening, and will entertain nt dinner ut the Country club house this evening, Allss Hart, of Knglewnd, N, .T Is the guest of her sister, Airs, Wulnwrlght, on iTcffernon avenue, with whom she spent Thanksgiving. Personal. Ml Knitna Ohnstead is In Xew V'oik. C. Leon Urlllln Is at home, from Stato collece, Atlss Mn Kill re, of Philadelphia, Is the guest of .Mrs. 0, II. Schudt, Air, mid Alrn. A. II. Storrs spent Thanksgiving In New York. Atr. and .Mrs. T. II. Dale have gone for n Western trip, which will include Salt Lake City. Allss Jennie Carroll, of -Madison avenue. Is spending a few days with relatives In Philadelphia. J, 11. Kuriklo, of P.erwluk, spent Thanks giving with Kev. and Mrs. II. A. Kunkle, of 701! 1'hllo street. Air. and Airs. Thomas Archbald tiro tho guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Junius Atcli balil, on Jefferson avenue. Itecorder's Secretary Alnik K. Kdgar and City Solicitor Watson leave today for a few day's limiting In Plko county. Air. and Alls. J. II. Jones, of New York city, were the guests of Prof, and Airs. A. It, Wlillmore on Tlinnk-glving Day. Arthur C. Florey, of LohlKb University, Is spending the Thiinksglvlng vacation ut the home of lite mother on Washington avenue. CSoorgo r:. . Werner, of Lorenz's drug store. Lackawanna avenue, has success fully passed examination as resglstored pharmacist. John Wtllard lltuight, the well-known artist, who lias been occupying n tem porary 'titudlo at t:".! Connell building, will soon leave fur his permanent apart ments on Fifty-ninth street, Xew York. Air. Untight for tho past two or three years has spent a poitlun of tho summer seeking subjects In Northeastern Penn sylvania, where may lie round some of the rnoMt beautiful bits of landscape that ever delighted the painter. Alany of his studies this season were made In the vicinity of Lake Carey, which lias plo ture.s(iip surrounding almost unequalled In tlio state. V IEWS OF A WOMAN 0$$$t.&40 A CTAMDC 1 A yj s I rixflr 7""""ul flonday, Dollar Purchase, Saturday and November 29 and Dec. 1. & O With a ! Wonderful Bargains I In Our Coat Department A Up-to-date garments of the best workmanship, at the price of ordinary goods. Remember, our Coats and Suits are the best obtainable. The latest cut, $ the most stylish, material of the best quality, made by the fiinest workmen; and will be sold at the lowest prices. 4 Coat Department Specials C'hildien's Peter Thompson $7.50 Coals for ?.1.05 Children's Lung Coats ?i.7." up to Sl-.r.O .Misses' Aionte Carlo" Coats made from best Ameri can Kersey, in castor, royal and black, full rip ple baek: nicely tailnr's strapped, full custom work nnlsli: ?12.:,o Coats for $'.i.9." Ladies and misses' natty short Jackets, three-quar- tr length Coats and full length garments: kersey, blind cheviots, montagnnc, zlbalinc, silks and velours. The host display of outer garments ever made in the city. FURS FURS FURS Ladies' Furnishings Chiffon mid Liberty Silk Uuch lioas, a most beau tiful display $1.23 to $10.00 Wrist and Cliatelain Bags and Purses, in morocco, Luvant, Real, Sea Lion and Lizard "uc. to $7.50 PILLOW 1UBHONS, variegated satin stripes, orange, nlle, royal, rose, cardinal, etc 23e PILLOW TOPS, very pretty oil portrait and floral designs ....Hue to $1.00 New Neckwear Stocks of every description, (low ing ends and ties '2', to $2.00 LAD1KS' HAXDKKItCHIKFS, in endless vurlety, plain hemstitched, from lOo to TiOo Dainty embroidered and lace edges iRo to $1,00 Fine Duchess lace $1.00 to $10.00 VKNICK LACK INBKltTION and lace edges :t."i to fide value for i.'io HO to 7ru: vnluo for 50c SPOT NKT VK1 LINOS, shear and gauny, some new work , 2oo to 75o INFANTS' SILK CAPS AND UONNKTS- G0e. 7rn $1.00, $1.!!3 KID flI.OVi:S. Our .Mr. II. U-elasp Kid Gloves are the besl $1,00 vnluo ever produced; tans, browns, reds, greys, black and white, nicely embroidered, GOLF (1LOVKS, new Scotch mixtures and solid colors; heavy double yuru COo GOLF GLOVES, grey, black, red, white; all seam less knitted; 100 dozen; COo vnluo for 33o L1TTLR UF.AUTY COHSF.TS. Another lot placed on sale; 70c, value ,,. ;oo P. X. CONSISTS, our leader In. style, fit and value. Cork clasps. Ask to see them , .51.00 to $3.00 IiADIKB' NIGHT JtOllKS, made from soft, pretty outing tlaunels; made long mid full "5o to $.'.00 MPSLIX UNDKUWKAU, mny stylo Garments, Ciuwns, Skirts, Corset Covers, Drawers, etc. Bargains Dress Goods Bargains ::0e Crilliantlne, yard wide, 1.". shades 19c efte Homespun Skirtings, M-in ,tjc jk Fine Waistlngs, all 73c value 50o & $1.00 plaid back heavy Cheviot Skirtings fi9o ,"0c Illack Moire Skirtings 33c 4fr Iilack Aloire, 40-inch, bright lustre black SOu jT $1.00 Colored Silk Aloire, all shades (i9o VT Plack Taffetn, yard wide 9e A Taffetas, yard wide, sure to wear !)3o 2 Dlack Cashmere Taffetas, extra wide $1.00 Silk Remnants Short pieces of bright fancies nt less than half price. Underwear and Hosiery Hoys' and Girls' X'ast Black Hose lSVio V Boys' and Girls' Black Cat Hose -J5e Alisses' Fine nibbed Hose 23c A Ladles' Fast Illaelc Hose 15c Y Ladies' Fine Black Hose t:5c V Ladles' Alaco Black Hose 2f.c A Ladies' Fancy Hose in great variety. Specials at fc :!5o 33c. 50c, 75c, S3c, $1.00 Clilldren's Fine Fleeced Underwear 13c to 30c Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Underwear sflo w Ladles' Fine Jersey nibbed Underweitr 50o jT .Ladles' Natural Grey Underwear 75c Ladies,' White Wool or Natural Underwear $1,00 a Ladles' Extra Fine Underwear $i-,o Ladles' Union Suits ,'i0c. up to $5.00 Alen's Fast Black Hose, 3 pairs 25o .Men's White Foot Hose iCo Men's Hxtra Fine Hose, black or fancy 25u Men's Dark Fleeced Underwear alio A Alen's Light Fleeced Underwear 3Su Alen's Fancy Fleeced Underwear 50c Alen's Natural Underwear ooc Alen's Jersey Bibbed Underwear jou JT Alen's Heavy Wool Underwear $1.00 v Alen's Light, Flno Wool Underwear $1,00 Alen's Heavy Double Breasted Underwear $1,"; Bargains in Domestics $ 2,500 yards Bates' Seersucker, mill ends ye. V Best Flannelettes, lopks like Frencli Flannel,, ...lSijo Blue Strlpo Seersucker, Se. value r,u jT Polka Dot Duck, for house skirting 7i(.f Percalo Prints, yard Wide , Sc ViViO Fancy Stripe Tucking n 13e Fancy Strlpo Tucking iiii.io Y Vlo Homespun Cotton Skirting So L'5o Fine Scotch Glnghnm Wu lutings , ...121-jo 2uo .Madras, white und black for waists mo So Outlims. Koft and lluff.v '. fii..,. 10c Outings, heavy Ueeced S'be Best Outings, double Uccc-od 0o Dark Outings, fur underskirts , ,.,S'-jo 'JT Good Dark Outings ,.., iju w IXT OF wise women one time got up a "Woman's Bihle;" the one they attrllmtcd to tho work and mirnotes of man not being consid ered as exactly filling the requirements, r don't know what they put in It and I have novcr heard that it has created any convulsions In theological circles, so it was probably as Innocuous as most of the literature framd In tlic Iirnln ot nuHiern femininity, Gertrude Atherton and Lillian Bell always excepted. They might have condensed all their precepts and commandments Into a ver.v short space, not beginning with tho re vered one admonishing purity, gentleness, serenity, patience and mercy, although these could be included later. The precious commandment which should be given to woman Is very brief indeed. It Is simply this: DON'T XAG! One pplgraininiiticnl writer expressed the idea rather succinctly in her advice to a young wife. "My dear, don't nag your husband," she urged, "theirs Is al ways some other woman who won't!" It is not only tlio poor husband who is to be pitied. There are others. They In clude everybody in tlio vicinity of the nagger. One would as soon desire to live in l ho house with a wildcat. She is usual ly the one. who believes complacently that her own duty is never neglected and one of her duties is to remind other people of their -shortcomings. How they love her! How they arc prono to fall on her neck with tears and declare: "Dear Airs. X,, what should we do without you' Who would keep the universe in place if it were not for yon! Wo arc so glad you are alive." Yes, that Is precisely the way they treat a nagger. Huvon'i you noticed it yourself? There are so many ways of nagging. 1 do believe one could iloriso more recipes for it than for making Welsh rurublt. There is the woman who never says a cross word to her husband, but who sweetly and tenderly makes his life a bur den to him by fussing over his comfort worrying as to whether he wore his over shoes or whether ho ate the right things for luncheon, or whether he will remem ber to take his coukIi mixture. The hus band of this sort of a woman ousht to bo absolved from a great many transgres sions in this life and the life everlasting MUSICAL GOSSIP The sueeens of "The Mocking nhd." I lie now production by Sidney Itoscnlcld and A, Baldwin Sloane, now running at the UIJou theater, New Vork, In one of the most convincing Indications' that there Is a return of uenllmcnt In favor' of the old tlmo comic opera, where a pleasing story and tuneful miislu take the place of the slnp-stlck and celtor bottle, as features of amusement and Intel est. The most surprising element In the opera In which Mnbelln Ullmnti has achieved such a success Is the delightful mtislo by A, Baldwin flloano, which Is tho nearest up proach to the Ideal of anything hoard since the palmy days of Arthur Sul livan. In tho ".Mocking Bird," ..Mr. Slonnc, who has been heretofore known chiefly as tlio writer of Jmrlesuue music and rag-titno songs, delighted his many ndmlrers by entering tin entirely new Held of composition. While Ihe opera Is fraught with cntehy melodies that are the delight of tho whistler, there are many numbers approaching the grand opera that Indicate that tho composer has ca pabilities in the way of handling more ambitious themes than have hitherto been unsuspected. The snecers of "The Atock Ing Bird" will undoubtedly prompt the lending managers to prollt by the hint, nnd It is not unlikely tlint the Gilbert & Sullivan style or opera will ngaln take place or tho inane productions that have been written around tho leading com edians of tlio day. II :i i Tho following Is the musical pro gramme of the annua! Thanksgiving pr.tlso service, at Blm Park church, to morrow evening, under the direction of J. Alfred Pennington, organist and choir master: Organ Grand Chorus In B flnt..Cullmnnt Choir Ant hem. "O God Who Is Llko Brown "Thou Crownest the Booth Behold the Gathered' Florlnl Kzra Connell. Choir Anthem, ".Rejoice in the Lord." Lansing Organ Pastorale in T major... Lemalgre Duet for Soprano and Alto "O. live ly Peace with Plenty Crowned" Handel Airs. Connell and Air. Thomson. Choir-Hymn. "Tho Harvest Will Surely Come" Gelbel The following .musical selections will bo rendered at tho' morning sen-Ice: Organ Preludo In C Smart Choir Anthem, "The King of Love Aly Shepherd Is" Shelly Organ Offertory In I) flat Gullmant Choir-Anthem, "I Will Alngnlfy Thee" Be. d Organ Postludo in 11 major.. ..Gladstone Kim Park Choir Atrs. Rzra Connell, soprano; Airs. Lenore Thomson, contral to; Airs. Alfred Wooler, tenor; Air. Philip Warren, bass. II II i Air. Pennington will play the following programme In his pianoforte "Intcrp'reta tion Lesson." which will be given this morning to students, in St. Luke's Par ish house: Twelve Variations on a Russian Thome Beethoven Impromptu in A minor. Op. 7. Xo. 1, Philip Seharwcnka Xbctumo In G minor. Op. 13, Xo. 3, Chopin Silhouette. Op. S, Xo. 12 Dvorak Valso Impromptu. Op. 32. Xo. 2. Bruno Oscar Klein Free Medical ,, ., Advice to Women. All lettem w, v; 'Oj ivs'i Kf. Ni Unto Thee" Choir Anthem, Tcnr" Soprano Solo" Harvest" ... Atrs. j&reJtrieth Confidentii In Linens, Bed Spreads, Cantons, Shakers, Muslins, Gingham Etc. t IWIil Cut Out This Coupon Present at our office, purchase Si.oo worth of goods or more and you will receive 30 stamps. Nov, 29-Dec. i AlEARS & MAQEN. Mears & Hagen 415 and 417 Lackawanna Ave Then there is the one who nags a man about the condition of his affections and whether ho loves her Just precisely as much as he did last week at twenty min utes past seven o'clock in tlio evening; a "Altirnu" son of woman, who, when he finally takes to tin morphine habit or to a better world, Is sure to have her choice of any number of other really excellent men, well adapted to martyrdom. The only more uncomfortable woman to live with than tho "sweet" nagger is the one who alms tlio breakfast plutes at your head In tho coin-se of a little argument, A nagger whom her friends dread as they dread a mosquito In the silent mid night hour, is tho teasing nagger, Von tiro always certain that you me going to bo stung by the mosquito, although ym can never predic: Just where. The teasing nagger also approaches blithely and then prctrttids to go uway nnd forget yon, but who is soon back to give you n iieertie-llke little stab hi some particularly sensitive part of your heart or your self-love often synonymous terms. The perslstuncu with which slio always returns to tho attack would be beautiful If (ippllml to tho culti vation of tlio dowers of good taste, A man who is "a Jolly good sort, and all Unit," said the other day that he could be happier It his wlfo didn't loo him so much. "Shu's all the woman in the world for me," lie said, "but she does want to tutu my soul Inside out nbout threo times a day. She simply sits down in trout of mo and openly adores me until 1 txm stilled and rush nut of tho house, Then silo looks at me reproachfully and wondi rs why I can think of leaving her when slio never wants to leave me for a minute." Now, thorn Is another kind or a nagger for you. Which kind ure jou',' I forgot to mention that men naggers are seven teen times worse than women. Kipling's Idea of how tlio elephant got ills trunk was elucidated with variations tho other day after the children of tlio Homo for th Friendless had ictiirned from tho mutlneo at the nixie. Nearly llfty old l-idles and children fiom tlio Home weru given complimentary tickets ! by tlio m.Nte management and they will ' not cease talking about what they saw and heard during tlio n.i:;t si.-; months. I One small Italian was peiiinps the most ! wildly excited nnd could scarcely eat his supper because he was so uiiMous to tell Alls, Walker, the matron, all about it. "Now, what I want to know," ho shout ed. "Is why de blgga thing-u-what you eallu htm" "l-JIepliant," MijigeMed his amused listener. "Vos; tlmta him; I want to know why do eplmlanta nil de time try to stepa on his nwiiu nose." "Hull!", ejaculated another child, In scorn. "That ain't him nose, that him trim!:!" "Xo truiika 'tall!" pcrt-lsted tho little Italian. "Neva saw po trunka Ilka that. Tlmta the noro of hhn. Wanta know why he try 10 step! on It." Saucy news. Tho following muieal selections will be used nt tomorrow's worship in tho Sec ond Presbyterian church: MORNING. At the morning worship the Thanksgiv ing music will be repeated. Organ Prelude Faulkes Solo "Praise To the Lord, O Aly Soul" Ilolden Air. Ralph Williams. Offertory Anthem, "Blessed Is He That Considereth tho Poor". Gladstone Mis (Jnrngan nnd Choir. Organ Postludo WachS EVKN1NG. Choir Response "Holy, Holy, Holy" Cambldgo Anthem "Let Your Light So Shine." Afonk Chant "Our Father" Gregorian Offertory Duet, "Oh Send Out Thy Light" Selected Allss Garagan and Allss Williams. Organ Postludo Ailesro from Sonata In D minor Plant Air. J. At. Chance, oiganisL and direc tor. ! '! II A "twilight recital" will be given at the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church, Green Ridge, Saturday, Dee. G, at 4 p. m.. bv Charles H. Docrfom, organist, and Allsa Rlcimor Payne Reynolds, contralto. Thin proRrammo will be rendered: Organ Preludo and Fugue hi K. minor Ikich Voice "But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own" ("St. Paul")...jrendelssolm Organ (a) "Offertolre" Ambrose Thomas (b) "Abendlled" ....Robert Schumann (Transcribed by Alex. Gullmant. (c) "Fiat Lux" Theodore Dubois Voice "The Publican"... .Van der Water Organ (a) "Pastorale" Wely (b) "Intermezzo-' (Sixth Sonata). Rhcinberger (c) "Coronation Alaieh" ....Svendsen Every sick and ailing woman, Every young girl wbo suffers monthly, Every woman who is approaching maternity, Every woman who feels that life is a burden, Every woman who has tried all other means to regain health without succens, Every woman who is going through that critical time the change of life is invited to write to Mrs. Piakham, Lynn, Mass., in regard to her trouble, tni the most expert advice telling exactly how to obtain n CURE will be sent abso lutely free of cost. The one thing that tiuulitius ti person to give mtvico on any snbjeol is experience experience creates knowledge. Xo other person litis so wide an experience with female ills nor suoh a record of success as Mrs. Pinklnini has had. Over a hundred thousand cases come before her each year. Soma personally, other! by mail. And this has been going tin for twenty years, day after day, and day after day. Twenty years of constant success think of the knowledge thus gained! Surely women are wise iu seeking advice from a woman with such an experience, especially when it is free. Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, wrote to Mrs. Pinkliniu when she whs in great trouble. Her letter shows the result. There tire actually thousands of such letters in Mrs. I'iuklnun's possession. " Df.au AIlis. PlNiaiAM : I have been under doctors' treatment forfemala troubles for some time, but without any Telief. They now tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I cannot sit down without great pain, nnd the soreness extends up my spine. I have bearing' down pains both back and front. My abdomen is swollen, I cannot wear my clothes with any comfort. Womb is dreadfully swollen, and I have had flowing spells for three years. My appetite is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time. "The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor, given in your little book, accurately describe my case, so I write to you for advice.'' Mks. K. 1 Hayes, 252 Dudley St. (Boston), Roxbury, Mass. " Dkar Mrs., Pixkham : I wrote to you describing my symptoms, and asked your advice. Von replied, and I followed all your directions carefully for several months, and to-day I am a well woman. " Tho use of Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, together with your advice, carefully followed, entirely cxpelled'thc tumor, and strength ened tho whole system. I can walk miles now. "Your Vegetable Compound is worth five dollars a drop. I adviso all women who aro afflicted with tumors, or any female trouble, to .write yon for advice, and give it a faithful trial." Mns. R. i Hates, W'J Dudley St. (Boston), Roxbury, Mass. Mrs. Hayes will gladly answer any anil all letters that may be addressed to her asking about her illness, and how Mrs. Pinkhara helped her. $5000 FORFEIT It wo cannot forthwith jiroilui'r tho orlglnM letter and signature ( above testimonial, nhicliwfll provo Its ntiluto cemiini-nv!. i.ylia JS. I'luklinm Medlciiitt Co., r.ynu, Mug, CLARK'S GREEN. Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Xorthrup and son, Maynard, are visiting relatives iu StroudHberg. Mr. and Mrs. John I-. Lutsey and son, Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Sprague and son, Edward, nil of Scranton, are the guests of Mr. und Mrs. Edward Lutsey. , Mr. and Mr.. George W. Decker, of Honesdale, and son, Clarence E. Decker of New York city, nro guests of Mr. und Mrs. Willard F. Coon. Mr. and Mr, A. D. Robinson and family were entertained on Thursday nt the home of the hitter's parents, Mr, und Mrs. O. D. Jones. William H. nobliiKan and family were the guests of relatives In Diininuru on Thursday olv this week. Mr. and Mrs. John 15. Austin were the guests at the home of their son-in-law, Jnmes Knover nnd family. In Hull stead, where a family re-uillon had been arranged for their especial ben efit. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur l.a Mont, of Sernnton, were guests at the homo of the hitler's parenjs, Mr. and Mrs. W. S, Frace. Mrs. John I.. .Stone, of Ithaca, Is a visitor at her old homestead, the guest of her parent, Mr, nml Mrs, Itomllno p, Parker. Ernest I.'. Mott. of Newark, N. J., is vlslilng hts parents), Mr. nnd .Mrs. Har rison N, Mott. Hev. Newell CMlhuuler entertained Mr. and Mrs. H, N, Cullender, of Siran ton, and other iclatlves on Tliunksglv lug day. James Pentecost, of ftcranton, was the guest at tlio home of bis father, Thomas Pentecost, on Thursday. D, O. Stevens was a visitor ut tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley W. Stevens on Thursday last. H. t b f 5 V, L fc K . . S . . . . , t t . r. . n tH. . . n s li M n hi i i m uf ! i hLcrr Hreo 424-426 Spruce Street, Ilclwccn Washington and Wyoming Aves. . g L ' v K St ' V ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' Sals of Wool and Silk Waists On account of the mild weather which has pre vailed during the past month, Wool Waists have not sold as rapidly as we would like to have them. We deem it advisable to reduce the price now and get them out, in order to make more room for Holiday Display. All Wool Waists. Wl'll lnniln I TullVtn Kill.- WnlxlM m:i,l,. ,,f liiwt and perfect llttlnn: were ?l.;o. QOr imullty Mlk, h'-in.stluli.Ml.aml CI 7't ow yol tuclti-U; wetv 5.W. Nuw.... P' All Wool French Flnnuel Vai-ts. ! IV-itu ih- Side Waist-', madu in the tucked and plaited; wen- C i ' very lali'st. style, iieriW-t lit- iZA Cf, irandsonui Embrnlderea W.iImIh. I The lies! Kriide l'i-.ni de Sole Waists, tucked, with satin how; sold CO S( In 11 variety .if Komi vulnrs; CJ. () regularly at if 1.5V. Nuw 3il.CU! ,N0).th ,,;-,,, Ninv Pl.yo Coats and Suits Are Also Deeply Cut in Price, 30 Green Trading Stamps With purchase of one dollar er more on Satur day and Monday, 29 and Dec, I. 30 Present This Coupon. 'A 'A "A 'A A A "A "A "A A 'A A 'A 'A A A 'A A'A A A A 'A 'A A U A 'A A A A A A U 'A A ft V ft ft , fi ft ft ft ft .T X ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft X ft ft ft ft X X x x .. A The Top Notch of Comfort Music for All Social Events Fiore's Mandolin Orchestra, 125 Noi'lli Sixth Street. 1 raffjii&wlijRlila HBHimKutp I fS H ' (pa I I) 'Kf At the lowest notch of price. Ease unci comfort ut an insignificant ex pense. A chair well suit ed to the laziness of the young or rheumatism of the old. Matchless value. Sa Just like cut. Only $4.75 Ask for your coupons, Free Holiday Gifts. PRIZE NO. 1, $60 IN MDSE PRIZE NO, 2, $40 IN MDSE Scranton Larpet & Furniture Co 400 LACKAWAMNA AVENUE. Hcsri.stcrcii, " .