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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1902
Joseph Rose Threatened to Take Oliver's
Life Funerals Yesterday Notes
James Dm kin, ot L'lS Lnckowanna
menuo, ottcl Joseph Itoi-e, of 1007 La
fayette street, vveru at rested nt Beddoo
court nnd Swctlund street Sunday
night by Putiolmnn JCInh Peters) und
Citizen Isuao Price. Both wete Intox
icated nnd acted In a dlsotdetly man
ner. It developed at the heailnsf In police
court yesterday morning that Hose was
exceedingly Jealous of a young man
named Oliver Harris, of 337 Noith VII
inore avenue, and that Hose had sent
threatening letters to a lady friend of
Harris emphasizing his threat with a
drawing of a skull and cioss-bnnos.
Harris appeared against Rose and
Police Magistrate Hovj.e, who conduct-i-d
court In the absence of B. Davles,
ield the prisoner In $300 ball on the
charge of making tin eats. Ho was un
able to furnish ball and wus com
mitted. Hose was fined JIG or thirty days for
disorderly conduct, and his companion
pilrt a line of $4 and costs. Both are
young men, and Hose was. under nr
lcst dmlng the slilko for canylng a
concealed weapon and alio nourishing
It In a lccklcss manner.
Weekly Savings Deposits.
The pupils of Xo. 19 school yesteiduy
Increased their deposits at the West
Side bank by $19 C,", which was the
amount collected ttom them by their
teachers. The dlffeiont teacheis took
up the following amounts:
No. 19-D. "W. Phillips, $.T0; Miss Mm
tnv, ,-,C0; Miss Nichols, $1.23; Miss Um
ml, So cents: Miss Mnigan, $.'.50; Jilts
Tlutton, :,0 cents; Miss Davis, )." cents;
Miss Kcllow, M.10; Miss Pljun, GO cents;
Miss "Wade, 23 cents; Miss Morris, $1.'S;
Mhs Beamish, 4", cents: Miss nv.ins, $1.15;
Mis. Fciber, C2 cents; total, Jl'ii,',.
The 3?olhamus Funeial.
Pei-vices over the temalns of Seidell
Polhamus, who was killed on the Lack
awanna, ralhoad, wcio held at de
ceased's late home, 300 Edwards' court,
at 3 o'clock yesteiday afternoon.
Rev. II. C. McDermott. D. D , pastor
of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
(lunch, conducted tho service. Rela
tlves were in attendance ftom Glen
wood, Susquehanna county. The in
terment was made in the Washburn
Simpson Church Note?.
An effort ih being made by the pa
tor and trustees of Simpson Methodist
Kpl.scopal chuich to raise money to pay
otf outstanding Indebtedness. The .sum
total of $4,300 is needed, and pledges
Fivo stamps given away with
each bottle of Dufour's French Tar
G. W. JENKINS.
have been received for $1,000 ot this
amount. A systematic canvass of the
church members and their friends will
A class meeting will he hold this
evening und prayer meeting tomorrow
evening. The newly-organized Queen
Esther circle will meet Frlduy even
ing. Friday afternoon the Mother's Jewels
will meet In the church under the di
rection of Mrs. W. N. Chase nnd pack
a.box which will be sent to the Moth
ers' Jewels' home at York, Neb. Con
tributions of toys, dolls, plcttnes, books,
cards and other things to make the lit
tle ones happy will be thankfully le-celved.
Sherman Avenue Notes.
Two hundted and thhty-thiee pupils
were In attendance at the Mission
school last Sunday, of which thice
were new members, showing nn In
creased Interest and much enthusiasm
In the meetings, from the youngest to
A number of systematic giving cauls
were tecelved, as many aie interested
In these cards, which, when put Into
erfect, will prove very beneficial to the
The Chilstmas pattlclpants t cheat s
ed after school Sunday. Choilster
Phillips promles a very good pto
gramme for those who will hear the
cantata Chilstmas evening.
The Clulstl.in Endeavor society will
meet this evening. All nre cotdt.illy
Invited to attend. Cantata rehearsal
after the meeting.
Two Funeials Yesterday.
The lemnlns of Mr. and Mis. John
Reese's child, who died us the lesult
of being scalded, wcie inteircd in the
C.tthcdial cemetery, yesterday morn
ing. The lomoins of the late Mis. TIenry
Jones ni rived ftom Elmira yesterday,
and weio intoned in the Forest Hill
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Robot t Robot ts, of South Main ave
nue, went to the Scianton Pilv.ite hos
pital yesteiday to undeigo an opoiation
The luneial of the late Dominlck Mo
Loughlhi will take place .it 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning from the house on
Scianton street. Services will be held
In St. Patriek'n church nnd Interment
will be made in the Cathedial ccme
The "Wdhncta dinelng class, which
holds weekly sessions hi Means' hill,
will conduct their second fall social
next Thursday evening. This class b is
been In existence two scisons The
committee of arrangements includes
Harry P. Davles, Tied Evans, Mcndy
D.ivls, Evan Abrahams, AVIIli.im Haines
nnd William Thomas. Bauer will play
v? n . l.i t i n in it sH
I ID I i
' We present some unusually attractive offerings this week.
An incomparable line nnd matchless values, in all makes
and grades. Children's Heavy Ribbed Fast Black Hose, sizes
5 to io inclusive, double knees, heels and toes. i
Children's Extra Heavy Fast Black Ribbed Hose, all sizes,
with double knees, heels and toes. There Is nothing ,
made that will wear better lor the money 1 5C
Other qualities and makes in Children's Hose of all colors
and black, up to 50c the pair.
Children's Fleece Lined Hose, double knees, heels and toes. tsr.
fast black and very warm. These wear as well as 1 sp
unlined goods. Prices 25c and 122C &
Children's Cashmere Hose, with double knees.heel &
nnd toes. The most comfortable stocking made 25C &
Other qualities at 30c, 35c, 4oc and 45c the pair. s&
Hosiery for Ladies , g
There's more good Hosiery to pick from here than in any i
other two stocks In town put together. Of course, everybody S
knows that. g
Plain or Fleece Lined Hose for Women, in fast 1
black and colors; Matchless values at 122Cj
Women's Plain Fleece Lined or Fancy Hose, 30 :
different makes to choose from. AH extra good values 5:
too. Choice 25C
Other special values in Cotton Hose at 50c and 37c.
Lisle, Thread Hose for Women. Heimsdorf dye. -. S
fine guage, high spliced heel, etc. The price OUC 5!
Other Lisle Thread Hose at 39c and up to 75c. ;
Ladies Fancy Hose in all the new colors ,ind combinations, j
including many novelties, 35c to $2.50 the pair. &
All Silk Hose, in black, colors and fancies, from $1.00 to S:
$3-oo the pair.
Men's Furnishings j
New Neckwear for gentlemen, in all the new shades and 5
patterns, including btrlpes. Plaids, Persians, Dots, Solid Colors,
Black, eic. Neckwear that is no better in quality and not as
new in style is being sold in this city c;f --
for5ocand75c Our price iUC SLtMX J,5C
Mufflers loj Gentlemen in Barathea, Satin and Soft Silk, all
colors, with fancy stripes, polka-dots, etc. The assortment is
superb and prices range from 75c, $1.00, 1.50, $2.00 and up.
A good Muffler saves many a doctoi's bill.
Umbrellas for Men
Good Umbrellas run anywhere from $1.00 to $10.00 each.
There are cheaper ones here if you want them,
Our $1.00 Umbrellas for men cannot be equalled anywhere
else for value or style, Steel rod, good handles, best mercer
ized cover and strong frame, guaranteed two years. f
i rice, ....,.....,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, pl ,Jv
Others $1,50, $3.00 and S2.50 each,
Our ''Gentleman" Umbrella has best Paragon, s-rib frame,
steel rod, fancy handles, with silver or gold trim, also choice
natural wood handles. The cover is the best rain ,
shedder and best wearer on earth...,,,,,,,., ,,,, ipo.OO
for them and Mrs. Margaret Mcyern
wilt be In charge of th& leccptlon
Hon. John 1I Fellows, of 418 Tenth
street, loft yestorday on n, business
trip to St. Louis, Mo.
12. Wanhlngton Morgan, of Fifteenth
stieet, who Injured his thumb a few
days ago, Is able to resumo his woik
Cnradoe James, ot Luzotne street,
undeiwent nn operation at the Unlvci
slty of Pennsylvania hospital In Phil
adelphia lccently. Ho Is Improving
William J. Itogeis, of 31 Landls
street, who made a fatal mistake In
mixing diugs In New Yoilc recently,
has leturned to his homo, having se
cured his release,
Kdwnrd niehnrds, night foreman at
the Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern round house, Is suffering from In
juries sustained while nt woik 10
cently. Mrs. A. P. Kern, of Jackson street,
Is seriously 111 nt her home.
Miss Avis Tlbblts, of Ninth street,
has recovered from a throat affection.
Howell Han Is, of Division street, Is
confined to his room by illness.
Mrs. Russell Chumtud, of Wnshbuin
stteet, Is a sufferer from rheumatism.
Mis. C. S. DePuc, of Lincoln avenue,
has returned homo from a visit with
her brother at Wllkes-Bnuc.
The Christmas music which will be
tendered at the Jackson Street Baptist
church was lchoarted by the choir last
Mrs. Martha Breese, of Plttston, has
returned home fiom a visit with Miss
Kflle Browning, of Stons avenue.
The Oxford local met last evening
nnd dlstilbuted relief to their idle
The Colonial club held a business
meeting nnd social session last evening
jn their rooms in Washington hall.
Mrs. C. S, Wetter, of Jackson stieet,
Is entet tabling Miss Vivian Alleger, of
Luzerne, and Mips Blanche Cancy, of
Miss Besble Wagstaff, of Hynon
street. Is Indisposed.
B. Messon, of Eynon and Twelfth
streets, fell against a stove recently
and binned his nun. t
Mrs. G, A. Plympton, of Tncoma,
Wash., has returned homo fiom a visit
with West Scianton friends,
Special services wete helct in the
Washburn Street Ptesbyteilin chinch
last evening, under the dhectinn of the
pastor, Rev. J. P. Moffat, D. D.
Miss Anna Rumbold, of Vast Orange,
N. J., is visiting friends In town.
Mrs. A. M. Shifter, of South Hde
Paik avenue, is nlile to be mound
again, afler an illness.
Mrs. William Mllnes nnd daughter,
of Noith Sumner avenue, hac returned
home from a. two weeks' visit In
James i:mis, of Hyde I'.uk avenue,
Is ill with an attack of pneumonia.
A ladies' shitlwalst faelorv has bern
established in the old Hampton Stieet
Methodist Episcopal chuich building.
Mis. Jano Mnibhull, of Washington,
N. J., is the guest of her sihter, Mrs.
W. D. Moigan, of Rock street. )
The eveuthe i.nmmitteo of the
Young Women's Christian association
will hold a. mepting this afternoon.
A new boy Ins an hod at thq homo
ot Mr. and Mt.s. Michael Cadden, of
William Lewis, of Altoona, is isiling
Miss May Dai i, of North Main ave
nue, is indisposed.
Mi-s Jennie Thomas, of Reese stieet,
Is in New York. She will also go to
Rowayton, Conn., and visit her brother,
P. .1. Thomas.
Benjamin Williams was Injured while
at woik nt the P.incoa&t mines by
halng his hand badly squeezed In an
M. G, Williams,, of Rcoie stieet, has
recoieied from a lecent illnes-s.
The remains of Mrs Itene Conlcy will
011 he today at 1 :;o p. m. fiom C'aibon
dnlo at the Deluw.ue and Hudson
Hcranton depot. Intel ment will be mado
at J p. m. in Catlicdi.il cemetery.
The fhoi.il union of t lie Hickory
Street Prehl turian chinch met last
evening for lehcaitat.
The Young Men's Lltuntv roelety of
the Illckoiy Slrcct Ptcsbytetlan ehiiuli
will met this evening at S o'clock
shaip. All membeis me earnestly ic
quested to bo ptcsent, because final ai
i.uigi'iiieuls me to be m ido for the
coming book reception, which Is to ho
held tit tho palish house, on Hickory
stieet, Thuisdtiy evening, December 4,
tit S o'clock.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Hildget
Connolly took place ebterday fiom tho
family residence, SIO Oiclutd stieet. A
high mass of requiem was celebtated at
St. Peter's cathedral, after which In
tel mint was made In the Cathedial
Tho funeral of the late Thomas J01
dan, 01 t!J2 Palm street, will lake place
this morning at 9 o'clock.
The le-dedlcutlon of the Hickory
Stteet Presbvteiinn chut eh will not
take place on December 7, ns ptelousIy
stated In ihe dally papeis, on account
or tho woik being retmded (luting tho
past week, The 10-dedlcation will tuke
place on December 11.
Camp 130, Patilotlc Order Sons of
America, met in tegular session last
James Godwin, of Fig street, has re
tut ued fiom Hulfalo,
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
gunianteed to emo all coughs'. "No
cure, no pay." For pule by all dealots.
Mr, and Mis. William Sherman, of
Newport, R, I who were guests ovr
Thanksgiving of Mrs. Shet man's pni
ents, Mr. and Mis. W. D, Kennedy, re
turned to their homo yesteiday.
Advent services, conducted by the
jeetor, Rev, Fianels Batemnn, will bo
held eveiy evening this week nt tho
Chinch of the flood Shepheid.
Hvangellst Belknap, ot Binghamton,
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND tiW
AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTCR.
Mr doctor nays It cU ueutly oa the ilomdcti, lhrr
unJ Uldne)t &uU iaiIeaaui Uittlre. Tbt unnV U
mado fioui hrni, aua i preparvi for uso as eaauy as
Ui. Hmcjlled "I.uuc.'m Ti'u" ur ,
LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE
All druggUUor lijp inaltSJ ct. and Mctl. Bur It to
dtr. I.aui''H Ifuiullr iilt'iltciiie umves tin:
liuivrlb carli ilil) In order to bt Lisltby tauU
ncit4ijr, AJdcen, Cox i."Ji, Lt Ho;, S, V,
Since Lincoln's Time,
more (ban 7,009,000 Jai. lion StlfToned Gold Watch Caiei
bava boon sold. Mnny of tho first ones nro pt 111 Rlvltts
intlsnictory lervlcc, proving that tho Jfin. Bo.es Cnco will
outwear tho gitnrnntce of 25 yean, Tlicao enscs nro rccog.
nlzed as the itondard by all Jewelers, hecnuso they know
from pergonal obsctvntlon that (hoy wilt perform na guar
antetd und are the most eorvicenble of oil watch cases.
Tou! Watch Cases
aromadnof two lAyorsofsoHdRoldwItli rt lnvor
ot stllTenlnr; metal betweou, all welded toqotitcr
into 0110 solid sheet TiioRold porniltiofhoau
tintl ornamentation. ThastinenlnsmotnlRlvcs
strDRtti. United they form tho host watch rnse
ItlapoMlbln to innko. Insist on Imvlnca Jns.
Dobs Care. You will know it by thin tradomark
f Ssnd lor Booklet
THE KEYSTONE WATCH CASE CO., Philadelphia
who assisted Rev. C. A. Benjamin, of
Asbury Methodist Episcopal chutch ut
tho meetings held In his church last
week, was a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mis. J. S. Miller during his stay
Services at Asbury Methodist Epis
copal church will bo continued every
evening this week. Rev. Dr. Ilradshaw,
of Plymouth, will speak this evening,
nnd tho Simpson mnle quartette will
tender seveial selections.
The council met in regular session
last night with McAllister the only
absent member. Tho Are committee
lecommendcd the lonewing of the
leases for a teim of five years on the
quartets occupied by tho Independents
and John B. Smith File companies, at
$25 and Slii per month respectively.
The street commissioner reported that
the Erie company is filling the recent
cave-in caused by their workings in
Petersbuig. The chief of police re
potted two anests duting the month
of November. Ordinance No. 93, icgu
Intlng the peed of street cats and
other machine ptopelled vehicles,
parsed final reading. The time sheet
of the chief of police for $370, street
commissioners for $361.50, nnd Chief
of the file depatttnent's for $150 were
all approved. A latgu number of mis
cellaneous bills wete npptoved Includ
ing the sewer statement to date for
Rev. II. C. McDetmott, of the Simp
son Methodist Episcopal chuich, will
preach at tho special evangelistic ser
vices in the Methodist Episcopal
The Dunmore Steam launch y, opened
Its doois for business yosteidav, in
the buildings recently occupied by tho
Model laundry, on -.U stieet.
Miss Lottie Lucas has been indis
posed at her home on Blakely street,
during the past few dajs.
MRS. JOHN TKRRA JONES, of Nan
tlcoKc, died at the homo of her parents.
Mr. and Jits Kdmund Mobfi, of Kjnon
stieet, Saturday, Nov. 23, j.t 3 10 p. in.
The deceased was yours of ac;e, and
is survived by het husband and three!
children, and the following sisters and
brother, Maude Mots, Item? Moses, Mrs.
John Searle and Archibald Moos. 'J Itn
funeral sftvIcph will be held nt the home
of lirr parent, Tuesday afictnoon at 3
EVAN WILLIAMS, ni?td S3 veats. dUd
yoitPtday afternoon at his home, 31 Smith
Main avenue, after a lingering illnei-s. Do
ceased was formeily engaged In tho gro
cery hus-Incis at ll!u South Mnln avenue,
with RcAilecl Davles, tho ptrsont police
magistrate Pi lor to his illnes-s lio was
Identlllcd with hi., brother in the leatlur
business on Spruce stieet He Is sm
vived hv his mother. Mis. John Williams,
his wife, and four childien, Ilniry, Gor
don, John and Jessie; lluoo brothets, John
M. Samuel and IJftitv Williams, and two
siftcis Mis. Joseph Ihistloy and Ml a. J.
Atticus Rensh.iw, of llioohljn.
Tho funeral of the late Mis. Huslo
Jones will lulto plieo thii. afternoon,
Services will bo hold nt the. homo of tle
eeated's father, Edmund Motes, 117
Eynon stteet. Hcv. Janieh licnnlngci,
jwstor of tho Embuiy Jlotliodlst EpNco
pul church, will officiate. Intel mnnt will
bo mndo in tho Wu&hburn stieet ceme
Special to tho Scianton Tribune
Piincoton, N. J., Dee. 1, The llrs,t
local conceit was given lteie hist Mon
day night, when the Kuclbcl quartette
delighted an audience in Univetslty
hall. Today John Philip Sousa nnd Ills
band gave a matinee concert In Alex
ander hall. This Is the first public
appenraneo In Pilnceton of the gioat
bandmaster, and tho students have
been eagerly anticipating It. Mr.
Sousa has a s-on, who is a popular
member of tho class of 1901 here.
The long .strained telutlons between
Princeton und tho Unlvor.sity of Penn
sylvania seem to be gradually adjust
ing themselves, and from present In
dications It w 111 not bo long before
tho two me once again In peifect
amity. For several ycai.s, the very
mention of tho big Philadelphia uni
versity has been painful to tho par
tisans of the Orange and Black, and
feelings of anything but respect and
admit atlon have been entertained by
tho Quakers towaids Princeton. A
more liiendly feeling Is now being evi
denced, Ono of the first Indications
of this was In tho ftequent presence
ol e-Captuln John Minds, of the Unl
veislty of Pennsylvania, on tho local
football Held, as nn official at tho
minor games. Tho Peuusylvanlana
cividently nppieclatid tho courtefy nnd
reciprocated by Inviting Quarterback
Pcarfcon, of the TIrcis, to net as tlme
keoper nt their Thanksgiving gamu
A largo delegation of Pilucetonlans
wete present at both tho Pennsylvania
Cornell and West Polnt-Annupnlls foot
ball games held last week In Philadel
phia, Tho most pi eminent of the Nati
Buti jepieseiitatlvoH at the Aimy-Nhvy
game wete, of course, ex-Ptesldent and
Mis. Orovpi- Cleveland.
Considerable inteiest Is being mani
fested by the student body, In the p.u
tlal controveisy which has ailben
thtough the condemnation of muss
phi) 3 In football, by Chancellor Day of
Kyiacuso Imiveisliy, and tho spltlted
defense of the great college game, by
Ptesldent Woodiow Wllfcon. Prince
ton's "pie.xy" is a staunch sup.
porter of football, und his candid, out
spoken opinions on the-subject huve
only served to enlnnee his great popu
larity with the students ut huge.
The team which will meet Hurvatd In
tho annual Inter-collegiate debate has
been choosen. It conbibts of Messts.
Scott, Ilornblower and flood, nono of
whom were on last year's team, but
who have all earned splendid reputa
tions tlnce then, as debaters. The sub
ject of tho debate deals with the advis
ability of Investing the president with
power of sending regular troops to. tho
scene ot any violence, nilslng ftom
labor troubles, without formal lcquest
being made by the governor ot the
THE YEAR 1002.
It Ends Leaving Things Better Than
When It Began:--Proni
the Wot Id's Woik.
As the end of the year draws nigh we
may congratulate ourselves that It will
leave tho wot Id in much better plight
than It found It, When It began there
w ns vv ar In South A ft lea and there w ei 0
troublesome hostilities In the Philip
pines. Now peace Is btoken, If bioken
at all, only by the umest In Venezuela
und Colombia and In Huytl that follows
their revolutions und in Aftica wheio
tho "Mad Mullah" has attacked the
British. And not only is the wotld at
peace, hut the gleut nations are mote
secutely linked together, peihaps, than
they ever vveie bolorc. New fotees for
peace arc at woik especially two of
tho sttongest possible woild Influences;
nn oignnlzed and closely-knit com
mcice, which none can ttffotd to dls
tuib for fear of a lasting loss of tt.ido,
and In pattlculur the ovei whelming
conimetclnl power of the United Stales,
which would gain a still httter lead by
the suspension of Industilal activity In
any impoitant count! y. The little petl
odical adjustments of power nnd of
pthilcge that the nations used to make
by special ticalles wete crudo and weal:
guat antees of peace In compatlson with
the compelling power of modern rom
meico and all that it implies. The most
lecent wats weie teally only ftonller
Men without histoilcal knowledge
easily believed that their own eia Is a
new eta In the wotld, But men with
I1lst01ic.1l knowledge now see interna
tional conditions that aie radically dlt
feient and indically better for peace
than any of the battel cd centuries be
hind its Knew. The unletterlti(j of the
dominant race of men by fiee Institu
tions to free opportunity on the must
fruitful continent and the iiiilustiinl
rbe of the lepubltc, tortifying its politi
cal power, have put all nations in a
new 1 elation to one another and in a
new 1 elation to civilization. This revo
lutionary fact lias become plainer this
year than It ever was, befote. Its far
reaching significance wo do not yet see;
but it looks like ,1 great foice that will
woik lor the stcadjlng ot governments
and for the sane direction of endeavor
for lentuiics, to come. For it is the
natural lesult of a great law of human
development nnd not an advantage w on
by the strength of aimles or by the
skill of diplomatists or by any other
power that may change with a change
of rulet.s and of genet atlons. The In
dustilal man becomes sttonger, the
political man weaker; and economic
foteo Is beginning to tulo the wotld .13
niilltiuy torce once tulcd it.
Tho Scottish Residence of Piinie
Minister of England.
Ftom thu Editibuigh Scotsman.
Whlttingehaine, Easll Lothian, the
home of Mr. Atthur Baltour, Ins no
palatial look. Tiutets and lowcis aie
conspicuous by their absence. A plain,
commodious building of light gray
sandstone, built for comfort, not for
show, standing In the midst of a gteeu
lawn, at the far sides of which the
branches of tho hot so chestnuts dip to
the giound nnd the beech nnd the larch
and tin fair wch elm vie with each
other In thu gt owing. 'Tis a quaint
Saon word, "Whittlngehame." It is
salri to mean tho abode of the white
Tho ill &t loom in Whlltlnghntue, In
point of Interest to till who think of
the man befote the house he lives in, is
Mr. Balfout's study. It Is not a huge
100m, twenty-two by eighteen feet.
Ileie, when Mr. Balfour comet noith
after "letter lime," he transacts busi
ness. A telephono brings this 100111 in
touch with tho telegtaph stations at
East Linton and Stentlon. Heavy
tomes of heavy leading mo on tho
shelves and table. Mr. Balfour's study
is a corner 100111, His desk (.1 revolv
ing Shannon) stands befote the south
east window. A humble admirer look
ed in vain fov notes of his latest speech,
ltudyard Kipling's "In Black nnd
White" lay peacefully theie instead,
and on the grand piano between the
northeast windows Handel's ".Messiah"
lay side by sldu with "British Golf
Links," by Horace Hutchinson. And
why not? Is it not the diversity of
pastlrno which gives mind and strength
lor the burden of place? Mr. Balfour
is n brilliant musician and has written
an article on musical subjects, Eveiy
ouo knows ho is a capital Judge of ti
good stoiyj and golf well, thete't, u
ptebs full of kolt balls at his study
The wall space of the study Is filled
with books to within a foot of the cot
nlee, Books of philosophy, listit .
science, whole shelves of encyclopedias
and state hooks; the Ft emit nntsteis,
tho classics, the poets, Und a ulcho
somewhPte, A quaint femli r of gifen
Oonneinaiu mat bio euuiih thu tiled
health, and the ets linger mid test on
ltapltuel's "VliKln and Child" above It.
Mr, nnlfottt's hediocini opens olT his
study, A nnall painting of "Ecc.e
The GhlUUen's Favoiite,
Ono of tho gteatest tlllllcultles cu
ennnteieil when childien tun 111. lu tli
objection they have to taking medicine.
Tito remetty musi uu pietisani or the
patience of the patent is exhausted lie.
fote it Is successfully ndmlulHteied.
Mr, O. CI. Wagner, of Sptlng litove,
I'd., ovetcomes this unnoviince by us.
Jng Chambei Iain's Cough Hemedy, u0
sajs his little boy uhwtjs asks for t
whenever ho catches cold. This nm
edy has become the chlldton's favorite,
. l In t,lnni,riti4 in iol.-n tin.1 14 r.1... .....
is 11 j 1'iciipauv w mnu twin 11 u 1 ways
cures and ciues quickly. Tor sale by
U Trade Tq, B MorR
It is not enough that we have the
Furs; we want you to know it. Trade
conditions, present and prospective,
justify their quick selling- at the prices
weVe put on them.
Fur tScarfs and Boas
We give you a few hints of the Furs shown at
the Fur Counter. These are picked out as being of
such value as you would appreciate.
Sable and Isabella Fox Boas
All the required and regulation lengths. $5.98,
6.98, 7.98, 8.98, 9.98 and up.
Cluster Scarfs in These Furs
Beaver, Mink, Marten, Stone Marten, Wool Seal,
Stone Oppossum. $3.98, 4.98 and 5.98 each.
Sable, BlacK and Tiger Hare Boas
These are full lengths and "perfectly dear."
$2.98, 3.98 and 4.98.
Electric Seal Cluster Scarfs
Special lot of these Scarfs with cluster tails at the
very low price of 98c.
Bear Boas, Blue Lynx, Badger, Stooe Marten and
and other favorite Furs ranging in price up to 75.00
Misses' and Children's Fur Sets
All the usual kinds of Fur and the sets are well
put together. 98c. up.
Take a look at our line of Furs; it'll give you
b-nrvurlorloo n niif nn Hpnn:ir and hr nf inrprp;r in vnn
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AYOINDAY EVEMING. DIIC. 8, 1902.
The ei.tire Mcc.ignl Opcia Company of .'" people will appen in tho faninin
Opoi.i CAVAL12KI.Y HfS'l'if'AXA and s-cloc tlom ftom his citliot opct is with full
oichosti.i (hut tit nnd C.iaml f'nst of Aitibts unUu peisuti.il diicetion ol the
Compo"-er nuclei ditcctlon Fiirc Hand.
Pilces $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Box Seats, ?2.D0.
Diagram will open at Towell's Mu&ic Stoic, Thuisday, Dec. 1, at 9 a. m.
M. Itcis, I.Cisco and JlannRer.
A. J. Duffy, BiihlncM Manager.
Wednesday ony,,t Dec. 3
Frank L. Perleys
I'tet-cntltiK the Jlcity Musical
CO Talented Attlsls.
Two Car l.o.ids of Scenciy,
Now VotK Cast.
I'JUCnd-Jl , $1.00, 75e , Mv , Lc.
1 IIUfJ&DAY AND FRIDAY MttlHS,
UCCHMUUK, 4. 5-
As plajed 10J nlplits in New Yoilc.
J. AVcslcy nosonnuest pte.seuta tho jouns
lorn uitiu actor,
in lila cnoimotibly succcsslul nuvv play
The Days Or 1803.
Tho Kieate-it Itlsh play pioduced since
Dion Jloueleault's time Mull and IX
piess. I'ltlC'KS-SlOO, 7e., e Co.
beats on sjIu Tuesday ul ii it in
Homo" hangs nt the head of the nlmple
hod, nnd from ahnve tho fireplace the
beautiful face of the fatatcsman'tc mother
looks down on her con. You can ttaoo
tho likeness, tho Mime daik ees, the
game Bti oils' yet fensttlvo Inoutlt, and
as you look jon do not wonder tit tho
name tho count! y people k.uo her, "The
uood l.ady Hlunche."
NEW BILLIARD GAME.
Eveiy Cushion Made Between the
Ciuom to Count a Point,
Ft nut thu Detivtr Jtcpuhllean,
J. II, 1', Voorhlen hah Inventtd a new
Kiimo at hllllatds which U hehiHT tiled
by thu meinbi'ib of the Ueuver ilub,
tun! Its nieetlnir with l'tvur. It Is u
vnilntlou of the Ftetieh wtmliluu caium
The Idea iaiiic to Mr, Vooihles while
he vvuh vvatchlnB u couple f eperti
play tho thice.uiHhltin Aitieiliuu Kttine
It oceuned to him ihat tho gtinto was
a t--iy sood mm for tho oiy expeit,
but, as Kanier. vvero nut uiuully do
hlmied for th it class ol playeis-, buinu
tlilni,' In tho fume jlue, but a little eas
ier, Miould ho ntudo for tho general
inn of pluyeis. Ho then Mistreated
that tho cushions taken between thu
cut out bo counted, For instance, if u
player mado ono cushion, he counted
one for his shot, If he made two cuth.
ions between the object balls he should
Academy of Music
M. Itcls, f.sco unci MinasPi.
A. J. DulCj, Cashless Manager,
3 Nights ItifJti0 Dec. 1
Malliire Dnllv, inc Itidlu? Tlntisdny.
Tuur ot tlio bwCLtuit Slnser
The Game Keeper
spucrAL aLVTixnn vmcns-oaiiety,
JOr : ll.ilc-unv, !"c. Lower l-'loot, JJe.J
cliildtcn to any put, l"e.
Night I't Ices 15c. "ie.. :.'c , r.0e.
Tlitto Nights, st.utlng Thuibdiv, Doe. I.
Matinee eveiy day (including Tliuisdcij.)
"THE RAGGED HERO."
Special Mntlnen Pi lets ns alios c.
Seats on salo Tltetlay at 9 a. in.
The Dsxie Theatre
IIHXRY rAnXSWORTH DIXIC,
I.esseo und ManaEer.
WEEK OF DECEMBER 1.
Fmnk Keennn & Co., In
The Two Rubies
WILL . NELLIE'
nATTHEWS ai,u HARRIS
In their now fntclcnl cteatlon by "Wilt
TOUR I.VKINS. Aeilal Bir Pctfonn
pib; MISS SOI'IUH ni'ItNHAM, Operatla
Sopiatto; ADAIR & DAHN, Novelty AVho
Wnlltets: COAKbllY & McIIUIDK. Sing
Ing and Dancing Comedians: DIJKOIWJbT
.vi WARD, "Tho llaunied Ilouso": HD.
GRAY, in htlglit monologue up to date
ALP. G, IICnRINGTON, Manager.
Mondnv, Tucsd.tv and "Wcdnosduy,
di:ci:.mui;k i. - and j.
Matinee Every Day.
count two points, and for three cush
ions tin eo points.
Ho submitted the gume to Fied
Katiies, who Is consldeied ono of tho
mobt ospeit playets that ever caiuo to
Denver, who hiild It was, as far us ho
knew, an enthdy new game, lie uUo
coiiinu'iuleil the plan as an enjoyable
fi-u in ti for those ttylng to learn dilllcult
bhotw. Then ho began to lUium on tha
pobslblo nuiiiln'1' of points to be jnado
In one shot. Ho look a dlagiam and
showed how eight cushions might bo
made between tho two lulls, and win
willing to admit tint b.tie possibility oC
nine. Tho latter Is Imptobable,
At the Denvei club, wheio tho gamu
hub taken loot, Mi. Voothles hub mado
seven points ut ono shot unci C'hailes
CMveiuler has nmda six. All the play
eis ttie ttying ateudily to mako u bet
ter loeoril ut ono shot titan has been
Gieek Cabinet Resigns.
Athens, Deo. 1. Owing to the advoiso
lesult of tho general elections. In wlilcn
some inlnlstcis failed to he elected, tha
entile cabinet has leslgncd
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