The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 05, 1902, Page 2, Image 2

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ifThe News of Cffeondale. i ill iW ' i -aw
V interesting lectures Delivered Yes
terday by Prof. Kemp, Miss Jlftg
' fjaity nnd Miss Hyde.
Tll features of yJMteldii.v' sessions
of the teachers' Institutethe over
shadowing features were the leetutes
mi poyoluiloKy h.V Prof. K. I.. Kemp,
prinulpul of Host Stroudsbtirg Normal
School. No more Intensely interesting
talks have been hoard nl tin Inslllu o
In Cnrboitdulo than these lectures, made
doubly valuable because of tin IitJou
tlon In ono wny or another or the fruits
of Prof. Kemp's wldo eijueutlonul ex
perience. Ills side observations, his
' timely comments mid his pleasing
humor wen; tho elements that so hap
pllv combined to make his talks worthy
of the undivided attention and hearty
co-operation of the teacher,". ,
Prof. Kemp's lecture were so lined
with repeated discussions of topics that
suggested themselves as hi; proceeded
"that their real value Is lost when trans
ferred to type. Some of the observa
tions, however, will he read with in
terest by others than the teachers, to
whom. only. It might he said, tht tech
nical features are ot value.
At the forenoon session, la discussing
'The Kxtcrnal Conditions to Atten
tion," Prof. Kemp, unions: his obser
vations or expressions of opinion, said:
The man cannot net independently
of the body. Anyone who says so, says
what Is sheer nonsense. Mental activ
ity Is dependent upon physical condi
tion; the brnlu function In mental ac
tion depends upon the supply of blood
and the quality of it.
"Young children are as sensitive to
the weather as animals. We. teachers,
are guilty of the pedagogical sin ot
becoming cross at children who under
certain weather condition.-! im rest
lessly active, depressed or languid. AVe
Vhould have such control of ourselves
and should have that enthusiasm which
would III! the room with sunshine if
none come from without.
"The teacher's health and disposition
are factors In attention. When we are
not well and things don't seem to go
the right way, we blame it onto the
"There should be a state law com-.
pelllng teachers to take sufllcicnt exer
cise. The nature study is one of the
greatest blessings in recent school life,
for It gives us the. greatest opporuniiles
of exercise and relaxation that is the
most beneficial because of its ever
changing novelty.
"The school work in Pennsylvania is
not yet highly organized. The work is
not in harmony. Some of the students
who come to normal schools llnd that
they have already gone through the
junior work in the High school. This
produces a lack of Interest, because ul'
mi abseuco of novelty. I have taught
In two Normal school.1: and know that
this has greatly interfered with the
progress or these students. The injury
was shown in results for a. long time.
"Teachers are the most consei vatlvo
among all professions. It takes several
hundred years In some cases to get a
proposition in our minds.
"The author of the text-book on
physiology sin? when he uses the illus
tration of the telegiaph system to show
thu workings of the ivrvous system.
Thu Intricacies of the telegraph system
are harder to penetrate than the
understanding of the nervous system
if the arrangement of the nerves be
explained. This text-book Illustration
is stuff and nonsense chiefly.
"The ability to ask questions Is one
of tlie tine arts of teaching.
"When I went to college the students
kueiv just what questions each would
got. Tills system has changed some
what, but If any ono still follows it,
remember that tills giving eut-and-
drieil questions cuts attention to pieces.
"The ability to teach is measured by
ability to' do good woik with your mIu
dents with ralrly good material,
"Nluc'teriths of the lustiness among
pupils is not due to a lack of enthusi
asm; R is not a willful fault, but it
disease, a misfortune, that should ex
cite nnd receive our warmest sympathy.
"We (hid that the girls In our Nor
mal schools do more work now, be
cause they weigh more mid are In
belter health. Before, the state oliloluls
divided the ijourse, girls used to work
tlicm.elves Into shadows studying and
fretting over examinations. Jn Urn last
year, they would havo to qualify In
ubottl twenty-live studies. This left
them without any vital energy, Within
a few years special gymnastics have
been added. Among those Is basket
ball. Tlie result of this athletic Idea Is
belter woik, because tlie girl students
havo hem built up In health and have
a greater store or energy.
"Tlie Individual test of cyeslaht Is
necessary among pupils, as weak vision
Is a big drawback to the pupil, whose
defect cannot ho ascertained In any
other way, since he won't admit It.
"Tlie secret of the growth In friend
ship Is not so much what you do for
your friend as what he does for you.
This -applies to the lelatlons of the
teacher and her pupils.
"Perhaps, one of the greatest tilings
accomplished In pyschology Is that
physicians have given us one of the
greatest marvels In modern knowledge
In locating with dellnlteuess the nerve
centres of the brain."
In the afternoon lecture, Prof, Kemp
gave an Interesting explanation of per
ceptions and sensations from the psy
chological sense, demonstrating that
all qualities are sensations, the effect
produced In the brain centers.
Miss Hugarly gave two lectures on
reading, and Miss Hyde addressed the
teachers In the forenoon and afternoon
on "Kngllsh."
The institute will close at noon to
day. The programme of the. session will
bo: n.30. music: !M0, "Klementary
Arithmetic," Miss Laura. 11. linearly:
10.20. "English," Miss Mary 1 Hyde:
11, music; 11. in, "Psychology," Pror. K.
I.. Kemp.
news. Mr. Murphy was connected for
several years with newspaper work In
Oarbotidnlc and avoh al. one time part
owner of llio Forest City News.
Made by nn Arabian Shepherd.
I'offee was first dl.-coveiod in tile
sixth century by an Arabian shepherd
who having observed the goats of his
Hock skip about and display other signs
of Intoxication after eating the cof
fee barry, concluded to tiy Us effects
c n himself, and thus discovered its
t xuihirullng property.
This discovery proved the poor shep
hcid't. undoing, for he Indlserimlnaie
lj used largo iiuuntltlfj:, green, fur Us
i xhilatating effect and soon died,
poisoned by its use.
In the sixteenth century, It was iutio
dueed into Kruiicc, and was used s.o
strong and excessively, particularly by
the Parisians that it was found to In
jure alike the complexion and digestion.
Tills discovery prevented Its general in
troduction into other Kuropenn coun
tries for the next century.
Since that period, Its growth has
gradually .-.pread through the civilized
world, despite thu fact thai pain ami
destruction follow its path, dyspepsia
having been hardly known before Its
Introduction. Jt is a "nerve stimulant"
and narcotic poison, and though in no
.sense a food, )s used for lis stimulat
ing principle, Caffeine, which excites
the nerves unuUJurully and wastes tlie
leservo force i)f tlie" body. Coffee
drives the nerves for a time, stimulating-
them beyond, their uatural' function,
and using up till their reserve force.
After the first Affects are past, comes
breaking down of the nt-rvo centres and
general nervou.OleWnkumoui. Follow
ing this In mariy but not all cases Is
a long train of.' misery, among which
the principal symptoms, avu dryness hi
mouth and throat, headache, lilllouh
ness, pains ln- stomach or abdomen,
pain in eyes and1 head, loss or appetite,
dyspepsia and o on through a long,
long list, but the one ciiuko of all the
different .symptoms Js the same.
Tlie nerves have- been broker, down:
their reserve force is gone. Many of
the symptoms of .poisoning ure cxtiemo
nervousness, restlessness, anguish of
mind nnd heart, excessive relaxation
of body and brain, gloominess, Inability
to think correctly, l? at
night, drowsiness l Oio morning, etc.
A lady from fjebastopol, Cal,, writes,
"f was a sk'k and poisoned woman
when I began tquse Postum Food Cof
fee In placa ofcoffeo mid after two
years steady use, I find tlat Postum
fnothes tint nerves nnd builds them
nip, storing reserve totca and strensth
Ifor lime of need, enabling one to sleep
well, awake refreshed and bright for
r:nct day's task; It digests easily, builds
mid tones up the stomach and also
Imllds up a good, strong brain, ready
lor any mental strain or toll." Name
Klven by Ponluni c, Ilattle Creek,
Well-Known Erie Engineer in a Low
Condition A .Shock Received
While Crossing Starucca Trestle in
His Engine Hastened the Crisis in
His Ailment.
It will be depre.-sing news to the wide
circle of friends of Engineer George
Hliss, of Washington place, that he is
in an almost dying- condition from a
nervous trouble, which has so involved
his general health that his recovery is
despaired of.
Mr. Bliss, who has been suffering
from an Impairment of his nervous sys
tem for several months, readied a crisis
in his condition a. few weeks ago by an
occurrence while making ills customary
run on the Jefferson branch of the Ei.
While his engine was creeping over the
trestle at Starucca, which is being filled
in, the frame work suddenly sank. The
disturbance caused the engine to agi
tate and sway as if It were to topple
over. The fear that the locomotive was
going to dash him to n terrible fate
was too great for Hliss to shake off and
he collapsed. After returning to his
homo in this city, lie grew alarmingly
worse and has continued to loose In en
ergy and strength. The ailment from
vhlohhe suffered took a fatal turn with
this happening on the trestle and his
life seems to be slowly ebbing. Despite
all the skill and aid or physicians and
heroic; treatment.
The sad condition of Mr. llllfts, who Is
exceedingly popular among railroad
men In this vicinity, and enjoys the
warmest friendships of a wide acquaint
ance, will be generally deplored.
Talks on "Ruskln's Message to the
Twentieth Century.
The llev. Dr. Dwlghl Illllls, who has
n national reputation, visited Carbon
dale last evening for the llrst time us
put guest, and delivered at the Grand
ids lecture, "Uttskln's Message to the
Twentieth Century," before the largest
audience that has attended the teach
ers' lnstlhtto lecture course. This was
the llnal number of the successful en
terprise. Dr. Illllls has a good presence and a
pleasing voice, even though It strikes
one us being somewhat hlgh-pltchcd,
ilo speaks with a rapidity that would
make an expert stenographer sttr him
self to keep up with the remarkably
ready flow or words. Ills pulpit ex
perience Is present iu his method ot
To Ruskln's Influence Dr. Illllls cred
ited six of the eight great social re
forms or the last half century. Ho was
the llrst to establish the moral obli
gation of wealth and poverty by giving
all that he possessed, nearly two mill
ions ot dollars, the milts of hla toll, to
the poor, finally taking tip his abode in
Wliltechnpel, in London. Ritskln was
the man who went over to the honfo
of art and from the marble palaces
took back the great collection of the
beautiful In art, bestowed' them among
the iioor, brightened their homes and
made possible that the poorest child In
this land can today have, for u cent,
copies or the great masterpieces that
Queen KllzabPth cotild not obtuln. It
was rtusklu who founded the college
settlements, the university extension
project and the establishment of read
ing libraries over several nations. He
diffused the beautiful and the useful
among the poor, and through these
means of education was u factor In the
great fruits ot progress that we are
now enjoying.
Dr. Hlllls' lecture was most compre
hensive and was lately enjoyable for its
satire ami wit and bright bumoi, be
sides Its beauty of rhetoric. It wnp a
fitting close to a splendid lecture course
that the ptibllc-splrltedness or Superin
tendent Garr provided for Carbondall
nns at a nominal cost, just sufficient to
meet tlie expenses.
Duffy' Pure Malt Whlakcy Cures
nronchltl.H, drip, Consumption
and All Disease of tlie
Throat and Iaiiirs.
If your, throat Is weak, or It you are
troubled In any wny with grip or bron
chitis: If you havo consumption, Duffy's
Pino Malt Whiskey will cure you, It aids
digestion, stimulates and emlchcs the
blood, Invigorates the. brain, builds nervo
tissue, tones up tho heart, cures malaria,
aguo and low overs o any kind! fortllles
tho system against disease germs and pro
longs life.
Gentlemen: Early last spring I wan
taken with Chronic Malm-la. 1 began to
lose flcslv Droachltls set In and catarrh
of the air pnssnges followed. I tried most
everything, but found no relief, till I took
Duffy's Malt AVhlskey. 1 commenced
Raining strength and after taking itrtceu
bottles 1 had gained 40 pounds which I
hail lost before 1 began taking your
whiskey. 1 would advise all who iiavo
similar trouble to take Duffy's Malt
Whiskey. It has cured mo from troubles
when nothing cleo would give me relief.
Sept. 7, lPie. Cora polls, Pj.
lie cai-ofnl and see that "DuITy's Pino
Malt Whiskey" Is on the label, and that
It Is our own patent bottle with the name
blown In tho bottle. This Is tho only way
Duffy'H Pure Malt AVhlskey, Is sold, if
offered in bulk or In flasks It Is a fraud.
Rcwaro of no-called Malt Whiskies which
aie sold cheap. They Injure the system.
"The Chaperons" Here Tonight
Makes Rig- Hit in Scranton.
"The Chaperons," which will be al
tlie Grand this evening, made a decided
hit in Scranton Wednesday night, when
it was produced at the Lyceum. The
pres-: of that city had glowing accounts
oi' how well the show was received by
theatergoers, who are accustomed to
witnessing the best there is iu theatri
cals, Among these highly complimentary
evening papeis:
" 'The Chaperons,' one of the bright
est comedy suecesse:; of two seasons,
was produced at the Lyceum last night
before a large audience that showed Its
appreciation by almost continuous ap
plause. It was one of the most enter
taining productions seen on the local
stage this year. It is a musical satlru
on the society chaperon, with the scene
of the first act laid timid the unconven
tional gaieties of the Latin quarter in
Paris. The habitat or the characters In
the second not Is equally well selected
fur the motif of tint piece. 1 1 Is laid
In one of the big hotels where tourists
gather Iu Cairo, In both acts the fun
ran fast and furious and noi an In
stant passed without some ludicrous sit
uation, The company contains some sixty peo.
pie, among whom are .several of the best
lyric comedy artists on the stage. Eva
Tanguay, Trlxle Frlganza, Walter
Jones, George K, Henry, ICd, Kedway,
and Sadie Fisher, were some of the
foremost In a throng In which all were
Recoveied from Eye Injury.
Chris Mattan, of S3 Canaan street, has
resumed his usual occupation at tho
Hendricks works, after ttuvo weeks'
Idleness, owing to an Injury lie received
to (lis eye, A piece of steel flow Into
tlie organ and tor a time the loss of his
eyesight was despaired of, Under , tho
caie of Dr. AV. AV, Fletcher, however,
lift made u rapid lecovery and is now
fully restored.
He Will Speak at St. Paul's Lutheran
Sunday evening next at T.;:0 o'clock,
this inlssionaiy from Ghina, who Is
staying here with his parents for the
restoration of his broken health, will
favcJr the youngest of the Carbondale
churches with a suitable address as an
eye-witness and one of tlie many suf
ferers with his family during the cruel
reign of the Boxers. A free offering
will be taken for educational purposes
for a Chinese girl, having lost her par
ents in the massacre. This girl has
been adoptee1, by the doctor.
Our church itself Is a creation of mis
sion work, supported by the mission
funds of the Pennsylvania mliilsterlum,
and therefore is expected a good at
tendance of tlie members and their
many friends.
About next January a missionary of
our own foreign mission in India, will
come to visit our Wilkes-Dane confer
ence district, and will also be here.
God bless the mission work every
where, and their faithful workers.
Rev. F. Khinger, Pastor.
Sent to Jail.
John O'Hara, of Spencer street, was
committed to the county jail on Wed
nesday night by Alderman Baker, in
defuult of payment of a tine of $2, im
posed on him for violating the com
pulsory educational law by not send
ing his son to school. This is the first
seveie penalty In the crusade against
offending parents.
A Mothers' Meeting-.
Woman's Christian Temperance
union will hold a mothers' meeting at
the home of Mrs. John Mllligan, Sum
mit avenue, opposite Thorn avenue.
Friday alternoou, at :: o'clock, All
bring your thimbles. Mrs. McMltm,
.Superintendent; Mrs. Davis, Recording
Daffy's Pare Halt Whiskey
Is the only purely medicinal whiskey
which has Btood tho test for fifty years,
and always found absolutely pure and
free from fusel oil. It contains medicinal
properties found In no other whiskey.
Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey lias cured
millions of cases iu tho last .'i0 years. It
Is prescribed by over 7,000 doctors and
used exclusively by -.',000 prominent hos
pitals. Caution When buyine Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get
the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers,
mindful of the excellence of this
preparation, will try to sell you cheap
limitations and so-called malt Whis
key substitutes, which are put on the
market for profit only, and -which,
far from relieving' the sick, are posi
tively harmful. Demand "Duffy's"
and be sure you get it. It is the only
absolutely pure malt whiskey which
contains medicinal, health-giving-qualities.
Look for the trade-mark,
"The Old Chemist," on our label.
The genuine at all druggists and grocers
or direct, $1.00 a bottle. It Is the only
whiskey recognized by the Government as
a medicine. Tills is a. guarantee. Valu
able medicinal booklet containing symp
toms and treatment of diseases and con
vincing testimonials sent free to any
reader of the Scranton Tribune who will
write. Duffy Malt Whiskey Company,
Rochester, X. A'.
"df Jw
Scranton's Shopping; Center
It's the goods behind the ad
vertising that make a store
though some stores seem to think
advertising is ail that's necessary.
What you see in the papers
is only half of advertising, the
other half is to back up the state-
j ments with the goods. Some
I .stores stop half way.
VIM ijllllilu
Think how many millions of the little things people use I
Why, it almost seems as if they must have come in regular storms from across the sea from
Ireland, France, Switzerland and some of the plain ones from America. As early as September
we had Hurries November brought regular snow storms of them and the clouds and clouds that
have come in December seem like a blizzard. And yet we can hardly get enough to satisfy people.
Then, no matter how large the lots, some particular styles would be picked out and gone in a
twinkling. But we've been mora fortunate this year than ever before in our selections, and all the
pretty, ones aren't gone yet. Why, bless you, they're ALL pretty! Some haven't even been shown
yet. in spito of all our space.
How is it that we get so many more pretty ones than ever before? It's the natural law of
things to improve or deteriorate according to the forces which control them. And we've been ad
vancing that's all. It's easy enough to single out our shortcomings of one year and correct them
by the next. The next year's mistakes are fewer and fewer until they are discernible to our
selves alone.
Of Course, We Will.
A bill has been Introduced in con
gress to authorize a federal building In
Carbondale. We sincerely hope tho
"Pioneer City" of old Luzerne will get
It. That tlie people will be happy
Wltkcs-BareaiiH know from experience,
-Wilkos-riarre Record.
Death of a Child.
Adelbuit Ray, the ten months and
live days old twin son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adelbert K. Wadeinan, of No. 13
street died Wednesday evening
cerebral spinal meningitis.
Relief Corps Enteitnlned.
The following ladles of tlie Ladles'
Relief corps spent Tuesday at the homo
of Mrs, C. Mltlan, of S3 Canaan street,
The following- were present: Mrs,
Charles l.anieranx, Mr. Charles Low
den, Mrs, J. Rounds, Mrs. Kiedeiicl,
Mrs, !. J, Foster, Mrs. L. Carlton, Mrs.
R, Scull, Mrs, w, Knapp and Mrs. .Vow
ton. Engagement Is Announced,
The engagement Is announced of Miss
rteliuda lUsKlnh, daughter of Mrs. II.
Hlgglna, of South Carbondale, to MaJ
thew J. Murphy, formerly of Carbon
dale, but now located In Uayonuc, N, J,,
where ho Is business manager of the
Uayonne Herald and Register, Both
parties are widely known In Carbondale
and to the numerous well-wishing
fi-t'i!- ihN will b- n pi-aslng bit of
Kred C. Watt and wife (nee Miss
Kllzabeth Moyles) have returned from
their wedding .tour and are at home at
GO Washington .street, the home of the
groom's mother, Mrs. J. 12. Watt.
Mr. and Mrs. AV. Ifanklns, of Dulttlh.
Minn., are in the city to attend tho
Watt-Atherton nuptials, which will be
celebrated In the First Presbyterian
church Thursday afternoon next.
The members of Lackawanna canin,
No. 70, Woodmen of the World, at tho
conclusion of their business session on
Wednesday evening-, repaired to iho
Windsor hotel, where they held n ban
quet in honor of visiting lneinheis of
the fraternity and a few local guests,
be some encourage-
If the consumptive
only keep trom gettin
it would
Scott's Knuilsion at least
gives tired nature a breathing
spell. The nourishment and
strength obtained from Scott's
Emulsion are a great relief lo
the exhausted system,
This treatment alone often
enables the consumptive to
gather force enough to throw
off the disease altogether,
Scott's Emulsion brings
strength to the lungs and flesh
to the body.
Seal for Free SauipU
SCOTT & BOWNE.CbtmUU, 49 Purl St., N. Y.
All elaborate menu was served by Pro
prietor Kdmunds, which was thorough
ly enjoyed. After the covers had been
removed, several toasts were given.
Thomas Hendricks was toastmaster,
and responses were made by Dlstilot
Deputy A. L. Gurney, Albert Nlchol, ot
Camp Crystal! Attorney Carey and
Postmaster Grlfllths. Vocal selections
were rendered by Richard Hocking and
L. A. Green, and the pleasant affair
will be remembered for some time by
those fortunate enough to be present.
Mrs. Samuel Temby is confined to her
home at West Mayliehl by Illness.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
George Hall, of Mayfleld, died on Wed
nesday evening of pneumonia. Tho
funeral will take place this afternoon.
There was 110 change In the condition
or 'Squire Robinson yesterday.
Timothy Gllhool, of South Main
street, was slightly injured by being
squeezed between cars while at work
in the mines, Wednesday. He was at
tended by I3r. Shields and Ir. Jackson.
His injuries, fortunately, are not seri
ous. The borough council will hold Its
regular meeting this evening.
C. F. Baker, of the linn of Willman &
Baker, Is In- New York city purchasing
Christmas goods. Mrs. Raker accom
panied him.
William Allen, of Peckville, was in
town Wednesday evening.
A child of Mr. and Mrs. George Har
vey, of West Mayfleld, is seriously ill.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 23c.
The funeral of Patrick Fadden was
held yesterday morning and was one of
thu largest that has taken place hero'
for some time. Hundreds gathered at
the family home on Duumore street
and viewed tlie remains, which reposed
lu a beautiful brocaded casket, which
was almost covered with (lowers from
sorrowing friends. At 10 o'clock tho
long procession slowly moved to St.
Patrick's church, where a requiem high
mass was celebrated by Rev. .1. J,
O'Doiinell, who also preached the
funeral sermon, in hla remarks Father
O'Doiinell spoke of the exemplary life
of the deceased young1 man, whose sad
taking away has deeply wounded tho
hearts of those dear to him. Tho Holy
Name society sang "Jesus, Savior of
My Soul," nnd "Calvary" was rendered
very reellugly by Miss Lizzie Denipse),
At the close of the service the cortege
proceeded to St. Patrick's cemetery,
wnero tne departed was laid at rest,
The Holy Name, Father Mathew soci
eties and the United Mine Workers of
this plaeo attended In a body, Tho
casket was borne by, Andrew Rest,
Martin Mooney, John ' Lynch, Joseph
Gibbons, John Murphy and Peter
Grimes. Tho (lower-carriers were Jo
seph McGoff, James Ilobau, Walter
Williams and .lames Cannon.
Tim man-lago of Miss May Jones and
R. Percy James, of illakely, has been
announced. The ceremony tool; place
at AVllkes-ISarre two weeks ago. 'Mrs.
Jumes Is the daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Robert Jones anil Is a young lady of
charming personality. The groom la a
graduate of Harvard university and
tho university of Trinity college, Tor
onto. Tlitlr many friends extend to
them their best wishes lor a happy
wedded life.
Invitations have been received for the
wedding of David J, Coleman, of this
place.-aiul Sadie Stage, of Peckville, to
take place next "Wednesday at the home
of the bride.
Thu obsequies of the late Charles
filockberger took place from the family
home on Main stieet, Hlakely, yester-
Women's (linen)
Hemstitched, Sic. to 00c.
Embroidered, 25c. to $3.00.
Lace Edged, 23c. to $10.00.
Swiss (cotton)
l'hnbroldored, 9c. up to V.'c. each.
Plain, Do. up to 12ie. each.
Lace Kdged, lflc. up to 25c. each.
Men's (cotton)
Plain while, or a variety of pretty patterns, 5c.
Letter grades lu white and colored borders, 10c.
up to 20c. each.
Plain Linen
Hemstitched, inc. up to fiuo. each.
ICxtra. large sizes iu line linen, iiOe. each; $2.75 for
half dozen. .
All of our 25c. handkerchiefs are sold at $2.75 a
dozen, or Jl.US for half dozen.
Initial (linen)
Fine grade of linen, 25c. each, or $l.oS for box of
half dozen.
Still a better one, 50c. each, or $2.75 for box of
half dozen.
Wc could sell more of this handkerchief
if we had more just as pretty this one is not
varied enough and so on. The result is we've
had 110 end of praise and no censure. Yes some
people actually complain that there are so many
styles and all so pretty that it makes it harder
for them to select and, before thev know it,
they've bought more than they intended!
Some people come in to buy for gifts and
lay some by for extras and then are 'So afraid
they'll have lo give them away, when they just
wanted to keep them for themselves." Just
like a woman. Think of it.
each; $1.33 for box of
25c. each; $1.38 for
Initial (linen)
Fine sheer hemstitched,
half dozen.
Medium weight, hemstitched,
box of half dozen.
Fancy boxes, containing ?. handkerchiefs, plain
while ol1 colored border, 13c. a box.
Fancy boxes of Initial Handkerchiefs, plain white
or colored border, with colored initial, 3 to a
box, 23c.
Silk Handkerchiefs
Plain, 10c. to $1.00.
Twilled, 50e. to 73:.
Initialed, 50c. and use.
All hemstitched.
Among Men's Furnishings
House-Coats, Rath-Rubes. Sweaters, Knit Jackets,
Neckties, Suspenders, Mulllers and livening Dress
Everything In great variety, and as carefully cho
sen as though It were to go Into the most exclusive
single-line store, and much lower In price.
.Tusl a hint of the different things:
The best $5 Houso.-Coats we know they are, for
we have "shopped around.
The best $5 Rlanket Robes we make them our
selves. Sweaters, $1.50 to $5.00.
Knit Jackets, $1.50 lo $B.30.
50c. Neckwear in endless variety.
Silk .Suspenders ono pair lu 11 box 50c. to $2.50.
Kvenlng Dress Protectors, $1.00 to $1.50.
To say nothing of the full variety of Shirts,
Nightshirts. Pajamas, Collars and Cuffs good gifts
if it's in the family.
More room now, and more people lo serve you.
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Mufflers (silk)
Black Brocaded, $1.00 to $2.00.
White Brocaded, S1.00 to $2.00.
Twilled, plain black nnd navy blue, $1.00.
Black Barathea (extra large), $1.50 to $2.00.
Handsome colored designs, $1.00 to $3.00.
Eiderdown Wrappers
and Blanket Robes
The cold weather has brought them out In force
no woman needs to be told of tho warmth and com
fort they give.
Women's Neckwear
Needn't be expensive to be pretty, and every -woman
knows that a dainty collar will often make an
old waist new.
Hosiery and Underwear
The lowering temperature sharply suggests warm
underwear and hosiery.
Never a greater variety than now; the finest
grades made; tho lowest priced that are worthy.
Children's Coats
Kvery kind of coat mothers could wish for or
babies, cither and some at lower prices than usual.
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day afternoon at 1 o'clock. There was
11 very large attendance or friends of
the deceased man. The services were
conducted by Rev. S. H. Moon, pastor
uf the Peckville Presbyterian church.
At the conclusion of the services the
remains wore viewed and later taken
to Union cemetery, accompanied by the
large funeral cortege, ami Interred, The
pall-bearers were tlrllllth Jones, .lames
Bolten. Alexander Frew, C O. Sutton,
John Taylor and Mr. Simpson.
Tho IB-nioiitlis-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Matinews, 01 iiiuu nit,
in.,!,.,!,. ,iiii vi'sterdav morning ot
convulsions. The funeral will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, In
terment will bo made u Ridge ceme-
tory. , ...
The collieries of this place were Idle
yesterday, on account of the funeral ot
Patrick Fadden.
I.lst of unclaimed letters remaining
al Taylor postofllco lor persons un
known. Domestic, V, H. Carey, John P,
Davis, I. A. Daniels, Miss Nellie Mose
y; foreign, Antonio I.azelll, -Myo llloj,
Arnold Puskus, t'ieorge MarsccI, John
W. Reese.
The Lackawanna company will pay
the einpltfyes !' their eight collieries
.Mrs. !:. K. Weston, of PllWlon. was
the guest of her mother, -Mrs, ?nju
mill Reese, of drove sereot, oil Wednes
Tho members of llio Ladles' AM so
ilety ot the Calvary Daptltt church en
joyed n delightful tea yesterday after
noon, which was served In. the parlors
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From now on we must expect to be favored with
periodical rain and snow storms; it's perfectly natural
that we should have them,
Are you prepared to defy them; is that umbrella
of yours dependable ?
If not, you'd better see
I'M Lacka. Ave.
He has just received an enormous stock of
Plenty of styles to select from; plenty of willing
clerks to assist you in doing it, and plenty satisfaction
for your investment
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
for children teetlilus. is the itrescilptlo.i of
one of the best Miimlu phhlclaiis and
mil sea III the I'lilted Stales, and liau been
used sixty scars with never-fulling tue
cess by millions of mothers for their chil
dren. During the process of teething Its
value Is Incalculable. It relieves the child
from pain, cures diarrhoea, gilplug In the
bowels, and wind colic. Ry giving health
lo Hie child It rests Ihc. mother. Price
twenty-llvo cents a bottle
of iho chtinli. yesterday was thu reg
ular weekly meeting and after tho reg
ular iiiutjue w.oi-L was through the
mcmbeis sat ilonn and partook of the
tea which was si-rvcd by tlie junior
The Taylor basket ball team will have
as their opponents this (.Veiling at the
WVisciilluh auditorium, the strong
.Manhattans, of North Scranton, which
is lonsideied a strong aggregation.
Missis. W- 11. Davenport, Andrew
Neaglel, Charles Hgbert and W. It.
Davenport, are homo after a succosful
hunting trip to Pike county. They se
cured a deer and other game.
All persons having an account ill the
Cahary Haptlst church saving bank
are requested to have their books at the
postollUe no later than this Friday ev
ening, Ruuciio Reese, secretary
The Misses Halter, of Main street, en
tertained as their guests on Wednesday
evening, the Misses Martha Rogers, of
West Plttsion. and (ieiirude Simmons,
of lUndliuin.
Meters, C. 11. Van Horn and ICdwlu
Allen are candidates lor tho otllco of
Justice of the peace made vacant by tui
death uf V. P, Uiillltiis.
W. .1. Davis, of North Main street, ts-l
home Hum Philadelphia, where he at
tended the winter swslon of the 1'nder-
takers' association.