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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1902,
Rev. de Gruchy's Sixth Anniversary First
Sermon by Rev. Wrightnour.
Other Church News.
Tlio sixth anniversary of Rev. Dr.
Thomas ilc (iruehy's pustorato nt the
Jackson stieet Hapt'.st rhureh was oh
sorved yesterday. It wtm a prreut rally
diiy, unil the pastor and people rejoiced
over tlio years of labor ncr.ompllsho.d.
The choir, tinder tlio leadership of Prot.
I.owls Davis, lulidcred special linisln
fur the occasion. Large cotiRveKn lions
woie present at hoth the services.
The church has now a membership of
four hundred, and a Sunday school en
rollment of live hundred. Darius' the
past six years the Jackson street Hap
tlst church has made wonderful pi ok
ross In all departments of Chrlstlnt
The bulldlnjy Is n. credit to the d
nomination, having been renovated In
side and out, and presents a beautll'ii'
appearance. The church Is composed
largely of younf? people nnd Is nil ug
In the morning the pastor save a
resume of his six years' labors. Among
other things ho said:
T carao among you with fear and trem
bling, conscious of tlio groat opportunity
l be field afforded, and also conscious nf
ibo mnny difficulties tho Hold presented.
Thn groat debt oil tbe church was a
most discouraging burden, but f was
encouraged by tbe enthusiasm you man
ifested to face with you every known ob
ligation, and through faith nnd prnje-r
wo have turned difficulties Into grand
opportunities, so that to-day the Jack
son street Uapllst church need fear no
Few churches have accomplished more,
considering tho dtfllcuHIrn wo have been
called to overcome. To-day we may well
rejoice together nnd share tho blessing
and sucochs that have crowned these sis
years of labor.
Our prospects for the future are bright,
let your faith In Ood and in the church
keep your enthusiasm nurnlns bright.
"Let us consecrate ourselves to the de
mands of tho hour. Ood has always a
blessing for tho consecrated chut oh. I
know of no drearier spcetaolo than n
church upon whoe altars the. fire of
consecration baa gono out. Lost onthu
siusm, lost consecration, lost conviction,
means lost faith. Consecration dies
when tho llamo of faith expires.
Last evening Rev. Albert II. Smith,
pastor of the North Main avenue Hap
tist church, preached a most eloquent
sermon on "God's Tdeal City." A large
congregation wns present and the sing
ing was excellent. Thus closed sis
years of prosperity and blessing. lie v.
Mr. Smith spoke in part as follows:
AVhatover else may bo said of the age
In which wo live it Is intensely practical.
Our special need is a. ministry of Ideals.
I invito your attention to the ideal city.
Looked at from the standpoint of human
history or divine revelation tlio crucial
FIE! FREE! FREE!
Five stamns rriven'awav with
each bottle of Dufour's French Tar
G. W. JENKINS.
i far Annual
I Umbrella Exhibit
Opens This Morning-
In point of merit, it stands without a rival iu our history,
irad when we say that, it is equivalent to saying the Umbrella
trade of Northeastern Pennsylvania, for there is no other stock
iu the territory named that will compare with ours.
There's more artistic beauty in the Umbrellas shown this sea
son than we have ever seen, so that as Christmas gifts they have a
new claim on the discriminating- buyer that cannot be overlooked.
Tlie Assortment of Handles
Is superb. The jeweler, the silversmith, the carvers of ivory,
pearl and fancy woods have joined in their several arts to pro
duce inarvelou3 loveliness.
The Frames and Covers Are Unexcelled
In quality and perfection of workmanship. Steel rods and
close rollers every one of them. Best Paragon frames and covets
of pure Silk most of them guaranteed for two years.
For Ladies, We Offer Umbrellas
With Ivory, Pearl, Box and other fancy Wood handles, with
Sterling Silver or Gold trimmings; also inlaid woik, and perfect
ly plain, the beauty depending on the designs nnd quality of the
materials used. Covers mostly twilled silk Guaranteed for two
$0.00, 58.50, $7.50, 57.00, SG.OO,
56.00, 55.50 and 55.00.
Umbrella, the very best made, with
exquisite handles of various kinds;
mounted In silver and solid gold. . . .
Bare good values at 54.50 (equal to any 50,00 Umbrella
we've seen yet); 52.50, with heavy silk cover and beautiful se
lection of handles, and 54.00, the latter being the equal of anv
55.00 Umbrella. Others at 53,50, 53,00, 52.50, 52.OO, 51.50 and
The variety of handles is unlimited. Ivory, Pearl, Horn and
Woods of many kiuds are used with rare skill, and often blended
with silver, gold or inlaid work. Heavy twilled bilk on the best
Paragon frames, with hollow steel rods, mako a light, elegant
nnd wonderfully durable umbrella. The flue qualities, such as
these immediately following, mako handsome Christmas gifts
58,00, 57.50, 57.OO, S0.50,
56.00, 55.50 and 55,00.
All of the above are guaranteed for two yeats' service.
Other Good Umbrellas nt
54.00, 53,50, 53.OO, 52,50, 52.OO, 51,50 and 51,00 each.
At SLl.O We offer an umbrella for gentlemen, with
L rT3r hoavyall silk twilled cover (guaranteed), best
horn handles, hollow steel rod, Paragon frame A 4. rt ,
and a close roller. They're worth ?l moie, . , , At tPJ-.gO
COME IN AND SEE THE UMBREL- & '
LA SHOW-IT'S INTERESTING. ,
I Glob? Wareboiis?. 1
point In the world's redemption Is tho
city. Abrahnm went forth seeking "A
city whoso builder and worker was Clod."
John saw tho Holy City coming down
to earth. It was ltlsniarck who said:
"(Ireat cities uro great sores on tlio
b.ly politic." What tho oily Is tho
ontintry comes to bo. London Is England,
Suvo tho city and you save the nation.
Turning to the prophecy or Hneharlah
wo notion that ho Is In harmony with
tho other prophets who caught a. vllon
K13V. THOMAS 1)K GIIITMIY, D. D.,
1'astor of tho Jackson Stieet Baptist
of millennial glory In patting a city and
ehlldipn at play. Child HIV at play .n
the streets of the city. If that is tiuo
three things must come in p.it-s heforn
we have the ideal city on cailh.
I'lrsl liidusltlal problems! must be
solved. The father must earn the living
so that tho child can bo fieo to pl.iy.
Second The children miiL lie lit for
Third The streets must bo lit for tho
Concerning this Hist question, let us
hasten to note that we are now woiking
out the development of an bullish lal
civilization. Swords uro being beaten In
In America wo deolded about foily
years ago that the laboring man should
be a free man rather than a slave. Now
we are working oat tho second half or
till great question, which is Industrial
security. "Wo cught not to lose
sight of tho fact that while tl.
to loose sight of tho fact that while this
second half of the groat pioblem of tree
labor Is being worked out, foreign em
mlgration. organized capital and a har
nessing of tho forees of nature by moan?
of improved machinery have complicated
tho situation. Tho lemely Is to l.o
found, not so much In, Irglslation. .is In
tho personal elllclonoy and individual
worth of the laborer himself. In tlio
ideal city this question will be solved.
There win ho no pinciied-faood, under-
grown, careworn boys nnrl rtlrl, dcaRglnn
IhomselVcs homo fiom factories or
Wo aro beglnnliiB to understaitit Ihnt
a pl.nj'groiind Is ns necessary for tho city
slums as tho Sunday school. Tho chil
dren shall bo fit for tho streets. Tho
mothers nhalt bo fit to bo mothers and
(ho fallmra fit to bo fathers. Women will
bo tniiBht thai line nnd noblo mother
hood In tho crown of woman's existence,
to bo entered upon not llghtlv, but as a
snored privilege. Women wilt bo called
bach to tho homo elrclo to servo their
Uod, Children bavo the rljrht to be well
born, of lutclliaont and conscientious
parents. Tho child who lcnvc tho Im
press of bis personality on the Ideal city
will bo born In 11 home where Clnlst Is
It I m;.
Tho slrcels shall bo 111 for Iho Chit
dien. Thoro will bo nothing to hurt thr
physical, nionlal, or spiritual life of the
child. Stan cooperating with Clod, will
bring1 this to pnsj. God shall be gtorl
fled and Iho Ideal reached through 11 re
deemed, Ood Inhabited humanity.
In fhe sticcls of tho Ideal city lliero
will bo no obscene literature, no foul
language, no unholy pictures, no low
theaters or disgusting bill boards; art
and music will not lend their potent min
istry to vice. The measure In whleh chlld
tlfo Is safe from defilement on tho street
Is Hi" nieasino of the saltiness of eluls
Mnn citizenship. A tiuo christian Is an
Some dear, good people ldl ui there
Is so much eoiruptlon In city govern
ment we (.lioiild not touch It. If Jesus
f'hrlsl had acted on that philosophy llo
would have stayed hi Heaven. It was the
loss of purity on man's part that brought
the Saviour to the world. The antiseptic
C'hilstlan Is needed In politics for
three reasons, boenupo of tho corruption,
becatiao bo bus all Ideal, because ho will
take hold of tho woild in It Is and woilt
by practical menus for tho attainment
of tho ideal.
followers of .fesus of Nns'.arolh, you
cannot uffnril to bo indifferent to civic
life until tho streets of your city are froo
fiom everything that would hurt tho life
of a child.
lle. J. S. Wrightnour, V. D., the now
pastor of tho First Baptist church,
.South Main avenue, preached his Intro
duUory sermon yesterday morning to a
urge eongretrntlon, taking' his text
I'roni I Corinthians, siil-7: "Love
hopelh all things." The discourse was
attentively listened to, and Dr. Wright
nour made a very favorable impies-slon
on his hearers. He spoke, in part, aa
Tho most hopeful thing in all the world
Is care. A mother's lovo never dospahs
of tbe child Ood has given her, though
othois may, and do. They aro hopeless
ot any reform In him, and when he is
down thorn me plenty to give him a ltick.
Hut that Is because they do not lovo him,
as she does, for love hopotb all things.
Thuiu has boon caso after caso whero
love, pcisistent, unfaltering, has 10
deemed men from somo evil habit.
la then the lovo foolish wftich hopeth
all tblngb? The npostlo evidently did not
think so, or he would not have wiltten
this wondeifiil paen of praise of spiritual
lovo which should abldo when all other
gifts of tho early church should pass
away. Whut wo need then In undertaking
any oik for Christ Is to have a baptism
of lovo, to bo ovei whelmed in the won
derful, patient, hopeful lovo ot Clod.
An Enjoyable Gathering.
The many friends of Mrs. John O.
Jones surprised her at the home ot her
daughter, Mrs. Mileah Davles, of
Twelfth stieet, Friday evening. Tho
event, of the evening was thn leading of
11 very appropriate poem, In both the
Welsh and Knglish languages, which
was composed by the Rev. D. P.
Jones on tho occasion of Mrs. Jones'
Tilth birthday. The poem was compos
ed of the following words:
How happy we have met today,
In lovo and peace together,
Tho young and old In joyous way
To greet our dear mother;
How thankful should wo bo to Uod,
Tor lite so Ions and useful,
The path of virtue sliu has nod.
And always tiuo and faithful.
The guests wore most enjoyably en
tei tuined and a very sumptuous lunch
eon was sened by Mrs. Mattlo Davles,
Mrs. Louis Davles, Mrs. AY. Uyron Kv
ans and Mrs. Thomas Phillip's.
Following is a list of the guests who
wore present: Mrs. D. P. Jones, Mrs.
Samuel 1 lodgers, Mrs. Ehenezor Jen
kins. Mis. John Itodinond, Mrs. H. I.
lOvuus Mrs. Kllss.i Howen, Mrs. Kofse
Hooks, Mis. John Kynon, Mrs. Luther
Jones, Mrs. Benjamin W. Evans, Mrs,
Knoch Davis, Mr. Martha Davis, Mrs.
Eleaer Ilvans, Mrs. II, F. Ferber, Mrs.
Samuel Morgan, Mrs. Thomas Phillips,
Wilkes-Uane; Mis. Henjamin Hughes,
Mis. Hugene Fern, Mrs. John Bradley,
.Mrs. Willi. 1111 llrunlng, and Mrs. Ben
Alter a most delightful evening the
many guests depaited, wishing Mrs.
Jones ni.inj 11101 e happy years ndded to
Funerals of Children.
Tho funeral services over tlio 10
mains of Alfred, the lT-months-old
child of Mr, and Mrs. Islah Marshall, of
Washington, X. J wore held Saturday
afternoon at the homo of Mr. ami Mis.
William D. Morgan, 11:25 Bock street,
whoie many sympathizing friends were
gathered. Kev. T. A. Humphreys, pas
tor of the Plymouth church, ofllclatod,
nnd the pall-bearers were four cousins
of the deceased child. Interment was
made In the Washburn street cemetery.
The funeral of Gerald, the Infant
child of Mr, and Mrs, Edward McGoff,
nf KIT Balhoad avenue, ocouried yes
terday afternoon. Interment was made
In the Cathedral cemetery,
EVENTS OF THIS EVENING.
Thoin will bo a regular meeting of St.
Biendon's council. Young Men's Institute,
nt their rooms this ovonlng, when ofiicers
will bo elected, after which a smoker will
bo enjoyed, ,
The choir of tho Jackson Stioot Baptist
church will meet this owning to rohc.n.jo
Iho Christmas music.
Memhors of tho Spotteis' baso ball dub
aro rctpiestcd to meet this evening at tho
homo of .Samuel Holvoy on Eynon stleit.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The officers of tho Second dlstllct of
tho Catholic Total Abstinence union were
entertained yesleiday afternoon by mem
born of St, C'ec.dln'.i Ladles' society In St.
A niuubir of visitors from C'aibondalo
and North Seranton weio tho guests of
St- Patiick's lilsh Cathollo Benevolent
union ut St, Loo's rooms S.uuulay oven.
An enjoyable social wbh held Satin day
evening nt thn Young Women's CluUtlan
association room on South Main avenue.
Tho altendaneo and memburshlp Is grow
William Benjamin, of Kingston, who re
turned on Satuiday from n llvo mouth'
vlsdt In Wales, is tho guest of his Muter,
Mrs. Jcunnette Lewis, of West Locust
-Miss Elizabeth Thomas, of Noith Oar
fluid uvenue, clerk nt T. E. Price's news
stand, has resumed her duties after a
Mr. und Mis. Thomas Davis, of North
Main avenue, oulei tallied a party re
cently at their homu who previously had
enjoyed a tilp tluough Iho Diamond
mines, They wero Mr. and Mis. John
Tmomas, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Austin,
Mr, und Mrs. Frank Bussell, Mis. Will
iams, Corliio and UurolU Davis.
THE KNIGHTS OF ST. GEORGE
Held Their Annual Session In St.
Mary's Hall Ycatorday Afternoon,
Tho Fourteen Friends Hold an In-
, tercstiiig Meeting nnd Place Offi
cers In Nomination for the Coming
Year Programme of tho Junger
Mncnncrchor'a Concert Tomorrow
Night Funerrtl of John Kane.
Thorp wu.3 u very largo iillendaucc ut
yesterday's session nf Brnnch No. -in,
German Catholic Knights of St. George,
In St. Mary's hall, when olllcers for the
coining term woiu nominated nnd elect
ed, us follows: Spiritual advisor, Itev.
Peter C'lulst; dh color, Henry Croekin
berg; president, George J. Miller : vice
president, Charles Hcati: sccretaiy und
treasurer. Joseph Schneider, jr.; guard,
Michael Wetter. The olllcers-elect will
bo Installed the Hist Sunday In Janu
ary Mr. Klos, the roUtln? secretary
tioastirer, who has, held the ollleo sini 0
the Knights wore organized, could have
been re-eleclcd unanimously, but de
clined because of his early departure
Tho society has been organized about
six years and has a mcinbeislilp of 1SS
knights nnd sixty-seven lady members.
It is a beneficial and Insurance oigan
Izatlon, und is In a very prosperous con
dition. Tomorrow Night's Concert.
The concert which tukes place tomor
row night In the parish house on Hick
ory street, tinder the auspices of tho
Junger Mnennorchor society, will be
tho musical event of the season on this
side. It will bo given under tho direc
tion of Pror. Hanson, while the solo
parts will be taken by Mrs. Alfred
Guthelnz and C.ustuv Report. Charles
W. Doersam will act as accompanlat,
and tho readings will be given by M.
M. Bitter. The programme follows:
Hymn to Music Hlcbaul Wagner
The Gay Gitalin Chas. A. i:. Harils
Mis. Alfred Otithofn.
Absented von Waldo (Farewell to the
Pryles Aulman Rossini
Gustav N. Report.
(a) Die Ileimath Tsehirch
(b) Daholm 1st Doch Dahelm....Kuhwliold
Recitation M. M. Bitter
Muss t Dean (Farewell), Folk Song.
(a) Violets 1:. Wright
(b) Tho Blackbird Victor Harris
Mrs. Alfred Giithelnz.
Waldherfcn (Forest Harps).... Ed Scliultz
NTTBS OF NEWS.
Charles Klos, who has been a 1 evi
dent of this side for thirty-live years
and an old employe at the steel uorks,
will leave shortly .for Buffalo, to as
sume his old position with the Lacka
wanna Iron and Steel company.
News has been received by friends on
this side of the serious Illness or Ed
ward Melvln In Buffalo. Mr. Molvin
was formerly a prominent resident of
tho Twentieth ward, and for a time
conducted the Molvin house on Lacka
William Junssen, a resident of the
Nineteenth ward, and a pi inter by
trade, will seek the nomination for com
mon councilman, at the coming Repub
lican pi imarics.
The re-dedicatton of the Hickory
Street German Presbyterian church has
boon postooned until Sunday, Decem
The funeral of the late John Kane
took place Saturday morning tiom the
family residence, T30 Cedar avenue, and
was very largely attended. The remains
wero borne to St. Peter's cathedral,
whero a high mass of reciuiem was
suiiir nt U o'clock. Interment was after
wards mude in the Cathedral cemetery.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by all dealers.
.The Fourteen Friends met in annual
session at their headquarters Saturday
night. There was no opposition for the
various ofllccs, and tho nominations re
sulted ns follows: President, Dr. Al
bert Kolb; vlce-piesldent, Fred W.
KirclioiT; treasurer, John Schunk; re
cording secretary, Ben F. Moore; finan
cial secretary, William Ztesmor: stew
ard, Jam3 F. Best; sergeaut-at-arins,
Albert Holer. The election will take
place on tho second Saturday iu Janu
ary, The following committee was ap
pointed to make the necessary arrange
ments for the New Year's eve social:
Albeit Holer, Andiew Best and William
The school board met In regular ses
sion Saturday ovenlnir with nil mem.
hers present. A petition was received
ny 1110 uoant (rearing sixty-three sig
natures praying the board to open a
night school In No. 1 building'. Su
perintendent Hoban's renort showed
nn ontollmeni pf OSS males and 1,310
females with an nvr.iir nltinilanei
of 93 per cent. A groat falling off lu
aiionuanoo is noticed sinco work nns
boon resumed at tho mines, The su
peilntcnileiit also drew tho attention
of tho board to tho fact that there wrro
several cases for ti nancy In tho
K'houls and nsltod that tho compul
sory education law be enforced, lie
was nuthorloKd 10 take any needed
local action needed In tho name of tho
board. Thosalaiv of I lie Janitors woro
llxed, Thomas Welsh, ot No, I, will !
receive $23 per month; D. K. Crawford,
of No. 10. .1?0.n0? Mrs. Lncnn. of 'Sn. r. I
5in,00; and Mr, MoNulty, ll.fiO; tho
salaries of others being the same us
last your. The holiday vacation will
begin on December 23 and onrt on Jan
uary 5, Night school will bo opened
on January fi In No. 1 hulldlnif, Tho
kit- ?ii'i fTt "-"
It Cure Colds, Cousin, Sore Ti1ro.1t, Croup, Influ
cuza, Whooping C'onitbi lboncliltln ami Aftluua.
A certain emu for Consumption In 11 ret Binge,
aqil u tiuo relief in advanced mages. Veo at ooce.
You will ecu tlio cxielUut effect ufier Ukiiu- tho
ilrt doke. ffold by dealers everywhere. Target
liuttleii '.3 cents and SO cents.
money for tho bonds recently Isstiedi
to the amount of $5,500, has been re
ceived! Mr. Irwin Introduced a reso
lution whleh was unanimously passed,
revoking1 Hie power formerly given the
treasurer to make temporary loans.
The Young Ladles' Mission Circle
will meet Thursday evening with Miss
Marlon Hryden of North Bfakcly
The Vonicii's Missionary Society of
the Presbylcrlan church will moot at
2130 o'clock Wllh Mrs. M. W. Chcniber
Oscar Yost, the Jeweller, loaves to
day for 11 business trip to Philadel
phia. MIbs Lucy Docker, of Cherry street,
Is visiting friends In Hnwlo.v.
Miss Mtiry Williams has returned to
hor homo In C'aibondalo after a stay
of several weeks In town.
Dr. W-nrdell spent Saturday hunting
inmll g-amn In Wayne county and re
turned with n well laden game bag.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders have re
turned from a week's slay In Pltt
ton. The Tenuis club will hold a social
session vtt the home of Miss Helen Far
rur Friday ovonlng,
Miss Ellen Bronsnn, of Klin street,
Is the guest of Carbondale friends.
Mrs. C. F. Woodruff and daughter
Mice, of Hleetrlo avenue, nro visiting
friends nt Waverly.
Tho following committee has boon
appointed to arrange for the Christinas
cntoitalnmont of tho Green Uldge
Presbyterian Sunday school, which will
be held In tho auditorium Friday ovon
lng, December L'fl: Mr. Ives, Mr. Mc
Crlndlo, Mis. Kays, Miss Strawbrldgo,
Miss Bayley, Miss Hitchcock, Miss
Dlmmlol:, and Mr. George Dlmmlck.
Ilov. Thomas B. Payne of Klfctrlo
avenue, conducted services in Watt's
hall at Carbondale yesterday after
noon. The following progiam win delight
fully rendered at the "Twilight Reclt
ul" given In Asbury Methodist Epis
copal church Satuiday afternoon by
Charles Doersam, organist, and Miss
Ifleannr P. Reynolds, contralto:
Organ, 'l'ostlude and Fugue In 15
Minor-' I. S. Ilacb
Voice, "Hut the- l-onl In Mindful nt
His Own" (St. l'anl"i.. ..Mrmlehsohn
(a) "Offertolre" Amlu'ols.e Thomas
lb) "Abenitlled" Robert Schumann
(c) "Flat Lux" Thoo. Dnbolq
Voice, "The Publican" Van de Water
(a) "Pastorale" Leielmre Wely
(b) "Jntoimczzo" (rflxatb Sonata),
(c) "Coronation Match."
Green Uldge lodge No. 597. F. and A.
M., will meet this evening for the elec
tion of officers for the ensuing year.
Mr. Frank Stevens, of Glen Cove.L.
L, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. David
Shook, of East Market stieet.
The funeral of Conrad Snyder took
place from his late home, 1T41 Sander
son avenue, Saturday afternoon. Rev.
C. A. Benjamin had charge of thft ser
vjppa; to pall-bear1. T-' were Vrlev
Kellow, Vance Lidslone, Charlie Ross,
Jesse Garahan, Caylon Stafford and
Dwlght Stafford. Jesse and Malvln
Snyder acted as llnwei-beaiors. Inter
ment was made in Forest Tllll oeme
torv. Meet me at the Dixie at today's
N. M. EICKE SUCCESSFUL.
Induced Dr. Howard Company to
Make Special Price.
After ti great deal of effort and io---respondence,
N. M. Eioko, the popular
druggist, has succeeded in getting '.lie
Dr. Howaid company to make a spe
cial half-price introductory offer on the
regular fifty cent size of their cele
brated snecitlc for the cuie of consti
pation and dyspepsia.
This medicine is a recent dlsmvery
for the cine nt all diseases of the stom
ach and luiutW. It not only gives quick
lcliof, but it makes permanent cures.
Dr. Howard's specitic has been so re
markably successful In curim,' oustI
patlon, dyspepsia and all liver ttnublos,
that N. M. Eicke Is wllllns to 1 etui 11
the price paid In every case wnore it
docs not give relief.
The old-fashioned Idea of dosing with
mineral waters, cathartic pills or harsh
purgatives will soon be a thing of t he
past. The best physicians are pu scrib
ing Dr. Howard's specific because it
really gives tho desired results and on
account of the small and plc-asaitL dose
that is needed.
Headaches, coated tongue, dlzaincss,
gas on stomach, specks befoie the eyes,
constipation, and all forms of liver and
stomach trouble mo soon cured by this
So gieat Is tlu demand for this hjit
lle, that N, M. Eicke has been abb to
set uro onlv a limited MlPPly, md ev ry
one who is tumbled with ilvspensla,
constipation or liver trouble suouiil cii
upon I1I111 al onco, or send -" cents, cod
get sixty doses of the best medicine
evil' made, on this spclal half-price
offer, with his pergonal f;.uirantce to
refund tho money if It does nut ime,
THE NEW DISCOVERY i
SS.l'u'iT Peim Avenue,
color, all now for cost of eld,
GRIFFIN ART SHOP,
311 Washington Ave.
longs for beauty. " If Nature has endowed
her with a bonny pleasing face she is a
fortunate woman. But no matter how
well formed the features may be, unless
the skin is clear and the complexion good,
beauty loses its charm. The complexion
depends on the health, if the health is bad
the complexion suffers. No remedy has
been found to equal BEECHAM'S
PILLS for regulating the general
health. They purify the blood, strengthen
and invigorate the digestive organs, give
tone and vim to the nerves, and put the
whole body in a thorough healthy condi
tion. Every voman should keep a box of
Beeoham's Pills handy, and on the first
sign of any derangement of the system, a
dose should be taken and further trouble
and anxiety will be averted.
See the special instructions contained
in the pamphlet wrapped round each box
of Beecham's Pills
Sold at all Drug Stores, in use. Bq.ves.
AlOISDAY EVENING. DEC. 8. 1902.
The enlhe rU.ise.Miii Opeia Company of U.'i pcoplo will appear In the fatnou
Opei 11 ('AVAT-.nniA lli'STIUANW and soleetinns lrom his other operas with fill.
oreliestiM rhorii. and (Ir.ind C'.iht of A lists under nefson.il dheetion of tho
Composer under direction Fred C. Hand
Prices $1.00, $1.00 and $2.00. Box Seats, 2.50.
DlaKrani will open at Powell's Music .Store, Thutsday, Dec. 4, at 3 a. m.
M. Uels, Lesoe and Mnnnper.
A J. Duffy. Business Manager.
MONDAY. Di:C. S.
rimrlei Frnhmnn PRHSUN1S F0l
cuaries 1 remmun 0NR N1(jnT only
lu the Grout e:-1 Success 01 Ills C'aieer
the nunnv and
THE HUrilYHNG BIRD
liy Isaac Henderson.
Dr"i:nliie Knipltii Theater New Voilc
Casi and l'rndiu tlnn
lMWcn.s-iJ.V'i. $1 x ?i.w. ?."), :.!', i"o.
Suit on sale.
Tuesday Dec. 9 One Night Only
THANK h. VnULIIY
The- I'roiioiiiKed Dramatic Triumph of
Julia Harlow's Sa'
WAS IN FLOWER
OilKln.il Mailowe Production, (ioikoouh
f'oMuiiies. Massive rieenle Illfetls.
l'KK'ICS-Sl ."11, tlM). 7"c. r,nc., l''e,
riuilS nil i-ale
Ilmtls .: Si'iimou Present
TOM LEWI) AND SAM J RYAN
And a l.arso Company of I'liiimahors,
Riaud J- Huth
la the Merry Musical Melnnso
THE MAJOR AND THE JUDGE
Hook hy Pranlc Tannehlll Musle hy
llonill'd .; iloiseis i:veiythlii!i new
Scenery. Cohtumes, Musle, Specialties.
I "HICKS--! 00, 75i , ".m . .'le.
Seats on sale .Monday at f) a. in.
i PILSNER !
it53&. Seranton, Pa.
Old M'lione, 333i,
Academy of Music
M. Itcls, Ipp.co and Manager.
A. J. Duffy, Business Managor.
3 Nights sJVy Dec. 8
Mntineo Kvory Dnv,
Sullivan, Harris and AVooiW Present
In IJih New Pl.i.
A Comedy Diama in Kour Acts by
SPHCIAf Tho iiroeecdH of tlio Special
Monday Mntineo will ho fjlven for a Xman
Dinner for Nuw.slioys n" Seranton.
MATINKK I'UICKS lOu.. loC, l"oc. Chll
dien, luc. to lower floor.
NIGHT PHICUS-irm.. 21e, :!5o 50c.
Thieo NIsht, KlartitiK Thursday,-Dec. 11
"LOOPING THE LOOP."
Matinee Daily Commencing Thursday.
Prieef. as above,
Heats on sulo Tuesday at 9 a. m.
Tlie Dixie Theatre
IIENP.Y FAHNSWOnXIf DIXIE,
Lessee and Manager.
WEEK OF DECEMBER, 8.
NINE HANDSOME SHOW GIRL9
PREVOST and PREVOST
FUN IN A TURKISH BATH
and Six Other His Aets,
fioueral Admission: Ladles' 10 centh",
KC'iUlumcn. '.'n cents; best icsorved seats,
a cents. Telephone No. IS?!', aecuro seats,
ALl G, 1IERHINGTON, Manaeor. '
Jlondnv, Tuesday and "Wednesday,
DUCEMHUK S, fl AND ll).
Rice and Barton's
Bie Gaiety Co.
Matlnco Hvory Day,
! A -fl - '
Are of superior
We waut your saw
l Bittenbender fi E
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Mi-': iiiiinii i.,.sk.-1 .