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THE SOI? ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, IS!) 7.
Wormian & Moore
020 Wyoming Ave.
E A D E R
jo8 Penn Avenue. A. II. WAKMAN.
Square feet of floor space
filled with the largest arid
most choice assortment of
ever shown in Scranton. A
visit to our store will con
This Is the last week for filing liquor li
censes. The estimates committee of councils will
Tho rjceNlor Athletic club will hold a
emoker In their rooms Friday evening,
Thomas S. Allen and Miss Maignret
IMelnzet, of this city, woie married by Al
derman Wilght yusteid.ij.
James McConkey will bo at the Young
Men's Christian association this after
noon at 3 'JO to lead his Ulble class.
Waton & Zimmerman, attornev s-.it-law,
have moved Into theli handsome new
olllces In the lioaid of Trade building.
Tho Hoard of Associated Cli.nltles of
Scranton will meet this e enlng at S o'clock
In tho poor board room, Municipal build
ing. Tho Chautauqua circle of the Young
Women's Chilstlan association will ghe
nn entertainment at their rooms. All ale
Samuel Moon, collector of the Second
ward of Caibondale, settled his lS'W dupli
cate with the count commissioners yes
terday. A water pipe which buist'on tho third
floor of the court house has badly dam
ngi.d tho newly fiescoed celling In couit
room Xo. 2.
The reception nnd foimal opening of the
Scranton club will take" place S.itutduy
evening of next week. Tho annual elec
tion will be held this week Satuulay night.
In the estate of William Slssenbeiger.
late of Scianton, tho will was admlttid
to probate and letters testamentary grant
ed to tho widow, I'hlllpene Slssenburgei
A widow's pension was gi anted Mnigar
et MeNallj, of this city, and an original
pension to Jonah Hajden, of Klmhuist,
bi the pension buieau In Washington jes
Tho Delawaro and Hudson company paid
Its employes yesterday -at the lialtlmoie
mine, tho Haltlmoto tunnel and the Con
jngham shaft, all of which are located
Mis. Davenpoit, tho woman who was
taken dangerously 111 In the Koemplo
building, Sund.iv night, Is repotted fiom
the Lackawanna hospital as being on the
road to recover ,
Thomas Dolan, a Mlnooka boy, was com
mitted to tho county Jail last night to
await trial on the charge of stealing
pigeons f:om Andrew Scanlon. He wa3
released later in the evening on ball.
Martlago licenses weie yestprdaj grant
ed to Patrick Couneiy and Katie McNa
mara, of Scianton, Thomas B. Allen and
Margaret Meinzer, of Scranton; Wlllaid
Stanley Uenjamln, of Scianton, and May
Greatrlx, of Prlctburg.
The repot t of the vleweis on the new
Aad In South Abington township was j es
terday conditionally coniitmed by eoutt.
It Is to bo llfty feet wide, except where it
passes over tho lands of Mury Covey.
Theio the width Is to bo forty feet.
The fourth of tho standaid course of tho
Young Men's Chilstlan association will be
given tonight In tho Young Men's Chris
tian association hall. Iceland Powers will
bo the entertulm.r, Hu is well known in
this city. There is no mote clever Imper
sonator in tho country than Mi. Powers.
Through Attorneys Caipenter & KleltA
George D. Uiown yesteiday Hied a de
murrer In the Liiulty case bi ought against
him Saturday by Patrick Mcllule. lirown
alleges that tho plaintiff is not entitled to
relief at law because the, offense alleged
is not In wilting and theieforo void under
the act of Juno 8, 1BS1.
Last week's mottallty report of the
boaid Is icmarkable for tho extent of
measles, the low death rate and tho ab
sence of any deaths from contagious dis
ease. Theio was one new case of typhoid,
one of scarlet fever, eight of diphtheria
and llfteen of measles and1 twenty-eight
deaths from all causes.
At yesterday morning's stated weekly
meeting of Methodist mlnlsteis at Him
Paik church, the subject, "Gospel Meet
ings," was discussed, Tho chief feature
of the discussion was a paper by itov.
Dr. W. G. Simpson, of West Plttston. An.
dresses weto made by Itev. Dr. C. M. Olf
fln, Itev J. II. Sweet, Itev. A. P. Chaf
feo and Hov. J. L. lluce.
At a meeting of the board of health lnst
night, held specially to consider ptopos
als for repairing and lemodellng the fur
naco at tho ciematoty, tho bid of P. M.
Kagan of K2M was accepted. Other bid
ders were Joseph Danner, of this city, and
J G, Smith, of New Yotk eltv, who was
the original builder of the furnace. liach
bidder submitted a number of plans.
John Troy, of tho South Side, was ar
raigned before Alderman Wright yester
day on a charge of assault and battery
preferred by Daniel Forbes, also of the
South Side, There was not sulllcient evi
dence to hold the accused und the case
was dismissed and tho cost pluced on
Torbes. Ho had no money and was given
until 9 o'clock this morning to raise It.
Not (Jtiito Ihurybody.
During our sale o,f table linens we
have disposed of such large quantities
Hint wo aie apt to think we have sold
t) every family In the city. For live
i -ys you can buy German or Irish
table cloths and najiklns at the lowest
t -'crs ever quoted In this city. Our
'ale of sheetings and muslins at etlt
1 ices continues for the bnlanee of the
k. Mears & Hagen.
chamber conceit, Thursday
127 Wyoming: ave.
I . . ,
GO FORWARD A LITTLE
A Step Taken Toward Settling a Trouble
PARTIAL INSURANCE COMPROMISE
It Mnkrs Provision for Two Wccka,
Protects Structures Now Untitling
nrnl (Jives Opportunity for u Little
Sliiil)liiK--3Ir. Gibbons Unnltornbli
Opposed to Auv Kind of Plan K
cupt Non-Iiisiiriiiivc--Scliool Dis
tricts to Iiu More dourly Dollueil.
Last night's meeting of tho school
hoard nifteert upon a temporary cotn
lioinIe adjustment of thu irisuiniico
inudillu. A report of the Insurance com
mittee piovldltifj for the ptotectlon ol
hulldliiKS now In comae of election mill
for n postponement for two weeliH of
a itiopoiltlou to l educe the totul llsks
nnd gradually establish a teserve fund,
CON'TnOLLUIt JOHN' GIBBON'S.
wns adopted but not without decided
objections on the p.nt of John Gibbons,
chalinian of the committee, and who
did not sign the repot t. The leport was
Scianton, Pa., Feb. 8, JS97.
To tho President and Members of the
Scianton Board of Contiol.
Gentlemen The committee on Insurance
desire to submit the following leport:
After having held several meetings upon
the mnttei as teferred to them we here
with submit icpoit .showing total amount
of insurance held by the school district,
the total amount paid in ptemlums on the
same, and the amount that would be le
tuinod to the board if the same should bo
cancelled July 1, 1S97, as follows:
Total amount of Insurance In twenty
one agencies, $3SG,300.
Total amount paid In premiums, $7,S32T0
(or a fi.ictlon over 2 per cent, on tho
amount Inseted) for Ave' ears.
The nmount that would be returned to
the district, as per icports from the scv
eial agencies submitted to the committee,
and heieto attached, If cancelled July 1,
In view of tho fact that the entire num
ber of policies have an nvctage time to
run fiom July 1, 1897, of neaily thiee yenis,
and as wo would iecelve but J3.311.03 If the
same were to bo cancelled on the above
mentioned date, and foi which we paid
$7,832 70, ot an average of 1,560.2! per J ear,
the majority bp'ng C-jear policies, we
would therefoie lecommend that the same
be allowed to continue until their explia
tlon As an opinion prevails among several of
the members that the district should es
tablish an lnsuinnce fund of Its own, aftr
cait'ful eonsldeiatlon of tho bubject, wo
could arrive at no othei basis by which
such a lesiilt could be accomplished than
that which Is contained In the appended
lesolution, which Is hereby submitted to
the board and which wo would ask shall
be held under advisement by the board for
tlnal action at the next tegular meeting
to bo held on the 22nd day of the month.
We earnestly request each membei to give
this matter cat etui attention In order that
we may aiilve at a satisfactoiy solution
of the pioblem at the next meeting.
The following Is the resolution:
That new buildings now being erected
shall be lnsuied for no moie than 10 per
cent, of their actual cost; that when such
buildings shall bo lnsuied, the term of
the policy shnll not exceed the longest
term policy now In existenco nnd at 40
per cent, of tho cost of the building; that
as these sevetal policies expiiu they be
renewed only until tho time of expliatlon
of tho longest teim policy now In exist
ence, with tho intention that when they
expire they be not renewed; that an
amount bo set aside each year to the ex
tent of $2,000 as a. nucleus foi a reset ve In
Wo lecommend that $10.00) dollais Insur
ance be plated on No 10, $3,000 to be writ
ten by John Lentes and $5,000 by W. F.
Klcsel; also $3,000 on No. 23 to D. J. Camp
bell. SIGNATURES TO REPORT.
The leport was signed by Messrs.
Jennings, Notz and Casey, the foimer
pieser.tlng it and debating for its adop
tion. Mr. Jennings explained that tho com
mittee had found the Insurance piob
lem d hnid one to adjust without the
aid of expert counsel, but rather than
do nothing and at the same time guard
Of the Twelfth Ward.
against blundering haste tho commit
tee majority had lilt upon the sugges
tions embodied In the repoit. The plan
ho said, Indicated a certain tetrench
ment and outlined a policy which If not
finally appioved would at least servo
to get tho question in tangible foim
and afford opportunity for Investiga
tion befoie the next meeting. Thu te
poit provided for Insuring buildings
now being elected, nnd that kind of In
surance he would always advocate, as
the liability In such cases was very
A contrary view was advanced by
Mr. Gibbons who continued his argu
ments offered at iccent meetings and
which W4)re In decided opposition to ear
ly lug any Insurance. Tho very fact
that tho premiums jepresented a low
rate was, lie said, un evidence that the
I I) YrCdfi
risks were what Insurance men called
good. If the thirty odd buildings weie
Mithoied together In one block then
theto would bo leitson and liuslncns In
cntrylng Insurance. There wna no ex
cuse for tt leseivu fund, ho continued,
as the bouid vyoultl gain nothing by
laying aside money which could ba
lnlsed In the usual way If needed.
Mr. Wormser took occasion to remark
upon tho unbusinesslike leasonlng, ns
he termed It, of the non-lnsuiance Idea.
He would light any such proposition to
the bitter end.
Mr. Jennings pleasantly intimated to
Piesldent Sclnlofer that the debating
was out ot order and the latter, realiz
ing tho justness of the observation, put
tho iiuestion of adopting tho tepoit nnd
it was carried unanimously.
SCHOOL, DISTRICT MAPS.
Superintendent Howell wns summon
ed fiom his ofllee to explain his object
In asking (thtough Mr. Barker) pel mis
sion to luivo maps made which will
show the teappoilionment ot tho rlty
school districts. He said thu district
boundaries would be made aeconllng to
the school population and established
Independent of vvard lines, At present
It Is Impossible In many cases to tell
whether a pupil liom a given nddtess
Is attending the ptoper school. Kjc.1i
school will be lutnlahed with u map
of Its district and by means of which
the principal can tell if a student should
attend that or another school.
The ltquest of the superintendent was
unanimously gi anted.
A repoit of the building committee
vvus adopted as follows:
No. 1C school building having been com
pleted In accoidanco with the plans and
specifications of the aichltect, and a cer
tificate having been lllcd In tho ofllco of
the secretary by Building Inspector Nel
son In accordance with lesolution adopted
at the last meeting of tho bom il, we lec
ommend the llnal acceptance ot the build
ing and payment of $4,000 to Petei Stlpp,
the eonti actor, upon certlllcate of the ar
chitect. We recommend thnt the balance of $2,500
due on the lots purchased ot Mrs. Phillips
adjoining No. 10 be paid and that the sec
retuty Is directed to diaw an orrleifoi the
amount, and tho attorney of the board
to secuto deed and place it on recoid.
We recommend that an order for $13 40
bo drawn In favor of G. 10. Shea in order
to redeem lots on Stone avenue, Twenti
eth waid, purchased of Mis. Maiy Lucy
Feb. 1, 1SSS, said lots having been sold
June 13, ISM. We also recommend thnt
the attorney of tho bo.ud be Instiucted to
ascertain if there are any taxes legistered
against these or any other vacant lots
owned by thu boaid.
COMMISSIONS OF ARCHITECTS.
The committee recommended the pay
ment of architects commissions to
Hi own & Moms and E. H. Davis and
of paitlal payments on building con
tiacts to contractors pel forming work
on Nos. 10, 1R and 23 schools.
John U. Wugnet a application for a
teachers peimancnt certlllcate, pre
sented by the teacheis committee, was
lefened to Supeilntondnt Howell for
The pay roll of day janitors for Janu
aiy amounting to $1,508, was approved.
No new business of consequence had
been tiansacled befoie adjournment.
MISS CROWELL AND COMPANY.
They Opened n Week's Engagement
at the I'lothinghmti.
Miss Floy Crowell and her company,
under tho direction of Aimltage &
Fltzpatrlck, began a week's engage
ment at the Frothlnghnm last night,
producing us the opening bill, "The
Circus GUI," a tluee-act coined v by
Sydney Grundy. A ciowded house
gieeted the initial peiformance, and
Judging from the applause It Is safe
to say that the company will be well
and favoinbly advertised.
It Is a company that does not allow
the lecognlzed .star to do all the shin
ing. Miss Crowell has sunounded her
self with actois who do not leave it
to her to win all the applause. Harty
Lelghton, Stanley Kent, Edwin Em
ory, Theiesa Newcomb, Maigaiet Ter
ry and lJessle Ginyson, who have near
ly all been seen heie with high priced
companies, are among her most cap
able suppoit. It Is altogether a veiy
competent cast, capable of giving an
excellent entei talnment.
One of the chief recommendations of
the company Is Its repeitolte, most of
its plays being new, at least new to
this city. Retvveen the acts specialties
aie lrrtioduced at each peiformance
by Edwin Emory, songs and dances;
Bessie Giayson, character songs; Mark
Bennett, descriptive baritone; Lillian
Boyer and Victor Morley, sketch team,
tho last named having Joined the com
pany In this city.
Dime matinees will bo given every
atteinoon. This nfteinoon the bill will
be "Molly Bawn," and this evening
"La Belle Russe" will be piesented.
THE REAL WIDOW BROWN.
Comedy Cleverly Presented nt thu
Academy oOlusic Last Night.
That sprightly comedy "The Real
Widow Biown" wab ptoduced at the
Academy of Music last night by one of
A. Q. Scammon's companies which is
headed by those Jolly enteitalneis Dou
glass Atherton and Lizzie Gonzales.
The comedy Is not to be taken seriously
foi it was constructed simply for
laughing pui poses.
During the progress of the piece
specialties of a veiy entei talnlng char
acter were given by Mr. Atherton, Miss
Goruales, Adolph Mayer, Edwaid Pow
eis, John Havens and Beatrice Leslie.
The perfounance will be lepeated to
night. Resolutions oi Central Labor Union.
At a meeting of the Central Labor union
last evening the following tesolutlon wus
adopted: "Resolved, That we, the Central
Labor union of Scianton und vicinity, usk
the various laboi organizations alllllutlng
with the Cential Labor union to do every
thing In their power, financially and other
wise, to assist the Board of Charities in
their laudable vvotk of usslstlng the poor
V $3.10 PER BOX.
V Park & Tllford Key West Cigars.
v $3 50 PER BOX.
O El Piogtebso (ull sUes) Best Key
A West Cigars. E G COURSEN,
X Wholesale and Retail.
Walnut dining toom suite for sale,
good ns new; side board, extension
table, two chairs, with aims; four oth
er chairs. All chalis have leather
seats. Rev. E. L. Miller, C13 Mulbeiry
To Cure a (-'old in One Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if
tails to cure. 25c.
Miss Carolyno V. Dot soy, teacher of
elocution, oratory and delsarte, 51C Ad
Twining, optician 125 Penn avenue, in
Harris' drug store. Hours 9 a. m., 5
Great bargains in hair switches at
Konecny's, hair dresser, 317 Lacka, ave.
WORK BEGUN ON AN
located at Corner ot Adams Avenue
and Clinton Place.
CONRAD SCHROEDER THE OWNER
Structure Will Till n Long Pelt Wnnt
nnd He nu Ornament to Snrnuton
Architecturally Spunking -- Uriel'
. Description of the Plans lor the
llouse-.It Will ito Modern nnd IJp-to-l)ntc
in r.vorv l'nrtlculnr--To
lie finished July.
Scranton Is to have nn up-to-dato
apartment house that wilt tellect
ct edit alike on the city and tho builder
and owner, Conrad Schroeder. The
building will bo erected at the corner
of Adams avenue and Clinton place,
and work on the foundation Is now be
ing pushed lapldly foiwatd It is ex
pected that the building will be coni-
THE PROPOSED APARTMENT HOUSE.
pleted In July and It is probable that S.
M. Nash will conduct it. For several
yeais there has been a constantly
growing demand in this city for an
apartment house, and Mr. Schroeder
decided to 1111 this long-felt want and
give the city a building of which It
can Justly be pioud.
The building will be 40 by 85 feet in
size, and four stories high. Tho front
will be of Indiana limestone laid In
courses with attractive mouldlng3
about the windows, and a handsomely
caived entrance The sides nnd rear
walls will be of Roman brick. The
courses of stones In thu front will be
fiom 15 to 17 Inches thick and with the1
appiopilate ornamentation It will ie
celve, the fiont will be one of the
handsomest In the city.
In designing the building the con
venience of those who will occupy it
was the principal thing kept In mind.
On the flist lloor theie Is a cential en
trance, on one side of which Is u par
lor 15 by 34, and on the other side a le
eeptlon' loom 15 by 111. Thole Is also
un olllce 15 by 15, a dining loom 32 by
40, kitchen, pantiy, etc., on this Hoot.
In the basement aie the lavatories,
laundiy, store looms and provision and
On the second floor a staircase opens
into a conldor 9 feet wide, which iuns
from one end of the building to the
other. From this coirldor open twelve
looms, each supplied with a bath and
clothes closet. The looms will be
about 13 by 15 In size, and will be so
arranged that they can be lented singly
or In suites. In the icar of this lloor
is a bath loom for general use.
The third lloor Is a duplicate of the
second. Orr the leai of the fouith lloor
aie eight rooms for the help requited
In the house and theie aie also eight
looms for guests. Large doois sepa
rate that poitlon of the lloor which
will be used by the help from the por
tion used by the guests. On this lloor
there Is ulso a loom for storing bag
gage. The building will be heated by
steam and supplied with gas and elec
tric light und .electric call bells.
The interior will be finished In a
cheeiful and nitlstic way that will
uimon!ze with the beautiful exterior
of thu building.
PRICE NO OBJECT.
The I. IJniiistcr Stock .Must lie Sold.
ltig Itargniiis I01 Enrlv lluvers.
Never in the history of the shoo busi
ness in Seiantun weie such gieat bar
gains offered to the public than can now
bo seemed at The Banister Shoe com
pany, coiner of Lackawanna and Wy
oming avenues. Read these prices care
fully and see what money can be saved
by pui chasing theto. All Kahler last
shoes, $5.00 and $0.00 goods, vv 111 be sold
for $J.00 a pair; Laird, Schober & Co 's
shoes, English toe, woith $0.00, for $3,110
a pair; all the $4.00 hand-made Com
mon Sense and bquuie toe shoes will be
sold for Vl.'lW, all ol Gray's $"j.00 hand
made shoes for 'l.W a pair.
LADIES' RELIEP SOCIETY.
Hold nn Entertainment in Excelsior
Hull W cdiiesdii) Kvuuiiig.
The Ladles' Relief society will give nn
entei talnment Wednesday evening In
Excelsior hall on Wyoming avenue, af
ter which theio will be a dance, A
programme of music, recitations and
fancy dancing has been arranged.
Con Coibln, the Wllkes-Bane wit and
liuinoiuus author, will tell sume of his
funny stories In piose and ihyme. An
admission fee of 25 cents lor adults
and 10 cents for children will be
A1AY0R AND CHIEF STILL SAFE.
Constable Jouus Does Not Do the
Diro Things Hu Said He Would.
Constable Timothy Jonen did not en
ter complaint against Mayor Bailey and
Chief Robllng yesterday hi court as he
vowed he would. In fact there was
nothing bald about thu Sharrack case
or tho Satuiday night dance at all,
When asked what caused him to
chango his mind during tho night, Con
stublc lones said he had been advised
by County Detective Leyshon to delay
the matter until District Attorney Jones
could look up thu law In the ease.
District Attorney Jones when np
proaohed on the subject, said: "Please
do yot connect mo with' that case In
any wuy, shape or manner. I know
nothing of it."
THIRTIETH MASQUERADE BALL
AVns Hold by thu Turners in Their
Hull on Seventh Street.
Thirty consecutive masquerade bnlh
have been held by the Scranton
Tut n Vereln and nil have been noted
for Jollity und enjoyment. Last night's
the thlitleth was no exception to Its
predecessors. Meirlment lelgned su
pieme fiom the moment the gland
march began at 0 30 lnst night until
the last dance was finished eaily this
Until midnight only those masked and
In fancy costumed weie allowed un the
Hour but after that hour came the un
masking and the privilege of the danc
ing lloor was extended to every one who
cared to avail themselves of It. Theto
were fewer grotesque costumes than on
previous years but fancy costumes were
in greater number and variety than ever
The grand maich in which about SO
couples participated was led by Prof.
Carl Staibei and the membei s of the
floor committee, Nelson Teats, Edward
Vail and Fred Bauer, who were un
masked and woie sailor costumes. It
was a motley assemblage that partici
pated In that giand march, all kinds
and conditions of people being repre
sented. The Yellow Kid was of course
numoiously reptescnted. Such a cele
brated personage could not be expected
Befoie tho unmnsklng periods two
special dances weie glv en. One was the
African war dance by eight of the ac
tive Turneis nttlied as are the African
savage when ptepared for battle. The
dancets weie. Edwaid Elsele, Vlctcr
Noth, Joseph McDonald, William and
Henry Vockioth, Theodoie Helb, A.
Henne and Cliailes Motaska. Not to
wierd or exciting but much moie pleas
ing to the eye was the flower dance done
by the following young Indies: Misses
Mary Poacher, Emma McArthui, Rosp
Blatter, Lena Robinson, Jennie Noth,
Emma littack, Mlna. Welcher, Miss
Nay Aug Park Colliery Canaraii
& Stokes, Coal Operators
Egg-, Stove and Chest mi!,
AT MINES, $2.00,
Colliery, Gibson St., Tenth ward
Olllce, 136 Wyoming avenue. Sttict
attention given to orders by mail.
BEST SETS OF TEETI,
IncludliiR tlio palub-ss oxtiactin? of
teetli by an entirely new process,
5. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
321 Sprue: St , Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
reduced, nn m.
Black Fur Rugs $1.75, former
Javanese Rugs, 26x54 inches, to
close $1.00, worth $1.50.
9x12 ft. Japanese Rug's, $6.50.
3x3 ft. Japanese Rugs, 60c.
Brussels flitre Rugs Half Price.
30x60 inch $1.50. Mat size 50c.
BECKER i iinns, sissr
Sclinell, Freda Voekroth, Annie and
Ktnnia Graeber and Miss Ilefferflnger.
The committee In chnrge of the ball
was: Louis Noth, Adnm Voekroth, John
Schneider, Homy Voekroth, Jr., John
U. SchWonker, Curl Stalber.
MAD D0Q ON THE HILL.
Itrought Down by Two .lieu Who Pur
sued It W ltd Shot Gnus.
A mnd dog was shot on the upper
end of Jeffeison avenue, by one of the
residents of that locality who wont In
put suit of It with shot guns.
Tho dog had been running hither nnd
thither In that locality' from early
morning and was, from all icporls, un
doubtedly allllcted with the rabbles. It
Is thought n number of other dogs were
bitten. One Was found that gave every
Indication of having been bitten, und
was despatched by Patrolman Molr's
THE SALE NOW ON.
Sweeping Reductions in the I'rlco
ol Ladies' nnd Men's I'oolwcnr.
The Banister Shue company have
puiclmsed Mr. I. Banlstoi's shoe stoie,
coiner of Lackawanna and Wyoming
avenues. Extensive Improvements are
contemplated In the store and building
by the new 111 in. To make such Improve
ments It Is necessary to dispose of the
Immense stock. In consequence prices
have been l educed and every pair of
shoes In tho store will be sold for about
one-half of the actual value.
Still Price Cutting
Tor the benefit of tho people.
FINE CAPES AND JACKETS,
AT LESS THAN HALP PRICE.
What was $7.00 is now $3 98,
Wliut was 10 00 la now 4.7s.
Whit was 14 00 is now 6.50.
'What was S3 03 Is now $2.49
What was 10 00 la now 4.75
What Wns 15 00 Is now 6.05
Big Bargains In Fur Capes.
W. R. BLACK,
133 Wyomlnc Ave
SAWYER'S MILLINERY STORE
Picked Here and There
Knife Trays, Varnished and
Clothes Pins, per do lc
Clothes lhiskcts, small, me
dium and large., 44c, 40c, 50c
Cedar Wash Tubs. ...04c, 84c. OSc
Reduced to SI. GO
Clothes Bars, 4 ft., 4 fold 73c
Wash Boards 10c
Western Washing iIachinc.$3.98
Folding Ironing Table OSc
Carpet Sweepers $ 1 .98
Wood Pail, 2 hoops 10c
Our success in the new Kitchen
Furnishing Department assures us
that wo lmvo won the confidence o'
tho public; and wo tako this oppor
tunity of thanking our patrons for
the manner in which thoy havo taken
atlvanlage of our profit-bearing cash
system and our unapproachable) low
Sohnw Piano Stands at the Head
AND J. V. ClUnRINSEY Stands at the Head
in tho Muala track. You can alwaja get a
better barsaln at bis boautirul vvarerooms
than at any othei placu in tho city.
fall and sen for jouneif befoie bujlng,
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. GUERNSEY, Prop.
Jl P f j 11 t- VlTTrr- -T'-TLiLAr Tt lt?L
1 1 il-jBpi' m-
W. W. BERRY,
423 Lackawanna Avenin.
And Cut Glass.
Great Reductions ill All
Watches and Clocks Re
paired on short notice.
Our entire stock of
CLOTHING. HATS AND
In both onr stores, 412 SprilCC St,,
and 205 Lackawanna Ave.,
will be closed out at
PRICES EXTRAORDINARILY LOW
to facilitate a speedy wind-up
of our business.
SILVER . . .
Is a new addition to our stock
at Bottom Prices. Opened an
other new line of
Prices and styles tall;, as we
are selling lots of it.
C. J. WEICHEL,
Mears Bids, Cor. Wash, and Sprues St.
INT I C01ELL CO.,
Gas, Plumbing anJ
HOT WATER HEATING
434 LACKAWANNA AVE,
A. E. ROGERS'
213 LACKAWANNA A El J;
Look at our $10 Gold Yntches,
Warranted 15 YeaiM.
213 Lackawanna Avenue