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QTHB SORA2TTON TBIBUKE--WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1897.
Wall Papers and Djcoratlons,
large assortment, alt grades,
from the lowest price goods to
the best made.
Choice patterns, beautiful colorings,
Window Shades and Fixtures
for Stores, Offices and Residences,
All desirable colors to order quickly
and " ready made," at popular prices.
We have the best carriages for
the least money to be found
Boys Express Wagons, Wood and Iron.
Velocipedes, Bicycles, Carts.
Large Show rooms with lots of light
Experienced clerks and Courteous
322 Lackawanna Ave.
Norrman & Moore
(120 Wyoming Ave.
E A D E R
308 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN.
Have opened a General Insnranco Ofllco In
HeRt Btoclc Companies represented. Largo
lines especially solicited. Telephone. 1803.
DR. W. B, HENWOOD,
3:6 LACKAWANNA AVE.
The Trlbuno will pay a reward of $5.00 for
Information which will lead to the con
viction of any person who steals or, with
out the owner's consent, mutilates a copy
of The Trlbuno after Its delivery to a reg
Judge P. T. Smith Is In New York city.
Miss Magpie McLaughlin, of Honesdale,
Is vlsltlnjr Scranton friends.
Rev. Rogers Israel Is 111 at St. Luko's
rectory, an Wyoming avenue.
Dr. W. R. Davis, of Philadelphia, is vis
iting F. W. Davis, of Linden street.
Nathan H. Shafer, of Montrose, was
among tho visitors to tho city yesterday.
Deputy Prothonotary Cummlngs and
wife aro on a trip to New York and Phil
adelphia. Mrs. W. S. Ballow, of Huntington, L. I.,
Is the guest of her uncle, A. J. Merrill,
of Adams avenue.
Clem Weiss, of Bloomsburg, has re
turned home after a visit of several days
with Scranton friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Canavan, of
Honesdalc, passed through Scranton yes
terday en route to Haston.
Tho engagemnt of B. jr. Gallon to Miss
Sadie Black, of Rochebter, N. Y has been
J. G. Moffat, of Dunmore, and his cou
sins. J. W. Gilchrist, of Wanlock, III., and
Gcorgo Hunter, of Grlnnell, Ia sailed yes
terday for Scotland.
Edward B. Jones, of Watervllle, 111., Is
visiting W. J. Williams, of Petersburg,
special officer at tho Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western station.
Gilbert H. Cobb, who for Ave years ha?
had his headquarters in this city while
representing tho Pennsylvania Railroad
-company as traveling freight agent, has
been made a division freight agent. His
ofllco will bo located at Altooua,
AN AWARD FOR QUZZI.
Arbitrators Found in Hi I'nvor in
Ills Cnso Agninst tho Itomntic.
There was a hearing1 before Arbitra
tors Myron Kasson, M. J. McAndrews
and Joseph Jeffreys yesterday in the
case of Bernardo Guzzl against Luke
and Itafelo Romano. The action was
in trespass to recover for certain goods
sold by Guzzl on the execution, but
which the, defendants refused to give
up, alleging that they were the prop
erty of Joseph Cassesse, of, this city.
Nevertheless they were sold.
The arbitrators found for the plain
tiff in the sum ofr$S!)0 and costs. The
plaintiff was represented by Hulsland
er and Alworth, and the defendants
by Taylor & Lewis.
HAD A HOUSK.WARMING.
Robert Burns Lodgo, f. O. O. F,,
Meets iu Its Now Quarters.
Robert Burns lodge, No. 859, Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, occu
pied its new quarters In Odd Fellows'
hall, on Wyoming avenue, for the first
time last night and in celebration of
the event held a social session for the
members and their families.
There was a programme of musical
and literary numbers, an address by
W. Gayiord Thomas, grand master of
the state, and refreshments. B. T.
Swartz was chairman.
Don't forgot that D. I. Phillips will
open his beautiful furniture store to
the ubllo today in the Board of Trade
I ffl MADE
WATERS, Thl HallW,
208 f $
AT k )j
AVOUUO. tf farhX
FELL INTO THE LACKAWANNA.
Iluncnrinn Tumbled from n ilridgo
nnd Mot Hli Death.
A man. wns drowned nt 4.30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon In the Lackawan
na river at Simpson, Just north of Car
bondale. Ho was walking across an
abandoned railroad brldgo over the
river between the Old Morse tannery
and tho Anthracite ball park and fell
into the river and was drowned. The
body 'was recovered a few hundred
yards from tho bridge at 6 o'clock in
Tho man was a Hungarian and was
employed nt tho Northwest colliery as
a laborer. Ho was on the way from
work nt the time. The bridge hius only
a narrow board walk and no side pro
tection. He stumbled and fell and
must have been too much stunned to
help himelf for the water is not desp
there. The body was carried to his
home on upper Belmont street.
Coroner Longstreet was notified of
the drowning at 9 o'clock last night.
He will go to tho scene this morning to
hold Inquest. Coroner Longstreet also
learned that some Justice of the peace
at Simpson had taken it upon himself
to empanncl a Jury to conduct an in
quest. The work of this body will be
set aside upon the arrival of the cor
oner at the scene this mornlnc.
LESS AID IS ASKED.
Since Resumption of Work in Mills and
Factories Hereabout There Are Fewer
Demands on Doard of Cbarlties.
Tho Associated Board of Charities
met last evening nnd transacted busi
ness with but three members present.
Colonel B. H. Ripple, Thomas J. Moore
and John Gibbons. Though this num
ber does not constitute a quotum, nt
the suggestion of Colonel Ripple busi
ness was transacted, which the full
board will approvo at a succeeding
The report of Agent Mrs. W. B. Dug
gan showed that twenty-nine cases
have been reported since the last meet
ing, nine of which were found to be
unworthy. Transportation was given
to three; lodging and meals, three;
employment, eight; taken to the Lack
awanna hospital, two; to 'the House of
the Good Shephetd, two; submitted to
the attorney for the board, W. Gayiord
Thomas, four; warned from begging,
In reference to the board's employ
ment bureau, Agent Duggan said that
since the resumption of tho mills and
other establishments In the city, there
has been a noticeable falling off In the
number of applications.
Another topic which was discussed
was the presence in ithls city of a trio
of lmposters. They are young men,
well dressed and respectable In gener
al appearance. They moke a special
ty of sore arms and have been quite
conspicuous here. Last Saturday one
young man solicited aid from Agent
Duggan. He showed the injury to his
arm. It was a mere skin abrasion, but
by iodine and dirt the sore had been
made to look worse than It was..
He was helped out of the city. The
fellow wore a coat which had new silk
lining in it, and his linen was freshly
laundrled and of the latest pattern.
The report of the treasurer showed
that $20.67 had been received from the
box In Zeldler'scafe, and $14.15 from
the Excelsior club rooms, making in
all $114.06 In the treasury. Mr. Moore
acted as secretary of the meeting.
MAKINQ THE PREPARATIONS.
tirnnd Trustees ofKnichts of Pytliins
Arranging for Convention.
'Hon. William Wickell and William
B. Hart, of Philadelphia, grand trus
tees of the Knights of Pythitis, of the
domain of Pennsylvania, are in the city
arranging for the convention of tho
grand lodge which will take place in
this city August 17, 18 and 19. John
W. Bebee, the third trustee, was also
expected but was prevented from com
ing by illness.
Messrs. 'Wickell and Hart were met
upon their arrival at the Jersey Cen
tral station at 9.45 o'clock Inst night,
by Dr. H. N. Bunnell, grand chancellor
of the Pennsylvanlan Pythlans, and
escorted to the Valley house. Today
they will meet with the local commit
tee of arrangements and pass upon the
work that has already been done. They
then report to the grand chancellor,
and If ho approves of what has been
done, the trustees proceed to secure
railroad rates und the like and when
every arrangement has been complet
ed a circular containing all informa
tion regarding the convention is sent
out to each lodge In the state.
The convention will bring to this city
representatives of 487 lodges and uni
formed societies numbering bver 1,000
men. On Wednesday, Aug. 18, the day
of the parade, it is expected that eighty-five,
lodgts located In Scranton and
adjacent places will send their full
membership to participate.
CITY HALL NOTES.
Twenty-three new cases of measles wero
reported to tho board of health yesterday.
The board of revision and appeals will
hold a meeting at 2 o'clock this aftetm.on.
Superintendent of School Howell said
yesterday that although the Scranton high
school did not open until two weeks after
tho other schools of the city last Novem
ber, it will closo on Juno 18, the general
date Uxed by tho board of control.
Several of the principles of the. Inter
mediate and grammar prades met In tho
board of control rooms yesterday and
agreed upon tho character of the exam
ination that pupils of these grades will
have to undorgo before tho close of the
Many applications aro being received
by the city assessors for tho positions of
assistant city assessor. Tho assessors ap
point one for each ward to make tho tri
ennial asessment, work on which win be
gin Sept. 1. They request that all appli
cants present their applications in their
Superintendent of Schools Howell yes
terday placed on the walls of his ofllco
llfe-Hko pictures of Thomas Henry Uur
rowes, LL. D father of the public system
of the state; and Elnathan Blltl.a Hlgbae,
V. D., LL. D who was state superin
tendent of publlo instruction from April
1, 1881, to Dec. 13. 18S9.
Tho high and training school commit
tee of the board of control met yesterday
afternoon and agreed upon a programme
for tho commencement exercises of both
the high and training schools. They also
carao to an understanding about tho dis
tribution of tickets for the exercises and
other matters pertaining to tho arrange
ments for these events.
We are still doing business at the
same old stand where we have been for
twenty-two years past and most re
spectfully solicit the patronage ot the
public as heretofore in awnings, tents,
Hags and all kinds of society goods
S. J, Fuhrman & Bro.
Kxhlbltlon by Scranton Turn Verejn
In Turner hall Thursday 'evening:. "M ay
27, followed by danclnsr. -
HAS BEGUN WORK
Mr. Dunning Is Familiarizing Himself
wltb Ills Dulles.
EXAMINED NORTH END STREETS
Found Homo of Them In a Deplorable
Condltion--Tlo Now Cnrc-Tnkor
of tlio Strcots Declines to Sny .Much
About Itis I'lnns, for tho Hen
sou Hint IIo Does Not Wnnt to Stnrt
Out with it Hlnro of Trumpets.
Will Not Ilnvo an Assistant.
Street Commissioner A. B. Dunning
yesterday entered upon the duties of
his office and spent the greater part of
tho day familiarizing himself with the
work that will devolve upon him. In
the" afternoon he went to Providence
and examined some of the streets In
that part of the city. He will continue
his investigations from day to day un
til he has a close personal acquaint
ance with the condition of all of the
streets In the city. Mr. Dunninrr was
peen by a Tribune reporter after his
return from the North End yesterday
"I've seen some pretty bad spots on
the roads I went over this afternoon,"
said the new street commissioner.
"What will I do to put the streets in
better shape? Well, that's rather a
broad question you know. I don't want
the people of Scranton to think that
It's a case of a new broom sweeping
clean nnd you will paftlon me if I de
cline at this time to say much about
what my plans are. I dislike to begin
my administration with a blow of
trumpets and prefer to begin quietly
and If possible show the taxpayers
what results I can give them.
"I have some plans for street Im
provements in mind but before giving
them a trial I must first gain a com
prehensive knowledge of the condition
of our streets and the peculiar neces
sities of each.
FLUSHING THE PAVEMENTS.
"Yes, I will continue the practice of
flushing the streets," replied Mr. Dun
ning In response to the reporter's ques
tion. "Just as soon as the weather
permits the flushing gang will begin
operations. It is too cold now at night
for cleaning the pavements in that way.
The workmen could not stand It. I be
lieve that Hushing is the best method
of cleaning the paved streets now in
vogue here. There aro other equally
as good nnd possibly better systems
but It would cost something to put
them In operation. These can be pass
ed upon after a time and if it is thought
advisable we can adopt them.
"You can say that I will use every
effort to have the Driving park bridge
opened as soon as possible. It Is now
in a dtngerous condition but I hope
to be nble to get It in shape for travel
before long. I find that the closing of
It is a great Inconvenience to persons
who have to drive about tho north end
of the city."
When questioned about his assistant
Mr. Dunning said:
"There lb no such office as assistant
street commissioner. I had an Idea,
that I was allowed an assistant but
have been Informed that such Is not the
case. There are several foremen who
have chnrgo of different kinds of work
connected with the department. George
Perlgo, who was generally supposed to
be an assistant street commissioner,
was merely one of these foremen. Af
ter a little time some one will be ch'os
en to succceed him. As to the other
men now employed In the department,
they will remain if they prove com
petent, if not, competent men will suc
EFFECTS TURNED OVER.
Ex-CommlssIonerKlnsley turned over
the effects of his office to Mr. Dunning
before he left for Easton Monday to
attend the Knights Templar conclave.
After his return It has been arranged
that there shall be a conference be
tween the street commissioners past
and present at which' details of the
work of the office will be discussed.
After Mr. Dunning has made himself
familiar with the duties of his office
he will make a tour of some of the
leading cities of the East and make
a minute Inquiry into tho manner in
which their street departments are
TAKINQ UP A CAR TRACK.
.Scranton Rnilwny Company Prepar
ing far Laving the I'nvc.
The Scranton Railway company Is
getting Its Mulberry street tracks in
shape to permit the laying of the as
phalt pave on that street. A force of
men was engaged yesterday tearing
up one of tho tracks on that street
between Penn and Franklin avenues.
The other track will be moved to the
center of the street. One or the tracks
between Penn and Wyoming avenue
was removed some time ago.
At the Penn avenue intersec
tion there is now a double
frog although a car has not
been run over It for mora than two
years. This Is to be taken out and re
placed by a single crossover, which
will be an improvement much appre
ciated by persons who have to drive
over that portion of Penn avenue. If
council passes the T rail resolution
Thursday that kind of a track will be
On Mulberry street east and west of
Washington avenue, workmen were
yesterday engaged In relaying a por
tion of tho water main.
TRAINING SCHOOL 0RADUATES.
Ten Young Women Will Receive
Diplomas This Vonr.
The training school for teachers will
have ten graduates this yearv Tho
commencement exercises will be held
Wednesday evening, June 16, 1897, at 8
o'clock In the High school auditorium
when diplomas will bo conferred upon
Misses Mary Carpenter, May Daniels,
Jane Viola Fellows, LUa. Frable, Clara
Belle Glbbs, Mary Adelle Graves, Lou
isa A. Leader, Rahel Powell, Cath'erlne
L. Qulnnan and Rosa Shields.
WAYNE A1AN ON THE JURY.
IIo Wns Dlicovorotl, and Promptly
Excused from Further Duty.
Tho present giand Jury Is working
short-handed, two of the members
having been excused and one having
having moved out of the county.
It was through no fault of the latter,
however, that the Jury is shy his ser
vices. When the list of grand Jurors
was published it had on it the name of
John Van Sickle, farmer, Jefferson.
Van Sickle saw it and thpugh he moved
to Wayne county shortly afterward
still kept it InTnlnuV When the grand
Jury retired for Its session Monday Van
Sickle was there and doing as much as
any of them to cam his $2 per.
Sheriff Clemons, who had returned
him as not found, learned that Van
Sickle was doing duty and called the
court's attention to It. Judge Archbald
sent to tho Jury room for him and
asked him what he meant by coming
over into this county to serve as a
Ho replied that ho didn't know that
there was anything wrong about that.
He had been drawn on the Jury and ho
supposed he had a right to serve. The.
Judge let it go at that and excused the
gentleman from Wayne.
LOVE MADE HIS ESCAPE.
As IIo Wns Retreating, Constnblo
Colo Fired Five Shot.
George Love, a colored man, was
charged by a man named McMurray
with assault and battery and when
Constable Cole went to the Flats Mon
day night in search of Love he hud an
As the constable opened the door
Love bolted past him and the officer
fired five shots at the retreating form.
It has not been found yet whether or
not Love wns struck, as he has succeed
ed in evading arrest.
CARE AND USE OF FRUITS.
Miss Parloa Spoke at Length on That
SubjectAlso Had Something
to Say About Fats.
As the Parloa lectures draw to a
closo the remarkable thoroughness with
which the whole range of domestic
economy is treated by the lecturer,
Miss Maria Parloa, Is evidenced.
Yesterday afternoon the subject was
"The Care and Use of Fruits," and in
the latter part of her lecture Miss Par
loa spoke on fats. Fresh fruits, she
said, do not possess much nutritive
value. "Dried fruits like dried vege
tables are richer than the fresh, but
they do not have the same refreshing
powers that the fresh, Juicy fruit has."
Fruits should not be eaten when over
or under ripe. In further speaking on
"Fruits," Miss Parloa said:
Nearly all fruits aro best when allowed
to ripen on the tree or vino. Peurs aro an
exception to this. Fruit keeps best in a
cool, dry, dark place. It Is necessary to
examine htored fruit frequently, because
decay Is contaslous.
Fresh fruits differ in their effect upon
tho digestive organs; for most people
pears, apples, plums and grapes are a lax
ative, while peaches and strawberries havo
an opposite effect. Theso properties aro
very much modified by cooking. Except
fruit b ripe enough and not over rlpo it
Is In a more healthful condition cooked.
There is not much tlmo to speak of tho
methods of cooking and preserving fruits,
but hero are a few points which every
housekeeper should know.
Hard fruits, such as quinces, must be
made tender in clear wator before tho su
gar is added, Somo fruits will be Im
proved by long cooking while others would
bo spoiled by this process. Fruits that
will enduro long, slow cooking will not
require as much sugar as those that must
be cooked quickly. Tho dried fruits, sush
as prunes, peaches, apricots, apples, if
cooked long enough will requlro very llttlj
If any sugar. I never put a particle of
sugar with prunes. Wash all dred fruit
carefully and cover generously with cold
water. Lot them soak 'over night.
In the morning put them on to cook In
tho water in which they were soaked.
Add the sugar, if any Is used, and cook
slowly six or more hours. A good way Is
to put tho fruit and liquid in an earthen
dish, which can bo covered closely and
bake In a very moderate oven.
The rest of the talk was upon "fats."
Miss Parloa showed the necessity of
fat for tho maintenance of perfect
health. Several rules which Miss Par
loa gave aro Interesting to housewives.
Great care Is required to keep frying fat
In good condition.
1. Tho moment you have finished frying
set the kettlft back in a cooler place; do
not wait an Instant.
2. If water gets into the fat, cook it
gently until all motion ceases.
3. If the fat gets too hot before you aro
ready to use it put in a handful of raw
4. If there is a good deal of foreign sub
stance In It put In two or three raw pota
toes, out in slices.
5. When cool, but still liquid, strain
through a cheese cloth.
6. Keep a separate fat for fish.
How to determine the temperature:
1. A faint, blue smoke rising from tha
center and a suggestion of a movement on
tho surface It is like a pencil mark this
for'all batters and breaded meats.
2. A very little stronger smoke for fried
3. Still stronger for flsh and watery ar
ticles. She gave other Interesting data, prac
tically demonstrating the several ways
of making a batter in the various
forms. Tomorrow afternoon the
eleventh lecture will be given and on
Friday, Instead of Saturday, Miss Par
loa will give her last lecture.
WENT HOME DISAPPOINTED.
Two Young I'eoplo from Pittston
Who Wnnted to IIo Mnrricd.
cSeorge II. Morgan and Margaret
Williams, of Pittston, came up hero
yesterday with the Intention of going
home as one. But they went home as
It nil came about through tho Inquls
Itiveness of the marrlago license clerk.
He discovered that Miss Williams was
only 19 years of age nnd of course re
fused to Krant them a license. They
went away apparently greatly disap
pointed, THE LAST OPPORTUNITY.
Dunn's Htg Fire Snlo to Closo Soon.
Don't put It off, but go at once to
Dunn's big fire eale and securo somo
of tho great bargains in hats and gents'
furnishings offered there. Remember
there's only a few more days left to
make your purchases, as the sale will
continue for a few days longer.
A I'lonsnnt Duty.
"When I know anything worthy of
lecommendatlon I consider it my duty
to tell it," says Rev. Jus. Murdock. of
Iiamsburg, Pa. "Dr. Agnew's Catarrh
al Powder has cured me of Catarrh of
five years standing. It Is certainly
m'agtcal In Its effect. The first ap
plication benefited me In five minutes.
I would not be without It In tho house."
Sold by Matthews Bros.
Beaf In mind that D. I. Phillips will
open h'ls complete furniture store to
the publlo today, In the Board of Trade
. i .i - i
NOT EXACTLY RIGHT Is the way
thousands of people feel. It Is because
their blood Is poor. Hood's Sarsa-
parllla, the One True Blood Purifier,
will promptly set them right.
HOOD'S PILLS are purely vegetable
and -do not purge, pain or gripe. All
ARRANOINa TO VISIT US.
Committee of Rending Firemen Wore
In tho City.
Two members of the Schuylkill Coun
ty Fire Engine company, located at
Reading, were in the city Monday,
making arrangements for a visit of,
their company to tho Nay Augs somo
time during October.
Like tho Crystal company, of this
city, the Schuylkill company makes
annual tours of certain parts of tho
This year the visiting party will
number seventy-flvo firemen and they
will be accompanied by tho Ringgold
band, ot Reading.
The Nay Aug company will bo host
for one afternoon and evening.
COMPANY C EXCURSION.
J.nko Ariel, Mny !i0, Decoration Dny.
Open-Air Concert on Wednesday
livening, Mny SO, nt l'Ak Budding,
Franklin Avenue, by Bauer's Hand.
Bauer's bund open air concert:
1. March', "Althotat" Farmr
2. Grand selection, "El Capltan",Sousa
3. Fantaisie on "My Old Kentucky
4. Medley, "Around tho Metropolis"
5. Patrol, "Tho Blue and Grey"
6. "Germans before Paris'... Treutsler
7. March, "The Belle of the Ball'
Tailor made fall suits and overcoats,
latest styles, John Ross. 307 Spruce
250 XX White Envelopes for 17c. at 3c.
Store. 623 Lack'a. ave.
Stcnm Ilcnting nnd numbing.
P. F. & M. T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave.
Flatulence Is cured by BEECHAM'S
When wo speak of tho prlco question we
say something orth your attention.
THIS WEEK IT'S
20 Trimmed Rati, mnrked to sell C 1 AR
for 53 OOo.Dd3.GO. Your choice pi.tO
23 Trimmed Hats, artistically
made, and equal to any 5 hut In " jq
the city. Your choice '"0
10 Pattern Hats, fully worth 97.00 5 iO
and 98.00 Hole prlco O.IO
Tho latest White Short Ulack Bail
ors, rough braid, Bell crown. OOn
Children's White Funcy lirnld
Hats bought uthnlfpiice. Mark- OtZn
edto sell XOC
No shoddy or old out of date goods found In
A. R. SAWYER,
132 Wyoming Ave.
Coursen's Triple Blend, 32c
" Java & Mocha, 32c
" 0 G Java, - 30c
" No. 1 Jiva, - 28c
" Golden Rio, - 21c
Sold elsewhere for 75c
E. Q. Coarsen
Wholesale nnd Kctail.
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8,
Including tho painless extracting ot
teeth by an entirely nev? process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
321 Spruce St , Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
COR RENT FOLDING BEDS
with mattresses, by the month,
to responsible parties. Charges
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO..
406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
As different from other
baby carriages as the golden
sunlight trom Egyptian dark
ness. Our line has a style
a finish that is peculiarly its
own. John Wanamaker,
Macy's, Altmau, O'Neil's
all sell this particular line,
and we are the only author
ized representatives for Scran
ton. Prices are:
$4.98, $5.48, $6.98,
Up to $18.33.
Hy the iiso of my now local anaesthetic. No
sleep-producing agent. It In simply (applied
to the gums and the tooth extracted without
a particle of pain.
All other dental operations performed posi
tively without pain. t
IEEII 8 11 8EI
WARRANTED 5 YEARS.
These are the same teeth other dentists
charge from $15 to $25 a set for.
TEETH WITHOUT FLUTES.
Gold nnd Porcelain Crowns; Gold, Silver
and Cement Killings, at one-half tho usual
cost. Examination free. Open evcnlugs 7 to
8. Sundays O to ll a. m.
316 Spruce Street,
Next Door to Hotel Jermyn.
The Eye Specialist
Is now at his new quarters at
215 Lackawanna Avenua, in
Williams' Shoe Store
Ho has fitted up a flna Optical Parlor,
whore ho oxamlnes the eyes freo nnd prices
for Spectacles aro tho cheapest In the city.
You can cet the very latest designs In frames
or frameless trimmings. IIo has been in this
city for a number of yenrs und has nlwnys
guaranteed Butlsfactlou mid will continue to
do the came. All nervous headaches can be
relieved by settlim tho proper glasses ad
justed to your eyes.
DON'T PORdUT THE PLACE,
215 Lackawanna Avenue
in the White Front Shoe Store.
Will show yon that we
have the right sort of goods.
A purchase will convince you
that our ideas of profits are
equitable ideas. The wear
that our carpets will give you
will prove our claim that we
sell the best carpet that is
possible for the price.
3Z0 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton Pa.
Wholesale and Retail
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD. S
Ready Mixed Tinted Points,
Convonleut, Economical, Durable. ?
Vnrnlsli Stains, i
Producing l'crfcct Imitation of Expensive'
Raynolds Wood Finish,
Especially Designed for Insldo Work.
Marble Floor Finish,
Durulilo and Dries Quickly.
Paint Varnisli and Kal
PURE UNSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE
But, dear public, we need
your help to push 'em along.
Drop in and lend a hand.
412 Spruce Street.
Use 3 B Christian's.
The Finest Line of
Ever seen in Scranton. Silver
Gilt and Silver set with Ame
thysts, Carbuncles. Garnets
and Turquoise, mounted on
Silk, Leather and the latest
Thing, Leather covered with
May be found at
MERCEREAU & CONNELL'S,
AGENTS FOR REGINA MUSIC BOXES,
130 Wyoming Ave,
Sohmer Piano Stands at the Head'
---7 X. :X ""
AND J. W. aUERNSCY Stands at the Head
In tho JIuslo track. You can always sat it
better bargain at his beautiful wareroom
than at any other place in tho city.
Call and eeo (or yourtelf boforo buying,
205 Washington Avenue,1
J. V. QUERNSEY, Prop.
113 FRANKLIN AYE.
If You Wnnt to Storo Furniture,
, If You Wnnt a Cub,
If You Waut Unfrgatro Trnnsferrod,
if on Want a Dray,
If You Wnnt Freight Hauled,
CALL TELEPHONi! 55 OH 3891.
LACKAWANNA LUBRICATING CO,
1212 CAPOUSE AVE,
Goodi at less than one-half price, Open