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TIIE SORANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1897.
We will continue sell
ing those wonderful Ox
ford Ties at $i.oo a pair.
The tans are nearly gone
but there's enough blacks
to last until Tuesday
night. Sizes and widths
arc not complete, but the
chances are you'll find
HnlopositlNCly closes lit 0.30 p. in.,
Tuesday, July '27.
SCHANK & SPENCER,
410 SPRUCE STREET.
Linen Slip Covers made
for parlor furniture.
Visit our Drapery De
partment, tho largest and
moat complete in this
part of tho stato.
Chirfes II. Welles, Jr , has qualified to
beRln thp. study of law. He will be a stu
dent In tho olllco of his father.
Assistant City Engineer FMwln I?. Sher
wood, of Mulberry street und Mlfllln ave
nue, Is recoeilng from his recent Ill
ness During tho rector's absence tho as
sistant, Rev. 13. J. Haughton, will hold
olllco hours at St. Luke's Hplscopiii rec
tory from 10 to 11 a. m. dally
The bond of Duqeuo Noack, collector ot
laws In Madison township, isns tiled C3
tciday. The surety Is Peter Yeagor and
the amount of his bond Is $10,000.
Jlarrlge licenses were Issued by the clerk
of the court" jesterday to Charles Mc
carty and Julia Iljan, of Scranton; John
Kenor and Mary Palta, of Taj lor.
The members of Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis'
Monday evening dancing class and their
friends enjejed a "duck social" last night
at Excelsior hall under the direction of
Mrs Lewis. Hauer furnished music. Tho
occasion was a pleasant one.
Willi im Shea announces himself as a
candldnto for delegate from tho Second
district of the Thirteenth ward, to the
Democratic county convention, and Peter
Tarrell announces himself as a candi
date from the Tlrst district of tho
Christian Evans was given a hearing
before Alderman J T. Howe jesterday,
charged with stealing a ride on Dela
ware, Lackawanna nnd Wt stern trains.
He was fined U and costs Special Of
ficer James Durkln arrested Evans near
Nay Aug tunnel.
DURYEA DEPOT ROBBED.
Several Pncl.ngcs nnd Numorous
Tickets Tiil.cn by tho Iturgliirn.
The D. V & W. depot at Duryea was
broken Into on Satuiday night or Sun
day morning. The fact of the burglary
was discovered early Sunday morning
by Watchman Thomas Sunley at the
Hallstead mine, who has charge of the
depot dutlng tho night.
Aithur Wilson, the ticket agent, left
the depot about 9 o'clock Saturday
evening, and he was away from homo
yesterday. Owing to his absence It
could not be learned what had been
taken, though It was evident that sev
eral packages In the ticket ofllce had
been disturbed. Tho ticket case had
been bioken open, and the stamps ap
peared to have been In use making tho
tickets present a saleable appearance.
The burglars effected an entrance to the
main olllce by means of a window. The
extent of the loss has not jet been
It Is thought that the Job was done
by tho same parties who broke Into
Wood's drug store at Lackawanna last
Thursday night and stole a quantity
Lehigh Valley Unilrond.
Account National Meet, L A. W. nt
Philadelphia, the L'hlgh Valley will
issue Epeclal round trip tickets from
all stations at rate of fare one way for
the round trip. These tickets on sale
and good going Aug. 3d and 4th. good
for return leaving Philadelphia to Aug.
f HIE SUM CASH STORE.
JOINT SESSION OF
Another 'Elfort to Be Made to Elect a
REPUBLICANS MAY NOT ATTEND
DcmocrnM to Pin Tliclr 1'nltti
None Other Than iMoUonnlJ--t)oc
rcturv Murrny of tho Hoard of
Health Will Havo n Hoy Asslstnnt.
Patrolman Flnhcrt)' Helnstnto
inent Is Not Iinprobnblo.
A Joint lesqlon of councils Is ati
nounopd. for tonight to niako another
of the many nltimpts to elect a city
solicitor. It Is, however, doubtful If
any of the Republican members will
attend the meeting. They will be ab
sent, not from any political motive,
but because one or two members will
be unable to be present and Mr. Tor
rey's friends do not care to go Into
Joint session without ttylr full comple
ment of 21 votes. That Is, too, tho
number of otes possessed by cx-Senii-tor
McDonald, the Democratic candi
date. A Democratic councilman iccognlzed
as a lender by his colleagues In coun
cils Is the Tribune's authority that if
Mr. McDonald cannot be elected the
Democrats would vote for Mr. Torrey
tathtr than seek a Democrat other than
the ex-senator for a candidate. Attor
ney M. A. McGtnley Is the only Demo
crat who seeks a nomination but his
canvas Is not recalved with favor.
The whole matter stimmed up Is that
Mr. Torrey's election will be brought
about Just ns soon as the Democrats
and Mr. McDonald abandon their effort
to break the deadlock.
Attorney It. J. Murray, who was re
cently elected secretary of the board
cf health, Is not disposed to part with
much of the $1.00 per year salary that
goos with the olllce. His present plan
Is not to have o. deputy f.ecretaiy nor
to devote a. great portion of his time
to the duties of the ofllce. On Saturday
MKs Alice Dpppen, the very efflclent
asslstnnt of ex-Secretary Briggs, will
tetlro from the position and the ofllce
routine will lie In charge of a small
loy. The latter was established In the
olllce yesterday for the purpose of
learning the routine work.
There seems to be more truth than
Action in the report that Patrolman
Flaheity, v. ho was recently suspended
for drunkenness and neglect of duty,
is to be telnstated. Mayor Bailey said
jesterday that very powerful lnlluei ce
was being brought to bear to have
Flaherty restored to the police force.
The mayor would not state that Flah
erty would not be reinstated; In fact
his honor's conversation with a Trib
une reporter Implied that Flaherty
would again be In uniform. Ho re
matkpd: "Flaherty made a mistake,
but he was a good olllcer. He has been
considerably punished already. Tho
efforts in his bPhalf come from influen
tial people and I must give them con
sideration. I don't know what my con
clusion will be. No, you need not un
derstand me to say that I will not
cause his return to the force."
E. J. Maloney, of the Cential Penn
sylvania Telephone company, bar be
gun consultatlo is with City Engineer
Phillips relative to the plans for an
underground wire system, as provided
in the conduit ordinance recently pass
ed by councils. The company repre
sentatives sav that one small line of
conduits may be laid on one of the
streets of the business district before
cold weather at rives, and that early
next spring the work will be started
on a larger scale.
There weie but few cases of con
tagious diseases teported tor last week
by the board of health. There were 2
rew cases and 1 death from diphtheria,
4 new CAS2S of rreasles and 32 deaths
fiom all causes.
Superintendent of Schools Howell re
turned Saturday from a trip to Mil
A Great Exhibition Will Ho Seen
Hero on I'ridny.
In looking forward to the visit here
on Friday of Buffalo Bill's Wild West
show one is apt to not fully appreciate
the tact that there will be seen not
onlj' Cowboy and Indian riders, but
wonderful horsemen from all corners
of tho gloW People have traveled
and seen horsemanship the world over
but never before has it been possible
to see all these riding wonders, at one
time and place.
The cavorting cowbojs fiom the
plains, the untamed Cossacks from the
dominions of. the Czar, the fierce sons
of the desert from Arabia, the pic
turesque Vaqueios fiom the land ot
the Aztecs, and cavalryman galore
fiom the four coiners of the earth, are
all gathered together to delight every
one with their amazing feats of ability
and strength, with their keenness of
ej e and lightness of hand and foot, and
with their astounding and unparalleled
fonts of horsemanship. There will be
1,200 men and COO horses In the com
panj. They have in. the troupe the
roughest rldeis that have ever been
seen In the saddle, gUhcred together
from every corner of the earth.
It Is the sight ot a lifetime to see tho
bands of Indians, Cow boys, Cavalry
men, Vaqupros, Gauchos and Cossacks
riding here and there on their chargers,
turning, wheeling, saluting and ever
and anon galloping off ngaln at full
speed ,and giving vent to their charac
teristic jells and whoops. As they are
drorsed In their own styles, they pro
tent a moving mass of color which Is
Irresistibly fascinating. There Is noth
ing about the performance which sug
gests the theater or the circus. It
moves tho hearts of the people chiefly
by reason of Its extreme naturalness.
The scenes are absolutely true to life.
This Is one secret of Us success hither
to, and a reason why they are assured
an ever-Increasing popularity.
BOARD OF TRADE COMPANY.
Stockholders Mot and Elected Direc
tors for tho Ensuing Your.
The stockholders of the Scranton
Board of Trade Real Estate company
met at the board of trade rooms yes
terday afternoon and elected a new
board of directors for the ensuing year.
The old board were re-elected with one
exception, Major Everett Warren re
signed and Conrad Schroeder was
elected to his place. The directors are:
K. B. Sturges, W. A. May, Dr. L. M.
Gates, Dr. D. B. Hand, Conrad Schroe.
der, Colonel J. W. Oakford. T. II. Wat
klns, C. P. Davidson and A. D. Dean..
The board met and chose tho follow.
Ing olllcers: President, C. P. Davidson:
vice rresldent, T. II. Watklns; seers-
A. 1). Dean.
D. Atherton; treasurer,
NO BODY IN THE TRUNK.
South Slrfo Horror Story Proves to Ho
a l'niry Talc.
A mysterious trunk, left at the resi
dence of Philip Kline, corner of Pitts
tor, avenuo and Kim street, Sunday
night, July 18, by a stranger who did
not reappear until a week later, has
sent a red rumor over the South Side.
The teport was that the trunk con
tained the mutilated body of a man.
The story was entirely probable.I,
J. Whipple, a conductor on a Traction
company car, Plttston line, was stop
ped on the fateful Sunday by a man
who stood on the Moonio crossing.
Standing on end near the man was
the trunk. The car was crowded with
passengers and Conductor Whipple In
formed the man that he must take the
When Whipple wae making his next
trip down he saw the man standing
on the corner of Elm street and Pltts
ton avenue. He had his hand on tho
trunk. It was afterward learned that
the stranger left the tnink at Mr.
Kline's resldews saying that he was
going for a wagon.
He did not return and this occasioned
much dubious reflections on the con
tents of the trunk. Inquiry was sent
to tho Ti action company olllco asking
for tho name of the conductor who had
tho man for a passenger from Plttston
up to Elm street.
It was decided to open the trunk
Sunday night but Sunday afternoon
the stranger called and carted It away.
Before going ho lifted tho cover and
there within was the glistening sides
of a pair of rubber boots, a suit of
clothes and other articles of wearing.
That was all.
So ends the story of a rumor current
on the streets last night that a mutil
ated body had been found in a trunk
on the South Siite.
BOY FOUND UNCONSCIOUS.
Lying with a Contused Wound on tbc
Head on a Country RoadIt's
While Thos. McGowan was returning
with his team from Chinchilla yester
day afternoon he came upon the uncon
scluos form of a lad lying midway In
tho road. Investigation revealed the
fact that the boy was seriously hurt.
He was tenderly lifted Into McGovvan's
vehicle and taken at top speed to
Providence, where the lad was delivered
to Patrolman Thomas Watklns.
The patrolman took him to Dr. Bow
er's ofllce. He was still In an uncon
scious state. An examination revealed
a had contusion on the side of the
head, which was diagnosed as a com
pound fracture of the skull. After much
hard vv ork the boy w as restored to par
tial consciousness, and long enough to
say his name was George Brown, a son
of Matthew Brown, of Deacon street.
He was then convejed to his home,
and since then efforts to gain any light
as to how the accident occurred have
been unavailing. The boy's condition
George Lowry, with whom the Brown
lov made the trip to Chinchllla.wns un
able to account for the batter's strange
condition. When last seen by Mr.
Lowry he was going In the direction of
a spring to secure a drink. There all
trace was lost of him until brought to
his home In the above condition.
Whether the boy Is the victim of an
assault at the hands of a tramp or
whether Injured while attempting to
mount a wagon Is a question which
only himself can solve.
His condition late last evening was
such as to give the attending physician
and his family occasion for much
HIS BRIEF HONEYMOON.
Lynett, Klnrrird n Month Ago
Killed in the Alines.
Patrick Lynett, of Chestnut street,
Dunmore, was killed by a fall of roof
in the Murraj', Keatney & Brown col
liery, at Dunmore, yesterday morning.
He died while being removed from the
ambulance into his home, where, but
a month ago, he took his bride, former
ly Miss Kate Golden.
Lynett had begun work at 8.30 o'clock
and was preparing to drill when a slab
of rock fell and struck him on the
head. He sank unconscious and was
taken by fellow miners to the surface.
Dr. Winters wns feummoned, but could
do nothing for the Irjured man.
Lynett was 25 years old. He was a
member of St. Maij's Council, No. 219,
Vcung Men's Institute, and Division
No. 12, Ancient Order of Hibernians.
DEAD IN EACH OTHER'S ARMS.
round Under the Water with
College Corner, O, July 26 Yesterday
afternoon Henry Kfllough, aged 11 j'ears,
and Morris Cunningham, aged 9 jears,
son of William Cunningham, took their
buckets and went blackberry hunting
on the T. M. Wilson fnrm, Bouth of
town. The bojs did not return home for
supper, and as a terrific storm was ap
proaching, the parents became uneasy
nnd the search began.
Uy 10 o'clock scores of people armed
with lanterns wero scouring the sur
rounding woods and fields, shouting tho
bojs' names and bearchlng In every se
cluded nook and corner. Mrs. Louis Wolf,
who lives near tho scene of tho drown
ing, told tho searching party that about
4 o'clock that afternoon she saw two
boys answering to the description going
In tho direction of AVIIson's run and
heard them talking about going swim
ming. In tho race that followed Mr. Cunning
ham, one of the anxious fathers, reached
the swimming hole first and Beelng tho
toys' clothes nnd berry buckets on the
creek bank waded In and found the dead
boys at tho bottom of tho hole clasped In
each other's arms. A call was sent back
to town for a wagon to convey the bodies
home. The parents are nearly prostrated
with grief and Mrs. KUlough Is In a
Washington, July 26 Among the pen.
slon certificates granted In the Issue of
July 13, 1897, are the following for Pennsyl
vania: Increase, Anthony Tyge, Scran
ton; restoration and reissue, Danford H.
Newton (deceased), Dunmore, Lacka
wanni. Is Your llrnin Tired.
Use IIorsford'M Acid l'liosphnte.
Dr. T. D. Crothers, Rupt. Wnlnut
Lodge Asylum, Hartford, Conn., saym
"It la a remedy of great vnlue In build
ing up functional energy nnd brain
To Curo n Cold in Ouo Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
(mis to cure, 25 cents.
Yesterday a Week's Session
St. Thomas College Hall.
NUMBER OP LECTURERS PRESENT
Institute Is Conducted by the Catho
lic Kducntionnt Lecture Ilurcnu nnd
Is Slnillnr to Institutes of Public
School Tcnchcrs--Mrs. I). Ellen
HurUc, formerly in tho State De
partment of Instruction of New
York) Is tit Its llcnd.
The Institute of the Sisters ot the
Immaculate Heart of Mary, of St. Ce
celia's academy, wns formally opened
at St. Thomas' college yesterday morn
ing, and will be continued until Satur
duyC This Is the first Institute of tho
kind in Scranton, but Is the second In
the Scranton diocese, one having been
hold in Wllkes-Barre July 6-10.
These Institutes are conducted by tho
Education Lecture bureau, of which
Mrs. B. Ellen Burke, of New York city,
Is the head. They have for their pur
pose a plan similar In many respects
to the public school teachers' Institute.
The sisters are deeply 'Interested In
educational work, and are entirely de
voted to all Interests which bear upon
education. Consequents, when this
Idea of an institute was broached, be
ing heartily endorsed by prominent
divines and educators, they have In
terested themselves very much In the
movement. There are sisters present
from all up and down the vallej', and
from more distant points.
The lectures and Instructions for the
week's work will be: Rev. T. F. Cof
fej', rector of St. Rose's church, Car
bondale: Mrs. B. Ellen Burke, New
York city; Miss Mary G. Manahan, of
Saratoga Spring, N. Y.
The sessions each day will begin at
9 a. m and close at 4 p. m., with two
hours' intermission at noon.
REV. T. F. COFFEY'S ADDRESS.
Yesterday In the absence of Rt. Rev.
Bishop O'Hara, who Is slightly 111 and
also Coadjutor Bishop M. J. Hoban,
who Is In Rome, Europe, Rev. T. F.
Coffey, of Carbondale, made tho open
ing address. He welcomed all visiting
sisters nnd Introduced the Instructors.
To the sisters of other towns he gave
special welcome. He dwelt at some
length upon the Importance of tho
school system, and that the very best
Instruction should be afforded tho
pupil. Also that In every case the
science of heaven should not be lost
sight of any more than the science of
earth. He gave a brief outline of the
similarity existing between this move
ment and that of the public school,
and indicated that the sisters have had
an opportunity to fill a long felt want.
The speaker congratulated the sisters
upon their evident enthusiasm, and
urged continued earnestness. To the
lectureis and Instructors he conveyed
the blessing which Bishop O'Hara had
commissioned him to repeat.
Following Rev. T. F. Coffey's re
marks, Mrs B. Ellen Burke spoke upon
the subject: "Our Guides In Teaching,"
and Miss Manahan touched upon "Ex
At the afternoon session Mrs. Burke
oullned the "Tests for Good Teaching."
Miss Manahan gave her Interesting
talk on "Impression Work."
To those who are not familiar with
this new movement the follow Ing out
line might not be amiss. In the first
place It 1b a national movement, and
much work has been done throughout
New England, the southern states and
a few middle states. This Is the second
year of the work, and much has been
accomplished In this short time.
In reference to the Instructors, Mrs.
Burke Is an educator of national repu
tation. She Is well and favorably
known through her contributions to
various periodicals on Psychology nnd
Child Studj'. Mrs. Burke resigned from
the staff of state lecturers of the De
partment of Public Instruction of the
state of New York, to take up this
new work. In addition she Is oiganlz
ing a lecture bureau for the purpose
of supplying Catholic lectures for In
stitute work. Mrs. Burke comes com
mended by Cardinal Gibbons, Bishop
McQuald, Rochester; Dr. Sheldon, Os
wego Normal School; Earl Barnes, Le-
land stanroru universitj', ana numer
MIso Manahan who Is a graduate of
Albany Normal college.has had the ben
efit of special training under Dr. L. S.
Thompson, author of Thompson Draw
ing series. This side of the educational
work is her special branch, and her
success has been rapid. In fact she, by
Invitation, has Introduced the system
into many of the large cities of the
southern states. Both ladles are enter
taining speakers, and of charming per
sonality, and being so Interested In
their work will no doubt add to the
scope of the sisters In their educational
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
At 39c. Splendid assortment of 65c
and 75c Waists, perfect in style and fit.
At 68c. Great variety ot very de
sirable Waists, reduced from $1.00
At 95c. Six dozen Dainty Waists,
verv stylish,reduced from $1.50 and $2.
At $1.50. Linen Crash Skirts, but
ton trim strap seam, good material,
reduced from $2,
At $1.95. Fancy Colored Skirts, in
mohair and cheviot, reduced from $3
Boys' 50c Percale Waists for 29c,
Boys' 75c Percale Waists for 47c.
Today's session wilt be as follows:
9 a. m. How to Teach Catechism,
Itov. T. F. Coffey
10 a, m, Alphabet of Drawing,
11 a. m. Art of Questioning. ..Mrs. lturko
2 p, m. Perspective Drawing,
Ml us Manuhin
3 p. m, Literature Mm. Burke
Very IUv. T. Flnnon, of Plttston,
vicar general of tho Scranton diocese,
and Rev. N. J. McManus, Providence,
wero present at yesterday's session und
spoke oflcouraglngly of tho work and
exhibited much Interest.
SENATOR VAUGHAN HOME.
Ilotiirns Ycsterdny, After a Confer
encc with (Sovcrnor Hastings.
Senator J. C. Vaughn returned yes
terday from Harrlsburg where he,
with other legislators from the Inter
ested section, succeeded in securing
Governor Hastings' signature to tho
bill appropriating $7,000 to the West
Side hospital. The bill was signed yes
terday. Last evening ex-Ssnator Landts, of
Lancaster county, called on Senator
Vaughn. Senator Landls Is en-route
for his home after a few days' stay at
I ake Wlnola.
SHOOTING IN DURYEA.
Polandcr Crazed by Drink Fires a Bullet
Into a Fellow-Countryman's
A drink-crazed Polandcr shot and
probably fatally wounded a fellow
countryman nt Duryea early last eve
ning. Andrew Jovaloskl, the guilty
person, Is In Jail at Wllkes-Barre, and
the victim, Charles Mollskl, 21 years
old, Is lying In a precarious stato at
the Plttston hospital.
Jovaloskl, a worthless fellow, had
pilfered a fellow boarder's trunk, nnd
taken $2 Ci, a revolver and some cloth
ing therefrom. He donned the cloth
ing, but overlooked $150 lying in the
bottom of the trunk. With the smaller
amount he purchased whiskey.
Dt'rlng the early evening Jovaloskl
quarrelled with William Smith, the
owner of the trunk, nnd fled to the
Polish Catholic church, on Stevenson
street, where a fight took place.
Jovaloskl flourished the revolver an
found refuge In a near-by shanty. He
was taken from there by two friends.
Several of the crowd surrounded the
trio, and before Jovaloskl could be pre
vented he drew the revolver from his
pocket and fired at close range at those
The bullet struck Mollskl In the ab
demen and ho ran down the street
moaning "I'm .n flra; I'm burning"
until he fell unconscious.
Jovaloskl fled to the fields where he
was Burrounded and emptied tho re
maining charges of the revolver. He
waa Anally captured and taken to)
At the Plttston hospital last night
it was the opinion of the surgeons that
Mollskl was mortally wounded.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CONVENTION.
Societies or l"iv" Counties to Go
I'nrvicw August 5.
A convention of the Christian En
dpavor societies of five counties will be
held at Farview on Thursday, Aug. 5.
Wayne, Susquehanna, Luzerne, Lacka
wanna and Wyoming counties will be
represented. Many prominent speakers
will be heard, one of w horn is Rev. J. F.
Stoneclpher, of Easton.
Rev. Mr. Stoneclpher Is chairman of
the committee of arrangements for this
year's state convention. There will be
plenty of music furnished by Bauer's
band and a large chorus choir will sing
several selections A special train
leaving Wllkes-Barre arrives at Scran
ton at 0 30. Tare, 75 cents from Scran
ton. L1EDERKRANZ EXCURSION TODAY.
D. nnd II. Trtiin Leaves for Fnrview
ntS.no This Morning.
The Scranton Lelderkranz will go to
Farview today. This Is their annual
excursion, and a good time Is promised
all who attend. It Is probable that
several out of town societies will be
Bauer's band will accompany the
Lelderkranz, and furnish the dance
music. There will be several athletic
games upon the grounds. Base ball
running, fat men's tug of war, etc.,
The train leaves the Delaware and
Hudson station at 8:30 sharp.
For Infants and Children.
at greatly reduced prices.
This is a rare opportunity
to buy a handsome Para
St. Luke's Homo Donntlons.
St. Luke's Summer home announces
tho following donations: Mcrcenvu &
Connell, 1 clock; J. B. Corcoran, pack
age coffee; M. J. Kelly, barrel crack
ers; E. D. Teal, box groceries; Foote
A. Shear, window and door screens for
the entire house.
Twining, optician 12G Penn avenue, In
Harris' drug store. Hours a. m.. 6
p. m. ,
For morbid conditions take BEECH
Everyono knowa what a Mason
jar is, but ovcryono does not know
that there is a difference in Mason
Tho patents havo expired, and
tho ouo that makes tho poorest
jar makes tho cheapest.
Wo don't keep that kind. Tho
best is tho cheapest. A can of
fruit spoiled by ono poor jar will
buy you a dozen good ones.
lint, Quart and Gallon Slzos.
Millar & Peck,
134 WYOMING AVENUE.
Walk in und look around
Ask you to come and
help us get rid of some
Odds and Ends today
Tea Lots of Rogers'
Spoons Tea Spoons, white
metal through and
through. Papers got soiled,
so we put them in a heap and
say oc each.
Take what you like.
Scissors Good steel scis
sors that never
sold here for less than 19c.
They go today at 10c.
Envelopes White, good
ten thousand, a special lot.
The price today
2c. Pack of 25
Framed 18x32, real
Etchings si8ned etchings,
0 nicely framed
and new stock. Price should
be S1.75. Twenty-five to go
The Rexford Co
303 Lacka. Ave.
JUST RECEIVED. A
VALENCIENNE LACES AT
They are worth 8c. and ioc.
a yard. Also,
Pillow Case Lace, Torchon
Laces, Black Laces,
Etc., All at
They are all Bargains.
We have never been
equalled yet. 1,000
dozen of new Ladies'
fancy borders; also
1,000 dozen Ladies'
with lace in corners,
worth ioc. Our price
Bargains in colored
borders, also toweling
by yard or pair. La
dies' and Misses'
with draw strings, at
310 Lackawanna Ave.
The Finesf 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,
Home Grown Beans,
Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Etc,
W. II Pitt PENH H lit
Closing prices on all Wash Goods,
We are giving great values in Lap
pets, Jaconets and Organdies. A
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Organdies at 2U
15c. Dotted Swiss for 10c.
i2c. Grenadine Stripe for 8c.
i2c. Check Nainsook for 8c.
I2j4c Stripe Dimity for 8c.
Avenue, Scranton. Pa.