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rni 80TIAKT0N TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 152, 1897.
$3.50 WORTH I
Tho styles for Full aro
well roprosoutod in our win- a
dows. This, our .'5. 50 shoes
aro marvels at tho prico. 0
Fivo dollars asked every- a
whero eUo for equal quiili-
lies. Fashionable shapes Y
slender round broader a
round toes aro tho go.
410 SPRUCE STREET.
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An adjourned meeting of the Volunteer
Fhi'incn's association will bo luld tins
GeorBO Veal filed at tho L'lckawanna
hospital las', evening. Veal was admitted
Dr. C. L. Frcy Is now occupying his of
fice In tho new Scranton Savings bank
building, 122 Wjomlng avenue.
A social meeting of the 1'rlncess of
Uagdad will be held tonignt at tho Al
hambrn, 115 Wyoming avenue.
The quantity of broken stone for tho
"binder" of the pavement having been
secured by the Columbia Construction
comipany, work on Mulberry street w.is
In tho rstato of Anthony Shamrock, '.ate
of Olyphant, letters of administration
were yesterday granted to Julius
Egeczky by Register of Wills Hopkins.
In the estato of Hridgct Ilannon, late of
Scranton, tho will was admitted to pro
bate. Fred Yankes nnd Deputy Sheriff Bo
gart arrested a mnn In Center street last
night. The fellow was intoxicated and
persisted In kicking In tho door of
Yankes' house. On the way to the police
station tho man drew a pocket knife but
it was taken from him by Deputy Sheriff
Tho Albright library trustees held nn
adjourned meeting yestciday afternoon.
Thofco present were: Henry Iielin, Jr.,
Colonel II. II. Boles, Itev. Joseph K.
Dixon, Itev. C. M. Glflln, Rev. Rogers
Israel, Hon. William Conncll, W. T.
Smith nnd M. J. Wilson. Only routine
business was transacted.
Ida Logue, a colored woman, had a.
grlevanco against Nellie Uly's Center
etieet place and by virtue of a warrant
from Alderman Howe's hand Lieutenant
DaIs and squad raided the place lat
night. Three men and four women wcro
captured. The Logue womnn's grievance
was tint In passing the placo Xellle Bly
"kicked'' a dos on her.
The gymnasium at the Young Women's
Christian association Is being put In or
der for the classes which will open Oct.
4. Mis-s Katherlr.o Hills tho new physi
cal Instiuctor. anhes today, and she
will be at tho association rooms to
meet any girls or women who wish to
enter tho clnsses. A combination of the
best methods will be used.
Marriage licenses were granted yester
day to Patrick Roeho and Laura Mct'rea,
Scranton; Morgan K. Grlfllths and Gene
levo Powell. Taylor; Philip Monahan and
Katie Naughton, Scranton; IMward C.
Owens and Mary H. Hugh, Prlceburg;
Patrick J, Cannon and Dorothy Burns,
Scranton, Samuel S. Coleman, Scranton,
and Catharine C. Cummings, Scranton.
On Oct 10. the date of tho big parado
of Father Mathew societies nt Hazleton,
tho Delaware and Hudbon company will
conduct an excursion to that city. Tho
time rate nnd other paitlculars will bo
announced later. In view of tho curios
ity of many persons to witness tho sjceno
of tho Lnttlmer killing It la probable
that an unusually laigo number will tnko
ndvantago of the Dclawaro and Hudson's
cheap rate and go to Hazleton on tho
WILL ACT WITH HAZLETON.
Locnl Committee M ill I'irst Secure n
P'nn for Work.
Tho committee named nt Sunday's
mass meeting, at Nay Aug park, to
solicit financial assistance for tho fam
ilies of the men killed at Lnttlmer met
last evening In City Treasurer C. G.
Boland's ofllce. On motion, Mr. Boland,
M. J. Flaherty, of the Central Labor
union, and P. II. Thomas, organizer of
the American Federation of Labor,
were authorized to communicate with
the Hazleton unions In charge of the
collection of a fund and secure a plan
for tho collections here.
It Is proposed to place tho local com
mittee under the control of the Hnzle
ton collectors. Until a response Is re
ceived fiom Hazleton, no further ac
tion will bo taken by the local com
mittee. The receipt of a number of
contributions was acknowledged.
FUNERAL OF AN INFANT.
Y.hs tho Son of Mr. nnd Mrs, Gcorgo
Tho funeral of tho Infant son of
Mr and Mrs. Gurgo L. Fields cceured
yesterday afternoon from tho parental
residence, C01 North Washington Ave
nue at 2.30 p. m.
Many friends of tho bereaved parents
attended. Rev. J. B. Sweet, pastor of
hi Slmpton Methodist church officiat
ed and a quartette sang several selec
tions. Interment was made at the
Forest Hill cemetery. Ths pall bearers
were the Misses Johnson and the
Cheaper than they will
probably be again this
I HIE SGRBNION CASH STORE.
AT HIGH SCHOOL
Members of High and Training
School Committee Think.
MATTER DISCUSSED LAST NIGHT
Today Members of Committee Will
Co to tho School nnd TnKo tho Voto
of tho Pupils with Itofcrcnco to
Clinnglnc tho Length of tho Dolly
Scsslons--Cutcror l'lnn Approved
ItV Supcrliitcndont Howell nnd
Tho High nnd Training schools com
mittee of the board of control held a
meeting last evening nnd discussed tho
question of changing the present school
hours nt tho High school. No definite
conclusion wns arrived at, but the com
mittee will visit the High school to
day nnd take a voto of tho pupils on
It may be that the present period for
lunch, twenty minutes, will bo extend
ed nnd nt tho meeting last night tho
advlslbnllty of employing a caterer nt
the building was seriously talked of.
Benson Davis, of tho Fourth wnrd, In
troduced this Idea. Mr. Davis cited ns
an example of the successful working
of the scheme the schools of Chicago.
There the caterer sells milk, coffee, tea
for live cents per glass to the pupils.
Sir. Davis further suggested that the
High school corridors or some particu
lar room be fitted up ns a temporary
dining room, having tables properly
The pupils who then wish to carry
lunch will bo accommodnted with the
proper conveniences. The present
method of a twenty-minute recess and
find your own nook to eat was ridi
culed. Superintendent of Schools George
Howell Is In favor of the plan and has
previously entertained the Idea, Prin
cipal George W". Phillips, of the High
school, also has advocated the Intro
duction of a caterer In the building.
If the plan Is adopted the room on
tho left of tho main entrance now In
use as a ticket olllce will be fitted up
for tho caterer. The committee will
hold another meeting before adopting
a definite report for the board.
WILL HEAR REPORTS.
Important Meeting of Railway Employes
Is to Be Held in This City
A, meeting of peculiar significance
and importance to railway employes
and railway companies alike will take
placo In this city tomorrow, when the
State Legislative Board of Railway
Kmployes of Pennsylvania will gather
In bi-annual session In Raub's hall, on
Wyoming avenue. The board Is com
posed of one delegate fiom every divis
ion or lodge of the following railway
employes' organizations In this state:
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
Brotherhood of Locomotive Fltemen,
Order of Railway Conductors, Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen and Order
of Railway Trainmen. As there are
over four hundred lodges and divisions
In tho state, an attendance of 200 dele
gates Is not Improbable.
The opening session will convene at
10 o'clock In the morning. According
to the ofllclal call the purpose of the
meeting Is, among other things, "to
agree upon a line of action to be fol
lowed for securing such legislation as
may bo considered beneficial to the
railway employes of this state" and
"to tiansact such business as may
properly come before It."
It Is also stated In tho call that "it
Is to be a meeting that will have the
tendency to make the politicians
Fqulrm." This Is explained In the fact
that the record of the voting nnd ac
tion of senators and representatives on
recent labor measures and tho status
of those measures will be made known
In detail and delegates will bo Instruct
ed on what kind of a report to make to
tho divisions and lodges they represent
concerning the relations of their legis
lators toward railway labor.
The St. Charles hotel has been select
ed as the headquarters of the dele
gates and the stopping place for the
following state officers: E. Bennett
Mitchell, president, Harrlsburg; II. R.
Fuller, vice-president, Beaver Falls,
Pa.; J, N. "Weller, secretary, Mauch
Chunk; E. M. McAlpln, treasurer,
APPLIED HARSH NAMES TO MVERS.
William 1). Lnwrcnco IsXowDcfcnd
unt in n Trespass Suit.
Otis D. Myers, a North Scranton
merchant, Is the plaintiff In an action
begun yesterday by Attorney George
D, Taylor to recover $3,000 'damages
frlm William D. Lawrence for alleged
slanderous words spoken on June 22
and on subsequent davs.
The wife of Lawrence, the defendant
In the suit, and Myers were partners In
the grocery business, Lawrence ac
tually transacting business for the
firm as agent for his wife. On June
22 Mrs, Lawrence's Interest was sold
to Myers, and thereafter Lawrence, It
Is nlleged, cnlled him a thief and cir
culated stories to the effect that Myers
was In financial straits, to that gentle
man's gteat Injury.
A capias for the arrest of the defend
ant was placed In the hands of tho
SECOND LECTURE OF COURSE.
.Hiss Vernon Told How to .Make Rolls
Itrond, It 11 11 h nnd Muffins.
Miss Vernon gave her second lecture
In St. Luke's parish rooms yesterday.
She explained how to mako bread,
buns, rolls and mufllns. Tho recipes
she gave were:
Whlto Bread One pint milk on to boll
In double bciler when scalded and luka
warm add ono teaspoon salt, ono-iialf
jeast cake dissolved in luko waim water
and enough flour to make a batter that
will drop from fpoon put In a warm place
when light add sutllclent flour to bo
ablo to knead, then turn out and knead
until einooth great pans, cut dough Into
loaves dished. One pint liquid makes two
ono pound loaves. Let It rlso and bake,
Parker Houso Rolls Roll dough with
pin, cut round, mako Incision with back
of knlfo half way through, spread with
butter and fcld, or shape them to suit
Cinnamon Runs Two eggs In bowi and
boat till light, pour over thlB ono pint
scalded milk, ono teaspoon suit, ono tea
spoon butter. When lukb warm add one
half yeast cako dissolved, ana add flour
to mako a stiff batter; let stand two or
three hours till light, then add flour
enough to knead as hard; then roll out In
thin sheet butter, sprlnklo over ona cud
sugar, cinnamon nnd currants, roll tho
dough tightly so as to keep currants and
sugar In, cut In pieces an Inch long and
stand up In greased pan; put In warm
place; when quite light, balie. Ham
dough for doughnuts, cut out In round
pieces, let ralso and fry,
Muffins Two eggs, ono cup milk, ono
half teaspoon wilt, two cups flour, one
teaspoon baking powders bako In gem
pans or layers. Same batter for wnfllos.
Yeast Paro four largo potatoes nnd
grato In boiling water, stir over llro till
thick, ono teaspoon salt. When luko
warm add yeast cake, dissolved In warm
Vienna Rolls Ono cud full milk boiled
In doublo boiler; put In bowl, one tuble
spoon butter, one-half teaspoon fcult,
pour scalded milk over! dlssolvo cake
yeast In luko warm wnter; when milk Is
luko warm add yeast and sutllclent flour
to mako stiff batter. Glvo thorough beat.
Ing and put In warm placo ono-half hour.
Place checso cloth or towel on board; i.dd
sufficient flour to roll and knead; keep
dough as soft a possible; throw dough
on board makes light qulckor than knead
ing; pinch off and placed on flound cloth
on a board; leave till light. When light
mako In form wished. Let rlso and bake.
Bread Strips Roll dough In thin strips;
lot rise and bako.
D. MOSES HAS FINN'S INTEREST.
Now Associntcd with llntnnd nnd
Itnbinson In Publishing tho World.
The Interest of Wade M. Finn In the
Sunday World has been sold to B.
Moses nnd tho owners of tho paper
now are C. O. Boland, E. J. Robinson
nnd Mr. Moses.
Hereafter the paper will bo d,ovoted
to the Interests of the Democratic
party. Thus far In Its career It has
been Independent. Scrnnton now has
three Democratic Sunday papers.
BEER GLASS AND KNIFE.
They Were Used with Desperate Effect
on Bartlcy Tomchack by the Wer
ncrs, Father and Son.
With a pocket knife nnd beer glass
Stanlnus Werner and Tom Wern"r,
father and son, assaulted Bartlcy
Tomchack, a young man living at 3H
Emmet street, at 9.30 o'clock last night
In John A. Knoll's saloon on South
Washington avenue and when Tom
chack reached Alderman Milieu's office
three blocks away, his clothing wa3
soaked with blood from two wounds
In his head. As a result of the great
drain on his body Tomachack may not
recover. Arrests will follow.
The trouble was the end of a petty
quarrel. Tomchack and tho two Wer
ners had been drinking and a difference
sprang up. While Tomchack's back
was turned young Werner Inn led a
beer glass nt him, the glass cutting his
head. He turned on his assailant and
In the scullle that ensued the elder
Werner to rescue his son drew a pocket
knife and Jabbed furiously at Tom
chack. The blade cleaved tho muscles
in the back of the head.
""omchack fell to the floor nnd when
he arose his first thought was not of
a tiiyslclan but an alderman. Assist
ed by three men lie walked to Alder
man Mlllctfs ofllce on Thlid street.
The blood streamed from tho gaps In
his head. When he reached the office
Tomchack's clothing was red from the
blood. When his shoes were taken off
the leather on the inside was found to
be wet from tho blood.
Tomchack was afterward taken to
Dr. J. E. Walker's office, where Dr.
Walker dressed tho wounds. He found
that the ascending pharangeal 'nrtery,
the main vessel which supplies the
blood to the head, had been severed by
the blade of the knife. This explained
the remarkable flow of the blood.
The Injured man was carried to his
homo on Emmett street, where at last
reports he was semi-conscious from
sheer weakness. Dr. Walker stated
last night that his condition Is critical.
Tho two Werners will be arrested to
day on warrants from Alderman Mil
ASKS DAMAGES IN SUM OF $25,000.
Frederick A. Overficld Hrings Suit
Against Lehigh Vnlloy Company.
Frederick A. Overfield, a comnnerclnl
traveller whose home Is In Wyoming
county, yesterday brought suit against
the Lehigh Valley Ruilroad company
to recover $25,000 damages.
On Aug. 18 last, while Overfield was
riding on on of the company's pas
senger trains at Honoye Falls, Liv
ingstone county, N. Y., there was a
collision and Overfield says ho receiv
ed a blow on the head, had his teeth
broken, his cheek, lip and chin cut,
right hand Injured and kidneys and
spinal cord severely affected. He suf
fered from nervous shock and has In
ternal Injuries that ho believes are
His Injuries haw decreased his earn
ing power $15,000, he says, and he asks
damages In the sum of $25,000. He is
represented by Attorneys Vosburg &
MR. DUNNINQ'S CAPTURE.
Assisted Pntrolmnn Rloch in nn Ar
Ellsha Drew sent word to his wife
yesterday to come down from Throop
with $5 In money with which she could
pay his fine. Drew was arrested at
1 o'clock yesterday afternoon for fast
driving on Washington avenue.
Patrolman Bloch called upon him to
stop; Drew did not and Street Com
missioner Dunlng Intercepted him and
handed tho man over to tho patrolman.
Committed to Jail.
Mike Solovka who stabbed Stevo
Staroonca In the neck with a pocket
knife In Johnson's patch Monday night
was commlted to the county Jail In de
fault of $300 liall fixed by Alderman
Fuller yesterday morning. Staronca'a
wound Is not dangerous and ho was
up and about yesterday.
Members of Scranton Caledonian club
nre requested to attend a special meet
ing on Thursday night, at 8 o'clock, in
Fuller's hall. Business of utmost Im
portance. John McMillan, chief; Rob
ert "W. nankin, secretary.
Passengers for Now York city should
Uke Lehigh Valley railroad. Sleeping
car placed on track at "Wllkes-Barre
9.00 p. m. for occupancy. Leaves at
2.30 a. m.. arriving New York 8.23 a, m.
Reservations at City Ticket Olllce, 303
For Infants and Children.
GRAND LODGE OF
Met In Thirty-fourth Annual Session in
Eureka Hall, Olyphant.
PRESENT CONDITION OF ORDER
Shown by Numerous Reports Pre
sented for Consideration of Mem
bers of tho Crnnd l.odgc--Nov
Olllccrs Choscii--A Suggestion to
Incrcnso tho Per Cnpitn Tnt Cnuscd
n Red Hot l)cbntc--l'.ntcrtnliiiiicit
Under Auspices of I'.urclm Lodge
The grand lodge of the Loyal
Knights of America mot In thirty
fourth annual session at Eureka hall,
Olyphant, yesteulny morning. Na
tional Grand Master Thomas E. Camp
bell, of Carbondnle, was In the
chair. Tho credentials of repre
sentatives were submitted to a
RI3V. II. II. HARRIS, PH. D.
Delivered an Address at Last Night's
committee and approved, showing
nearly all lodges represented. The
past official degree was conferred upon
a vast number of past masters, who
were afterward admitted as membeis.
The hall was well filled and much In
terest manifested. No business was
transacted, with the exception of con
ferring degrees and reading of min
utes during the morning session, and a
recess was taken for the noonday
Tho afternoon session opened with a
much larger attendance. Again tho
past official degree was conferred and
the lodge proceeded with Its regular
business. Grand Secretary Oliver sub
mitted the following report for the past
six months: Total membership of
Grand lodge, 1.90S; number of brothers
relieved, 12S; amount paid for relief of
brothers, $2,457.88; total amount paid
for relief, $3,148.38; amount paid for
working expenses, $1,616.87; total ex
penses nnd relief, $4,795.2."; amount re
ceived during term, $7,93. S9; funds in
treasurer's hands, $5,320 98; funds In
vested, $38,618.07; regalia and furni
ture, $6,900.34; available assets, not
enumerated above, $6,722.22; total as
sets of lodges, $37,568.26.
Tho board of directors made their
annual report, which was approved,
and this was followed by that of the
finance committee, showing the total
receipts during the term as $121.23;
total expenditures, $267. 2'J; balance on
hand, $133.94. This portion of the re
port was signed by a majority of the
committee and approved, but tho rec
ommendations made were presented
by onlv n minority and were deferred
until later In the session. Prior to ac
tion being taken on the report red-hot
discussion took place on the sugges
tions of the committee, one of which
was to Increase the per capita tax.
After reports from the officers, the
returns of the election board were sub
mitted and showed the following offi
cers elected: Grand master, Thomas
G. Ford, Nantlcoke; vice-grand, Isaac
Harris, Scranton; grand secretary,
Joseph Oliver, Scranton: grand treas
urer, John W. Jones, Edwardsdale;
grand chaplain, William McCandless,
Catasauqua; grand conductor, Ed
ward Petheilck, Scranton; assistant
conductor, Philip H. Tucker, Jermyn;
grand tiier, William Gillies, Carbon-
dale; grand guaul, Edmund J. Thomas,
Olyphant; board of directors, R. J.
Richards, Providence; D. E. Powell,
Olyphant; William N. Williams, Ply
mouth. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT.
Past Master D. E. Powell, on behalf
of Olyphant lodge, Invited the mem
bership of the Grand lodge to attend
an entertainment, held In tho Susque
hanna Street Baptist church, In
their honor by Eureka lodge. The
meeting was open to the public, and
the principal speaker was the Rev. H.
H. Harris, Ph.D., Taylor. Tho pro
gramme of the entertainment was as
NOW OPEN, NEW LINE
New Silks and Dress Goods
Roman Stripe, Clan Plaids,
Taffetas, Satin Ducliesse, Brocade
Velours, Satin Sani Shall, Peau
.de Soie, etc. We offer the finest
goods that possibly can be sold at
Come and See.
Remarks by Chairman W. II. Trlcst
Organ voluntary Edward Williams
Bong "My Country" Audlenco
Prayer Rov. J. S. Thomas, Pcckvllle
Address of welcome
B. J, Matthews, Olyphant
Song Enoch Thomas, Olyphant
Recitation. idlss Grnco WInchcll, Scrnnton
Bong Miss Magglo Thomas, Olyphant
Report of lodge
W. II. Davis, Olyphant
Song Dclos Davis, Olyphant
Song "Star Spangled Bannor"
Rov. II. II. Harris, Ph. D., Taylor
Song W. J. Thomas, Olyphant
Recitation ..Miss Bcsslo Craig, Peckvllto
Bong "Our Flag"
Luther Lewis, Olyphant
Song "Columbia" Audlenco
The grand lodge will meet again this
morning nt 9 o'clock, when the cfllccrs
will bo Installed, nnd amendments
proposed at tho last session acted upon.
Unit Unto Excursion to Nlngnrn I'nlls
Via Lehigh Vnlloy Itnilrond.
Three days' carnival, September
23rd, 24th, and 25th, on the occasion of
the opening ceremonies of tho Grand
Trunk Rnllroad's new single-arch
Bteel bridge across the Niagara River.
Tickets on sale for evening trains
September 22nd, and for all trains ex
cept "Black DlamondExpress" Septem
ber 23rd, and 24th, good to return until
Inquire of Lehigh Valley ticket
agents for further particulars.
rity nnd School Tntcs, 1807.
City and school taxes for tho year
1S97 are now In my hands for collection.
A penalty of 4 per cent, will be added
on all taxes remaining unpaid after Oc
tober 1, 1897, nnd an additional penalty
of 1 per cent, on the first of each and
every month thereafter until paid.
Taxes remaining unpaid after Novem
ber 1, 1897, will be placed In tho hands
of collectors as provided by an act of
assembly approved May 23, 1889.
C. G. Boland, City Treasurer.
City Hall, Washington avenue. Office
hours 9 a. m. to G p. m.; Saturdays 9 to
At tho Dallas Fair on Wednesday,
September 29th, at eleven o'clock a, m.,
will occur the open ono mile race for
amateur 'blcjcllsts hack of tho moun
tain who have never before raced for
a prize. Fun by the cart load. Don't
miss It. Something now every day
at the Dallas Fair.
Steam Hcnting nnd Plumbing.
P. F. & M. T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave.
To keep your eye on
this particular part of
the paper every day.
Lots are buying for
Christmas presents now,
wise idea too. Prices that
cannot be duplicated the
Silver 1847 Rogers' Knives
Knives seconds splendid goods
pretty pattern. Most
stores get $ 3 or more for them
good value even at that. They'll
be gone by night; set S1.4S.
this lot. Good
silver plate Salts and peppers.
You've paid 50 cents for same kind
hardly too much, either. Today,
'Twould make a silver
bug weep to see these go.
Think. Six well plated
nut picks and cracker All in sat
teen lined box bargain if ever
there was one, 23c.
China Three hundred china
Plates Plates opened them
yesterday sell them all
today May be gone by noon.
They'll go like hot cakes pretty
decorations of pansies, daisies, but
ter cups. Three sizes, today 10c.
The Rexford Co.,
303 Lacka. Ave.
NEW DRESS GOOD
Our stock of new goods is con
stantly growing. We have made every
effort to secure the very best value in
the most stylish weaves.
At 48 Cents we are giving a great
bargain in handsome dress goods.
We have received another importa
tion of Black Goods, having bought
them under the old tariff. We can
afford to name very low prices. Re
member, in style and quality these
goods are superior to all others.
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Now ror !
The heavy frosts have
come with the time to
take up the house
plants and bring them
OUR NEW JARDI
NIERES are here just
iu time for you.
How much better
they look than the un
sightly earthen flower
pot, and real cheap,
too Pretty ones as
low as 25c.
Many entirely now effects In our
ICVuxvarVfeW . I
MILLAR & PECK, I
131 WYOMING AVENUE, f
Walk In nnd look around. -j-
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We're not philanthropists; don't
protend to be. We've got to sell.
Told you nil about the why al
ready: therefore there's no need to
Look at theso prices, and If you
don't find what you want among
them, the whole stock Is at your
disposal at tho same terms:
At 71 Cents
Little Boy's Fine Veal Calf Shoes,
sizes 10 to 131 Very dressy and
well worth $1.00.
Our Price, 71c
Men's Congress and Lace Kinoes,
that cannot bo bought under $2 00
Our Price, $1.44
At $1.05 .
Little Gent's Fine Dongola Lace
Khoes, sizes 10 to 13J. Cheap at
Our Price, $1,05
Boy's Coin Too Shoes, indestructU
b!e, but a decidedly nice looker,
Our Price, $1,07
Mundell's Misses' Dongola Solar
Tip Button Shoes, that bring
?1 75 anywhere.
Our Price, $1,14
At 87 Cents
Child's Fine Hand-Turn Square
Too Patent Tip Shoes, worth at
least $1 1o.
At 87 Cents
326 Lackawanna Avsnue.
ME IE m
415 and 417
Lackawanna Avenue Scranton, Pa,
To describe all of
them would be more
than we can do.
AFTElt DlNNKRS-AuRtrlan Chinas,
pink, blue, yellow timings, gold 1 fn
CAUI.SIIAD CHINA-riutcd and dec- 1 fn
orated In three colors
JAPANr.SE ClIINAS-Of nil sizes n
and colorings; 10c kind, this week "L
PltUTTY LITTLE DULFT I1LUES JQq
ENGLISH SEMM'OUCELAIN, gold in,,
TEA CUPS French Porcelain, dark flr
green tints, gold lined vv
Ought to be more.
ENGLISH POUCELAIN-Gold lined ft
decoration of cloorleaf. 'VU
AUSTRIAN CHINA COFFEE? No.
A, double lurid of gold; No. II, 1 A
gold trnced, 3-color decoration Uw
UNUSUAL SIZE COl-TEK Wild roso A,,
blue, of French manufacture lUw
pink or blue decorations; holds u 1 Or.
GRANDMA'S KIND-1 styles of dee- OAr
orations, gold traced; holds a pint
310 Lackawanna Ave.
J. II. LiDWIG.
A I Ml) ILL)
llythousoof my new local anaesthetic. No
sleep-producing ngent. It is simply 'applied
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