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TniSSCRAKTON" TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 10, 1897.
If anything goes wrong with
tho shoes wo sell you tell US
If you find equal grrnlo shoes
nnywhero elso at prices lower
than ours, tell US illlOIll It.
If any clerk in tho store doesn't
givo you pollto attention tell US
If you can't Had hero just tho
sort of shoo you desiro tell US
Wo aro hero to servo tho public
rightly, and to do so wo must
know what is not right about our
store, our stock and our prices.
410 SPRUCE STREET.
Tin Foundling ilomc lies fixed October
7 and IS as .Ik annual donation ilajs.
A largro p irty of Sirintnn Dullness col
rK student njoiil .1 sti.'W rido to
I'j.tston Ian night.
Tho Tcaoln rs' Mutual Benefit ancla
tlon U1 nuot at 10 o'clock tills mornitis
In tho board of rontiol rooms.
SI filff PIcmDiH jitpr'ny acknoil1sed
the sjI' of piece of property In Clark's
Oeoii, owned b I .1. Hoar, to Mlna IloD
lnson. Tho rr: sldcratlon uas ?JjO.
V ry lino orterlalnnicnt by the Scran
ton Lledcrkrcins' uinVr tho dlrtttlon of
Jnhn T, ntlvln, n enjojul by a
irRo niidlcnco at MuMc hall last tvenlns.
An (xi'iitlon of !3,5G1 33 was jcstcnlay
isiiod by Join on l'ont Dimmlck nnd oth
rs naliiht O Mno William Atherton
"iuid tho Issuance of an occution uf
JH.7IJ against H. N. lVtilek.
Workmen jt-steuliy ncfin teailnj? down
the foum'atlf lis laid for tlio DeUu ale and
Hudson dt;iot at the end of Lackawanna,
nxrmie, which us neer completed bp
cauo It was found that It encroached on
Tho ci-T-s In wood working nt tho John
Jtaj mon 1 Institute w 111 meet till" morning.
Tho cla will be In charge of Mi Smith.
Tho work done hy this diss last jear
und thu naturo of the exhibit which was
-cnt to Mobile, warrant the anticipation
that this will bo one of the largest classes
in tho Institute.
Attorney T. P. Duffy, lepiesentlnfr Mi
chael I'arrle, jestcrday caused an attach
ment execution to bo lsuul on a Juds
jiunt obtilucil nealnst Cathcrlno Kro
tkre, which tho Hartford rire Insurance
icvnpany, of Hartford, Conn , and the Pal
atine I'iro Insurance conipanj, of Man
chester, Englard, aro summoned as gar
nishees. A POLITICAL POINTER
If you Indorso the free trade and free
sller Chlcnro platform as tho Lacka
wanna Licirocracy does, "tully and
without resere," then work and oto
for Sahndt, Horn, et. al. It jou be
lieve In McKlnley, protection mul pros
perity, turn theso agents of liiyan
SCRANTON DEFEATS MNQHAMTON.
W hist Wns the Contest W herein tho
ictury as Achieved.
Tor tlio tlili tl consecutio time the
Scranton Whist clul) last night defeat
ed the club fiom tho Patlor City. Tho
Kanic was plintd nt tlio rooms o the
local club In tlio Meats building. Tho
Plajeis and fccott-S wore as follows:
King and Mooro 2
Jamison and Leo v
Hi-nian and Hobertson zi
VJnsten and Main -j4
Dilo and Healcy -- J't
Unit and lllnteirr.elstcr -1-6J1
Wallace and Oodfiey 3
Fuler und Deaiu --3H
Thirty-two hands weie plaved, each
of the four pair of plajers from tlio
icspoctlvo clubs pHlng eight hands
with the opposing palis.
Tho Blnshaniton plajers camo down
on tho f 10 p m. Delaware, Lacka
wnnna and Western tialn and returned
nt 1.03 this morning.
eo tho display of Trass Beds Box
Spring Mattiesses, Hair and Cotton
.inttrees, Pillows, etc. in windows of
Pkbecker & Watkln. Theso goods aro
fiom The Scranton Bedding Co.
Our imported and domestic
creations represent a perfect
harvest ot ideas, from which
you are at liberty to glean
and profit to your heart's con
tent. Our representations in
And Bonnets, Ostrich
Plumes and Tips,
Birds, Fancy Feathers,
Are simply exquisite. And
our prices are right. You will
always find them below the
figures quoted elsewhere.
in ft a f
324 Lackawanna Ave.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
Held Yesterday In (lie Young Men's
Christian Association Rooms. '
ENC0URINQ REPORTS WERE READ
lliillding Committee Hopes to lliivo
tho New' Homo Ilcndy lor Occu
pnncvnnrli Noxt Ycnr--Nc,.Mntron
.Millies nn Interesting Address, Out
lining Iter Plnns--Kcport of tlio
Sccrotnrf-OIIlccrs F.lccjcd mul
Other Business Trnnsncttul.
The fourth annual mootlnjr of tho
Ploronce Crlttonton mission of this
city was held yesterdny afternoon In
tho lectin o room of tho Younc Wo
men's Christian association bulldlnp,
on WashliiBton avenue. Tho leports
of tho poeral ofllcers showed that tho
past vcar has been one of much pro
gress In the prent scheme of practical
Christianity of which Charles N. Crlt
tonton, who honored the city with a
visit this iear, Is tho father.
The meeting yesterdny was nttonded
by nearly eery member of tho mis
sion In this city. Mrs. W. II. Sadler,
tho retiring president, presided. Now
officers were elected as follows: Mrs
Thomas Dickson, president; Mr.s. W.
W. Lathrope, first vice-president; Mrs.
J L. Crawford, second vlce-piosldent;
Mrs. C. II. Von Storch, lecordlns sec
retary, Miss Jennie Andrews, coiro
spondlnp; pecrotary; Miss Jennie ltey
nolds, treasurer; Mrs A. D. Stelle, as
sistant treasurer. The report of the
new matron of tho home, Mrs. K. C.
Thomas, who entered upon her duties
nt the recommendation of Mr. Crltten
ton, was lead. Sho told of tho charges
In the homo during tho year and stated
that there had been received as In
mates forty-seven girls, nineteen of
w horn have been placed in good homes.
Matron Thomas defined the method
under which sho will manage tho homo.
Sho will ittlo to teach along prac
tical lines with an eer piesent nlm
to Instill In the hearts of the unfor
tunate girls the tiue peace of a Chris
tian life. Tho leport of Mr.s Von
Storch, lecordlng becrotaiy, was In
teresting. Tho withdrawal of Mrs.
Piances 11 Swan fiom nctKo Crlt
tonton woik in this city was touch
lngly mentioned. In her reference to
tho now home, which will bo built, Mrs.
Von Storch announced thnt two lots
on Harrison avenue had been pur
chased: tho plans for tho building
drawn by Architect Waltets, and the
contract let to Contractor Knufhold.
Half enough money has been fctib
scribed nluady and It Is expected that
tho new building will be occupied early
In the now year. Mrs. Von Storch gao
a resume of the work for a new home,
In which she complimented the mem
bers of the building committee Mrs.
J. li Crawford Mi.s. A. V. Stelle, Mis.
W. T. HacKett, Mrs. W. H. Taj lor.
Mrs. VT. D. DIehl and J. L,. Crawford.
Continuing her report, Mrs. Von Storch
"Our mission now belongs to tho Na
tional Ploienco Crlttonton mission,
which Is a ureat advantage in many
wns. For Instance, there Is a girl In
our mission whom wo w'sh to leave
this locality, which may have tempta
tions for her. She can bo transfenod
to a mission In another part of the
country, and In cases where this plan
has been tiled tho results have been
very satibfactory. Tho membership
committee, with their elnclent chair
man, Mrs. O E. Bean, wish to enroll
a thousand members. If this could
only bo done the expenses of tho homo
would bo assured .without further
soliciting, and wo could hao a sound
"Mis Dolph, of tho Jail committee,
has been a faithful, conscientious
worker nmong the men and women at
tho jail and has been tho means of
leading nuiny to a higher nnd better
life. Tlio work of tho homo commit
tee deserves special mention. To this
committee the matron ltfois nil ques
tions to be t-ettled. They solicit tho
needs of the house and look after the
homo in general.
"Tho boaul has written to tho
churches of Scranton and iclnlty, ask
ing each to contilbute one dollar a
month toward tho support of tho mis
sion. Answers to theso letters have
not been received from nil the churches
nnd It Is earnestly deMred that each
thuich send nn answer to the cone
hpondlng secretary, Miss Andrews, nt
Its earliest conenlenco. Wo earnestly
plead that It may bo a favorable an
swer. It seems necessary that we have
a regular Income that mny bo depend
ed upon for tho general housekeeping
Oijienses of tho mission."
BUILDING COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho leport of the building committee
wns read by the treasurer, Mrs. W. T.
Hackett. She tald:
"In presenting this statement 0? tho
condition of tho building fund tho
managers of tho riorenco Cilttenton
mission desire to expiess their pio
found gratitude to Almighty God for
having heard our piayers, and to all
those who, under His divine leading,
hae so cheerfully and geneiously re
sponded when asked to contribute to
the building fund. But while under
God's blessing much has been accom
plished, much still lemalns to bo done.
Whllo tho site for tho mission build
ing has been .selected and paid for,
with nearly $800 In the bank, and quite
a number of pledges icmalnlng unpaid,
there Is j et quite a balance to be nilsed
before our faith shall end In blight
"In the dlvlno word (John III, 16) wo
read: "God so loed tho woild that
ho gave his only begotten son that
whosoever belleveth in him should not
perish but have everlasting life." In
ev of tho great love of God in giv
ing his beloved son, nnd tho gicat
sacrifice of Chi 1st In gllng his prec
ious blood for us, should wo not show
our lovo and gratitude by giving not
only our hearts, but also our tlmo and
money. Remember that in giving of
our substance for this work wo are
laying up treasures in heaven, further
ing Christ's work on earth and hasten
ing His coming nnd Ills kingdom.
Christ camo Into tho world to save
sinners and that Is our object nnd aim.
Tho work of tho Florence Crlttonton
mission in Christ's work for His own
dear, erring daughters, those for whom
He died, and commends itself to every
truo follower or Christ whoso hearts
ahould go out In loving sympathy for
tho fallen nnd forsaken. Romember
also yo fathers nnd mothers that
though your child may never fall, eomo
other, nay, thousands of other children
aro falling dally, and an you remem
ber and meditate, may our Heavenly
Father open your hearts and lead you
to not only pray for, but also to free
ly give to thl work renumbering that
'freely ye have received, freely give,'
nnd 'he that sowoth sparingly shall
reap nlso sparingly,' "
Respectfully submitted In His name.
Mrs. W. T. Hackett.
The llnnnccs of the .building fund
aro ns nppended:
To balance In bnk last re-
pen I CM 0D
To cli roccled Elncc,
from all sources 1,073 SS
ny cash paid ns follows:
By amount pild Mls
Decker J 18 S3
By amount paid L. I. & C.
Co for lots 1.D00CO
By cash paid Miss J. Rey
nolds to ndjt'st account.. 35 00
By ensh trald Mrs. Dr.
Dean to adjust account . . 2 00
mSnnco in rim National
Amount of pledges (pild and unpaid)
since last nnnuil treotlni?:
At Crlttonton meetings held at Elm
Park church, including amount
pledged and paid by Mr. Crlt-
Personal pledges slnco in Scran
ton 2,209 00
Killed nt Plttston KO 00
Ri1ed nt Carbomlnlo Ml 25
liaised at Peck!l!o 8 10
IMlKPdnt Oljphant 100
Sundry small pledges 0 65
Total 74,391 IS
Special efforts are to be put forward
to mnko the new homo a reality before
THEY AUKE STATEMENTS.
Strikers nnd Strikoe Tell How It All
Ex-Chef Willie Llsk , pf Becmer'a
dining room, and three of his striking
sjmpathlzers cnlled on tho "quick
lunch" editor yesterdny and stated
that tho story of the chef nnd one of
the girls changing clothes was all
wiong, further, that they were not dls
chaiged, but quit of their own accord.
Mr P.eemer, when given the oppor
tunity of making a statement, said
that nil that The Tribune told was
correct and that the ex-chef not only
nppeared In the dining room with girl's
clothes on, but had his face tinted
with veimlllon, secured by wetting
Sessions of tho National Christina
Society Held nt Indinunpolis.
IndlannpoIIs, Oct. 15 The forenoon
session of tho National Christian
church convention at the Central
Chilstlan church was devoted to tho
depaltmcnt of Christian women's board
of missions. After dootlonal exer
cises, Piesldent Mi's. O A. Burgess de
livered her annual address.
Tho secretary's report showed 1,603
auxiliaries in the United States with
an aggregate membership of 30,307 and
contributions last year of $53,150. In
India, Jamaica nnd Mexico there are
twenty-six missionaries at work nnd
thirty others doing special work in this
Tho tiensurer's report showed total
receipts for tho year, including a bal
ance of $3,197 at the beginning of It, of
$72,73, and disbursements of $CS,72S,
leaving a balance of $3,993.
Tho leport of tho foreign missionary
society of tho church to be made to the
convention will show that the society
represents over 1,000,000 communicants.
Their total missionary offerings for the
j ear aggiegato ocr $300,000, nearly all
of which Is spent in tho United States.
Tho past j ear has been the most suc
cessful In tho socletj's history, more
than $12 000 in excess of any previous
j ear having been raised, bringing the
total receipts up to $100,222.10.
Acliiinw ledges the Nomination for the
Ollicn of Controller.
New Yoik, Oct. 13. Tho letter of ac
ceptance of ex-Postmaster Charles W.
Dayton for comptroller on the Jeffer
fcon Democracy ticket, which was made
public tonlcht, is in part ns follows:
"Tho administration of the olllco of
comptroller of tho second city of tho
world Is one which necessarily affects
the intti est of the poorest ns well as
the richest citizen. To tho administra
tion of that office I will, if elected, give
my undivided energies and such abil
ities as I possess. Agreeing, as I do,
with many of tho pilnclples set forth
in tho platform of tho Democracy of
Thomas Jeffoison, I deem the main
Issue In tho municipal campaign now
confronting tho people to be whether
Ctokorlsm shall for the next four years
rule our greater city. By Crokerlsm I
mean nn lmpeilous government In tho
hands of one man who administers a
principality solelv through the agency
of personal favorites, subserviency to
his will, wishes and purposes being tho
essential test of fitness for office."
Successful Pair Contostnnt.
Mlfs Marlam Terber, daughter of
Deputy Sherllf II. r. Ferber, was suc
cessful at tho fair In Calvary Baptist
church at Taj lor last evening in win
ning a pair of costly blankets.
The Young Couple
"Who start out by having their wed
ding Invitations printed at The
Tilbune office show a Judgment and
foieslght that augurs well for their
future prosperity. "Why? Because
wo print Invltntlons for less than
half what they cost engraved. The
papr will bo Just as good and Just
ns stylish only they will ha print
ed Instead of engraved nnd most
people can't tell tho difference.
A God-Sent Blessing.
Mi. B. F. Wood, of Easton, Pa,, was
a great sufferer from Organic Heart
Disease. Ho never expected to bo well
again, but Dr. Agnew's Curo for tho
Heart was his good onB'el, and he lives
today to tell it to others, hear him:
"I was for fifteen years a great sufferer
from heart disease, h'ad smothering
spells, palpitation, pain In left side, nnd
swelled ankles. T.venty physicians
treated me. "Iiut I got no relief. I used
Dr. Agnew's Curo for the Heart. One
dose relieved me inside ot thirty min
utes. Seven bottles cured me." Sold
by Matthew s Bros.J 21.
CASTOR 1 A
For Infants and Children.
A ItArt l.llpn 3.Btf
SDeOSia. trltU und all
ders nosltlvcly cured. (IrovLr Qralmm's l)y.
pop.ilu ltemedy la u stieclfle. Ono iloxo re
movemill dUtrest, unda permanent cure of
the moxt chronlu and severe case U nuuran
teed. 1H not sudor I A SO-cont bottle will
convince the mon Hkoptlcul.
MuttUHHH Ilros., UrugsUtB, 020 Lacka
BOY GOES UP FOR
CONTEMPT OF COURT
Refused to Answer Questions Propounded
by Judge Arclibald.
HE WAS SURLY AND STUBBORN
Another Witness in tlio Sumo Cnso
Hcfimcd to Tnko tho OnthSho
Cnvo ii Novel Benson nnd It Wns
Acccptcd--Trnin W rocker on 'Print.
Step-Sister Toll of Their Troublot.
Number of Verdicts Itcndorcd In
A flftcen-ycar-old boy, Dennis Mc
Mahon, of Providence, was committed
to the county Jail for contempt of court
yesterday by Judge Arclibald.
Dennis was cnlled ns a witness for
the prosecution in the case in which
his father, John McMahon, charged
James A. Wilson with assault and bat
tery. The lawyers for either side ques
tioned and cross-questioned him nt
length and as ho is a. rather dense and
stupid sort of lad ho became sullen
nnd reticent under the aggravating
cross-fire. Judge Arclibald tried to get
him to mnke answer to several ques
tions, but he only snarled something
to the effect that ho wouldn't or didn't
have to. Thereupon the Judge called
in Deputy Sheriff Price and gave the
lad into his custody. He was kept in
tho prisoners' pen until 5 o'clock and
then went up with the rest of the pris
oners in tho Black Maria.
The case Itself was occasioned by the
Incoirlglbillty of Dennis. Hia father
went to chastize hhn one day last Juno
and their noxt door neighbor, Mr. "Wil
son interfered to prevent it, believing
that the father was drunk and In no
lit condition to Inflict chastisement.
Tho Interfornco wns of a rather rough
untitle, tho evidence of tho prosecutor
tended to show, and tho charge of as
sault and battery resulted.
TBIDD TO "WRECK A TRAIN.
Another feature of tho trial was the
refusal of one of the witnesses, Mrs.
John Wh.ittley, to take the prescribed
oath She was allowed to make an
nllii matlon. Tho reason she gave was
that no Christian woman in hor con
dition should raise her hand to take
nn oath. Hor ery honest and straight
forward wav of giving her testimony
showed that she wns conscientious.
The Jury had not reached nn agree
ment at adjourning time. Attorney
Thomas P. Duffy leprcsented the prose
cution, and A. A. Vosburg the defense.
Michael Moylnsky was tried before
Judge Edwards forattemptlng to wreck
a Delaware nnd Hudson passenger
train near Dickson City, Sept. 7, last.
Ho was .seen to place a coupling pin
on the rail by James Heffron, a section
boss, and was captured after a chase
ot a quarter of a mllo. He denied the
net and said It was a companion of
his who had done it.
When the cao camo up yesterday he
had no counsel and court assigned At
torney W. R. Lewis to defend him.
Tho understanding was general that
the defendant is not altogether respon
sible for his acts.
The main court room had tho major
ity of spectators yesterday afternoon.
Tho attraction was the case of Luther
Poster against James Ruane, in which
the defendant was chaiged with as
sault nnd battery on the plaintiff's
eighteen-year-old daughter. The par
ties live In the Bunker Hill district of
Dunmore. Ruane Is a rather natty
looking vouth and Miss Foster is a
eiy pietty miss. They were at a pic
nic, July 5, last. In Laurel Hill park
and returned home together. More
than a month later tho girl's father
had young Ruane arrested for assault
and battery. Tho alleged crimo was
committed during tho walk home.
Ruano said he only held her hand and
drew her gently to his aide. Sho says
he caught her hand and forcibly pulled
her to tho ground. She admits that
this was the extent of his assault and
also that ho made no Improper ad
vances. Mr. Duggan, attorney for the
defense, told the Jury that his client
had done nothing more than what
every man In the box had often done
In his younger days hugged the girl
ho was taking home from a picnic. Mr.
Chase assisted District Attorney Jones
in tho pro.secutlon. Tho Jury was not
In at adjournment.
HAPPY FAMILY, THIS.
July 2, last, Mary Connors' father
married Mary Jane Sheldon's mother
nnd In the evening ho took his wife
and her four children to his home on
the "West Side. Miss Connors refused
to adopt tho Sheldon nnd a general
row ensued, during which it is alleged
Miss Sheldon did beat and otherwise
maltreat Miss Connors. A bloody
shirt-waist was offered by Miss Con
nors as testimony of tho vlclousness of
Miss Sheldon's attack. The Jury said
not guilty, and directed each party to
pay half tho costs.
Owing to the non-appearance of tho
prosecutor the case of assault and bat
tery brought byMartlnMangan against
William Roup was dismissed.
We intend making Monday
the greatest bargain day of
the season. Never have you
had such an opportunity of
buying goods cheap.
ChcclCH and Plaids worth Mo for Uc.
Two Toned aiaeso raj.cles, worth
25c., for 15c.
Iioiiu-tto Tufts and Ovcrchecks,
votth 40c, for J9c.
High l.ustro Melange In all the
shades, worth GOc., for 39c,
Space will not permit us to mention one-half of the good
Monday. A visit to our store will convince you that we are
Charles Chapman, charged by II.
Gotdschlngcr with false pretenses, was
released upon payment of costs, the
prosecutor agreeing not to push tho
case on this condition. In tho same
manner J. Strenk, Michael Strenk nnd
John Poncash escaped trial on tho
charge of malicious mischief preferred
by Pernsch Melhatrty.
John Mnchlnskl, of Jessup.wns found
guilty of assnult and battery on John
Pranko and got sixty days In the coun
Anthony Udrl wns returned not
guilty of the charge of aiding a pris
oner to cscnpo, which accusntlon was
prcfcricd by Constable Hugh Collins.
Tho constable, It appears, was set up
on by a crowd In Ildrl's saloon, corner
of Main avenue and Lafayette street,
when he wont to make nn nrrest. Udrl
was shown to have Interfered only ns
a peacemaker. Cawley & Shenrn do
Not guilty, but pay tho costs, was
the verdict returned In the case of
John Bolnn, charged by Michael Wes
losky with assault and battery, nnd
also in tho case of John Hall, charged
with a similar offense by John A.
Evans. The Jury in the case of Charles
McEIroy, charged with pointing a pis
tol nt John Shnfer, of Wlnton, came in
yesterday morningvvith a verdict of not
guilty and directed that one-fourth of
tho costs be borne by tho defendant
nnd three-fourths by tho prosecutor.
A technical error was made In yes
terday's report of the case against tho
three tramps, charged with burglar
izing Erbe's hotel In Prlceburg. Thoy
were released because of insufficient
evidence nnd not through tho quash
ing of tho indictment. The mistake is
only noteworthy because of tho fact
thnt District Attorney John R. Jones
has tho record of never having had
one of his indictments quashed.
A WORD OE ADVICE
Republicans who are faithful In so
called off years arc. the ones Whoso
fealty to party counts. Let all such
bestir themselves now.
BURLESQUE SHOW AT DAVIS'.
Will Rogin n Thrco Dnys' Engage
ment Next .Monday.
Lang's Operatic Kurlesqu'rs will ap
pear at Davis' theiter for three days
nnd nights, beynnlng Mond.ty aftor
i oon. Tho orgmUaMon lo tint of the
Miongp3t bair!yiiie shows In the busi
ness; everything r.ew nnd special, new
music: up-to-daU comedy; latest songs
and dances, Introducing thi most re
cent Now York 2.1lfe.
Tho olio Includes the loading lights
of tho vaudevil'e ttage, and the bright
nnd catchy burlesque, "The Twin
K'ngs," are far obove the average In
troducing tho entire company of twon-iy-four
You will miss it if you buy an iron or
brass bed before seeing The Scranton
Redding Co. Forty diffsrent styles to
St. Lukc'H Summer Home.
Contributions to St. Luke's Summer
home aro acknowledged as follows:
A Prlcnd $50 00
Provlously ackrew lodged 434 4S
Samuel If. Stevens, Treasurer.
Tor Hcnvj-, Sluggish Proline;
Vso HoMftml's Acid Phosphate.
It produces healty activity of weak
or disordered stomachs that need
stimulating, and acts as a tonic on
nerves and brain.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Taks laxativo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25c
BREAKING THE RECORD,
Wo know already that wo'vo discounted
last fall so far, but wo want to make a
new record for October. This is the way
wo go about It.
Six doz. Trimmed Sailors (not tho latest)
but deslrablo Shapes and Quality, at GOc.
Tho "Ideal" Trimmed Sailors with Vel
vet band, at S0c, Cheap at $1.19.
Tho "Yale," very etyllsh, with plaid
trimmings at 03c, fully worth $1.25.
Tho Novelty nnd Krlsco Fur felt walk
ing hat, sell at 9Sc, worth $1.50.
Tho stllsh Inlngton plaid trimmed at
$1.48, regular $2.00 quality.
Ask to see them.
A. R. Sawyer,
132 Wyoming Avenue.
Wo liavo a pplendld assortment of
Ladles Coats and Capes, Children's
Seperato Skirts, very full, north $2 00,
Separate Skirts, good Material, well
mado, hang Just right, worth $1 50,
Separate Skirt Iilack'm'ornV Serge! all
wool, worth $3 23, for J2D0
Wrappers, fieeco lined yoke, hack
trimmed with braid, worth $123
Monday for S9c.
Personally conducted, Leave Chica
go every Wednesday. Burlington
Rottto to Denver, thence via Denver &
Bio Grande Ry. (tho scenlo line of the
world). Parties travel in Pullman
tourist sleeping cars fitted with every
convenience, which go through to Call
fornla nnd nto in chargo of special
agents of long experience. For par
ticulars address T. A. Orady, Excursion
Mgr. C. P.. & Q. R. R, 2J1 Clark St.,
BEECHAM'S TILLS-No equal for
40 00 O f O-fOOO 4- H O
October 15, j
16 and 18, I
It will be a treat You
should not miss it.
MILLAR & PECK,
0 134 WYOMING AYKNUE. J
A Walk in and look around. j-
Five hundred bub-
V ble blowers were
sent us by mistake.
Rather than pay
return charges the
them at very little.
They are made to
retail at 15 cents
and are a decided
and for children an
endless source of
free with every pur-
chase of 50 cents
or more today
while they last.
I? Crepe Thousand rolls
f Paper, of Crepe Paper
V full double
sized rolls usually sells at
15 cents. Today 9c.
a Wo show jou how to mnko
Dinner One hundred
4b Set piece dinner set
k three color
2 decorations semi porcelain
X body handles stippled.
Value is $13. Today
Glass Three hun-
Tumblers, dred spec
A lally blown
T glass tumblers, etched.
Usual price is 75c dozen.
I oday 5C.
THE KEXF0RD COMPANY
303 Lackawannn Aonue
Whito or Grey Blankets, worth 70c.,
Whlto Blankets, extra large, worth
S5c, for 89c.
Whlto or Grey Blankets, worth $100,
Grey Wool Blankets, cheap nt $2 00,
Whlto Blankets, worth $2 BO, for $1.93
Whlto Blankets, worth $4.73 for $3.00
Whlto Blankets, extra largo, flno soft
wool, worth $0 50 for $5.23
Comforts of good material and extra
heavy, worth $1.00, for C9c.
Comforts, largo elie, worth $1.23, for.. 85c.
415 and 417
Lackawanna Avenue Scranton, . Pa
Elcli colors, full glazed, hold
C-incli pot, rogultir price 24L
for throo days 10c
Others, all slien, all prices.
Soinl-Porcclaln, Flouor BIub
Mario decorations, under1
glazed, guaranteed not to
craze; real worth $15.00; to
move thorn price $12.98
Ilavlland shapo3, 100 pieces,
3-color decoration, full gold
traced and stlplo, ordinarily
sell at 14.00. For two
Buys 100-pIcco set, all gold
decoration, regular price, $4.
25 dozen, elegantly decorated
with plain gold or hnnd
paintod; real worth 24o.
While thoy last 10c
Cups and Saucers
Way below tho old tariff
prices, not mentioning tho
now. Fow left at 10c
310 Lackawanna Ave.
J. H. LADW10.
Ily tho ue of my new local anaesthetic. Koi
Bleop-produclng agent. It is elmply lapplled
to the gums and tlio tooth extracted without
a particle of pain.
All other dental operations performed po3l
tlcly without pain.
WARRANTED 5 YEARS.
These aro tho Fiimo teeth other dentist
charge from $1G to $26 a set foi
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES.
Gold nnd Porcelain Crowns; Gold, Stiver
nnd Cement Fillings, at one-half tho uiunl
coat. Examination free. Openeienlngs 7to
8, Suudajs o to 11 u. m.
DR. BARRETT, DENTIST
316 Spruce Street,
Next Door to Motel Jermyn.
30c. Tahlo Linen for 24c.
3"c. Tablo Linen for 2$c.
45c. Tublo Linen for 35c.
COc. Tablo Linen for 47c.
Good Outing Flannel 4c,
10c. Outing Flannel 7c.
Unbleached Canton Flannel 4c
Good Shaker Flannel 34c
Good Apron Gingham 34c.
Best Apron Gingham 6c.
Good Brown Muslin 3c.
Best Lockwood 9-1 Sheeting 124c,
Bleached Lockuood 9-4 Sheeting.... 114c.
3 Fairs Men's Heavy Half Hose 25c.
Men's Good Hoso Be.
Ladles' Oood Black Hoso Sc.
Ladles' 22c. Black Hose 17c.
Children's lBc. Black Hose 10c.
Boys 25c. and 30c. Black Hose 21c.
things we offer for
giving the greatest
TEETH 8 II HI