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TIEE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1897.
Window Shadas and Fixtures.
Now Is a suitable time to decorate
and "fix up'1 your rooms for the
Autumn and Winter's use. Our
assortment or desirable
WINDOW SHADIvS, ETC.,
Is complete, aud we Invite an
inspection by any one that wants to
sec Choice Fine Papers from the best
factories. Wc can furnish good,
decorators on short notice and
222 Lackawanna Ave.
Have a Cigar?
Thank Don't raro If
1 do. Au, tint is u
I'm in luck. It's my
Garney, Browi & Co.
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Ave.
The Best Wc Give Our Patrons.
Why Not Have It?
jo8 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN.
DR. W. B. HENWOOD,
!6 LACKAWANNA AVE.
llavo opened a General Insurance Ofllco In
mentis' inm ht n
Uest Stock Companies represented. Largo
Jtiib especially solicited. Telephone, 18U3.
Thursday will bo tho annual donation
day at tho Homo for tho Friendless. This
will probably bo ono of the hardest win
ters for tho Institution In Its history, us
expenses of building arc very heavy and
tho largo family makes increasing de
mands upon tho kindness of the patrons.
It is earnestly requested thut tho many
friends of tho Institution continue their
support on this occasion. There are fo
many things needed provisions, clotnlng,
bed linen, everything avallablo In a homo
whero old ladles und children are fed,
clothed and srcltered. Tho old people
and tho little ones nre looking forward
eagerly to tho day when tho present
close and cramped accommodations can
bo exchanged for the beautiful new
building on tho hilltop overlooking tho
city. Thero ate those whoso poor old feet
nrc feeble, lerhaps so feeble that they
will never cross tho threshold of the piet
ty rooms prepared for them by loving
hearty nnd generous hands. Tho dim
eyes look out with longing toward tho
spot where tho towers of the new Homo
rise, and although tho time Is not far dis
tant when tho hoi so that has been n
blessed shelter for a quarter of a cen
tury will be left forever it may bo that
some who wait eagerly for the chango
will take but a brief Journey to a nearby
borne, small and narrow. It Is to glad
den the hearts of such as these who at
the longest will not tarry many years
and whoso lives have had little enough of
sunsHlne, that the plea for remembranco
on this annual gift day, Is made. Don't
forget tho Home.
Haydn Evans will commence rehearsals
tonight at tho Penn Avenuo Uaptlst
church for a performance of the Messiah
Dee. 2. All singers who participated and
all others aro cordially invited to bo pres
Tho Schubert Malo Glee club, of tho
North End, serenaded next 'Sheriff C K.
Tryor last nliht at his home on Gibson
street. William Davis was tho leader of
Mrs. C. 13. Penman (spent tho past few
days In Harrlsburg.
Miss Wheelock, of tho Leader's millin
ery department, Is In New York city.
Dr. It, J. Brooks, of Norwich, N. V
Is the Buest of P. It. Crane, of this city.
Miss Schumakcr. of Kvansville, Ind.,
is the guest of Miss Coyne, of Adams
William Sando, of Boston, visited his
parents In this city yesterday. Ho was
enrouto to Chicago.
A. R. Gould and son, Robert, left yester
day for New York city to attend tho car
riage builders' convention.
Myer Davldow, tho Lackawanna ave
nue shoo man, lias returned from n
business trip to New York.
Miss Pannle Shay, of Palrdale, Sus
quehanna county, is visiting Mrs. A. J.
Merrill, on Adams avenue. .
The claim of Arthur Frothlngham upon
tho effects of tho Kennedy theatrical
company was settled yesterday nnd tho
forwarding of tho goods to Towanda was
D. W. Reynolds, of tho (Inn of Rey
The most comfortable nn J econ
omical suspender for the work,
logman, will wear for years.
25c, 50c. and 75c.
WATERS, TIM MATTKIt, , i
jog Lackawanna Ave.
w"Tjf i. if?
nolds Bros., tho Wyoming avenue sta
tioners, nnd W, J. Reynolds, returned
yesterday nfter u ten days' business visit
In Now York city.
James J. Murphy, secretary of tho
Wllkes-Bnrre Clerks' association, was ti
visitor In Scrnnton yesterday and was
tho guest of Mr. G. Nelson TcoU, sec
retary of the Scrnnton Clems' associa
tion. ARCHDEACONRY MEETING.
Ilplscopnlluns llcgnu Their .Sessions
in (Iicnt Itend Ycstunlnv.
The autumn session of tho Episcopal
Archdeaconry of Scrnnton und Sunday
School instltuto opened nt Grace
church, Great Bond, l'n yesterday and
will continue during tomorrow. Fol
lowing Is tho programme:
Monday, Oet. JS 7.30, evening prayer,
"Value of holy communion in n Chris.
tlan' life," Rev. 10. J. llaughtou, rector
of St. Mark's church, Dunmoro; notes of
tho recont international convention of St.
Andrew's Brotherhood, Harry Cresson
McHenry, assistant chaplain Eastern pen.
Tuesday 9.0U, business meeting; 10,
morning prayer; 10.30, holy communion,
sermon by Rev. W. H. Stone, rector of
St. Clement's chuioh, Wllkos-Barre; 1 p.
m.. lunch served by Guild ot Sisters ot
Bethany in rectory; 130, business meet
ing; 3.30, archdeacon's report; i, Kxegesis,
1 Kplstlc of St. John, 3-9. Rov. Charles K.
Pessenden, rector of St. James' church,
Jermyn; C, creed and collects; 7., evening
prayer; address, "The secret of an apos
tle's contentment," Rev. Henry L. Jones,
S. T. I)., rector of St. Stephen's church,
Wllkes-Barre; "Why Is it wrong for an
American churchman to say, '1 do not be
llevo In foreign missions?"' Rev. V. H.
Berghaus, rector of Trinity church, Ath
ens; "Is there greater or less necessity at
tho present tlmo that there was In the
days of St. Paul to 'Remember the words
of tho Iord Jesus how Ho said it Is moro
blessed to glvo than to receive V " Rev.
It. G. Quennull, rector Christ church,
Blnghamton, and dean of convocation.
Wednesday 7 a. m., holy communion;
n.43, litany service; lO.'dl&eusslon, "What
will bo the effects of the results of higher
criticism upon tho church's doctrines and
sacraments?" Introduced by Archdeacon
Coxo; 11, discussion, "Elements which
contribute toward success of n parish,"
Introduced by Rev. P. S. Balentlne, rector
of Church of Good Shepherd, Scranton;
1! p. m., address, "Value of thu Sunday
school for training for tho church," Rov.
Chnrles E. Fessendc-n, rector of St. James'
church, Jermyn; 2.30, address, "Should
the parents teach the Sunday school les
son?" Rev. B. S. Lasslter, rector of
Church of Good .Shepherd, Mllford; 3, ad
dress, "What shall wo do with our boys?"
Rev. W. do P. Johnson, rector Calvary
church, Wltkis-Barre; 3.30, address, "A
laymnn's Interest In tho Sunday school;"
1, creeds nnd collects: 7.30, evening prayer
address, "Influence of a parish house upon
work of parish," Rev. W. II. Stone, rec
tor ot St. Clement's church, Wllkes
Barre; address, "Why should wo attend
church services?" Rev. Rogers Isiael,
rector ot St. Luke's church, Scranton.
After the services the Women's Aux
iliary of this parish will give a recep
tion to the visiting clergy, laymen and
congregation of this parish.
MINER'S HORRIBLE DEATH.
Patrick Lynn frightfully Mangled by
n Premature Illnst.
Patrick I.vnn a miner In the Clark
vein of tho Brlsbln mine was killed
yesterday moraine; by a premature
Lynn h.i lighted a fuse and was
preparing: to seek a ulnce of satety.
nr.d after waiting some little time and
not hearing the shot go off he de
cided to return nnd investigate. When
some distance from the blast It ex
ploded with terrlllc effect, hurling a
largo piece of coal which Btruclc the un
fortunate man, making a largo gaping:
wound in his intestines, and fractur
ing both h'ip and spinal virtebral. He
expired within a few minutes nfter the
Lynn resided In Electric City Park
and Ih survived by a wife and eight
children. Tho arranffimdnts for hlM
funeral have not been completed.
Another .Miner Mny Die.
"William Trovosky, laborer, and Evan
Lewis, miner, both employed nt the
Brlsbln mlnf, nre at the Moses Taylor
hospital suffering from Injuries receiv
ed while at work yesterday. Lewis
may die. Trovosky made the mistake
of tamping bare powder with a drill.
Tho explosion resulting hurled both
men several feet. They were horribly
mangled. Evans Is a married man and
lives on Grant avenue. West Scrnn
ton. WILL CONTEST THE CLAIMS.
Property Honril Will Decide Owner
ship ol Conl Under the River.
Attorney Melvln I. Corbett for the
Delawnro Lackawanna nnd "Western
company has filed caveats against the
applications for river warrantry, made
In Luzsrne county and yesterday serv
ed citations on tho parties making:
Tho hearlni: will take pla-e before
the board cf property in Ilarrlsburt;
on November 18, next.
BUNCOERS ABROAD : BEWARE !
It Is tho trick of tho Bryanlzed De
mocracy this fall to make false
charges against Republican methods,
ralso a big dust, hire Republican mal
contents to organize Republican bolts
and then coax individual Republicans
to desert their party on tho represen
tation that "party ties needn't count
for anything in an off year." By this
trick, if it shall work, tho Bryanltes
will get a foothoH for a hopeful light
In national campaigns, and make Just
so much more troublo for MaKinley,
tho Republican congress nnd tho cause
of sound rrcrcy.
You now seo through this trick. Aro
you going to let It work?
Spccinl Ladies' Clnss
Wednesday afternoon at 4. in. A
few more ladles can join. J. Frank
Slegel, Teacher of Dancing.
Nobby I'nll Clothing.
The largest, most complete and most
stylish lino of Fall nnd Winter clothing
In the city nt
Horan & Morrill's,
31G and 31S LacUa. ave.
The Young Couple
Who start out by having their wed
ding Invitations printed at Tho
Tribune office show a Judgment and
foresight that augurs well for their
future prosperity. Why? Because,
we print Invitations for less than
halt what they cost engraved. The.
paper will bo Just as good and Just
as stylish only they will b print
ed Instead of engraved and most
people can't tell tho difference.
HARH18.-In Scrar.ton, Oct. 18, 1697, Mrs.
Lewis If, Harris, 18 yearn of age, at tho
residence, 1117 Rock (street. Funeral
Thursday afternoon at 2.30 at the resi
dence. Interment at tho Washburn
BUOKM-JY.-In Dunrr.ore, Oct, 18, 1897,
Jcm-phlne, wife of A. B. Buckley, Vu.
neral notice later.
HEAP BIG CHIEFS
AND MANY SQUAWS
Prominent Red Men and Delegates of
Degree of Pocouonlns Here.
STATE CONVENTION OPENS TODAY
Will Contiinio Until Wednesday Night
nnd Will Hnvc ns Its .Main Ventures
n Public Reception, mi Entertain
ment, Session of Decree Work,
Business .Meetings nnd n llnll.
Local Committee nud List or Stnto
Ollicors ol Both Orders.
About two hundred Daughters of
Pocohontas and olllcors of tho Improv
ed Order of Red Men, are In the city
In attendance upon thu annual State
convention nt Great Sun's Council of
the D?gre3 of Pocohontas, which opens
Its sessions In Music hall at ! o'clock
The delegates and visitors beirani
arriving yesterday morning and con
tinued coming In until the last of the
early morning trains. They were met
at the stations by local committee nnd
escorted to tho convention headquart
ers, the St. Charles.
On the committee ware A. A. Ayers,
of Pocltvllle. Representative of the
Grand Council of tho United States,
and the following assistants: Mrs.
John Llttlejohn, Mrs. Mary Keeney,
Old Forge; Mrs. Alice Trumbower, Mrs.
Ida Eldtod, Miss Lizzie Darsey, Mrs.
Oa3sl Wlllnrd, Mrs. Eliza Gardner,
Mrs. Elizabeth Oliver, Mrs. Norma H.
Wheeler, Mrs. Julia Sterling. Miss Liz
zie Howell, MJas Williams, Miss Jenk
ins, Mrs. Marcy, Mrs. sniffer, Mrs,
Sarah B. Archer, and Mrs. William
Dlehl. After being provided with,
quarters tho delegates wero shown
about the city and made acquainted
with Its many Interesting points,
STATE OFFICEnS IIEKE.
Among the stuto officers who have
arrived are: Great prophetess, Mrs.
Bessie Hauser, Philadelphia; great
pocohontas, Miss Emma R. D'Mner,
Pottsvllle; great wtenonah, Mrs. Emily
Keck, Allentown; griat mlnneh'aha.
Mrs. Addle I. Tyler, Hallstead; great
keeper of records, Pauline De Baufree,
riilladelphla;great keeper of wampum,
Mrs. George M. D. Bellows, Philadel
phia; first great scout, Hattle Evans,
Weatherlj ; second great scout, Miss
Tho chiefs of the great council, and
state officers of the Red Men who ate
here to participate In the convention
Great sujheni, Dr. Walter It. Rogers,
Philadelphia; great senior sagamore, Je
rome Hlte, Steelton; grcut Junior saga
more, Joseph Allison, Philadelphia; great
prophet, Walter B. White, York; great
chief of records, Thomas K. Donnally,
Philadelphia; great keeper of wampum,
George W. Kreamer, Philadelphia; great
sannap, A. C. Holland, Philadelphia; great
mlslnewa, Paul C. Buck, Philadelphia;
great guard of wigwam, Charlet. Schmel
zer, Philadelphia; groat guard of forest,
William P. iMacferran, Philadelphia;
chairman of standing committees
Finance, Randolph M. Trout, Philadel
phia; law and usage, Frank C. Knlpo,
Philadelphia; state of the order, Thomas
D. Tanner, Easton; returns and reports,
George W. Chapman, Philadelphia; board
of appeals, D. Hanley Stone, Philadel
phia. The convention will open this morn
ing with a reception at Music hall, at
which Bauer's orchestra will discourse
music. An address of welcome will be
delivered by Secretary It. J. Beamish
for Mayor Bailey and a patriotic speech
will be delivered by Rev. J. B. Sweet,
of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church. There will be a brief business
session also In the morning.
In the afternoon there will be nn
entertainment and In the evening the
degree team of the Minnehaha council,
No. 3, of Easton, will exemplify the
newly revised unwritten work.
Wednesday, there will be two ses
sions given over entirely to routine
business and Wednesday night there
will be a ball in honor of the delegates
at Natter's ball, Alder street, under the
auspices of Nay Aug tribe, No. 1-10,
Improved Order Red .Men,
Thero are 33,000 Red Men and C.000
members of tho Degree of Pocohontas
in Pennsylvania and In Lackawanna
county there are 2,000 of the former
and 300 of the latter.
ENTERTAINMENT OP MERIT.
Is Promised to Open the V. M. C. A.
In Y. M. C. A. hall tonight will be
given the first of the winter season's
entertainment course. The Park sis
ters and Miss Edith Norton will be
In Europe and America audiences
have applauded the Park Sisters with
the greatest enthusiasm. They have
been engaged for select recitals before
royalty in Europe and artists like Pattl
and Calve have sent enthusiastic tes
timonials of esteem, so that the Y. M.
C. A. committee feel that they are of
fering their patrons a rare treat In the
concert which opens the course this
evening. Miss Edith Norton, a charm
ing young Scranton girl, is tho reader
for this company, and has won high,
praise In many cities for her art.
PRESBYTERIAN CLERIC'S OPINION.
Attack of tho Yoico on Princeton
Wns Not Wnrrnutcd.
At yesterday's meeting of the Pres
byterian cleric in the studv of Rev.
Dr. S. C. Logan on Qulncy avenue,
the recent attack made on Princeton
university by The Voice was consider
ed. It was the general opinion that the
criticism of The Voice was not war
ranted. Rev. George E. Guild presided. Oth
er members present were; Revs. Mof
fat, Robinson, Dunn, Foster, Losan and
f I Mil CO STORL
$ F. P. PRIOR.
A CHILD CAN USE THEM.
It'i Easy to Dyo with Diamond Dyes.
' Glvo Colors I'nst to Sun, Sonp nnd
Some poonlo think It l.i a dlfllcult
matter to do their own dyeing. It cer
tnlnly Is with the old-fushloned dye
stuffs and with many of the crude
package dyes upon tho market, but
when the original Diamond Dyes nre
used, It Is but little more troublo to
get fast nnd beautiful colors than it
would bo to wash and rinse the goods.
Do not allow your dealer to force upon
you Imitations of the Diamond Dyes
on which he can make more profit, but
Insist on having the genuine that have
stood tho test of years of use In thous
ands of homes.
FROM FRYING PAN TO FIRE.
Escaped the Street Car nnd Collided
with it Cnrrlngn.
James Radway and his wife, of Elm
hurst, had nn experience while spend
ing a few hours here yesterday. They
were in a carriage and when driving
down Washington avenue In front of
the Liberty hall building a street car
coming In an opposite direction forced
Radway to drive Into Simon Rice's
carriage which was stationed near tho
Radway's wheel tore a wheel from
the Rice carriage and In Its effort tho
Radway wheel Itself was taken from
the axle. Mr. Radway and his wlfo
were spilled on the pavement, Mrs.
Radway sustaining a painful contusion
on her left elbow.
B0GART JEWELRY FOUND
By the Arrest of Crooks in Chicago, the
Mysterious Burglary Here Is
The jewelry taken from the residence
of Garrett Bogart, at the corner of
Adams avenue and Spruce street, on
the evening of Sept. 30, has been re
covered by the police of Chicago.
Three men, Rubensteln Blxter, alius
"Sheeney Joe;" Prank Johnson, of St.
Louis, and Michael Flaherty, of Chi
cago, professional crooks, In whose
possession the stolen articles were
found, are now locked in the Chicago
city jail, awaiting the arrival of Mr.
Bogart and Detective Molr who left on
the 1.50 p. m. Delaware, Lackawanna
und Western train yesterday. That
the jewelry recovered Is the Bogart
property was proven conclusively by a
telegram received at police headquar
ters at 5 o'clock last evening. This
message was In l espouse to a query
from the local department asking if a
certain ling inscribed from "Pa to
Ma," had been noticed among the
goods recovered. The answer came:
Lost jewelry leeovered mailed; ring de
scribed found; wire what action will take;
secured contliaunre for ten days. (Signed)
L. H. Coleman, chief of detectives.
Mr. Bogart and Detective Molr were
already on their way to Chicago when
the last message was received. Tho
local department heard of the deten
tion of "Sheeney Joe" nnd his pals and
the recovery of tho jewelry yestorday
morning through the Blnghamton de
partment to whom had been sent a list
ot the articles stolen heie. Later in
the day a telegram from Chief of De
tectives Calleran was received. It stat
ed: "Jewelry recovered here. Answers
description of property stolen from
Garrett Bogart; have mailed list.
Thieves in custody. Wire instruc
tions." Word was sent back to hold the
prisoners until the arrival of Mr. Bo
gart and Detective Molr. They will
reach Chicago nt 10 a. in., this morn
ing. The recovery of the Jpwelry was ef
fected only after an exciting encounter
with the three crooks. The men had
entered the American Express office In
Chicago to secure a package addressed
to "Sheeney Joe" from New York.
When the crooks entered the office and
asked for the package three Chicago
detectives sprang from concealment
and with drawn revolvers arrested the
trio of crooks. The package was found
to contain jewelry to the estimated
value of $23,000. It is supposed that
the three men have been at work all
over the country.
A POLITICAL POINTER-
If you Indorse tho frco trade and freo
sllver Chicago platform as the Lacka
wanna Democracy does, "fully and
without reserve," then work and voto
for Schadt, Horn, et. al. If you be
lieve In McKlnley, protection and pros
perity, turn theso agents of Bryan
Annual rail Excursion.
If the number of letters received by
J. C. Anderson.Kenernl passenger agent
of the N. Y.. O. & W. Railway, at 50
Beaver st., New York, asking for cop
ies of the "Literary Salad," Illustrated
circular and information as to rates
account of their annual Fall Excursion
to Greater Now York, Oct. 23th, Is any
criterion, the number ot excursionists
this year will far exceed those of for
mer years. Tho autumnal foliage
changes through the valleys of the
Delaware and Noverslnk are grander
than ever before, and at this season of
the year the metropolis offers every at
traction for Its visitors.
Grand Specinl Excursion
to the Klondyke Gold Fields. Special
train to Seattle; special steamer to St.
Michaels, and special steamer from St.
Michaels to tho Gold Fields. Leave
Buffalo midnight of March 0th; leave
Seattle Wednesday, March 16th. Tour
ist sleeping cars, lowest rates, berths
reserved and tlcketB sold through to
For nil Information as to rates, sup
plies and cost of same, write at once,
ns the boat Is fast filling up, to F. J.
Moore, General Agent, Nickel Plate
Road, 23 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Welsh I'rlo Singers
From tho land of song and poetry
will make their first appearance In this
city at the Lyceum on Monday even
ing, Oct. 23. Bo sure and hear them,
llornn A- Merrill
quote the lowest prices on strictly flno
Twining, optician 125 Penn avenue, In
Harris' drug store. Hours 0 a. m., 5
SCROFULA Is the advertisement of
foul blood. It may be entirely driven
from the system by th'o faithful use of
Hood'u Sarsaparllla, which thoroughly
purifies the blood.
HOOD'S PILLS aro easy to take.easy
to operate. Cure Indigestion, bilious
ON THE P., L. & W.
Two Coal Trains Collide Near Glenburn
THERE WAS NO LOSS OF LIFE
Third r.xlrn Train Him Into tho Hour
of tho Second Ktrn--Cnbooso
Burned, Goudolns Telescoped nnd
Track Torn Up lor Twcnty-fivo
Fcot--Pnsoiigcr Trnlllo Wns Hln-dcrcd--Nlno
Hours to Clear tho
A tedh-end collision between two coal
trains on the Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western road near Glenburn yes
terday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock delay
ed traffic elgh't hours but did not cause
any loss of life.
The second extra of No. 29 train was
nt the crossover north ot the station
and slowly pulling out northward
bound. When the third extra of ths
same train, drawn by engine "George
Buckley," No. 42 in charge of engineer
Amzl Albert, passed the station with
out heeding the signal, or else th's
signal was not dlsplnyed, and crashed
Into the caboose of the second extra ot
tho crossover.. Going north It Is down
grade. The third extra was running at
about t'?n miles nn hour.
The crew In the caboose saw tho
approaching engine and train and
jumped In time to &ave themselves.
The caboose was squeezed onto thu en
glue's pilot beam and wns destroyed
by fire, Two big gondola cars immed
iately behind the engine wew tele
scoped and destroyed and the north
bound track wus torn uu for a dis
tance of twenty-five feet.
Tha wreck Jnterferred with the run
ning of trains until nearly midnight.
Tho Nicholson accomodation leaving
Scranton at 4 o'clock was abandoned
nt Clark's Summit. Passenger train
No. 5 due to leave Scranton at S.55 ran
from Clark's Summit to Dalton over
the southbound track. At tho latter
station passenger trnln No. 14, du In
Scranton at S.10 was obliged to wait
over an hour for the passage of No.
5 going north nnd w.lth the result that
the former did not rearh here until
0.20 o'clock, an hour and ten minutes
Th" wirkaso had bo?n cleared and
the northbound mils replaced at mld
nlcht. Railroad officials declined to discuss
the cause of the collision. At
Glenburn sJgmils are maintained to
keep trains at least ten minutes apart.
Employes at the scene ot the wreck
said the signal was not displayed or
was unheeded by thii third extra.
Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey, teacher ot
elocution, oratory and delsarte, 107 Wy
To Cure u Cold in One Day.
Take laxative Bromo Qu'nlno Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It it
ftuls to cure. 25 cents.
BUSINESS HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL
With us tho past two weeks, aud tho reason is that Wc HtlVe Not
Yet Advanced Our PrlCCS on goods purchased so heavily by us at old
prices, hoiuo time ago. in anticipation of tho riso which has taken
jil aco and which is manifest in other carpet houses.
TAPESTHY BRUSSELS Au immense variety of the latest pat
terns aud latest colorings, worth and sold everywhere at 85c and )0c,
at (i.lo and 7;li'.
ALL WOOL IKGKA1XS Very heavy, choice patterns, 50c, (ifJC
IEBECKER & WATKlMi
T THE P
IN TOR COATS.
Neither too long nor too sliort neither too heavy nor
too light. More absolutely new stock than any house of
which we know. More time, more care, more fine work and
trimmings than any tailor will put into twice as expen
sive garments. More good values thau you have ever seen
for the top notch ot excellence, of quality, of selection, is
now here. Or as an intelligent customer briefly puts it:
Top Coats at Bottom Prices.
Henry J. Collins, Lt., Lacka. Ave
1 China Painting
Tho course in Chluu Painting In tUe Kino Ait Department of tho
I SCRANTON CONSERVATORY OF HUSIC, S
Kmbraces Instruction In tho Illsehoir, Froy Lcykauf fctylcs of flowers and s
S fruit decorations, ruined paste oninni'lf, monochrome nnd Heme painting 3
In tlio Sevres and Diesdeu methods. Instruction Is Blvan by I!S3 KI.LA "
C MAU.MUT1', who bus Junt returned from HtudyiiiB In l'-irls, Hovroi and S
S Dresden. 2
HONEY OIL Hi R1ANUFACTURINC CO.
Ml to 110 .Meridian Stroct.Seranton, I'm Telephone U085.
ANB GYL1NBER OILS.
PAINT rnPARTMENT.-.Uica Ol, Turpniino, Whtto Leal, Coal Tar, I'llcu
Vnrulsb, Dryers, Japan uudttblriirleKtaiii.l
Has been tho scene of activity for tho
past few weeks. Have you been nmoim
the number? If not, It will pav von to
.ook through our line bofore? going clf
v here. Wo claim no cxcluslvenes.i of
stylo on the garments mentioned; they
can bo duplicated ut other shops but you
pay more money.
3 Popular Numbers 3
No. 1 Ladles' coat, of Black Ker
sey; Handsomely Braided, Coat Back;
Fancy Silk Linings.
No. 2 Ladles' Coat ot flno Kersey,
In Navy, Green and Black. Shield
fiont, strapped scams; lined through,
out with silk.
No. 3 Ladles' Coat, made of fine
Kersey, colors Tan Cadet and Black.
Appllouo trimmings; lined through
out with fine taff'ita silk. A perfect
Eurment in every sense of tho word.
A RUSSIAN BLOUSE, according to
the Russian idea, is tho correct thing
Wo offer a very popular number,
made of Black Cheviot, handsomely
That is the name of this
hat, and it's all right,
can't be beat for
We are sole agents for this
Hatters and Furnishers,
412 Spruce Street.
1 5 Lackawanna Avenus
320 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton Pi
Wholesale aud Retail
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
FRENCH ZINC, .
Ready nixed Tinted Paints,
Convenient, Economical, Durable.
Producing Perfect Imitation of Expensive:
Reynolds' Wood Finish,
Especially Designed for Innldo Work.
Marble Floor Finish,
Durnblo nnd Dries Quickly.
Paint Varnish and Kal
PURE LINSEED OIL AN3 TURPENTINE.
Sohmar Piano Stands at ttu Head
AND J. W. dUCRNSEV Stands at tlia Ileal
In tlio Music truck. You cnu always got n
better bargain at his beautiful warerooms
than at any otlior place In tho city.
Call and soo for yourself before buylug,
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. GUERNSEY, Prop.
I for 1
I all the 1
I Babies 1
& BRO. I
B 313 and 314 Lack. Ave., Scranton. S
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 14,
J 5 and 16.
All Aro Welcome.
110-112 Washington Ave.
Open evening on tho dute.
OTHER FALL STILES
In Black; Brown, Green, Etc.,
Now on Sale.
BELL & SKINNER,
Hotel Jermyn Hatters,
BEST SETS OF TEETH Al
Including tbo palnlou extracting ot
teetu by an entirely now proeuaj,
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
311 Spruce St, Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
Lowest Prices In
Hats ami Furnish
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