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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNINGr, OCTOBER 27, 1897.
By all odds the hand
somest outdoor shoe for
woman's Autumn and
Winter wear. Made of
0 close-grained Box-Calf,
0 on Bull Dog Toes or the
Coin Toe, which is the
Button and laced.heavy
welted soles, inpervious
to dampness. Also Misses
for and Children; heels
and spring heels.
S 410 SPRUCE STREET. $
Today and tomorrow aro donation days
tit St. Joseph's Foundling home.
Tomorrow evening between tlio hours of
5.30 and 8 o'clock supper .vill bo serve 1
in the parlors of tho Pcnn Avenue Bap
Tho Volunteer Firemen's association will
liold a meeting tonight In Ditrr's hall. A
ilnal report on tho Wllkos-Harrc excursion
will be made.
Kllsha llodge, of Arehbald, was held
under $200 ball by Alderman Wright yes
terday for threatening to kill his wife,
William Dunn was fined $5 In polleo
court yesterday morning for assaulting a
man on Pcnn avenuo Monday night. Pa
trolman Johler made tho arrest.
Vacoy Gcrlsh, of Duryca, a miner at
Blmpson & Watklns' colliery, was received
tit tho Lackawanna hospital yesterday
Buffering from painful injuries to tho
back caused by a fall of roof.
E, B. Hall was arrested yesterday for
besprinkling tho sidewalk near tho corner
of Mulberry street and l'cnn avenue.
"When arraigned before Alderman Howe
31all asserted that ho was innocent and
was allowed to go upon his paying (he
costs of tho prosecution.
A largely atterded meeting of the Junior
Republican club was held last night and
tit which it wes decided to go to Dunmoro
Thursday night to take part In tho meet
ing at Odd Fellows' hall In that place.
Friday night tho club will go to the South
BIdo and Saturday night to Hydo Park.
Tho Scranton Clerks' association will
ih old a regular meeting this evening In
their hall on Spruce street. President Ju
lius Abraham will preside and ho requests
a full attendanco of tho members, ns
their Is considerable business of Impor
tance to be considered. Olllcers for tho
ensuing term will also bo elected.
Kellam & Conrad, the local agents for
tho I'opo Manufacturing company, havo
received a consignment of ISO? Columbia
chalnlcss bicycle catalogues. The book Is
a marvel of beauty from an artistic point
of view, and Is repleto with flno illustra
tions bhowing both the exterior and vital
parts, nlso tho mode of construction of
the chalnlesa Columbia. Tho cataloguo Is
attracting nearly an much attention as
the samplo wheel which has been and !s
now on exhibition at tho agency, 213 Wy
Marriage licenses were yesterday grant
f1 to Henry J. Itosenbaum, of Archliald,
and Jennie M. Gesford, of Peekvllle;
Cleorgo B. Finch nnd Augusta Sloto, of
Scranton: Patrick F. Fitrrell, of Median
iisvllle. X. Y ami Anna K. Hennegan, of
Arehbald; Charles W. McCarty and Ann
Hughes, of Scranton; Antonio Fussllo, of
Plttston. and Kml'.y F. Grlffln, of Scran
ton; William W. Swales, of Peekvllle, and
3Csther A. Bonflold, of Scranton; Frank A.
Prenatt, of Buffalo, nnd Oneida Carter,
of Carbondnle; Charles F. Newell and
J.yda Hanawalt, of Scranton; John J.
Creedon and Margaret Walsh, of Scran
ton; John Coggtns and Katlo Bellly, of
Steam Hunting nnd 11 nm It lug.
X. F. &. M. T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave.
30HNSON. In Benton, Oct. 23, 1SS7,
Charles M. Johnson, aged 09 years. Fu
neral Thursday, Oct. 2S. 1807. Services
at tho church at Fleetville.
PHILLIPS. In Benton. Oct. 2.i, 1S07. W.
H. Philips Funeral Thursday, Oct. 28,
from tho Fleetvillo Baptist church.
ItEGAN. In Scranton, Oct. 23. 1BS7, An
thony Began, aged tD years, nt 623
Broadway. Funeral Wednesday fore
noon. At 9 o'clock a requiem mass will
be commenced In the Church of tho Holy
Cross, corner of Fifth uvcnuo nnd
Broadway. Burial will be mado In the
Hydo Park Catholic cemetery.
Arc artistic in design, perfect
in workmanship and as wor
thy your commendation as
were our efforts of previous
Leave Your Order
With us as early in the week
as convenient. The styles
will be. right and prices mod
erate for high class material
324 Laokawanni Ava.
John Bolandey lay Down on the Trolley
Road and Was Killed.
IIIS NGIQIIBORS WANTGD REVDNQB
Thoy illnilo n Itimli for Conductor
Cogging mill .Motormnn Jnmoii, Mho
Ilml to Ituu Tor Their l.lvcs, I.cnv
iiiK Tholr Cnr on tho Itond-OIob
Dolnyctl Trnvol on tho Itond for
John Bolandey, a middle-aged man,
was run down and killed by a Scranton
Hallway company's car nt Smlthvlllo
Bhottly utter 9 o'clock last night and,
stricken to a frenzy of pnsslon over the
fatality, friends of the dead man, to
the number of 100, assembled about the
body on tho track and blocked the
Plttston line for nearly thrco hours.
With drawn revolvers and knives the
mob mado a vnln March for John Cog
ging and John James, conductor and
motorman, respectively, of the car.
Tho men had to abandon .their car
nnd after an exciting experience with
tho avengers they reached Mooslc,
over two miles away, by running along
the tracks of the Delaware nnd Hud
son railroad company.
The mob, finally, after the first pas
Hlon for violence was spent, permitted
three cars which had been held up, to
proceed. The Scranton contingent
from Plttston reached here at 12.30
o'clock this morning.
HUN OVEK A MAN.
The scene of the excitement was in
Smlthvllle on the main road within
one hundred yards of tho Florence
company store nnd opposite John Fa
blnn's saloon. The road at this point
Ih a level stretch and car No. 11(1 was
making good time to reach Plttston at
9.30 o'clock. On tho right of tho road
Is a slight embankment.
The half dozen passengers In the
car suddenly felt the brakes being
applied nnd an instant afterward an
ominous crunch told that the wheels
had passed overisometlilng.
The car camo to a standstill nnd Mo
torman James rushed through tho car.
Back about ten yards on the track Bo
landey was found. His legs nnd body
lay upon the small embankment and
hlH head and left arm had been crush
ed by tho car wheele. He, had evident
ly fallen asleep in tho position. His
skull was crushed, his arm was sev
ered and he was dead.
The report spread through the
Smlthvllle settlement and In ten min
utes a dozen excited people had as
sembled They saw tho dead bodv and
as If by magic the whole populace
came rushing to the scene.
A crowd of men gathered about Cog
gins and James and threatened to kill
them. Then, as the crowd grew larger,
tho shouts for vengeance became more
villainous and general. A revolver
was brandished by one man on tho
edge of the crowd. "Kill them! Kill
them!" he cried.
THE CAU MEN RAN.
At this the two car attaches cut und
ran down tho road, a number of men
following. They outstripped their pur
suers and made the railroad, stumbling
along over ties and ash heaps until
Mooslc was reached. Here they waited
until the cars reached them at 11.45
The mob, Increased now to one hun
dred persons, men, women and chil
dren, after the escape of Cogglns nnd
Jnmes, gathered about at a distance
from the body and gave vent to loud
lamentations and curses. No one was
allowed to touch the ronnlns; thoy
rested where the wheels had crushed
Two cars from Plttston arrived on
the scene nnd the passengers, number
ing about fifty persons, gathered about
at a respectful distance from tho clam
oring crowd. One Conductor Bozelle,
of one of the cars, attempted to force
a passage, but the mob drove him
The local street car officials were
communicated with by telephone and
tho order was given that the body be
looked after at the expense of the com
pany. This news was spread about by
the willing tongues of tho stranded
passengers nnd had a grent deal to do
with calming the crowd. They selected
Peter Locuta, one of their number, as
the undertaker who should take charge
of the remains.
Previous to this, however, 'Squire
William Brown had empannelled a jury
to Investigate the death. The jurors
are: Robert Curtis, John Engle, Johu
Fabian, Edward Kelly, John Barrett
and John Benedict. A meeting will be
held this week to hoar testimony.
After the body was removed the sul
lenness of tho crowd seemed to abate
and at 11.30 o'clock the cars were per
mitted to pass.
William Connors, a shoo agent, was
one of tho passengers on the first car
to reach the scene ten minutes after
tho accident. Mr. Connors to a Tri
bune reporter this morning said that
the excitement can hardly bo Imagined.
"Why," he said, "If that mob ever got
hold of Cogglns nnd James they
wouldn't have lived four seconds. They
were crazed, that's all."
Bolandey, tho dead man, was mar
ried and Is survived by a wife and two
Pcniihylvnuiu Central Company Now
litis Deeds of llrewcricK.
Brewers Charles Robinson, A.
J. Casey, P. J. Casey, Wil
liam Kelly, Michael Hand, James
Crogan, Edward Robinson and Phil
ip Robinson, of this city; Peter
Krantz, of Carbondale; George Hufna
gel, of Dickson City, Toturned last
night from Philadelphia where the final
papers were bigned transferring the
breweries owned by thes men to .the
Pennsylvania Central Brewing com
pany. They were nccompanied by their
legal advisers, ex-Judge H. A. Knapp,
C. II. Welles, Joseph O'Brien and John
In the law olllces of Bullet & Dick
son, Philadelphia, tho transfer of tho
properties was made Monday and
checks for one-third the value of the
plants handed over. While tho money
from the properties was not paid until
Monday tho Pennsylvania Central's
ownership of the breweries actually
dates from Oct. 1.
WONDER IIB WASN'T KILLED.
Hoy Run Over by n Heavily Landed
Frank Howtll, a boy living nt 310
South Main avenue, while carelessly
romping acrwa Washington avenue
near Spruce street, last evening nt 1
o'clock, wan knocked down and run
over by a Imroucho (lllcd with people.
AlthoUKh ho wan violently thrown to
tho pavement niul two of the wheels
panscd over his left leg ho got up with
tho n&slstnnco of rutrolman David
Parry, and after a minute or so walked
Tho driver of tho barouche, Jnmea W.
DcLong, an employe of Liveryman M.
J. Curoblne, of Plltnton, was exonerat
ed from all blame by eyo witnesses of
VIOLENT GIRL STRIKERS.
Disorder Follows Tholr Quitting,
Shrrlll' Called Upon Tor Help.
One hundred girls employed nt tho
Avoca Silk mill went on strike for an
Increase. In wns?s yesterdny afternoon
nnd when the mill owners refused to
grant their demands upon their re
turn to the mills at six, o'clock they
began to stone the factory.
Th3 crowd which hud followed them
joined In tho attack and before they
left there was scarcely a whole win
dow tvmnlnlng In the building.
The borough police were powerless to
cope with tho crowd and fearing a repe
tition of the riotous conduct, today
called upon Sheriff James Martin, of
Luzerne county, to give them assist
ance. Ho promised to bo on hand In
the morning nnd will assume charge
of affairs If conditions warrant It.
Thirty-five girls refused to join the
strikers and should they attempt to re
turn to work this morning It Is feared
trouble will ensue.
"Warrants have been sworn out for
n number of the leaders of tho attack
and arrests will probably bo made to
day. Last night David Dick, who Is ac
cused of being one of the ringleaders
of tho girls' allies, was arrested on a
warrant charging riot nnd malicious
mischief. Some of the girls, it Is said,
will also be arrested.
ON TO VICTORY.
Every Indication points lo a rousing
Republican victory for tho entire
ticket next Tuesday. The party's
lighting blood Is up at last nnd that
portends a Waterloo for tho enemy.
But no Individual Republican should
relax bis efforts. This Is tho chanco
of a life time to rivet and clinch Re
publican supremacy 'In onco Demo
HUMAN BONES FOUND.
Discovery of Workmen In a Snnd
While digging sand from a hillside
near the Johnson Coal company's
breaker at Prlccburg Monday, tho
workmen uncovered two rolling con
taining the bones of persons who were
burled years ago. Tho oldest Inhabi
tant thereabouts does not remember
ever huvlng heard of that plot being
used as a burial place.
Tho remains had evidently been
properly and decently Interred nnd tho
size of the bonce Indicated they were
those of full grown persons. The bones
were all carefully gathered together
THE FREEMAN -MANUFACTURING CO.
A Crowing Industry.
Tho wave of prosperity seems to have
struck the Freeman Mfg. Co., of this
city, at least such a conclusion our
representative arrived at after making
a visit to the plant of this enterprising
concern. The factory here Is a branch
of the BInghamton Overall Co., both of
which nro owned solely by Mr. Reed
B. Freeman. Together these factories
employ over three hundred operators.
In an Interview, had today with Mr.
II. F. Barrett, one of the first board
of county commissioners of this county
and who now is the genrrnl manager
of the BInghamton Overall Co., wo
learn that they now have orders book
ed for spring deliveries sufficient .to In
sure steady work at both factories for
the entire year. Arrangements have
already been made to double tho cap
acity of the factory In this city, and
fifty additional machines are now be
ing put In. The shafting Is now In and
they expect to be ready to operate the
entire new equipment Inside of live
days. The company are ready nt all
times to give good sewing machine op
erators steady employment anil It is a
class of work which women are par
ticularly adapted to. The factory Is
situated In the new Gould building on
Linden street, the company occupying
all but tho ground lloor. It Is ndmlr
nbly lit and well ventilated and struck
our representative as being a model es
tablishment and a great addition to
Scranton galaxy of manufactories.
Additional Donations to Homo for
Barrel apples, Mrs. J. S. Smith,
AVaverly, Pa.; half bushel turnips,
Green Ridge market; barrel flour, Mrs.
II. AV. Kingsbury; live (5) bushel of
potatoes, Mr. E. II. Ripple; quantity
of clothing, books and toys, Mrs. Mor
ris Goldsmith; twenty (20) pair shoes,
Goodman's shoe store; cash, J2, Mrs.
F; II. Gerlock; quilt, eight yards of
dress material, soap, cereal, Jellies,
canned fruit, vegetables, Mrs. H. II.
On account of Pennsylvania State
Grange, Patrons of Husbandry meet
ing, to be held at Harrlsburg, Nov. 8th
12th, tho Delaware and Hudson R. R.
will sell round trip tickets from Scran
ton to Harrlsburg at the low rate of
Great Suablnn Klrmess Festlvnl at
Natter's hall, Alder street, AVednesday
evening. Tickets entitling holder to
supper, consisting of national dishes,
Personally conducted. Leave Chica
go every AVedn?sdny. Burlington
Route to Denver, thence via Denver &
Rio Grande Hy. (the scenic lino of tho
world). Parties travel In Pullman
tourist sleeping cars fitted with every
convenience, which go through to Cali
fornia and are In charge of special
agents of long experience. For par
ticulars address T. A. Orady, Excursion
Mgr. C. H. & Q. It. ., 2U Clark St.,
Think ot the comfort doing
a big Avash in cold or
lukewarm water and
saving half the time aud
Avork But you must
soap. Easy directions
on each Avrapper.
PliLS & CO,, Philadelphia.
ONE OF THE SIGNS
OF TIIE CAMPAIGN
It Shows the Way Voters ol the County
Will Act Tuesday.
AN ABUNDANCE OP ENTHUSIASM
SpcnUors Who IIuvo Addressed tho
Republican .Meetings Thus Fnr Dur
ing tho Cnnipnign Sny Thoy Never
Snw Such n Wonderful Display of
Interest nnd I.nthuslnm--Old Or
der Hultmucd from Democratic
ants Paying Out.
One of tho signs that Indicates the
way the voters of the county will act
next Tuesday Is shown In the enthusi
asm displayed at all of tho Republi
can mass meetings. It Is wonderful.
Not even tho groat demonstrations for
the national standard bearers last year
hove exceeded those given lo tho coun
ty candidates whenever meetings have
The speakers sny that never In their
experience havo thev addressed more
attentive or enthusiastic gatherings.
At Republican headquarters requests
for speakers come from all parts of tho
county. There are so many applica
tions for meetings now on lllu that
Fred W. Fleltz, Is In a quandary ns to
tho best method of solving tho diffi
culty. In another column will bo
found a schedule of the meetings ar
ranged up to date. The meeting at
Dalton which was originally set down
for Friday night has been changed to
Saturday nlgh't and It gives promise
of being one of the largest held north
of the mountain In recent years.
THE ORDEDS ISSUED,
about the party's platform" were the
nbottt the party's platform were tho
orders again Issued from Democratic
headquarters yesterday. Some of the
speakers were honest enough to say
n few words about the platform on
which the candidates are running and
this news was received with' anything
but pleasure at headquarters as may
be Inferred from the above order di
recting tho whole forco of campaign
orators to fight shy of the platform
and the issues It endorses.
Where they will get more money Is
one of the knotty problems that Is
causing much figuring on tho part of
Fitz.3lmmons, Boland, ct nl. Schadt Is
the only one willing to disgorge and
ho gives up with the distinct under
standing that tho money Is to be used
to further his Intarests only. Most of
the other candidates feel '.hey are en
gaged .In a hopeless fight and nro
averse to getting any deeper Into the
Fred AVarnko declares that he has
nothing more to give and Mathew
Norton says ho has put all he pro
poses Into a losing game. Koch has
several times passed tho hat around
among his friends to secure the sin
ews of war and feels that he has play
ed the came close to the limit.
When Thomas Law of Archbald.went
on the ticket he did so with the under
standing that his assessments were to
be light. They have been heavy In
stead and Is beginning to seriously
object to the strain. Kelly and Horn
This business follows Its own leadership
none other to follow.
The prices wo make aro far below tho
ordinary, nnd the choice wo offer you
from our Immcr.so stock of fine selected
novelties Is a most unusual one.
Tho assortment of Ribbons at 22c, 23c,
32c. and 39c in their variety and splendid
qualities. Tho AA'alklng Hat "Imngton,"
Plain and Scotch Fe'.ts, Plaid Trimmed
at $1.19, reduced from J1.63. Tho Klondlko
Hat at 9Sc, in all colors. The Trimmed
Sailors at 50c, fcc, and 9Sc, aro sufficient
in themselves to crowd the store.
A. R. Sawyer,
132 Wyoming Avenue,
trills ana nil
ders positively cured, drover (.iridium s l)ys.
neuHlii Iteinedv Is u tmeclac. One (losn re.
moves all UixtrcH, unci u permanent cure of
the mom curonie nnu Hevere eases is guaran
teed. Do not sillier I A fiO-cent bottle will
convince ttie most skeptical.
.Miittlious llros., Druggists, 020 Lacka
Without a doubt we are show
ing the largest selection of Fine
Garments to be found in this cit-
Silk and Wool Waists
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits,
Come and See
Imvo had liberal drafts mado on them
but can afford to pay another assess
ment better than any of tho other men
on the ticket say Schadt.
Tho latter la spending money more
lavishly than nnv candidate who ever
run for an office In Lackawanna coun
ty. For the last two weeks his lieu
tenants have been paying out money
with an unstinted hand and they nro
very much sought after by the politi
cal heelers and strikers. Schadt's
managers say thero are several thous
and purchasable votes Jn the county
and they propose to capture them if
money can do tho work. Thoy know
they need them and will try at nil
hazzards to land them.
SUPPER AT HOLY CROSS CHURCH.
Oor Twclvo Hundred Persons Wcro
Served Lust Night.
The supper which was held In tho
basement of Holy Cross church In
Bcllevuc, last evening, far exceeded In
results the fullest expectations of those
in charge. An approximate estimate
showed that between twelve nnd fifteen
hundred persons were served between
the hours of C and 10 o'clock, and even
then about half as many more never
got Inside the doors. As a proof of the
rush of people, Rev. AV. P. O'Donnell,
rector of the parish, was forced to an
nounce tho postponement of the enter
tnlnment nnd the orchestra found It
an Impossibility to get sufficient space
to play In.
The basement which Is over 75 feet
long and 30 feet wide was a. scene of
beauty. The decorations consisted of
bunting and Hags and each of the
twenty-two tables was artistically ar
ranged with flowers.
The general committee consisted of
the following ladles of the church;
Mrs. John J. O'Hara, chalrlady; Mrs.
Martin O'Hara, Mrs.W. A. Grady, Mrs.
M. Hart and Miss Mary Doyle. The
forelndles at the tables were: Mrs.
AV. A. Grady, Mrs. P. Caffrey, Mrs.
Thomas Ruddy, Mrs. J. Dougherty,
Mrs. M. Reagan, Mrs. D. Mannlx, Mrs.
M. Gerrlty, Mrs. A. Nolan, nnd Mrs.
John Qulnn, of section one; Mrs. John
Mesaltt, Mrs. John Lee, Mrs. P. J.
O'Donnell, Mrs. James O'Malley, Mrs.
J. Buckley, Mrs. J. Cawley, Mrs. G.
Hanlon, Mrs. AV. Cullen and Mrs. C.
Cawley, of section two; Mrs. P. J. Gll
roy, Mrs. James Shea, Mrs. AV. McDon
ough, and the Misses Richards, of the
The supper will bo repeated this
Buys a full quarter's
worth today. We have
arranged several ta
bles of china and glass
ware value in no in
stance being less than
25c in some cases as
lush as IOC Choke
which we offer today
only 21c. Of some
articles only a few left &
of others sufficient a
for everybody. jP
Glass Syrup Urlps, with
fancy nickel top value reg
ularly thirty ujnts. Today
Thin Imported China Su
gar and Creams value ail
China Pitchers Just a few
left prettily decorated
Trinket, Jewel or lion-Bon
lioxes variety of slmpos Ofp
Japanese Crumb Tray and
brush vuluo Is 2ft cents.
Bohemian (ilas Vases
several shapes and many O -.
Cup, Saucer and Plate
China and decorated worth
much more. Toduy
Kuchro Prizes curd box
with emhleuiatlo top. To
day quarter Dozen Guns nnd
Saucers three color decora
tions and gold t raced valuo
an cents. Today
China Plate a hundred
or more muny decorations
worth 25 to r0 touts. To.
Ink Wells with silver
plated top value !JO cents. O 1 C
THE REXFOIID COMPANY
003 Lackawanna Avenue.
Every lady knows that Ave make a
specialty of Dress Goods.
Medium Priced Goods,
High Class Goods.
Our assortment has never been so
. nearly complete as at present.
- 48c e nre snowm a l"ie f
very attractive goods that
are stylish aud will give good service.
1 CVvVxvixVV I
S The prices tell the story, 5
B You can see them in our 5
s window and there arc s
s many more inside. 5
3 Imported Richly tinted
3 Vases 8'ass, colored 3
3 enamel decora- 5
a tions with gold tracing. 3
S 10 cents cncli. S
s Cut Many articles at very 3
3 Glass low figures, Here's 3
s one: Real cut glass 3
a salts and peppers, silver plated 3
3 tops- a
5! 10 cents each. S
a Also An immense new line a
3 of WHITE CHINA, 3
3 for decorating. a
1 MILLAR & PECK, 1
134 WYOMING AVKNUE.
a Walk in nnd look around. a
Are Stubborn Things.
It is easy to say things in print,
to assert that the values offered are
the lowest, to endeavor to create a
belief on the part of the reading
public that there is only one good
house in this particular line of busi
ness, and that the house making
this assertion is, of course, the only
one. All this may be done, and is
done, in every city.
This Is Not Our
Way of Thinking
We are aware of the fact that
there are others in the field. We
expect keen competition and we
intend to meet it in the right way
by selling reliable goods only, and
charging as low a margin of profit
as we can sell them for and "live,"
Are Honest Statements
Of facts. We invite inspection and
comparison or prices and goods,
and know that a great many peo
ple will find it to their benefit to
do so, '
KIM SHOE CO
326 Lackawanna Avanus.
"Famous Old Stand."
n 1 p 1
Pass by. See if you
will not want one of
Mending Tissue, regular 10c. package.4o
Quill Toothpicks, 16 In package 4c
Ivory Toothpicks 4c
Darning Cotton, all colors, 2 for....4o
Stocking Darners 4o
Tracing AVhcels 4c
Petroleum Jelly, 10c. bottle 4c
Pearl Buttons, per dozen 4o
Thimbles, steel, celluloid, or alumi
Stewart's Safety Pins, all sizes, per
Lamp AVIcks, all sizes, 2 yards 4c
Kid Curlers, per dozen, 10, 8, 6 and. ,4c
Ironing AVax 40
Face Powder, white and pink, regu
lar 10c. box 4o
Eye-glaBses, Specs or Goggles 4o
Child's Back Combs, extra value. ...4c
Collar Buttons, largo head, per doz..4c
Hat Pins, long shanks, per dozen. ...4a
Aluminum Hairpins, 4 for 4c
Bono Hnlrplns, 12 for 4o
Baby Pins, rubber or bono 4c
Chamois, for face 4c
Curtain or Drapery Hooks, 2 dozen. ,4o
Crochet Cotton, all colors, per spool. ,4c
Crochet Silk, nil colors, per spool. ...4o
Filling Silk, all colors, per skein. ...4c
Costume Bells, per dozen 4c
Corset Clasps, per pair 4c
Needle Books, 135 assorted needles, .. 4c
Shoe-strings, per dozen 4c
Leather Shoe-strings, per pair 4c
Brass Rings, 3 dozen 4c
Elastic Sleeve-holders, per pair 4o
2 Spools Machine Cotton 4c
2 pieces AA'hlto or Black Tape 4a
Take a look at the extra
good bargains Ave have in
combs it Avill pay you.
310 Lackawanna Ave.
J. II. LADWIG.
224 LACK. AVENUE.
Hen's Underwear, 59c.
Natural wool, soft finish, full
sizes, Avill not shrink. Regular
Men's Underwear, 50c.
Fleece lined; -will not irritate the
most tender skin.
Ladies' Underwear, 25c.
Fleece lined, gored sleeves, per
That Avill not scratch, fleece
Hisses' Underwear, 50c.
Natural avooI, ribbed. Regulai
Avenue Scranton, Pa,
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