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THE SCI?A:NTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. MAY 14, 1394.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
Ol II Kit MAKES
AI L PRICK
Seo the Shaw Piano from
the World' 3 Fair in our
ft Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
SIASLTACTI'Kri) AN'. FOR SALE TO
THE TRADE 1SY
The Weston Mill Co
EEWARB OP COUNTERFEITS !
HAVE THE INjTULS
G.. B. & Co.
RttrfatH -n Fr.t c'ov.
Gamey, Brown & Co. Mfr'3.
(ill 1.1 ll(ILr. (JL AUK.
DR. H. E3. WARE
M l CI VI. 1ST.
EYE. EAK. KOSH AS I) TIJIIOAT,
OFFICE ECDR3 :
'35 WYOMING AVE.
Charles H. Franks, ol Chicago, is 1q Mt
Joseph Fete, of Philadolptiio, is at the
Mai (iallaril, of Wilkes-riarre, wait yes
terday m the city.
Mr. ! Mm. F.. .1. OooUwiu are spend
ing the day nt Springy llle.
H. n. Kennedy, of Waverly, ami W. H.
Ddge, ol TuwanJa, are at the Wyoming.
Joseph P. Hums and wife, of Wilkes
Bnrre, vi-ited friends in thin city yester
day. Thomas Leviaoo, S. M. Patterson and II.
E. .May. of Carbondule, were here Vester
day. Miss Etr.ma Mirlatt, of Oxford N J., u
visiting E. H. Call, of loon waehbora
Superintendent Sidney I)radbent,of the
Dickson Works, hoi rvturuod from Cali
fornia. Officer Joseph. lii'Tk, whose fuc was
badly cut while jumping from a car lat
week, is on duty.
L. A. iate, of NW York rity, spent
yesterday in tnn city s the gnost of his
brother, Dr. L .M. (intes.
Wilkes.Barreaus here yesterday were.
Frank Dietrick, Fred II. (intes, F. F.
WeirUand W. I,. Kiephart.
Mrs. ('. M Read and esn. Charles, of
Montrose, spent Sunday with Will s. Rad,
of the Delaware, i.iickawunua ami W est
trn freight d pii.-tmont.
CASES IN POLICE COURT.
Usual Array of Pay-Diy Unfortunate!
Before the Mayor.
The nenal qnot of puy-ilav nnfor
tu nates lined up b"foro .Mayor Cotinell
in yesterday's .Sunday police court.
The usual drunk and disorderly com
"Luck" Crane, aged 8S years, took
exception early yesterday morning to
Officer .Sclmiidt'H authority and in
sisted ou being informed the police
man's address and Dumber, lie wtl in
toxicated, resisted arrest and showed
fi'tit at the West Side station housu
while being searched An open Knife
was found in his pocket. lie was tiuod
Michael Ueogan, of f01 Cuyngn
treet, was charged hy his 'nrotlier
with drnukeneHs iflicers J. Thomas
and Bolnnd arrestid him at 2 o'clock
yesterday morning, He was remanded
(or a further hearing.
Patrick Moijrison, aged 15 years, of
Csrbondale, has been doing the town
for several days. Saturday night he
displayed u roll of bills. Officer Mills
thonghtthe actnon conducivo to sufety
while in an intoxicated condition, o
arrestd him. His tine was $2.50.
BLAZE AT CITY HALL.
Broken Qae Pipe Let Loose a Biff Flame
8hortly Before Midnight
Quite a little excitement was occa
sioned shortly before midnight nt the
municipal building by the discovery of
u blazing gas pipo in the rear corridor
on the top floor. The absence of in
flammable material alone saved a great
deal of damage.
In some manner a leak in the gas
pipe became ignited by the lighted
electric incanaeseetit beneath, Dur
ing the short time it had been burning
the brass work had been melted away,
and when discovered by Captain War
ner, the night watch, tho flames flashed
npward for soveral feet
The meter in the basement was dis
connected and no serious damage re
sulted, though the whole of the rear
corridor is smeared with soot.
$ OF WEST
Events of Interest to Tribune torn Across
LUST SERVICES IN OLD CHURCH
The Congregation of the Washburn
Street Prcsbytorian Church Listen
to the Last Sermon Prior to the
Work of Constructing a New Edi
fice Improvements at St David's
The West Side olTlco of the BOBANTOH
lBIBCNB Is located at HMO Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements nml
communication! will roceivu prompt at
tention. The members of the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church spent their
last Sunday in their old church yester
day. Within a few weeks the last
trace, excepting the many dear memo
ries of the church, will be wiped out
and a new one will tuku its place. The
church has stood since 1801. Some
time iiko n cavc-in of the mines caused
targe cracks to appear in the structure
and since then it has been considered
unsafe. The new edifice will bj larger
than the old one, aud to make room, a
lot has been purchased across the street,
and the parsonage will be moved there
on. Regular services wore conduct" !
yoterdsy. At 10 30 o'clock H. v. D, W.
Skellinger preached, and Sabbath
school was held at 12 o'clock.
A largo audience assembled in the
ohuroh last evening when the pastor,
Rev. D. W. Skellinger preached a
special sermon on the 1 Old and New."
taking his text from Hebrews, 8 13,
saving, "Now 1 hat winch deeayetli and
we ir-th old is ready to vanish away. "
During his remarks ho said: "The
fundamental tone of tins epistle, to the
H-brews, is sounded by Ihe word
'better.' Why written in this key'.'
The Hebrew Christians are having a
oitter contl ct They were tossed by
the tidal war- of influence against
their nou formed faith To keep them
steadfast this OpiltlC was writteti The
new conveuaut and new sactitioes were
better than tbl old The new work of
preaching the gospel was better than
the old. Ihe communication was
now better, lu a word, too whole gos
pel Was better. The Jaws were wed le i
to the old. The writer of this epistle
hud been bound, but escaped from
bondage With his lov 1 qaiekoned,
his zeal tired, be seeks with words of
all ijuence to persuade till tu to let go
the old and begin the new Age alone
does not necessarily involve demoli
tion. Hut when decayed there is fit
ness for vanishing. lu nature the
liUntel seed decays and the new
flower springs up In history powers
that be disappear aud. phnnix like, new
ones spring into their place, 1 )ut of
the Hshes of the Babylon Empire there
sprung the Persian despotism Alex
ander the (treat reared the
M loedonUm empire, but U years of
InoeesaOt warfare, broke tuts to pie ose,
l'ut from the wreck t:iere uroi- the
li man republic These aud all Olheri
are to be supplanted bv the better pow
r, our Lord un I Sivior Jesus (' irist.
The great an 1 grand rtrnctuies roared
!y men are constantly dnut pe irmg
and new ones taking their places This
building has well SSTVSd its tim-', and
in itiy sweet memories linger about its
massive walls It is 11 jw fit to Viuiah,
tbe ssm as this temp it al life will van
ish into the eternal
The improvements which hare been
made at St Devi l's Epitcopil church
sr." worthy of mention and r-tlci
much ere 'It on the minister, U-v. M.
H Mill, for his unceasing labor. The
Interior of the church and the school
room have undergone a grant nuprov-
luring the past few m 1 1 1 (is. A large
staine ! window has been added on the
in rthern side of the structure an 1 two
mjre ure ordered for tbe south side
An iron fence has been erected along
Jackson ptreet and liroruley avenue,
aund on Saturday Workmen were Dl Ij
engagsd relaying a tlig sidewalk. Tbe
congregation has largely Increased dur
ing the past year.
Dl.d at H n ialo.
Atinonneein 'tit of the death of
(ieorge E. Slocom, of II qnaln, Wash ,
was reoeived here op Saturday by K
W. Mason of S.,ut!i Main uvenue. Mr
Sloeutn was a resi'leut of Sent. ton
He was born in 1HI5 and enlisted in
tl o fe li ra! army at the age of seven
teen srs Sometime if trwar I, he
drifted to California, and then to Ho
qoaln bis late home. He is survived
by his widow. His scores of friends
here will grioVS over tin. neivi of liis
death, interment frill be male at
Phnrt Nrwi N tee
Mias Sadie K tiscr, of Wilk-Rarre.
too sang soprano in Handell's ora
torio "Judas Mscealeus" given at
Wilkes-Harre on Friday ev- nlog last,
has been engaged to ling nt Unile hall
on June 12 in the cantata, ' Esther the
Beautiful yusui," by the Juvenile
choir of th- Bamnet Avenue l'resbytc-
Kev. Hugh Daviet, of the Welsh
OalvanUtla Ifotbodtot ohnrob, preMbed
his monthly English sermon ye.ter lay
morning at 10 o'clock,
S. D IVttit, of North Rebecca ave
nue, left on Saturday for Nova Scotia,
where he has ucoepted a position as
secretary for the Scotii Railway c on
pany. Mr. Pottit is a member of Com
Deny V an I has a large number of
The young people of the Plymouth
Congregational church will run an x
onreion to Lake Ariel on June 57.
Fillmore avenue has been opened
from Washburn to division streets,
through tho ground of the Delaware.
Lackawanna and Western railroad
The Washbnrn Street Prosbyterian
church edific will be sold to the High
est bidder tomorrow at 10 a. in
John Qassldr, of Fellows street, is ill
with typhoid fever,
H. N. Dunnell and William Bromley
Williams, divisions of Uniformed
Rank, Knights of Pythias. attended tbe
funeral of a member of the order at
Taylor in a body yesterday.
(i W. Corey, proprietor of tbe Lily
lake hotel, was calling on West Side
friends on Saturday.
Miss Jeunnetto Brydeb, of Pittston,
is the guest of friends here.
At a meeting of the Welsh Philo
sophical society on Saturday evening,
a paper on "Latent Lights'" was read
by D. W. Morgan and the effect of dark
ness on vegetation was freely discussed.
The meetiugs will bo discontinued for
tbe BUtnmer at the closu of this month.
Professor W. George Powell, princi
pal nt No. 14 school, has been compelled
to discontinue hi a duties nt the school
for one week on account of the iuilitn
mation of tbe optic nerve. He will be
substituted by Professor J. J. Hamil
ton. Mrs. Randolph Jones, of Jackson
street, is visiting friends in Philadel
phia. R. J. Bauer was at Binghamton, N.
T. the latter part of last week making
hotel arrangements for his orchestra of
fifteen men, who are engaged by the
Musical Festival society of the above
city, to play iu grand oratorio and con
cert for throe days, June 0, 7 and 8.
Two new tire plugs have been placed
on South Alain avenue. One is near
the Pleasant View hotel, and the other
at No, 32 school.
Mrs. Thomas R. Phillips, of Wilkes
Barre, is visiting Mrs. D. R. Williams,
of South Hyde Purk nveuue.
Robert Morris lodge, of True Ivor
ites, will run tin excursion to Lake
Ariel on Thursday, June 7.
Rev. B. J. EvanB of South Maiu
avunuo, preach' d near Wilkos-Barre
THAT CAREOND ALE INJUNCTION.
Testimony Taken Before Attorneys
Jones and Ban Saturday Afttmoon.
lu order to facilitate the work of
Judge Archbald ou tbe Carbondule
Traction company's injunction case
that will be argued tomorrow after
noon. Attorney John It. Jones, repre
senting the borough of AroUbald and
Attorney J. E. Burr.for the Carbondule
Traction company, took testimony Sat
urday in Attorney Jones' office lu the
Coal Exchange 011 Wyoming avenue.
The evidence developed many contrn
diottoni. Tbe first witness called was
W. F. Sadler, manager of the Carbon
dule Traction compauy. He admitted
that the roud was not completed within
the time specified iu the ordinance,
but when asked why it was not, staled
that curs had b on run to Archbill for
nearly a year but nothing had beeu
done toward extending the tracks to
the southern boundary lino till April
28 lust. He finally attributed the
blame to the street committee of the
borough consisting of E A Jones, Ed
ward Blake and Edward Line. Mr.
Badler admltte I tb it a majority of tbis
committee voted for an extension of
time not later than lust Tuesday.
Mr. TbOmp00 secretary and treas
urer of the c mpuiiy, was the next wit
ness. He hesitated before giving
reasons why the work was not com
pletod but when he found that he wn
obliged to answer, yielded eery grace
fully, lie said: "There are s-v-ral
reasons why the Work is not completed.
Tbe company bus 110 money and on ac
count of tho depressed financial con
ditions SaUSed by a Democratic a Iffll I) -istration
it was impossible to raise
money. ihey were under the unpres
ion that tbey had plenty time to com
plete the work an t in addition they
wanted to Bod out if tbe line operate 1
bv the Scranton 11. ;. .1 company to
I'eckville was on a paying basis "
Mr. Thompson, too, blame 1 the street
0 mmissioner "f the ooroug 1 for a por
tion of the delay by laying that the
members tailed to k--opanup; dutiuent
made in March to determine where the
location of the traoks should t"
Five members of the boronibooon
oil were present and gave their testi
mony ns to when w irk was begun an I
the pres'iit nnfiniebel condition of ttie
road. 1 hey denied emphatically that
they had ever hindered ttie work in
any Wayi tht Ihey never made an ap-
1 emtio nt that th y did not keep, an I
Were at all times acc -ssible t 1 the mr
.igeinent of the company aud stood
re idy at all times to forth ir ajoastroa
tlou in any way TV-v tetiti. I mat
the rails and ties were denoslte I Wtlh-
oat regard to order, mat soms mi's
were not s; ik.I others had no joints
wlaie th r-i w-re 110 1 or ovrruid
work to be seen
iPsVJKTH ItaCUt OF EM PARK
Flllli Annlvsnxv eUtiiatei b Intsr
The fifth anniversary exercises of t e
Epwottb league held by tbe Elm Park
chapter last evening Included memo
rial service ..f ptrt. I 1: Interest 1 Re
eVetit was ai. Imp rt .1 one. a It dwelt
upon the growth ami influence of an
organizstton Which has male more
rapid strides prooa'oiy than any simi
lar religious ho ly
Tbe eXtroleea as arranged by Dr E
A Bohelli of Ohioago), the national
secretary, were In charge ol II. II
Brid-lman, chatrmin ol the lit' r in
department. (. I' Wbittomora, th"
newly idect-d presl lent, presided.
The meeting was iddreeaed bv Rev
W. H. Pearce, D D . pastor f Elm
Park ebnrcbj D. X Yost, ol lbs Junior
leagJMj President U. V Whltteuiore,
ex President li K. Reynolds aul
At the close of the regular pr 1-
fTamma graduates from ibe Jonloi
leegue wre formally received into Ihe
E;i worth aul ptrsented with diplomat
The devotional t pic was, "In
Christ's S'.ead." Isaio XiilillO, Matthew
FUNERAL OF M IC H All SALERNO
Membtre of th itiiitssnlh lUgiiu.r.t
Attend th- OhMij-is
Tbe lateral -f Michael Blernowai
attended yesler lav In' a I .rge n.nn r
of trieods, Ibe V . t r Emanuel society
ami Compauy li. Ihirio utn K gitusnt.
supplemented ly Company F and D
mem ban, Iron bis Ute tesidetici on
Oak ford court.
The Catholic chinch service was read
at tbe bOUSO, and at the Hyde Park
Catholic cemetery tne service luoluded
the military "in id volley by mem '.ion
of Company B
The lb ceased, an Italian, wai Well
known as one of tin mast competent
men employed by the KONMItOO li'ac
tlon company. He was a speci il
policeman an I often int rpreted casus
at court. For several years he had
been a member of Company B,
Thirteenth regiment, and was very
popular with offl rs an I muu.
THE EVLNING tXPRESS.
An IudiP'id'Ui Bventl g J urnul to Ee
XitUed be V. C It cK -.
Bcranton will SOOU have a new daily
papir It will be known as toe Even
ing Express and will m ike Its appear
once early next month under tbe gen
end management of F. U McK.e, ol
The Evening BspreM will ba uu In
dependent journal. It will consist of
four pages, seven columns to tint page
and will be sold for 1 cent. Mr. Mc-
Kes 1ms hud considerable experience In
the newspaper busine ss nud has for the
past few years publislieJ the Towtnda
We nre prepared to furnish business men
with Drst-olaes stenographers by the day
or hour. Expert bookkeeping a specialty.
Bcraoton fJommeroial Association, Lim
ited, 425 Spruce street.
: .usie Bozos Exclusively.
Beet mads. Play any desired number of
tunes. Oautschi fc Sons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
derful orchestrinl orgaiie, only f.'i and tin.
Specialty: Old music boxos carefully re
paired and improved with new luues.
MULLLIN In Scranton, May 13, Thomas
Mullin, at the homo of his boh, Thomas
J. Mullin, on the corner of Mulbory
street aud Irving avenue. Funeral
Wednesday moruliig at 9 o'clock.
NOTES OF SOUTH SI
No Pains Spared for the Royal Arcanum
EntertainnDnt Tomorrow NignL
600 INVITATIONS ARE SENT OUT
The Mines Cave Again Near the Di
viding Line of the Nineteenth and
Twentieth Wards Breaking the
Record at the Lower Mill They
Will Become Lawyers -Other News
in Shorter Paragraphs.
B?low is the programme, which
speaks for itself, that will bo given to
morrow night at the complimentary
concert of Electric Citv council, Rtyal
Arcanum, at Grermanin hall:
Ovui ture, Lyric Scblepegrell
Jones nud Ctisiek Orclies n
Remarks Professor P, J. Cjitinnati
Solo, Selected D, il Davis
Address of Welcome. Mayor W. L Uonnell
Recitation, Selected Miss Lizzie Jones
Duet, "Sweet Maria," Zither and Man
dolin ELHansorand H. C. Haak
Address. Dr. E. D. Doolittle, Qrand I! cent
Solo, Selected D. Richards
Remarks by Father of our Council,
Duet. Banjo and Uciiiina,
J. Jones and Lew II nuaorotb
Recitation, Selected Mi Edith Jones
-March, 'American Cadet, R B, Hall
Jones and Cutlck Orchestra
overture, "Richmond, " Rlogleben
Join sand Cosick Orchestra
Address Professor Howell
Duet, selected Davis mil Richard
Recitation, Selected i hit Evans
( on'ralto Solo. "Fiddle and I," with
Violin Obligate Misi Marion Jones
Duet Waltz, "Last or the llogans,"
Zither and Mandolin,
U. Banser and H. c. chirk.
PsauoBolo, S'lectud Mis M Qoddard.
solo, Beloeted Prol. J, B, Lewis.
Remarks, Limited to Five Uinutea,
Duet, Harmonica and llanjo,
P. Jonei an I Lew Houserotli.
PisnO Solo, Selected Prof. T J. Davis.
Cloaiag kemarks C. O. n. iaud.
March, l rival Regiment M V. II ,
J. O. I'asey.
Tho entertainment will begin at g 15
and utter the exercises are OVCI r -
Ireehmenti will bseetved,
Lntgest Oa pit gla Sthl Mill Hssan
For the week eliding list Saturday
the South worki of the Lackawanna
iron nml steel company operated at
greater capacity that m nay hkepTi el
since it was built. I he record of work
lone at ttie mill is ganged by the muu
bcr of tone of Ingots bloomed in the
conv.-rtu g dep irtme it. Ending with
Saturday, In a total of eleven tur .. for
the week, 5,703 tons of steel were pro
I need. Tbe encinous amount of work
done at the Botttb works iu comptris.u
with the capacity In Its early oayi :i
male possible by mi; roved and large!
machinery. Ii is expected that 0.000
tout for a week'e work isnotbvoul
the early future
For Aitmlul.ni to tbs Par.
John P QiiiuneO, of Irving avenue,
and M. J Donahue, of Bl ne ivenue,
tbe form-r principil e! .S J
tbe latter of No. 14. b Ibofwb m beve
been law students for the peUt three or
f. nr years, will be examined for ad
m tec toe to tim bar n xt Beturdef That
tbey will pass a ineoocefil examination
.ii I be admitted to practice in Lick i
WMUa county goel without saving.
Bl I only that, but tbey Kill carry with
theiu Into tbell new apberS Intelleets
brightened with deep s uJy The
BOOtb Bide Will watch their pr ;:
wl ii eagern-ss an I the best w.sa-s for
OOOCSI will go with th. in
A Cave in on Atone Arenas.
1 ..e mill' s underlie it i that o-t. :.
Iom avenoOi near Elm ctreel, caved
eany ye.ter lay morning and left a
awt lag oi-iiitig lit H :r"t, causing
Ibe Dl 'pie living la that see, ion murk
uneasiness. From time to time the old
mine workings tu Which Ilia props
huve become rotten tb at they cm
sustain no weight, give way and the
bi BSSI iTi' rocked iroui thur f un.; -
John T Brown, whs
I (I 1 III i KIM M for t
id bis ouuaeetloa t
Ti 1 .ne
has te-en working
ae tissr, bee sevei -a
lOat paper -i'
This is news to IP dllUt M..
8l.i rtSI Paiaa'apha
Oiand Regent E D Do .little, of
Ballon, while In the city will ba ihe
guest of Henry Spruks, of i'r -p .t
Joseph Beuird, of Tobybenuu, l
vidting bis parents Ofl PlttSlon avenm-
o. ii. Barry, of Jeeenp, visited his
par-nts on tins side veeterdey
Everything h been done by tl.e
oommlttee navinf nharge of mIVm
to make the picnic of the William Gun
uell II o company at Central Petk
garden next Saturday si pleasant occa
sion. Ii Is only right tint tbe picnic
should be well patronlied lo repay, In a
measure tue s feacrill r tbe m m-
ts'ie in responding to il
Ibo l;inral ol I hail s Roehl. ol Wll
low street, Siturdiiy afternoon was a
fitting teltim mlal to the upright lite
h" had lived Rev, August Lange, at
the Hickory Street Preebyterian oboroh
pieached a very eloquent i" rm in
The olliclds of th - Lai kaw inni.
Iron and steel company i nvs h id
bttill lor Ibeir use a handsome car,
nbont .' ife't long, of narrow guu;e,
v: lob will be run b1 tween the North
and bouth wolfs for tlodr BCOOmmo.
d itlon It is fitted uu after the styl
of a l'u in dav coach and can sea;
The alarm from ix 1? Saturday
morning was oaoetd by i tl i in a cml
shanty In the rar of fuii PR tat on
awnn . Too tire was queue i nl with s
1 1 w p.illd Of Water.
J lines Forrester, of tho Truth, who
wns injured last we. k. is progressing
favorably uu l will not be confined to
oino us long as wis at first expected
ON TEN HOURS' TIME.
D. I, & W. Co. Oar ah-pi Begin Today
on Inoreased All. wane i.
The nr shone of tim Delaware,
Licks wanns it Western Railroad will
goto work o eTO hours' time today
Ttie coal department of the L icki
wanna BillroaJ is experiencing a d
cided boom just now, .Next month's
pay is i X peC ted to be OOnsid rably bet
let than was to have b.en i gpOOted a
few weeks ago.
OvU nut CloOT.-Uee Dr. Thomas'
BcieetricOd Bocordiax to directions, it is
the best remedy for nil Midden attacks of
colds, pain and iiifhrauiution.Biid injuries.
MR. ALEX. PHILLIPS
Now lias has chnro ' f tho KEYHTONB HO
i'KL, formerly culled the Onus Keys, corner
Hromloy ave. and Swctlnnd. A fiill line of
Liquors, Beer, Ale nml Fine Cigars will lie
kepi lii etock. .Mr. I'lilllips will h,, plens .,lt o
greet his many friends who win favor inm
with a oil.
HIS TWENTV-DOLUR PULL.
Tbs Way Wchael Maloney Int im 'dated
Michael Maloney, aged 40, while in
toxicated Saturday night boarded a car
on Wyoming avenne and attracted a
crowd by yelling at the top of his
voice. He refused to be put off until
OfHcor Block appeared.
He said when ljcke 1 up that he bad
a "pull" with the Traction company
gnd oily officials, and everybody con
cerned in his arrest would be sorry
Maloney's boast, maybe, influonced
the mayor to set him down with the
low fiuo of $90
Beadleston 8c Woorz's and Ballantine's
Alee are the best. E. tl. alsu, agent, W
Seen the Latest
Neapolitan Were? It
is the Most Artistic
IfyouwantagoodcarAimW U V
riaee vou should see
diiU 1 lw I
lib Wyoming Avenue,
"One Coat Makes
Them Look Like New"
the mark. t for
; Stfl . i-tc.
it Varnish sn.l
Oak, Rosrtalood, tAslnut,
Vtrrmilion inj Ebony
I'at tip in Mai ami Half lint t'aas.
lie sure to f t t i ; . ia i fee IB set be
To Obtain Satlsfectory Results
viitn Ready-Mixed Paints
LUCAS TINTED GLOSS
wi. i. ess
auJ ss sspreseed by ear bus loss
Mir !iKfi'a.ii' I .r.ii'la iui-wi
fail ot sees) ' sample e .r.t shesriat e
sra sal vita htlllattrarUoasosI eatnaati
-i ( lwMiit..'rma l"ur I. iu.ml-111 .1;,
Tl 17 1 1 1 T
32J L&ckavvanna Ave.
25c. a lb.
427 Lackawanna Ave.
WHY DO YOU DO IF?
Why run all Over tbectty looklnt foriroll
ilollnri will. on,, linn ir, ,1 :,n 1 ten cents' worth
01 now in then I but v..u win pome rsrr
close to it it tr y hi will ceil ut ihs riu'it Blaos.
liritiu rear iloiiar, ui,i, silver ami mea
A. W. JURIiCH
IM rnvon RTr.BBT, ami set full vales
lor your noasy It
BICVOL.KS, PIRR AHMi,
PIHHINa TAOKI IS, PINK
( I I 1.1 li V. Doa COLLARS
Th- VH T Ht vTRBBIi Lsssda,
ftcyciea, Bra arms, ste. repaired nt iborl
BOtlee, Key Bttlns it SPeeUltV, Wve DM a i .'ill.
lev ALL BEST VAH
And nil kimlR GARDEN
HEEDS In iiilk tuiii in pack
njri's. Pierce's Market
! INI fM AVE.
Hindoo Handkerchief Puzzle
Now on sale for 25C. orgiven
away with purchase of every suit.
Handsome line of Spring Overcoats
and the Nobby "Bell" Cutaway Snits
ISartin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
At.i( )S Lackawanna Ave.
11 U1ILH mu uitomu uiiiilu
i FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY, I
s 500 Ladios' Lic.3 Trimmad Hats in all ths
3 popular shades, regular price $5.00; for
K 50 doz, Spray3 of Flowers in assorted col- 4&n 5
il ors, regular price 50c; for - - - vUi g
5 45 doz. Sprays of Flower3, assorted colors, QQp I
regular prica $1.00; for wwUi I
1 50 doz. Extra Loner, Full
Is dcrf Dye, Ladies' Hosj,
jj 0r , . .
'100 Pair Nottingham Lace Curtains, our (DO 71
regular $5.00 Curtain; for - - - Vfl. Ida
.ilHlil i II ';:!.: tnimnwi linailllll .n v. iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiin
Tbsetnas is estmlng to toseni Wilkes lurre
h !i I. ei ... Wi: have t....u he'e, e are
In re; we will l here, A.n n we say. look
.'i 1 .1 11 -. s I f we es'.tiot stiow you the flii'st
(III l 1 1 - AMI NFOM IM.
UOOne, nn I I re. or I of Bsore hieyle sales
ti s say oiber Srn ta too otty, we svtll tuke
11 to the SaOW.
Y. M. G A. BUILDlNGi
by a rider
Has the Agency
K.S KHi i Ml
rc nt rr.'scnl the- Mo-i PlDptlUT i:i 1 PfffeirtN t--Lending
Wareraoms : Opposito riihiir.bus Nlonumunt,
r03 Washington Av. 3crantonrPa.
U m?m Mm i
regular price 39c; n
. . , M.
in colors black
and blue, for
Sell, Soil, Soil, is the ord
of th3 day.
Imported Clay Jackets. Tut.
Style and Work tho best o;
tln tailor's art. A reduction
of SO Per Cent. See this ofter
ins r High-class Jackets.
Your size is hero.
' Cloth, Mono Silk, Cov.?t
Cloth and Lo.cc. Many stylos
and prices that will please yon
Printed Duck and Series,
S Input and Spot Patterns.
Sou ought t' have one. The
price, $3.50 to $7.50.
G. W. Owens & Co.
Onk rn.l Balls Milkers,
Court House Square.