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THE SCTtAETON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 26, 1894.
RUPTURE Can b cured fcy simple treatments and the trim thrown aside in a short time. No detention from bogie-. A late and radical cure for every variety of bornia, by a new method. No charge for consultation and examina tion. SCR AM TON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO, (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. i ' ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE SHOW WHITI FLOUR And always have Good Bread. UANUFACTUBED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. Mm OF COUNTERFEITS J THE SSMWHE POPULAR : , Punch . Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8t Co.', fiarney, Brown & Co. Mfti. COUKT UOVtK tt.UAKK. Dr. H. B. WARE PEACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Sprues Street. Office Honrs: jS"'30' I 2 TO 5. KNIG1ITS OF THE GRIP. They Are Making Extensive Arrange ments for Their Trip to Bing hamton on Oct. 8. For several weeks considerable in terest and anticipation have been manifest in commercial traveler cir cles anent tbe extensive festivities which will attend tbe corner stone laying of the Commercial Travelers' borne at Binghamtoa, Tuesday, Oct. 9. Last evening the board of trade room was filled with enthusiastic members of tbe Scranton branch, which per fected extensive arrangements for their trip and stay in tbe Parlor City. Monday, Oct. 8 at 3 p. m. tbe Wilkes-Barre and Scranton branches with Governor Pattuon and staff and accompanied by Baner't band will leave here on a special Delaware, Lackawanna and Western train. Tues day morning a special exenrsion train will leave this oity at 9 o'clock. The fare for tbe round trip will be $1.50. Tiekets are now on sale at all tbe lead ing hotels. Moses' cigar store, Short & Flynn's, or may be obtained the day of the excursion at tbe depot. Next week Wednesday and Saturday evenings tbe local drummers will be drilled by Captain James O'Hara at the armory. A special meeting will be held at the board of trade room Tnesday evening. Oil. 2. It is announced that from 15 000 to 20,000 commercial travelers will par ticipate in the Binghamtoa parade. The ceremony attending the corner stone laying is to be conducted ae cord ing to tbe impressive Masonlo rit ual, parti oipated i n by a large number of tbe most prominent Masons and Sir Knights in tbe country. Among the distin guished guests who will be baoqaetted by tbe citizens of Binghamton are President Cleveland, Governors Flower, McKinley and Puttison, Cbauncey M. Depew, Royal Worthy Grand Master John Hodge and others. Tbe Scran ton branen anticipates that a large number from this city will be in Biug hamton on that day. PERSONAL. Rev. P. C. Hurst, of Lovelton, is a visi tor in tbis city. , J. Scott Inglis is in Philadelphia looking for new fall goods. C. W. Oibbs, of Binghamton, paid a business visit to tbis city yesterday. Mrs. P. P. Corooran and son, Daniel, of Chicago, 111., are guests at tbe Rowan res idence on Luzerne street. Judge Henry M. Seeley is reported to be seriously ill at Honesdale, suffering from an attack of Bright's disease. Lieutenant Governor L. A. Watres is at Harrlsburg where be will attend an im portant meeting of the board of pardons. W. F, McLean, of the street commis sioner's offloe, returned yesterday from Btroudsburg where he had been visiting Normal school friends. B. P. Connolly, of the firm of Connolly & Wallace, is entertaining his brother-in-law, John O'Hara, of Florida, who is on his way home returning from a visit to Trenton, Ontario. ' New Lon Si.tanoe Telephones. Tbe following firms that have been waiting long and patiently until metallic circuits could be erected for them have just been equipped with long distance telephones md won't have to struggle with the old grounded service any more: Charles Henwood & Co.'s drug store, Providence. W. B. Freaa & Sons' mill, Providence. 8. C. Akerley's meat market, Providence. A. P. O'Donnell's hotel and undertaking, Providence. Fenner & Chappel's general store, Providence. . Mason & Snowden's lumber yard. Green Ridge Store company. G. W. Hornbscker's meat market. A. Johnson's grooery store. Tbe telephone subscribers at Taylor, Moosio and Avoea will soon have tbe long distance service so badly needed in those towns, the metal Ho circuits being now in course of erection. (. There will be grand opening of the Misses Jenkins & Morris, milliners, at 406 Spruce street, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. , Boy the Weber and get tbe best. At Guernsey Bros. FOSTERS Proceedings (or Divorce Give Them an Oppor tunity to Air II TESTIMONY WAS VERY FILTHY Husband Made Most Damaging Charges Against Hi Wife She Admitted That She Choked Him. Suit of Thomas Rich, of Oermyn, Against the ' Delaware and Hudson Canal Company Dr. Burr Wants to Recover His Property. Luther Foster, au undersized, long haired Dunmore man, was on the stand in oourt room No. 2 yesterday after noon and told a story of she domestic trouble which lei him to sddIv for a divorce from his wife, Nancy Oliver Foster, who he says has been unfaith ful to htm. Mr. Foster denies tbe charge and a jury was yesterday af ternoon sworn before Judge Furst of Centre county to determine the truth of the matter. Mr. Foster was married to Miss Naucy Oliver on Jan. 29. 1373. and for several years they lived together hap- 1'ily. Four children were born to them only two of whom, a boy and a girl, are now living. About four years ago Mr. Foster says "bis wife began to mauifest a great fondness for attend ing bnl la and pionics without him. Finally he remonstrated with her and insisted on accompany her to these so cial events. She consented to allow him to go to a ball in Odd Fellows' hall, Danmors, with bcr, but some time after they ar rived at the hall aha left him and went with a man who was intoxicated, end remained with hiin over an hour. On the way house sbe told Mr. Foster that tbe man hud insulted her twice, lie asked her why sbe did not at once leave him and oceording to his version replied that she was not going to leave her friend for that. FOSTER WAS DISCREET. Some time later he found his wife andamanina laurel clump near his house. He did not go near tbe man be cause he did not know what he might do, but as soon as his wife's cotnpaniou moved away be gave chase, and to use bis own language, ''would have killed him only for be ran like a locomotive." Mr. Foster then proceeded with a tale that reeked with nastlness, while his wife, a tall angular lady, sat at tbe table with ber attorney, Cornelius Smith, and cried. She was plainly dressed in blsck with a blue sailor bat surmounting her black hair. She is a woman with some claims to beauty and is intelligent and vivacious in appear ance. Mr. Foster is a small, garrnlous little fellow who, from his own testimony, is a queer combination of discretion and bravery. According to his story, the way he submitted to the conduct and whims of his wife, reflects more credit on the evenness o: ms temper meut than on his qualities as a man. Although Mr. aud Mrs. Foster have not lived as man and wife for more -than a year, they still reside in the same house at Dunmore. It ia Foster's bouse and be says be oannot get his wife to leave it. She insists on re maining tbere and does a portion of the household work. ' SOME OF FOSTER'S WITNESSES. John Randolph swore that he saw a man with bis arm around Mrs. Foster's waist in Wahler's grove. Her bead was on ber companion's breast. Tbe man waa 'not her husband. Kioholas Sossong testified that Mrs. Foster told him she had frequented a house of as signation on Lackawanna avenue. Dr. Marcy also gave testimony. Mrs. Foster then took the stand In ber own behalf and made a general de nial of everything ber hnsband had said concerning her. When she re mained out of the bouse all night it was on sueh occasions as ber husband locked ber out. She was subject to a searching cross-examination by Attor ney A. A. Cbase, who represented Mr. Foster, and proved to be loud voiced and shrewish. She said that one bitter cold night ber husband locked ber out and with a dish she broke in the door. Her hus band bit her on the eye and blackened it for her conduct. "What did you do then?" asked Mr. Chase- "I grabbed him by the throat and choked him; that's what I did," an swered Mrs. Foster with evident satis faction. Mrs. WoodwarJ, Mrs. Birge, Lewis Spangenberg iand Henry StJpp gave testimony favorable to Mrs. Foster, and tbre the case rested. It will go to tbe jury this morning. , RICH TRESPASS SUIT. The first case oalled for trial before Jndge Unniur in the main court was that of Tbomas Rich, of Jermyn, against the Delaware and Hudson Canal company, an action to recover damages. Attorneys S. B, Price and Attorney J. Alton Davia represented Mr. Rieh and ex-Judge W. H. Jsssup and Attorney William Jessup appeared for tbe company. On tbe night of Dso. 13, 1890, Mr. Rich was in this city and got aboard of a Delaware and Hudson train for home at 2 a. m. When he reached Jermyn he says the oonduotor stopped the train above the station and told him to get off on the west side of the train whisb is across the traek from tbe station. Tbis confused him and in trying to find tbe path leading from the station to the town, he stepped off a bridge on whiah the railroad crosses a wagon road. Tbe fall shoved Mr. Rioh's shin bone down into his foot, and he waa kid up for a long time in consequence of his injuries. He is still very lame and will be for the remainder of bis life. He broke down and cried several times during bis recital of the details of the accident while on the staad. It is contended that the companv was negligent in putting Mr. Rich off the train on the wrong side; In net having tbe place properly lighted and in not having tbe road from its station proD erly guarded and marked. Tbe ea'se was on trial when conrt adjourned for the day. RELATIVES AT LAW. Charlei A. Burr, committee of Dr. A. E. Burr, is named as the plaintiff in an ejectment case against John Hase and H. Stone, the trial of which waa begun before Jndge Edwards yesterday. At torneys Hnlslandsr and Vosburg and Msjor Everett Warren appeared for the plaintiff and Attorneys Watson and Diehl for the defendants. It is held by the plaintiff that in 1679 Dr. A. E. Burr owned a property at Carbondale, wbloh at that time waa worth about $3,000. Against it were mortgages amonntingito $3,500 and Us brother-in-law, John Ease, also held a note against Mr. Burr for $500. He subsequently became owner of the mortgages and about that time tbe note, it ia said, was paid. Subsequently it appears that Mr. Kaae-aold'tbe prop erty on this note, it being agreed be tween himself and Dr. Burr that as soon as tbe property had earned $3,500 it ahould b turned over to the dostor. Some time later Mr. Ease sold the property to H, Stone for $3,250. It is maintains! by the plaintiff , that this was not a bona fide sale, and that the property at tbe time was worth more than $10,000. The defendants deny all of tbe allegations made by tbe plain tiff and strongly asssrt that the aale to Mr. Stone was striotly bona fide. Tbe trial will consume the greater part of today. LETTERS FE0M THE PEOPLE Under this heading ehort letter! of interest will be published when accompanied, for pub lication, by the vyttur'i name. ThbTbibumi will not be held responsible (or opinions hare eipriwwd.l ACCEPTS THE CHALLENGE. Editor of Ths Tribuhk: Sir: Mosquitoes are small, but who permits them to become too familiar? For plain George Carter to reply to T. J, Davies, Mus. Bsc., may seem impertinent, but there are so many falsehoods in his letter in yesterday's Tribune, I am forced to reply. As to my "ability to judge," can simply reply that a good tree produces good fruit, and if tbe popils of Mr. Davies have the "tempermeut, the talents, emotion and poetical feeling, together with ample ap plication and good judgement," then this proves my assertion of bad instruction, very bad, or where is there a "Ben Da vies," "Edward Lloyd's," "Watcyn Mills," eta, who could not have bad more ability than bis pupils, paviei) as he de scribes tbem. If the Welsh are such great teachers, why did the array of Welsh singers study in England with "Rendegger?" "Give me tbe Welsh students," ayi Reudegzer; "you can have all other comers." If 1 was a vocal teacher, I would like Davies, Mills, etc., but of tbechoice give me Jenny Lind, Christine Killson, Nlkita, Nevada. Eauies, Blauvelt, Melba, Nieordi, De Renkes, Maurd, Herwisch. Mast I give more? Yes, and even Patti. Evidently Mr. Davies believes every thing the ' newspapers say. If so, how about the article upon the Haydn Evans' party entertained by the "prince of Wales" as per Elmira Budget of yesterday!1 Who is "Dr. Parry Jones?" I am not ac quainted with the gentleman. As to my ability to read music is ques tioned, I think my re-engagement at Elm Park church is sufficient evidence of the satisfactory performance of my duties. As to "sight-reading," who ever heard of Pad erewekl playing at sight, or Patti singing at sight, or Booth giviug a play at sight? When we go to a concert we expect to hear finished work, and, who would pay to hear a few selections played at aigbt? Thank God I prefer to be a student. No doubt many of them could deliver selec tions at sight, but who ever hoard of either doing so in public? All artists insist opon time to prepare, as does the droggist to compound a prescription. The article in tbe London Times in re gard to my playing "Sweet Bye and Bye," was arranged for iu Scranton. True, this is one of tho hymns of the chnrcb, whose servant I am, and "Home Sweet Home," often:Bungby"Patti."arranged for organ by "Dudley Buck." Bless you, can I not play this air with these people as example. That I played it so well as to attract at tention I am proud. I dare anyone to quote one article iu which I made much "ado so bravado" about my playing. Was Mr. Davies at the conoert when "Del Punte" "proddled" me in the rib? I must have been too excited to have felt it I do remember, however, bis asking me to transpose tbe key of ms "arid" Which 1 did. What did the other artlats do to re buke me? I have since played tor Blau velt. Strange! How came my name as organist of the 'State Teachers' association?" "Profes sor Soathworth" vifited my home and in tbe presence of witnesses informed me of having, without my consent, sent my name as organist for the advanoe pro gramme; then asked me to assist in get ting Elm Park church for the organ re cital. I consented to play. Later Mr. Southworth owned to me, having quieted tbe other musicians by telling tbem "he had to invite me in order to get Elm Park ore an." This feeling toward a stranger caused me to decline to play. I have since played tbe selection twice, but not an nouncing it, "Musical Bachelor" seeming ly did not know it. I regret that other names have been drawn into this discussion. Having -ever considered musical art "in the line of pugilistic events, I am loth to see myself challenged to a "musical duel." I have not the example oi raaerwiski. u raon mann, Liszt, etc, to guide me, but "when among the Romans do as they do" stares me iu the face and like "Jackson," I shall look for a chance to withdraw. I accept Mr. Davies, as Haydn Evans second, and I relict the ghost of "Beethoven for mine; I prefer the shadow to such a reality as "Davies." Haydn Evans formerly held the position of onanist of tbe Second Presbyterian church until snperceeded by Mr. Rockwell (an organist of great ability wno served the Elm Park church most acceptably for nine years) at more than donble salary. Therefore, I cannot accept a challenge for an organ contest. We both "play the piano," and I am sure I do not pose as a great pianist 1 will meet Mr. Evans in mortal combat, anywhere, according to "Marquis of Queenebury rules," the programme to con sist of six piano selections, each to seleot three, and each claying the aix selections, tbe judge to be a mnsician of the oalibre of "Joseffy," the entire proceeds to go to The Tribuhb for space occupied by arti cles. As Mr. Evans does not return for a time, anppoeing Mr. Davies aceepte a chal lenge, and not force another into tbe af frav. What kind of a man Is "Davies?" Echo answers, sh-sh. He says I look into an organ "Mirror." Tbere was nsver one in sight ot my organ, therefore I take it that he Is talking of that whioh be knows nothing. The Welsh are a musical people. with fine voices; but it requires yeara of work to become a great singer. Well "arf' in musio hsa assumed great protection, when is becomes a matter of challenge. Are the true musical people proud of this conditions, of art becoming pugilistic? "Ahl I have sighed to rest me," but onward to oontest in tne name oi art. Sincerely, Gkoros B. Carter. WOOD'S COLLEGE Of Buslnen aad Shorthand. Tbe best business since the college was onraniseu. , Both sessions largely attended. 15,000. This year a large number of people find it inconvenient to pay for the scholarship on entering. Tbe management has set aside a fund of $5,000 to accommodate those who wish to pay on tbe instalment jilan. Persons interested are invited to call. F. E. Wood, Principal, City and Bohool Taxes, 1894. , The city and school tax duplicates for the year 1804 are now in my hands for collection. Persons wishing to pay can do so now,. or any person requiring state ments of'taxes by giving ward and loca tion of property will be "promptly answered. R. G. BnooKH, City Treasurer. Municipal building, Washington avenue. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., ex ceptSatunrday, this office will be closed at noon. Hotel Llotn.aa Transferred. Tbe following hotel licenses, were transferred by tbe court yesterday: O, 8. Mainea, Second ward, Jermyn, to H. A. Seebe; Moran & Healey, Eighth ward, Scranton, to Martin IT Judge; Jndge & Healey, First ward, Dunmore, to James F. Dyer: John Murphy, Second ward, Dunmore, to William McUale. Ladi. Closing out russett, oxfords and russett dluchers at rod need prices. Also ladies' bog, foxed, congreas, raaor toes, pretty styles. A. C. Nimircn & Ca, Commonwealth building. Eat Bread made from Pillsbury's Best and be healthy. MATTER IS DECIDED. Board of Control Adopts Commit, tee's Recommendations to Malgj High School Fire Proof. A brief bat important session of tbe board of control was held last night. Tbe renort of tbe special high school committee was adopted. Mr. W or la ser presidsd in the absence of President Von btorcu. Tbe board's attorney, ex -Judge Henry A. Knapp, made a suggestion a short time ago to certain officers of tbe Lackawanna township school board and in a latter to last night's meeting recommend that the Lackawanna board's proposition, which follows, be accepted, and thus gst a portion of ths txpsnse, at least, of maintaining the sobools in Bsllevue for the ourrent Tbe resolution of the Minooka school board, mentioned by Jndge Knapp, was referred to tbe finance committee as follows: At a regular meeting of the Lackawanna township school board it was resolved to turn the Bsllevue tax over to the city school board, less commission lor collee-' tiou, providing they support the schools. rATKICK HIOUINS, Secretary of Sohool Board. The teachers' committee recommend ed tbe following additions to tbe salary sobedule: That all male snbstitues for principals of buildings .above tbe In termediate C. grade be paid at the rate o; $70 per month. The report waa adopted. The report or tne mgn sonooi committee is as follows; Whereas, The high school committee unaniniouslv agree that tbe new high, school shonld be of fireproof construction. as provided for in plans and specifications as per estimate "A," and Whereas. Conrad Scnroeuer or this city, is tbe lowest bidder for tbe same; your committee respectfully recommend that contract be awarded to uonraa oenroeuer for tbe sum stated in his proposal, viz,, (187.069. Your committee further recom- ineua tuat duly I, lsvo, oe tneuate nxeu at which time the building shall be fully completed and ready for occupancy; therefore ce it Resolved. That the officers of the board are hereby authorized to execute contract upon the approval of the attorney of the board ot tbe contractors bond in the sum ot $29,000 as per advertisement Tbe report was adopted unani mously. Tbe recommendations or ths build ing committee that tbe Hickory Street Presbyterian churoh ba rented at -o per month to relieve No. 3 school, and that the O'Malley and O'Boyle lots in tbe Third ward b purchased for build ing purposes for $1,150, were adopted. COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES. In the matter of the lunacy of John Mc- Cann court fixed Oct. 5 as the time for hearing. Judge Edwards yesterday granted a charter to the Hyde Park lodge, No. 316, Knights of Pythias. John Ssrnick yesterday entered bail in court, , Joseph Hannlck becoming his onasinen in ins sum oi auu. Joseph Fuller, charged with larceny by bailee, wat yesterday surrendered by his bondsmen and afterwards entered bail in the sum ot $300. Bartley Fuller became his security. A new trial was applied for yesterday in the trespass case ot M. M. Baird against Walter B. Curtis. Tbe case waa tried last week and a verdict returned in tavor of the defendant In tbe case of Mrs. Bridget Ellis, widow of the late Stephen Healey, ot Dunmore, against Patrick Healey, a rule was granted on Healey to oompol him to bring within six months an ejectment suit for the prop erty in dispute. . , When the trespass suit of John Donning against tbe Pennsylvania Coal company was oalled for trial before Judge Gunster yesterday morning no appearance was made for the plaintiff and a non suit was granted. The name ot Congressman Will iam Henri Hines, of Wilkes-Barre, ap peared on the trial list as Mr. Donning's attorney. Marriage licenses were granted by the clerk of the courts yesterday to John Walsh, of Dunmore, and Mary Tighe, of Moscow; Peter KoetscL, of Danmore, and Henretta Miller, ot Scranton; Charles Marley and Annie McNulty, of Carbon dale; Charles Katzinger and Mrs. Mar garet Scborney, of Little England. Among tbe cases on this week's com mon pleas list which were yesterday con tinued were: Scranton Gas and Water company vs. Lackawanna Iron and Coal company, assumpsit; New York Bowory Fire Insurance company vs. Fred Tbeis & Son, assumpsit; Mary Jordan vs. Alex ander Grogan, trespass; Albert Henne vs. People's Street railway company, tres pass; George H. Tryon vs. John W. Aitken, assumpsit. The cases ot C. L. Rice vs. W. A. Connell, Michael J.O'Malley vs. T. J. Mullen, executor, and E. J. Boyle and others, executors, vs. Germania Fire Insurance company were reported setueo. BURGLARS ON LINDEN STREET. Entered the Store of ths Farmsr'a Dairy Company. The store ot the Farmer's Dairy company, on Linden strset, waa bur glariously sntered Sunday night, but fortunately a few dollars only were tsksn as no money Is left over night except a small amount of change for tbe mornings sale. From all traoss it is evident that the theft was committed by some one who was fairly well acquainted with the premises, aa one door waa not securely fastened and entrance was effected thereby. . The $40,000 School Houss for Colombia avenue has been let and will be commenced immediately. There are stui a tew iota lert at a low price. Artbur Fkothinguam, Office. Theater Lobby. M. A. Frledlandtr Sc Co. win nave tneir nne millinery opening -nursoay, oops. xi. That Baby Of yours wants a RING. Don't it? See our special values for this week . Rolid Gold, Engraved, 25c. Kolid Gold, Real Pearl Bet, 50e. Bolid Gold, Garnet or Turquoise, 7 Jo. Solid Gold, Real Diamond Hut, SI, Warranted as repreeented. Reiford Jewelry Co. j S1.1 Lacks. Ave. PRATT'S BOOK STORE We are prepared to furnish all hinds of School Books and Sohool Supplies at short notice. We always have in stock a com plete line of Blank Books, Sta. jtionery and Office Supplies. Wall Paper, Window Shades . Pictures and Frames. WANT TO HAVE PAPERS CORRECTED. Objsot of a Bait Broa.nt by Mary A. Banner. Mary A, Besmer yestsrday began a snit In equity against Hannah H. and Daniel L. Biesecker to bave a deed, mortgage and bond given after ths sale of twenty-seven acres and twenty -one perobes of land in Madison township corrected. Tbe tare was made on Nov. IS. 1892. The plaintiff it represented by Attor ney W. J. Tracy. There will be a grand opening of tbe Misses Jenkins & Morris, milliners, at 400 Spruce street, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The championship gold medal and the cold stOD watch to be shot tor on Sept. 2B. are now on exhibition in tbe window of Phelps drug store. CHINA HALL LARGEST LINE OP Royal Sevres Ware Lamps Candelabras Bon-Bons, Etc. ever on exhibition in this city. dinner nrjn TOILET UL 1 U Cat Glass, Silverware, fa WEICHEL & MILLAR n6 Wyoming Ave. WE'RE OPEN And every shoe in the house is new. No old stock. We can fit your feet and tickle your purse to the opening point. SCUANK TOUB SHOE MAN 410 Spruce Street. HAVE MRS. VANDERBILT (or whatever may be the name of your better halt) come in and see what she likes among that elegant line of Fancy Colored Bosom Shirts that we bought yesterday. They are to be worn with white collars and are out right down to tbe danger mark. ' A Dollar Takes One, BOTH -STORES. Christian, The Hatter. 4 1 2 SPRUCE r. AND 205 LACK'A. HVEtiVtt, THE CELEBRATED1 nnori PIAKT09 ire it fnmt the Mont PeenUr tad rnfemoV Uf UttOJuc ArttM. Waranoats: OpposlrsCtlunitaaMonurnsnt, 206 Washington Av. 8crarrtotM,' For Fall Wear S05 Lackawannailve. YES H tSdMCMic new ir ar'a-sl . CONRAD RECEIVED TODAY so a firstciass stock of Imported Suitings and Trouserings. Martin Sc Xelany Custom Tailors and Clothiers, WYOMING AVENUE- UlinDieiIllEUH3ISliguiEli0BI3IHIIIII!DnClE3IHIElC113IDK!:g:s:aS03S3:E2sr?i m HBT W VT Yvnw. w-v n .. . IILLINmi Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Next Week at 2 E 308 Lacka. Ave. September 26, 27 and 28 FALL AND MILLINERY raiiiimuiiuiuniuiiiiuuHUHuiiuuiuuBuuEiHEiwiciiicEiiEaieun-iwR Scientific Eye 'On the Fence. Soon be over tbe season for riding. II you want a Bicycle now is the time to get it. We are clearing upall stock, and will give you such acbanoe as you never had before. One ot onr bargains: A First-class, High Grsde 1150 Bicycle for $05. Brine your cash and GET OFF THE FENCE. CLARENCE M. FLORE Y Successor to Florey &'Holt UIG OF BEAUTY ill If V il i OUR CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT The favorite resort of Scrauton is now filled to ovfcrtlowinj-r with the choicest and most varied assortment of novelties ever shown Our line of FALL REEFERS The largest in the city, contains many new and desirable fabrics, many of which are - esdusive'ywith us. Our $3 -ALL-WOOL REEFER is a beauty. Iff mmm The Gallon Combination Outfit. 'i 1 1 PENN CL 137 AND 139 PEUN AVEHTJE. Complete Outfitters. S. L. GALLEN OPEN KVENl!iG9rnLlf 0.8O O'CiXXIK. JjARGE LINEO' Mackintoshes in Blue and Black Box Coats. MING 1 -ON. WINTER Testing Free t 1 By DS. SHIMSERG, The SpeajsJiat on the Eye. Headaches and Ker voluntas relieved. Latest and Improved Style of EyeglegMs sod Spectacles at the Lowest Price Best Artificial Bree inserted faxt. 305 SPRUCE ST Opp. OW Post Office. Creditors' otice jSotice is hereby given that auc tion sale3 will be conducted daily, at 2.30 aud 7-30 p.m., in the 6toro of C.W. Freeman, Jeweler, cornel. Penn avenue and Spruce street. The sale is positive and no goods are reserved. Proceeds will be applied to liquidate creditors' claims. JOHN" R LEWIS, Manager for Creditors. IS A JDY FOREVER THE GALLEN A BLESSING TO MOTHERS. A Snit. Extra Pants and Cap to match, made of Strictly ALL WOOL material; war ranted not to rip; doable Beat and double knees in both Pants t suitable for dress or sohool wear, at FOR ENTIRE OUTF1T Duplieate-this in this city and the Outfit it yours gratis. OUTFIT $4.25