THE fS(.liAXTON TBIIIUNE-.MONDAV MOltNlNG. OVEMJER 12, 1S9I.
is now going- on
' at the Old Store,
322 Lackawanna ave.,
. where the whole of
the wrecked stock
will be sold at prices
to interest buyers and
move the goods quickly.
Stationery, Fancy Articles,
Blank Account Books,
Wall Papers, Window
Room and Frame Mould
ings, which have been dam
aged by water and smoke,
much or little, and must be
sold at some price soon to
clear the building for repairs.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go.
THE GENUINE POPUUR
, , HAVE THE IHITHLS
G. B. &CO.
IMPRINTED OH EACH CIGAR
Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square,
PERMANENT CURE OF
All forms of Eornin a specialty. Well
brown Seranton physicians in charge.
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO.. Llflfl.,
203 Washington Avenue.
The members of the (Jns Williams dia
niati! company are staying at the Wyom
Miss Puulinc Pai-ktr, Jolin Richard),
Manager Taylor and J. W. 8rke, of the
'Wild Hose" company, have registered at
tbo St. Churles hotel.
. I'. ,T. Lyneit, of Providence, formerly
fcalgsinaa for-Kelly's bakery, has accept
id a position an traveling representative
of the Seranton Caramel company.
Mrs. V. (I. School) milker, of Eimhurst,
vill tomorrow besln a journey to her win
ter home In Lake Helen, Fin. She bade
her Seranton friends good-bye Suturday.
On Saturday John S,weeney, of North
Washington avenue, and his daughter.
Mary, left for Niagara university to vlatt
John J. O'Oonnell, who is Mr. Sweeney's
Rev. Samuel Doddx, who delivered an
excellent address in the Vouiiif Women's
Christian association eonvenllon, was a
(,'UesT at the Westminster, and left for
tirove City on Saturday.
Ur. P. J. McAndrcw retired Saturday
from the position of senior house surgeon
nt the Lackawanna hospital. He fullllled
that trust most ttcceptubly for eighteen
months and after an European vacation
of a few months, ho will return and open
sn office in Seranton.
A. n. Dunning, sr., has gone to Blng
humton to escort W. W. Wlnton home.
Mr. Wlnton lias been under treatment for
failure of eyesight for 3omo time, but the
specialist who he consulted ts hopeful of
his recovery. Business matters, however,
made his early return home imperative.
, Seronton's Business Interests,
THETIUBITNE will soon publish a rare
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Seran
ton. and vicinity. The edition will- be
bound In book form, beautifully lllustra
ed with photogravure views of our pub
- lie buildings, business blocks, streets,
tc, together with portraits of leading
citizens, rso similar work lias ever given
,an equal representation of Scranton's
many Industries. It will be an Invaluable
exposition of our business . resources,
Sent to persons outside the city, copies of
1MB handsome work will attract new com.
ers and be on unequalled advertisement
of the city. Tho circulation Is on a plan
that cannot fall of good results to those
concerned as well as the city at large,
Representatives of THK TRIBUNE will
'call upon THOBR WHOSE NAMES are
DESIRED In this edition and explain Its
nature more ruiiy. i
Thoso desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please leave notice at
The $40,000 School House
for Columbia avenue hus been let and will
be commenced Immediately. There are
till a few more lots left at a low price.
Office, Theater Lobby,
. Buy the Weber
and get the test. At Quornsey Bros- .
ON OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
Passing Events of the Day on(thc
West Side of the Citv Noted.' i
AKKESTED 1H)K SHOl'LIFTIXd
Mrs. liiink Conn;)) Taken In CustoJv.
-Mr. KlchnrJs Has l.rcctcJ the Totnh.
stone That Is tu Mark His llemaiils.
I icatli of l'utrlck WuWIi.
Mrs. Frank Conway, a resident of
Jackson street, was arrested on Satur
day afternoon by Constable Timothy
Junes for shoplifting.' During the: day
Mrs. Conway, who was a former resi
dent of Dunn-ore, became Intoxicated
and shortly afterward went Into the
store of K. B. Houser, on North Main
avenue, and stole two dog collars. Sic;
was not detected, however, and went
from there to the People's dry goods
store on South Muin avenue, where she
appropriated :i desert pairs of socks. In
the latter act shu was caught by Miss
Mame Kroiner and hold until the pro
prietor, Arthur Ho:il, came. Mrs. Con
way was then placed in the West Side
station house by the olllcer.
She raved madly and would have dis
robed herself If this unseemly action
had not been chee'-.ed by the oilieers.
Later In the evening she was given n
hearing before Alderman l'.lair, of the
Fifth ward. Mr. Houser Identified tho
dog collars tis those token from his es
tablishment. - KreelcJ Hi .Monument.
Thomas A. Hlchanis, who is about S'l
years of age, recently purchased a
handsome Scutch grnnlte monument
and a few days ago it Was placed upon
Ills plot of ground In the' Washburn
Street cemetery. The slow weighs
over la.ooo pounds uml Is made from
one solid piece of granite, it bears the
names of Mr. Richards and his wife u.-i
well us the hitter's maiden name, Mary
Morgan. Mr. Richards wished to super
vise persotmlly the stone that Will mark
ills liiBt resting place, hence the el ection
of the stone ut this time. There Is a
place left on the stone to Inscribe the
time of death.
Patrick Wulsh Dead.
About 7.20 o'clock yesterday morning
Patrick Walsh, an aged and respected
resident of this side, died at his home
122 South Garfield avenue, after an Ill
ness of three weeks. Heart failure was
the cause of death. Deceased' was OS
years of age and was born In Ireland.
He was employed In the Oxford mines
and was a member of the Oxford Acci
dental fund. Mr. Walsh wus 11 ma.n of
Integrity, honesty; and sobriety. He is
survived by a wife arid the following
children: Patrick, John, Edward, Mrs,
Mary A. Coggins, Kathnleen, Agnes
and Hannah Walsh. The ruiwral notice
will appear later.
llrlcf Notes of Interest. '
Mius Clara Jones, of Washburn street,
Joseph WrlgleJ', .of Twelfth street,
Is 111 with dropsy. '
Mrs. Richard Hall, of Hampton street,
is ill with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Potberg, of Philadelphia, Is visit
ing friends on Meridian street.
Edward C. Moore, of Hampton street,
is visiting at Waterbury, Conn.
Company K will resume drill tomor
row evening In St. David's hall.
Miss Lizzie Connors, of North Brom
ley avenue. Is 111 with pneumonia.
William C. Davis, If Lafayette street,
Is recovering from" typhoid fever.
Mrs. F. AV- McAvloun and children, of
Eynori street, Is visiting at Nicholson.
The Sir Knights of Pleasure club will
give a social this evening In Meurs
Mrs. Hice, of Susquehanna, Is visiting
her mother. Mrs. Newton, on North
Rump .178. Patriotic Order, Sons of
America, will give a social on Dec. 13
In th Red Men's hall.
Miss Luce, of Wllkes-Hurre, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William X. Chase,
of North Hromley avenue.
Mrs. Hunslnger, of Lackawanna, is
visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs
Gomer Reese, of Rebecca avimue. '.
The Bachelors' society of the First
Welsh Baptist church will give uu en
tertainmeut and social on Nov. 21.
The English and Welsh churches on
this sldi are preparing for special exer
clses to be held on Thanksgiving Day.
The Tinners' union, No. SC, will give
a hall in Turners nun on ew Years
evening. Lawrence orchestra will fur
Druggist Thomas H. Jones, of South
Main avenue, bus- purchased a hand
some whito horse of full Tennessee
stock, with a record of 2'.20.
Rev. Hugh Davles, pastor of t he
Welsh Calvliiistlc Methodist church
preached bis usual monthly, English
sermon yesterday morning.
Edward Howell, of North Lincoln
avenue, preached to a large number of
men and women at the Contlneuta
mission school yesterday afternoon.
E. W. Scott, of Camp 178, Patriotic
Order, Sons of America, uud ten mem
bers of Camp 333, will organize a drum
corps in the near future. The drum
corps wilt giva a ball on Dec, 20.
BIRTH OF MARTIN LUTHF.R.
Commemorated toy Special Service In the
Kvungclical Lutheran Church.:
Services commemorating the birth of
Martin Luther were held last evening
In the Evangelical Lutheran church,
corner of Adams avenue and Mulberry
street. The exercises were under the
auspices of the Luther league, which,
In Its organization and purpose, is siml
lar to the Epworth league of other
COULD HARDLY BREATHE.
Catarrh of the Nose, Throat and
Stomach Life Made Miserable by
Headaches, Pain and Cough.
Llda McCandless, 1230 South Thirty
nun street, i'miadrinnia, in conversu
turn with a reporter, said: "t hud
very bad case of catarrh of the nose,
throat and stomach, 'with frequeii
headaches, pain under the shoulder
blades and a horrible cough, I hod to
keep my mouth constantly open day
and night to breathe, and felt as miser
able as one possibly could. 1 tvus' ad
vised to try Munyon's Catarrh Cure.
am happy to say that from the begin.
nltig 1 relt relieved and continued to
grow better until now I am entirely
wen. i am so inauarui mat this re.
markable remedy wub ever discovered
and hope others will take advantage of
my experience. .
Have you catarrh? Are you wllHng
to Investigate a treatment that cures
Catarrh by removing the cause? if ho
ask your druggist for a 25 cent bottle of
Munyon's Catarrh Cure and 2h cent
bottle of Catarrh Tablets. The Catarrh
Cure will eradicate the disease from
the system, and the. Tablets will cleanse
and heal. the afflicted parts and restore
them to a natural and healthful cundl
tlon. ' 't
Munyon's Homoeopathic Rome Rem
edy company, or f tiuaaeipiiiu, put up
specifics lor nearly every disease.
which are sold by all druggists, mostly
lor ' evnts a oouie, r- , , i
churches. ' In the absence of the pasflffijej
Kev. k. 1.. Miller, v. II. fierlocK, prem
dent of the league, presided. i '
Five essnyn wore read, bearing upon
the life of Luther, who van born Nov.
10, 14N3. The essays were: "Childhood
and Youth of Martin Luther," Miss
nna, von Konecny; "Luther's Domes
tic and lVrxunul Life," MIhk Hrsxte
rol't; "The Diet at Worms," MIsb
mm Schiller; "Luther us a. Lover of
Mufle," K. W. N'ewbuuer: "Luther ns u
muter of Education," Miss Katie
Kareher. Kuch impel was apt and in-
retlnj? in lt particular purport, Vncl
eoelved attentive consideration from
.NORTH feND NOTES.
Frank Lewis, of reckvlll has removed
his family to William street.
til Hughes and Kdmund Davles, or Nun-
tleoke, spent Sunday with Kev. Thomas
H. Walking, of Wales street.
Rev. and Mrs. 2d. D. Fuller 1. av
for Hurvey s lake, where lliev espect
pend part of his annuul vacation.
J. A. Athurton, father or J. 1j.. tt. r. aim
D. B. Athtrturi, will spt iid the winter here
1th Jeremiah L on Market street.
A sale of fancy goods will be held In the
Asbury .Methodist Episcopal church Nov. ,
under the auspices of the Ladles' Aid
Th Ladies' Aid society of the l'resbyle-
liiu church will hold lis annuul turkey
supper In the church parlors next inurs-
A public drill of tho Roys' brigade of the
Green lii'lgo Baptist church will be held
tonight. A company of young ladles will
also give nn exhibition.
ilr:. Dr. Mary A. Shepherd, of Market
street, left Suturday morning for Wan-
eon, O., where she expects to spend the
winter with her mother. ,
Ueorge. A. Dickenson, of the Heady Pay
ore, hus purchased from A. D. Ijord, of
Chleiigo, the house on Putnam street In
which he has resided for some time past.
Kev. W. U. Wutklns preached two elo
uent sermons In the North Main Ave
nue Hapllsl ehurcli yesterday. In Hie
morning he preached espcclulh to wo
men and in the evening to men.
A number of ladies of the Presbyterian
liiiii.li intend to start a brunch of the
Needlework t'.alld of America. The only
eyulrements to membership In 1t Is tliu
donating of two nev.- garments every year.
Kev. It. 8. Jones, D.D.. has been m
ited to read his excellent paper on
'Christ's View of the Old Testament,"
which he lvad a few weeks ago ut a meet-
ag of the Pastors' union, at a meeting of
the Methodist Episcopal pastors tills
morning in the Kim Park church.
Tbesoclalof the Keystone dancing cl.nis,
which should have been held last Friday
In Company H armory was, owing to a
previous engagement of the hull, ,post-
poned until tonight. The club lias been re-
ently reorganised, A. K. Detweller being
elected president, and Stanley tfllkmnn
The Puritan Congregational church wass.
completely Allied lust evening to hear the
eloquent sermon of Itev. A F. Ferris on
"Die Fust Young Man." Special music-
was lurnlshed by the choir, nidi d ny, an
orchestra, which consisted of lirst cornet,
William Smith; second cornet, Duviil
lteese; violin, John Stoppard; ci-llo, Isaac:
Thomas Jeliu Llew y bryn will lecture
tonight at the Welsh Baptist church, Pro
vidence, upon the subject, "What Is That
to You," the proceeds being devoted to the
relief of the poor of that chui;eh. 'there
Is no doubt that a treat will be provided,
as Mr. Jehu Is humorous above all things
and his wit this evening will enthuse tho
large audience that will assemble to hear
the bard of the North End. The proiiis
of tho lecture are to be devoted to the as
sistance of the poor and needy.
At Tliursdiie evening s business meet
ing of the North Main avenue Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor It
9ii decided to hold a meeting every
Thursday evening during the present
month, this meeting to be of u literary
character. Next week the society ex
pects to read Shakespeare's "Julius Cae
sar." It has not yet been decided Just
what line or reading will be taken up,
but this will be decided in the near fu
ture. Not only members of the society.
but all young people who are Interested in
the development of the mind, are cordially
Invited to attend.
Mrs. Tompkins and son, of Staruccn, arc
visiting at the residence of Mrs. Bransons,
on Elm street. ,
Fresh oysters received dally at Palmer s
The Loyal Legion entertainment was
largely attended Saturday evening, it be
ing tlie lirst of a series to t" given liie
coining winter. The Legion hn. become n.
fixed Institution in Dunniore and Is doing
much good In. the town. The following
mofrruninie wus given: iteenuuuii. .oisa
Ethel Jackson: recitation, .vtiss i-.me.i;
Swartz: recitation. Miss Eva Hess: rei
Hon, Garfield Auglvln. W. Dillon gave a
very .Instructive and rorciDie address,
speaking of the horrors that drunkards
experiences. Mr. Dillon was listened to
very attentively and pleased me large au
Charles A.' Cramer, of Mill fitrcet, and
Miss Maud Woodward, of ilawley, will be
married Nov. 2S.
Tonight Our Williams and compony will
entertain the pntronn of the Academy or
Music with his laughable farce "April
Fool." There Is no nume fietter Known
among lovers of legitimate comedy than
that of Mr. Williams, and although he
has been visiting tis for years his luugli-
maklng powers do not seem to be on tho
decline. Other mngnots who will netp
to make tho evening's enjoyment will be
JosleCoha.il, the refined dancer; Josephlno
Fcnton, the operatic soloist; jula cnace,
the character sketch artist; Cjcorge Co
han, the comic boy specialty artist; Jerry1
and Nellie Cohan and their dancing dolls;
Luhora Darcy, Ueorgle Briar, Julia Bar
ton and Ed YYIdeman, all artists of worth
and merit In their respective lines.
!l II H
Tho great Philadelphia success, "Tho
Princess Bonnie," Is to be presented In
this city by tho original company, in
cluding Frank Daniels und Eleunore
Mayo. It is the tnorougniy pure and
wholesomo churactcr of Mr. Spenser's
opera that appeals to the very best class
of people. From beginning to end there
Is not a word or suggestion In "ThVlTln
cess Bonnie" which could offend tht most
sensitive. The presentation In this city
will be complete In every sense of the
word. In fact it will be given in the same
handsome manner i'ns In Philadelphia.
"The Princess Bonnie" will be seen on
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at tho
Acedemy of Music.
ii ii :i
Bob Fltzslmmons, he champion mid
dleweight pugilist of the world, who, Is
now matched to light James J. Corbett,
will be seen at the Frothtnghum tomor
row night surrounded by his own com
pany of vaudeville artists, among whom
are Con Reardon, Little Flo Perry, How
ley and Doyle, Gordon and Lick, liar rem
und Forrest, John R. Harty, Joe Hard
man, Miss Nellie Fraiiklyn and William
At Davis' theater the beautiful comedy-drama
"Wild Rose" will be presented
today, tomorrow and Wednesday ufter
noon and night by Pauline Parker, the
charming comedienne, and the favorite
comedians, Kichurds and Thompson.
Tho public may confidently rest assured
that this charming play will be acceptably
presented, - . . .
' I! -II II .
The excellent satisfaction given by last
week's engagement of the "American
Pluyers" at the Frothlngham has in
duced Manager Lulne to secure a return
engagement for next January. Tlils com
pany Is managed by T. L. Dlggens, Well
known to Scrantonlans, and Includes such
capable persons as Joseph .Ransome,
Dora Vinton, Frank Harrington arid Miss
Well., who were all seen two years Ago In
Dan L. Hart's play, "Underground;" : , .,
" ' Mufclo Boxes Exclusively.
Best made.' Play any desired, number of
tunes. Oautschl. & Sons, manufacturers,
1030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestral organs, only $5 and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and Improved with new tunes,
HE HAS TOOBIT WIVES
Arthur E. La Bar Has One Here and
. Another in Hallstead.
NO. 2 HAS LEAKXEDTHE TKl'TH
She Paid a sil to iliis City Saturday and
.Made an Investigation Which Satis
fied tier of l a Bur's Du
plicity to Her.
Mrs. Arthur E. La Bar, nt Hallstead,
acconipu tiled by Mrs. Doherty, a lady
with whom she boards, paid a visit to
this city Saturday In search of evi
dence of a former marriage of Mrs.
1 La Bar's husband. They found it and
j Mrs. La Bar's emotion when she discov
I efed that her husband had another wife
'. living was distressing to behold. She
! raved and moaned and declared that
; she would shout the man Who had de
ceived and wronged her so cruelly.
Mrs. La Bar Is u. young woman of 21,
pretty uml Intelligent uud of a natural
ly conlldliig disposition. Her parents
are dead and site resided with n mar
ried sister at Hallstead. where three
years ago she met La Eur, whose homo
: Is at Munger's tannery, three miles
from Hallsteatl. Soon the two became
i Then La Bar came to Seranton, but
j continued at Intervals to pay court to
j Miss La liar. He obtained n position
here as u hostler and formed many ac
t'yualntaneos. Among those he became
I very Intimate with was Miss Beulali
: F. Vail, u young woman lrt years of
age, who resided on the West Side.
I.a Bur Takes I nto Himself a N lfc
Filially Lu Bar was asked to marry
I the young woman, mid when he refused
I u wiirrunt was Issued for his arrest,
j and on May ::, 192. lie was arraigned
, before Aldermtui De Long to answer a
; charge preferred by tho young ludy's
father. Thereupon La Bur decided to
; marry, . und at !) o'clock that nlt-'ht a
marriage license was obtained and Miss
Vail married to La Bur by Alderman
i De Long.
i Two'days later he deserted his young
I and, pretty bride and went west,
j Some time Inter he made his uppear
I mice at Hallstead again and obtained
't work on the Delaware. Lackawanna
and Western railroad as a brakemuu.
: He reviewed his attentions to the young
woman, who afterward became wife
No. 2, uud In July lust she consented
to elope with him to Bilighamton, where
they were married. They returned to
Hallstead und have since boarded ut
the house of Mrs. Doherty.
Souii after her marriage Mrs. I.aBnri
began to hear stories intimating that
her husband hud another wife living
and bout the same time she observed
that he paid frequent visits to this city.
She fought ngnlnst the feeling of dis
trust of her husband that was taking
possession of her, but It grew, ntid un
able to bear tho suspense any longer,
In the absence of her husbund, she
came to this city Saturday to ascertain
She Becomes Convinced.
After making many Inquiries about
the city oncerning LuBur, the lattor's
wife and Mrs. Doherty went to the
clerk of the- courts' office and there
upon the records found the evidence of
LaBar's previous marriage.
The young wife almost fainted when
she saw the words that convinced her
that she had been duped. She cried
and v screamed aloud that who would
arm herself with a revolver and kill the
man who had blighted her Hie by his
Nothing could Induce her, she said,
to live, for a moment under the sumo
roof as LaBar, and she left the court
house supported by Mrs. Doherty with
the tears atreaming down her cheeks.
Another I'wci of happiness had been
To All Whom it May Concern:
This is to udvlse nil persons that Re"se
& Long, bill posters, are not In the- employ
of the Frothlnglmm, neither do they have
any business transaction in any man
ner whatever with this house. The man
agement, return thanks to the many clii
zenS who have extended advertising priv
ileges to this theater and Invite uu exten
sion of the same. The advertising and
bill posting for the Frothlnghiim Mill
hereafter he conducted by ourselves.
J. H. LAIN E, Manager.
An experienced Fur manufacturer from
New Y'ork will be at our store for three
days .Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Nov. 12, IK and U Willi a representative
line from the largest Fur House In Amer
ica. This Is your opportunity for a t'nr
CONNOLLY & WALLACE.
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Satur
day, 2 p. in.
Plllsbury's Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,GuO barrels a day.
THE PRETTIEST ,
ORIGINATE III It K.
Our styles are always alieatl
of all others. This week we
raise the curtain upon a new
display of handsomely trini
iuecl and untrimmed Hats and
HASLACHER'S : MILLINERY
H. UNGFELD, SUCCESSOR.
324 Lackawanna Ave.
Blank and Miscellaneous Books,
Photograph and Scrap Albums,
Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold
Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ
- lug Tablets.
PRATT - STATIONARY STORE
312 Lackawanna Avenue.
"THE, BEST IS, AYE, THE
v TATI0XS OF AXD
,. .. A Grand Musical Trent.
in Tuesday evening. Nov. ISth IrwU: a
choir of forty voices will render the sored
cantata, "Bethany," nt Simpson Method
ist Episcopal church. No time or expense
has been spared In the preparation of
tho rendition of this beautiful work.
Tho choir will bo assisted by some wall
known artists of this city, and owing to
the thoroUKlmess of the conductor, Pro
fessor w. W. Jones. In drilling the sev
eral voices, the music loving people ef our
city will be assured a grand musical
Fur Capes from S! to iM. Every kind
of Fur represented. Special engagement
of a Now York niauul'iicturcr ul our
store on Nov. 12, i:i, uml H. Sopclal low
, CONNOLLY &WALLACH.
Annual commutation tickets for the use
of the Nay Aug Fulls and Klinhurst Bou
levard for driving purposes can be pro
cured at the ofliee of tlio treasurer, room
7, Coiniuomsealtli building. Price, ilD.
The Driving Puik
lots will be opened to the public some
day next week. Tho date will be given in
Tribune later. Best facilities ottered,
such as street railways. ga3 and water,
etc. Watch The Tribune for the dato of
There Is a
to know you can i-eplace
it at a niomeut's notice
such pieces as get broken.
You don't have to buy a
whole set, but can select
such pieces as you need.
We have one pattern in
La Belle China,
But you need not buy the
full set, if you don't need
it, thereby reducing the
price to suit your purse
WEICHEL 4 MILLAR
116 WYOMING AVENUE.
Because the Children Wear
Out lots of shoes, but drop in
and look at our ''Oil Dongohl"
shoes for niissea aud children,
And when the children are
wearing out shoes it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Again Out
Shoes Are Cheaper
Those Oil DOflfroln" are
the kind that have good soles,
throw off water and trive you
about hall more service for
your money than you usually
Lace or Button. Ladies
Shoes in the same quality.
YOUR SHOE MAN
410 Spruce Street. 1
LOSE A HAT
ON THE ELECTION
at 412 SPRUCE ST.
or 205 LACK A. AVE
Instruments In every sense of the term
8 auuiiea lo Pianos.
Exceptional In holding; their original ful
nesM or lone.
WAREHOUSE, No. 80
1115 Adams Ave.,'New Telephone Bdg
CHEAPEST." : AVOID
100 PIECES F0RS13
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
We want to show you
AlEN'S STRICTLY ALL
Colors, Grey, Black
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
50 Ladies' Beaver' Coats
worth $9.00, for
100 Children's Long Coats,
Avorth $10.00, for
WILL OFFER 4 SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK
100 Children's Eiderdown Coats trimmed with
Angora fur, worth $1.50. for
1 case Men's Natural Wool L'ndenvear, worth
75c, for - ' - - -'
Something New Every Week, See Show Windows.
Something nice for a C'hri.stuias (.tit't. Chains made out of your own or '.
some dear friend's hair. Leave orders as early as possible.
"ON THE FENCE."
Soon he over Hie fenson for riding. If
you want n Meyele now is the time to net
it. We nre clearing up nil sfoek, uml will
jilve you sueh u cflmnee us you never htd
Iwrore. one or our nai'KUins.
A l'lrst-cluss, Jlltfli Uraclu JS lllcyele
Itrlng your casn and ukt wv tiik
CLARENCE fl. FLOREY,
Successor lo Florey & Holt.
SEE THESE FOR LADIES.
Ladies' Fine Button Shoes -
Ladies' Fine Dougola, Opera Button,
Ladies' Fine Dongola, Phila. toe, patent leather tip,
SEE THESE FOR MEN
Men of good standing in this town arc
standing in our shoes: that's why they
"stand good" and walk w ith comfort.
Men's, Fine Buff Lace or
Congress, at - (
Men's Fine Satin :,Calf
Lace or Congress, at .
Men's Genuine Calf Lace
or Congress, at '
All Shapes of Toes." ,
137 AND 139
and Oxford. Mixed.
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
iu black aud blue,
from 6 to 12 years,
230 Lacka. Ave
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We arc now dolntf u neutral Drug, Faint
and Oil huslness ut tho above location,
flurliiK the erection of our tor tiultdtnc
recently destroyed by lire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
OUR TELEPHONE CALL, 'NO. J2S.
All orders promptly filled and delivered tg
any part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE,
Duu't spcntl more lunucv than vou
011 g lit to.
That means: Come here ff .yoiiC
We prepared an immense stuck
of title Fall Footwear, from which .
every member of the fam'ly can be
While worthy styles and reliable
makes alone are represented, never
theless this fall the feet of men and
women, boys and girls, Is tripping
to the merry jingle of cheapness.
AND SHOE HOUSE
PENN AVENUE. ,
S. L GALLEty
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