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'HIE SCRAKTON Till BUNE THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER '20, 19. 4
NORTON'S BULLETIN The London Illustrated Papers with their usual very rich contents and numerous beautiful colored supplements for the Christmas Holidays are now ready with us. We receive subscriptions for all periodicals published at the publisher's prices. Now is a good time to begin. Pocket Diaries for 1807, Also Office Daily Journals, in large variety. Select your book now while the assortment is full. At NORTON'S, 322 Lackawanna Ave. Shavings The use of Shavings for bedding lor horses or cows is uot New But put up like straw In Small Bales Is something new. Cheaper Than Straw, Cleaner Than Straw, Better Than Straw. We keep it. I ILL CO,, SCRANTQN, OLYPHANT, CARBONDALE. ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT FAIN EXTRACTION OF TEETH WITH ANAES'THENE." FINEST DEN TAL. WORK IN THE CITY. DRS. HENWOOD & WARDELL 3:6 LACKAWANN1 AVE. rEUSOXAL, MAJOR T. F. TEXMAX. Amontr the TMilltlcil rossIs tho nnmp of Major T. K. K-niiian is finiuently linked with thf Internal revi'iiue t-ullei'torliii of this district. Major Hi-nmiin was col lector under 1 'resilient Harrison ami his business-like mumtKement of the affairs of the otlleo commended him to the favor of every one who had any kind of busi ness relations with the revenue tleiart ment. Though still a yomiK man ho Is u conspicuous IIkuiu In political circles In this part of the stale and is at present treasurer of tho Republicun, county com mittee. A. Nile8, of Carbondale, was hero yes terday. O. U Myers, of Philadelphia, was in the city. Miss Mary WaRonhorst, of Lehigh Glen, is visiting Scranton friends. Harry Arnold, of Ilaltimore, Is paying a business visit to this city. Miss Susie Ponly. of Hlngliamton, N. Y., is VlsltlUK friends in the cily. K. V. Mucklow, of Iloyle & Mucklow, will snond loilay In Oswego, N. Y. William Dewey, of I'lttston, was cn EaKed on business hero yesterday. Mrs. J. Josephine has returned from a four-weeks' visit with friends ut l'ater. i-oii. N. J. .Miss Ornen Connolly, of Wyoming ave nue, has returned from a two weeks' visit In New York. Attorneys C. P. O'Malley ami John R. Kdwurds no lo Hhlllipsbius, Center coun ty, today on business. Mrs. John Klrliy and datiRhter. Miss Jo sephine Kiiby, are sueiidini; a few days with relatives In New York city. ' Mrs. Kate Karr Kenton, of Wilkes-Rarre, Is visitiiiK her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1M wnrd Karr. of West l,arkiivunnu avenue. lieorKe Taylor, formerly buyer for Foot Shear, lias ueeepled a position as trav eling salesman for Russell & Irvlnx, hard ware manufacturers of Nw York. Mr. Taylor's territory will he through Norlh ern Pennsylvania and Southern New York. James I. ld'-kson has returned from T'hiladclphla, where he presented to the Ktate Hoard of Charities the urgent ne. d of recommending to the legislature Mi appropriation of tVi.inf) for the erection of n lire-proof chllrlren's ward ut the Lack awanna hosuitul. ASSOCIATE BOARDS OF HEALTH. Will Hold 11 Convention in This City 011 Doc. 8. The seml-nnnunl convention of the Associated Hoards of Health of Lack awanna county will be hold In the board of health rooms, Scranton. on Tuesday afternoon and evenimr, Dec. 81 h, comment-Ins at 2 and 7 o'clock re spectively. The main object of the mpetlne will tie to discuss the best methods of car rying out sanitary lawn of the state, and to consider in what direction It would be best to suggest n mended lo. Ishition so as to enforce existing laws. Invitations have been sent to state tepresentatlveg-elect, city and borough coi-nrllnien nnd school controllers of Lackawanna and Luzerne counties to attend the meeting and Join the dis cussions. The following: Is a partlul list of those who will read papers upon subjects per taining to health and sanitation: Dr. Lewis H. Taylor, Wllkes-Uarre; Dr. Charles K Knapp, Wyoming; Dr. J. C. Hi.teson, Klmhurst; A. H. Dunning, Scranton: W H. Sadler, Scranton. It Is expected that this will be a very Interesting an well aa a very Important meeting. HE WESTON M 1. Cogjing. 2, Sweeney, TODAY'S BATTLE ON THE GRIDIRON Scranton and Wyoming Seminary Teams to Meet This Afternoon. SOMETHING ABOUT THE PLAYERS Advance Uunrd of the Scmimiriniis Who Arrived in tho City Yesterday Had Money to llet nud round Mo Dilliculty iu Ucttlng TukirsVny in W hirh the Two Teams Will Line Vp Todit). The lnrgpst crowd that has ever at tended a loot ball game in this city it is expected will witness the Scrnn-ton-Wyominir game ut tho Uasu Hall park, this afternoon. The game will be called promptly ut 3 o'clock, so ns to allow every one to get home to an cnrly ThnnksgiviiiB dinner. The gumo will no doubt be over by 4.4r p. m. The Traction company will have a large number of extra trolley cms on hand to carry the crowd home without any delay. The Wyoming eleven nnd substitutes will nrrive in this city at ! o'clock nnd go directly to the Westminster hotel, where they will have their headquar ters. A few students came up x'roin Kingston yesterday afternoon nnd caused a little excitement around the hotel by offering to back their team to win. Their money was gobbled up so quickly by Scranton men that It caused the Wyoming lads to open their eyes nnd wonder whether they had Mich an open und shut circle. After th s there wi- no money in sight nnd those who wished to lay their money on Scranton were com pelled to put their money back in their pockets nnd wait for the- main body of the students to arrive this morn ing. The betting Is slightly in favor of Scranton, but the Luzernltes nro w illing to bet any old kind of money that their team will succeed in scor ing. Jtepnrts from Kingston nro to the effect that. Wyoming Is In excellent condition nnd that they have a number of new plays which they expect to spring on Scranton this afternoon. The team has lined up against the scrub every day this week and their new ljncks are working together like a machine. The whole team went down to New York to witness the IMinceton Yale game and when they returned home, they nil claim that the experi ence has done them a world of good. SCRANTON PLAYKHS RESTINO. The Scranton team have been taking a rest for the pnst two days, from their practice, but yesterday they were out In uniforms and went through their signals for the lust time. The team lines up quickly and the Interlercnce moves smoothly nnd cleanly. The men all hav a healthy appearance and us there are no cripples on tho team, they ought to play a good hard game. Th team Is slightly below the heavy Sem inary team. Lut as the men are all old players with plenty of experience, no tear Is felt on this point. In all prob ability the teams will line up as fol lows: Scranten. Wyoming. Medoiildrick ....left end Kol,rtMiii CokrIiis left tackle Mi.-Het II Sweeney left guard luhimon Cleveland center lohti-toti .ang light guard Decker Allen rlyht tackle Fletcher leeker right end Taylor Walsh quarter back Jendall Thaver left half back .FeiiBtormaeher l'o r rli?ht half back ....Hurt Steele roll back Smith Kxccllent arrangements have been made for handling the crowd both at the game und after It is over. At the grounds no one will be allowed Inside the ropes or fence, hence there will be nothing to obstruct the view of those in the grand stand and bleachers. The following about the Scranton players will be of Interest: Cleveland is 5 feet 11 inches In height Will You Catch On? We Place On Sale FOR THIS WEEK 300 pair Men's Best Made Calf, double soles Shoes, formerly sold at $4.00 a pair, 11 HM All styles and every pair warranted. SCHANK 5 SPENCER. , 410 SpruceS treat. Members of the Scranton Eleven. S. Al en. 4. Clevcluud. 5. Wnlsll 6. Leonard. T. Pojncr, 8. Schluipa. and weighs 210 pounds. He has played on the Scranton team for live years, originally coming from the Wyoming Seminary eleven. Zang is 5 feet III Inches in height and weighs IMS pounds. In the Scrniitiui rennsylvanla krunie last year, it was the opinion of many that he outplayed Wiley Woodruff. Sweeney is fi feet 10 Inches In height nnd weighs 200 pounds. This is Ills lirst year on the gridiron, but he pluys a very good game. Allen Is u feet 11 Inches In holght and weighs lx" pounds, nnd plays an excel lent game on the defensive. He has played six years on the eleven. THE OTHER PLAYERS. Cogglns Is f feet 10 inches high nnd weighs ls" pounds. He has played two years on the regular team. Ueckcr, captain and right end. Is 5 fe.t 8 inches in height and weighs ltio pounds, lie has played six years ut quarter bnck and end, and as a de fensive player has no equal on the team. JlctSouldiiok Is 6 feet 11 Inches nnd weighs 1j pounds. He Is the best end runner on the eleven and a hard man to slop. Owen Walsh is S feet 7 Inches high and weighs l.'Ai pounds. This Is his sec ond year nt quarter and third on the gridiron. Much of the team's success Is due to his able interference. He Bel doiu fumbles the ball. Thayer Is 5 feet 10 Inches high and weighs K18 pounds. This Is his fourth year on the eleven, playing at end, half back und full back. l'osner Is 5 feet 10 Inches high and weighs 175 pounds. Ho Is without ex ception the surest ground gainer on the team. (iclbert Is 5 feet 4 Inches high and weighs IDS pounds, and Is the smallest man on the team. He is a hard run ner and smashes Interference well. Foster Is C feet 10 Inches high nnd weighs 1.14 pounds. He Is a very fast limn and dodges like a demon. He fol lows interference Well. Schlmpff, left end. Is 5 feet 10 Inches high and weighs 150 pounds. He Is an old Wesleyan player, and Is playing for the lirst time on the Scranton eleven. Steele Is S feet 8 Inches high nnd weighs 155 pounds. This is his lirst year with the eleven und he is making a very good showing. Levy is & feet 7 Inches high and weighs 1C0 pounds. WYOMING'S PLAYERS. The history In brief of the men who will defend Wyoming Seminary's col ors today Is as follows: lilchnrd CJeiidall, 'U7, of Jermyn. leads the blut? and white stockinged warriors this year. He has played quarterback on the tentn for two years, Is active and weighs Its pounds, stands 5 feet 7 inches In height, and is i'l years of uge. Hurry Smith, full back, ".18, of Wilkes Harre, played last year against Scran ton, and his line bucking was notice able, lie Is 2U years old, weighs 105 pounds and stands 5 feet lu'i inches in height. "Itiink" Iirailshaw, "97, Is a new man, but has developed wonderfully at right half back, lie hits the line hard and low ami Is very quick on his feet. He Is 21 years of nge, I! feet 2 inches in height, und weighs 1S pounds. Coach Fenstermaeher plays left half back and is n star, having played that position for three years on the Lafay ette 'varsity tenm. He Is a lleet sprint er, dodg.s well and understands foot ball. He is 2." years of age, 5 feet 6 Inches In height, nnd weighs 152 pounds. Oald Robertson, '!'S. right end. of Mooslc, is a sure tackier, and gets down the field quick on punts nnd tackles hard and low. Ho is 20 years old. weighs 1(15 pounds and Is 5 feet 9 Indies In height. "Doggy" Taylor, '99, left end. Is a good, ground gainer, gets down thu Held quick on kicks and is an experi enced player, having played on th Mlddletown, Conn., Athletic C'luh team, lie Is 111 years of age, weighs l;l!l pounds and is 5 feet S Inches In height. "Jerry" Fletcher, 'ii'i. the fierce left tackle. Is n Spaniard, and plays good, Imrd foot ball nil the time. He is a good tackier, weighs 15? pounds. 5 feet 9 inches In height and is 2S years old. GIANT ItRillT TACKLE. "Reef" McDelinott. '97, the giant right tackle, is one of the best tackles In the preparatory schools of the coun try, lie Is very active for his weight, is u hard, low tackier, and played horse wilh lutes, the Lafayette left tackle. He Is I! feet 2 Inches in height and weighs 197 pounds, and is IS years of Uge. "Silent" Johnson, '99, the wiry left guard, is playing his Hist season of foot ball, and is doing excellently for u beginner. He jdavd a good ganw against Khinehart, the giant Lafayette num. He weighs 179 pounds, is 22 vears of age, und is 5 feet 11 inches in height. "I'olly" Johnson, '9S. the center, has played for three years on the Wyoming team, und can always be relied upon to pass the bull back accurately. He is 21 years of age, weighs ITS pounds, and is 5 feet II Inches in height. Manager pecker, right guard. Is next In size to MclVruiott. He plays a Hard, aggressive game, and Is very active. He weighs 'M pounds. Is U feet In height ami is 22 years of nge. MclnhlU. Hurt. Illnkeslee nnd Lnmh ate the stocky subs who are ready to Jump in the giants' (daces If they are hurt. The Seminary boys have trained right hard for this game and all will see a death like buttle for the wreath of victory. THE KOEHLER HEARING. It Will Take I'lncc This Afternoon Melon Alderman Miliar. Max Koehler, who shot an Hungarian In Prlceburg Sunday night, will have a hearin? thin afternoon at 4 o'clock before Alderman Millar. County De tective Leyshon has subpoenaed the witnesses to be present. Attorney George 8. Horp held a con sultation with Koehler yo.erday. The contention will be that the shot was fired In self-defense. . l ev! Id. D liilbrldo. HERE IS TRULY AN AFFLICTED TOWN Winton Has Two District School Boards la Active Operation. VERY MICH MIXED U? MUDDLE Judge Archbtiltl Heard Ilia Conten tion ol'lhe Opposing Hoards Vcs-tcrduy-Tlic Trouble (ircw Out of the liviilin of the First Ward Im mediately Preceding l.lcction and Alter Nomination Papers Had liecii Tiled. The very much complicated Winton borough school board muddle had an lilting hi fore Judge Archbald yester day. Tin; healing was in the shape of a case slated under quo warranto pro ceedings brought by the McAndrew board against the llarrelt board. The McAndrew board hus as its mem bership Jiinies P. McAndrew, 11. J. Cuiumiugs, J. H. Schuerr. John Ward and Kilgene Taylor. The llarrelt hoard is composed of John F. Ilarrett, Wil liuin Judge, John F. Donnelly und Harry Fletcher. Hoth are presuming to do the business of the sch.iul dis trict ami UK a consequence there is no end of bother In Winton. Owing to the ditlictiltv tin- schools were kept closed UliLil the second week ill October, when the McAndrew board succeeded ill or ganizing it corps of teachers und Bet ting the schools started. The trouble Is that there are ten men acting as school controllers, wheu there should be only nine. Tliw disputed place Is the one contended for by Harry Fletcher and Eugene Taylor, of the First ward. Each went into the organ ization of the board, claiming he was lightly entitled to the place. The Mc Andrew faction c.-qii Uiied Hie cause of Taylor and the IJanelt people adopted Fletcher. As there was a deadlock four to four there was nothing to do but disrupt, and disrupt they did. lilvul boards were set up, each effected a sep uiate organization und each proceeded to transact business, claiming to have u duly constituted majority five out of nine. CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE. The Taylor-Fletcher misunderstand ing grows out of the fact that tho nomination papers were Hied before court divided their ward, the First. While the decree of court lixed thu term of election as three years, Mr. Fletcher, who ran on the citizens' ticket, neglected to have his nomina tion papers changed so as to conform with thu order of court, and us a re sult he was nominated for two years, und so voted for, the countv commis sions printing his name on the ballots with the words "for two years" fol lowing It, it having been celilllcd to them in this manner. Just here the trouble came. Fletcher defeated Taylor by two voles. Taylor, however, was nominated for three years and on the ballot the words "for three years" followed his name. He, there fore, contended that he was elected as he was the only candidate for the olllce, us there was no such ollice as "control ler for two veai'S,' to which Fletcher uspircd. Now the McAndrew people bring ac tion to compel the Ilarrett people to show cause why they continue to tict us the school board. Hon. T. V. Pow dcrly and City Solicitor James H. Tor- ley represent me McAndrew board, or the relators, 11s they are titled in the proceedings, CT7! Hon. Charles I. O'Malley is attorney for the Ilarrett hoard, called the respondents. They ugreed upon the facts of the case and yesterday uixued from their different standpoints betore Judge Archbald in chambers. HA1JKETT HOAKH'3 CONTENTION. The restio.idi'Pls contend thai the Ilarrett board was legally orgunizi 1 imismuen us tliey nave a cerlilieiil of Fletcher's election from tile Inspector nnd overseer of elect ion, and further more their organization was effected by n majority of the hold-over mem bers. Tlie McAndrew board's attorneys held that this certificate Fletcher pre sented was not conclusive evidence of his election, nnd that their man, Tay lor, being the only man elected for three years (the only vacancy occur ing) he is rightfullv entitled to repre sent the ward and the board which udopted him us the only legally organ ized board. LAWRENCE TRESPASS CASE. Application lorn Non Suit .Hade Hy Ti action Company. Judge riunrter Is now considering a motion for a nonsuit in the case of Al lan Lawrence against the Scranton Traction eomnany. The taking of tes timony began nt the openinir of court yesterday morning und continued un til 3 o'clock In the afternoon, when the plalntlfTs side rested and the motion for a nonsuit was made. Captain George Thompson testified that the car which killed little Menft Lawrence was going at the rate of eight or ten miles an hour. After striking tho boy It pro ceeded the width of olive street and the length of the car before It came to a stop. H. A. lirownlng testified to about the same facts. The sensation of the day was the tes timony of Kichard (island, who swore that he timed the car und from his calculation was ready to swear that It was going nt the rate of twenty-two miles an hour. Mrs. Lizzie Locke, who witnessed the accident, said that when thu boy wits about to cross the tracks, he stumbled, but picking himself up quickly dart ed across the tracks only about four feet In front of the car which was com ing; towards him. The car struck tlM boy and roil-d him along for a dHtanci? of m arly hixiy-live feet. To prove tliut there was iu contribu tory negligence on the part of the par ents, Mrs. Kouton and .Mrs. Lawience stated that the child was in the custody of Mis. ltouton and was playlm; with Mrs. Louton's child pi the yunl. the gates of which were kept tied. During a moment when Mr. Lawrence was culled away from th- window where she sat at work wulchius the little, ones ut play, the two lads managed to get out on th" street. M. It. Kohiistamtii. Mr. Fiynn nnd J. W. (luernsiy went on the stand to Us tify as to what a boy would be worth to his pr.rents in th-' seventeen years between the age of 4 nn l the ti ic he would leach his majority. Mr. Kohn stamm figured It out at $:i,940. Mr. Flynn thought tM.OOO would be a fair ligure nnd Mr. Guernsey belie ved $3,10') would he u proper estimate.. At this juncture the Jiuy was ex cused until Friday morning and Mr. Hand and Major Warren for the dcfi nd ant company contended that there was no negligence shown on the part of the company. Messrs. Scrnpg and Vosbuig maj - brief aigunienfs against the mo tion. Judge linmii r ii'inminced that in- would lender hl.i derision Fitday morning. In tlie ca-e of Mathais Sowka against Micella Snyter for the reeoveiy of live feet of S.ui'h Side land, th-; jury came In yesterday with a verdict for the de ft ndant. RAILROAD NOTES. Tin-re will be a b'.-.r union railroad meeting in Carbondale next Sunday under the auspices of the Delaware and Hudson men of that place. The organization re:uescnted will be the l'.lotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the lirotheihood of Locomotive Fire men. Order of Railway Conductors, I'lotherhood of Hallway Trainmen, llrotheiiiooil of Hallway Telegraphers, the Switchmen's union anil the lirolli erhood of It.-iliroad liiakemeii. Efforts are being made to have Chief En gineer Arthur. Grand Master Sergeant, of the Firemen's I'.rol Inrhood, and Grand Master Wilkinson, of th-.; Trainmen's lirotherhood, present. Three meetings will be held at the Opera hou.'.'e. Secret sessions will be held at 10 a. in. and 7 p. m., nnd u public meetli-g at 2 p. ni. Special trains will be run on all roads entering Car bomlalo for the accommodation of the railroadmen who wish to attend tho meeting. A large delegation of Dela ware, Lackawanna und Western men and Delaware and Hudson employes from Green ltid:;e will attend. There has ben much dilliculty In getting In working ordir the Halls' electric block systt m between Fair view nnd Wilkes-llarre. From Fulr vlew cast the system Is very successful. A peculiarity of the system la that whenever from any cause they get out of order they are always thrown to dan ger. In other words, whenever the electric circuit is broken the blocks show the danger signals. Some time ugo a train west bound Jumped the track near Hear Creek Junction nnd was thrown over on the east hound track. The danger signal for the block was at once thrown and a passenger train thnt was about due on the eiiBt bound track was prevented from crashing Into tho wreck. Hear end col lisions, which were of frequent occur rence prior to the establishment of this system, now never uccur. Wilkes Harre Kecord. COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES. City Solicitor James II. Torrcy yes terday applied to court for the ap pointment of viewers for tho late.il sewer on Wyoming avenue In the Four teenth sewer district. Edward Hoderlck. recently re-appointed mine Inspector for the First Anthracite district, yesterday sub scribed to the oath of olllce betore Charles Heu.ster, recorder of deeds. In the estate of William Conner, late of Scranton, letters of administration were yesterday issued to Anna E. Con ner. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. 25c. TVe have an open stock pat tern of Lnughlin Semi-Vitreous China, of which you can select such pieces ns you wish, or buy a 100-piece set for $15.00. It Is not a print, but painted in three colors, full gold. We stake our reputation on these goods. They will positively never craze. You can match it at any time. LAMPS, ONYX-TOP TABLES, SILVERWARE, ETC. A HALL, MILLAR & PECK, 131 Wyoming Avenue. Walk in and look around. EXAMINED FREE, You can snve money by buying specta cles of Silvcrstone, the eye specialist, at 309 Luckuwanna avenue, onely one llln'ht over the Lehigh Valley ticket oflkc. The following prices will satisfy you that they are the cheapest In the city: Build gold rimmed spectacles nt $.1.50 per pair; tilled bows nt nlckle bows from K0e. to JI.50; ulumlnam bows from 75c. to $2.00; colored glasses from 25c. to $1.25. We have a largo line of reading glasses, the best In tho market, at 25c. per pair. Opera and mag nifying glasses nt reduced prices. Of fice hours, 8 a. m, to 12m.; 1 to 6 p. m. Remember that your eyes will be exam ined free and satisfaction Is guaranteed. THE KEELEY CURE Why let your home and builncm be daitrny ed thronik tron drink or morphia, when f ou tan be eared in foar week at thci Kwlay natitute, 79 Mndlaon btmiii. Rcraaton, P. tkt Car Will Bear UvMUgatlM. Today's Good Things. Little bits rklal here and there. Things that shnuld be bought to day. The lots are little ami the prices are "no auick" prices, but prompt comers will be in time to Miure. 1 ue reason ror tlie tuning r Well, to tell the truth, it's just to get you in the store anJ prove to you that it pays to read these ads. We'll try to have something special every day for bargain-seeking ad rertisement readers. Here's to day's "good things": Nllt Pick GU.T them in time sets r. Tu,rkcy U:,y- W in; h m e a n s you'd best come buying today, be- tore tney re gone u picis ano a crack, 25c. Child's Silver-plated Child's Sets t-s n'' imJ spoon in a satin lined lined box. Buy them now for baby's Christmas tree. Somebody lost money making these. Mated on steel. Sets that ouc.lit to sell lor a uuartcr. t gross go today lor a dime, 10c. Here's another: A fifty cent set il everybody had their ordi nary profit. 1 gross go today at i'X a set. And another : A plated child's set that would find many buyers at 7. We'll be surprised if they last the day out at a quar ter 25c a set. last and best A truly Rood set, good enough lor anybody's dollar. Knife plates on the best ot steel, l-ork and spoon on white metal, i gross go today at 35c a set. "Rogers" Seconds, to be Teaspoons sure- But don't ask us to point the flaws. We strongly suspect that the maker himself comun't find 'em. 50 sets go on sale today at 65c a set. A trifle over 10c each for genuine "Rogers" teaspoons. Lamp and rass and Onyx Shade LamP real oliyx pillar 6 inches high. Round burner, fully war ranted. On this we put an 18 inch all silk snade and sell the few we've left for 2.90. Five dollars' worth of hrinp in anybody's land. Lamp ami Shade for $2.90. Brush and Another lot Comb Trays -tlle la uof J them we II be able to get. We ordered all the importer had and here they are few, indeed, for so many wanters 7; cents worth of real china brush and comb tray for 29c, Only 7 a-3 dozen in the lot. REXFORD'S 303 Lacka. Ave. Come to FOn ALL Newspapers, Magazines, and Story Papers, Main Stand, - 103 Wyoming Avenue Branch Stand, - - 503 Linden Street lit trout ot Turkisli tiutna. ALWAYS OPEN. ESTABLISHED THIRTY YEARS. NOW IN OUR NEW STORE, 130 WYOMING AVENUE Coal Exchange, Opp, Hotel Jermyn. We hnvo tun flneitt store and most complete stock in all this section, cf WATCHES, FINZ JEWELRY, DISRIONOS, STERLING SILVER WARE, STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES, RICH CUT GLASS, CLOCK;, ETC. Out Prices arc nlway; bottom. If you Itavc not seen us in our new store it will pay you to call. 1 GUT SHIP IN Has been predicted all through the season fust past. THIS IS THti WAY HL'AiBEttS HAVE BUEN REIiUCED. 'o6 Price. '07 Price. Roadster, $110.00 $115.00 Tourist, 112.50 117.59 Lady Kumber. 117.50 122.50 Racer, 125.00 150.00 Prices nccin high, but then you know it's UU.UGLK QUALITY. EMM S SOLOMON IP.CERE1 fl CONNELL If CHASE & FARRAR 515 Llndsn tat. I We offer, about 50 Boys 3-picce Suits, (short pants), sizes 12 to 16 years, at al most nothing. These Suits are heavy weight, uice mixtures, and formerly sold for $7.00, $8.00 and $10.00. Choice for $5.00 EACH Our Store Closed All Day THANKSGIVING. 416 LACKAWANNA AVENU1 A.E. ROGERS' Jewelry Store 213 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 'e liavi nearly completed our Holiday Stock and arc now prepared to offer as fine an assortment of JEWELRY, CLOCKS, WATCHES, CUT GLAS?, ART POTTERY, BdlC-A-BRAC, SILVER WAR-, LAMPS, PLATED WARE, as can be found anywhere. Look at our $10.00 Gold Watches, warranted 15 years. Heautifiil Banquet Lamp and Laree S;lk Shade, At $1.45 Kofjcrs' Triple PlatcJ Knives and Forks arc line, At $3.00 21 3 Lackawanna Avenue. Clothiers, IMermisfifira W 1 Be IS III THIELE School of Music, 520 Spruce St Mrs. Katharine Thiele, Voice Training, Solo Singing Ernest Thiele, Violin, Piano, 'Cello ensemble. Both teachers at celebrated Scharwcnka Conservatory, New York. Also other competent teachers en caned. Mr. Thiclo Is the successor to the late HERR KOPFF.