THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNINGr, MAY Ufl, 1897.
Our Oxford sale meets
with ready appreciation.
And no wonder. The Vici
Kid Shoes for ladies, at
about half price, were
bound to find favor. The
manufacturer has stood
the loss. We stand the
expense of selling.
That's why $2.50 Oxford
are here for
To Inauvo publication In this paper,
volunteered communications of a con
troversial character MUST BB
SIGNED FOR PUBLICATION by the
writer's true name. To this Just rule
we cannot hereafter malto exception.
Base Ball today. Spring
field vs Scranton at 3.45.
Admission 25 cents.
Joseph Bolotta was yesterday appoint
ed deputy constable of the Third ward of
The Enterprise Social club will glvo a
select May social nt tho Excelsior hall,
Wyoming avenue, Thursday evening, May
At St. Luke's church, Holy Thursday
(Ascension Day), will be obrerved with
celebrations of Holy Communion nt 7 a.
m. and 10 a. in.
William Shears, of Dunmore, and Sarah
Dyson, of Scranton; Joseph Mathews, 01
Greensboro, and Electa Smith, of Ureen
town, Pike county, were granted mar
riage licenses yesterday.
Peyton Taylor, tho nesro who JumpeJ
elxtcen foot from a window In Aldermun
Howe's otllee .Monday afternoon, was ar
raigned yesterday and was sent to the
.county Jail for thirty days.
There will be an Ice cream festival this
evening In St. Paul's church pailora,
Green Ridge, tho proceeds- to bo devoted
to the parish poor. It will bo given by
tho St. Vincent do Paul society.
An amicable action in ejectment to es
tablish title to a lot of land In Olyphant
was yesterday begun between Matilda
Js'eeley and D. G. Jones, assignee, as
plaintiffs, and W. II. Campbell, as defend
ant. A man named Ipo, of Mlnooka, and his
three motherless children, 8, 5 and 3 years
old, were sent to Philadelphia yesterday
by tho Scranton Associated Charities.
They will bo chaises of tho poor authori
ties In Philadelphia, from whence they
camo to this city. Igo was unable to pay
rent here. His few household goods were
sold and ho was turned out of doors.
Charles Brown, a colored man, was a
prisoner before Alderman Millar yester
day morning charged with following
Georgo Thompson, another colored man,
with a knife. The chase was in Jackson's
pool "parlors" on Penn avenuo Monday
night. Drown and Thompson got Into a
game of pool and afterward Into a quar
rel. Thompson picked up a cuo and
threatened to strike Brown, whereupon
the iattcr chased him with a knlfo in his
hand. Brown entered bail, but the caso
was afterward settled.
HORNEY BORROWED TWO DOLLARS.
Then He Adopted n New Method of
George Horney, of Marshwood, was
liefore Alderman Millar yesterday af
ternoon on a charge of obtaining money
under false pretenses and assault and
battery. Mrs. Mary Thomas, also of
Marshwood, was the prosecutrix. From
the testimony given at the hearing It
appears that last April Horney bor
rowed $2 from Mrs. Thomas. Last Sat
urday she demanded payment and It
Mrs. Thomas was angry and In leav
ing Horney'a house she slammed the
door with such right good will that a
small mirror was Jarred from a shelf
and broken. The mirror was worth
about 25 cents, but Horney fixed Its
value at $20, and had Mrs. Thomas
arraigned before Justice of the Peace
Cummlngs on a charge of malicious
mischief. She was held In $500 ball
for her appearance at court.
Saturday night Mrs. Thomas went
to Harney's house and offered to re
place the broken glass, Horney put her
out of the house and assaulted her.
He was required by Alderman Millar
to furnish ball on both charges for
his appearance at court.
LOCAL WHEEL WHIRLS.
This weather has a chilling effect on the
ardor of tho cyclift.
Local racing men are anxiously await
ing tho Wllkes-Barre races, which occur
on Saturday. It will be the first '97 meet
in t:us reelon.
Tho Orson nidge Wheelmen vlll hold a
frmoker tomorrow oventng, This will be
tho first social event under the care of
the new social committee, of which Ho
bart Hayden Is chairman.
Scranton racing men have made many
changes In their mounts this season.
Coleman will ride an "Olive;" Marsh a
"Stearns;" Strong a "Sterling;" Greg
ory, Keller and Koons the "Spalding,"
whllo Whlto will do his work on a home
made wheel, "The Barker."
A large crowd of enthusiasts will go
down to Wllkes-Uarre on the noon train
Saturday to attend the cycle races.
Tho '97 National meet at Philadelphia
will no doubt attract many wheel advo
rates from this section on account of Its
proximity. In the past many wheelmen
hereabouts who have been provented from
unending any of these great annual
round-ups on account of the expense.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
I SCHANK ft SPENCER, I
I 410 SPRUCE STREET. 1
EVENTS OF THE DAY
IN THE COURTS
Dispute Over Title to Sell Land
WHAT MRS. LALLY WANTS DONE
Asks Court to Itoslrnln Mrs. Martin
from .SctlhicMlio Properly niulWti nt
tlio Deed Hoformcil--Tlio Turnpike
Cnsc--IIrui(llcy rxecutors Allowed
to HorrowClty Solicitor Torrcy's
Action with Itcibrcnco to the Lu
zerne Street Dnmnce Cnsus.
The case of Prank Wheeler npalnst
John and Catherine McAndrewB was
concluded at 2.30 o'clock yeRterdny nf
ternoon and Judgo Archbald then called
up the case of Mary Lally against Mnry
Moran and her husband, Frank Moran.
This case comes from Old Forge and
grows out of a dispute over the own
ership of a lot of land on William
street, In Smlthfleld. The plaintiff al
leges that she and Mrs. Mornn bought
the land Jointly for J1G0, each paying
one-half the purchase money. It was
agreed that they should Improve It and
Jointly enjoy the results.
Mrs. Lally looked after the securing
of tenants and collecting of rents from
18S7 the time of the purchase, until Jan
uary 1, 1890, when It Is alleged the de
fendants, by fraud and collusion, In
duced the tenants to pay the rent to
thni, and since then Mrs. Lally has re
ceived no returns from the property.
She now asks court to restrain the de
fendants from selling the property ns
she alleges they contemplate and com
pel them to reform the deed which they
hold so that It will acknowledge her
"WAS ONLY AN AGENT.
The defendants-aver that the parol
agreement which Mrs. Lally alleges
never took place and that the only In
terest she ever had In the property
was as an agent to look after the rents.
Attorneys C. Comegys and John II.
Honner represent Mrs. Lally and Attor
neys I. H. Burns and M. J. Donahoe ap
pear for the Morans.
The attorneys for the Providence
and Ablngton Turnpike company made
a motion In open court yesterday to
quash the proceedings recently brought
to condemn the road and free It from
(jJv--"vkk: Ar-LV 1
tolls. The motion was based on the al
legation that similar proceedings Insti
tuted seven years ago have never been
finally disposed of. Friday morning at
9 o'clock was fixed as the time for hear
No one having appeared In response
to tho citation issued April 29, last, to
oppose the motion to mortgage tho Wy
oming House property, Judge Archbald
handed down a decree yesterday allow
ing the executors of the Handley estate
to borrow $125,000 as requested. This,
as Is generally known, Is to be applied
to the removal of the present build
ing and erection of a large department
In the case of Patrick Kennedy
against the Scranton Traction company
Judgment for $1,000, with stay of Inter
est for one year was yesterday entered
by agreement. Kennedy was Injured
by being thrown oft a Luzerne street
car and at the last term of common
pleas recovered a verdict for damages
to that amount.
LUZERNE STREET CASES.
City Solicitor James H. Torrey yes
terday Instituted proceedings to quash
twenty-thiee damage suits brought
against th'e city Uy Luzerno street
The suits grew out of the grading of
Luzerne street. Mr. Torrey's ground
for the motion to quash Is that none
of the parties appeared before the
viewers to claim damages and conse
quently are stopped from seeking to re
Those against whom the proceedings
are directed are: James Feeney, Brid
get Gallagher, Catherine Lamb, Mar
tin Carroll, W. W. Van Dyke, llrldget
Neary, Kate Naughton, Peter Cleary,
Nicholas Bush, Dr. E. A. Hecrmans,
Btldget McNichols, Robert Armstrong,
P. J. Glancy, Oeorge Sweltzer, Hubert
McHale, Mike Burson, Jeremiah Davis,
Anthony McNulty, Michael Burke, Pat
rick Ralney, Margaret Cawley, John
McIIugh, John Hopkins and William
MM -H--H- -H-f -H-H-H-t-H-
And What It Will Buy.
Corn Starch, pkg 3ijc,
Qloss Starch 3',c.
Electrlo Starch, pkg. ', 5c.
Diamond Starch, pkg ,5c.
Banner Soap 2V4c.
I.lvo Oak Soap -, lic
Itlce. lb 3V&0.
Milk Cra:kers, fresh, lb 5c,
Lemon Cakes, fresh 5c.
Molasses Cakes, fresh 5c.
Nle-Nacs, fresh 3s,
MoltMcs, beat N, O,, gall 25c.
Table Syrup, best, gall 23e.
Vinegar, pure, elder, gall 12e.
Parlor Matches, doz. boxes Site
O-ld Dust Corn Meal, lb njc.
Itolled Oats, lb jc.
Oat Meal, lb ,.SWc
Don't pay big prices for your
goods. You don't have to at
THE ECltANTON CASH STORE,
V. Vt Price, Act.
NEIQIIDORS AT WAR.
Kollormnn Snys Some Cnuitlo
Things About Mrs. Knuilsky
Mrs. Owen Kclerman, of tho South
Side, was arrested Monday night by
Special Ofllcer Mink and held In-1500
ball by Alderman Storr, of the Nine
teenth ward, for her appearance at
court, on a charge of assaulting and
battering Mrs, Christine Kauffsky.
At the hearing Mrs. Kellerman relat
ed a good deal of ancient history about
Mrs. Kauffsky, That woman, she said,
Is now living with her fifth husband,
Bhe further remarked that It had been
Mrs. Kauffsky's boast thht when she
wants to get rid of her fifth spouse
she enn send him to Jail as she has
To these charges the prosecutrix
made no reply. The Kellermans and
Kauffskys reside In the same house on
itho South Side.
ESCAPE WAS MIRACULOUS.
Arthur Saunders' Thrilling I'scnpo In
the Mnrvlno Mine.
Arthur Saunders, employed as a la
borer In the Marvlno mine had an ex
perience yesterday that he la not like
ly to forget for many a day. He was
seated In the chamber In which' he
works waiting the coming of a car
when a large piece of ccal weighing u
ton and a half fell upon him.
Workmen removed him from beneath
the mass ns quickly as possible and
were Burprlsed when they found he
was not dead. He was removed to his
home on Ilrlght avenue, where he was
examined by a physician. There was
not the slightest outward trace d an
Injury but it Is feared that Mr. Saun
ders is seriously hurt internally.
ONLY SEVEN APPEARED-
Democrats' Joint Session of Councils to
Elect a City Solicitor Proved
to Be a Sad Fizzle.
Last night was the time to which
tho Democratic Joint session of coun
cils of thiee weeks ago adjourned af
ter It had failed to elect ex-Senator
McDonald, city solicitor.
Apparently the McDonald men did
not take much stock in the move for
when 8 o'clock rolled around there wero
.nly seven of them there, Messrs. Gll
roy, Sweeney, Noone, Nealls and Nor
ton, of common council, and Messrs.
McAndrew and McCann, of select coun
cil. Clerk Mahon called the roll, repeat
ing the names of the selectmen from
r.iep'ory, ns he had no roll book, and
then, on nation of Mr. Nealls, ad
journment was made until the first
Tuesday in July, -the date to which the
regularly organized Joint sestlon orig
JJc Given Sntnrdny Night
Academy of .Music.
The following Is the programme of
the military entertainment entitled
"Sleeping on Picket and Sentenced to
Be Shot," which will be presented at
the Academy of Music Saturday night
under tho auspices of Lieutenant Ezra
S. Griffin post, Grand Army of the Re
public: Song. "Tell Me, Thou Pretty Bee,"
Mozart quartette Mr. Randolph
Jones, Mary Boston Williams, Edwin
Bowen. John W. Jones.
Declamation, "The Meaning of tho
Flag," J. A. Jones
Nellie Thomas, Susie Fisher
Off to tho War Jamc3 Stuart, Professor
Hugo Benette, Mrs. Stuart. iMIss Mc-
Qinnis, Emma Stuart, MIjs Bertlo Fin
burg. Camp scene,
Lieutenant E. S. Griffin camp, No. 8,
Sons of Veterans,
Cornet solo David Rccs
Mrs. Randolph Jones and Mary
Recitation, "Statuo of Liberty,"
J, A, Jones
Sleoplng on Picket Dreaming of
Home as Ho Saw It Last.
Poem, "A Soldier's Dream" ...J. A. Jones
Petor Shlmmerhorn Thomas Allan
William Campbell, James Connolly
Tho New Recruit Willie Mantz
Tho Picket Returns Sherman
"Heroes Beloved" Mozart quartette
Recitation, "On "the Rappahannock,"
At Homo Mrs, Stuart and daughter
Solo, "Revero Ye the Red, White and
Blue' Nelllo i nomas
Ofllco of Secretary of War.. Royal Vinctnt
Duet Edwin Bowen, J. Vr. 'Jones
President Lincoln P. F. Knight
Attendant C. Moyer
Captain Moro G. V. Millet
Piano solo Marlon Hutchinson
"Home, Sweet Home" ...Mozart quartette
DB LONO-In Kast Btroudsburg, Yd.,
May 25, 1897, Mrs. Jano Do Long, former
ly of Scranton. Kuneral Thursday.
0'HMEiN--ln Scranton, Pa May 21, 1S!'7,
Winifred O'Brien, aged 19 years, at the
homo of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Carey,
617 Meridian street. Funeral Wednes
day mornliiR at 6.30 o'clock. A requiem
mass will ba suns In 8t Patrick's
church, Jackson street. Interment In
Hyde Tark Cathollo cometery.
HAMJIOND-In West Scranton, May 15,
1697, Miss Hattie Hammond, at her home,
at 301 'North Hebecca. avenuo. Funeral
Friday aftornoon at 2.30 o'clock. Inter
ment in Washburn Street cemetery.
DAVIES-In West Scranton, May 21, 1837,
Mrs. Mary Ann Davles, wlfo of John D.
Davles, at tho family homo, on Archbald
street, Ilellevue. Funeral Wednesday
afternoon, llurlal will bo made in
Washburn. Street cemetery,
9 - s
Knights of Malta Have an AIINlght
Session (or Installation.
S1XTV-TIIREB MEMBERS ODLI0ATED
Degree Conferred mid Work Kxom
plillcd by Crnml Jtccordcr (oorgo
II. Pierce, of Philadelphia--Mid-night
Luncheon nt Mitchell's.
Something About tlio Strength of
tho Order nnd a IlrlcfSketch of Its
History, Aim nnd Purposes.
Anthracite commander, No. 211, An
cient and Illustrious Order Knights of
Malta, conducted an Installation last
night at which sixty-three members
were obligated. The ceremonies oc
curred In FInley's hall and continued
from 7 o'clock In the evening until day
break this morning, with the exception
of an hour at midnight, when a recess
was taken for luncheon.
George II. Pierce, of Philadelphia,
grand recorder of the order In Penn
sylvania, conferred the degrees. He
was assisted by a staff consisting of O.
S. Hldgewny, sir knight commander;
G. Hoffman, generalissimo; O. A.
GRAND nnconnnn pieiice.
Beemer, captain general; B. G. Uth
man, prelate; Samuel Costlett, senior
Warden; W. J. Henwood, Junior war
den; A. J. Pitman, first guard; Harold
Pease, second guard; Norman Greggs,
warder; Edward BIsbee, sentinel; E. O.
Swartz, sword bearer, and W. II. Wels
eniluh, standard bearer.
TWO DEGREES CONFERRED.
Two degrees only were conferred In
full. The work of tho other ten degrees
was exemplified by Recorder Pierce
and they will be conferred upon the
postulants periodically till all have
The recess was taken ot Just 12
o'clock and for an hour tho Sir Knights
regaled themselves with tho best the
season affords at Mitchell's dining
rooms on "Washington avenue. At 1
o'clock the work was resumed and It
was thought it would be half-past four
or five o'clock this morning before It
would be concluded.
The addition of those sixty-three
members gives Anthracite commandery
a total membership of two hundred and
fifty-two. The fact that It was organ
ized only last November nnd that It has
had unusually depressed times to con
tend against makes Its growth very re
markable. It is even now one of th'e
foremost commanderles of the stato
and It is expected that by the time It
Is a year old It will lie the peer of the
strongest of them. Thero Is another
commandery on the West Side and one
In process of formation on the South
Side. This latter is to be Instituted
The annual convention of the grand
commandery of Pennsylvania was held
at Sunbury during the early part of
this month. Th'e reports then showed
that the order In this state has gained
2.2J5 members during the year and had
on its rolls a total membership of 10,733.
This membership is comprised in 101
commanderles located In seventy-one
different places and scattered through
out thirty-two counties. The order Is
also established In sixteen states and
the District of Columbia and Canada.
IT'S AN OLD ORDER.
The Knlgh'ts of Malta Is a charitable
and religious order which dates Its
birth In 101& in Jerusalem and claims
to be the most ancient knightly order
In existence, being the direct and legit
imate descendants of the illustrious re
ligious and military order of the middle
ages, tho name of which It bears.
Its membership Is confined to Prot
estants but It Is by no means Intoler
ant. It was transplanted to this coun
try from Scotland In 18 TO and In 1S84 a
grand commandery was organized here.
Since that time Its crowtli has been
most rigorous and today It Is one of th'e
strongest and most influential secret
societies in the United States.
The great demand for
in block checks has made them hard
to find. We open this morning ten
new shades, ioo quality,
Price Only 79. cents
CHANGEABLE TAFFETA SILKS
beautiful, stylish and . warranted to
give satisfactory wear. Prices same
as for ordinary goods.
dark and light, 5o-ceut goods,
For Only 29 cents
PYTHIAN OFFICERS CHOSEN.
Elected nt n Meeting of Division 47
Division No. 47, Knlahts of Pythias,
met last evening In Hulberfs Wall and
elected officers us follows: T. U. Mac
Intyrc, caotalnj J. J. Heel, first lieu
tenant; J. G. Hodge, Becond lieuten
ant; J. M, Constance, recorder; and
aus Wcnzel, treasurer. Colonel Mar
tin Joyco presided.
Present at tho meeting were Messrs.
Hart and Nichols, of Philadelphia, who,
are In tho city to ivecuro hotel rates for
the grand lodge, Knights of Pythias,
which will meet hero during tho third
week In August.
Colonel 'Joyce Invited tho visitors to
address tho meeting which they did.
Tho arrangements for the convention
nro rapidly being completed. The
grand lodge alone, which Messrs Hart
and Nichols represent, numbers over
Besides this the uniformed rank will
also be here. The election last night
was of due importance as it named the
men on whom the chief responsibility
for the convention will rest.
THREE DAMAGE SUITS.
Miss Conger Asks $2,000 for a
Called a Thief.
About three weeks ago while riding
In one of the Mears buildings elevators
Miss Bertha E. Conger was struck on
tho shoulder by a piece of wood which
fell from an upper floor. She alleges
that her collar bone was broken by tho
blow and now asks damages' In the
sum of $2,000 from John A. Mears,
owner of the building. L. P. Wedeman
Is her attorney.
Through Vosburg & Dawson, Artl
mazla FranclonI, yesterday brought
suit for $1,000 damages against Peter
Baldlrl, accusing Peter of representing
himself as Gulseppl Baldlrl, a wealthy
Italian land owner and gaining thereby
the confidence and credit of the plain
tiff. Before Baldlrl's false pretenses
wero discovered ho was Franclonl's
debtor to the extent of $60 In money
and many other obligations.
Philip Schwarz, a store keeper, of Old
Forge, sued Andrew Gural for an even
$1,000 because Gural called him a thief,
which he avows he Is not. Martin and
Vidaver arc his attorneys.
Work Dono in tlio Duumorn Election
Twenty-four witnesses were examin
ed by the respondents In the Dunmore
contest yesterday. Th claim is made
that eight votes were disqualified, but
the contestants aver that after testi
mony will reduce this number consid
erably. These eight were F. W. Chamberlain,
Robert M. Mallon, L. M. Smlth.Thomas
Warg, Floyd Schoonover, Frank Dlng3,
"William La France and Ernest Finch,
of the Second district of tho Third
ward, who failed to show that they
had paid taxes.
Others examined were A. M Bing
ham, H. W. Chamberlain. C. W.
Schultz, D. M'. Collins, Frank Bing
ham, Marcus Bensley, "William Hazen,
D. J. Shlrer, Leonard Sharp, "William
Yiung, Frank Henry, Georgo Robin
son, C. F. Sausenbach, Seth Waters,
E. S. Warfel and Harrison Davis.
SOME OF THEM RETURNED.
Delegation of Scranton Templars
Ilnck from Enstou Lost Night.
A delegation of Scranton Knights
Templar returned last night from Eas
ton where yesterday they participated
in the big Templar parade which was
a feature of the ceremonies Incident to
the meeting of the grand commandery
at that place. Bautr's band returned
with those who came back last night.
Tho greater part of the Scranton
Knights remained In Easton to partici
pate In tho ceremonies of last night
DR. THR00P BETTER.
Passed n Comfortnblo Day and Wan
.Much Improved Lnst Night.
Dr. B. II. Throop passed a very com
fortable day yesterday. Late last
night he was better than at any time
since his illness began.
His recovery Is now hoped for by
those attending him.
THE EXTENSION ORDINANCE.
Was Considered bv Railway Commit
too Yosterdny Afternoon.
The railway committee of select
council held a meeting In the city
clerk's office yesterday afternoon and
considered the ordinance granting the
Scranton Railway company permission
to extend its tracks on certain streets
on the West Side and in the North End
In order to make room for sum
mer goods we have cut the price on
8n pnnnn nnri ?r
J o, ull Jbo U U 1)1
Our garments attract attention
because of their perfect fit, style aud
workmanship. You can secure a bar
gain by visiting ouf department.
are the most stylish, best fitting waists
manufactured. We have them in all
the leading styles. Don't buy until
you have seen thenw
and a resolution permitting tho use of.
a T rail on Mulberry strcot.
General Manager Sllllman went be
for the committee and explained the
merit of Mie T rail on paved streets and
also spoke nt length about the Com
pany's plans for giving a better ser
vice to the people of Hydo Park and
After listening to Mr. Sllllman tho
committee adjourned to meet Thursday
evening prior to the meeting of council
and then made a tour of tho streets
over which the Traction company de
sires to extend Its lines, All of the
members of the committee save FInlay
Koss were present.
yr niNn.pn in
Just now this is especially true of
CHINA AND CROCKERY.
Hut don't plunse Into things thnt are
shady. Don't buy a so-called "Cheap"
dinner or toilet set. It is not for u few
days' use, but for years, nnd it wlllcrazo
or check nnd be nn eyeiore sturlng you
In the fnco three times a day, Why not
buy from one of our
Yon can select
WpW such pieces as you
"- ' need nnd add more
at any time.
nPPM CTflfK' Wo liuvo such a
v-- u' J1 v large variety we can
suit you If you hao
PATTERNS. JtnlLftw dolltirs to
Buy Before the Advance
In Import Duty.
Millar & Peck,
131 WYOMING AVENUE.
Walk in nnd look nrounil
Money holders have not
sold as fast as we could wish;
the result is that we have ac
cumulated a lot of odd purses,
card cases, bill books aud fine
pocket books over six hun
dred. They are shop-worn,
most of them. We have
sorted them into six lots, as
to go at
to go at
to go at
to go at
to go at
to go at
More worth less than xoc. Many of them
were S3 and S4. Some of them NOT stylish
The Rexford Co.,
303 Lackawanna Ave.
And make them look
pretty at a very light ex
pense and a great saving
Center Counter, Mln Floor,
HONEYCOMB BIBS-Ncat. white,
bordered with lace, worth lOc.j our An
HONEYCOMB BIB, with whlto bar- An
HONEYCOMB BIB WITH MOT-t An
TOES, Darling, or Pet, etc -
OIL CLOTH BIBS, 15 Inches long,
with one pocket, worth 10c.; our An
OILCLOTH BIB, smaller, for 3C
LADIES' AlND MISSES' UNDER An
VESTS, worth 10c; our prlco
TOWELS, 18x30 sire, red or blue bor- An
ders, wo'th 10c; our price .....' HU
LACE'S A very large lino now opon
of dress lace, pillow cases, Valen
cine lnce, cotton or linen torchons, An
etc.; our price, a yard w
FEATHER STICK BRAID, largo as- Ar
sortment, C-ynrd pieces; our price.. nw
new Ladles' Whlto Swiss embroid
ered corners, worth 10c; as long as An
they last, each "w
COO DOZEN ONLY of Ladles' White,
with laco In Corners, hemstitched
borders, cheap at 10c: as long an An
GENTS' HALF LINEN WOVEN, 21
inches square, chrap at 10c; our An
2,000 DOZEN LADIES' COLORED
BORDERS, assorted patterns, hem
stitched, worth 20c a piece; your An
All size of
for Memorial Day.
The above are all rare
bargains. An early call
will interest you.
310 Lackawanna Ave.
D. I. PHILLIPS
AT BOARD OP TRADE BUILDINd.
He will, have in stock some
beautiful pieces finished in
Vainis martin, metal mahog
any, delft, bird's- eye maple,
etc. He invites the public in
general to call and examine
his new and beautiful stock
Old Hickory Porch Rockers ot the newest
deilzns, which ore without question the very
best lor out-door ute. Call and set a cos.
turner for 79c They are very handy.
BOARD OF 1RADE BUILDING
COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
THE KEELEY CURE
Why let your borne and business ba deatroy.
ed through strong drink or morphias, wbei
!ou can be our.d in four weoka at the Keelej
nstttute, Tffl Madison arenas BcraBton, Pa,
he Cur Will Dear laveJtlgatlon.
Three Specials in
Fine ribbed black hose, high
spliced heels and toes, sizes from
5 to 9 Only 12Jc
Fine black hose, extra quality,
double knees, heels aud toes, sizes
k to 614, would be cheap at 25c...
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS?
The famous Leather Stockings,
the most durable cotton hose ever
sold, double knees aud soles, fast
color, sizes 6 to 10 Price Only 25c
We believe they will out-wear three
pairs of ordinary 25c hose, A trial
will convince you.
Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
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