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7IIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-"WEDNESDAY HORNING, JUNE 10, 1,35)7.
Books, the Best Presents
for School Graduates, Weddings
Utrtlulay nnd other gtle.
Wo have larpe variety of choice
volumtiR nnd sots, In various bindings.
All tho desirable new books
for summer nnd vacation reading.
Standard text-books for expectant
Fine Stntlonery In largo variety.
Weddlnj; and Social Invltntlons
Engraved nnd Printed to order
on short notice and right prices.
All desirable styles and all grades.
Wan!; Account (looks;
Krow Kay and other games,
the best vnlues In this city.
Boys Wagons, Velocipedes nnd other
"Wall Decorations, Window Shades,
222 Lackawanna Ave.
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Ave.
Cleanliness, Color and Finish
Is the TRIO We Build Uron.
308 Penn Avenue. A. U. WARM AN.
Hao opened a Gcncrnl Insurance Ofllco In
Dent Stock Compnnles represented. Large
lines especially solicited. Telephone 1B03.
DR. W. B. HENWOOD,
316 LACKMVANIU AVE.
Tho Tribune will pay a reward or $3.00 lor
Information which will lead to tho con
viction of any person who stenls'or, with
out the, owner's consent, mutilates a copy
of Tho Trlbuno after Us delivery to a reg
Sol Goldsmith 1b In New Yorlc,
Attorney and Mrs. C. II. Soper aro in
Washington, D. C,
ttlru. McAdnms, of Mineral street, arid
daughter, Mamie, nro at Cortland, N. Y.
Mrs. S. I'. Longstreet, ot Wyoming ave
nue, visited friends at Carbondale jester
day, Mrs. .O. YV. Chasa and son, Arthur, of
North Main avenue, havo returned from
a weeks' visit In New York.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas A. 1'attcn, of the
West Sklc have returned after a pleas
ant trip to New York, Albany and Sara
toga. W. D. C. LouKherty, of New York, was
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. U. It. Faulk
ner, of North Washington avenue, Mon
duy Bishop O'Harn, accompanied by Rev.
M. K. I-oftus, went to Philadelphia Mon
day t4 attend nn election of a coadjutor
bishop pf the Erie diocese.
Caplaln P. I)e Iacy, of this city, will
delher an address today at tho annual
reunion of tho Luzerne County Veterans'
association In Houghton's opera house,
The Doctor of Divinity title has been
conferred by tho Syracuse university
upon Rev. J. G. Kckman, of this city,
presiding elder of this district of the Wy
Deputy Sheriff P. K. Ityan, who under
went a critical surgical operation for an
abscess of the side, Monday, was report
ed to bo doing extremely well yesterday
and his physicians, Drs. Burnett and
Gardner, look for a speedy recocry and
restored to health.
Rev. L. It. Foster, of the Sumner Ave
nue Prjpsbyterlan church. Is to be mar
ried today at Hector, N. Y., to Miss Budd,
of that place. They will visit the groom's
parents In Tennessee and return to
Scranton next week and reside on South
Hyde Park avenue.
BY REV. DR. AND AIRS. D1X0N.
Penn Avenue. Congrcgnliou Were
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Dixon
last night held another of their Tues
day evening teceptlons for members
of the Penn Avenue Baptist chuich,
of which Dr.- Dixon Is pastor. Unlike
the preceding reception, that of last
evening was attended by members of
the Snbtath school.
The church members present were
those whose names began with the let
ters E, F, G, H, I, J, and K. Next
Tuesday the L, M, N, O, P, Q nnd
IVb will be received, and on Tuesday,
the 28th, the S, T, U. V, W, X, Y
Work Hits Resumed.
Work wns resumed at tho Dodso
mine yesterday morning after an Idle
ness of several weeks, during which
tome necessary repairs were made.
Electric signals and telephones have
been placed 111 the mine.
Henri Y. Gibson Jones' Announce
ment in Ilcul Estnto Column
before you lose your chance for a cholco
home. , '
f v . V . . 'S
suit of comfort
tion underwear for
WATERS, Tha Halter,
Issued at the Instance ot Special Agent
SERVED DY CONSTABLE COLES
Accused Men. Will Ilnvo n Homing
This Morning nt 0 O'clock lioforn
Aldcrmnn Howo--An Analysis of
tlio Oloo 'm Mndo by Alliort II.
Welles, Professor of Chemistry nt
tho Scrnnton High School.
According to the statements of James
Terry, special agent of the department
of agriculture, Scrantontans or resi
dents nearby have, during the past few
weeks, consumed unbeknowlngly some
forty-five hundred pounds, and possibly
much more, of the unpopular concoc
tion of tallow fat and carrot Juice,
which masquerades for butter under
tho name of oleomargerlne.
"The United States law, as newspaper
readers are doubtless awnre, permits
the stuff to be manufactured and sold,
providing It is properly tagged, but Is
very much averse to Its traveling "In
cog;" so much so, Indeed, that It
fixes a penalty for Its' sale or ex
position for sale when It does not bear
a prescribed announcement of Its being
As a result of Special Agent Terry's
discovery, four Scrnnton men are lia
ble to feel the weight of this law. This
quartette Is composed of Frank C. Day,
butcher, of 005 Capouse avenue; Will
iam Lelghton, huckster, of 321 Phelps
street, and O. A. and W. A. Beemer,
dining room keepers, of Washington
THE WAKRAN.TS SERVED.
Warrants were served on nil four of
them yesterdny by Constable Coles
and they are to appear nt 9 o'clock this
morning at Alderman Howe's ofllce to
make answer to Agent Terry's accusa
tions. Day, It appears, engaged Lelghton
to Import the stuff from Chicago, agree
ing to dispose of it and pay a commis
sion from the proceeds to the Importer.
The commission was not forthcoming
and a dispute ensued. In some wny,
not made public, the dispute and the
circumstances leading up to It found
their way up to New Albany, Bradford
county, the home of Mr. Terry, one of
seven ofllcers whom the dairy bureau
of the agricultural department keeps
under pay for the special purpose of
keeping an eye on oleo.
He took a quiet run down to Scran
ton, nosed about until he found a sam
ple of the mixture In Beemer's restaur
ant, submitted it to Albert H. Welles,
professor of chemistry at the Scranton
high school, received a report to the ef
fect that It was unmistakable oleomar
gerlne and then proceeded to call the
law down upon the offenders.
Butcher Day and Huckster Lelghton,
It Is supposed, sold tho most of their
Importations from house to house.
FUNERAL OF SISTER ANTOINETTE.
Ilcfuting runcriil Sermon by Itcv. P.
J. .lie Mn mis, of (irccn Ridge.
The funeral of the late' Sister Mary
Antoinette, of the Orderof the Imma
culate Heart, was attended yesterday
morning fiom St. Cecilia's academy,
Wyoming nvenue, by a large concourse,
made up of her relatives, former pupils
nt St. Cecilia's and St. Paul's, Green
Ridge, nnd priests and sisters of Scran
ton and vicinity.
At 10 o'clock the remains were con
veyed to St. Peter's cathedral, where a
solemn high mass ot requiem was cele
brated by Rev. J. A. O'Reilly, rector of
the cathedral; assisted by Rev. P. P.
Broderlck, of Susquehanna, as deacon;
Rev. T. P. Coffey, of Carbondale, sub
deacon, nnd Rev. J. J. B. Feeley, of the
cathedral, master ot ceremonies.
Other priests In the sanctunry were:
Rev. P. J. McManus, of St. Paul's,
Green Ridge; Rev. N. J. McManus, of
Providence; Rev. E. J. Melley, of St.
John's, South Scrnnton; Rev. R. A.
McAndrews nnd Rev. Edward O'Reilly,
of Wllkes-Barre; Rev. James J. O'Mal
ley, of Kingston; Rev. J. J. Curran, of
EaBt End. Wllkes-Barre; Rev. P. P.
Qulnnan and Rev. P. E. Lavelle, of
Plttston; Rev. J. J. Coroner, of Forest
City; Rev. James Pagan, Great Bend;
Rev. M. P. Crane, Avoca; Rev. F. P.
McNally, of AVest Scrnnton; Rev. W. P.
O'Donnell, of the Church of the Holy
Cross, Bellevue; Rev. D. J. MacGold
rlck, president of St. Thomas college;
Rev. J. W. Malone, Rev. John Lough
ran, S. T. L., and Rev. T. W. Carmody,
of the cathedral.
The sermon wab preached by Rev.
Father McManus, of Green Ridge. It
was nddressed mainly to the sisters of
the Immnculate Heart, commending
their order for its purposes and accom
plishments along the theme of the text:
"They that are learned shall shine as
the brightness of the fltmament, nnd
they that Instruct many to Justice, as
stars to nil eternity."
In the course of his remarks he
made the statement that a sister of) a
teaching order who should neglect her
mental training even though it be for
the practice of some piety, would be
guilty of a wrong and would havo fo
answer for It like for any other sinful
omission. Her llrst duty, he went so
far as to say, was to develop her Intel
lectual poweis and the sister who de
voted herself to prayer to the exclusion
of study wns unfaithful to her duty.
At the clo$e of the mass the remains
were conveyed to Hyde Park Catholic
cemetery, where they were Interred In
the sisters' plot, after the chanting of
the benedlctus by the priests. The pall
hearers were: M. L. Barrett, John L.
Colllgan, George McCarthy, John J
O'Boyle, of Vine street; J. C. McAn
drew, John J. Brown.
CHURCH LAWN FESTIVAL.
Given by Grace Lutlicrnn 1,00108' Aid
Society J.nst Evuiiius,
A lawn festival wns given Inst even
ing by the Ludles' Aid society of Giaco
Lutheran church on the church lawn,
corner it Madison avenuo and Mul
Tho ladles In charge wero Mrs. Van
BiiBklrl;, Mrs. Edward Haas, Mrs.
Tlce. Mrs. Sturges and Mrs. Gordon.
They were assisted by Misses Jennie
Kaufman, Ladwlg, Maggie Kaufman,
Wardell, Moore, Luther, Lenker, Kar
clier and Benson and Mrs, Maurer.
A HANDSOME SILK DRESS.
Will He Awarded to .Mother Bringing
tho Largest i'nmily.
Loving mothers who have large fami
lies should endeavor to have a family
gathering at Farvlew on Tuesday, Juno
22, when the united Brltlsh-Amelcan
societies of Lackawanna arid Wyoming
valleys celebrate Queen Victoria's dia
mond Jubilee by an excursion and pic-
nlc. Tho dny will bo a gala one; plenty
ot music, dancing, and nil kinds of
games to nmuse tho. old nnd young.
The cencrnl committee have secured
Biieli low rates from tho Delawnre nnd
Hudson company It Is estimated thnt
25,000 people will attend.
Children that have left home and nrc
scattered should rivnll themselves of
this opportunity to enjoy a most pleaB
ant day at a moderate expense; be
sides making It possible for the mother
to win a handsome silk dress.
SURPRISED THE CONTROLLERS.
riro Hlgnnl Quickly Empties No. 27
Just how quickly a crowded public
school building cun be abandoned in
caso of lire was sprung upon Superin
tendent Howell and three school con
trollers at No. 27 school In the North
End yesterdny. The controllers were
President Jennings and Messrs. Gib
bons and O'Malley, of tile teachers
committee which Is making an Inspec
tion of the schools.
While the olllclals were watching a
recitation In one of the class rooms
the fire signal was given and In one
minute and forty seconds 576 pupils
had gathered their hats and wraps
and passed through the four exits
of the building Into the open air. No.
27 Is one of the few school buildings
equipped with a signal system which
may be operated from uny one of tho
twelve school rooms.
Nos. 2S and 21 schools were also In
spected yesterday. The West Side
schools will bo visited today.
O'HARA' S DESPERATE ACT
Committed Suicide by Hanging Himself
In a Barn 41n the Rear of
Henry O'Hara, of Washington ave
nue, committed suicide yesterday af
ternoon in a barn In Raymond court
in the rear of Zeldlers' bakery on
Franklin avenue, by suspending him
self from a beam. He used a leather
rein, one end of which was firmly
knotted to his neck.
The only explanation of O'Harn's
desperate net is that he was suffer
ing from temporary dementia.
The exact time of O'Hara's act is
not known. John LaBarne, the hostler,
left the barn at noon, going out to
drive a wagon load of coal. At 3
o'clock he returned and at 3.45 La
Barne went upstairs to the loft to
get hay for the horses. Tho steps are
a steep flight. When La Barne reached
the top he was startled at seeing the
body of a man suspended almost di
rectly above hlrm He felt the body.
It was cold and life wns extinct.
La Barne went to Lackawanna ave
nue and Informed Patrolman Flnley
Ross of his ghastly find.
A step ladder led from the second
floor of an opening to the loft. O'Hara
must have ascended the ladder and
carefully measured the required length
of rein that would clear his feet from
the Moor. He then tied the rein to
the beam nnd finally looped it about
his neck and stepped off the ladder,
slowly strangling to death. What
caused him to select the barn as his
death place Is not known. He was
rarely seen there.
Dr. Pennypacker, who was summoned
In the absence of Coroner Longstreet,
who Investigated a case at Carbondale
yesterday. Judged that O'Hara had
been dead at least three hours be
fore his body was found.
The remains were removed to Raub's
undertaking establishment, pending an
Inquest by the coroner. O'Hara was
C5 yenrs of age and has lived In this
city since 1864. A wife and six chil
dren survive him.
TWO EXECUTIONS ISSUED.
I' red nnd II. J. Kunz, of lllnkcly, nnd
J. E. Simlnm, of This Citv, I'nil.
Sheriff demons yesterday levied upon
Fred and H. J. Kunz, builders, of
Blakely borough, on a $4,000 execution
issued at the Instance of Spruks Bros.,
of this city.
A $1,000 execution was yesterday Is
sued nt the Instance of Jennie N Lew
Is, of Jersey City, against J. E. Sur
dam, who formerly kept a notion stand
on the Wyoming avnuo side of Ban
nister's shoe store. The stand was le
moved when Bannister's store was re
modeled and the sheriff therefore
could find nothing to levy upon.
THOUGHT MATCH HAD GONE OUT.
Another Miner n Victim of tho Some
times Tcnchcrous I'tisc.
Thomas Laird, of Robert avenue,
employed as a miner at the Dickson
colliery, was badly Injured yesterday
morning by an explosion. It wt.s an
other case of "thought the match iad
Ills face and hands were badly cut
by the Hying coal and portions of his
body badly bruised. He Is a married
man and has a family.
James J. Corbett,
Ex-champion of the world, will play
first base with
On Wednesday, June 1G, 1807.
This will be a regular league game.
Admission, twenty-five cents to every
one. Tickets may be secured In ad
vance at Florey's, Wyoming avenue.
No rain checks will be given out or
money refunded after the game has
Rain checks will be given out before
the game, providing It rains. No money
refunded. In connection with Corbett
playing first base he will also spar
three rounds with his sparring partner,
h-Iio Luke Shoro nnd Michigan South
ern Railway Coinpnny--Tho I'nst
Train No. 3. "Fast Mall," leaving
Buffalo at 8.25 p. m. Eastern time,
and nrrlvlng at Chjcago y.20 a. m.,
still retains the name of being tho
best train between Jhese two cities. No
excess fare. Sleeping cars from Buf
falo to Chicago. All classes of tickets
uccepted on this train. Dining car ser
vice Into Chicago for breakfast. Appli
cations for sleeping car 'reservations
wllj receive prompt attention. Tele
phone, Seneca &SG, No. 221 Main street,
Buffalo. N. Y.
C. II. Chevee,
Traveling passenger agent.
T. S. TImpson,
General Eastern agent,
Steam Heating nnd Plumbing.
P. P. & M, T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave.
Tailor made fall suits and overcoats,
latest styles, John Itoss, 307 Sprues
260 XX White Envelopes for 17c. at Se.
Store, 6?3 Lack'a. ave.
MEMBERS OF THE
ALUMNI ARE HOT
Not at All Pleased with the Action of
Board of Control.
WILL BANQUET ON SCHEDULE TIME
Commlttco Appointed to Mnko All
Arrangements for thoTAnnunl Event
nnd Hcport nt n .Meeting to Bo Hold
Snturdny Night--When tho Tonstlng
I'nrt of tho l'rogrnmmo Is itenchod
Somo Attention Will Do Pnid to tho
If the board of control was gifted
with the power of mind reading and
wns secreted somewhere around the
mnyor's ofTlce last night It would havo
felt a very perceptible sensation of
warmth around the lower extremity of
the left ear.
The executive committee of the high
school alumni association was In ses
sion there. The committee In Its wise
discretion didn't say much, but from
some few remarks unconsciously drop
ped there was no mistaking that the
committee was exercising to its fullest
extreme the Indefeasible prerogative to
Everything hnd been arranged for
the annual meeting and dinner and the
committee was resting after Its labors,
waiting with pardonable pride and
pleasant anticipation for the enconlums
that the association would shower upon
It when It would be seen how perfectly
lovely everything had been prepared
for the members' entertainment, when
along comes the board of control and In
face of previously given assurances,
knocks everything endways by denying
the use of the high school.
Some of the committee wanted to
pass a resolution then and there con
veying the association's compliments to
the board, but wiser counsel prevailed
and It was decided to wait until they
all get together at the annual meeting
and then, as Chairman Davidson clas
sically put It, "soc et tuem."
Just how the emergency Is to be met
the committee could not figure out, but
at all events It was resolved the affair
should occur and on schedule time at
that. Mr. Davidson and Mr. Beamish
were appointed a committee to secure
a hall, arrange for the banquet, dance.
business meeting and such and report
progress at a meeting to be held Satur
day evening In the mayor's office. The
old Faraut hause, now used Dy St.
Luke's parish for a kindergarten, was
suggested as a convenient and well ap
pointed place for the affair and it Is
quite possible It will be held there.
JUDGE EDWARDS' HIGH DISTINCTION.
To Be Tonslmnstortof 11 Big Banquet
in Boston Monday Night.
Next Monday, June 21, on the .e 01
Queen Victoria's Jubilee, the Anglo
American societies of Boston, will
unite In a big banquet In honor of
"Her Gracious Majesty" and for the
purpose of sending the venerable dame
some appropriate sort ot congratula
tions. St. George societies, St. Andrew soci
eties, St. Patrick societies, St, David
societies and just to be neighborly like
several St. Nicholas societies have all
combined to make It a grand affair.
Hon. Thomas P. Bayard, Governor
Wolcott, 'of Massachusetts; Mayor
Qulncy, of Boston; Governor Black, of
New York and many other men of
wide prominence are among the 2,n00
who have accepted invitations to be
And our own Judge Edwards Is to be
the big gun of the whole celebration,
having been selected to act as toast
master. He has sent his acceptance of
this signal position of honor and bar
ring unsurmountablo obstacles will be
there. There Is Just a possibility,
however, that he will not be able to
attend, owing to his court work. He
hope;, however, to le there.
TWO MINE ACCIDENTS.
Ono of Thorn May Result In the Dcnth
of Gcorgo Toilet.
George FoIIet, an 18-year-old laborer
at Johnson's colliery, Prlceburg, was
possibly fatally Injured yesterday
morning by a fall of top coal.
He sustained a compound fracture ot
the left les, a simple fracture of tho
right, cuts about the head and face
and painful bruises all over his body.
The left leg was so badly mangled that
the physicians of the Lackawanna hos
pital, where he was removed at noon,
found It necessary to amputate It. He
was reported to be In a critical condi
tion last night with tho chances of re
covery against him.
Thomas Nee, fourteen years of age,
a doortender at the Greenwood colliery,
was received at the Lackawanna hospi
tal yesterday suffering from a badly
cut and bruised leg, the consequence of
his falling beneath the wheels of a
loaded mine car. The doctors say there
Is little doubt but that the leg will be
IN HONOR OF THE GRAND MASTER.
Odd Tellows Will Tender a Reception
to W. Gnylord Thomns,
Next Tuesday evening tho ten lodges
of Odd Fellows In this city will unite
In giving a reception In honor of W
Gaylord Thomas, of Slocum lodge, who
at the WHIIamsport convention was
elected grand mnster of Pennsylvania,
A committee of tho various lodges
met last night In the Lackawanna
lodge rooms, Odd Fellows building,
Wyoming avenue, to further the re
ception arrangements. It was decided
to hold the affair In the Lackawanna
lodge rooms and Invite all the differ
ent lodges In the county to partici
pate. There will be a musical and
literary entertainment at which S. G.
Kerr, chairman of the reception com
mittee, will preside, and following this
refreshments will be served In the
banquet hall on the fourth floor. ,
Attorney A. A. Vosburg was selected
to make the congratulatory address.
SIX FAILED TO PASS.
Did Nut Ilnvo tho Necessary Proof of
Having Pnid Taxes.
Six of tho thirty-one witnesses call
ed by the respondents In the Dunmore
contest yesterday failed to produce tax
receipts nnd for the present their votes
stand disqualified. They are Oeorgtt
Kunney, of the Second district of tho
Third ward; Charles McCarty, of the
Second district of the First ward;
William Krager, of the Second dtsttlct
of the Third ward! Thomas Qulnn, of
the Second district of the Sixth ward;
Joseph Wescott, of tho First district
of the Sixth ward, and John Cottle,
of the First district of the First ward.
Those whose vote3 passed the test
successfully were; John Kraeser,
Oeorgo Hammer, Second district of the
Third word; Chariest L. Brooks, George
Robinson, Second district of the First
ward; Joseph Heal, First district nt
tho First ward; John Gibson, John
Carthy, First district of the Third
waid; J. H. Kinney, Albert Jenkins,
Herbert Jenkins, Theodore Keller, Ja
cob Vanduzer, Charles Keller, Joseph
Fnney, Third district of the Second
ward; Jesse Brady, William' Do.ter,
John Miller, Frank Sherer, N. It.
Swingle, Peter Sawyer, G. A. Bloat,
Chris Vlckers, Henry Hopff, First dis
trict of the First wnrd; Oeorgo Nlck
erson, W. A. Packard, Thltd district
of the Third ward.
TRAINING SCHOOL GRADUATES.
They Will Hold Tlmlr Commence
ment Exercises Tonight.
The graduating class of the city
training school for teachers will hold
their commencement this evening In
tho high' school auditorium. Colonel
Copeland, of Harrlsburg, Instead of
Dr. Brumbaugh, will deliver the ad
dress. The jxerclscs will begin promptly at
One of tho secret of our largo selling li
thot prices leavo on" whoro other dealers com
mence on new desirable millinery.
Next tho great satisfaction wo glvo our
It should bo borno In mind there nro no
middle prices here. It's direct from the
manufacturer to the consumer
This week opens with renewed vigor.
Prices Cat to the Quick.
Trimmed Uatt begln.nt 08c.
Untrlmmedllutsbogln at 'J5c.
Reasons why wo plense onr customers:
We have three hirno stores.
Wo buy direct from the manufacturers.
We employ none but experienced help.
We guurantoa our goods us represented or
A. R. SAWYER,
132 Wyoming Ave,
Bargains on Fancy Ham
mocks. A fancy $5
grade this season
for $2.50 and
Fancy PillowHammocks, $1.25
Bargains in Berries, Pines,
Fruits and Fresh
E. Q. Coursen
' Wholesale and Retail.
Show which way the
trade wind blows our
Advance Sales of
Indicate by their
movements that a
hurricane is blowing
into the store.
We are showing all the new shapes and the
latest braids at prices that will not be tower
during the season.
Be Ready for
Sole Agents for
412 Spruce Street,
Use 2 B Christian's.
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When School Is Out t
Special Children's Classes In PIANO will be formed
at the SC HANI ON SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND LAN-
GUAGKS. Call at once at the New Studio, in the Car-
ter Huildiitf;, Adams Avenue and Linden Street, and se- T.
T cureiniorination ironi i'kui-, I'bftai.MiruN.
STRAWMATTINGS-Linen Warp. Fine Straw Japanese
Matting in figured all over or inserted patterns. The
fancy effects made for this season's trade are beautiful.
Dotted and Figured Swiss Curtain Goods by the yard
Reed and Rattan Rockers
We are having a great sale on them at $2.25, $3.50,
$4.50 and S5.00 each. They are the greatest values
offered, Bamboo Porch Curtains, all sizes.
8EBECKER I WATKIM8
406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Wo are still doing business at the
iomo old stand where wo have been for
twenty-two years past and most re
spectfully solicit tho patronage ot the
public as heretofore In awnings, tents,
Hags and all kinds ot society goods
8. J. Puhrman ft; Bro.
Ladies' and Gents'
"Wo havo taken a stop In tbo
right direction. Wo bought cau
tiously as tho season has beon ono
of disappointment as to tho
weather. Now wo aro in a posi
tion to offer you remarkable val
ues at less than fornior wholesalo
Men's flno balbrlggan shirts and
drawers, mndo first class, all sizes.
Actually worth 35c.
Cash price, 23c each.
Men's flno Camels' Hnlr and Nat
ural Wool shirts nnd drawers, summer
weight. "Worth 752.
Cash price, 40c each.
Men's flue Bibbed Balbrlggan shirts
and drawers, well made, covered
seams, extra lino guaze.
All sizes, 49ccnch.
Ladies' Cotton Bibbed Vests, with
or witnout sleeves, wortu loo eacn.
3 for 25c.
Ladies' fine Blbbod Vests in white
and ecru, taped neck, excellent qual
ity, worth 10c each,
2 for 25c.
By the use of my new local anaesthetic. No
Bleep-producing agent. It is simply mpplled
to the gums nnd tho tooth extracted without
a particle of pnln.
All other dental operations performed posi
tively without pain.
is ii se
WARRANTED 5 YEARS.
Thene nre the tamo teeth other dentists
charge from $15 to 25 a sot for.
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES.
Gold nnd Forcelnln Crowns; Gold, Sliver
nnd Cement KllltngK, nt one-half tho usual
cost. Kxamlnatlonfrco. Open evenings 7 to
8. Kuudnys 0 to 11 n. 111.
OB. BARRETT, DENTIST
316 Spruce Street,
Next Door to Hotel Jermyn.
Goods nt less than one-half price, Open
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8,
Including the painless extracting of
teeth by an entiroly now process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
331 Spruce St., Opp. Motel Jermyn.
- - - 4 - M - - f - M - 4 - M - Ullllll -H-
320 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton Pa.
Wholesale and ltctall
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
Rcndy Mixed Tinted Paints,
Convenient, Economical, Durable
rroduclngl'crfcct Imitation of Kxpemlra
Reynolds' Wood Finish, ,
Especially Designed for Inside "Worii'
Marble. Floor Finish,
Durnblo nnd Dries Quickly,
Paint Varnish a.tVcl Kal
PURE UNSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE.
The Fines! linerof
, a tS'illti
Ever seen in Scranton. Silver
Gilt and Silver set with Ame
thysts, Carbuncles. Garn'eis
and Turquoise, mounted on
Silk, Leather"- and- the 'latest
Thing, Leather covered with
May be found at
MERCEREAU & CONNM'sT
AGENTS FOR REGINA MUSIC BOXES,
130 Wyoming Ave,.
Sohmer Piano Stands at tha Head
AND J. W. GUERNSEY Stands at the. Head
In tho Music track. You can always get n
better bargain at bis beautiful warerooms
than at any otbor placo in the city.
Call and soo for yourself before buying,
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. QUERNSEY, Prop.
A. E. MBS'
213 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sets,
Rogers' Silvar -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
' REPAlHEtJ BY
LACKAWANNA' LUBRICATING. CO,
1212 'CAPOUSE AVE,
The Eye Specialist
Is now at his now quarters at
215 Lackawanna Avsnua, in
Williams' Shoe Store
Ho has fitted up n fins Optical 1'nrlor,
vrliero lie examine the eyes frcu nnil price
for Hpectncle nro the cheapest In the city.
You can gel the very Intent denlmi In frumei
or frnmelets trimmings. He hatt been In this
city for 11 number of yearn and bin ulMiiyi
Ruiiruntced vutlsfuctlon und will continue to
dothexume. All nervous huuilucht-s can In)
relieved by getting the pioper ylaato;! nil
Justed to youreyes.
DONT FORQCT TUB PLACB,
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store. .
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