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4 .tm "1 kLkI ihe .scitAOToisr .ToiiBtrarai-.TinunsDA.T mornino, September 2, iiwit. V s " ''NEW'ifobKS AT' NORTON'S The Christian by Hall Calne, author of the Manxman, Deemster, etc. Phronslc Pepper, by Margaret Sidney, author of the Five Utile Peppers. Jerome, by Mary E. Wllklns, Wisdom of Pools by Margaret Dcland, author of John Ward, Preacher, and others. Pursuit of the Houseboat by Hangs. The Power of Woman by Gunter. A Har Sinister, by author Dr.Jack, 50c Fort Fraync, by CnpL King, 50c. Garrison Tangle by Capt King, 50c. How to Know Wild Flowers, by Mrs. Dana, ncw,revlscd and enlarged cdltlon,$i.75- Ten Nights in a liar Room, illustrated and complete for 7c Taylor's New Scranton Directory for 1897. M. NORTON, 522 Lackawanna Ave. Have a Cigar? Thank Don't enro If Ida Ah, tills Is 11 Popular Punch I'm In luck. It's my fu orlto. Garney, Brow.i & Go. Norrman & Moore FIRE INSURANCE, 120 Wyoming Ave. Well Tcstctl ami with One Acclaim the Public Proclaims Lackawanna, TUB 'AUNDRY. Established IBS.".. 308 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN. DR. W. B. HENWOOD, DENTIST 3!6 LACKAWANm ftVE. 5 Ilnvo opened n General Insurance Olllco In IS' liest Stock Companies represented. 1-nrgo linen especially solicited. Telephone 1803. A Scranton girl has returned from her summer outing with a number of trophies In the shape of spoons "col lected" from hotels, steamers, yachts, swell Pullman cars, and other points on her tour. They are frankly dis played and are the object of much envy among her friends. You needn't look so shocked; she Isn't any worse than a Scranton man who brought home "souvenirs" In the shape of brass candlesticks and sundries from old French, England and Welsh Inns. His feminine friends and relatives were unaffectedly delighted to receive them as gifts, and they display their Ill-gotten gains with much pride, although the purloiner made no secret of the way In which they were acquired. Ho reasoned that the Innkeepers charged him for candles and things that ho didn't use, so he had to reimburse him self In some manner. He was a peach vender and he hnd a big voice and a big load of peaches, yesterday afternoon, warranted "large, solid yellow Delaware peaches." Ho sold a great many baskets on the "Hill," and a great many housewives, In examining their purchase after his departure, decided that he had "sold" ns many women as baskets of fruit. The bottom of each receptacle was well filled with peaches the size of olives. It wasn't long until there was an un usual spectacle In that locality. Sev eral ot tho buyers were discovered streaking down the avenue in search of their bunco man. On the way they decided to bo foxy in their approach nnd not tell him the real errand upon which they were bent, but lead him to believe that they wanted more fruit. So one woman went on ahead and ho returned to her house with alacrity. Then the others gathered about and volubly explained their grievance nnd demanded their money. Tho man looked a little scared, but he was pretty brave after all, for after considering the matter a moment he remarked: "Nit, I don't glvo no money back on a Wednesday, It's bad luck; couldn't think of it, but" as they began to berate him for a fraud, ho hastened to add, "Tell you what I'll do. I'll swop baskets with every one of ye," which he did forthwith, pouring out the con tents and proving that he really had eome honest merchandise. Then he went oft muttering: "Derned If I'd 'a thought.lt! Catch me comln' up among tho swells again. Stingy as p'lson!" There were some women not designed by Providence to ride a bicycle, if a yf0'.5 C .- ,w. vf,j V IS Early Fall Shapes and Colors. WATERS. Hatter, Furnisher, Haberdasher. 'J05 Lackawanna Ave. &i'evi&'K-. .. BEFORE BREAKFAStTI mVi A fi ithort skirt must be part of the com bination. For such, however, a boon Rccms to havo been devised In tho tall tan boots, nicely padded In the correct place, which can now be bought. Tho only worso thing than wearing tho clumsy cloth overgalters or leggings, which button over the shoes, Is not to wear them, but to appear on a wheel In low tics and stockings which arc often scarcely modest. Tho pretty, laced boot, coming well to the Unee, Is the only sensible and attractlvo foot gear for tho whcclwoman's wear. A small Mulberry street girl, all gay In her prettiest frock, was asked where she was going Inst Sunday. "Why, to tho Second 1'resbytorlan church, of course," she answered, with dignity. "I'm going to hear Dr. Nichols preach. He's the man that advertised me." Evidently the rites of baptism and success In business were slightly mixed In her little head. PERSONAL. Miss Mamie and Annlo Stanton have re turned from Washington, D. C. blisses Ida nnd Victoria Clruencr have returned from llnrtford, Conn. Mrs. Spencer and daughter, SIlss Maymc, of Pino street, aro homo from As bury Park. Superintendent Goorso Howell Is In WIlkes-Hnrre today lecturing at the teachers' Institute. Judge P. P. Smith has gono to the Thou sand Islands for rest nnd recreation until tho fall session of tho Superior court. Itcv. P. W. Whlppen, of All Souls' Unl versallst church, has returned from his vacation outing and services will bo re sumed next Sunday. Thomas H. Howe has returned from Colorado. C. S. Seamans, who wni with Mr. Howe In tho west, will not return to Scranton for several weeks. DUNNINQ'S MEN WILL MARCH. Employes oT tho Street Commission ers' Department Aro Appreciative. To show their appreciation of the successful efforts of the Central La bor union In giving them the bene fits of the eight hour law. the "em ployes of the street commissioner's de partment will turn out In a body In the Labor Day parade, next Monday. International Journeymen Horse shoers union, No. 7S, of Scranton, met last evening In A. O. U. W. hall to make arrangements for participating In the parade. The union was decided to have a big representation in line, and to complete arrangements. An other meeting will be held next Satur day night at 331 Penn avenue at 8 o'clock. The parade will start at 1.30 o'clock P. m and not 10.30 o'clock a. m., as erroneously stated. The first division will form on Linden street, right rest ing on Mlfilln avenue. The second di vision will form on Mlfllln avenue, right resting on Linden street. The line of march will be up Linden to Wyo ming to Spruce to Franklin to Lack awanna to the bridge, countermarch to Washington to Pine to Qulncey to Laurel Hill park. RAILROADERS WILL PICNIC. V. .11. C. A.jllnilrond llrnuch, Will Go to Heart Lake Sept. 7. The members of the nailroad depart ment of the Young Men's Christian as sociation and their families will enjoy a day's outing at Heart lake, on the Montrose branch of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad, on Tuesday, Sept. 7. It will be a compli mentary affair, no tickets being sold, nnd the attendance will be limited to members of tho association and their families. Most of the railroad people will take their lunch baskets and picnic In tho beautiful woods surrounding the lake. In the morning there will bo a base ball game between the married men, cap tained by Conductor George Froun felker, and the single men, under tho leadership of Frank Relf, of the Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western car shops. In the afternoon there will bo races, for which prizes have been of fered. The generosity of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western management has made It possible for the Railroad department to offer this treat to its members. The committee In charge of the outing are Frank Bryant, W. G. Young, D. J. Whiteford, George M. Hallstead, C. W. Dunn, Adam Froun felker, 13. T. Swartz, Frank Relf and V. D. Glover. FUNERAL OF DANIEL SILKMAN. Laid nt Host Yesterday in Forest Hill Cemetery. The funeral of the late Daniel Silk man was attended yesterday afternoon from the family residence, 2039 North Main avinue. The large thronpr of mourners nnd sympathizing friends contained many of the city's most iirominent men. The services were conducted hy Rev. William Edgar, of the Methodist Epis copal church. Music was furnished by a fiuartette. The pall-bearers were selected from Mr. Sllkman's business associates. They were: Ambrose Mulley, J. T. Nyart, Henry Hurlburt, G. W. Grif fin and William Love. Tho remains were then conveyed to Forest Hill cemetery, where they were laid to rest beside those of his wife. SUNDAY BALL PLAYING. Olyphant CliTRymnn Aro Trying to Prevent Sabbath (Janios. The case of Olyphc H ministers against Sunday ball players of the same pla.ee was postponed from 10 o'clock yesterday morning to next Fri day afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Warrants have been Issued for seven alleged violations of the Blue laws, but only throe were present for tho hearing1 yesterday. Two games are scheduled for next Sunday, but the clergymen say they will stop them If possible. At the I.ycoum. Tomorrow evening at the Lyceum the "Twin Saints" will be presented by the self same company that will launch It on Its New York run nfter Its preliminary road tour. The organi zation Is said to be tho most expensive that will leave New York this season. Klondylio Investment Compnuy, 801 and SOX .Hears HnlMlng, Scranton, ,ln. Hooka will be opened for subscrip tions to tho capital stock of tho com pany at tho office, Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1897, at 10 o'clock a. m. Kcrnuton Conservatory of .Mjsic. Fall term beglni Wednesday, Sept. 8. See advertisement on this page. Send for urosriectus. Flatulence Is cured by BEECHAM'S TILLS BISHOP RULISON DIES IN GERMANY Notice of Ills Demise Reaches Dcthlehcm from Manlielm. HIS VISIT ABROAD INEFFECTUAL Short Sketch of tho Noted Protestnnt Jlplscopnl Churchman Who Went to Ktiropo in Scnroh ot Health Only to Expire an foreign S0II--II0 Wns Well Known In Scranton, Whcro Ho Unit Hosts oi rriondt. "Word was received In this city yesterday that tho night Key. Nelson Somorvlllo Itullson, D. D., bishop ot Central Pennsylvania, died In the morning, after a brief Illness, at Manhelm, Germany, nishop Itullson had been Ind,lsposed for several months and by the action and desire of tho diocesan convention, held in Juno last, ho was given leave of absence for six RT. REV. NELSON SOMERVILLE RULISON, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, Who Died Manheim, Germany, Yesterday. months for restoration to health. Ac companied by one of his daughters, he sallol for Europe on July 27, and has been under treatment at Manhelm. His freiiuent visits to Scranton during the past fifteen years, both as bishop and us assistant to tho ven erable Rlshop Howe, who died a few years ago, were always occasions of welcome from tho hovvr.il J5pIsco,ial parishes and missions In this city. He had many hundreds of warm friends and admirers among his own and olhor denominations bore. An Associto'l Press dispatch from Rethlehem last night confirmed the earlier reports of Rlshop Rulirnn's death received by prominent Episco palians In this city. The dead bishop was born at Carth age, N. Y., In 1S43. He graduated at the General seminary In 1S66, and held rectorships at Morris, N. Y.; Jersey City and Cleveland. In 1SS5 he was elected assistant bishop of the Cen tral Pennsylvania diocese of the Pro testant Episcopal church and four years later became bishop In full charge of the diocese. The church of the Na tivity, In South Bethlehem, was made his pro-cathedral a few years ago.when the bishop took up his episcopal resi dence there. Bishop Rullson was president of the board of trustees of Lehigh university and of the library committee. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. C. P. Coleman, Mis. Rev. Dr. Elwood Wor cester, of Philadelphia; Miss C. Con stance Rullson, a student at Bryn Mawr college, and Miss Edith Rullson. His body will be brought to this coun try for Interment. . CARPET MILL FOR SCRANTON. Olio l'roposcd--Wil Ho Considered by Hoard of Trndr. A carpet manufacturing concern wants to establish a mill In this city. A meeting to consider the matter will be held this evening by the manufac turers' committee of the board of trade. Secretary Athertoni of the board of trade, has already carried the nego tiations through the preliminary stages, but tho question of free site and other matters will now have to bo considered by tho committee. NEW LATE MAIL. Letters for Lehigh Valley nnd South ern Points to Lcnvo nt 11 p. in. A recent change In railway timetables now enables the Scranton postofllco to dispatch a mall for Philadelphia, lower Lehigh' valley points and southern cit ies as late ns eleven o'clock p. m. on week days. Tho evening street letter box col lections lor the Green Hldge, Provi dence, Hydo Park. Cedar avenuo and Sanderson Hill setlons of the city will be In time for this new late mall." DROPPED DEAD AT PLYMOUTH. James Atherton Suddenly i:pircs Lust livening Ncnr IIIn Homo. Last evening James A. Atherton, out side foreman at No. 4 Delaware and Hudson mine, dropped dead on the side walk In front of his residence. Mr. Atherton has been 111 for the past month and yesterduy was the first day that he worked. After eating his sup per ho started down town for some medicine. lie had walked but a little distance when he reeled and fell to the sidewalk directly In front ot his resi dence on Willow street. Owen Mor gan and William D. Lewis saw him and rushed to his assistance. lie was carried Into the house and a physician was summoned, lie had, however, ex pired before Dr. Whitney arrived. Tho physician pronounced death due to apo plexy. Mr. Atherton was a well-known citi zen of Plymouth. Ho had been fore man for the Delaware and Hudson company for the past fifteen years. First as foreman at No. 4, then trans ferred to old No. 6. When old No, 5 was abandoned he was transferred to new No. B and during hla recent III ncra ho was again transferred to his old post at No, 4. lie was of a retir- Ing disposition and was welt liked by his men. Most of his leisure time was spent with his family. He was a veteran of the late war, a private In Company a, Third regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Ho was 52 yearn old last April. He Is survived by his wife and one Bon, Arthur, wclgh mastcr nt No. C, Delaware and Hudson. He had also threo sisters and two brothers living. The sisters aro Mrs. 13. It. Peckcns, of Plymouth; Mrs. P. D, Wnmbold nnd Mrs. It. F. Fillmore, of Scranton. The brothers aro located In tho west. Tho funernt will be held Friday af ternoon nt 1 o'clock, nev. O. L. Sover son will ofllctato and Interment will be made In Forty Fort cemetery. Yester day's 'Wllkes-Darre Times. MYSTERIOUS ASSAULT. Duffy Snys Ho Wns Wnylnld by nn Unknown .Mini, A young man on his way to bis home on West Market street, late Friday night, heard groans coming from the foot of the embankment near tho Mary street Intersection and climbing down discovered John Duffy, of. Klser ave nue, lying on a heap of Atones, half at unconscious and badly bruised and cut. Duffy, according to the story he told when he recovered, was set upon by five men about an hour previous and knocked over the embankment with a stone. He does not know his assail ants and can't explain why he was as saulted. His injuries, except for a bad contusion on tho knee, are not ot a serious nature. WAS HE AN EX-SCRANTONIAN ? Wife of a Theatrical Malinger Stabs Her Alleged ltlvai. According to an Associated Press dispatch from Chicago, Mrs. Fran ces E. Mlddlcton, the wife ot George Mlddlcton, a theatrical man ager, stabbed Belle Carmen, a variety actress, perhaps fatally. Jealousy was the cause asslcned. In Scranton seven years ago a George MIddleton was associated with George E. Davis, now proprietor of Davis' theatre. In the management of the old Wonderland theatre and muse um. It Is not known whether or not the Identity of the Chicago MIddleton and the ex-Scrantonlan MIddleton are Identical. L. A. W. WILL PROSECUTE. Bicyclist Who Una Down .Mrs. Hcnloy Is to Iln Punished. The League American Wheelmen, through Its local consul, B. J, Beamish, will prosecute nt law the case of Mrs. John Healey, who was run down and Injured by a bicyclist at the corner of Washington avenue and Olive street, July 2C. This will be the first case of tho kind prosecuted by League officials In Scranton. Mrs. Healey is still suffering from her Injuries. She has been at tended by Drs. Burge and Kearney. DURIED IN A TREN'CH. Worlanun Was Caught in a Tall of Earth and Injured. Michael Hepulla, of Dunmore, a la borer, had a narrow escape from death by being caught In a fall ot earth In a sewer trench on South Washington avenuo yesterday. The earth pinioned Kepulla, who was burled up to his neck. Ho was extri cated by fellow-workmen after ten minutes of rapid work, and was taken to the Lackawanna hospital In an am bulance. His arm was sprained and his body bruised. .Marriage Licenses. Thomas Williams and Jennie Evans, of Scranton; Louis Fritz and Sarah Ann Gussert, of Clifton; John W. Bennett and Katie Hrody, of Carbondale; George T, Tendered, of Jermyn, and Gertrurto A. Powell, of Scranton: Alfred Powell and Margaret J. Davis, of Scranton, were yes terday granted marrlago licenses. Tho Tnrr)tovn Widow. Vhe Lyceum will have a noteworthy attraction next Saturday, September 4th, when "The Tarrytown Widow" will be produced. The play is of the farce comedy order and was one of the notable successes of last season. ' Ilnvo You Hatcn Too Much? Tnlio Horstord'n Acid Phosphate. People Impose on the stomach some times, giving It more than it can do. "Hereford's" helps to digest the food, and puts the stomach into a strong and healthy condition. The Misses Merrills' private school, 612 Jefferson avenue, for primary and Intermediate pupils, opens Monday, Sept. 13. Wall Dressed Men wear laundrled linen. The place to ob tain it Is at the Crystal, Telephone. Twining, optician 125 Penn avenue, in Harris' drug store. Hours 9 a, m.. 6 p. m. Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey, teacher of elocution, oratory and delsarte, 107 Wy omlng avenue, SCALDEMA HAD A TRICK OF HIS OWN lie Fooled the Police to Escape Impend lag Punishment. PLAYED POSSUM FOR FIVE HOURS Ho Snnppcd a Revolver nt Spcclnl Officer Hnrry Courtrlght in Ray mond Court nnd When Arrested Dropped ns if Srnosolcss-At tho Hospital Ills Attempt to Etcnpo Wns rrtutrntcd-.Sout to tho County Jnll to Awn It Trial. For ways that are dark and tricks that are vain John Scnldema, tho man who attempted to shoot 'Special Of ficer Harry Courtrlght In Raymond court Tuesday night, may be safely matched against Bret Harte's heath en Chinee. He was sent to the county Jail yesterday In default of $500 ball by Mayor Bailey, but It was only the watchful eye of an orderly at tho Lack awanna hospital which gave his honor the chance to umpire tho case at all. When Scaldema. fell to tho sidewalk on Penn avenue as ho saw the star on Patrolman McMullen's chest nnd was taken In the patrol wagon to tho Lackawanna hospital the man was playing one big game of bluff. Scaldema snapped a revolver twice at Courtrlght, and once leveled his gun at the hero of many a tilt at law Ferdlnando Arrlgonl. Scaldema prob ably knew that the offense was a se vere one so -with remarkable clever ness he feigned unconsciousness. Tho police remembering of one Washington Davis were only too glad to cart Scal dema to tho hospital. He was placed In a bed In the main room but the phy sicians could find nothing about him on which to administer. Scaldema breathed regularly and his pulse showed no unusual haste. MYSTERY EXPLAINED. The mystery was explained when a few hours after the doctors had left Scaldema, an orderly happening to look at the fellow's bed saw Scaldema lift his head and peer cautiously about the darkened room. The only light was from the ante rooms and these threw a shadow on the orderly, while Scal dema was In plain sight. The man after satisfying himself that there was no one In the room, carefully and slowly moved one foot from under the bed-clothes and then the other. He was about to step upon the floor when tho orderly sprang to him and by main force threw him back Into the bed. Scaldema at once relapsed Into his fake unconsciousness. Several times during the night the mnn with the patent-medicine name attempted to escape, but the orderly was by his side at all times. At (i o'clock a. m., as It tired of playing possum, Scaldema sat up and asked for something to eat. At 8 o'clock he was taken to tho police station and given the very proper kind of medicine a berth at the county Jail. AT MOSES TAYLOR HOSPITAL. Two Accident Cases Wero Itcccivcd Thcro Ycstcrdny. M. T. Itaudenbush, aged 42 years, of 1122 Mulberry street, a fireman on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, was taker, to the hospital yesterday, suffering from slight Injuries. John Cuslck, aged 31 years, a miner In the Oxford mine, was suddenly taken 111 while at work yesterday. He was cared for at the hospital. Cuslck lives on South Seventh street. DIED FROM HIS INJURIES. .Miner Hnrt, nt M'illinm A. Colliery, Killed by a fall of Hoof. Antnony Goldrlck. was Injured by a fall of roof at William A. colliery, Duryca, yesterday, and died a few hours after he had been taken to the Lackawanna hospital. The man's legs were fractured and he was terribly bruised. To Cure n Cold in Ono Dny. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it foils to cure. 25 cents. 1 BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. Facts Count--Those who have watched our progress in the past (while other houses have gone back) must know that there is but one cause for it: That we give our cus tomers more for their money than can be obtained elsewhere: We have just opened ioo rolls of Ingrain and Tapestry Carpets that will be put in with our already large stock and sold at Old Tariff Prices. Fine Ingrain Carpets 40c. a yard Tapestry Brussels 50c. a yard OK 406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiPii I SCRANTON CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, A,Wft,0snftviVTtFnT.Nl P. S FACULTY QIUHEPI'K ALniKUTl.Itallnu Language. 55 ItOHKKTJ. 1IAUKH, Hand Instruments. S THKODOUK 1IAU8CHMAN, Jn., KJute. S B LKWIR K. IlltOWN, HlKht Hlnclni; nnd Muslcnl Dlctntton. MISS H. LOUIHK II AHUKMIKUOII, Pianoforte and Virgil Clavier. -J B THEOPOUKIIKMIIKHOKH, Violin, llnrmnny and Counterpoint. a S KUOUAKI) I.A.MAZK, French LnngtiURe. S -; J. ALKIIK1) PENNINGTON, Pianoforte, Orgun uud Theory. S 3 ItUV. J. W. RANDOLPH. Gernmn Ijinsuftge, S B MISS KATHARINE TIMIIKHMAN, Voice Culture nnd Singing. B MISS HESTER A. WOHTHINUTON, Drawing and Painting. B Fall Term Ucglns Wednesday, September 8th. Send (or Prospectus. nuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir. MALONEY OIL ID fllUFACTUHG CO. 1-11 to 1 10 Meridian Street.Scranton, Pa. Telephone 11(185. URNiNG, LUBRICATING AND CYLINDER OILS. PAINT DEPARTMENT.- Mnseod OH, Vnrnlsh, Dryers, Japan unit Hhlnglu tttalti. One Quart Porcelain Lined Mason Fruit Jars. Best Jar Made. Per Doz. Clarke Bros FORMAL FALLJPENING SATURDAY Sept. 4th. , AFTERNOON AND EVENING The Public Is Cordially Invited. f Hatters and Furnishers, 112 Spruce Street. ALSO OTHER FAIL STYLES In Black, Brown, Green, Etc., Now on Sale. BELL & SKINNER, Hotel Jarmyn Hatters, BEST SETS OF TEETH. $8, Including the painless extracting ot teetn by an entirely new process. S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.f 321 Spruce St, Opp. Hotel Jermyn. Jlrfl i of num. EB i WIT I N8 Turpentine, t-aad, Coal Tnr, Pitch, i 18 HI, 320 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton Pi. Wholesale nnd Kctnll DRUGGISTS. ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD, FRENCH ZINC. Ready 'Mixed Tinted Paints, Convenient, Economical, Durable Varnish Stains, Producing Perfect Imitation of KxponslT Woods. Reynolds' Wood Finish, Especially Designed for Insldo Work. Marble Floor Finish, Durable and Dries Quickly. Paint Varnish and Kal somine Brushes. PURE UNSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE. SohiM Piano Stands at tha Hud AND J. W. GUERNSEY Standi at the Head In the Muslo track. You can always get a bettor bargain at his beautiful warerooms than at any other place In tha city. Call and see for yourself beforo buying, 205 Washington Avenue, SCRANTON, PA. J. V. GUERNSEY, Prop. , gjiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmu I Baby I Ml M xm m Carriages 5 for all the Babies at U.D. & s SS 31 j and 314 Lack. Ave, Scranton. K SimiiimiHiimmiiiiiiimiiiiim.iiR CARPETS New goods bought at old rates makes the price we have placed on them tempting to buyers. Draperies, Etc. We carry everything usu ally found in an upholstery and drapery stock. Designs and estimates are given and work done by skilled artisans, Window Shades a specialty, all colors and widths. Samples and esti mates mailed, 408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE SILVERSTONE, The Eye Specialist WHOSE ofTlco Is nt s" "T 'Jin liiieknwnn. riinnrMVn OJw na nvenne, in Will. IMPUUPLU Jmxi inrnf White Front Hltoe Store, examines the e)e free In tho most accurnto way, nnd his prices for Hpco tuning are chcuner DDnDfD 'bRI1 elowhere. A la nifl K!&'tiL2-. mcntnblelndinerenco PUOPIB3 saaer w to the proper care of theejes seem to po KttH most people until the time comes when headaches, Imperfect S&IJ01 vision.or inner lesuun of such neglect clvo warning that nature in rebelling ugntnst such treatment of one ot the most precious gifts. Normal vislou Is a blessing unappreciated until It has been loit and restored; Its full value is then realled. Therefore, you should not lose a day beforo having your eyes examined. Thlsservlco wo gladly reuder nee of charge. RGMGMUER THE PLACE, 215 Lackawanna Avenue In the White Pront Shoe Store. Lowest Prices In Hats ami Finnish lugs. DUNN'S MS rartflKfcJB- 1m ryurir "mB nf KERR'S gW S?a& "