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M-V-H- 4-M"M-H--H"M-i-H f4-M-
If vou cnn't keep under
cover at this season, you
can at Ic.ist keep vour
feet under cover. Then
you aie comparatively
We have them in all
kinds that are good, and
all ptices good for the
I SCHUli SPENCER, f
I 410 SPRUCE STREET, t
tt.mirs niilu-sir.i Inst nlhlit fuinlsli
mi Mi for a il inc. nt litem, N Y.
I'iim Mithndlsts ntc holding revlv il
im tings nt Vuiil. over) night All uro
The funeral si-rvlus ot 1'. !" John m
will l In-Ill from his lute tosldotiio. WS
Ad.inis avenue, Tbilisi! iv at J p. m.
Tin- Spiustits will h.ivc a iliiiiie at the
Ulf i It- rluli tonight. Oppi-nliolm s 01-ilii-tr.i.
(il VVIIkes-IS.it re. will furnish tlio
Mrs. K'l.iliitli ' ewls will Kit'- mi ln
fi'iniHl nrtoinnon il.incc- at 12celsoi hull.
Ntw Yi'dt'n afternoon f i imi ', to h n clock
Music by Lawrence ordiostt.i.
Oik- of tin- h iiuNonii st mill most nrtls
tie inlcudiirs of tin n-ir h.is Just lit fit
issued by Mogul get- Hrolhurs it Is be
ing ill-liiliiiUil to thi-lr p.ittons Willi tln-lr
The rutioi.il of Mi -j Putiiik Mori In. of
'IT Hamilton stieet will tnki pi.iip l-'il-i'n
nl .i .i1) 11. in. with "oil inn 'l'sli m iss
of iiipiiLin ft urn Hulj (tn'H church
PRISONER SHOWED FIGHT.
Shechiiii, Aroused ol Abusing III
V He. Tiercel) lti-itoil Arret.
Theto wji ,i lively -etlnimdge Tit'-s-dn
evening bi-tweon John Shot Inn,
a South' Washington nvi-iitu rlur.tr
lir, and Detective Will I-' Cllffowl
Tlio latter hail attested Shedum on a
v.nitunl finia Alili-rniuu Millar's olllio
on a clintfe of a'usdng his wld'.
At the dour of hl house Hhoehan
liolteil away fioni Clifford and l in up
I'.lti-r stri-M to Codar avenue and
thence to th'i- rnilinid .nd near the
blast furnace wluie ho hid Clifford
found him p. nil consentul to n lotuin
to Shoehan's homo for his hat and
coat. When they leached the pi ice
Flioi Inn laid? down on the Hour and
l'fus-od to loae. Chffoid seized him
and a lleii-e struggle ensued.
Mioohan called to hN daiiKhter to
I Iuk a razor nut Cliflord broiiftht the
Initio to a close bv ltatlr.ir Hhodmn
i or the head with I l club and hand
mill tig him. When the julr uached
tin iiiil'i'innn'o ollke each was nn un
lovrly slRht to see fen tilted by cuts,
ldi.od and toin tlothes
Sheehan wjs committed to Jail In de
l.'Ult uf S"00 ball.
BATCH OF GLOVE CONTESTS.
YHlt Ho Decided .Hominy .Night in
Co. II, Armor).
Quite nn extensive piogrmnme of
piellmlnniy bouts has been aiianged
to piecede the Poole-Lyon glove ion
test next Monday nlpht in Coiiip.ui II
ni mm y at Provid-nce
The minor bouts will be: John TIruo
nnd pannier, I!-1 omul exhibition. Jack
.Ionian and John Mniiett, (5 mtinils;
Kid Hay and Hilly Davis, of Scianton,
6 l minds; Andy Phalen and Frank
Lewis, c rounds.
"lurried nt Ciitliedinl.
Mis. Mmy F. Catlln and William
Walsh, of the South Side, weie mar
lied Tuesday afternoon in St. Peter's
mthedial by Hev. J. A. O'Hellly. Miss
Mamie Devlno was biidiismald and
Fiank Walsh giunmsmau.
The Aiiuunl Iuteutorv.
The annual Inventoij at the Hillside
Home was made esteiday by Kecie
tar Lynott and Dlrrctors LangstnlT,
Muiphy. Teippe, Fuller, Paine, Shot
ten and Hiooks, ot the pool boaid.
EVAN'S. In West Scianton, Dee. a. lvi7,
William, the 2-jenr-olil sun ot Mr. aim
Mis. Thumus i:. Huns of Washburn
siieot, at the jMiiiital luslileiice. ru
nt ml announcement latir.
ltl TPITIH In West Ser.ininn i)ic. is.
1VS7. John W Orllllths. lo uirs ol age,
at bis residence 1101 Kvnon stieet. i'u.
nei.il announcement Inter.
O IturUKi:.-ln Tobvlianna, Dee ft. JS17,
Hugh O'Homke, aged it, juiis. Til
iivinl from his home in Toblianna. A
iciiuiem muss 111 be begun at ' o'do. k
In the Tob hiiunu I'athollo church, llu
rial at Tob'-lmnnii.
SCHANTON.-In Womlng. Dee. 2), 1S17,
Mrs. Hlli-n C, widow of the lute Helileii
T Scranton, nf Oxfoiil, N. J. Hrlef su
Uesat the Henri liiimi-stouil tomorrow
it 7n o'clock, iuteinii'iit Saturda i.t
Jxford. N. J.
We will sell all cigars in
our case, including Imported,
Key West and Domestic at
the above pi ice for a few
days. There are cigars worth
$i2oo a thousand in the
SCRANTON CASH STORE
F. P. PRICE, Agent. X
HE PAID A VISIT
TO A COAL MINE
Novelist Crnwlord, However, Will Not
Embody What he Saw In a Story.
MAY CONSIDER STRIKE QUESTION
I'hcrc lan I'mxllillltv 'Hint Ho Will
vVcnvu n It am it ii ra with Conllict
Itctwci'ii t npltnl mill I.nlior its tlio
llub-.SubJect liir n New Lecture
SiiBRCdtcil In Him V lilcli I Receiv
ing Consideration--Mcnl to Now
R Mm Imi Ciawford left for New
Yoik at a. 10 M'Hteidin ufteinoon after
spendliiB the mornlnR In looklns about
the city In company with He v. I). J.
Mnilloldiltk he went down In the
Pine llrook shaft and aftel winds took
u ill He about the city. It wn the Hint
time he had ovn- been In n coal mine
and he expiewcs himself ns lielltB de
lighted with the etpeilence. Scranton
struck him as belnK a veiy wide awake
city and h said he promised hlmolf
an extended lslt here nt the earliest
After dinner nt his npattmentfl In
Hot-1 Jeimjn one of his tisltins hnv
ItiK In mind the familiar accusation
analnst nuthois nald Jocosely "I sup
pose we can look for a hook built on
coal mines In the near Tutute, Mr.
"Well, haidly that," he replied with a
hemtv ItiiiRh. "I know very little
about urn! minim; and what knowledge
I absorbed today was lather limit' cl
of coin se not enough to even wat
rimt me writliiK n book on II."
ktimkks inti:ki:st HIM.
In a Fi'iloiiH vein, he said that stilkes
howeter had Intel eslcd him ery much
and he hud pit en the subject much at
tention. It was possible he Bald that
he inlfiht esea.t to deal with the matter
In ttoiy foim at some not distant day.
At present h is seiloiisly contein
platlnK an extended season nf lectur
ing. It has been miBRpsted to him that
he ptepme a tlnee part leetuie on
Chilstlanity, Huddhlsm nnd Mohani
medanlni and after h eklnn the coun
sel of his ft lends as to the advisability
of this undettakiiiR he finds hlnihelf
Inclined to enter upon the wolk.
ThroURh his H-sldenee In Home and
the Hnst and his intL-iiniii.se with many
of the fornnost men of the Huddhist
and Mohammedan faiths some of his
wannest personal friends belnK nf
those nllKloijs In- has had his interest
keenly moused lit these mibjetts nnd
finin his uiio opnoi tunltk-s and love
of stud.t and ltseaich has acquired a
thoiouRh undeistaudiuB of them.
, HIS NHW lhctpui:.
lie was nssurid by those In his hear
Iiib that II he undertook tills woik lie
and his manager would hnve no lest
or peace until Scranton had a taste of
it. Mr Crawford Mild It would always
lie a pleasure for liini to come to Si ran
ton If only to lenew the memoiles ot
the teiy pleasant lee option Riven hint
on tills Ills Hist Mslt He will spend
the lemalnder of the week In New
Yoik city and Monda nxt will stmt at
Detroit. Mich, on a lectuiint; tour
across the continent
THE SCHOOL BOARD CASE,
Demurrer Tiled to Hie Auiwcr aC tlio
A di'muiier to the school bonrd's an
swer In the John Jeriuyn quo wairanto
proceedings was filed esteiday by At
torney Ira H Hums.
The delimiter contends that even ad
mitting all the averments of the an
swer to be title, they are not sulllclent
to wairant c-otiit In ief using the peti
tion to oust the boaid of twenty-one.
The main contention of the iclator, it
Is stated, l.s thnt the boaid is vvoiklng
under the unconstitutional law and to
this nverment no answer is made.
This putH the cas at Issue and It Is
likely that on Mondny next couit will
fix a bpeclal date for aiguments. Some
day tow aids the latter part of the week
will. It is thought, be selected.
O'REILLY COUNCIL OFFICERS.
Altorncv John J. Murpliv Chosen
President for I8!IS.
John Ilovle O'Reillv council. Young
Men's Institute, has elected the follow
ing olllceis for IS9S: President, John
J. Muiphv, fit st vlcc-piesldent, Pat
rick H, Cilleian, second vlce-piesldent,
Jnmes Mm Ion; reconllnu secretin y,
Haitley Leonmd; financial secretary,
M. J. Halfeity; tieasurer. Jnmes L.
Onynui , mmshal, John Htchaidson;
Inside sentinel, Thomas Connors; out
side sentinel, Thomas Monahan; ex
ecutive committee, V.. P. Mitchell,
chalimmi. J. V. Cllffotd, John F.
Walsh, Thomas L. Conneiy, HIchaid
Itev. J. J. n. Feelev will, It Is ex
pected, be reappointed chaplain
FAIR OF HOLY CROSS CONGREGATION.
It is Attracting I.nree Crowds Night
ly to llellcvue.
The fnlr of the congregation of Holy
Ciors Catholic chuieh of Hellevuo Is
attinctlng laige cuiwds nightl. Kach
night n very entertaining programme Is
lendoied. Last nlaht Miss M. Niland,
Miss McLaughlin and Hdwmd Kelly
sang and Will Jennings, of Avocn,
gave a iccltation. The ptogianime for
tonight is ah follows: duet, Misses Net
tle and Mollle McDonald, of Olyphant;
vocal solos, JIIss May Kennedy, Miss
Lucy Mooney and James O'Malley.
Last night ticket No. GI!i won the
bairel of limit. Among the visltois
present fiom out of town wv-re Hugh
JennliiRS. ot Avnca; Father Holmes, of
Hlossbuig and Father Hurke, of Over
ton, TEN REGISTERED DOGS.
Only H Hnve ileen HegUtered
Since tlio County iin Formed.
Fredeilck Haldner. of 440 Willow
stieet, had his St. Heinnrd "Dleios"
duly rcBisteied In tho cleik of the
couits' olllco yesterday. He says he
gave the animal to one Charles Wob
laski to talse for him and thai AVob
laskl now wants to Jay claim to It.
That he might lie piepmed for n pos
sible lawsuit, he hud the dog icgls
tered. This is only the two hundred and
soventy-elghth entry made In the dog
registry blnie tho county wns estab
lished nineteen yems ago, The first
dog u-gistered was S. G.Kerr's "Hover."
This was on Dec, 6, 1879,
Coi ol tho Convention.
Tho executive committee of tho
Knights of Pythlns, which directed th
state convention In this city last Au
gust, met lust evening on clearing up
THE SORAKTON TR1BUJN
bualncss. It wits found thnt the af
falr co-it n little over $2,000. There la
more than enough money on hnnd to
pay nil expenses.
CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE MEETIN0.
At Hie ItoMitoiico ol Itnhlil I). M.
(Iinpinnu on A (I it til n Avenue.
The Jewish Chnutaun.ua circle met
last evenliiK nt the lesldence on Ad
ams avenue of llnlilil Wllllntn Chnp
man. of the I.lnden Stiet Temple. The
papeis tend were: "The Missing: Tribes
of Israel." by Mrs H N. Chnpmani
"The OrlRln of Man." l)r Chapmmii
"The iH'llultlon of tlio Hlble," Mrs. M.
.Simmons; "Hlstor) nnd Meaning of
Israel." Miss I.andau; "History of
Sldon." Miss Hessle Chapman; "Mean
Iiir nnd OrlRln of Mlzpnh." Miss Julia
Chapman; "History and OrlRln ot Sir
Walter 'Scott's Hdiecca," Miss Hebecrn
Oratz.of Philadelphia, by JIIss Hose
(lallen, "An Account of the Different
Cities of I.lbnnh," I. H I.andau; "HIs
toiy of the OiIrIii nnd the First In
stitution of the Ohetto." Miss ltertha
lloodninn; "The History of Nnlnon
Ides," Mlm liene Uooilmnn; "The Date
of the Institution of the KlnRS of Is
lael," Miss Jllnnle Ooldsinltli.
The meeting was well attended nnd a
most delightful evening was passed.
Tu Collector T. H. Itolnml, of Dun
more, Hie Dcleiuliinl.
A warrant, chaiging Tax Collector
T. K. Uoland, of Dunmoie, with ob
taining money undei false pteten.ses,
vwis yesterday Issued by Alderman
WiIrIU at the Instance of Charles
The complaint glows out of the no
tion of the tnx collector In causing
$1G i0 to bo deducted fioin Wnshbuin's
Nuvembei pay fiom the Pennsylvania
Coal company. The tat In question. It
would npponr, Is levied upon a prop
el ty In which Washburn has no Inter
est, futtlier than his wife, who was
foimerly Mis. Maty Mowry, is a bene
Helm j nf her tit st husband's estate, to
which It belongs.
Mis Washburn says tli.it when her
Hist husband died in July, 189J, the
piopeity was encumbered for $1,000.
She petitioned the council for nn ex
oneiiitlon nnd was assuied by Mr.
Young and later by Mr. Wilson that
she had been exnneinted. It appears,
howevoi, that only fifty per cent of her
taxes were exoneiated During the
foui l!lls thnt Intervened, she alleges,
Mr H.iland never made any demand
upon her for taxes and It was nut un
til her second husband's pay was at
tached that she lent ned that her taxes
had beeli only partly exoneiated.
When ai rested, Mr. Uoland went be
foie 'Squlio H W. Cooney and gave
$300 ball, furnished by P. D. Manley.
for his appearance for a heating befoie
Alderman Wiiirht at 10 o'clock tomor
MAY HAVE ROBBED A CORPSE.
Pierce Ilnd n Hull of .Honey When
Last M-cn Alive.
IirldReton, N. J.. Dec 29. The rela
tives of John Pleice, whose body was
found In a shant In Hairis' Orove yes
terday, believe that he was robbed
either befoie or after his death. They
cannot conceive why he should hnve
Rime into the shnntv Instead of going
on to his home, a couple hundred yards
fuithei, or why he undiessed himself
to go to bed.
He was known to have nearly $200
on Friday, and when at his son's house
on Satuiday, taking out some change
to give n little giandchlld, he displayed
a toll of bills Only $i was found In
his clothes, but his gold watch was
still In his vest pocket. They think he
died from pntulysK but wns taken into
tlio shanty and robbed by some one
who might have discovered him and
ACID IN A HORSE'S EYE.
A JiinlEiiinn's Itcnst Cruelly Hurncd
by n Minrrniut.
Flemlngton, N. J., Dec. 29. Soloman
Gale, n Junkman, dl.scoveied this morn
ing that some mlsc icant had duiing
tlio night pouied nitric acid Into the
eyes and ears of his hoi so. One eye
wns dc-stiojed and the poor beast's
ems weie hoiilbly binned. While Gale
was leading the hoise out to be Heated
he vvu.s aciosted by Han Is Ilutmnn, a
llvnl junkman, who Inquiied the na
tuie of the animal's tiouble.
Gale dlscoveied add upon Hei man's
overcoat and hat. He clinched with
Heiman and yelled for the police. Her
man snipped his coat and lied. Laige
quantities of the nltilc add were found
on the garment Justice A. H. Kline
Issued a w an ant for his nuest.
FIRE AT PORT-AU-PRINCE.
Three Thousand People Are Heiid
Poit-nu-Pilnee, Hnytl, Doc 29. At
11 o'clock last night a lire, which as
sumed consldciable piopoitlons on ac
count of lack of water to supply the
pumpH. broke out and destioved S00
houses, including a number of vvme
houses, a hotel, the Chut eh of St. Jo
seph and its paisonage. About 3,000
people were tendered homeless.
This morning at 0 10 theie was an
entthquako the dlstui bailees running
from north to south, lasting half a min-ut-
and causing slight crackn In the
emth Ther- weie no accidents, but
the populace was greatly nluunetl,
SEEING LIFE ON FORGED CHECKS.
Another Charge Lodged Agtinat
Atlantic City, N. J., Dec. 29. Addi
tional chuiges are being prefeired
against William Hlsley, Jr., of Pleas
antvllle, who was tecently committed
to the county Jail for the forgery of
Ills father's name to checks. Hlsley Is
of a good family, but wanted to gut
money to "see life."
He was served with another warrant
today, on the chaige ot passing a foiged
check on J. H. Hosearth, of Hlwood.
Ho Is wanted In Phlladdphlu and liul-
tlmoie for similar, offenses.
Ilolidai Son mi n Dance.
Columbus council, Young Men's In
stitute, of South Scianton, held a holi
day social In Selgle's academy last
evening. In point of attendance nnd
billlluncy the social was a piunounced
success. Miss Kate Illmdan played for
the dancing and V. J. O'Htlon was
master of ceremonies.
Nmull 1'irn On Ci-dur Avenue.
The fire alarm fiom llox CI yester
day ufteinoon was for 11 slight blaze
iu the kitchen of Phillips' saloon, E31
Cedar avenue. A few buckets of water
extinguished the llames.
Liver Complaints cured by HUKCII
.K-THURSDAY MOItNINGr, DECEMBER 30,
FATAL FALL FROM
A SLIPPERY ROOF
Bricklayer John Davis Meets With a
BOARD WAS NOT FIRMLY SECURED
Nnll Cnvo Wny mi it Cnused the Un
lorlunnte .11 nn to I'nll n Dlstnnco ot
Twenty I'cct to the I'ro'.-n (round.
Sustuiiiril I'utnl Internal Injiirlrn
nnil Died mi Hour mill it Ilnlf Alter
tlio AcelilL-nt--'ns n .Harried .Man.
John Davis, of 1G22 Capousp avenue,
a well-known bricklaying contractor,
was killed by fulling fiom the tout of
a house in (Ireen Hidge csteidny af
ternoon. l'- wiih engaged by the (Ireen Illdge
Lumber company to do the Inlck work
on a new house at Brighton place, near
the old rate cutuso and lestetduy lif
ter (linnet asc--tided to tin- roof to finish
The shlngl -h were covered with sleet
and snow and to avoid the danger of
slipping on tin in he luid a board Irom
the caves to the apex and after itn.ll
injr It down as he though secuiely
at the lower end pioceeded to i reop up
to the apex, nailing It as he went
He had leached about th- middle of
the boanl when the nails which were
too Hhort to take a firm hold in the
shingles, gave way and the boaid slid
fiom the roof, cairylug Davis with It.
His body shot clean off the scaffold
ing and fell a distance of twenty feet
landing on the frozen ground in the
adjoining lot. He struck on his left
side nnd wns rendered unconscious.
Fellow woikmen imried him Into a
ncmbv house and summoned Doi tors
Ccotgo J. Heillnghot nnd F. D. Hiew
ster to attend htm. lo was found to
have sustained fatal Internal lnluiles
and, as the physicians judge he would,
died within an h'our and a half after
The remains veto convejed to his
soiiow-stilcken home by Vndoituker
D. D. Jones.
Mr. Davis was 01 y?ais of age and
came to this city from his native
place, Cardiff, Will s, ovei thirty years
a,TO, having leslried In fireen Hidge nil
that time. lit was a member of Lack
awanna, Lodge, I. O. O. F., and th '
Mrleklayeis' I nlon. He was also a
ftithful attend nit of the Gleen Hidge
He Is survived by a wife and the fol
lowing sons and daughters: Mrs. W.
J. Appleman, of Thioop, Misses Mao
and Minnie Davis and William J. Da
vis, of this cltv and Hany II. Davis,
of New Yoik city.
POWER OF SPEECH RESTORED.
A Young Wo in nn Jlnde Dumb Troin it
Lightning Slrol.o Itrcoiers.
Chicago, Dec 29 Hy patient teach
ing the use of the lips for utterance.
Dr. Willis D Stnier. a staff physician
at Augustmia hospital, has restoied
the power of speech to Maggie K Lauf.
Tluec yenrs ago Miss Lauf'.s nervous
sstem was shatteied by a stroke of
lightning. Since that time and up to
nbrut six weeks ago, the young lady
had bei n unable to utter a sound.
Dr. Stoier tialncd MIsh Lauf to use
her lips as he would n child and after
ubout two weeks of lessons the young
lady suddenly pait tally regained her
voice, nnd with constant piactlce has
now entliel n. coveted the use of It.
CRUEL DEATH FOR AN OLD MAN.
Tell With n Lamp nnd Wns Slowly
Salem, N. J , Dec. 29. Conrad Blrch
melr was. In some stiange manner,
burned to "death In his homo on Olive
stteet this evening. The old man had
gone upstairs, ennylng a coal oil lamp
with him. It is supposed that he fell
and upset the lamp, as his chat led
body was found In the flames on the
The family knew nothing of the acci
dent until the flames had been discov
ered by the neighbors. Cot oner Car
penter deemed an Inquest unnecssary,
blleving the death to have been putely
DANCED THE HOOCHE-COOCHE.
Curious Complications in n Young
.linn's Nile's Suit lor Divorce.
naltlmoie, Mil., Dec. 29. Peter Nel
son's ptetty oung wife Is suing for
limited dlvoice. She charges ciuel
tteatment. He letnllates with tho ac-
usution that nhe is a high kicker and
a dancer of the hoocho-cooche. The
wife claims that her husband taught
her the dance, nnd that her only high
kick was at his hat On both occasions
the setvnnts weie present.
As the giound of her suit Mis. Nelson
alleges that her husband hus tieated
her with gteat ctuelty, cauning her to
have hysterical spclK This charge
Is denied by Mr. Nelson, He pays thnt
Mr. Nflson stuck n hatpin through
his hand on ono occasion when she
was lying on the lloor, npparontly un
conscious, after one of her npells, nnd
ho attempted to pick her up.
STRUCK DUMB BY A CURSE.
lint Recovered Ills Voico In n Pit at
Auger, nnd Sn)s "Tlinuk !odt"
Louisville, Ky., Dec 29. Patilek
Kelly, u haul wood llnlsher, who for
over n year has been dumb, suddenly
lecovered the use of speech yesterday
(luring a lit of angei llu was gieatly
surprised to Ilnd himself talking and
changed his vvoids fiom cuises to a
fcrvftit "thank Clod'" He wan former
ly employed in Wilmington, Del., and
It was when nbout to curse one of his
employes when his voice failed.
PRECOCIOUS PUPILS ELOPE.
Alter n Uriel Honeymoon They Will
Upturn to School.
Columbus. On.. Dec. 29. Fi link Con
Ky nnd Alice Hnlford, of this place,
both children of wealthy parents, rnn
away fiom school yostoidny and weie
mm rled Their parents heard of their
plans, and made efforts to prevent the
nuptials, but were too late.
The bride and bridegroom vv 111 start
to acluKil again un Monday.
Colonel Lowderiiiill. Dead,
Washington. Dec. 21. Colonel William
It. I.nvtdcrinllk (Hod hole today, aged CS
years Ho was an oiltior on General
llazen's staff, was (iiptuied at ritono
Hlver nnd spent tight months In I.iliby
prison. After the wai he tdlted a nevvs
paer at Cumberland, Mil., lib birthplace,
and was also postmaster.
SCHOFULA Is the advertisement of
foul blood. It may be entirely driven
from th system by th? faithful use of
Hood'ii Sarsapatilla, w'llch thoroughly
putlllcs the blood.
HOOD'S PILLS are easy to take.easy
to opei ate Cure indlg stlon, bilious
We place in win- W
dow on sale today )r
500 yard pictures. W
They are worth five O
times what we've
marked them. ?S
Mat cut to unlir
Your saving today
is just Si cents.
Choice of any pic
Yards of do;;, eats,
rotes, babies, ln w.iti-tlu-miiniH,
THE REXF0RD COMPANY
ao;l i.ac'Kaw'iiunii Avenue n.p
trltls and all
dent noltlvcl tilled, (iiover (jialiam s l)s
peptlu Itemed)' H a sueullle. Ono doo ie
moves nil dlstiesi, atida peimuiipiil tureof
tho most chronic and severe c lies Is guaran
teed. Do not sudor! A All-cent bottle will
convince the mod skeptical.
Matthews Hi us., Di (legists, tl'jn I.aeUa
NOW IS THE
Prices Greatly Reduced on Every Garment in
Our Cloak Room.
Our Garments Are Superior in Haterial, Style,
Fit and Workmanship.
Mears & Hagen,
415-417 Lackawanna Ave.
Quite possible with so
many to get presents for.
Maybe some one you for
got gave you something.
Why not give them a
NICH NEW YEAR'S
A visit to our store
will settle the question.
KUHB SHOE CO
Iu making presents noth
ing could be more thoughtful
iu the giver or bring more
solid comfort to the receiver,
whether man, woman or child,
than good shoes. We make
these suesrestious to our
patrons iu full confidence
that they will derive and be
stow more pleasure in mak
ing presents of shoes and
slippers than in giving other
and less useful things.
Did you ever notice the
look of pleasure on a boy's
face when lie receives his first
pair of boots. We will make
it easy for you to gratify
your little ones' wishes.
We offer for this week:
500 pair Children's Rubber
Boots, at 97c
600 pair Misses' Rubber
Boots, at $1.18
250 pair Ladies' Rubber
Boots, at $1.21
326 Lackawanna Avanua.
"Famous Old Stand."
TIME TO BUY.
1 CVxxvaTyfeAX.:- B
MILLAR I PECK,
1 134 Wyoming Ave. 1
11 Walk In nnd look around. II
KUHB HE CO
Are still the pret
tiest and warmest
for a parlor. We
have iS left over
from our Christ
mas stock, values
$2.00 to $5.00.
They go at two
I'eilinps wo can sell oii a lump; ttuj'rs
310 Lackawanna Ave.
J. H. LADWIQ,
MAAAAAA AAAA. 4
MIl'S BEE Ml
We're figuring close on
We've got a large stock
and must reduce it. If
you intend purchasing,
see our stock first.
BSffl'S BCE HUE
224 LACK. AVENUE.