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THE SCKAiNTON TRIJiUNE-TtTESDAY. MAY 3. 1893.
Men's Willow Calf Shoes at $3.00 The Newest Equal to ours ? Made ou the best style last, with popular toe, iu colors such as are uot to be had at auy store iu the city. A glaucc will prove it. f 110 SPRUCE STREET. Tho Wilkcs-Barro Ilecora can bo bad In Scranton at tho news stands of M. Melnhart, 119 Wyoming avenue; Mac, Lackawanna avenue. CITY NOTES. Cuds of thanks, resolutions ot condo lence, obituary poetry and the like will bo inserted In The Tribune only when paid for In advance, at the rate of 10 cents per line. There will be a meeting of managers of Florence mission Tuesday at D.30 a. m. There will bo a muslcalo at the Dun more Presbyterian church this evening under tho auspices ot tho Ladles Aid so-c-ctv. The board of control text hook commit tee, met last night. On Friday night tho supply committee will meet. Over eighty candidates will be inltiatei Into tho second degree rank In IU-cito lodge, Knights ot Pythias, Providence, this evening. The councllmen ot at least half tho city wanls aro manoeuverlng to get slices of the f 11,000 surplus 1SU7 revenue estimated by the city controller as available. The Luther league of St. Mark's church, West Side, will hold an enter tainment this evening. A phonographic production will be given by Mr. Miinck. Tho regular monthly meeting of tho Young Ladles' society of the First Pres byterian church that was to have been held this afternoon has been postponed. Members of the Oullil of St. Margaret will pleaso tako notice that the regular monthly mietlng, this ecning at 8. will bo held in tho parish house, C1U Linden btreet. Forty-ono deaths, an average higher than normal, were reported to the board of health last week. There were three new cases of diphtheria and one of ty phoid fever reported. Hartley Mangan. 24 years old. a barber, was lined ?.' In police court yesterday on a charge of having Insulted women on Washington avenue Sunday night. He was arrested by Patrolman Parry. Tho special Joint bond ordinance com mittee of councils will hold Its tirst meet ing this evening. Tho members nre Se lectmen Lansing, Sanderson and MeCann und Commoners Oliver, Jackson nnd Nor ton. The Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern company paid Its employes yesterday at the Arehbald, Continental and Hyde Park shafts. The Delaware and Hudson paid agents, clerks and superintendents ttt Scranton and Carbondale yesterday. QRAND LODGE ODD FELLOWS. ItGRUlt of the Ilallotlug nt Philadel phia Templo Saturday Night. Tho official count of the election for Grand Lodge officers of the Order ot Odd Fellows of Pennsv'hania occurred nt the Odd Fellows' temple in Philadel phia Saturday evening, and resulted as follows: For grand secretary, James h. Nich olson received 11,211 votes, to 1390 for William A. Kershaw: for grand mas ter, Samuel McKeover tecelved 12.473, without opposition; for grand repre sentative, Robert 1. Wright, ot Allen town, won by 8,53:5 votes, against 3,718 for J. P. Jlnlo Jenkins, Norristown. M. Richards Muckle received l'."24 votes for grand treasurer, there being no op position; for grand warden, William II. Rose and Edwin L. Rltter had a close contefct, tho latter winning by (1,319 votes to 6,211 for Rose. Still the leader, the Pocono, 5e. cigar. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 6 Wintcrgrcen, 0 l'cppermlut, hsi8.su. rus, A L.ltlOll, X Cinnniuon, V Hose. 0 Violet. 0 l-itnunu sind Others, I FRESH ? Tin Scranton Cash S.ora 0000000000000000 .(LlNTgEgD ! XXXX ! WAFERS NEW BOARD OF TAX REVISION Elected by a Joint Meeting si Council Last Night. MI-SHUS. THOMAS, 1.. WKN.l-.t. AND ItKESI., IlI.nJUMOANP, AND 1'IIA HI... AND FLANAGAN, DKSlOCltATS, WEltl. Kt.UCtKD-THKY Wt-HE TIIJO nomini.t.s of pautv caucusks WIIU'I. OIJVIATKD ANV OONTHST. 1-ACIt NHW MKMIinit, Jilt. KI.ANA- (iAN I2XCKPTBD, IS A M..MUI.11 OF l.'OFNCJLS. A lien- board of revision and upp.nl, cotiKlBtltip of tlnvo Hi-publicans and two Democrats, was elected by a, joint meeting of councils last evening. Those elected were Select Council man Simon Thomas and Common Coun cilman iK. F. Wenzel and David Heese, Hepubllcans, and Select Councilman Kilwin Frable and John J. Flanagan, Democrats. The latter Is the only member not a councilman. There were no contests, as each political division of councils caucused last week nnd placed In nomination Inst night the men elected. President Chittenden of select coun cil was, on motion of Mr. Thomas, elected chairman of the joint session. There were seven absentees, Messrs. Kearney and Hoche, of the select branch, and Wirth, Monoghan, Oliver, Coleman and Sheridan, of the lower body. Mr. Thomas was nominated by Mr. Williams. Mr. Wenzel by Mr. Wagner, Mr. Heese by Mr. Morris, and Mr. Frable and Mr. Flanagan by Mr. Mc Cann. A motion that the city clerk cast a ballot for the five nominees was not placed before the house. Mr. San derson pointed out the provision that each member should vote for three candidates and Mr. Coyne's motion was not pressed. The votes were recoided as follows: COMMON COUNCIL,. a E P o a. . cj o n v a . ; P C - 9 b n a. ? C t, U lleeso .TT7T....;." 1 i i M. Morris Ill Grler 1 1 1 Oiitlllhs lit Walker 1 1 1 - Calpln t 1 1 (lllroy 1 1 1 Izelmnn 1 11 Moir ill K. AVenzcl 111 Wirth Monoghan Jackson Ill C. Werzel 1 1 1 Oliver Coleman Keller 111 T. Morris 1 1 I Sheildan Cuslek Ill Norton Ill 11 12 blil.l.CT COUNCIL. 1 n A3 tr a n a n ! ,2 g I ti !S , Hoss .'. 1 1 j Finn Ill Kearney Thomas 1 11 Williams I 1 1 James 1 1 1 Roche - Melvbi 1 1 1 Chittenden Ill Wagner 1 1 1 Rohlnbon 1 1 1 Shea i i i Sanderson Ill- MeCnnn 11 Fellows I 1 1 Schroeder Ill Lansing 1 1 1 O'Uoyle 1 1 1 Frable 1 1 1 Coyne 111 MeAndrew 1 1 1 Total select IK It 11 7 N Total common .... 11 12 11 S ti Grand total 27 26 22 IS 14 OFFICERS OF BOARD OF ENGINEERS Chosen nt tho Hcgulnr Annual He. organization Last Night. The regular annual reorganization of the Hoard of Fire Engineers was held last night in Chief Hit-key's office in city hall. The chief was chosen presi dent; Simon Thomas, chairman of the fire department committee of select council, was chosen treasurer, and Ed ward F. Wenzel, chairman of the fire department committee of common council, was chosen secretary. The other members of the board are tho assistant chiefs, ns follows: J. P, Hirt ley, A. L. Lewis, M. MeManus, Charles Wirth, Charles Raynor and J. J. O'Mal ley. Messrs. Thomas Lewis and Wirth were appointed n committee to draft new rules und regulations for the de partment. An entire set of new rules Is needed, the present code having been in force for a long time. The growing efficiency of tho department requires changes. The board of engineers will also lend its energies to form fire limits In parts of tho South Side, West Side and North End. CONFERRED WITH THE COMPANIES ICIIort lleing iiliido to llnvo Piors in Carbon Street Removed. City Engineer Phillips and Select Councilman Roche, the latter of tho special joint committee from councils appointed for that put pose, conferred yesterday with Deiuware, Lackuwnn na and Western and Lackawanna Iron and Steel oltlclnls relative to the re moval of tho bridge piers In Carbon street. The result did not Indicate tho willingness of the companies to do the work at their own expense, though they might compromise on bearing half the cost. The company and city engineers are now figuring on the cost and plann of the Improvement and the Information thus obtained will be considered ut a further conference after which the spe cial committee nnd city engineer will leport to councils. WY0MIN0 AVENUE CLAIMS. Property Owner. State tlm Amount They Want from tho City. Mayor Bailey. City Solicitor Medli. ley nnd City Controller Robinson, the commission named by councils to set tle damages If possible with tho own ei of properties involved in tho pro posed opening of Wyoming- avenue, met several ntch owner by appointment In Mr. McOlnley's olllco yesterday. Days this week have been fixed for confer ences with others. The damages asked uie In nearly every case, higher thnn the commission consldetn Mir. A final effort will be made to settle the claims but without much prospect bt an agreement. It Is likely a report to this effect will be made to councils und the matter referred to court which will be made to councils and they Will appoint vlewels. m THE VAN HORN CASB. II Will Come llclore thu Supremo Court Mny IK. District Attorney Jones received the trial list yesterday from the supremo court for tlm cases on nppeal from York and Lancaster counties. The first case on the list Is ti t.iulcn wnnna case specially placed there. It Is the case of George K. Van Horn's, who was convicted of inuiderlnir Mrs. Josle Westcott. It will be urmied on Wednesday, May IS. District Attorney Jones will represent tho commonwealth and Attorney L. P. W.iteniuli, the de fendant. CONDITION OF COAL TRADE What tbe May Letter ot the Anlhraclto Coal Operators' Association Has to Say About It. In the May letter of the Anthra cite Coal Operators' association there Is the following with reference to the anthracite coal trade: There has been little Improvement In the anthracite rr.arket durli r the mouth ot April, though lit in- its cli .-e a lit tl. ac tivity was displayed lu New England. Prices have remained fairly llrm throughout the month. Dining the first two weeks there was n tendency toward lower prices, but this was followed by a firmer market, though the demand re mained very Might. The action ot the Delaware and Hudson company In nam ing Its spring price at Ronduut has had a good effect upon thu trade, shire It prac tically detern.lres the price and puts an end to ..peculation us to the possibility of lower figures to open the season. The prices namea at Rondcut cue tho tMiml 13 cents below Weehawkeiu as follows: Broken, $.1.-3; egg, $::.w; stoe, $'i.-3; chc.t nue, J.I.CO. In thu eastern markets coal dealers an ticipate difficulty lu seeming an ade quate supply, owing to tho scarcity of barges. This action of the selling com panies In advarcing the burge rate to 13 ctnts, and of the regular towing line ad vancing to from 70 to 80 cents trom New York to llnston, has stimulated buying nt those points, and also caused dealers to advance retail prices, mi Inci'on.e of one dollar per ton In New li'dford, und cf SO cents per ton in Salem. Lynn, Heverly and other places having been announced. In otliir than the New England mar kets, however, there Is little buying and apparently 110 intention to lay In any greater supply than Is needed for Imme diate consumption. This Is particularly .noticeable In tho New York market, where theie Is practically no business be ing done and no definite prospect of an Improvement. In the west the situation Is altother unsatisfactory. There Is a coi. dde ruble quantity of unsold coal still remaining on the wharves and the stocks at other parts are nil large. With a light demand in the Interior and small consumption In the largo cltlis. there is little reason for hop ing that the movement of coal to western points will be sutllclent to permit of min ing nt a greater rate than 2,000.0u0 tons during the coming month. In view of the disturbed condition of the country it Is dltlleult to anticipate the movement of tho market during the com ing month. The present Indications are that New England seaport towns will lay lu fair supplies of an.hrii. Itc unless barge Uites make the delivery price so high that all-rail coal can be sent In. With a production of 2 0Ui,'iim tons, which Is now- estimated as lequlred for May. tills move ment will likely spread to the Now ork and Hudson river nmikits. This will en able the companies to reduc-u their tide water and interior stocks, thus adding to the firmness ot the marki t and insuring a substantial foundation upon which to build the summer and fall trade. DEATH OP JOSEPH CHURCH. Days on Earth Accomplished Willi tlm Allotcd Three Scorn and Ten. Joseph Church, of Providence, died yesterday, having; completed the cours allotted to man by the Scriptures. His nge was 70 years, 11 months and 1 day. He was born in Hyde Park on June 1, 1827. Until recently he wa.j quite vig orous for one of these years, though lic had kidney disease for fifteen years. He went to Wisconsin In 1840 and re mained there until 'CO, then returning to Scianton, where he afterwards re sided. He was the first superintend ent of the People's Street Railway com pany, and in the early days of the city he represented the Second ward In councils. He wus engaged In mercan tile business nt Hull's Head for many years and was quite successful. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from the resi dence of his son. C. J. Church, 1422 North Main avenue. The remains may be viewed from 10 to 12 tomorrow. In terment will be made in Forest Hill cemetery and tho funeral will bo pri vate. ALDERMAN KASS0N ON DUTY. Ho I. Now Dealing Out .Instlce in thu Ninth Word. Myion Kas.nn, for mnny years depu ty protlionotaiy of Lackawanna coun ty, yesterday assumed his duties as al derman of the Ninth ward, to which he was elected at the February elec tion. He Is well versed In the law and will make an Ideal Justice. He has taken possession of the suite of oiiicea In the Price building occupied by his predecessor. Alderman Wright, nnd began the discharge ot his duties yesterday by issuing summons In ev eral civil cases. Ills olllcers will be Con stable J. S. Miller, of the Ninth ward, and George Mlllett, who was elected constable at the last election. It ap pears that a vacancy did not exist nt that time and Mr. Mlllett is to be made a deputy constable. E-Alderman Wright has removed his olllco to the Council building on the opposite side of Washington avenue, lie has been uldennan of the Ninth ward for many years, and during that tlmo has been recognized as ono of the best and most fair-minded aldermen in this part of the state. Smoko the Pocono cigar, 5c. CASTOR1A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho of7fe Signaturo DIED AS HE HAD WISHED "Baddy" (lot-Id, a Jermya Hermit, Dreaded a Lone Illness. THE FINAL Sl'MMONS CAME TO HIM I.KTI.H1.AY WITHOUT WARN-NO AS HE WAS SPAD1NO THE SMALL PATCH OF LAND ON WHICH HE Sl'USISTED-Hi: LIVED IN A iAtUN AND IS SAID TO HAVE CLAIMED RELATONHIIIP WTll JAY OOi LD. "Daddy" (lotlld, a hermit, who made his abode In a cabin near Cole's hotel, on the Scott rotul. In Jcrmyn borough, dropped dead yesterday In a field close to his humble habitation. He was re warded with what he wished for, an 1 exemption from protracted Illness. lie was a familiar chat.tcter mound that vicinity, and oat tied his years lightly. Of late, signs of the inevltnble dissolution were apparent in his habits. Ills step began to falter, and the body to shrink. His eyesight and hearing b-gan to fall, und finally tho pump of life stopped and his race was run. For yenrs he occupied .olitary quar ters below the hotel, and held commu nion with very few. Ho subsisted on the products of a. small patch of land around his cabin; and no one knew his business. II" regarded others with tho same right, and pried into nobody's nftnlis. He was a bogle man to the "hlldren. That was only his reputation, but not ills character. He was not deficient In the fraternal spirit that Is a common bond between men, but seldom, If ever, did Jie resolve Into a talkative mood, especially with reference to himself. It Is said he ul tn claim kinships with Jay Could but if true h never made any move to profit bv 11. Grown-up men rc-member- "Daddy" when they were boys and he looked as old then as ti few months ago. He never hud company, nnd would not per mit any one to come Inside his castle, walls The body was removed to Buntz's butcher shop to await the ar rival of the coroner, but as nn Inquest Is unnecessary, some arrangements will bo made today for the funeral. ARGUMENT COURT. Number ol Cnsci Continued nnd Others Vt crn Settled. May term of Argument court begun yesterday. Only a few of the cases on the list were heard, und adjournment was taken at noon. Judges Arehbald, Ounster nnd Edwards were on the bench. The case of tho Scranton school district against Thomas Bilboa was argued. A rule to open judgment wus made absolute in tho case of Lena Hreese against Samuel Ureese.' Argu ment was heard in the case of dam ages for widening Duffy street, Carbon- dale. Judges Albright, of Allentown, and MePherson and Slmonton, of Harris burg, will be here during the week to hear arguments in cases they tried while specially presiding here. The fol lowing cases have been continued: Joseph II. Ounster, assignee, vs. Ocorge A. Jessup. ct nl.; 11. Robinsons Sons s. Charles Rupert ; J. P.. Faulkner, William McLaughlin and Michael Hell; Susan Keator, et al.. s. Scranton Traction com pany; William Williams vs. Crystal Lake Water compan ; bnreugh of Wlnton vs. Thomas J. M.uk; John S. Miller vs. ln tcrstnte Casualty company; Clementii" ltenwlck s. Robert Renwirk; Alof Ake-fc'-ii vs. Anna Akeson; Joseph Eckle i Co. vs. M. F. Tlumpson; John McOulie, ap pellee, vs. It. F. Aswell: John Stern vs. Wlegaud Stern and Ch'irlc-s Raker; North End Lumber company vs. Thomas . Thii'ima: M. J. MeAndrew for aecouiuai.t. In re estate of Jesse Jones, deceased, mil Mogaigel & Council vs. G. L. Waltz. The following cares were settled: A. A. Chase, use, vs. C. IS.-Sherwood-J-.ines Flvnn vs. Anglo-Ameilcan Savinss and Loan association of New Yolk: J 3. S. 11'ilgate vs. Ronlevard Turnpike com pany; William Wynnclt. sr. and Jr., ap pellants, vs. Frederick Wyandt and Con tractors Hums and H.iylor In re estate ot Emma Watklns, dei-ca. ed. SERMON BY FATHER MALONE. Delivered nt the Forty Hours' Devo tion in St. Petnr's Cathedral. Rev. J. "W. Mnlone, of Susquehanna, formerly of this city, preached the ser mon of the Forty Hours' Devotion last nlht at St Peter's cathedral. It was an exhortation to fear God, nnd tho tc.t was taken from Proverbs: "Hut y l.nt o set at naught all inv counsel, anJ would none of inv reiu-unf; I also will laugh al your calamity I will mocK you wlv n your fear eometh." Father Mnlone, in his eloquent style, declared that we cannot relv on for gheness at the last moment if we go on offending God all our life. Tho church was packed to the Joors. The Forty Hours' will conclude tomor- OOOOOOOOO For a few days only, big reduc tion in Fine Dress Goods. 000000000 New line of Vigeroux and Coverts, Iu militar' blue, green aud red mixtures. 75c Goods for 59c. Very large line of Suitings, mix tures, stripes aud fancies, Goods worth from 75c to $1.25 for 59c. Come and See. MEARS & There Tho West End Slurs, of Peekvllle, chal lenge the Orassy Island team to a game of ball on the Litter's gruumlt Sunday afternoon, May S. at o'cIj-k. Harry cur tl, captain; F. Martin, manager. BORN. FA AT. In Albany. N. Y April 2'. 1ViS. to Dr. and Mrs. C. S. I'natz. a (laughter. DIED. RARRETT.-ln Scranton, Pa., Mny 2. 18!. Miss Celln Ilarrctt, daughter of Mis. ltrldget Uarrett of 1112 Prospect avenue, after an Illness of threo months. Funeral Wednesday morning. Services will be conducted In St. John's church and Interment will be nnide In Hydo Park Catholic cemetery. CHURCH. In Scriintoti, Pu May 2, IW. Joseph Church, age 70 years, l" mouth und 1 day. Funeial from the residence of C. J. Chinch. H22 North Mala ave nue, Wednesday. May 4, at 1 p. 111. Interment at Forest 11111 cemeteiy. Funeral nnd Interment will be pri vate. Remains may be viewed from 10 to 12 Wednesday morning. EVANS. Mrs. Mary D. Evans died at her home In Jcrmyn on Sutuidny, Apill ai. Funeral will take place this after noon at 2 o'clock. ORADY. In Scranton, May 2. lvis, Mls Laurn (Irmly, at the residence cm Min eral street. Funeral announcement lat er. HARRIS. In West Scranton, May 2. LY'S. Richard H. Harris, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Harris, at the residence, SCO Evans court. Funeral this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock nt the residence. Inteiment at Washburn street cemetery. M'LEOD. In Princeton. N. J.. May 1, Norman McLeod. koii of Rev. Dr. and Mrs. James McLeod. of Olive street. Scranton. Funeral from the lcsldcnce Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, in terment in Dunmoro cemetery. READY. In Seronton, Pa.. Mny 2, 1SW, Mis, Oeorge Ready. Funeral Thurs day at 10 a. in. Interment In Hyde Park Catholic cemetery. SMITH. In Scranton, Pa.. May 2, ISftS. Cora Smith, ago 14 years, daughter of tho late John D. nnd Mary Smith, MS Chestnut street. Funeral Thursday af ternoon at 2.30 from tho residence of her mother, Mrs. Mary Smith. STARK. In West Scranton, May 2, ISfiS, Walter, 1-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stark, at the residence. 311 Evans court. Funeral Wednesday afternoon nt 1.30 o'clock at the residence. Inter ment at Washburn street cemetery. BEGINNING TODAY WE WILL SELL THE GAS MANTLES, EACH VaTVfo-W. MILLAR PECK 134 Wyoming Ave. rV ,-.,-.-..,--. Heartburn, (ins. DVSDSDSlcl. ,rltw aud a11 J -p'l-'' Stomach Uiaor ders positively cured. Grovor Uruharn's Dys pepsia lleruedy Is u Bucciite. Ono dose re. moves all distress, anda permanent cureor the most chronic and severe cnne Is guaran teed. Do not suller 1 A rt)-cenc bottle will convince the most skeptical. Mutthews llros., Drut'.lst. 3.0 Laolcsi wuniui avenue MAX WI3UUR, Hoot unj Shoe Maker. llestsboei to order from $l.7h up. Men's (.oh's and heels, (inc. Ladles' soles and beet-, noc. All work Kiioranteed. 127 Penn Avenue, SCRANTON, PA. row morning with n high muss. will be no sermon this enln. AMATEUR BALL NOTES. B OENU NE WELSBAGH JH Walk in and Look . .round. H Monday Look 000000000 pecial Prices in Hosiery Children's lu-a Ribbed Seamless lloc, regular 151' (italit. Monday IOC liovs' lieavv 1 lose, double knees and soles, regular .25c quality. Monda..19c Ladies' drop stitch Hose. 40 Rtiagc, reg ular 25c qualit) . Monday 1 7c Ladies' seamless Hose, 3 pairs for 25c Free withe very pair of Hose, one large hall uf Coat' black or tan darning cotton. OOOOOOOOO" 135 pieces Colored Satin and Taffeta best quality all Sill. Ribbon, 4 to j 2c yd 2. gross Ladies' Leather llelts in blue, green, red. tans and black; 25c goods for 1 5c Lot of good Tooth ..rushes 1 0c Lot of Silk Veilings, black and color... . . . 5c Lot of wash Braids, white and colors. . . . 5c HAGEN, 6 I This 3 I Closing put ' n i vcillG . . Of ours is .111 as- ' Lonisher. Thous- ' and of buyers here I again yesterday. I Lost money all I day. Don't make I any difference. Ku- ' tire stock has erot to go. g . Man bought sil- S'. verwarc Saturday S'. who is going into S' the hotel business 5-s a year from now. T; Our loss is his :cj San ne l'ecog- nixed it took ,ad- j; vantage of it. 2 Lucky man. 3 Here's how some things are selling : "2- ; 16x20 colored St. 15 Cecilias that are usual 15 ty 5 cents, 10c. Solid 5 pastels. would oak framed Fifty cents be reasonable. 23c. J We sold 6oo quires j of Whiting's linen sta- tiouery Saturday. Lx- ? H hausted the entire lot. H 35 So today we place in its place Ward's fine sH linen bond paper. Same price. The quire, 2c. ST. I. -: We have 200 travel ing and shopping bags and satchels. Good time now to buy for vacation. Solid leather 17 inch brass trimmed bags. Were $2 ; now, $1.00. ts is Telescopes e very ;-2 shape, color and size. s our whole lot goes at iS hurry prices. Good- -S size heavy cunas is leather - bound tele- l-S scopes. I 23c. S THE REXFORD CO.. 303 liirka. Ave. 1?(MWfMrMWWfMfWMt Fine Ordinary Bargains. 415 and 417 Lackawanna Avenue. Scranton, Pa, HAVE YOU SEEN THE NHUR OR BARRON ICYCLE The Greatest Value iu Bicy cles that have ever been offered iu this city. A $ 60 Wheel for. ..$24.95 A 100 Wheel for... 50.00 Low Prices on Sundries, Bells. Hells Tiro tape, er roll Pants guards, jiair Rubber frame protectors Tiro cement Wood rim cement Sprocket locks Valve steins Corkallne grips, pair Hand pump Steel wrenches Repair outfit C.raphlte. stick Foot pumps Puncture Halm, enough for tires Elcycle stand Standard Trip cyclometers ... Midget cyclometers Pedals, per pair Saddles, Drown pat Christy saddle Tires, per pair Morgan & Wright tires .10c. U -lo 4o 10c. 4c: -to I-....10O l'Jo Mo 1 9a 210 -lc 20 19c two 49o 49c S9o S9c $1.21 9So $3.7 $2.00 $7.49 Keystone tire, pair, 0 months' guar nntee $ .49 THE GREAT 310 Lacka. Ave. JOHN IF. LAI. WIG. BABY TENDER A Walker and Jumper Combined. "-3--5- -- --3- Invnliialilo to mother and child from tba time the baby Ik hi weeks old until tt e-iui walk At the I.AHY BAZAAR, si. Kprneo sti-.et. Steam and Hot Water HEATING Gas, Electric And Combination FIXTURES Electric Light . . . WIRING. Charles B. Scott, 119 Franklin Ave. BE --- Look OOOOOOOOO One case best Indigo lilue Prints 4c ( iootl Shaker Flannel 30 I jood Apron Gingham 3t5 Best Apron Gingham 4-iC t iood 1 )ark Calico 3c Best Shirting Prints 3.C (iood Brown Muslin 30 Best Heavy Brown Muslin 5ic Best fine Brown Muslin 5c Bet Lockwood 5-4 P. C. Muslin 8c Best Lockwood 4 P. C. Muslin 10c Best Lockwood 0-4 Sheeting 14c Bleached Lockwood 5-4 P. C. Muslin.. 9c Bleached Lockwood (kj P. C. Muslin..! lc Bleached Lockwood 0-4 Sheeting Kit. 'OOOOOOOOO Red, White and Blue Bunting. Oualitv Bunting Quality Bunting 6c 4c