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THE SGRAOTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1899.
N. Stf J J Jim? Redaction Sal?. Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Toys, Wall Papers and Mouldings at Seep Cut Prices to Reduce Stock. MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. In Sets and Slnglo Volumes, Bibles, Tiaycr Books, Albums, Scrap Books Fancy Stationery. LARG-E TOYS, OAMES, DOLLS, Children's Carriages and Push Carts at very Interesting Prices. M NORTON, 322 Lackawanna Avenue. 'I hese Are Kodak Days We can sell you any thing in the Camera line nnd tp.irh von hnw tn use i im i sH them. I iHtuni, . win i diuuiu fiiifnni ii inTATiimn II Mi soo Wyomi.iK Avenur. Ice Cream. UESr IN TOWN. Per c Quart. LMMWfiiA DAIRY CO Telephone Onlern Promptly Doll vend 3Jj-327 Adam Aienue. DR. A. A. LINDABURY, Specialties Surgery, Lbeisai of Women OHlre Ilouri I1tr.!n. in '2 lo 4 p. m At Ilcmdencfl 7 to 8 p. m Olllco '.'to Cunnnil Handing. Itmldenco 'J1U huutti MumANemio. KEELEY CURE Tor Liquor, Dms nil 1 Tobiicou Dlioine l'.uiiphlH fioo Till! KI!i:I.I!V INS.IIIUIC, 815 MaJInn Ac , hCRANION', I'A Scranton Transfer Co., IIIK1H J. M.'EVAN, Maner. Iieckn I'nsKuse direct fr m renldoacs to nny pari of tlio United Htato. Olllee 10U Lnckii. Aic. Phone 525 We Do.AU Kinds Of Starch Work equal to new. Collnrs, cuffs and Milrts are glen either gloss or domestic llnibh, and the edces of your coll irs and cuffs nro finished so thoy will not scratch, L AGKAWANNA THE" AUNDRY ;8 Penn Aveniu. A. a WARHAN. PERSONAL. Rev. O. R. Beardsley, of the UnUers nllst church, Is In New York this week. Hon. T. V. I'ttwlerl, commissioner Kcneral of immigration, Is .n tho Jer mn. Miss Tllllo 1 Rellter. of Philadelphia, Is spending this week with Mr und Mis Gcsslcr, 01. Olive street. Dr. S. L. Toulke. who is conducting his drug store In Stroudsburg this summer, was in town jcterday for the day. Dr. C. C. Lnuhnch and familv were nt rulton, N. Y, c&Urda, where they at tended the wedding of tho Uoctor'b nifeo, Miss Mary Stiles, und Mr. llany Nichols. Mrs, M. A. Hoyce of Wist Scranton, Is (siting her ban, Wil'iam J. Coce, of uompany k, Kinoteentn infantry, Regu lar army, which Is now stationed at Camp Meade, Pa., where It arrived from Porto Rico. This company will sail on Juno 2j for tho Philippine Islands. The many frlerds of the Rev Fred crick Drejer, who left this city about eight jears ago for the missionary Held In China, will be surpilsed to learn that ho has been recently married In that far off land to a Miss Gertrude C Wlltcr. formerly of Allcntown, and also Inter ested in missionary work. Solid Through Vestlbuled Trains consisting of Standard Pullman and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars, and luxurious estluuled day coaches, llGhted by gas and heated by steam, are run every day between New York and Chicago 'via tlio Lackawanna and Nickel Plato roads, making tho most comfortable and cheapest lioute from New York, Scranton, Rlnghamton and Elmira, to Cleveland, rt. Wayne, Chi cago and tho West. The dining caia and meal stations on the Nickel Plato Road are operated by the company, and servo the best of meals at reas onable prices. The through day coach es ate in chargo of colored porters whose services are free to both first and second class passengers. Rates via this route are lower than la other lines. For information, call on any ticket agent of tho D., I & W. It. It., or ad dress F. J. Moore, gen'l agent, Nickel Plate Road, 291 Main St., Buffalo, N, Y, Finest wines and clears at Lane's, 20 Spruce street Smoke tho Hotel Jermyn Cigar 10c. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Byrup. Has been used for over FIFTY YUARH by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHIL1S TEhTUINO WITH rURFKCT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES llin CHILD, SOFTENS the HUMS, Al.LAYB ill FAIN; CURES WIND COLIC. n,,j in the bst remedy for DIARRHOEA. Bold by DrtiSBlsts in every part of tho world. Bo i-uro und ask for "Mrs. Wlns low's Soothlns Sirup," und take no other kind. Twaaty-llve ccntu u bottle. THOUSANDS FLOCKED TO SEEJEFFRIES KEW CHAMPION ATTIt ACTED MUCH INTEBEST. All That He Said and Did While Hero That Was Actually Worth Rccoidlng Could Be Squeezed, in a Pinch, Into Very Few Lines, but Things That a World's Champion Pugilist Says and Docs Ale De facto Important and 2igo Here Is n Wholo Lot of Them. "Chnmplon" Jeffries has come, been and gone, and Scranton can once mora resume the even tenor of its way. The new top-notcher of the prlzo ring caused quite as bl? a stir as bis prede cessors who have honored us with a visit at $200 or so per honor, and, at tho ball park, where he helped umpire the Scranton-Readlnggameand sparred three rounds with hln brother, "Jack" Jeffries, he moved a blK drawing card, fully 3,000 persons, among them many women, being In attendance He arrived over tho Delaware, Lack awanna and Western road at 10 o'clock fiom Buffalo, where he "gao a show," as he put it himself, on the previous night, which was attended by the mayor nnd the elite of tho town, and nt which he was presented with a pin made of two hammeis ciossed and held In place with a diamond rivet, the gift of his admit Ing brethren of the boller mnltcr ciift "One Is a chtpplnp ham mer nnd the other a ilvetlnK hammer," he explained, when proudly oxhibltlng his gift to a Tilbune icpoitor, accent ing his descilptivc adjectives In a man ner Intended to give the repot tor to undei stand that ho was a t-ally-tnilv biillermaker, and not n bank clerk or some such other kind of .Rented per son, as another California lighter had tepresented himself to lie when he got Into the tastem nowsp.ipois THH CHAMlMON'? P 11TY. Ro'.s O'Nell, 'Ulllv" Hindv's tigent, acconipmled Jerfil"h as manager, Mr. Bi.uly being unable to Join this wotk-ing-lts-way-ncrots-the-contliient tiotipj becauce of his having born booktd to nil for I'neland veterdnv, on tbeattl ul buslne-s IYtci Mrttlniils, n soling man In Mi Iluidv'.s employ, and ' Ja k" Jeffrie", lb hamplon's bi other, mnde up the p.iitv Thev went ditect to the Westminster and weie tsslgnod the fiont pat lots on the seiimd 1I001 Thfie was n ruiibtnnt stieam of visitors all the time iho champion was nt the hotel, and he seemed to like the fum they wote mak ing about him. JctfilcH ma be a good many things, but one thing above all otheis that ho I", a'siui'dly Is an csttemely good natured soit of .i lad. To eveiv one who lame up to oe him ho would smite a pleas mt gieetlng and awkwatdly ex tend ore of his striking ih.u.u teilstles Then he would submit without the slight! st evident t of Impatience to n volley of questions that would In many cases have biouglu a slap In the face fiom anv man of otdlnary tempera ment possessing half Jeffries' phvslque. One man, and a professional man at that, actually asked him if he thought himself a mentnl degenerate, as tho Yale doctor had Insinuated Jelfiies smiled a smile of pit for his ques tioner. After being in Jeffries' company for an hour or so one will bo forced to the conclusion that the Yale doctor was a trifle off in his diagnosis. The fault lay with his lack of knowledge of the natural mental calibre of the average piie fighter. Jeffries is not bright In tellectually and makes no nretenslons of balng so He Is simply a great, big, huky bo who learned how to be a first late lighter In a remarkably fehort space of time. LOOKS LIKE A riOHTfiR. It would hardly be possible to recog nize him fiom any of his pictures that have so far been disp1aed beie. The lithographers all llattered him. His head lb dlspropoitionately large, his face Is flat and hlh nose Inlaid. His chin Is very broad and his lower jaw largo and squately set. His ensemble betokens strength, grit and determina tion. There is no mistaking him, as far ns facial appearancs go, for a prize fighter. He is six foot tall and at present weighs 200 pounds. He Is quite agile on his feet, but this Is not his ctrong point by any means. His quickness in his bedy movements, however, Is very remarkable and in this, it might bo said, he makes up for his foot-heaviness. He Is very dark1 compkxloned and the out-door training has so heightened his color that he looks quite Cubanesque. When standing near first base umpiring yesterday's game ho reminded many of "Big Bill" Clark, the swarthy giant who used to hold down the Initial bag for Scianton. In tho very first Inning Jeffries was called upon to make a decision and he, of course, decided in favor of the home team. It was a cloe play to catch Chllds sliding to third, but not so close but that everybody in the park except Jeffries Judged It safe. There was no kicking, though. The crowd gave the champion only a half-hearted gieetlng when bo was in troduced by Manager O'Neill Just be fore the game, and when he had con cluded his three round boxing bout, between the third and fourth Innings, the npplause was very mild and not unmlngled with guffaws and groans. It was a fraud of an exhibition from a boxing standpoint, but no one with nn eye for the beautiful could well be grudge a quarter to see Jeffries' bis muscled arms and body In motion. WENT TO CARBONDALL He retired after the boxing bout to catch tho C.20 train for Carbondale, where ho gave n show last night. To day he goes to Plttston and thence to California, picking up dollars on tho way by umpiring base ball games, giv ing boxing exhibitions and the like. To a Tribune reporter he denied In toto tho stories about his father's sen sational utterances regarding "short cuts through the prUo ring to heaven" and tho like. His father Is not a cler gyman to begin with, he said, nnd Is not given to making such statements. He Is a very religious man and some times preaches In hallH, but Is not at tached to any denomination. Jeftrles sjyu he Is anxious to meet Shancey and Is confident ho can van quish him He has a great icgatd for Maher's right arm, but saya Maher could never lilt him with the right. Los Angeles, Cal,, and Return, account N, E. A., $80.75. Special party leaves Scranton via Delaware, Lacka wanna nnd Western rullioad, July 3. Apply to M. L. Smith, District Passen ger Agent, D L. c W, depot. Try tho Hotel Jermyn Cigar, 10 cent. MB. HALLSTEAD'S LAST DAY. Vontrrdnv Ha ttollnnulshcd His r -. flees in tho D. L. & W. Statlor W. V. Hallstead last evening ) -no general manager's office in th fan ton station to return no r ,ns its official occupant. TIiIsm jlng ho goes out on tho "CoirfE ,o Join his family at Allenhurst, 'Jfflt,, for an ex tended stay. What ho will eventually do, ho does not know himself, he said in conversation with n Tilbune reporter yesterday afternoon, ns ho sat at his familiar place behind the big mahog any desk In bis private olllee, now stripped of his personal belongings, all of which were packed up yesterday and carted to his Wyoming avenue resi dence. "No, I don't expect to take up rail roading again," said Mr. Hallstead, after having chatted In a half-Jocose manner for some time on tho stories to the effect that ho was to manage this toad and that. Then he added, with a laugh. "Ma be I'd try for a Job braking, Just to keep my hand In." The story printed some time ago In Tho Tribune to the effect thut 12. O. Russell, of tho Morris nnd Essex divis ion, was to be made geneial superin tendent, with headquarters nt Scran ton, Is on tho surface again. It could not be verified from any local source. THE TRAINING SCHOOL. Commencement Exercises Held Last Night Ginduating Class Con sists of Twenty-Eight Fea tures of tl0 Exorcises. Nothing more Interesting In tho way of commencement exercises was prob ably ever enjoyed by a Scianton aud ience than those given at the crowded high school auditorium last night bv this enr's giaduatlng class of the Scianton training school. In the us ual and indispensable featuies the pro giamme was nt least at par with the best und added to this It contained u I number of novel features that made It stand out pio-omlnently among Inter esting coiumetiri'iiient pio,;rammes. Most n it.tble of these featuies was the pinctli'il demonstiatlon of some of the le.nlll appreciated technical teachings ol the school. It was Intro duced with an essay by Mls Maud Estelle the onl essay on the pio- gi iiiume on 'The Spirit of th" School Room " 'ihe etsuitlnls nccessaiy to maintaining the pioper spirit were Il lustrated theioetii ally and It rhould be added cleveil. in Miss Estelle's pa per, and as tho essay proceeded de monstrated praetleall by the class one or the other of the membeis lead ing in the exercises. Under tho head of ' Tad," for In stance, some lue.is for diivlng nwa utuc-t weie exemplified and the pioved extiemely amusing to the oldei poitlon of the audience. Gaines that were quite ns instiuctlve and sugges tive as any book-study, c.ilesthcnlcs, story telling and music wtte nmong the means portrayed To present as the speaker of the eve-' ning such a notable ped igogue and lectin er as Dr. Memtt E. Gates, the eminent ex-piesldent of Amheist col lege, was In Itself a most noteworthy achievement, nnd those who weie for tunate enough to hear his address can not be but extiemely grateful to the graduates and the efficient principal, Miss Skcs, who supei vised the ar langlng of the programme. He spoke on tho value of good teach ers nnd contended that there was noth ing more nccessaiy to the upbuilding and uplifting of the nation than "un commonly tt allied teacheis In the com mon schools." His addiess was par- tlculaily chaiacterlzed by the apt and frequent use of the best thoughts of the best thinkers of all ages and all languages, evidencing a w ondei fully wide and thorough reading. The Invocation was given by Rev. Rogeis Israel, Superintendent Howell acted as chaiiman and Chairman B. T. Jayne, of the High and Training school committee, piesented the diplomas. Tho music by the graduates, assisted by Bauei's orchestra and Charles Doersam and directed by Pi of. C. B. Dei man was very enjoyable; a sextette by Misses Estelle, Do Graw, Fellows, Banett, Atkinson and Caulfleld being especially so. The gtaduates number twenty eight as pilnted in yesteylay's Trib une. COMPANY D MUSTERED IN. It Is Again a Member of the State Guaid. Company D, Thirteenth jeglment.was mustered Into the state guaid at the armory last night, by Major Millar. Fifty-one men took the oath of nlleg lance, nnd were afterward Inspected by Major Millar, so that they would not have to assemble again on Filday evening, when the other companies aro to be Inspected. The olllcer3 of the company were mustered In as such, but their resig nations were sent In yesterday. As soon as the latter are accepted the company will have another meeting for the purpose of electing new ofilcets. "CIRCFMSTANCES ALTER CASES" In cases of dspepsla, nervousness, catarih, rheumatism, eruptions, etc., the circumstances may be altered by purifying and enriching the blood with Hoods Sarsapaillla. Tiy It HOOD'S PILLS cure biliousness headache. sick Diowslness Is dispelled by Beecham's Pills Brass Gilt Edge, Al, 31b and 5 lb boxes at 22c per lb. Water Melons, We guarantee our Mel ons ripe and sweet, 40c to 50 cents. Fancy Gem Rockyford Helons. Berries, Currants.Sugar Loaf Pines, Rodi Oranges. Finest Fruit Syrups, 25c; $2.75 per dozen. E. Q. Coarsen Special Telephone Lino 2542. Butter. r -Jfiym EVENTS THAT AKE ailxMrU,ANl D., L. & W. MEN ARE IN IMPORT ANT SESSIONS. Grand Chief T. P. Sergeant, of the Firemen's Brotherhood, and First Vico Grand Ma6ter Fltzpatilck, of tho Trainmen, Aro Summonod from tho West Occasional Joint Conferences Being Held by tho General Grlevanco Committees of tho Three Big Organizations. That tho sessions of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western employes now on In this city portend more than has been given nut Is evident from some of yesterday's developments. Chief among these was the nrrlval on the scone of two national olllcors of two different Motherhoods and the Joint meetings that were held arid are announced to be held by tho several brothel hoods represented. Trank P. Sergeant, of Peoria, II! , giand chief of the Firemen's brother hood, anived csterday at noon and all afternoon and evening was closeted with tho genet al grievance committee of Brotherhood of Ijcomotlve riremen of the Lackawanna system at their meeting place In Hulbert's hall, Val ritzpatrlck, fiist vice-grand mas ter of tho Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, came during Tuesday night from his homo In Columbus, Ohio, and was closeted nil day, and during the evening, with the trainmen's commit tee at A. O V. W. hall, where they have been In session three dnjs. and whore they expect to bo for sevetal das yet to come. GRIEVANCE COMMITTFE Fully twenty rcpicentntlves of the Order of Railway Conductois, making ". tho eneMl rl"x mrF nmlttoe of the Lackawanna svtem, entered upon a srpsion ji-steiday morning at Ger man Odd Fellows' hall One of their national officers. It was stated, would be hero today oi toinotio.v. Tho tialnmen's lommltteo conferred with the loitiliut'its' committee at the conductors' ineetiii'? place, eteiday afternoon, nnd at 1' o'clock this morn ing nnothi r Iolnt Kinfetencp will be bad at A. O I' W hull In the after noon the fiiemen and eonductois aie to have a Joint session at Odd Fellows' hall One of the conductnis ftuted tster da tint the main purpose of the meet ings Is to arrange a ct of tules le gal ding tho tteatnu-iit of grievances loi stibmls'lon to the new president. Mi Tiuesdilo The present code of tules weie appioved bv Geneial Man ager Hallstead nnd weie binding only on himself With hi letlrcment from the otllie of trenetat manage" the rules ate no longer In tnvco TIIF.RE IS NO TROrill.E Grand Chief Seigcntu wlun seen last evening at the Jcimyn by a Tilbune lopoitei said their was no tiouble be tween the fiiemen and the company eltltei existing or eminent. The gen eral giievnnce committee is having Its annual session, ho said, and he had been leqiusted to come on here to meet nnd counsel with them and to decide seveial questions that the com mitteeman weie disputing about. He expects to got away today and docs not anticipate being sent for again. When the significance that could be drawn from tne presence of two na tional officers In the city at the same time and under the present clicum stances, was pointed out to Mr. Sergeant, ho ild positively that he did not know until then that Mr. Fltz patilck was in the city. BIG STEEL VIADUCT. It Is to Be Built for tho Scranton Railway Company to Avoid tho Dangeious Carbon Street Crossing. Engineers of the Edgemooi Bildge company aio at work giving lines for a viaduct to span from Mllllln avenue, at the end of Mulbeny street, to Provi dence road at the power house. Just opposite West Caibon stieet. It Is to be constiucted by the Scianton Rail way company and Is designed to do away with the dange.'ous Carbon street ciosslng and make a moie direct loute to Providence. The viaduct will be In two paits. From Mlinin avenue to n point just tho other side of the Ontario and West ern tracks It Is to descend by a slight grade; thence to Piovidence toad the grade will be steeper. The first section will be of steel; the second will be paitlally of steel and partially of filling. The loadway will be thirty feet wide, sufficient to accom modate two tracks. It will be used ex clusively by the Traction compaii. GRYNISKI'S SKULL 1-aiACTURED. Companion Hit Him on tho Head with an Axe. Peter Giynlskl, of Greenwood, was struck on the head with an axe In that place early Tuesday morning and he is now In a critical condition Four men are Implicated In the affair but none have been arrested as yet. Grynlskl was struck a blow on tho head with an nxe which fractuied his skull and he fell unconscious to tho floor. Wnrrants have been issued for all four men. TOR BUILDING A CELLAR. Ono Uso to Which a Township Order Was Put. About twenty witnesses were exam ined yesterday beforo Commissioner John V. Qulnnan In tho Lackawanna township Indebtedness matter, tho testimony being exclusively directed towards disqualifying tlio ordera ls aued In 1S97 and 189S, when Frank Too hlll and Patrick Qulnti were super visors. Ono witness, John SchoHeld, who was called to piove nn order of $70 for work on tho road, admitted that pan of tho order was In payment of wotk done on Druggist Frank Kane's cellar. How tho supervisors camo to assist In liqui dating Mr. Kano's debts did not devol ope. A Card. We, tho undersigned, do hereby acroo to refund the money on a SO-cent bottle of Greenes Warranted tiyrup of Tar If it falls to cure jour cough or cold. Wo also l.uuriwitco u ID-cent buttle to proo butis. factory or money lefundod. J. a. Uone &. Hon, Dunmore, l'a.; John I'. Donahue, Bcruutoti, l'a. SOCIAL EVENTS. Great preparations nro being made by tho executive committee of tho Al umni Association of tho Scranton High School for tho annual banquet and dnnco to be held nt Hotel Terrace on Tuesday evening, Juno 27. Hon. John 1 Kelt, the president, nsslsted by Miss Josle Lees, are untiring In their efforts to make tho eighteenth nnnual banquet of tho alumni asso ciation better than nny of Its pre decessors. The music will be furnished by one of the best organizations la the city Tho committee has been successful In getting some fine talent fiom out blda tho association to participate. The programme of toasts lepiesentH the wit and talent of tho association. The icceptlon to bo given to the Intest ac cession to the ranks of the association from the gicnt class of 10 will be tho gieatcst In the history of the associa tion nnd it Is expected that every mem ber of tho class will bo piesent. A meeting of the executive committee of the association will bo held tn the of fices of Attorney John M. Harris, Con noil building, at 5 o'clock this after noon. Every member of the commit tee Is urgently requested to bo on hand promptly. Mnny friends of Robert J. Haap assembled nt his home on Tay lor avenue, Monday evening, In honor of hie thirty-seventh birth day. The livening was most en Joyably spent. Mi. Haag was presented with a very handsome chnlr, the gift of bis friends. At the conclusion of a season of social enjoyment, supper was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs Harvey Long, Mis D Una, , Miss Mar garet Robinson, Mi's Doia Haag Mies Hattle Kurtz, Misses Carrie ana Lydla Sailer, "Miss Maud Stern, Mr and Mrs. Bass, Edward Peters, Wil liam Feiber and Albrt Sutheilng. A party was tendeied Miss Giace Moore at the home of her paients last evening In honor of het nlnteenth birthday. Games dancing and music was Indulged In. At a scnronablo hour leficsltnients weie seived Those piesent weie. Mlses Grace Paxtoit, Giace Vhom.is, l.dlth Miller, Mjitb Mai left Beitha liNhop, Min nie Ftant7, Amelia Ecetsley, Lizzie Eccile. Anna Phillips, Llzle Swur vltts, Giace Moote nnd Misi Hugh Rodlnna, Hugh Moore, Chillies Har mon, Albert Thomas, Chailes Thomas, Charles Mole, Will Hughes, Jacob Aisle and llarr Kclle Smoke the Pocono, 5-cent Cigar. m Must be cleaned out so come early find get the first pick. Cm Hive you most all sues. Our Tan .ind Russets for Children and Misses are cut to less th.m cost to us. Children's Tan Lace and Button, regular price $1.00. Cut price... 05C Children's Tan Lace and Button, rcgulai price $1.25; sizes 84 to 11. Cut 0 piice 69C Misses' Tan Lace and But ton, tegular price $1.50 ; sizes 2 to 2s. Cut price 99C SCHAHK S SPENCER 410 Spruce Street. We Will Dispose of Our HVIB BEFORE REBUILDING. We must have the room. Sale beginning today we close out Vic tors, '99 Hodel, all latest improve ments, were $so. at $28, net cash. Bells, lamps and brakes e.Mi.i. We have a number of makes and can please all. Some second-hand ones still left at lowest prices. ID. I 3U-31U-31S Laeka. Are. SCHANTON. PA. The Cuban Army Does not want to let go of its arms. We did not want to let go of our stock of Men's Union Milts for .Men Tor as Low n Price as SI, but we had to do that or carry them as old stock, which would never do CONRAD, Hatter 305 Lackawanna Avenue- Philadelphia Butter in One Pound Prints, 20 c Per Pound at Powder, Pistols and Blanks, nt FELXON'S Removed lo 119 Pchsi Ave. Full line of Dor Muzzles. Great Ladles' Silver Watches, 3.50. Boys' Fine Watches, ?2.75. Gold Filled Waist Sets, 50 cents. Solid Gold Baby Rings, 00 cents. Solid Gold Misses' Rings, S1.00. Fine Belt Buckles, 50 cents. Solid Gold Spectacles, ?3.50. Solid Silver Thimbles, 25 cents. Fine Silver Tea Sets, $3.50. Roger Bios.' Teaspoons, 00 cents. Roger Bios.' Sugar Shells, 37 cents. Alarm Clocks, warranted, 09 cents. DMIDOW BROS., JEWELERS 227 Lackawanna Ave. Style Jiml Comfort Combined in Our Line of Negligee Shirts, Uelts Straw Hats, Etc. BELL & SKINNER, Hotel Jermyn Utilising. till - ,,!;. J P' If you are buying a Wedding Present, come in and look through our stock. We cau surely suit you in price and styles. C. J. WEiCHEL, 132 Wyoming Avenue. KIALONEY OIL AND MNUFACTURING CO. TELEPHONE 622 141 to 149 Marldlai Stmf, SsmlJi, Pi BURNING AND LOBRIGATINO OILS. PAINT DEPARTriENT.-Pure White Lead, Colors and Varnishes. f1' nl & r-.v ' Darken Our Voorwny with your presence when ou want to darken out own doorway, or nnthlm else, with Pnlnts of Finn Quality. We huve ver thing In the line nt Faints, OIIk, Drv Colors, Whlto IaiuK ViirnWhct, etc Also tho right kind of brushes to apply them with All thec p lints nre of high grade an4 or great lasting qualities '1 hose for ust outsldo will stand years without losing color. MATTHEWS BROS., 310 Lackawanna Avenue. aiiiiimiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiuu 1 Hand & Payne m II u S Knox 5 oo and $4. Other 5 well known makes at $1.00, 5 S $1.50 and S2.00. Best for S s the money. 5 I HAND & PAYNE "ON THE 5 svuaku. M 303 Washington Ae. S niEiiiiiisEiiiiiigiiiiitiiia:iiiiiuiiS ERCE'S MARKET All New ami Modern Fixtures. Perfect sanitary plumbing. Goods not exposed lo dust and dirt from the street. Everything a market should have you can find here. Compet ent salesmen. Prompt service. 110-112-114 PENN AVENUE. f -f-H--M- -i-r--t--r- I Comfort : Riviiiir 1 - t Furnishings For Home or Country, can be lound at "The Economy." You can depend on it Prices? Why lower than than anywhere. Quality ; .consistently the best. Have you tried the most comfortable Reclining Hammock Chair t Price Is 75 Cents. With foot rests, $1.25. Our 4- Iron Bed stock has been large- i Iy augmented by the receipt -f of a carload oi beds. Prices Bcsin at 83.35. Solid Buss Vases on Posts. X Mattings, Baby Carriages, X Go-Carls and Refrigerators at Reduced Prices. Your Credit Is Good nl X 220-227 Wyoming A7S. Wedding Presents We Arc Offering Great Bargains in Cut Glass, China, BricaBrac, Lamps, Etc i nuio ?