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T11E SCUAKTON TETBTJXE-TIITJESDAT MORNING. JANUARY 25. 1894.
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IN GHBAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Ours
e have hotter ImrcrMns everr fvr In
lie year than no-called "tmrpain 'days,"
"clearins Iftlea," and inch well-known,
worn-out, played-out Kobemea will afford,
lor real Uruius m I UibT-CLASS NKW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable aud within yoar reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
litve taken over 101 first premlumi in
lliepast fifty years.
Ct'.ior makes of Planni. Ponr mk. rf
Prpans In beautiful new designs. See our
Hoi 1; before buying. We baye the gooda,
tur prtQM n r'Sht Lvuiy Uiug ui the
STELLE "t SEELEY
IS4 Wyomlno Ave., Scranton. Fa.
NEWS FROM WES
LEW ARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., Q. 8c Co,,
mpri"totl en Each ClflIT
Barney, Brown & Co. Mfrs.
idlKi nol.i: MtUAKK.
DR. H. B. WARE
SIMM I VI, 1ST.
EYE, EAR. NOSE A.XO THROAT.
OFFICE HOURS iIFtW
135 WYOMING AVE.
Charley Ellis, the sweet-vueed Ger
man comedian, will be the attraction
M the Academy of Music this evening
He is n gieut favorito with a large ma
jority of our theater-goers, whom he
charmed louir ago bv his gracefal man
ners, with his sweet songs and devo
tion to littlo ones. His "Count Cs
tier" has been entirely re written sinc-
lie was last, seen here and greatly im
proved. He has added to his already
large collection of pretty songs and
will repeat by request his famous suc
cesses, "A Button Hole Bouquet" and
"Santa Cl.ius " Toys will be distrib
uted to the children and Imttoneirvi to
the ladies, us is his custom.
Hovr's TUfPIBAROI TOWN.
The same great cast which appeared
in New York and Boston will present "A
Temperance Town" at the Ac idmy of
Music tomorrow evening. Tho scenery
and properties are all cirriel by the
company and the sunin uire that dis
tinguished the production in otner
cities will be a feature of the engage
ment here. The cast include! George
Richards, Eugene Canfield, Will H.
Cnrrie, It, J. Dillon. Joseph Frankau.
Frank ltussell, George Obsr, E F.
Nagle, Miss Caroline Miskel, a must
charming actress and a lady possessing
rare personal beauty, together with the
Misses Lulu Tabor, Dtllas Taylor,
Laura Ayerg and Marie Unart, all well
known and capable players.
CHARLES A. GARDNER.
Charles A. G irduer, the inimitable
German dialect comedian and sweet
singer, so familiar to everybody as a
star of the first magnitude tin the dra
matic world, comes to our city with a
rare treat for our amusement lovers.
He will appear on Saturday evening at
the Aeadomy of Music in a new coiuedy
drama entitled "The Prize Winner,"
writted by Dr. E A Wood and James
R. Garey, of Pittsburg.
The Women's Guild, of St. Luke's
church, will Dive a dinner and tea at their
rooms, ;!itf Washington avenue, Thursday
next. Dmner from lu to 12. Tea from it
to 8. Diuner 50 cents, tea 25 rents. All
members of the guild are requested to
meet at the (luild rnom at 10 o'clock to as
sist in serving the dinner.
COURT HOUSE NOTES.
In an order filed with Prothonotary
Pryor yesterday. Judge John A. Sitser, of
Wyoming county, refused a new trial in
the ejectment suit of Silas Hartley against
Charles Millard and John Hull. The case
Whstiieil three times in this county aud
wan passod ou by tho supreme court once.
A rule to show cause why a new trial
ihould notlie granted was allowed by the
court yesterday in the case of N. A. Hu
bert against V. A. Beck. Tho esse was
tried hiBt Kiiilay ami a verdict returned in
favor of Mr. deck.
Court yesterday rofused to grant a rule
tosbow cjcjsc why the verdict should not
bo set aside in tho ense of Michael (iodfrey
aud others against the Moosic Mountain
and Carbondalo Kailroad company. It is
n trespass case and when tried last week
n verdict wns directed by the trial judge
for the defendant.
Attorney W. S. Diehl was yesterday ap
pointed auditor in the case of Miller against
The bearing in the habeas corpus pro
ceedings instituted by Mrs.Catharine Hru
jnage was yesterday eoutiuued nutll Satur
day ou account of the abtence of impor
The report of viewers on South Abing
ton township road was conflnnod finally
by the court yesterday and the width of
the road llxud at fifty feet.
Fifly Gsms for Ten Cents.
Hemomber that fifty beautiful pictures
-and not simply sixteen and they nil
representing the most notable buildings
and exhibits at the lain World's fair ran
now be obtained at Thk ntlBUm office for
10 cents mid three coupons. Part I of the
World's Fair Portfolia contains theie ar
tistic gems and souvenirs, uot your cou
pons aud get the pictures.
Rr.MtNOTON Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for sale and rent. Copying
work exreutod. Phouographs rented for
en evening's entertainment. Telephone
8843. Edw. Uunster, Jr., 435 Spruce
A new bicycle worth ITS will be sold for
85. The machine is gunrautoed and is a
t are bargain. Machino may be soen at the
MAHON Gerald Mahon, aged 1 year, 0
months and 10 days. Funeral Friday
afternoon at A SO from 502 Third street.
Happenings or a Day That Will Interest
VERY SUCCESSFUL LANTERN SOCIAL
A Pleasant Event at the Plymouth
Congregational Church Enjoyable
Entertainment at the Jackson Street
Baptist Church Collection to Be
Taken for the Late Rev D. W.
Thomas' Family Short News Notes
The West Sid office of the PonANTlx
Tmnurnt is located at lit Siutli Miin ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisement!
and communications will receive prompt
A lantern social was held last even
ng in the Plymouth Congregational
church. The room was beatifully dec
orated with bunting and Japanese lan
terns while the members of classes
and 28, who hud the entertainment in
charge wore small lanterns in their
button boles. Hie auditorium was
packed and many people bad to stand.
Will Johns, the chairman announced
as the first number, a piano duet by
Miss Amy Howell and Lillian Reynolds
which was well played. Miss Josie
ittchards of the east side sang a solo
in goo.l style and was liberally ati
plnuded. A piano solo was rendered by
Prof. Ross. The Brownies gave an ex
cellent exhibition with Indian (dubs,
after which Prof. Weston, their in
structor, gave an exhibition with the
clubs. Miss Cora Griffin gave an ex
cellent recitation. A violin solo was
given by Miss Gtusie Long, The clos
ing number was a selection by a quar
tette. A social was then held nod was
thoroughly enjoyed by all. During the
social the Oct Chord Glee club sang
An Unique Social.
Misses May Anthony and Sarah A.
Jones gave a very unique entertain
ment last evening in the Jackson Street
Baptist church with the assistance of
the young people. Tho prozramine
opened with a solo by g R. Griffiths,
after which a recitation was given by
Miss Alic Jones A vocal dut was
rendered by William Axen and John
Lloyd. Miss Nettie Lewis gave a
recitation and a selection was rendered
by William B. Owens and party. Miss
Mattie Thomas recited and Miss
Martha Nichols rendered a solo entitled
"Last Hymn. A Couture of the occasion
was a drill by sixteen yomig girls.
Tin se who participated wer Misses
Carrie Anthony, E lit!) Beddoe, Martha
Nichols, Annie Williams, Bertha id
dick, Mattie Thomas, Sadie Thomas,
Lizzie Meredith, Norma Meredith,
Lizzie Morgan, Mary Davies, Burbarba
Davies, Celia Lewis, Nettie Lewis,
Sarah Davies. Cora Reese.
A Benefit Collection.
A collection for the benefit of the fa
mily of the late Rsv. D W. Thomas,
formerly pastor of the Jacksou Street
baptist church, who died at Denver
Col., on Jan. 7, will be taken to the
above church next Sunday morning
and evening. Mr. Thomas, previous to
his death, suffered from u continued
illness for many years, whereby he was
unable to follow his vocation. Persons
desiring to contribute can leave their
subscriptions witn P. i iobols, William
Bowens, Thomas J. Rice, Mrs. Pritohard.
Mrs. David C. Williauis or Mrs. Mey.
Interesting News Notes.
Mrs Emil Strob, of Binghamton, is
visiting friends on this side.
The Cymrodorion'society held a meet
iug last evening in the West Side bank
Miss Costness, of Bald Mount, is vis
iting lrienus Here.
Tho infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Richard Price, of North Garfield avi
nne, died Tuesday evening, The fu
neral will take place this afternoon
Interment at Washburn Street ceine
Daniel Ridall, of WilkesBarre, is
visiting relatives on bjuth Main
J. P. Acker, of South Main avenue,
will leave for Syracuse. N. Y.. today.
Windsor Thomas, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James 1'. Thomas, of Sonth Main
avenue, is ill.
We open in our new store this morning,
The Scuanton Cash Stork.
WAR OF DEACLES GOES MERRILY.
The Second Act Enacted in Alderman
The second act in the domestic
drama in which Arthur and Joseph
Deacle, of Providence, are enraged to
star In, was enacted in Alderman Ful
ler s court yesterday afternoon.
A week ago yesterday while Arthur
Deacle was attempting to hold posses
sion of a house in Providence, which is
111 dispute between the brothers irjilnst
Joseph Everson, a tenant whom J 6lb
Deacle was trying to place 11 me
house, tho allegation was th it Er r-
son drew a revolver and threatened to
blow Arthur Djacle's heart out.
Twenty or thirty witnesses were
sworn but, tneir stories conflicted so
that it would have taken a Philadel
phi a lawyer to have unravelled th
snare. The aldermtn reserved his de
We open in onr new store this morning
Tho Sl ltANTO.N Camii Stduk.
, o 1 '11
REPORT OF THE POLICE WORK.
The Month of December Yielded Fines
Amounting to $382.
The monthly report of Ouief of Police
Simpson tor the month of December
shows that the total number of arrests
was 138. Of that number forty-one
were for drnnkeaness, thirty-six for
drunk aud disorderly, thirty-two for
lightiug and tweuty-uiue for minor
Twenty-nine cbsss were committed
to the county jail; thirty-six were die
charged at the bearing, rour were
bound over to r.onrt. Of tho number
committed to the county jail twenty-
four were males and live urils. The
tines collected amounted to 183. Dnr
ing the past nine mouths the amount of
tines collected was H,9eil.s8i or nearly
enough to pay the expenses of the de
partment for the same number of
We open in our now store this morning
llln SCRANTON UASII STORE.
Music Boxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play any desired numbor of
luiiun. UUUhDVUI iv owitn., uinu uioviu I Ol M,
iijjio ( uoHtnut street, rntiaaeipnui, won
derful orchestrial organs, only $5 and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
The pictures which have excited the ad
miration of so many people may be had at
Tick trirune ollico today. The demand
was so great that the simply was ex
hausted, but a thousand are now ready
of a Day That Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers.
Surprise at the Excellent Quality of the Stand
ard Works Furnished.
SILK MILL TO WORK FULL TIME
George Singleton, of Dover, N. J.,
Speaks About the Trade General
Distrust and Shrinkage in Values.
Gustave Teske Assaulted by High
waymenFuneral of Harry Dalton.
Shorter Paragraphs of Interest.
The Meadow Brook Silk millGeorge
Singleton, of Dover, N. J., lessee, which
has been working short time of lute, is
being got in readiness to be operated
to its full capacity. Workmen are put
ting in overtime making the needed
repairs, and when these are completed
the mill will work in all its floors.
During the past tew months the mill
has bxon working very poorly and like
the other factories in th vicinity,
there were several weeks of idleness.
t present there are 120 hands em
ployed and next month the pay roll
will show 325 persons drawing wages.
In conversation yesterday, Mr. Sin
gleton said: "We are getting ready to
operate every department. As to the
prospects tor the year, I think they are
bright Tor steady employment. 1 do
not mean by that, that the year will be
as good for manufacturers as past
years have been. This is impossible
for tne reason that there is a fearful
depreciation in values, tho shrinkairo
being about 1. 75 cents a pound. Silk
is a luxury, however, and there Is a
continual demand for it. Dealers are
very conservative. Their orders are
very carefully placed. When they seud
fur so many pounds of silk they want
that amount aud do not care to have
even an additional ounce tacked ou.
These conditions are due to the dis
trust engendered by the prseut politi
cal status of affairs.
Case of Highway R)bbry.
I IikI ivi- Tettke ie en 1 nnff .isi ve ntfti.
zen who resides in the Fourth district
of the Nineteenth ward. He has but
lately arrived from Girmany and is
employed in the mines of Conuell & Co.
On Saturday night, Recording to his
story, he was treated to an experience
that he is uot likely to forget in a
hurry, and one that will not m ike him
a lover of American institutions.
Ha hud renoiv.id hla nm- and nftnr
set! link; some store accounts started for
- nrt r,. .. .
nome. lien no reacneu otanoru ave
nue it was quite dark, and he was
assaulted by four men. They knocked
him down, bound and gagged him and
then riiled his pockets. He had but
$13 in Ins clothes but his assailants
took every ceut of it.
Funeral of Harry Dalton.
The funeral of Harry Dalton took
place yesterday afternoon and was
very largely attended, all his nighbors
turning out en masse to do him honor.
Services were held in the Cedar Ave
nue Methodist Episcopal church, Rev.
Mr. Sautee officiating. The flower
bearers were John Moffatt and Charles
Simrell. The pall beartrs were .1 imes
Dyer, Michael Cooke, Frunk Klein
chrodt und James Lavelle. Interment
was made in Forest Hill.
A letter recently received from Ro
bert S. Low, dated Halifax, N. S., in
formed Iriends that the young man had
been severely injured by falling over a
reservoir that his father wns construct
ing. B-sides having broken several
ribs his shoulder was dislocated.
Patrick Moore, motorman and
Philip Foy, conductor, have both been
assigued steady day rum on the South
Side line. The promotions were made
becauso of an extra car to Greenwood.
Rev. Richard Aust, of the Polish
Catholic church, celebrated the month's
mi id mass for the welfare of the late
Patrick Gallagher yesterday morning,
It was very largely attended.
We open in our new store this morning.
The Scranton Cash Store.
REMOVALS AT THE COUNTY JAIL.
Humphrey Bradley and Liuis Qscbeidla
Removed by Sheriff Fahey.
Sheriff John J. Fahey yesterday re
moved Humphrey Bradley ami Louis
Gscbeidle from their positions as keep
ers at the county jail. Air. iuuey was
dissatisfied with the conduuk Of the
keepers on Monday when Otlando v. J.
wards escaped from the jail.
He appointed in their plaoes Gtbrge
C. Griswold, who has been one of his
depmies for several months, and John
Geffuey. The appointments were con
firmed by the court and went into ef
fect at once.
Mr. Griswold went on duty at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon aud Mr.
Gaffney will begin this morning. Mr.
Griswold was a keeper before he be
came deputy sheriff
The men removed have been em
ployed at the j til for several years.
We open in our new store this morniug.
The Scranton Cash Store.
REMARKABLE DEMAND FOR THEM
All Handsomely Bound and Well
Printed on Superior Paper in Large
Clear Type, wrth Illuminated Cov
ers, Resembling the Works Con
tained in the Albright Library List
of the Titles of Books Contained in
the Oxford Series.
TO HONOR ROBERT BURNS' BIRTH.
Annual Bacqietofthe Scranton Cale
donlan Club at the Wyoming.
Tho annual banquet of the Scranton
Caledonian club which will be held at
t tie Wyoming this evening promises to
be an unusually enjoyable affair.
The one hundred and thirty-fifth an
niversary of the birth of Scotia's bard,
Robert Burns, will be celebrated in or
atory and song by well known persous.
Among those who will speak are Judge
li. AI. Hid wards, Mayor W. L. Connell,
Captain B. E. Morris, Colonel Frank
J. Fiizsitninons, iDr. James McLeod,
William T. Smith, Senator M. E. Mo-
Douald, Professor George Phillips and
The music for the occasion will be
rendered by the Caledonian Glue party
1111 irr me leaders-lip or rrofeseor J. 11.
McMillan. Supper will be served at D
We open in our new store this morning.
The Scranton Cash Store.
Important to Buciueia Hen.
j he 1 RiuiiNK win soon publisii a care
fully compiled aud classified list of the
leading wholesale, hanking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The rditiou will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our publio build
ings,tnisiuoss blocUs,streets,etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at lame. itepresonMitives or 1 he THtniiNE
will call upoii tuouk wuuae nimes
are desired lu this edition and explain
its nature more rimy, we trust ouri.iVK
hukinehh men will givo It their hearty
Those desiring views of their residences '
In this edition will please leave notice at
Anheuser Buech Beer.
Louis Lthuiun'e, ittu Spruce iU
Crowds of people anxious to see the
books of tiie Oxford, Rugoy and Col
umbus series yesterday filled tUe
Tribune offi e, and their curiosity was
soon turned to pleasure, for they had
not expected to behold such an excellent
quality of standard works, so hand
somely bound, such fine paper aud in
such clear and large type.
It should be borne in mind that all
the books of all the series, which have
illuminated covers, are bound in oloth,
many of them in the English vellum
cloth. As a cons- qtiouce the demand
for the books exceeded all expectations.
The general remark of surprise was
that they resembled almost ex ictly the
line works in the Scranton library.
They bad not looked for such excell-
All these books in the different series
have arrived, aud as there is a raid on
some special authors it will pay those
desiring first choice to cut coupons
nd send in their oasti witnont uoiay.
Following are the titles of the books
comprised in the Oxford series:
Chestnuts, Old and New.
East 1 .Mine
Children of the Abbey.
Tom Cringle's Log.
Vicar of Wakefield.
Arabian Nights Entertainment).
Deldeej or the Iron Hand.
E igene Arum.
The Obnntess Eve.
Tno Confessions of a Woman.
Wooed aud Married.
Two Years llorore the Mast.
AH S jrts and Condition of Men
Tom Brown at Oxford.
Tom Wowu's School Days.
A Strange Story.
Mill on tho FIjbs.
Last Days of Pompeii.
Daughters of Beth.
Heart of Oold.
Kestell of Oreyston.
Cbaplut of Pearls.
Frederick the Ureatand His Court,
Armorel of Lyonesse.
Lime Kiln Club.
An April Lady.
A Markod Man.
Crinps, The Carrier.
Tho Honornble Miss,
Lady Maude's Mauia.
Bride of Lammermoor,
Life of Daniel Uooue.
The Rival Princes.
Murdered in tho Rue Morgue
Reproach of Auuersley.
Lust of tho Mohicans.
Old Myddluton's Money.
Tho Mysterious Island.
Mystery of OrcivaL
Tho Second Wile.
Search for Llasil LyndLurst.
The Hone of the Seven (Jablee.
The Wages of Sin.
Strange Adventures of a Pheatou,
Birds of Prey.
The Firm of Uirdleston.
Fern L. 'lives.
Ciuu les Auchester.
Our Mutual Friend.
A Pair of Blue Eyes.
The Human aud Divine.
Th Story of an African
Crown of Wild Olives.
Life of Kit Carson.
1 lavid ( lopperfleld,
Child's History t England.
The Fairy of the Alps.
Mv Laid and My Lady.
Tour of the World in 0 Days.
Twenty Thousand Leauus Under the
The Phantom Ship.
Knickerbocker History of Now York.
Lady A ml ley's Secret.
A Hardy Horseman.
House on. the Marsh.
The Owl House.
Old Curiosity Shop.
Nick of the Woods.
Wit, Humor aud Pathos.
in the BchllllDgsoourfc
My Heart's Darling.
Lifo of David Crocket.
Lady C'astlemnins's Divorce,
The Sin of Joost Avulitigh.
Half Hour with (treat Humorists.
Half Hour with Ureat Story Tellers.
Half Hour with Great Novelists,
History of the United States.
Hor Dearest Foe.
Urimm's Fairy Tales.
Faith and Unfaith
'I he DeeniBter.
A False Start.
Scenes from Clerical Lifo.
Old Mamselle's Secret,
Tho Lerongo Case.
March in the Ranks.
Sloane Square Scandal.
The Wigwam aud Cabin.
Macleod of Dare. 9
Hon (juixote. ,
Cast Up by the Sea.
Other People's Money.
The Dove in the Eagle's Nest
The First Violin.
The Parting of the Ways.
Forty Liars und Other Lies.
The Vicorate's Bride.
Far From the Maddening Crowd.
Dramas of Life.
Mary St. John.
Shadows and Sunbeams.
Phra, the Phoenician.
Swiss Family Robinson,
Ladies' Family Physician.
An Egyptian Princess.
Anduraou' Fairy Tales.
Twenty Years After.
The Scarlet Letter.
The Arundel Motto.
Is Life Worth Living.
Thaddeus of Warsaw.
The Wooina O't.
Twice Told Tales.
The Y'oung Duke.
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
We open in our new store this morning.
Tho BcRAierori Cash Stork.
One dozen of Gritlin's ivoryctte photoe
will make twelve Christmas presents.
What cun you present your friends that
will be more acceptable?
Books ! Books ! Books 1
During the coming week we shall offer
to the subscribers of Thk Trihlne rare
bargains in books.
We have a large line of blight and pop
ular volumes, elogantly bound, that wo
intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at about niie-fourth of the usuul price.
The following list will give you an idea
of the inducements aud the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
The World's Fair (New) t .85
Pictorial History of the Great
Civil War 3.00 .80
Pilgrims' Progress illlust'edi 160 .80,
Earth, Sea and Sky 3 75 ,75
Murvelous Wonders 3.75 .85
Lile and Works of Bourgeon 1.60 .60
Pictorial History of the Bible 3.75 .86
Museum of Wonders 2.76 .85
From Pole to Polo 2.75 .80
Pictrrlal History of the Uni
ted States 8 efl .01
Science of Life 2.75 LOO
Life of Barnnm 1.50 .50
Indian Horrors 1.5') .50
J' sephus 8.00 1.00
Shopu's Photographs 3.50 1.35
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
On presentation of two of thee
Coupons, Subscribers of TIIE TRIB-
UNE may purchase any book in the
1 above list.
We open in our new store this morning.
The Scranton Cash Stork.
38 and 35 Lackawanna avenue. Every
dny fvom 6 a. m. to 10 u. m. Round steak,
lie; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
10c.; chuck roast, Sc.; boiling meat, 4c:
fresh pork, Vio.; pork sausage, 12o.
don't know it,
but it is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
DINNER, TEA AND
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
CHINA v HALL
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avonue.
OOK at the mark-down I
prices in our windows.
This season's goods. I
No chestnuts exhibited.
I MARTIN & DELANY
CLOTHIERS AND CUSTOM TAILORS. S
TIE COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list.
E verett Pianos,
Vose & Sons' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RE NOW NEC
E stey Organs,
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organ ;
kinds of Musical Merehn4li
lunstitntly on hand.
The Holidays are here, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a Chriatn.ai
1 resent. Trices are lower than any other music storo in Scranton. Sped.
Attention Keiiii inber always when you start out to search for a Piano or Or
gan that Christopher Columbus points with his right hand to the eiaot sUce
you want to go. Now here It I9:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
Do You Need an Ulster?
Do You Need an Overcoat?
J F YOU do, now is the time to buy one,
and our store is the place to get it.
Because we are going to sell every onr
which we have in our store this wrinter.
Price is no object, profits have now disap
peared, and you can buy one very cheap.
THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Lcok for our name before the door before en
tering. Make no mistake.
Is usually looked upou as
inferior in quality. This is
not tho cast' with our slock
of Men's and Women's Shoes
which we are offering at
cheap prices - cheaper, in
fact, than such a grade of
goods has over before been
sold in Scranton. These
cheap prices will only pro
vail until Feb. 1.
Arcade Shoe Store.
G.W. Owens & Co,
Lsdirs' Tailors and Furriers,
KfQ BPRUCE ST.,
OVJO COi: NT HOUSE SQUARE
Corbett or Mitchell
It makes no difference to us.
We are selling an A-No. I
$1.50 Per Set
BEE THEM IX OTJB WINDOW. n
Florey & Holt
408 Spruce Street.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tho Spprislist on tlio Eye. RwdMhM m'
NnrvoUKiKwn relieved. Latest nnd Improved
Btylo of Eye. (llanaim anil typoi tai'leg at tho
Lowest Trices. Dost AfttBoM Eyes innortoil
JOS SPRUCE ST., cp. FoV. Office.
Think that because you hay nol
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES, JACKET,
That yon cau Kt along without it tbi
winter. We have three moutha of
cold weather ahead of 113.
To dress warm is to hare GOOD
You will find our stock largo with
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