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THE SCH ANTON THIKUNE-THURSDAY MORNINO. MARCH 15. lfsi4.
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'35 WYOMING AVE.
J. D. Stoue, of Potts ville, to here yos
A. I). Miller, of Sbumokiu, ll At the West
A, H, Moore, of NichoUou, was m the
Theodore Rodeker, of Blooinsburg, was
J. J. Kelly, of Arctibald, waa a Scrautou
W, J. Walker, of Bingbututou, waa iu
thi city yesterday.
H. J. Truesdell, of BiUjiimmtou, was iu
Scran ton. yesterday.
A. H. Moore, of Nicholson, was a Scran
ton visitor yesterday.
Charles H SUte, of K.ugstou. yesterday
was visitor iu this city.
H. M. Posteo, of Wilkes-Barre, was en
gaged ou btisiues here yesterday.
Charles S Rustler, of Alleutown, was
entered on business here yesterday.
F. U. Austin, of Hazleton. is the truest of
W. Chaptu Squires at the Wyoming.
Jamea W. Piatt, ex-postmaster of Tuuk
hauuock, was iu this OltJ yesterday.
Dr. J. H. Keynolds, a Toled physiciau.
Was in Scrautou yesterday att-ruoou.
William Watkins, E. R. ' 'able and E.
Hammond, allot Owego, Y Y., were iu
Prothonotary and Mrs. W. J. Baker, of
M utrose. are visiting " S. Woodruff aud
Jlr. and Mrs. C. A Sumiii,
A. L. Ewius, jr., of Rochester, a popular
commercial mu who ha a large number
of Scranton friends, is at the Westmin
ster E. W, Smith, H'nsdale; Kichard Smith,
Wilk-s-Barre; Albert Bret, of the White
Star liue, New Vork, are at the Valley
H. Mevers, Wilkes-Barre; Colonel
Thorna M. Weir, Tampa, Fla.. F. A.
Mosier, Pittston. and J. E. Durham. Al
lentown, aw registered at the Wyoming.
The most pleasant aud enjoyable social
event tint nas occurred b-re for many
years was the men's social which was
held at the Presbyterian chnrch Tues
day sTetiing. The attendance wss
Tery large, there hin bi-tween 400
and 500 people present. All class-s
and creeds joined in making the affair
the stnoendous success that it was. and
it will be long remembered by those in
attendance. As early as T o'clock the
people bf:an to arrive, and an hour
later the Urge parlors were tided to
their utmost capacity. After a short
musical entertainment the quests were
invited to the dining hall, where sis
large tables were spread. From then
until a Ut? hour a Urge uoips of
waiters was kept busily eng ige l sup
plying the wants of the crowd. It was
a sociable in reality. Much ere lit is
due t'red Hartnoll and his assistants
for the success of the affair.
Request Tribe, No. M7, Improved
Order of Red Men, will hold its MrBt
annual pow wow and long talk at the
Odd Fellows' hall this evening. About
SOU invitations have been issued to
friends to join them in their celebra
tion. There will be danaes in Indian
costumes and a supper will follow.
Oroeeryman Alger's spirited team
created a vast amount of excitement in
the vicinity of the "corners" yesterday
forenoon. They were standing at tho
back end of the store when impsl led by
some impnise they dsshed away at a
frightful speed. Down Blaksly street
they sped until a strong p de in front
of the Exchange hotel laid claim to the
wagon and tore it away from the
frightened team, being freed from the
w,i . they continued their course
down to Brook street, where they were
captured. One of the horses was
Miss Blanche Bloss is visiting friends
at Hoad ley's.
Mrs. J C Moffatt and Mrs J M.
Moffatt are visiting friends in New
H. A. Macs has removed his family
from Green Ri ige to their new home
on Dudley street.
Miss Jennie Blickens, of Hyde Park,
was a caller her last evening.
Mtss May Beck, of Moicow, is visit
ing friends at this place.
A. L. MacDonaid is convalescent
after a few days' illness.
Rev. Mr. Irving, the new Episcopal
minister, will remove his family from
Tunkhsnnock to this place next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Squires, of
Tunkhunnoclc, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. T S, Hopkins.
Frank Colien has opinol a news
stand in the building lately occupied
by Taylor Burke on Chestnut street.
ENTERTAINMENT AT PINE BROOK.
Will Be Oivsn by St. John's Pioneer
Corps Tomorrow Nig-ht.
An entertainment will lie given at
St. John's ball, Plot Brook, tomorrow
evening by St. John's I'loowr corps,
at which the following programme
will be rendered:
Kemarks Hy Chairman
Solo Kichard Evans
Recitation Miss Kosn Shields
Solo Miss Angelia H ewitt
Song and Dance O'R'mrke mid Cawloy
Solo Miss Katie Frat.tz
fuar ,e. ..McNulty, Jones, Kvu, Jones
Solo Miss Mary Nlland
Duet Mackerel and McConnack
Clog John Ryder
Solo Miss Sadie Dougherty
Double Clog Mackerel Brothers
Solo Miss Mary Powell
Solo John Connelly
English Comedian Harry Hubbard
Solo Edward Kelly
Solo is Maggie Harrington
Double Clog McDonough and Walsh
Solo William S. Jones
HOPKINS HAD TOES SQUEEZED.
As a Result Dr. Roberts Had to Am
William John Hopkins, employed as
a driver at the Dodge mines, whtle at
tempting to stoal a ride on a Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western coal train
yesterday missed his footing and had
his toss crushed under the wheels.
Dr. J. J. Roberts was called and
found it necessary to amputate the
Eastkh millinery opening at Mrs. Lang
staff's, 10U Wyoming avenue.
NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
Happenings or a Day That Will Interest Hyde
PATRICK ffl'HUGH. JR.. INJURED
Shot Himself in the Hand While Play
ing with a Revolver- Party at the
Residence ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Metzger Preparing, for the Competitions-
-Money tor the Simpson
(The West Side ottos of the S(isato
Tribune is located at lis Month Main are
BOt, where subsrriptiout, advertisements
and cotumuutcetloua will receiTa prompt
Patrick MoHtub, jr., of .Ucktou
street, severely injured himself yester
day while playing with ... revolver
Where he obtained the dangerous
playthiug is not known, but it proved
to be loaded and r.-a ly for business.
While discharging tho weapon lis in
soma manner shot himself In tne arm.
The bullet travelled upward atld lodged
in the in m
Dr. George H. Keynolds was sum
moned and after considerable probing
located and removed the ball. The
woun 1 is u painful one, but in no seuse
Cloittig of Night School.
Tonight the closing exercisjs
of No. 31 night school of winch
Professor M. B Kane is principal, will
be held at the school building begin-
Ding at 7 p. m, The (.rogratnuw that
lias been arranged is
instrumental musio, "Bonlanger's march"
Mies Murv t aiiiitell
Opening romai ks . . Principal M. B Keautt
Soug, '"America ' The schools
Recitation, "The Phantom ship"
Recitation, "Heads'' . Alphonaui Vanaton
Recitation, "Speech of bergeaut Busfut"
Soug, "poi give and Porget"
A class from the day grammar sell ol
uecitation, "Thi American Sailor"
Recitation, "ICan't" Willie Bognei
Address Ilou. T. V Powuetly
What is a successful night school"
Superintendent Ueo-ge W. Phillips,
Controllers Qeorge I Carson Jaiut-s
A. Evans, J H. Williams t'red U
Wormser, W illiam U. O'MaUey, W. S
Lauustiiff, Johu i'evauuey, H. (J O'Mal
ley, C. H. Von Storch.
Song, "Dip Boys, Dip the Oar"
The Teachers Miss Agues V. Murray
A Plsasant Party.
About forty young people gathered
st the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curies
Meizzer, on Mullien street, Tuesday
evening The family has recently oc
cupied its new ami handsome dwelling,
and the party was given in honor of
the event. The assemblage v,is aplens
iug one and the eveiiing was most mer
rily enjoyed by all of those present.
Miss Qaisie Long, who is noted for her
whistling abilities, gave several selec
tions. Dancing and games were in
dulged iu. Rsfresbraetits were served
at a seasonable hour, alter which all
depirted for their homes.
Rsady for Comitliln
The m-eting of the literary society
of th First Welsh Uiptist church for
Friday evening will not occur owing to
the rehearsal of the Hyde Park Union
society to be bell at tha churcn, which
will be the last rehearsal of the society
before enteriuir into the cpntest at the
Wilk-s Btrre Eisteddfod on Saturday,
The choir numbers 150 voices under
the leadership of William Ev ins Tne
.vmpetttion will be for i '))) prizj for
the best ren lition of "U Gre.it is the
The Chi Upsilon society of the
Washburn Street Prsabyterian chnrch
will give a free entertainment this
eveaing at the church, where tbt fol
lowing nrogramm will be rendered.
Allegro Spiritusso No. h
"Sweet Be Thy Rest" Schoecker
Vocal Solo with Violin Obligate
Miss Clara Branderi
Sleigh Kide Galop Tocaben
Morse Mandolin and (iuitar ( lub.
Violin Solo Fred Widmayer
"Hear Oor Prayer" Abbot
Muses Saunders, Jones and W. J. Davies.
Accompanist Walter Davies
The Amount Obtained.
A few weeks ago the official board
of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
chnrch decided to endeavor to rais
'J 000 to apply on the church debt,
with the understanding that no sub
scriptions wre to be paid nutil the en
tire amonnt was snhscriosd. At a
meeting of the hoard on Monday even
ing ov-r $1,900 was paid, and the bal
ance of $100 wis handed in on Tuesday,
rn iking tne full amount. Gr-at credit
is due Rev. Dr. Floyd for his noble
work in this matter.
Injurtd In tho Mine
Natter Wright, ef Frink street, a
lanorer in the dp.wse mine, was badly
injured yesterday by a fall of rosk. He
was brought to the surface and con
veyed to nil botne, where Dr. George
B. Reynolds found him suffering from
internal injuries and a fractured hip
Msny Brlsf Items
The Ladies' Ai l of the First Welsh
Baptist church hold at . the church
parlors yesterday from i until 10 p. in.,
which was well patronized
Misa Bertha Curtis, of Elmhtirst,
will be the guat nf Miss Lizzie TbOBIM,
of North Garfield avenue tliis evening
The funeral of Thomas Lloyd, of
1,801 Division street, wno died at his
home on Tnsnday evening, will take
plsce tomorrow at J B0 o'clock.
lh rmieral of Mrs. Alary Campbell,
who died on Tuesday morning from
injuries received by harm at the horn i
ot her d i tighter, Mrs. Mary Cawley, of
113 North (Irant avmiuu, will take
place this morning ut U ;I0 o'clock. A
high massof reouiem will he celebrated
at St. Patrick's churoli.
Mr. and Mr. Morris Natiman, of
Strondsbnrg, who has been visiting at
the home of Mr. Hteenback, on Price
Street, will return nOIBI today.
William, the 14 year-old son of lliv.
J. T. MoMa, of Sonth Main nvenus.was
by a dog iu the oalfoftthe log
00 ...esday. 'Hie wound was dressed
by Dr. J. J. Roberts.
The Dickson BaSJO, Mandolin and
Uuitar.club will give an entertainment
and social in Meara' hall on April 11.
The regular monthly social given by
the Indies of the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church will occur tomorrow
evening. Coffee and cake will be served
free. These sooials are becoming very
popular and largely attended.
Contractor I Iwin Hughes yesterday
began work for the erection of a double
bouse on Jackson street for D. B.
Beadleston ft Wonra's and Ballsn tine's
Ales are the best. K. J. Walsh, agent, M
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Harney Ferguson ft Company will be
the attraction at the Acadiny or Music
this evening. For live consecutive sea
sons "McCarthy's Mishaps'' has been
presented to Bcranton theater goers.
and eaah time seems to improve with
age. The company this season is the
strongest that the faros has ever been
presented by, as many of the old a
vorites have been retained. Birney
Ferguson, the little man who by his
proclivities to exnilarate Hie rillblei
Ingratiated hiunslf with the follower
of "MomUC," is yet The Dsn nil Mc
Carthy npou wlntn the mishaps all fall
Tomorrow evening the people of this
city will have an opportunity of again
seeing Frank Mayo as "Dm I Crock
ett." Gf him tiie Bostoi Post says:
"Mr. Mayo's delineation of tu char
acter of Davy Crock-tt- -the illiterate
but ma ly, sympathetic an I fearless
frontier hero has lost nothing of the
cleverness and charm that made it so
popular twenty years ago, when he
hrst aDOeared in that role; and ins
magnetism is as great, and his hold on
the public as strong ai at auy time iu
ONE ot 1KAT S FARCES
"A Brass Monkey, " Charles H. Hoyt 's
funny satire on the tboussnd and one
popular superstions of the day, which
comes to the Academy Siturday even
ing, is conceded to be one of his merri
est creations, it is full of fun, clev
erly constructed and entertaining iu
every liue The thread of the plot is
strong along tbj adventures of Jonah,
a man of-all-work in an auction store,
and incidentally there are introduced
many types of charaoter which are in
stantly recognized by the audieuco as
AS TO WATCH MAN PHILLIPS.
He Was Attentive to His Duties at Web
tsr and Vine.
Last Saturday morning nt " o'clock
Watchman John Pntllips heard the
report of a pistol near the corner of
Webster and Vine street. L'pou Inves
tigating he fonod that Will Bradbary
had discharge 1 the weapon at two dogs
who were threatening his chicken
Tins are the real f iris In relation
to report in last Monday's TrIBUKK,
which reflected upon Mr. Phillips'
watchfulness Officer Phillips has hern
attentive at bis post and do-'s not de
serve to bo charged with in discretion
in the use of fire arms
- . .
AT WONDERLAND THEATER.
Last Night's Performance Witnessed by
a U od Audience.
The variety show at Wonderland
this week is a good one and drew a fine
audience last evening R zhart, the
male soprano and prima donna, is an
sunning character, as is also Alexan
der Wilson, the ventriloquist. Dsn ('.
Manning and Joe mid Mnie Paisley
made decided hits
.loius and Edwards, the telegraph
boys, also gave a clever exhibition.
A concert will be given at ten Provi
dence Methodist Episcopal church to
morrow evening. The "Hallelujah
Chorus'' anil "Gloria" from Twelfth
muss wlil he rendered bv n full chorus
ami orchestra. The Uurde.i Village
quartette, of Pittston, will assist at the
Kxtensivs improvements are hiing
mails at the Providence Delaware an I
Hudson station, by way of sidewalk',
News items for The TrIBI mc can be
left at Lewis' drug store.
Scrnntnn's BttSinOCC Internets.
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fully complied and I . .; I lit of tho
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ing and prnfesnoiial interests of HofUtOfl
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photogravure, views of our public build
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resentation of Hcranton's many indus
tries. It will bo an invaluable exposition
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will rail upon those whose names
are nnsiHtii iu this edition mid explain
its nature more fully.
Those deiring views of their residences
iu this edition will please 1 avu notice at
McBkide s new Turkish bnlh. Every
thing new, 501 Spruce street, opposite
Milwaukee Bock Resr,
1'abst .Milwaukee Dork Beer on draught
at John I.ohmann'b,
' 2iy Lnckawaunu avenue.
NOTES OF SOUTH SIDE
s oi a u.iy uiai win
Mauy Tribune Headers,
WALKED TEN BLOCKS IN HIS SLEEP
A Local Teamster Passes Railroad
Crossings and Walks Over a Bridge
Without Waking - A Runaway Car
from tho Tunnel Mines Sermon at
Minooka Injured by a Car Jumping
tho Track Other Items.
Hen Duiitiinga, of lirook street, who
handl-M the rlbboiiii behind a pair of
company mules, underwent a somnam
bulistic experience the other night, and
it is puz.liug his brain since as to how
it all happened. Ho took a trip to the
central city early in the evening and
performed the busim-sa he had on hand,
aftur that he made a cull on one of his
acquaintances. The evening woro
away and tho fact soon dawned
on lion that he hud missed the last oar
and would have to walk home. From
hi tale, it seoms that after he turned
down Mattes street. his eyelids dropped
and a gentle slumber fell upon him.
Ik tbil dreamy stale he wan lured on
and, perhaps, would have reached borne
mid got to bed without ever knowing
the difference had it not been for a
shock lie received from a rude elep ou
the buck An officer of the law ad
minitered it and DiuuiingH awoke.
Hurt In the Mines.
Roman Ni czalkevitch, a sou of Jo
seph Neczalknvitch, a shoemaker of
Miuooku, was seriously hurt iu the old
shaft of the Groeuwo id Coal company
yesterday morning ul 11 o'clock. The
boy u uhout 14 years old and was em
ployed as a driver. He was riding ou
the front bumper of a osr that
was drawn along the gangway road
by a mule. The car jumped the
track at a latcu and his foot was
oangbt under the bumper. The instep
and ankle were badly smashed, and it
is feared that amputation will be re
quired. Dr. Hotiser, of Taylor, was
oalled to attend the case in the absence
of the family physician, Dr. J. J. Walsh,
of Pittston avenue The injured mem
her is so swollen that proper treatment
could not be administered yesterdur.
L iter in the day Dr. Walsh was called
and he hopes to save tho boy's foot.
Father Conway's Brilliant Ssrmon
Rev. T. J. Conway, of Dickson,
preached a beautiful sermon last night
iu the St. Joseph's church, Minooka.
The tsxt was taken from the story of
Esau in the book ot Genesis A coiu
pirison between the dashing levity of
Casan au I the sincere humility and re
pentancs of the Prodigal on when
each sought the bleating of his father,
was inado in eloquent and figurative
language Father Conway possssses an
oiotund voice, perfect enunciation, aud
utver fuils to impress his hearers.
A Car Runs Dowu a 9tsen Orade.
A loaded oar was started from the
tunnel of the William Connell Coal
company last Sunday by some boys
and it sped down the steep grade
toward the breaker. There was uoth
ing to check Its course until it reached
the levol near the blacksmith shop,
when, by that time its speed had great
ly slackened, it struck another car
standing on the track. The perpetra
tors of this piece of fiendish mischief
lire all known und will, very likely,
have to answer for it in court.
Mill Hands Annoy Residents.
The residents of Cedar avenue near
Pear street complain of the scandalous
conduct of young men ou their wy
home from the night turn in the steel
mill. At an early hour these fellows
wake folks by their brawling. The
people are tired of it and a special
policeman will be stationed in the
vicinity hereafter arid the law will be
made to deal with these disturbers of
Wcrk at Connsll Park.
The work ilone at Connell park nt
present is by men who are el veu em
ployment by Mrs W. li. Dnggun, agent
of the Board of Associated Charities.
Park Commissioner Moore is besieged
by applicants' for employment in the
park. For a while the labor will be
through the association, but Mr Moore
expects to put men to work soon on tbs
regular annual appropriation,
Ax Works' Directors MsstlDg.
A regular meeting of the directors of
the Scranton AxU works will be held
this afternoon at II o'clock in the com
pany's Office at tile works An inspec
tion of the eutiro plant will be made by
the directors and a comprehensive re
port, will b made. The works are now
operating to their fullest capacity.
Mrs. Einnia Diem retiirned'yesterday
from New York city.
August llammen.of Pittston avenue,
took sick yesterday and Is confined to
Theunployes of the William Connell
Coal compmy will be paid Saturday
The cnliisries of the William Con
nell Coal company will work only six
teen hours a week for the rest of the
The choir ol the Hickory Street Prer
byterlan chnrch held a rehearsal tail
night at Qtrmftttia hall, in preparation
for its coming concert March 'J7.
The meeting of the Botttb Side Choral
union calls I for tonight, is requested
to be attended by all the members eu
rollsd Oil I)
CASE At tbt residence of bar sister, Mrs.
P, A. Street, HIT BattdafBOB avenue,
Wednesday, Marc h II, Miss Jennie K.
Case, Funeral Friday at 1 p. in. later
inent iii Forest Hill cemetery
205 Lackawanna 4ve.
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A Sl'BAM'ON IVIIMAV'S MKTIIOU OF
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Ne Clothing Mede from old n Diamond
llyoN Sim-Iiii; iii. . Nulls, und Vnii
will. No Expense for Ken .Mutmiui
Dressing Well with Little Honey.
In these hard times a Scranton
woman has found di iinnud dyos the
greatest help in economizing. With
their aid, her husband, her children
and herself have dreitsed comfortably,
although nearly all the clothine was
old material, dyed over.
Diamond dyes make suoh beautiful
colors that goods dyed with them can
not be told from new. Any one can
use them, u , the directions are so plain
aud simple that no skill is needed. The
color is there to stay, aud will not
wash, wear or fade out.
Silk, cotton, wool, dresseB. cloaks.
stocKings, teatbert, lacus, carpet rags.
are mi easily colored liy diamond dyes
Theg are epecihlly prepared for home
use, and the makera guarantee thetn
the strongest and fastest of dyes. Use
a package and see how easy it is -to dye
st home The diamond ;hib the origi
nal package dye, and no one should
BCOept any of the Inferior substitutes
that are sometimes kept by dealers lor
a larger profit. Many of the h.-t !
in diamond dves are original discover
let that simplity the work, and cannot
be had in other dyea. Insist on having
the diamond, und you will always be
successful in home dyeing.
1 1 1 -
CONNECTIONS ARE ALL MADE.
Entire TaUphnn Hunlness Now Be Dl
reeled from New Building.
All telephone wires are now eon
minted with the new exchange ou
Adams avenue and the entire telephone
service will hereafter bu directed from
that building. The last operator was
yesterday transferred from the old ex
chiyi'o on Lickaw tuna avenu-j to the
The severing and re connecting of the
hundreds of ttltphont wires has taken
several weeks time, but b. been ac
OOmplilbtd without interrupting the
-t vice even for an hour.
Going through our stock we made a careful selection of
To close out these odd lot we will sacrifice them,
Our Bargain Counters Filled with Surprises.
Martin 6c Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
Largest and Best Line in
SPRING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Ior the Spring and
Summer of '94.
Siot'k Large aud Attractive.
Prices the Lowest nu Record.
VISIT is, BUT OR NOT.
CHINA INALIjw; OWENS
WE1CHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
5 The GEM INK Nch S
I TOM? FUNGS I
5 ESTAB. 1866.
5 New Vork wsriTiionis, No. 5
g X Fifth svenue.
E E, C. KICKFR a CO.,
R Bole dealers In this section S
g Ollliv I .'.. Ad.itiiH n,.im.. S
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Th. N.riiiiist on tho Eyp BeedeehM sni
Ni'i vimminw n'l!i'e,l l.nttHt snil Imiroid
stylo of Uyo uiiis. nmi Speoteoles at tliu
Loweet Prices, beet Artificial Byes Inserted
oS SPRUCE ST., op. Poet Office.
We are now in our
Come and see our
Florey & Holt
Cloak Makers an.l Furriers,
r.no ii CE ST.,
JUO coi kt iki i: suuahb
Special for This Com
Liilies' Kid Button, pointed n.l
Philadelphia toes, intent leather
tips; special price, $a. 69; worth, 3 50.
Ladies' Dongola Kill Button, hand
sewed, special price, $3; worth $4 50.
Misses' Kid Button, plain U e
sprinu heel, spocisl price, $ s;
worth 2 00
Boys' School Shoes, Dongola top.
to 5, special price, Si. 50;
worth - 13.00
Hen's Calf Patent Leather Luce,
pointed toes. ipcirtl price, S3. 00;
worth 4 00
Men's Calf Blucher, hnnd sewed
welt, l'iccadilly Ust, special price.
Sa. 89; worth 3 60
Little Bots' Shoei, hutton end
lace, spring 1 1 mad "just like
pupil's, "sizes ." to 10, special price.
$1.50; worth $1.90
Youths' C'slf, button and lace,
spring heol, Uoodvsar vlts siz is
11 toll, siecial price, Sa; worth, 8.S0
SC HANK'S Arcade Shoe Store.
HOW LIKE A
The Greal Marvel oi Dental Science
MAN HE FEELS
I AST YEAE he had saved $900.
lj Ho bought a house worth $1850
paid 1300 down, gave a mort
gage for Jl,5."0. Today he esti
mates as follows:
lutert on iuortire $98 OU
ThXiw und repmrs 26 JO W H
Net savin ou rent IS) SO
Saved ou nnlarv UO 00
To apply on nortfafe $'?o M
RSFLKCTIOM "In l ot K rsan that
lioue 111 tie free from debt anil 1 tfaall
have a home of in onn."
GBKKN RIDGE Is the paradise for
aoaaeei i inn .t soun ive recently no
Utieil a beaattlul villa, trhleh the .. r,
ou esny payuielils. at lhil).
fall at thelroflee betweea Waniiingtoa
sua Attasns on Olleoatfeeti
EZRA FINN & SONS.
Are at I'iPMtit th W.l Popnlar anj Preferred
W.vrereotns: Opposite Columbus Monument,
205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
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