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THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE-WEDNESDAT MORNING. MARCH 28. 1S04.
EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE 6EMUIHE POPULAR
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CFFICE HOURS :l?iTO-k
'35 WYOMING AVE.
I?, u. Loomis it in New ork on fcusi
E Shoemaker, ot BingUaraton, was in
ttio city yesterday,
B, B, Estebrook, ot Carbondale, mi in
the city yesterday.
Henry It. .lad win. of t':irtoud;ile is per
tor mi nil jury duty.
J. B. Williamson. ot W illiatnsport, was
in Scranton yesterday.
tv 8. Kennedy, of Shamokin,wai jester
day h Borauton visitor.
'. a. rain.-, of Wilkes-Barre, was en
Rscii on botmets here yesterday.
William E Ah. of Lexington, and T.
White of York, are at the Wyoming,
Mrs. L L Williami left yesterday to
viit friends and relative! la New York.
The engagement of John it. Hnghei
and Miss Bertna Longshore is annoanced.
w. L. Malln, of Bellefonte, and K C,
Kinp, of oitoona, wore in Scranton yester
day. Assist tant City Engineers Heaij and
Sberwood are on the sick iit and unable
to attend to their duties.
J. A. Taylor and P, a. Buokley, Lanes
boro; A. D, Linrty an 1 O. B, Oeorge, Will
lams port, are at the Valley House,
L. P. Wedeman, of Forest tltv; Cbarlet
P. Sobuller.of Honesdale.and B L Stuart,
of fill bond tic. are at tho Westminster.
Frank W, Martin, who, with his sitr.
was summoned to Newark hut week lr
the death of an aunt, returned yesterday
City Editor James O'Connor, of the
Truth, and Miss Minnie Well m will in
married at 10.80 tins morning at St. Pe
Rev. Geo me W, Powell, of -New ork
city, th- eloqueut preacher and lecturer,
will occupy the pulpit of the All Soul's
church on Sunday, April 1. Th- reverend
gentleman is quite well known in Scran
ton, having preached ia All Soul's church
toon after its dedication iu the spring of
The Odd Fellows' ball presented a
gala tceue last night, the occasion b?
inif the fourth annivsrtary ball of
ieor;e M. Wallace division, No. 883,
Brotherhood of Riilroad Trainmen,
The Delaware, Lack iwann i & Western,
Delaware Hu iJon Canal company,
Lehiii Vallev, Central Rulrosd of
New Jersey were represented, visitors
arriving from Jersey City,Bingbamton,
Cirbouda'.e. Wilkes-Barre and ether
railroad terminals. The bail was
handsomely an ! artisti :ally decorated.
As ti.tt visitors entered the door he was
greeted by a banner bearing tii in
scription "Wi Icome." wuile all around
the hall arraigned In oesutiful pro
fusion wre lighted lauterns i.i
v.irious hu-s and bleu ling to
gether causing one to imag
ine himself suddenly transformed
to a veritable fairy land. Mingling
among the sparkling lifht wer the
various siunal liiis used In raiirol
service. Overshadowing all whs "Old
Glory ' draped in sraceful folds iu ev
ery available nook, while festoons of
rid, white and blue wera strung from
pillar to wall, meeting at the middle
of the ball in a ban Itome center piece
of liajis and lanterns. At 9 o'clock
sharp tb' ball opened with a grand
inarch. From th-n until approaching
day break called the knlghtt of the
railroad to rest tne hall presented a
tciine of ijayetv. and the fourth annu il
bnllof the George M. Wallace lodge
paste I, long to b- remembered by those
in attendance as th grandest terpni
choretn aff air that Ijiinniore has ev-r
witnessed. John liaynes acquitted
himself admirably in the position of
master of ceremonies and was ably as
sisied by Frank Oribben. The tl aor
committee whs in charge of George
Brink. The committee on arrange
ineuie was M J. O'Hara, H P, Plain.
M. Kelly, F. McLougblin, J ii.
The borne of Kngineer A C Snydtl
whs tiie NCene of an agreeable surprise
on Monday evening, his frinls in
George U Kmitn dlition, Brother
bood nl Locomotive Engineers, having
assembled In honor of bis fortyninth
birthday, and to present him with an
el"gunt "irru chair. About twenty
coupli wd present and the evening
ws whirled away in a pleasant man
ner. Lou Van Wormor attended an Bisttr
In p at Port Jervis last night.
W. L. Porcell spent Sunday at Ply
mouth Tbt wedding of Miss Mry MoDon-
noli, of this pbic, and Thomas Walsh.
of Avoc a, occurred yesterday,
Mrs Chsrl-s Csrroll.of Butler street,
is rapidly recovering from her lulu se
Henry Bolgar. of Buffalo, Visited his
brother. Polio offl-j-r Bolgar.on Mon
day. The Druggists' MSOOiation of Scran
ton and Dm, morn yesterday decided to
ilssist iu the Sunday observance move
ment by advising its members to limit
their Sanday tales to m"iicines only.
Wanted Younir Mn nnri Woman Out
We beve had a good yenr. To meet the
demands of the school extra teacbert were,
employ iid- they are with us now. Over
600 young men and women uro out of em
ploy men t m Bcranton, This xpuug ami
summer we propose to take these young
people in our school on assy terms,
Tbn deinnnd for people Is not groat in
nny lino, but count up the people Who do
clerical work id all the offices, Stores,
banks and man u lactones, and sen what an
nrray of book-keepers, stenographers and
clerks are employed. These persons ere
the business men of tomorrow.
Hundreds of your frlenils have been at
the college and hundreds have succeeded.
The faithful ones win; the Inattentive fad.
Take these uext few months and learn
book-keeping or stenography) brash up in
grammar, spelling, arithmetic! keen your
eye on penmanship, gel a gooil knowledge
of notes, drafts, checks; know Something
of commercial law, and wind up with the
You have, the time come iu mid see ns.
Wood's Coi.i.koe Of BusiilMS and Siioht-
Hand. F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
A now Mcycls worth ?7o will be sold for
85. The machine ia guaranteed ami is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen ut the
E OP WOE'HOTES OF SOUTH IE
Happening; of a Day Tint Will Ilttmt Hyde
POLICE DO A E!G BUSINESS
Every Cell in the Station House
Taken Family War ot the Timniins'
Duo to Jealousy Two Interesting
and Enjoyable Social Events An
nual Meeting ot Stockholders of
West Side Bank Other Matters.
The Wast Side of!W of the Soawroi
nuBum i located t ijs south Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisement!
and communications will receive prompt
The tinn cells of the West Side sta
tion house were all OCCUpie 1 last even
ing fur the tint time in iuhiiv months
Early In the evening the police were
notified of a family row in Decker's
court, and on going to the scene found
the disturbance to be In tbo'hotn of
Robert Timtnins, Mr. and Mrs Tim
niins were drunk and engaged in a
lively tiuht. the cause of which was
William Reese. Officers Baltryand
Costlett on Striving at the place found
Reese on the bed, with his face be
smeared with blood, the result of a
bout With Timtnins. The trouble was
prompted by jealousy and strong driqk,
The parties wore ukeu to the sta
tion house. Shortly afterward a
man came to the precinct and
sk d to se the Timmins family
He again returned bringing with him
tome lunches for them This time he
w is under the influence of liquor, and
when requested by Sergeant Williams
to retir. be became indignant and re
fused to leave tne place Ho was
placed oeliiud the bars. His nam is
Ureeu. A man In an intoxicated con
dition was found at the corner of Main
avenue and Price street last evening by
Constable Timothy .iones. lie was
l icked up. The sixth victim w i a man
Who camj to the station hntlte and
asked lor a drink For the implied in
sult and his intoxicated condition ho
was locked up.
Two Boolsty Events.
Mr. and -Mrs. W W. Smith, of 149
Smth Rebecca avnue, entertained
friends on Monday evening The house
wis neatly furnished and daucitlg and
games were iudnlged in until midnight
i When refreslim-nts were served. Music
Was rendered on the mandolin, violin
and guitar, Those present were Mr.
an 1 Mr J, E, Kemmerer, Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Jones, Mr aud Mrs Will -
lam 11 li-ese, .Air and Mrs. Charles
Stevens. Mr. and Mrs, William Mad
den, Misses Emma Trsa, Lena Gel
bart, Carrie and Gertie Barley, Emma
Becker, Ids Thompson. Hattio Brown,
Myrtle Thomas, Fannie Smith, Jem.ie
Sproatt, L A. Reese, Tom Tnouias,
Professor Andrews. Charles Gdbers,
Charles Tariimu. Dr. Oeorge B Reyn
olds, i'eter Biker, Dannie Hogbes,.
Watkin Morgans Fred Evans, Wiil
iam Morgan and Philip Martin,
The borne of Benjamin F. Evans, on
South Main avenue, was a scene Mon
day evening of n celebration in the
shape of a farewell patty. About twelve
conplss of young popl congtegated at
the hoiiie. where mirtii reigued su
preme until n late hour. Miss Mirv
Harris presided at the pi-mo and fur
nished several selections during the
evening. Refrtsbments were s-rveil
iu a seasonable hour. Mr. and Mrs.
Evans will in ike their future houia on
Elec'ion of Trustaei.
The anuuil msetingof the stock
holders ;f the West Side bank Wat
held on Monday evening at the rooms
of the bank. Judge E I wards was ap
pointed OUairmao Of the evening. The
annual report showed the earnings of
the bank to have increase 1 during the
year, notwithstanding the depr-ssion
of trs le. D. Divies, Richnrd Nichols
and W. Oiylor l Thomas were elected
to Berve as trustees for a period of
three years, nnd contractor W. It. Wil
!iiia was elected to serve the ua
expired term of two years caused by
the resign it ion of Judge Edwards Tue
boar 1 will reorganize this eveniug.
Personal and Otherwise
Samuel D. Pettit, of North lihcc
avenu, stenographer and typ" wriUr,
left yesterday morning for New York,
whore be baa accepted a lticrstive posi
Worthy Carver, of Glen Lvon, visit -el
friends on the West Side during the
past few days.
Robert Morris lolgo Order of Ameri
can True Ivorites, will hold aspcinl
meeting tomorrow evening nt Clark's
H ill on S.tith Main avenue.
Hr. D, lj Aqnlno, of Elmhorst,
called on West Side friends yesterday.
Miss l!r(inwi;ii Joseph, of Sooth ily le
Park avenne, is recovering from a se
John M Jenkins, of Danville, is a
guest of William V. Griffiths, of North
The MarqnetttS, a prominent West
Side social organization, will give a
eel ct social in St. David's ball on
Morth Main avenue on Thursday
veoing, April 5
At Mean' hall las', evening the mas
qnsrade social of the trlqnoit Social
club was held. At promptly ! o'clock
tbs gran 1 march was begad and niHtiy
novel oostnmes were seeo, Music was
furnished by Professor Johnson,
The entertainment and social to be
given by the Lilies' Aid society of the
Jackson Street Baptist church this
evening promises to bo a very enjoy
able affair. Their will bo voeal and
instrumental music, including solos
and dnttS, Sixteen young girls will
perforin funny military maneuvers un
der the leadership of Miss Sarah A
Jones. Itnoittions will be iriven and
the affair will close with refreshments
of cake and coff a lee cream will be
( tiered for aalo.
Iu the present Held of p dit-i com idv,
no plav ever made a vreater success in
New York than did Victorian Sir Ion's
play, "Americans Abroad," which held
the stuge of the New York Ly
ceum Theater the entire year. Sines
the first night, the theater bud a
success of crowded housed. It has
proved a most distinct triumph.
It was especially written for Daniel
Frohnian. and will he presented here
by his admirable oomedy ompVnv, at
the Academy of Mime tnnjorroy BVs
ning. "The Crust of Society" will be pre
senteil at the Academy of Music F'ri
day evening for the second time by Ar
thur Lewis, .file Tilbury, Elite Proc
tor Ous and a strong oast, which in
cludes Miss Lydia Thompson, Char
lotte Neilxon, Annie Young. John
Flood, Henry BsyntOn, Frank An
drews and (ieorge Hobiiison. The in
terpretation they givo of the pitce is n
Said That Byron Ktsson Drew a Jmy Favor
able to Lehtgb Valley Company.
HE OBJECTED TO HIS ACTING
Court Said There Had Been Too
Many Charget Made Against Court
Olticials Without Any Proof Doing
Ottered to Substantiate 1 hem.
Wanted Some Form ot Proof to
Back Op Allegations in Future.
Another of the eeries of sensations
t hut have marked the progress of the
lumens Jennings cases against the Le
high alley Railroad company was
sprung on the court yesterday bv At
torney Cornelius Smith, who repre
sents Mr Jennings,
The suit of John Jennings, father of
James Jennings, who was injured In
the Mud Run accident on Oct III. ISss
was Called for trial yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Jennings suns the Lehigh
Valley company to recover damages
fof the Iofs. of his son's services Wti-Mi
the esse was culled Attorney Smith ob
jected to allowing Protbonotary Myron
KtSSOn tO draw the jurors In the ciise,
allying thai he was iii sympathy with
the Lehigh alley oompauy and on the
last trial of the suit of tho younger
Jennings, by means ot an adroit trick
ilrew a jury that was tavorable to the
The court asked Mr Reason what be
bad to say concerning the aosnsatlon
and be replied that the charge was
wholly unwarranted and that the
jury had been drawn strictly in nc
OOrdailOt With law. Ho said that the
whole matter was a produot of Mr
I XPRB8SION OF TIIE COURT.
Judge Arohbnld said that at previous
trials Mr Smith had made aspersions
against the character of officers of the
court, but had failed to sustain them
They hid been founded on a suspicion,
and he objected to auv further charges
which attack the honor and integrity
of the court without tome manner of
proof being offered to sustain the state
ments. Major Warren, of counsel for the
Lehigh Valley company, then asked
for a continuance of the case, stating
that Mr Smith was in the habit of
making charges before the'jnrors for
the purpose of prejudicing their minds
against tne company. Jnde Arch
bald refused to allow the continuance
and directed Mr. Kasson to draw a
jurv, which was snt down into court
room No. 3 to try the case before Judge
So ended another of the Smith sensa
tions. Mr. Jennings claims $1,000 for loss
of his son's services, $300 for bis daugh
ter's services as nurse and $100 for
medicine and medic i! attendance,
uTllliR 0A8E8 HKAltD
The suit of Richard Ross against
Frank M. Cobb to rtcover jloij wanes
tint is alleged to be due Rose' son bv
Mr. Cobb, was tried before Judge
Schuyler and a verdict for the defend
ant returned. When court adjourned
a suit by Mr. Koss against John Cobb
was on trial. Mr. Rott claims (80 from
Mr. Cibb for ids sou's set vices.
David Greening nnd Evelyn Jones
obtained verdicts against James Ger
fus, the former for $17.4 and the lat
ter l!l They are wages claims. A
verdict fcr the defendant was returned
in th- case of Miss li. O'Mslley against
Frank Carpenter, A similar verdict
wss returned in the cas of Michael
Fitzpatrick against Frank Mover
When the court adjourned the in
terplesder case of Frederiok Dnrr
against D U. Replogle was on trial
before Judge Arch bald.
The cas- of Patrick Scanlou against
William P, Yarns occupied the atten
tion of Judge Archbald in conrt ropm
No. 1 during the greater portion of the
day. Attorney R J. Beamish appeared
for the plaintiff and Attorney John K
Jotius represented the defendant. The
case arose through the alleged agree
ment made by the defendant to pay
Scanlou a fair price for work done on
his cellar wdl nnd building, con
structed In Arobbald borough in the
fall of lslij Scanlou claimed that
he worked 867 hours, and that '.'Il cnts
per hour was but a fair compensation.
Yarns contended that the agreement
was that Soanlon was to be p-tid $20
for his sorvices. An amusing feature
of the case was that tho defendant
could not read his own handwriting,
nor even identify his own signature,
although be wore spectacles. After
borrowing Mr Beamlsh's eye-glaaaei,
however, sod placing them next his
own, be was enabled to state to a cer
tainty that tho epistle was bis own.
The jury retired at -i o'clock
SIGNOR MULL 13 DEAD.
Expired In St. Louis Where He Went
Afti Liaving Boranton,
Slgnor Mull, the singer whose re
markahle career In this city is well re
m : :b rd, is no mole, his demise bav
In,; o:uttrred few days since at St.
A 1?. v months ago this man's mag
nificint tenor voice won him many ad
mirers iu this olty, He was also well
known in Wilkes fiirre, having at one
time taught n large class of pupils
He left this city suddenly about five
months ago. and when next liard from
was in St Louis, where, it is Claimed,
he afterward married a lady of wealth
PARDON FOR WALLACE SNOW.
Hoard at Rarrltburf Komnnnrln That
Hs Be Released.
The board of pardons at llarrisburg
yesterday rssemmended that Wallace
Snow be granted a pardon.
Snow was convicted of being itnpli
OSted In the robbery of Spencer's pay
office at Dunmors and was sentenced
to three years imprisonment in the
eastern penitentiary, where he now is.
Over one half of his term hae expired
His case was presented to the board
by Attorney R, J. Beamish,
leranton's Business Interacts,
TH TBIBUNI Will SOOn publish a enre-
fully complied and olauiOed list ot the
leading wholesale, banking, inaniifactiir
Inganu professional Interests ot Bcranton
andvicibity, Tim edition will be bound
in bonk form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure vlewa of our pnbllo nulld
ings, business blocks, street l, ,(;., together
With portraits of leading cltlStns, No
similar work hus ever given nn eipml rep
mentation of Boranton't ninny Indue
tries. It will bo an Invaluable eipoaition
of our business resources. Kent to
persons outside tho city, copies of
i Ins handsome work will attract
new comers and bo au Unequalled
advertisement of the city. The rfrcu
latiou is on n plan that cannot fail of go- d
results to those concerned as well ns the city
at large. Repreesutati veeot Thi Tbjbi k
will rail upon THOS1 WHOSS RAHKS
are QlSIHin in this edition nnd explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of thoir residences
in thi-edition will please I avo notice nt
HappiDilljl cl a Day That Will Interest
liny Iribooi Rtiileri
CONCERT AT GERII1ANIA HALL
II Provet lo Be a Delightful Affair.
Hall Was Thronged Case Against
Myles Varley Ignored by the Grand
Jmy Prosecutor Bucko Did Not
Put in an Appearance Crane-Mel-
vin Nuntials Other Notor.
Tim concert at Gertnsnla Hall last
night under the auspices of the phurotl
choir of the Hickory Street, Presby
terian church was auccassfnl In svery
particular. The music was notably
excellent and the applause of the audi
ence was appreciative Special men
tion of the work of Schmidt's orchestra
ia deserved, the leader of which lakes a
trout rank among the musicians of
this stale. Tha biggeat burden of the
arrangements for tha concert fell upon
John Lenten, the organist at the
church , mill it is due to hia enterprise
nnd energy that the affair sucoeede I SO
well. Get iu una Hall was thronged,
mid if it were twice as Urge tbe Heat
ing capacity would have been ex
Crane Mtdvin Nuptial
At 10 o'clock yesterday morning the
marriage of Miss Margaret Crane to
James Melvin was performed in St,
Joseph's churob, Minooka, by Rev. D
II. Green. Tho bride wore s blue
traveling suit and was attended by Miss
Mary Mcllule, of Jeffersm avenue,
who was attired in cream color silk
Botbbrideand her attendant carried
beautiful bouquets of Merinet roses
The groom and bis best man were
dressed In black Mr, Melvin was at
tended hy bis luother, Edward Melvin,
oi Cedar avenue, After tbe Odremony,
which was witnessed by a large gather
Ing of spectators, the bridal party was
driven to the residence of the bride's
parents, Mr and Mrs. James Crane,
Where a Wedding breakfast was served.
The young couple took the noon train
for Philadelphia to spend their honey
moon und will return next Saturday
They will begin housekeeping in
Duryea, where Mr Melvin hu charge
of the outside department of the Will
lam ConnoH Coal company.
Prosecutor Did Not Appnar
The indictment against Myl-s Var
ley, of Minooka, for assaulting Motor
man John J. Burke at the scene of the
street car accident .in Minooka on St.
Patrick's Day, wis Ignored yesterday
by the grand jury. When the case
was called for bearing the prosecutor
was not on hand to push the care and
it was ignored aud the cost.s imposed
him. Unless the warrnnt is reissued,
the matter ends with the disposition of
the case yesterday.
William J, Lavelle, of Wilkes-liarre,
visited his mother at Cedar avenue and
Maple street yesterday
Miss Margaret Melvin, of Remington
avenue, will leave at noon tomorrow
for Philadelphia, where she will re
main for the summer.
John Gardner, of i'ittston, is visiting
Professor Thomas J. Coyne, of breck
Shorter I , i ph.
The meeting at Callarv's arcade of
the citizens ol Minooka and the npper
end of tbe Twentieth ward, aim iuuced
for this evening at 7 :f I, has been post
poned until Saturday night.
A '- year-old son of Morris Mangan,
of Minooka, died yesterday, and the
funeral will be this afternoon at :;
o'clock. Interment iu St Joseph's cem
The concert at tho Cedar Avenue
Methodist Episcopal cnuroh last night
was financially a success and delighted
the large audience that attended Mrs
Myers and Mrs. Clearwater were the
prims movers and are entitled to all the
credit of the worthy undertaking.
The members of Columbus council,
No. 17!t, Young Men's institute, decid
ed at a meeting Monday night to re
ceive holy communion in a body with
uniform next Sunday morning, at the
T o'clock mats, iu St. John's church.
NOW MR. JLUMaTS PROPtRTV.
Transfer Hade of th- Betd Pi opirty Ad
j inlrK forest House Site.
It oan now bo authoritively
announced that John Jermyn
bus bought and possesses the
deed of the Reed property adjoining
the Forest house site This statement
was substantiated by Mr. Jermyn to a
Tribune reporter last night,
The transfer was made by ('. J, an 1
Sii. iicer D. Ho-rl yesterday through
their attorneys, Patterson and Wilcox
The property bought has a frontage of
fifty feel on Wyoming avenue and is
175 feet in depth.
Tha price has not been divulged but
it is understood that Mr Jermyn bis
held out standing offer of $50,000 for
tbe plot, Thm Tribune reporter asked
.Mr Jermyn what tho real price was
"I cannot tell yon; hut the property
is now mine and 1 possess the dee I,"
"Was the consideration as much as
$30,000 If " be wns asked.
"That, also," he said, "1 am not in a
position to answer. "
Wnile not prepared to tpsclfy the
changes. Mr. Jermyn stale I that the
plans nt the new hotel structure would
be altered to accord with the addi
To Who n Ii May fome-n.
Removal of Gilbooi't carriage workt to
810, B8I, fUU, :c'i North Seventh tireet, op
posite Central Railroad of New Jersey
MciliMDK's new Turmsh bn'h. Every
thing now, fiisi Spruce Street, opposite
205 Lackawanna Ave.
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Readleatrn & WoenCj uicl Ballanttne'e
Ales are the best. E. J. Wai.hu, agent, HS
THE FINEST LINE OF
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Martin & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
E INVITE your attention to our new
new spring stock, which is complete,
and beg to add a word with reference to the.
advantages offered by us.
I he particular care exercised in the se
lection and manufacture of all garments, the
perfection of pattern and novelty of design,
all guarantee the best value at
No Higher Prices
than arc frequently asked for goods of infe
A careful inspection will convince you of
Collins & Hackett
Fine Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Ba'oj Carraiges EASTER OPERINC
IV 'I'll C i TP v f'F
1.1 I 1 1 1 1 ' I I
4 MY , ' HES
V, SV vft-f.lp
Vi -75. f'.
si 7: :ei .:
. N. ns. U ' '.eV '
Forthe Spring and
Summer of '94.
stuck Large nnd Attractive.
Prict s i be Lom i si mi Record,
VISIT VS, BUY OK NOT.
Clonk Makers and Fnrriors,
503 Spruco St. Court House Squan
WEICHEL & MILLAR
110 Wyoming Avenue.
yu3 v nun
o i . i-ij
Aip at Preienl lbs Hml Popnlst tnd I'refemd bj
W ircrnnm : OppotlttColttmbUI HonumSM,
'.-.Oo Wnsiiiriutou Av. Sornnton.Pa.
hO. you hunt, flsh, rid n whesl, or
Intend t" Do ton want Sne Pocket
Cutltrr, a Rasor, or nny of tbe nnmer
mi i articles sportsinen nnd tportlnp;
mon use) Ifso, onand after APRIL
A. W. JURBCH
Will ln prepared t lurnlsh some at
reasom bis iri(" at din store.
435 Bpruce Street
Remember, everything new; stock
jUSl lioiliiiil ; no iild stnrk to lisiosi nf.
'nil nnd ezimine and you will sivo
time and monev,
lN I liol.li o
To iii" dolls' i srben Ihey will brtng you tnrh
ralne in return as Is offersd rou berei Who
nn beard ol mi ill ohanot
A $150 Bicycle for $rS
We sre offsrlnf our BOYS' ANli QIRL8'
v h i: i: l . y at vi'iy low prices, Wtdo initio
bv tin' stalogut ii.t.
Florey k Holt
222 WYOMING AVE.
W l3u J
Special for This Corn
Ladl s' Kid Button, pointod and
Philadelphia toes, patent leather
tips, iiecial price, $3 6g; worth, '' 50,
Ladles' Dongols Kid Bntton.taand
sewed, special price, s; worth i B0.
Misses' Kid Button, plain tro.
tprinarhtel, Bpecial prioe, $1.50;
Boys' Sciniid siioos, Dongoln tn'.,
nlsea 2 to I S . hoi-ohI prioe, Si-so;
Men's Calf Patent Leather Lac,
pointed toes, speoial prioe, $3.00;
Uon's Calf Blnoher, hand sowed
wdl. Piocadilly lust, speoial pru".
$j. 89; worth $8 50
Little Boys' Shoos, button nnl
laoe, spring heel, made "just like
nspa'a. " sites 5 to I0f, special price,
si so; worth 1.90
Youths' t'llf. button and lace,
spring heels, Groodvenr welta. .'
11 to 31, special price, $a; worth, 9 50
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
AST YEAR he had saved $300.
1 llo bought :t luiitso worth t? l sro
pawl !:itm down, u;iv a mort
gage for ..vm. Today ho esti
matee as follows:
Kent saved $240 Q
Interest "ii mortgage 1911 03
T.iXc nnd repsirt '.'6 Qp 119 ")
Net saving 00 rent $iai K)
Sun il on salarv tvi iM
To sppl on mortgage f'.'?o jii
KBPI.ECTION "In 1 oil: yean that
huustt will bo .-- frtrni dabl and I uliail
bavv home ol m on."
ORKMM RtOOE Is tha paradise fe
noiuea i i'in ,v son- liava reoeutl) iln
Itbetl n iii iiiititiii inn. iii. h in,.)' oSataj
mi fimi paynitiats, nt iHis.M)
l ull ut their nfltiie, i t 1 Washington
111 il Ailaiuson Ullve slroet,
EZRA FINN & SONS.
The GENUINE New Haven
scham'S M,sto8i " Mathushek " Pianos
H Vil IIINi. At V.
The Qreal Marvel oi Dental Science
A recent discovery aud the sole
Henwood k Wardell,
31G Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT .1(1. SEA MONS BA VS A IK IUT
in:s RKMvTOOD WABDBtXt
After having eleven tetth eatraeted at
ope titling iij the palnlttt mothott, I pen-
IIOIHlflli it I'lillriily iittsln(.iv ,voiy
particular, j. u. si amons
New VTorlt Warerooms No. 80
Kill It Axi'into.
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
S do dealers in this section.
OKI'ICK 128 Mi nis AV8.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist nn tlin ySi He:idolieii nnd
Norvoufliio- rohi'iii 1. I.nU'st ami Imppoviid
stylo of Bye lUnians ami Bpeotaoles lit tha
Lowest Pi Ico-. BoHt Arttlleiiil Kyta iimortuil
So3 SPRUCE ST., op. Poet Office-