The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 04, 1894, Page 3, Image 3
THE 8 CB AN TON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOBNING. APRIL 4. 1894. 3 3 ft foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE SNOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. 8c Co.. fmnrlrdnr! en Each C'qar Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's, ( HI l.l inn -k. DUt'AKK. DR. H. B. WARE SrF.CIAMST. EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE M0tt:"U&W-ai '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Dr. D. ( . Aiti'v, oL iNew Alliford. was m the city yesterday. E. H. Estabrook, of Carbondale, was in this city yesterday. C. A. Grenlicu, of East Ureeaville, was yesterday in this city. W. S. Tompkine, of I'ittstou, was yester day a Scranton visitor. B. G. Cooper and (ieor;;e W. Hurlbert, of Pittstou, were ye-terday iu Scruuton. Miss Kathryne Hart, of New Vork city. Is visiting at the residence of Dr. Burnett. A. A. Densmore. u former Serautouian and now at Philadelphia, is at the Wyo ming. A. B. Howe.secretary of the Security Mutual Insurance society, of Biughauiton, is in the city, Mr. and .Mrs. W. H. Whvte are living at the Westminster, where they will reside this summer. Mrs. V. W. Watson, her mother, Mrs. Leisenring, uud sister, Mrs. Neul, are at Atlantic City. S. Spencer Chapman, Philadelphia;! S. W. Moore, Harford. Pa ; John C. Miller, Easton, are at tin Westminster. D. C, Graham, u well known boniface and proprietor of Wall's hotel, Tunkhau nock, was in fcrantou yesterday. R. V. Borhek, Bethlehem; C. E. Norris, HiilTaln. I ;,. ,r,... V A ! ,. ami YV ii Slack, Buffalo, are at the Wyoming. A. H. Boos. Allentowu; A. A. Bruch, Bangor; W. H. Vnnderhercheu, Bloom burg; F. A. Lighthiser, Honesdale; S. E. Lent, Allentown, are at the Valley House. NORTH END. Miss Annie Walsh, of Cusick avenue, has accepted a, position in Cfcrisiuias' shoe store. Councilman P. H. Golden, has renttd bis premises near the Bristol House to J. L Clarke, cigar manufacturer. Rev. M. D. Kinter, of the Christian church, has removed bis residence to Mr. Silknian's building. The new Puritan church on West Market etrest, will be dedicated next Sunday. It is a neat, imposing build ing. A Polish woman went among the business people of West Market street yesterday with two gold rincs, which She offersd for sale. She told a tale of woe of how her husband abused and ill treated her. She was trying to raise money to fly from domestic oppression. She offered the rings for but could find nobody to buy. Alexander Simpson, of East Market street, will be a candidate for the nom ination of country treasurer at the next Republican convention. Mr. Simpson is making an active canvas for dele gates. Hi has served an active term as city treasurer with ability, having asieateci r. J. Kuane for that office. n ..T. ,i a . ... . . . ine -ino uancinz clans win bold a social at Company H armory tonight A good time is expected Ex Sheriff Criprien purchased a valu able colt in New York last week. The) sheriff expects great work from the latest addition to his stables. Third and TRUI m the verdict of people wno iaKe nooa s narsiiparnia. 1 ue good effects of each medicine are soon felt in nerve strength restored, uppotito created and health given. Hood's Pills do not weaken, but aid digestion and tono the stomach. Try tueni. Solid Vestibul Traine. On Sunday, April 1, the Lehigh Valley nuuroau company inaugurated solid vest bule train service between New York, Philadelphia aud Chicago over its line, in connection with the Grand Trunk and Chi cago and Grand Trunk railways, on trains No. 8 and No. 8, leaving Wilkes Burre, WARthonml. 1 I OX n in Piftc .,. 11 iu n m.. daily; urriviug In Chicago next day at 9.10 p. in., aud leaving Chicago at 3.10 p. m., arriving at Pittston next day at 4.15 p. m., Wilkes-Barre, 4.30 p, m., and New York at 9 S8 p. m.. Philadelphia at 8 54 p. m., running via Niagara Falls uud the famous St. Clair tunuel. The equipment of thoio trains contains all tho latest appliances for the comfort and convenience, the cars being heated by steam and lightod by the Pintscn gas sys tem throughout. Dining cars are attached at convenient interval-, conducted on the European plan, thus enabling passengers to get what they want and pny only for what they eat. The cuisine and service are unsurpossod. Only nnthracito coal will be used on the locomotives, insuring the passengers against the annoyance of smoke and dust, .l,iia nl.in., , 1 . . , 1 . I . ,uu. imiud kj .uq unveier, wueiuer ou business or pleasure, one of the most inter acting and comfortable trips between the cities named. Passengers from Scranton can reach these trains via Delaware, Lackawanna and Western to Lackawanna aud Blooms burg Junction, or Delaware and Hudson Canal company to Wilkes-Uarre. Full particulars Dy addressing Lehigh Valley liailroad office, 3UU Lackawanna avenue, Bcranton, Piu e NEWS FROM WEST SIDE Chicken Thieves Are Operatlug on an ExteD- sive Scale. THEY VISIT FEENEY'S HENNERY He Pursued Them with a Revolver but Was Unable to Make a Capture. Disgraceful Brawl on Washburn Street Marriage at St. Patrick's Church Mrs. John H. Robert's Party Personals and Jottings. The Weit Sido office of the Sc-Ranton 1'kIBUNI is located at 1040 .lackson street, where subscriptions, advertisements aud communications will receive prompt at tention. Chicken thieves have been visiting the hen coops on this side qnito f re quently of late. Their hoars are gen erally so late that ewry effort to catch them has failed. The chickeu yard of Speciul Officer Patriok Feeney was vis ited by thieves about 12 ol) o'clock yes terday morning. Mrs. Feeney had 111st returned from the home of her daughter next door, when on looking out the back window, she discovered a man in the back yard. She acquaint ed her husband of what she had seen and he grasped his revolver and gave chase to the intruders. Mr. Feeney fired two shots, none of which took effect. When he visited the chicken coop, six of his fowls lay there dead, and near them were two Strang birds An eft' irt was mado to capture tho men. but to no avail. The owuer of the two other hens has not been found. Wedding at St. Fatrick'e Church. A very pretty wedding took plaee yesteruuv morning in St. Patrick's church on Jackson street. The princi pals in the ceremony, which took place promptly at C oH) u clock, were Michael McCarthy and Miss Mary A. Kelly, both well known young people of the West Side. The bridesmaid was Miss Alice McCarthy, mil the groom was attended by Thomas J. Kelly. The bride wore a beautiful dress of umionce broad elotn witli changeable silk, and a very pretty hat. The bridesmaid also presented a charming appearauce ; her dress was of brown nud lose broadcloth and her hat of brown aud rose straw. After the ceremony they were driven t the borne of the bride on Washburn street, where a wedding breakfast was served, after which Mr and Mrs. Mc Carthy was driven to the Central Rail road of New Jersey depot ; thev took the 8. 10 train to spend their honey moon at various places. On tlier re turn they will go housekeeping. A Druaksn Brawl. A disgraceful scene was enacted on Washburn street, at the corner of Gar field aveuue, at a late hour 011 Monday night, the participants of which were ibout fifteen men who had been im bibing rather freely at theopsning of a hotel, the hotel was tilled with men md a discussion took place, which. tided by the drunk, resulted in blows. Others pitched In und they adjourned to the road, where a free tight took place. Manv are now nursing bruised Heads, black eyes and other indications of the brawl. The News Condensed. The employes of the Oxford, Dodge and Bellevue mines will receive their nay today. Mrs. John K. uavies, of Forest City is vmiting friends ou tins side John McNicholas, of Seventeenth street, and Miss Bridget B.irry, of the Central, will be united in marriage at St. Patrick's church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Mamie Morgan, of Jackson street, left yesterday afternoon for the Bloomsburg State Normal school where she will take a preparatory course for teaching. Miss Lizzie Parry, of North Hyde Park avenue, has returned from Phila' delplna. Mrs. Joan H. Koberts, of lcker s court, tendered her friends a coffee and cuke party on Monday evening. The Dickson Banii, Mandolin and Guitar ciub, played several choice selections Many guests were present. John Griffiths and Miss Lizzie Young, both of this oitv, were married on Monday by Rev. D. P, Jones, at the pastoral residence ou South Hydo Park avenue. Air. and Mrs. Gnttiths wil reside at Plains. The Christian Endeavor t-ociety of tbe Simpson Methodist Episcopal church will givea choiceentertuinuiint tomorrow evening in the lecture room Ttie services of the Rose sisters, the town vocalists, have been procured. Miss Maggie Smith, of Providenoe. will participate, ns will Oscar Payne, of this side, and mauy others. W. Moses is the orator of the evening. The funeral of James Armstrong, who died at ('he home of his brother, John Armstrong, of tenth street, on Monday, will take place this afternoon. Interment in the Hyde Park Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Henry Clymor and Mrs. James Edwards, of Pittsburg, have returned home after vising friends on this side. John Mackwith, of Stronlsbnrg, vis ited friends on this side yesterday. Luther Price, n former boarder at Fairchild's hotel, has accepted a posi tion with Olidden & Joy, tbe varnish makers of Cleveland, O. Miss Minnie Edwards, of Wayne county, has relumed nome after visit ing friends on this side. Miss Bertha Bold, of Waverly, is vis King friends on the West Side, -.1 ! 1 rars. rninips, or I'utnam street, is recovering from a severe attack of ill ness, u Li. ueers, ot rorth Main avenue, has made improvements in his hall for (lancing. Miss Jessie Nanmnn, of North Sum ner avenue, is the guest of friends in YVilkes-barre. sissssaisiBn,iu , :;""'M I TKIBUNK bUUK OOUFUN. i FOLK of thenn COUPONS, prr tnntrd at VrtbttlM Oflio, cor ner Peitn Hvonun nitd Spruue utreot, ii t i Hi -h t he holfler to alt tho prlv- Ii unparaiK'jnti uiirs fur it Ut i it it 1 1 ii- poMilnr books ;inion:; om rondo. '1 lie otTom mado by Tho Tribune inannifentent are at follong: 15 CKNTS and Four Coupons for any volume In the Coluuihun So- rlea. Over 100 title to select from. 92. 7o and Four C.'ouporii for n 10 volume set of Dickons' ComuJte . works. g 20CKNT.Sand Four Coupons for g Lnny book In the Kujgby Series. 25 CENTS and Four Coupons for S any book In the Oxford Serins. imniiiiHiiuiiiuiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiHiiis PIAISANCE DANCERS OUT OF SIGHT They Did Thlr Aot in th? Winau to the Disappointment of Audience. "The Night Owls Beauty Show" was seen at the Academy of Music last nlgbt by a good sized audience. TLe evening entertainment opened with a skit en titled, "Society Crushed," whioh was followed by some clever speclnties Delmnre nud Wilson, a good sketch team, who have been seen in this city nefore, amused the audience with their antics, and the juggglingof "The Only Sparrow, assisted by Mile. Hal mer, was properly awarded by enthusiastso ap plause. Professor Muccat's eanine hip podrome aud boxiug dogs were an amusing aud interesting feature. the performance closed with a bur lesque called "Liberty's Reception to Uncle Sam," in which the Plaisauce dancers were supposed to appear. Whea the time came for the Plaisauce people to dance, a tall, shapely maid 11, who represented one of the commis sioners of the World's fair, mid to the other cnaructers of the burlesque: I have brought tho famous flai- sance Dancsra with me. Come, wo will see them ;" nud the entire company dis appeared in the wings. For ten min utes the audience watehed the amies of a man who was burglarizing a house with an ax and then the company re appeared expressing .much satisfaction at the performance of tho "Plaisanco Dancers. " This evening the "Night Owls'' will be seen again at the Academy. DUNMORE. The young ladies cleared ifcoi as the proceods from their operetta on Friday night. The total amount will be die tribute I among the poor of the town. Ouarterly meeting was held at tho Methodist Episcopal church Sunday. The services were conducted by the pre siding elder, Itev. Mr. Thorpe, Mrs. Catherine Dr pp died at her home on Drinker street yesterday. The funeral will occur Thursday afternoon at 'i o'clock. The deceased was OS vears of uge aud leaves two sons and one daughter to mourn her loss. J. E. Dainty is reported as being somewhat better. Wesley Pinnell has removed to the Dilley residence on Drinker street. William Miller is ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. H. Krause. Misses Lillio Logan and Agnes Hag gerty, of Hyde rark, was the guests of Miss Maggie Murphy on Sunday. The Baptist congregation will hold a social at the homo of inoodore Wobber this evening. Miss Minnie Engle is ill at her home on Smith street. Miss Lydia Farraris visiting at Phil adelphia. Miss Stella Williams, of Carbor.dale has been spending a few duys at this place. BIG BILL PAID BY COUNTY. Long Standing Claim with the State Ia Settled. County Treasurer Powell yssterday trnnsmi tted to Attorney Genera) Hen sel checks to the amount of $14,500 :;: in settlement of a judgment obtained by tbe state some titno ago in a suit against this county. lhe suit was tho result of a distnbu tion of state taxes illegally collected prior to the division of the county J. tie money had to be refunded utter tbe division of the county, and in the refunding Lackawauua was given its proportionate share of tbe taxes col lected when the whole territory was Luzerne The supreme court decided that the entire amount should have been paid to Luzerne, aud Lackawanna is now refunding the amouut received. COUNCILS ACTION SUSTAINED. Court Q lashes tho Appeal of H. S. Frank of Carb.indale. Judge Archbald iu an opinion handed down yesterday quashed the appeal of H. b. trunk from the action of the city counoil of Carbondale in passing an ordinance for the imnrovomuut of Seventh street. Mr. Frank owns property on that street and alleged that tne oidinance authorizing tho improvements was not legally passed. VISITORS FROM MIDDLETOWN. Came to Ineprct Imprcvomenta of the City. Mayor W. K. Stunsbnry and Alder men Henry ljunell, Ira Dorrance, (, E. Mont, and A E Ludington, all of Middletowu. N. Y., were yesterday the official guests of Mayor Connell, and other city oflicers. The visitors were here to inspect our pavements, and possibly apply some of our paving principles on the streets of their city. SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL TEACHERS. Miss Aliee Evans, of School No. 14. is on the sick list and unable , to teach. She is being substituted for by Miss Margaret lunieisoD. The regular monthly meeting of school principals was held in the hoard of control rooms .Monday afternoou. Arbor Day nnd other educational topics were discussed. Humor has it that one of tho must nopu larof the lady teachers iR about to aban don tho profession for the pleasure of pre siding over a uouseliola ot uer own. Tno weddiug is down for the last of tho mouth All the children who have never at tended school and whoso parents wish them to enter the primary department be fore the close of the nreseut term, mutt do so tins week; otherwise it will bo too late According to returns made to the board of health there are in all our schools 8, 100 pupils who wore vaccinated prior to 1B I3 IU were vaccinated during tho past year; nnd 7,038 were never vaccinated. This Eivcs a total enrollment of in. '!- The annexation of Bellevue will necessi tate the erection by the board of control of unother school building to take the place ot the one burned a tew months ago. The new structure may not be erected on the old site, as the best possible location fqr the children in that section will be se lected. COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES. The amount received yesterday by Lounty Treasurer 1'owuii irom liquor Ii censos was $2,U7j Sheriff Fahoy yesterdny rendered his billto the county commissioners lor feed ing the prisoners at the county jail during March, ft amounted to $775.25. The marriage licenses granted by Clerk of tho Courts Thomas yesterday were to Henry Cronk, of Luuinore, and Catherine Stanton, of Taylor; Koodrlck Koberts, of Scranton, nud Joanna Davies, of Nanti coke; John McNichols nud Bridget Barry, of Scranton. Judgo McPhorson, of ffarrlsburg, who is presidiug in court room No. '3, is a very dignified lookiug personage on tho bench. He is a good lawyer nnd an oxcellent judge and hns favorably impressed tbe lawyers of the Lackawanna bar by his inauuer of trying cases. New Bloycle. A new bicycle worth 7o will be sold for 186. The machine is guaranteed and ia a rare bargain. Machine may be seen at the Tribune office. NOTES OF SOUTH SIDE Board of Trade Meets and Considers Hones- dale Iron Works Question. T IS WANTED ON THIS SIDE The Officers Elected Committee Ap pointed to Have tho Iron Works Brought to This City Personal Mention Park Commissioners Pre pared to Give Employment to Idle Men Other Items of News. The board of trade held its regular meeting last night, and it was decided that the Honesdale Iron works would come to this side. Mr. Moore reported that the committoe visited the plant of the Honesdalo Iron works and found the works earning money. The recom mendation of the committee was that the hoard of trade appoint u committee of its members to bring the indus try to Scranton, with tho exoressed un derstanding that tbe location be on the South Side. Under no circntnstanciis would any co operation bo given, unless the site would be ou the South Side Some wete in favor of (ringing the plant to S-tranton, whether or not it would come to the South Side, but thr? sense of the members was that unless it wonld come here uo holp would bo accorded to it. A committoe to forward tbe object of tbe meeting consisting of Stephen S. Spruks, Mich ael Miller aud Michael P. Judge was appointed by the chair. John T. Brown whb proposed for membership. A bal lot was taken ou the oflicers resulting in the election of Jonn Scheuer. ir, president; Christian Storr, vise-presi dent; Michael Miller, treasurer, and M. J. O loole, secretary. Personals. Professor M. J. Donahoe ie recovered from his recent serious illness. .lames Patterson, or tireenwood, is confined to his homo with serious ill new. The (3-year-old son of T. H. Spruks, of Prospect avenue, is so fur recovered to be able to attend school. U a. bchouer, or Cedar avenue, is convalescing from an attack of in flu enza Mrs. Griffith T. Davis, of Greenwood, is able to be around from a recent in disposition. Shorter Paragraphs. Mrs. John Kane called at the resi dence of the South Side correspondent of The TrIBUNB and stated that her husband would be reluased from jail in a day or two. H. W. Laubasher, of Pittston ave nue, will assnme the control of the hotel of Gns Schimpif, of Cedar avenue, next week. The park commissioners of Connell park are ready to employ men out of work at present. The park commis sioners are ready to embark in supply ing men to work in tbe park, A VERY BRILLIANT CONCERT. Given at lh Y. M. C A. Hall by Victor Herbtrt Last Night. The Victor Herbert concert at the Yonug Men's Christian asaociation hall last evening deserved a much larger audience, but those that were present represented the musical culture of the city. The first number on tbe pro gramme was a concerto by Gotterman, and but very few bars had been played whea all knew that Mr. Herbert was a mueterband ou the cello. He was enthusiastically ap i lauded, but did not respond to tbe lemand for an encore. His own com position, "Berceuse, was a most beau ttial number and warmly received. In response to the applause after this number, ho played a most entrancing aria. Mr. Herbert closed the concert with ' Traumerer'' by Schumsnu. and Tarantella" by Cossmau, and those who missed this opportunity of hearing himllost tt rare treat. The siuging of Miss Jean Slee was highly oujoyed. She possesses a voice of great power and sings with good ef fect. Her first solo was The King of Thule," aud in response to an encore sung the familiar, but ever popular s 'tig, Unuuv. In her rendition of "Beauty a Lyes she was accompanied at tbe 'cello by Mr. herbert. Miss Elbeth Winton displayed decided abil ity with the violin and she made a most charming uppjarauce on the plat form. Under her delicate tou'ih the strings respended to tbe strokes of the bow in beautiful melodies and bewitch ing variations. Mrs B, T. Jnyne sang "The Tempest" by Dudley Buck, and the "Magic Song" by Vogrn-k. On the latter she was most delightfully accompanied on the violin by Miss Winton. Miss Slee and Mits Winton were presented during the evening with bouquets of flowers. Professor Kopff and Miss Clara Reynolds were the accompanists aud did excellent work. The concert was given under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society of tho Asbury Methodist Episcopal church of Green Kid. e Scrnnton'a Buslnees Interests. Tiik TiuliL'NK will soon publixb a care fully compiled and clnnsiliud list of the leading wholesale, banking, manufactur ing nud professional interests of Scranton and vicinity. The edition will be bound iu book form, beautifully illustrated with photogravure views of our public build ings, businetM blocks, streets, etc., together with portraits of leading citizens, No similar work hns ever given an equsl rep resentation of Scranton's many indus tries. It will be an invalnablo exposition of our business resources. Sent to persons outside the city, copies of this handsome work will attract new corners aud be an unequalled advertisement of the city. The circu lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good results to 1 ho"o concerned as well as the city atlarge. Representatives of The Tribunic will call upon those whose names are dksiueo in this edition and explain its nature more fully. Those desiring views of their residences in tbis edition will please I nve notico ut the offlee. Dunlap SPRING STYLE ON SALE CHRISTIAN THE HATTER Sole Agent, 205 Lackawanna Ave. Hats AT BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY. Pupils Now in Attandanoe from Scran ton and Ita Vicinity. The fortv-fourth annual catalogue of Bueknell university has beeu received. This venerable institution is revealed in a most flourishing condition. In every department improvements have characterized tbe last year's work and the future is radiant. The total at tendance, in all departments, is 353. in the college roster we note the names of James R. Hughes, '94, Diniel W. Phillips. '97 aud Palmer L. Will iams, '97, all of Scrnuton; and Harvey ii. MaBh, of La Plume, who is pursuing select studies. Iu the institute roster appear the names of Mabet C. Cal len der aud Alice J. Lillibridge. of Olv- phant, and Vida S. Davenport, of Puts- ton, pupils iu the senior vear: iMinly L. Williams, of Peckville, in the fourth year and Sarah Lillibridge, of Oly- phunt, in the third year. Nellie Tay lor, of Factoryvillo, is enroll. d among learners on the 1 cello and Willard M . Bunnell, of Montrose, among learners on the cornet. BOXING TOURNAMENT TONGIHT. Colored Heavy Weight Champion to Meet an Unknown. The boxing tournament to tske place in Mears' bull tomorrow eveniug under the management of the Olympic Ath letic club promises to be an interesting sporting event. George Robinson, the heavy colore! weight champion of the northwest, who is to meet an unknown from Buf falo, has been undergoing severe train ing. He takes a ten-mile run every morning at 4 o'clock, skips tbe rope 1,000 without stopping, and puts him self through other Inecessary exercise. He is in fine condition, having rodnced his weight to 190 pounds. His oppo nent, the unknown, has arrived iu this city from Buffalo, where he also trained hard. The unknown will enter the ring at 185 pounds and is said to be a very clover man and the bout between the two will doubtless be lively one. There will also be a number of bouts during the evening between local box ers. Cbiporaticn Election. The aunual election of oflicers and three directors of the Commonwealth BnlldinB and 1. nil a so i nt inn will take place ut the omce ot tno association, 421 Lackawanna avenue, Monday evening, April 10, Is'M The polls will open at 7 o'clock. By order of the board of directors. J. C. V AUUI1AN, Secretary. Beadleston St Woara's and Ballontlne'e Ales are the best E. J. W alsu, agent, faMttwann a avenue. FOR Wedding Presents Go where they have the best selection. RICH CUT GLASS, CHOICE CHINA BRIC-A-BRAC, SILVERWARE LAMPS, ETC. CHINA : HALL WEICHEL & MILLAR 116 Wyoming Avenue. yon nunt, fish, ride n wheel, or V lut tend tnv Do you want fine Pocket Cutlery, a Razor, or any of tho numer ous articles sportsmen and sporting men use.' If so, ou and after APRIL 1ST. A. W. JURI3CH Will be prepared to furnish some at reasonable prices at his store, 435 Spruce Street Remember, everything new; stock just bought; no old stock to dispose of. Call and pxuniti9 and you will save time and money. THE CELEBRATED PIANOS Arc ( Pretest (lie Mo.t Popnlar and Preferred tT LviuhitK Arti.iii. Warorooms: Opposite Columbus Monument, 205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa. An Explanation Of I lie wonderful popularity of our HOC II KSTBII BICY4 LE Uirt hard to nnd 'uii mill - It anil It will rxpluln Itself. Our other 1 iuv are equally hs pupiilm in (lit ir grud". Florey & Holt 222 WYOMING AVE, LATEST OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG. FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES. 0- Martin & Clothiers and Custom Tailors Newest Styles ot Spring Suits 220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE, Hats and Fine Furnishing Goods. S. W. OWENS & Co. Clonk Makers and Furriers. Three of Our Good Things AT $5.00 The New English Jacket, Full Sleeve, Large Reveres, Full Buck New Length. AT $7.50 Tan, Navy, Segar Brown, Mixed Brown and Gray. Jacket. Fit and A very stylish shape perfect. SEE TLilS NUMBER. AT $10.00 We will give you a choice of four st vies of Jackets, Clay, Twill or Covet Cloth. For dress or street wear there are none better. Kill Two Birds. with One Stone If you want tOOOmUu comfort with iiliv.-nneo, look iitscllANK S SPK1XH STOCK of SHOES. There's tho EM PllKSS, lor Instance. What's neater in russet or black? Tho lady that wears it looks like a hdy. And looking that wav, (ho chances aro she'll act like ouo Good Qlothei and good shoes make good deeds easy und natural. The Dude Is Dead Youn men have OSSSed to bo howling wells Thoy can't afford it these poor time That's partly why so many quietly dressed youinr men about town buy their Spring Footwear at Schank's. They know he duals only in the very latest and best. Thoy know his stock is large, but never loud. And thoy know his I HICKS AKK DOWN TO FIT TUK TIMES. This Means You By the way. why not look at Schank I.I. Kli ANT MEW Sl'ltlNti AM) BUMMEK DK8IGH8? There's no chargo for looking. When you buy you pay. Tho chances are you'll buy. SCHANK'S Arcade Shoe Store. WYOMING AVU The Great Marvel of Dental Scieuco Anaesthene A recent discovery and the sole property of Henvood & Wardell, DENTISTS, 816 Lackawanna Ave. WHAT J. G. SEAMONS SAYS ABOUT ANAESTHENE. 1)RS. BBMWOOU A WAKDEI.I.: After having eleven toetll extrneteil nt one HittluK by tlm painless method, 1 pro iiounoe it entlroly aHtlsfartorv In fivery lHtrtlvulur. J. U. M A lll. THE Delany Cloak Makers and Furriers, Court House Square, HOW LIKE A MAN HE FEELS T AST YEAB he had saved 1300. lie bought a house worth $1850 paid tfliui) down, gave a mort gage for 11,550. Today ho esti mates as follows: Rout saved $'.') 0J Interest on mortgage fW 0; Taxes and repairs mm m 50 Net saving on rent $131 30 Saved on salary ISlUlO To apply on mortgage C'JTV) j0 REFLECTION "In FOUR years that house wilt he free from debt und I shall have a homo of niy own." GREEN RIDOE Is the paraillso for homes. Finn & Nous have recently fin ished u beautiful villa, which they oil. i on easy pay lucnts, ut S 1 850. fail at their olllce. between Washington nnd Aditnir, on Olive street. EZRA FINN & SONS, The GENUINE New Haven "Mathushek" Pianos ESTABLISHED 1800. New York Warerooms No. SO Fifth Avenue. E. C. RICKER & CO., Sole dealers in this section. OFFICE 108 ADAMS AVE. Scientific Eye Testing Free By Dr. Shimberg, The Specialist on the Eye. Hoadachos nnd Nervousness relieved. Latest and Improved Stylo of Bye Q leases and Spectacles at the Lowest Prloea Host Artificial liyea Inserted for to. PS SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poat Office.