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THE SCHAINTOX TEIBUNB SATUBDAT MOEtflNG. APRIL 7. 1894.
All Things Musical
STELLE & SEELEY,
i34 WYOMING AVE.
tn III K MAKES
Seo the Shaw Piano from the World's
Fair in our wiudow.
ft Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTl'RFD AND FOB SALE TO
'l BE TRADE BY
The Weston ill Co,
Daniel Scotten's Polka I t
'20c. lb. Wholesale,
GARXKY. BROWN CO.
587 LINDEN STREET.
OR H. B. WARE
sn-: i i. isr.
EYE, EAK, NOSE a:u throat.
KB 300R3 :
I TO U.K A.M
FreuVrlcfc Barkio, of Ea ton, is at tbo
iiTiitt P. Honors of Cntlvjnilale, was in
tliis city yesterday.
Alius Annette Reynold! arrived
New Y rk Inst evening.
I. u ntenant Governor Watres, returned
iroin tiamsDorg yestenhiy.
Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. M ick, of Philndel
phla, are tit the Valley House.
N A, Welles, of Wyalnsinir, was en
gaved on business here yesterday.
H. r. Stark, of GrlenWOOd, SiiFquehanna
cuumy, was in me city yesterday.
John e, flallock, Bin?lmmlon; Joseph
R. Wilson, Shawmont, uud S. P. Ualbruitb,
iiKvi iorn, uro at lue viyoininn.
L. T. Rollins, Montgomery. Ala.; J. S
Smyth, nliameport; H. J. Morgan,
Lehigh ton; A. J. Henry, Allentown, are
at we aney riouse.
Dr. Taft. the dentist who linn lorntml
his oRlce at 104 Washington avenue, comes
to ncranion nieiily recommended by Dr
Bliss, or Mew lork, and others of eoual
eminence, lie is a gentleman of pleneiint
aauress and will be a welcome acuuisitioii
io ovrauuiD s proiessional ranks.
ine t-nristiau Auvocate of this week
speaks as follows of a former Koran ton
pastor, now in New York: "Iir. J. 8
Price and family wore given n reception
on Monday evening of this weel; by the
oi. dailies congregation on tne conclusion
01 tnelr Ufth year. The pastorate of Dr.
rnce nns Deen marked with financial and
spiritual prosperity. Four hnndrcd have
neon welcomed into Uio church, and in ad
dltion to all the benevolence and provid
ing tor all current expenses. 130.000 has
been raii-wl and applied to improvement of
church property and reduction of the
mortgage indebtedness. "
ir you decide to m no tioods Nirsnpa-
rniit uo am ue induced ro miy any substi
tute article. Take Hood's and only Hood's
Muelo Boxes Exclusively.
Kest made, l'lay any desired numher of
tnues. liautschi Ac bons., manufacturers,
ivou (.oesitiut street, rniiaaeipnia. Won
derlul orchestrial organs, only $5 and $10.
tipecialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Solid Vestibule Trains.
On Sunday, April 1, the Lehigh Yallov
naurona company inaugurated solid vest
bulo train service between New York
Philadelphia and Chicago over its line, in
connection with the (fraud Trunk and Chi
cago and Grand Trunk railways, on trains
No. 8 and Mo. y, leaving Willces Barre,
westbound, 11.08 p. m.: Pittston, 11. 1 p.
m.. daily; arriviug in Chicago uext day ar,
9.10 p. m., and leaving Chicago at 3.10 p.
m., arriving t Piltst..n next dayat4.15
p. ni., Wilki'S-Barre, 4.30 p. m.. and Now
York at ! SS p. in.. Philadelphia at 8.54
p. m., runntug via Niagara Fails aud the
famous St. Clair tunnel.
The equipment of these trains contains
all the iatwt appliances for the comfort
and convenience, too cars being heated by
nitrniii niiLr-u uy .ou I uitncil L'ftS SVS-
tem throughout. Dining cars are attached
at convenient intervals, conducted on the
European plan, thus enabling passengers
to Ket what they want and pay only for
what thov eat. The cuisine and service
Only anthracite coal will bo used on the
locomotives, insuring the passengers
against tho annoyance of smoke aud dust,
thus civing to the traveler, whether on
businoss or ploasure, one of tho most inter
Ofting ami comfortable trips between the
Passengers from Scran ton can reach
these trains via Delaware, Lackawanna
ami Western to Lackawanua and Blooms
burg Junction, or Delaware and Hudson
Canal company to Wilkes-Bnire. Poll
particulars by addressing Lehigh Valley
Railroad office, 809 Lackawanna avenue,
How Samuel Bryant Avoided a Landlord's
THE RUSE OF CONSTABLE JONES
I3y Means of a Decoy Letter the Of
ficer Succeeded in Getting Into the
House and Carried Mr. and Mrs.
Bryani Out Death of Mrs. David
Samuels u.ixes Casey Goes to
Jail Mr. Gulick's -Ncture.
The 'WWt Side Office of till. ril'RANTON
hiiium. is located at 104U .fackson street,
wht-iv subscriptions, HilvortlsomoutH and
cnimiiunii'ulious will receive prompt nt-
For the past two weeks Constable
fiiuotfiy Jones has been endeavoring
to serve a, landlord' warrant on Sam
uel Bryant, of West Lackawanna ave-
uue.and succeeded yesterday afternoon
in n very novel manner, although it
was accompanied with a lively fracas.
Bryant had displayed his ohpctions to
receiving the warrant on several occa
sions by keeping his door barred
against the hand of the law. The con
stable, who lias succeeded with the
most difficult cases, thought
f a novel scheme which would
enable him to carry out
his purpose. The i'loa was this: A
letter was mailed bearing a notice to
mit with Brvaut's address, anil was
brought to his home by the mail car
rier. .When the door was opened to
receive tho missive, Uonnable Jones,
who was in hiding, sorting forward,
aud his strong arm pressed back the
door and he gatnd admittance. When
inside, Bryant and his batter half bt-
gan to assail the officer with hursh
words, accompanied by a heavy blow
with a chair In the hand of Bryant.
The storm raged for several minutes,
and did not end until Mr. Jones picked
them both up bodily, and in
anything but a gentle manner landed
them on the sidewalk. Hryant's
head was bleeding freely from a out
where it had come in contact with the
pavement, fie was taKjn to the wesr
Side Station house. A warrant was
procured by the constable, the charge
being assault ana battery. A hearing
was to be given last evening at Alder
man Blair's, but was postponed until
Dsath of Mrs. D.ivid Samuels.
Margaret, wife of Divid Samuels, of
Bellevue street, died yesterday morn
ing from heart failure. Mrs. Samuels
baa been ill for the past two years and
was .rn years or age She was born in
Wales and has been a resident here for
many years She was a prominent
member of the Bellevue Welsh Calvan
istic Methodist chnrch and is survive i
by her husband and five children. The
funeral will occur on Monday at 3
'clock, Seiyice will he held at the
lunch and interment mido in the
Washburu street cemetery.
Cey Goes to J ill.
Jsmes CaRey, of Fourteenth streot,
who had his wife arrested and placed
under 300 bail on Wednesday lor as-
aulting him with a beer glass and nat
ron, was taken into custody yesterday
by Constable Timothy Jones on com
plaint of his wife, who charges him
with assault with intent to kill. He
was given a hearing last evening and
immitted to the countv jail in default
Tim N.wj Co. denied.
The Iroquois social club danced last
evening in Mears hall. A large nuui-
ber were present.
The Young People's Literary and
Debating society of the First Welsh
Biptist church held a meeting last
eyening A iiiacusiion of "Jnliu Cjb-
sar" was given and many old members
quoted paragraph! on the play.
The West S;d conclave, Ns. 211. Im
proved Ordr of Heptnsophs, will giv
a free entertainment in tho near future.
George Meyers has been appointed
permanent man at the Colnmbi i hose
house. Mr. Meyers is an fireman
and has t een th" choice of the company
He no doubt will make a good official.
The Trl County Christian Endeavor
Fnion has decided to hold the annual
convention on May 23 in tho Plymouth
Couirregatianal Church on Jackson
street. I he union is made nn of
Luzerne, Lackawanna and Wyoming
THF. LATEST STYf.KS,
On Saturday wo will open a new
stock of dress goods, Including the
iatast novelties in foreign and domestic
goods. Meaks & Haof.N.
The young men of Belhvue ae agi
tating the formation of a tire com
pany. At the meeting of the Welsh Phi loso
phical society, this evening, Daniel J.
Evans will give a talk on "Bland's
Seigniorage Hill," and a paper on tbo
"Tide'' will bo read by Elmnnd
Davies. The singing will be conducted
by William W. Kvans.
Mrs. VViiliara Richard, of Pittston,
was the guest, of friends in this city
A fair iz"d audience greeted Thomas
L. Gulick, a native of Hawaii, last
evening in the Plymouth Congrega
tional church. Mr. Onlick lelivred
an excellent lecture on ttM "Hawaiian
Revolution;' how it was brought
about and how it will end.
Rev. D. W. Sltellenger will give one
of his famous stereopticon entertain
ments nt the First Welsh Congrega
tional church, under the anspics of
the Junior Christian Endeavor society,
next Monday evening. Among other
interesting views, scenes of the interior
and exterior of the ill-fated G ivlord
mines, and also of familiar places In
Wales. The admission fee will be ten
S1LVF.H GIVEN AWAY.
On Saturday we will give a sterling
silver hat pin to every customer buying
$1 worth of goods. See onr show win
dows MjCARg & Haom,
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CRIMINAL COURT TRIAL LIST.
Important Pases to Be Deposed of at tho
April an I May Terms.
District Attorney Kelly yesterday
conn dated the task of preparing the
trial list for the April term of criminal
court, which begins one week from
Monday. One hundred and sixty cases
are down for trial. First on the list is
tho case of Antoni Ferro. who shot
Timothy Buika, tho contractor. An
other Important trial will be that of
Wolf Boerner, who attempted the life
of Officer Johler.
The first case down for the second
week is that of Joseph Jude and
Henry Smith, who are accused of hav
ing murdered a Polander at Providence.
Tho victim's head was crushed with
A numher of persons will nlso be
tried on charges of selling liquor with
out license, preferred by th Brewers'
Protection association of Lackawanna
A special two weeks' term of criminal
court will begin on Monday, May 7.
The first trisl on the list, which in
cludes 107 oases, is that of Michael
Fick, charged with manslaughter, for
huving cus"d the death of a fellow
countryman at Mayfield,
The cas of Alderman C. M. DeLong,
of the Eightli ward, accused of misde
meanor in office, will he called on
Monday, May 1 1
David Tinaley and others will have
to answer to the charge of unlawfully
refilling registered bottles. The accu
sation it that he gathered bottles regis
tered by others and refilled them ns his
A peculiar case is that of E. S Stev
ens, who is accused of the unlawful
sale of skim milk. . Food Inspector
Thomas is the prosecutor in the case,
which is the first of the kind ever
brought in Lackawanna county.
TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICES.
Saint Luke's CHURCH .Rev, Ilocrera
Israel rector. Second Suuday after L.is
ter. Holy Communion, 8 a. m., service
and sermon, 10:83 a. in.; Sunday school,
8 p. m.: Evening praver and teruion and
si-rtnou ?."0 uurs"ry open at 10 a. m.,at;i-.")
Washington avenue, where children will
bo kindly cured for while parents ntteud
Saint Lukf.'s DumtORI Mission Rev.
A. L. Urban in charge. Sunday school 8 p.
m.; evening prayer and sermon 1 p. m.
Hhkf.n BlDOl Baptist Church. Rev.
W. J, Ford, pastor. Services at 10.30 a. m.
and 7.80 p. in. Morning subject: "Is
Ignoranco an Excuse?" Evening subject:
"The Power of Habit."
Jackson Strv.kt Baptist Church &
M Hard will preach in behalf of tho Young
Men's Christian association. The gentle
man is an eloquent speaker and will inter
est all. The pastor will preach in the even
ing at 0 o clock. The Holy communion
af.er evening service.
Washiii hn St. Presbyterian Church
The Rev. E. F. See. general secretary of
the Y. M. C. A. Brooklyn, N. Y will
speak at 10-80 a. m. Regular services at
i:80 p.m. Thome of sermon, ''Jesus Re
vealing Himself to Mortal Eyes." Bible
School at 12; Christian Endeavor. Junior,
at 4. Young People's at 0:81) p. m. A cor
dial welcome to all.
Church or Christ, scientist Sponcer
building. 519 Adams avenue. Bible lesson
at 10:80 a. ni. and church service at 7:80 p.
ni. D. N. McICeo, speaker. All are wel
come. Seats free.
Pahk Place Methodist Episcopal
( ill uc B Rev. J. F. Jones, pastor; 10;30 a.
m.. subject, "Heaven a Prepared Place;''
T.ilO p. ni , "Divine Companionship."
FlHST Baptist Church Pastor T. J.
Collins will preach Sabbath at lu:80a. ni.
Subject. "A Dr eam of History." The or
dinance of communion will follow sermon.
The eveuing service will be conducted by
Mr. Arthur Lucas, state secretary of Now
Jersey; service begins at 7..10. Seats free.
Pirn Avenue Battist Church Rev.
w arren (j. 1'arridge, Fastor. Services at
10.80 and 7 31 ftp. m. Subjects in
the evei ing. "Christ the Light of the
World " Tim Easter music by a large
chorus will bo repeated both morning and
Second Presbyterian Church Rev
l l arlesh. Hubinson, D D., pnstor. Ser
vices 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. 111. The Sac
rament of the Lord's Supper in the morn
ing. ihei. at. C. A. anniversary in the
evening. Address by Mr. t-'-v, General
Secretary Y. M. C. A., Brooklyn. Special
music. ;-. b, Aanraa win assist.
Ti'.iNin Evangelical Mission Corner
Luke and Kurtz streets. Rev. .). G Whit
mire, pastor. Preaching services, 10 3!) a.
m.; prayer and testimony, after the
morning sermon, hutuiay school : p. m.j
Bibie service, 7.30 p. m.
Green Ridue Presbyterian Church
Special. Y M. 0. A. sorviees nt
10.30 a. m. Address by Mr. W. B. Miller,
secretary of tho Tweuty-third street
Branch of the New Yurit association.
Bible school at 12 o'clock. 0. E. meeting
at li."l) p. m. At the evening servico (7.3l
the pastor will preach on the theme "Chris
PkovidE'Ice Presbyterian Church
Pastor, Uev. George E. Guild. The sacra
ments of the I ord's Supper and baptism
will be observed in the morning. In the
evening in connection with "iinilar services
In the city Secretary M. C. Bar L of
Wilkes-Harre, will speak on Young Men's
Christian association work.
Calvary Reformed Church-Comer of
Monroe avenue and i tib-.on stroet. Key.
W. H. Stnbblebino, pastor. Preaching
lh.ROa. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning sub
ject: "The Sunday Secular Newspaper."
Evening) "Angels In Heaven."
At the Simpson M. E. church morning
prayer at 9 80 and preaching by the pnslor,
Rev. L. C. Floyd, at 10.80, Topic: "A Re
view of Three Years' W.ok. Sabbath school
at 12 m., Epworth nnd Junior Leagues at
8 Ho, ami at 7.80 W. B. Miller. Y. M. r. A ,
Secretary of New York city, will deliver
Rev. L)r. Fullerlon, of Virginia, will
preach in the Elm Park .Methodist Epis
copal church Sal. bath morning, and in the
evening .Mr. Walter C. Douglass, general
secretary of the Y. M. C. A. of Philadel
phia, will speak.
Grace Church (Reformed Episcopal)
Morn lag prayer and sermon at 10.30 a.
m. Subject: "Sent," John 20:21. Even
ing prayer and sermon nt 7.80 p. m. to
young men. Subject: "Safety," 2 Sam.
18W. K. L Weston will maltn a short
address to present the cause of the Young
Men's Christian association of this city
in tho evenitig. Siraugers welcomed at
all services. Sects fro:i.
EitisT PkCSBTTiaiAH Church Wash
ington avenue. The sacrament of the
Lord's supper will bo administered In con
nection with the morning service. In tho
evening Mr. George A. Warborton,
general secretary of the railroad brauch of
the Mew York Young Men's Christian as
sociation will deliver an address. Tho
choir will be assisted by Miss Annette
Reynolds of Now York City-.
Ml.e Reynold Will Sint.
Hy specin) reipiet, Mis-i Annette Roy
nnls, of New York, will sinuaaiu tomor
row evening at the First Presbyterian
church, "I'm a Pilgrim: I'm a Strnuuer,"
with vocal accompaniment by thochorns
choir. The selection was rendered last
Sunday evening and greatly pleased the
largo conRtecaiion. Wiss Reynolds will
nlso sing a solo.
Thi Commercial Alliance Life insur
ance company f Now York, cash Capital,
100,000, full paid, desires a local represen
tative for Sciiinton and vicinity. To the
right party, furnishing undoubted refer
ences as to Integrity and ability, a perma
nent position nnd satisfsotory remunera
tion will be given. Address
Lbon Dodson, Jr., Manager.
742 Urexel liuilding, Philadelphia.
TBI blood is the source of health. Keep
it pure by taking flood's Sarsapnrilla,
which is peculinr to itself, nnd superior in
strength, economy and niedlciunl merit.
Hood's Pili.s are purely vegetable, care
fully prepared from tho boat ingredients.
IJif I II S BRAWL
John Harrity, Nealis and a Missing Man
Fight Over the Fare.
NEALIS IS IN THE HOSPITAL
Harrity and Another Engaged Nealis"
Cab and the Three Became Drunk
and n Fight Followed Reported as
a Stabbing Affray Nealis and Har
rity Cut and Bruised Excitement
A brawl occurred at 10:30 o'clock
lent night near Mangan's hotel,
Bellevue, in which the participants,
John Nealis, 11 cabman and a brother
of Liveryman James N-mlis, and John
Harrity, a Delaware, Lickawanna nnd
Western brakeman, wore seriously in
jured. Both were arrested and Nealis was
taken from the police station to the
Lackawanna hospital at 12:30 o'clock
A third person was engaged in the
fight but eluded the police and it is not
kuowti whethor be is seriously hurt or
Both Nealis and Harrity were intnx
icated at the time of the trouble and at
a late hour wore not sober enough to
give an ncconnt of tho right.
A CAB DRIVE OROUL
Harritv aud tho missing man enga
ged Nealis on lower Lackawanna
avenue early in the evening to drive
them about the city.
Frequent stops ware made at drink
ing placs until Bellevue was reached
By this tune all the party were uproar
At Mangan s saloon Nealis demanded
$1 fjom his faros. Only 50 cents was
offered him and the fight was the re
When Officers G.irchidle and Mills
arrived on the scene Nealis was follow.
ing Harrity into the saloon. Both
were covered with blood, Harrity had
a gash six inches long above his left
ear. from widen blood was flowing in
a stream. Neslis was cut in sundry
plnces and his eyo ba lly swollen.
DOCTORS WERE SUMMONED
Dr. Haggerty was sent tor and
dressed liarrity's wounds aud both
men were taken to tho central police
Nealis averred that his eye-ball was
cut. Poliee Surgeon Fnlton was sum
moned and a (Wised that Nealis be taken
to the hospital. At tho latter institu
tion Dr. KnddUel stated that Nenlis'
injuries were not neccessarrily serious.
At a late hour liarrity's friends and
James K,ilis, the liveryman, were en
deavoring to have the men released ou
The affair was reported as a stabbing
nffrny, but it is not certain that a knife
was used. The police are ot the opinion
I hut Nealis' nassongers are to blame
for the trouble.
Harrity was later released from the
police station and a deposit left for his
appsarsnce at today s police court
The Ladies' Aid Society of the North
Main Avenus Methodist Eniscopal
church held a dollar banking social in
the basemeut of the Methodist church
Inst evening. The programme rendered
Piano Solo Miss Ada Von Starch
Opening Speech Willie Bright
Dolls Drill Class of Ten Girls
Original poems, rhymes and recitations
from our directors.
Subject How we earned our dollar.
Yocnl Solo, "The Bridge".. George Parktou
Remark', lrom representatives of the de
positors. Piauo Solo, "Selected" Miss Belle Green
Recitation, "Only Sixteen". Bertha Sanders
Cnpand Saucer Drill . Class of Eleven Girls,
May Hopewell, Grace Sisco, Laura
Moran, Leona Farnbam, Blanche Con
ger, Ira llovt, .Mary Moris, Cora Triiu
ger, Ethel Cooper, Nora Slocutu, Ada
Tableaux The Marriage
Dialogue The Bridal Wine Cup
brioe siaggio ipond
Groom Walter Knight
Tho Bridesmaids, Misses Alice and
Madge Von Storch, Anna Mulley,
Maid of Honor Mamie Lewis
Pastor Henry Kemerllng
Bride's Father William Bright
Grandfather and Graudmother, Mr. uud
Uncle of the Groom Mr. Linney
Friends from Hoslou Mr. nnd Mrs.
Transfer, and oters from the city.
Several Flower Girls.
Vocal Solo and Chorus By the Company
Closing Remarks Rev. M, D. Fuller
The Excelsior Hose company hrld a
musical and literary entertainment nt
St. Mary's hall lust evening. The en
tertainment was free and a large crowd
availed themselves of the opportunity
of having a night's pleasure. Ex-Judge
P. P. Smith aud T. V. Powderly at
tended, the former acting in the capa
city of chairman. Tne music was ex
cellent and the songs aud recitations
Lndl"a' Rezn Toe Blucht rtta
In Russia and u.'ugoia, at tho Common,
wealth Shoe Store, Washington avenue.
FOianton's nuinn?s Interests.
Tnji TbIBDKI Will SOon publish a care
fully compiled aud Olassined list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Sci anion
and vicinity. The edition will he bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated With
photogravure views of our pnbllo build
ings, business blocks, steets, etc., together
With portraits of loading citizeua, No
similar work hat ever giTen an equal rep
resentation of Scrantoo's many Indus.
tries. It will beau invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
Ibis handsome work will attract
now comers and be an unequalled
sdvertlsement of tho city. The circu
lation is ou a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the olty
at large. Representatives of Tun Tribuni
will call upon Til os! : wiiosk namks
are DEBTRSD in this edition und explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of thoir residences
in tnis edition will please 1 nvo notice at
205 Lackawanna Ave.
DANIEL SMITH KILLED.
It Is Supposed Ul Father Reslda tn
Postmaster Vandling last night re
ceived the following telegram :
New Haven, Conn., April C.
Daniel Smith, aged about twenty, was
ideutally killed linie. Father's name
said to be Daniel Smith. Try to And
relatives und notify me what to d with
re .inn J. K. Ryan.
There nre two Daniel Smiths in this
city. One resides at 10-10 North Irving
avenue and the other .11 1210 Washburu
street. Both are engineers
Go to Armbrust's
for choice meats, 'Jltf
Deadleston ft Woerz's and Ballantlnn'e
Ales are the best. E. J. WaLsu, agent, 81
Luclcawauna avenue. "
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
60 where they have
the best selection.
rich cut glass,
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
DO you hunt, fish, ride a wheel, or
intend tol Do you want fine Pockot
Cutlery, a Razor, or any of the numer
ous articles sportsmen and sporting
men use'.' If so, ou and aftor APRIL
A. W. JURBCH
Will be prepared to furnish somo at
reasonable prices at his store,
435 Spruce Street
Remember, everything now; stock
just bought: no old stock to dispose of.
uall nnd examine and you will save
time and money.
We have a
PLAIN AND FANCY CARES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,,
or 413 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant opun until mid
night. THE CELEBRATED
Arc at PftMftt ilif Mnt Pop n Isr and Prvflmtd by
LeuitniK AM IMS
Warorooms : Opposite Columbus Monument,
205 Washington Av. Scranton.Pa.
Of tho tvo ml fill popularity of our KOCH
i sikk BIOYCLfl lnntbrdto fimi. Cnll
nnd seu It and tt will cxplnln iui n Our
other I liius uru ctiually uh popular In their
Florey & Holt
222 WYOMING AVE.
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Martin Sc Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
Rfil "IT fell
Spring v ;
M Suits :
Collins &. Maclxett
220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
Hats and Fine Furnishing Goods.
Cloak Makers and Furriers.
Three of Our
Reveres, Full Hack,
Tan, -Navy, Segar Brown, Mixed
Brown and Grey. A very stylisli
Jacket. Pit and shape perfect,
SEE THIS XI MBER.
We will fjivi! you :i choico of four
styles of Jackets, Clay, Twill or
Covol Cloth. For dress or street
wear there nre none bettor.
Kill Two Bird
with One Stone
if von vsnt to combins comfort with
le unco, look .-it SCHANKU BPHTOQ
s tock of SHOES. Thsres tho km
PHK8W, for Instsnrs. Wht's nsstsr
in ins-lit r bUeki Tho ntdy ttat
Srears it looks like a inly. And lookinir
timt wsy, the chanoes nr.. siio'U set
liko ons Good olotbes and pwd shoos
make good deeds y am' nstnrsl
The Dude Is Dead
Vonng men bsvs osnssd to bo howling
wells They 'n't sfford it thess
poor timiw 'flint's psrtly why bo
many quietly dressed yonng moii
boat town bay thslr Spring Pootweur
ut Kchsnk's, 'i'lioy know he iiii only
In the verylstesl una b."t. They know
his stock lulsrge, lint never load. Ami
thSyknow hi PRICES ABE DOWN
TO FIT THE TIMKs.
This Means You
By the way. why not iouh at Boh ink
fcLKUANT NHW SPBINO AMI
MJMMKH DKSIONSV There's no
ehnrge for looking. When you buy
you pay, Tho lIihuoos am you II huy.
Arcade bboe Store.
V YOSIINt! A V K
The Great .Marvel ut Dental Science
A recent discovery nnd the sole
HoiiYood k Wardoll,
316 Lackawanra Ave.
WHAT J G. SKAMONSSAYS ABOUT
DBS, HEKWOOU WABOELL:
After having eleven teeth extsaeted at
one slttiiitf ly tint palntcHit iiietlul, 1 pro
BOWaee it vullruly autUlauturv in nvnry
. .1111. nla, . J. U. M Alius.
j Cloak Makers and Furriers,
Court House Square.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
T AST YEAE he had saved $300.
-J lie bought a limisi! worth $1860
paid 5v!i'0 down, gave a mort
gage lor $1,550. Today ho esti
males as follows:
uiteroet on mortgage...
Tuxes ami repairs
Not saving on rout
Saved on salary
To apply on mortgagor.
. jfm on
. .' SO 111 :a
RBFI.GOTION "In POUR rears tlial
house will bo free from dobt mul I shall
have u homo ofl ni own."
GBEGN BIDOE is the paradise fur
liouioa I'iiin v Sons have reeoetly tin
IhIh-iI a beautiful villa, whloh they oflbs
on un.j payments, at Wisr.o.
Call hi their oflloe, between W:ililnKti
and Adams on Olive street
EZRA FINN & SONS,
The GENUINE New Haven
Fork Wareroonis -No.
ID, C. RICKER & CO,
Sola iloalers in this BSOtioD.
OFFIOB ADAMS AVE.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The B pedal 1st on tbo F.yo. Henilsnlmj unit
Nervousness relieved, Latest and Improved
Btvlo of Kyu (ll.iss -s mul hpoi'tiiolfs at the
Lowest Prices Bast Artitlcial Kyes lusertod
45 SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poat Office.