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THE 8CBAKT0N TBIBUKB THURSDAY MORNING. jPIiIL 12. 1894.
All Tilings Musical
STELLE & SEELEY
134 Wyoming Ave.
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A I. ! TRICE
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO
'I HE TRADE BV
The Weston Mill h
Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot
20c. lb. Wholesale,
GARNET, BROWN & CO.
537 LINDEN STREET.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
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vrrivci uuuna. sjotousj Fu.
'35 WYOMING AVE.
John D. Kester, a prominent Philadel
pbian, stopped in this city last evening.
A. 0. Caryl, E. T. Wheaton, and Mile
Gardner, of Fuctoryville, were among
yesterday'3 Scranton visitors.
Attorney R. D. Stewart, Wallace Friclf,
Panl Roemmelmyer and S. McMillan, of
Oarboudale, were in the city yesterday.
Rev. and Mm. Van Cleft, of Oueonta, N.
Y.,and Fred M. Davenport, of Yonkers,
N. Y., are conference guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Bone, (K)5 Mulberry street.
WAS A SEVtRE STORM
Heavy Fall of Snow Interferes With
The storm which began Tuesday af
ternoon and lasted during the succeed
ing night and all day yeaterdav, was
one of unusual severity for this sea
ion of year. Had the wnathtir been
colder, the amount of snow that fell
would have blocked every railroad and
brought truffle to acotnplete standstill.
The street cars were out early in the
morning, but experienced much diffi
culty in getting over tbe lines. Aside
from that annoyance, however, tbe
storm which continued throughout the
day without diminuition did little
damage in this city.
Many of the railroad trains woro late
but as a general rule tbey managed to
get through without serious deluy. Un
the mountains the snow drifted badly,
piling up to a height of seven or eight
feet in some places. Much diffioulty
was experienced on the gravity road,
between Carbondale and Houesdale,
one of the early morning trains being
completely stalled. An engine was
sent after it and that broke down, but
was repaired, and after several hours'
delay, managed to pull the train into
the Carbondale statiou.
THOMAS E. SHEA COMING.
Will Produce a Number of Plays at
Acedemr Next Week.
Thomas E. Shea, an actor of marked
histrouic ability, will be seen at the
Academy of Music for one entire
week, beginning next Monday evening,
by presenting the sensational comedy
dramn, ''Escaped from Sing Sing,"
which will be followed by a repertoire
of pleasant plays containing - rariety
of comedy, pathos, sonsational features
iind many clever songs and dances.
Mr. Sbea Is no stranger here and will
no doubt be greeted by as large, if not
larger house, than on bis initnl visit
last season, when standing room was
scarce and many were turned away.
Mr. Shea will be assisted by a clever
company of artists and a good week of
comedy drama may bo expected. The
prices have been low.-red to 10, 20 ami
BO cents for tbe entire engagement.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
The hotel license of T. J. O'Donnell, of
the Eighteenth ward, was yesterday trans
ferred by the court to James M. Sheffield.
The Auto Graviire company, of New
York, and Stetlner, Lambert & Company,
of New York, through Attorneys Willard,
Warren & Knapp, yesterday obtained
writs against the Stereo Relief Manufact
uring company attaching money due that
concern for work done in this vicinity.
Marriage licenses were granted yester
day by the clerk of the courts to Joseph
D. Holt and Klmeru Loveless, of Torrey,
Wayne county; Peter C. Swartz ami Hen
rietta C. Grismer, of Wilkes- Bsrre; Charles
Carroll and Alice Ratcbford, Scran ton:
Anton Schneider, Wllkns-Barre, and Mary
Ann Scbeumann, Scranton.
Harris jost returned from New York
with u fine lot of carpets, rugs and mats.
MM Penn avenne.
Dickson Banjo, Guitar and Mandolin
THEIR INITIAL ENTERTAINMENT.
It Was Vcll Attended Notwithstanding
the Inclement Weather Who Par
ticipated in the Exercises Patch-ford-Carroll
Nuptials Young Peo
ple Given a Pleasant Social Short
The West Side office of the Scrantun
Immune is located at 104t) Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
communications will receive prompt at
tention. Considering the inclemency of the
weather, a large number were present
at the initial entertainment and social
of the Dickson Banjo, Guitar and Man
dolin club held last evening in Mears'
hall. The room was tastefully deco
rated. In front of the stag ware ar
ranged rows of potted plants furnished
especially for the occasion by Wheeler
& Rodham. The programme opened
with a selection by the banjo orchestra
consisting of J. J. Clark, F. E Shafer,
0. W. Sproule. Professor George Csrr,
Art Morse, E W. Roderick, Fred
Shorts, E. G. Hays, D. Forrest Mayo,
F. E Sheninger aud Ed Vntl. Profes
sor Gar? followed with a banjo sole,
"Auld Land Syna" with variations,
with Miss Lillian 0. A. Han
met as pianist. Thomas Williams
rendered a vocal solo and Professor
Cirr rendered a banjo solo, A vocal
solo was sung bv Philip Warren. An
instrumental selection on irmtars and
mandolins wis given by Messrs. Morse,
Roderick, Carr and Mayo. The Misses
Annie and May Chirk sang sweetly to
gether and the Dickson elub renuersd a
polka quintette. Ed Vail, Hyde Park's
impersonator, presented some humor
csitiet in a m inner which did him
credit and kept the audience in laugh
ter. Arthur E Morse rendered a man
doliu solo anil a duet by Mrs. Ran
dolph and Elvvin Bowen elossd the en
tertainment. A hop was then held,
Miss Nellie Curran acting as pianist.
Wedded Yesterday Afternoon.
A very pretty wedding ceremony
was performed yesterday afternoon in
St. Patrick's church, the contracting
parties being Miss Alice Ratcltford and
Charles Carroll, both of this side. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. J. B.
Whelan, in the presence of a large
number of friends and relatives of tne
bridal couple. The' bridesmaid was
Miss Mary Graham and the grooms
man Frank UarrroL The bride and
bridesmaid were attired in very pretty
costumes. Tiiev are well known and
will goto housekeeping ou this side.
An Evening Social.
The young people of the Tabernacle
Congregatiunal church held a mest en
joyable entrtsinment and social in tbe
'bureb last evening. A goodly num
ber was present aud a programme of a
literary and musical nature was ren
dered. During the evoning some ex
cellent selections were rendered on the
ocarina and autoh irp by Messrs. Ed
wards and Price Howell Reese was
chosen chairman of the evening. After
the entertainment refreshments were
8bortr N-w Koto--.
An important meeting of the Order
of United American Mechanics was
held last evening in Bjers' hall on
North Main avenue. C. S Ditters,
state counsellor of the Pennsylvania
Order of United American Mechanics,
was the speaker of the eveuiug.
The ladies of St. David's Episcopal
church will give a social this evening
at the home of Mrs. W. E. Tuayer, on
South Main avenue.
William Bevau and family, former
residents of the West Side, who have
been living in the state of Washington
for the past six years, returned yester
day and will make their home in Belle
vue. Mr. Bevan was a former member
of Bauer's band, and he was given a
hearty welcome by the band boys yes
terday. A large number of members of the
West Side Christian Endeaver societies
will go to Pittston on Monday next to
attend the lecture by Rev. Dr. F. E.
Clark, the founder of the society.
The Laides' Aid society of the Ply
mouth Congregational church held a
pleasant social last evening in the
church. Refreshments were served.
While attempting to board a car on
this side yesterday morning, Police
Officer John Costlett fell on the icy
puvament and sproined his ankle. He
was removed in a cab to his home on
A rettular meeting of Robert Morris
lodge. Order of American True Ivorites,
will be held this evening in Clark's
hall. Important business will be trans
BLACK PATH'S CONCERT.
She Sang Charmingly Before a Small
Audience Last Night.
The concert given at the Aeademy
last evening by Madame Sissierelta
Jones proved an entertainmont of rare
excellence, and was well worthy the at
tendance of a larger audience than
greeted tho famous singer, who has
often been termed tbe "Bluek Patti."
Her vocal powers are of the highest
quality and every lover of music who
heard her last night felt well rtpsid
for coming out in such disagreeable
weather. Madame Jones was encored
every time she appeared, and the songs
witn wlieh sue responded only Whetted
the desire of the audience to hear her
The recitations bv Miss Delia Thomp
son were finely given, her description
of Lew Wallace's chariot race taking
the audience by storm. She waa re
peatedly entored, as were also tbe
Vilona sisters, whose execution, on
tbe violin and piano ware highly ar
tistic. WILLIAMS GIVtN A HEARING.
He 19 Hi .rued With Faxing Counterfeit
Daniels Williams, of the West Side
was given n hearing before United
States Commissioner Col born yesterday
afternoon on a charge of passing coun
terfeit silver dollars in the hotels of
John Edwards and M. J. Fahoy of the
Weat Side on the night of March 80.
The accused was represented by At
torneys Taylor and Lewis. It is as
serted that he found a number o( $1
coins under the tloor of a buildiuy
which he was repairing. He thought
they wero good coins and gave them
Philip Peiper, M. J. Fahev, Police
Officer John W. Moir, John Edwards,
Edmund Edmunds and Police Sergeant
Thomas Williams were examined by
the commissioner. On account of the
absence of United States District At
torney Hall and United States Marshal
Walker tbe bearing was then continued
Suss D., L A W. R. R. Co. to Recover Dam
ages for Death of Her Husband.
ON TRIAL BEFORE JUDGE LYNCH
After the Plaintiff Rested, Defendant
Moved for a Non-Suit It Will Be
Ruled on This Morning Mr. Levi
Obtains a Verdict of $G Jury
Sworn in the Henry Collins Case.
Salisbury Case Still on Trial.
Before Judge Lynch in court room
No. 'J yesterday the trespass case of
Mrs Martha Seainans, of Factoryville,
against the Delaware, Lackawtnna
and Western company, was called for
trial. She sues to recover damages
for the death of her husband, Deputy
Sheriff John Snamans, who win killed
on tho night of Fee. 4, 1891, by a Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Wmtein train
at a crossing near Factoryville.
Mrs. Seenians and the father of the
dead man were in court and occupiad a
seat at the plaintiff's table with Mrs
Seaman' attorney, S. B. Price. The
company is represntd bv Attorneys
E. N. Willard and Major Everett War
ren. It i charged by the plaintiff
that the crossing was u very danger
ous one aud that the aceideut wa
caused by the failure of the oompauy's
engineer to ring a bell or display a
signal as the iron horse approaehed the
At 4 o'clock the plaintiff rested, aud
Mr. Warren asked for a non-suit on
the ground that it had not bean shown
that Mr. Seaman exercised proper cnu
tion iu approaching the crossing. Mr.
Price opposed the motion and Judge
Lyuch decided not to rule upon the
poiut until thhimorniug.
THE SALISBURY CASE.
Before Judge Edwards in th maiu
court room the esse of A. W. Salisbury
against Julius Lauer continued ou trial
all day yesterd iy. It will go the jury
this moruiug. The defense elosei its
argument to the jury before court ad
The suit of Bullira and Brennan, of
New York, was cdled for trial before
Ju Ige Peck in No. 3, and the defendant
failing to appear a verdict of (08.16
was taken for tbe defense, that being
the amount of the claim and interest.
A jury was then called in tho case of
Henry Collins against the Carbondale
Traction company. Mr. Collins wants
damages for injury he says wa done
to a property lie owns at Carbondale
by reason of tbe building of an electric
rod by the company in front of it.
After the jury was sworn in court ad
journed to give the jurors an oppor
tunity tn go to Carbonuale and exanim9
the property. On account of the storm
the visit was deferred until thi morn
ing. In the case of David J. Levi against
J. S. Miller and C S. Lewis a verdict
was returned for S iu favor of the
Programme for the Coming Woman's
Missionary Gathering Many
Notable Women Will Be Here.
The twenty-fourth annual assembly
of the Woman's Forelirn Missionary
society of the Presbyterian c'mrch to
be held in this city on April 24 aud 2o,
will prove an important gatberio
Among thosa expected to be presont
irom foreign lands are Mrs. Welling
ton White, of China; Mrs. John New
ton, of India; Mrs. W. C Dodd, of
Laos; Miss Bigelow, Miss Ballagh, of
Japan; Miss Charlotte Brown, of
The programme for the meeting,
which will be held in the Frst Presby
terian church, is as follows:
Tuesday, April 24, 7.30 p. m., praise and
prayer service, followed by social hour.
Wednesday, April 28, 10 a. m reports
and missionary addresses. 2.110 p. w., open
parliament on missionary education. 7.80
p. m., popular meeting and Christian En
deavor missionary rally, addressed by Rev.
G. W. Knox, Japan.
Tuesday, April 20, 9a. m conference of
1'reKl ytermu ( Ulcers. 1(5.30 a. rn.. uues
tion box, discussions, missionary addressed
2 p. tn., social meeting with missionaries'
4 ,io p. m., missionary addresses and clos
Loeal committees have nlready been
appointed. Mrs. C. W. Kirkpatrick,
who is chairman of the committee on
entertainment, has to assist her, Mrs.
A. E. Hunt, Mrs. .l imes Archhuld,
Mrs, J. A. Price, Miss Eium-n Vail,
Mrs. J. E. Close. Mis. G. W. B. Al
len, Mrs. George B Bluckington, Mrs.
M. R. Kays, Mrs. D. W. Skellenger,
Mrs W. H. Freeman. Miss Oakley,
Mrs. E C. Fuller and Mrs, Tboniss
Watkins. The committee on printing
It composed of Mrs. W. II. Buell and
Mis AngtUta Wright. Mrs. C. T. F.
Barnard will havechnrge of the decora,
TAX COLLECTORS FOR THE YEAR.
List of Appolntmonte Completed Yester
day o.- County Commissioner.
The county commissioners yesterday
completed their appointment of state
and county tax collector for the coun
ty for the year 1804, It i ns follows ;
Archhuld borough, V. A. Philbin; Ben
ton township, II. U, Smith; Hlakely bor
ough. David C. Phillips; Carbondale town
ship, Patrick Casey; Clifton township,
.lame: 1 1 boyle; UOTlttgton township, R. J.
Fitufleld: l)irk-,on City borough, William
Moses; Dunmore borough, 0. P. Savage;
Elmhurt borough, Samuel Freiblu: Fell
township, Patrick McGeevor; Glenburn
township, 0. H. Sherman; Mouldsboro bor
ough, J. B. Uarduer; (Jreentleld township,
J. J. Sicklor; JeHsrson township, G. R.
McLaughlin; Jerinyn borough, E. A.
Lane: La Plume borough, (leoriru Sissou:
Lehigh township, VV. M. Newell; Lacka
wanna township, James Butler: Madison
townhip, Eugene Nonck; Maylleld bor
ough, Patrick Brady: Newton township,
J, U MopKius; iorin AOiagton township,
C. J. Thomas; Old Forge township, J,
(leorge Kehr; Olyphnnt borough, B. N.
Kennedy: ivausom township, l. Mc-
Closkoy; Roaring Brook township, Jncob
Wester: boom townsnip, aorton uaraneri
Spring Brook township, H. K. Evaus;
South Abington township, J. D. Ayles
worth: Taylor borough, John D. Jonos;
Waverly borough, Charles w. Hall; Win
ton borongb, James J. Luwlnr.
Curbondale First ward, E, A. Wonna-
cott: Second, William Ulmer; Third,
(ieorgo F. Chamberlin; Fourth, E. A.
WonneCOHl tilth and sixth, George F.
Scranton First ward, John D. Evans;
Second. William H. McDonnell; Third,
Giles Decker; Eourtb, Morgan W. Mor
gan; Fifth, W. R. Thomas; Sixth, William
Egani Seventh, William UinniOOIt! Eighth.
John M. Rose; Ninth, Fred L. Ward:
Tenth, Charles Haynor; Eleventh, Theo
dore Hessinger; Twelfth, Edward Froble;
Thirteenth, A. E Kiefer: Fourteenth, Da
vid Jones; Fifteenth, Hoese C. Powell;
Sixteenth, Qeorge Conner; Seventeenth,
M. F. Andrews; Eighteenth, Patrick It.
Dongher; Niuotoentb, Edward Frablo;
Twentieth, Mark Cahilun; Twenty-llrst ,
Beadleeton ft Woent'a and Bn limit Inn's
Ale are tbe beet. E- J Walsh, agent, tt
Lackawaucu avenue. '
Hiss Margaret Wlialeu Harried to William
J. Burns lu St. John's Church.
WITNESSED 8Y MANY PERSONS
The Bride Was Attended by Miss
Nora Conboy Rev. Father Moffat
Performed the Ceremony Young
Mtnooka Thieves Operate on a New
Line Short News Paragraphs and
At St. John':; church yasterday after
noon was sen a wedding of two very
prominent young people of the South
Side, William .1 Burns, of Pittston
avenue, led to the altar Mis Margaret
Whaleu, of Genet street, one of the
prettiest young lam -eh of the southern
part of the city. The ceremony took
place at 4 o'clock in the afternoon and
was attetlded by nearly 300 spectator.
The bride, attend -d by Miss Nora Con
boy, of Cedar nveiiu. was dressed in
eorn silk, triiuui'fd with docket lnce
and ribbon to match. As she walked
up tho center aisle of the church,
where R.v. Father Moffat wa wait
ing, nho presented a very beautiful
and engaging appearAUie. Following
came the groom and bridesmaid, whose
costume was of crepon trimmed with
ttnebeas lco and pink ribbon. She
carried a bouqiut of pink roses. The
hri Ih wore a corsage bouquet of chrys
anthemums. They wero mot at the
altar by the officiating clergyman and
the solemn and impressive words that
bound them together for life as mau
and wife were pronounced. After the
marriage the ounpte drove to the home
of friends in Avoca and returned at 8
o'clock to the residence of the bride's
parents on Genet street, where a wed
ding breakfast followed. At midnight
the marriage party wa driven to the
depot of the Delaware, Lnckawaiina
and Western Railroad company, where
they took the vestibule traiu for New
York and other points along the Atlan
The wedding presents were very
beautiful, costly and numereo. Mr
Burns is a very popular and progress
ive young barber of Pittston avenue,
who has won many friends by hi amia
ble anil pleasant disposition, and his
wife is on of the foremost and most
beautiful young ladies of South Scrau
ton. A largo host of friends and ac
quaintances' wish them a long and hap
py life together. After their return
trora their honeymoon they will be-in
housekeeping at the corner of Genet
street aud Pittston avenue.
Feed Bigs Purloined.
A yonthrn! bevy of thieves of Mi
nookii have sprung a novel trap for re
plenishing their pocket books. The
idea has been operated success
fully so far, of stealing empty feed
bags from the (tables of Minooka mer
chants and selling them to wholesale
dealers iu grain iu Scrunton. A raid
was lately made on the barns of Mer
chants P. C. Connolly and John J.
Coyne, and about 400 empty bags pro
cured and sold at an average of 8 cents
apiece. The total sum would aggre
gate somewhere near $20, and the
juvenile depredators have been making
merry on the result of their spoils.
Through an accomplice they have suc
ceeded in converting their booty into
cash. The robbed merchants aro not
ready to prosecute the young thieves if
restoration be made, otherwise the
in ijesty of the law will be resorted to.
The 7 year-old son of School Director-Elect
Patrick Biggins, is very son
ously ill of iuil animation of tho'lungs
and bis death is hourly anticipated.
The marriage of Mi Rosa Helrelgel,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hel
reigol.of Cedar avenue, and Henry Son
ta -. motormau on the South Side line
of the Scranton Traction company, wi I i
be solemnized Wednesday, April IS,
at tho lieireigel residence, 1802 Cedar
avenue. Over a hundred invitation
have boen addressed to the friends of
the young couple.
Patrick Kileullen, of Stone avenne,
left yesterday for Philadelphia, to re
side there permanently.
John Joyce, of Minookn, and Bridget
Coyne, of Scranton, were married yes
terday afternoon in St. Joseph's church.
Miuooka, by Rev. D. H. Green.
Tho bride was attended by her
cousin, Mis Julia Coyne, and
the groom by John F.iherty, of
Minooka. The young couple will be
gin housekeeping ou Main street, where
a reception was held betwieu the hours
or b and 11.
The funeral of Antony Cannon, of
Minooka, was held yesterday afternoon
and attended by a large number of
friends. Burial services were read in
St. Joseph' Catholic chnrch, and iu
lerment iu Minooka cemetery.
Margaret Gllboy, the 6-year-old
daughter of Michael Gilboy, of 823
Beech street, died yesterday alternocn
ut 4 o'clock, and will be buried tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock in Hyde
Park Catholic cemetery.
LACKAWANNA BAR BANQUET.
Bright Lawyers Will Feast aud Ora'o
The annual banquot of the Lacka
wanna Bar association, to be held this
ovming, is certain to proye a happy
nffair. Judge H. M. Edwards will
preside and Major Everett Warren will
The toasts to be responded to are:
"Legal Silencv," Judge R. W. Arch
tiald; "Preparation of Cases," L. Am
trman; "Legal Fiction," H. M. Seely;
"Fellowship of the Bar," Cornelius
Comeavs: "Classification of T.mvsra "
ex Judge Alfred Hand; poem, R. J.
Beamish; "Things a L-wyer Should
Forget," M. A. McGinley; ''One More
rinuno, utenienani uovernor L A
Tne Lackawanna bar now nnmUr
180 members, of whom a large per
centage are expesUd to be in attend
ance, rue mean mat will he served is
to come of many dainty dishes.
Scrnnton'a Iluelnei Intnreit.
TBI TmiiUNic Will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classllled list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Hcranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illuetrnted with
photogravnro viows of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work hns ever given nn equal rep
resentation of Scrautou's many indus
tries. It will bo an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copias of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well a the city
at large. Representatives of Tub Tiuhonb
will call upon thosk whosic namks
aro dkbirki) in this edition and explain
Its nature more fully.
Those desiring viows of thoir residences
in tnis edition will please 1 ave notice at
P. M. AyUworth
will be ut his new stand, 223 Wyoming
avenue, next to Economy Furniture com
pany, rndy for business next Thursday.
F. J. Johnson, practical house and sign
paiuter ban removed from court house
squaro to 220 Spruce street, opposite
Parts Nos. 7 aud 8 of this handsome
portfolio aro now ready for distribution.
IIabius just returned from New York
with a tiuu lot of carpets, rugs and mitts.
304 i'eun avenue.
Rheumatism racks the system like a
thumbscrew. It retreats before the power
of Hood's Sar6aparilla, which purities the
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Go where they have
the best selection.
RICH CUT GLASS,
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why run all over tbeoltv looking lor Rol l
dollars with one, nundrodand tea cents' worth
of gold in tlnm But you will come very
close to It it it you will cull ut the right place,
h" 5tl" 'io""r8""'ola' silver und green-
A. W. JURISCH
435 8 TRUCE STREET, und get full value
for your money In
BICYCLES, FIRE Alois,
FISHING TACKLE, FINK
CUTLERY, DOG COLLARS
AND GLNKKAL SPORTING
The VICTOR WHEEL Lands.
Bicycle, llro arms, etc.. repair-id at short
notice. Key Httintt a specialty. Uive me a call.
We have a large assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CARES,
ICE CREAM anil WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or413 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
night. A TRIP
Through our Bicycle Department will show
you tho finest line oftnow anil elegant Roods
ut reasonable prices you ever saw. Kspeclully
notice the KOOHBRTBB. It is the noutOBt
anil fastest cycle in the market.
Unll and fret prices on our SECOND GRADE
WHEELS. They will surprise you.
-T.7r t A uwj7
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Martin Sc. IDelany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
308 Laokawanna AAenue,
We have never shown as select an assortment iu hats,
trimmed in tho latest style ami iu cndlesS variety, as w
do this season, and wo eordialh invite all ladies to visit
"ur MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Cloaks and Capes,
We are just opening a large shipment ,f Cloaks aud Cupea.
A handsome Tan Ladies' Jacket, Umbrella Hack, Reel'e
A tight fitting Clay Worsted Jacket, with Moiro Revera
A beautiful Black Clay Worsted Capo, with Mohair Braid
And dozens of other styles from . $,98 to $25.00
"mm do the
Women's Coats and Capes
We showed you a large collection of Capes and Jackets at
Easter-tide. Today we have just twice as many.
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
M oire and Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Well, Wear Weil, Look Well.
The Prices are WAY DOWN:
$5.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest and neatest are of Gro-Grain Silk, Moire,
Cloth and Lace. Notice the price tickets:
$5, $6.50, $9 TO $20.
Jackets, Capes and Top Garments for Everybody.
G-."HT. Owens Sc Co,
CLOAKHARZB8, SUITS AND WRAP?.
PRUCB STREET, COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Tho Crcat Marvel of Dental Science
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