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THE HCBAJSTOR TEIBUNE FIRDAT MORXTNG. APRIL l-?. 18ft t.
All Tilings Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
1 IICH 1 .K Al K.
it! HKU HAKE
A I I I KK l:
Sea the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
j A Foe lo Dyspepsia
And always have
KANtJPACTUBEP A:;n COB sale TO
THE TRACE r.Y
The Weston ill Co,
Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot
20c. lb. Wholesale,
6ARNEY,BR0WN & CO.
587 LINDEN STREET
DR. H. B. VARE
sl'IK I AMST.
EYE. BAB, NOSE AND TliBOAT.
170 IUB i.a
Tij vj y.
35 WYOMING AVE
W. J. Lewis lias returned from his south
Thomas Lynch, of Wilkes-Bam, visited
Hih city yesterday.
Lieutenant Governor L. A. Waters is on
a bu-ines visit to Philadelphia.
F. B. HarttnaB, of Blooms burg; regis
tered Ht the Wyoming yesterday.
Major Bardwell, ex-postmaster at Tnnk
bannoclt, was in the city yest-rday.
Levi W. I.intrnnd Joseph P. Rums, of
Wttkes-Barre, were in the city yesterday.
Lieutenant R. .1. McCausland, of afoot
nee, who was tli" ner of Adjutant Millar,
at. i lie Westminster, returned home laat
even i net.
Dr. J. E. Price delivered a verv inter
estin2 address before the stndent of
Wood's Basin ess college yesterday after
noon. The doctor is at hom-- with young
people mm lie mingled sent;--"-', end pa
pal with wit and bnmor in inch a unique
manner as to not only provoke mirth ami
laughter, but to engage them in the mo-e
sober phases of life's realities
Tho attract. i . at the Frothinirh-tm
theatr nxt -Monday evening will b
Lew Dockstideri minstrels, an or-
with the theatre ijiernof Scranton.
1,1 r II r T'li'l.'r 1 1 11 S O . i V 1 u i r I
ton for over a var, and tiie audience
that will srre-t him Monday night will
in rin m 11 n t- it u nni
With Mr. Docketed er will appear
Down and popular in Scranton.
moot: : nun iier v.iii in. r run 11-
JIOll', l.ll-,ll'' I IIW-TS, d'l I I,, fl (-
ngtcn, Davn Idv, Hlockson and Burns
Symonds, Hugbei and Basra sod nop
;ri us oilier inn I'laifrs
The sale of se.its for the minstrels
hi o i-n i.iiis iiiori'.inir ni i n click si
J.Wil lllllRIC Store.
Ou the evening of tlio perf ormanos
keta will he sol 1 .it a temtiornry box
:icn mar ii di iilt nu it hi itje ionur ot
Thomas M. Sh.r, Next Week.
The management of tho Academy of
uio v. ii rrosynt n i.-.,.ir nt . ,i . . :
B!u . r me approval or tho patrons
xt week. Thomas E Shea and hi?
01 ::ill V I Oolil t il. ,1. nr. a fur t in
ntiiv W"k iii a strong repertoire of
nmeily drum is with many aonsatlnnal
,.,.... t- Ul . 1 - a
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lass one and contains many elevwr
euple. Soii:,'a and dancei of particular
ler.-st will be intempers-d thronith-
ot eaeh play. Tins is the second an
ml appearance of Mr. Buea and hi
'iruiianv in toll city, and this engage-
ill . - .1 .-.
Mill. .VIII III, 'Ml I IL III i IV" v.ri' aitn-
III he the inii for Monday evenlos,
l.- ii o.i .. , ' .in
Ill l.'l'- h III I . I'll... 1 III II-" fri ll.
Iii'tn llatlo'i of OiUcei'i
The chiefs of l'oeonn tribe. No .2.1(1 r,..
QVOd Order of Rd -Men, wore initallsd
and Baclieto VT. IJ. Morgan ns follows:
ijih. it, wunrini u-niU - rilirilir;
miMior sagamore, . w. Kmntiech;
lir.ll HMUiin , lii.nii'1 I.; I'lllHl 01
lords, W. Ij Grass; assistant chief of
VIM, ' --, BViJIQI III ' I I I I ,
W. Anintr: r. presentativn to L'rnnil
cil, J. II. rlade. .Alter installation.
1. viiiiii'iii t-u' r. v. r, 1 1 llii'.i' I i- In
iirieR I.eWln in.' 5. W. Warner, the
Untirs jtiPt returned from New York
u a tine Jot, ol ivi;t.s, nis hlJ ,;iuts.
NEWS OF WEST K
City BujinMr PbllHps CoUnlaliled on His
FRIENDS ASSEMBLE AT HIS HOME
Music and Song and Mirth-Making
While. Away tho Hours ot Early
Night Mrs. M.ir,;.ri:t Connors
Buried Mr. and Mrs. Harris Ten
dered a Parly -fed Men to Occupy
n New Home.
The Went Bide office of th Borantom
Ihibdni Is locate I at 1M0 Jsokson street,
whi-re labsorlptioos, advertisement! and
communications will receive prompt at
tention. A large number of persons BUthtred
a: the home ol Joseph 1'. Phillips, at
the corner of Swetland street and
Lincoln avenue lat evening, and ton
llerdd him ati enjoyable surprise in
eel bratlon of his r.-cut reflection as
city engineer. ThtJ hous. was brill
iantly illuminated and potted plant a
were tastefully arranged throughout
the rooms. Th" tollowiag members of
the old Continental Ulee club were
present and nod 'red selection', inter
spersed with solos: Prof. V. V. Evans,
leader; KichardH Williams, president;
David K Bnghes, llenrv s. Morgan,
William B lime, John E Kelly,
Levi Morrii, Thoutai Abraro, David
Stepli-ns, K R. lliuhes, Thomas Jones,
Simnel Davit, Roland 1' Thomas and
Rlobard Thomas (Dew llTber!. The
ttuests began to ssitmhle at khont 3 'M
.'clock and Were received in the parlot
by Mrs Phillips and daughters, Mem
bers of the Qlee elub then entertained
those present with oharmiog seleoMoni,
A dnei entitled th- " Two Sailors," was
sung by William Kvitis an I Thomas
Abram in oreditattle manner. A solo,
' llar.l Times,' rendered by Professor
W. W. Evans, with ii chorus hy the Glee
won great applause Mill Norma
Williams, a young lady of talent, was
pianist of the evening. The guej's con
gratulated Mr Phillips on his re-eleo-tlon,
and manv laud and cheerful
words were spoken. Among those
present, besides those previously m-n-tloned,
w-re Mr. ami Mrs. Phillips,
Mr. tin 1 Mrs Evans, Mr. and Mrs
David Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts,
.Mr. nu t Mr. Evan 11. Evans. Mrs.
Abrams, Mrs. Mayo, Mrs. Buiri',
Mr and Mrs. Colebv, Mr and Mr'.
Richard Tuouiss, Mrs. Coolt and
Mrs. Lavelle, of Wilkes-Birre, and the
MissS Minnie Hothea, Norma Wil
liam', Myrtle Coleby and Patrick
Croseln. The following members of
the city engineer's corps weru also
present; Messrs. Moir, P. V. Costello,
Patrick Cole, Blwio B Snerwood and
Dominiek Healy, Refreshments were
served at midnight.
A Pt-annt Farty.
A party was tendered Mr. and Mr.
.T. P. Harris at her home, corner of
SwetUnd Street and Evans court, Tues
day evening. The members of the
Ladles'! Aid sociaty, of the Plymouth
church, promised that each one should
earn 1 to h-lp defray the expenses of
the new church Mrs. Harris was one.
of these, and Tuesday evening she
s-rve ic ere mi and cake, and in that
wav earnrd her $1 Those present were
Norma and Mary Powell, Lizzie Thomas,
Jennie Williams, May Robertson, Mrs.
Edwards. Mrs. Rills, Mrs. Msrkey,
Mary J. Ellis, Llztle Ellif, Mrs John
M. Harris, Mrs Lndwif, Mar-jaret
Harris, Anne Hsrris, Hattie Ellis, and
Margie Harris; and the Messrs. William
End wig, John Jenkiti", David Jones,
Christopher Robertson, Isaac Price,
Charles Keller, Thomas Anthony, Lot
Lndwig, Harry Edwards, Daniel Robert
son, Isaac Harris, John M. Harris ami
William Harris. The, music was fur
nished by Isaac Price an I Harry El
Mrs. Connors Hurled.
The funeral of Mrs Margaret Con
nors, of North Bromley arilUUe. oc
curred yesterday morning. A solemn
high mass of rrqnlem was celebrated in
St Patrick's ciiurch hy Rev, Fata-r
MeNally, Toe ceremonies wer at
tended by a large audience. The floral
ott -rings were many and of exquisite
designs. The pall bearers were .fames
Tohin, John Mo;iigl, Thomas MoCor
meek, John Smith, Henry Durkin and
Will Occ ipv Th-ir N-w Hr.me.
Bald Ksle lo igo Ni. 103, and N'avnjo
In be, No. Ib.i, improved Order of Red
Men, will rrriipy their new furnished
qu .riers nv-r JenMoi' drug stere on
Fr lay evening) April 30. Bpetchei
will i:e made by prominent Red Men
fmm Bingbamton, Wllkes-Bsrre and
E mira and a musical progrdnitue ren
dered. The affair will be doted with
News N.tes and Personals.
The funeral of (lie infant, child of
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Abbot, of North
Bromley svenne, will occur this after
lioon a! 2 :!0 o'clock. Interment will
ie made in the Washburn street ceme
tery Miss Alice Wek, of North Hyde
P.uk avenue, is making an extended
visit with her uncle, Boo, T. P.Dsrles,
of West Virginia.
Miss Jesie Neumann, of North 8nm
ner iiv-'tiuo, retnmeii borne yesterday
from a two weeks' visit with frlen Is In
Lsdtec1 branch of Ht. Patrick's Irish
Catholic Benevolent Union will giv,, an
entertainment on Sunday, evening,
Henry Woodbouee, of Clark's Sum
mit, Was on this si b- yesterday,
Mr. Hawkins, of North Sumner
avenue, is making extensive Improve
ments 00 his property.
The fiin-ral of the two-year-old
child of John Burke of North Main
avenue, will takn place today,
The Women's Guild of St. David's
Episcopal Church, held n most pleasant
oolal last evening at the home of Mr,
and Mia. W. E. Thayer, on South'
Mam avenue, Refreshments were
Mr and Mrs J, El ward Morgan, of
Wilkes liarr, were guests of friends
on this side yes'erday.
COST OF STRFF.T I M PR07? M ENT3.
CHv Knglnesr Phillip I Q:vs Eitlmalsa
''if; Bugloeer PbTlllpi has prepared
eslim ites of the cost of making certain
street Improvement! provided for in
rent ordinances passed by councilr.
To lay th sidewalk on Lackawanna
avennsefrom the Ddawsro Lackawanna
and Western railroad to North Main
avenue in the Fourteenth ward, will
require an expenditure of $948,38, ac
BOr ling to the estimate of the oily en
gineer. The walks to be laid on tho west
side of Ninth ami Robinson streetn
from Lackawanna av-nue to Jackson
street are estimated to cost $801.70, and
on the cast and Welt sides of Main
avenne from Jackson to Pettibone,
Proceeding of List RLjkt's Session of Com
TWENTY THOUSAND FOR VIADUCT
Vice President Clark of the Scranton
Traction Company and W. F. Hall
stead of the Delaware. Lackawanna
and Wostcrn OlTjr 310,000 Each
Bond Ordinance Ordered Printed
Resolutions Concurred in.
Fourteen common oounoUmeh ans
wered tin roll cat I at last night's meet
Ing; Sohadt, Robatbao. Norton, drier,
Robinson, Began, Moir, McLean,
Thomas, Wen. I, Nsalis, Noons, Oo.l
fiev and Hlekey,
After the minutes of the last !ii""t
Ing bad been read and approve I, Chair.
man Nealis stated that before any fur
ther business w as in order the names
of, the different committeemen ap
pointed for the ensning year would be
read. The list is as follows I
Audltluo. Committee Biokey, Battlo,
Bweeney, Norton, Regan, Bowe, Bobadt,
PlnauoeGrler, Norton, Thomas, Weniel,
Judloiary BlOkey, Battle, Moir, Noone,
Estimates Noone, Bobadt, Qoldenj R b
Btreeti and Bridges Sweeney, Battle,
Howe, Regan, I'avies.
Bewere and Drains McLean, Bcbadt,
Wensei, Norton, T'lomas.
Light nnd Water-- Began, Noone, Will
lama, Golden, Moir,
lire Department Bchadt, Robinson,
Moms, HioKey, Rohathao,
Police- Norton, McLean, Thomas, Moir,
PrintingHowe, Norton, Williams,
No me, Sweeney.
Public Buildings Battle, Bweeney,God
frev, Bcbadt, Thomas,
Railways Robinson, McLean, Howe,
TaxesGolden, Hlekey, Morris, Urior.
Rales Robathao, Norton, Davies, Bat
i.aws and Ordinances Weniel, Robin
ion, Godfrey. Noone, Davies.
Banitary -Williams, Sweeney, Morris,
liattle, ICe.-; 111.
Licence Godfrey, llickey. Howe, Rob
Collector's Accounts - Thomas, M. ir,
Grler, Weniel, Norton.
Treasurer's Accounts Morris, Sweeney,
Godfrey, Moone, Davies.
Manufactures Moir, McLean, Thomas,
Parks Davie, llickey, iVilliams, liohin
Pavements Golden, Norton, Howe,
$Ji,(MH) POB TUB VUDDOT.
Twooominnnioationi wire real, one
from C. M. Clark, of Philadelphia, vice
president of the Scranton Traction
company, and the other from Oeneral
Manager W. P. Ballltcsd, of the Dela
aware. Lackawanna an i Western Rail
road OOPpany. Vice President Clark
stit.ed that the Traction company
would pay $3,000 when the viaduct is
completed and ready for cars to run on
it, and $3,000 yearly thereafter for lour
Mr. Hallstend'a proposition limply
stated that President Sloan auth .rized
him to make a donation of $10,000
Mr, Robatnan moved to refer the
communication! to aspimial committee
of live, three from the upper branch
and two from the common, to let lb
the promises in conjunction with the
mayor and city engineer. The amend
ment by Mr. McLean to have the
matter referred to the railroad 0 .iniiiil
teo was lost and the original motion
prevail !. The Chair appointed Messrs
Robathan and llickey to serve on the
imiliUF. AND LOAN ORDINANCE,
Mr. Moir, taking up the (inostion of
bonding the city for the er.-clion of
bridges, stated the law in reference to
the publication of tho ordinance in
the pa perl of the eilv. (
A motion wai made to have the or
din auce printed in the SCRANTON Titiii-
t'NE and Scranton Republican Mr.
lirier, of the Third Ward, offered an
amendment inserting Ihe word "Times
I oi tend of Tribune." Hegavenovalid
reason nor offered no information in
connection with hie amendment; nrd
finally consented to accept the ntiin. i
mcnl of a iding the Scranton Times to
the Hit, since the law allowed pnblioa
Hon in more titan two papers
Tue ordinance is known by the title
Bridge sod Loan ordinance, -and pro
vides for th" issuing of bonds to the
amount of $360,000, In denominations
of $l.nil0 eacu, and bearing not more
than i per Cent interest.
The lirat aeries is from Nos 1 to DO
Inoluitve ami matures In 1004; tn
second, from 01 to 110, matures in
1909; t tie third, l in to 191, matures In
lull; tiie last, from 101 to 360, will be
cancelled in 1919,
A hatch of concurrent resolutions
w-re read and concurred In,
WFDDFO IPJ PHIlADClPHlA.
Joseph P. Vaok, of This llace, Marrlss
ii (l laker City i.-idy.
Jos' ph K Maek, of this city, wns
m irriod to Mis Carrie L , daughter of
Michael Muck, a Market street, Phila
delphia, alio!) merchant, at 8 o'clock
I ail evening
The wedding service took place at
the CheltOUt Street Presbyterian
s r,-,-ci'. i nd was performed by the
Rv, Mr. Relnhold, a relative of the
ami meiated by the pastor, After
ihe ceremony the party returned to tht
home ol the bride, on M irk"t Itreet.
where a OOllalloa an 1 reception took
plnce, after Which iIr, end Mrs Msck
left on i brief honeymoon, Inolndlng
New York and vieinitv. After retttrtt
lUg to Scranton, thee Will lie at home
to their friends at 881 Palm street,
Mr, Mack is a bookh epsr for the
Seuquoil Silk Manufacturing company
and is deservedly popular with em
ployers and employes alike Their
numoroui friends ami acqualutanoei
join in wishing thfP a safe and peace
ful journey ou the se of marital feli
city. SONG RECITAL AND ADDRESS.
John Howard F, itertalu' end InStruOtl s
Music Loving Audlenos,
The song recital and address given
nt Powell & Co. 's piano warcrooini
last evening hy John I i award, of New
York, proved highly entertaining to
the music lovers present.
The mUlleal part Of tho programme
consisted of n number or selections
whioli Mr. Howard rendered in an ar
tistic manner. He has a pleasing voice
and seems to sing without any Ittlvlng
The address consisted of a brief his.
tory of Mr. Howard's experience in
true, phyilolOgteal method of teaching
artistic sing) ug, together with an ex
planation of the Howard voice method.
Beadleston & Wosru's nnd Ballnntlne's
Alee are the beet. K. J, Walsh, agent, .ij
Lsxkawauua avenne. "
DIES $ m SIDE
Elopirs twin Prxkville on a WeilJInj Trip lo
LOVE LAUGHS AT LOCKSMITHS
William Harklni and Mary Gallagher
Married Airainst tho Wishes of the
Bride's Parents Slopping on Bir
ncy Avoiuio Spending Their Honey
moon Suit in Equity Against Tay
lor Borough Personal Mention and
William Harkini and Miss M-iry
Gallagher, of Peckvllle, 1 -r r home and
Wire Parried secretly, and are now
spending tiieir honeymoon at tho resi
dence of Rlcnar i (Miliary on Birney
avenue, in the Twentieth ward. Barklni
is about '.'I VKars oi l, and Ills bride il
not over 19 Bliprunli live in Pitts
ton borough, hut he is employed by a
shalt liuker named Thomas Small.
COUlb, The nature of his employment
is such as to Had biP hire today an I
away tomorrow. For the pist sis
months be was employed at Peckvllle.
and boarded at tho hotel of Mioha d
Qallagher, There he fell in love with
the landlord's inghter, and she re
ciprocated tin II m i,
When the parents of the girl found
out the fact Barklni was banished
from tho house, and his lady lov kepi
under guard. List Sunday night,
however, after the lallaghr family
bad retired for the niiriit, Mary left th s
home and proceeded to an appointed
spot where hr trysttng lover in -t bar,
Tbey came to this ciry and registered
at a hot,! in Ihe city under ufisnmeil
names. Monday morning they joui
nsyed to the eoort bonis and obtained
a I.I trri lge license.
Then, nocor line to the groom's state
ment to a TRIBUNE reporter, they took
the sheet car and went to OlyphftUt,
where Rev. P. J, Mm phy.of that plac
made them man and wife. Alter the
0 lemony the couple returned to Scran
ton and have since been boarding nt
Mr. Callary's. About two years ago
Harkini work 6 1 in the National shaft
In I rock tunnel, an I lived with Ctl
larv. Yesterday the elopers wrote a note to
tiie girl's parents, telling of their mar
rlage aud asking forgiveness, They in.
tend to wait a reasonable lime lor an
answer b-fore taking further steps.
Went Taylor to Pay Its Shine.
Tho supervisors of Lackawanna
lownibip, Martin P. Judge and Michael
Gibbons, through their attorney, Cor
nelius Comegyi, have Bled a bill in
Unity in the court of eompdn pleas,
asking an adjustment of the indebted
ness of Lackawanna township, sons to
have tho recently constructed borough
of Taylor pay its proportionate share of
the outstanding aeOOUnt The partic
ulars P-t forth iii the bill of complaint
state that Taylor borough was, prior to
Nor. 88. 1893, a part of Lackawanna
township, and on the territory included
within the borough limits certain debts
were contracted, a portion of which
still remain uncancelled, The prayer
of the petitioner auks that an account,
ing be made, whereas a proper part of
the outstanding obligationi be met by
the corporate borough ol Taylor, The
taxpayers of Lackawanna township
will await the result of these proo ;od
iugl wiili inte.-est.
Tb Cnminir Champlen.
The South' Side baa reason to oome
to tiie front once more and claim oredit
for the showing made by one of lis cit izens
in his oboten lino. The individ
ual is James Judge, of the Excelsior
Athletic club. At the recent tourna
ment of that club Judge, on the second
right, fought with J diu Walsh, of the
Lexington Athletic club, of New lurk,
and knocked him out. Walsh had
fought, before coming in contact with
Judge, seventeen battles and won
every one of tbem, and ws considered
to i " I be ii ining amateur champion oi
the United States in the 188-pOUUd
class. This is equal to saying thai
.lu !gp, who defeated Walsh ho easily
the other night, may be exp-cte I to
recome ohninpiod shortly. He will
fight a battle in a month, which will
determiue th.. ohamplooship,
Oliver Bnrlre, ol Meadow avenue, has
altogether recovered from the recent
scourge of typhus which he suffered.
William Fink, of Remington avenne,
Is aide to go to work alter being laid
up some time witii an Amputated
R v. J. W. Nicholson, of Blngbain-
i ni, formerly psslor of thu Cedar Ave
nue Methodiil Episcopal church, is the
gUtll of his sieter, Mrs. J. C. Carr. of
iv in street, while attending tho Vj
omlng eon f erenee,
t h rt"r Paragraphs.
Michael J. Coyne, of LoOUSt street,
who is PamoUl us a singer ami come
dian, will lake part In an entertain
ment on April 38 in PittltOU Music hall
for th- benefit, .if the liliased irgin's
Sodality of St. John's oburob of that
place. He will sing several songs of
bis own com peel tilon and also fender
two Whistling loloo, imitating a mock
ing bird mi I canary almost perfectly.
Frrnntni.'e Bnetncu Interest,
The Tiurunx will soon pnbllsb a care
fully compiled and claastDed list of tin,
leading wholesale, banking, manutaotur
ing ami professional Interests ot Scranton
anil vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
pbntogravnre ilewi of our public buihi-
Ingaj basinets blocks, streets, eta, together
wnii portraits of leading cltlien. No
similar work has ever given an equsi rep
resentation of Bcranton'i many Indus
tiles. It will beau Invaluable exposition
of our business resourced, sent, to
p. rs.ins ontlidl the city, copies of
lliis bandiomo work Will a! tr ie;
new comers and be nn miequitll d
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is i ii ii pi iii lint, cannot fail or good
remits to i hose eouoerned as well as tbeolty
at largo, Repreientatlveeol The Triburi
will call upon tmiisjk wiiohi: nhks
are DZ8IOXD in thu edition and RXplalu
its nature more fully,
Tbpes desiring views of their residences
In tgts edition will please lavenotioeat
Lhlirh Vallsy Rnlli-oad.
Special excursion to Washington, D, '.,
Ainl III Through day COW lies and chair
cars. Train leaves Bcranton (D AH, De
pot) il B a. in., arriving atWaihlngton
about 7. 10 p. in. KntnST.SI. Tickets good
for return on any train to and inolndlng
April '.'4. Apply to ticket agents for chair
car ri servntions.
O'llOYLE - In Carhondale, Thursday
morning, April 1L Mrs. .tamos O'Boylo,
mother of J, J, 0 Boyle and Mrs, J. C
McAudrews, of Vine street, BCMUtOU,
aged about 7S years. I'uneral from
family residence, Cnrboiubde, Saturday,
April II, at tian a. m. lliRh mass of
rtqnlem at Ohnroh of St.. Rose of Lima.
PICK- On the 18th inst. Clara A., wife
of M. B. Peck, Funeral notice ou
Saturday. Blnghamton papers please
IT IS A SPLFNOID SHOWING.
V-'ork Aocompliliul By th Second
The Second Presbyterian church
held its annual meeting last evening
anil the exrcisoi worn unusual! v in -tereating.
The year just elosed has
been the most prosperous in the history
of this busy church. They report a
largor number than ever in the Sun lav
schools. U8 additions to the church
eighty eight on profession of faith and
twenty-live In- letter,$3,108 lor foreign
missiotis nnd $7,000 for hope missions
end 11,570 lor othur benevolent pur -
poses, and $11,411 for congregational
uses BPOUntio:.- in all for the yeav just
closing to $24,119,
The oburob Holds with her two mis
sioim hixteen servic s a week and U
working all these lines with vigor and
Tim Wasbhnrn-Crosby company are
giving daily Instruction in thai most deli
cate art making giKid bread -by a lie. i
ongbly competeut teacher attbeBoranton
Cash Store, No bonsswife can afford to
miss tins opportunity.
P, J. JOBNBON, practical hnuse nnd sign
painter bos removed from court bouse
square to Btt) Spruce siiunt, opposite
f I a uiiis just returned from New Vork
wil ii a line hit o carpels, ruga and mats.
1MI I'enn nyelille,
Art for the masses.
One Diirio and
Go where they have
the best selection.
men ctT (jlass,
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming- Avenue.
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why run all over theelty looking forcnl I
dollars e Ith on,, hunrtredan I ten . cuts' worth
ot oid in th ror Bat ron will oome very
doee to it it, if y .a will oall ai the right plane,
prijg your dollars gold, silver and green
A. W. JURIS OH
43S Rl'Rvun stbbkt, and Ret full value
ior your money in
BICYCMCS, PIBK ARMfl,
I'isiiim; TACKliK, TIM-:
CUTIjI BY, In G OOLIiABS
AMI GUNUBAIi HPOB CINQ
TheVICTOB WRESL beads.'
Bicycj.s, lis-.- anas, ,.t,-.. repaired at slvirt
notlco. Iv y fltttne -i n laity, Qlve me a cull.
We have a larc assort-
PLAIN AliD FANCY CAKE,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICBS
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,,
or 4 13 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
night. A TRIP
Through oar Bieyols Department will snow
i..ii tin. Hnest lineonnew and elegant oods
at reawnahlo prlres ynu ever kiw. Hspei ially
notieesbe KUOHKHTKH, It k the neatest
and famed cycle in the market.
Call and get prion on our BECt tNDQBAOl
WBBBIA They win surprise you,
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AUD SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VA-
ivlartizi & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors-
308 Lackawanna AAenue,
We have never shown as select an assortment in hats-,
trimmed in the latest style and in -mlh-ss variety, as we
do this scow rad we cordially invite all ladies to vLsiv
""' MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
Soaks end Capes
We are jnsl opening a large shitnnent of Cloalci a-nd r,)p
A handsome Tim Ladies' Jacket, Umbrella Back, Beefet
A tight fitting Clay Worsted Jacket) witli Moire Sevens
A beautiful Black Cl;ty Worsted Tape, with Mohair Umid
And doens of'other styles from .
"Where do the
come am f
Women's j & Saps
Wo showed you a large rolWtion of Capes and Jackets at
Raster-tide, Today wo have just twice as many.
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire and Silk Trimmed.
Thev Fit Well, Wear Well, Look Well
The Prices ire WAY DOWNl
$3.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest and neatest
Clotb and Lace. Notice the
Jackets, Cape3 and Top
GK 1ST. Owens & Co-
l.OAlvM AKI'.ltS. SIHTS AMI WRAPS,
BPBUCU 8TRBBT, COURT BOD8B SQUABB,
205 Lackawanna Ave.
$1.98 to $25,00
are r Gro-Qrain Silk, Moire,
$9 TO $20.
Garments for Everybody.
The tin'. it Marvel of Dental Scienca
recent discovery and the solo
Henvocd & Yftrdall,
316 Lackawanna Ava
Y 1 1 AT J. 1 1. BE A MO N'SSA YS AHOU1'
iins. BXNWOOD a w it orr, Ta
After having eleven teetta eatraetesl ni
oneelttlag by the palnlees method. pre
in. mice it entirely satlateciofy in every
partlenlar, j. u. m;aui.n.s