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liiJi KCBANTON TBIBXmE-MONDA MORNING. APRIL 23, 1894.
All Tilings Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
See tho Shaw Fiano from
the World's Fair in our
II Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED ANP FOR SALE TO
THE TRADE BV
The Weston Mill Co
BEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS !
THE EFMtllMF PfJPlH .R
HAVE THE )WITIAt9
B. & Co,
irprtn!" t f irh C'flar.
Garnev. Brown & Co. Mfr's.
iii HUI -. Mil AUK.
DR. H. E3. WARE
srr.t 1 vnsr.
EYE. KAli, iSOsE A.SL HI BOAT.
OFFICE HOURS: UR&fcfrk
35 WYOMING AVE.
Wedo 1 1 y evening L'irlow nrothere'
Binetreli will h.; tli attraction a: tne
Academy of Mnie. Tlio Omaha lie
' Every ffiitnre . nil turn in the
I v i ir.r.t. cl "in anil lirst-eUss.
Tin- curtain rni.e on a vry pretty set
fir--; iart, with tho oroheatra teated on
a r.Jcoiv to the r-ar of th circle of
r.rtit. Tiie lieantifiil salmon colored
drapery for a baakgroond jtiv-s a
harming viT-ct to t ie x-tMnif Kry
thing c 1 off with a deiti an 1 . j;ol
that II appreciated. Nothing dragt or
in "cbeitoottyV Billy Barlow i u
funuy ao'l enti ruining i ever and has
selected a good eompanj all around.
All tl.e dancing is especially fin.
Bealt iu bis ict "The Proai Pastime."
loads a great bit, Hti a contortion
ut will) hai faw i (pi "
PHmroaa ic Weet'i "Monte Carlo,"
which will ba praaantad toon theater
gown nit Tbnraday niitiit t tn
Academy of Made, is not n f.-ast of
rtaaoo, hot, a tri anthor states,
nf fun. prepared for tli-s- who
Inaist Ibat that ihallnotbe aski'l to
)im(jh Ht tii pricH of tlmir sol. rsp"it.
Tho entertainment arabraeaa the rol
licking fnn ol minalriday, the pretty
facet of bnrleique, tha melody of
grairl op-ra and tho bandeomi tajr
letting of a Parisian sptacit. The
company in a lari; one embracing ovur
OOBINNE IS HENLiItiCK HCWON.
Oorlnhe, landing the Kirnhall Op-ra
Cotniqna organiiation, will prodnoatba
aurr-(fnl burl rjn "Hmilriek Hn l-
ann" at the naw Protbiogbam nasi
Thnr iny tvenlng it i a bnrlaiqaa In
the fn!lst sense nf the word, abound
inif iu kvuvi, and situations of a moat
ridicoloaj character. Tha plot of the
ptaoa il 'ita bick to the time of
l'iOU, the year of Hudson's eer-ond
voyage to Manhattan aland, 1 1 ml -is
a ay young plrata and lover
an'i playitad havoc with the baarti of
the naidant In N.-W Amsterdam. He
anils up the river, ha a tight with In
dluna, captures u beiiutifal Indiun pnn
ce, and return" covered with honor,
liaviugjdHcovvred tlio river which re
ceived his name. Hudson next aeti out
on a voyage of discovery, eeekinr to
Dnd tin. whereabouts of Chriitophor
Columbus He sets Kail for Florida, bit
hip U wreokad mid ba it cant on the
shore. He again finds a field for his
love making and wins Ysabel, a dusky
mniden of Hpain.
On acouunt of the naqnaatlonad su
periority of "A Oalabratad Case" over
any other production aver Heen at
Wonderland, Manager Davll bas de
viated from his uiual custom and d
termiued to continue that sterling
drama for three nights more. It will
therefore be given on Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday by the Haiiia excel
lent company that produced it last
week. Oa Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday the sensational dram, eritlthul
"The Child Stealer of New York," will
be given with gpcial sceuury and staa
Don't bent your curpots. Havo the
Bcranton Uuddiug Co. clouu them.
BEVAN On April 22, Wallace Frey
lievau, son of Jlr. and Mrs. Thomas P.
Hevnn, Rgcd 1) moul.lin. Services at the
house, 4!(l Webster avenue, this oveninK
at 7 o'clock.
S OF WEST IE
Branch cf D. L. and W. Railroad Being
Constructed to Webster's Quarry.
STONE YARD ON THE MOUNTAIN
It Will Be Located at tho Terminus of
the Branch Funeral of James
Mosos Chilil Run Down by a
Wagon MarriaRe of Thomas Rich
ards to Miss Jennetto Penwarder
Will Take Place Tonight-Notes.
The Watt Siiln oOOO of the BoRARTOM
Ihiiii xk is located at UHll .lacksou street,
where Hiibsrriptions, advertiseuients and
communications will receive prompt at
Work on the new branch of railroad
to extend from the t'ontiuuutal mines
to Webster's stone quarry on tun West
.Mountain is lieiuj: rapidly patha I. A
gang of about thitty-riva men ar. at
work on its construction and it will be
completed on or about June 1. The
railroad is about three milu long and
is being built tor the purpose of galu
iug easy facilities for briuging the
stone from its tar away bad, with a
treat saving of labor. Qround was
broken for the road on March 08 by the
Sornnton Stone company of which Mr.
Webster is manager. There is in the
quarry about fitly acrea of solid stone,
which runs very deep. It il known as
the yellow stoae and is suitable for
anything from the roughest work to
the tiuvst Bniah. Mr. Wooster tzpeota
to run about live curs on
each trip with a email thirteen ton
engine. Each c ir has a capacity of ton
tons and with four trips daily will
bring about '.mi tone of tho material
over tho road. The stoue was lire;o
fore brought OU Wagons, and consider
ing the rough roads an 1 the step In
cline this wss a verv laborious m -tho I.
The road being built will allow any
quantity of the stone to be brought
down without trouble. After the com
pletion of the road a stone yard will be
erected at the termiuui for the trim
ming Mr Webster expects to ship to
New York and other large ritios. t he
Webster stone quarry was opened
about six years ago.
A Hig-h Mass of R.qnUm.
At St. Patrick's church mi Saturday
morning was celebrated n blgb mail of
requiem over the rem dm of Michael
Walton, of Eyuon street, by kl-iv. F.
i'. McN illy. There wore in the sane
luary Uv. Pather Millay, of the
9 nth Side; Patberi MoManaa,of Provi
dence, ind O tTev, McUabe and Ilussie,
of Carboodala A large uumber of the
Sisters of tho Imm loulate Heart, of
which Mr. Walton's three daughters
are member!, were in attendance. Kev
Father McNally took for his text the
following: "lil-ssed ai the dead who
die iu ti e L r I, for their good Works
follow them and their end is peace."
I'.iternif u: was m:de In the Bydl Park
Catholic cemetery. The pill bearori
ware Tbomaa Jordan, Tbomai McDon
ald. Wslter Lynn, l'uomas McAloon,
James Buckly and Tbomaa Monanan,
Jamee Mos-s Burid
The funeral of James Moies, who
died at bil home on Washburn street
on Wedneeday but, occurred on Satur
day afterno'in. A large number of
people gathered at the family home,
wtiera Intereating s-rvice were con
ducted by Rev. Dsvid J mes, pastor of
the WUh Congregational ohurob.
Court Pri le of L tckawaiina. Ancient
Order of Foresters, tne Philanthropic
lodges, and the Mount Pleaaaut Mutual
Accidental Fund, all of w ucu he was a
member, were In attend icon. Among
the beautiful flral tributes, was a pil
low insciilieid "Father." Iutermtut
was made in the Waabburo itraet
oemetery, Tne pill bareis were
seUeted from tho lodgea.
1hi Xwa Condsnied.
Miss Mb--1 Cox, of llitiKiismton vic
Itod Miss Edun Elevens, ol N'ortu Sum
nr av-nu. on Satarday.
A abild of Jamas Dr-rry, of Bynou
street, was kn eked down liy a butcher
wagon b-bmging to Air Einmareobite,
Of Hampton street, on Saturday. Tiii
chill was attempting to cross tne
t or"Uzl.fare. When nis injiiries were
examined it was f nod tuat his head
ws badly bruited.
The Infant sou of Mr. and Mn. VA
wnrk Tark-r, nf Keiaer Valloy, wss
burid on Saturday in tne Wasliburn
Str --t cemet-ry.
At the meeting of the Welib Pbiloao
pbiaal loeitty on Bttprday evening,
Pred J, Weaver spoke on the sifety
lamp and William J Hrace di'cussed
the question, "la Gravitation Equal to
Mrs. limnah Jones, of Wasliburn
str--t, is aeriouilf ill.
Kev. II I Kvans, of Si. nth Main
aVeOUe, preached in Wilkes-Ilirrs yes
terday. The West Side Stars, a junior base ball
organization of this able defeated th e
Hyda Park Avenue Stirs on Saturday
morning on the f,''tle Woods grounds,
by a score of -i to -1. They won a
second victory with the same lean in
t lie afternoon with a score of in t,, y.
The little fellows did some marvelous
Enterprise lodge, No. 21, Loyal
Knights of America, Will hold especial
meeting tbil evening in Clark's h ill at
T 80 o'clock. All members are re
quested to be present.
The marriage of Thomas Richards,
of Bcranton street, and Miss Jeanette
Panwardtn, Of Washburn street, will
occur at the home of the young lady's
mother tomorrow evening
A full rehearsal of Mrs. Nellll Mose
Tbomu' female choir will be held at
Prolesior Prothurou's studio this evun
ing. The members ol the First Welsh
Congregational church contemplate an
eariy excursion to Lake Ariel.
Miss Muggie Davis, of Mile Run,
visited friendii hereon Saturday.
James Bendrlok, of Wilkes-liarre,
has returned boiul after u visit with
fr lends on this side.
The Columbian quartetto, consisting
of David Davis, U. Morgan, Emerson
Morgan and Albert Jones, will goto
Forest City this evening where they
have made an engagement to sing at
an entertainment of the Ancient Order
Seymour Jones, of Jackson street, is
visiting relatives in Nintieoko,
Miss Magnie Kline, of Robinson
street, has returned from Trenton, N.J.
Rev. D. P. Jones, pastor of the Tab
ernacle Congregational church, U in
receipt of (an invitation to participate
In the dedication of the First Welsh
Congregational church at Johnstown,
We aro prepared to furnish business meu
with Ihst-class stenographers by tho day
or hour. Fxpert bookkeeping a specialty.
Bcranton Commercial Association, Lim
ited, 425 Spruce street.
Inqrain carpets cleaned for 3 cents per
yard by the Herimton Bedding Co.
JUI.ORS DRIWN SATURDAY.
They Will 8tv on th- Grand Jury and
at Criminal Court.
The following jurors w-re drawn on
Saturday to servo on the grand jury
which meets May 21. and at the two
weeks term of criminal court which
begins June IS:
Oil ANI JUBORS, MONDAY, MAY 21,
It. J. Blonards. clerk, Scranton.
John Reapt miner, Bcranton.
(.!. D. liruwn, lumbar merchant, Scranton,
Thomas White, clerk, Bcranton.
Joseph Patoh, milk dealer, Sciauton.
William Warner, moulder, Peranum.
Peter i'. Smith, ageut, Boranton.
Thomas Devine, miner. Boranton.
c. 0. Clay, carpenter, Bluburat.
Thomas Komiey, uiusio dealer, Jermvn.
A.A. Davis, wheelwright, South Abington.
W. ,1, Hyrue, hotel, Carbondale.
Patrick McHugb, miner, Scranton.
Miebael Lavln, miner, Duutuore.
John J. Bowley, merchant, Seranton.
James Jennings, clerk, Moosio.
Patrick Qllleran, laborer, Boranton,
las. T. Parrnll, tax cnllector, Carbondale,
s. K. Henwood, draas. Boranton.
M. .1. Uoran, miner, Archbald.
Abraham S.ilim, merchant, I arbondale.
J. M. Chittenden, jr., clerk, Scrautou.
Henry Lottos, miner, Pell,
Aragonl Ferdlnuudo, hotel Seaantou.
PITIT JURORS, MONDAY JUNI IS.
Obarlea Qrosveuor, farmer, Boott,
Thomas Ifotiinnla, laborer, Berantan.
Deo. M. Davlea, laborer, llil Forgo.
Mark Unllan, hotel, .lerinvn,
1'at. McDonnell, miner, Miuooka.
F.d. (i Oounor,aonerintondent,Borantott.
John Qibbona, mine foreman. Scranton.
The-. Barrowman, gent, Boranton,
P. K. Wilson, ceai Inspector, Taylor,
ti.-o. V7, Burton, farmer,Bouth Abmgton.
Albert Van Hauten, painter, Boranton,
John Walsh, miner, Scranton.
P. W. Costeilo, clerk Bcranton.
J. Mr Dade, jr.. yeoman, Roaring Hrook.
Joseph Uamm, machinist, Bcranton.
Pred Bpenoer, farmer. Wavorly,
Tbomai Kearney, mill hand, Scranton.
-I. C. ( lark, farmer, South AblllgtOD,
M. M. Bofford, carpenter, S. AblngtOU.
Obarlei Weiohol, laborer, Boranton,
Joseph Vanan. maciilniat. OarbondalOi
John '. Barrett miner, Archbald.
William Henry, laborer, Covington.
Frank Oakley, tanner, Bcott,
John Coggins, butcher, Scranton.
Henry Wejdman, farmer, BentOO,
Wm. it Robinson, earpentar, Elmhural
Conrad Luther, jeweler, Bcrntou,
EageneO, Qrady, tailor, Scranton.
Joseph Kowalasky, carpenter, Baranton,
P, ,i. Farrell, Bremen, Boranton.
D. C. Kenyoo, farmer, Poll,
Morgan Lake, gent, Boranton,
Thomas 11. Walsh, merchant. Scrautou.
John J. Morgan, laborer, Scrautou.
John it. Bmltb, builder, Carbondale
CharleeA Wlgglna, barber, Scranton.
T. c. Uelvln. note), Bcranton.
Jehu T. Uavm, stonecutter. Sorauton.
Job. i Nieholae, watchman, Scranton.
John P. Qriffltha, miner, Scranton.
Michael Davies, booKkeeper, Scrautou.
Andrew Smith, mine foreman, Bcrautou,
Aiou.o Benderahot, blacksmith, Taylor,
Robert Alexander, hotel, Ryda Park.
J. V. Qriffln, farmer, South Abington.
John J. Campbell, reportor, Scr.ititou.
.lames Harnett, hotel, Sciatit. n.
Alfred iiaties. clerk. Blakely,
UjP. Rod ten, real estate agent, Carbondale.
Win. T. Votk, machinist, Scrautou.
J. L Clark, farmer. Scott.
Frank Mover, contractor, Scranton.
Bamuel spen, miner, Si-rantou.
Joseph Reynolds, miner, Scranton.
Evan L Morgan, miner, scranton.
John MoBngo, Bremaa, Boranton,
TllomaH Htlthmnk-er firm.r I?imaih
John Simpson, merchant tailor, Scrauton.
VV I, L" .1 r. 1
li. neiiiiiii-ier, engineer, M-rantnn
PETIT Jl'Ri IBS, MONTI.VY. JCSE 2j.
Frank Devera, plumber, Carbondale.
Edward swaru, engineer, Boranton,
Evan W, Wiiltama, marenani Beranbou.
Thomai 11. Kelly, laborer, Boranton,
John Coon, farmer, Newton.
T. S. Parker, fanner, ( lark's ilreea.
John Cotton, miner, Scranton.
Qeorge Weavor, miner, Olypbant.
Charles lilassius, lab irer, Scrauton.
Peter H"ec;erty, mill hand, Scranton.
Byron l,ob,bire, conductor, Boutb Abing
ton. David J. Williams, miner, Bcranton,
L c. Bortree, farmer. Covington,
-I. JJDavIa drus, Scranton.
James it. Jamee, miner, Bcranton,
Joseph s. Knight, teamster, Dunmora.
.1. J. '.'lark, farmer, 8 ott.
' harles E RoblUSOU, carpenter. Scranton.
E J. WpMiman, farmer, Benton.
NaaC J. Il"llfsniill Tinner S.-rnntnn
tlohn ' ZerOUab, merchant. Scranton.
('. D Furnbam, furm.-r, Benton,
Noah Hunt, wheelwright, Clark ' Green.
Owen Walsh, mill band, Heranton.
J. B. Knight, fanner, North Abingtoo.
J. Abuer Cobb, farmer, OreeuOeld,
JobnB, Harris, clerk, scranton.
W m. ( ran:, deputy sheriff, Scranton.
Bbeneser Drake, farmer. Old Forge.
Win Poole, carpenter. Boranton,
Pat Level le, laborer, Boranton,
Moaei B Bvana, rodman, Hcrantoa,
J. L Knapp, itudent, iii'ik.-iv.
it. rltausbnry, harnaaim'k'r.Carbondalo,
Pred Bine, lab irer, Scranton.
Baoi Mnrven ansinw tu,ii..:,i
Edward White, mill hau ). Scranton.
Prank Clark, teamster, Boranton,
John McNally, miner, MosMla
De wilt on sw-nt, farmer, Heutnn.
Btepben J idrt, steel ..ric-r, Boranton,
J .1 s nth, farmer, .s-ott.
A Idison (iverbangh, engineer, Scranton.
William A Simp-on. laborer. Ma lison.
F. P. Detwelller, agent, Boranton.
MathewJ Italia, laborer, Boranton,
Matbew Menu, engineer, Old Forge.
An'li i n- Tigbo, miner, Scranton.
David Vaughn, grooer, Scranton.
F, Lotiny, farmer. Booth Abington.
John Farrell, miner, scranton.
Terrenes McAndrew, miner. Moosio.
David Shea, mill band, Scranton.
Anthony u Horn, laborer, H-rmton.
A. it. simr. ii, engioeer, Boranton,
etlebael Ullmartln, bottler, CarbiBdalo,
E. P. Edmund, hotel, Hayfleld.
William P. I raven, miner, W inton.
T, -I Price, track layer, Scranton.
J. M. Roar, elerk, Boranton,
WHY 130 YOU DO IT?
Why run alt over tha nlty looking fortoM
dollars with on., bnndri Ian i ten eeati' worth
oi noil in tli in- lint ron will cme v.o
i i .se to it it it oi will sail ii the right place
ililuif your ih.llnrn (ud, yar i ,,.,.
A. W. JURI3CH
4t!-. kPRCOK RTIiBKT, and get full vlu.
for your iimiiej t i
BICYCLICM, PIRK A It MM,
I isiiim. r tCKMi, r l i
' I I 1,1 It Y, IM X. ( It 11,1, V KM
AMI (.I NI. KM, SNORTING
Th- VICTOR WR1IL Leads
Bicyclea Bre aimH. repaired at short
notice. Key llttln.- a at laity. Hu e iii.i u cull
Wc have a laro assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,,
or 413 LACKA. AVE,
Our Lackawanna nvrrn
restaurant open until midnight.
FOX'S LICHT SENTENCE
He Escap;d With Three Years Imprisonment
in the Penitentiary.
HIS WIFE WAS GIVEN ONE YEAR
She Will Spend It in the County Jail
Anthony Ferro Will Spend Five
Years in the Penitentiary for At
tempting to Kill Contractor Timothy
Burke Verdicts Taken and Sen
tences Imposed Saturday.
Saturday was sentence day in conrt
end n number of convicted law break
ers were given occasion to realize how
true it is that "The way of the trans
gressor is hard." Ira Vox, who during
the week plead guilty to the charge of
having assaulted Clara Dixby, a 11
year old girl, was brought before Judo
Archbald to receive sentence. When
naked if he wished to address the court,
Fox stood up witti tears in his eyes and
confessed Ins sorrow for what had hap
pened. saying that he had always been
a good man. and that lie could not mi
deritand how ho came to commit inch
a crime, lie slated his desire to soil' -r
all Miponiibillty for the sake of shield
ing bin wife, but d-clured that alio
wanted to share hia punlihment, to the
end tuat tin y might not be separated.
Judge Archbald, in passing sentence,
said that he would gladly be merciful,
were it not for the enormity of (ho of
fenie to wblob the priionar hud plead
Utility. As it was, he mint perform
Ins duly and pass sentence according
to law. lis then sentenced Fox to p ly
a line of , coats of prosecution, and
undergo confinement in the Bittern
penitentiary at hard labor for the term
of three years.
Tilt; WIPg SKNTKNCKD Til JAIL
Tho wife, Tillie Fox, was then called
before the bar Judge Archbald said
tuat he intended U visit a lighter pun
ishment upon ber than that meted to
tile husband. He did not intend to
send her to toe p'tiilentiarv, unless ihl
desired to go with ber husband, and
stated, that in his judgment, sue bad
bettor not go When asked if she really
deaired to accompany him she replied
that she did not Jndgl Archbald then
laid that while the was donbtleu re
girded by the aommuuity as the lesser
sinner, yet he had uo doubt of her
gllllt under the evidence, and she Was
accordingly sentenced to pay a line of
$1, rosts ol prosecution, and ba impris
oned iu the county jail for the puriod
of One year.
of the prisoner
who attempted to
Timothy Iiurke last
the next to re
The court cotu
in firinc iuto a
inauru .street car, anil expressed an in
clination to deal with him as thouch
be were guilty of murder, as ha must
he a dangerous man to the Community,
The sentence was that Ferro pay a line
of $100, o sts of proteontlon, and under
go confinement in the Bittern peniten
tiary lor five years.
VgRDICTS OF F1KK BAMQIKO JURIE&
Tie- three jurors that could not auree
Friday afternoon cams to u conclusion
soon ufter adjournment The verdicts
were rendered Saturday morning
Michael Uennessy was found innocent
of having assaulted his wife, Helen
lien nt s.y. but was directed to pay the
In the rise of Miehael (Iroy, tried
lor committing an Itsiull and battery
up in William Acton, a verdict of
guilty wat returned. In the aaaault
and battery cise auainst Harney
I revalia and Matthew Tofflllavic, a
verdict of guilty was returned as to
Urevalil, while Tounlavio was pro
nounced not guilty, but was directed
to pay the coats.
Michael Henneaiv was sentenced to
piy tiie costs, and Mary louea, who as
united Maria Roland, waa aentenoed
to pay tho cmti of proteeutlon and n
line of Paul Vongoilo ilid not ap
pear to nroieonto In his surety cae
agalnai wolf MoTiafirand Stephen
Slnvlnakt, and the cas was therefore
illimiated at the prosecutor's c ist.
BUPPORT Ills WIPg
obarged by bis wife
with detartion, promised hereafter to
provide for her. and th" case was con
tinned until the n. xt term of court.
Ciiarles'KirKin was held in 500 bail
for havinir threatened thi life of John
OUTi nnd John Holland, who plead
guilty to assault and battery upon
Mary Thomptnn, wis sentenced to par
$1 and costs nf proteontlon,
F il. Krogeruan, who was teamed
of ittanlttug John H Qrey, wai tried
before Jndge Slttaer Biturday morn
ing. Aiiistant District Attorney O'NMI
coodnoted the proeeoutlon and Attor
ney John F Scrngx repreaanttd the
defenea, A verdict of not guilty was
returned by tin- jury, tut Gray was ill
reeled to pay the cost"
Mmlo Rosea Exclusively.
Boat made, Play any desired number of
In oca. Qeutiohi Bona., manufaetnrara,
IfsBO Cbeatnnt itraet, Philadelphia, Won
derfnl oreheeirial organs, only IS and 110,
Bpeoialtyi old mnslo botes rarafnlly re
palrtd ami Unproved with new tunes.
DON'T SKIP THIS.
' i'. II K lie- Rnel line of sweaters in
town Just I 'link r It. an nil wool
boy s sweater for i 10) all wool men's from
J2.0JM ti l. All colors.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
222 Wyoming Avenue
Are nt Prcfrnt thu Mont Popular and Trefrrreit tir
Wareroomi : Oppoiite Columbus Monument,
205 Washington Av. 8oranton,Pa.
Import samples of
Cups and Saucers.
They are bargains.
The sale will be
for this week
only. It is not
often you get an
buy this class of
goods for less than
half their value.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
rhe Great Marvel ol Dental Science
.V recent discovery and the sole
Henwood a Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J (1. BEAMON8 SAYS ABOUT
lilt-: III u OOU .V H ABDKLL!
After bavlog eleven leeth extracted at
01 '""a by Ute painless method, I pre-
aonaaa it eutlrel satisfactory in en-ry
I'artlenlar. j. u. IBAMONI
1 j 7
4 " S2C
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COLLINS & HACKETT
H sik r
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Handsome line of Long
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
Martin 3c Delany
Clothier3 and Custom Tailors.
.30S Lackawanna Ave.
In order ' move stock, we have made sweep
ing reductions all around. Hats, trimmed in
tho latest fashion,
WORTH $300. WILL SELL NOW AT $1.25
WORTH 4,50. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.50
5 WORTH 5.00. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.98
Flowers, worth 15c. a bunch, sell new at 5 cents
i Sprays, worth 35c. - - - sell now at 15 cents
Sprays, worth 45c. - - - sell now at 25 cents
! Lace Curtain Department.
Si THE VERY LATEST DESIGNS 3
WORTH 12.50 Will tell now at $1.85. 3
2 WORTH 3 SO Will aall now at L 78
Z V. IK I H M Will sell now at $2. 75. S
- A fnll ataortment in real Point da Raatiaant and Heal Brussels Car- 3
S talni at leu tbtn cost of importation. SasU Cartains in all the different 5
m styles am widtbl H
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III 'II' 'I
fln-d. nisrli from connlne wml
taken from tho steep's hack, mami-
factured by expert workmen, tin. lr
arovenaad iast dyed, Baelf rv.t nnl
firmly made, an the p,oi ofT.-r
cur oaatotaera, if fei l nn.i -.ight w.-n't
doltthe a ear will convlaoe y a tbal
fat dyi - n flna fabrfes, w.-H cut and
i 11 tnn.li-. tfivL unf.n tni; n.itlsfartiotu
If you want to net tbs verfbett in
quality II fairest prices, come to our
store It is
Women's Coats and Capes
We Bhowod VOU n larfffl eolleetion
Easter-tido. Today we have just twice as many.
jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire and Silk Trimmed.
Thry Fit Wet, Wear Well. Look Welt
The Pricea are WAY DOWNi
$5 50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
Tho very newest and neateal are of Qro Grain Silk, Moire,
Glothand Lace, Notice the price tickets:
$5, $6.50, $9 TO $20.
Jackets, Capes and Top Garments for Everybody.
G-. W. Owens & Co.
(i.OAKMAK BBS, SUITS AND WRAPS,
IPRUOB BTKBBT, COURT ihum; syt
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of Hnnoa and I 1,. lot j .if