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THE PCH ANTON TRIBUNE S ATUTM) AT MORNING-. APTUL 28. 1894.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
01 HER MAKES
Al l. I KK E
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
ItAXUFACTTTBED and fob half, to
'im: TH.ir r.Y
The Weston ill Co
LEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE BFHIIINE POPUl'-r.
G , B. 8c Co.
fmprlntee1 "n Fmri ClflOf
Parney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
till 1: 1 Hot OS IQUABK
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE; EAR. NObK AND THROAT.
CFF1CR E0DR3: t?
'35 WYOMING AVE.
Ftraiv hats have, male their appearance.
('banne are tx-inif made in the Yonnir
lien's Christian Association gymnasium to
increase the floor ; im,
The Boa Tot Social dab (aotivt Turners
will hold it- second ennui! .M iv hup nt
Turri'-r hull Friday tVtniRg, May 11.
The double bowo of Martin MoT own lo
rated near the I.eirgutt'al 'reek shaft, I'rovl
ilenre, iciw entirely destroyed by lire last
Right nt 10.(0.
Mtraboroof Commercial Traveler"' Home
a-- lu': .n K'e re.Uetd to meet at 1 ).
tn. lOUhCbt at Went Minuter. Mr. Booth
will tddltoo them.
At Christian t hapel tomorrow night at
7.80, Samuel Wilson will deliver another
of In most iiitvrettinii liihl.i lecture upon
Resurrection of the Dead."
P. J. Messett, formally clerk in thecom-ini-iMUcr
office, wa appointed tn assist
r-tauv, Clerk QoOtfO .1. Duhtior at the
poetotllce with a salary of CI it year.
The bonding eonmtttoo of the board of
control nil! inane a tour of the city
chool Monday for the purpose of noting
neeiled improvements aud sanitary and
The Ball of Natl for "In did Kentucky,"
Which will be nt the FrothiiiKham licit
Tuesday mid Woilnesdav evenini: and
Wednesday inaliuco, will open nt Powell
The Pslmcr stock rompanv will preent
"One Tr.nrii of Nature" and "A I'nir of
Spectacle"" at tbl ProtbloiboU this after
nnso. "Jim the l'nmau" will he the at
traction thi" evening.
ThO awarding of the contract f ir beat
ing end ventilating appliances for No .'7
school, which wa" continue 1 at Thnmday
night' meeting of the ootnmittoa. will be
decided Mondav oftorBOOO oreVMiitng.
A Farewell narty wus bald at the home
of Jonathan Vlpond, of North Main ave
nue, i'rovidence, Thursday evening, pre
fiona to bit departure for F.iigland. Mr.
Vipotid will upend Home tune travelling In
the land of hi untiviity.
Mis M. A. Kennedy, one of the oldest
resident" of tin city, will celebrate her
Heventv-seventu birthday next Monday,
Apnl HO. She tin been u resnlcnt of ricrati
ton for forty-live year and knows most of
the history of the city from personal ob
nervation. The WotblOfftOO avenue club house of
the Scranton liiryrln club waa the scone
of much festivity ami enjoyment lat night
atthe "smoker "tendered to representative
of the tire" and the (ireeii Kidgo wheel
men. There was a large and representative
Mr. and Mr. Imrward Lely gave a de
lightful recital of Siottish song and atory
at Young Men Christian Association 1111
last ulgbt. It wn the richest treat of the
kind ever heard in the city butHcriintonian
were iinnnprerlative enough to reward
Mr. and Mra.Laty'i offorti with a very
Ambrose Mulley ha inmttuted proceed
ing in the oflice of Alderman Wright to
secure, through jury inquest, possession of
the property occupied at Hull' Hend by
Oeorgo II. Shoemaker. Mr. Mulley alleges
that on Jan. U, UM, he purchased the
pmperty at sheriff's sale and gave the de
fendant the required three month's notice
to vacate. The inquest will be held Thurs
day, May 8.
Davidow Brother, tho Lackawanna ave
mis pawn-brokers, were to have been
given n heariug ycBterday before Alder
tuun Donovan on a charge, preferred by
Detective Hcanlon, of receiving iu pawn
what they knew to be stolen goods. How
ever, there existed among the parties of
the case and witnesses s misunderstanding
as to the hour for tbo proceedings, aud
toe case win coutluned until u o'clock this
evening, when the Duvldow Hrothers, it is
asserted, will bo prcpured to make a coin
ploto defense to the charges, which aro ns
lnllows: l'.ecniving in pawn a gold diamond-set
scarf plu, tho property of Will
iam J. Weichel, and a pure gold chain, the
property of Conrad Luther, from Joseph
Stevens. These offences, it is asserted,
were committed more than a year ago.
II OF WEST IE
Death of Thomas Monaghan, a Well-Known
DISCUSSION ON COXEY'S ARMY
Members of the Philosophical Society
Will Dobato Whether or Not It Is a
Benefit to tho Country New Base
Ball Club Formed Many Brief
Items of News Personal Mention
About Persons of Note.
The West Side crftcn of the Soimntdv
IrjbuHI Is located at 1040 Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
communications will receive prompt at
tention. Thomas Mounghan, a retppcted resi
dent of the West Side, died nt his
home on Reiser avenue yesterday
morning nfter a brief illness. Mr.
Moniighiin was in good health until a
week ago, when ho was stricken with
pneumonia which cansed death. De
ceased was vsry well known on this
side, where lie had resided for many
years, and wus esteemed by a large
n limber of frieuds. Mr Mouaghan is
survived by a wife and five children.
The funeral will occur tomorrow after
noon at 2 DO o'clock,
Philosopher Will Meat.
The programme of the Welsh PUilo
sophical society this ereniug will be a
debate, "Resolved, Ihtt Coxoy'l Com
monweal Army i a Benefit to the
i ountrv;" chief debater on the affirm
atlve, William Wrev; negative, 1) C.
PoWall, Philosophical subject will he:
"Is There Such a Thing at Latent
Lights," by William Dmiel. Professor
W. W. l'.vans will urnisb a quartette
for the tinging
nse Gail Club Formsd.
A base ball club called the Anthra
cite clnb, composed of active young
men has been organised ou the Wt
Side, and are desiron of competing
with auv club from 18 to 'i year of
age, or any atnatiier orgauiznton iu
the city. The personnel of the club is
as follows: Catcher, Jnmee Allen;
pitcher, DaonU Hughes; short slop,
Robert Harris; tirst base, Robert
Heaver, second base, Frank Major;
third base, (ieorge Lowry; right Bold,
.lames Iteavors; center Bald, Arthur
M. reditu, left Held, Sam Jaffa.
In Br F..rra.
tliatM F.1U Chambers and Jennie
r.van. of ( arbouilale, were among
frionda on tint tlda yaatarday
Jerainiab Tbomao, of Pittsborc, hss
returned home ufter a visit with frieuds
on this lido.
Mrs James Riley, of Wilkes l'.rre,
vuited West Side friends yesterday.
S M. Foster's hardware store is be
ilig rOBlOVed to the stand recently oc
cupied by S. M Reese on Ninth Main
The Voting People' Literarv and De
bating society of the First Welsh Bap
tist church met in regular Motion last
eveaing A programme of an interest
iug uature wis rendered.
Madock Thorn, of Kmgtton, was iu
the city yesler lay
John J. Willi ma, of Thirteenth
street, hss been engaged as musical
director for the Tabernacle C'ouar 'g
"Seen" if Life in the I'nited States"
is the title of an intereatlug volume of
4"') pages in the Welsh loognaga t'
William Iiivi. formerlvnf QydePart,
but at pffOMt Of ( iirdiff, r-.mth Wale.
Mr and .Mr. .Ma loy Thoina. of K. I
w irdOTtllO, visited friend on the West
William Hurnett, of ChaOtOQl tret,
was injured in the Mount Pleasant
mme ou TbBftdaj by having hu two
Bagan caught In the link of a chain
while driving a mule. Dr. It Rey
nolds wa itrmmoood, and found it
iieees.iry to aaapatata tba momban
Measurement" bnv been taken for
the opening of South Fillmore avenue,
between Washburn a:.d DWiaioO
street 'fne Dolawara, Laokawanoa
and Western railroad oompany ha do
nated the ground for the opening, and
the city will provide for the grading
John I. William ha been angogod
to officiate as clion ter at the Taber-'
nacle Congregational chnreb.
A stereopticon exhibition will be
given by Henry B K. a survivor ot
the Johnstown Hood. Wednesday even
ing. May 'J at the laberuacle Cougre
It is said that a resolution from the
tOBBaill directing the street rommi
siouer to havo the tracks on LiOSOTO
street lowered fonrteeu inches to a
proper grade has not been complied
A petition it being signed by West
Side busineas men recommending the
paving ami improving of Ninth. Roh
inanu and Jackaon streita The petition
is in charge of John R Farr
A new atoek of dreat goodt open this
morning at Mear A' llsgene.
Foil good veal, Aruibrust, tt I'enn ave.
Tw enty-hve thousand sbceta of mnaic
to lie given away to each and every lady
culling at Davidow Bros, l'iratcome first
choice. Beautiful (election. '
Bon. wn ham, Armbnmt, 2IU i'enn avo.
Scrantnn's loialn Inters!.
The Tiuhi nb will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classitled list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will bo bound
In tiook form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure viewa of our public build
lng, bualnes blocks streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citittoa. No
similar work ha ever given un equal rep
resentatlon of Scrnuton's many indus
tries. It will beau invaluable exposition
of our business resource. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation Is 00 a plan that cannot fail or good
results tot hose concerned a well a thoity
at large. Itepreeutativea of TilK Tiuiiu.nbj
will call upon fit 001 wiiosk HABM
are dehikkii in this edition and explain
it nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their renidenco
In tni edition will please l ave notice at
Imihain carpets cleaned for .1 cents per
yard by the Scranton Bedding Co.
DR. K. (Ikeweii, the Philadelphia spec
ialist, ha now returned from an extended
southern trip, nnd may be cousnlted nt his
parlors. No. HU Spruce street, Scranton,
Temple Court building, upon nil acute aud
chronic disease of men, women and chil
dren. It ha been noised about by one or
more persons Hint Dr. Grower puhlishea
the names of bis cured patient. This is
not so. Everything i strictly sacred and
confidential, nnd no one patient knows
that another is being treated. The dootor
ha alwny made this principle a lasting
and sovereign one, nnd feels that it is due
to every patient. O.Tlce hours, dally, I) a.
m. to 0 p. m.j Sunday, 0 to 'J.
Burglary at Oresn Ridge.
The general store of S. S. Lee, at Green
Ridge street and Van Storch avenue, was
entered Wednesday night aud goods to the
value of about tOu stolen.
TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICE'S.
Fihst Phksb ytkri an CiiUKi ii Wash
ington avenue. Kev. Matleo 1'rochet, D.
D., patriot and preacher. All who are in
terested In the great work of the evangoli
zatiou of Italy will have an opportunity to
bear the most distinguished and eloquent
advocate of that csuse, the Ilcv. Mattoo
Proebet, D. D., of Italy. lie will preach
in the First church morning and evening,
nnd will address his Italian countrymen in
their language iu the afternoon nt 4
o'clock, in the lecture room of the church.
Those who fail to hear the orator preacher
will miss a rich treat. Strangers are wel
come and will be seated eo fnr as the ca
pacity of the chinch will permit.
Saint i.uke's Churoh Rev. Rogori
Israel rector. Fifth Sunday (Rogation) after
Faster. Holy Communion, 8 a. in., service
aud sermon, 10.80 a. m. ; Sunday school
and Bible clnss, " 80 p. m. evening prayer
nnd sermon, 7.U0. Nursery opon nt 10 n. m
nt H'JJ Wnsblngtou avenue, where children
will be kindly cared for while parents nt
Saint Luke's DUMtOM Mission Kev.
A. L. Urban iu charge. Sunday school 8 p.
DX; evening prayer and sermon, 4 p. m.
CBUKOS oe Ciiiiist, Scientist Spencer
builuing, MO Adam avenue. Bible lesson
nt 10:SO a. m. nnd church servics at 7::io p.
m. D. N. McKee, speaker. All are wel
come. Seats free.
Trihitt BvAHOtuoai Church Littlt
England. First anniversary sei vice of the
Ladles' Aid society at 10::ti)a. m.,at which
lime the pastor, Rv. J. (. Whitman, will
preach a special sermon to women, sub
ject, "The EtnlntOt Women,'' alter which
n report of the year's work of the Ladles'
Aid will bo given. Short talks and select
singing to fellow. Sunday school nt ii p.
in. Ootpol song and praise service at at
7 4.1 p. in
ALL BOCL'O CHDRCH EOT, George w.
Powell will prttob iu the chapel 00 Pine
street, near Adams nvenue, tomorrow,
Sundny, the 88th, morning and evening,
at the iisuiiI hours of service. Morning
theme, "A Withered Hand." Kvening
tbtmo. "A Vivid I'lctureof Human Folly."
Seats free, aud all made welcome.
Pirn Avrri iuitist CrurohUov
Warren (i Partridge, pastor. Tne pastor
will preach at 10 80 b. in. and 7 p. m'
Subject In tho morning. "Loot Opportonl-
tie.;" in the evening, "Klements of True
Success," a sermon to young people. All
BB00RO PRBOOITIUAR CRtTROH BOV
Charles K. Itobuison, I). D., pastor. Nt
vice 10.110 a. m. There will be no service
In the evening that the congregation may
unite with the First Presbyterian church
to hesr the Kev. Dr. MatUo Proebet. of
Wasiiiii iin St. Piiehyterian i iiuni'ii
The pastor will preach at Is. th services;
10.80a.m., "What One Flower Tenches.
7.. M p m . "From the Pit to tbo Vkat-re-geney
of Kgypt." Bible achool at I-'; I hns.
nan Endeavor! Junior, at 4, and Yonug
People at M p in. All cordially w nt
Simi'son Metiioiiimt Ei'iscoPAl CROROO
preaching morning and evening by the
pastor, Rev, L i . Floyd. All WOlOOBOO.
Fiiek CHRimaR Chcocr Cbrtttloo
rlianel, I'd. n avenue. Green Kidge. Samuel
Wilson will deliver two discourses; sub
ject, 10. ty -'Christian Boetollomi" T80,
''BtOOrreOtl n of the Dead." Sunday
tcboolal 8. it a m. Seat free. All are
BRRRO RlMI Bai-tist (mi H' ii Uev
W. J Ford, pastor. Services at 10 HI a n.
and 7 ;io p. ov
TURITI LCTRjIRAR Tin hi ii, Adams
avenue, corner MnlbOtTV street
L Muler, paster N.ric tt 10.80 0 in,
and 7.80 p. in. The second o.' a aeriea of
tOt M00t on the life of DaMn!, mldressed
to young p. i!e. will Is. delivered at t he
evening service l'ews ar free at every
service, and visitor aln elc. m.-.
F.t.M I'AHK Ml'TlloIilsT F.l t"' "I'Al.
I'Hi'ie II Morning aorvioO at 10 H O'clock
K"V. A. W. i ...per will pftjqob Evening
ernem bv lt"V. M. I. F ilier. Minday
tohoo! at I p m. Kpworth toagnoaton
u.-'Ai t Chi in n iRwoouan Biooofal)
Mo.ning prayer and serin .n al lu :n a.
tn. Subject. "Comfort," COT. I 4. Even
ing prayer and sermon at 7 ,'UV Bobjeet
"The Third Judgment.'' Jeremiah Ou l
Sunday set n, at the close of the in r;.lnc
service. Y. une People s N.rielv ObristiOO
Endeavor at i. ,i All welcome. Seat
6m Kue.E F. 'ARonucai Crcrcr
Capous- aveuu. Itev. ir. L M tire, pastor
Sunday school at W HO a. m , K L I tt
6 ;" p in , preaching at 10 iW a m an 1 .' 1 1
p m Subject for evening, "WbO UOO He
Saved" Everybody intoomo.
PROvmowco Priori mtat Crcrcr
Pastor, Itev. QoorgO 1 Guild. Ml r log
theme, "Some Simple Troth About
MontV " evening. "Remember the Sab
bath Day to K.s-p I. Holy."
Fimst Raitist CRCRCI Pastor T ,1
Collin will preach Sahhath at p..;J a. til
and 7 . si p. in. The aernion in the morn
mg win be oiotber la the sens of pro
Phot, till hiatory, and the one in theev n
ing another iu the eerie of "Pltgrim'l
Progrees." S.ats fre... All w-d
ST DaVIIi'h I III K. II Rev. M. II Mill"
motor. Morning ptay. r and sermon at
10 80. evening prater and ermoii a: 7 ',
Sunday school al 'J M. Friday evening ser
vice at J tSU. Seats free.
Jm ks,, Sihkct ItAi tisT Cm iii-H-The
psstor will preach t mmrow both 0MMT0
mg and evening, 10.80 a. m., and A p. m.
Evening theme "LtOOORt from the
I Ots k.-red Scenes of Lift " Seats all free
and a OOrdiol welcome to all.
TWIRTI im tlieusaud aheets of music
to bO giVOfl OWOI to each and every la.lv
calling at Davidow Bros First cyme llrt
choice. Beautiful selection.
w. are prepared to torn lob booiaom m.n
with flrot-ciato tteongtapbara by the day
or hour. Blpert bookkeeping a specialty.
Scranton ( oiiimerclal A.soci ition, Lim
ited, i'ii Spruce str.-et.
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why run all over llie. itv 1.x, kins fOT gold
dollars witli DO bOOOri I oi I ten cents wortb
or gold in themi But voo wW doom very
clime to It It if y mi will call n: the rule pi . i
luliig your dollar gol.l, sllvor and green
A. W. JURI3CH
(88 tPBCOR 0TRKKT, tad get lull value
for jour money In
BIC1 i l l 8 PIRI mis.
PI8HINQ i tCH I 1 1, I im
( I 11,1 KY, Inn. COMiAHfl
,M I.I l K l, SHIM! riNO
The VII TiiR WHI.F.I, Loodt
Bicycles, tire arms, tie, repaired t short
notice. Key lilting u stieeUlty. Uive me a rail.
We have a large assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,,
or 413 LACKA. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until midnight.
NOTES OF SOUTH IE
Matliias Biigino Slid to Have Burned His
House and Used Kerosene,
THIRD ATTEMPT IS SUCCESSFUL
Fires Keep Firemen Busy for Sev
eral Hours Extinguishing Them.
Keeps Neighbors Awaka All Night.
Story of a Dog and Two Bullets.
Church Entertainment Meeting of
The grocery store of Mathias Dugino
at Piopeot avenue and Cherry street,
caught lire yesterday morning at 2
o'clock.sud an alarm was sounded from
box 57. The Centuries and William
Connells orrl veil piomptly nnd two
streams were turned on the lire It
was found that three separate parts of
tl e place were on lire, in the collar, in
the front, and in the rear part of the
house. The firemen found an oil tank
tilled with kerosene oil in the cellar,
and carried it, nt the instance of Chief
1'Vrber, to the middle of the garden.
The tank was locked with n
large padlock. In n short time tho fire
wus put out. Again at S o'eloek an
other alarm wa sounded mid the fire
men haatened to the same place and
found the fire this time in the upper
part of the house They also discovered
a very strong odor of coal oil. Chief
I'erher asserts that be couid smell it a
block away. He further and that when
he tiomlnod the oil tank which was
earned into the garden he found It
broken open and nearly one-half the
oil gone. It is hie opinion that Bogino
tel fire to the t.remi". There
was it policy of $IWU carried on
the ilTects with I'eter Rob
liug's agency. A second time the fire
was extinguished and the firemen went
home. At 7 80 once more the Itmi
alarm Wat mug an I this lime th build
mg with Its Contents was totally de
stroyed. Only the aidewall are lei t
Song from the l'hoin grn i
The ooogrtgotloo of the (ierinan
Methodit Bplooopo church at Prat
poet avenue and Kirch street held a
very ipleudid phonographic entertain
ment Inst night at the church. The
pOttOr, Kev. J BotoT, arranged the ex
ercises and procured the service ol
I'rofeaaor B BoTel The phonograph
wa erected before the pulpit, and two
large funnels were used to enhance the
acoustic properties of the instrument
A diverity of tune were etolt od an I
the large Bttdlonot wa highly ploOOed.
The proceeds w ill net a baiidaoiue sum
to the church find.
A buainess rriseting of Comptny A.
Pttriotio Ontrdt, woi h t I isst night
In Frnehoii't nail 00 CodOl avenue
This aociety was OTgROiied in Kebrnarv
and 1 already in a tl nirishing 0Ot)dl
tlon. The object la to drill ita n,iii
lera in militarv tartica. When, the
wanner Oreo th or approsehee they will
have out door field drill in the South
Mile I a.- b ill p irk
Tbo (nntrol ol tie three BohRoldor
children waa held v.istrlay afteruom
at Jo clock. The remain were In
terred in PlttOtOfl avenue riuterr.
Kv. Mr ZitlltmOR, of the Willi n ave
uue Qorotai Lutheran tiiurch, read
prayer at the graves
The Scrantou Athletic clnb haa ar
rangsd for a tug-of-war lielween its
own team and tout of th otllobell
Uooo corn poor, ol Oorboatole, at tbt
clun'i excursion to Karview June 19
The foneral of Mary Veppeib. the 0
months ol 1 daughter of John Vepierh.
of Proopoot OVenno. will be be d tm
afternoon at " o'clock, liiteriuent lu
No .'. i rOrmoo i atbolic cemetery.
A new at ok of drs goo I open tins
tuorniiig at .Yle.ire ,v llageua
rwiRTI rtVI lie u. and sheet of music
to lie given wav to e h ami every lady
calling al DoTldOO Mr KlfOtC PM BTtt
choice, lieaatlful selection. "
There t nothing like lr. Thornat' BOOK
trie ml to rjoickly orto o cold or relieve
hoarseness Written bv Mr M J I'.l
lOWOj Hurr iMk, HI JoOOpO county, Mich.
TwKSTv mr lhouand heet ofm.isn-
t be gu en avvai to ea U an t evert ladi
calling at I'avilow llrrx. Kirst come first
choice. Ileautiful selections. '
DOR1 leat y. iir rarj.ts Have th.
Berantoo Boddtog Co eleoo tbon
TttMdoo Mttd WdMtdftf tvm yiy 1
o tut WwsluKlty matin. . IHM I " L
The grootOOl tnoeeea In year, nirort
from a six in ur lis' run t th.. Aca.leiny
ol Mils:.. New Vok, to 1 ... - h.. I Ic.a,...
Tli lull New York production w III be given
I 1111 F.4 tl. 75. Vi. Itc. Hale of teats opena
at Powell s Batorday 0MttnlR.
DON'T SKIP THIS.
W'F. HAVBtht Boost lino of sweaters lo
V t. iw 11 Joel t null of It. an i.ll wool
hoy's sue iter for jl Ml; all wool men fcoiu
jlOOtd $".' J. All color.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
222 Wyoming Avenue
Are t Prtscnt the Host Popular and Preferred by
Warerooms : Opposite Columbus Monumeal,
200 Washington Av. Scrnn ton ,Pn.
JUST received large
import order. Many
new novelties. Come
while the assortment
AND TOILET SETS.
WEICHEL & MILLAK
116 Wyoming Avenue.
l ill in II i i hi U ! 1X,
OILS AND OLIVES
THE FINEST IMPORTED.
TEAS AND COFFEES
L link of THE UK
GROCERIES FERRIS HAMS AND BACON
hur. estor (.. A. OottatOO,
Itl LACKAWANNA AVE
j . j Where the - :-v'
J 1 Good Clothes .' . ; )
; Come From. "T;'
1 , L. - TK -L y-y
Is i j com (1 Ai mode from teas ' .T
A '' ; f' - j)
B: V ',. 1 ur customers If f. . 1 M slgln .n t Jortf5 II A r
't' ,'.' ithe.rarwill J nth.' .V -JVJC
I: I wU made, ctve oafaliloieatRuTaeti . ' f J6j.. K. "Z.
. i'i . 1 t v ,4fV- V Y.
If' r. I , . t i I ' 'ill quality at fall ;i. t r ,ff r: s 1 i .
.. 1 1 :.i iken (.1
Tl W ' T
COLLiNS 8c f-HACKETT
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
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 & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
M)ir Lackawanna Ave.
new lot of
WCTH 98c. . .
TRIMMED II Ts worth 12.75 .
TRIMMED ll is, worm -1 .
T RIMMED HATS, worm j
TRIMMED HATS, worm &00
Ladies' and Mis3es' Spring Jackets and Ladies' E
Cape3 in endless variety.
Nottingham Curtains, worts
Nottlngban ( urtaina, worth 5
Nottingham Curtains, worth S
I'oint l BobrUmoo, ir;j '
Heal lirussels, worth "i r...
All styles in
women's Coats anil Capes
o showed yon a largo collection of Oapea nnd .lackcts at
Baster-tide. Today W6 have just hvice as many.
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
M oire aud Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Welt, Wear Well. Look Well.
Tlic Prices are WAY DOWXi
$5.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
Theverj newest and neatest
Cloth and Laos, Kotloe the
Jackets, Capes and Top
G-.W.Owens & Co.
CLOAK MAKI'RS, SUITS AND WHAP9,
BPATJCB BTKBET, uoUUT 1IOLHK m.h AKt:.
HATS just re-1
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Ont prict, $U25
r price, $1 50
. . . . ( )ur price, $4.75
. . I t.r pries, $9. 25
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are of Gro-Grain yilk, Moiro,
$9 TO $20,
Garments for Everybody.