The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 01, 1894, Page 3, Image 3

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    BCEANTON TBIBTOE-TUfKSDAT MOEXIXGr, "MAY 1, 1S94.
Lacisum
All Things Musical
STELLE &SEELEY
134 Wyoming Ave.
HIGH GKA111C
WEBER
SHAW,
EMERSON,
()1 11 I K MAKES
Al l I'KH'E
See the Shaw Piano from
the Weld's Fair in our
win do. .
GOOD BREAD
USE THE
And always have
Good Bread.
MAXVPACTUBBD AND KOH KALE TO
TBI TRADE MY
The Weston Mill Co
MM OP COUNTERFEITS !
rut PrN:)iv. romi
Punch Cigars
HAVE THE INTT
G.. B. 8c Co.
Sarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
I HI I.I HOI MM MJl. Al.tC
DR. H. B. WARE
RPRCI l 1ST.
EYF, TAR, NO&H A.Sli THRO At
ML
85 WYOMING AVE.
PERSONAL
0. M. StronR, of PI its ton, was in the city
yesterday.
A. P. Dechart, ot Cstawises, was la the
dty y. ..f.-rdny.
Judge I) W. Bearle, of Montrose, eras in
tile city y. Menly.
W II. V. Jonas, of r.ingh.uiiton, was
yesterday in the city.
John it. Kis", of Gtrbouiliile, wasen
R.iK 1! bare yesterday,
Mr. an. I .Mr. .Tihn Mnllati, of New
York, ar at tho Wyoming.
Attorney C. H. Waltonill snpml today
angling f. r trout at tTaaoo.
T. A. Bendrick. of .Ti rir.Tii, was en-ggi-.
mi bnsin.'-s here yesterday.
il hn K. Hnilork, of !'.iii(l'amton, and
Barnsel N. llyile, ..f I'otfvillu, srat the
Wyoming,
F. II Yunnan, Thomas .1. Pnrn and
William U. Friek were Danville visitors
here yesterday,
(ieorr Brooke, of ("ornell, 'W, who had
been sieltii g bit piirents over t-umlay, n
tnrn d to Ithaca yesterday.
William Mason, Blngkanton: W, w.
Wood, llonesilalf, and .Mathow I.OUK, Ha-al.-toti,
are at the Westminster.
Ur. .iame Rndaslll, of the mad leal ward
of the Lackawanna ho. pita!, departed yen
tTduy for a t wo week' vacation in Vir
ginia. Aiming the Wlllc.".i(-irreans here yester
day were John f . Henderson, CbarlSB H.
Gardner, Henry ('. Mason, i L A. Iiurant,
jr., and Z (,'. liutler.
Oolonal and Mrs. 11. M limes will leave
this we. k f.. a few day. visit at IMatts
burg, .N. V. and may possibly extend
tlnlr triti into Canada.
Thomas K. Torrey, general alesagnt of
the Delaware ai d Hudson t'snal compauy,
who has been bero since Friday, rttttrnad
to New York yeeterday.
Miss .Maine Cbarii worth, of this city, it
Tisltlng friends In HonsSdSiS, where she
will lend one of Die dances to be given at
the Kirmess. which begins May 17.
Angnst IVuster is attendiug the meeting
of the State conni il of the Order of United
American Mecttsnices Bsrrisburg as ins
representative of Council V id this city.
C H. Adkin has gone to 1 l.irrishurg as
the representativn of Nay Aug council,
No. M4, of this city, at tho state council of
tho Ordor of United American Mechanics.
Anson D. II ire bar, I, of 1'biladnlphia, of
the Hartford Fire Insurance company, ami
well known in northeastern Pennsylvania,
wan in the city last nifiiit, on route for
Boneadale.
Mr. and Mra. Charles V. Fulton, after a
pleasant visit with Mrs. Fulton's parents,
left yesterday afternoon at 1.34 o'clock for
their future home in lioulder, OoL While
en route they will visit Uotroit, Chicago
nnd other points of interest.
Anthony McAndrew, of the West Side,
county dolegato, aud Hotel Keeper P. P.
Jordan, county secretary, of the Ameri
can Hoard, Ancient Order of Hibernians,
will leave on Friday for Omaha. Neb., to
intend the biennial national convention of
the Ancient Order of Ililiernians which will
meet at that plnco ou Tuesday, May 8. It
will continue in lession until May I'i
Hit. K, QnaWlB, tho Plnladelpliia spec
ialist, has uow returned from an extended
southern trip, aud may be consulted at his
piulors. No. 311 Spruce utreot, Scranton,
Temple Coiirt building, upon all acuta and
chronic diseas"s of men, women and chil
dren. It has been uolsed about by one or
more persuim that lir. drawer publishes
(be names of hlR cured patients. This is
nut jo. Everything ii atrlotly sscri'il and
confidential, uud uo one patient kuowg
that another is being treated. The doctor
bus always ir.ado this principle a lasting
and sovereign one, and feels that it is due
to every patient. Office hours, dally, II a.
p, to 9 p. m. ; Sunday, 9 to a.
IUzi.ktt'h Steam Carpet Cleaning nnd
feather Renovating works. Carpet taken,
cleaned and returned Urn eame day. Tele
Ohone, 1702. 816 Mulberry street.
PIANOS
ORGANS
P
A Foe to Dyspepsia
0 -A
SNOW WHITE
FLOUR
DEWS OF WEST SiDf
Closing Social of the Sir Knights of Pleasure
Dancing Club.
DISCUSSING THE WILSON BILL
William Richards Uses a Stone He
Injured Miss Sophia Cullcn Re
ception to Bo Tendered This Even
ing to Mrs. D. K. Freeman Funeral
of Pearl Alvord Personals and
News Notes.
Tho West Side office of the Scra-nton
Irihunk Is located nt 1040 Jnckson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements nnd
communications will receive prompt at
tention. One of the most successful socials of
the season wis the closing of the dan
cing season of tho Sir Knights of Plea
sure Dancing class, held lust evening in
.Wears' nail. The room was exquisitely
dttoratad nnd presented an excellent
appearance at the merry dancers ilitie I
through the hull to music by 1111
Nellie Cumin on the piano. The Sir
Knights of Pleasure Dauciug class Ims
Imeti the lleadlng organization of its
kind on this tide dating tho teuton, ami
besides hiving the largest attendance,
it is comprised of the elite of tli city.
The members of the club lie: Joseph
Wrigley, Harry Wrigley, (ieorge
fhomae, (leorjie Oberdorfer, Charles
Keller, Heorge Sample, Qeorge Baker,
Thomas Anthony, Cbarlei Warlike, (ius
Wentzel, Ueorge Frank and 11 uraM
Cosier.
Dlacntted the Wilton Dill.
The weekly meeting of the Hyde
Park Literary and Debating society oc
curred last evening nt ite rooms on
South Main eVenne, After tin regular
order of butlnest had b-en disuaed ot
tbeqnMtionboi was opened and sev
rut short and interesting difoutsious
entued. The debate of tiie evening
W it then taken up, the IDbJeOt b"iiig
"Besolrad, That lbs Wilson bill, 11
pasted, will b bensOotal to the coun
try " The negative side of the Ques
tion was upheld by Wallace M 'ter an. I
Arthur ',liaM, while the affirmative
was sustained by John R E I nerds and
Emerson Owens Tbe judget decided
in favor of tb former. Tbe meeting
Wtt UllUlUally well atteudud.
Struck with a Stone.
Miss 8opbi fallen, young lady in
the employ ot David Pritchurd, of Lo
ssrss street, received a painful tojurv
last evening by being struck on the
nead with a stone at the hands of Will
iam Rlsbards, WbO resi les next .lour.
Riclmr.is is only 1 1 yars of age. but ia
v.rv troublesome. Miss CulleO was in
the front garden when the stone WBI
thrown and wasttaxr l by lb blow
This is uot young Richards' tirt of
fense, for not long ago he struck a
young daughter of Mr Prlteitard'i
With a shovd.
Rsr.p'.lon This Fvtntns.
A reeeptioo will be tendered Mrs 1)
K freeman, wife of ! . D K Free
men, of Huntingdon, Pa., a former
pastor of lbs Wash bur a street l'ri-s-
tivierian etinrch, this afternoon, OOBI
manoinii at I o'clock and oootlnniug
until 1" o'ciock, by tue ladles and
frietidt of tbe Ohurob. Mr Freeman
had been a pastor our for many ye trt.
The home of Mr. aud Mrs William
freeman, of VVeshbnru street, has
ben setaoted lor the alT iir. Rev. W
I. Stean and wife, of Httiville, will
he among tbe guests. Mrs. Pre) man
csme here to attend the missionary
Convention and bus linos been a visitor
ktuoug old time acqualntanoes,
Told in a Few Lines.
Alderiiiiiti T. T. Morgan, of tbe Fif
tventh ward, is indisposed.
i iperationi at the Oontinental mines
have r-'ute l for s term of sis weeks,
during wbiob the shaft will be retim
bered
A glee party consisting of the follow
ing bat been organised on tuts side:
Will Williams, Waltr Jones, Will
Reynolds, Eddie Hugnes and David
Uwutis
'Hie funeral of Pearl Alvord. 7 year -old
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. I'r-d
Alvord, of Lucerne street, ooenrre i
pesterday afternoon S-rvicet ever
he'd in the Hampton Street Methoditt
BpiMopul ekuroo by the pastor, Bee
A. TT Cooper, Interment was Bade
m tbe Forest BUI cemetery
The general rommttt-e tor receivina
a"d e-iiertaining lli Trl Oowtf Chi
tlac n ideavor conventiou. on May 35,
will meet this afternoon at I o'clock in
the Plymouth Congregational church
The remains of Thomas Williams, a
former resident of tii- side, who re
cently di I in Mutt City, are expeotod
to arrive here tomorrow. He will I s
taken to the home of his mother, Mrs
J. Williams, of Academy street, and
troni there to Tamsipia for interment.
The Voting peopU of the Plymouth
Coiiirregatiotial church will run an IX
curtion to Hake Ariel on June 17
Miss Helen Ketfer, of Carbondale, is
the guett of friends on this aide.
Mitt Jennie Movies, of Wilk.i-IUrre,
is visiting on tins side.
.Mrs DaVld Aethony and dsoghtsr,
Carrie, will isv shortly forCslifornls
Tom Hah-lie Kuu. the convurted In
diaO, told the thrilling story of his life
and how he became a Christian to a
large andienca in the Salvation army
barracks last evening.
Miss Jessie Nowber, of strouJsbnr,
is visituiK friends on this side
The funeral of Mrs Jane Ilivts oc
curred yesterday afternoon from her
home in liellevne. Interment was
made in the Washburn street cemetery
LOOK,
White Loaf Floor ?! 10
Feed Meal or Corn 11,1
Stowers' Ham.- 12
Bacon . I)
liiird, Pure Leaf 10
tillt Edge llntUr 20
Strictly Fresh Eggs 13
23 Uranuluted Sugar 100
JOSgPH A. AiKAlts.
113 South Main aveiiuo
Rrosptlon to Tbslr Pattor.
The F.pwnrth League of the I'ark Place
Methodist Bplscopal clmrcti will tender n
reception to their pastor, Dr. Hawxhnrst
and his family, this evening from b till
In o'clock in the parlors of thechurcb.
The league rOQUOStU the coinniucity to
join with them m making the reception a
hearty ovation to their paitOT,
"Lost.
Somowhere between Hiinrise and sunset,
two golden hours, each set with i-ixty dia
mond minutes. No reward is offered, for
they are lost forever.'' Had he carried one
of Kelt hert's watches he might bavo saved
his precious hours. Let ut hope that his
knowledge Iirs grown with his experience.
Kkiciiriit'n, DOt'i Lackawanna ave.
A Burst of Statesmanship.
VMMOpoiM lYttMMSi
Tho other day Senator lirice gave the
largest and most elaborate dinner party
Washington ever witnessed, but in other
respects he is not so much of n statesman.
6LEEVE8 'JTIL"- SWELLING.
They Are StaadUj r.eco-.ninr: Moro Ample.
Fasbious of I lie First Empire,
The tnste for all that recnlla the time of
the first empire lias had a marked effect
upon interior decoration. The rigid forms
of furniture thai, characterized that epoch
have been revived and are Keen in white
and gold or in mahogany upholstered in
the green, red or yellow damask then popu-
fm3
BgCCPTIOD OOWJt,
lnr. But the revival has -topped nt tho
verge of the dominion of dress, nnd there
seems to be no prospect of the adopt ion of
the empire gown in It-1 genuine ihori Walal
eil form. The prevailing Influence la shoe n
Duly In subordinate waya that do not ma
terially cnV't the siiff oorMged mode to
which We are accustomed. Not onlv Is the
empire fashion a trj Ing one for many wom
en, but the eye ha become so used to the
long bodice contracting below t he bus) thai
It refuses to reeogni.e the Isatltyof the
hiudi girdle.
sorlnstance, In the novel ball oostnmi
Illustrated, an empire flavor, as it ware, is
given by the full draper) across the bo-om
and the cut of the top of the sleeve, which
allows it to fall below the point of the
shoulder, but the tight modem waist is re
tallied, which at once robs the gown of any
historically distinct ivs i baracter and leaves
the Held open tO the free play of fSUC in
regard to the other features; The skirt is
bell shaped and i- made of satin SOlcIL It
is cut in deep ileabcs, which open todlsplay
a flounce of necblln lace over cream satin
Chains of pearls are (SStOOned around the
skirt, fastened at Hie top of each slash by
an amethyst oabochon snrronnded b) bril
liauts. The top of the skirt lacaugbt up
in (runt by a raUs lion and forms pannier
Uke puffs over tJie bice where it meets tbe
bodloa The lower part of tbe bodioeisol
lace, while the baiiisin sleeves and the
drapery acroaa the bust are ol liberty velvet
The corNige, like the skirt, is ornamented
with a gan.it ure of st nogs ,,( psarla, sesured
at the bosom and on the top of the sleeves
by c.ils i hons.
Sleeves are seen mi all the decollete cor
sages and shon no ludlost lows of dimimsh
mg if there Is any change, they srs ha
entiling inure ample. Tbe ihottldaSS are
usually An! st.eil with butterfly knote of rib
boll, or nli berthas trimmed with lace are
gathered fttll t the top of the sleeve snd
allowed to fall over it Hn u Lias and r set i
are alo usl on im i.,ng i,il- Hn., u.t
eiiiTt i are aongbt after jus' now; bonoc the
popularil y of satin m.d Dsolre uei t ba sdop
tiou of galloon of various sorts as a garni
ture. Jt I b Clint I hi.
Talking fairelSi
Tilting parrots are far Less plmlif il
thatsthe) were wh. u is hard t.sav i
have laugl t a lew ibieii t. talk an. I sun"
few la sinit in BBJ time, but why SORM
binls can barn and Others BaWWt I
never could understand. There tvsl u. L
a is. lief thai an operation on the tongue
Was UeceKar to make a bin! a vis alist,
and unite ris Mly I have Us-n a-fc..l to
sola a lack daw's tongue. It seems aloaoel
an insult to sal t ben is nothing in tin- -
pssstrtlofs. i only herds that leallj
acl.levi. lllVlhlUg like slir.'isu, lu li,et.t.kllig
line am of the parrot kind, and the) bavi
i the k, soft tongues, which wieiid bleed u r
I nbly if split.
I Tle error probably arose from the f.vt
that s,,ine lllpls wit n ibud.-l toiigui t in
j talk a little, but this Is nu SXCQPtiOO, tbe
tswt talker, o n Ing n tengWS ery ,.ke t"il
I of s bnman being, Teaching a parrot t
talk isniey, but tedious. If it shows any
Inclination to sh k or iioiLate the dlffl
I culty le half solved Tlieu nil that Is uis-
eusan is to rvtjeet one vntni or ohrues Ere
H'lentlv, aist ii it aa a griTSjuig and fire
I well. Any little catch phntw ifUl ausw r,
though why "Pretty Polly" is generally so
le, ted 1 don't know, "liiesl BMrnlng'' hi
more email) taught in, I nun h l-s sem..rss
when repeated. bterview la st Lunla
Qlohs Dstfgoerat
Old fashioned wool barege will bore.
vivisl in I. lack and colors for summer
dresses.
New nun's veilings have satin StripM
of while or a contrasting color.
Bsvoll ! Ike soni.
I Lute to live aad isefar, to knou hsagsr, crief
and i- all
And we In the tl.: n ,-s at ,,-:t i... men inauglcd,
blind uiei lama.
I hate lo tee cold Wlnttf'l BOW beat the print
of thoajcot fi si,
And the tii i a . '., o i of hunger pinch fns
young and sweet.
I hate lo know sseh flSSllllg blast blows
through a chearisss hovt L
I bate to s,-e a hoar head sweat o'er lck and
spiele and shovel.
I hate 10 think that lender flesh wrlthss snder
huh ami blow,
And bills, s unwanted daily born fur sorrow,
shame and wis-.
I hale to think that ihtrillsndl toil In squalur,
grief and pain
Thst ons mar rise above his kind and count.
less treSl ere gain.
1 bate that which permits tin so wrongs, w ith
a liute that cannot die.
Be It the demons 'neath the earth or a spirit
Hint reigut on hlali.
- Ionise Ingersoll.
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why run all over thecilv looking fbrgol I
dollars with one hundred aa i ten eeate1 worth
of gold ill thorn r Hut rOS will eoine very
close to it it If y in will call at the rlir'it place.
Bring your dollars geld, silver and green
backs to
A. W. JURI3CH
4:ir. sriu OB ITRBIST, and get full value
for your money In
BICi OLB8, piue Anus,
PlgaiNQ TACKLR, PINK
CUTLERY, !; Cf)LLARS
AND OENKBAL SPORTING1
GOODS.
The VKTOK WBBIL beads
Bicycles, lire arms, etc.. repaired st shift
notice. Key fitting a siiccinlty. (live mo a rail.
THE CELEBRATED
SOHIER
PIANOS
Ar it I'reMiit tlir Mo.t Pcpnltr asd l'nfrrfit I.t
LmtihiiK Aril.lt
Warerooms : Oppostto Columhus Mcnumenl,
205 Washington Av. Scrn nton.Pa.
L
A7
M pi
miQ or duuia mi
An Irving Avenue Blaze Which Threatened an
Entire Block.
PROMPT ARRIVAL OF CERTDRYS
John Metsizor's House Nearly De
stroyed by Fire Patrick Joyce, of
Minooka, Leaves Today for Trial at
Pittsburg Frank Murray Returns
After Lonp; Residence in West.
Funeral of Mrs. James Caffrey.
At 9.15 last night the residence of
John Matliier, at tbe corner of living
avenue and Orchard street, caught fire
ui the upper story. I be building is a
2 story frame dwelling, occupied by
.neisizer s family, j be lire was break
ing through ths shingles when the
alarm from box 46 was sounded. The
Century Hoee company got to the tire
with commendable activity, and bv so
totng was enabled to check what tiroin
iseu to be n ilitastti us conflagration, The
tiro wns in the rear part of the upstairs,
and was burning li-roly when the wa
ter was turned on. In, less than twenty
rniantei the Barnes '.vers under oootrol.
hen the N'eptunes arrive 1 tluir hose
was directed on the front of the bnlld-
ntg, through which tho lire was break
lug, At 0 I'I the fire was out. Onlv
ut of the household effects wre
saved. The loss will niuouut to na irlv
1500,
Gets to rittiburg far Trial.
Patrick Joyce, of Uinosks. will ieave
today for Pittsburg, where he will ap
pear before the grand jury of the
i two tales ililriet court to antwer
ihechorge of 'splitting" greenbacks.
He will b remembered at getting
caught in WilksS-BsrrS two rears ago
wln.e trying to pass a split bill He
aeceeded m ssosping from the offloen
St the lime and kept out of the way of
the law for a Vear aud a
half, nlthoiigh detectives were hot
ou bia trail. Sli months auo
iie sppearsd before 1'niled Statet Com
miss-, nor Col burn and entered ball in
tbe Sum of 11.000 to at. rear for trial
Joyce alwayt bors a gi ofl ropntAttou lu
.yjiuooKii, in I it js bi liuved ha will li
able to explain away the clou Is that
irestpreeenl hovering over bitn. If
the grand jnry finds a true bill Sg llml
!,itn lo. will le remanded for trial at
the dutrict court, which wtll convene
mmsdiately af tor Ihe ilttlns of tb
jury.
Or.dtmud Trples.
I'rstik MnriMV who u- ,,, rn,
, ...... ...... 1 1 .'ii,
1 ere for the i.ast fifteen rrnr, ,1 li no
which tims he belonged to the United
Btateiarmyio me fsr west, returned
home t , visit hit m itber ou Cedst ave
hup yster lay.
.loiiu FiahertV. ot ( herrv itrssif is
visiting lu Hiiignamtoo.
.Hits Mtv i Diirkin.of lirook sl.et,
returned fssterday from a week's f
with friends in Wilkes l'.irre
The meeting for ike orgaaisatioi) f
a fOOl ball team held last liig'.t n
Walsh's barb.r ibop on Smtb Vah
ingfon svebne r.sultad in atlwU..
. 11 HU
sntbual ism among tie folinwn ,,f ti,
I 1 1 No tt.pt were taken towar I
rgsslsatloo, bnt snothsr nies,ng will
held LtXt We-k
Here will U a rtgui4r monthly
meet Ing of the .-sangerru-.j. ku rooms
this evrt.ing.
A full Sttendapejs is de.ired at to
Oigbtl meetltiir of the board of trad-,
those who were admitted to member-
I ip recuntly sr. M ted to be on
hsnd and tvrome initisted
The funeral of Mrs, .1 tinea CalTrer,
Of Pi ipeel avenn-, will take place
this afternoon it :i o'clock
Muhu.l .1 o Horn, of Pros peel av
dus, retires from the Qladstous hotel
today and wiii move to Ursen Rl Ige
sllcbssl Thornton, eons table of th.
Twentieth ward, was appointed o illee
t. r ol ileilt onem Isxes for t'i.i ward
Mr behneider the hardware man. ia
using In hit delivery t-stu the bors.
I wi r I . 1 r.d Munch which ran awsy
and killed the child oi Plttctou atenu'.
two weeks ago
Tbll is the inake-iip of tha Sonth
- dl Hse Ball club Hnldr and Allen,
catchers, Melvin, pitcher; Smith, first
base, Wsllb, leeoed bate. Wlrth, ahorl
top ; 4 l.i.l, third bnee; Gelhert, left
field; RteSardS, seater field The
cstciers will alternate In rigut Held.
Music BriH Fs, Intlvtly.
Best nids play snv neslisd number of
testa Oautscbl Bona,, mauafastBrera
ICtO Cbeeteui stress, Pblladelpbla, VCob
derful on hattnal organs Only gt Bttd I0
Sp. unity; (HI bum boxes earefally re
paired una Improved with ssw tuuua.
Hineraiihru Kurnlsh-4
We are prepared lo furnish business men
with first-clnst st.negraphe's by the ilay
or boor Bipert bookkeeping a specialty,
Scranton Oommerdsl A.sociatioa, l.lm
ited, 1 Z Jsjn uce st reel.
Beadls.ton ft Wosrs'a end nallanttnn'i
Ales sr. the tiMt. K.J. VWijoi, agent, at
Lafkswaunu nv.nne
Suits
Capes
Jackets
For Women
Sell, Sell, Sell, is tha order
of the day.
FIFTEEN
mported Claj Jackets. 'ut,
Style and Work tiio host of
tbe tailor! art A rednetion
6f50 Per Gent, Bee this offer1
lug of Hish-olan .lackuts.
'uiir size is in-ro.
CAPES
in cloth, Morie Silk, Covet
Cloth and Lace, 'i-ny myios
and prioesthal will please yoa.
SUITS
Printed Duck and Serges
8trip3d and Spot Patterns.
Von ought to have one. The
prioe, $3.50 to $7.50.
G.W. Owens & Co.
Cloak attd Stilts Mnkcrs,
Court House Square.
white mm
TUST received large
" import order. Many
new novelties. Come
while the assortment
is complete.
Baby
Carriages
Large Line
Best Goods
DINNER, TEA
AND TOILET S!TS.
OlSrVI-HALl
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenuo.
" PERFECTION "
Tin: BEST i i in R i IDC
OILS AND OLIVES
Till; FINEST IMPORTED.
TEAS AND COFFEES
FULL LIKE OF TBE BEST
FANCY GR0CERIE3
FERRIS HAMS AND BACON
C. DITCH BU RN
Beeeeasor M a. CBlenum,
4S7 LACE LWANKA AVE
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COLLINS & HACKETT
220 Lackawanna Avenuo.
Huntington's
IIOMtl BAKERY.
We have a lare assort
ment of
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,
or 413 LACK A. AVE,
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until midnight.
MULTICHROMES
tho best Art Features ver offt-red
Handsome line of Long
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Cheviots.
Custom Tailoring at
Moderate Prices.
Martin & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
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308 Lackawanna Ave.
MILLINERY
A new lot of HATS just received.
WORTH 98c. . .
TRIMMED HATS, worth ?.:.-..
I RIMMED HATS, worth p 13
1 RIMMED HATS, worth : I 00
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Ladies' and Mis.103' Snrinc Jackets and Ladies' a
Capes in endle33 variety.
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lace: curtains
51 Nottingham Cnrtairs, wonh t? "1 1. for SI. 35
l KottioKham Cnrtalns, wortb :t SO. for 1.75
S Nottinsbam Cnrtoioa, wortb Q SO, frr 2.75
mm Point ii Renaiaanoe, worth 20, for 8.0
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ff'.'.Oil to J.MH. All colors.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
222 Wyoming Avenue
Tht'so reprodnotioni of the
original pain tings fin; in
great demand, They are
generally concoded to be
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Sash Curtains.
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SPRING STYLE
ON SALE
CHRISTIANA
Sole Agent,
205 Lackawanna Ave.
MULTICHROMES.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
One Coupon.
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