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THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 184.
FOR ONE WEEK
W e will sell our entire stock of
New and Stylish TRIMMED
UATS at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES. Come and seo tlieui at
303 SPRUCE STREET.
WE have special facilities for
A NO. 1 WORK,
308 Penn Ava. A. B. WURMAN.
120 Wyoming Avenue
We are showing
new designs in printed
415 Lacka. Avenue.
BARGAIN i0 3.
We Will Offer for a Few Days
Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 oo.
These Rugs Have Never Been
Sold for less Than S3.00
".27 Wyoming Av.
Hx new esses of measles were reported
A regular meeting of tlio Imard ! tmaltli
will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Ttie Delaware, Lackawanna and West
em mil pay Hloomsburg dlvisnu employ e
Th Jaffarton and sturges eompariv will
produce "Josbaa Whitcumb" at .Musio
ball tbii evening. The coinpnny contain
Keverai capable actor.
Tnrnnr hall haa tmen hnndsonielr deco
rated for the Hon Ton Sii-ial Club's (Act
ive Turners eecontl annual May hop,
wUich takua place to-night. May 11,
A reward of 50 Iihh ti"'t. nffered by the
National hoard of Fire D ud-rwritr for
tne arrest and conviction of the ueraou or
perauns who caused the recent Arrado
There will be joint meeting of the
council' lire depart ni-iit committee this
evening to consider the bid for a chemical
engine for 1'henix company ami a steamer
toff the Neptune,
Treasurer S. 11. .Steven, of the fund for
the iJaltnn home for sick WOMB Msd
Children, acknowledges the receipt of ."
from "A Friend,'' teller donations may
besent to Mr. Steven at lis Wyoming
A copy of the bttigsl Valley Comet for
IKet. the first number of wh.ch contain a
graceful reference to the late Dr. Ilolll
ter, of Providence, ha been received. It
1 cbaracteristicalhr neat in Bppsaranoa,
bright ( material and HouriBhing in It
"ails," the latter item thauki to Joe 11.
Manager (leorge K. Davis, of Wonder
land, has tendered un inraation to hie
brother Elk and their wivea ami lady
friends to attend the production of "Mi
chael Htrogoff ' at Wonderland this even
ing. All Elk will bo recognized at the
door and no tickets or further invitation
will l necessary.
Anhauaar Butoh Beer,
Lenta Lbhman's, iSU Kurucs
WANTS FIVE THOUSAND DAMAGES.
list of Sevtral Case to B Brought
Acatnat th Traotlon Company.
Tba first of several cases growing
ant of the same accident was instituted
yesterday by John Howey, by bia at
tornejri, Halslandsr & Voshnrg,against
the Hcrsnton Trnotion company.
Ha olaimi $5,000 damages for in
Jurin sustained Oct. 4 ,1899 on North
Main avanns, in the North Uud, by
reason of being rnn into by a enr after
nightfall; whioh, ba allegos, wax be
ing rnn with improper speed, without
a headlight, and without tho rlngiug
of a bell,
Tbaro were several persons in the
wagon at tb time of the aocldent, all
of whom were injured. The Mine at
torneya ars preparing the papers in
other oases to bs brought by them.
No. 11 of Amtrica.
No. 10 of the charming art series,
'America" haa arrived and copies may be
procured at Tiik Thiiiunk busman office.
The latest number of these dellkbtful
studies will prove one of the most Interest
ing of the collection.
No Use of Crying; Herd Times
As long as Davidow liros. have plenty
money. Come yourself and tell yonr
friends that Davidow Bros, 1 the only
place you can be accommodated. Their
Business is,Btrictly private and their rates
the lowest. Iil7 Lacka. ave.
They Hav Oone Down
fhat la prices at Guernsey Brothers,
Williams & McAnulty
NEW BRIDGE Ifffl WAS R BUS! MEETING HI WOOD GUILTY
Prominent Citizens ui Scranton Uivrj Their
Opinions as to Where It Should Be.
MR. POWDERLY FAVORS MULBERRY
Ho Says He Is Not in the Real Estate
Business and His Opinion Is There
fore Unbiased Luther Keller Pre
fers Linden Street to Mulberry, bul
Would Rather See the Bridge Lo
cated at Spruce Street
The interviews printed in voiterday's
TRIBUMI relative to the movement in
favor of changing to Mulberry street
the proposed Linden street bridge, have
civ a t an interest in the matter which
goes to show that there are many who
helieve that such a ehange would bo
most acceptable. Among the uuuibor
is Hon. T. V. l'owdorly.
Mr. Powderly says he la not in the
roal estate business and is tnerefore
not biased in his views. Whan asked
by a TrIBDMI reporter for bin opinion
011 the matter, Mr. l'owderly said:
MK. POWDHUI.Y's OPINION.
"I may not know enough about the
cireuiuBtaiices to speak with a wonder
ful degree of intelligence 011 the sub
ject because 1 have uot given it much
attention. We voted for a bridge at
Linden street and 1 understand that if
we desire to change it we may lie
obliged to vote on the bridge ((in-stlim
sguiu. It would take another year to
do this and by ttiat time we shall in all
probability need another bridge.
"I believe that the Mulberry street
approach is lietter adapted to bridge
purposts than Litulo'i street. 1 thought
so before the electiou and 1 think so
now. Hut Linden attest bad caught
the popular fancy ami the council de
cided to place it there. 1 had nothing
tossy. What I think the people want
is a bridge They want it quick and
want It within the Appropriation too. 1
think it cau be built at Mulberry street
at muoh leas expense than at Lindtu
street, for aearly all tho land ou the
west side of the river, which would
probably he the terminus of the Mul
berry street bridge, is unimproved.
"My reason for not attending the
meeting on TOM lay night and for not
caring to have anything to say was be
came it might be nrged ajraitist me
that 1 ni in favor of Mulberry stret,
because Mulberry street was nearer to
my property than Linden streak. As
fur as that is concerned, Lttiduu street
is as good for me as the other, sluoe 1
am not iu the real estato b;mues. "
"It is complained that the property
owners along Hwetlaud s'ruel are de
mat: ling too high prices for their land
It seems to me it would be
a good idea to have the viewers, or
whoever has tho matter in hand, to
take an assessor with tbm an 1 have
tb property of tin se people assessed to
a proper legal proportion of tha value
the owners place on it 1 think it's
only fair that the city should pay as
much, or a little more, than anyone
1m for a iimi.'s property, htcause it it
sometimes trutibleaome to in v and
select a new lioui: but then the
c.ty mi.'lit M banifltttd in the way
1 have suggested."
Mil. KI LLEIt's VIEW.
Lnther Ksller cm hardly be consid
ered stiioug those who be, leva that a
bridge at Mulberry street would ba
more convenient or desirable in any
wav than a bridge at LtattM street,
chute the contrary. Mr Kellar thinks
luat the bridge. If It were potable to
place it at Spruee street, would be even
more desirable Wause it .would be
nearer to the majority of people cu
lioth aides of the river,
'If 1 wre to m swayed by any pe
cnnlnry Interest I may have in the loca
tion uf the budge, " said Mr. K -I tar, "1
should favor placing it at MulPrry
street, for 1 hsv properly of consider
able value at the comer of A dam ave
nue and Mulberrr street, rhil 1 have
none In the vicinity of Linden. Tba
nufurtui.ate feature of the LlBdeD
street site at present Is the fact that
the grade at the western end, Swatlaml
street, woul 1 13 greater than that of
i'ettebone street, I think it would
be better in the end to im
prove the grade at Linden str et
even if It cost more money. We are
I, nil. ling a bridge to accomodate the
people of today uot thus wuo may live
fifty years from now. 1 am convtnod
that the bridge at Linden treet Would
ba far more convenient, far better in
every way than I bridge, at Mulberry
street Nine-tenths of the people of
the West Side wh'j msy hsv occasion
0 travel over th bridge line south of
Swetlsnd street, aud in order to go to
tho center of thu eity, would b obliged
to walk a greater dutanoe if the bn k
were to be placed at IV.tebntio street.
Kven then they would not be as near
the court house or the post ofllc and
would net be much farther nwsy from
th municipal building. Th only real
objection to Swetlaud street as far as
I cau see is the steep grade and I be
lieve that this should be improve 1 even
if it becomss necessary to have more
monev to do it.
"I think this agitation is going to
deUy the building of the bridge. It it
certain that if tba location Is changed
from Linden to Mulberry street, the
Linden strojt property holders will
protest and will enjoin tha city from
placing it at any place other than that
voted for. 1 think the bridge slimil I
be placed as near as possible to the
business portion of the city. A I said
before, w are building 11 bridge for to
day, and it should be built to accom
modate the groatt st number."
Mr. Mason, of Mnoa ft Co., alio
favors the Linden street site for the
bridge. Ho thinks it would lie more
accessible to the business element,
both of Last and Wt it Scranton, thau
Juseph A. Moars voted for the Lin
dan strset 1. ridge, and thinks it would
give general satisfaction if place I
Mr. llettn, of Ira Bennett A Co.,
favors Mulberry street. II thinks it
wonld be the moat satisfactory place
to have a bridge.
SERIES OF EVENING SERMONS.
They Will B Delivered by Riv Warrn
O. Parttldge at HI Cl.uioh.
At the I'enn Avenue Ilnjitist church
on Sunday evening the pastor, Kev,
Warren (J. Partridge, will deliver a
series of sermons ou "The Future
The following will be the lubjeots:
May 13, "Heaven as a State;" May 20,
"The Heaveuly Howards ;" Juno a,
"The Heavenly Body:" June 10, "The
Judgment Beat of Christ;" June 17,
A short KvangellHtio service will be
held each Sunday evening after the
sermon, giving anyone an opportunity
to signify their desire to begiu a Chris
Hurrah, Hurrah, Hurrah.
Everybody go to Davidow Hros. for bar
gains, as you can get 100 cents for every
dollar's worth you purchase.
Scranton illuminating Company Objects to
MANY IMPORTANT MEASURES READ
Decision of the uourt on Rights of
Second Board of Viewers Will Be
Appealed Bids for New Steam and
Chemical Engines Read Ordinanco
to Facilitate the Arranging of Dam
ages Referred to Committee.
Several Important measures came be
fore last night's meeting of common
council for action. Captain Moir pre
sented a communication from the
Scranton Illuminating, Heat and
Power company calling the attention of
councils to the fact that the original
franoliiai bound the company to fur
nish only 79 lights to tbn city, but that
it was furnishing about 500 lights with
out compulation, The company wants
the mattor adjusted, aud is given more
complete mention below.
Mr. Sweeney presenuted a rwsolntion
to the street and bridge committee for
opening ami extending Fairview court
to Kobiuson street which win ap
proved. Bids for curbing, flagging and pav
ing at th Excelsior Hose nouse were
referred to the streets and bridges com
mittee ns follows: Edwin S. Williams,
$180) Muldoon & Bowe, f 170.
liids for furnishing a steam fire en
gine for Neptune Engine company
were referred to the joint lire depart
ment committee as follows: Man
chester (X. II.) Locomotive works,
"Amotkeag" engine, tor 1 1,000 and the
present obi Neptune angina; American
Fire E.igin- company, Seneca Falls,
N. Y., f I. film and jfiUU allowed ou tho
old engine, Lt France Fire Engine
company, lilmirs, ft, 000, and al
lowed on old engine.
Bids for furnishing achemlcil engine
for the Pheuix company were also re
ferred to the joint fire department com
mittee at follows: Fire Extinguisher
Manufacturing committee, tl.roug i S.
F. Havwar I o: Co., Nw York, "Ciiatu
plon," $1,780; tba Holloway oompanr,
BadUmora, "improved Hoilowar, fi,
700 tho Liniigren Msliau Chemical
Fire Engine company, Chicago, 1,700,
Tli joint fire department Oomtnlttaet
will consider the bids at theinestlug t
be held thi evening at the city clerk'
FoR TIIK HI TKEMK I ' d RT.
Regarding the disputed rights
ot the second board uf view
ers iu assessing damages for the
grading of Washington avenua to
( spouse avenue a year ago, t com
munication of City Solicitor Torrey
favoring an appeal from the court s
dciiou was concurred in on motion
ot Mr. Hobathau. The tint board of
viewer f mn 1 no damagss, but !
the coats on property ownera Th
second board asd damag. Kx
cvpti us to th report were tiled, I
were overruled by the court The point
is a new on under the aet of 1891, and
the city solicitor will be allowed to ap
peal to the supreme c jurt for a reversal
The meeting concurred iu a roaoiu
lutlon of select council compelling the
SofantOO Traction company to charge
Lilt one far on South Side lines
The bridge ordinance paste I third
alol final reading.
Tha petitlou of th Stranton Illumi
nating, Heat and Power ecuipauy in
abstract was e follow That a con
currant resolutl 11 of Jo. '.1 ',"4, pi
voted for the pladtag of ; .
wirl and that fMy two light I e
furnished the city free of cost; that
the company Mian lifbted the old mu
nicipal offices and Phanlx, Nay .Mig,
Crystal c mpanl' hom-i tuat wire
Were extended to the niM dclpal build
ing. tloek and Laddor, Franklin nil
Columbia Companies' house, .Vl light
furnished fr. at an spOBAt of 9,400
to ti e coiiipsnv , that the resolution i f
I8M did not prorld fotwlm to tha
points last named.
Tho petition itatd further; that in
jiKtise 11 done by granting to the Su
burban Electric Light company th
privilege to extend wire, ertel pole
and llgbU, vtltlioiit QOmpasMOtlOM to
the cur or free lights
That tne petitioner Is still willing to
fnrnlsli th seventy two origin.! light
free and alio willing to pay a pole tax
of 8'M or enter into any ratOOnabl
and fair arrangement
The pettthn li signed by B. H
Throop. president and Trd Q Han!,
lac rttary and atked that th eouued
ailjuat tii matter.
1'he following communication from
City Boiled tol l rr-y was referred to
the propll commit!!!-
rAOtUTATH DAJtAOl IKWa.
la the argument upon the application
for viewers to fes damagea for baUding
a viaduct, raoantiy kod In the eoori of
1 oinmou pleas, it was strenuously urged
that the city ought, Iwfore having viewer
appointed in that or any sim l ar rase, to
MOW lliat an ell-Tl had llrst DSHM made to
agree with the owners of properly upon
tha amount of their damage.
While th court OidjOOt ilstlnilely sustain
this position and while 1 still qoastion
whether It could be maintained, ii might
a vi aomplloatloaa growing ont f similar
objections in future proceedings If soiae
provliions were mad" for meeting the oh
jt-c 1011 before It arises.
1 enclose herewith a draught of a Con
current resolution which covrs the
ground without commuting the city:
That In all casei I 11 n Inch ordinances or
other action of the city have bcn or shall
M adopted, the iffeOl of which stool be to
injure, take or destroy private property,
and Iu which the damages nave not been
agreed upon, the mayor, city engineer and
city solicitor are authorized to negotiate
with property owners affected. In case
such officer aie unable to agree with the
owners, the city solicitor shall apply to
court for tho appointment of viewers to
assess the same- In cane the officer agree
with the property owners, the amount
agreed upon shall be reported to council
A large number of minor matters
were acted upon and an adjournment
made until next Thursday night,
A GOOD PLAY AT WONDERLAND.
lllchael fiti.tr- If Wmsr.lv Wlcomd by
a Oood 8tsd Audltnoe
"Michael Strogoll" waB warmly wel
comed on its reproduction at Womltr
laud laHt evening, as it really deserved
to be; for 110 other plsy presented at
tho popular-priced amusement house is
more worthy of public approbation aud
Una Homer as "MIhael Strogoff" has
a more congenial role than any other
he haa esaayad. All th members of the
company acquitted themselves with
great credit. Tha staging, especially
the battle soene, la superb.
The stock company closea its season
Saturday night, and Wonderland will
be dark next week. Manager Davis
states that spocial attraction may ba
put on, from time to time, dnring the
Clocks, Clock. Clock,
Tick. tick, tick, Davidow Hros.' clocks
speak for themselves, as they are more
superior for quality aud time keeping and
every one of thoui are guaranteed. Uo at
once aud secure one, if you have boo.
The jury Thinks That She Unlawfully Held
THOMAS MALONEf IS ACQUITTED
Ho Receives Thorough Vindication at
the Hands of a Lenient Jury Trial
of Mrs. Gallagher End of the Dun
moro Nuisance CaseDefaulting
YfRterday wai an uneventful day in
Court, the tnuu during the morning
lession being devoted to the hearing of
trivial cases. Thomas Muloney was
triod before Judge McClure ou a charge
of having ill treated Mrs. Sarauol New
man. The Newmans keep a grooery
on Fifth street in which a great variety
of goods are sold. Malouuy and a nuin
her of companioiiR.it is said, went into
Mrs. Newman s grocery and askad for
goods not dry. She claims that they
took a few bottles of sarsuparilla which
they refused to pay for. When Mrs.
Newman demanded tho value of th
llqnida, she received not the money bnt
a kick rudely administered, and with
malic aforethought from Maloney,
from which she was confined to her
room for some time.
The defendant denies this and says
that he went in with some others and
asked for cidr. The prosecutor got
angry to think they suspected her of
kteplng anything so weak as this and
ordered them out. They were going
out peaceably and without giving any
one any trouble and Mrs. Newman
didn't think they were going fast
enough and she used a broomstick to
KOelirata their pace Sh was sue
ettul in this and the quiet yonng
men want away witBOUt laying a hand
or a foot to anybody.
The jury int I that Maloney is not
guilty and that Samuel Newman
should pay the cost.
Marv rjallag biff, an agad lady of
nearly four score, was tried before
Judgo Albright charged witu bronklog
a window in the house of Mr. M
guire, of Wales itrot, Providence.
Mrs (Jallaglier rented a room in tho
Uagnlra house and on account of som
tronbll with Mrs. Maguir, took a
stoiu and broke evry window witniti
reach. The defense il that tho honse
she bad ranted beint locked against
her, she took m atures to enter her
The jury found that Mn. Gallagher
waa not guilty and that the 0 lUUtj
bould piy tin coiti.
Kits. WOOD 11' II. TV.
The jury return- d a verdict in th
case brought agaitut Mil Hannah
Wood by her colored boarJer, li Atno
White, wto'-ei watch sh borrowed and
neglected to return The jury de
clared Mrs. Wool guilty of larceny Ly
The case brOOffbt by Martha Hoo
ver against Robort RoWoaon wr con
titiud till next term to give the 1
fen lant a ohanr. to get bis wltneiet
Michael H Pi x pleaded guilty to a
similar charge preferred by Mary Ann
NVaikir. He will bOtOBtOMOd Satur
day Joseph Woergel. Frank BOBWta.
Mieiiael Slater. Flix Strtueky. Pan -1
Uarbag-. Adim I 'kv, 'l.arl Blook,
Alex ZaromOgl and Frank Calalin
did not appear to bl prosecuted 1 bolr
ball were forfeited Bud Sheriff Fnhey
ITM directed to bring in their 1" Mat,
DtD not rilH TO fXalll II 1 1
( ora Sampson npreise l her wlih
not to proaaantl F. H Msrber and liar
br paid the cots.
A Ilk ml was er.Wrsd in the two
oa of C. . Stockwll cbsrgnl with
fala pretense by I H IF mo Ud
Cornelia ( oiuegvs
The jury in the BOM cf (i W. and 0
M. Potior and W M MllVw charged
with BjalatainlBg a nniaanoa In keep
ing a laeghter home, y ItOffdajf found
tb Pottrs guilty and arqnltta l Miller.
Michael Ni-e wa declared by the
jury not gmiiy of assaulting John Pol
Kt. and ti jury directed that Poikal
pay Hi coat
At 0 o'clock renrt ad: inrnel till this
morning, trim th sheriff will appear
with nine defendants who are waiting
Pevldaw re. are ttfll In ths I.td.
They make all competitors humtv in
ssaMT PRISBYTI RUNS WILL CO.
Ixw Huttl and Trs miurtaiian Rate for
Btiat it Aststnbly
The National Assmhlv of tha Pres
byterian church will convene at Sara
logo on I'btirsdav of next wk, and,
in li from thi coamlaalonan from the
Lackawanna dittnet, will probably be
ittondod by many of the clergy and
laity from thi city and vicinity.
l'ne cotiimitiionr from this district
are: Kev. W. s Btitai and Baoohar,
of Wyoming, Uv F T Swan, of
Pitta ton, and Elder W. W Parke.
Evans and Thompson. Hev .lain! M,'
LaffOd, A. W. llicksoii, Alfred Hind and
ot'oer will a'so be in attendance
l'.trinoly low rates with ftral clss
privilegts have been made bv the rai.
roada, ami the belt hot-1 at Saratoga
have mad the rat" t tin s 1 intending
the nssembly as low as f I pr ilav. It ii
iUlte probable that mauy will take ad'
vantage of the low pnee for transpor
tation and accomodation and derive
the benefit of fine weather and the re sort'
t - -mmm
Coxey It V 1 in Bg Arnite
To go to Davlibiw lire., for bargains.
A WEEK OF POPULAR PRICES.
aiii. i.i Letr aud Htr Company at th
Acad'iaiv of Mutla
Miunie Lester, a very elsver coniedi
on ne, will be at the Academy of Muilo
all uext week, and will produca a num
ber of first class plays at popular
With the Minnie L'stor company
will appear Frank E. McNish, the
celebrated minstrel, who will intro
dues bia well known specialties. Tin
play to be produced Monday evening is
"A Little Busy Body.'1 Pricos will be
10, 20 and 80 cents. The uale of seats
opens this morning.
Watch, Watch, Watch.
A surprise to see the beautiful watches
you can buy for three, four and five dol
lars. How can we do this? This is easy
for us to explain. The watches are left
with us as pledges for a small sum, and as
they are unredeemed wo are ready to sell
tbom at prices ipaoted above, Davidow
Uros., Ill 1 Lackawanna avenue.
No. 11 of America
Has just been received at Thk TRDjUin
business office. Parties who have ex
amined this number pronounce it the best
of tho series yet published. Art lovers
should uot fall to add this most meritorions
number to their collection.
Laihkh' and gents' fine shoes at the
Commonwealth Shoo store, Washington
TALE OF MARITAL WOE.
Patrick Mullalty, of Dlokson Oltr, Must
Appear at Court.
Patrick Mullally, of Dickson City,
was arrested yesterday on complaint of
his wife, Mrs. Ann Mullally, and given
a hearing before Alderman Wright
Mrs. Mullnlly charges that her hus
band hag threatened to kill her and is
an habitual drunkard.
Attorney John R, Jones appeared
for the plaintiff and Attorney Sopher
for the defendant. Mr. Sopher beoame
bondsman in the sum of $1100 for Mul
lally'i appearance for trial at next
qu irtcr sessions.
The prosecution itated that the
plaintiff is a confirmed drunkard, la a
notorious character at Diokion City
and is believe. 1 to be iutane.
AN URGENT APPEAL.
Every Lady in the City is Bound
to Attend This
Help the deatltnte.
The importance attached to tho
meeting of ladies at which Colonel E
H. Hippie will preside at 4 o'clock this
afternoon nt the Young Women's
Christian asiociatiou rooms caunot be
overestimated. It ineaiii that tho
treasury "f tho Associated Charities is
practically exhausted, and that the
women of this city are going to devise
ways and meaus to procure funds for
tho most worthy of pnrposei.
Several ladies met In the board of
health rooms early in tho week and
decided to take it upon themselves to
procure money to assist thu Aisociated
Charities in carrying ou a work, which
has kept many of the city's poor thill
far, comparatively frus from pauper
ism and consequent crime. The Asso
ciated Charities and those immediatily
Identified with today's meeting appeal,
not for themsolves but for the city's
good, that every woman attend the
gathering and leu 1 euc mragemout.
Tlier is a mistaken 1 lea that sine
the Opining of apring the poor of the
city have recouped the savings and
provisions conininsd during the win
ter ncli ii not the esse. Mm W.
H Uuggau, the Associated sharlti
agent, avers that th destitution, and
In many csiss actual sutfrlng ii as
apparent now us dnring tba winter.
More than on case extt where
mother are providing as beit lhy oai
for several chlldrau, the youngest a
nursing babe. How they abtaiu food,
pay roal ana clothe theiuselvna ia a
pr-M ::i t-j 'Jici;,-e;e Well M thi
The city poor board li doing its work
an I relieving many, but they might
have le-en engnlfed in the dutl of
'. Iiir 1 tlio b t verv ; nrp tt Ihi y
are called upon to p-rform hal it not
bn for tin A citl I'haritlea
Now that the women bav swung
int I the arena, will they bs mccelif ul?
Atteud thli meeting.
YOUNG WOMEN GYMNASTS.
Pi gram to b Ht.drd at th T. M.
C. A. vmnaalum
Th following will be the order of
extrcite f r tBO gymnaatir exhibition
of the Young Women's Christian Ao
c. alien, to bo given at ths V. M C A.
nail this evening
Military and Fancy Marching Ladles
Manual of Arm Buys
' lull fwluglng Ladle
Functus: Exerciaea Lauiet
Hoop Drill Mie
AdVMeed 1 inn Swinging
Doll DrtU'ttoiag nui to Tea.". ...Onl
I) 1-Isarte Exnrciao 1 Selc:d
sVnKli nal i'taiing
.Music will be furnlthed by Cmrad'
orchestra Tickets li."a Setts can la
riaartod witboalaztra ooat at V M c Al
ST. PAUL'S EflTERT AINMtNT.
I An Kx allaal I .- ai. i.-.t to p Hndrd
at Coll. at Hall.
An entertainment will be held under
th aneploes of St. Vincent I)e Paul 10
Btaty Ol BollOfM uext .-uu lay evening,
May 1 I
An interesting programme ba bn
irrangi I Father McNally will deliver
an ad Iron on th charities of the
ohnroh. The College hall has btx - -onrod
so a large crowd can be ices Oi -latod
The following will ba the pro
gramme Opanlag Ranaarki w a. Orady
mo m U00 Mra. William Borka
Vo al Silo selected) p. tjbeerln
lion Mi Lizii lierily
, .! Kli slcted ..Mr. W P, Hhllling
Rl tattoo Mi Kinnertv
Banja lnet.Mer. "eUaghlln ami Wolf
V'ooaJ rjolo (aaataatad) j. w. Kirov
AddrOM Kev. I. P. McNulty
Vocal Soic (SlecteP....Wni Annie Hoac'h
Kecitatlon Miss M im e llolaud
Mrs fohn .'one, Pffofaajof William
.1 hnt and Ml. Mag.i.- ,1 01.
Vocal ijlo (Selexted). . Mrs. William Uurke
Oa Dollar far ilarrtl Saved
By using the noted p. oral Wend Klour,
j tbl bIgnOst gTOdi and lnst family fl lur
f minnraotOfad. l'ed by tho.uand. Alt
your grocer for it
11. Mont.o'Mkay Co., Agents,
Ti6 W. Lackawanna avenue,
Ar W the Lowttt In Prlotsf
We,'., I goaaa, we beat them all, and law
fore purchamug come and have your eyes
and ears opened bv : our aatOOMUlg low
.ricea. Davidow llros., Ill Lackawanna
Aie tha works Of 11 Whaflbatf'
row. It should lu oikil 01100
It is 11 much liuer pioco of
mcrhaiiisiu mul should bu
oloansd and oiled every year,
to keep it iu good order.
Have il dope by
W. W. Berry
Who has had iwonty-fivo
years' experience. You will
Bad him at
Best Seta of Teeth, $s00
li eluding the painless extracting
cf teeth by an entirely now pro
cess. S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
Davidow Bros. Can Beat Ooxir,
As they have more followers, ten to one,
than Coxey's whole army.
of Ladies', Misses and children's shoes,
factory Shoe Store, 411 Lack'a ave.
I THAT DOLLAR
Tnkeia now lease of life the inlnuto
S yo" Offing It into our store. To con-
- viueu you of the truth of oar statouiaa t
ame a few price.
I Tea or Coffee Pots oT.'c: 55cup
I ''Marion Harland" Coffee Fots B5c . up
j GAS STOVES
A touch and there's tho full
Maze: another torodi.gone! Clean,
J lint pla are. 7."5c. up. Many
" slzua anil klinla.
a OIL STOVES
- ,0;'- up. Don't build a largo
5 coal lire till warm weather; It
riiak.- th whole bejuse nncon
m '"" 1
J" We lit v. Hoiuetlilng entirely now -
S BPBARti king Uange the
3 very 1st. -it wonder. (Hud to shuw you
S the pi Int. I'oruulu and eve, lt Ih not
9 to buy always.
1 HENRY BATTIN & CO. i
10 PIMM AVKNUK.
I HOUSEHOLD SPECIALISTS.
128 Wyoming Ave.
Wt :tre now dlgplayltlg
u lino line of
In COTTON. BILK and
WHAT DO 10
YISIT the PENN CLOTHING AND 8H0E HOUSE
SHOE DEPARTMENT and find anything your
fancy may wish or mind dictate. Our stock represents
the Choicest Spring Styles for Men, Women and Children
Do you want anything jn
Patent Leather, Russian Calf,
Kangaroo, Tan Goat, Tan Vici Kid,
Calf or Cordovan, in Laca, Button,
Blucher, Blucherette, Congress
and Oxfords, from
$1.25 TO $5.00
Men's Fine Russian Calf Shoes at 81. CX ); worth $2. 50
Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid Siioes at $ 1 5; worth $2,00
Evwy parohMtr of foods amoaoting to ti or over receives a
dhttooon the IVauUini PaVELOB BUIT.
nam clothing k mi boose
137 AND 139 PLNN AVENUE,
Complcto Outflttsr, SCRANTON, PA.
S. L. GALLEN,
THE CUT SEOVH HERE
Represents Banister's new
Razor Toe Last. If you want the
latest styles in Footwear trade at
BANISTER'S PRICES are a little less tba yon
are paying elsewhere for inferior goods.
BANISTER will give yon MORE for yonr money
than any Shoe House in the city. Patent Leather
and Russet Shoes in endless variety.
V (' -
Coxey's Army Can't Buy These
BARGAINS FOR TODAY ONLY
Child's Straw Sailors, wo'th
25c. and 35c. On Mon
Child's Lace Caps, regular
price 25c. to 35c. Mon
Child's Mull Hats, our reg
ular price, 25c. Mon
These Bargains for
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
We will give all a chance.
This sale will continue
for the remainder of the
Look at This
We will offer for bal
ance of week a 40c.
Trimmed Sailor For 19c.
Also a Black Clay
Worsted Coat, with
moire trimming, latest
cut, worth $14, For $6.00.
You can have your
choice of 100 Capes and
Coats for $2.98,
Worth from $7 to $15.
Don't miss this chance. It
will last for the remainder of
this week only.
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIME BANK.
UAwim !jnMijjin lm
Boys' Kilt Suits, regular
price $1.35. Monday,
Men's and Boys' Straw
Hats, worth 35c. to 50c.
Special Bargains in Flow
ers and Ribbons.
ONE DAY ONLY.
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