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THE 8CEANT0N TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 15, 1894.
Ml Tilings Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
And always have
-lAXLTAi-'TrKPl) AND FOtt SALE TO
THI TBAD1 BI
The Weston II Co,
LEW ARE 0? COUNTERFEITS !
E. Se Co ,
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
ml i.i UUUOK MIVAKIb
DR. H. B WARE
EYK. BAB KOBE AND THBOAX
ma boobs ili?
3 WYOMING AVE.
W, I: Storri is s
udlng low days in
M and Mrs K I- Teal ape-it Sunday at
u. :i Carpenter, of Wilkoo-EUurro, was
X. K. Revvreon, of Binghamton, waa
yectoidajr la the city.
District Attorney Veimr, of Bradford
cruntv, ii in th rity yostrrilay.
In lojt .Tolin A. Sittser, of Tu'iWhannorl;.
will precede at court No. 1 Jurtnii tl.a
John If, iiaTis linn returned from Pitta
Wr. where be atteudfd !hu Tutted Stales
Cbarle Mril illeti, Cherlaa Srhlac'r and
I. F. Mi-Ksrge aro at Waabingtou,' X. t,
for a few nays.
k C. Hrlden, of New York, architect of
the BOW Anthracite hotel at Cartxrtidale,
is at the Wyoming.
J. I'. o'. of V8Q Wyoalag avenue, and
Tames Swift. nt the Seventh Ward, have
been anriointt d si ei iul policemen bv Mavor
Mr. and .Vrs. John T. 1'nrter, of thU
arty, and Mre. Cbarleo Boblagor, of Blag
bain ton, will leave for Europa on May H
for a two moot a' trip
D. W. Beiain,aftar ipaadlog thre week's
vacation with his paranta, I f: tbfal tn iru
ng to fill an ancaMmont at tlm (lirard
Avenue theater. I'liilailelpbia.
Edward Hourne. of Philadelphia, an In.
snranee man well known here, has re
turned from Florida, where he had bt u
spending the winter, ai d will resido at the
Wyoming during the Miuuner.
CITY OFFICERS WILL jaURNEV.
Invitation Acciptod to Visit Handler'
Qiany ut Avoca
Tomorrow morning about forty fiva
city officera will le.ivo on the 9 o'clock
Delaware and Hudson train in a ipac
inl car to visit by invitation of Joseph
Handler hla stone qiwrryoii tho Lohtgb
Valley cut-off, about seven miles from
Avoca, Urndford count v.
Tue party will be j lined ut Wilkes
Iierre by a party of Luzarno county
officials and will be taken to h'.ur
flow, the blghatt point ou the moun
tain above Wilkes-Darre.
Mr. Hendlar has m ule completo ur
rangeiuhnt for the entertaiuiuent of
the party during the day. Tney will
return during the a van log.
Tim board of control dcoided at last
night's meeting to accept in a bodv
Mr. Ilmllr'rt invitation.
Thay Hav Oons Down
Tbot is prices at Guernsey Brother
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
The appointment of Patrick Henry br
deputy constable m Old Forge township
was yesterday approved by court.
Michael Ilaznay was yesterday appoint
ed assistant assessor in tho borough of
Winton to (111 a vacancy until the next
Elocutions to the amount of $1,257.82
Were yesterday entered against If, A, fj ,r.
uell, a dealer in furnishing goods in tho
North End. They were-issued at the In
stance of Pomphrey fc Morton, of Now
Clerk of the Courts Thomas dispensed n
great deal of happiness vesterday if one is
to judge by hi marriage ducket. Licenses
were glvou to John P. Lorenz, of Dun
moie, and Mary Kraft, of Arcbbald; Pat
rick Mullen and Bridget Cnnavan, of Ml
nooka; Patrick Lynn and Bridget Caw
ley, of Scran ton; Joseph Higgins aud Jen
nie Morgan, ot Carhondale; Christopher
Mitten and Augusta Jones, of Carbondale;
and Charles Craig, of Peckvllle, and Efllie
BllviuB, of Forest City.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
HEWS OF WEST SIDE
Events of Interest to Tribune Reads:
THE WASHBURN STREET CHURCH
Workmen Engaged in Razing the
Edifice, Which Will Be Replaced by
a More Beauliful Structure Meet
ing of the Hyde Park Literary So
cietyFire Yesterday Morning in a
Double Dwelling Other News.
The Wt Sido office of th BOBAMTOM
lRtBUNI is locutod lit 1040 Jackson Itreet,
where eutwrripttoiia, advertleetnenta unit
roiiununicatioua will receive urouiiit at
tuition. Tomorrow workmen will begin to
detnollall the Wnabbnm Street l'roa
byterian churcli, prepntory to tho
erection ot tho oonteuiplatoil new
structure. Tne money for the
replncinit o( this obntoh is en -ttteljf
collected, but this win the
Lediee' Aid society oooneoted with tae
obarob between the hours of 4 to
8 o'clock, 8rri) n furewall tapper, coin
priflag tue following couises:
Vtttt Course Clam broth with banquet
Sccouii Course Cold roast veal, bam,
HtunVil "'IK, lettuce, wiilcr
cresa, 'oaallopotl potatoes,
tea, bltCtlU and bread.
Third Course t'uke, 00 It OA, fruit.
Following the FUper will ba Leld n
oolal hi vrbioh cream and cake will be
served. Supper tickets goat 86 outs
Tho Waal) burn Street oboroh was
dftdioatod in 1 161 by Dr. J. A. C.ark, its
first jastor. who is now a prominent
Presbyterian divitie in Connecticut
Tho congregation which ha wor
shipped tn it for nearly a generation
nan not with flittering growth, One
of its previous utombori end graduate
ialtev. lJr. Daviea.now Bllinai Mr How
ord Croeby'a old pulpit i.i Now York
YeaUrdai '1 Fire.
Soon after 11 o'clock ytster
mg a lire broke out 111
dwelling octuple I b L
M K 'ene,
proprietor of a j iwelry shop on Jac!on
t rest. The fire alarm soumUl from
box M at the corner of Lickawanna
alio Main avunu. Tba Hie was origi
nated iu the npp-r story by a smalt son
of Mr Keen', arbo, ou returnliu
home (r 1:1 (chool, want apataln and
set the straw nattTOOa of the bed 0:1
tire. The Frankli i Bngina com;, n y
extlngniabad tbaflimaa with the use
ol ObamloaU, Tue home is owned by
D M. Jones, of South Main avenue.
Tba loss to th property will be about
100 fully covarul by insurance The
damtca 10 tba (nrnltara will raiob SS,
Mr. Keene had no iBlOraDCI on Ins
I. is houvabold 1 iT.ct
On to Altonn.
W. (rnylord Thotn,( ' apttlo t'owles,
J K. Th mas, Mr Van N rt, rtpra
enting the (lloba, Lincoln, Blocam
and U bert Burn lodges of odd Fal
lows, left ut 0 o'clock faatarday morn
mg for Altoon, arbara thay will act us
delegate at tin mealing of ha gran I
lodge In connection with the lady
lodgta, Daughters of Robakab anl
Wnhuetah, Mr, (ieorge W. BklllhOTO,
Mra Qtorga Millett tad Mn Edward
Bwartz are attending
Two Ch Uran li.j.irid.
Morle Tnomas, a fOQng girl who re
side wiih barpttwta on Corbottara-
titi1, was liittn tiv a ilog while return
ing from No. 81 achool yesterday after
noon. The dog Is owned by a fainilv
naiiiid BloktL residing un Sonth Main
avenue, and the anilii il
K'a-'h in the ifirl'a leg.
dueled the injury.
male a deep
jured by being
br a Ball.
of 1'MleVtie. was In
struck with a ball
from (Co, It achnol
yeater lav V iiiuir He 10 WU Watch
ing a gnr.e of ball in an adjoining
field When a foul itrlka waa male in
the little fellow' dir ci in and he waa
Knocked down by fie iplier.
Nichol.-W,b.'r Nap tall.
Th home of Hav L C Floyd. D I).,
of the Sim paon Episcopal cnurch. was
yesterday tue tcvii of the tniirrugs of
a couple of mature age. The contract
log partiea Were William Nich ls of
Lafayette etreet, and Mrs. Webetar, of
Bdwardl court They will enter into
married life iu a newly furoUbed bOBM
on North Bromltjf avenue.
Sbmt Nin N tae
A m ating of th" Byde Park Literary
and Debating society waa held last
evening in tho rootne ou South Mai n
avenae, The meeting will cIobj on
the last .Monday evening of tin month,
wlthaepeata) programme Too ofiic
ora will be elected now ao aa to call
the meftinga again in the fall aeaaon.
The Kepiibllcnii OOaVeOtton tn nomi
nate a candidate for tho legislature
trom the ffirgl Legislative district will
be held at St. David'a lull on North
Main avenue tbia afternoon ut I
The employe of tho Capouso colliery
will l,u paid tulay.
The Columbia Hose company will
hold 00 adjourned meeting tbia even
Ing in the company' ; ..i; on Oiviaion
Edgar Twining, oubleroftbe First
National bank of Munch Chunk, spent
the Subbath with friuu la on Swetluud
l!y an ni-animoua vote of tho mem
bers of the Simpson Metbodiat church,
it waa dedded to hereafter place no
rent upon the pews which are now
free to the public.
Lackawanna council, No. UN Hoyal
Arcanum, will meet this evening at
7,80 o'clock at the comer or Main ave
nue and Jackson atreet. where it ipeolaj
car will convey then to tho South
Side lodge, Eleotrie City council, whete
an entertaiumont and eociul will be
Hyde Park lodge, Older of Tonti.
will bold a meeting in ELarl Garia hull
on North Main avenue on Thursday
evening, It will be a union meeting
at which T. V. Kyle, ot Plttaton, will
Miss Lulu Morgan, of Jackion street,
hue returned from lib otnsburg where
she has been visiting her sister. .Mi-s
Memo Morgan, at the Normal school.
The Yonng Peoplo's Literary nnd De
bating society of the First Welsh Bap
tiat church, will close ita meeting for
the Buuiuier tomorrow evening by
rendering a special progrotntne. Dur
ing the Inst season the society hits
taken up the works of nine po-te, and
at the entertainment tomorrow even
ing a review will tie held. Tee meet
ing will be free to everybody.
P. J. O'Donnell, who recently con
ducted n hotel on Scrantoti street ,
now tho proprietor of tho Excbung
hotel, Duumore Cornara. The house
baa been newly painted and papered,
and with Tommy O'Donnell aa oaterr
one may be aure of D.-iug well erved.i;
NEWS OF THE GUARD
City Companies of the Thirtesnth to Go to
Uonesdale on Tomorrow.
WILL PARADE ON MEMORIAL DAY
Claude C. Conkling Appointed Adju
tant of the Second Battalion Tho
Kirmcss of Company E at Hones
dale During the Week to B3 Well
Patronized by Mambars of the
Regiment and Their Friends Dick
son Rifle Rane to Ba Opened This
Colonel Rinple issued tliois orders
the past v,-ek :
HUAbyl'AltTKUB ISTII KKOISUNT, J
Third Bbioadb, n. u. p.
BOBAirro!, Pa., May 7, MM, )
Baglmantal Orders No. VJ;
I. Au invitation having been extended
this regiment by tho executive committee
of kirmosa and fair of k aompauy, Thlr
taaotb regiment, to visit Qoneadala on
Wednesday, May 10, freo transportation
baviug been gener rnaly tarnlabad by
Qaorga B. Bnittb, auperintandant of the
Erie and Wyoming Valley company, for
the excursion, the several companies of the
regiment resilient in tins city will as
semble at the armory of the Brranton City
Uuard at 1 o'clock p. tn. that due, in light
marching order, nnlaaa the day should
stormy, 111 which case great coats will bj
II. Assembly, Ll5j adjutout's oull, L80
III. The battalion drills ordered for Mny
15 and ), mil beobaogedto regimental
drill at Uonesdale 011 May 10.
By order of
CoLomu, K. II. Kit'i'LK,
W. S. MlLbAB, A.ijutant.
UJtADQuAMTIIUI ISTH KKOIHRNT,
T mini UniUADB, Mi Q
BOHARTOR, Pa.. May 7,
BegtmeBtnl Order Ma I81
I. In honor f tbeooeaaloo, ti id regiment
will parade on May goto, Memorial Day,
Il Begimantal ami battuli Bald and
ftalf 1 ftleeis, wnnted ii',ti-e'im-ii -si n.-d
staff', drum ee: ps and c iiiipini A, B. C,
D, F nd 11 will aateuible at the aarantoa
Lity Uoard armory at 1.15 p m. iu lulu
msribiug order, gieat coats wid lie v. rn
111 case of at, miy Weather, Assembly will
be sounded at 1. M; adju'.itul c dl at 1. 10
Ill Cni auica E and (.1 are hereby
gie.. paarioiaalon to parade at lb 'ir re
ipes live statious.
IV. The pa n t -m which iotplrea the
men of t hla regimeat to aerve their sta e
10 loyally win alio laaptra th.m tn show
honor to the brave men wiiose da voted
strvioo and aaeriOoei aaa prsearved aaa
nation, and give thla one day ol the year
to the eeremontaa incident to tha m -mury
of cur lllmtritraa dead.
By order ol
Coloxbl BaaA u. Rirru.
W B, Mil I ill. Ad; it.llit.
HkAisjOAirriaa itrn RaoimarTi 1
TniRD BaiOADB. N. ti. P.
Si aamoa, Pa., Hay I SPA 1
(bagtmeatal hdei Kc it.
Begimantal Bargaaat Ifajor Chrad (X
Cooking having ben appoinied ailjuta it
oftbeoMond baHaHoB, vtee Adjataat A
K Dvtweller, realgned, hi appolntmeot la
hereby approved He w ill im roapeot 1
and ube)el accor.iii ,ly. ity orde'ra
Colo an, Esaa 11. Rot
W, K. MltXAB, A !julaiu.
IT IS ROW ADJl TANT 0010(1010,
In tba appotntflMBl of Claud C.
Conkling to adjataat of the cond
b.iiLillon, Mj r Whitney has male a
wis- nnd element aeleriton which bi.s
not only mat the ajipror.il of Colooel
Hippie but pl-is. ire rank an I ble of
the ragtiueuta.well AdjotantCookllng,
aa tirgeaat major ol tue regiment, bj
in conedentlooa and aoldwrly atten
ticn to duty, hi. n.wa won the
iiluudit ot ins aup.riora Adjutant
Millar ha ha B04 beeltatad to say that
Adjataat Obnkllog ws the v,rybet
sergeant ntej r the regiment v, r
boaatad of, and it will be hard to till
hnpl .ee .: 4 It. -rat.- !..
1 alpine, a well as nta prompt attesllon
to dut) , bare e irne i Rim the dlatl no
li 00 uf a model rol 1 1 r In tba i.rom. -
1. II. -LI1... ,1... -
u' hi a e I a ill. I i.i i 1 , 1,1 pi
a good ollic-r i'hu 'eroi.d battalion is
fortunate in ee tiring so g.-ol an adj l-t.in.--ot.e
ao we, tilted fir the p ;
tion. The regtmeot, a a whole, t to
to i- mgr itu'ute I upon the ippointni nt
of bergeat Major Conkling to adjutant
ol the acoood battalioa
AT 11 ON I IDAU
Tne ngunent w.ii tal;e a day off
tomorrow and will in all Hi mar
tial bearing pari b ' -tret a o(
llotuadale for Ihe a liniratioii of the
thousands of Hoacedalen ami out of
town folk who will gather to are the
f hid- u regiment an I do bo.ior to the
kirmeaa of fompny F. which ia a
component part t tue rairimeot Th
aveoing parade ot t ie regiment oppo
site t ie vrayoe Coaoty hotel will b an
iinuaual attraction, aa verr pmple of
Horn a :ale nuianln of the members ol
OoUpM E have ever 8'hii a rrgl
menial parade under tba new r. ul i
tiona. Colonel Hippie, the field and
the entire staff w.ii iu moootad, the
mounts beitiii kindly litrni.bed ! r M i
Jot Whitney Members of ihe ngi-
tnent will imam ble at the Bcranton
Qty guard armory at l p. m iimor-
row and will leave the Erie anl Wyo
ming Valby railroad depot at .'o'clock
harp, arriving nt llotuadale at 8.S0,
'I be return trio Mill be made loaviog
lloneadale al 11 o'clock p in. Aa there
are a great many frleodl of the regi
llieut who would like U visit Hones
dale ou Ibl an-iiicioua occasion,
ttapfrintendent George H. Smith
will hav attaohed to the regi
mental train two extra conch a
for Ihe iicrouioniition of those who de
sire to see the kiruit -a nt a I educed rill
for the round trip Company E and its
legion of lady friends under the man.
aireiuent ol .Miss BtOWaft ale Working
bard to novo e? erytblug in abin chape
for the opening ol IbeglrmeM thia af
ternoOO. There seems to be a wide
rpread interest maolfeated by the citi
eni of Houeadale In Company E und
ita kirmeaa. which co mut ne!p bat re
sult well, for both Company B deserves
the awlttaaoa of every member of the
regiment iu ita laudable ambition to
rid lis baiidauuie new arnioiy of debt,
and It it to be hoped there will be no
stay at homes next Wedm-ndiv. Tie
dancel aa arranged by Mm Stewait
are most beautiful mid Intaraating, Bo
aide. Hotieadale'a beanlifnl girla will
dispense Iroiu booths, 11 iwera, bon bonrl
icecream, and fancy urticlea; and i'
will be a happy combination of duty
and pleasure to pntroniz the UtmeM
of Company B Faro for the round trip
to non-memhera of the regiment will
be $1 25.
BHOliT BITS OF NgWO,
In the death of (leiienil Robert P.
Deobert, the Nationnl Guard of Ponn
aylvuniii has lost another one of Ita best
aobliers and udvieere, nnd tlm lirst bri
gade a gallant and popular comtnan
Tberifl- rango ut Dickson City will
be opeued this week. Why not qualify
every member ol the regiment before
Tho commisaion of Captain Moir,
C nnpany C, expired Tuead.iy. It ia
gene rail v hopi il that the genial cap
tain will accept a re-olectlau and
give Company C five years Mi ir.
NOTES IF SOUTH SI
Hi.ptune Engine Ccnipany Will Soon
Have a New Steamer.
HE DIDN'T THINK IT WAS LOADED
But He Found Out the Difference
Afterward The Schools of Lacka
wanna Township Will Have Only a
Nine Month Term and Will Close
June I Funeral of Mrs. Margaret
Feeney Shorter Paragraphs,
The contract of building the new
iteamer for the Keptnne Engine cotu
piny was awarded tn the Americm
Fire Engine Manufacturing OOtnpai y
Ol Si-neci Falls, N Y. It will be 1110
deled aftr the l itest p litems of the
Claim A Joues make and be sitnil r to
the ben style of engines now in ue by
the fir departments of N-w York and
Chicago, The Neptono Eugtna com
pany is the fifth Oldeat volunteer fire
Organic itiOD in the city and has a
record of which it can well be proud.
Lately the members celebrate I the
twentieth anniversary of tho birth of
th' ir org tnli nion with a very elaborate
benqaot, which w,m also meant r n
baptism for the new teener. When it
arrlvee, iu not le, probably, than :x
moutba, the Naptanea will be n well
iqaipped as uuy other organiz uiou In
the city and the rtaolution formed ia
to etiive and Improve on its already
LucV..V,-inna Tewmliip Scbiola lo Clo
The icho il dirvotori of L.vkiw mna
towneblpat the regular monthly meet
ing held last night oonoluded to cloia
the eobooll on June 1, in ,king the
term but nine mou tba Lackawanna
towuehio la one ol the woaltbleal cor.
poratlone iu tbti st ite; but tin veer it
appeare that the tobool funds are al
ready exhuueted, and money will have
to ha borrowed to lill oat even the enr
t illed term, Oaacoouotol the erec
tion ot tlia lavmr iiorougn an l tin- an
nexation of li ilevjo to the olty, Ibeae
two valuable BeCtlOOa will not con
tribiiiu any taxes for lue coming term.
The atate a; propnation will also be
u,u -li leis, mi 1 the dlrectoti agreed
lb it Ihe schools k;it o;pen tor the full
term would involve tho lowaabip too
d s, l In debt
lie go end The- It Wei Leaded
M ittiiia Bebrader, n v u'ig una liv
ing on the mountain abovj t o Erie
and Wyomiog r ilroad track, waa
stiot iii the tblffh Sunday afternoon by
anotb-r yoong in .11 u imad l're I salir i
der, li was limply an dhr "didn't-know-tt-waa-loaded"
had a revolver WbiOh lie was willing fo
bypothtoate into caah and Kred wai
willing to become the owner of ih,-
tire arm Hot u a J mined to the back
of the lot to teat the pfeoiaioa of the
weapon. Neither of them I.' mghl li e
r v ilver wia loaded i but 11 waa, an 1
hfatthiaa was r nviaoed oC th- foot
when to bullet I track BltU, He was
:akii 111 aaarriag' ,i' Ot, K dVaoffla
1 wbaie the I a leu tnissilo wn 1 1 ,0 1
for and removed
r I. I tar I'e'aa-raiihe.
Mr. anl Mrs j ejeph Beeea, ol Kv
ser Valley were visiting Foreman
I'lhomaa it LoVOring and fam::y, ot
1 Ireenwc I, it-r lar
Tae rxcur, 011 end jic-ilc of the
Scran ton Athletic club on Jane II t
l a. view will b vry lrgly Otlendo ,
jnlging from the nuitiK-r ol to kete or
lae o eion which have been 'U-; M I
of, T: e aommittee oa i me im made
evrv effort la furt.iai. Aral cl .a tventi
0 healthy paatiOM as I all who attend
are guarai.t' d a da ,, po . i:e
Mi Anna Lovariog, ol Qreonwood.
,,. , , m , . , . -,,,, ,,,.u,4- nt oe,
-.. l ui
M;s K.U Doheriv, a t-nrh.-r at No. I
ol, ii not able In attend lo her
dutlet through llUeea,
Agnea, tn S-moatha oil .'.aiigiiier ol
e b i Keiley, of ,;',u Hiver t-. -et, will
b barb l tins aftera a at '-' i ol ck in
Byde Park cetnetery.
lie- i aa tail club of Oolambaj
OOaucll. V' ung Men'- Iustttutt, dial
leagea the elnb of O'Oonaell ooanoil,
Ulnooke, io a gam, lime au l place to
lie i.ere .(Til agree : il 1 1 i . i
M'a Margaret Feooey, of ins rvloa
BVeuUe, di d Sunday al tne ago Of II
yeara. Bhohad n-n ill but a abort
lime Funeral will ocenr thiamornlog
at U o'clock wiln a uinsi of requiem at
st. Peter'i enthedral toterment in
Hyde Park cetnl ..
The uiiml -rs of Electric! City coun
cil, Hoyal Aruooum, will not aaaemble
at their roomi and form m line to pa
rade to the entertalnm ut at Q irm una
ball. That idea haa beau abandoned.
Mit.iiwrs, therelora, will go trom t lelr
bomaa to the boll al any lime It suite
BAKbR Hf NC.IH BRANTI0 AN APPEAL
Cae Wl 1 It Ileaid at N x: Aigument
Henry Hi ngler. the Lackawanna
avenue baker, who waa arreeted by
Hev Mr. Don for Belling etala water
on the Sabbath, waa yeotorday granted
an appeal by Julgo Bdwardl :u chain
Mr. Hengler WM represented by A.
D Dean I lis motion was not resisted
by Mr. Deny and Judge E lwards there
upon I 'sued an order pTinitttng the
d fen lent to enter an appeal to the
court o! quarir wnlonaon payment
of the legal eosia a corned and In giv
ing bail in the sum ol "0 ,'or ill ooal
that mav accrue on the upp -al and that
defendant will proa1 cute bis anpe.il to
I.i cob Schbiger beitiime Mr Honglor '.
uroty, Tho caao will conn-up n; tin
next aesion of nrgiini tut 0001 1 when it
is probable the sta-n ol the Rev. Mr.
Dony'a plan of oampalgn will be deter
TO BEGIN BUSINESS TlllNISELWiS
Strlkirrr BfioUayere Will Oiganlzi Into
a Co-' psrative A n-clatlon.
The union pi latarera and brlcklayori
of this city, who are out on llrlke, con
template forming a co-operative aaao-
elation for the purpose of executing
c uitriicte for brlok laying, plastering,
stone laying and other worlc Indepen 1
nnt of the contractora aivl bulldera who
wore until recently their emplojnra
Beadqaartora have bean opened In
the Huo building ou Wyomtugavenue
William Johii'on, praaldeui of the
union, who will net ns bead of the as
sociation, aiiya the men will at once go
Into bust'irss for thenteslvaa and pro
s' into a ayctematia cnnvnss for work.
Now lms heaebaraa i f the kkystoxr ho
ii lb. foraierly oaUoJ the Iroaa Keys, oorner
Broaley av. and Bwetland. A roil lino el
liiituorn, Uoer, Ale mid Fine Clam's will be
k 'pt In sloeli. Mj. Phillips will bo pie i. It o
greet bla many Irlende who will mvor hiaa
with a cull.
MUCH INTRST IN THE HANOICAP.
Mauy crantonianb Will Attend the Big
Raos r.t Qrav33eud.
There ia a good deul of local interest
in the outcome of tho Brooklyn handi
cap nt Gravesand today, A number of
Scrsntouians left for New York yester
day for the purrnse of attending the
At the Eioctrio Nawa Trausfor com
puny Major Juok Ureen was buay all
day raeordiuii quotatloni en the handi
cap. Major Braen gave us bis opinion
that if the ilay is fair, Basaitluw or
Henry of Navarro would be likolv to
finish atthe frout. With a muddy track
the chanoee favor lili iz n or Herald,
either of wiioui is n probable winner,
Besdleston ft Woerz'a and Eallantine'a
Ale., are the best. E, J V aLuu, ajtiuu, H
Seen the Latest
Neapolitan Ware? It
is the Most Artistic
If you icant a good car-
riagc you should see
-r- is rs
1 Yin m ot s"
liiU 1 OwU
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
"One Coat lakes
Them IM Like Hew"
Umeb it.- up aa l fl i
nr foreh aetra, ti
W i h nn i- ; ,t
iraii.rurui tb-ia In t,
ampbeir Variii-di Btatna,
taiaa iu tae aiarkel i. r
i ikiai ruraltur liar'.en
aby fan Imfe i ate,, etc,
. H Ua aid Vaeatata an, l
i heaatUal taaltatiaa uf
Oak, Roaeeeood, Vlalnut,
Vermill.on and Ebony
Pat on in Plat aa.l ltlf fiat i o.-
Oa eoretc ret Caaicbatl .a t yea w.ii not be
To Obtain Satisfactory Results
with Ready-Mixed Pa nts
- ISE TI1E-
LUCAS TINTED GLOSS
K raaa - by ear actecn
a, r.'4-e 1 trad ' 1.1 tli -
Call or eenil for a s.tmrd etrd ahowing eel
are aaa artta fall inatrv Uonaaal (atlnutHai
Boat el heeut.rjriiia- jar a m aud suiiujlJ
323 Lackawanna A
A97 T nVfl wanna Avn
Ttii uuuAUiiuiiiiu n.u.
435 SPRUCE STREET
BIOYCLB8 AND SPORTING
tor, Uonilr.m. l.ellos.', I.ovell. Ilialllem'
ana inner vi
IP all hi:st VABIBTiaa
And nil Idndg GABDEfl
BEBDS iu balk and In pack
Now on sale for 25ca or given
away with purchase of every suit.
Handsome line of Spring Overcoats
and the Nobby "Bell" Cutaway Suits
Martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Ciothiers,
At.( VS Lackawanna Ave. "
LL OFFER FIVE SPEGUL BRiVES !
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY. I
500 Ladiei' Lace Trimmed Eats in all the
I popular shades, regular price $d,00; for
50 don, Sprays of Flowers
I oi'S, regular price 50c; for
I 45 doz Sprays of Fiowcrs,
I regular price $1.00; for
I 50 doz. Extra Long, Full Regular Ilerms.
iH dorf Dye, Ladies' Hose, regular price 39c ;
1 3 lor - - - -
S 100 Pair Nottingham Laco Curtains, our
5 regular $5-00 Curtain; for
TIi.m- r.-", i; iNtminn t town; Wilko Harro
in bMO br; WK luvo Im-n hio; re art
hrro; wn Will bt eV'iP. Airrn wo t-ay, hl
in on u &vA f wr cmiot uliow ytra tho flr.tt
I of IM t rCLVM AMI RafORI IN;
i.ioiv ..nlaro ortl nt livre bteolt ul
th-nanytt b r ttr.u m tlu' ity, wj will tafcl
) OQ tO the Sill) We
Y. M. Q A. BUILDIKQi
by a rider
Has the Agency
e st .
.. - i 1- t !'' l,vi.lj
in at PfMeM Um
Miul Ioiin!r bliI I'n-ferroiJ hr
WarorootTs: DppOlltl Coiunfcus Monument,
20A Woshlnttrv ' v Prr.rtrn.Pa.
i 1 jNs s6Q
in colors black
and blue, for
Sell, Sell, Soli, is the order
of tho day.
Imported Clay Jackets, rut,
Stylo and W ork the best of
(he tailor's art A rednotioa
of 50 Per t'i nt. See this offers
inej of High-elan Jackets.
Your size, is here,
i" cloth, Morie SUk, Covet
Coin end Lace. Many rtytai
and prices that will please you.
Printed Duck end Serges,
Strip: d end Spot Patterns..
Ymi onght to have one. TIiq
prioe, $3.50 to $7.50.
G. W. Owens & Co.
Cloak and Suits Maliora,
Court Hot'so Square.
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