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THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MAT 29, 1894.
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au inmgs musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
ALL PRIC K
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston ill Co,
EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE BENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
B. & Co.,
Imprlnipd "ti Enoh Clqar.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
;. I HOUtf I A KK.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR, NOSE AJS'D THROAT.
135 WYOMING AVE.
Grant Herring, of Bloomsburg, was In
the city yesterday.
Alius Anna Roche, of Gibson street, Is
the guest of frionds iu Ilawiey.
Miss Laura Gilrny, of Archbald, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Andrew Campbell.
Frank M. Fox. proprietor of the new
Anthracite Hotel, at Carbondale, is at the
Miss Ella Beers, of Carbondale, is visit
ing ! er cousin, Miss Agnes Callahan, of
Albert T. Post, of Jlontroso, n medical
student at the University of Pennsylvania,
is engaged at the Lackawanna hospital.
Judjre R W. Archbald will leave the
city tomorrow on a somewhat extended
drive about the country. Wednesday he
intends to put up at tho Christman House,
in Milford, and Thursday night at Kittan
ing Hotel, Water Gap. Friday evening be
will seek , shelter at some Jlount Pocono
hostelry and Saturday will return home.
r. W. C. A. NOTES.
The excursion under the nusDices of tho
Young Women's Christian association to
Farview next Thursday will have many
attractive features. The tennis courts
will le freeto membors of the party, and
nn entertaining programme iu the pavil
ion will provide a pleasant hour. Lunch
at a nominal price will bo served at noon
Tickets can bo obtained at Sanderson's
B elle and Seeloy's and at tho Young Wo
men's Christian Association rooms.
A musicale will be given at the Young
Women's Christian Association rooms
Tuepday evening, to which tho girls and
young women or the city are invited. Ad
mission fiee to members and 10 cents to
Members of the Young Women's Chris
tian association desiring to uso the tenuis
courts can now arrange hours by aoulviiiL'
at the office. b
Central Libor Union Contributes.
At a meeting of the Central Labor
union held last night $10 was contiibuted
to assist tho Btriking soft coal miners.
The efforts of Peter AlcDermotfr and
ThomaB Met. bee, representing the strik
ing miners, who are now in the city to
raise money, were endorsed and they
were recommended to the kindly consid
eration of the people of the city. Thus
far tha committee has met with little
success in its work of collecting money.
New Church Optnod.
The Evangelical Lnthoron church, of
North Scrauion, near Providence road
and Court street, was opened Sunday for
regulur services by Kov. H. Bronson Rich
ards. Iroin this time there will be ser
vices regularly, twice on Sunday also on
Wednesday evening as well us Suuday
school. To all these services the public is
invited. 1 he seats aro free and a hearty
welcome will be extended to all.
Killing- Wai Accidental.
Coroner Kelly and a jury held an inquest
at Mayfleld last night on the body of John
tshea, who was killed at that place Satur
day night by an electric car. The verdict
of the jury exonerated the mi,,p,.,., --a
conductor from all blame in connection
with the accident.
Tones Wm Cruel to Hie Wife.
William Jones, of Brick avenue, who
was arrested Saturday and charged by his
wife with cruel treatment wus fined 8a by
Alderman Fuller In yesterday's police
court. Jouog has been arrested on the same
Beadle & Woetz'i and Ballan tins'
Alee are the best. E. J. Walsh, Agent,
S3 Lnckawau na nvonue. ee
Would yon ride on a railroad that uses
no danger signals? That cough Is a signal
of danger. The safest cure is Dr. Woou's
Norway Pine Syrup. Sold by all dealers
on a guarantee of satisfaction.
Closing Exorcisss of the Hyde Park Literary
and Dramatic Society.
CHARLES T. MILLER INJURED
He Fell from a Building on Which He
Was Working -Oxford Mine Idle on
Account of a Break in the Machin
eryClosing Social of the Iroquois
Club Proposed Musical Competi
tionPersonal and News Notes.
The West Side office of the Scranton
Tribune Is located nt 1010 Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
coniniuuictttious will receive prompt at
teution. The Hyde Park Literary and Dj
batiug society held thair closing exer
cises last evening in the Welsh Philo
sophical society rooms on South Main
avenue. John R. Elwurds, the newly
elected president, ocenphd the cluir
Aftet the busiueis of the lofei'tjr had
been dispensed with, CharUs E. Dan
iels introduced the following resolu
tion in regard to the illness of Haydn
Resolved, That the Hyde Park Literary
and Debating society iu final Bcssion ou
May 28, 1804. extend to our most esteemed
and respected member, W. Haydn Evans,
our sympathy iu this the time of his ill
ness, ana express our hopes that ho will
soon be with us again.
1 lie first feature of the programme
was a history of the society by Howard
I ivies and Charles E. Daniels. A short
time whs then devoted to reciting
verses of poetry from memory. Re
freshments of cake, fruit and ice creum
were tiien served ud the remainder of
the evening given to social converse,
Emersou Osveu, the popular youug vo
calist, rendered several selections, ac
compauied by Gorge T. Griffiths on
the lui j . Speeches were made and
the heartiest good will prevailed as
tho members bade each other adieu to
meet in September.
Fell from the Roof.
Charles T. Miller, proprietor of a
store on Diamond avauue, met with a
serious injury yesterday at noon. Mr.
Miller is erecting a handsome dwelling
ou that thoroughfare, and was work
nig near the roof painting a part nf the
building when in some unaccountable
manner he missed his foothold and fell
to the ground, a distance of Dearly
forty feet. Whn picked op he was
nncouecious, and the first impression
was that be was dead. Mr. Miller was
removed to his home where medical
aid was snuimoued. It was found that
his elbow was broken, shoulder dislo
cated and nukle sprained. He is ulso
inju.'id internally, hut to what extent
cannot yet be learned.
Told in a l-' .w Lines.
The Oxford mine was idle yesterday
on account of the breaking of a cog
wheol counseled with the breaker
machinery. It is expected that re
pairs will be made iu time to start up
i his morning.
Thomas Williams (Eos Cynon) will
lead a male party at Lake Ariel on
July 4 in the competition in "Com
rades iu Arms,'' for a prizs of $S0; aud
Daniel Ihoinas will, at tue same
plact, lead a choir of mixed voices in
the competition of ' 'Father, Whose
Almighty Power." for a prize of $300.
The lronnois Social club gave their
closiug social Ust evuning in Meats'
hall. 1 lie room was bountifully deoor
ated and a pleasant time was had
About fifty couples were present.
Henry G. Reese, one of the survivors
of the Johnstown flood in 1889, gave a
stereoptican lecture pertuiuing to the
disaster to a Jatgo audience in the
Jackton Street liaplUt church last
Enterprise lodge, No. 21, Loyal
Knights of America, will meet at
Clark's hall thu afternoon at 1.30
o'clock to attend the funeral of the
lute John R. Edwards.
Miss Julia Drum, of Honesdale, is
visiting Mr. aud Mrs. James A Mel
lon, of lentil street.
iveyslone Iodg, No. 37. Loval
Knights of America, will banquet this
evening m JUears Hall.
Fhe wedding of Mils Cora Lavina
Lershnor und Joseph Evans is an
nounced to take place nt the home of
the young lady s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Korshusr, of South Main
avenue, on June 20.
A juvenile cantata entitled "Dream
of Fuiryland" will be giv-n tomorrow
evening In the Plymouth Concrscn
iionai cnurcn Dy tno young people of
tne nonaay school. The price of od
mission will he 15 cents.
Richard Williams, inside foreman at
the Continental mine, und Mr Green,
outside foreman, have been reinstated,
alter a suspension or a week.
Daniel Mohr, of Philadelphia, who
has been vidting ou North' Sumner
avenue returned yesterday.
Mrs. A. A. Lindabury, of South
Muin avenue, wno has tieen sick for
the past week, is convalescing.
William D. Joins, of Carbondale, is
visiting his brother. H D. Jones, on
North Hyde Park avenue.
The luneral of Mrs. Martha Taylor,
of First street, Blakvly, will occur this
afternoon Irom tho family residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Savacole, of
Stroudsburg, are guesis at the home of
E. B. Houser, ou South Hyde Park
The Franklin Fira company receivod
their new team of horees yesterday,
which were purcnnsid from Frank
Scott. The animals aro of fine appear
ance, ond have good speed aud will be
used for hauling the steamer.
The 6-yenr-old son of Officer John
Sal try was bitten on the leg by a vie
ious dog belonging to Joseph Stewart.
The boy's leg was badly lacerated
which cuused considerable loss of
blood. The dog was shot In ier.
A special meetiug of the Father
W bitty society was held at St
Mury's hull last night in regard to the
mutter of decorating the graves of the
heroic dead on Decoration day. At the
last meeting held last Tuesday even
ing it was uuunimouly resolved to with
draw from the Catholic Totil Absti
nence union of the Diocoiu of Scranton
unless the board of novernmAnt tn.n.
over the trophy within ten days, fhe
secretary whs instructed to notify the
board of the decision arrived at by the
society, and report the result at next
Dr. W. D. Donne, of Wavne avenue,
paid a flying trip to Philadelphia last
SEEING SCRANTON SIGHTS.
IrfhlBh Valley Fssssngsr Airsnti Delight
ed cn a Tour of Obssrvatfon.
Charles Lee, central pussonger agent
of the Lehigh Valley railroad, and A.
W. Nonnemaoher, assistant general
passenger agent, both of Philadelphia,
accompanied by W. W. Bryan, traval-
ing passenger agent, of Wilkes-Barre,
reached this city via the Delaware and
Hudson .yesterday at noon. They
dined at the Wyoming and apent the
afternoon observing points of interest
within the city. They left on the
1. in Delaware and Hudson train for
A Tkibune reporter in conversation
with Mr. Lee on the train toward
Wilkes-Barre, listened to a flattering
tribute to the Electric City. The party
visited the steel mills, other industrial
plants and the Moses Taylor hospital,
and left with tli9 impression that
ocrauton Is a very clear, progressive
city, alive to every advantage, possess
ing flue streets, substantial buildings,
good street car service and a general
LETTERSFR0M THE PEOPLE
Under this heading short letters of interest
will he putilisheil wnon aceorupaniod, for pub
lication, by the writer's name. TiieTmhunk
will not be hold responsible for opinions here
THE SUNDAY CLOSING MOVEMENT.
Editor of The Ti iiiund:
Dear Sir: There has been a good deal of
lalk of late in the pulpits, in the courts
and on the streets, about tho Amorican
Sabbath, and the duties of the citizen with
regard to it. Man is naturally an irre
ligious being and he bates to have even
wholesome restraints put upon hisactious,
although it may be for tho general good.
Tho criminal never thinks the law a good
one that punishes him for his crime, and
hence the constant clamoring for personal
liberty. Wobstor defines the term liberty
to be "ability to do as one pleases, free
dom from restruiut." Are we to under -staud
from this definition that a man may
lie, swear, steal, cheat, murder or publish
vulgar, obscene literature, and Bend it
through tho mails? If so, why tho re
straints of the government according to
the Bible, which was written bytthe finger
of God ns n standard of morals, for nil
nations and for all time. Who
ever, therefore, defines the Sabbath of
the Pilgiim fathers to be blue laws,
might as well deliue the laws from Mount
Sinai to be green ones. The Sabbath is as
old as creation, the supposition is that it
was kopt during the 1,700 years of anteli
nvian history, haviug been written' upon
the hearts of the pooplo prior to nny writ
ten law on tables of stone. But when it
came thundering amidst fire and smoke
from the summit of Mount Sinai on the
ears of the Jewish nation, it was at once
recognized as a divine institution, and,
from the Exodus to the incarnation its
violation was visited with the severest
penalties for in Numbers, chapter 15, verse
U0, it Is written, "that the congregation
Drought tho trausgressor without the camp
and Monro him with stones that ho died
and the day was so sacred that the Israe
lites were not even to gather tho manna
iu the wilderuesH on the Sabbath day; aud
the scriptures are fnll of penalties that
were iutlicted by a just and righteous God
upon individuals and upon uations who
violated the fourth commandment.
Whatever might have huppenodjduring
the 4011 years that tho Jews were iu Egypt,
for 1500 years utter their deliverance from
bondage, they kept the day as most holy
unto tho Lord and since tbo resurrection
of onr Lord, Jesus Christ, one day iu seven
has been kept as a sacred day by all Chris
tendom. W hen the Pilgrim Fathers came
to America they brought the Christian
Sabbath with them aud although its strict
observance mny bo culled by modern
society und by publishers of newspapers
the "blue law problem," yet it has had au
excellent influence iu workiug up our na
Lord ilncnuley in his history of England
says: "If the Sunduy had not been ob
served ns a day of rest, but the nxe, the
spude, the anvil, the loom (and he might
have added a thousend other things which
are carried on to day to gratify human
selfishness) hud kept at work seven days
instead of six.siie would cot have occupied
the position she doos today among the ua
tions of the earth." A writer on physio,
logy says that cloanlines, pure air, good
food and exeicise in the form of lnhor is
essential to man's physical, woll being
and so is rest and sleep. Aud as God has
Bet apart a seventh portion of our time as
a day of rest, if wo violate Heaven's laws
we shall suffer for it in tho end.physically,
morally, intellectually and as a nation, for
a nation without a code of morals to hold
it together will fall to pieces.
Such wus the case with the great emnire
of Babylon. During the Jewish captivity
it was made a capital offence for them to
assort their rights Ho keep the Sabbath
day holy as a divine institution handed
down from their forefathers aud as given
by Moses in the fourth commaudmont
from Mount Sinni. But great Babylon is
Senecn, the philosopher, who educated
the monster Nero, St. Augustine tells us iu
conturlug the religion of the Jews, charges
its Sabbaths with causing tho neglect aud
obstructing the commercial and Industrial
affairs of the nation by rjoominj to idle
ness and waste the seventh part of life.
Aud is not America walking in the foot
steps of that once grcut empire that pro
claimed herself the mistress of the world,
but now because of Sabbath desocrntiou
aud other vice described in the first chap
ter of tho epistle to Romans, "lchabod is
written on her walla."
Aud with us is not Sabbath desecration,
with onr great oorporatious, our drug
stores and whiskey shops ulmost if not
altogether a question not of absoluto ne
cessity but of dollars and cents. And what
in the name of common sense do that
class of our citizens want who are to-day
running niue- tenths of the gin shopB and
whiskey hells of tho country, and who aro
the authors of nine-tenths of all the crinio,
misery and wretcheduess of the laud, and
not content with tilling our lock-ups. iuils.
prisons, penitentiaries, poor housos,
doubling our taxes every year, disgraciug
our homos, ruining our families, reducing
them to beggary and want, fitting our
boys for the gallows or a drunkard's
grave, aud thon in addition to all the rest
are doing their best to destroy the institu
tions of this God given country bv rob-
biug ns of the sanctity of the Sabbath un
der the name of personal libertv. But
may God save us from such a libertv ns
that liberty that denes all law, civil and di
vine, a lioerty mat leads to anarchy and
A fine line of who l j fnr rant hw tli
hour or day at tho Scruuton Bicycle Liv
ery, 310 Washington Ave.
Conrad, tho Hatter, will be ODen nntil
0 o'clock tonight.
Ecronton'o Business Intarssts.
The Tribune will soon nubllsh a rnra
fully compiled and classified Ust of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
aud vicinity. The edition will be bound
In book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnbllc build-
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with portraits of loading citizens. No
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of our business reso'urces. (sunt tn
persons outside the city, copies of
rum uuuusuuie worK will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
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results to tho-e concerned as Well ns the city
at large. Representatives of The Tribunk
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"The Face of Rosenfel."
Board of Trade Will B; Asked to Tike Action
Ab jut LakJ at Coouell Park.
RUMORS ABOUT EGAN
He Has Not Been Heard From Miss
Warner Married to Benjamin Dun
nings Concert Tonight by St.
John's Choir Traction Company
Officials Inspect South Side and
Greenwood Lines News Notes.
A week from tonight the regular
meeting of the Booth Si le board of
trade will be held aud among other Im
portant measure.) that Will be consid
ered, Thomas J. Moore intends to brill
up the project to purchase the thre
acre hollow contiguous to Conunll park,
situated on the eastern side of Crown
uvenUo. The purpose, of course, is to
construct it ns a basin for an artificial
lake. A lake at the park would en
hance its popularity to an extent that
can hardly be at this time measured.
He Is Still in P.irta Unknown.
The sudden disappearance of Michael
J. Egan from his norno on South Wy
omiug avenue without any tidings of
him since then, has again ben a lead
ing topic on the South Side, arising
from a report that his wife hud re
ceivod a lettor from him dated from
some western city. A TRIBUNE reporter
investigated me rumor and learned
that there is no truth in it. Mis Bfan
is convinced that her husband is dead.
She says that he would surely write to
her if he were alive.
He Pitied and Then He Lovsd.
'Benjamin W. Duuninge and Miss
Eva D. Warner were united iu matri
mony Saturday afternoon by Rev. E.
L. Hintee, of lb Cedar avenu? Metho
dist Episcopal church, at tho bride's
home ou Hickory street. Miss Effi-j
Duuninge, a sister of the grndm, was
bridesmaid, und Fred W. Warner, a
brother of the bride was best man.
Mrs, Duunings was granted a itivojoi
from her husband, Peter Dippre, not
long ago, from whom sho had been
separated long before on the ground of
cruelty and desertion, It was u very
romantic courtship ou the part of Mr,
Duunings. He pitied her over the 111
lreutmut and misuse accorded to her
by her former husband, aim pity soon
duveloped into love, and he asked her
to share his home.
St. John's Concert Tonight.
St. John's nhoir r.-L-in -.1 for th
last time last night aud Protestor E
E, SoutUwerth was delighted with, the
capable manner the different numbers
were sung. The OODOSrt tonight will
furnish a treat to all who are fnrhinn'n
enough to attend. The voioea on Hi
John's choir fairly iqaal those of some
or tno paid suigerB 01 larger churches
in big cities.
Rev. F. P. Walsh, of St John's
church, is attending Forty Hours Do -votion
D. W. Vaoghun is visiting friends in
Acting Manager J R. Beetcm and
C. E, Clark, vice-president of the
Scranton Traction company, went over
tho South Side line on it visit of inspec
tion yesterday afternoon and noted
poiuts along the way where improve
ments will soon be mads.
P. A Cavanugh, tho River Itrei t
merchant, is in New York on bujinese.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Sprnks gave
a dinner yesterday evening in honor of
their guests, Miss Ida Hemming and
Miss Ella Drum, of Honesdale.
The May party for the junior depart
ment of the Youug Woman's Christian
asiouiation will be given at the rooms
this afternoon at 4 o'clock,
A large number of young folks of
this tide, will leave on a spccinl car
tonight after the concert in St. John's
church to attend a social nt Dunmors
giveu by the Young Men's Institute of
that place. They will return at 2 a. m.
on a special car also.
L. D. Powers, the Cedar avenue
druggist, with a party of spoi tsmsn, is
arranging for n nshlng trip in tne near
future. Mr. Powers is one of the most
expert anglers iu the state.
llie booty secured by the thieves
who burgUrizd M. P. Judge's bote', in
Minooka on Sundry morniug hai been
recovered. It was hidden away under
a burn ou the Minooka store premises.
Andrew J. liest, or Csdar avenue.
will spend the remainder of the week
Tho Memorial day exercises at No. 3
school will be held this afternoon, be
ginning at l .io.
The funeral of Mrs. Tliilk, of Irving
avenue, was held yesterday afternoou
and largely attended. Rev. Father
Holter, of the Cedar Avsnae German
Lutheran church, conducted the burial
services at the house. Interment was
made in Forest Hill cemetery.
Uharles Mil lor, of Willow street, is
suffering from inflammatory rheuma
A F. Dond, of Greenwood.il visiting
"The Face of Rosenfkl,"
H'd'q'rs Col. Wm. N. Monies Post. 1
310, G. A. R., J.
Scranton, Pa., May 28, 1894. (
Sptcial Order No. 2:
All members of the post aro hereby re
quested to meet promptly at the post room
No. 421 Lackawanna avenue, May 80, 1894,
at 7.30 a. m., properly uniformed, for the
purpose of participating iu Memorial day
exercises. By order of
E. L. Haas, Commander.
R. O. Brya-t. Adjutant.
Band take notice
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MothertI Mothsrsll Mothers III
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used for over fifty years by millions o,
mothers for their children while teetblur
witli perfect success. It sooihes the child'
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
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GRANT In Scranton. May "58, Ralph II
Grant, jr., son of Ralph II. and Agnes E.
Grant, of 1VJ31 Mulberry street. Inter
ment will be made in Bingbamton N
Y. Funeral strictly private.
MASON In t-cranton, Mav 27 1SIII
i ...... e..i . . V. wt'".
" celeste, uuuuuier or Mr. auil
Sirs. Frederick W. Ma on. jr., aged 22
months. Funeral at residence, corner
School street nud Edna Rvenne it 2 SO
Tuesday afterncou, Interment brims.
O'UARA At Petersburg, Jiaj 27 P394
Michael O'Hnrn, aged 70. Funeral at li
a. ni. Wednesday. Interment in St
Mury's Calhollo Cemetery, Dunmoro.
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Bromley ave. ard 'Hwetland. A full lino of
UflnOrS. Heer. Alnanri Kin,. (iaav n-1.1 I.,.
kept In stouk. iir. Phillips will bo pleased! 0
ftroet his many IricndB who will favor him
with a o.dl.
Hindoo Handkerchief Puzzle
Now on sale for 25c. or gTea
away with purchase of every suit.
Handsome line of Spring Overcoats
and the Nobby "Bell" Cutaway Snits
Martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
At 30S Lackawanna Ave.
I A Few Specials for the Week: 1
I Our 35c. Cashmera fnr
r. Our 39c. Novelties for
Our 75c. Serges for .... 49 Cents ,
In Wash Goods 1
a Our 18c. Russian Duck
a uur aac. Jaconets for .
Our 8c. Challies for
Our $5 Trimmed Hat3 for
Ti Our $7 Trimmed Hats for
s Our $2. 98 Curtains for
uur .yo uurtains ior .
Jackets and Capes at Your Price3.
At U'l Sjiruco street, will bo oponed to
tno public noxt Saturday, Jan 2, with
the largest and most eompkto liuo of
Gentlemen's Furnishings in Northonst
The old storo at -'ni Licluwanna avo
nuo will, In the future, bo a hranoh of
tho now Spruce stroet establishment
It wiil always bo stacked with tho vory
bost i oods.
Christian's two stios will sell noth
ing but tho latest and best, which will
bo sold at tho most reasonable price
Consider yourself porsonslly lnvitod
to tho opening of tho now storo noxt
Saturday, Juno i
412 Spruce Strest
It' 3 a Groat Shock
to tho folks who aro clalminj they undersell
til others to And that without the loast luss
or blupter wo aro giving custom.' rs tho ban
efltof such opportunities as t lose.
A Strictly High Grade Llght-welgh?
Wheel, 18114 pattern, tor 51 111 CRah.
1833 pattern, 0150 Wheel, for 875.
181)4 pattern, W10O Wheel, for SB5 onsb,.
theso prices mako tho business at our store
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
by a rider
Has the Agency
tro it Present llin Most PopnUr nud .'referred by
Le Jin,: Artful
Varorooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
'O:; Washington Av- Scranton. Pc.
In Dress Goods I
91 rwj S
. . . .25 Cents I
12 Cents a
15 Cents a
5 Cents sr
. 4.98 I
. 2.75 I
in colors black
and blue, for
AND DUCK SUITS
English, Wear Well Sorgo,
Tuxedo Coat, Silk Lined,
Skirt with deep hem.
They are truly tailor made,
Navy or Black.
Striped, Spot or Figured Effect
Well made, cool to wear.
$3.50 TO $5.00
About 1" different styles.
Tourist Raymond or Tub Styles;
the importer's expectation, $12.
OUR PRICE, $6
You will need one for street,
excursion or traveling.
There's a lit to ours.
THE PRICE, $5 TO $12
Furs Stored and Repaired.
G. W. Owens & Co.
Tailor.?, Cloak and Rnlt Maksr
rCAO Sf'HU'' E5 STREET,
OUO COURT HL'USE SQCARE