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THE SCEAKTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE
STELLE & 8EELEY,
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And always have
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:35 WYOMING AVE-
CRAiQ FOR STATE SENATOR.
Spoken of as a Compromise Candi
date for the Democratic Nomination.
Election of :.!ato Delegates.
There is much political cosip afloat
thea sultry days, and they 'urnish no
end 01 conjecture for tboso to whom
that canicular kind of os.ip i3 a very
delicious moral), One of tbe latest
tnri,-s is to the effect that Deputy In
ternal Revenue Collector WiiliTm
Craig is a candidate for state senator,
Mr, Craig refuses to affirm the story,
but it is know. 1 that lie is making fre
quent excursions into the rural dis
tricts. As bis busino'S does not make
it necessary that be should hobnob
with tbe horney bawft-d tiller.1 of tne
soil, and 118 Mr, Craig would not bo
likely to visit tbe country at more or
less regular intervals simply for tho
enjoyment to be derived Irotn gazing
ou natute in her primitive form, it is
conjeciured, and probably rig itiy so.
thai he is looking after senatorial
A friend of Mr. Craig's said yester
day that the irrepr.-saible Billy would,
in nil probability, be lieui'J from in the
"Crig," no 'sai l, "is n somewhat
unique c!inrnctsr. but I know that ho
has political ambitions of a rather x
alted character that ho always keeps in
view. .Senator M. E. McDonald and
Attorney M. F. Sando. who ere candi
dates for the senatorial nominaiicfn,
Are dividing tho party into two fac
tions and the Contest bet wen them
promises to ba very PXoitlng. It may
bo that tho fight will become so heated
that a compromise candidate will ho
desirable and if such a oontlugtuoy
ehould nriao, as now seems probable,
Craig would he the 11 111 11 for the place
as he would be more acceptable to the
opposing factions than probably nnv
other man who could be named. It
would not occasion any surprise to me
to seo Mr. Craig tho Democratic nom
inee for senator. I k'iow ho has been
urged by friends in the district to be
come a candidate."
If Mr.. Craig's friend SDJaks from
full knowledge of the faoU th-ro is
cause for Mr. McDonald aud Mr. S indo
to worry, v
On Satur.lay th Democrats will
elect their delegates to tho stale con
aention That body will convene
simply as a matter of form to pr irro
the party organiz dion and ooDSe
qnently there will be no severe strni;
gle in the part of any one to be elected
delegate. While thi form of an eleo
lion will take place, tlie delegate.! will
in reality bo named hy Sheriff John J.
Fahey and ex-Sheriff Charles Robinson.
Ekal faith never grows woalt by hav
ing to Watt Sufferers telling Hood's Snr
saparilla for chronic complaints hhould ho
Satlent and the rosnlt will be satisfactory,
Hoon's Pn,i,8 act easily, yet promptly
and efllciently.on theUvorand bowels. 35c
Hothrrt! Kothsrsft Mothsrstll
Mrs. Winslow's Soothiug Syrup hss baen
aeed for over fifty years by millions or
mothers for their children whilo teething,
with perfect success. It sooihes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pnin; cures
wind colic, and is the beBt remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydiuggists in every part
of the world. Do suae and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kii.d. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
S IF WEST SIDE
Marriage of His; Margaret Morgan to David
TOOK PLACE AT BRIDE'S HOfflE
Ceremony Perform:d by Rev. W. S.
Jones Those Who Were Present.
Entertainment and Social at the
Simpion Methodist Church Move
monts of Well Known Persons and
News Notes of Intjrest.
Tho Weal Side offlsa of the BOBaHTOH
Ttimi'NK is located nt li:t North Main ave
nue, where snbiorlptlona, ndvorlWumotits
and communications will recoivo prompt
David D.ivios. of S iQth M iin avenue,
ar.il MicB Margaret M r.' in, 0aUgUter
of Mr. muiI Mrs, D. A. Morgan, were
married yesterday at high noon at the
lioae of tho yoaUK lady'i parents on
Xortli Bromley avenne, Tne rooms
ware most tastcfnlly decorated with
; itteii plants and evergreens, wiiioa
I teal s west fragrance to the atmosphere.
At, promptly 5 o'clock tho bridal
party entered tho parlor to a wedding
march 011 the piano. Tatty were re
ceived by lifv. W. 8, Jones, who tied
lb imp ial knot tn tho preeencd of
many relatives and friends a. id ac
quaintances, Tho bride was attired tu
11 very beautiful costume and ctrriod
riisce. 84s was unattended, After the
urrfmpny a wedding dinner was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Davies left Oil tho 3.59
D luware. L icitaw 11111 1 .ml We.iferu
I train for a week's visit in Now York
I and lJo.ton. Ou their return they will
go. lo housekeeping wi;h tho bride's
parents, Among tho out of town
It nests were Willi uu Divi. D. L.
Davies mi l Lin Divn.'.-, of Plymouth,
O.iiers pr 'Sfiit wore: Eu.'euu Siiilt'tfr,
Mr. bO'l Mrs, William D. D.ivios, Mrs.
John WilUins. It v. and Mr. W, S.
Jones, Mr. aud Mrs. D Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Ci. S.iyder, Mr. aud
Mrs. Thomas Q, Thomas, Mr. aud
Mis John Morgan, Misess K ite and
Jennie Lewis, Mrs. Mary D.ivios,
Mif-si-8 Mary Davies and Mary Morgan,
and Willi itu and John Duvins. Mrs
Davies, the bride, has boon employed
in Ilaslncher's inilliney store fur the
past seven years. She is a young lady
of attractive appearance ami winning
ways. The groom is a popular young
tuaiyand employed for, a long tiuit at
hipping clerk at tho Scranton Supply
and ilardwaro company.
WEST SIDE CONOLN3ATIONS.
Tho Beltevne Choral society will meet
Tbe Harmonic Chornl society reiioarsed
iu tbe Co-operative ball last eveuiug.
JJrs. John Thomas, of South Uebecca
avenue, has returned from Now York.
Jliss ISellio Kenlon, of North It ebscca
avenue, is summering at Mount Pocono.
Jliss Martba Evans, of Qarfleld avenue,
Will spend tho Sabbath with friends la
J!r. aud Mrs. Thomas Bench, of North
Uiuilehl avenue, biive returned from a
visit tfitb friends In Heading.
Mrs. liichard Harris, of Acker avenue,
has been confined to her hoihoTbr tho past
two week' with neuralgia of tho nervej.
The Christian Endeavor society of tho
Plymouth Congregati nial church will hold
a enke social in the church this evening,
John R. Hughes, of South Rebecca
avenue, will leave for liueknell University
at Lewisburg on Monday to uttoud tho
School exercise.-, and graduate.
The Chi U's, of tho Washburn Street
Presbyterian chinch, will run an excursion
to tbe Delaware Water Clap on June 28,
This resort is famous for its unsurpassed
William J. Iiruce, of North Hydo Park
avenue, and Mm LiKieJParry, of Brom
ley avenue, will be married in tho Sunnier
Avenue l'rosbiteriuu ohurehnoxt iues
Tho Jnekbon Street Baptist church will
run an ex'cursion to Mountain pin k this
morning, The train will leave tho Jersey
Central depot at U o'clock. Games and
S oris of all kiuds will be indulged in.
A very pleasant entortninineut nnd so
cial wns held last evening iu the Simpson
Methodist church by tho Ladies' Aid soci
ety. A programme of a literary and musi
cal nature was rendered. The rest of the
evening was spent socially, dnrina which
cake and ice cream win served. The pro
gramme, opened with a selection by the
Glue club under the direction of Professor
William Jones, and was followed with a
recilation by Miss Ella Luna. Solos were
rendered by Will Beak, Etta Movie and
William i.vans. A recitation be Wallace
Honor was a snl...i iil effort. The rendi
tion of h seloctiou by a selected quartette
cioseu '.uo onieriainmeni.
NORTH KltO BRitiFS.
The North End offlos of tho Pchaxton
'i niliir.VE Is loeati il at the. Lewis Dniu Store,
wuere smiserip'ion, mivertisemeiits ami cum
municatlona will receive prompt uttontlon.J
Hiss Nellie Fadden. of Oiynhanr. is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. M. J. Hurke, Eurcku
nouse, rzvK 1'iace.
A new sidowalk and iron fence have
been plsccd before tho resideuco of John
B. Qilli spie, on W nyne avenue.
Complaints of irretjnlar delivery will b
promptly attended if left at tho North End
office of Tax TbIBUHI la the Lewis drug
D. F. Davis has romovod his furniture to
1727 Summit avenue, the lato residence of
E. I). Jone.', ex-lelawaro mid Hudson
Tho Methodist Bplscepsl churoh chclr
entertainment will bo held this eveuisQ
and not n Tuesdav, as appeared by a mis
print In yesterday's paper.
It Is announced that T. R. Jamos, of 1818
Wayne avenue, is 11 candidate for delegate
fur the First district, Second Ward, for tho
Republican county convention.
Tl onias Jehu (Llew y Bryn),a prominent
Welshman, has compiled heat little vol
um" of bis Welsh poems, chiefly in a hu
morous vein, which are highly spokeu of.
The H. A. Mace Ledge of Brotherhood
Rlllh"0ad Trainmen (Green Ridge) will run
iniirsoconu annual moonlight excursion
and clam- bake tomorrow evening to Lake
Ariel. Train leaves Scranton at B.ri ) p, in,
Tho joint committee of the Puritan Con
gregational nn.l Welsh Baptist CbVrobM
has decided to run their excursion on July
M to Farvlew, when elaborate arrange
ments will be made for the usual crowd.
Tho tickets are in charge of Alfred Parry.
1719 Summit avefiuo.
The oflicers of the Welsh Baptist church
invito attondauee at tbo Sunday morning
prnyer services, which aro hold at U a.m.
This is a very old and popular .OUstom in
the pld country, and efforts aro being
made to maintain ic in Providence The
torvices aro chiefly for young men, but all
are heartily welcome.
Mayor Connell. Chief Kerber and the
members of the lire and police committees,
paid a visit to tbe polioo and fire stations
yesterday, aud seemed sntislUd with the
condition of tho hose company's house, but
it is doubtful If they approve of the situa
tion of the pohio building which Hi
well known is iu a very Inconvenient
position, and hopes are entortalued that
after this visH stops will be taken to pro
vide now quarters tnoie commodious aud
convenient as woll as more worthy of
Three cases werepresontod bt fore Alder
mnn Williams yesterday David Lewis
had to pay $3 and tl costs for fighting
with John Griffiths who was short of the
"nocessary" to pay tho line was escorted
to tho county jail. Uo has been a frequent
visitor to the alderman's court but gour
ally by compulsion. The second case' Was
that of Edward Clare who wns charge
wiih strolling around tho streets after in
dulgiug more thnn wise. Edward is af
Dieted with blindness so the aldorman
gave him a latherly reprimand and a dis
Tho Ladies' Aid Society, of tho Green
Ridge Primitive Methodist church, hold
Its ti mi-anuual meeting yesterday, at tho
resilience or airs, urown, or Breaker
street, when the roport of the secretary
showed the society 10 bo in a flourishing
couditiou. TUo followiug ladies were
elcetod otucers for tho eusuiug term
President, Jlrs. James Fidiam; vice piisi
den:, Mrs. William Wells; treasurer, .Mrs
William Brown; secretary, Mrs. Charles
Billler, It was resolved to promote a
oazaar in .toveuiDcr next, 1110 proceeds to
be applied to tho support of tho pistor.
'Ihe Rev. U. Savage thanked tho ladies iu
a humorous speech for their uutirtug work
In connection with the affairs of tho
church. After tho usual veto of thanks to
tho retiring officers the mooting adjourn
until July, when the meeting will beheld
at tho residence of tne president.
T. D. Lockwood, of Boston, on the
Stand in Hand Case Oilier
The sixth day of the trial of tho
pow elebrated case of Dr. Hand against
the Telephone company, opened yes
terday morning with Dr. Leot, expert
for tho defense, on the stand
proved to be n field day for the defense
Court room No. 2 is not largo enougl
for a trial of so important a case as
this aud the witnesses were orowuet
into it like sandwiohers in a box
Judge Atchbald sat fanning himself
most of tiio day and the jurors com
plained ot tho heat.
Dr. Leet was re-called and testified
at length on tho matter. IIo si 1 Dr.
Uolau was a thoroughly competent
ni'in and if ho examined Dr. Hand in
1891 and found him ull right he, tho
witness, bad no donbt his present
ironbl.s, 11 fie hag any, are due to
canses other than tho ucctdotit. Dr
Allen aliio testified to tho same effect.
The defendant then called T. D. Lock
wood, bf Boston, the consulting elec
trlcian of the American Hdl Tele
phone company. He was examined at
great length and among other things
said positively that Dr. Hand
could not have received an electric
shock under the conditions plaintiff has
proved, tuat would amount to enougl
10 be worth mentioning. It certainly
can do him no harm. An exhaustive
cro s-exaniiuatiou onlv muds his tosti
niony clearer. Mr. Young, of Will
ian.srjort, iu charge of tho Passeuger
railroad tuere, testified to tlio same ef
tect. So dm many other witnesses
This case now promts! to be the most
important and far-re. idling negligence
case ever tiled in Lackawanna counly
lhe ims ot L J. Hoylo against the
HamborgDrembn Insnrnnoo Company
was given to the jury ny Judge LI
wards shortly before noon vesfurdav.
Later in tho day a verdict iu tbo emu
of ;l,rgo was returned for tho plaintiff
ihe next case to occupy the attention
of Judgo Edwards' cotirt was that of
John Silkman, to the use of H. A
Uepue, against J. A. Brady. Attorney
Newcomb appeared for tho nlaiutiff
and Senator McDonald for the defend
ant. Brady isauod ail ordsl payable to
Silkman on Judge Hand, ns executor
of Llward Spencr. for 1030. which
Silkman assigned to Depne. When tho
order was presented to Jdlge Hand he
Ud not pay it, for thu reason that
Brady hud forbidden him to do so. The
defeuso will b that the order was
fruudulunt. The cise is still on trial
ANNUAL Y. W C. A. MEETiNG.
Old Cffis-re Unardmomly R-locted.
I .lartatin? Ronorts.
The annual meeting of the diroetnra
of the Young Women's Christian ig.i.
ciation, was held in the hall on Wash
ington avenue nut evening, .Urs. L II
Itirwle lir-si.iing. Tuero was h lunr,
uttnml .,111.11 mill tha ratirtvta tiAu.1 en.....
the association to be in a ilmrishlng
condition, me ooani s sscretirv, Miss
ilannali Ueucon, Mad the following
June 0. Cash balance ns
Active membership 444
Associate membership 1211
Sustaining membershita 1M 00
uaest room 2
Lunchrooms .a... 1118
Gymnasium t 247 0
Entertainment! 2."7 8
Dinners ai5 B9
Stale room rout 18;) no
Bummei Rest fund 82 87
Mi.ccllnucous m 2. 014 n
Total ?i 'i
Rent paid central, South Side.
lunch and guest rooms ?1,7.")7 41
General secretaries 1,200 Ol)
Assistant secretaries B2H SI
Physical directress 445 CO
Pianist for gymnasium jo 40
Teachers for cIosb work 60 PO
Janitteas i,n 00
Postage stamps and cardan U v.
Printing and sitioiiery 70 7I
Gas ana electric light 1444:1
oiutance 20 73
r-uiuuier rest committee ,14 H2
.Miscellaneous 2S'J 13
Cash in bank Juno 11, iyj ) S3
Total $4,1)74 ;
The old (jirirers were all uaanlmously
it elected, ns follows; President, Mrs.
E H. Hippie; vice president, Mrs. I.
Everhurt; secretary, Miss Q B.
Dormsn; treasurer, Miss Hannah Dea
con; uiroctors for throo yours, Mrs. L.
M. Gates, Miss a. Krlgbaum, Mrs R.
fi. Brooks. Tn fill the vacancy in tl s
board caused by the resignation of
Mrs. Engene Fellows, Mrs. C. B. Scott
was elior.ed for one year.
The general secretary, Miss Bertha
Mi curdy, road an internstiiiir mmii In
which she Sboknnoouragingly of tho
work accomplished during the year.
Tnis Waa followed hv thu nnt ,,r tl. .
secrotal-y of the South Sido branch, re
cently puolished ui these columns.
r:. a r ri t-v ...
aiiss m, is. u.inn gave a talk on tho
work of other organiz .tions in tho Oity.
The Young Women's Chiistinii nssnein.
tion excursion to Farviow ou Sntuiilay,
.Tune Hi. will afford a tin iirhrful mHita
Lunch will ho sol vud on tho grounds for
25 cen 11, and Ico cream, fruit, Inmo made
candy and lemonade will In for sale.
Trains will loavu Bridge Btreet at 8 n. m.
and Vine street at S.Sti a. m., nud will stop
at Grevn Rhlge niiit Providence. Tickets
must he exchanged at office for use ou
regular trains. Tickets 75 cents, adnlts;
40 children, can bo ohtniiii'il at. si.,11. li
Seeley's, Sandorson's and Y. W. C. A
Mr. nnd Mru riiurli.a TT Tm-nii.
Tt) Wands, nro visiting relatives m 'this
civjr. sir, iiirneris ennor 01 tne iownnda
Reporter-Journal, one of the est weekly
papers published iu the state.
lllifls H M fiVnnlr -.v im li t . K,...,, t I.
- J ' , . ..- .... . .uou ignuu-
inelll k Ki in mi. Inriiln rlni'in,, tl... .....
-- ..... . ..... ... inw 1 1 1 1
year, has returned to this oAty and will
spend the summer nt the homo of her
uioiuor on Auums avenue, aiiss f rank
win resume her Bchool work Sept. L
b'uiti ins m CHINA HULL
A Great M of City Bustuess Considered l-j
WORK OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
Report of Auditiog Committee Con
firmed Excepting the Bill fur a Law
Encyclopedia City Must Keep tho
Turnpike Road in Repair Several
Ordinarfce Introducod and Referred
to Comm.itees Proceedings of Se
lect. Last evening's common connoil prn
oeodlucs opgbed with the reading of
the auditing committee's report, one
Item of widen was objectefd to heoause,
ns Mr Iiobatlmn iutimatod, its unques
ttoned payment might establish a
bad precedent, The item referred to
was a bill for a law encyclopedia for
the city solicitor, Which w as finally re
ferred to the auditing committee In
conjunction with the city solicitor.
Thu balance of the report was then
' A communication was recoived from
Street Commissioner Kirat explaining
that Judge Jessnp bird given it as his
opinion that ou account of i s agree
ment with the Turnpike company, the
oity is bound to ko-p in repair that
portion of the Providence ami Abing
ton turnpike lying within the city
limits and that it would take about
$1,000 to put the road in good condi
tion, Tho communication was referred
to tile streets and bridges committee,
as was also another from the street
commissioner stating that the atone
arch bridge on West Market stroet is
iu an unsafe condition, aud requesting
council to muko provision for its re
pairing. When concurrent, business was un
der finnelflaf Atlnn Air Rnlniii i,, nk.
jected to the passag.i of a reolution
nniHoriztnjj tne purchase or if iuo worth
nt rnltlinr l,.,... Inn tl . lira Ahm1m..I
- ...' ....nv .... lilt' ...V ' I 1 j I I V 1.1 1 U 1 ,
busing his ol j c'tioii upjn the claim that
cuuuu uose is nuicn cnoaijor and lasts
from ten to fiftiien v, .. f-.i InnirMt. Ilia
motion to iiidefioittdy postpone action
upon tne resolution was adopted.
SOME NEW MEASDUBS.
Tho following or linauces were Intro
duced mid referred to commit', tea:
Providing for the purchase of a steam
firo oninnn from t lie ( '1 f -7 r , Wir a.
sueianoii 01 ocrnnionj transterrlng ts,5
from money appropriated for tho pur"
ob ase of a cheuiicul firo engine foi
Pfleliix 1 . .i'in,t AAtnnAiiv 1,. fi,.. ,.i.i.
. --- j .v .1,0 i-i,;u
of tbe streets in tho Third district ol
tne Second ward.
An ordinance authorizing the ap
pointment (Si a permanent fire
man fur Century Hose anmnan ,.,,.1
transferring $800 from the appropria
tion for the purc-haee of n
steam fire engine for Noi.tune
Hose 'company, and $150 from
the appropriation for the purchase of
a chemical enuino for Phnl lTn.
company, for too payment of the extra
man a salary, papseu ursi reading, hut
failed 011 second nil wmiihI nt .... -i.
, v v. Ull Uf
j.jctlon raised by Mr. Kobiusoo,. who
inuiigui 1: mivisame to deter action
Ulltil the Nentl-.no'a tion; nm.ii, a ...
rives, ns incidentals might oat-a hole
iiuu mo uniauce or tno appropriation.
The other councilman s.iw tin matter
in tho same light and action on second
reading was deferred until n v r muni.
New resolutions introluced areas
follows: Directing stroer commissioner
to notify tho Scruuton Traction com
pany to c imply with the provisions of
th- resolution nasstld hv nnnni.ilj in
reference to the levins nf 1,1., ,;- .u. .
the raila and filling lo between the rai s
ui uioir tracas ou bcrantou 6troet and
Filth avenue in tho Eighteenth ward ;
eirocting the eity engineer to run
southerly feuoe lino of II ibinson street
from Ninth to Jackson .troet, prep ire
estimate of cost of constructing ret'iin
ing walls ai-m ' Rohinsnn , 1, .
tween Fnid.iointi, so ns to niako stre-1
11 uniform WKitn of o.lilS foot, also
nf cost of cradirnr
Robinson street aud of dnmngej which
change of grade might make adjoining
property owners; authorizing aud di
r. cting the mayor to sign a petition
for the city of Scranton for tho front
age of tho lot purciiasd for the Nay
Aug Hose company 011 Franklin ave
nue. A TVtition from tho nrnntemMiinit..
on Franklin avenue, between Spruce
and Mulberry streets, nakimr that ulJ
avenue h'tween tho points nam d be
pavcii wun vitrinsd nrick, was re
ferred to the paving committee.
MtETING OF StlECT COUNCIL
Bii9!neaa That Was Transaciod
At the meetinir of select Pfinnfiil IMS
followins; bids for constructing sewirs
in the city woro ru.ul and mfurr.,,1 .,
tho paving committen.
Taylor avenue sower Vincent, II
O'Haro, tl. (8 per lineal foot; Dunn Bros.
11,27; Thomas Flyno & Co., 91.40; Iloivley
Bros., 11.81; John Ferguson, b7U cmts-
Peter Stlnn. 41.51.
Schllitz court sower Pi.tur Mtinn Mm.
Vincent II O'Harn. Hi RowIai RnS Cm!
Flyuu A Co., JI.'Kb: Dunn Bros'.. Il.n! Jnhn
Web :ter nv.innn nniriti lnlin
87;, rtmts; Vincent O'liara, fjfl.OJ; Thomas
Flyuu tc Co., fl IS; IVter Btlnn. Mai-
Hawlay Bros., l.e9i Dnnn Bros., ii.ga,
PrsSOOtt AvenuoSeWitr Jiihn I."..-...n
1.74i; Peter Stipp, 11,80) Fivaii S Co !
2 3T; Duun Bros., SJ.2U; Iloivley Bros.,
H'lenzeti Court R.iro,.v .1 v
11,80) P. Btipp. $1.88; Flynn & Co., $t,7;
ui.i.iiu iiion., fi.aij nowioy nros.. S1.83
Vincent II. G'llara. tl.W.
Harrison Avomn. Huurar 1 v.,
?1.49; P. StlDD. 11.02: Fh nn AL- r.n Si a!.
Dunn Bros . J'i 40: Hoivlev
V. II. O H ara. H. II I.
Mulberry Btrmt Se..r T Pi,.
.Mki P. Stipp, 22; Flynn & Oo.. 11.80;'
uowiey liros., 1.4a; V. II. O'liara. SI 40
Mr. Finn introduced a raaolntl nn in
Structlllg tho city solicitor to delivei
tho di ed of tho old Tripp property to
the administrators of tha enliiti. A S..m
discussion the resolution passed.
Mr. Manley offered resolutions in
structing city clerk lo publish notice of
paving West Lackawanna avenue, an i
inslrilCliug CllV ainrlnaar In ...'..r..... .
. .c. . j,,,,,.
ans a'.'.d n -. i , i t,.,n. i fn .,
... - - " j.i. .nil.
West Lackawanna av. iiuo. Both Wer
Ihe ordinance nrovidi fnr n.ioin.r
Pino streot naHsed fimt. mid nan,, i, i
E. humt, hnvinu opened his of
the Bnrr hnllding, Wnshington
nveuue, win resume IDS practice of hio
protiw-ion, where ho will be glutf to serve
his old patroiiH and public iu Beasrai.
AMERICA IttUST RATED.
By n new arrangement Tim Tmn
VNE ia enabled to offer its readers
any one of t he twenty parts of tho
"America" portfolio for ton cents.
All parts nro now ready. This is the
finest collection of popular photogra
phic views in print. Send stamps ot
cash. No coupon Is necessary.
Wo nave REDUCED prices on
BABY CARRIAGES, aa our stock
is too largo. You can buy a
good Baby Carriage for tho price
of a cheap one.
For Wedding Presents Fur
nishing for Summer Cottages, we
have a full and complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEIGHEL & " MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
$1.50 Per Dozen
HOME JERSEY CREAM'RY B'JTTER
In 3 and 5 lb. Tails.
Eggs received Daily from Lho
Home Poultry Farm.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLMV: A XI) SPOUTING
Victor, Gcndron, Bollpse, LovolL Diamond
and Othur Wheels.
Saturday, June 16
M. J. RYAN & CO.'S
CHOICE CUTS AT
518 Lackawanna Ave.
Anollier Advocate of
nrts RBKWOOD & VfAtlUEM
(:i-:nti.i;.-.i i:nii ,.n..r.i.
- m' ' i
plensure' to Stnte tliat ynur new proeesn
rofing leesn was a cnuiil rtuceiis In
my ease, and I heartily recommend ItUI
all. I Sincerely luuo that othcra mil i
teat its merits,
CATT. S.,1-. BUYAMr, Scranton, Pa
Hanvood k Wardell
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Win on nnd after Mav '.'i make a treat mine
tloa in the )irii"" ef plates, All Work tjuiir
autee.l flrat-claaa in overv nartlcular.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Uavo removed their ollicc to their
TELEPHONE K UMBER, 8G83.
'C t rrcwnt the Mini Pcpnlnr .nil 1'rcfrrrpd b;.-
tyUlllllg All- ,
Wroraoms : Oppodis Colur.ibus Monumtjiu,
05 Wash Inpton Av. Scranton, Pa.
You Need Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's will be
wilder you at their immense stock of thiii
goods. Just the stuff to keep you cool
Our novelty in summer goods is a
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat. The proper thing for
Martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
Will offer for the Week
or as long as they may last:
I One case of Dr. Strongs Health C ftp 1
Corsets, regular price $1.25, for 3Ub.
TERSE SPECIAL NUMBERS IN I
I Embroideries 5
r.a 1 a
I 3,000 yards, were 17c, for -I
2,000 yards, were 25c, for
I 1,000 yards, were 40c, for
Heats Your Head
Get one of our nice.cool
Straw or Manilla Hats.
are Dunlap's latest
Look them up.
Christian, the Hatter
205 LacKawaana Avenue
It's a Great Shock
&P vS3l -"v. J
MlMfKt$.BaaUMnr' . -
to tlio fhlltn who nre elnlmlnsr they nndornell
ill others tn had that without tho leant fuss
Dr blu.ter we ere itivtng euBtih-r tho lam
flit of Hiieh opportuultiM ai thceo.
A Strletly HI3I1 Onule , iL h , m i lli f
heel, .. 01 putturn, for stio aash.
180!) pattern, fcl.'.o M: I. for
1804 pattern, 8100 Wheel, tor kkj ea-w
rhoi e prices mako tho liustncss at our store
FLOREY & HOLT
t. M. O A. BUILDING.
YOU HEAVY WEIGHTS
DO YOU KNOW
"A GOOD TALE WILL BEAR TELLING
TWICE." USE SAP0LI0I USE
in colors black
and blue, for
s .... 1 . . ,
Ciothfers. Hdtsra, Furniofiera f
Hotel Waverly J
European Platn. First-class Bar sttwksoV''
llipot for Btiricner A Kng, 1 a Tanuausafv'
1 1 Cue IStb end R.bert Sts.. PWIrii :
Most dreiraMa for restdsnts ef NJS. ronn"
rylvsuin. All oatrrenieneM 'or traTi-l.r J
to m1 from Broad trot atafinn and the '
TveUth and Market Ktr.et atatioa. ii,
lirahle lor visiting .Sorantonlana and vy
I a- in the Anthraclta Kaclon.
t. j. vict6ry;
Scientiflo Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The BpeeJansS on tlie Eya. Headidhe. mf
NVrvi.n iiinn 1 el- --e I. Lt-.t and Improved
St 1.- of live GLustfl nnd Si r 'k -i".-t .t tv,.
l.nvwtt l'nciu lie.n Artilk-ial i.yai inserted
Sos SPRUCE ST. op. Old Post Offlce. ,