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THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 16. 1894.
FOR ONE WEEK
Wf will soil niTr entirn stock of
New and Stylish TRIMMED
HATS at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES. Come and see them at
303 SPRUCE STREET.
220 Wyoming Avenue
4I5 LACKA. AYE.
flavo your COLLABS starchpd in' thu old
wriy, wliuu you cm havo tlicm rtono with soft,
pUabld l!uttoubuka for TWO CENTS EACH.
If you want
Wall Paper or Window
Shades, come to us.
We have a full line of
goods, and our prices are
Williams k McAnulty
127 Wyoming Ave.
Concert of the Lawrence baml at Young
Men's Cnrinlian Association hall tonight.
The Excelsior Athletic club will meet to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock in its hall
over the Boston Store.
Workmen are engaged laying the con
crete foundations for the piers that will
npport the new Hotel Jormyn.
A piano recital will bo given at Powell's
next Monday night by Miss' iNellie Al
bright, under the diroction of E. E. Soulli
Worth. The Woman's guild of St. Lukes' church
will bold a cak sale at the Parish bouse,
K25 Washington avenue, this morning
from !) to 11 o'clock.
Beginning tomorrow evening wvicps
will be held during the summer at 7 o'clock
each Sunday evening in St. Luke's church.
There will be no sermon.
The work of tearing down the south
wall of the Westminster, which was dam
aged by the burning of the Arcade several
months ai?o. was begun yesterday.
Rev. F. U. Gift, of the Now Englnnd
Lutheran church, who ban a service in the
Young Jlcn's Christian Association build
ing at 10.110 Sunday morning, will speak In
the Rescue Mission Sunday eveniug at S
The Groeu Uidgo Evangelical Sunday
fchool on Capon nvenuo will tender their
first annual Children's I)ay service on Sun
day evening at 7 o'clock. An Inti
programme entitled "The Open Door"
will be rondered.
Samuel T. Jonos, of New York citv, will
occupy the pulpit of the Simpson Method
ist Episcopal church, Syria Park, on Sun
day evening, lie is a graduate of Uarvard
university and now conuected with St.
Many Scwintonians will take advantage
of the I4.BB excursion via. the Jersey
Central railroad to New York from Juuo H
to June 24, yie tickets for which ontitlo
bolders to return on any train until June
30, The city Llederkranz will compete in
the great SnengortVst, which is to be hold
from June 22 to June 2fl In Madison Square
Special seivlces will bo held in tho Dun
more Presbyterian church tomorrow as
follows: The graduates of Profo-s ,r duni's
School of Boranton will be present at the
morning sorvico at 10.31) to listen to u ser
mon appropriate for the occasion. All
fiiends of the school are cordially invited
to bo present. Children's Day axeroiMI
will be held in the evening ut 7 o'clock.
Christian Eudeavor at 0.30 p. m.
Companies C and B, of the National
guard, gave n battalion drill in the ur
mory last evening. Major Mattes was in
ohargo. The different movements were
executed with skill and exactness, nnd
(bowed that the men had been trained In
tbnt line of exercise. At the close of the
drilling exercise a dress parade was given.
The companies presented a hnndsomo ap
pearance and won many compliments
from the onlookers.
Open All Night
at Lobman'a Spruce Btreet.
Half Holiday. Half Holiday.
Bpend it at the Wood Lnwn Park Belect
yonr home site. No further assessment for
sewer or grading. This alone is a big itom
on lots. Special sale this af I ernoon.
Thre In Never
time during the whole year that the 5
Bros, sell shoes as cheap as this month, 508
Dr. C. C Lauhach, dentist, Gas and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years in
Matchliss Shaw Pianos Every cus
tomer recommends them. Htelle & Seeley,
184 Wyoming avenne.
Hears & Hagen
! STILL fi
j Superintendent R:c!:ard O'Brien oa the S'aiid
for the Defense,
THE OTHER WITNESSES HEARD
What Dr. Hand Said to Dr. O'Brien.
Trial of Case of Flora Levi Against
J. S. Miller David Waight Brings
Suit Against the Northwest Coal
Company Other Cases Hoard Be
fore Judge Edwards.
The trial of tho case of Dr. Hand
against the Otitral Telephone and
Supply company, was resume! before
Judge Arch bald in court room No. 2
ymtirduy morning. Too pluiutiir wus
placed on the stand and iu response to
a question explained that he had been
Indemnified by an accident Insurance
company lor injuries he sustained sev
yeatB ago previous to the receiving of
a shock from the company's wire.
Dr lSuuiwtt O'Brien was the next
witness. He bad made a study of elec
tricity and had seen Dr. Hand two
day after the alleged accident. Plain
tilt said at that time he could raise his
nan I but could not keep it railed. Dr.
O'llrien testified that he could not have
received a shock in the manner be
claimed and that Thomas A. K llson or
any other electrician would tell bim the
same thing, in reply to which Dr. Hand
said he would made the company dem
onstrate that tact if it coat bim all lie
was worth. Wituess had examined Dr.
Hand's arms and found no atrophy ex
cept in a mrule muscle.
L I ward Ne.ive, of Sir.inton. was
sworn and Itatsd that he bad once re
ceived a shock that rendered him un-
comcioiie at the time.
Arthur Lewis, an electrical expert
from Wilkes Barre, was called to tbe
stand and answered a number of (in
lions nnving tearing on tan particular
Superintendent O'Brien, of the Wast.
ru Union Telegraph oompany, testi
: fled to the contract with tilt city to
place wires and maintain a fire alarm
system in connection therewith. A
number of other wiiuass gave evidence
I in rebuttal.
VERDICT FOB THE PLAINTIFF.
Tho trial of the cut of Fiora Livi
by bet next friend, D J. Levi, against
J. S. Miller aud Benjamin Levi, tres
pass, for selling of certain goods be
longing to the plaintiff, on u writ
against D. J. Ljvi, w completed be
fore Judge Searle iu court room No. 3
yesterday forenoon. Shortly after re
tiring, the jury retorned verdict of
$300 for the plaintiff, nearly the full
amonnt claimed. Attormy John F.
Scragg had charge of tho case for the
The case of David Waight against
the Nortiiwest Coal company, limited,
wiis called for trial yesterday before
Judge Seurle. Attorney Aib Kicketts,1
of Wilkes Barre, appeared fur the plain
Hi:', and Attorney E. N. VVillurd, for
the defendant. The allegation of the
plaintiff is that iu ls'J he sold to the
defendant eleven toiler cleaners, tho
value of which was $825. Alter they
had beeu placed in position at the
Northwest colliery, the bill was pre
sented, but bus never been paid. The
defense is that there was an under
standing that the cleaners might be re
turned iu caie they did not ptore sat
isfactory. The cleaners, it is ciuimed.
were valueless aud, furthermore, In
jured the boilers and the pluiutiff was
notified to remove them, but failed to
do so. The case is still on trial.
qpma for goods sold.
The II. W. Johns Manufacturing
company is plaintiff iu a caso against
William Connell & S ins that is being
tried before Judge Ehvards. Tho com
pany i represented by Attorney
Charles H. Wells and the defendants
by Attorneys Watson & Delhi. Tbe
suit is brongbt to recover $103 31, a
balance claimed to bo due on tbe bill.
When conrt adjourned tbe case had
not beeu completed.
James Uannou was brought into
court for contempt, he having -refused
to sign a deod iu compliance with an
order from court. When asked by
Judge LJwarda 1C he still relused to
sign, lie replied iu the affirmative, also
stating that he wished to see his at
torney. Tho prisoner was thereupon
rt.manded to the jail for the night.
A SPLENDID ENTERTAINMEMT.
Given at the Second Freibytorlan Church
Tho lecture room of the Second Presby
terian churcii was tho scene last evening
of a delightful entertainment given by
the Sunday school orchestra. A tenor
sido was the lirst of the vocal selections
nnd was rendered with much soirit. Mr.
Briton's lyric voice never fails to charm
his audience. Mrs. J ay ne'e roudeiing of
Ardltis "Dove," was a rare treat and was
Mum Catharine Parker s numbers were
specially attractive, Her lirst recitation,
"In Inoque" is a society piece of much
merit, but the gem of the evening was her
"l.ittie Golden Hair." Iu this Miss Parker
displayed her rare skill in portraying
Tho orchestral numbers wero excellent,
Sspsclaly the Gavotte and the closing over
ture. Tho rapid advancement ot Mr.
Wldmayef, as a violinist was appnrent as
he rendered with surprising technique,
Leonard's Fantasie militnlre.
Prof. Rocltwoll, Miss Smith and Miss
Bayley wore tho accompanists.
Sevntn Paatma'stors of F. and A.
M. Ruceivi Pastmast'i'i Jewels.
After tho lvrrular meetina of Hiram
lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, West
Market street, held Thursday eveniug, the
lodge gave a banquet to the members and
visiting brethren numbnrnu in all about
1(10 persins. T. Hunt llrock. of tho Wind
sor hotel, had prepared an excellent menu
lor tne occasion, which all present soemed
to enjoy with a relish.
1 lie eVeulU ' was also made innmnrnbln
by tho presentation of nastmaster's iowels
to all the living paymasters of the lodge
since 1W7. seventeen in all.
Speec'.es wero mad-i by A J. Colborn,
John F. Scragg, ex-Mayor Fellows aud T.
nrana i unman.
TODAY'S EXCUR ION TO FARVIEW.
It Will B Conduoted by th Young- Wo
man's ChrWiUn Aoclatlon.
Tlta V.kiltirr V,,mfi'a f'l, dut In. 1-
.u - " ..".....Ma vuitrviau nnDuiu-
firm will run nn exe.nri.ion fn rnrvii.iv ,),.
morning, leaving this city nt 8.30, return
ing at 5.30.
It is honed that nvnrv frinnrl nf tlm
wortliy organization will accompany thia
excursion. The fare is only 75 cents
children -it' and the trip is the most
(harming one within easy distance of
RUN DOWN WHILE ASLEEP.
Sad Acc ount That B.M Oicar Sammon
at Av cs.
Oscar Summon, a young man 21 voars
of age, who resided with his parents at
Little England, near Dun more, was so
severely injured at Avoca Thurday night
mat no died at his homo yesterday morn
i oung Sammon was a brakeinau on the
Erie nnd Wyoming Valley railroad aud
while bis train was standing In tho yard t
Avoca he sot down on tho track and beiirj
very tired fell asleep. He was run down
by a train and had both legs and an arm
cutoff. He was tak-ju to his home, where
ho died early yesterday muruiug.
MATINEE AT THE FROTHINGHAM.
Chimes of Normandy to B .Repeated
This Afternoon and Evening.
At tho matinee at the Frothingbam this
afternoon the Haekay.Kennedy company
will present the delightful "Chimes of
The Chimes is nn opera that gives every
member of this r,-nl!y excellent company
lireat opportunities, a fact is takuu ad
Tne production is tho best yet given, and
undoubtedly the most finished presenta
tion of the Opera ever seen in this city.
The wnrlt of Fanny Myers, Lizzie Gonzalez
aud Messrs. Young, Langlors and Holmes
being of the highest order. Edd Headway
has mado u decided aud emphatic hit as
Next week tho repertoire will bo Mon
day nnd Tuesday nights and Wednesday
matinee "Bohemian Girl," Wednesday and
Thursday nights "Olivette," Friday and
Saturday night! and Saturday matinee
At tho matinco today special prices.
Reserved seats only In, 15 aud 25 cents.
B9AY0R UAKEM REQUEST.
In Compliance with It Many Druggistc
and Cigar Dealers Will Re
main Closed on Sunday.
Letters were sint by, Mayor Connell
yesterday to the various druggists and
cigar dealers who have figured in tin
Sunday closing litigations of tho past
few weeks, rtqassttug drnggtats to re
train from the sale of DierchaddiSS on
the Sahbatb, except such as may ba re
quired lor sickness and requesting
. tiier dealers to ojnia 8abbatn trafflj
entirely. From inquiries made by a
Tribune reporter it was learned that
the n quest will bo complied with,
Following is the letter sent by
Mayor Connell to the druggists:
Bcranton, Pa., Juno is, isoi.
DlAHBlRl If yon will kindly limit the
pule ot merchandise irom yonr store on Sun
day strictly to those articles which are e--svntial
to the treatment of sickness, you
will confer a favor ou mo which will bo
Yours very truly,
W. L. Ci'NNKi.i., Mayor.
Druggist Phelps has replied to tl e
letter saying ho will cheerfully comply
with the request, and that neither Mr,
Dony nor those behind him could have
brought it about. Mr. Phelps stated
to a TRIBUNE reporter that he proposed
to stand ly his public announcement
that he would accept any dose Mayor
Counell might prescrio-.i. From Mr.
Phelps it wus learned that McO irrah
& Thomas would also accede to the
r. q iext.
hi, Moses, tho Lackawanna avenue
cigar dealer, said ho would close his
store on Sunday in complianoe with the
mayor's getitlemauly t quest.
Druggist Ryan, of I'euu avenue, said
the closing of his sodavater trade on
Sunday would incur an inconvenience
for his customers and deprive thorn of
what he believe9 is a necessity. It is
his purpose to confer with Mayor Cjii
nell today. While not assuming a rad
ical position iu tbe matter, be could
not Btato last night just whuf lie would
do regarding the mayor's it quest.
This morning a tuectiug will be held
of those who opposed the Dony crusade
at which the mayor's letter will be con
sidered. From the tenor of the remarks
of those to whom Tin: TRIBUNE reporter
conversed last night, it seems evident
that the request of the mayor will be
sufficient to secure the obset vauco of
the law. Those approached, however,
declared emphatically that they would
never have submitted out of respect for
:ur. Dony a wishes.
WARRANT WJS NOT SERVED.
Rev. Mr. Dony Was In Wilkes-Barre
Yesterday on Fusiiies.
Tho warrant issued at tho instance of
Drug Clerk Frank Beavers charging Rev.
F. A. Dony with perjury was not served
yesterday, as Mr. Dony was in Wilkes-
Barre all day ou business. It will bo served
Druggist Pbe',p3 says that thoro was no
Intention on the part of any one to entrap
.Mr. Dony. Personally he had no knowl
edge that hi-, clerk, Mr. Baa vers, was in
New York until bo was so informed by
his Lead clerk last Sunday night. Air.
Beavers, when arrested, felt that he hud a
just grievance and bad the warrant for
Mr. Dony issuod.
GIRLS HAVE A NARROW ESCAPE.
Mias Hand and Miss Xorrey Upset in a
Two young girls, daughters ot George
Hand and City Solicitor Torrey.had a nar
row escape from serious injury yesterday
noon while driving a pony attached to a
They were bowling along Gibson street
and In endeavoring to turn into Mole court
the cart was upset and the girls thrown to
the pavement. At the same tune the pony
became entangled in the harness and fel
uown, injuring itseir somewhat.
a nuuiuiT ot pers n:s rusueu to mo res
cue, but fortunately found that u bad
tright whs ll. o only damage which tho
A WEEK OF STANDARD PLAYS.
Wlil lie Presented in a Fins Manner at
The old patrons of the Wonderland thea
ter ere pleased over the announcement
that this popular hones will open Its doors
on Monday for ii week of extensive report
toire by the Modem Star players. "II net
Kirke," "Forg'veness." "i'orget-.Me Not,"
"Fal ely Accused," "F'un ou the Bliitol"
and "Private Secretary" will be pseseuted,
PrlOfS for the matinee, which will be
given every nfternoon, will be but 10 nnd
20 cents. A feature to which is attached
a great ileal of interest is the entitling of
every bidder of an admission ticket to a
chance ou a high grade bicyclo.
VISIT TO THE TRAINING SCHOOL.
Directors Giv oi an Objjot Lisson on the
Work It. Dobb.
F. L. Wormier, 0, S Jacobs, Goorgo
Mitchell and W. J. Welsh, members of tne
board of control, and Superintendent of
Schools Phillips yesterday afternoon vis
ited the trainiug school for leachers and
were given an object lesson by Miss Laura
Boice, its principal, in the manner iu
which i he school is conducted.
The visitors were much gratified with
what they saw aud me convinced that the
training School is all excellent institution.
Children's Day Services.
Tomorrow Trinity Evangelical Sunday
Bchool, corner Luke aud Kurtz streets
"Little England," will celebrate Children's
day, nnd a time of great rejoicing is an
ticipated by all who bnve so earnestly
toiled to prepare an excelleut programme.
The pastor, Hcv. J. G. Whitemore, haB
kindly consented to preach an illustrated
sermon fur the benefit of the children at
Mi. -ii a. in. At 2 p. m., Sunday school us
usual. At 7. 80 p. in., servicos of the
childron, for whoso special interest aud
enjoyment tho day is sot apart.
Wood Lawn. Wood Lawn.
Why are the lots at Wood Lawn Park
the best. Because no assessments tor sewer
or grading streets will be mado. Special
sale this afternoon, also 0 to 8 p. m.
The 6 Bros',
shoes are easy to wear and hard to wear
OUR CITY S NEW PARKS
The tevelopmeni tf the Idea Among the
People cf Scraaton.
THE LONG DESIRE fS SATISFIED
Something About Our Residential
Parks and the Groat Fad for Elegant
Suburban Retreats -They Are Mak
ing Our City Dcautiful and Health
ful and Giving Us Innumerable
Model, Well Appointed Homes.
Long before Scran ton was ont of her
teens the thriving young city has seen
the need of parks, aud with this sprinu
has coino the final triumph of her
praiseworthy endeavors. Not having
H great public park where the people
might fly tho burning rays of the sun
her most progressive oitliaos sought to
bring tho pleasures o( tho country and
of the parks to their homes. "From
out of evil eometh goor1,"aud from th
abseuoe of public parks heve come tho
beautifying ol the city residences an I
tbe conception of the idea of residen
Several of Huso havo been opened iu
this alkfi but by far the prettiest ot
t'uem, us all concede, is Riohmoot Park,
in upper Green Ridge, Hichiuont
Park is located on u ground of all
grades of elevation and commands a
varied view of Ihe most picturesque
portions of our hills and valleys, The
air is particularly frsli, iuvigoratiug
Rlcbmont Park, all acknowledge, is
a reul residential Eden, and some of
the most beautiful residences urn being
ill srrj dbll
There is a great ruau ufere of tho
best clasi of our citiz-ns. who are
largely purchasing places for homes.
O i all sides lots have been purchased
by lawyers, journalists, clergymen,
drucgists, merchants and men and
woni JU in tbe highest stations, callings
and professions, and from tho class of
resiliences there are in this column it
is evident to nil that Ricbmont Park is
fast becoming tho choice residential lo
cality of tbe Electric City. The dwel
lings shown beneath nr of the southern
models nud are now in course of erec
tion In Riohmont Park by Contractor
13. F. Dunn, of Greeu Ridge, according
to the plans prepared by Architects F
L. Drown & l'ercival J. Morrid, of this
ejhjWilll I "
The engravings speak out for them
selves. The cottages are complete
throughout in nil the modern idea of
home complete in hp. They are con
structed with large and spacious rooms,
broad and delightful verandas, beau
tiful and oninmenlod porticos, sightly
nnd airy observatories and elegant
compact balconies. They are adoruod
with exquisite turned mouldings, cas
ing and iterio frieies. Tho windows
are of varying siz's and sh ipes oblong,
square, circular and semicircular; they
are of plain and stained glass and ar
singio or grouped, doublo and triple
The buildings are being constructed
with the best sanitary plumbing, with
hot nn l cold t Water batlirooms, closets,
gas connections and fixtures, laundries
with staiionarv stone tubs kitchon
A. .. ... ' 'A3 I
ranges, lurnuces and electric lei's.
The cellar walls are of wiiitn atone laid
in courses and beautiful iro i fences i f
unique design will run along the
grassy lawns in fn nt.
These buildings so complete in all
No cotton seed oil used in
the Olive Oil bearing our
Full Pints, 50c, per bottle
Full Qts,, 90c. per bottle
1 Gal. Tins, $2.20 per gal.
5 Gal. Tins, $2.00 per gal.
All other popular brands, 50
and 75c. per quart.
E. G. COURSEN,
429 Lacka. Ava.
ff ' . n
.'. . -o--rvi . r -jt
things aud so beautiful In design give
evidence of the character of the build
ings which are to adorn tbe lots in
Klchmont park. These housss are
amply protected by restrictions which
will prevent uuy inferior houses to de
tract from the beauty of tho houses in
I ho park. A pretty little office of
original design by the same architects,
is erected on Ricbmont avenue and is
open all hours nf the tlsy and evening.
They have nn nfti ..t 117 I'etiti avenue
in charge of Attorney II. M. Hannah,
one of tho comp mv. Tiiey have lots
of ull prices from ifiiDO to $1 200 accord
ing to location and requiring but $100
down, give ten yours to pay tho bal
ance. Richmont park has nearly a
mile of stouo sidewalks, and one-half a
mile of a sewer laid, catch basins, etc.
The city water is all through the park
Tho tireen Ridge People's CHrs run
within half a block of it and the Dun -iuor
Suburban is not tnoro than two
blocks awaf on the other side of the
handsome Pennsylvania State build
ings of the Oral tchaul. Hichmout
p. irk is destined to be the grandest resi -dental
locility in all the city of Scran
ton. FIRST GRADUATESOF SEASON.
Commencement Pxsrciscs of School
cf Lackawanna Held Yester
The class which graduated yester
day from tho Sebool of the Lack i
waniiu was as follows: Misses Augusta
Pratt Fordham, Pauline Meredith
Pitcher, Louise Bidwell Hull, Mary
Allen Peunypaoker, Robert W. Arch
bald, Charles U Cole, Frank R.
Stouker, William J. Torrey, Arthur B,
Williams, usorge S HoldsrmsQ, James
L, Fatlook, Arthur C, Thompson, Ed
ward S Moffat, James W. GUarbart,
Frank Roth receives u State College
Prises wero awanlel eg follows;
Kami compositiou medal, ?! i Marlon
F. Crni.e; classical, Charles M. Hatha
way; lirst German, Miss Augusta P
Forcttum; second French, Hiss Lillle
Hutobings; algebra, Myrtis Foots uud
Charles W, Pond; botany herbarium,
Cauls Bennett; honorable mention,
Alice Osterhouti beginner's Latin,
Edith L Hill; honorable mention,
David J, Davis, Albert H. Craue; be-ginuer'-
German, Myrtis A Foote.
Prises in the intermediate depart
ment were awarded as follows: Draw
ing, Farrington Buy dam; honorable
mention, G. Clark Gull). Ctrl Bern
bard; French, Anna Merriman.
The intermediate aud primary de
partment exercises were Held in th
morning nnd the graduating txeraisea
in tho afternoon. Th room OJUtsineil
a handsome display of 11 iwers and class
Following is the programme rend
Prayer by Kev. Mr. Guild.
Beading of P, bo cjiuposition by Miss Ma
Singing, No. S7J, Go.-pcl Ilyrnn.
Anuiinl address to the school by Kjv. L.
C. Floyd, D. I),
Singing, No. 201, Gospel Hymns
School address to the clues by Kev. Uany
W. Luce, class of 'Si.
Presentation of medals aud diplomas by
Mr. Can n.
Song to the tune of ''Bingo," closing with
Announcement of prises by Mr. BuelL
The school bong, closing with tho school
of New York city, will bo iu his Scrnntou
office, -141 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day fr,.in S in thu morning until U in tho
Giar d Openins
of my hotel, at the corner of Penu avenue
and dpi nee street, on Monday afternoon
and evening, June 18. Free lunch all day.
F. J. MILL, KB, proprietor.
Formerly C. H. Miller.
Why aie the people Hocking at Wood
Lawn Park. It is cool and shady. Special
sal of lots this afternoon, Don't wait,
but buy now. Prices that beat auy. Try
us, Also ou plot from tl to S p. m.
r. he 5 Bros'
have nlwnys Something now, that is why
everybody trades there.
RsiNBABT'S market. Meats, fish nnd
groceries, lowest pnssihlo prices.
Uvax, the druggist, will give to callers
who are troubled, for one week one bottle
of Dinimock's kidney nnd bladder cuie
free, or will sell two hundred uosos for one
dollar, guaranteed as represented.
Toadlo & Weoiz's nnd Ballantins'j
Ales i re the bi st. E, J, Walsh, Agont,
88 Lackawanna avenue.
Swknv, champion high jutaper of the
world, will be here Juno 23.
RiniBART'S market sells fresh roll but
ter at is cents. Call and examine.
A Comfortable Shoe
is what the 8 Qios. can give you.
Wood Lawn I ark.
Said lo be the linest plot ever opened iu
Uih i liy, A home site can now be had at
a low ligure Come this p. m. Sure and
get one. Special prices.
Buy iho W'tbsr
nnd got the best. At Guernsey Bros.
And Right Up
to Date. .
We have Artistic
Designs in Wed
ding Gifts and all
the Latest Novel
ties. W.W. BERRY, Jeweler
417 LACKA. AVE.
Best Sets of Teeth, $3 00
including the painless extracting
cf teeth by an entirely new prt
S. C. Snyder, D.p.S.
180 WYOMING AVli
ON fi Oil
Music Boxts Exolusivslv.
Eest made. Play any desired number of
tnnes. Oautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut stroet, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, only t5 aad 110.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tunes.
For Public Benefit I
It's no us- to remind you 3
that warm weather Is hole.
will re- a
mind you of our lino of Bummer Goods S
Sen our linn or O LAO I KB ItKYBIfl
BKATOHl, with iiateated movablu
IlueB. Bolid leu rack aad shelve, seven
wnlls to preserve tho ico. Best In the
S Kemoml.or, wo havo tho 3
E lluoot asaortment of OIL aud UAH 9
S NIOV1SS, CiAs IttNOKS, etc., in tho I
B city. a
gj Don't buy a lawn mower until you
m have boon our uuarantood 5
s Electric Mowers,
!'! M Inch, 83.50. 3
All Sizes, IS."..-, up, 2
I Screen Doors, complete. we,
I Wire Cloth, A" ffi aud 1
I Cherry Fitters,
40 and 00c.
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S H.Battin &Ca I
BcrantoV, i6 pcn Ave
1 1 ,11 i ll 1 1 A
CORSST AND GLOVE STORE.
On Win tar, "u e 11, we' wl 1 havo an
exrio i- e l irsot omu I'fn jn i wYoik
who i 1 o h b t ai d t.t t ie co . bra ed
P. O. CORSETS.
We will bi Ploii3(d to fit eyerv r.na who
esfjs tohavea IVriie Ft ns Oorsit,
We are alto P re part d to lit any L'orke
fi'oinaOc. lo the higher prieca
128 Wyoming Ave.
That tlie natural outlines of the foot should be preserved
rather than interfered with; if you bdlieve iu comfort and
fit ns well as style; if you bulii;ve in shapely Bhooa for Bhape
ly feet; if you want service then put your money, as well as
your feet, in our shoes.
We show and sell the grandest and greatest line of
Tootwear that ever adorned and protected thj feminine or
Ladies' Beautiful Russet Tipped
Oxfords, all sizes,
Ladies Gxtra Quality Russet
Misses' Best Quality Russet Goat,
spring heel, button,
Child's Extra Quality Patent
Leather Tipped, button,
FEI CLOTHING & SHOE HOUSE
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE,
Complete Outfitters, SC RAN TO N, PA.
S. L. GALLEN.
REMEMBER- -Every purchaser of $1 worth or over receives a chance on
the Beautiful PARLOR SUIT.
Y BUY THIS
II TO 2 $1.25
VA TO b'A $1.50
RAIN OR SHINE
EACH day this week we will offer bargains appro
priate to the weather. If rainy Umbrellas and
Mackintoshes; and if clear weather, Straw Hat.?. Mil
lmery, Shirt Waists, Ladies' Suits, Neckwear, &c.
MEN'S AND BOYS' NECKWEAR, 17c, EACH
AGENCY FOR DR. JAEGER'S WOOLEN GOODS
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LA0EAWANNA AVE.
This time wa offer a $2.00
Leghorn Hat for
Remember this is the finest Leghorn
Silk Poppies for 10 cents a
50 different styles of Flow
for 10 cents a spray.
In our CLOAK DEPART
MENT we will sell a $6
Coat for $2.98.
Capes for $1.98.
Ladies' Tailor-mad3 Suits
for $4.98, worth $8.
STORKI) and INSURED
IF ALTERED BY
US, FREE OP CM A ROE
During thu bummer.
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138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIME DAN !.
Men's best grade Casco Calf, lace
and Congress, Loudon aud
Men's extra quality Russia Calf,
hand Welt, lace and Congress,
Youths' extra quality B Calf,
tipped, button and bals,
Infants' best quality Tau and Red
Wouldn't wear out so many Shoos
if you bought hint
Try a pair next time. Our spe
cialty is good-wearing and good
looking Shoes for Children.
Banister's Shoe House
Toe Owl Shoe