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THE SCEAKTON TKIBUNE-TIIUBSDAY MORNING. JULY 5, 181)4. 3
SHAW - PIANOS.
STELLE & SEELEY,
134 WYOMING AVE.
FINEST LINE IN THE CITY
FOR THE PKICEX
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
THE TRADE BV
The Weston Ml Co
EEWARS C? COUNTERFEITS J
THE BFM'IWE POPUlftW
HAVE TME W'TIVS
G., B. Sc Co,,
Garney, Brown & Co. MIT's.
to IK l UUlst MiUAKK.
DR. H. B. WARE
406 SPRUCE STREET,
back of Dime Bank.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
The North End oftko of tho KottARTOH
TmiiL'NC is loeateil at the Lewis Drugstore
and Ji.lm'a Stmv. Wiivuo aveuuo, where sub-
it ptions, ailvortisi'inonts and cuinnitiu, cation
will receive prompt uueimun.
Mr. and Jlrs. liiuBlu.-. Siaicli, of Pittston,
paid a visit to tueir relatives na Wayne
Tile leathering at St. Mary's hall was
patrouiz.nl by a largo number, notwith
standing the other flaring attractions.
The little daughter of John Owen, Brick
awn up. who has been seriously ill with
brain lever is improving under the care of
Seven ladies and gentlemen veiterday
caul compulsory visits to the police sta
tioti owing to the manner in which they
celebrated the ever glorious Fourth.
The ladies of th A-btiry Methodist
Episcopal church celebrated the Fourth at
North Park, and their effort were duly
appreciated by their numerous mends.
The horse of Samuel Lewis ran away
yisterday morning m Wayne avenne and
reunited in great injur? to the uu'gy. Mr.
Lewis gallantly stuck to the runaway and
thereby avoided any more serious acci
dents. The festival at the Xortb Main Avenne
Baptist church was a decided success and
the object of the mooting was fully at
tsined and approved of bv the lnrgj num
bers wuo gathered togetnor lu tho after
noon and evening.
The Electric Library Social society, of
. Providence, held their annual ball at
O'Donncil'a ball in celebration of the
Fourth. James Mnrrav acted as master
of ceremonies and mu-ic was sunnliod bv
Miss O'ilalley. A large number enjoyed a
very piensaut ovoning.
Mr. Hovck. gardener for Mrs. Trlnn,
grafted a small twig upon an apple tree in
the spring of "M and at the present time
the new Kr.t t, although only four inches
in length, bears eleven apples. It Is more
singular inasmucn as it is not toe neanng
year of the tree from which the graft wag
taken. Mr. iloyck will be pleased to show
it to any horticulturist as it is a very rare
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS. .
l"" bluing mn.Hii. lliMin ibJil. ftliu liuw
BTlo-tCI ilitinn. if left at tllS ffiUnwInis Imnimifw
r ah ,in,.ti, .... . .1
places, will lie promptly attended to: Sana's
n,.u al.r.n YL'...,..r,.l.P ......... T Tlf
... n.,w, :ni I'iniil n nuni'7, Ui YT . lllltUIU'
rey's nhnnn cy and A. J. Mul.lorijf's.J
The houe of Thomas Kelly was set on
nre dv uroworks yesterday morning.
Only slight damage was done.
The Polish children's picnic In the Mea
dows yesterday nroved an enllro sneenan
and was much enjoyed by the large num
ber in attendance.
The picnic at Central Park garden last
evening was largely atteudod. All kiuds
of games were indulged in, while the danc
ing pavilion was crowdsd throughout the
en ' ire day. Mr. Oelbert scored a Unnncial
The young ladies of fit. John's chnrch
are to be congratulated for the efforts
, they made at Bcbimnfl's grove yestorday
to amuse and cater to the large crowds
who honored them with their presence.
Throughout the entire day there was not
a dull moment.
July1 4 was celebrated In a fitting manner
on this side yesterday. The decorations
were most prnfuse. The spiteful cracker,
the loud mouthed cannon, and the sizzing
sky rocket, combined to make the day of
independence one long to be remembered.
There were very few accldeuts, notwith
standing the large amount of powder ex
pended. The day passed off most enjoya
bly. It will be remembered with pleasure
by a large number. '
International Convention U. 8. Chris
Special tickets at low rate of single fare
for round trip will be on sale by the Le
higu Valley Railroad to Cleveland, O.
These tickets will be sold from all stations,
July Hth-llth, good for return on July 81st.
For full particulars apply to agents, or 309
Lackawanna ave., Bcranton, Pa. ....
A foe to Dyspepsia
i Number of Persons Injured Mrs or Less
SIDNEY MOORE'S INJURIES
His Bicycle Collidod with a Stone
Wagon Polander Squeezed. Be
tween a Slreet Cap and a Fence.
Henry Wo I by Injured in Races at
Driving Park Fires of the Day
Yesterday was Drollfio of acolJenti.
They occurred, iu all ptrts of the tity.
Abont 5 20 o'clock yesterday tnor.u
tug an alarm for lire was turned in
irout cox 14, comer L,aoKawanna
avenne and Seventh street. The NaT
Aug and 1'benix companies responded
quickly, and when they readied the
fridge on lower Liuckiiwanna avenue
the Phenix company was a little iu the
isad, and as the Nay-An? hose cart
went to pans them the wheel of the cart
stfnck tbe guard rail on the bridge and
Driver Eugene Moyer hal his sboul-1
lor dislocated and Henry Brown (col
ored was injured about the hips. Urs.
brerbart an. I Maud were summoned
unci after treating tnem sent them to
At tbe bicvole racas at the Driving
park in the afternoon an accldeut befol
ilenry Welby, who was racing under
i he name of Harry Waldner. it was in
the Hi at, race, the one mile novice, and
the racers were coming down the
stretch all iu a bunch, with the vxeep
lion ot Welby, who was some distance
behind. After the men hud pasted
some enthusiast g it on the track and
wus struck by Welby, who was coin-
lug at lull speed. Welby was thrown
from his wheel and as he fell the han
dle bur struck him ju.it under the heart.
TAKEN TO THE UOSP1TAL
A doctor was cilia I from the grand
stand and ordered Welbv's removal to
tie hospital. A report flw like wild-
tire through the gruud stand that be
had been, seriously Injured and could
not live an hour, which somewhat
dampened tbe spirits of .the spectators.
Inquiry was made at the hospital last
uiirbt and it was learned that be had
received no serious injury, but had
b"en badly suakou up Inn hospital
officials thiuk that ho will be all right
again in a Uuy or two. lie lives with
his parents ut o "J iiiroh street, where
be will be taken home tomorrow if
a bis to be moved.
Sidney Moore, tbe 15-venr-old son of
Mrs. 8. H. Moore, of 310 Washington
avenne, was injured by coming in con
tact with a wagon loaded with 11 ig
atones. Young Moore was riding a
bicycle and tried to pass between tbe
wagon and tbe curbing. Tbe driver
erow led him instead of allowing him
to pass, and Moore fell against the
pavement Hi right leg was oaught
between the upper and lower cross
birs of the bicycle;. Tbe fall injured
his knee so thitt it swelled to an ab
Tim arm lent occurred near Lorenz
& Koenipel's drug store, on Washing
ton atieuue, and the boy was brought
into the store aud medical aid sum
moned At the latest report he was
YAWCCP BADLY SQUEEZED.
A Polauder named William Yawcup,
whose domicile fronts on Lloyd street,
w is homeward bound at a early hour
veterday morning. He invested 5
cents in n journey on the last Provid
ence ear and to all obvious appearances
had laid our a comfortable sura of bis
cash as a:i efferiog at tbe shrine of
When the cur reached tbe bill near
Court street, Yawcup, who had been
occupying the sideboard of the open
car, was cquetzsd between the side of
the car and the fence that borders close
to the track. Dr. Kays attended him
aud found that three of his ribs were
Thomas Morris Griffiths, son of Mrs.
David Griffiths of the Sloan Patch on
-the West bide, was badly burned a nn
early hour yesterday morning by tbe
explosion of a cannon. His injuries
were of a most painfnl nature. His
arm was badly lacerated aud bis face
much burned. -
Mr. llioes a Delaware and Hudson
ticket agent, had two of bis fingers
bridly lacerated Tuesdsy night by the
explosion of a cannon crack -r at West
L ckawanna and Seventh strter,
COLLIDED WITH A HOSK CART.
A collision occurred at 11:20 yester
day between a Lmnrnpre suburban
street car and tbe hose carriage of the
Nny Aug hose company at tbe corner
of bprnc- street and franklin avenue.
Tne Nay Aug were responding to
'the alarm sent in from box 12. Tbe
driver of tbe hose carriage claims that
the molorman of tbo car was to blame,
aud the uiotorni'in charges the driver
with being at fault.
At any rate the platform of the or
wns in oca damaged and the motor
man's arm was sprained, tint it did not
came him to qnlt work. The king bol',
tnrn table and on shurt ot the boss cm
riuge wera broken, but the driver
escaped injury. Thecir was in charge
of Conductor Milrs and Motoruian
FIRES OF THE DAY.
K-pt the Flrsmin Moving In
The small boy with his cracker and
the boys of larger growth, too, did
considerable damage yesterday with
their fire crackers and rockets. It was
one of tbo busiest days the firemeu
have had for years. The firemeu were
on dnty in all bose houses of the city
during the day, and their services were
frequently needed. Horses were con
stantly liiicueu to engines and ear
riages, ready to start at the first stroke
of the alarm ueii.
The first alarm was sent in at 12.15
yesterday morning and was caused by
a small blaze iu front of Joseph
Green's. There was no damage. The
second alarm was a false one. Some
one mistook smoke Isiuing from Bart
ron's blacksmith, shop on West Lickn
wannt avsnne for a fire and turned in
an alarm from box 14
CHILDREN BURNED DV 1WDEU.
At 7,30 a. tn, another alarm came in
from box 83. It was a bonse owned
by Widow Dora Schnltz on the corner
of Hyde Park avenue aud Swetland
street. Her little 3-year-old son had
Athletic and Other
Societies, can have POSTERS of the
most attractive kind, and
of the best workmanship,
printed it short notice at
THE TRIBUNE OFFICE.
procured a piece of lighted punk some
where and put it in a keg of powder, Tne
little one was terribly burned, a was
also a little brother a year or two
older. The firemen succeeded in put
ting ont the tire before much damage
wns done to tbe house.
Tbe firemen bad hardly returned to
their honsta before an alarm came
from box 53. A houe owned .by Pal
rick Donnelly, on Prospect street, bad
oaugut fire on the root from a fire
cracker. The damage was slight.
At precisely 9:20 o'elook a. m. the
oourt honsn bell pealed forth an alarm
from box 37. A new lot of bay bad
j'tat been put in the Capouse colliery
bam, and- spontaneous combustion
caused a blaze, The barn was com
pletely destroyed and two mules
burned to death while five others were
badly burned and had to be shot. The
firemen sucoeedsd, after au hour and
a. ball's hard work, in saving tbe ad
joining property and extinguished tbe
Quiet reigned then until 11 ,80 a.m.,
when a slight blaze caused by the burn
ing of a lot of rubbish In the rear of
18 Lackawanna avenue called out the
WOnK OF FIRE CRACKERS.
At 2 o'clock p.m. a roof fire occurred
in a bouse kept by aome Hungarian on
Emmet street, caused by "harmless"
fire crackers. But little damage re
sulted, Box S3 was pnlled abont 8.30 last
evening, but it proved to be a false
A FLAVOR OF SENTIMENT.
Decorative Touch to tho l'racttcal Idea of
"A woman's grouta.st charms aro thoso
least easily unnlyzcd. "
''A woman Is not truly beautiful until
tho angol of sorrow has touched hor with
These aro two of the lnnumerablo pret
tily expressed fancies' with which the
French nation adds iv llavor of sontimmit
to its practical everyday life as It adds a
uccorativo touch to tho ubiquitous iicgll
goo morning suck by moans of a bow oi
ribbon. We In America hnVo still some
thing to learn from tho older countries, al
though not perhaps on tho points upon
which we are most willing to receive in
struction. Wo aro so scientific and so pro
gressive that we leave no room for senti
ment in our lifo and are In danger of set-
tllng'down Into a sort of highly moral
materialism. Sentiment, even If it occa
sionally degenerates into stmtimentntlty,
is a genuino relief from tho utilitarianism
which is tho atmosphere iu which wo ex
1st ns a peoplo. Tho French ore scientific
and even more thrifty than ourselves, but
they contrive to take life with the bloom
on it and rnnko living In somo senso an
artistic pleasure, whereas half of us live
because wo must and aro constantly con
scious of tho fact that it is very tedious
work indeed. We aro Inclined to ignore
our emotions and afford them no escape
valve, so permitting them to concentrate
their force until they break out into scrl
ous demonstration. Perhaps wo shall
never linprovo in that direction, and if so
wo con only lay It to tho climate, which al
ready bears the responsibility of our nasal
accent ond our restlessness.
Tho climate is just now particularly tor
rid and suggestive of thin gowns, an 11
lustration of one of -which is given. It Is
w the shadoof green called tilleul, and the
lower skirt Is of taffeta, accordion plaited,
The second ono Is of crcpon to match, cut
m a lurp?o point back and front and trim
med with a flounce of white point do vo-
nlso. Tho Eton jacket lias rovers of laco,
which part to show a full vest of taffeta,
The full elbow sleeves are finished with a
lace flounce and n baud and bow of block
sat in, and the waist is encircled by a b'o"'
Enmor says that Ixinnnts are not worn
at all in Paris, Imt hats of ovory con
ceivablo color nnd shape nro to bo seen
everywhere. This announcement comes
every year with tho first breath of sum
mer, and the present display of mil
liners' wares seems to givo it a som
bl an co of truth. Light colored straws,
tulle, laco and leghorn lints, adorned
with feathers, flowers and airy tullo
bows, have apparently usurped tho plaee
of tho dimintitivo bonnet nnd toquo so
popular in tho early spring. Trimmings
have moved out onto tho brims, nud
iiuorly all of tho hats hnvo either a bow
of ribbons, a biuid mid Imcklo or a
bnneh of flowers underneath tho brim.
There is a mild revolution in bows, nud
they no longer nppenr nt tho back, but
assort themselves in distinct loops
which either stand out nt the sido or
erect abovo tho face. Mnny of tho straw
hats havo a crown of ono color and a
brim of nnother.
Ti.y comfort und daintiness of white
and colored shirt wuists cannot bo de
nied, and sinco their eavliost Vogue, aft
er improvements in shapo and stylo,
nearly nil women have bocomo converts
to thoir utility. Tho now "tailor made"
waist- has a slightly starched shield
front, collar and cuffs, tho plain fiat
shield ornamented with a fine vine em
broidery. It comes in pink, cream and
blue linon, in single colors, in chanibray
and gingham and in combination of
dainty cotton fabrics, and is to be worn
with and without an outsido jacket
Put a pound of brown sugar Jnto a
saucepan with half a pound of grated
choooluto, 3 tublespoonfuls of molasses,
an ounce of butter, half a cup of milk
and a tuaspoouful of vanilla; lot heat
slowly and stir until dissolved; boll
until it will hardon when dropped in
cold water. Tako from the flro, tnrn in
to a battered square pan and mark off
Into squares with a dull knife. Stand
in a cold plana When hard, break apart
aud wrap La waxed paper.
The Faun Avenue Churoh
and Sunday school will go to Lake Ariel
Friday, July 7. Ticketf, 60 cents; chil
dren, SO cents. Trains leave at 8.80
Tbe Glorious Fourth Celebrated la an En
WHERE PEOPLE SPENT THE DAY
A Very Large Delegation Visited Lake
Winola West Side Singers Cap
tured All of the Principal Prizes at
Lake Ariel Other Happenings of
the Day Across the Lackawanna
iThe West Bide office of the ScnANTON
TmnuNB is located at 113 North Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisements
und communications will receive prompt
Tbe Fourth of July as it wns ob
served on this side yesterday was one
long to be remembered. The people
were filled with a desire to celebrate
tbe day and an unusually large amount
of patriotism was exhibited. All
along Main avenue tbe decorations
were very fine. The stores were ex
quisitely decorated with flags and
Many private residences along the
back avenues were neatly trimmed. At
early morn and before tbe sun wns up
the small boy was on Uammou's bill
with bis cannon. The day was spent
in various ways. Some preferred the
Caledonian games at Laurel Hill park,
while hundreds flocked to the Driviug
park, where the aununl meet of the
bcranton club was witnessed. The
bull erauks saw the locals play.
Every available conveyance in the
city was hired by those who took more
pleasure in the neighboring lakes, as
will be seen by tbe following who
spent the day at Lake Winola: Misses
Jeuuie Becker, of New York, Lou
Deppon, Ethel Porter, Margaret Lewis,
of the North End ; Ida Phillip, Hattie
Fellowe, Grace Acker, Myrtle Frauu
felter, Louise Davlws, Gertrude Lloyd,
aud A. W. Beers, J. A. Wettling,
Walter Jones, David Owens. George
Griffiths, Will Griffiths, Latimer
Reese, Charles Mansfitld, Bert Eyuon,
Eddie Hughes. Emersun Owen, Walter
Neeley, Ira J. Prioe, Will Jones, Hob
ert Beavers, Kay Morgan, John Thomas
and Will Reynolds. A most enjoyable
day was spent by all. This is only a
small amount of the West Siders that
went to that beautiful resort, and
most of these made tbe trip in surries.
A large number of people visited Lily,
Crystal and Mountain lakes.
WEST SIDE PRIZE WINNERS.
Csptured litany Dollars at Lake Ariel
Tbe Welsh singers of the West Side
carried off most of tbe important prizes
at the Lake Ariel Eisteddfod yester
day. The grand prize of $300 was won
by Hyde Park Choral society, under
the leadership of Daniel Thomas, in
rendering "O Futher Whose Almighty
Power," by Handel. Tbe Drued Glee
ciub, under tbe leadership of LewU
Watkins, came next in competition.
It won tbe male party prize ot $30 for
the best rendition of "Comrades lu
Arms." Tbe tenor solo ''How So Far"
was won by EJwiu Bowen of Bjllevus,
and William Evans won the baritone
solo, "The Toradoe," by Carman,
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Richard Reese, of Lafayette street, is
excavating a foundation for the ereotion
of a double bouse.
Fred Jones, of Jackson street, will leave
tomorrow for Atlantic City, where he
will sojourn during the summer monttis.
Dr. W. A. Paine and family of Wash
burn street will leave today for Lake Wi
nola where thoy will spend tbe summer.
Tbe Delaware, Lackawanna and West
era Railroad company will pay their era-
ployes at the Bellevue, Dodge and Oxford
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morse, and family,
ot Jackson, street left yesterday for Cohoes,
N. Y. to attend tbe twenty-fUtb anniver
sary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Au
stin Carpenter, of that place, the lutter be
ing a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lewit.
Worse. JMigune Morse aim laniuy oi
North Hyde Park avenue, will leave for
A IVatnre of Many of the Summer Drosses,
The Foppy Waist.
French blouses are a fenturo of sum
mer gowns, whother morcly of boating
or yachting dresses, or the separate
waists of Bilk or of gauzo, or else tho
moro conventional walking drosses of
checked wool, whon they aro usually
completed by a little bolero of silk or
moire. This blouse, explains Harper's
Bazar, is only the familiar French waist
that is gathered to a bolt in front and
baok, given a blouso effect by cutting
the fronts fuller at the throat and long
enoujfh below to allow them to droop
an inch or two on the belt The sides
are kept intact, tho under arm scams of
tho ontor material being sewed up sepa
rately from thoso of tho lining, if thcro
be a lining. French modistes permit tho
back to droop also, especially on vory
Blonder figures, but dressmakers hero
find it moro popular to draw t(io back
quito straight insido tho belt
A street dress of chocked tan nnd ecru
wool has this full blouso front fastened
on tho left side and drooping low on a
wido black moire bolt ribbon. Tho same
blouso droop is given in the bnek, but
is only a short and scant puff of tho
checked wool set abovo tho belt, as tho
upper part of tho buekjis covered with a
littlo bolero of black inoi.ro. The fronts
of the small jacket, of course, do not
meet and nro ornamented with rolled
rovers of the moire covered with whito
guipure. Tho sleeves nro largo gigots,
and tho skirt lias narrow bias folds of
moiro for trimming.
Tho poppy waist is n naiuo for anoth
er charming manifestation of tho
French blouse, n wnist to wear in tho
afternoon or nt tho theater with any
protty skirt of light silk, whito or black.
It is a glowing mass of color, nud oach
sloovo, with its soveral doubled rufllos
nronnd tho arm, represents a hugo poppy.
It is mado of red gauffered gauzo in
lengthwiso shirred tucks, three in a
cluster, having a puff botwoen, and
droops Jow on the intod tuffota bolt
in front and back alike Very light
green gauzes, rose colors aud chrysnn
thomum yellows nlso rnnko floworliko
blouses of this kind Outing dresses
bavo the most protiouncod of all French
Simpler gowns of pole bluo galatoa
cotton havo a yoke blouso waist the
front drooping after the Fronch model,
and the entire gown, waist and skirt
trimmed around with striposof whito
pique edgod on oach side with black
From 6 tn 8 each evening, visitors will
be shown Woodlawn Park lots.
TO INTEREST D. L. & W. MEN.
Will Be Asked to Aeetit the Strikers in
An effort is being mads to drag the
Dslaware, Lackawanna and Western
Riilroad comp ioy Into the great rail
road strike that is now plHylng such
havoo with all business' interests
through the west,
Yesterday committee representing
the American Railway union pusned
inrongn this city for JNw York with s
view to interesting the employes of the
Delaware, Luckawauna and Western
company in tho warfare against the
ir tbe committee is successful in its
mission request will then be made to
tbe officers of tho Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western asking that Pull
man coaches be dropped from its trains,
Within twenty-four hours it will be
known if tbe Delaware, Lackawanca
and Western employes favor joining
nanus with their bretberu in the west.
A Tuibunb reporter last evening in
terviewed a number ot the meu em
ployed by the above company, but they
uniformly declined to say anything
abont tbe present strike extending
through tbe east, or what would bo the
outcome of the committee' visit to
IllDB WILL BE KECrilVUD BV 1UU
J Pino Brook Accidental Fund rominittim
for tho privilege ot the beer bur and also for
the othur ref rusliments st the excurs'on aud
lilcnic ut Luke. Ariel ou Julv 18. IikIh to m
sent to iluuh Jumes, chairman, 513 North
Alum avenue, not later tliun July v.
AVc havo REDUCED prices on
BABY CARRIAGES, as our stock
is too large. You can buy a
good 13aby Carriage for the price
of a cheap one.
For Wedding Presents or Fur
nishing for Summer Cottages, we
have a full and complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEICHEL k MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SEltVICKS FREE
FOR ALL DISEASES AND ALL
The groat English Staff of Pheslchns The
MUST DlHTlXoni-HUl) SPECIALISTS
ON THE CONTINENT Tho President aud
Ciller ui&Biiustiel'tu can ho found daily iu
tho parlor ut tho
132 and 131 PENN AVENUE. They come
reconnn. 'Tided by royalty and the first phyai-
nans or r.uropo iney treat all Di"-8es.
Ruptures cui" d by a new proeesn. A P HI
'JIVE cure Riianiuteed in nil SEXUAL DIS
EASES und Weaknesses of
by our new treatment ration's treated by
correspondence aud uiedldiivti with (ml di
rections sunt by express. But, when vesi
bio, K personal enio-ulUitiou is preferred. All
consultations are Ja I in strict privacy.
M. B. In, He Specialists cm cure all recent
as WELUasalllouK-staudinir cuvouicdiftlcult
and ob'cure eases that huve been neglected
or iinskillfully treated Calls made lv ap
pointment and patient" treated at th, ir humus
when duell ed. Hours. U to 4 uud to 8 110.
$1.50 Ter Dozen
HOME JERSEY CAEMLfl BUTTER
lu 3 aad 5 lb. Fails.
Eggs received Daily from tho
Home Foultry Farm.
437 Lackawanna kit
tm-'k T'.- . ... -
A. W. Juriscii
. 435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLES AND SPOUTING
Victor, Oendron, Eclipse, Lovetl. Diamond
and Other Whula.
WORLD'S FA 111
Museum of Anatomy
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
225 LACKAWANNA AVE.,
Occupying; throe large halls. Open dally from
10 a m. to 10 p ni. (or men. i hurodays, from
1 to? p.m. tor ladies onlr. Lectures every
hour tree. Admission, lOo. only.
You leed Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's will be
wilder you at their immense stock of thin
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
ISartin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
303. Lackawanna Ave.
IM " ' "" 1 "
1 Great Values This fee
a Two cases Ladies' Lisle-fini3h Vests, worth ORn i
S 15c, three for 3
One case Men's Balbriggan Shirts, worth ORn 2
s 39c, for - - Aw.
Five dozsn Ladies' Laundered Percale Shirt
Waists, worth $1, to
a Twenty-five pieces Satin-striped India Linen jAp i
a Colored Figures, worth 18c, to close - AUOs 3
Great Reduction in MILLINERY. Everything at
HALF PRICE. I
pry fi'TW 1
We have 'em in both
stores; all sizes, cloth
Christian, The Hatter
412 SPKVCE S.T.
200 LACK A. AVENUE.
It's a Great Shod:
to the folks who are claiming- they undersell
tU others to dud that without the least fnss
or bluster we are irlvitiii custom-rs the ban
tit of such opportunities a t:iese.
A Mnottv High Cirude Llght-welghtf
IVhnel, 18U4 pattern, f. rSJllO cash.
1803 pattern, ClnO Wliool, for S)75.
1804 pattern, t lOO Wheel, lor 85 easily
these prices make tha business nt our store.
FLORE Y & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
In at rrMMt tbt Kurt fojrolu- ud frtnirrta br
Vtrtrmni : 0p ojiteColumbuiMonumsnt,
205 Washington Av. Scranton.Pa.
308 Lackawanna hi
in colors black
and blue, for
Another Advocate of
tR, HEN WOOD St WAKDELL:
GENTLEMEN H affords ma great
pleasure to state that jour sew proceit
ef extracting- teeth was grana furcui li
my ease, and I heartily recommend ltt
IL I sincerely hope that other wilt
teat Its merits.
CAPX. 8, K. BRYANT, Scran ton, Fa)
Henwood k Wardell,
SIC Lackawanna Ave.
Will ou and after Mav SI make a great redtKV
tlna m the prices ot plates. All work gua
aateeJ flrat-ckua in every DarUcular.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tha Specialist on tbe Eye. Eeadaohea an
taervousnosa relieved. Latest and Improved
Style of Eye Glasses and Bpeotaolea at tu
Lowest Prices. Beat ArtlOcisi Eyas inserted
Oft SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Post Offlc.
ROOF tinning and soldorinp; n dona away
with by the use of HAKTHAN'8 PA1
KNT PAINT, which consist of tng-redlnta
well-known to nlL It can be applied to tin,
galvanized tin, sheet iron roofs, also to brick
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or breaking of tha
brick. It will outlast tinning ot any kind by
many yenrs,and It's coat does not exoead one
fifth that of the cost of tinning. Is sold by
the Job or pound. Oontraota tsfinn by
AK1UMO UAUXMAM4, &7 birch II