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THE SCItANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1G, 1804.
f; Cleveland's baking pow
der C does not contain v a
particle of ammonia, alum
or any adulteration. ,
Everything used in mak
ing it is plainly printed on
the label . "
Food raised with it re
tains its natural moisture
Cleveland Baking Powder Co.,Nw York,
Buccewoi to Clevcluud lirothera.
120 Wyoming AvenuD
Eave your COLLARS starched to the ell
way. when yon can have thum done with soft,
pliable Buttonhole for TWO CENTS EACH.
Our entire lino of Scotch Ging
hams, Persian Mulls, Printed
Piques and Dimities, worth 23c,
Ginghams, Organdies, Sateens,
etc., worth 12 l-2c, for 5c
415 Lacka. Ave.
If you want
Wall Paper or 'Window
Shades, come to us.
We have a full line of
goods, and our prices are
127 Wyoming Ave.
To my friends:- I hereby announce
that I will be a candidate for the nomi
nation of district attorney, before the
Republican County convention.
JOHN R. JONES.
Tribune Tender lORvlnir for their
mmuier'i vacation can linve their favor
ite puper sunt to them without extra
cot, by notifying this office of the de-
Hired chaoses In the paper's Hddrehfi,
The city tax duplicate will be in the
bands of the city treasurer for collodion on
Mattie Gardner and Charles Bartosh, ol
Ransom, were married yesterday by
George Hays was sent to the county
jail yesterday lor stealing a coll of copper
wire belonging to the telephone company,
Patrick Gavin and Miss Charlotte
Franks, both of Olyphant, were married
at 4'JL Quinoy avenue by Rev. Richard
The funeral of Mrs. Thomas Burns, whe
(Ilea Tuesday at tor home, r Btono ave
nue, will be held this morning at 9 o'clock,
irom ob reiers catneutal.
John Mulderlg, of Minooka, charged
wiiu aggravated assault ana battery, was
released on ball from the county jail yes-
leruay, rainon uonroy became bonds
man in the sum ot foUO.
The funeral of Arthur Mnlla. nr Third
street, who died Tuesday at the age of 22
years, wiu ae piane tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock with a high mass of requiem al
I i T 1 - 1 , i 1 1 , T 1
pu r-eter taiueu. m. interment in Hyde
Alderman John W. Millet, of the Sixth
ward, yestoroay anernoon performed hi!
first marriage ceremony in the matrimnn
ial parlors connected with the clerk of the
court's office. Richard M. Lnuv nrl
Miss Elisabeth Fasshaner were made man
A young man about 18 or 19 years of ag
was killed yesterday morning near Mo. f
dam, about four miles from this city, by
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Weston:
ml k train due in this city at 10.20. Neithei
' bis name nor his place of residence could
be learned, though it is thought he lived
not far from whore the accident occurred.
The Youna Peonies' Soolety of Christian
Endeavor, at Fuctoryvllle, are making
nonRlrlarahla nrenaratlon for a stand Cleve
land convention rally at the Baptist
church en Thursday evening. Charlon
Chandler, of Baranton. and J. 0. Manning,
seeretarv of Tri-County Christian En
deavor, are to be the speaker!, and will re
port from the great convention held at,
Cleveland, 0., in July. A special pro
gramme of music is being arranged.
Paebt'b Milwatjkm Beer, eool ana
sparkling, at Loh man's, Bpruce street
I wiu present one thousand dollars In
. sold to an one whom I cannot cure of epl
leptlo convulsions or flu, Dr. E. Grewbb,
811 Bpruce street Scranton, Pa.
tears A B
War Veterans and Tneir Numerous Friends
Jollify at the Put
I FIFTEEN IBEDSARD ARE PRESENT
The Railroads Severely Taxed to Ac
commodate Pleasure-Seekers Vet
erans from Lackawanna, Luzerne,
Wyoming, Susquehanna, Wayne,
Bradford and Broomo Are Present.
The Next Reunion to Be Held at
There was standing
room only at
MoKinlev was not present: and Gen
eral Beaver and other well known ora
tors exuocted did not materialize, btill
no one about the grouuds bad reason
to experience a feeling of loneliness.
The annual reunion of the Seven-
County Veterans' association eulled to
gether one of the largest pionio parties
that has ever assembled at the popular
pleasure resort. From early morn un
til afternoon a steady stream ot pleas
ure seekers poured into the grounds
from the various directions The
seven counties, Lackawanna, Luzerne,
Wyoming. Wayne. fcuBan-'hanna.
Bradford and Broome, N. Y., were
well represented Ht the gitberlutr. The
that train from Wilken-D-arre in the
morning carried ovsr 700 passengers.
Other trains following wsre wel;
loaded, and the Delaware and Hudson
trains losvlng this city before noon
could scarcely accommodate the ex
cursionists. At Carbondale, where passengers are
transferred to the Gravity road, which
is the key to Fsrview. theexoursioniste
were mot by boats of others who came
on the Erie and Delaware and Hudson
trains from tbo north. The open cars
ou the Gravity road, although theusunl
number had beau increased by many
improvised affairs, wero insufliolent to
remove the passongers from Carbon
dale to Farview as fust as they wero
landed from the other trains, and
hundreds who arrived early in tin
morning were obliged to wait for hours
utter arriving in Carbondulo to got an
opportunity to ride to Farview.
BUSINESS FOR THE GRAVITY.
The Gravity trains ran unceasingly
all day and deposited train loads of
people on tho picnic grounds as late an
S o'clock in the aftornnon. It is esti
mated that over 15,000 people were on
the grounds during the day.
The Grand Army of the RaDublic
uniforms and uronzad races of the old
veterans wsre plentifully sprinkled
through the crowds that surged about
the grounds, bnt as a well-known vt
eran remarked, the affair could soarcaly
tie called a soldiers' reunion as thu
comrades were lost to each other in tho
As the noon hour approached tho
wise excursionists who hud come pre
pared for the oocasion spread iuvltici;
lunches upon the tables about tbo
ground which thiy procaeded to en -
oy while the foolish virgins clamored
and fouuht for non lubricated sand
wiches aud "milky way ice cream at
the meagre lunch pavilion which wai
Capable of accommodating perhapj
one-tenth ot tho offered patronage oi
the clay. At tables uear by a piece of
water melon a little larger than a nickel
could be purchased for nve cents, ami
bananas that hud the appearance o:
having parsed through the annual
ordeal of the Delaware peach crop worn
offered at rates that loft no reason for
doubt that a banana trust bad cornered
Not far away several enterprising
individuals were warming clams on it
sheet irou and brick arrangement that
failed to op"n the shulis. Owing to
tcaroity ot other filling material, mar.v
of th' bravest tackled the clam buk
and pounded tho sheila open with
heavy knives in order to secure the bi
valves, from which the chill of tho
ocean had scarcely been removed.
GREAT DAY FOR LIQUIDS.
The ice cream and the supply from
sundry kegs that contained something
with the odor of malt seemed inex
haustible, aud tha liquid dispensed by
Waymart dairy maids from a pagod.t
whicli bore the mysterious sign "1c
Milk." also beld out during the rush
Up on the hill away from the mad
dening rash of the hungry throng, tin
James fc. Ham circle of tbo Ladiei
auxiliary of Honesdala .preiidud ova:
genuine barbecue and dispensed
toothsome rosst pi 2, cluckon salad,
boiled eggs, etc., to invited guests.
Tnose who were fortunate enough to
eiijoy the hospitality of the Ilonesdal i
ladies declare the barbecue one of th i
most pleasurable features of the n
nuiou. The large dancing pavilllou
was turonged dining the day by en
thusiastic young people who indulged
in the usual terpmohorean exercises to
music by the Aiuz.tr t orchestra,
The Union Ex-Prisoners associatioi
banner hung from a sapling near tin
white observatory, and here Coin r Ad
Halsey Lathrop and a number of 3 oil f
companions dispensed clay pipss tu x
prisoners of war and amused th
crowds cracking jokes and singing war
At 2 0 clock the bugler of Conyng
ham post, of V llkes-Brre, sound J
the assembly call and many of the ex
cursionists gathered about the observi.'
torv to listen to orators of the day,
Governor McKluley and General
Beaver did not appear, but excellent
addresses, however, were listened to,
Among the impromptu speakers were
Judge Arcbbald and Judge Ldwardo,
of this city; Distriot Attorney Painter
of Broome county, N. Y. : Colon!
Campbell, of WilkesBurej Homer
Greene, of Honesdale; James Turner,
of Jermyn; Captain Darte, of Wilkeii
Barre, and Rev. bevenson.
THE NEXT REUNION.
At the close of the ipeechmakioc
business session of the Veteran associs
tion was beld, at which Captain H. V.
Beardsley, of Montrose, one ot the bet
known and most popular of the North
eastern Pennsylvania veterans, was
elected prssidont for the ensuing rsar,
The association at the same time voted
to bold the next reunion at Montrose
The late exereises in the afternoo
were interrupted by showers, an
many of the excursionists wert
drenched on the retnro trip from Far
view to Carbondale. Considerable
difficulty was experienced in transport'
ing the crowds back to Carbondale and
Honesdale. and the trainmen of the
Delaware and Hudson are entitled to
credit for the manner in which they
performed their arduous duties of the
In the evenin a bannuet was held M
Hotel Anthracite in Carbondale, which
was attended by offleers of the associa
tion and other distinguished euests of
the Carbondale Grand Army post. The
iiitui speakers included Past rresi
dent Frank Hollenbaek, of Waymart
Vice President J. C. Turner, of Jer
myn j Treasurer Dr. Brady, of Honeu
dale; Secretary Chase, of Carbondale
judge Arehbald, Hon. J, A. Soranton
M,yor Hendriok, W. B. Grltinau, F,
F. Forbes, C. R, .Mauville, Colonel
Campbell, Bon. & 8. Jones, Hon. C. E.
Rettew. ex-Mayor Eelly and Captain
TESSIS AT FARVIEW.
Carbondalo Club' Tourney
The annual tournament of the Car
bondale Tennis oiub will bvgin at Far
view today. The event has always beer,
considered one ot the most proinlueul
regular social eiltirs of its kind in this
eoiion of the state, and, aside from
local participants and players from
abroad, will be attondod by many
Soranton people and othors from
The programme is confined to gen
tlemen a singles and doubles aud a
special event for the Delaware and
Hudson oballenge cup, which was woe
last year by It Torrance, jr., of Car
bondale. The winnor of the present
singles will ooutest with Mr. Torrance
for the trophy Its final disposition
will be decided when it has been won
by one person three times, not neces
sarily consecutively. The entry list,
wmau. closed yesterday, has been
open to all comers and includes 1
galaxy of well-known players.
A dance aud reoeptiou will be glvet
the players aud guests this evening it
The drawings for the tournamen'
took place ut Carbondale last nigh ;
nd resulted as follows; Singles.
Lieutenant R. P. Davis, W. L
Fist. F. C. Fuller and L
Sadler, lyes; N, L. Moou and M. D
Lathrop, preliminary round: N. It
Johnson, C. Orchard aud YV. J. Sadler
byes. In the doubles Davies and 1' isk,
and Johnson and Fuller drew byts
The Sadler brothers play Torrance aud
Moon in the preliminary round, Orch-
rd and Lathrop drew a bye.
TYPHOID FEVER SCAKE
Allen Visits Elmhurst and
ports Very Favorably to
The citizens of Bcraoton have bean
not a little alarmed on account of u
report to the effect that there were fit
teen cases ot typhoid fever in Elmhurs"
which might affect the water in thn
reservoirs which supply this eity.
iieaith umoer Allen, neenmpaniea
by Sanitury Officer Burke and Anthony
Uauman, ot the Elmhurst board o'
health, went to Elmhurst yesterdav
morning and found that the state 0?
affairs was not nearly as bad as m-
moraJ. The following is a copy of tho
report submitted to Mayor Connell by
Dr. Allen on his return to this eity.
To Hon. W. L. Connell, mayor of tho cit;-
Dear Sin: I have to inform you that (
visited Elinhnrst this niorninz accom
panied by Sanitary Officer iinrke and A.
Bauman, of the Elmhurst board of health.
fortunately found tha attending physi
cians, and had no dimculty in making a
thorough investigation of the cases of feve;'
reported, and surroundings.
There were live cases iu two bouses,
three of which were convalescent, and th )
other two not seriously .ill. No dentin
have occurred. The cause of the disease
eeouia to be the uiie of water from a cot-
tain well, as all the families affected havi
no other, and the well is undoubtedly con
taminated by a number ot water closets ou
the hillside above, ou tho north side of thn
Dolaware, Lackawanna and Western
Every precaution has been taknn to pre
vent the pollution of any water supply.
The excreta is thoroughly disinfected an 1
buried deep in the ground. Under the rii
cuiuatances it would be Impossible for th)
Scranton water supply to be contamin
ated. Very respectfully yours.
W. E. Allen, M. D.,
Iuspentor State Board of Health.
Aug. 15, 1S94.
Dr. Allen submitted with the abovi
statements from Dr. Lamereaux anl
Health Officer Bateaon, of Elmhurst.
BISHOP O'HARA IMPROVING.
Latest Utssaga Icdlpats That He Ma 1
At the Episcopal residence last even
ing Rev, J. A. O'Reilly stated that a
message had been received to the enact
that 'lilsbop O'JIara, who has bee 1
critically ill at Cape May, was able to
sit up in bis room late in the day.
lather UKsllly said further, thai
each message received indicated that
the bishop's chances for recovery am
DR. BURNETT SERIOUSLY ILL
Bis Condition Somewhat Improve 1
Dr. John Burnett, of Linden street.
has been seriously ill for two weeks but
upon inquiry last evening a TrtiiiUNi
reporter was informed by Mrs. Bur
nett that the physicians reported 1
slight improvemenli In the condition of
lyphoid fever symptoms have devel
oped but hopes are entertained that a
better report can shortly be made.
Fhythiana' Special Train.
The Uniform Rnnk Knights of Pythius
will have a special train via. the Jersey
Central railroad to Washington, D. O., on
Monday, Aug. 27, 18!) 1, leaving Scranton at
7 a. m., Wilkes-barro at 7.45 a. m. A
Etiffet parlor car will be attached to this
train, 'the special will leave ashingtoa
returning Friday, Aug. 81, at 10 a.m.
Tickets will be good to go on any regular
truiu Aug. 2d to 'JSj inclusive, aud good to
return on any regular truiu until Sept, II
1804 inclusive, blop over will bo allowc
at .Philadelphia and Baltimore. Tb.s
special will stop at all principal stations
to take on Washington passengers. Kate
from Scranton, 7.bl; Wilkes-iiarre, 7.2H.
Proportionately low rates from all other
Conway House, 132 and 134 Penu Ave.
is where you will always find good service
and courteous treatment, the table Is al
ways supplied wih the best in tho market
Transient and local trade solicited.
Wood's College of Business and Short
hand. To ths Public Since the orgnnizatioi
ot our school we have given to the citizens
of Scranton and Pouusylvanin advant
ages in the commercial and stenographic
work equal to that of tho best colleges in
the largest cities. 1
More than 1,000 students have attended
In a single year.
A Great Multitude has been inspired to
higher living and have won important
places in tbe business and professloni.l
With the experience and success of the
past we propose to give onr patrons of ths
future higher, more practical, and tho
ouRh business aud steuoi(raphic courses.
Conditions in the business world have
changed. SchoolB must cbaaga to meet
these conditions. Students must be taught
to do as well as to think.
The faculty i$ an important -factor in
Heretofore we have educated ovr
Uachcrt this year we have engaged men
who have made a record and acquired a
We have bad good pupils in the pas
We shall have better ones in the future.
No bnsincse school in the United Stat
can exhIMt a more competent, culture 1
and efficient class of aggressive tenchon
Tbe college will reopeu August 87. Day
ana night sessions. Old students, studeni s
who have not completed the course, an I
prospective students, are invited to call.
The office it always open.
?. B. WOOD, President.
KICK IG OH THE PARTS
Trouble Experienced la Making Up tbd Cast
. ol Characters. .
PRODUCTION N3T YET . BILLED
Managers of the Democratic Com
pany Are Having No End of Trouble
in Getting Actors for Fall Season.
The Company Is Large Enough but
They Cannot Agree About Roles.
Much Depends on the Republican
The Democratic convention is yet "tc
take place in the near future." No
stops have been taken even to call a
meeting of the county committee, al
though it was expeoted that this would
be done during the fore part of the
present week. None are mors anxious
for the fixing of tho date than one or
two of tho omdidates, as upon the fix
inir of the date depends the fixing of
If the convention is beld after the
Rspublionns have made nominations,
as it now undoubtedly will be, there
will be no time lost by the Democratic
machine in filling up the tiaket, which
will be attended with considerable ease
on account of the determination to do
certain things if the Itpublloans do
certain other things. One of these tar
tain things is the placing of J, G.
Bailey in the shrievalty column if any
man but Mr. demons Is nominated
on the Republican ticket. Mr. Bailey
will not run against Mr. Cleuious on
aocount ot certain social relations ex
isting between the two, and if dem
ons is nominated Mr. Bailey wants
to run for clerk of the courts. John
Durkin does not intend to peacefully
make way for Mr. Bailey. He has bit,
mind set upou defeating John Thomas
and no other. "Thoy can't force im
up against Clarence Pryor," said Mr.
Durkin yesterday. "I want clerk of
the'eourts or nothing."
SCHADT DOESN'T WANT MUCH.
In case Mr. Bailey declines to sk
the nomination for sheriff the elatt
makers would have Charles Schadt tan
it, but Charley says "I want county
treasurer or nothing." The aforesalr?.
slate makers are anxious to have &V,
these men on the ticket, but thsy art
sorely troubled as to bow thy shall be
disposed of. Here is the way they
would like to se the county slate
Congress W. H. Gearharv,
Judge P. P. Smith
Sheriff Charles ScUd,
I'rothonotary John J. Durkin
Clork of the courts J. G. Itailoy
District attorney John P. Kollj-
Recorder J. l. Meaioy
Kogistor H. T. Koehler
They do not know es yet just how
they would like to fill up the treasurer
column, but as there is plenty of will
ing victims no trouble would be experi
enced in securing one.
THE IIAPry, HAPPY FAMILY.
Mr. G earn art will accent. ex-Judzo
Smith was reported yesterday ss favor
ably disposed toward acceptance, Mr
Schaut won t have any sheriff in his,
Mr. Durkin vron't accopt. Mr. Bollo''
dousn't know what he wants but will
be able to tell after the Republican
convention, Mr. Kelly won't have to
be coerced into acceptance, Mr. Hea-
ley and Mr. Koehler are fixtures.
From this it is quite evident that tb'i
Democratic englueurs don't know jus';
where thoy are at, and they don't waut
to make a move toward a convocation
of Democracy until they know what
purpose the calling together is for
The Democratic managers, generally,
do not give a show nntil the different
parts are well rehearsed. Until tin
leading men get over their kicking
.bout the nstlgnmsnt of parts, the pro
duction will not be billed.
A strong effort Is being made t
satisfy the maloontenta, and it would
not be surprising if the dead walls
should be covered with their paper
within a few days.
STREET CAR WAR AGAIN.
Be Carried to the Courts by thj
.Now that the people oi Taylor ars
again up in arms against the laying ot
rails through that borough, the street
car company has determined to use no
further effort at an amicable adjust
ment between the borough and tho
company, but will take the matter to
court in order that thsy may euforc'i
the rights which they oiaim gives them
the power to construct the road with
out consulting the borough.
When Taylor was a townshlD 'tilt
company secured the privilege ot run
ning a road through the plass and as the
borough bad to assume the obligations
of the township the company eluimn
that it need have no further dealings
with the borough. Court will have t
(Isolde whether or not their olaimi an
Sheridan Monument Cannot Be Built b?
Less than a quorum of members prat
ent provented a meeting ot the Sheri
dan Monnmeut association last night.
Many of tue members wsre absent at
Farview with tbe veterans.
Those who assembled at the boar I
of trade rooms discussed the matter of
arousing the members that belong tj
the committee and are not prompt at
meetings. The hope was expreasel
that those who have been careless 1 1
the past will see tbe error of their
ways and make amends.
THIS XKA D1UNKER
TEAS are among the most delusive
goods sold in a grocery. Frequently tha
most inferior goods are sold at high prlceii.
We bave made it a point to make a spec
ialty of the best grades Imported. Priors
never were so low. We have good Tea st
20o. and Japans and Oolongs at COc that
recontly sold for 11 par pound.
429 Laoka. Avo.
WEALTH OF LACKAWANNA COUNTY.
From the Annual Tabulated List of Values and Taxablea of tha County Pre
pared by the County Commlssionjrs and Sent to the State Department.
The More Important Schedules of 'he List are Herewith Given.
Borantou City, Flnpt ward...,
H jctli ward
Klifhth ward ,,
Ninth wind- ,,,
1'oui to'-n'h wnid....
Nim toonth wurd....
Archliuld borough , .?
lilnKoly borou -li
Huntou township ,
luruonilulo towu-u.p ,,
Covimjton townenip v
Carbondale city, First ward..
Dickson City borouifli
Jefforson township ,
Jormyn borough ,
La Plume borough
North Abington township
Old Forgo township
noanuK liroo t iwuship
Boulh Allugt n township
BprinR brook township
Wnvcrly borouitU ,
Wiutou borounh , .,
DOWN IX A MINE.
Novel Vaoatioa of Two Plucky Evan
gelUts. Au interesting and effective evange
listic work is being done in our valley
by Messrs. B. F. Armstrong, general
secretary of the Bloomsburg Young
Men's Christian Association aud
Thomas Thorburn, general secretary
of the Sbarpsburg and Etna associa
tion . assisted by J. U. iennant, n '
theological student in Wyoming sem
iuary. They are holding servloes in
the mining villages between Wlikes
Barre and Carboudala, traveling in m
closed wagon and holding services
from the tear of their conveyance,
whloh is supplied with organ, hymn
books and other appliances.
Yesterday during the noon hour
these gentlemen held a religious ser
vice at the foot of the shaft in the Oa
tarlo mine in Peokville with the per
mission of Mine Boss Chapman. Tho
meeting lasted a half hour and was
very Impressive. Slips of paper with
the words ol hymns printed on them
were distributed among the men, who
joined heartily la the service of song.
Ho collections are taiten up at these
meetings, all expenses being mat by
private subscriptions from gentlemen
through the valley who are Interested
in Christian work. Those in charge
give their time to this work in pref
erence to spending their vacation in
the usual way.
TRIED TO BEST THE LIEUTENANT.
Eat the Offlcor Know What His Club
Was TJjed For.
Michael Gallagher, of Riley's Patch,
was parading around Monsoy avenuo
yesterday looking for some one to tread
on tbe tail of his Prince Michael, No one
could be fouud to perform this little
office for him until Lleuteuant Spell
man came along and made an official
request that Gallagher would koep bis
Gallagher doubled up bis fist and let
'or go, Spollman drew his club and re
turned the fire. When tho smoke ot
battle cleared away tbo lieutenant was
in doubt whether he would ring for tbo
ambulance or the patrol wagon. Tbe
latter was decided upon and Gallagher
was placed behind the station house
SERIES OF BURGLARIES.
Two Jobs in One Night Up ths Val
iy. The Jermyn depot of the Ontario and
Western railroad was burglarized Mon
day nigbt, supposedly by tramps, and
a number of express packages taken
fcom the freight room. No arrests have
During the same evening or Tuesday
morning the store ot the Riverside Coal
Company between Peckville and Arch
bald was eutsred and goods to the villus
of f 100 were stolen.
Restful to tired tollers, bread mada
from 1'illBbury's Best.
We Paint and
W. W. BERRY, Jeweler
417 LACKA. AVE.
Best Sets of Teeth, $8.oo
Including the painless extracting
ot tcth by an entirely new pro
cess. S. O, Snyder, D.D.S.
ISO WXOAIIHU' AVE,
7. M (W
0. 567 01
8, :S 75
1, -51 H t
5. ;l ''4
6. i 71
8 ltl,57u,3&;$ 2,ZWl't H, 322,801 15ii,72 10
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!S 10,33 4,010.3 l,o:i5.:wj.'3 i),28,03i!:
Tho tima is near
hand to U3e them,
10-qunrt, 12-quart, 14-quart,
55. 65c. 75c.
Also 1-quart Tin Fruit
Cans at 45c. doz.
E BATTIN & CO.
126 Penn Ave.
We are now
prepared to do
our new build
mm mm m
Of SHOES Is Now On
And you'll not be treating yourself right if you don't take advantage of It.
Every shoe in the house is reduced to cost, and many goods' Buoa as RUS
SETS and ail SUMMER SHOES, a good deal leas than cost,
WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS, best quality, worth $1.50 a pair, will be sold
for 75 CENTS.
Some ihat are soilad an! discolored will be sold for 23 CENTS a pair.
There Is no half way business about; it, but a great bousefull of GOOD
SHOES at the cost of making them. LET US SEE YOU.
Tl TTT I
s an in iim eat
Blows Nobody Any Good
Our large stock of SUMMER GOODS has proven
an ill wind to us, but is blowing to your advantage.
We are offering our
on Summer Goods. Embrace the opportunity. The
Discounts o fared last week will be continued 0NJ3
224 LACKAWANNA AVE,
Two Weeks' Trial Immodi Tree.
Coston's popular school only retains
such pupils in stenography as show ability
to succeed, by taking two weeks' trial
practice. No charge unless they are con
tinued. School re-opens Sept. a,
O'MALLEY August It, at 8:20 p. m., Ar
thur O'Halley, at his home on Third
street, Bellevue. Funeral 9 o'clock Friday.
E SATISFIED with
nothing but the best.
You will be satisfied
if you call on J. BOLZ and
get some of the bargains he
A $5 Coat for $1.49.
A $7 Coat for $3.
A Fine BlackClay Worst
- ed Coat for $5, worth
Ladies' Cap 33, all shade 3,
Ladie3' Tailor-made Suits
for $4.75, worth $9.
STORED and INSURED
IF ALTERED BY
US. FREE OF CHARG3
During the Summer.
138 Wyoming Ave.
next dime: bank.
8 A EVU
128 Wyoming Ave.
Hip Pads, Stocking
AND A LARGE VARIETY OF
REAL SHELL PINS
OFFERS the best
of any Institution
of its kind in tha
country, at mini
mum cost The pro
prietors are instruc
tors with years of ex
perience and know
business work. In
struction is thor
och and praotical.
College building li
a beautiful structure, well ventilated
and possessed of all modern conve
niences and is located on Court Houso
Day and Evening Sessions.
will open MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3.
Our Journal tells all about us and onr
methods. Send us your name and you
will get it by mail.
Back, Wbitmora & Co.
or, Adams Ave. and Linden Street.
Cor. Lackawanna and
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