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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNINfiy AUGUST 30, 1894.
All leading teachers'of coofcfiry use
Always makes light wholesome food.
CltvtUnJ Baking PnwJir C., AVw JVri, Smastsr It CUvtland BrttUrU ,
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Avenue
ET0 your COLLARS starched In the eM
Way. when you can hve them done with soft,
pliable Buttonhole! for TWO COTS BACH.
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.
Mrs. Fred Stevens is visiting friends at
"War and Peace" at the Frothingbam
this afternoon and evening.
The excursion of Conrad's Band to Far
view yesterday was well patronized.
The Hcranton Rowing association yester
day closed its club house at Lake Ariel for
A force of workmen is employed by the
Traction Company releasing the bumps
from the joints of its Capouse avenue
Joseph Hal, of the hook and ladders,
will Lf, acting chief of the Soranton Fire
Department today in the absenco of Chief
Ferber at Bingbamton.
J. 'W. Clark of this city, has been en
paged as commercial agent in this city of
the wholesale liquor firm of Kothschild
Brothers, of Philadelphia.
Bauer's band will hold their annnal pic
nio and ,elam bake at Wabler's grove this
af ternoon and evening. Music for dancing
will be furnished by a full orchestra.
A merry party of children, members of
the Pen 11 Avenue Baptist Sunday school,
accompanied by their toachera, held a pic
nic at Laurel Hill Park yesterday after
noon. Silas Leach, formerly deputy county
treasurer, who has been calling upon old
friends in this vicinity for several days
past, has returned to his homo in New
This afternoon a game of hand ball will
be played in the alley in the rear of Ryan's
hotel on Penn avenue, betweou the Mehan
brothers, of this city, and the Donohue
brothers, of Wilkes-Barre.
The Catholic female chorus that Is to
compete at the Laurel Hill park eistedd
fod will meet for rehearsal at L. B. Pow
ell's mu9lo store tonight at 8 o'clock sharp.
A full attendance is requested.
Two new special officers were appointed
by the mayor yesterday. They were Jacob
Hillock, of 429 South Main aveuue, who
will act as pound master, and Henry
Thomas, who will watch the Moody tent.
There were twenty-eight deaths reported
last week andfive cases of contagious dis
eases reported last week. Two of thee
cases were diphtheria, two scarlot fever,
and one typhoid fever. The last was fatal.
The hunters, sconts, warrior and chiefs
will trail to the wigwam of Pocono and
Le Ha Hannas this evening to witness the
haymakers degree conferred on a large
number of brothers. All Red Men are
welcome. Hall, 419 Lackawanna avenue.
Those hot days the favorite bathing pool
of the small boy seems to be the Lacka
wanna river in the rear of the Providence
P.oad Power Station of the Traction com
pany. They splash about in the sewer
age and then mount the bank and disport
themselves on the field which lies between
the river and the railroads nntil they dry
by natural process. From ten to fifteen of
these living plctnres ran be seen on the
field any afternoon apparently unconsci
ous that tLey are without the protection
of even the traditional tig leaf.
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer, cool and
sparkling, at Lehman's, Spruce street
GREAT SINGING FESTIVAL.
Jossph Parry's Suggestion to Be
Carried Out at Edwardadale.
"The committee of the Welsh Coogrs-
national churches has decided to hold
the Cyinhnfa, or musical festival. pro
posed by Dr. Jossph Parry, on Thurs
day, Sept. 20. at the Welsh Congrega
tional church at iidwardsaale, tays
yesterday's Wilkes-Barre News-Dealer.
"The following were selected for the
noeiision: t-wlng. Navarre. Pen Nebo.
Nearer Home, Danville, St. Joseph,
Aosrysiwytn, ;jvioat, Asnph, Dnssol
Jorf. Qiao yr Afon, Noddfa, Moscow,
Cambridge, Yr Hyfrydlnis. The
churches represented were Plymouth,
Minora and Edwardsville. It was re
solved to invite all Congregational
churches to unite and a general com
mittee is sailed to meet la the Edwards
ville ohureh Tuesday, September 4, at
i :iu p. n.
"Dr. Parry was present nt the meet
Ing and by his words of encouragement
nave impetus to the movement.
A CARPET FACTOHY.
An Enterprising Individual Wants to
Locate One in This City Rea
sons He Advances.
The conference between the manu
facturers' committee of the board of
trade and a gantlemnn sonneoted with
one of the biggest ingrain carpet man
ufsctoriea in the country who desires
to form a stock company and locate a
plant in this city, was held yesterday
afternoon at the board of trade rooms.
For the present the gentleman does
not care to have his name mentioned
and the manufacturer's committee
considered his rimsons worth respect
ing his wishes. He is general manager
of a large concern that makes ingrain
carpet, cut the plant which be proposes
to build in this city wouid be erected
for the manufacture eoloiy of tapestry
A competition would ensue betwsen
the company which he is at present
employed by and the prospective fac
tory and it would cause, perhaps, some
unpleasantness. So far there has been
nothing tangible done and until he is
assured that Scranton capital will take
an interest in the scheme, ha wants to
remain in the back ground.
The meeting yesterday was the first
Btep. J he gentlemen outlined his
scheme to the committee in this
manner: It will require a capital stock
of $130,000 to start the factory In proper
shape. Of this snm, and as a test of
his good faith, he is ready to subscribe
one-third of the stock himself, the re
minder to be raised in this oity.
He argued the advisability of taking
np his proposition and laid before the
committee facts and figures which im
pressed them as to the validity of his
A number of the wholesale carpet
merchants of the city were present and
they also believed that it would be a
good investment. Such conservative
business men as William Connell and
Luther Keller became deeply interested
in the proposition and believe it will
be a good thing.
The gentlvinan promised thiit the
plant would yield a dividend of 10 per
cent, the second year. As a basis to
this statemont he produced proofs of
the costs of manufacturing carpet and
the present market value of it
The committee decided by unani
mous rote to make a favorable recom
mendation at the next meeting of the
board of trade.
AT THE THEATERS.
At the Frothingbam this afternoon the
full Innes band will give a concert in its
matchless style and the vocal artists will
all appear. The descriptive feature will
be the now famous "Trip to the World's
Fair," which Mr. innes has made such a
favorite in New York city. In the even
ing the "War and Peace" musical spec
tacle will close the programme amid the
marching of Company D of the Thirteenth
regiment and the war veterans of Griffin
post, Grand Army of the Republic, aud
the booming of the famouB artillery ac
companiment. It will be a memorable
musical day thronghout, and a rich treat
is promised to all who are partial to the
finest vocal music, which will be rendered
by Miss Martha Garrison Miner, a charm
ing new soprano, whose fresh and fine
voice, so highly cultivated, so flexible and
brilliant, will create a sensation; Mi.s
Louise Engel, the rich voiced contralto of
Patti concert fame: C. C. Ferguson, the
favorite New York tenor, with a high,
clear and ringing voice, and Bowman Ral
ston, one of the grandest bassos ever
beard In America, who has a purely basso
voice, and who comes from several sea
sons of success as the principal of the
famous Carl Horn Opera company.
t t t
One of the most complete scenio produc
tions of recent years will be seen at Scran
ton next Monday night. The play in qnes
tion is "Shaft No. 8," which had its first
production in Philadelphia on Aug. IS.
The play is a domestic drama, with a story
dealing with every day people and inci
dents, but they are so deftly woven to
gether in a plot that has in it everything
to make it one of interest of the most ab
sorbing kind. Not only is the play a good
one, bnt it is put npon the stage in a man
ner seldom, if ever seen, before in this
country. The electrical effects are said to
be a perfect rovelntion, for in the third
act it culminates in the villain being struck
by a bolt of lightning as he stands In the
middle of the stage, something that has
K-ver been even attempted on the stage
before. The company is headed by Frauk
Lonce, and includes among others Ma
rion Elmore, Jessie West, Mrs. W. 0.
Jones, Paul Scott, James F. McDonald,
Edward Coleman and othor capable play-
Bitx books, memorandums, time books
and blank books, in stock or made to or
der, Pbattb Book Stor.
SET IN fill ACAI
Legal Machinery of the West Side Yladuci
Oiled by lbe Hustlers.
ONE C01M1IIEE THAT COUNTS
Meeting Held Yesterday in Mayor
Connell's Office Which Straightens
Out the Legal Snare In the Viaduct
Ordinance and Sets It on Its Road to
Final Passage Prospects for Its
Each member of the (Vest Side via
duct booming committee is entitled to
indite "hustler" when writing his
name, lot by their work during the
past two days they have proved beyond
a aoabt their right and title to that air
Two days ago the ordinanse provid
ing for a viaduct over the D.. L. & W.
tracks on West Laokawanna avenue
was snugly reposing in a pigeon hole in
the city clerk's effiee calmly awaiting
the fate of its predecessor which died
with the expiration of the old councils
It had a legal defect and it seemed no
one cared enough about the proposed
improvement to seek a means of over
coming this obstaole. One effort was
made to svt the ordinance In motion
again, bnt it was such a feeble heated
move that it did not evon cause the
ordinance to leave the room in which
its berth whs.
WHKHB THE DEFECT WAS.
The defect in the mehsure was con
tained in the clause which provided
that viewers should be appointed to
oessss the damages before the ordi
nance was finally passed. Court ap
pointed the viewers but afterwards re
voked the appointment, claiming that
no assessment eould be made for an
improvement until that improvement
was legally provided for.
Council was somewhat chary about
making the ordinance operative before
the amount of damages was ascertain
ed, inasmuch as the damages, after
they bad been awarded and no matter
what their extent might be, could be
collected, providing the ordinance was
passed even though, the viaduct might
never be built.
It was argued that In case the dam
ages wore deemed excessive the ordi
nance could be repealed any time with
in thirty days after the viewers hud
m ide their report to oourt, but it was
feared that the West bide couneilmen
could not ba relied upon to rote for the
repeal and this again made the conserv
ative members wiiry of passing the
KINKS STRAIGHTENED OUT.
Now all this is straightened out, and
the viaduct ordinance is once more on
the road to final passage. A meeting
of the special viaduct comraitteo was
called by Mayor Connell ysterday at
the instigation of the Hyde Park
hustlers. Mayor Connell, City Solici
tor Torrey, City Engineer Phillips,
Councilman Hickey, W. J. Thomas,
Simon Thomas, Wagner and demons,
and Messrs, Powderly, iarr, Davits.
Price and Clarke were present.
After much disaussion and consulta
tion it was dtcided to amend the ordi
nance so that it ishall provide for the
appointment of viewers, after the
adoptiodof the ordinanoe, which action
overcomes the legal difficulty, and to
report it ss amended with a farorable
recommendation to councils tonight.
It is not expected that the viaduet
can be built this year, although Select
man W. J. Thomas, is confident that it
can. He ssys the ordinance can be
rushed through conncil in two weeks.
the viewers can be appointed and their
work accomplished in two weeks more
and nothing remains to be done then
but to secure the approval of eourt and
advertise for bids. However, the major
ity of the councllmen and oity officials
favor making haste elowiy, and it can
be safely asserted that no work will be
done on the viaduct before next spring.
That will be perfectly satisfactory to
the "hustlers and the people of Hyde
Park, according to the expressed opi
nion of members of the committee.
MISSION HAS GROWN.
Penn Avenue Church's Offshoot Will Be
Made a Parish,
The regular Wednesday evening
prayer meeting and business session
following was held at the Penn Avenue
Baptist church last night. Luther
Keller was presiding officer. After in
teresting prayer service was concluded
Mr. Keller announosd that the secre
tary's report of the thurch wonld be
read and then he had a communication
to lay before the members. It came
from fifty-five communicants who be
long to the Dunmore mission and are a
component part of the Penn Avenue
It was a petition requesting the
church to allow the members of the
Dunmore mission the privilege of erect
ing themselves into a parish. It was
unanimously agreed to grant the
wishes of the Dunmore brethren.
This will make the fourth mission
established by the Penn avenue church
that has been established into a parish.
Steps will be taken in about a week to
organize. Mr. Keller, in stating that
the necessary papers would be signed.
expre'sed kind words to the Dunmore
members and bade them earnest wishes
of success and prosperity.
Of Business aid Shorthand.
Now open in all the departments with a
iTi semon well represented 217cam
the first two days. Monday will be an.
other good day. Many prefer to wait until
September to begin. All the train Btudents
will come after the first of the month.
People viterested in a business or short.
hand education are invited to call.
F. E. Wood, Presidont,
Corner Penn and Lackawanna avenues.
Besolutlooi Made Opsratlve.
The mayor yesterday approved the fnl.
lowing resolutions: Providing for securing
the approaches at Platte Mace to the
Roaring brook bridge; providing for the
removal of the railroad tracks on Cedar
avenue near Birch street; permitting Dan
iel Heriax to connect his property with the
Irving avenue sewer; providing for the
correction of the Lackawanna, Iron and
Coal company's assessment.
The New Foot Ball Units.
The much discussed foot ball rules.
recommended by the rules committee, and
approved by the University Athletioclub,
and nnder which all Intercollegiate games
win uo pmyeu mis year, are put) lished in
Spalding's Official Foot Ball Guide for lfuu
that la out today. It will be sent to any
address on receipt of 10 cents by the Amer
ican Snorts Publishing Co., S41 Broadwav
Wa are rlpArlnir nnf. th
stock of fine etchings. Chicago Art Co,
127 Penn avenue. '
The 40.000 School Bon..
for Colnmbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced Imnmrilntnlo Th.
still a few lots left at a low price.
ARTHUR f ROTHINOHAM,
- Office, Theater Lobby.
OFFICER MOIR MARRIED.
He Takes Unto Himself a Quaker City
Police Officer John Molr was last
night united iu marriage to Miss Mary
D ue, of Philadelphia. The ceremony
took place at the borne of the gToom's
father, Captain James Moir, and was
performed by Kev. Dr. Logan. Robert
Moir was best man and Miss Helen
The groom is one of the best known
young men in the city, having been on
the police force for a number of years
and prominently identified in military
circles. His bride is the daughter of
one of the most prominent Scotch
families of Philadelphia, aud is a very
beautiful and accomplished young lady.
REPAIRS ARE ALMOST COMPLETE.
The Side Walla and Roof of the Court
House Are Made Safe.
The workmen engaged in repairing
the roof and side walls of the court
house will be through with their work
by the end of the week.
Masons started to work yesterday on
the plastering of the crevices in the
roof with cejnent to keep out the win
ter rains and snow.
The repairs so far have made the roof
more substantial and strengthened the
side walls materially.
The county commissioners are now
satisfied that the court house is safe,
and the condition of the structure at no
time was as toppling ns impressions
from certain quarters would have est
tba people to believe.
The visitor may now walk through
the corridors without first taking the
precaution of getting a life insurance
Common Consent Is All That Is
Necessary What Chief Simp
son Has to Say.
Alderman Wright's contention that
it is unlawful for alderman to act in
thier official capacity in a ward other
than the one in which they were
elected has been substantiated by a
number of prominent lawyers who were
questioned on the subject yesterday.
Ac regards the marriages which have
been Performed i the oourt home by
outside aldermen one attorney gave
the opinion that tbey are as binding in
the eyes of the law as if they bad been
performed by the highest churob dig
nitary in the land. Common consent in
the presence of witnesses is all that
is required in the spirit of the law not
withstanding that certain forms are
prescribed in carrying out the cere
mony. Consequently those couples who
were married in the eourt house by
aldermen other tun Mr. Wright will
have to stay married until they get a
divorce or other acknowledged legal
method of separation.
Chief Simpson says that the calling
la of outside aldorman to bo'.d police
conrt is in strict aceord with the law
inasmuch as the alderman is not act
ing as an alderman but as police
magistrate in place of the !mayor.
Lawyers who were (interviewed on the
subject differ with the chief in this
The Republican delegate election in the
First district of the Eighth ward will be
held Saturday aftarnoou between the
hours of 4 and 7 o'clock, at the otlke of A.
John F. Farrell is the latest to announce
himself as a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for jury commissioner. He is
the thirteenth in the field. It's the only
office there is a rush for.
As the time for the Reuublican and
Democratic county conventions draws
close there is a noticeable increase of in
terest in matters political. Candidates
for delegate in the various election dis
tricts are at work among their friends,
candidates for office are scurrying about
and everything indicates that au inter
esting political struggle is approaching.
On Saturday the Republican piimaries
will be held between the hours of 4 and 7
p. m. A large vote will be cast through
out the county, as the members of the
party are thoroughly aroused and evince
lively interest au the impending cam
paign that augurs III for the Democratic
party. In many of the districts the con
tests for delegate promise to be exciting.
Attorney C. R. Pitcher has issued a call
for a meeting of the Democratic senatorial
committee of this district at the Central
Democratic club rooms on Saturday after
noon to fix a date for a senatorial conven
tion, M. F. Sando aud M. E. McDonald
have been waging a determined fight for
the nomination for some time, but an ef
fort is now being made by mutual friends
to effect a compromise and It is probable
that the name of but one of them will eo
before the convention.
Although the date for the Democratic
primaries is little more than a week away
very few of the ward statesmen, of which
that party breeds an unnumbered host,
have as yet entered the lists as candi
dates for delegates. Candidates for county
offices, anxious for votes are not rushing
forward to guarantee "expenses," aud
consequently the pure minded ward states
man keeps within his tent lest he be
tempted to sacrifice himself on the altar of
party dnty. It is a Bure indication of
stagnation of lnterost In party success
when candidates for office and for dole-
gate are few in number a week prior to a
convention. It indicates more than that,
namely, that even rosy-hued hope has
fuiled to point a possible pathway to vio-
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years in
More Pillsbury Flour sold than anv
other brand made in the United States,
ENSLIN, At Gravity, Wayne county,
itnoua A., wile 01 Asuer EUBlin. Fun
eral Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
What about III5I? Greatest
"Ceylon" Tea grower in the world.
"We are liia distributing agents
for Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Just thiukl 45c, 50c and COc.
for the same "Ceylon" or "Bhud"
Tea that others ask $1.25 for.
Oue-half the quantity of "Ceyl on' '
Tea required in drawing, which
makes the cost so low. Everybody
is buying it. Sold only in sealed
429 Lacka. Ay.
Trade Trice to all Dealers.
ATTHE MOUTHOFA GUN
Tea Hungarians Marched from Clark's Sum
mit to Providence.
THEY INVADED STONE'S ORCHARD
The Owner Did Not Like Their Con
duct and Made Them Accompany
Him to, Alderman William's Office.
Prisoner Committed to County
Jail to Await Trial Live at Price
burg and Olyphant.
It was an unique procession that ap
peared at Providence square yesterday
afternoon. In a wagon sat Elmer
Stone, jr., of Clark's Summit, with
ten Hungarians, while his father drove
behind in a carriage with a loaded shot
gun on his knees and kept close watch
on the Hungarians in front, whom he
claimed as his prisoners.
As the procession passed through the
streets leading to the sqnare it at
traoted universal attention and whs
followed by hundreds of persons both
old and young.
Elmer Stone, sr.. is a well known
farmer at Clark's summit and owns
broad well tilled acres and rioh bear
ing orchards. The latter have been
visited a number of times this season
and the trees despoiled of ther fruit
Mr. Stone resolved to put an end
to this raiding, and when he saw a
band of ten Huns in his orchard yester
day, he took down bis shot gun, loaded
it und went out and told the intruders
to throw up their hands.
Twenty hands shot up in the air in
stantly, and ten voiees struggled to
make their pleus for mercy understood.
TOOK TO THE ROAD.
Mr. Stone direeted that one of his
wagons be put in readiness for the road
and Into it the prisoners were loaded.
and under cover of the shot gun the
mnrcii to Providonce was begnn.
At Providence sqnare the men were
handed over to Constable CMe, who
look them before Aldeimar. Wil
liams.wheroMr. Stone entered a formal
complaint and gave his testimony
against the Acousod.
Thoy declared that they bad not in
vaded Mr. Stone's land, but had mere
ly picked up apples they found lying
by the roadsid.
Alderm in Williams asked them to
furnish bail and being unable to do eo
they were committed to the county
j lil to await trial. The men reside at
Priceburg and Olyphant.
SOME NEW HORSES.
.3 Will Be Seen la Friday's Rac:s at
Sivsral new horses will be seen at
the raees of the Gentlemen's Driving
club at the Driving park on Friday
afternoon, aud it is expected that the
events will be more closely contested
than in any of the races yet held.
The new horses that will make their
first appearance- in these races are
Maude L.. Beauty, Little Agnes and
Barbed Wire. The order of the events
and entries are as follows:
FIRST RACE, 3.01 CLASS.
1. Little Agnes, g. m., E. J. Uoodwin,
2. Poor Richard, b. g.. Dr. Houser,
3. Pilot, n. g., M. T. Keller.
4. Joe, br. g., R. Crippun.
6. Billy, b. g., C. M. fc'auderson.
6. Maud, br. g., W. M. Jermyn.
7. Beauty, b, m., Dr. Wentz.
SECOND It AC It, 2 40 CLASS.
1. Fanny Blair, b. m G. M. Shelly. -
8. Compeer, s. g., F. H. Jermyu.
8. Maud L., ch. ra., C. S. Bosnians.
4. Thief, b. g., A. L. Spencer.
6. John Honuu, b. g., C. M. Sanderson.
6. Johnny, br. g., C. H. Schadt.
THIRD RACE, 2:3j CLASS.
1, Magnolia, bl. m., Dr. Wentz.
2. Keely, b. g., O. M. Shelly.
8, Abigail, br. m., Dr. Houser.
4, Jack, b. g., Dr. Hill.
D, Mollle, b. in., A. L. Spencer.
8, John, b. g., Dr. Bill.
FOURTH RACE, 2:50 CLASS.
1, Duke, bl. g., L. T. Payne.
2, Frank H., s. g., Frank Hazzard.
8, Pet Hand, b. m., Frank SDeucer.
4, Pudee, b. m., Mat. Dale.
5, Barbed Wire, b. g.. Levy Paterson.
C, St. Nick, b. g R. Crippou.
The dolegate election for the purposo of
electing delegates to the county conven
tion for the First district of the Ninth
ward will be held at the voting booth on
Adntns avenue, iu rear of Uarney, Brown
& Co.'s store, fcnturday, Sept. 1, between
the hours of 4 and 7 o'clock p.m.
M Y RON' KasKON.
Coi'YlNQ books aud presses.
Pratt's Book Stors.
How la It at Coiton'if
Whv tllia RtAnriv.frniner i-ali.Klo nml a.,
j J Bwua, nimouy-
cessful institution especially a shorthand
bcuuoi reopens nept. a, witn the principal
as instructor. Personal attention is given
tonii. i ne graduates are in growing de
mand: thnv Am fnnnri tn Via flinr.irl, d.wI
efficient. Good positions are offered that
we want to fill.
Oxford, Bagster, International aud
family Bibios. Pratt"s Book Stork.
Bur the Wtber
and get the best. At Guernsey Eros.
A larug line of new books and novels at
half price. Pratt's Book Stork.
Buy one of
417 Lacka. Avenue.
Including the painless extracting
ct teeth by an entirely new prw
S. C, Snyder, T3.D.S.
las wioaiiaa avk.
Conway House, 132 and 134 Penn Ave.,
Is where you will always find good service
and courteous treatment, the table is al
ways supplied with the best in the market.
Transient and local trade solicited.
Room and pleture mouldings, wall and
ceiling decorations, In water colors and
linspar relief. Something new.
Pratt's Book Storb.
K AT THAI'S.
UK AVV BROILERS,
126 Penn Ave.
We have just received a large
stock ofv Toy Picture and Story
Books for the little people. Some
of tbeui have paper covers and
some of thcui stiff board covers.
Nearly all them have beautiful
colored pictures. Prices range
from 5c. to 25c. The following
are some of the titles:
Our Baby's ABC.
Thn-o Kittlfi Kittens.
FroRs and Jlit-ii
Mother House Malo
dies. Ten Little Nisgnrs.
Burnt- ami the Boast.
Jlothi-r Huosu Chimes.
A B (' of Nature.
Hip Van Winkle.
Old Mother Hubbard.
I.ittlo Foot Prints.
OH Dame Trot.
TheEroi? Who WouU
Ni WooinK Go.
Hector, the Dog.
Happy Hoi days.
P.hj ini'8 and Chimes,
liipples of Mirth.
Precious Pictures from the Bible,
Also, a new Paper Doll, put np in an
envelope, with 0 dresses Bad 0 hats for
C. S. Woolworth
319 Lacka. Ave.
Green and Gold Store Front
We are now
prepared to do
our new build
H. Baffin & Go.
Is nearly over and so is BANISTER'S GREAT AUGUST CLEAR
ING SALE OF SHOES.
Have you taken advantage of
for tlic bare cost of making!
We can't compel you to come
offer. Your own interest and better
There are still a few days more
day adding fuel to the fire in the
Poleca Szanownym Polakom swoj wielki galent-
eryjny mezkich i damskich
gotowych damskich sukien raprow pelerynirozmaitego
gatunka ubran dla dzieci, takze przerabia i upieksza
damskie kapelusze jak najmgdniej po bardzo niskich
cenach (rozmowic sie moztia po polska). CENY STALE.
T. S. The above is Bfcewn's Bee Hive advertisement
in another language, setting forth their Bargains in
MEN'S HATS, CAPS AND
NECKWEAR, LADIES' SUITS,
MILLINERY, SHIRT WAISTS, ETC.
They Cannot Be
Beat Onr Prices
On Goats and Capes
We are selling a $5 Coat
A $14 Black Clay Worst
ed Coat for $7.
$4.50 Capes for $1.98.
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits
in Serge, latest, cut, for
$6.50, worth $12.
Mackintoshes for HALF
Come and see for your
self. This sale will only
last for a few days.
STORED aid INSURED
IF ALTERED BY
US, FREE OF CHARGE
During the Summer.
138 Wyoming Ave.
next dimes bank.
128 Wyoming Ave.
A FRENCH C0UTEL
On exhibition in our window. SEE
OFFERS the best
of any institution
of its kind in the
country, at mini
mum cost The pro
prietors are instruc
tors with years of ex
perience and know
business work. In
struction is tbor
ongh and praotloal.
- College building is
a beautiful structure, well ventilated
and possessed of all modern conve
niences and is located on Court Home
Day and Evening Sessions.
will open MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 8.
Onr Journal tells all abont ns and our
methods. Send us your name and 70a
will get it by mail.
Buck, Whilmore & Co.
Cor, Adams k and Linden Street
CONUEKNINU THK PRINTING
YOU NEED SOON.
We can please your taste ana
anU. Oet an estimate.
The Scranton Tribune Job DepL
this cliauce to buy your Footwear
aud see what bargains we have to
judgment should bring you here.
of this sale, aud we are every
shape of LOW PRICES.
Cor. Lackawanna and