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T1IE SCTIANTON TRIBUTE-MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10. 185)4.
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I Misses Susie Donnelly, of Iiinghnmton,
' and Lizzie Mcltntp, of Pittston, nro the
guests of Miss Alice, Murphy, of Dunmore.
II. C. llnuk, of Pownr's drugstore, anil
Eeo Schimmf, of t bo Dime bank, willleavo
his afternoon nt 1.24 for Pittsburg on n
uiness trip in tuo interest or the iiouta
c Glass company.
Vis are out announcing the wedding
Oi-orea Wnrrrn Daitis. of tho Lewis
uiui more, i roviueuce, to iiiis3 Jeumo
Kellow, tho dnngbtor of J(r. nnd Mrs.
liichnrd W. Kellow, Mousey uremic, Green
Kulfje. Tho ceremony will be performed
at the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church
on tipt. 19, nt S.3U a. m.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
IT'niler this hooding short lottora of interest
will bn published when accompanied, fur imb
bcation, by tho writer's name. TiikTimhine
will not be held rosiionsiblu for opinions hero
IN DEFENSE OF CLASSIC MUSIC.
Editor of Tub Tniiicm::
tlK: 1 cannot resist rcplyine to nil article
npou "Music, nnd Musicians'," noticed in
Fnturdny's Truth, which if true would for
ever quiet the ambition of musicians for
greater insight Into tho beauties of higher
class music. I quoto a few lines of lailie
"There are musicians who like to nlr
their superior knowledge."
"While tho music of the great composers
is a grand study, yet it is more music of
the head than of the hoart."
Now 1 consider it much more preferable
to air one's superior knowledge than one'
How do you know, Mr. Morgan, the
correctness of your second assertion? Do
I know the flavor of a peach until I taste
itf Can I know the contents of the Bible
until I become a student of itf When nnd
,whoie did you study the croations of tho
great composers? Can you toll me how
many sonatas Beethoven wrote, their
names, and analyze them? IIow many
symphonies and copy tho themes of each?
Have yon studied the musio dramas of
Wagner and felt the Easter mnsic of "Par
sifal?" Are you conversant with the works
of Haudol, Mendelssohn, etc.?
What is emotion? I stood In far Dakota
and witnessed an Indian war dance, in
which feeling and emotions presented a
vivid picture; but it was not intellectual
emotion, and.it is of this quality of emo
tion the great compositions were formed.
bare you tell me that Beethoven, who
died impoverished owius to his love of
music, had not feeling? That Moznrt
never felt his music, when composing his
requiem or that Chopin, had simply in
tellect, as be penned the great funeral
march? Imagine "Db Pachmmin" playing
these exquisite nocturnes of Chopin with
out feeling; one fan hear the tears drop
as tho velvety touch brings to life the
1 hear Anna Louise Cary sing, "0 Rest
in tho Lord," from Elijah.and 1 can reams
those warm bnrmonies surround me: again
Albnnl sings "tome Unto Mo" nnd 1 can
come without a fear that God will reject'
say not any one that the great composers
felt not the fullno-s of their compositions.
Years ago ' T'nlistrinn" used the Greg
orian chant ns a basis for his gieat masses,
nnd after that we had Uach, Mendelssohn,
Wagner, etc. Had it not been for these
groat composers, Philip Phillips, Sweeney
and Eliss would not have been known.
Thorefnre I call not Gospel hymns music,
but a form of missionary work. In tho
material world, flour Is of great value as
food, but it would be folly to give the
credit to any but tho Creator; therefore,
in spenklng of Gospel hymn writers, we
must not defame the masters who first
made it possible, ns under the guidance of
God they created compositions from
which inferior workers draw.
I . see a baby nursing a bottle of milk,
mil that baby never require more hearty
food? If a strong child, its mother soon
perceives n few teeth peeping through its
Rums and a quantity ot beef steak is given
it to masticate. Milk was the.llrnt food of
?I ??entl"B Adam nnd five. Thon 1 ask
Mr. Morgan, why cuansce to staple pro
ducts? 1 here aro sickly pooplo who are
compelled to subsist upon milk but not
many; so, it is in music. Wo find sickly
iiiuHu-ni minus wno continuo to nurse tho
bottle of music, never getting teeth suf
ficient to masticnto good, musical beef
steak. Music lovers of Scranton have
passed the nursing period and no amount
of coadling can keep them in its lap.
Thanking you for space to snstnin true
art, I am staunchly for music
Onumra B. Caktkr.
' ' ' Dr. Gibbons,
of New York city, will be in his Rcrnnton
office, 441 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from 8 in the morning until 9 in the
Wood, bamboo nnd braiss easel.
Pratt's Book Stoke.
Eat Bread made from Pillsbury'a Best
and be healthy.
Buy the Webar
and get the best. At Guernsey Bros.
Copy in-a books and presses.
Pratt's Book Stori.
Ttie fact that Hood's Barsnparilla, once
fairly tried, bocom he family medicine,
speaks volumes for its excellence and me
dicinal merit. Hood's tiarsaparilla is na
'Hood's Pills, become the favorite cs
tbartio with everyone who tries them, 25c.
NEWS OF WEST SIDE
Funeral of Joseph Bender, ot Soulh Hyde
Park Avenue, Yos'tcrdiy Afternoon.
SOCIETIES JW ATTENDED
Funeral Services Conducted at Simp
son MethorJist Episcopal Church
Many Beautiful Floral Tributes
Death of P. J. Taylor, of Jack
son Street Funeral Will Take Place
Wednesday Personals nnd Minor
The funeral of Joseph Bender, of
.Sontn Hyde Park avenue, who died at
his home Thursday mnrninar, occurred
yesterday afternoon nt 2;liO o'clock. A
large number of friends feathered at
tho family borne, on South liyda Park
avenue, where impressive aeryices wpre
conducted by llev. L. C. Floyd, 1"). D ,
pustor of the Simpson Methodist lipis
copal chnreh. The iloral offerings
were very beautiful. Amotig them
were "A Gates Aj ir," with the Masonic
emblem workoi with fbwers in tho
center. A pillow, inscribed "Father,"
from, tho family, and a wreath from a
friend. The funeral wna in charge of
Hydo Park Lodge, No. S-!), Free nnd
Accepted Masons, who uttendiid 11)0
strong, marshaled by Wntkin Jones,
David Jones was Tylor. During; the
services n quartette, consisting of
Thomas Deynon, William W. Jones,
John Jones and Will Hack, rendered
the beautiful funeral hymns, "Chris
tians Good Night" and "Farewell."
Lackawannu connoil No. l.i:S!l, Royal
Arcanum attended in a body, and wero
marshaled by T. J. Price, After the
services the' imposing funeral eortege
moved out to Dunmorooometerv where
interment was made. A. 13. Stovens,
of the Masons, rend their ritual nt the
grave. The ilower bearer was William
Neavo. Pall bearers Muraford Diru
mick,.,Evan Jones, jr., George ' W.
Jenkins, T. Fellows Mason, Thomns B.
Cnroy and Chark's Lamiing. Tuo lodgs
were conveyed to tho cemetery in speo
MRS. ?. F. TAYLOR DEAD.
A Wtll Kaowo Woman Sucoumbs to
At about 10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, Mrs. Eilon Taylor, wife of P. F.
Taylor, of Jackson street, died at ber
home. Sho had beea Buttering for
sumo time with a combination of dis
eases, whieh gradually took the form
of typhoid fever, and resulted in donth.
Mrs. Tsylor was bom in Scrnnton
and was 3S years of age. She had a
very largo number of friends, and her
estimable qualities and good will, were
always apparent, bho was n devout
Catholio. Mrs. Taylor is survived by
bur husbaud and one daughter, Mary.
The funeral will oucnr ou WodDesduy
morning. A high mass of requiem
will be celebrated in St. Patrick's
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEVV3 NOTES.
Mr. nud Mrs. A. A. Chase of North Stun
ner avenue, nro visiting iu Iiliuois.
Will Davi?, of Siblny, spent Sunday with
his parents on South ilain avenue,
Henry James nnd Silas Watson, of
Wiikes-Barre, srent tho Sabbath with
friends on this side.
Tho interesting infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John II. Reynolds, of Washburn
street, iile3 yesterday. .
The Bellevno Mino Accidental fund ran
nn excursion to Lake Poyntelle on Satur
day. A largo number attended.
Rev. A. W. Cooper filled the milpit of
the Hampton-street Methodist Episcopal
church yesterday after n vacation.
EJdio Hughes, a teacher at Fleetville,
snout Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Ii Hughes of Division street.
Key. Thomas Boll, of West Dartmouth,
Mnss., assumed the pastorato of the Ply.
mouth Congregational chnreh yestorday.
Wanted, tun girls for general honso
work, twelve girls for overull factory.
Star Employment Agency, 4:io Spruce Bt.
Mrs. Charles Lt Bar, of North Hydo
Park avenue, has returned home from a
visit with friends in Dolawaro Water Gap.
Kev. J. I?. Davie of New York city,
oflicinted at the services of the Washburn
street Presbytorinu church, in St. David's
Dr. Joseph Parry lectured in Welsh last
evening in the First Welsh Congregational
church. During the evening Mrs. D. B.
Thomas' ladii choir renaored music.
Tho Hyde Tark Litorarynnd Debating
society will meet this evening in the
Welsh Philosophical society rooms on
South Main avenue. An iuteresting pro
gramme will be rendered.
Prof. Daniel Protheroe, of South Sum
ner avenue, hits returned from bis Western
trip. Mr. Protheroe visited nil the promi
nent Western cities, nnd has nn invitation
to becomo conductor of tho Racine Choral
ItWnnted Ion girls for general house
work, twelve girlsfor overall factory.
Star Employment. Agency14:i.r Spruce St.
The Hyde Parke Literary and Debating
society has prepared a special literary pro
yramnio for its regular meeting this even
intr, to which it invites all young men who
are interested in tbi line of education and
Holt improvement, Tnis society is onter
ing the second year of its existence, and
tho ontlonl: for a prosperous season is nn
nsunlly bright. At the first meeting, last
iMomlay evening, nearly thirty young men
enrolled themseves as members, and it is
expected that as many more will do so this
James Oerrity is building n new honw
on lirick avenue.
Mrs. John D. Evans, of Finn r v:i;ii", is
Visiting relntives in Kingston.
The new house of James Moivn rn Hub
ert nvemip. Is rapidly Hearing completion.
Thomas P. Morgan, of Summit avpmie,
hns returned from visiting relative? in
Tho first, degree will be conferred to
night nt a meeting of the Lincoln lodge of
wuu r oi lows.
P. P. Jones Mr. Bningardner nnd Offl
cer Thomas Thomas left Saturday for n
pleasure trip to Pittsburg.
Wanted, ton girls for gnnnrnl house
work, twelve girls for overall factory.
Star Employment Agency, 4,15 Spruce St.'
The Indies of the Park Place Methodist
Episcopal church nro preparing for a ba
zuar to be held during the first part of
Appropriate exercisos will bo hold at
school No. 'i today when Prof. J. J. Cos
telln, will present it with a largo nnd
Uov. R. S. rfones, D. D., and John D.
Evans attended tho Cymanfa of the Welsh
Congregational churches held In Nnnti
The Highworks Vonng Men's Beneficial
Bocioty excursion to LnKO Ariel, Saturday,
was well attonded. The Excelsior band
furnished the music for dancing.
Themany friends of Mrs. David D.Lowls,
of Putnam street, nro congratulating her
on her winning half of tho soprano solo
prizo nt Laurel Hill park last Friday.
iwIV"1'1 Jaraes E- Francis, of No.
l-M North Main avenue, are spending a
few wooks with relatives in Bingharaton,
N. i., and Canton, Bindford county.
The county convention of the Women's
Christian Temperance union will be hold
in Moscow next Friday. Among the mat
ters that will come up .before the conren-
tion is the subject of electing delegates to
me staie convention.
Alargecrowd attended the joint excur
sion of the Knights of Labor and Knights
of the Golden Eagle to Lake Ariel last Fri
day. The txcursionists report a fine time.
H. H. McKeehnn, for a number of years
in the employ of the Lackawanna Iron &
Coal company, hns accepted a position as
shipping clerk at the Greeu Itldge iron
FIFTY CoSvEllSlONS. .
Evangelist Moody's Powerful ,and
Touching Plea to Sinners at the
Frothingham Had Good Effect.
An instance of the wonderful nnd
mngnetie Ullnenco of Evangelist
Moody was afforded last night nt the
Young Men' Christian association
rooms on Wyoming nvenne when fifty
men pledged themselves to take up the
cross. At the servico at the Froth
ingham thoator. whioli is re
ported ulsowhore, Mr. Moody made an
appeal quite pathetic to any one in the
audience who felt thomselves in re
ligious difliuulty nnd wnnt-td assistance
to solve the great question of salvation,
to meet him at tho Young Men's Chris
tian Association rooms nftor the sor
vios. Ho asked that professed Chris
tians would not attend but only thoso
he had referred to. Ovor 400 accepted
the invitation and Mr. Moody spoke
most pointedly and naked those who
felt themselves rendy to abandon their
former lives nnd tread the new path to
stand np nud say "I will." Fitty men
responded and special prayers were
offered in their behalf. Much signifi
cance is attached to the Incident as it is
direct and most conclusive testimony
of the eflioacy of the illusion.
Mr. Moody will be ont of town to
day, ns he has to proceed down the val
ley to sunervino some work in connec
tion with the religious campaign.
Mr. Bliss will, howsver, address a
meeting as usual in the gospel toat to
night at 7:30. On Tuesday nnd
Wednesday nt U o'clock Mr. Moody will
speak nt the Ehn Park ohrtrcn, his
subject being "Tno Holy Spirit."
Tomorrow at 7:31) ho specially in
vites men to occupy sjats reserved for
them iu the body of tha house nt Elm
Park church. Ladies invited to oc
cupy seats in tho gallery. The com
mittee which meets tomorrow nfter
ncon invites tho residents of nearby
towns to take advantage of this op
portunity of hearing Mr. Moody.
Evangelist Schivera is expected in
Scranton on Wednesday.
AT THE THEATERS.
A great Sewn ton favorite will bo nt the
Academy of Muiiic tonight. His namo is
William Barry, and tho vehicle in which
which ho will make Ids nppearnnco is
Gill's clever piny, "Tho Rising Gouora
tion." The fun iu it is si)outiiieous and
effervescent, and keeps the audience in a
coutmuiu roar of laughter. When pre
sented here luat season, it was Baid by our
theater-goers who saw the performance,
to be the greatest thing in the way of good.
pure comedy ever seen in this city. Mr.
Harry is easily tnn king of lusti come
dians, James II. Manning is supporting
Mr. Barry agaiti this seasou. Mr. Man
ning's striking resemblance to Hugh Fay,
both in notion and looks, makes him an apt
toil to the fat, witty little Barry.
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Brilliant Rose Coghlan nnd tier superb
company will givo Snrdon's great play,
"Diplomacy," at the Frotliingham tonight.
Tomorrow evening i Ley will be seeii in
"A Woman of No Importance," one of
tho brilliant, if somewhat risque, plays
that iiuve of recent yoarj flowed from tho
pen of Ocur Wilde. In snite of all tho
cynicism, the playwright makes his prin
ciple male characters express the play iu a
remarkably faithful picture of certain
phases of fashionable life, and the whole is
sol forth with a brilliancy of conversation
equaled in few modern plays. Epigram
roiluws epigram in quick succo-sion. and
if the upiyraius are only half true, or per
uana not truo ut all, tliey are still sncU as
bright wordly men and woiuon might rea
sonably be expected to utter. But this is
not all the piny contains. It has much
that is tender, pure and -Kood. The lov
able side of human nature is shown, ns
well as itsseltlsu and neartless side the
subsiance as well ns the froth. The enle
of scuts for the Coghlnu engagement is
T t t
Tho clash of interests iu "A Breezv
Time," which is produced at the Academy
of Music Tuesday night, is brought nbont
by the fact that tho creditors of a vounn
college student havo pursued him out of
town, and that the girl he loves hns done
iikewile. Leaving the plot altogether out of
the question, however, tho plcco is said to
bring upon the stage a great many people
who have mado bits in thoir time and who
have been brought togother for the first
time in "A Breezy Time." Principal among
them are E. U. Fliz, the well known heavy
weight comedian, nud Kathryn Webster, a
sonnrctto who is uot at ull of the conven
T t t
Tho plays of Charles H. Boy t are always
warmly received iu this city, but none of
them is a, ureal or favorite thau "A Texas
Steer," which will bo given at tho Acad
emy of Music Wcdnesdny eveuing. Scranton
iheator-goeri have enjoyed mnny n hearty
laugh at tho antics of Maverick Brander,
his wife and daughter, who are products
of the crude civilization of the Texan
frontier. Thpy will unquestionably be
greeted by a large house on Wednesday
t t t
James B. Mnckie (Grimsey, Me Boy),
whose name is n houseliold word throueh
out tho nmiuement world, will npnoar at
the Academy of Music Thursday evening
iu n brand new plnv entitled "Tho Side
Show: or Wait For The Wagon," a enrio
circo comedy, possessing a well defined
plot, which will bo pleasingly interpreted
by an , exceptionally clever company of
comedians, singers nnd dnncers. Noiio of
tho scenery found in the theater will bo
used during the engagement, ns tho scon
cry in its entirety is carrinl hy the com
pany. During tho day of the perform
unco a street paiado will bo given, with
mi tc malic heails nnd windciilliope.
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Davis' theatre on Linden street will
throw open iis doors to tho public today
end give performances every afternoon
nnd evening hereafter during the season.
Manager Davis has billed, as his opening
nttraclion, the All Lady Vaudeville Stars
composed of the Dost variety artists beforo
tho public. The company is not to bo
classed with tho alleged beauty t-hows
that are occasionally inflicted on ihn nnli-
lio bt manager wh pander to n dn
prnvod taste. Tn comnanv Miuiiiror
Davis his secured was selected because
of ttieir ability in their chosen lines nnd
the performances does not, contain a sug
gestion or a hint that would offend the
After tho ''I'.KIB" company closed its en
gagement nt tho Frotliingham Saturday
night tho manngur of tho company went
to New York to secure new players. He
snid tho present compnny was not to his
liking. They chilled tho loading soubrutte,
Miss Chase, and at times painod the audi
ence. After tho new company is secured
"l!l!)0" should ba sholvod and a more co
herent dramatic work substituted for it.
The liviug pictures wero woll produced at
the Saturday porformancos.
City and School Taxe', 1894.
Tllft cit V Bull Bfihnnl f.nv .1iir.Uu...
- uujjuvnw.i . o 1
the year 1804 aro now in my hands for
collection, Persons wishing to pay can do
SO now. or nnv twrann rminiplun .
ments of taxes by giving ward and loca
tion of property will bo promptly
It. G. Bhooks, City Treasurer.
Municipal building, Washington avenue.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., ex
cept Sntuurduy, this office will be, closed
at noon. .
NOTES OF SOUTH SI
Remain's, of the' Lite John Risen conveyed to
Their Last Resting Place.
Martin .Cannon Placed Behind Bars
for Wifo Beating Elm Street In Im
passable Shape Story of How
Democrats Elect thoir Delegates,
Or the History of a Game of Euchre.
Other News Notes.
The funeral of the late John Rosen,
of Odnr avenue, on Saturday after
noon was a concourss larger than nstl
ally attends tlie obsequies of the gen
erality of men, and it was a deserved
tribute to the manliness of his charac
ter. Mr. Hnsen possessed one trait,
and for that hu was distinguished ; he
was uncompromisingly honest in his
dealings with his fellow men. Ill
health kept him confined to his home
for many years beforo his death, and
the younger generation grew up since
ho retired from active business.
At 2 o'clock the remains were borne
to tho JiicKory Street Presbyterian
church. Burial services wore conducted
by the pastor, Rov. Augnst Lange, who
preached n beautiful sermon, The pall
bearers wera appointed from Schiller's
lodge of Mason, of which he was an
honored membur. Alliance lodge of
Odd Fellows and Colonel Monies post,
No. 1119, Grand Army of the Republic,
also attended the funeral. Interment
was made in Pittston Avenue cemetery
aud service was hold at the grave no
cording to the Masonic ritual.
ELM STREET OBSTRUCTED.
Tt Is Blade tho Dumping Ground of
Heaps of Building Material.
Tenmsters especially, and the citizns
in general, loudly complain of the
barefaced action of a Polish citizon liv
ing on the corner of Pittston avenue
uiid Elm street, lie purchased the old
No, 13 school building, nnd has
carted it in the eliane of loose
lumber to his premises, storing it
on the street, leaving scarcely room
for a wheol burrow to pans between it
nnd the sidewalk, Wagons cannot
pass without driving npou tho boards,
and then are in danger of upsetting.
Street Commissioner Kirst should
see that this coudition of affairs does
not keep oa any longer.
SOUTH SIDd JOTTINGS.
Charles Vohrer, of Philad-ilpnia, is
spending u few days with his parents ou
Philip Iledrich, ot Willow street, re
turned after his vacation to resunio his
studies nt a theological seminary in Clevo-
Wanted, ten girls for genornl home
work, twelvo girls for overall factory.
Star Employment Agency, 4;i5f5prucoSl.'
Tho delegate election iu the First dis
trict of the Twentieth ward lakes tho cake
for the grotesque features brought out iu
electing representatives to tho Democratic
county convention tomorrow. The candi
dates for the honor wore 'Squlro Patrick
Roclie, .lames O'Connor and David Whe
lun. When tho hour arrived to epeu the ;
pons more was nor. ouougu voters around
to create the impression that an election
was about to take place and tho tliroo can
didates agreed to play a game ot
euchre to settle the titlo to u Beat in
the convention. 'Squire Richn was
euchorod all through tho gamo and ro
tired crushed. Patrick Corcoran, A. L.
Dnulenvy and John La voile, tho viirilnncs
committee, immediately signed tho cre-
(icniiais or uuonnor ami wtieiau, but
John J. Ruddy aud William McCroa, who
had b.ien lying by (piotly got tugotlier a
vigilance i-ominittoe of their own, held a
rump caucus and wera elected without
nny opposition, each receivinir thirty-
eiliht votes. Their vigilance cbuimittou
were Thomas Farrell, .lohn Muldori and
James Ruauo. This will be uu interesting
case for tho com mitteo on credentials to
battle with tomorrow. Score oue for the
purty or tuo nut aritie !.
Ecranton'a Business Intirosts.
Tim Tr.inuNG will foon publish a care
fully compiled uud classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. Tho edition will bo hound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblio build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of lending citiznus. No
similar work has ever tiveu an equal rep
resentation of Scrnnton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons ontsido the city, copies of
this linndsomo work will nttract
new comers and bo nn unequalled
advertisement of the city. Tho circu
lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned ns well as the city
ntlarge. Representatives of The Trihunb
will call upon tiiosp. wiiosk namks
are hkhiukd in this edition and explaiu
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in tnis edition will please h avo notice at
MlMEOonAI'HS and neostvles for ilnnll.
eating and copying.
Pratt s Cook Stoiie.
Gropk.hs and butchers' pass nooks.
Pratt's Book Stork.
Kkstkiil to tired toilers, brend mado
from Pillsbnry's Best. ,
Kn belter spoons are mado
thiin those of Wm. Rogers'
Manufacturing Co. They
were never sold nt this price
before. Buy now
TEA SPOOMS 50r F0.1 6.
TABLESPOONS $1.00 FOR G.
Rexford Jewelry Co.,
Wo aro prepared to furnish all
kinds of School Hooks and School
Supplies at short notice.
We always have in stock a com
plete lino of Blank Uooks, Sta
tionery and Ofiice Supplies.
Wall Paper, WindowShades
Pictures and Frames
n u r,i r n x n
"TO SAVE TIME IS TO LENGTHEN LIFE."
YOU VALUE LIFE? THEN USE
Musio Boxse Exclusively,
Test made. Tiny any desired number of
Innes. tiautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
HiiO Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, only f5 and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes earofully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
and Toilet Sets,
Ii6 Wyoming Ave.
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112 SPIiUCK ST. ANU
'Mr, LACK' A. AVIlMJi:,
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F.f UillMff ArOHIH.
Warerooms : Cppos!to Columhus Monument,
5 Waiehinpt Av. Scrantcntva,
dMtTHINC NLW IN A WaT1s1'3-
For Fall Wear
305 Lackawanna Ave.
rtin & JDelsLny
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
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308 Lacko. Ave.
S We are offering some Great Bargains in
ii 2 Cases 10-4 Heavy-Weight, worth $1, for 75c. 1
a 2 Casas 104 Extra Quality, worth $1.39, for 98c. 1
I 1 Case 10-4, Very Fine,
1 lot of 10-4, were $4.25, now $2.75. jjj
1 lot of 11-4, were $5, now $3.50. I
"On the Fenco.'
Soon he over the 6oaon for ridinc. If
you wrfnt a Bicycle now is tho time to get
it. Wo are cloariug up all stock, and will
give you such a chance as you never had
before. One ot our bargains:
A First-clnss. Hteh Grade S1.10 Eicvcls
Ill inT vour cash nnd GET OFF TTTF.
CLARENCE H. FLCREY
Successor to Floroy & Holt.
Our Boys Department
Is a Parent's Paradise
Short Pant Suits, size3 4 to 11,
Short Pant Suits, in a variety of Dark Chocks and
Plaids, sizes 4 to 14 .
A speciaP Hue of Dark Gray Mixed Cheviot Short
Pant Suite, air sizes . . i . .
137 AND 139
JARGB LINE O
in 'Blue and Black
Box Coats. '
Also, a first class
3 stock of x Imported
Suitings and Trous
erings. worth $2, for $1.49.
Ey Bit. SHEIBERG,
ThePpacinliston the Eye. Headaches and Ner.
vousnes relievei. Latest and Improved Style ot
Eyeglasses and Spoctaclei at tbe Lowert Prices,
liost Artificial Eyes insertcsd for $5.
S05 SPKt'CM KT., Opp. Old Post OfTice.
And must raise several thort
sand dollars before Thursday
evening at closing time. Wo
have no other means of ac
complishing this except hy
sacrificing a portion of our
vast and valuable stock.
Boy at Your Own Price
We'll positively refuse no
offer within tho bounds of
C. V. Freeman
Watchmaker and Jowoler,
COR. FENN AVE. and SPRUCE ST,
T MATTERS not what kind. of a
Suit you want for the lad or what
you want to pay, you'll find it here
at the right price.
Good, pla.n, serviceable suits for
every-day wear; suits for Sunday and
We not only show you more styles
than you'll meet with if ...7 other house
in' Scranton, but many of the styles
shown can be seen only here, as they
are styles which we create and control.
HOYELTIES BY THE SCORE
And a mammoth assortment of plain and
moderate priced suits liko these:
Dark Gray Cheviot -i O Ct
S. L. GALLEN