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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FEID AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894.
No fear of
ifaUure in making '
bread. andjake if you. use. 1
it always makes light,
pure and I' Sure.".
! FIRE INSURANCE
120 Wyoming Avenue
Bare tout COLLARS starched In tt M
ay. when you can have them done wltt mx
VlWa Buttonholes far TWO CENTS KAMI.
Mears & Hagen
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.
Twentieth Senatorial Convention.
The Republican senatorial convention
of the Twentieth Senatorial district will
be held at the arfUrstion room in the
court house on Taesday, the 25th day of
Kept., at 11 o'clock a, m., (or the purpsse
ef nominating a candidate for state sena
tor. An election for delegates to this conven
tion will be held on Saturday, the 22nd
dsy of Sept., between the houis of 4 to 7
p. m. Vigilance committee will plase
govern themselves accordingly. Each
election district will be entitled to the
same number of delegated as they bad in
the late county convention. The same
rule applies to the Luzerne portion of the
John b. La Touch, Chairman.
H. M. Bansek, Secretary.
Sio-nd Legislative Dlstrlot.
The Republicans of the Second Legisla
tive district will assemble in convention at
the arbitration rooms in the court house,
city of Bcranton, on Tuesday, the 25th day
of September, at 10 o'clock: a. m., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for the
An election for delegates to this con
vention will be held at the regular polling
places on Saturday Sept. J2, between the
hours of 4 and 7 p. m., each election will
be entitled to the same representation as
at the late county convention.
Vigilance committee will please take
due notice and govern themselves accord
ingly. Very respectfully yours.
4W. D. Miller, Chairman.
A. J. Kolb, Seccetary,
Gentleman's Driving Club races Satur
day, 8 p. ta.
There will be an adjourned meeting of
the board of control on Monday night.
The eclipse of the moon tonight will be
visible at bcranton. It will commence at
The working force in the city treasurer's
office is unusually active receiving tax
This afternoon at 4 o'clock the members
of the Bcranton Foot Ball club will meet
at the ball park for practice.
Bauer's band attended the Wilkes-Barre
firomen's parade yesterday, being specially
BDgageu uj me reception oommtttee.
The concert intended to be held at Lau
rel Hill park on Sunday by Bauer's band,
has been postponed to Sunday, Sept. 23.
P. F. and M. T. Howley have withdrawn
from the firm of Howloy Bros, and opened
a plnmbing establishment at 223 Wyoming
' Clerk of the Courts Thomas yesterday
Kraaieu lUMrrmge iiceube 10 jr. B. I OUI-
Lm, of Pittston, and Miss Clementina
McAlplne, of Waverly.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Zion
Evangelical church, Green Ridge, held a
successful ice cream social on the lawn
of J. b. Ruple, 27 New York street, last
The attraction at the Aoademv of Mmio
Monday evening is Thomas W. Keene.wbo
appears in Bulwer Lytton's great play,
"Kichelieu " Diagram opens this morning
at the box office.
Until further notice the Dunmore cars
will leave from the corner of Lackawanna
and Franklin avenues, owing to the re
pairs of the track on Spruce street and
A service of much interest will be con
ducted by Rev. G. Aldrion at the South
Side Youngs Women's. Christian associa
tion this evening at 8 o'clock. All young
women are invited. Special mailt) will be
rendered at the song service beginning at
7.45. . , .. , ,
Superintendent of Schools George W.
Phillips gives a glowing acconni of the In
creating attendance at the publio schools,
Tbe average grows larger dally and it Is
feared that the rooms may become over
crowded. Tbe aggregate number of pnpils
now attending school amounts to upwards
of 14,000. .
Tomorrow afternoon the Scranton
school of music will open the seasoa at tbe
Young Men's Christian association build
ing. A children's class will be formed at
2 o'clock. On Monday evening the ad
vauced class, comprising the adnlt schol
ars of last season's classes, will enter upon
the winter work. .'
The Rev. W. A. Fitch, of Montrose, Pa.,
will address ao "old-fashioned colored
camp meeting" at Laurel Hill park on
Sunday. A splendid band of jubilee sing
ers will render select music. A meeting
will be held at 1 p. rn., when the subject
will be "Suffering of Christ." Srmons
will also be delivered at 8.30 p. m. and
7.80 p. m. A service of song will be given
at 8.45 p. m.
Albert Lalwske was yesterday dis
charged from the county jail under the
provisions of the insolvency aot. Some
time ago Laiwske was charged with sland
ering Mrs. Amelia Lack and a board of
arbitrators directed him to pay her $3 5 as
damages. He did not like the idea of giv
ing np any of his bnrd earned cash as a
balm for Mrs. Lack's wounded feelings
and sought refuge in the Insolvency act.
A little S-year-old girl, barefooted, bare
headed and clad in a light blue dress was
found wandering In the vicinity of the
city building yesterday atternoon by Chief
of Police Simpson. He brought her to tbe
office in police headquarters awaiting the
call of ber parents, A short while after
ward a gentleman casuully dropped around
to tbe office, recognized tbe child and
brougnther home. She lives on South
Gentleman's Driving Club races Satur
day, 2 p. m.
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer, cool and
sparkling, at Lohinan's, Spruce street
HELD AS ritlSONEItS.
Mrs. O'Horo's Novel Way of Collect
ing Rent Locked Mrs. Munlev
and Children in House.
Michael Maoley, of Dunmore, rushed
into the prothouotary's office yesterday
afternoon and in tin exoited manner
wanted to know where be could find
the chief of police.
"Me wife and children are locked np
in the honse and I wmt to get them
out," he explained and then went on to
give the corroborative details.
Five weeks ago he moved from the
South Side to Dunmore and rented
Hpurtments from Mrs, O'tioro at the
rate of $4 per month. No lease was
ezocuted between the parties and Mua
ley therefore paid no reut.
Yesterday he was about to move his
bousebold effects into an adjoining
bouse whioh he had rented and Mrs.
O'Horo asked him to desist nntil he
had paid the rent that was due.
He paid no attention to her request
and therefore ebe decided that the time
bad eome for vigorous measnres.
She locked the house and nude pris
oners of Mrs. Mnnley and her two
children, who were with her in the
house at the time, and deolared that she
would keep them as hostages nntil she
received her $9.
Munlty aouif ht the aid of the chief
of police of Dunmore who informed
him tbnt it was not such a case as he
could interfere in. After declaring
that there was no justioe in Burgess
Dnzgan's town Mnnley proceeded to
the conrt honse.
He was sent to police headquarters
in the Municipal bnildinir and there
again related his woes. The city po
lice authorities informed Mr. Mnnley
that they had do jurisdiation in Don
more and that gentleman went sorrow
fully back to bis borne to maker his
peace as best be oonld with his irate
. PROGRAMME FOR TO-MORROW.
Races Thit Will Bs Held at the Driving
The following entries have been
made for to-morrow's raoes at the driv
Dr. B. H. Throop.
John R. Mears.
Dr. J. L. Wentz.
J. L, Crawford.
3 MINUTE CLASS.
Poor Richard, br. g.. Dr. Rouser.
' Beauty, bl. m., Dr. J. L. Wenls.
William, b. g., Frank Merrlfield.
Frank S., b. g., J. F. Seigel.
O. K., b. g., O. S. Johnson.
Joe, br. g., R. Crippen.
2. 00 CLASS.
Little Agnes, gr. m., E. J. Goodwin,
Blue, s. g., J. H. Ladwig.
Daisy, b. m., C. S. Sesmans.
Beauty, s. m., Q. M. Shelly,
ohn, b. g., Dr. G. E. Hill.
Duke, bl. g., L. T. Payne.
Abigail, b. m Dr. Honser.
Star Dudley, s. g Joseph Hull.
Maggie Davis, b. m., J. Davis.
Maud L, s. m., C. B. Sesmons.
THAT PINE STREET PAVE.
It Is Probable That It Will Not Bs Liid
Clerk W. L. McLean was busy yes
terday serving notiosou the Pine street
property owners, ordering them to put
down curbing within thirty days.
Tbe ordinance providing for the pav
ing of Pine street gives the property
owners thirty days from date of notice
from the street commissioner in whieh
to pat down curbing, or reset curbing
The lines are not yet given by the
city engineer and will not be nntil the
property owners reauest it. When the
thirty days have expired the city will
begin to pnt down the curbing for
those who have omitted to do it. and
it win ue onargeu per root to each
owner in the same way as paving is
Tbe time granted to property owners
on this street for laying curb will not
expire nntil the cold weather ssta in.
and tben it will be too late to begin
paving, so mat ttie work will bs post
poned nntil spring.
Tbe Barber Asphalt company cannot
begin to lay concrete nntil the curbing
is down. All the indications are that
Pine street will not be paved this year.
MACKIE AND HIS NEW FARCE.
The Bide Show Introduced Some Good
James B. Mackia made his arjoear-
anoe at the Academy of Musio last night
in his new f.iroe, "The Side Show."
Maekey is the same "Qrimesey, Me
Boy," as of yore, with the same antics
and racial contortions tbnt first won
him fame in "A Bnnoh of Keys."
He has some clever sptcialty per
formers in bis oomtanv and tbe ner
formance. as a whole. Is entertaining
John T. Hanson and Waldo Whittle
did some good ohsraoter work. A fair
sized audience witnessed tbe perform
We guarantee oar $1.00 kid gloves.
Mbakh & Haoeit.
News and gossip of interest to musicians
iu ma weive-page Saturday tribune.
Bill books, memorandums, time books
and blank books, in stock or mad to or
der. Phatt's Book Btokm.
Ibe Common Council's Majority Was Against
WANTED THE MAYOR CRITICISED
For Hig Action in Renewing a Fran
chiseThe Common Bod Shows
an Antagonism to an Increased Po
lice Force Committee Will Investi
gate an Old Bill for Detective Ser
vicesDetails of a,Lengthy Meeting.
Last night's meeting of common
council was marked by a deloge of
busioess whieh lasted nntil 10.80
o'elock, and a heated dlsenssion of
Mayor ConneUt letter recalling his
action in revoking a South Side fran
chise of tbe Sorantoa Traction com
pany. The absentees were members
Golden, Morris, Robinson, Davies and
Mr. floone presented a resolution
bearing npoa the mayor's renewing a
South Side franchise of the Traction
company after it bad been revoked by
councils. Tbe resolution in substance
stated that tbe mayor's action bad
been made known to councils only by
the press; that common council pro
tested against bis action; that,
even though his coarse was
lawful, he sbonld haveext ended
connoils tbe courtesy of inform
ing them of bis intention. Mr. Noone
moved tbn adoption of the resolution,
mr. KODatnan s amendment that tbe
resolution be referred to the judiciary
committee was carried as follows)
Ayes Thomas, Robathan, Godfrey,
Moir. Wenzel. Sweenev. Nealis. Boh art L
Williams, Battle, Norton.
Nays Grier. Regan. McLean. Howe.
THOSE DETECTIVE BILLS.
The auditing committee presented
wlthont recommendation a detective
bill for $150, accompanied by a written
opinion of the city solicitor that coun
cils had the same right to ratify and to
autbonza such expenditures whether
or not tbe name of the detective was
withheld. A motion was made by Mr.
Robathan and seconded by Mr, Godfrey
that tbe bill be pal I. Mr. McLean
contended that innsmnoh as - tbe
bill was for expenses during
a searsh for an absconding tax collec
tor, the bill should be paid by his
bondsmen. Mr. Battles amendment
that the bill be referred to the judic
iary committee prevailed.
ine report of tbe joint committee
specially appointed to investigate the
tfrabie charges was accepted, follow
ing is an extract of tbe report.
We are of tbe nnanimous opinion that
Mr. Frable in making an effort to impress
upon the board of trade the extent of his
knowledge of municipal matters, simply
exposel bis ignorance; that his statement
of the corrupt practices of the Soutb Side
or other councilman cannot be verified;
that be lacked tbe manbood to appear be
fore yonr committee to verify or retract
tbe vaporings which are attributed to him;
that we consider his knowledge of munici
pal matters very limited and what he said
was not for the purpose of promoting tbe
AGAINST PARK POLICEMEN.
A communication from tbe mayor,
and an accompanying resolution passed
in select council that two policemen
be engaged to patrol Nay Aug park
the balanoe of the year was referred to
the park committee on the strength of
a sentiment against tbe increase
evinced by the remtrks of Members
Moir, MoLean, Battle and Sweeney.
Seleot conncil ordinances were re
ferred to committee as follows: Creat
ing Sewer district No. 21, providing
lor ine extending of Wyoming ave
nue. Select conncil ordinances passed
first and sssnnd realingi as follows:
Providing for C-foot fhgstone side
walks on Academy street, Hyde Park
avenus and South Main avenue; provid
ing for 5-foot fligstone walks, curbs
and gutters on North Main avenue.
Common conncil ordinances amended
in select couucil posed first and sec
ond readings providing for stone side
walks on Uonssy avenue and Fellows
Ordinances providing for the pur
chase of a lot for Cumberland hose
house and providing for the establish
ing of grades of Sixth ward streets,
Dsssed first and second readings. Ord
inances providing for sidewalks on
Monroe avenue between Gibson and
Myrtle streets, and for electric lights
on Von Storsh avenue at Green Ridge
una Marion streets, passe 1 third and
Tbe recommendation of tbe streets
and bridges committee that the road
way of Pine street be narrowed to 84
feet and the sidewalks widened to 13
feet at no expense to the city, wus
REPAIRS OP PROVIDENCE ROAD.
Mr. Moir asked for the passage of the
ordinance providing that repairs to the
Providenc andAblngton tnrnplke be
made under tbe supervision of tbe
street commissioner and that $1,000 for
the purpose be appropriated from the
viaduct fund. Mr, Robathan urged
that the matter be postponed, as West
Side citizens are workiug toward the
cnlmination of the vladnot movement,
which would be deprived of $1,000 - if
the ordinance passed. . His motion pre
vailed to postpone the ordinance indefi
nitely. Adjournment was made nntil next
London and its oddities described in
captivating fashion by Mi s Sadie Kaiser.
See the twelve-page Saturday Tribune.
MR. ROBATHAN'S IMPRESSIONS.
Cleverly Written Inoldente of a Bum
mer's Vacation In Walts.
Tee Tribune next Monday will con
tain an article from E. E. Robathan
descriptive of his Impressions of Eng
land and Wales. Mr. Robathan writes
most entertainingly of insi dents and
suggestions encountered daring his
summer's vacation in the old country,
and bis contribntion will be read with
The Tribune tomorrow will oonsist
of twelve pages, well filled with ad
mirable special features of live local
interest. It costs ns donble money to
publish snob a Saturday paper; but our
readers get the benefit of it without ex
WILL MEET IN SCRANTON.
Tbe Oran4 Dlstrlot Lodge of Odd Fallows
The Grand District lodge of the
Grand United Order of Odd Fellows
completed its labors at Reading, Wed
nesday, and deolded to hold Its next
moating in this city. The following
officers were elected:
Dlstrlot grand mister, Charles M.
Nicholson, of Philadelphia; dlstrlot
deputy grand master, E. B. Dam by, of
Williamsportj district grand secretary,
Joseph M. Stafford, of Marts' ta; dls
trlot grand treaanrer, John Warren, el
West Chester; dlstrlot grand chaplain.
Rev. R. H Patterson, of Harrlsbnrg;
district grand warden, B, Q Body, of
Philadelphia; district grand gaardia-i.
J. P. King, of Scranton; district graud
marsUMl. Alex William, of Newton:
executive eommittee, William H. Still.
of Reading. Frank J. Jones and I, P.
Comble, of Philadelphia.
ine following committee on by-laws
to report at tbe next session was ap
pointed: J. B Matthews, & J. Gib
son, Charles M. Brown, Robert Still,
U of Philadelphia, and J. B. F. Curry,
Tbe Saturday Tribu he is a double
number, costing us double money, but it
costs you just the same as ever. It will
SCRANTON ORATORIO SOCIETY.
Organlaid Last Evening and Will Com.
menoe Work Immediately.
The Scranton Oratorio society was
organised last night at a meeting held
at the armory on Adams avenue.
The audlenoe was a representative
one but owing to other engagements
the majority of subscribers, who al
ready number over seventv, were un
able to attend. Professor Lindsay ex
plained tbe plan of organlzt
tion in which he said that bis
endeavor would be to imitate the
Handel-Haydn society, of Boston,
although he could not expect to enrol
so large a nnmber of members. Honor
ary or non-smglng members would pay
an annnal subscription of $12 and be
entitled to two tickets to eaon perform
On tbe motion of Dr. Leete it was
decided that the meeting formally
pledge itself to assist Professor Llni
ay and assure bim of their support.
Tbe meeting was adjournal to meet at
tbe professor's residence, 822 Mulberry
street, on Tuesday at 8 p. m. All those
present signed the roll of membership.
Dr. Haggerty, George Kerl, Michael
Keeley and William Connor Have
Smoked the Pipe of Peace.
At 2.80 yesterday afternoon acoun
oil of war whs held in a parlor of tbe
Conway bouse and it resulted in a gen
eral handshaking between Dr. William
Haggerty, George Kerl, Michael Kee
ley and William Connor.
Wednesday while the tight was still
on George Kerl went before Alderman
Fuller and had a warrant issued against
Michael Keeley for maintaining a
gambling house. Keeley furnished
bail for his appearance at court and
waived a bearing. A recapitulation of
how the bitterness stood is as follows:
Dr. Haggerty bad a case against George
Kerl for aggravated assault and bat
tery, and against Hotelkeeper P. J.
Conway for selling liquor on Snnday.
Kerl bad two cases against Keeley,
one for running a gambling house and
another for obtaining money under
false pretenses. William Connor also
had a case against Keely for obtaining
money under fnlse pretense.
All this trouble sprung from a race
recently run at Brighton Beach in
which Virago, a 50 to 1 shot won, and
on which Kerl and Connor had placed
their money. Tbe pool room managers
asierted there was something crooked
in tbe race, refused to cash tbe tickets,
and thereby bangs tbe tale.
The pow-wow yesterday at the Con
way House ended like a love story.
Everybody was sorry for the past, all
tbe suits were withdrawn and tbe con
ference dispersed amid a shower of
smiles and assurances of good will.
Dramatic topics readably discussed in
ine twelve-page Saturday iribunk.
Fine line of Gent's famishing goods at
Mears & Haukn's.
Mies Hardenberg-n'a Pianoforte Echool
Re-opoug Monday. Sect. 17. A thoroochlv
high grade school for the study of the
piano-lorte, theory, harmony, musical his
tory and analysis; in tbe famotiB Mason
system of technic?, Virgil Practice Clavier
ana the mguer arc or. musical interpreta
tion. A special training course for teachers.
4S7 Wyoming avenue.
Oxford. Bagster, International and
ramuy tsioies. r ratt's book store. "
After weathering the tight money
times so long, (J. w. Freeman, jeweler,
was compelled to suspend yesterday after
noon. A notice on the door atstes that
the store will bs closed till farther no
News and gossip of interest to musicians
in tbe twelve-page Saturday Tribcns.
End to the Farvlsw Season.
The Farview seasoa is at an end. Yes
terday tbe last excursion party occupied
the grounds. It was composed of the
choir of the Wilkes-Barre Memorial
church and their frlenas, numbering about
200, who enjoyed the keen mountain air to
tbe iullejt extent. (Jarbondale Leader.
London and its oddities described in
captivating fashion by Miss Sadie Kaiser.
bee tbe twei re-page Saturday Tribune.
A large line of new books and novels at
naif price. Pratt's Book Store.
The $40,000 School House
for Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced immediately. There are
stiu a lew lots lert at a low price.
Office, Theater Li-bby,
Coursen's Triple Bland Java.....34o. lb.
Coursen'8 Handehl Ing Java 40c lb,
Coursen's J pan end Oolong Tea, 50o. lb,
Courseo's Print Butter.
Coursen's Family Soap.... 43.75 box
Coirsen's Olleneand Borax Soap,$3.75 "
Coursen's Queen Flour $3.50 bb'..
than offered elsewhere. Why
pay large prices to small dealers!
You buy direct (no middle-men)
If you buy of
E. G. COURSEN,
429 Lacka. Ave.
at lowest rates and shortest notice done by
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
Tblnks That 111 Offenders Against the Law
Should Be Treated the Same.
HIS CHARGES AGAINST LDKENS
Says the Latter Conducts a Hole-in-
the-Wall Police Officer Rodham
Confirms the Accusation Charge
He Made on the Police Blotter Con
cerning a Recent Assault That Oc
curred in the House.
There is trouble among the unli
censed liquor dispensers of Lloyd
street. North End. becansa of tbe ac
tion of Constable Bdruard Davis in re
turning Albert Bnrta for selling liquor
without a lioense.
Burta is minus an arm and an eye,
and says It is impossible for bim to do
any kind of manual labor. He is not
complaining that the return Constable
Davis made to court regarding him is
an in justice, but he does declare most
emphatically that all offenders should
De treated alike.
John Luken. be says, runs a "hole in
the wall" close by and although it is
a notorious fact that an illicit business
is being conducted there, he is not
Burta believes this is soon discrim
ination against him as warranto the
severest condemnation. He charges
that he was returned to conrt at the
instigation of a North End liquor
dealer whom he refused to patronize.
Luken s place is well known to tbe
police. On S)Dt. 7 John Lososke was
Injured in the place by being struck on
tbe bead with a glass bv D rank Krich
while both men were in an intoxicated
condition. Krich was arrested by
Police Officer Rodham, who made the
following entry on tbe police blotter
witn regard to tbe case:
''They were drinking in John Luken 8
on Lloyd street which is a damnable
resort for such characters. He is sell
ing without a license aud I suppose
gives inducements to draw trade."
When tbe esse was called in poliee
court the next day tbe injured man re
fused to prosecute his assailant who es
caped with a $'-2 fine.
Luken beeme alarmed when tbe man
was arrested in his house whioh may
account for the haste displayed iu set
tling the case out of court.
Here is a case that calls for investi
gation from tbe constable of the Sacond
ward. Polioe officers are acquainted
with the charaoter of Luken'a house,
and Bnrta alleges that he has positive
knowledge of tbn illicit character of
the business that Luken conducts.
All parts of the city are filled with
these "holes-in-the-wall," and many of
them conduct business in the most
orazsn manner. This is particularly
true of the Soutb Side.
KORLL'S ARM AMPUTATED.
a Dangerous Condition at Lacka
Peter Korll. who met with an acci
dent at tbe Green Ridge glass works on
Tnesday, had bis arm amputated at
the Lackawanna hospital yesterday.
fi.oru is very seriously hurt, but hopes
are entertained of his ultimate recov
ery, although his situation at present
is very precarious.
Of Bailees and Shorthand.
The best business since the college was
Both sessions largely attended.
This year a large number of people find
It inconvenient to pav for the scholarshiD
on entering. The management has set
aside a fund of 15,000 to accommodate
those wbo wish to pay on the instalment
Persons interested are invited to calL
F. E. Wood, Principal.
So Not Miss Them.
The Transaction of a Savage" is a
powercni enai story oy tne new literary
lavorite, Gilbert Parker. Its publication
will be begun in the twelve-Dane Satur.
day Tribune aud continued daily until its
concintion. uo not miss the opening
A 11.00 Gent's white shirt made from Utica
Nonpariel matlin and 2,000 linnen for only
OVC. JUKARS OC HAQKN. '
Hiss Catherine W. Parker,
Teacher of elocution and Dhvsical enires
sion. Those desiring to Dursne a stndv of
Shakespeare daring the winter months
can begin Oct 1. At home, 121 Adams
avenue, aiternoons rrom ' nntil 4.
Gentlemen's Driving clnb races Satur
dav, 2 o'clock p. m.
Root! and picture mouldings, wall and
ceiling decorations, in water colors and
linspar relief. Something new.
Pratt's finnir Rtorb
Buy one of
. THE JEWELER,
417 Lacka. Avenue.
Best Sets of Teeth, $8.00
Including the painless extracting
of teeth by an entirety new pro-
S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
135 WXOMIMO AVJB.
I CREAM CITY I
ffltL 1,4. i-k --rji
I FLOUR BIN AND SIFTER 1
5 H.Battin&Co. r
S 1-0 PKNN AVKNUE. B
Just Received on Import
SPECIAL NO. 1 A Japanese Tea
Pot, worth in a regular way
50c. or more, we shall soil while
they last at 29c
SPECIAL NO. 2-A China Dec-
orated Plate, that poes ahead
of anything we have ever of
fered before, at 10 Better
than is sold elsewhere at 25c.
. You will find those two items
on tables in center of store.
C. S. W00LW0RTH,
319 Lacka. Ave
GREEN AND GOLD STORE PRO NT.
Different styles iu
The newest things and all
Come early and have your
138 Wyoming Ave.
Next to Dime Bnulr.
Look over your Furs and
see that they are all right
before the cold weather sets
iu. Have them repaired by
a Furrier. J. BOLZ.
a jstr r XT tr m si-
6 TO 8 AT -8K
TO IV AT
12 TO 2 AT -
Are the sizes and prices on a line of Children's School
Shoes, not ordinary common shoes, but an extra good
Dongola Calf Skin Shoe; spring heeled, lace or button;
every pair warranted.
It will pay you to buy your Shoes at
All the latest novelties in FALL FOOTWEAR.
Early Fall Styles in Millinery, Cloaks,
Mens Hats, Neckwear, etc.
General agents for. Dr. Jaeger's Woolen
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
128 Wyoming Ave.
A FRENCH COUTEL
On exhibition In our window- SEI
UfttMIRC WW IN BAT
For Fall Wear
305 Lackawanna Ave.
We are now
prepared to do
our new build
COME AND SEE US
CONCERNING THE PRINTING
YOU NEED SOON.
We can please your taste and
vants. Out an estimate.
The Scranton Trite Job Depl
Hats, Caps, Jack