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TII12 SCRANTON THIBUNE TUESDAY HORNING, SEFfEMBER U5, 1894.
Idoes better work.
kthan a heaping
120 Wyoming Avenue
Ladies', Gents' and
' In White or Natural
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mears & Hagen
415 Lacka. Ave.
If you want
Wall Paper or Window
Shades, come to us. .
We have a full line of
poods, and our prices are
127 Wyoming Ave.
Green Ridge Gnu club shoot at Ball Park
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Thurs
day, 2 p. m.
Tbe sale of seats for "The Great Brook
lyn HandicHD" opns at tbe Academy of
JIusio box office this morning.
Tbe Mendelssohn Glee club serenaded
Judge R. W. Archbald last evening at
his residence, and he accorded the singers a
George Wilson, Daniel McCarty. Richard
Kelly, Michael Noonan and John Smith
were yesterday committed to the county
ll In default of fines imposed for drunk
enness. Mayor nonnell will inspect theeity po
lice force 1 .day between 1-' and 1 o'clock.
The force will be nnder the direction of
Jhief Simpson. The annual inspection of
vhe officer will not be held for a few
weeks nntil tbe winter nniforms are
Monaghan & Kane, of the palace barber
shop, No. 234 Lackawanna avenue, dis
solved partnership yesterday, Mr. Mon
golian purchasing Mr. Kane's interest in
the business. Mr. Monoghan's health,
which has been delinte for some months
past, has so far Improved that he will
hereafter be able to give the business his
personal attention and he will In person
welcome all friends and guests at his ton
"Red Riding Hood" will be played to
night at the"African Methodist Epis
copal church for .the benefit of the pastor,
Rev. C. A. McGee, who leaves for con
fereoce next week i onday. The cast of
characters are as follows: Queen, Mrs.
Charles Plater; ' wnlf, Master Charles
Johnson; mother, Miss Etelle Howard;
Red Riding Hood, Miss C. P. Foster;
pianists, Mrs. L. . Morton and Misi
Howard. Refreshments will be served by
the ladies. Admission, 25 eents. Mrs. C.
A. McGee and L. E. Morton directors.
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Thurs
day, 2 p. m.
Pabht's Milwaukee Beer, cool and
u.blt.i. T 1 . I Cl . .
Y. M. C A. tVENiriS STUDIES.
Oommlttas Frspand Course at a Msstlng
The educational committee of tbe
Young Men Christian association.
consisting of T. J. Foster, V. H. Basil
and II. W. Rowley met at the Yonna
Men's Christian association rooms last
night and decided upon tbe following
English branches and business course
Arithmetic grammar, reading, spell
log. letter writing, penmanship, book
keeping, history, stenography.
Manual training Mechanical draw.
Ing, trobitectural drawing, free hand
drawing, experimental mechanics,
bench work in wooa.
Miscellaneous Vocal music, eoosll
It Is desired by tbe management that
all who Intend entering tbe Young
Men's Cbriatian association evening
school should apply if possible before
Thursday evenlug, so as to facilitate
the work of tbe committee In providing
for the accommodation of students.
CUsrsl'i Opsnlnf SoelaL
Tnu.. am in a. Ofltnhnr 9. Now re
ceiving applications tor different classes at
omoe iroin i untu o
J. Frank Sieuku
There Will be a grand openlog of the
Misses Jenkins ft Morris, milliners, at 406
Spruce street,' on Thursday, Friday and
Tbe Vespers Hake Municipal Reform a Plank
In Their Platform.
CORRUPTION IS DENOUNCED
Ex-Councilman Browning is Elo
quentWants City to Purchase
Water and Electric Plant-A Pleas
ant Reunion and Excellent Speeches.
Scranton's Embryo Rulers in Dis
cussion Pleasant Recollections.
Some of the Other Speakers.
The Vesper Literary association of
Scranton held its fonrteentb annual
re union in the Penn Avenue Baptist
ohurch parlors last evening.
The committee of arraagements con
sisting of F. M. Koehler, chairman;
W. h. bohtinnff. secretarr: J. W.
Browning, E. 8 Williams, Professor
L. A. Lange and C. F. Pross earried
out the details of the evening to per
fection. Luther Keller bavlnc invoked the
Divine blessing on tbe repast tbe large
company sat down to an excellent ban
quet of choice and varied artloles
whlou tastefully deoorated two largo
tables ruining the length of the large
A lengthy toast list was afterwards
followed up commencing with tbe re
marks of President H. A. Smith who
spoke upon a quotation from Milton
"lo know that which before ns lies in
daily life is the prime wisdom" and
gave a learned dissertation upon tbe
duty of everv man imparting words of
wisdom when be was able for the ad
vancement of bis fellow beings. Their
Vesper society had prodnoed men of
whose record they were proud and
who were carrying out this command.
REMARKS BY PROFESSOR LANGE.
Professor Lange, the toastmaster, in
a felieitous speech referred to the good
wbieb tbe vespers bad aoeomplisbed
in their community and gave several
bumorousillnstriktions of a "reformer,"
which were appropriate, as he was fol
lowed by ez-Couucllman J. W. Brown
ing, "oslebrated of poll-tax ordinance,
who gave a comprehensive address
npon "Municipal Reform," and in re
ferring to tbe Utm "Vesper lights." so
often quoted during the evening, sug
gested that tbe lights sbonld shine in
Scranton upon the street car system.
Witn regard to taxation be asked
why sbonld the owner of a house and
lot pay five or six times more taxes
than - tbe gigantlo railway concerns
paid on tbe same amonnt of property.
Street sweepings in other cities brought
sufficient revenue to pay the cost of
cleaning tbe streets. Tbe care
of tbe poor required more con
"ideration and there was suf
ficient room for improvement ip
the poor law sytem of Scranton. The
Hillside home was referred to as tbe
splendid big white elephant on the
mllside. Oar city water and eleetrlo
light supplies should be seeored by the
city and not be controlled by the pres
ent owners, and the result would bo
that the water would be supplied at
one-third the cost
They, however, had not "sand"
enough to carry this out. They want
ed young men of courage and energy
to remove this combination of private
interest and bring tbe city back to
A. A. V osb tug was absent and in his
stead Walter Frank discussed "Ves
pers Externally," and was followed by
vv. i aenimpff, who made a humorous
speech on "College Life."
ONLY CHARTER MEMBERS PRESENT.
John Bjuore Bpoke .upon the "Ves
pers Internally," and incidentally re
ferred to tbe fact that be was the only
charter member of fourteen yenrs ago
presnt that evening- One of tbe ex
cellent speeches of tbe evening was
delivered by E. S. Williams npon
'Recollections. Mr. Williams was
enthusiastically greeted when his oan
didacy as reoorder of deeds on the
Prohibition ticket was mentioned. In
a fluent speech sparkling with live
anecdotes be kept bis audience in a
continual state of merriment. Ilia re
miniscences cf tbe early days of the
association were exceedingly well told
and enthusiastically received.
Attorney II. C. Reynolds gwo "The
Vespers Fraternally," Nelson Baily,
"The Vypers Slsternally," and C. F.
Pross. the "Vespers Eternally." S. V.
Hall, of Green Ridge was present as the
old teacher of several of the Vespers
MltS. GOLDEN DEFIANT
Would Not Allow City Workmen to
Encroach on Her Husband'
A woman unaided held at bay and
finally put to ront a force of masons
and laborers who attempted yesterday
to bnild a sewer basin near her bus-
band's property on Railroad avenue,
between Luzerne and fourth streets.
When the workmen reaobed the
basin pit and were preparing to begin
tbe masonry work Mrs Uoluen or
dered them away, alleging that tbe
operations enoroacbed upou her bos
band's property. The force informed
tne woman that their work mutt be
performed nllly or willy. Mis. Golden
without further ado sprang tnto tbe
excavation and said it would be over
her dead body that any hireling of the
olty eouid enter. Arguments and per
snasive tactics only Increased Mrs.
Golclen'a aggressive attitude and
rather than resort to strong measures
tbe workmen gathered their tools and
came to the mnnloipal building for in
A policeman accompanied the men
bsck to Railroad avenue, and, after
admonishing the irate woman against
Interference under penalty of arrest,
the work went on uninterruptedly,
The circumstance created not a little
exoitement in the vioinity.
If. A. Frlrdlander & Co,
Will have their fine millinery opening
Thursduy, sept. 37.
SCHIEVERA AFTER THE MASSES.
Ii Anxious to Gst to Work with the
Cltr's Poorsr Population.
Evangelist Scbievera again addressed
a large audience in the Gospel tent lsst
evening and made another spirited aa
dress, in which be so energetically at
tempts to preach direotly to the masses
This Is the evangelist's strong point,
and through his long and valuablo
unristmn-Uke life this characteristic
has always been predominant. A'
times be has been found praying in the
gutter with street arabs, drunken char
acters, dissolute wretches and tbe low
est senrn of onr large cities ; and seldom
does Ferdinand Scbievera pray wilb
mrm in vain. ' 1
He has fought against the prlooe of
darkness in his own strongholds and
against mighty odds, even risking not
only bis health, but his life, par
ticularly upon oce occasion when an
irate saloon keeper discharged a pistol
at him, whW!) atUmpt was luckily
thwarted by a parson standing by who
grasped the would-be-murderer's arm
and direoted the shot in another direc
tion. Many other soenes hive oc
curred which show tbe irresistible
fascination the dregs of humanity
have for bchievi-ra.
lie Is eztremxly anxious to carry this
work on iu our city and tiers is ample
scope for bis great talent and wonder
ful aptitude and It behooves tbe
cuarou.es of the elty generally, to give
him every opportunity possible of
reaching tbe people in question with a
view to use bis great abilities in per-
soadiug them to jin some of the
numerous churches of tbe city.
At tho Theaters.
The coincidental appearance of Louis
James and Marie Wainwright in rival
play houses last night lent nn
element of Intersel to tbe siz4
of both audiences not often
felt by the average theater goer. In
point of numbers, the audiences, as
nearly as eonld be judged by a casual
estimate, were pretty nearly equal. In
intellectual quality, It is possible that
tbe Warde-James performance drew
most heavily; bnt both audiences were
distinctively fashionable, and eaou
seemed to be well ploased.
At the Academy Miss Wainwright
presented what the play bill termed an
original play in four aots, entitled
'Daughters of hive. It was original
in treatment rather than in conception.
Tbe fundamental theme, that of twin
sisters, one good, the other errant, is
trite. Tbe originality of the play pre
sumably manifested itself in the climax
of tbe fonrtb act, when in an impossi
ble and preposterous scene only tbe
superb emotional acting of Miss Wain
wright preserves tbe play iroin a quick
transition into bathos and anti-oliusax.
In brief, Rose Wyeberly and Rood
Daintrv are twl ns. Ross is tbe good
sister, Rhode the bad. Rase, who lives
with a wbimsioal father, is betrothed
to Robert Hawthorne, to whom she
gives a portrait. Hawthorne is chaffed
by reprobate companions until ue
shows this portrait wblcb one fust com
panion, Lord Talbot, thinks is the pic
ture of Rhoda and applies to It offen
From this point to a break between
the lovers and a transition into tne
gay but artificial world of London
Bohemia is a mere step, e.isily tra
versed by playwrights and audiences.
Miss Wainwright assumes tbe charac
ters of both sitter, appearing one
moment as the pnre woman and tbe
next as tho bantering yet suffering
woman of tbe world. The play gives
only one other player a purt, that as
sumed by Nathaniel Httrtwig
as Robert Hawthorne, and be meets
requirements with a special strength
in tbe culminating scene in Rhode's
sbamber, where, in a transport of an
guish, bstlld love, passion and remorse,
tbe sinful sister chloroforms, but dos
not kill, her sister's future husband,
Iu these critical soenes Miss Wain-
wright's acting rose to grand and at
times tragic heights. But tbe whole
culmination of tbe play and maah of
its tenor are of a kind ridiculous wben
considered calmly and far from whole
some, despite frequent quotations of
Scripture and free demaud upon tbe
t T t
Frederick Warde and Louis James
gave a presentation of ''Julius Craiar"
at the Frothinghara lost night that
evoked the warmest applause. At the
conclusion of the soene at tbe
tent of Brutus between himself
and Cassias, the curtain bad to be
raised several times, but tbe
audienoe would not be satisfied with
this, but compelled Mr. Warde and Mr.
James to come before the enrtain.
Gny Lindsay, Maro Anthony, also re
ceived nnstinted applanse after his
speech to the populace from tbe
Mr. James' impersonation of the
honest, open obaracter of Urutns was
a splendid bit of acting and Mr. Warde
as the irritable and conspiring Cassias
displayed tbe finish aud naturalness
that needs not to tear passion to tatters
to evoke a olimax. Tbe changing ex
pression of bis face and twltotilng of
bis hands bespoke plainer tbau tbe
londest of words the contending pas
sions that transformed the man.
Ony Lindsay is a promising young
acter but bis work as Maro Anthony
last night was not entirely satisfactory,
He smiles too much and too often and
marred some of hi most effective scenes
by Introducing melodrasuatio effeots.
Tbe company tbrongbout was evenly
balanced and tbe performance will
rank as one of tbe best presentations of
Shakespearean tragedy seen In Scranton
of resent years.
Barney FergusonwlU be at tbe Acad
emy of Mnsio this evening in his new
play, "Duffy's Blunders. It is just
tbe kina or a aaruinm Mr. uerguson
needs to bring out in strong relief bis
capabilities as a fun maker. In bis
company are tbe Stewart sisters, who
made suob a aeoiaea bit in tbe "Jfass
t t t
One of tbe brightest theatrical hap
nenings this oity will know this season
will be tbe appearance on Wednesday
of Miss Pauline Hall, at tbe Aoid
emy of Mnsio surrounded by singers
of artistio merit, in an elabor
ate nrodnctiou of Paulton's ODeratio
comedy, "Doroas," A significant feature
of Miss Hall s supporting company is
the personal oharin and fitness of the
singers in whatever roies tuey assume,
It is said that in no opera that they
have appeared in Is this more agresably
evident than in "Dorcas." The opera
will be staged la that lavish manner so
characteristic of Miss Hall's manage
t t t
At the Aoademy of Mnsio on Thurs
day evening a new rselng drama
called "Tbe Great Brooklyn Handicap"
will be produced with all of its grand
soenes and mecnanieai eueots, melon
Ing tbe great race track scene. The
Philadalpbia Evening Star says the
following about tbe company; "As
the hero, Ralf Stuart, RaV a conscien
tious performance. Miss Belle iiarrou
interpreted tbe part of tbe adventuress
with success, and Miss Katberloe Ro
land showed a proper conception of the
role of Eleanor Willard.
T t t
The Frothlngbam bas for its attrao
tlon next Thursday evening a big bur
lesque company called tbe London
Sports uranu uxiravagans company
composed oi many oomeaians, special
ties, singing and dancing, Paris gaiety
girls, eta Thirty people in all em
brace tbe membership of Mr, Rush's
organization, who give an up to date
evenings entertainment, elegantly
oostumed, eta Sale of. seat begins
Tuesday at the box omo9 a. ra.
' Tbe Daziler," which will be teen
at tbe Academy of Musle Friday
night, is full of novelty this season
The play has not msrely been altered
and freshened up a bit, but has really
been re-written, and now has a story,
plot and situations that are brimful of
comedy. Tbe musio is also new and
of that bright, catohy order so much
favored by tbe patrons or rroe comely,
and the company, including, as it does,
Florrte West, Charlie Wayne, Lueua
Wagner, Mason and Ralston, the Da
wit t sisters, Billie West, Grace Rotter
and a doz -n other clever people and
pretty girls, is certainly the best that
has ever been seen iu the pleoe.
T t t
Frldsy night 'The Burglar" will be
given at the Frothlngbam. It is a
snlendld dramatto work and is pro-
dued by a fine company, Tbe sale of
seats will opan W-Mnesday at 9 a.m.
T T T
In ''The Amazons," whloh is to be
given at the Academy of Music, Moa-
day, Oat. 1, there is much playful sa
tire upon the extravagant passion for
athletio games and contests, both in
England and Amerios. Tne play win
be given will all the b, autlfnl scenery
that sailed forth so much praise during
its long run in New York. "The
Amazons is under the management of
Bloodshed In a Quarrel Over Cards
at Archbald One Man Dead,
the Other Dying.
To the already long list of serious
crimes committed at the "Ridge,"
near Archbald, tbe red-handed crime
of pxrbtips a double murder was added
on Sunday morning.
Sunday morning a rough crowd of
Poles and Slavs that bad been drinking
all night in a place kept by a man
named Mayk Rustoski, engaged in an
altercation over a gams of cards. A
free fight followed.
Sylvester Rustoski, a brother of the
proprietor, marched to tbe ontside of
tne saloon, armed with a base ball bat.
Joseph Elucz was nearest to bim and
received a terrible blow on tbe head
from the blndgeon, fracturing the
skull. After Kluez fell from the force
of the blow Ruatoeki kept battering his
head and face uutil he bad reduced it
to almost a jlly.
1 be proprietor, cousin of tbe assail
ant of Klncz, was in possession of a
double barreled shot gun and he fired
one of the charges into the right side of
The latter, unmindful of the load of
buckshot in bis side, kept raining a
fnsilade of stones against Rustowskl,
who fired the contents of the other
barrel at the right arm of Biddo. the
shot taking effect in the wrist and dis
Klucz and Hiddo having been com
pletely overpowered and left prostrate
on tbe ground in an unconscious con
dition, tbe Rastoskls went inside,
Their bouss was a wreck from the
shower of stones sent iu through tbe
windows and doors.
Friends carried the men to the saloon
of Andrew Degnatis, where Klucz died
a half hour later. Reports from there
received at an early hour this morning
stated that Biddo's life was rapidly
ebbing away and his death is hourly
Coroner. Kelly went to the soene yes
terday afternoon and empanelled the
following jury: Thomas Readington,
Andrew Howells, James Davis, James
Frame, John H. Sampson and John
Laive. The testimony of several wit
nesses who saw the murder was beard
aud the jury found a verdict that
Klncz came to bis death from a frao
tured skull, inflicted with a club in
the bauds of Sylvester Rustaskl.
Klucz is an unmarried man 30 years
of age and bad lived at tbe Ridge but
six months. Constable Morris, of
Peckville, arrested the murderer yes
terday morning at a o'clock in th
Sturges mines of the New York and
Scranton Coal company and brought
bim to the county lall.
Last evening Constable Doueher, of
Arehbald, arrived at th county prison
in charge of Mjk Rustoski. who in all
likelihood before tbe sun seta will also
be a murderer.
Work of the Y. W. 0. A.
Circulars are issued by tbe Y. W. C. A.
referring to tbe educational aud gymnastic
work of tbe coming season, rue gym
nasium ticket 13 to non-members and ft!
to members, entitling boluer to one lesson
a week for seven months. Entirely new
work will be given by Miss bhtrdlow in
clubs, dumb bells, etc. Iu the educational
department Instructions will be given in
rnetorlc, pnystology, grammar, sewing,
chart-cuttiue, Qerman. Chautauqua
circle and chorus singing classes will also
commence early lu uctuour.
Call and see our fall styles of wing
tippei shoes, in calf, russett. patent leatner
ana pig skin, uommonweaitn noe store,
T)i... Ti.i 1 1 Ka a n.an nn.ntnn f li n
Misses Jeuklns & Morris, milliners, at 406
Hprnce street, on Thursday, Friday and
Sr. 0. C. Laubsoh
Is going to Chicago where be will attend
Dr. HsbKbII's fct untannte Dental ecttool
during tbe month of October. Tbe doctor
is noted tor bis "up to date" methods and
desires to deep astride with the times anl
give bis patients tbe benetlt or Ills experi
ence. The orphans' cocrt sale of the real estate
of Tbomaa Cf Smith, deceased, consisting
of a hoa-e and lot and vacant lot, Monroe
avenue, and vacant lot, and bouse, barn
and lot, JUadlson avenue, jNlntu ward,
stands adjourned until Wednesday.Beptera
Per m. at 1 o'clook. a. m.. at tne arbitra
tion room, court bouse, for want of bid
All mkmiiers of the Scranton Book and
Laddor company will meet at tbe truck
house today at 1 p. m. iu uniform.
By order of tbe foreman,
A. (J. Hsnni.
Gentlemen's Driving club races Thurs
day, 8 o'clock p. m.
We can offer many induce
ments to hotels, clubs and
individuals who are now pay
ing fancy prices. Our
"El Candlllo" at 100 per thousand,
"Banta Vivia" at 100 per thousaud,
are belter than the average $75
"White Seal," U Havana, at HO per thou
"Coursen's Scranton," Havana, at $28 per
"Coursen's Rosebud," all Havana, at $40
Large line imported. All the
leading brands Key West Write
for trial order. One thousand as
sorted at above price.
E G. COURSEH,
Wholesale and BetalL
ntertalnment Tendered the Monhegans, of
Hlddlet;vn, N. Y.
THE CITY ALMOST OWNED BY THEM
Hearty Welcome Has Been Accorded
the Visitors and the Festivities In
cident to the Parade Make This
Almost a General Holiday Police
Will Participate in the Pageant,
Which Promises to Be Impressive
and Large Features of the Affair.
This will be fireman's day. and what
with brass bands, parade, - good fellow
ship, varl-oolored badges, fligs, tbe
veterans picnic, visiting guests, stran
gers aud a thousand and one other
things, the day should be a glorious
one. In past years the ocossion has
developed into almost a local holiday,
and today promises to be no excep
tion te the rule.
It all began yesterday with the ar
rival of the Monhegan Hose company,
of MtddUtown, N. Y., accompanied by
a large number of gnoets, who rep
resent the best business element of
their eity, Tuls aggregation in its en
tirety is exceeding firemanisb; they
have with them a dog, a magnlfloent
and stately greyhound, a parade car
riage, several colored attendants, and
as outer covering wear linen dusters
and white duck yachting caps, la all,
tbe ynnmber considerably over 100 and
will be tbe only visiting company.
ARRIVAL IN THE CITY.
The Monhegans arrived at 4:20
o'clock yesterday afternoon over tbe
Ontario and Western road and were
joined in this city by the Lincoln Post
drum eorps, of Newark, N. J., an or
ganization of over thirty pieces wbich
is said to be one of tbe most perfeot of
its kind in tbe country. The visitors
were met at the depot by officials of
tbe fire department, tbe Crystal Hose
oompany of this city, who will enter
tain the Monhegans, tbe hre com
mittees of councils and tbe Germania
band. On arriving at the Crvstai hose
house Mayor Connell welcomed tbe
visitors and gave them the freedom of
They later established headquarters
at the i Westminster and after supper
made a trip to tbe mines and afterward
inspected the steel mills. Chief E.
Thorp, First Assistant C. Higbans
and Second Assistant D. Sohmltt, of
tbe Middletown fire department, ac
company the Monhegans, of which the
following are tbe officers: A. J. Horn-
beck, president; J. F. Baduer, vice
prident; C. B. Buckley, treasurer; G.
K. Wilkin, secretary; J. F. Koon,
foreman; K. W. Stiab, first assistant
foreman; W. D. Brewn, second assist
SOME OF THE VISITORS.
Following is a partial list of visiting
Middletown citizens: Mayor K. A.
Stansbury, ex Mayor J. E. Eisman,
Mr. Eisman and daughter, ex-Mayor
D.imel Bailey, Rev. Mr, Robinson,
chnplain; U. T. Hayes, E. Nullen,
William Millepaugh, T. N. Little, tia
hriel Tuttle, S. H. Bodine, W. J. Mao
Ilvane, Timothy Monoghan, Philip
Mitchell, William Seeholzer, D. C
Dnsenbary, William Bartle, W. T.
Bailey, of the Middletown Press; N.
L. Declor. of the Middletown Times;
Today a parade will begin at a o clock
and will pass over tbe line of maroh
already published in THE TRIBUNE. At
4.30 o'clock an Informal reception will
be held by Mayor Connell. city officials
and councilmen at tbe mnnloipal build
ing. The Monhagens will be banquet
ed at the Westminster by tbe Crystals
this evening. The picnic at Central
Park garden of tbe Volunteer Fire
men s association will be held during
tbe evening and will oiler nn enter
taining point of interest for many.
Between 12 and 1 o'clock the entire
police department, excepting only the
members necessary lor patrol duty, will
be inspected by the mayor at the mu
nicipal building. The formal and an
nual inspection, however, will not be
held until Oct, 10, when tbe depart
ment is t-qnipped for the winter. Fol
lowing today's inspection tbe force will
form in the firemen's parade, which will
include sixteen companies, from SOU to
600 members and the apparatus, bur
nished and attractively deoorated.
There will be a grand opening of the
Misses Jenaics & Morri.-, milliners, at 4U0
Spruce street, on Thursday, Friday and
Notwithstanding newspaper articles to
the contrary, Mr. Houthwortb Is still at
his studio, 228 Wyoming avenue, where he
will receive muslo pupils till lurtber no
Restful to tired toilers, bread made
from hllmuury's Kent '
I have just received a new line of
for Wedding Gifts. Step in and
see my new stock.
Best Sets of Teeth, $8.00
Including the painless extracting
or teeth oy an entirely new pro-
SrC. Snyder, D.D.S.
I ' A" Lackawanna .J
l 'I I'1 1 AT
Muslo Box Exclusively.
Beet made. Plav anv dMlrednnmhar f
tunes. Gnutscbi & Hons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
derful orrbestrial organs, only $5 and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
I Plumbing I
5 AND a
5 done by competent work- g
K wen! We make a specialty R
S of jobbing. You leave your S
order; we do the rest. B
I H. BATTIN & CO. I
E J20 PKX.V AVENUE. S
The above represents our "Dashboard"
Lantern, uned for night driving. We be
lieve it is tho best one on the market.
Our Price is 69c.
We also have tbe regular Tubular Lau-
tern at 45c latest improved.
Also Banging Wall Lamp3, with re
flectors, 3ic complete.
C. S. W00LW0RTH,
319 Lacka. Ave.
GREEN AND GOLD STORE FRONT.
do you dread Monday
washday! Can't blame you
much slop dirt confusion
heat enough to drive you
out into the street. Wouldn't
it be better to send your
whole family wash to us every
week! Special "POUND
RATES" to families. Write
for these terms.
Drop a postal our wagons will call promptly.
6 TO 8 AT
8 TO IV
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 noveltie3 in FALL FOOTWEAR.
-. -.- The latest fad in Stick
YO WHIGS Pins, plated and enam
eled, 7c. each.
Jjj, Go to the trouble of having your
IL Dresses made. Our Ready-made
lAf ' Gloves bought of us. We keep them in.
VV war repair free of charge.
BROWN'S' BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
N THESE TIMES
People want a irroat dual for thnlr money.
Tby require K"d tblngi at little exponae.
Thafs Just bow THE STANLEY COMBINA
TION came to be created. It's an outfit consisting-
of a DouWe-breted Cost, two tf)
pairs of pants, aud tbe latest style Btanley
cap of same mat rial to match. Also extra
Hut tons with each outfit. Tbi goods are of
stylish Ulrica, of a most excellent quality
especially adapted for service, aud we can
"'II you the WHOLE COM KIN Al ION a
cheap as you can buy the bare suit from
FOR SALE ONLY BY
Tou are all w elcome to examine
our handsome line of
Fars, Ladies' Tailor-made
Coats and Capes
Also, a beautiful line of
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
For these three days we offer a
100 Electric Seal
sweep, 2 3-4 yards;
the latest style, for
Have your Furs repaired by the
only practical furrier in the city.
138 Wyoming Ave.
OUR CORSET FITTER,
OF NEW YORK
Will remain until
Saturday of this week to
those who could not be fit.
128 Wyoming Ave.
cheaper and more stylish and
Made of Satin, all colors.
Elastic ends, very nobby;
they, look like one dollar.
25c. buys a pair.