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THE SCR ANTON" TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORN IN tf, OCTOBER 2, 1894.
" I am convinced Cleveland's is
the purest baking powder made,
and . I have adopted it exclusively
in my cooking schools and for daily
household use." Sarah T. Rorer,
Principal Philadelphia Cooking School.
'I prefer Cleveland's baking
powder to others because it is pure
and wholesome, it takes less for the
same baking. It never fails, and
bread and cake keep their fresh
ness and flavor." C. C. Bedford,
Principal Keui York Cooking School,
120 Wyoming Avenue
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.
Gentlemen's Driving C .ices Thurs
day, 2 p. m. . ,
. St Martin's Polish society, of Mayfleld,
applied to the court yesterday for a char
ter. The diagram for "Rosednle" opens this
morning at the Academy of Musio bos
The board of managers of the Florence
mission will meet this morning at 10
The competition for prizas will be com
pleted by the Green Ridge Gun club on
The Women's Christian Temperance Un
ion will meet at It rooms on Spruce street
this afternoon at 8.80.
A charter was yesterday granted by the
court to St. Peter's Greek Cathollo Bene
ficial society, of Taylor.
The Bale of seats for the Sandow engage
ment commence at 9 o'clock tbli morning
at the Frothingbam bos office.
A marriage license was granted yester
day to Charles Manstleld Dunham and Ella
L. Hummel, of Oneonta, N. Y.
Supper wilt be served in the . lecture
room of Elm Park church this evening at
8 o'clock. All are cordially invited.
In the matter of the assignment of John
L. L. Travtfs, time to show cause why the
assignee should be removed was esteuded
to Oct. a
The Singer Manufacturing company yea
lerday obtained a writ of replevin to re
cover a horse valued at 140 from Peter A.
A Mother's meeting will beheld in the
Prohibition rooms, Gteen Ridge street,
this afternoon at 8 o'clock. Mothers are
invited to attend.
The members of the Sacred Music society
are requested to be at the Linden street
tent this evening at 7 o'clock. Bring gos
pel hymns No. 6 and 6.
Yesterday morning John MoAlarney. a
miner in theHalstead colliery of the Dels-
ware, Lackawanna and Western at Dar
yea, was brought to the Moses Taylor hos
pital Ills leg was fractured from a fall
: The drawing for the suit of clotbes and
silver watch of the Mount Pleasant Acci
dental fund will take place at Co-operative
hall, North Main avenue, tonight at 7:30
o'clock. All holders of tickets are re
quested to be present.
Three new cases of typhoid fever, five of
tcarlet fever and two of diphtheria, and
one dr th from diphtheria and two from
con?- .option were reported to the board
of .oaltn last week. Twenty -four deaths
resulted from all causes.
- The St. Joseph's 8oclety for the Preven.
tion of Cruelty to Children and Aged Per
son, acknowledges with thank a donation
of 1439.52 from John B. Smith, treasurer
of tbe subscrioers to what is known as
"Johnstown Relief Fund." taken np in
Dunmore in June, 1S8.
T. H. C. Hrfalnnav. wtin vmm mwm.A
- - J I -' " ' - n. IGOIOU
Saturday on a cliarg of entering the room
of a girl in the Roma Hotel on the pre
vious night, was taken before Judge Ed
wards yesterday on a writ of habeas cor
pus. He was allowed to enter bail in the
sum of $500 and V7. T. Jenkins became his
Sixty members attended the first re
hearsal of the Scrautou Oratorio society
last evening when excellent progress was
made with the opera "The Rose Maiden."
Professor Lindsay gave entire satisfac
tion and tbe prospeots are very bright.
The next rehearsal will be held on Thurs
day at 8 p. m. above Powell's mnslc store.
W. T. Jenkins, who some time ago an
nounced himself as an independent candi
date for sheriff, entered the county com
niiCkionera' office yesterday armed with a
formidable looking bunch of papers and
accompanied by Attorney E. H. House.
The enquired for the county commis
sioners. None of these gentlemen hap
pened to be In just tben and Jeukinl and
Honie departed The papers Jenkins car
rled are supposed to have been his nomina
Edward E. Howe, organist of the First
Presbyterian church, at Haileton, will
f ive the first of a series of free organ re
citals at that place next Wednesday at 4
p. m. Among the selections of interest to
be performed will be Grey' "Prayer and
Temple Dance," "La Gaa Ladra" over
ton, Rosalia, ''Elsa's UtfaaM," from Lofeaa-
grln, Wagner and a finale by Lemmsns.
Last season Mr. Howe gave a series of aim
lar lecitals. which Droved verv DODular.
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Tbnrs-
dav. 2 n. m.
Pabst's Milwaukee Biir, cool and
sparKiing, ai Lionman'a, bpruce street
TICKET NOW COMPLETED.
Prohibitionists Name Candidates for the
Senate and the Legislature.
The Prohibition county committee met
yesterday afternoon iu Tallie Murean'a of
fice and placed in nomination S. N. Callan
der for senator; Guy R. Rlph for repre
sentative in tbe First district; Jo
seph F. Hangi in tbe Second dis
trict; W. F. Clements, of Mos
cow, in tbe Third district, and A. G.
Shepherd, of Jermyn, in tbe Fourth dis
trict. A. G. Thompson was named for
clerk of the courts to fill the vacanoy on
me county ucKec.
The officers of the committee are: Chair
man, Pierce Butler, Cardondale; secretary,
Trtllie Morgan; treasurer, A. G. Tbomason,
lue aecretarv waa author zad to onan
headquarters in the room adjoining his
office and employ a stenographer. Plans
were laid for a most active campaign and
a iuw ui ,uw is connuently expected.
OFFICERS OF UNION.
Elected at a Meeting of City Pastors
Held in Y. M. C. A.
The CitV pAatnra' nntnn litM on Im
DOrtant mnetlnir vpatanlav mnpntnv at
the Young Man's 'Christian Association
rooms. The president. Rev. Warren
G. Partridge opened tbe meeting by
running a portion or scripture, and was
iuiiuwwu uy wv. ur. Mice, of Avoca,
who offer prayer.
The following officers wen then
elected for thtt nan(n(? tavm. Pxaal-
dent, Rev. N. F. Stahl, of Green Ridge;
Yitc-preBuenc, ttev. u. C. angles. U.
D., of Jackson Street: secretary and
treasurer, Rev. M. D. Fuller, of Pro
vidence; thetna eotnraittee, Rev. T. J.
Collins, of Scranton Street, Rev. A. W.
Cooner. nf Hnmninn St vjat Pa T7.
McLaan. of El ui hurst.
Tbe impending removal of the Rev.
W. Klnallunoui. th. W..kl....
Street Presbyterian ohnrch ws refer-
rea to by Rot. W. H. Paro and a
committee wus nppolnted to formulate
an address expressing tbe regret of tbe
m uepariure. jur. S3siienger
urimr inanirea nia rs n iunn tnr
the unvarying kindness thev had shown
toward him and repressed bis pleasure
no vim pieasant relations whica bad
always existed between them.
Rev. Thomas Bell, tbe newly eleoted
pastor of the Plv
Cburcb. Was Intrnit nnaH K. f Glr.11.
i tiger and was accorded a hearty wel
ReV. F. A. Dnnv illLrnrlnnarl tha nra.
tion of the Sunday observance move
ment and eXDlaineil that effnrta nrara
being mud ft to nnrnli a H.hh.fh
nilioil in UOrthsagtern PannairlvanU
affiliated with tbe national society and
asked tbe meetina- to lnd nran tha mnva.
Uient. The reanest was Receded to.
Tbe nresidant alan HTnluinorl Ihut tfca
Union had atmnlntml aamnmltt.i tn
extend tbe movement in the city, but
iub majority or the members had de
clined to act. and tha
quested tbe pastors to secure represen
tatives from tbe churches to fill tbe
vacancies. The names would not be
DUblished anil tha vrnrlr nrnnl.l Urn A nr.
in a quiet and prastieal manner.
aw. j. cj. ooinson, chairman of
tlltt Moodv finanan itnmmlll.. mmA .
report of tbe work and tbe thanks of the
uujuu were occoraea tor 018 services.
A FINE PERFORMANCE.
Plnsro'a Farclal Romance. Tha Ami.
aonr, Produoed by a Clever Compiny
demonstrated by tbe Interesting stage pro
duction he has made out of the material
with which bis farclal romance. "The
Amazons," is constructed.
The Slarchi mess of Castlelordan is the
mother of three daughter much to her
regret. She yearns for a son and her
Venrnintr dtnlnm it .v.
-. , . . ' v nuvu passion tnai
and allows them to hunt, fish, smoke cig-
", ' BCl out lne ma,e cbarac-
. nuoiaiijr. meir woman's nature can
not DA HIITinrauiul L, . .
, , r ; uvp,w, auu a street
brawl which Noellne, the eldest daughter
""'7 involved in while doing the West
Endof London In m.l. .! ..u. '
- . u .tan o. is buo means
of opening the mother's eyes. She aeea
I a V ot RttemPt'"g to thwart nature
and orders her daughters to don their
frocks and the curtain rlnoa
young ladles, by the request of their
mother, proceed to dinner in their newly
acquired garb of womanhood, on the arms
of admirers whom they had secretly in
troduced into thetr country home durlnir
the absence of the bead of tbe family in
The lnancnltnn v,m 1.41 1
... a i. . nr imper
sonated by Miss Johnstone Bennett, Miss
Isabel Irving and Miss Elaine Edson. The
rormer Is tbe most hoydenish of tbe trio
and mHliAa har .. . " . . .
- ipw auycamuce on tue
iXil vau ting over a four bar fence
attired in male riding attire. She has all
the pert phrases and manners of the youna
THAI, nt h. J . -fJwuiiK
r :. j peneotion, and
makes a tlmromrhi,.
v-. Zu 1 ' J """"J nine ienow.
JNeZt to nap in . ,1
. rv,ua vi. uiascuuneness is
JNoeline, Isabel Irving, a moBt clevni- n,l
W,Ln8Si1,,ctre88' whil e youngest sis-
ter. WilnAimtnn n. m;iiH ti i. J1 , .
n 1 c ."'" aaner sisters
rHmlllu.,. null hum I I . ..
- v BUKuuwieages tnat she
believes Jthat she is very effeminate and
Lorlmer Stoddard, an tha Ravi nr t
wayes, Tbomnln's admirer, and Beau
mont Smith, a. Count de GrivoL who is
enamored of Wilhelmina, did some very
Clever rhnrmntar n . . , 1
" , , ,v. ' vroorgB Alison
made a manly Viscount Litterly, and Lou-
ml b"uud oorgeaai DUUtter.
meiited a mncb batter audience than it re-
COMPETITION FOR PULLMAN.
Late Employsa Looking for
' Rite for m. Plant
FolloVlno tha ft ,.. D..ltM.H .
. a . ' " a uiiium mriae or
last summer a renort has been circulating
in commercial circles to the effect that the
cornnratlnn tr li,!.. a
i . . i 1 i, " "'' iwr laToraoie
location in the east to establish a branch
of the western plant.
A letter from the Scranton board of
trade asking the truth of tbe rumor and
kmoi inis city as a desirable location
brought a decided denial from George M.
rullmnn'a ianrat.. rru
stamped as false and without foundation,
it nna appeared, however, since the Pnll
man letter was received that there was a
plausible foundation for the story.
Former employes of tbe company have
been In conference with business men in
various town, of New Jersey with the ob
ject of establishing a plant for the manu
facture of palace and sleeping car- of a de-
'.!?,n.rhloh if U "tid doe not e"0'ot with
existing Pullman patents.
3. Frank SUg-al's
Academy of Dancing, now open for the
reception of pupils. Office at hall
Traders National bank. Opening socia'l
Tuesday night Oct. 8nd. 1 All 'former
pupils and friends Invited.
Closing out rnssett, oxfords andrnssett
dlucbera at reduced prices. Also ladles'
bog, foxed, congress, razor toes, prettv
styles. , A. O. NtTTLirow A Co.,
.S??" Flonr m lave a capacity
of 17,500 barrels a day. . 7
Sieffel'a onanlncr artnl.l rrnA..l. . ki.li
OUU 8, oau UIKUI,
Demonstrated by Schlrerea list Night to an
HE SAKS CIRCULATE THE TRIBilN
That Was Hit Advice to Thousands-
It Helps the Great Work Along A
Notable Incident In Pittston The
Great Invitation Eloquently Ex
plained And Sixty Fathers an
Evangelist Sohl versa enjoyed well
earned rest yesterday and addressed
but one meeting, la givisg out tbe
announcements last evening tbe Uvan
gelistsaid: "It is bardly worth my
wuue giving out tbe notices as von all
read Thb Tribune, and 1 would like to
say right here that it would be a good
thing if friends would buy about ten
copies oi THE Tribune and band tbem
around to acquaintances so that they
oan read what we are doing iu the city
i oeueve tnat reading about our meet
tngs will belp along tbe work wonder
Last nlgbt the great interest and
overflowing attendance In tbe meeting
was continued. The subject of tbe ad
dress was "Come." Tbis was ttod
greatest Invitation and tbe evangelist
said that it pervaded the whole Scrip
ture from GUnesis to Revelations. God
distinctly shows bis wish to save fam
ilies and never intended man or woman
to be divided and if tbey were united
in God's love there would be less work
for lawyers in Scranton. God made man
and wife here to be man and wife in
heaven. What oan there be more sad
than to see a borne divided, tbe wife
saved and tbe cuibana unsaved or tbe
children saved and tbe parents unsaved.
Mr. scbl versa then said:
BIBLE AND BEER BOTTLE.
Go Into some bouses and see the Bible on
tbe one side and tbe beer bottle on tbe
other, tbe wife loving Christ and the B ble.
the husband lovins sin and the bottle, and
there my friends lies the secret why so
many of our boys and girls turn out so
Daaiy and it is to De surprised at when
vuey are orougnt up in sucn an atmoi
pnere. JNot long ago a man asked me
where was heaven and I pointed across
the street to a mechanic's honse where the
man and wife were Christian people and
toe cblldren seeing tbis were full of Cbris
tian love and made what seemed a plaoe
w ii ere tte atmosphere was tull or tbe In
fluence of heaven. Whv should not thera
be everywhere the same blessed and happy
Bbiue ui uomes.
Todav I was sneaking to a aaloonkesnnr
of Pittston who is juat giving up business
and be told me that for months he had not
been able to rest and was awakened in his
sleep and confronted with the fact that he
had been taking the hard-earned money of
men wading in mud and water diesins
coat in ine Dowels or tbe eartu. money
which should have eons to the wives and
little cblldren and he conld not stand it
any longer. Tbis was an unsolicited testl
monial to the work of the mission, and I
ask you men why do you give room for the
saloonkeeper to say tnis or your now
much better if husbands and wives ac-
cetel the invitation and entered tbe ark
of tbe covenant and be saved.
AN EARNEST APPEAL,
There is another "come" the come of
reason, bod left the association ot angels
and comes into tbis tent. Heisherenow.
tbis night, and says, "come now." He
comes to you men and does not wait for
you to go to Him. Why live In sin when
there are brighter prospects, great bene
fits, joyous hopes? Why ruin body and
rum your souir w ny not accept tbe in vi
There is yet another "Come," "Come ye
Weary." This includes all, the wealthy
and poverty-stricken, vou all want rest.
There is only one way to get rest and that
is by throwing your burden on the Lord.
Weary soul, Jesus is ready He will give
you rest. Will you comer
The invitation is for all ton sht the best
man and the worst man. He means you.
Wbenr Now Mv friends this wrr nisht
the invitation la ringing out to all? Not
tomorrow. Not next week, but now, this
SCHIVEREA MISSION NOTES.
Tha Rilvnr T.aVa nmrlafta sunn .ITT
Died for Me" and was greatly appreciated.
SixtV man atnrwl nn tnofc nlrvhf In .tin
Kuojjni louv vo sweu me large army ot
Todav's mnetincra a.ra TtiMa mmAinrr
- jurist, var r nenu," ac o:ou p. m. and
service at 7:30 p. m.
The Sacred Mnatn
juuu iuririLimn js.HRnfliRT.inn iioa Miin v
sing ac me tent tonight.
jtfr. WftfiRTi nunc th sMn iTha 1.
Green Hill Far A
His dow one of the most popular of the
s,"'ii u7uiua iu me city, in nis rendi
tion Of "Coma to M ha itl.ntiuJ .1,1.
cauuiaivo .wive toe orancnes ol tne music.
BOARD OF APPEALS.
Thost Bileotsd At Last Night
Mttting of OoudoIIa.
PntHllflnf. f ft A Mall Vtt 4lia Ma.Ha. IU.
w wm vM mj buv may vi vuq nv
lect and common ronnMla mat In lnln
ion last ATHninff anr! A)ait4 Ka..
, -.a m vivvvvV SSI SVSJS4U U
bear appeals from this f Mi's assessment
.. .uon vu bo pmu in loyo.
Mr. Chittenden, president of select conn
Cil was chosen to Dretida onr tha Inint
session. He announced on ansnmlncr t.hn
i.ti.1. - ! .. . .. " T
vui. iui nV i tiruTiaion tnat tne Doard
Buuum kuumabui two Beieot oouncnmen
and three frnm tha
Four nomination! were made by the
rviuiuuu cuuucu ana tnree oy tne select.
The ballotinic resnlted as followi: Thomas,
select. 11; McLean, common, 11; Golden.
cuuiwoD, v; iauer, select, ; Godfrey, com
mon. 7. Tha rhnlr annnnn. V.. A. 41..
board ihnilM rnnaiaf nt VamKAi.a
nuu iucLann, or tne select council, aac
Noone, McLean and Golden, ot the com
- iu vs Miviuwtn .s. uuuiao
Anna aIh tvill h W A ifninM f.Mu
" hvhi a uuiiuk luaivu nuu
thai nn nmna .1 m, U t. a -
wu vpuiuus ui tvuo uoaru mast De atmr
ered on or before April 1.
Holmes & Conlt's
SPECIAL DISPLAY THIS
E. G. COURSEH,
Best Flonr $3 75
Best Psstry a 75
Feed 1 20
Corn 1 20
Meat 1 20
Hams... , 121
California Hams. 9
Fresh Egs 18
Diamond Oyster 5
Canned Tomatoes.. 7i
Wbite Wax Beans
80 lb. Pail Jelly 99
20 lb. Pail Prsserres 1 25
Bristle Shoe Brash 15
Bizby's Blacking, 8 Large Boxes 10
Liberty Sewing Machine 9 95
Every article in
the above list is war
ranted strictly first
class in every re
We only mention
a few figures but
will state that all
our prices are very
low and will be kept
so during the re
mainder of 1804.
There are a few
things that we wish
to speak of specially,
first of these "Our
Best" brand of flour of
which weare selling
about 1,000 barrels
and sacks a month
and hearing nothing
but most favorable
reports from all
sources. Then our
Tea Department is
worthy of mention,
we have the finest
line of teas that is
possible to get to
gether. Our garden
growth teas at 8c.
per pound are .a
thing of beauty and
a joy forever. We
also have a package
tea at 30c, a pound
with a splendid solid
nickel spoon in each
pound, this is a de
cided bargain. We
think we have the
largest retail coffee
trad.e of any store in
the state. Nothing
has built up this
big trade but the ex
cellency of our cof
fees and the low fig
ures at which we
we always have a
fine stock of fresh,
pure candies of all
kinds and as in all
at very low prices.
And last but not
least our butcher
shop is worth the
price of admission
in itself, always well
stocked with the
very best grade of
meats at prices about
25 per cent, below
regular rates. Re
member our newde
ivery plan is in op
eration now all or
ders going out as
soon as received.
Plan to Have City and County Teachsn Hold
' B parate Sessions
NOT YET FULLY DECIDED UPON
If the Idea Is Carried Out the City
Teachers Will Meet in Young Men's
Christian Association Hall and
Those from the Remainder of the
County in the Court House Some
Of the Instructors.
Tblsyssr tbe institute of the tesobers
of tbe couaty will be held daring tbe
week besinninz Oct. 29.' Itis nroba-
ble tbat this year tbe county and oity
teasbers will meet in different places,
bat tbe matter has not yet been folly
aeciaea npon. Professor Taylor, tu-
penntenuent of tne oounty sobools, if
Tors sncb a plan.
If it is decided to bold seDarate in
stitatea tbe eonnty tesobers will meet
at tbe Court bonse and tbe city tesob
ers at loans; Men s Christian Assooia
tion hall. Both bodies will be addres
sed by tbe same instructors though on
different phases of educational snbieots,
tbe idea being to aire tbe different
classes of teuobers information and iu
stroction along line tbat will be most
valuable to tbem.
Among tbose who will address the
teachers are Dr. Wbite. of Columbus.
O., author of works on school manage
ment, and Ber. Da SchaefL'r. state
snperintendent of Dnblio instrnetion
On Thursday, Nor. 1, tbe directors
of tbe eonnty will hold an iuiDortant
meeting and be addressed by several of
tne Institute instructors Hon. John
R. Farr and Eon. M. T. Burke will ad
dress tbe directors cn tbe subject ot
CONVENTION AT YORK.
Big Gathering of Christian Endeavo
rities at that Place on Oct.
17, 18 and 19.
An effort will be made by the Scran
ton delegation at the State Christian
Endeavor convention at York. Oot 17.
18 and 19, to have tbis oity selected for
next year a convention. The Scranton
city union will meet Friday evenlug at
me xoung Men s (Jbristian Association
building to elect nineteen delegates.
Xbeeonvention at York bids fair to
eclipse all previous gatherings of the
Kina, wnetner in tbis or in other states.
In point of numbers it is an assured
snceess. Already five conntlei promise
in all twelve bnndred delegates. There
are yet sixty counties to be beard from.
f reparations are being; made on an im
mense scale. Tbe many hundreds of
visitors who will oome to tbe city will
an De taken care of. Tbe Entertain
msnt Comlttee is busily engaged every
day in making arrangements for tbe
accommodation of tbe expected tbous
and. Tbe highest rate for entertain
ment in private homes will be $1.50
The programme is one of surpassing
merit, a clear advance on the very goo l
programmes ot nreceedlnz vesrs. It
embrsses all the depsrtments of Chris
tun endeavor, praetioal reform, and
religions advance. A9lde from tbe
brilliant array .of Pennsylvania speak
ers there will be two notables from
outside of tbe state. Rev. J. A. Rond-
thaler, D. D., of Indianapolis, wboae
vigorous speaking has earned for him
tbe soubriquet of "The Indiana Cro
lone"; and S. L. Mershon. of Evanaton.
in., me lamous leader of toe uisslon
ary Extension Movement Dr. Rond-
tbaler also conducts tbe "Open Par
liament on tne lookout and praytr
Wood' ColleR of Bnsintaa anal short
old students and to the business men who
nave aiueu ua so materially.
Tfl hl Suntamhnv rtf 1HQ1 la.d all
mpr VMTB In finlnf nf nnmhara onri VAl.m.
of business is a source of great joy to the
Patrons and prospective students are in
Vited to call. Night and day sessions.
" F. E. Wood. Principal.
Sieeel'S onenins social Tnmdav nloht
I have just received a new line of
for Wedding Gifts. Step in and
see my new stock.
Ire at yraant the Mo Fepnlar aal rntama
WsrerooiBJ : Opposlta Caluaibcs lUntraient,
208 Washington Av. Scran ton, P,
Best Seta of Teeth,$8.oo
Including the painless sitractinf
f tee U by as entirely caw pre
S. C. Snyder, D.D.s.
4UW IM "
f I W.W. BERRY S I
g Lackswanaa Ave. I 1
n', 7 BI
Music Boxes Exclusively.
Eest made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Ganteohi & Bona., manufacturers,
J080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
derfol orchestriai organs, only IS and $10.
Specialty: Old musio boxes carefully re.
paired and improved with now tones.
S HAVE YOUK
S done by competent work- g
jjj menf Ve make a specialty jj
5 of jobbing. You leave your
5 order; we do the rest. g
I H. BATTIN & CO. I
H 126 PENJJ AVENUE. - B
Moat people say when they
look at Wool worth's show
windows: "One window is
fitted with fine Decorated
China and Glassware and the
other window has a display
of Coal Hods, Stove Pipes,
etc. Now this last mentioned
Just What We
Want to Talk About.
We have here: Coal Hods
as cheap as 19c. and from
that up to 50c. each, either
black Japan finish or galvan
Stove Pipe Elbows lOo
Stove Pipe per joint 1 5c
Ordlnsry Black Fire Shovels 3d
Long Handle Fire Shovels (20 in.) Co
Long Handle Galvanized Fire
Galvanized Iro-i 5 gal. Oil Cans,
patent pump attachment. ...$1.75
Galvanized Iron Ash Cans 2.25
AlaikaCover Lifters, nickel plated I Oo
C. S. WOOLWORTH,
319 Lacka. Ave.
GREEN AND GOLD STORE FRON1
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 onr wagons will call promptly.
6 TO 8 AT -8
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.
BROWNE BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Carries the largest line of
and TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS
in the city. Come and look
through our stock before purchas
We also carry a large line of
Children's Furs, from $l.GO set
In our Millinery Department we
show the latest in
Have your Furs repaired by
the only Practical Furrier in the
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIME BANK.
IN THESE TIMES
People want a (treat deal for their money.
They require good thlugs at little expense,
That's Just how THE STANLEY COJJ BIN A
TION came to be created, it's an outfit oon
sisting of a Double-breasted Coat, two (2)
pairs of pants, and the latest style Stanley
cap of same mat rial to match. Also extra
Huttons with each outfit Th goods are ot
stylish labrics, of a most excellent quality
especially adapted for serrice, and wa eaa
sell you the WHOLE COM HIM Al ION M
cheap as you can buy the bare suit from
FOR SALE ONLY BY
OUR CORSET FITTER,
OF NEW YORK
Will remain until
Saturday of this week to
those who could not be fit.
128 Wyoming Ave.