The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, October 25, 1894, Page 3, Image 3
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. ; OCTOBER 25, 1894. Norton's New Store US Wyoming Ave. (Old Republican Building) Entire New Stock received since the fire, which destroyed all out stock in the old store, Lacka. Ave. Miscellaneous Books. in cloth and leather bindings, single vols, and full sets, suitable for wedding and other gifts. Choice Stationery for social use. Mercantile Stationer', all sorts. School Books and School Stationery. Blank Account Books, all sizes and all styles, from Penny Book to Bank Ledger. Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books. All the Popular New Books, in cloth and paper covers. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. THE GENUINE POPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. &CO. IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGAR. Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's Court House Square. PERMANENT CURE OF RUPTURE New Method. Examination Free. SCRAN TON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., MIL, 203 Washington Avenue. PERSONAL. C. D. Simpson ana T. H. Watklns ore at New York. Sir. nnd Mrs. R. Crlppen are visiting at Waveriy, N. Y. - Itev. Richard Morns and family are vis iting friends in Windsor, N. Y. Coroner J. A. Kelly was In Plttston yes terduy on professional business. George II. Catlln, of the Third National bank, left for Buffalo yesterday. Sir. and Mrs. Harry H. Bushnell are vis iting at his father's In Windsor, N. Y. P. H. Purkln, of the Valley House, will spend a four weeks' vacation at Detroit. Mich. Mrs. C. II. Van Busklrk, of 526 Mul berry street, Is entertaining Mrs. Lane, of Danville. Manager J. H. Lalne, of the Frothlhg ham, was at New York yesterday on pro fessional business. Ex-Sheriff Robinson and Mrs. Robin son, who have been to New York, where an operation has been performed on the eye of their son, returned yesterday. Judge John Handley and ex-Congress man Lemuel T. Amerman, of Scranton, registered at the Monongahela House last evening. They had been making cam paign speeches In the west. At ona. time Mr. Amerman was state reporter fop the supreme court. Pittsburg Dispatch. NORTH MP NEWS. Farmer Robert Stark Arrested for Selling Potatoes Whose Future Was All Behind Them Other Items of Interest. Samuel Wademan, who Is employed at the Brlsbln mine, and Outside Super intendent Evans made a bargain with Farmer Robert Btark, of Wyoming county, to purchase their winter stock of potatoes. He showed a sample which was satisfactory, but It is alleged the potatoes he put Into the cellars of waueman and Evans were rotten, There was thirty-eight bushels alto gether. They had Stark arraigned before Al derman Horan yesterday and he en tered ball In the sum of $300 for his at pearance at court. Henry Chappell be came nis oonasman. Events of tho Day Condensed. Thomas Jehu will lecture In the Bap. tlBt church on Nov. 12. Rev. Richard Williams, of Cleveland, O. f ormerly a resident of Carbondale, Is vis. ltlng friends here. lllvlalnn M 11 . ..I r- . m -r r , , AUlerU;an Uraer oi Hi bernians, will hold a ball and drawing for Nov 7 Company H armory on. vwnip 10 me restrlnglng of wires the TWO llOleH in ttia a. ...ill ... -i The lire alarm box has been removed to me vuiv m Aiuerio H store. The ilrst of the series of socials, which Comuanv H will hrM tv, purpose of replenishing the treasury, will rr "I'll ru. I . . . . i . . . W HVIW W" UVUIUUg, INOV. U, SIC til niiiiuit Th nnrtv onnnlfltlnv ttm. ttii. m -f ,,, w xtmi y xulcu- Incm. Mrs. Friintf Zlmmofrrun x rin..ii H. Price and Mrr. Thomas B. Jones, who nave Deen visiung relatives In Wales for the last two months, arrived home last Side combs at Davidow Bros. Plllsbury's Flour Mills have capacity Snowwhite l JU.WU uuitbib uuy. ON OTHER 1E0F CHANNEL Passing Events of the Day on the vest Side of the City Noted. FOUR BRIDES LED TO THE ALTAR A Vory Notable Day for Weddings-Parlor Lamp Presented to Rev. and Mrs. 1). W. Skellcngcr-Bell Social at Jackson Street Baptist Church. The marriage of Joseph Meter, of Sixth street, and Miss Florence Wal ters was solemnized at 8 o'clock last evening In their newly furnished home at 601 Swetland street. The cere mony was performed by Rev. Father Fulker, of the German Catholic church, on South Main avenue. In the presence of their numerous friends. The bride was attired In a dress of Nile green satin, trimmed with silk lace and rib bons. The bridesmaid, Miss Frances Walter, sister of the groom, wore a costume of cream cashmere trimmed with lace and carried roses. The groomsman was Theodore Burger. After the ceremony dancing was In dulged In, and at a late hour a wedding supper was served. Music was fur nished by the Schumann Mandolin and Guitar club, consisting of Peter Schap pard, Edward Curtis and W. Kors. The Columbian quartette sang. Mr. and Mrs. Meter received many beauti ful wedding gifts. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meter, Mr. and Mrs. John Rell, Mr. and Mrs. William Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John Moyles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crokenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crokenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Fer dinand Crokenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Robling, Mr, and Mrs. Adam Berler, Mr. and Mrs. William Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Bostlnn Thlel, Mr. and Mrs. Chris topher Walters, of Wllkes-Earre; Mr. and Mrs. John Luscarden, of Jermyn; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Collins, of Pitts ton; Mr. and Mrs. George Beemer and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hokerlder, of Wllkes-Barre; Joseph Crokenburg, of Honesdale; Mrs. Kate Cloes, of Wilkes Barre; George Walters, of Buffalo; John Walters, of Harvey's Lake; Mrs. Eve Knuff and Mrs. Margaret Kearney, of Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. Harry De Pue, of Dunmore, and Misses Minnie Meter, Carrie Meter, Kate Walter, Barbara Luscomb. Gertie and Jessie Harris, Maggie Beemer, Lulu Hokerlder, Mol lie Burger, Anna Mean. Johanna Keller, and Fred Evans, Daniel Hughes, Charles Hokerlder, Joseph Beemer, Erwln Harris and George Beemer, all of this sfde. Robertson-Anthony. Miss May Florence Robertson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robertson, and Thomas Anthony, both of North Rebecca avenue, were united In mar riage last evening at the bride's home, At promptly S.30 o'clock the bri,tlal couple entered the parlor to the soft strains of the wedding march from Lohengrin. The rooms were decorated with potted plants and lehrysanthe mums, which were tastefully arranged about the room. The ceremony was performed In the presence of about 100 guests by Rev. Peter Roberts, of Olyphant. Daniel and Christopher Robertson, brothers of the bride, were ushers. The bride was attired in a costume of cream Henrietta silk with lace trimmings, and carried roses. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony are well known here. The groom Is an Indus trious young man, and his wife Is a handsome and popular young woman. Koch-Smith. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Koch, on Price street, last evening their daughter, Miss Henrietta Koch, was married to Harr.y Lyon Smith, of Plttston. The rooms were decorated with autumn leaves and chrysanthe mums. At 8.30 o'clock the bridal party entered the parlor. Rev. D. W. Skell- lnger, pastor of the Washburn Street Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Anna Elizabeth Durke, and was attired In a white silk dress with pearl trimmings. The bridesmaid was similarly dressed. t rea uusn, of Plttston, was grooms man. The Progressive orchestra of Plttston furnished music. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have gone on a tour to New York and Philadelphia, and on their re turn will reside in Plttston, where the groom Is employed. Thomas-Miles. Thomas Miles, formerly a corneter In Bauer's band, but now fllllnir an en. gagement In Music hall, Wilkes-Barre, and Miss Cassle Thomas, of Bellevue, were married at the home of Rev. W, S. Jones, pustor of the First Welsh Bap. tist church, last evening. After the ceremony the young couple left for Wilkes-Barre, where they will reside in the future. Presented With a Parlor Lamn. Last evening a number of tho rhi Upsllon society and the Omaha Ten, both connected with the Washburn Street Presbyterian church, called upon their pastor, Rev. D. W. Skellineer. at his home on Washburn street and pre sented him with a very beautiful parlor lamp, me anair was a complete Bur prise, but Mr. and Mrs. Skelllneer recovered from their amazement and entertained tneir guests In a royal man her. Solos were rendered bv several nf tha taientea members and the hours tmatieil pleasantly. The lamp Is set upon an onyx table and Is very beautiful. It is wonted in gold, ana a handsome white silk shade trimmed with lace adorns tne top. Among those present were: Mrs. T. A. Patten, Mrs. D. L. Morgan, Mrs. wiuiam rosier, mis. frank Brown, Misses Anna Waters. Isa Waters. Anna Rumbold, Llbble Sanders, Bea trice Long, Mary Stern, Ada Saxe, Liz zie Mumford, and George Waters, D, A. Stone, James Griffith. Frank Thorn ton, C. C. Battenburg, Fred Iteltenaur. C. J. Helms, T. A. Patten, D. L. Mor gan, Maurice Miller, Harry Nelmeyer, Harry Sweetzer, Herbert Waters, E. O. Eshleman, Herbert Yost. Georire Keen. Arthur Clark, William Nutlee, Horace Keen, .Henry Battenburg, Arthur E. Morse, Archie Mears, William Miller and uomer Davis. Guve n Bell Soelal. A bell entertainment and social was given last evening In the Jackson Street Baptist church, by classes 7 and 9 of the Sabbath school taught, by John Thomas and E. D. Collins. A very large number were present. During the ren dition of the programme, Emerson D. Owen recited, and a solo was rendered by Mrs. Randolph Jones. The Misses Annie and May Clark rendered a duet John Cadwgan recited, and the Misses Cordelia and Lizzie Owen rendered a duet in a manner which won great bd plause. A duet was also rendered by Miss Ethel and Master Eddie Davis. A class of twenty-four young girls unaer me uirection or Miss Sarah A. Davles.Allce Edwards, Zurlah Pethenck, A feature of the evening wts the ire- sentatlon of a bell as a souvenir to the males present. The members of the class are: MUses Jessie Owen, Bertha Morgan, Maggie and Ida Pembrldge, Esther Kennedy, May Kennedy, Lizzie Coons, Mattle Thomas, Viola Evans, Annie Williams, Cora Reese, Sarah Davles, Alice Edwards, Zuiia Pethenck, Nettie Lewis, Emily Holly and Ella coiiKim. Arrested for Larceny. James Pelllco called at the shoe store of Thomas U. Evans last evening and requested the proprietor to show him some articles of foot-wear. Pelllco brought with him bundles which ha laid down and then tried on a pair of shoes. There was an argument as to the price of the shoes and Pelllco did not purchase them. He picked up his bundles and, while Mr. Evans was not looking, picked up the shoes and car ried them out with him. On discovering his loss Mr. Evans followed out his would-be tmrchaser and finding the articles with him placed him in charge of Officer Gurrell. Pel llco spent the remainder of the evening In the station house. Fourth Annual of Council No. 407: The fourth annual ball of West Scran ton Council. No. 497. Junior Order United American Mechanics, was given in Mears' hall last evening under fav orable auspices. The rooms were taste fully decorated with flags and bunting and the evening was a most pleasure able one. Profesor Johnson furnished music and dancing was kept up until early morning. ' The committees were as follows: Chairman, Charles Millar; reception committee, L. H. Schroeder, Simon Fox. E. W. Houser and Chris Macker. Floor committee, Charles Miller, Will iam Stumm, H. Lyman and A. E. Ful ler; prompter, William Melster. Mem bers of the following councils attended: Council 99, Archbald; Council 320, Peck- ville: Moses Taylor. 923. carbonaaie; Taylor Council, No. 91; Meadow Brook Council, No. 960. Brief Notes of Interest. Miss Annie Thomas, of Lafayette street, Is ill. Richard R. Harris, of South Sumner avenue, left yesterday on a western trip. A regular meeting of the Republican league of the West Side will be held tomorrow evening. Mrs. M. Morris Coursen. of Philadel phia, is theguest of Miss Jessie Keeley, of South Main avenue. A social was held at the home of Miss Lulu Jones last evening for the bene fit of th Plymouth Cougrenaxionai church. A large number were present. Rev. J. Abel. Parry a noted weisn divine, delivered an eloquent lecture In the Tabernaole Congregational ohurch last evening to a large audience. Mr. Parry spoke on "The Genius of uie Welsh People." Clarke Brothers opened several new departments yesterdayand a public lrt- snect on of the store was made. trge crowds surged in and out during the evening. Bauer's orchestra discoursed music from a temporary piatrorra, sur rounded by Innumerable palms ana ferns. Several solos were rendered. Clarke Brothers furnished ice cream and other refreshments free of charge to those who attended. Mrs. Richard Reese entertained her numerous friends In her new home on Tuesday evening by giving a 5 o'clock tea. An enjoyable time was hud. Mu sic was furnished by Mrs. William Mll burger, Misses Cassle Davles and Jen nie Reese. Among those present were: Mrs. Georire Evnon. Mrs. Richard Owens, Mrs. William Wicks, Mrs. Sarah Magovern, Mrs. Meredith Jones, Mrs. MUburger, Misses Jennie tteese ana Cussle Davles. DINMORE DOINGS. Fresh shell oysters. Padden's mar ket. Mrs. Philip Davis Is visiting friends In Hawloy. (i. W. Potter Is 111 at his home on Drinker stret. Fresh oysters received dally at ral- mer's market. lrvln Secore's new house on Mam street Is completed. G. W. Simpson is reported improving at the Danville sanitarium, Miss Jennie Russell, of Blakely street, has been 111 for the past few days. All of the Pennsylvania coal com pany's breakers but one are working this week. Nelson Krotzer and Miss Annie Farn- ham were married at Blnghamton last Saturday. Miss Rachel Linrord ana ismma Weed, of Kendham, are visiting friends on Bloom street. Rev. J. W. Williams will preach to the P. O. S. of A. boys next Sunday in the Presbyterian church. Jacob Hoffman, the Mill street bar ber. Is the first in town to put In in candescent electric lights. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Durshlmer and Ralph Letchworth are spending a few days visiting at Meshoppen. George Allen met with a terrible ac cident Tuesday by falling from No. 10 breaker where he was making repairs. Michael Cawley and Nellie Walsh, both of this borough, were married yesterday afternoon at St Mary's church. J. W. Plnnell has sold out his stock to T. J. Hughes. Mr. Plnnell will now give his whole attention to the foundry business. A warrant was Issued by Justice Cooney, last evening, for the arrest of the Italian who did the shooting at Throop last Sunday. The funeral of Mrs. John Farrell. of Apple street, will be held this after noon at 3 o'clock at St. Mary's church. Hign mafl -will be -celebrated ttext Tuesday. Judson J. Haner, of Dunmore. and Miss Millie Spangenburg. of Scranton. were married at the Methodise Enlnn. pai parsonage yesterday morning by Rev. J. C. Leacock. The Kickapoo Indian Medicine Com pany will present a beautiful trumpet 10 me mosi popular lire company in town. To be decided by votes from tnose attending the entertainment. David T. Hand, of But er street, who has been sick for the past month, is spending a few days in the country be- iore returning 10 nis worK at the Penn- sylvanla Coal company's blacksmith snop. The young ladles of the Presbyterian church are busy making preparations ror tneir social to be given Friday eve ning at me residence or rc. v. Wert, on Blakely street. They will have an art gallery. Light refreshments will be servea. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swartz. of Cherrv street, ceicoratea me tnirty-ninth anni versary of their marriage on Oct. 21, There were present Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Swartz and daughter Edna. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Swartz and daughters Mar guerite ana Louise, and Mr. and Mra W. W. Swartz and daughters, Olive and Emma, and Mrs. Fannie Rlvenburg, ana miss emma L.ocitara. Hairpins . New styles. Davidow Bros. The Driving Park lots will be 'opened to the public some day next ween, xne aate will be given In UTiDune later, oesi lacnuies orrered, a 1 1 o Yi an c t Td.f rnllwnv. ou a arA -nt.. etc. Watch The Tribune for the date of opening. Sterling seals at Davidow Bros. Beware of frauds. Be sure you get the genuine ui luuuma ,cieciriu un. n cures Colds, Croup, Asthma, Deafness, and Rheumatism. Stick pins at Davidow Bros. I am prepared to receive a limited num ber of piano pupils. For terms, etc., ad dross Richard F. Lindsay, 822 Mulberry Street. Or at Powell's Music Store. For Fresh, Up-to-the-Minute Styles " niLLINERY COKE HERE. WE HOLD the mirror up to Fashion. Our famously pretty Hats are the talk of the town. Leave your orders early In the week and avaid crowding. . HASLACHER'S : MILLINERY H. LANGFELD, SUCCESSOR. 324 Lackawanna Ave. NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE Miss Sarah McNamara -Married to ' Daniel J. Yaughan. . ' S THE CUMMIXGS-SHAW XITTIALS Ceremony Performed by Rev, E. J. Melley in the Porochlat Resldonce-Llttle Boy Injured While Swinging on a Gate Other Notes. Rev. P. J. Golden, of the cathedral, pronounced the words yesterday morn ing that united In wedlock Miss Sarah MoNamara, of South Washington ave nue, and Daniel Vaughan, of Blngham ton, both popular young people. The ceremony took place at 9 o'clock and waB witnessed by numerous friends and acquaintances. Miss Louisa McNa mara, sister of the bride, was brides maid, and Jeremiah Desmond, of Wash ington, Pa., groomsman. After the ceremony a wedding repast was served at the residence of John Kllcullen, Mrs. Vaughan's uncle. The presents were many and valuable. The bridal party left on the noon train ror New York, After returning they will begin house keeping in Blnghamton. At 7.30 last evening the marriage of Miss Mary Cummlngs, of Madison ave nue, and William Shaw, of Cedar ave nue, was celebrated by Rev. E. J. Mel ley at the parochial residence. Mr, and Mrs. Shaw left Immediately after the ceremony for Philadelphia on their honeymoon. South Side Jottings. Miss Winifred Melvln. of Remington avenue, visited in Pitston yesterday. Tonight is the date or tne ban or tne William Connell Hose company at Worklngraen's hall. The superstructure of William T. Smith's new Store on South Washing ton avenue is started. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Merrick, of Prospect avenue, are being congratu lated on the advent of a baby boy to their household. Willie Dunleavy. of Plttston avenue, is again able to walk around after being confined to the house with in juries recently sustained at the South mill. James O'Donnell, of upper Plttston avenue, stepped off a street car on Cedar avenue lust night and was badly bruised. The ground was very hard and Mr. O'Donnell's face was stripped of much cuticle. i James Callaehan. of Prospect avenue, returned home last night after spend ing twenty-four hours in the central police station suffering from the slash ing and clubbing he received in the fight on River street late Friday night. A little Polish boy. whose parents live on Prospect avenue near Maple street, was swinging on the gate yes terday, when his weight broke the hinges and he fell on the sidewalk, breaking his left wrist und getting his scalp badly cut. The remains of Mrs. Anna Bowers, of Hickory street, who died Tuesday, will be taken to Martlnvllle, Monroe county, for burial. The funeral will meet the 9 a. m. Delaware, Lacka wanna and Western train this mornlnpr. aboard which the body will be placed. The funeral of Mrs. Catharine Dlp pre, of Hickory street, yesterday morn ing, was a large one. Requiem mass was sung at St. Mary's church, and Rev. Father Christ preached a very touching sermon, giving special notice to the wifely virtues of the departed woman. Interment was made in tne Twentieth Ward cemetery. IN LOCAL THEATERS. After a long, long wait for spectacu lar, our theater-goers will huve a chance to witness that magnificent spectacle, "The Black Crook." wan arer Burgunder has arranged to pre Bent it to his patrons Friday and Satur day, and it will no aoubi attract lm mense audiences. It ran all of last win ter in New York at the Academy of Music, and press and public voted that it was the grandest production, as well as the most novel, ever seen In the Me tropolis. The scenery surpasses all for mer efforts, and the ballets are par ticularly poetic and entranolng. The dramatic Dortlon is exceedingly strong, and the vast amount of scenery and the large number of people carried in sures a splendid production. There are sixty people In the company. A special matinee will be given on Saturday. Peter F. Dalley, the popular provider of frothy farce for the million, is an' nounced for Saturday night iat -the Frothlugham In his capital musical comedy, "A Country Sport." The originality of Dalley's method and the vivacity of his nature render him a typical farce comedy brilliant and in "A Country Sport" he has found a most congenial berth. The support in cludes such warm favorites as May Ir win. John G. Sparks, Andrew Mack, Ada Lewis, Harry M. Morse, Maud Harris, Marls Miller, James F. Calla han. Freda Depew and a score of oth ers, and the piece abounds In taking novelties. - Seats now on sale at the box office. The present Is what Is termed the ninth edition of the very popular spec tacular pantomime "Fantasma." The fairy queen, Zamallel, King of Hades, Pico, the faithful but always unfortun ate clown, the young lovers, imps, sprites, peasants, witches, ghosts, mer maids and all the vast array which at tend upon Fantasma and Zamallel will be seen in new costume. "Fantasma will be at the Academy of Music on Monday and Tuesday evenings. The company this season Is a very clever one and Includes the following well known artists: George H. Adams as the funny clown, Pico; Miss Elsie Irv ing, the dramatic soprano: Leon E Neil, baritone, and the McDonougli brothers, grotesque artists. Sterling silver tea spoons. Lowest prices at Davidow Bros. The $40,000 School House. for Columbia avenue has been let and will be commenced immediately. There are till a few more lots lert at a low price. Arthur Frothlngnam, Office, Theater Lobby. CAR LOAD TOO Framed Pictures, latest subjects, In beautiful Etchings, Engravings and Real French Fac-Blmiles. The Frame Makers bad to have money. We bought the lot at our price and ' mark tbeni so they will quickly move out. Over 00 styes of frames. WONDERFUL PRICES We only quota a few: 13x16 White and Gold 19o 14x23 White and Qold or Solid Oak 49 o 20x24 Solid Oak 69o 24x28 White and Gold 98o Rexford Jewelry Co, SIS Lacks. Ave, School Books and Supplies. Blank and Miscellaneous Books, Photograph and Scrap Albums, Teacher add Family Bibles, Pic tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold Psns, Fine Stationery and Writ lng Tablets. PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE , 312 Lackawanna Avenue. DRAWING LARGE CROWDS. A Liberty Bell Proving a Strong Attrac tion t Davis' Theater. Frank M. and John B. Willis and their company continues to amuse large audiences at Davis' theater with "A Liberty Bell," a musical extravaganza, which is enlivened by many special ues. The performance terminates with a number of living pictures which are produoed in an excellent manner. The attraction will be seen for the remain der of the week at the theater. Cut glass, cut prices. Davidow Bros. SEE OUR Of Clocks. A new fea ture for us, but we can assure you that we have some beautiful goods in this line, and they are first-class time-keepers. Prices range from 79c. to $12.75 each. C, S.W00LW0RTH 319 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. Green and Gold Store Front DID YOU SEE IT ? s Rookwood Pottery, Libbey's Cut Glass. DINNER, TEA AND TOILET SETS, LAMPS. CHINA HALL WEICHEL & MILLAR, 116 Wyoming Avenue. Ladies Are Largely Buttons this year, or at least ap pearances would point that way. Large buttons on dresses and cloaks, and consequently on shoes, are the latest fad. We Have The Large Buttons On Shoes. Of course, if you prefer small buttons or lace shoes, we have them, too: and can please your purse on either. SCHANK. YOUR SHOE Man 410 Spruce Street. YOU'LL WAKE UP SOME HORNING- And find that the weather Is too cold to wear the underwear you have, and that's the time you'll wish you had dropped in when you were passing and had us send you up a couple of suits of that elegant, all-wool underwear AT $2.00 PER SUIT We have better qualities at a little higher prices. Either Store. CHRISTIAN, THE HATTER, 412 SPRUCE ST., and, w WE ARE SOLE AUENT3. Hi - to 205 LACKAWANNA AVE. THE NOBBIEST OVERCOAT Worn Today is the i POOLE' Ml ' Made from a fine imported flACKINTOSHES. MARTIN & Custom Tailors The Fashion 308 LACKAWANNA AVE. 308 LACKAWANNA AVE. SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK : 5 pieces, 6o-inch wates-proof Cravenette, in black and navy, worth $2.00, for - $1 ,69 10 pieces, 54-inch Storm Serge, in black and navy, worth $1.00, for 50 dozen Children's Corset Waists in white and drab, worth 50c, for - 100 dozen Ladies' Woven Corsets in drab tan and white, worth 59c, for Remember Our 1 11 See Our Styles and THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers, HUNG AND PUMPING MACHINERY. General Office: SCRANTON, PA "ON THE FENCE,' Soon be over the season for rldlnsr. If you want a bicycle now in the time to get it. v e uro clearing up all kiocK, and will give you such a chance an you nevor had before. One of our bargains. A First-class, High Grade $130 Bicycle for $ti5. Bring your cash ana GET OFF THE FENCE. CLARENCE M. FLOREY Successor to Floroy & Holt. 0 WE'RE SHOWING the most Nobby and up-to-date line of Novelties for Boys and Children ever shown in Scranton. THE GALLEN COMBINATION Mill Consisting of a Coat, two Pairs of Pants and a Cap of all wool mate rial, warranted not to rip, and double seats and knees, at $4.25 Is worrying our Competitors, Remember Our Gift to the BOJSA School Com panion, fully equipped aud Book-Strap' combined. PENN CLOTHING 137 AND 139 Complete Outfitters. Kersey Blue and Black. MACKINTOSHES. DELANY, and Clothiers, WYOMING AVE. .75 .25 .39 ( Prices Before Buying. NEW STORE, 133 FRANKLIN AVE. We are now doing a general Drug, Paint ami Oil business at the above location, during the erection of our store building recently destroyed by tire. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. OUR TELEPHONE CALL, NO. 22 All orders promptly tilled and delivered la any part of the city. 133 FRANKLIN AVENUE AND SHOE HOUSE PENN AVENUE. S. L. GALLEN, 1 in I .j i .