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-TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER L'5, 1894.
I am convinced Cleveland's is
the purest baking powder made,
and" T have adopted it exclusively
in my cooking schools and for daily
household use." Sarah T. Korer,
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 Xca York Coding School.
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Ave.
descent Light in
r:irly nil parti
uf tbe city.
Our Incandescent System is absolutjly saf j
No Oriental opium-scented linen
frayed, fretted and worthless, but all
returned fit for wear, ironed with cure,
and all of it there.
A GREAT SALE
BABY CARRIAGE ROBES,
Ruz3 and Sweepers for the Holiday
trade. "Gold Medal" Sweepers In
twelve fancy woods for Christmas Uiftt
127 WYOMING AVENUE.
- Pay your poor taxes and save costs.
There will be skatln-r at .the Driving
park this afternoon and tonight. Elec
tric lights have been provided for the
Mayor Connell yesterday ulRned an ordi
nance authorizing the city clerk to adver
tise for bids for the heating of the city
building by steam.
Joseph Oliver and Daniel Moses, of the
Fifteenth ward, are maklnt? strenuous
efforts to secure the nominations for
common council and alderman, respect
ively. The general store of S. Cohen, at Old
Forge, was closed by the sheriff yesterday
on executions amounting to JS94 held by
II. Cohen. The sule will take place next
Martin Woyahner yesterday became r.e
curity In the sum of $300 for the appear
ance of 8. Scimlln at the next term of
court to answer a. charge of assault and
For beating his wife and mother-in-law
Patrick McUee, of River street, was yes
terday sentenced to thirty days In Jail.
Michael Kelley was lined $5 for Interfer
ing with McGee's arrest.
Electric City lodRe, No. 313, Knights of
Pythias, have moved from Clark's hall
to Co-operative hall, North Main avenue,
and will hereafter meet but twice a month
the second and fourth Tuesdays of each
There have been so many Inquiries by
persons who wish to secure boxes and
loges for the Bachelors' ball (hat it bus
been decided to offer one box and live
loges at auction at 3 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon at tho office of J. W. Oukford
In the Commonwealth building.
This evening the Elm Park Sunday
school will give a delightful entertain
ment. Superintendent Wood has ar
ranged a programme of rure Interest.
Miss French, tho harpist, will give two
numbers and a great variety of talent
will be present to entertain the children
and their friends.
Grace Reformed Episcopal church,
Vyoming avenue, below Mulberry street.
Communion and special service Christ
mas morning at 10.30 o'clock. Special
Christmas music. Sermon by the pas
tor, "The Salvation of Our God," Isaiah,
III, 10. Our seats ;aro free. Btrangors
The stock In the shoe store of J. R.
Cohen, on Lackawanna avenue, was Bold
yesterday by Sheriff Fahcy. Tho amount
realized was J7.5U0. Purchases were made
by Ward & Horn, representing the execu
tion creditors, Goldsmith Bros, and Jo
seph Levy. The execution on which Mr.
Cohen's store was closed amounted to
Chief Simpson stated to a Tribune re
porter that up to 9 o'clock last evening
be naa not received any reports of street
accidents. Considering the enormous
trainc, both vehicular and pedestrian.
which was to be witnessed yesterday on
Lackawanna avenue and the neighboring
thoroughfares, the police nre to be con
gratulated on the result of their watch
fulness.' Pabst'i Milwaukee Beer, cool and spark
ling, at Lohman's, Spruce street.
Iovldow Bros. Are Headquarters
or anything In the line of holiday good.
ESTIMATES FOR THE YEAR
V"m .1 -I
Amounts Heads of Departments of
City Govcrmcnt Will Ash For.
FIKE DEPARTMENT INCREASE
Amounts Necessary to Give the City a
Paid Service-Appropriation Asked
to Fit I'p the Public l'urk.
Figures in Del nil.
For several weeks past the heads of
the different departments of the city
government have been engaged prepar
ing their estimates for the fiscal year,
which begins April 1. These estimates
will be placed in the hands of the esti
mates committees of councils, who will
pass upon them and then recommend
to council whether or not they should
With the exception of the tire depart
ment the Increase asked for by the vari
ous departments are very modest.
Chief Simpson asks $1,000 less for his
police department than was granted
last year. Heads of all departments
were udvlsed to keep their estimates as
low as possible that the city might have
money to meet Judgments amounting
to $40,000 or $:0,000 that have been filed
against It. Those represent damages
allowed for Injury to properties by
grading and opening street, laylrjfe
sewers, etc, The Increase In the amount
asked for the fire department will be
necessary to give the city a paid force
Departments in Detail.
This year $4,650 was asked and al
lowed for the mayor's department. The
amount has been cut down to $4,590 for
next year. The sum Is divided as fol
lows:' Salary of mayor, $2,500; salary
of mayor's private secretary, $1,000;
stationery, $100; Incidental expenses,
$150; printing and postage, $40; tele
phone, $100; detective services, $700.
The city treasurer was allowed $5,950
this year, and next year he wants
$0,750 to enable him to buy a much
needed safe and employ an additional
clerk. The addition of Bellevue to the
city with the natural Increase of busi
ness In the city treasurer's office from
year to year makes an additional clerk
a necessity. Mr. Brook's estimate In
detail Is: Salary of city treasurer,
$4,000; clerk, $720; clerk. $480; evtra
clerk, $600; incidentals, $250; printing,
etc., $300; new safe, $400.
The city controller's estimate remains
unchanged at $3,450, and. Is Itemized as
follows: Salary of city controller,
$2,000; clerk hire, $1,200; printing, etc.,
$150; Incidentals, $100.
There Is a decrease of $500 In the city
solicitor's estimate. This year he was
allowed $3,400; for the coming year he
asks but $2,900, divided as follows:
Salary of city solicitor, $1,500; salary of
assistant, SS00; Incidentals, $500; su
preme court expenses, $100.
City Clerk Objects.
Heretofore It has been customary to
ehnrgc the expense' of fireman, Janitor
and janltress of city building, to
Kether with the uost of lighting and
heating it and keeping it In repair, to
the city clerk's department. City Clerk
I.avelle believes that It is unjust to his
department and these Items will have
no place In his estimate. His figures
will be: Salary of city clerk, $1,500:
salary of assistant, $1,000; salary of
clerk of the common council, $900; Inci
dentals, $1,000; printing and stationery,
$1,200; telephone, $50.
City Knglneer Phillip's estimate
amounts to $10,670 divided as follows:
Salary of city engineer, $2,000; salary of
assistant, $1,200; salary of office clerk,
$1,000; salary of levelman, $900; salary
of draughtsman and engineer, $1,200;
salaries of rodmen and chainmen,
$3,720; incidentals, $100; printing and
stationery, $200; rent of telephone, $50.
Street Commissioner Kirst asks for
$51,8S7.S0 for- his department, divided
as follows: Salary of street commis
sioner, $1,500; Incidentals, $25; printing
and stationery, $50; repairs of . bridges
and culverts, $4,000; cleaning cobble,
stone, block and wood pavements,
$4,000; cleaning asphalt pavements, $12,
000; cleaning sewers and drains, $6,000;
expense of crusher, $200; employe to
operate crusher, $600; repairs of asphalt
pave, $4,112.80; general street repairs,
$3,000; repairs of Mountain road, $500;
ward appropriations, $16,000.
F.stimatc of Assessors.
The city assessors estimate that It
will cost $7,700 to run their department
next year. This year they were allowed
$7,150. Their figures for next year are:
Salaries of city assessors, $1,000 each,
$3,000; salary of clerk, $G00; assistant
assessors, $3,500; assessment books,
$100; notices of taxpayers, $50; station
ery and postage, $100; board of appeals,
This year $51,210 was allowed for
running the police department. By
cutting out some of the smaller ap
propriations Chief Simpson has shaved
the estimate down $1 000.
For the fire department $37,413.38 was
allowed this year. For next year the
amount of the estimate Is $56,850, divid
ed as follows:
Chief's salary : $ 1,500
Four assistants' salary, $150
Six engineers, sulury $720,each. 4,320
.Thirty-four permanent men,
$000 eaeh 20,400
Sixty-eight permanent men
$100 each 6,800
One veterinary.,- 150
Rent of engine, houses $3,000 00
New hydrants 1,000 00
Repairs and erection of hydrants.. 1,000 00
Now hose 600 00
Light and Heat 800 00
Printing und stationery 100 00
Rent of alarms 1,100 00
Maintenance of 75 alarm boxes.... 2,110 50
Parade and inspection 800 00
Repairs of apparatus and harness. 800 00
Supplies for apparatus and houses 400 00
Repairs, etiglno houses 500 CO
Incidentals 100 00
Two new alurms 250 00
Medicine for horses 75 00
Telephone for chief 50 00
Eleven new horses 2,200 00
Badges for department 7a 00
Keeping of thirty-three horses, 5140
each ; 4.C20 00
Due Citizens' Fire association 3,000 00
Bonds and bedding 500 00
Total ....$50,850 00
Tho Other Departments.
The building Inspector wants $1,G73
for next year, exactly the same as he
did this year. By the board of health
$10,150 is asked as against $7,700 this
year. Tho estimate of the board Is:
Expenses of crematory, $3,500; purchase
money crematory lot, $3,000; Interest on
contract for crematory lot, $100; salary
of health officer, $S00; salary of secre
tary, $600; salary of food Inspector, $900;
stationery and printing, $250; Incident
als,$400; emergency fund, $600.
The park commissioners want $27,000
for the Improvement of the city parks
and $10,800 Is asked for the support of
the public library.. Of this amount,
$2,940 Is for books, $5,160 for salaries,
and $2,700 for incidentals.
Chain Bracelets, Sterling Silver,
Rolled plate; chains that we guarantee.
Chain bracelets, new and neat designs.
WEDDED AT PROVIDENCE.
Miss Vlolu Taylor Becomes Mrs. George
George W. Chase and Miss Viola
Taylor were married last evening by
Uev. S. C. Logan at the residence of
th bride's mother on Church avenue.
The wedding was private, only the
families : of the young couple being
present. , . '
Mr. Chase isa chemist for the Andover
Iron company at Phllllpsburg, N. J.,
and Is well known In Scranton, as Is
also his bride, who has been for some
time a teacher In Orul Schools for Deaf
Mutes in the west.
CORNELL CUB'S CONCERT.
Interesting Musical Event at the Froth-Inghain-Collcgiuns
Tendered o Recep
tion at the Hotel Terrace.
The popularity of Cornell In this city
and tho fame of Its Glee, Banjo and
Mandolin clubs was attested last even
ing by the large and very fashionable
audience which attended, the concert
at the Frothlngham.
The entertainment was even better
than the one given here last year by
the same organization, the Instrument
al numbers being especially so, and the
wise selections being newer and more
catchy. However, It was in an old fa
vorite, the Tinkers song from "Robin
Hood," that the Glee club, with man
dolin accompaniment, was heard to the
best advantage. No chorus of the Bos
tonlans themselves could render It
more effectively. The medlles were re
ceived with much applause and laugh
ter, and they well deserved their warm
reception, for they were well arranged
and very well sung. One of the most
pleasant numbers was the solo by Mr.
Clifton, to which he was compelled to
Both the Banjo and Mandolin clubs
evidenced careful training and showed
excellent taste In the selection of its
pieces. The programme, all In all, was
nicely balanced In every respect. There
was a large audience present composed
of the most fashionable people of the
Reception at Hotel Terrace.
After the concert a reception was
tendered to the members of the clubs
at the Hotel Terrace. The magnificent
banquet hall, with its exquisitely
polished floor, its Romanesque pillars
and beautiful blending of colors made
an Ideal ball-room and was thronged
with prettily dressed ladles and their
escorts, who Joined in nn excellent pro
gramme of dancing until an early hour
this morning. At 11 o'clock the guests,
who entered the rooms through the
colonial hall, were received In the re
ception t.arlors by Mis. Walter PleU
son, Mrs. Sanderson, Mrs. A. M. Decker,
Mrs. George M. Hallstead, Mrs. E. L.
Fuller and Miss Anna Sanderson.
After greetings were exchanged and
friends had renewed acquaintances tha
large concourse of guestB proceeded to
the ball-room, where Bauer's orchestru
discoursed excellent music. During
the evening a collation was served in
the private dining rooms. Besides the
members of the club the following were
Some o " 'osc Present.
Mr. and 'r rge Sanderson, Mr.
and Mrs. R. As, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Snyder, Mr.' Jra. Frederick Fuller,
Mr. and -V janies P. Hosle, Mr. and
Mrs. Jam eft. V. tlarney, Mr. unci .Mrs. W.
H. Hull, Mr. and Mrs. t C. Dlmmlck,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sihlager, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Smith, Mr. and .Mrs. F. E. 1'lutt, Mr. and
Mrs. John Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Linen, Mr. and Mrs. James Aivhb'iM,
Mr. and .Mrs, Henry Belln, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. It. W. ArehbtiM, Colonel and Mrs. H.
M. Boles, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Blair, .Mr.
and Mrs. A. ,M. Decker, Mr. and Mrs. F.
1). McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Buell,
Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Jermyn, Mr, and Mrs.
George L. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. Waller
M. Dickson,-.Mr. und Mrs. F. L. Brown,
Mr, und Mrs. Myron Kasson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Peck, Mr. and Mrs. James I'.
Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Davidson,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Davidson, Mr. and
Mrs. A. K. Hunt, Mrs. A. H. Storrs, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Sturpes, Mr. and Mrs. H.
It. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. T. ('. von
Storeh, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gerecke, Miss
Gereeke, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Fuller, Miss
Anna Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Burr, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Colville, Mr.
and Mrs. C. 1). Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. H.
J. Anderson, Mrs. W. W. Scranton, Miss
Augusta Archibald, Miss Simpson, Miss
Matthews, Miss Wintou, Miss Grace Will
iams, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Simpson, F. L.
Brown, Willis Kemmerer, J. W. Oakford,
Miss Davis, Misses Slee, Mr. and Mrs.
Wright, Plalnrleld, N. J.; Scranton Wolf,
Miss E. Wlnton, Edward Sanderson, Mr.
and Mrs. George Brooks, Claud Walter,
Mrs. Frv, Mrs. Penman, Roswell Paul
son, Miss Belln, Miss Stebblmi, Ithaca,
N. Y. ; Miss Cook.
Flowers for ('hrlstmuts.
Just received a la.-go supply of rosts,
carnations and violets at T. B. Met'lin
toek's. Entrance to Forest Hill cemetery.
A Large Stock of Goods to Select From.
You can get your Christmas presents at
wholesale prices at 511 Lackawanna ave
nue. A large slock of Celluloid Front
Albums, and all kinds of Plush Albums,
Swiss Music Boxes, Fancy Baskets. AIbo
a large stock of Imported Pictures
Framed. We are leaders in low prices.
Come and look through our store.
M. KOHN, 511 Lueku. avc.
Xmas trees, holly, roping, wreaths, at
the Eoyd property, Washington avenue,
next to Hill & Council's.
G. R. CLARK & CO.
Free Tickets to Skating Kinks.. :
See C. M. Florey's adv., page 3. ,
Ball of F.xcclslor Athletic Club.
Do not forget to attend the eleventh an
nual ball of tho Excelsior Athletic club
at Music hall on Christmas night. The
music will be furnished by a first-class
Excelsior Diaries for 1895.
Magnesia and .Magnuhcstos Scctionul
Orders for breakers, houses and steam
plants generally, solicited.
G. F. REYNOLDS,
Successor to Maran & Co.
J. S. REYNOLDS, Manager,"
321 Center street.
Beautiful Water Colors, Fac-slmlles,
Photogravures and Etchings, Framed and
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.
Fur Capes and Cloaks.
Our assortment for Christmas Week Is
Fur Capes, $7.00 to $50.00.
Jackets, $5.00 to $30.00.
Also lorge assortment of Fur Scarfs and
O. W. OWENS, Cloaks and Furs,
608 Spruce St., Court House Square.
Leather Traveling Cases, Collar and
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.
All parts on sale now at Thk
Tribune business office.
NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTIilflS
Streets Crowded Until a Late Hour
SXOW ARRIVED JUST IX TIME
There's Not Jluch of It but It Robs I'sof
A Green Christmas-Balls at Tur
Mt Hall and Music
Scranton holiday shoppers thronged
the streets of the city to a late hour
last night and the bustle and hum of
trade gave the avenues an appearance
of liveliness that has not been sur
passed at any Christmastlde in years.
About supper time the long-looked-for
snow gently began to descend, but
the tlanes were so slight that fears were
many and hopes slight that the white
mantle would overspread the earth and
give to the occasion a holiday appear
ance. A green Christmas Is as rare as
a day In June and it Is not a desirable
reality. ' But the weather bureau was
kind and as the minutes sped by the
air grew thicker,' and about 8 o'clock
heavy snowflakes fell and in short time
covered the streets and sidewalks.
Customers were busy hurrying to and
fro, stopping at this window and that,
gazing at the attractive displays. Every
street car unloaded as many passengers
as the capacity of the vehicle could
stand, and the outgoing cars were so
crowded that many could not gain ad
mittance. The streets were lined with people
and travel was slow. Woman laden
with, bundles picked their way along
the slippery pavements, and occasion
ally a luckless purchaser would lose
his feet and go down In a heap beneath
a multitude of bundles.
Santa Claus was king and young and
old alike paid homage to his shrine.
The revelers were out, too, and enjoyed
themselves without breaking through
the lines of propriety.
Shoppers Were Numerous.
Lackawanna avenue was the busiest
thoroughfare. From one end to the
other it was ablaze with decorations
and from out the shop windows the
lights shone resplendent. Every store
was well patronized and every store
had something good to offer. It would
seen:, from the hurrying tide of hu
manity, that the population of all the
surrounding towns and villages had
poured Into the clly, and looking at the
bundles of merchandise borne with the
throngs through the streets, the bon
der would grow as to how the stores
could contain such a stock or how any
thing was left for other buyers.
The scene on the streets at 9 o'clpek
was the busiest and the happiest. Hap
piness seemed to be depicted on every
countenanceasallseemed to be bent for
home with the load of the day's pur
chase, thinking of the expectant ones
at home waiting anxiously for the gifts
of Christmas. Without the white man
tle of snow Christmas would not have
Its accustomed suggestiveness and
Santa Claus would be at a loss to en
joy his sleigh ride. The Tribune wishes
to all Its readers this morning a merry
Halls Held l ost Night.
Every one was not shopping last
night, however. Many were bent on
enjoyment and not a few of them found
their way to Turner's hall, where the
ninth annual ball of Lackawanna
lodge, No. 95, Brotherhood of Railroad
trainmen was being held. The grand
march begnn at 9 o'clock to the strains
of the orchestra and was kept up mer
rily until an early hour this morning.
The hall was prettily decorated with
trainmen's hand lamps of various col
ors. Bunting and Hags were in abund
ance. Charles Kingsley was master of
ceremonies and the following made the
elaborate arrangements for the even
ing: Charles Lasher-, Joseph O'Brien,
L. D. Iiaiitrrer, John Scott, George
Decker and V. L. Stull.
At Music Hall the Electrical Work
ers' Local union, No. 51, held Its annual
ball. The room was decorated l.i u
most elaborate manner with bunting
and electric lights Ingeniously ar
ranged. The capacity of the hall was
taxed to Its utmost capacity during the
night by the merry dancers. The dec
orating of the hnll was done by II. B.
Stock, James Murphy, William Farr,
Patrick Campbell, James Harding, Rob
ert Robinson, John Reilly nod Harry
Finest line of Davis Automatic Ink
stands at REYNOLDS BROS.
Xmas trees at wholesale at Clark's.
Finest line of Calendars ever shown In
the city at REYNOLDS BROS.
DcWitt's Photo Parlors,
' 435 Spruce street, corner Washington
avenue, will be open today. Cabinets
Photos only $2.00 per dozen. Prices will
advance Jan. 1st, 1895.
Fancy Waste Paper Baskets.
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.
i ndies, We Have Silk Garters
With sterling silver buckles. Davldow
Oxford Bibles und Family Bibles at
f REYNOLDS BROS.
t '- -..",'
rillsbury's Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,500 barrels u day. ,,
Engraved cards at REYNOLDS EROS.
Episcopal Prayer Books and Hymnals.
PRATT'S BOOK STOHli.
T. 11. McCllntock.
has just received a large lot: of Palms,
Ferns, etc., for holiday presents and In
Catholic Prayer Books, largest line In
the city at - REYNOLDS BKOS.
BUY IT NOW
ftp Buys fine mixed in
Hp handsome boxes. 5 lbs.
UUl for $1.00.
QC Buys the finest candy
03 U 1 made. Fruits 25cto 35c
E. Q. Coursein
A LACKAWANNA AVENUE
DISPENSATION OF THE LOGOS
Discussed at tbe Baptist l'ustors' l ulon
Rev. D. C. Hughes, D. D read a
scholarly paper yesterday at the regu
lar meeting of the Baptist Pastors'
union upon the "Dispensation of the
Logos." The reverend gentleman dealt
In a masterly manner with his subject
and explained many new phases of the
Several members discussed the paper
and complimented the author upon his
AT DEATH'S DOOR.
ManugcfOhill's Condition Is Alarmingly
At midnight Manager Thomas Cahlll
had rallied slightly and Drs. O'Malley
and Burnett left his bedside and fcuve
out the report that the patient woald
possibly live through the night, but
that tfevvhauces are against him.
The physicians state that there Is
hardly any hope of recovery.
Taxpayers Take Notice.
That your city and. school taxes are
now due. Councils, by resolution, ex
tended the time of collection until Jan
uary 1, 1893, If not paid within the time
allowed a penalty of 7 per cent, on the
city and 5 per cent, on the sthoot will be
added, and an additional 1 per cent. aeh
and every month until paid. Don't put
off payment until the lust day, as It may
be Impossible to receive it.
R. G. BROOKS. City Treasurer.
The New Webster Dictionary, bound In
Leather, for 50 cents, at
' REYNOLDS BROS.
Holiday Goods for You '
and your neighbors or your friends at
Free! Free! Free!
For a holiday compliment to our patrons
wo will present with every pair of La
dles' Shoes, costing $2 and upwurds, a
pair of cloth ovorgalters.
GLOliK SHOE STOUI3,
227 Lackawanna avenue.
DcWitt's Photos at $2 Per Dozen
Are superior to those made by others
at any price. We have tho llKht, Instru
ments and accessories. A trial ord"r i:i
solicited. 435 Spruce street, corner Wash
ington avenue. .
This Is n Sterling Silver
holiday season. Don't forget Davldow
Bros. They have the finest lino of sterl
ing silver novelties In the city.
Holly by the bunch at Clark's.
Catholic Prayer Books.
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.
Imported Hock Deer
on draught at Zcnke's.
With Bterling silver buckles. Davldow
Our Line of Mantel Clocks
Comprises everything from the plain oak
to the Imported Venetian onyx clocks.
Wood and Brass Easels.
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.
Holly wreaths at Clark's are fine.
Fountain Pens, Gold Pens and Pencils
at REYNOLDS BROS.
DeWitts's Photo Parlors
will be open today. His prices, $2.(3 per
dozen, will expire Jan. 1st, '95. Don't miss
this opportunity. Parlors, 435 Spruce
street and 201 WuHhingtoii avenue, cor
ner Spruce and Washington.
Our l.lncs of Genuine Tortoise
And shell hairpins is tho handsomest In
the city. Davldow Bros.
During Christmas and the Holiday week
the E. Rulilnsons Son's Brewery will put
upon the market for their customers nn
Extra Brewing of the finest I'.eer ever in
troduced in this Beet Ion of the country,
I)i Ink "Wiener Beer" from the E. Robin
sons Son's Uri'wery.
THE LATEST FAD.
Now Is the Time to Look for Yonr
W. W. Berry
lias a larger stock of Novelties
than ever before. RIGHT IP
TO DATE, with everything new.
2I5 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
Is receiving daily all the lat
est novelties in
JEWELRY AND SILVER LINE
FOR THE "
When in need of something
late in the Jewelry line call
and see Rogers' stock before
making your final selection,
as 'he can show you the latest
and a large assortment to se
lc st rrenl thf Moat ropnlar soil Prtfcmd by
Wirtrooms : Opposite Columbui Monument,
ortn Wntihlntrton Aw. Sorantort.Pa.
BEST SETS Of II, $81 J
Including tho painless extracting of
Utth by an ontlroly now process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.f
, 136 WYOMING AVE.
We had thought that
with a store four times
the size of our old one that
we could accommodate ev
eryone, but we find that
even now we are crowded
afternoons and evenings.
We would ask as many
as can to
319 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
ci'ten and Gold Store Front.
Today at the
Will be open evenings
until S o'clock.
he w i i ns
, We can suit you in Shoes and will deal lightly with
Of what to buy as Christmas Presents. .Vow let us remind you of a
few things that are very useful and durable, and would he very much
appreciated as a gift at this time of the year. Just think of a man's
Mackintosh at $S.OO or $10.00 as good as a ,i5.oo garment, or an ele
gant I'mhrella. We have them mounted with elegant handles, silk
covered, from $1.00 up, and then our Cloak and Fur departments are
full of desirable goods. Do you know that we have more Cloaks und
Capes in our stoic than any three stores in the city.
Consequently, ours is the stock to select from and our prices are
right. Almost forgot to mention
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224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Astrakhan Circular Capea
Wool Seal Circular Capes
$18.!)S, worth f 30.00.
Electric Seal Circular Cnpes
$1 9.00, worth $35.00.
Persian Circular Capes
WIR.OO, worth $9o.OO.
Brown Marten Circular Capos
$35.00, worth $.")0.0X
C0ilozn Fine Neck Scarfs with Ant
nial's Heads at worth $3.00.
CO dozen Baltic Scnl Mulls
$1.M, worth $3.00.
50 dozen Children's Sats tit
!)Sc, worth $2.50.
3 dozen pairs F.lcclrlc. i-eul Gloves for
Ccutlcmen $2.4-?), worth ljij.00.
The balance of our Cloth Coats and
Capes we will ollor for 50c. on the
We will sell for less than 50c. on the
138 Wyoming Ave.
Have your Tins repaired by the only
Practical Furrier in the city.
Fine Tricot Cloths
In Colors Brown, Blue
- $4, $5 fill S8
BETTEU ONES AT
II $10 Hi $12,
And as High as $20.
ASK TO SEE THEM.
I2S WYOMING AVENUE.
'.o make room for entirely
new stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
during the mouth of December
Corner of Lackawanna and
that wc have a splendid line of .Neck-