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TIIE SCRANTOK TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 189,
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BiQ CAVE IN THRFATr.MiD.
I'oim ii tli ii in .liii'' ifl. .V II. l'i. Shut
l mi in Coiisruueiiee.
Tills" morning tli' iii'-n were taken uut
of the ('uiiyny lium mini'. lurat.-J mi
Canal street mi mcouiit of ;i threatened
rave. For smile time Hu rt- hut) been a
settling uf the roof. It will he remeiit
IiuilU tliut sunn: time ayo Hie mine wus
Kill- on iti.Tuuiit of an extensive full f
roof and this siueei Is imrtly due In
that. It seems the roof was jtiveii what
Is Lulled a louse etui anil ttiuilKh mine
Kurd nun Siuni'hum J i 1 not relax any
attention uml had men ut work to stay
the pi-uKi-i'S? of the full it came und u
lot of iluuutxe wus susluliieil. Tin col
liery Is uiieiutetl by the Delaware und
iluJsoii lonipuny. The shaft wus sunk
u number of years imo ut i.niisldeialile
expense, uml the most valuable inii
i liinei y for I'limpiiiK water ami the ire
Iiiiration of roul wus put in.
If the mine must be ulminloiicu now it
Will he ut u serlulls loss. Many acres of
the best roul III the valley will b" kui"
rlliied if the ntlk luls l unnot timber the
roof in sui li a way us to break the full
lit u certain point uml thus save put t of
the mine. The olllelals say Hie threat
ened fall is not serious, but they stopped
work In order Hint the men would not
lake any risk, u eommcnduble action,
Indeed, in view of the recent disaster ut
J'ittston. No. 2 r.altltnotv colliery was
also idle today because of the close
Proximity of its workings to that of the
Coiiynshnni mine. It Is said that in
some parts of the hitter mine the pil
lars huve had to be lim'ued to prevent
them from being totully crushed out.
Saturday's YVIlkes-liurre Leader.
I COKING TO FREE COINAGE.
.Oil AriTl- lor Hie larceny of n
r:crtlia Utettler, whose Identity Is best
revealed by her net. was arrested at
V.'.oU o'l'lmk yesterday mornliif? for
PteuliriK 11 silver spoon from Kuuff
niiui's restaiirunt. Uii I.ufUiiwaiinu ave
nue. The proprietor promised to appear
UKainst her. but. failed to do so mid she
consequently escaped with a small line
& I SIS
SGIIANK & KOEHLEPi,
REV. J. B. SWEEPS
Delivered from His Pulpit in the Simp
son M. E Church.
SOME THOUGHTS HE SUGGESTED
Ttie World Demands Everything and
Refuses Any Remuneration to the
Uivcruil Asks for All nuil Re
reiving It Returns All I'uto the
tiivcr with Ulrssiues and Honor.
Mow J. B, Sweet, the recently ap
pointed pastor of the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church, of the West Side,
preached a sermon last evenins on the
texts, "And no man pave unto Him,"
Luke, xv : I, part of sixteenth verso;
"He that spared not Ids own Son but
delivered l'!ni up for us all, how shull
ho not with Him also freely Rive us nil
things," lioniuns, lli::;i. The eongrre
Kution was a large one. .Mr. Sweet's
Two thoughts here susScst them
selves, first. The world demands every
thing ind receiving Hie suine holds it
fast with Iron strip and ret'ures uny re
muneration to the iriver. Second. Ciod
usUs lor nil and receiving it. He returns
all until the nlver. Iilessed lind honored
Now is It not stramte that under such
eiiciinistunces there cuuld beany hesi
tancy as to w ith whom we should open
iieijotiat Ions'." Nuy, rather is it not
passing strange that under any circum
stance there should be u yielding of self
unto a dominant, arbitrary power, who
asks everything and never Kives buck
in return-.' When known of uud to till
unother iiuwer Invites the giving; unit
for the eiviiiK puys buck u wonderful
interest. Hut, uppiirenily. mi the part
of nmiiy there is no consideration of
the subject with knowledge of results;
there is no thought us to how results
ire to be reached: there Is no care us
to outcomes, und "let tomorrow take
care ot it ;i 11'. "Siithclcnt unto the day
Is tlii- evil tin. reel '" 'becomes I he cry. We
liv e today we feast. We IWel, we dance
and drink; lite is life. This is nood pny.
o thought the youiiR man of the tirst
part of our text. He looked at the world
uml said, (i how inviting it is! It says
to nie. fctve me of your sui vice. Hume!
What Is home but rest rietii ns? Come
out Into my service and be free, and the
houses of revelry and bacchiintlon
nlea:.uies shall all open to you. Father!
nv:ni.r Tin: times.
What is father but an old mil n. with
fogcylsli Ideas. Von know more than
he; lie Is behind Hie limey. Cnnie uut
and I will be a father to you. Ihother!
What Is a brother but one to quarrel
with; he thinks that he owns the holism,
and is ulways duiiiiiiccrliiK. Come
away; leuve the home, uud father, and
brother, then all Hie world shall be your
brother: take Hie portion of goods that
fulMh to you. Cnnie with me and
spend It. and in the midst of your
spending pleasures know that all are
your friends, and you huve no need of
luiiiic. or lather, or mother, or brother.
Come on, come on. And the younn niuu
calls for his piilrluiony, ?oes out into
Hie world's servlie tu find home, and
fa titer uud brother.
So we see him down yonder In Ibe
city, revelry and deviltry, and relKiiiliK
supreme. .Money Is his. The world
knows it. II.' is spending it freely. The
world Invites H. Keuuty In deshabille
is ut Ids side und feet for money.
Kawiiini; :'.M liophuhls w ith fulsoineiiess
flatter und cajole him for money.
Strains of music, the tnu::v dance, the
passing wine cup. the shouts of intoxi
cation, and the noise of sambllnK. nil
say. Money! Money .Money! You are
a line youuir man, u noble youiiy man,
u happy yoiint? man: we are your fath
er, uud mother, und Bister, and brother;
this is your home. Hurrah for the
younif man and his money! More plea
sure, more drink, mure lust, more kuiii
bliiiK'. Hurrah for the world! The
rreat pleasuie-iilvllisr world. The world
pays, pays, pays. You have friends;
you shall never want: we will stand by
you. You are soendlnir so freely we
will stay by yon to tin; lust.
Sn.MKTHI.VO ATTIt ACTS TS.
l.ouk yonder! Only n grove of enroll
trees: look a.naitl, I'oim h uprooted sods;
uiialii, u. herd of swine looting unioiur
Hie sods for the husks of the carob
trees: anuln. only the swine herd, the
cniv-teiider of the unclean beasts. Puss
on. We have no Interest in one so low.
so d"i.'raded as to feed swine. Hut wo
cam. ot dismiss him so readily. Some
thing In the abject wretchedness. In the
ttoe-hetfono appearance, attracts us.
und, we are surprised to see Hint he is
yet only u younn man. I'nobserved we
watch him. What secret Is his? lie
wrlni.' bis bunds as HioiikIi In despair;
he bents ids breast us tliouuh in uirotiy;
he falls, with face to the ground, as
thounh to bury a sorrow; he rises and
paces amoiiK the uprooted sods ns
though to calm u fevered desire, until
wearied und exhausted, faint and hun
gry. lie becomes as thesw lue around hlin
and eats W illi them of their food to sat
isfy is hunger. Then umiin springing
to his feet lie looks with UllUtteruble
disgust upon it all uud dies fool! fool!
fool' Is lids home, und father, nml
brother"? . Vlu'ie are the friends of
promise, in to iw. now. Ye who fed at
my table, feed mi' .low. Ye who took
of my money, heln me now. Ye who
drank mv wine and toasted me the
prince of good rellows, help ine now-.
"And no man gave unto him."
What? is this the young nuin of for
mer weuUh? Is tills Hie young man tr
whom home was restraint, nnd father
old fogvlsh. nnd brother domineering'.'
fs this the young man out in th" world
to lind in trie world the ideal home, nnd
father, and brother? Is this the youtifr
man of Hie feasting and drinking. Hie
young man of the world, the one to
We have the best
shape and fits to be
All sizes and widths,
Russet or Black colors,
whom Reductive associates hail whis
pered promises of fidelity, and hud
sworn continued allegiance? Is this
the young man who cried "Hurrah for
the world, and the world's pay." Alas,
alas! yes, yes! "Ami no man nave unto
RKAP WIIAT Wfi SOW.
How romes It? Why this change? It
Is simply the outcome of a national law.
The law that pays "What a man sows
that shall he also roup." Now what Is
the world as we thus understand It?
so much of earth with vegetable und
animal life? Yes and no. It is yes
when we understand that there Is a
principle beneath the dirt that gjioaks
of It as an object of attainment and
that its attainment is a thing greatly
desired for he who has. The earth has
everything measured by dollars and
cents, whilst he who Is without Is in
abject poverty. That Is the world,
however, as understood In opposition
to heaven. Heaven being the highest
possible attainment of man by spiritual
progresslveness. The world being the
attainment of man by simply human
methods plus the helpfurtr.ess of Su
tonic Influences. Hence the Divine
Apostle says "Love not the World
neither the things that ure In the world
if any may love the world the love of
the father Is not in him." So, I take it,
that ho who loves the world must be the
follower of him who is opiioseil to the
Kingdom of liod and Heaven. Now the
gain of the world implies the loss of the
soul. At least the loss of the soul ap
pears a consequent of such gain, whilst
an t-nibnrcatlon In pursuit of its pre
sumed pleasures has alwnvs proven
disastrous to body and soul of the seek
er. The world is o synonym for deceit
and treachery. To trust the world is to
trust the Jack O" Lantern of the swamp
or the niinige of the desert. "For all
this Is In the world p.isseth away and
the lust thereof having no permanency
all its promises are false. It ruins body
LOSS IS THR HKSl'LT.
ttooa it promise gain. Its result Is
loss'.' Does it promise happiness? Its
result is unhupuiness. Does it promise
pleasure? Its result Is wretchedness and
misery. Dues it promts proapeiity? Its
iresults are adversity and 4'iitn. Does
It promise friends? se Its results In this
young limn "And no man gave unto
hlin." This Is the world's puy, neglect,
pain, heartaches, woe, sorrow, disgrace,
rugs, hunger land ruin. I call you to
witness its truth, for it is true toduy
as ever In the pust.
Now If the world was all, we should
be in hoi ry plight. Hut against the
falsity of the world-its deceitfulnena
and treai liny, iiv.ulnst Its turning away
from fi.iiiier rotarle und refusing rec
ognition und giving not back to those
from whom It hud received so much t
put the statement of the uuostle, "lie
that spared not His own Son but dellv
eied Hun up for us u II. How shall he
not with liiiu ulsu feebly fcive us all
Ond el ics to us all. come tu me and in
my service tind profit and delight. Clod
says unto all men "My yoke Is easy and
my burden light. Come, work today in
my vineyard and I will pay you wages
for the work you do. Now If the world
Is Ireucht rous God is true. There Is no
record of any aucrirtce the world ever
made for the benefit of loan. Trace all
past history to lind a Nazatltlsh Car
penter dying to perpetuate worldly ideas
uud worldly method. Hut Ood looks
down upon sill stricken man and woman
the parents of u coining people and
said "I will help yuu. You huve violat
ed the law that said "The soul that
siiuioiti shull die." My son shall die in
your place that you might not perish
lint have everlasting life. So Ond
spared not His own Son but delivered
Him iii for us all. Ho died the just
for tin- unjust that He might bring them
to Ood. And having thus wrought Ood
looks upon men and says".My field for
labor is all about you. You have u
home., intensify the comforts and hap
piness of that home. You have a father,
honor him und crown his declining
days with a halo of reHpect and love.
KVKKY MAN A HHOTHT3R.
You have a brother, reveal in yourse.
the spirit of (he brother. Then beyond
this in wiil.r spheres of uuefulntsj
Ood calls us not Into buichanaliaii re
veilles bill into pure social relations
where seeing 111 every niuu a brrotlier we
are to seek by contuct to lift up Into a
higher comprehension of life. Ood
marks out lilies of friendship. Not the
ma liner of unrighteousness but of right
eousness. Ood culls uslnto work not that
which simply pampers lust of tlesh uud
eye but to rescue the dying, to snatch
them In pity from sin und Hie grave.
Ooil calls us into honor, not that which
places uh ut the head of earthly fuasts
to be anpluudcd uud Mutteivil, but the
lienor of continued solisliip the feast of
a good conscience and the banquet of a
rii;ht nml clean heart. Ami fur all our
service Ood w oiuliirl'ully pays lis. "How
shall, lie not with Jesus Chlrst feebly
give us nil tilings. " For in the giving of
Ch.rist He has given himself und the
giving of Himself Implies the giving of
ull of Himself us the greuter Includes
the less, so all that Is In Christ and
Ood goes with the gift for all things
are yours and ye are Christ, and Christ
So then we are culled Into a
service of honor and glorious remunera
tion. Not to the exhausting of ourselves,
not to the belittling of mini und wo
inunliod, but to great exaltution and
dignity. To mountain height of moral
power uud possession here, and to con
stant recognition of Increased growth,
nnd still more glorious recognition uml
honor in the Kingdom of Immoitul
glory for there It shall be sukl. "No
man gave unto Him but Ond on the
throne of eternal ugos shall recognize
us as his children and shall confess us
His before the saints and angels ttnd
shull say of us "Come ye blessed of
my Father Inherit the kingdom pre
pared for you" for how shall He not
with Ilim freely give us ull tilings.
ARRESTED AS ACCOMPLICES.
Two Colored .lieu Who Are Supposed
to It now About Joliuxon Itohhcry.
Kugene Huff mid Hilly Wilson, two
colored men have been committed to
the county Jail by Aldernnaii Howe us
accomplices of Oeorge Lander, who
robbed the Oriental club house lit Ouk
ford court, during the absence of the
proprietor, William Johnson Thursday
Land er was Janitor of the club house
and upon being left alone Thursday de
cided to speculute a little on his own
account. He disposed of some of the
furniture to Huff and then gathering to
gether about $:ioo worth of Johnson's
clothing nnd jewelry, a mandolin, revol
ver, gallon of whisky nnd several other
nrtlclm) skipped out. whither no one
It was learned that Huff and Wilson
were around with Lauder dur
ing Thursday and It was sus
pected that they knew where tile
goods hud been disposed of. They were
arrested und are being held hi the hope
of forcing them to disclose the where
abouts of the plunder.
Huff siiys thut he suspected thut there
might be something wrong ubottt the
furniture deal und us soon as Johnson
returned Informed hlin of w hat his Junl
tor had done, thus showing him thut
lie hud no criminal participation in the
deal. Hoi h Iip tuid Wilson stoutly deny
thut they know anything about the
case further than thut Lander sold Huff
some old furniture und they helltd
carry II to Huff's house.
Wilson says that Johnson's club house
Is a crap and poker joint and as he
Hummed It up himself "a house of
THE LORD'S DAY AT
CAMP JOHN GIBBON
Concluded from Page 1.)
through the ordeal first at 7 a. m. a
favorable hour, as from 9 o'clock until
evening the heat has been Intense.
While thl evenins there occurred the
exhaustions mentioned In the foregoing
Surgeon Fulton Is highly pleased with
the absence of any organic illness. Hot
weather or not, he says the men will
return home stronger and better for the
While the ofllcial returns show twenty-nine
men absent from the Third
Brigade, the Thirteenth contributes but
one absentee. This Is declared to be a
technicality which can be righted,
showing the regiment one hundred per
cent, strong. The Ninth has twelve ab
sentees. Not a little turmoil was caused In the
Thirteenth and Ninth regiments about
10 o'clock in the morning by the unsuc
cpssful effort of Lieutenant Jessup.
commander of the guard, and a squad
to capture a sweat board gambler. He
wus u colored man uud wus operating
his game on the river bunk, where he
was surrounded by a crowd of colored
rooks and servants of the Till. -entli
When Hie guard swooped down on
them the sweat board man eluded ar
rest by hiding In the bushes. Six of the
players were captured; two of them had
started to wade and swim across the
river at a shallow point, hut returned
when threatened with revolver shots.
Kx-Oovernor Beaver's son Hugh and
Fred. Sliipp, of Harrisbiug. assistant
state secretary of the Y. M. l A., ure In
charge at the association's tent, which
is located just at the end of the brigade
camp und alongside the Thirteenth.
The Ninth, of Wllkes-Barre, held its
services there this morning; the Thir
teenth dispensed with any.
ARRIVAL AT CAMP.
It was a tired, weary and bedraggled
body of men that tumbled out of the
curs at Lewistowa Junctluii at 5 o'clock
yesterday morning. In ull the curs
there hud been certain jovial spirits
who did not. want to sleep and
Were just as considerate of others.
But eveiyune seemed to expect that
sort of tiling and submitted to it rather
than huve their olijectiuiis bring forth
a perpetual teasing by the night
hawks. It hud Just broken daylight but that
did not permit of what was really an
inspiring view later in the day. All
that could be seen wus a dense fog In
a long winding vulley whose depths
were known tu contain a fully equipped
camp for neurly 10.000 men. The order
"right forward, fours right" was given
and the men marched thut was ull-intu
what seemed a huge cisitein of vapor
but to eventually lind themselves in the
Lut-r it was different. As the sun
broke over the east, the clouds of fog
lifted, the wet stubble dried und
It whs seen that Hie cump
wus located in u spot which
seemed to have been created for
that one special purpose. In u broad
valley lined by rullimr hills, covered
with forest on the north and with cul
tivated farm laud on the south Is u mass
of tents sheltering the thousands of citi
zen soldiery, i in the "shoulder" of the
south or farm land hills is the division
headquarteis directly opposite the
brigade. Down the valley a hulf-mlle
away is thu camp of the First brigade,
and still further, ubotit a mile from
the Third brigade Is the First. On the
left of, division headquarters are sta
tioned the three batteries of artillery
and as many tnxips of cavulry.
PLOSK TO THE KIVKli.
The Juniata river winds and squirms
its way In seml-cilvular form down the
valley enclosing the three brlguiteH,
whose tents lie almost within a stone's
throw, of the water, while the division
headquarters on th" hill cuiiimulids u
view of all but the First brlgude which
Is located nearest to the town. A more
delightful and picturesque locality could
hardly be conceived, and from o prac
tical point of view the headquarters' hill
und the broad plain ait'oid splendid op
portunities for ull kinds of lnanouvct
Ing. From the time the Thirteenth arrived
here until noon yesterday there was
hiuch to be done towards inuklns things
snug und shipshape. The morning wus
wholly given up to thut kind of work,
burring the half-hour consumed In su
lutlng the colors which were hoisted on
a towering Hugs toft on the headquarters
hill ut 9 o'clock. Tills ceremony was
an Inspiring one, the three brigades on
the plain below faced and saluted the
stain and stripes while a suJute of 1!1
guns wus tired by Battel y B located
midway between the camp proper and
the tlag. Surrounding the llagstufl
were Adjutant Oenerul Stewurt com
manding the governor's stuff, und .Major
Oenerul Snowden nnd statt.
DICMAND FOR 1CF-.
An Instance of the greed for luxuries
wus Illustrated about 10 o'clock yester
day iiiuming w hen u lucky farmer with
a load of third-grade mud-pond ice ar
rived In cump. He filtered from the
left of the brigade line, which Is occu
pied by the Thirteenth, and nad no
sooner reached F street, the first, than
his vehicle was surrounded by a horde
of oilieers and men of the rank and file
who stripped the wagon of Its contents.
The farmer protested in vain against
the robbery. However, he received
ample pay for his property.
Yet nobody Is wanting for the neces
saries of life, each company competing
with the others In setting a good table.
I'p to Thursday night the advance de
tails which began to arrive Wednesday
practically ran things to suit them
selves in town. The locnl constabulary
wus made to preserve order and Gen
eral Snowden ordered the Lewlstown
company into active self ice to provost
the town. The result was that six
young and turbulent American citizens
in blue uniforms were landed in jail.
They were released Friday noon.
Surgeon Fulton and Assistant Sur
geons Parke and Keller prescribed for
over a hundred stomachaches, cramps,
and kindred complaints before noon of
the first day In cump. None of the cases
were critical, most of them arising from
the hard night's ride, cur sickness and
absence of the accustomed kind of warm
NOTES OF THECAMP.
Wlllln m Hiiime, of Scrunton, wus In
cump Saturday and dined with the ofli
cers of Company C.
Private Blgelow. of Company K. has
been assigned to clerical duty ut division
headquurters during the week.
"Senator" .Meilulniiess, of Company B.
Is the manager of a team of uthletes
which has posted a challenge to play base
bull, basket ball or foot ball with uny
team hi the brigade for money or fun.
Captain Btlll well, of Company A, was of
ficer of t lie duy Buturduy; Lleutenunt
Sample, of Company H, was officer of the
guard, nnd Lieutenant Benjamin, of Com
pany II, was supernumerary officer of the
tieneral Gobia complimented, Major
Barnard, who commanded the Thir
teenth's advance detail upon the xcelleat
laying out of the Thirteenth's uump,
which Genral Gobin suid. Is the beet In the
To Sergeant Crisman, of Company G,
belongs the distinction of having per
formed the first surgtco-dental operation
In camp. He is a dentist and pulled the
aching tooth of Private Rice, also of
En route to camp Julius Poaner. of Com
pany II. was brought aboard the train
at nioomsburg under arrest. He bad
been missing from Scranton for several
days and a detail, consisting of Corporal
Connolly and Privates l.unnery and Juu.es
Motr, was sent after hlin.
Company B headquarters is equipped
with an electrical connection with the
company's comlssary department at the
opposite end ot the street. The connect,
ins wires are buried In a shallow trench
and through this medium Captain Kara
bock can signal for almost any desired
thing or oltlier at the other end of the
line. The construction work was done by
William F.rhart, of the Scranton Illumin
ating. Heat & Power company, and a
member of the company. A. T. R.
CHURCH NEWS NOTES.
Rev. llr. Pnrsons. a West Side local
minister, occupied the pulpit of Jackson
Street Baptist church last evening.
Rev. W. O. Watklns. of North Main
Avenue Baptist church, preached an
eloquent sermon In the morning on
Rev. E. L. Hulley, professor of Greek
In Keystone Acudemy, preached morn
ing and evening in Petin Avenue Bap
Rev. Joseph T. Smith. D. I)., preached
morning and evening in the First Pres
byterian church. It was his last Sab
buth In Scranton for the summer.
Lieutenant Nellie Greene, of the Vol
unteers, was stricken Saturday night
with a severe attack of illness. She
was much improved yesterday, how
ever. In the absence of the rector, Rev.
Rogers Israel, the services at St. Luke's
church yesterday were conducted by
Rev. Edward J. Houghton, usslstant
Rev. William F.dgur. of Providence
Methodist Kplscopul church, preached
a stirring sermon in the evening on
the subject "Morality Versus Chris
tianity." Rev. W. B. Wuller. of New ltochelle,
N. Y.. filled the pulpit of Green Kldge
Presbyterian church morning and even
ing. He is a former pastor of the
Preaching at the morning services In
Green Ridge United Kvangelical church
wus done by Rev. M. I. Jamison, who
also conducted the quarterly commun
ion service in the ubsence of the pastor.
General Secretary Oeorge G. Many
conducted an Interesting meeting at the
Young Men's Christian association at
3:45. In the absence of Prof. J. M.
Chance, the music was In charge of
At Grace Reformed Episcopal church
the' pastor. Rev. George L. Aldiich,
preached In the morning on the lirth
of a series on Christian annul. The
subject yesterday was "The Shield."
His evening sermon was on "The First
Rev. W. J. Ford, pustor of Green
Ridge Baptist church, preached two
eloquent sermons; the one In the morn
ing being on "The Secret of Happiness,"
und that of the evening on "A Dis
The ufternoon and evening services
in the Volunteers' tent on Linden street
were led by Miss Drupcr, of Sing Sing,
N. Y.. who is gifted with an exquisite
voice as well as a manner which wins
affection for her from every person she
meis. She is an earnest und persever
ing worker In the cause of Christ, and
both meetings yesterday were suc
cesses. Rev. James McAndrew will have
charge of the chapel ut Luke Ariel for
the summer. Mass wus read in one of
W'c bate a new Open Stock
Pattern, pretty and not expen
sive, best Porcelain, purple
and green flower decoration,
loo-picce Dinner Set, $12.00,
or yuu can select such pieces
as you need, add to at any
time and replace breakage.
This is not the only pattern
we carry in open stock, as we
have ii) others. Every grade
from the cheapest to the Gnest.
MILLAtt & PECK,
134 Wyoming Ave.
"Walk in and look around."
COR. WASHINGTON AVENUE AND SPRUCE.
Arc now Belling their Tan and
Summer Weight Shoes at u
Cash Cut Price Sule.
Men's Regular $5.00 and $S.50 Tan Bal
Men's Regular $1.00 Tan Bal., now
Men's Regular $3.50 Tan Bal., now
Men's Regular $2.50 Tan Bals., now
Ladles' Regular $3.00 Tan Bals., now
Ladles' Regular $2.50 Tan Oxfords,
Misses' and Children's, Boys' and
Youths' Tan-Shoes at a very, low price.
the oottares there yesterday by Rev.
Father McAndrew and, week ago by
Rev. George J. Lucas. D. O., of Dun
more. The Catholics who spend the
summer among the pines there have
decided to build a church costing $2,000.
Architect John A. Duckworth will draw
Have your corns, bunions, chilblains
and Ingrowing nails cured at E. M. Het
sel'a chiropody, hair-dressing and
manicure parlors, 330 Lackawanna ave
You should have seen
this advertisement a week
ago, but we were too busy.
At last we have found
time to go over the stock
and reprice it. Reprice
with us means reduce.
Reductioa on our prices
means well, it would
mean ruin if we kept it
up all the year 'round.
Genuine signed Etchings
on plate paper. Art
stores say $1.00 for these.
Here's a rare chance.
Real water colors in gilt
frames, with gold mats,
For the dining room, nat
ural colors; look good
enough to eat; size 20x24.
A big picture for a small
On ground glass, in gilt
frames and the whole to
Facsimiles, with wide
mat; the mat alone is
worth 25c. What do you
say to picture and mat for
Portrait, a good likeness
in black and color,
42E Genuine hand painted
floral studies, size 14x22,
these to go for hist what
the canvas and stretcher
Then there's a lot of eas
els; style after style, from
the plain oak to the fan
ciest white enamel. They
start at 38c, but you will
certainly want this one.
Real oak and well made,
We have a number of at
tractive mouldings that
must go at once. To
make it an object for you
to bring your pictures
here to get them framed,
we have, decided to re
duce the price on these
mouldings one-half. Now
bring your pictures in
while these last. We are
ready for you; will please
you and save you money.
303 Lackawanna Ave.
NOW IN FULL BLAST.
Former Price, $7.
$8, $10. $15. are
now selling at
Former price $15,
$18, $20, are now
You make no mistake in buying
these Suits. They are Urcut Bar
gains. Clothe Hettera8.Fi
OUR STOCK OF FURNISHINGS
Ii raried and .xtenilv.. We have Mtlifactlea
lo .trie, qu.lity and prio for every man and
boy in tewn. We try to give better Mr Tic.
thai oT.ti.eUe. We do giro better goods.
Pros ia iid Bet acquainted needn't buy un
let you wish. We want yoc to know .
M. P. M'CANIM, Hatter
aos WYOMING AVEMUE.
Others are euttlnx on Btraw Hats. Our
have been cut all jmoii. KNOX AUBNCY.
THE BEST STOCK
IN THE CITY . .
Wit th Newest.
AIM the Largest
Porcelain, Onyx, Bt:
Eilvcr Novelties In Infinite Varlatj
Jewelry, Watches, Diamondi
fl. E. ROGERS,
ewelerand -, . , .
w.tchm.k.r. 215 UchnaflQi Si
WORTH RAKES THE MAN
And want of It, the fellow." So, too,
clothes help make the man and want uf
them the savage. To be well dressed not
showily is a lauillble anplration and the
one difference between the American av
ae and the Amerlcun gentleman. You
will lind our stock aUequttte to suit the
moat fastluMoun. We solicit the honor of
416 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
anufacttired at the Wapwallopen Mills,
Luserne county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BEL.IN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
11S WYOMINU AVENUE. Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Building.
TH03. FORD. Plttston. Pa.
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