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XHU SCKAiNTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1901'.
THE MODEItN UAnDWAnE STonz.
During the months of
July find August this
storo will closo Saturdays
If our friends who do
their shopping Saturdays
will observe this notice
confusion nnd disap
pointment will bo avoid
ed. Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. Washington Ave
Attractive Warm Weather
Clothing for Little Ones
'The roolctt ami mnt eomfnrtahlf vMts
ind turxK llsht in fishi, jrt hulnc
little wool, The nu Night Oownt fflr
sultry nlRht, Little Drc.vf. .lackcU n.l
Cent In the daintlMt iookt mitcrlala.
InfanU' Outfit for June a rpciUlty.
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce Street.
Telephone or mall tn a potl to call at jour
home anl o,uote priic en laundering any quality
or kiwi of lace or sash cuitalns. Itcsultj guar,
I Social i
3 W Guernsey's Bible class hold a
reunion and social in (Sueinsey hall last
nlclit. Some twenty members were
prefent. and after n bountiful tep.ist
served by William Jianley, toasts 'veie
responded to by several of the mem
bers Ucnj.imln lnns, the tnastmas
ter. leferied in his romaiks to the le
velopment of the class during the fif
teen years he has been a meiuhei. The
following toasts weie tosponded to: II.
M. Kimble, "The Class History;" K.
W Cluernscy, "Cl.iM" Futuie," and '.
W Bryant, "Our Teai her." Benjamin
Jeifrles pave a humorous recitation.
The social ended with a few nppioprl
ate remarks by .1 W. tiuernsey.
The home of Mrs. Margaret Bntke, of
Stone avenue, was the scene of a pretty
wedding last evening, when Mrs. Bot
ke's daughter, Anna, was united in
mairlagc to Fied Saar. The ceremony
was pet formed in the piesence of a
tew relaties and Immediate friends, by
Rev K, Schmidt, pastor of the L'huich
. of Peace.
The bride was becomingly attlied In
steel grf eige, with applique trim
ming, and was attended by Miss Alice
Fer.ne and her sister, Miss Uzzlp Botke.
The groom was attended by Fred
Xeahr and Jacob Saar. At the con
clusion of the ceiemony a bridal sup.
per was served anil congratulations ex
tended to the happy pair.
Miss Kthe! Plpher. of Chestnut sticet,
entertained the T. F. C club at her
home last night. After playing games,
delightful lefreshments were served by
the voung hostess Those present weie
Misfes Daisy Claik. I.lllle Hates, Dollle
Thomas Maud Thomas, 1'thel Plpher
and Hattle Davles. The club leadei,
Mifcs A ilcox, was also pie3cnt.
J J. Thomaj has relumed (rnn a isit to
.lohn ' Ro(he, dneitoi of public work, spent
part of . eidjj n li.utal lake.
Deputy .Mirrcy iiinil Tied KVliz left
Cterd.iy tor the I'n-Aiucin m rxpojition.
Atloiney II. M. Mieetcr In. cone to Chejrnnr,
Wjomins, whcie he will .(.end the next thice
Mils Lelia Mihoii, a rtinlrnt at I.oik llaten
N'ornul Hlmnl, W .penilins the summer nation
at her home on 'Ihird utiert. ,
ldaid Lanslry li.u been called to Tomnlo,
Canada, on a liu.ine tilp and will tIMt the 1'an-Air-nun
.xpoMiion on his letiiui.
Mr and ln. .1. W. Miepheid, of ,M'i damj
t-rnuF left w.tcidiy tor U .MiKClcr, Cal. Thev
will spend a two months' hnlidiy on the Paiifte
coatt and on the Ihnkv mountain.
Mr and Mu. A Markle and children, of Hale
ton, lumhed at tin Jnrmn jrteidiv on ihelr
way to Wane rnuntr, where tiny will tpend a
portion of the tuimnrr
A ,1 tollmrn, e-c , leairs todiv for Pomert
county, where he m11 tomnirow deliver two
July 4 orations, cne at the tuunty keit and the
The world over makes tho
price. U you deslie the finest
on the maikct we can supply
you. If you want GOOD QUAL
ITV. but not the highest grade,
we can supply that. AVe make
a speciality of lliuil OBADi:
medium priced lines. For In
stance, we have lino Boneless
Sardines for 2."o and other
brands at 35c difference In
price caused by quality of fish.
We also sell Imported Sardines
for 19c, Just as large tin but
not boneless. Look Into the
matter carefully and you will
find that It Is Just as wo
claim best goods for least
money. Our delivery system
extends for miles In all dltcc
tlons. Kindly order early.
E. G. Coursen
ftther it the riirlhln little lwn, "Viwthtr.
lie will iptnd t nciK In the county.
GOLF AT THE COUNTRY CLUB.
ricranton and Wllkos-Barro Men
Will Play July 4.
There will bo a -rolf match at tlio
Country club on tho nftenioon of tho
Fourth of July between teams repres
entlnB the Wyoming Valley Country
club of Wllkcs-narro and tho Scranton
Country club. The Scrnnton team will
be made up from the following F. C.
Fuller, T. H. Watkln. James Malr.
Jr., H. C. Sharer. O. U Watklns, W.
J. Peck, M. R Fuller, J. 1U Hrooks,
W. J. Torrcy, T. H. Brooks, and S. H.
Thorn will also bo a Imndlap match
open to tho members of both teams
for a silver cup offered by the Scran
Tho Wllkos-Rarro players will nrrlvo
In the mornlns and will be entertained
at luncheon at the Country club by tho
local players. At night there will bo
n concert by nailer's band at tho club
house and a beautiful display or nrc
works. m '
SITUATION IS BETTER.
National Officers Here to Straighten
Out tho Lackawanna Tele
M. M. Dolphin, president, and J. M.
Plerson, first vice president of Iho
International Order of Railway Tele
graphers, who came to the city Mon
day to treat with General Superintend
ent Clark, of the Delaware, Lacisa
wanna and Western company, legard
lng the grievances of the Lackawanna,
telegraphers, spent yesterday confer
ring with local ofllcers of tho tele
graphers' union with a view of secur
ing what evidence they may have to
substantiate the claim that tho ten
telegraphers recently discharged weie
discharged because of their activity In
This Is the first and principal griev
ance. When the national ofllrets took
the matter up with President Trues
dalo and Supeilntendcnt Clarke, It
appears, they were Informed that this
allegation was not correct and that
the discharges were due to causes
other than offensive activity In union
This, of course, raised on Issue, and
before proceeding further "the national
ofllcers had to have further meetings
with their men.
Neither Mr. Dolphin nor Mr. Plerson
would say nnythlng regarding the
probable outcome of the affair, but It
could be gathered from their general
conversation that the situation Is much
better than It was two weeks ago,.
PLANT GIVES SATISFACTION.
Court House Lawn Sprinkling Sys
tem Works Well.
After much testing, cxpoilmentlng
and adjusting, the court house lawn
sprinkling system Is now wot king s.it
isfactoilly. The Idea, while not new, was never
before tried for a purpose exactly like
this, and consequently there was not a
little speculation as to Its being suc
cessful. This speculation is now at vest. The
plant does its work well, and will prove
a big money-saved.
Janitor Hcrnbaker was the first to
suggest It to the county commissioners.
They hesitated some time about trying
It, but Unhlly had County Suiveyor
Stevenson figure It out for them. He
guaranteed it would wotk successfully,
nnd the commissioners ordered him to
go ahead and Install It. The whole
cost of the plant is less than $1,000. It
will do the woik that was usually per
formed by four men nnd do it much
RUNAWAY AT LAKE ARIEL.
John Simpson's Coachman Injured
and Outfit Badly Damaged.
In a runaway at Lake Ariel, Monday
afternoon, John Simpson's coachman,
Charles Tracy was badly Injured, his
team hurt and a wagon completely
Tho team ran away while being
driven back to Mr. Simpson's callage
from tho station. They turned Into
the woods near Ketchums barn and
dashed against a barbw Iro fence.
ARRESTED HIS "BUTTY,"
One Miner Charges His Partner with
Larceny by Bailee.
James Smith, of Thompson street
was held for court in $300 ball, by
Alderman Ruddy, last night, on the
charge of larceny by bailee preferred
by George Kusack, of 12'.!9 Lloyd street.
The parties worked at the same col
liery, Kusack being a partner of Smith.
When It came to settling up Smith, so
It Is alleged, retained $3 belonging to
In Photography Photographs Made
at Your Home,
For the benefit of ladles who may do
site to sit for picture, In a number of
different costumes without the annoy
ance attending the bringing of their
wardrobe to the studio Schrlcver has
arranged to accept a limited number of
appointments to pcrfoim the service at
Portraits made by a window, accord
ing to the new methods used by him,
possess a fascinating charm, unknown
to pictures made under tho light of an
operating room; besides, this photo
graphic Innovation permits tho Indi
viduality of home surroundings to con
tribute to the originality of tho cam
"Portraits made at home" Is n reign
ing New York success and the accom
modation is offered by Schrlcver, so
that Scrantonlans may not lack what
the metropolis enjoys.
Talk the matter over nt the Gold
Medal Studio or by 'phone.
Mahon'a Shoe Store
will be closed all day tomorrow, July
4. Open late this evening.
Open late this evening.
Try the new 5o cigar "Kleon,"
Ask for Information
It's a pleasure to answer any
question concerning our busi
ness. A letter from you will
receive our prompt attention.
The People's Bank
FROM THE HEAT
NUMEROUS OASES OF PROSTRA
Mrs. John Cawley, John Dawric k
Martin Hayden and John Chris
tian, the Infant Son of Mr. and'
Mrs. John Christian Succumbed to
the Heat The Highest Tempera
ture of tho Week, 08 Was Reach
ed at tho Weather Station at 4:30
Death and prostration followed In the
blazing path of the sun yestciday, and
the close of tho wannest day of the
warmest spoil of weather which Sctan
tonlans can lemember within lecent
years found that four perfcons had suc
cumbed to the terrible heat and numer
ous otheis had been prostrated. The
complete list of reported fatalities and
MPS. JOHN' CAWI.KV, (11J Drook ftreet.
JOHN IlAWrtlCK, MJS et Uckinanna aienuo,
MAtlTI.V I1AYDKV, 417 l'enn aenue.
JOII.V CliniSriA.V, of lther treet. the Infant
on ol Mr. .ird Mrs. John Christian.
MVI.I.S nimiO.NS, Sit., of -Summit avenue.
W. ! WKDIWIAV, of Delaware and llud'on
Mil.'. QUWVAN, of JacUon Ktreet.
Mfl. lU'lLKI), of Delaware itreet.
OKOnOM CIlOrtnCN. a Creek carpenter In I.ae!.a.
wanna lar nhoiu.
UNKNOWN" nill.l), treated at I-iikawanni hoa.
Mrs. C.iwiey was pinstrated by tho
heat Monday, and severe as the stroke
was, might have tecovcred had It not
been for the fierceness and power of
yesterday's fiery atmosphere. She was
well known In South Scranton and her
death comes as a sudden blow. The
funeral will be held Thuisday.
John Dawrlck was overcome .Monday
afternoon while working around his
home, slightly rallied and retired to
bed early. Yesterday morning he was
up and about the house, declaring that
he felt pietty well, but the heat of
the afternoon pt overt far too much
for his weakened condition, and early
after dinner he suffered n romniot
collapse. Dr. Hall was summoncil.l
but about r o'clock Mr. Dawrlck died.
He was "7 years of age and came to
America from Cornwall, Kng In 1SS1,
since which time ho lived In West
Scranton. He Is survived by his wife,
three sons and two daughters, James,
of Washington, D. C; Thomas nnd
John, Harriet and Mary, of this city.
The funeral announcement will be
Martin Hayden, aged 3.", employed
by his brother, Thomas Hayden, pro
prietor of the United States hotel, 417
Pnm avenue, died fiom the heat at 10
o'clock last night.
He was about his work as usual dur
ing the day, hut at supper time com
plained of exhaustion from the heat
urn. shortly afterwards gave up and
took to his bed. Ho continued to sink
until the collapse came.
John Christian was the R-months-old
child of Mr. and Mis. John Christian.
Of the other victims Jones and Chor
ros were the most seriously affected,
the former being still unconscious at
MORE THAN A MATCH FOR IT.
As warm as Monday proved itself to
he, nevertheless yesterday -was of an
even more tropical nature. A slight
breeze, which blew at lntetvals, par
tially softened the power of the fierce
blaze and many pet sons thought tho
day, on tho whole, cooler, or rather, for
cool Isn't the ptoper word to be used in
speaking about the weather of late, not
as WHini as Monday's climatic condi
tions. However, Local Forecast Official
Claike stated that It was, and tho fig
ures on his theimomeler, wot king bus
ily In the observatory on the Connell
building's roof, showed that he knew
whereof he spoke. The highest tem
perature attained was OS degrees above,
which is the season's lecord and was
reached at 4.30 o'clock.
On tho central city sttecte the heat
was almost stupefying and dazing in
Its effects, and the tenlble inys shot
down with untelentlnsr fierceness that
caused numerous cases of heat pios
tintlon, some of which may result
Thermometeis along the business
thoroughfares recorded the heat as be
ing around the 100 mark all day, and
there was one scorching, blistering
period at which the big thermometer
In front of Phelps' drug store tald that
It was 105 degrees in the shade. At
noon the official theimomeler iccoided
94 degrees, which meant about Otf on
tho pavement below. At 1 o'clock It
was still 31. at 2 o'clock and 3 o clock,
SC, and nt 4 o'clock, 97, going up to 98
during the next half-hour. As early as
7 o'clock In tho morning It was 90
A SLIGHT BREEZE.
A very slight breeze prevailed dur
ing the afternoon, however, and this
partially softened the violence of the
blaze. About 5.45 o'clock pedestrians
who felt a thin spray began to hone
that tho rain which has been due for
somo time had at last arrived, but
thero was no such luck. A slight
quantity of moisture fell for two or
three minutes, evaporating as, fast as
It struck the heated, sun-baked pave,
and soon subsided, leaving not the least
signs of its occurrence.
'Besides the fatal prostrations men
tioned above thero were numerous oth
er cases reported during the day, and
at all the hospitals facilities were In
creased for taking caro of the heat
tictlms. Great quantities of cracked
Ice were constantly on hand, and Ico
baths ready, for the relief of the un
fortunates overcome by the fierce rays.
William E. Jones, of 117 North Hydo
Park avenue, was ono of those who
suffered most severely.
He is an aged man of 65 years and
had done no work for some time, but
yesterday oftcrnoon his brother, who
Is employed at the new dam being con
structed near Mooslc, sent for him, and
he began work there. The hot rays of
the sun proved too much for him and
ho swooned away. He was .brought
up to tho city and removed to the
Lackawanna hospital, where his con
dition was found to be very serious.
The prompt aid afforded him will, It
Is hoped, result In his recovery.
George Chorros, a Greek carpenter
at tho Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railroad company's car
shops, was prostrated yesterday morn
ing and removed to the Moses Taylor
hospital, whero h6 was reported to be
In a very serious state all day, with
a slight Improvement during the night.
Mr. Huyltr, who lives near the cor
ner of Delaware street and Monsey
avenue, Green Ridge, was overcome by
the heat and fell In a faint while
walking on Madison nvenue, near Del
aware sticet. He was removed to his
homo and the Lackawanna hospital
notified, When the ambulance arrived,
however, his family stated that he
would be attended to nt home.
MHS. CAWLEY'S DEATH.
Mrs. John Cawley, of fi!2 Brook street,
died yesterday noon, after being pros
trated by the beat of Monday. Mis.
Uradberry, of 1318 Hampton street, re
ceived treatment yesterday for pros
tration from Monday night's heat.
Myles Gibbons, sr., of Summit nvenue,
North Scranton, wns another of yes
While sitting on the front porch of
his lesldence yesterday morning the
heat proved too much for him and he
suddenly fell over unconscious. He was
carried Into the house nnd restoratives
applied, with the result that he rested
comfortably last night. William L.
Weddlgen, tho Delaware and Hudson
ticket agent, was also confined to his
homo yesterday by prostration, nnd to
the list of hospital cases Is added that
of a child, name unknown, who was
brought to the Lackawanna hospital
yesterday morning, suffering pitifully.
Brute animals felt the heat tenlhly,
and throughout the day many an un
fortunate horse went down like a log
under the pitiless, unrelenting blaze.
Nearly all kinds of outdoor work had
to he abandoned yesterday. The men
employed on the North Main nvcnuo
pave desetted In batches during tho
day and by 2 o'clock a force of fifteen
wns all that was left of the 160 tho day
The city employes on the repair of
streets leqttcstcd permission to quit,
and It was granted by Director of Pub
lic Works Roche. He further ordeied
that until this fierce spell of heat Is
over, only such work as Is absolutely
necessary be performed.
WEATHER FOR MONTH.
Weather Observer Clarke has com
pleted his summary for the month of
June and this shows that the highest
temperature of the month wns 94 de
grees above, which was attained Juno
29, while the lowest temperature, 46 de
grees above, was registered June 1.
There were only ten clear days In tho
month, fourteen partly cloudy ones and
six genuinely cloudy days.
The average temperature for tho
month was 69 above, which Is a te
markably equable nnd mild average
temperature for the month, which Is
pretty generally considered to bo tho
period which ushers In the summer.
The balance of the report Is ns follows:
Station, Scranton, Ta.; Month, June, 1001.
Date. Max. Mln, Mean, talion of day.
1 67 43 M .11 P. Cloudy
2 72 4' M .:i" V. Cloudy
3 t.T 4'J S') .00 Clear
4 75 47 01 .f) Clear
5 hi 4H f'i . .il Clear
II 3 fi.1 7rt ,:ii P. Cloudy
7 71 Wl fit .i Cloudy
m M 5" T P. Cloudy
0 fit) 47 53 .! Cfear
in 71 4 60 .11 t'leir
U sO hi m .() Cloudy
12 ffl ) 7.1 . Clear
U S"i 61 7.) ,V1 P. Cloudy
II S2 M 72 .Hi Cloudy
1", 74 y fil .00 Cloudy
1 77 S 66 T P. Cloudy
17 73 St ril .00 Clear
13 77 61 (11 .00 P. Cloudy
10 73 J2 fl'i T P. Cloudy
20 7 Si 6i T P. Cloudy
21 ., ?. hi 71 .00 P. Cloudy
2 M 67 7? .1VI Cloudy
21 81 R2- 72 .0i P. Cloudy
21 81 SI 7.1 .00 P. Cloudy
2. 33 67 72 .00 Clear
26 91 67 70 .00 P. Cloudy
27 M fN ffl .(HI P. Cloudy
23 01 63 SO .03 P. Cloudy
29 01 63 PI .00 Clear
30 02 71 SI .00 Clear
Mean. ...W 63 6'1
Mean atmospheric pres.ure, 21.00; hlchest prrv
Hire, S0.2O, date tlth; lowet pressure, 29.76, date
2-lrdi mem temperature, 69; hlghed temperature,
94, date, 21th; lowest temperature, 46, date, lt;
greatest daily range of temperature, "', date, 5th;
leant dally ranie of temperature, 10, date, Mh:
mean temperature for this month, 61; pieiailln;
direction of wind, southwest, 28 per cent i total
moement of wind, 4.R1D mlle; maximum e!o.
city of wind, direction and date, .16 miles per
hour from the tct on the 22nd (lo he taken from
any the minute record), total precipitation, 1 S.I
inches; numher of dajs with .01 inches or more
of precipitation, S; total precipitation (in Inches)
for this month, 1 S2; numher of clear daj, 10,
partly cloudy dajs, II; cloudy dajs, S. Dates of
fmst. Unlit, none; heay, none; killlne, none,
mean relathc humidity, 61 per rent i dates of
thunder ttorms, 2nd., 6th, 7th, 10th, 2th.
I. II. Clarke,
Local Forecast OfflUal.
Solid comfort horse hat, now all the
rape. Should have been Introduced long
since. It brings comfort to horses, en
ables them to work, saves them from
the deadly stroke of Sol's dreadful
rays. To bo had at G. W. Fritz Co.,
Mahon's Shoo Storo 328 Lacka. Ave.
will be open late this evening, to ac
commodate their customers for July 4.
The popular Punch cigar 13 still the
leader of the 10c cigars.
ii That Make
ii Men Cool
There's a noticeable differ
ence even in the outward ap
pearance of Knox Straw Hats.
That difference means greater
head comfort, more style and
mote hat economy. Rough
Hats, S3; Split Hats, S3 and
Other good hats, SI. 50 nnd
REMOVE YOUR COAT any
hot day anywhere if you
wear one of our Negligee
Shirts with cuffs attached,
Madras or Cheviot, SI. 50 and
THE WHITE NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS are as popular as ever
coolest looking summer
shirts worn, SI.OO, 31.50.
Some new plain colors here
WT WW99ntnmm nrwi w
MISS WARD, HOWEVER, IS NOW
TIED WITH SHERIDAN.
Tho Hardest Working Contestant
Took n Day On -Anderson of Car
bondale Brought in tho Moat
Point-The Contest la Not Yet
Half Ore r.
Standing of Contestants. I
TABLE NO. 1.
T If this vru the lilt day, these would wini T
T 1. Meyer Lewis, Scran
ton ... . 474 JL
Z 3. Henry Schwenker.
South Scranton... 3iu
X 3. William Miles. Hyde
Park lH 4
I 4. Garfield Anderson,
Carbondale 100 4
5. Kiss Wllhelminn.
Oriffln, Providence 88 X
Z 0. Au trust Brunner, jr.,
Z 7. R a y Buckingham,
X 8, Miss Norma Mere
dith, Hyde Bark.. 73
TABLE NO. 2.
How miny of these will he In Table No. T
1 un mo nosing aayr
f 0. Miss Vldn. Pedrlck,
Clark's Summit . . 62
10. Frank Itemmerer,
11. David O. Emery,
Wimmers, Fa. ... 35 f
12. Arthur C. Grlffls,
13. W. H. Harris, Hyde
Park 23 f
14. Miss Minnie Wallls,
15. E. J. Sheridan, Haw-
Icy O T
10. Miss Jennie Ward,
17. Robert Campbell,
Oreen Ridge 3
Yesterday proved to be a rather
slow day In The Tribune's Education
al Contest, only three contestants
brlru-lrifr In points and no changes In
position to be recorded. Schwenker
brmiRlit In two points, Anderson seven
nnd Miss Ward one, the latter now be
ItiR tied with J3. J. Sheridan of Hawley
for fifteenth place.
The contest has three more days yet
to run before It Is half over. There is
plenty of room for ambitious young
people to enter Its ranks; no others
need apply. A contestant befrinnlnpr
today with seven yearly subscribers,
counting 84 points, would have a first
class title to sixth place In the contest.
A full desrlptlon of the enterprise ap
pears each morning on the fourth page
of The Tribune or a letter addressed
"Editor Educational Contest," Scran
ton Tribune, Scranton, Pa will be re
sponded to with a handsomely illus
trated booklet, or a set of subscription
blanks If you are desirous of partici
pating In the contest. x
Order of Services That Will Be Ob
Christ Episcopal church at Forest
City, of which Rev. J. E. Broadhead
R. E. Prendergast
Manufacturing and Retailing Stationer,
20? Washington Avenue.
CdEF"Ii you don't believe It,
WE GARRY THE LARGEST LINE
Of Office Supplies and Blank
Books in Northeastern Pennsyl
REYNOLDS -:- BROTHERS,
General Stationers and Engravers, Scranton, Pa.
: Oils, Paints and Varnish t
Maloney Oil & ManlifacUiring Company,
J 141-149 Meridian Street.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 216 Lackawanna Ave.
Is rector, will bo consecrated next
Tuesday. The oider of services will
be as follows:
10.30 . m. Consecration.
Tien her, "lev. Henry !,. Jonei, II. f ,
Iteitor of St. htephen' rhurrli,
7.30 p. m. HunlnK t'rajer nrl Arldrew.es.
"Mone G'hiirehe nnd Church Stone."
Ilev. V. It. Ilitenun, "lector Chuuh
ol the flood Shepherd, cranton,
"The Church n Great MIlonarv
hoiiety," niht Itev. Kthclhert
Talhot, D V.
When you want some
thing to satisfy the "inner
man" nnd don't know Just
what, look through the
choice nnd toothsome va
riety of appetite tempters
CJ we show.
ft Every pound of our can
rj dy is ns fresh and delicious
if ns candy can be made
it fresh every day.
X Chocolate Italian Creams
JJ Pineapple Fruit,
g Yiolet Creams, k
per pound M
v regular price J
Worsted Suits, to Order,
$15.00 and Up
Kin? Miller, Merchant Tailor,
For Ladies and Gents.
435 SPRUCE STREET.
The Largest Line of Stationery and
Office Supplies in the State, Out
side of Philadelphia and Pittsburg,
but the Host Complete Line.
We meet every want you have
either in stock or made to order.
come In and look around.
There is a time for all things
30 it is said. Just now it is
time to buy your Wines from
us aud save money. Our
HAUT SAUTERNES AND CLARETS
Arc the finest in the land
considering the price we ask,
: flrf Goods Center.
:: This Week
New Duchess Braids
;; for lace makiug.
Brlarenc for fancy f
f shirt waists.
I Your Inspection Invited f
I Cramer-Wells Co., 1
130 Wyoming Ave.
That leads to cool comfort
means wearing our Straw
Hats and Negligee Shirts,
"A Gentlemen's Furnisher."
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
Is always excusable, when It may b
Every owner of real estate carries
responsibilities that do not appear In
his accounts, yet, they are imperatively
The opinion of on attorney upon the
security of your land titles must b
backed by your own assets.
By tho payment of a reasonable fee
you may shift this liability on the
ft. 'A. Vatrc9, President.
A. Ii. UcCllnlock,
It. A, Knapp. V.-rre.
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finish, heavy mould
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lower shelf, graceful
French shaped legs
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