Newspaper Page Text
ijrew-w -v-p, -wr,; -; r,rs;,, ija'V '
nv?!iaKi. v ct
1 " ' ' .
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 190!.
PUBLIC RECEPTION BY WEST
Atldiessca by Hon. W. Halt Apgnr,
of Trenton, N. J., and Dr. W. S.
(Weaver, of Wilkos-Bane Dr.
'.Heerninns' Xocomobilo Damaged
by Tire Farmer McNulty At
tacked by n Bear Sisteis of Beth
any and the Misses Sander Enter
tain lively Runaway Notes.
One or the youngest fraternal otgnii
Izatlons which litis gained u foothold in
!Vcst Scrantou is the AVest Side nss-ni-bly
No. 391, oC the ltnyal Society or
Good Fellows, and this prosperous
youngster gave dm first of n scries of
public entertainments Inst evening In
lied Men's linll, which was attended by
si largo assemblage of mcnibein and
1 Heads of the order.
The feature of the event was an ad
dress by Hon. AV. Hart Apgor, of 'fron
ton, X. J., vice premier of the order,
and one of the highest ollielnls In the
ranks nf the Uoyul Arcanum. Ho is
no of tlio best known fraternal society
men in the United States and a speaker
of marked ability. Ills address was
i lilefly along the linn of the benefits to
be derived from fraternal Imuirum-o,
and his remarks were interspersed with
a number of pood stories, elovcily told,
which keiit his audience In good humor.
The other speaker of the evening was
Dr. AV. P. "Weaver, of AVllkos-lJarro,
who took occasion to refer to lite friend
ly feeling which oxlsits between the
jncinbers of fraternal organizations in
Seranton and AVIlkoK-Parre. and inci
dentally lciuarkcd that while Lacka
wanna (ounty is Mother Luzerne's
youngest child. Seranton is one of the
best known cities in the United States,
lie took occasion, he said, to inquire,
in Chicago, St. Louis, Denver, and
many other cities in which he visited, If
people in these places had ever lie.nd
of AVilkes-Paire. Koine had. he said,
but when ho made the same Inquiry
about Scrantoa, it seemed as though
they were welt acquainted with the
lCleclrle City and its progressive people.
His speech was well received.
Supreme Deputy William Liiiney, of
North Seranton. was also pioi-ent and
explained the aims and objects of the
order to a large number of inquirers.
Atiorncy Henry A. Fullei, of YVilke.;
Tiarre. who is a member of the commit
tee on laws, was on the programme for
A Daily Reminder
You will not lie disappointed in
Dutour's Tar; it will rclloe tint
Cough and Cold in one night.
t'OR BALD DY 0. TV. JENKINS.
an address, but he was unavoidably de
tained nt homo.
AV. W. Davis was chairman of Hi"
evening and pieslded with case and
grace. The entertainment wan provid
ed by Garfield Davis, Thomas Abrams,
Fred. L. Robinson, Frank Heck, Ste
phonMoDonough and Miss Anna Mor
ton. The programme Included instru
mental and vocal selections, all of
which were generously applauded.
Refreshments wcte served during the
social hour by the entertainment com
mittee, which was composed of Arthur
T. Stover, chairman: Frank Heck, Lu
ther Thomas, Garfield Davis ami
ThomnH Stephens. The assembly has a
large membership of well-known West
Scrniiton young men.
Street Car Incidents.
One or the Imported conductors on a
Washburn street car was struck on the
head yesterday afternoon by a stone,
which was burled at him by some un
known person, while the car was tun
ning along West Lackawanna avenue,
near the Delineate. Lackawanna and
AVeslorn railroad crossing, and the con
ductor was severely injured. The vic
tim bandaged up the wound as best he
could and received medical attention
when lie reached Ihe central city.
A little girl, whose name could not bo
lenrned, alighted from a car on Wed
nesday afternoon at the corner of West
Lackawanna avenue and Ninth street,
and was there surrounded by a large
crowd of chlldien. who called her a
"scab," and chased her down the hill
to Kighth street, where a number of
boys caught her ami maltreated her,
tearing her clothing and frightened her
almost Into hysterics. She was rescued
by a number of men and the crowd
The Misses Sander, of West Kim
Mi t, entertained a large circle of
It lends lasL evening at their home with
n parlor niuslcale and social. The af
fair was held in aid of the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church talent fund
and proved to be a delightful social and
The house was tilled with guests, who
responded generously to the invitations
sent out, and all enjoyed the entertain
ment provided. A silver offering was
taken at the door, and the ladles in
charge report a substantial addition to
their talents. They wen; heartily con
gratulated on the success of the undertaking.
A horse owned by George t'aisoii.
ami driven by a young man named
AVilliam Frantz. ran away on South
Main avenue yesterday afternoon, and
before the driver could gel the animal
under contiol, the o.nllt was on the
hill Just tills sld" of Taylor.
In his mad tllght down Main avenue,
tin; horse knocked a. boy named Kshle
man tiom his bicycle, and when the
victim was taken to his home on Hock
street and a physician was called, it
was Irarned that he hail nthtatned a
compound fracture of his leg.
The horse Mistained slight injuries
and the harness and carriage were
somewhat damaged. Young Frantz
Think of These Things
The well dressed man will not sacrifice comfort
and appearance, merely for the sake of economy. In
fact if he is prudent, he will figure it out that there
is no economy, wheu any sacrifice has to be made
for the sake of a saving in price only.
But Prudent Men
Will not object to saving money provided there is no
sacrifice in quality, style and ccunfort, and it is to
such that this advertisement appeals.
Men's Correct Furnishings
Used to be confined to the exclusive men's furnish
ing stores. Today we have a men's furnishing
department within the store that equals in complet
ness and excellence any stock to be found in any
store in this city, and tlie price inducements are such
as to warrant any prudent man in giving us a trial.
Do You Wear Fine Hoisery ?
Look at these on Saturday. Men's tine Cashmere
Half Hose in tan, black or natural grey. "
plucklly clung to the reins, and had
his arms severely wrenched, but other
wise escaped Injury.
Called Out the Fhemen.
An unusual ilro occtiired last evening
nt 7 o'clock when an ntnitn was sent
In fioni box B3. nt the corner of Main
avenue and .lackson street. The Humes
Weie discovered in it shed In the I ear
of Or. H. A. Heermans' residence nt the
corner of Seranton and Tenth streets,
where the doctor keeps Ills locomobile.
II seems that when the physician put
his machine In the shed he neglected to
turn out the light on the gasoline bur
ner nnd the Maine Ignited the wood
work of the body and burned n hole
through the seat, destroying the cush
ions and setting lire to the shed.
When the llrenicn responded to the
I'larni seat in, they exlngtilshed the
llames and saved the doctor's locomo
bile from total destruction. As it war,
the lire damaged the body to such an
extent (hat a new one will be necessary
before the machine can boused again.
The engine, tank and boiler were not
damaged, but the loss will amount to u
temple, hundred dollars. The damage to
the shed was of little consequence.
This is the second misfortune Dr.
Heermans lias met with since lie be
came a horseless-cariago operator. The
first one he bad aboul a year ago, when
l-.ls machine ran down an embankment
in the yard while lie was learning to
operate it ami was damaged consider
ably. Tle second mishap has not dampened
the doctor's enthuslnsm, and he will
soon be seen again enjoying his favor
Other Horse Escapades.
One of the horses attached to the
Columbia. Chemical company's appar
atus slipped and fell on South Main
avenue, yesterday, while being exer
cised, and slid along the pavement for
some distance, being dragged nlong by
the other horse, which also fell, before
they were fully under control. The
harness was somewhat deranged, but
no serious damage resulted.
T. Fellows Mason's horse also slipped
on the South Main avenue pavement
yesterday in front of Br. J. .1. Uob
erts' house, and in falling broke both
shafts of the -wagon.
The best 40c quality for.
Our Underwear for Gentlemen
Kmbraces every thing there is in that line ou the
market today from the best manufacturers the world
over, lixtra si.es for stout men. Prices for
thoroughly reliable qualities from
Comfort in the Night Time
Can best be obtained in an easy fitting night shirt,
with lots of room in it. Fine Musliu or Out- CAr
ing Flannel Shirts in all sixes. 65c ones for -JvIC
Otir Latest Line of $1.00 Shirts.
OUr New Winter Store Stock.
Oiir Matchless Neu) Neckwear.
And OIip Newest Sulell Hoisery.
Mine Accidents Yesterday.
Thomas 15. James, a miner, employed
nt one of the local shafts, while holding
ii prop yesterday for his laborer to
force into place with an axe, received
a blow from tie a.o on his thumb,
which smashed the member in a hor
rible manner, air. .Tames Is thus forced
into compulsory idleness through the
David Lewis, aged 2l! years, sun of
Mr. and Sirs. Arthur Lewis, of 1S13
Swotland street, employed as a. driver
hi the P.risbln mine. war. squeezed be
tween a ear and the "rib" yesterday
and sustained severe injuries. No
bones weie broken, however, lie was
attended by Dr. W. A. Paine.
Republican Club Meeting.
AV. :. Thayer presided at the meet
ing of the West Side Central Republi
can club last evening in the absence of
President l'.eene, and William Jamie
son acted as secretary. The trustees
of the club were instructed to ascer
tain what arrangements can be made
tor new quarters in Meats' hall build
The seci clary and tieasurer were in
structed to furnish the club at the
next mooting with a complete state
ment of their financial condition. The
reports aie to be made at a special
meeting ol the club, which will be held
next Thursday evening, when every
member is requested to bo present to
decide on the proposed change.
Sisters of Bethany Entertain.
A fair sized assemblage gathered in
St. David's Episcopal church last eve
ning and enjoyed the entertainment
programme piovidud by the Slsleis of
Kethnny. The rector, Itev. K. .1. Mo
llenry, presided and the programme
was ai follow.-:
Piano solo, Jllss Ttoso Smith: recita
tion. Miss Mary Dorsey; iccitation,
Miss Xaonii Ciiitmhs; solo, MIs-s Dollle
Thomas: piano solo, Miss Hughes;
solo, Miss .Maud Morgan; piano solo,
Miss Atkinson; recitation. Miss Mar
garet Powell; recitation, Miss Flor
ence Mooney; recitation. Miss May
Doi.-ey: piano solo, Miss Itoe Smith.
That Hetatn tho rood and Kcfuso to
Digest It, Mako the Head Heavy
nnd the Nerves Weak, Need
Stuart's Dypepsla Tablets.
There Ii n cure for dyspepflu. tiuf
feicrs who have tried noxious nostrums
will probably bo skeptlcnl. but skeptic
ism vanishes when Stuurt'fl Dyspepsia
Tablets tiro tiled. Whether the troubto
CELEBRATION or THE CLEBKS
St. Xeo's Entertain.
A huge delegation fiom the Crystal
uclal club, of Plttston, were enter
tained by the membeis of tit. Leo's
Dattulion lust evening In St. David's
hull. Dancing was enjoyed for sev
eral hours, alter whiLh a luncheon was
served In St, Leo's hall. The music
was furnished by Prof. John'-on and
Miss Kato Ileal don.
The committee in charge of the affair
Included Thomas Lnngan. William Gll
loy, Frank Oilroy, Joint Shuuglinessy,
James ,Jlf Donotiyh, and Patrick Mc
Andrew. The Plttston folks returned
home at an early hour this morning.
Attacked by a Bear.
John .McNulty, of Foster, was en
gaged in hauling a load of puik to town
yeiitddiiy morning for JJuteher Heed,
of Jackson street, when ho was at
tacked by it bear up In the Notch,
When the bear discovered pigs in
the wagon, Mr. Uruln overlooked Mc
Nulty and helped himself lo his till
of meat, Meantime McNulty had se
creted himself in a placii of safety,
and when the bear had all ho wanted
and .sauntered off, the frightened far
mer resumed his journey. The loss of
the stool; was trilling compared to the
fright suffered by McNulty.
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
John S. Jones, ot Archbald street and
Sturm avenue, father of Druggist D, M,
Jones, of South Main avenue, is ser
iously 111 ul his homo and his recovery
Poor Dliector Samuel Williams', ot
North Main avenue, caught a nli kerel
nt Muplowood yesterday which Weighed
four pounds and two ounces. It was
one of the lurgest tlsh ever caught In
Fred II. Lintuu, of .South Main ave
nue, lias loturncd homo from nit ox
tunded tour through Kiiglaud,
Plumber O'Neill, of Meredluu btroet.
is recovering irom un attach of typhohi
Mrs. II. II. Itarnes, of 3H North He
bci'fii avenue, was tendeied mi agree
able KUipilse party last evening by u
largo number of her ft lend.
Marshall Darling, of Chestnut street,
underwent un operutlon on his foot yes
terday, wjileh was performed by .Dr. F,
C, Hall, He was injured during tho
war, and suifered wore or less over
fclnou from the Injury.
The members of the various commit
tees having charge of the arrangements
for tho coming Patriotic Order Sons of
America, fair aro lcipiested to meet In
Washington hall Sunday afternoon at
Is dyspepsia of long standing, or mere
ly a simple ease of Indigestion, relief
Is prompt and pronounced. The less tho
ti nubia the fewer tablets need be taken.
Henvlness after eating, sour stomach,
as Indicated by belching, fatigue with
slight exertion or with no exertion at
all, disturbed Bleep, nervousness, con
stlpn.tlon, depression, "blues," these
things can commonly be s.et down as
symptoms or dyspepsia. And dyspepsia
l& merely Indigestion In tut aggravated
By piomotlng pet feet digestion. Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablet produces strong
nerves, restful, refreshing sleep, pure
blood nnd good sound healthy llesh.
They make the skin clear, the eyes
bright, the mind cheerful.
Stuart's Dyspepsia. Tablets ate a
medicine and more than a medicine.
They digest the food and make it easy
of assimilation, and they relieve the in
flamed, diseased condition of the mem
braneous linings and the glands of the
stomach ami bowels. They help the
digestive, organs over the hard places,
and put them into a. healthy, active
condition. They effect a quick and per
manent cure. You don't have to con
tinue 'taking them forever, still it is
well to have a box handy and take one
at the first return of the tiouble.
Perfectly well people are made sick
by eating too much, or unwholesome
food, but not if they take a tablet after
eating. Treatment with Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets does not necessitate
dieting or any change of hublts. They
digest the proper food and act upon the
other kind in such a way as to make it
pass off quickly and harmlessly. You
may eat and drink what you like, when
you like, and as much as you like if
you take a tablet afterwards.
Stuart's Dyspepsia. Tablets are sold
by all druggists at CO cer.'ts for lull size
Send to F. A. Stuait Co., Marshall,
Mich., for little book on stomach dis
eases, mailed free.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
George Lewert Seriously Injured.
Eell Off a Church in Old Eorge.
Kennedy Brothers in Jail.
JONAS LONG'S SONS,
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
George Leweit. son of Mr. and Mis.
John Lewert, residing at 411 Willow
street, met with a serious accident yes
terday that will lay him up for many
The young man who is in the em
ploy of Mulherin and Judge as a car
penter has been working on a church
in Old Forge for some time and was
engaged limbering the roof. He missed
his footing In some way just befoie
the noon hour and fell heavily to the
ground, a distance of over twenty-five
feet. Assistance was at once rendered
the unfortunate young man and he
was picked up in a semi-unconscious
He was removed to his home as
speedily as possible and medical aid
summoned. Dr. Albert Kolb was
quickly In attendance and after thor
oughly examining the young man
found that he had sustained a frac
ture or tho left ankle, a bad cut over
the left eye, besides numeious bruites
on the body and limbs.
Kverything possible was- done to re
Hove his suffering and at a late hour
last evening it was stated that while
bin condition was dangerous his
wounds weie not considered fatal.
The Kennedys in Trouble.
There was trouble and lots of it In
the Twelfth ward yesterday and as a
result tho well known Kennedy Broth
ers are in the Alder street station
house. It appears that the brothers.
John and James Kennedy, of Prospect
avenue, had imbibed somewhat over
tho result of tho election and after
having a good lime piocceded to their
home where they commenced to play
football with other members of the
The relatives did not appieciato the
game as the broihets played too rough
and were olf side and' near the foul
line nearly all the times and they ap
pealed to Patrolman James Qulunnn
to stop tie Kanio. lie took Patrolman
Charles Weber along to help quell
the dlsiurbance but the only way to
accomplish this was to lock up the
They will lie given a hearing befoie
Magistrate Christian Storr this morn
ing ou a charge of nsi-ault mid battery
and dlsjrderly conduct.
The Defenders Won.
The Defenders met and defeated tho
SuiifOt basket ball uluu In a fast mid
Interesting game lust evening which
was played before n large audience in
St. John's hall on Slouo avenue, Tho
score was IS to 0 In favor of the De
fenders. As a side Issue a laughable game was
played between a clown team and a
picked nine, The clowns were got up
ill giote-que costumes and while none
of the plays wore In nn way sensa
tlonal they ptoved osirontely amusing.
NUBS OF NEWS.
Tt.8 imml'Ok of tin l.oyjity ilili awl ili.a
fiifiils jic ni'iioiiid to Ic ivirut ji tl.e i ul.u
iwrlin; thl ovinli.y. Jibs hms, tlio itiie m-i
Uljiy ot llitt aijcHutioi), will J'Mie tin in
Tlurc will t'C .1 bjiccl.it n'fiiv -it llic ioin nt
tui.iliy .ificiuoon, U'sliiult.,' Ilia r.i'Ol. of jTJjti,
led lij Mis. A. I liuit.
l'rc!i lih. oy. and .IjW JJlly at b'linilo't
DMiLvt, 51't O'Lr uychu;.
At ilia Youn; I'tvpU'i, nifCiiufT o' U'e IIM."!
siui't Ctfiiun I'lttbylerUn ilaavn '" tvciili.(f
t ftivy pillow iloiiatc'l y ll I.on!u blatter
w (luiuc'l utt tur tlio I'cnult ol Hie mw iUU
A itcuLir nicclms ot the lUnnony oii'-i will
be held this 'ciiiiic In tlio ' i'UcJi ' l'J,-B
bjacmcnl. on l'io-'Cct jemif.
Tin jiiumlo intmbris ol tlio Srunluii A ik-tio
dull held i'cr(Itci anj turning jdiwl in Ai'ilell.
lull Ut CU'lilC
Cluik'j Ki'lUiiiuii, tt'io Jt ucUJ a' ibo ii.
ljtn( of IVtcr KjiIuiIo on a iluigc f a-.c,lt
vj jjlwn a lituilnj befoie JfjjUtrate Stoir ,u
tuui .Mul let off en lujniuit ef iot.
.lol.ii lllanoi, of JlJpIc llf t, u liuiitnij ! t'P
' 'nit. 'I l.liu'iuut.
It Was Held Last Night In the Au
ditorium and Commemorated the
rlvst Anniversary of the Organiz
ing of the Clerks Speeches Made
by Hcv. F. S. Dallentlne, John H.
Scvlnc, Common Councilman Jos
eph Evans nnd Hugh Frnync, Or
ganizer of the American Federation
Tho member of tho North Scrnnton
lodge of the Itelall Clerks' Internation
al Protective association celebrated the
llrst annlversaiy of the lodge's organi
zation last night In the Auditorium,
with a. banquet served by the Ladles'
Aid society of the North .Main Avenue
Covers were Inld for over a hundred
nnd employer and employe sat down
side by side to enjoy the bountiful re
past Avhlcli had been ptepnred. Hrlef
addresses weie made by llev. V. S.
Hallentlne, rector of Christ's church;
John II. Devlne, of the Central Labor
union; Common Couuclhnan Joseph
Kvnns, of the Second ward, and Hugh
Frayiie. local organizer for the Ameri
can Federation of Labor. Those pres
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kdwatds,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Frayne, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Itenjamlu. Mr. and Mrs. P.. A. Stevens,
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Dlnmiiek. Mr. und
Mrs. D. S. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George
II. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.WllIlam Chap
pell, Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Kennedy, Mr.
and Mrs. George A. Mulley, Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Chnppell. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Lewis, Mrs. H. Butler, and
Mrs. V. It. Datten.
The Misses Lulu Dolan, Margaret
Ilealcy, Dorothy Burns, Dora. Davis,
Edith Davies, Alma Iticliards, Clara
Wells, Mary O'Maliey, Bessie Kdwards,
Jennie Field, Elizabeth Hawkins. Alice
Devers, Margaret Purcell, Jennie
D'lliira. Xellie O'Hara, Mary Boland,
Kttthryn Murtaugh, Maine Lynott, Nel
lie Haggerly, Anna. Walsh, Martha
Thomas, Gwendoline Thomas, Laura
Gabriel, Maine Kvans, Lvdla Fairer,
Anna Daiifers, Violet Daiifers., Klta
Danvers, Caroline Kelsllng, Mabel Har
rison, Sarah Bees, Miss Kdwards, Julia
C. .Martin. Mary O'Brien, Bay Owens,
Mac Morgan, Ksther Jones, Alice
Kvans, Mae Powell, Anna Kvans, Car
rie Hoff. Klizabetli Phillips, Mable
Malso, Ada, Alexander. Kdith Bichards,
Marlon Owens, Annie Morris, and Wil
Messis. K. J. Loflus. W. M. Penrce,
It. J. Bichards, II. C. Smith, T. C.
Davis, Thomas Clarke, E. J. Haggerly,
Cecil Davies, Theodore Kvans, D. J.
Evans, Panicle Purcell, Frank J.
Clarke, I'. A. Carroll, P. J. Haggerly.
M. Murtaugh, B. K. Walsh, W. V.
Morgan. Henry Hartshorn, Thomas
Campbell, James- Laird, B. JI. Oster
hout, F. W. Piekerins. Edward P..
Matthews. Isaac Mills, G. A. Bigelow,
Simon Melavas, Jacob Berghauser. jr.,
Edward Tatern, Charles Beers, Joseph
Krokoskl. II. Burgunder, T. J. Thomas,
Bert Powell. P. J. Martin, John McKeu
zic, John Pritchard, Wallace Mosor.
Thomas Davis, Thomas Lewis. Will
Meredith, Thomas Owens and Archie
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
The I'rackerjacks will play the South
Side Defenders, champions of Lacka
wanna county, at the Auditorium this
evening. A good game is looked for.
as the Defenders are one of the fastest
teams in the state.
Henry Caldwell, father of Dr. Cald--well,
of West Market streut, has re
turned to his home- in New York.
A drawing for a iiuilt for the benefit
of tlte widow of David G. Hughes will
be held ou Monday evening, Nov. 11. at
Michael J. Koran's hotel on Putnam
The Delaware and Hudson Coal lom
pany paid its employes at the Von
Storeb, Dickson, Marvlne and Leg
gctt'rt Creek collieries yesterday.
A tegular meeting of Stationery En
gineers' union, No. no, will bo held at
Leonard's ball this afternoon.
The Alpha (lama foot ball team will
play the Herkimers of Green Bidge, at
Sanderson's park this afternoon.
Charged with Smuggling Chinamen.
liy Kccliblr Wire fiom 'I lie Associated I'rcsi,
nufljle. Nor. 7. -fiunt Householder, .i li.uk
nun. W.1S am-Jcil tod.i., ilurcod illi fniuasllns
('hliuincn from CuihIi. IIoiwhcMi r lud fim
( "bitumen in ilir luil. ulitn ariuitcif.
A SENSIBLE MAN
U'cuM use Kctnij HjIsJiii for (lie Throat auJ
Lures. It ii cuvlntf moro Couslis, Coldj,
As'.lm..i, llioiidiill;. Croup anl all 'fin oat ard
tuns Troubles lli.ni nny other medicine, 'flu
prnpilctor lias authoilzcd any diusfgiit to r,tu
j on a Sample Pottle I'rco to cominco ;uu o the
merit of (hid (treat icincdy. Price 23o. and M.
Academy of Husic
M. ItUS, Lewiec, A J. Duty, Maniscr.
TWO Wl.l.lv, CMMMUM IM,
Honclay, November 4.
In a llepriloiie nf I pdo.p.ite 1'Ijj.. Open
mi Midi J Ills Sicnli I'loduetlori o
An Innocent Sinner
t nifi VMiimixr vcr. i
I at lojil ot Spul.il sum,
l'i . ' - - ID, "0 and I'll n'liH.
JlitliieevIO ai.il -JO i nits
AI.P, G UKHlllSftTOS, Minitrr.
r'lir.fji, friday unit Mtuid y,
.Vn. rth, Dili and 'it'.
'JIid UL' IIcjuij fchw.
Mme. Lillian Nordica
Tne WVtld's Crjatct Count Mnjcr.
ill!, OM.i: HMMONS, PUimt.
Iii (onnt't'tloii ultU the fourteenth
concert of Tho berauton Symphony
Orchestra, Theodoit- Weinberger, Con
ductor, at tiie
New Armory, Scfa,ito,i, Pa,
Thursday Evening, Nov. l'l, 1001.
planum op.iK j i. I'.mull't Mu if Mule Tliuiv
daj. Sol. Till- l'l" "
THE people have promptly recognized that this great
business is conducted broadly in their interest, nnd
so phenomenally successful has its every movement
been that people everywhere have come lo regard "The
Big Store" as their favorite trading place.
Are one of our useful methods of supplying people with
worthy goods at little prices. Here is this week's bar-
Sale No. 1
Begins Promptly at
Those who value time as money .fill
bo here at two o'clock nharp thin Fri
day afternoon when our ffrent base
ment Hloro sale liewlns nntl those who
will appreciate oxtiaortllnary imrsalns
will have the opportunity of u life time
to buy housekeeping kooJh lor Utile
jirlecs; this tcllB ot them. Head every
Table Tumblers: Imitation till;
regular worth lc. each, hale
Kitchen Tea Ppoons: Look llko
silver. On Friday u set of bix rj n
Hrcad and Butcher Knifes: "Well
made, with kooiI steel blatles; valuu
T, cent.t and 1'J cents each, bale
Oitlcanb.eil Ash Pans: 'With bale handle and side handle; hall'
bushel size. Price
Clother. "SVrinBers: A 1 quality, vith white rubber rollers; vul-QQ,
canlzed on the shaft, regular worth 1.50. Sale price "OW
Table Knifes and Forks: Willi imitation earabolu handles; AHf
value 73c. set. Sale piice, (J knifes and forks for Tv C
Tea Saucers: One special lot slightly imperfect, bale price, f
Orey Enameled Steel Tea. Kettles: 5-quart size, value toe. FrI- PQ
(lay, -ltfc, S-quart size Jlr
Grey ibiamelod Steel Dinner Jucket.s: Oblong shape; regular Sftn
worth 51.00. Sale price OVC
Grey Steel F.namcled Pieserving Kettles: One and one-half ql.
size. Price each
Sale No. 2
Begins Promptly at
so many uses that they should
Merit Method Price Saving these
In brief, have been the means of bring
ing hundreds of dress goods buyers 1o
this store, and if you will take advan
tage of Friday's offering you will cer
tainly agree with others in saying that
Jon.m Long's Sons is tho best dress
goods store in town. Hero is the bar
gain TOO yards of Heavy Tweeds, 80
inches wide, especially suitable for
making -walking skirts they come In
plain tolors and stripes also a special
lot of all-wool Scotch Suitings ,1 inches
wide in checks, plaids and plain colors
regular width is y.", cents a yard at
this hour today buy them OOn
a yard , '''
Great Combination Sale of Percales,
Outing Flannels and Ginghams the
quickest, easiest way for thrifty house
wives to make a money-saving Invest
ment is to come here this Friday after
noon and take advantage of this offer
Inn tlio goods offered are suitable for
he of interest to all. Price aerj.
Ladies Outing Flannel Skirts and fhildrens' Outing Flannel Dresses
there is a present need of these garments and every woman can't spare
the time to make them and even If yon could you couldn't nu.iku them
for as little cost as you can buy them for hero today the skirls are
trimmed with rullle. The childreiis' dresses have tiiinined yokes come in
sizes one to l years choose any at this hour ou faccond tloor, OAr
for, each 6,t'
Ladies' Flannelette "Wrappers here is
somu and well-made 'Wrappers. They
an excellent olferlng of hand
have deep llounee skirt, and
waists are finished witli shoulder caps a regular $1.00 wrapper Oo
tids hour ::00 of them on sale, on second lloor, for eaclt m jt
Sale of Shoes this is a sale wln-ie you can buy dependable shoes for the
lowest prices ever known in Seranton the qualities .ire the best, the styles'
he newest, the price savings moht cxiraoroiuary. women a uuunii aim
Shoes, tegular Sl.M to .$1.7." values fur
"Womans' llutton and Lace Style Dougol.t Kid Shoes, patent CI JO
and kid tips, llexlble soles, regular 51.0S Millies, price a, pair.. f
Buys' and Girls' Solid Kid Skin. Calf Skin and Hox Calf Shoes with
solid oak tanned leather. Shoes, ltcgular $l.-& shoes. This hour pjc
LACKS One of the
gains in Laces ever oifereil to the
public, Friday afternoon at .'! o'clock
Point de Paris Luces with Inser
tion to match, widths from 3 to q
i) inches. For one hour only.. '
lUBHONri lis. - "-hi. t-"-1 uual
ity, all silk and satin gro-Rraln Itlb
luiiire. :md 21..'. in. All silk striped
Taffeta and plain Taffeta Jtlbbons I for
In all colors, worth 13c. to 25c. q
Friday lor one hour only vk
SOAP Kirk's Ho&o Heuuty Gly
cerine! Soap, 7 oz. bar, regular
price, 10c. Friday for one c
VIOLKT TALCUM POVYDKP.
Indispensable for Infants and tor
us-u after shaving: regular size tin
can alwavs sold for 5c, each. Fri
day for om hour only. - noxes b
Sale No. 3
S.VL13 OF C'o.MFOUTAIILF.S-lIverv
housekeeper prefers Sllkolllie CnmfoiiS
to most any other kind. They look
nicer und are more tlull'y and not so un
handy to handle. Those wo olft r Fri
day are covered with fancy llgured
Silknliue ou one side and plain color on
tint other. Tim lilting is pine, clean,
white (.otlon, Regular worth is on.
$i.:'.-, each. Friday, each "'
HOYS SUITS--Ono hundred parcntri
inn buy the best made mils cur of
fered for anything llko today's b.ugaln
price wisli there wore u couple hun
dred more Sail In the offering, wo
could sell tlieni all. so be on hand to get
llrst pick. Tin-' are made of all-wool
cheviot, neat plaids and checks; mo
doiible-lire.islcil style, well lined
throughout; the pants lmvu taped
seams and suspender buttons; nlsso 7
to l.-. years; price a suit this ct aq
1. .,,... r.n cunml III, I"' 4IVX
i, 1,1,1 "I, -..-"."
(See Window Display.)
4M U OF ItoCKKHS Tills is an olferlng of Conthieiiia style lUnlurs,
with toll saddle seal, closely insei -i.. pp. ' ; ;n. "'" ' .40
laiied .'run A woiiuiTiiuu (.' e.., v......
Begins Promptly nt
lianel and shapi
tFiinilturo Stoic -I''ourth Floor.;
lVinni-Iliin Is ill) IlllVlillg of OlIIUIKll AVi
Sale of Wall Paper-neio is ,u '""',,'""."" '",.
,.,, ., umill h Ze 12X1. ll'l'l. Ill'' IMIn'l'H "'"I" ir.-.-i I UJU" "I cue iittt.
. '.,l..,.,,nn" ' .... iimJ .aner. and hi y.ilds of liorder lo mulch. Tll.io
lie iiia'i.y patterns to ilioo-i' liom, and the cost to maUe a inmii
took ires'h, new and clean Is only
Wall Papers on Third Floor.
Sile of farpets--Now, .Mrs. Houi-ekcepei, lis up llmi room .if yoius that
needs a now carpet. Today's iipportunliy may never be repeated, lleio
t Vh- ro' Just sixty mluutceii this l.'rliluv wo will sell on .tho ct(,
third lloor, all wool Hmi'ii tfuper Insr.ilu Carpets for, u yard J1-
iinn'a wveiiiii'' Shirts Tills Is an offering of ;i(nl Itluck and AMute
Striped Shirts utth double fronts it ud
price. Today buy them for, each,...
come in cxcclleni pit ileum and coloring
Alen'a OutliiB Flannel Night Shirts, large, loomy garments; well made
. it.-, lit .ivioilliinl ii-i Hoi iiu -itiil i . ill ni lin All Kfv.lS. j
I'llce em ll
&iv is their usual inn
Advertisers of Facts Only.
Jonas Long's Sons