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THT5 SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901.
NOTICE TO WE PUBLIC.
Complaints having come to us
that persona soliciting work In our
nnmo have In some Instances kept
the umbrollas and In others done
Inferior work, wo desire to state that
wo havo no representatives on the
road whatevor. We will call for
your work on mail order only.
Scranton Umbrella Mfg. Co.,
M. Silverman, Prop.,
313 Spruce Street.
Must Be Bought
ml In our ni.iBiilfli nit 'tmk nf I'inPIir.S v.u
Fil.VMKS Mm .up IhmiimI In liiul m.iiiy IhmiUUiiI,
rflkllu ami iiiiioirl.itc HiIiikh lor rhrWuiB't
A lnnl; at mir (.lioiv winiloHi will CHo Ju a
hlli.'lil jjci nf wh.it inn' "liiro tontiilni,
(More nirn i'rnlni;s.)
Jacobs & Fasold,
200 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
(FIoip upon rtrnlnirv)
f City Notes.
IMVfT. TOVtr.llT.-Tlip I'ailor i1js will con
duct .i il.mci' jt vii'l'i tonliiht.
COMPANY I) WH.I. Dlttl.l,. (Vimpany II, Tlilr
tPTitli infinliy, will liap ilrlll a- uual (Ilk cfii
Int; .il tin- iipw ainiory.
Tn.CllKHS' PAY IUV-TIii nife-lit -"Iinnt
tiMrlicrs can red lie their salaiy oriliM lomunnw
fmni hporctir.v Ti'llonx, o tlif peliool IkjjuI.
.it'nci: m:womii hwoh.n in. .lmiRp-picot 1:.
('. N'pwpi'iiili was ,-wnni In tti Wednesday uffr
Iiooii liy llii'oiilir of Died Kmil Uonn.
AT Itnsct'i: MISSION". I". W. IV.ur.i11, insist
nut vt.itp M'tut.uv rf .New Yolk, will ronil'ict the
niortiiij? .il tin" mission. Ill rr.inliliu airuur, to
iifelit. ntA.NK ,li:ilIY.V IX.ll ItUII Vi.ink .Irrmyii
wis run down mi l..tpkiw.imia :imiiiip liy an e
picw w.icnn on Wc'dnesd ly punlnir .mil Mistaini'd
II., I,. .1 . PY. All of the I..ici;.nv.inm
i.iilro.iil yardmen anil frcisht liouip employes wire
pahl pstenl.i., mIiIvIi ccinplitcn the pays In this
i My fur this weik.
ril.KD OATHS OF OFl'IC'K. lMnartl P.oilorici;,
mine inspector of 'he l'ir.-l ilwtriit, nnd Henry
Owen l'r.itherrli. inspect of the SYroml district,
recently re-appointetl, jestenhy tiled their oaths
vf ofhee Willi 1'rothonotari Copcland.
T;."AMIXI:R XMKD. In the equity c.w of
Citharine .. Willi mis against W. S. Smjthc ct
ul., JiiiIki! Arclikild, in United States court, ;
terilii. atipiiintnl us examiner Attorney ('. A.
Ilitlpnlipiir. Tho lieariiiK in the rase will lip held
on e'lid.iy, Jan. 3, Mtt.
xflCIAI. SK'SION-. I'lip painters of the city will
Imld a .-peei.il ses.i.m in Durr'.s Iiall Siturday
iiiirhl. when they will entertain the painters who
are ilelecitis to the lomcntion of tlie Atiicrii'jn
I'ul. ration of Lalior. All painters and iiusHt
luililiT.-i arc invited to attend.
wni:h'n.i:it pniiriY nniti:. m.icnn iviry, ii.c
famous Califoiiu i wri'Mler, is in the city, looking
fur a match with Professor Dwjer. Tip- will lit
1 1 ml tlie mindurs" Miiol.er at tin Scranton Hie.vcle
lull next Tue-div nijjit to show his skill and
piowiss, and any Heal wrestler who want-t to tij
liim out will ho wiliomed. Mr. Porrj" will liu
at (he Tribune offlip .it 2 p. m. Mondny to nieei
iiiiv one wla wants to arrant,-p for a liout with
Mr. C. S. Jncobs.of the firm of Jacobs
t Kasolil, Intprlor decorators and deal
pf.s in art Koods, at 208 Washltifrton
avpinto, returiiPd yestcrtlay from a loiifr
vllt a1iro.ul. Air. Jacobs, while away,
Mudiud the newest and host in det'ora
llons, etc, In I'.tris, Colon, London,
Dresden and Vienna, and placed Import
orders for many new and handsome
things for his firm.
Sensible Christmas Gifts.
The most appropriate and sensible
Kift Is nil odd piece of furniture. Hill
ft Connoll are showing some particular
ly ntti active chairs, tables, cabinets,
.ouches, book cases and desks.
Xmas Is Almost Here,
And we are ready to serve you at the
flit-Hate Art Shops, HOD Lackawanna
avenue. A framed picture Is most ap
propriate for a Xmas gift. A complete
ptoclt to choose from.
Angel Food Cake
As made by Ilanloy, is tlie standard of
excellence. There js a surety of purity
In all tho bakery products sold m 120
You Will Find
IA11 tlie latest art novelties at (ho tirlf.
fin Art company's, 209 Wyoming nve.
nue. An early visit will give you a
complete line to select from,
Pr. S. C. Snyder, doutlht, has re
moved to 128 Adams avenue,
I BOND OFFERINGS. I
X Spring Brook Water,lst Mtg.Ss I
t I,acka. Valley Elec, Light, 1st 1
Mtg, 5 s. I
North Jersey and FoconoMoun-
tain Ice Co., 1st Mtg. 5s, X
Standard Gas Co., 1st Mtg. 5s.
tehlghton Water Supply Co,. 1
1st Mtg. 5s. I
New Mexico Railway and Coal
Co., 1st Mtg. 5s.
Descjlj..jn and price on applU
CO Dioadnay, N, Y. -f
i-6 6 Commoimejltli niclj;, bcrantou, l. -f-
AT THE ARMORY
STREET CAB. BTBIKE SITUATION
John H. Devlne Was the Speaker of
the Evening and Addresses Were
Delivered by President John
Mitchell, President W. D. Mahon,
of the Street Car Men's Interna
tional Association and Three of
the Delegates to the Federation
There wan 11 mass meeting at tho
old Armory on Adams avenue last
night called for the purpose of again
enlightening tlie public as lo the ciiusi!
of tho street car strike and particular
ly as to the Interview of Tuesday be
tween Manager Frank Sllllmnn, Jr., of
tho Scranton Hallway company and V,
D. Million, president of (lie Internation
al Association of Amalgamated Street
Hallway Kinployes and John Mitchell,
president of the Mine Workers. The
last named two were appointed by the
convention of the American Federation
of Labor to make an effort to settle the
differences between tho company and
Its employes. The armory was com
fot tably filled, there being a large num
ber of ladles !n the audience.
John Devlne was the chairman of the
evening and after stating that tlie
meeting was for (he purpose of hear
ing something further about the trou
ble between the Scranton Hallway
company and Its employes and the
great Inconvenience that has followed
In Its unke. Introduced John Mitchell.
When the applause that had greeted
President Mitchell subsided he said lie
could speak to them but for a few min
utes for he had to go to Providence
to attend n meeting of the members of
his own craft, the miners.
"I don't know whether you were
right or wrong when this strike began,"
he said, "but I do know that the re
fusal of the Scranton Hallway com
pany to confer with you places the bur
den of the responsibility for this condi
tion of affairs upon that company.
'It has come to my notice that the
business men and professional men
have been building up an organization
with an Idea of breaking this strike
and breaking up this boycott of the
cars. 1 want to say on this occasion
for the 30,000 members of my organi
zation that they will not patronize
tho ears as long as the company refuses
to meet with its men or their represen
tatives with reference to this trouble.
"This strike means more than the de
feat of the men who ore now engaged
in it. I know that If the street car men
are defeated now some other organ
ization will be next selected as a vic
tim. I know not but that the mine
workers may be the one against whom
tho fight will be waged. This strike Is
not alone the strike of the street car
men. It is the concern of us all.
"The company has Its ctirs tunning.
It has them manned and if the busi
ness men and professional men of this
'ity think that their interests tire to
be best subserved by combining to
break this strike then indeed tire they
blind to their own Interests. If they
think the patronage of the Pcranton
Railway company Is the most desirable
thing for them to have then let them
have that patronage.
OPPOSED TO STRIKES.
"1 am opposed lo a strike until every
means of maintaining peace Is ex
hausted but when tills is done and the
workers have no oilier choice, I say
strike and when you do, strike like the
miners a year ago. Strike until you
win. As far as I can speak for the
wage earners of this vicinity they will
not patronize the street cars until the
Scranton Railway company meets and
confers with your representatives. The
fact that they refuse to meet you is to
me indisputable evidence that they
fear an Investigation; that you are
right and they are wrong. Keep up
this strike uhtll the company concedes
your right to confer. Keep It up but
be law abiding and I believe you will
win. I am told no mine workers has
entered a ear since the strike betran
and iis far as I am concerned not one
of them will until this strike is honor
Mr. Mitchell said that Mr. Million
would give them the details of the in
terview with Manager Sllllman.
SV. D. Mahon, president of the Inter
national Association of Amalgamated
Street Railway workers, was the sec
ond speaker. He opened his address by
reviewing the relations of the street
railway mpn with the local company
since tho strike of one year ago, le
ferrlng extensively to the nagging
which he iiIIcbcs the men were sub
jected to throuirh the desire of tlie
company to get even. With reference
to tho Incidents that led up to and fol
lowed the strike, Mr. Mahon said the
kind of arbitration offered by the com
pany could not be accepted,
INTERVIEW WITH SILLI.MAN.
He then told of tlie interview with
Sllllman, who, ho said, propounded a
lot of questions to them and asked
them to answer yes or no, Mitchell re
plied: "I did not come here to be sub
jected to tho tactics of any little police
court. 1 haven't stolen anything."
Mr. Sllllman declined to talk with
(hem as the representatives of any
labor organization, and when they
asked him to suggest some way of end
ing tho present trouble, lie said ho hud
nothing to suggest, and gave (hem (o
understand that the Interview was at
Mr. Million said they were willing lo
refer (lie whole mutter to a board to be
made up of one man selected by (hem,
0110 selected by tho company, these two
(o name a thlid. No matter what the
decision of this board was, (hey would
accept It as flnal,
Tlie speaker went on to say that this
Is (ho (IfilU oC organized eupKal against
organized labor, because (ho latter
means better wages and better condi
tions. He declined that tho business
men who are banding togedier (o break
(he strike ara (raveling 011 very dun.
Other addresses were made by S. n.
Niece, mayor ot North llaltlmore, O.j
Jerome Jones, of A(lan(a, CJa.; W. II.
Clay, of Petersburg, Va delegates to
tho federation convention now In ses
The New Quick Lunch Parlors
Will open Sa(urday morning, corner of
Wyoming ami Linden. Prices right.
Open 6 it. in. (o 12 m.
Waluce MacQuhae, Proprietor,
E. Sivelly Rood's Corsets
Can be had at reduced rates until Dec,
20. 311 Qulney avenue.
Merchant Tailors Asked to Bid for
At a special meeting of the Scranton
police foi co it special committee was
appointed, comprising John Sultry,
John Thomas, Kred Kurltis, Victor
Sartor ami George Jones, to arrange
for awnrdlng (ho contract to the most
responsible bidder among the merchant
tailors of tho city for making (ho pa
(rolmon'H uniforms In the future.
A number of merchant tailors have
Inferred that they would like to take
(ho contract, and the patrolmen have
decided lo receive bids for 'the work,
and the contract will be awarded (o
(he lowest responsible bidder.
Sealed proposals Tor making the
spring uniforms will be received by
.Secretary (lonrge Jones, and the bid
ders must base their estimate on (ho
best metropolitan police cloth, up-to-tlalc
workmanship, lit and finish. None
but responsible merchants are expected
to bid on the contract.
CLOTHES LINE THIEF.
Identified by Papers Which He
Dropped from His Pocket.
William Horn, a painter, residing In
Kressler court, was arraigned before
Alderman Howe yesterdny, charged
with stripping a line In Mrs. Rrown's
yard, at 114 Mulberry stree(, of some
In his ilight Horn dropped some
papers from his pocket, which were
placed in the hands of Detecdve Lona
Day, and through them his Identity
was revealed. A search of the ac
cused's house also revealed some of the
The prisoner denied that the clothes
found In his house belonged to Mrs.
Hrown, and alleged that his overcoat
had been stolen, from which the papers
had been removed. He waived a hear
ing and entered ball for his appearance
TRAINING SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Proposition to Limit the Number Is
Tlie nuestion or limiting the number
of pupils in the Training school Is
again being discussed by some of the
school dlrcctois, and It Is quite likely
that the matter will come up before
the board hemic lonir.
The directors who are agitating the
question favor the adoption of the plan
of limiting the number of pupils to the
twenty High school graduates making
the highest, averages during their last
year. If any of these do not desire to
adend the Training school, Il is pro
posed (o allow (he next highest to take
the places, but to limit the number of
pupils to twenty at all times.
The gradually Increasing number of
pupils at the school and the fact that
the demand for teachers is not increas
ing at a proportionate rate, Is given as
a reason for die proposed limitation.
WANTS STREET SIGNS.
Director Roche Will Ask for an Ap
propriation. Director of Public Works Roche be
lieves that every street corner in tho
city should have a sign designating the
names of the Intersecting streets nnd
an appropriation for the purchase of
such signs is to be asked from coun
cils. A number of samples have been re
ceived by the director and are on ex
hibition in bis ofllce. It is likely that
a sign which can be fastened to an
electric light or trolley pole will be
selected in cai-e the appropriation is
Nominated Yesteiday for the Mail
Force by Postmaster Ripple.
Myron S. Stlcknoy. Joseph V. Harrett
and Timothy J. Haggerty, who have
successfully passed the civil service ex
amination for the positions of mall
ear! ier. were yesterday nominated as
substitute caniers by Postmaster Rlp
pii" The nominations will become effective
on January 1, 1902, and are subject to
the approval of the postolllce depart
ment. All of the nominees tire resi
lesidents of this city.
WANT BILLS OF PARTICULARS.
Petitions Filed Yesterday by Hotel
Petitions asking the inurt to direct
Robert Wilson lo tile a bill of particu
lars In each ol the following cases were
yesterday filed with the court: John
,1. Coyne, Patrick .1. Dm kin and Pat
rick Coyne of Lackawanna township:
Frank Nowlcki, NlneteoiUh, ward,
Scranton; MeNaniar.i & Tuify, Eighth
Mr. Wilson Is attacking each of these
licences on the giound that they vio
lated the law of selling on Sunday.
MAY BE MADE GENERAL.
Report That Colonel Theodore Wint
Is to Be Promoted.
A dltsputch sent out from Washing
ton yesterday announced (lint It Is
ery likely that Colonel Theodore Willi,
or this city, will be appointed btlgadlerl
geneial within a tew days by Ptesl
The president lias ns yet filled no va
cancies in tint general rank nnd it Is
believed Ihat he will promote Colonel
Wint to show that meritorious conduct
and that 11I0110 is to count in army pto
niotlous dining his administration,
The True Southern Route.
The most coinfordible and direct
route to all points south and south
west Is via the New Jersey Central.
Only one change of cars between
Scranton and Charleston, Atlanta.
Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Ashvllle,
New Orleans iiiul all other ptoiuliieut
Pullman service the eutlie route.
Only one chaiigo of cars to St. Louis,
Cincinnati, Louisville, etc,
Quaker City Hxpress leaving Scran
ton at 7.30 a. in., Wilkes. llarro at 7,r(fj
a. m., arrives al Philadelphia at 12
noon, Washington at ;uo p, in. Through
solid vestibule train with Pullman lluf.
fet Parlor Car. J, S, Swisher,
OlHtrlet Pass. Agent, Scranton.
Ladies are looking with longing eyes
at Hill & Council's complete lino of
writing diks. No moro acceptable
Christinas g('( could be chosen.
Get Your Holiday Cigars
and Pipes at Oarney Urown & Co.'s,
Park and Tilfoid's
Impor(ed and :vy Wes( Cigars by (he
box at wholesale prices. Coursen.
ENTERTAINMENT AT LYCEUM
Results of the Weeks of Preparation
Will Be Shown Tonight, When the
First Performnnco of "Kardia Ko
inoB" Will Be Seen nt the Lyceum
by a Distinguished Gathering It
Will Be Repeated Tomorrow After
noon and Night Miss Jones Is the
Tonight murks the end of ten weeks'
preliminary training on the part of one
hundred and eighty young people of
this city, who have studied and drilled
dally for the various roles they will 1111
In tho famous "Kardia Komos," under
ffllWrmMrTiiT'i irTllMSft'' ' '"
I.IKI TI..NA.NT i:. K. lllM.bl.
One nf the C'oinmllteciiieii In f Imgc of "Kaidit
the supervision of Miss Sarah A. Jones,
the well known West Side school
The severe strain of training so many
young people and making each perfect
in the various parts has told on the
director and Miss Jones will be glad
when "Kardia Komos" Is a thing of
the past. The committee of ways and
means has rendered such aid as they
could, while the burden of the work
has fullen on the shoulders of Lieu
tenant E. R. Conley, Frank Jones, ot
the West Side, and Harry M. Coursen.
First-class work has also been done by
Comrades Renjamln, Young. Voorhees.
Jenkins and Charles Hamilton. Col
onel H. A. Coursen has tendered yeo
man service in disposing of boxes,
ioges and seats.
Stories of "Kardia Komos" have gone
all through Pennsylvania, and as a con
sequence Lieutenant Governor J. P. S.
Gobin will arrive at ,".30 p. 111. this
evening in Scranton, and a large dele
gation of Wllkes-ISarre veterans, under
command of Colonel C. Row Dougherty,
will act as escort. The party will be
met at tho station by a special commit
tee and all members are requested to
attend in uniform. Other delegations
of those who desire to witness this
great entertainment will be In attend
ance from Montiose, Carbondale and
Honesdalc. A number of the promin
ent labor men now In the city will at
Special carriages for the performers !
will run from the various sections of
the city, leaving the South Side at 0.C0
p. m.: Jackson street and Main ave-
nue, at 6.30 p. in., and Providence cor- i
ners at C.0 p. in. The little ones who
participate will also be carried home
after the performance.
"Kardia Komos" will be given to
night, and tomorrow afternoon, and
again at night.
These two words are practically syno
nyms. When one Is thought of, the
other Is ever present. Holidays advance
time to think of both and V10 Spruce
d d d i d d d idif l
IS Fine Dress Kid Gloves, Paris Point embroidery, J
gusseted fingers, iu shades of tau, castor, beaver,
5 Sre3'si brown, white and black perfect fitting, ST
! Fur-topped, silk-lined Gloves and Mittens, !
2 Ladies', Gent's and Children's Gloves S:
X from 5c to $2.00. S
' Ladies' Hemstitched,' one-eight one-quarter and
oue-half inch hem.
Fiue Swiss Lawn, new embroidered edges.
1 Beautiful Fine Shear Liuen, embroidery effect,
Exquisitely Dainty Duchess Braid Lace,
' Plaiu Hemstitched Initials in Japouette, Lineu
Also the plainer ones for ordinary use.
g Handkerchiefs from 10c to $10.00.
Boxes given away
415-41? Lackawanna Avenue,
FIRE AT BLAST FURNACE.
Cupola of Stock House Burned Tills
An explosion of gas In one of the
pipes leading from the converter at the
Lackawanna lion and Steel company's
blast furnace set lire to tho cupola of
the stock house this morning at 11.20
o'clock and an alarm was turned lit
from the box at the corner of Lacka
wanna and Jefferson avenues, which
brotigliottt the central city companies.
The blaze was burning merrily when
the firemen arrived ami was almos( In
accessible, but a stream was finally
turned on it from directly underneath
and l( was extinguished after some dlf
IlcuKy. Tito damage done was slight.
Mnn's Overcoat and Woman's Apron,
Covered with Blood Stains, Discov
ered Near Home of Mrs. Dennis,
fly Kwlmlio Wire fioni 'Hip Aisoeiatril Pre".
Washington, Pee. I'.'. man's mrrcuil, heal
Inir ni my ntaitis on the front and idrew. and a
uanion'i apmu, wpip found this afternoon In u
(ewer about foin MuiKo tiom the liuiiie of lr.
VI 1 fl. lloniiK the iltfu-ni.iker, who was miir
deioiisly assaulted I'lie-ila mottling, The detei.
Hips nri" hopeful that Hie coal will proic Hip itiitt
luipotl int link in Hip imsp.
Iloth uitli Ifi hup hpcti submitted to the dis
till t ihemlst foi nil' luMople examination to de
lect blondstaltn. Thee finds wire the le-nlt of
11 .Mstematli M.iuh of all tin nearhv pewtiH.
'I he (.traps hearing the mine of the (uat-nukil' at"
W. ('. I,ee and Thnuiai Oiilnn, of llirck limit,
liiu men in the employ of tin" Western I niou
Telegraph lompiti.), weie attested jedirdiy by
inn" of the .speiial olli'or.s ol lh'! biikawamn rail-
1r1.nl for lirp.is)tu: on Hie conipnys propeilj
in Mcaliter 11 tide fiom llnlioitcn to Scianlou
'lliey were airalioud nefoip Ahlcttu.iii Ituddy and
cull lined $'1.
.I11I111 biddick. of Lloyd strut, hid Ml'. .Join
Mi l'lillllw. ,1 iieluliboi. .iniiiuned hrfoie Ahieimm
Ituddy jcstud.i mi the 1 li irgn of pn.'tii), 11 licit
imr lli.it -lip swoie falsely against him In .111 in-
(ault and lutterj 0.1-0 liefoip 'ScpiiiP I.0M11-, at
nhnhnnt. I.lildli k-' I limed tint al the lime ot
the iilleei'il assault lie .s In Sei niton. Mis. Mi
Phillips produced leieral witnesses to substantiilo
liel (hari;e. and, a) biddlik hid no witnesses, the.
alderman di'' li.ilk'H the woman.
Mrs, Roosevelt's Reception.
Ilj llscliislie Wile fmni The Associated Press.
Washington, Pee. 12. Mrs. Unosewdt will hold
a puhlii leceptlon for lollis on Mtinday, the lllli
iii-tiiit, firm :t to " o'clock. Slip will bp assist
ed hv the bidies of the tahlnot and will line
with hei ilurinir the leceplion .1 uuuibei of ounir
ladies, itu lulling tb 1-0 nf the cabinet 1 in le. This
will be the Ihfl pn'ilir leteptiou lo the mi-tip-s
of the while housp siucp t lit' ('lewd mil ai'iuinisli i
lion. O'Mara Declines a Job.
1I. i:cliislu" Wire hum Hip Assoc iitol Press.
Pitt-hum, Dec. M. Itmordet .1. (I, Iti iwn f-(.v.
tr.il 1l.1t 1 agii olfpred lo leiiistato Itoger O'Mir.i
in the ofthe of snpeiiutendent of delectltps, frmi
winch position lie had Ikiii dumped h,t formir
Ittcnidu A. M. Iliowu. Mr. O'M.u.i tod i.t de
clined the piotlei, his reason being that he his
too much oul-ide business on bind to like the.
Not His Real Name.
t'aptun of l)itpi"t)'s Miller ("lis an amusing
Mury of one of Hie Malaprops of his lone, ulio,
de.-pite his ihlkio.'iiy in education, is a 1 lter
optiator. liespondilu to an impiin In explain d
to a fiiend the pos-spn of two names by a pus
oner by ?aiug:
"Mm Heiu.t is his 1e.1l name; Peiey 1). Klirc
Is his .iniiiljs. 'Phil iilelphia Tune-.
Tills dally article of diet can be made
to furnish much tissue-building sub
stance, if Hanley's entire wheat bread
is used. This bread, scientifically made,
of whole wheat, provides a brain and
muscle food, unexcelled. Older at -O
Spruce street. '
Protheroe and Comprtny,
Furniture and C.irpotware rooms, .103
Lackawanna avenue, will be open
evenings until after the holidays. "
The 11)01 poor taxes are past due. Pay
them before costs are added. Olllce
with city treasurer.
10. M. Vernoy. Collector.
S d d ( l id d it) id d ( ig
and Handkerchief I
I There Is Nothing
lUKe auDsumuai mem
In what you buy, to prove a Substantial Sav
ing in what you pay
Haviland & Co.'s China has merit that you
We can Save You Honey on all purchases
as we are Large Buyers of Haviland & Co.
We get their largest rebates.
Tea Plates, Dozen $4.00 Uncovered Vegetables, $
Breakfast Plates, dozen. 4-75 each 1.45
Dinner Plates, dozen.. . 5.00 io-inch Platters, each.. 1.00
Fruit Plates, dozen. ..... 3.65 1 2-inch Platters, each.. I.65
Butters, dozen i55 L-inch Platters, each. . 2.45
Cups and Saucers, do,.. 550 Covered Dishes, each,, a.95
These are star shape, stippled gold handles
dainty pink decorations in an open stock, buy as
many or as few as you want, a whole dinner set or a
part, the price is the same.
Don't you think this is a good suggestion for a
Christmas Present. ?
i Geo. V. Millar
Our Business Is to Make Folks Comfortable
You can't be comfortable without one oi our fine mattresses.
Thai's COMPORT BY NIGHT. For Comfort by Day buy one of our
beautiful SHIRT WAIST BOXES.
For Comfort Day and Night this Couch Bed can't be approached.
Scranton Bedding Co.,
F. A. KAIHER, MANAGER.
Lackawanna and Adams Avenues. Both 'Phones
F. L. CRANE
Seal Skin Coat
$150, $17 f,
Persian Lamb Coats
Raw furs bought
324 Lackawanna Avenue
Shimamura & Co
107 Wyoming Avenue.
JAPANESE ART GOODS
We have moved our magnificent stock Japanese Art Goods from
Atlantic City as the building formerly occupied by us is being torn
down to make loom for a handsome new structure.
Handsome Articles Will Be Given Away Every Day
to Persons Holding Lucky Numbers.
Sales will begin at 10:30 a. m., 3:30 p. m. and 8 p. m.
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Any Diamond Is Diamond
So any Coffee is Coffee, so any Flour is Hour.
But grades differ you want the best, If you un
derstood Diamonds as well as you do Coffee and
Hour it would be easy to determine. Hut you
don't. How should you? When you go to buy
something, the value of which you do not under
stand, you pick out the place where you can do
the best. Read our "ads." Watch the way we
do business, Call on us and examine our Dia
monds and you will always trade with us.
317 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton,
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48B to 455
N. Ninth Street,
Telephone Call. 2333.
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