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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1902.
PKOOKAMME OF EVENTS FOE
COMPETITION MARCH 17.
This Will Bo tho Tenth Annual of
tho Cynonfnrdd Society Judge,
Edwards nud IL 0. Prytheroh
Among tho Adjudicators Itepub
Itcan Club Endorses Morris for
City Controller Franklins Elect
Officers An Old Offender Ar
lested. Otlier News Notes.
The truth annual eisteddfod of tho
Cynonfnrdd Literary .society, of 30tl
vardsiltile, will bo held In the Welsh
Coiifiregatlonal church on March It'.
Kollottins 1h the niinies of the adjudi
cators, iind the lu'oKi'tuunio:
Ailjwllc.itora Mti'lt, Prof. i.ill .l.iuic.-, nl
VllkrvIIJiic; H'dl.itidiis Hev. Dr. II. II. liar
'K Tujloi; rwiy, .Mine Impedm1 II. . I'M
tlicrtli.'su .niton j poctr.v, Hun. II. M. 1'ilw.mh,
Cuinnilttee- I .nc .Moirjii, Uee-e S. l).iN, An
il uny .lone", TlmmiH II. Ullll.inn, Ollur 1I1i.m1
tlcul'i, (In 11 m IjImhN. ilnliiumj .liwpli .1.
Dixls tic.isimr; Mnigni O. IMv.jul, swicciry.
hrl cIimiih "V lllmlctijii Dl.il," (The I.ut
lli'cc), l.lojil, (I). O. KuiiH IMItlniO. IVutks
not to lie U-s lli in tlililj-lho in iminliei, Mo.
lnil incilil lo in LL'situl lender anil t" to t.uli
M.ile iIiiuih "X,n I)i t'r H.wM." (Oooil MkIiI
lo tie l)jy), (I. JhiKi Kwiin. Parties to mini
Iter not lts tli.tn fKteen nor mole thin twent
fuur, sjn. H-iton to Minevfiil le.nler nn-l -V.JO
tn en.li uii.-iuu's-ful lcitlei.
Dmilile iii.iitctte "llliloiailn," Pimnt!, S.
'I'do "(Soil lie Miidfnl," 1'an.v; to be mug
.iy nine priMti-, time to a p.iit, 4i'.
'llnllnnu solo "Arm, Aim Ve ISi.i-.ps." Han
Tmor -.olo "I.e.i(l, Kindly Unlit," WlUhm
Nild (M.ile oiie), o.u Mlielinn, (or stinilciir
oki IS Jem,) who Iuc liner won .1 1'rire .it
lolo sliulii,', U-
Sipuno mlo "O, I.oid Hi- Mcich'ul," fluent
I). O. lliain IMillon), l.
Silu -"KKsinK I'.ipi Tlno' the Telephone," for
tliildirn nnilir 11! c.iM of age. 1'liai pi ire, V;
M'tuinl piic. To icnt: tlu'iil prize, HO irnU.
olo "l.l.iii(Mjliio(-," o'r C.inledjild, for n;i-M'M-.
nwr l e:ils of .i;e. 1.
I'i.ino 'olo "I'ho llutti'illv," V. I.et:c, on. 50,
No. '2, for iltildien under l." c.irs of snte, ;.
('iniipn-inj- CoiiKtiK.itioii.il tune to ll.wnn ftIO,
"V t'.inieihild," ?.!.
i:iislii-"l.lfiinlill.icl McKinlcy," ?t.
Poem -"In .Munmi.im, Mi, ami Alls. l).iniel
Krlu.inK" KK lines- (Cnsll-li), $!j.
Iiii, "ihe M,t (Vmplete and Appiowil
lelliod nf Miuintr and of lipei.iHuir an Anthr.i
( He fo.il 31irii't" not to root tin out Limo
nl-, :(); ;iun ly I.'. W. llwijiht, e-i., l'hil
adrliilii i, r.i.
FleeitJlion "l'.ip.i's I.cttn," for elii'dieit under
K jeais uf age, J.
Dtifoiir's French Tar
Will promptly relictn ann speedily enrf!
couglis, colds and all lunc trouble. For
Mlo by G. W. JUNKINb, 101 South Main
Hrcll.illon-"Catlllne'.i Dellanec," Mr perfOM
ocr Id e.iM ol age, $l ghen by T. lU l'clcin,
Adroddlad-"Nld da lie Oclllr Ottell," "Par
lion a Slamd," I blant dan 10 ocd, .'.
Note-Copies for Xos. 2 and 0 may lie liul
fom the composers In Wllkcs-llarrc.
All lomposltlotiii must be In the liandJ ot the
etrctary on or befote Marrli 1, 100-.'.
All compo'llloni must bo sinned noni de plimio
only and nccomp.iiiled by n ullti containing both
noni dc plume mid correct name.
The names of all other competitor! niii't be In
the binds of the stcrctaiy on or bcteie. Miiii.il
Republican Club Meeting.
A regular inccttiiF; of the West Side
Central ltepiibltcun club was hold at
tho rooms last evening, at which sev
eral mutters pertaining to the club
worn acted upon. Tho meeting nights
wore changed from the first and third
Thursdays of the month lo the ilrst
and third Saturday nights.
This will make the next regular
mooting night tomorrow evening, when
another meeting will bo held. Tho
matter of raising the dues was de
ferred until tomorrow evening, when
a llnal voto will bo taken on tho pro
position. The club unanimously endorsed the
nomination of Kvan It. Morris, tho lte
publican candidate for city controller.
1 Two Police Cases.
M. J. Klshpaugh, of South Main
avenue, 'who was arrested for lssulnis
worthless checks, entered ball yester
day before Alderman Davis for his ap
penranee at court.
Thomas Connors, ot 2103 Jackson
street, for whom a warrant was Issued
by Alderman Howe last July, on the
charge of selling liquor without a li
cense, was picked up by the police yes
terday and held In ball for appearance
before Alderman Howe ot 7 o'clock
Connors-went Into Alderman Davles'
ofllcc yesterday to pay Ills taxes and
was placed under arrest. He lias
evaded the police during the past six
Purity! Potency! Permanency!
The characteristic of Mulford's Vac
cine Points and Lymph. Fresh stock
for sale in any quantity at O. "V. Jen
kins, druggist, 101 S. Main avenue. '
Franklins Elect Officers.
At a recent meeting of the Franklin
Engine company, held in the associa
tion rooms on Spruce street, the fol
lowing oilicers were elected for the year
President, 13. II. Evans: vice-president,
T. IX. Phillips; recording secre
tary, John It. Kline: financial sctc
tary, Joseph Hall; treasurer, Thomas
II. Allen; trustees, Zcno Derby and H.
Jackson Street Baptist Church.
The week of prayer has brought us
such a spiritual uplift, many having
found Christ. Tho meetings will be
continued all of next week. The Up v.
D. Spencer, D. D., will preaeh at eaeh
herxlco, assisting' the pahtor. Services
We Wen! You
To Always Think
mims m n Bh.
We want to be famous for worth rather tha v notorious for
cheapness, and don't be shy about telling us vol '3 looking for
the place where you can buy to the best advantag , People are
doing that every day and buying here.
For Friday and Saturday. Ladies'
Fine Ribbed Woolen Vests and
Pants in either grey or whitej
These are heavy weight, and all
the necessary sizes arc
here, former price 1.00 a
garment. Now "C
Gloves and Mitts
Ladies' Fur Top Fleece Lined
Mittens, regular price $i Q
a pair. Now OOC
Ladies' Fur Top Fleece Lined
Kid Mitts, regular price 50
cents a pair. Now 5yC
Boys' Fur Top Gloves and Chil
dren's Fur Top Mitts, reg-
ular price 50c a pair. Now oMC
Only a handful and there's
money's worth you have not met
before. Men's Neckwear in Tedcs,
Four-in-Hands, Stiings, Bows and
the like; regular price 50c, ,-
unci now it is J10C
See window and counter display,
Pajamas for Men and Boys
.handsome new assortment of these
useful, comfortable garments. The
j prices range from 75c upwards.
!', Eiderdown and Turkish Bath
' Robes, neat patterns and great val
ues at the prices.
$3,25, $3,00, $4,00 and $6
The d.stinguishing feature of our
garments is the big value for the
price. What you would pay for a
good garment anywhere else will
buy a better one here. You can
buy Coats and Suits anywhere, but
what kind of a ga'rment you can
get for your money depends on
where you go for it.
Handsome Plain Taffeta Waists,
with silk embroidery, all the new
shades and at a special price for
Saturday. Worth ?6 oo.
We have no remembrance of
having seen better goods for the
will begin promptly nt 7.30. Let us nil
coma; the public Is Invited,
The Lndlcs' Aid society met on Wed
nesday and had nn nil day session, tho
following officers being elected for the
coming year! Mrs. Mary Wngstaff,
president: Mrs. John Morris, secretary
and Mrs. D. Williams, treasurer.
Two classes have been organized In
our Sundny school. For married men,
V. A. Jenkins, teacher. For married
women, Itlclmrd Nlcholls, teacher,
The committee on new singing books
Is about ready to report and will rcc
commond n book next Sunday.
Xadles' Aid Ofllcers.
The newly elected oilicers of the
Jackson street llaptlst church Ladles'
Aid society ore ns follows: President,
Mrs. Mary WagstalV; vice-president,
Mrs. Emily Morgans; secretary, Mrs.
John H, Morris; corresponding secre
tary, Mrs. John Itedmond; treasurer,
Mrs. D, v. Williams; markers, Mrs.
N'lcholH and Mrs. Whlttlck.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Haptlst church have selected the fol
lowing! President, Mrs. U. G. lieddoe;
first vice-president, Mrs. Thomas
Thompson; second vice-president, Mrs.
S. F. Mathews; secretary, Mrs. A. II.
Holmes; assistant secretary, Mrs. V.
M. Fowler; treasurer, Mrs. Charles
Iteceptlon committee Mrs. James
Eaton, Mrs. Polio Dorshlmer, Mrs. T.
W. Phillips, Mrs. William Morgan,
Mrs. Uandolph Jones. Tho society will
conduct a Mnrtha Washington tea on
Washington's birthday, February 22.
On. tho Sick List.
Mrs. Clarence 11. Shryer, of Xorth
Main avenue, is HI with dlphtheiia,
Mrs, Simon Ithodes, ot South Hyde
Park avenue, Is ill.
Mis. Maurice Perrlzzt, of Washburn
street, Is reported to be seriously 111.
Mrs. Ella Sherwood Is 111 at tho homo
of Dr. F. C. Hull, on North Main ave
nue. Mrs. Sharp, of Washburn street, Is
recovering from nn Illness.
William Jones, of Hampton street, Is
on tho sick list.
Samuel Dawson, of Xorth Hyde Pntk
avenue, Is confined to his home by Ill
ness. Mrs. George Martin, sr of Academy
street, is 111.
Mrs. P. W. Coons, of Division street,
is convalescing from an Illness.
Events of This Evening'.
Tho regular weekly dance of the
Colonial club will be held in Washing
ton hall this evening.
Tho Oreen P.idge Wheelmen's bowl
ing team will give tho Electric City
Wheelmen's first team r. practice game
this evening at the club house on Jack
Mrs. David Wiley, of Scranton street,
will entertain the Dollar club this evening.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Sifi.3 -ss.w,wsvs JSj
Stanley Pelerosky, employed as a
driver boy in the; Sloan mine, was
kicked In tho face by a mule yesterday
and s-uveroly injured. He was taken to
the Moses Taylor hospital for treat
ment. Flesh Vaccine Points and Lymph
received daily at fi. W. Jenkins, drug
gist, 101 South Main avenue.
.Mr-'. John Williams, of Eyuon si l cot,
fell down a flight of stairs at her home
reeentlj ami Mislaini'd painful Injuries.
Dr. J. .1. Koberts Is attending iter.
Miss Augusta .Morgan, the obliging
bookkeeper at Heiser & W'arnke's. en
tertained a party of friends at her
home reeentlj-, on the occasion of her
birthday. All were royally entertained.
John Thomas, of Eynon street, a
driver in the Hellevue mine, was
caught between n ear and the "rib" on
Wednesday, and had his leg badly
Disinfectants of all kinds at G. W.
Jenkins, lui South Main avenue.
The dance of the Wahucta class,
scheduled for Mears' hall last evening,
was abandoned, owing to the building
being quarantined on account of the
smallpox cases therein,
A benellt entertainment will be giv
en in Washington hall on February 12,
in aid of John Sullivan, of Stark court,
who lias been unable to work for the
past sixteen months, owing to Illness.
The Onella Dancing class will con
duct it social in Washington hall next
Monday evening. This is one of the
most popular classes of the season.
Carbolic Acid, Camphor, Sulphur
candles, fium Assnfoetida and Disin
fectants of all kinds, nt G. W. Jen
kins, 101 South Main avenue.
The Silver Leaf Social club have en
gaged Washington hall for a social
next Tuesday evening.
Nicholas Dennett, of Acker avenue,
who was so badly injured in the Dodge
mines recently, Is slowly recovering,
which will bo gratifying news to his
Tho Temperance Alliance choir and
Sons of Temperance Glee club re
hearsed in Morgan's hall last evening
for the Wooley temperance meeting to
be held on February 11.
A largo delegation from the Lliu
burger Social club enjoyed a slelghrldo
to Olyphaut last evening.
A confirmation class was organized
at St. David's Episcopal chinch last
Tho oilicers nnd teachers of tho
Washbuin street Presbyterian IJIblo
school held a conference last evening,
and outlined the work to be carried out
during the coming year.
Itev. H, C, MeDermott discussed "Tho
Pleasures of Sin" at the revival ser
vices In the Simpson Methodist Epls
copul church last evening. There was
n large attendance. The meeting will
conclude this ovenlug.
An enjoyable session of tho Ladles'
Aid society was held In the Washburn
street Presbyterian church yesterday,
and during tho noon hour u palatable
luncheon was served.
Members of tho Sloan and Central
local, United Mine Workers of Amor
leu, held a meeting In Janes' hull last
evening, and discussed matters uctcd
upon at tho Wllkes-Uarro convention,
A reheursal of the Oxford Glee club
was held in Co-operative hall lust
evening on the competitive selection to
be sung at the Allentown eisteddfod on
March 1", David Stephens Is wot king
1 ui id with the party .and Is meeting
with much encouragement.
At the meeting of West Scranton .s
seiubly, Koynl Society of Good Fellows,
In Med Men's hall lust evening, sev
eral applications for membership were
A special meeting of St. Urenden's
council, Voting Men's Institute, will be
held In the rooms next Sunday after
noon. Christopher Flehler. of Xorth Ilroin-
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a cough to run until It gcta bejond tho
reaili of medicine, 'lliey oltcn eay, "Oh, It will
uejr away," but In most um it will wear
Mii-ni uuay. Could they be induced to tiy tho
kucuWul medicine c.illcd Kemp's ll.iUun, wlihh
h fold on u poilthc nujrantcc to tuie, tiny
would Immediately see the exudlent ellect uf.
tcr tMux tho Hut dc Price, 20c. and S0v
Trial Me ficc. At all druzvUts.
ley avenue, Is seriously 111 with an at
tack of typhoid pneumonia,
A boy named Lewis Evnus, aged 5
years, residing on North Itebecca ave
nue, was dragged by a Lafayette street
car on Wednesday while coasting. Ho
had a miraculous escape from serious
Frank II. Francis, of Scranton
street, nnd Miss Mantle Evans, of
Evans court, wore united In marriage
at Wllkes-Uarro on Wednesday by
llev. E. J. Morris, of the Puritan Con
Miss Mary Cannon, of Fllmoro ave
nue, entertained a party of her friends
nt a social gntherlng In Her homo on
A lad named Thomas Shields was
tin own from his sled nnd Injured while
coasting on West Linden street Wed
nesday. Thomas Phillips and family have re
moved from Price street to Xorth Our
John T. Jones, of Price street, had
his hack injured In the. Oxford mine
on Wednesday while carrying a heavy
pipe In the mines.
Edward Evans has purchased tho
barber business of John Hughes on
West Lackawanna avenue, The latter
hns accepted a position with Armour
Mrs. O. S. Kerstetter, of Lincoln
Heights, Is tho guest of relatives and
friends nt Georgetown.
Miss Lea Samuels, of Hack street, is
confined to her home by Illness.
A son was recently born to Mr. and
Mrs. George Martin, of Academy street.
Fred Shorts, of Price street, and De
Forest Mayo, of Lincoln avenue, arc In
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Grand Military Ball Given Last
Night by Father Wliitty Society.
Other Notes and Personals.
The Father Whitty society conducted
a grand military ball In the Auditorium
last night and a large crowd attended.
The hall was beautifully decorated by
Fuhrman, over five hundred electric
lights being strung In rows to furnish
light for the merry dancers.
For over an hour or so the police,
under the direction of Superintendent
Allen, of the bureau of health, closed
tho hall, in pursuance with Director
Wormser's order, but It' was later
opened. At fl.30 the grand march
started and was participated In by ITS
couples. For several hours those pres
ent enjoyed themselves in dancing,
music being furnished by Rauer's or
chestra, which was placed behind
potted plants and palms.
During one of the intermissions, tho
well-known Young Men's Drill organ
ization, of Wl Ikes-Bono, gave a very
interesting drill, which was well re
ceived by those present.
Early Morning' Fire.
Yesterday morning at n.f0 fire bioke
out in the residence of Patrick Mullen,
of West Market street. An alarm was
sent in from box $r, which brought to
the scene tho Liberty and Cumberland
Hose companies. The fire started in
the parlor, and the family cannot ex
plain its origin because there was no
stove In the room.
Mr. Mullen bad gone to work, when
Mrs. Mullen noticed smoke coming
from the p.trlor. she at once ran to
the Cumberland fire house where she
gave the alarm. The firemen extin
guished the blaze before much dam
age was done.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Mr. Mahy, secretary of tho Young
Men's Christian association, will ad
dress the young women's meeting in
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion room at a p. m. Sunday afternoon.
Subject, "Personal Work." A special
musical programme Is being prepared
by Mrs. William McDonald, tho chair
man of the music committee. All
young women arc cordially .Invited.
Prof. Walkenshaw's orchestra, com
posed of forty-five pieces, is preparing
for a grand concert to be given in the
auditorium the first week in March.
The orchestra will be assisted by some
of our best local talent.
The Thomas Jefferson lodge, No. 7,
American True Ivorltes, meet at their
rooms In the Osterhout building on
Wednesday evening. Three new mem
bers were admitted to membership, af
ter which a smoker was held and a
splendid time enjoyed by all present.
Tho feature of the evening was the
Interesting talk given by Grand Sec
retary John J. Evans. Tho lodge Is in
a. prosperous condition nt present both
financially and in membership.
Mrs. Addle Gruner, of Allentown, Is
visiting Mrs. II. Aralker, of Theodore
This evening the game which has
been so long looked for will be played
In the auditorium between the well
known Crackerjacks of this section and
the strong Ninth regiment team ot
James P. (.ligation, of nuane street,
announces himself as an Independent
candidate of tho Third ward,
Tho second monthly meeting of tho
Stationary Engineers' union will bo
held this evening In St. Mary's hall,
The Home Missionary society of the
Providence Presbyterian church will
meet this afternoon with Mrs. J, D.
Tho Xorth End Prohibition Alliance
will meet at the home of Mrs. Alice
Vail, corner of Market street and
Church arenue, this evening. All mem
bers tire requested to be present as
business of linportunco will be trans
acted. After tho meeting refresh
ments will be served.
This evening the Xorth Scranton He
publlcun club will meet In their rooms
next to Alderman Meyer's office. All
members are requested to be present,
Mrs. Hay Smith, of Church avenue,
Is visiting friends In Smithboro, X. V,
Harry Vlnkelstlen, tho butcher, of
West Market street, was called to Xew
York state on account of slcknws ip
John Mowers, of Dickson avenue, Is
nblo to bo nt work ngnlu, after a few
Mr. and Mrs. II. Thompson, of Hos
ton, are guests at the homo ot Mrs,
Thompson's parents, Mr, ami Mrs. J. S,
Miller, of Venn avenue.
Thu Modern Woodmen of America
will meet In Maboulo hall, on Dickson
uvenue, this evening. Fifteen candl
dutes ure reported for Initiation.
Lee, son of Mr. und Mrs, E. D. Jen
kins, of Capouse avenue, Is suffering
from scarlet fever.
Tho meetings held each evening this
week nt the Capouso mission have been
exceedingly Interesting nnd largely at
tended. The Green llldge Wheelmen gave
their regular monthly dancing social at
the club house last evening. About
forty couple were In attendance,
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Slother have
commenced housekeeping on East Mar
Mm. 1?. A, Kulser, of Mousey avenue,
gave an "at home" yesterday afternoon
A number ot tho young people ot
Green nidge have had their sleds stolen
from their back porches lately. Iter.
Dr. Simpson's son was among the num
ber, he hnvlng lost a fine largo bobsled.
After n week or so of unlet detective
work on the part of the boys, the
sleighs were found, and all have been
restored 'to their rightful owners. It
there Is any more such work, the guilty
purtle'i will be exposed.
II. ItUlS, Ltun ami Manager.
A. J.jnUITV, Bui. Manage!
Saturday, Mntinee nnd Night Jan. 18
I'lr.t Time In 0.1111011,
ClAITi: l'IKIl'S (IHUAT AMLKIIAX l'l.AV,
"The Frederick Girl."
Coiniuny unexcelled. Klahointe sceneiy.
l'uct-ely 111 pitvcnteil by .lull i Mtilowe for oil'!
whole scroll at tho Criterion tlie.iter. New Yolk
1'IIK KS Mallnce. .',, JO nnd ;.', rent".
.N'llihtl'i tents to' I..VI.
bent row on Mle.
MONDAY XKllir, J.WTVHY 20.
I'd feci, I'luRrc-dre l'lecnlutloii ot Modern
JOHN W. VOGEL'S
Mole exclmhc features, sccnciy and effects than
nny Minil.lr oiiraiilation.
Arthur Withy, .Mitoy anil (,'ano. the O'llrleu
tioupe of anoints, Ihe Kre.it llouletle, Dun (lor
don, fun ni.iKeis and .pechlty .irllK An ctu
ordlnaiy wincing- pnty is made up bv Clan nee
llmnmcll, l'euy Heed. John T, Moole, Hairy
I.elghton, (luih'S It. Wood, Thomas Mcirkk and
t,'i ant Merkch.
I'lSioi 2m, flOe.. 73". and M.00.
Seals on F.ilo I'llday .it a. in.
OX'i: NlfillT OXI.Y, Tl'KMlAY, JANt'AllY 21.
Mr. Clinics rrolnnaii pirsenH
Hr. William Faversham
and company, in a play in four aeti, entitled
Adnpleil by Clerahl )u Mailer. As peiformcil
mnie than 100 nfeht-i at the Cliteiioii theater,
l'HICi:S Knllrc lo-er floor, exception of laa
four rous, "jl.50; list four lows, si. 00; baleonj,
i0 and ".", rents; Rillciy, 2., and 50 cents.
Seats on ale, Satuiday at ! a. m.
Academy of ilusic
U. RCIS, Leiscc. A, J. Duffy, Manager.
ALL 'I ills W I'.KK.
GIBNEY-HOEFFLER STOCK CO.
For nnr solid wofk. besinniiiij Mondiv Tan. n.
Monday rirniiiff. "Shelter Ha"j 'Im-sdij mal
ine "Stun;;, Adxciilurcs of Mk Iliuuu." i ir-
load of siomry and ilcUural elicit?, llisii elas.
Prices i:euintr, H 20 and sn icuti.
Matinio. 10 and 20 c cuts.
S'l.ilo on s.ilc I'mlaj, .Ian. 17, at 0 a. in.
ALF. G. HEIUtlNGlON, Manager.
Olio Week lit pinning Moudi., Jan. 1!.
"Big Sensation Burlesqiisrs"
Matinee llcry Day.
Scranton Bicycle Club
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 21.
Prof. fi. J. Dwyer and
Dan S. TlcLeod
jrk f r. "
vt; JLilii iAy
Subtract this price from
the amount paid for your
last "lamb" and you will
better appreciate the sav
ing possible on "Joyce,"
small profit, meat and
When Joyce makes a
big, cut price purchase,
his patrons share the
profits and it happens
) Joyce Stores
Popular Priced Provisions
718-730 W. Lackawanna Ave.
401 Penu Ave.
432 Lackawanna Avo.
tJONAS LONG'S SOflS, JONAS LONG'S SONS.
If Mars is inhabited they must have department stores
there and bargain days up there, loo. Maybe those dark
4 CT . . t, .. .-.- t it.u S
spots vc see are crowds ot itars lair inriuy ones aroiinu inc
bargain counters. If the Maritau astronomer gets a glimpsc'of
this earth on a Friday and catches it in the vicinity of Scranton
they will wonder what causes such a large spot. We know it's
our hour sale.
Snlc No. I
Begins Promptly nt
At !5c. Sale of best duality shelf na-
per, .in fi-yard lengths ; a variety of col
ors. For this hour, a 5-yard
length at . . jC
At ("c. Sale of Clothes Tins. You
can buy (ic. Clothes Pins dur-
ing this Friday hour at 5C
At 7c. Sale of Chair Seats ; all sizes,
perforated and made of seasoned wal
nut and maple wood, i'or tins
At V.)c Sale of Wood Fibre 1-1-quart Water
Pails. For this Friday hour buy them at
At inc. Sale of Zinc Wash Boards. For this
hour : -.
At 2:!c Sale of "Grey Enamel Steel Ware." A
1-c-allon Milk Kettle. Priced for this Fridav hour at..
At -15c Sale of Grcv Enamel Steel Rice or Milk Boiler
and a Grey Enamel Steel Oblong Dinner Bucket. For
this Friday sale, priced at, each ,
Two Grocery Items
At SAc. Sale of the best refined Powdered Borax, 1-pound
packages? Regularly sold for J '2c. and inc. For this l
Friday hour, at '2 o'clock, buy a package at Q2C
At 1.1c. Sale of Vienna Cocoa. A superior preparation
of Cocoa in its most nutritious form. Regular price 10c.
per pound. I'or this hour per half pound tin 1 OC
Sale NO. 2
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Begins Promptly at
At 7c. Sale of Dressing Combs; the
name Goodyear is a guarantee of the
boht line and coarse teeth. Regular
price is 3 0c. For this hour
bale buy them at, each C
At l-"ic. Sale of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Felt Hals. This is certainly out
of the usual to sell such good hats at
this price. They come in red, blue and
grey, t rimmed with fancy bands; some
stitched crowns and rims. Regular
price was 4!)c. to !)Sc. To close out
entire lot quick, we sell them
for this hour at t 1 C
At 10e Sale of White Corrugated Cottage Poles. White
corrugated end. Do you need Curtain Poles? A splendid op
portunity to buy lhem"al this Friday hour on the third
lloor. for each 1 UC
i 72c Sale of Comfortables, generous in width and good
weight; made from dark figured Calico on one side and plain
on other; usually sells for !ISc. For this Friday hour
buv them at cadi 'T-,
At JI.'Ic. Sale of Misses' and Children s Shoes, made of kid
and box calf; also satin calf, solid leather from heel to toe.
Regular price Sl.LCi to $1.."0. For Friday hour sale n
buv them at VjC
At $1.:VT Sale of Women's Shoes in button and lace; the
newest toe and heel shape ; flexible solid leather soles. Regu
lar value $1.7.") and $2.00. For today's hour sale -,
buv them at the unusually low price of, pair P 1 0 J
Sale No. 3
dns Promptly at
At (i!)c, Sale of Woman's Wrappers
here is excellent news for the econom
ical woman. Friday for one hour we
will place on sale a large quantity of
Percale and Flannel Wrappers, that
were purchased by us from a large
Wrapper House in New York City that
failed; we purchased them nearly at
our own price. New styles, splendid
patterns, sines !!2 to 1(1 inches deep,
ruffle around bottom, pleat -ul back.
Usual price for this Wrapper is $1.00
to $1 .HO. Today at 1 o'clock
we will sell tlieni for 0"C
Af 7-,,.' r,n ,-f Ttnvc' Sswi'.'iters made of fine all-wool varn.
Stripes and plain colors, all sizes, for boys :5 to S and 9 to 11!
vears. All our $1 and $1.2.- qualities go at this hour c
At 7!)c Sale of Boys' Suits in plain blue, double-breasted
styles, (i to to vears, well made and full cut sizes, every garment
worth $1.2.- to' close out, Buy this Friday at hour, n
only at ." V
At 21c Sale of Dress Goods; a great combination of ,.i
inch Wool Cashmeres hi Old Rose, Red, Garnet, Purple, Royal
and Navv. Ami a 11-iiieh Wool Storm Serge in the above
shades. 'And a 12-inch Wool Satin, figured Percales in Castor,
Garnet, Xavv, Brown, Myrtle, Black. These goods usually sold
for Hit cents a yard. I'or today at this hour sale buy
from lot, at a yard .: . Tr ,
At ."ic A combination sale of Towels, consisting ot Huck,
Barber and Honeycomb Towels, with red border and fringe;
also a size IS-:W white fringed towels. Regular price is ,
S cents. For this hour buv them at, each OL
At 00e, Sale of 10-yard Standard Dress Patterns m neat
colorings. This is. the largest assortment of wash fabrics we
have placed on sale for some time. They come in 10-yard
lengths; they are high standard and excellent weave and pur
chased in a regular way would eot you 7."i cents. For c(r
todav's hour sale buy them for each IC
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