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THE S01UNT0N TRIBUNE- SATURDAY, FEBHIJAJLU: 8, 1902.
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S. II. Twining, Optician,
131 PENN AVENUE.
A CLEVER WRESTLER.
For a few days only, we will
sell the large Three Panel Horse
Pictures, tiow displayed in our
show window, for $3.50, regular
price is $6.00.
These pictures are handsomely
framed in Dutch Oak and artistic
ally ornamented with real horse
shoes, bit and whip.
Jacobs & Fasold,
20D WASHINGTON AVE.
I Gty Notes
l'ASSKK OX HII.I.S- The liiiililliu; tmmnitlep
of the wbool lio.iril met lat iiIkIiI :ml i.isctl
upon a numbrr ol bill-. Xo mhor Iiu-Im'-j u.H
110Y WOXI)i:i( (JOMIXd.-l'aul ltuily, flic
buy uunder, will appear at. tlie Academy 01 Miwlo
011 Hie week of l'eunury 24 Willi tin- .MjiiiI Mill
lii.m coinpan.r. Hnuly is one of Srrjnlou'- favorite.-.
D L. k Y. PAY-DAYS. TIio employes of (lie
car tliop; nuchiiip lmps ami Mori-. Ji-iuitincnt
wvic paid ye-teiday. Today tlio oinployos of flic
following lolliciics will lie pliil: AuliluM,
Hellenic, Bii-bin, C'.i.HK.i. Continental, Dodge,
ll.implon, Ofoul, Inc, Sloan ami Taylor.
i.i:cn;iti: hy dp. wai.sh. r. .1. .1. wuuii,
of X'ew Yoik city, will kIo the third of lii
Mt.iKcpr.irc.m lectures before the Catholic Ills
toiic.il Socicly ami Newman Magazine club Tues
ilay nlBlit. III.-? MilijcU will lie "The Diamatie
Season of Idol, Compared with the Di.inutio
frcteon of 1001, in Slukcspoaicau Plays."
tini.1) HIITntXS THANKS. "Hie tluild i.f
St. Marsaict desires to thank nil filcml; wlio
tonliibukd to makini; tlie supper M-ivcd by it
on Tliuis.day cicnintf sn pionouuccd a .succor,
and especially Mis. Y. II. Whjtc, to wliose abll
ily and kindly iutdct In tlie supervision of tlie
whole alTair so niiicli of tli.it .sucics was due.
AKTICLi: AllOLTj-TlIi: It. I. A.-Xe.l Snuda.'3
X01II1 Ameiican will contain a paw illustrated
111 tide concerning the Hoy' lmlu-trl.il aocia
tiou of l'ilkc.s-I!am written by Chailes It.
Wlillc, cityrdltor of the Times of Hut rity.
11 r. While lias gone into the (.object on different
lines than anv other Miller on this intciesllinr
mbject, and the article will be cmliellMicd with
a don or more half tone cut-, iiifludiinr one of
Mis. II. W. Palmer, vho ha been tlie leading
hpilit in tl organization.
SIIATS rOU MOXTi: UUISTO.-Tlip Mle of muU
for James O'Xeill in "The (ireater Monte OUto,"
wliieh comes to the Lyceum theater next Monday
night opened jesleiday and a Jarse sale Is re
rouled. Manager lluily has tried lepeatedly to
secure this attraction for Suanton and feels high
ly elated over the coming to the l.jreuiii of this
Mtiprmloiu .scenic pioiluulion of "Monte Cri-lo,"
which 1.111 piaelic.illy all of last nejsnn in Xew
Yoik, HoUon and Chicago. The pioduction come?
liero dhectly fiom a leluiii dale in Xew Yolk
and is lemaikablc for the nubile character of
the scenic equipment, as well as for the notable
cist that Ii.is been iluien to inteiiiiet the dif
This is Bargain Time
everywhere. But nowhenj can you se
cure better values than we are offeiliif;
J11 our Clearine- Out Kale of winter
suits and overcoats. "Wo ilo not want
to curry over any lteavy-wolfjlit cloth
Ins: to next senson, !ntl our natvona
an secure some excellent Imrfftilns by
calllns: on us.
f Jilulmrils W'lrtli,
22ti l.ttclcawanna avenue.
Luttberg Threw Two Men in Three
Minutes Last Night.
MIix Umbel b. the New York wrest
ler, tiDpeiirliif? nt the Star, nnatn ile
nianatntted UN ability last night by
throwing Stun lloilslns, of Jessup, once
lit p. minute mitt n half, mid William
Acre, ot Hellovuc, twice In the wiino
length of thne.
HoiIrIiih Ih considered by nuiny lo bo
a very clover wrestler and he slsied up
about evenly with IjUttbcra hiHt nlRht,
'J'hc latter Kot a nnsty hold 011 his itrni
In about ten second and simply forced
I1I111 on his shoulders by twisting that
member. Acre wrts In lhe nudlonce
nntl nnnounced his Intention of mnk
liiR a try for the ."F25 olfotod by J.titt
burg to tiny man Who will slay fifteen
minutes with him.
Ilo wclRhs nbotlt ten pounds more
than Imttbert? but proved like a dum
my In the hands of tlio latter who
downed him in thirty seconds, and
then, to show there was no hard feel
Inn:, khvo him another chance, and nut
him down again In less than 11 min
ute. Abe Cochran, of North Scruntcti,
stayed eleven minutes with him yes
terday afternoon, making an excellent
showing. Tonight Ijiiltberg meets
Cochran again mid also ".loo" Murphy.
lie makes an otter of $.10 to Prof. M.
J. Dwyer, who Is so well known In this
city,. If the hitter will stay with him
for halt an hour, or he will make a
nutlch with Divycr at any time the lat
ter may tlcslre.
NO FOOD IN THE HOUSE.
Pathetic Story Told by Mrs. Wini
fred Crampton to the Members
of the Poor Board.
DEFENSE IN THE
GALLAGHER ALLEGATIONS DE
NIED IN TOTO.
Defendant Denies That He Gave Gal
lagher Monoy to Give the Council
men nntl the Counollmen Declare
They Never Received the Money.
Witness Swears Gallagher Tried to
Bribe Him to Testify Against Sil
llman Case Is Likely to Go to the
Jury This Afternoon.
Jits. Winifred Crampton, of Maple
street, nu old woman bowed with ago,
appeared before the poor board at Its
regular meeting yesterday afternoon
and requested relief for herself and
her grown-up son, who Is unable to
work on account of sickness. Mrs.
Crampton was poorly but neatly
dressed and the deep lines on her face
told of long suffering.
"It's pretty hard times we're bavin',
sir, 1110 and the boy," said she. "He
can't do any work because he's sick,
and I'm too old to do much. It's little
wo have to eat and there's hardly any
thing we have in the house now."
"Haven't you got auy food at all?"
asked Director Fuller.
"Only a bit of ten and a little sugar,
but nothing else," was the reply of the
old woman as the tears came into her
The board promptly granted her re
lief for three months, referring her
case to Director Dlckert.
Mrs. Bertha, McConncll, of 317 Birch
street, appeared before the board and
asked relief for herself and her three
children. Director Shotton stated that
Mrs. McConncll had recently been ar
rested for maintaining a, disorderly
house and objected to granting her
relief. The case was dismissed and it
was decided to request Mrs. Duggnn to
investigate conditions qud take the
children away from the woman if she
thinks conditions warrant such action.
The question of Installing: new time
recorders and a new local telephone
system In the Hillside Home was
brought up and it was decided to refer
the matter to the home committee for
The report of Superintendent Beemer
of the home showed that there were
l.'iS inmates in the institution on Jan. 1.
Seventeen were discharged during the
month and eighteen were admitted,
making a total of 4,"9 inmates on .Tan.
.11, classified as follows: Insane males,
HI); insane females, 1!12; sane males,
140; sane females, L'OS.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
Under this heading ahort letters of Interest
will be published when accompanied, for publica
tion, by the nritcr'a name, The Tilbune does not
aiuume rcipoiuibillty for opinions here pr:sed.
Says He Is Innocent.
l.'dilor of The Tribune.
Sin I was airesled at the Instance of Mr. W.
II. Duggan a hhoit lime ago, but am innocent
of the charge), imputed against me, and will
prove mch fact to be true on the tiial of the
ia.se, mid will, In piopcr time, pioeoed against
the peions who hae attempted to do me nich
a great, wiong. 1'i.inU Mor.in.
Seranton, l',i., 1'ib. T.
Chalks I,. Hunter 1010 Hampton street
Maiy I.yiah lull) Mouul.ilii di!o
lletios Zadlh 1WI .North Xlnth tlrcel
(ioiiiili Iladieb ISO Xuitli Xlntli street
505 YoM Can Get Part of If
Thousands of people know about the
" Snow White Flour"
'Ihey know It U the Pilme of all Hour, hut we want
EVERYBODY. TO KNOW IT
Wt" joiir I'rtp In the following luannii:
lor cither pro,e or poeliyilescvlptive of, or introducing "miow While" fl.,ur, as to its
wonclciful biead making rpialtics-ll pu.ity-lls nm.glli-lu l,ltem,,ln Mwciness In
imlfoiiiiity of grade, etc., clc etc,
tWeotfer jhe following piize?: ,
r.or. the best poetic or prose advertise
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For the third best poetic or prose advertise-
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. For the sixth best poetic or prose advertise
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For the 7th, 8th; 9th, loth, nth, 12th, 13th,
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; TUe. followiiiir genllciiien hato kindly consented lo act i JudgH and their decision will
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Dickson Mill and dram Co.
No. 12, Lackawanna Ave, Seranton, Pa.
Alt the evidence was In at adjourn
ing time yesterday, in the case of
Frank Sllllmnu, jr., general manager
of the Hcrtuiton Hallway company,
charged with the corrupt solicitation
of Old Forgo cotinollmen'H votes. The
case will likely bo In the Jury's hands
by .1 o'clock this afternoon.
As ho intimated he would the night
before, Judge AVheatou refused the de
Icndnnt'H motion for binding Instruc
tion to the jury that It could not con
vict on the uncorroborated testimony
of it self-confessed accomplice. He,
however, granted a motion to strike
out the count of the indictment in
which It Js alleged that Thomus Kll
coyne was bribed, the evidence of P.
W. -dallagher being to the contrary.
Tlio opening for the defense was
made by Major Wmtoii. It was de
clared by those of his auditors who
expressed thomseifves concerning It, to
be a master effort as an opening in a
criminal case. The theory of the de
fense was set forth In n clear, logical
manner, which could not help but Im
press Itself on the Jury in a way that
would make it stand before them vivid
ly and permanently, p. A'. Gallagher,
the principal witness for the common
wealth, came in for a scathing denun
ciation. Ills motive in testifying as he
did would bo shown to be backed by
vmiiicuveness, Mr. Warren declared.
FinST WITNESS FOB DEFJ3NSK.
Thomas Stevens, one of the three
councllmen accused of receiving a.
share of the $300 which P. W. Gallagh
er swore he used to buy the passage
of the ordinance, was the first witness
called for the defense, i
Ills testimony was substantially the
only new matter of a. sensational na
ture thus far injected. In response lo
Questions by Mr. O'Brien, he swore
that, ho was approached by P. AV. Gal
lagher and offered u bribe to testify
against Mr. Sllllmnn. He indignantly
spurned the offer and reported the mat
ter to the counsel for the defense.
Mr. Comegys cross-examined him at
length but his evidence was not shak
en. An effort was made by the prosecu
tion to show by the witness that Mr.
Gallagher, himself was a reluctant wit
ness, and therefore not likely lo go to
such aiuexponse to secure testimony.
When the question was objected to,
Mr. Comegys reasoned with the court
that If Gallagher, hltnseir, was not a
willing witness, it was not credible that
he would be so interested in the
prosecution as to iny himself liable to
penalizing, by attempting to buy evi
dence. "As n Philadelphia lawyer would say,
'that's non-sequltur,' " Judge Whcaton
Interposed. "It may be that a man
would be perfectly willing thut some
one else should do something lie, him
self, would not do."
Mr. Stevens denied that P. W. Gal
lagher gave him $150 or nny other
r"money or- valuable thing to intlucnce
his vote on the franchise ordinance or
for any, other purpose, save n $10 bill
which ho demanded as reimbursement
for time lost and money spent, while
serving as a witness for the defendant
in the equity proceedings.
DID XOT KNOW.
"Would you have taken money if it
had been offered you?" asked Mr. Com
egys on cross-examination.
"I do not know," promptly repeated
Mr. Stevens declared further cm cross
examination, that P. W. Gallagher
never even asked him to vote for the
ordinance. The only persons who so
licited him to vote for the measure, ho
said, were the property holders of Old
Patrick Gallagher, another of the
councllmen alleged to have been bribed,
was the next witness. He is 01 years. of
age, a mine foreman and a resident of
Old Forge for thirty-two years.
Ho denied emphatically that he ever
received a cent from P. W. Gnllaghor
excepting $10 for witness fees and ex
penses at the time the proceedings In
equity to annul the franchise were
before a master. Ho also maintained
that Gallagher never nuked him lo vole
for the ordinance.
On cross-examination he unhesitat
ingly admitted ho met P. W. Gallagher
at the company's olllces in this city
one Sunday morning when the ordin
ance was pending. Messrs. Stevens,
Munroo and Kllcoyne were also pres
ent. He remained only a short time,
but while, ho was there not a word
was said about the passage of the or
dinance. Mr. Stevens was there, the
witness said, as chairman of a com
mittee appointed by the councils to In
duce the company to build n retaining
wall tit a narrow part of the road where
It was proposed to run the truck. Thu
others were members of this com
mittee. The witness could not recall thu con
versation he had with P. W. Gallagher,
but ho was positive he was not asked
to vote for the ordinance. When asked
what brought him there, the witness
replied that he went up to see what
was going on.
HANNAH FOLLOWED 1UM,
Tlio witness provoked a laugh by tell
ing that Mr. Hannah followed them
and watched them go up in the com
pany's odlce. He denied having met
Mr. Silllman In John H. Bonner's office.
At this juncture of the case the qucs
tlon as to whether or not the giving of
the pass books to thu councllinen con
stituted bribery was passed upon by
Judge Whenton. It was positively de
clared by the Judge thut he would not
permit of u conviction u this case on
the strength of the giving of pass
books, especially when the common
wealth's own witness, who distributed
the passes, admitted that he told the
recipients the passes wero only'a cour
tesy customarily extended to ull muni
cipal oillrtuls on the lino of the com
pany's roads, und not In any way In
tended to inlluence them to vote for the
Mr. Comegys pointed out thut there
Is a constitutional provision making It
an offenso for an ofllcer such us a bor
ough councilman to uccept ft pass.
Judge Whenton remarked thut he
would let the appellate courts pass up
on the mutter of this constitutional"
provision. Ho did not want to bo un
derstood as being disposed to reverse
A $i,ooo PRIZE.
A prominent manufacturer has of
fered A prize of one thousand dollars
for tlio best essay on preventive medi
cine, "believing that n proper exercise
of preventive medicine Is of Incal
culable benefit to the human race."
The tendency of medical science Is to
ward preventive- measures. The host
thought of the world Is being given
to thu subject, It Is easier and better
to prevent than to cure. It has been
fully demonstrated that pneumonia,
one of the most dangerous diseases that
medical men have to contend with, can
bo prevented by the use of Chamber
lain's Cough nomctly. Pneumonia al
ways results from a cold or from nn
attack of Influenza (grip), and It has
been observed thnt thin remedy coun
teracts the tendency of these diseases
toward pneumonia. This has been fully
proven In many thousands of cases
in which this remedy has been used
during the groat prevalence of colds
and grip In recent years, and can be
rolled upon with Implicit confidence,
For sale by all druggists.
the constitution, but he would reiterate
that ho would not sustain a conviction
for bribery based on the giving of a
puss to tin official. ,Tho constitution of
Now York state, the judge further re
marked, contains a provision making
it tin offense for a railway to give a
pass lo any public official, yet the leg
islature of thnt very same state passes
a. law making It quite ns grave tin of
renso for a railroad company to refuse
to furnish free transportation to the
board of railway commissioners and
all subordinate officers of the board.
IN LINE WITH RULING.
This ruling Is in line with Judge
G mister's finding In the equity ease In
which he annuled the original fran
chise ordinance. Ho hesitated to say
that the giving of passes was bribery
but to his mind, it tainted the ordin
ance with fraud. When the passes wero
returned and the ordinance re-enacted
by the same councllmen, the annulling
injunction was modified to such an
extent as to make the construction and
operation of the road possible.
Thomas Munroe, the third of the
councllmen changed with sharing In
the $300, next took the stand, and, as
emphatically as the others, denied ever
having received nny money from P. AV.
Gallagher, other than $10 for witness
fees, which he and the others had
demanded. He never received any
valuable consideration and never de
manded any for voting for the ordin
ance. On cross-examination, i In explain
ing the occasion of the Sunday morn
ing visit to the company's office, the
witness said he and the other council
men who made the visit were appoint
ed a committee to see the company of
ficials and endeavor to obtain certain
concessions in return for the franchise
for which the company was asking.'
These concessions were the building bf a
retaining wall at Babylon; the building
of a wall In front of the property of
the Bees estate, and a' guaranty that
the roadway would be kept In repair
for a period of three years.
He denied absolutely that there was
even a suggestion of money for his
vote coming either from him to the
company or the company to him. The
mutter of the company paying his elec
tion expenses was never broached.
In relation to the meeting in Attor
ney Bonner's office, the witness said
that it was intended that Mr. Bonner
should become borough solicitor, and
several of the councllmen were there
consulting him. Mr. Silllman was there
but how he came to be there the wit
ness could not say. The meeting
was held on the day (he councllmen
received their certificates of election.
Mr. Silllman did not speak about the
ordinance at that time or any oilier
Thomas Kllcoyne, who was president
of the council, was called to show that
the borough had had no street rail
way facilities, that it was it large and
growing municipality, and that its In
habitants were demanding of councils
that It grant a franchise for a road
through the borough, all of which was
for the purpose of rebutting the pre
sumption to be drawn from P. AV. Gal
lagher's testlmonj that there was such
opposition to a franchise the council
men had to be bribed to grant one. The
evidence was objected to as being
immaterial and Judge Whenton sus
tained the objection.
Major Warren then offered a copy of
the Sunday Free Press, of October 12,
1901, which contained an article bitterly
assailing General Manager Silllman,
which article Mr. Gallagher had ad
mitted was written by him. Major
AVarren also offered u letter written
to him by Mr. Gallagher, August 19,
IS!)!), in which the writer declares he
will make his absence from the com
pany's service as costly ns If it was
still paying him a salary. The letter
reikis as follows:
Suanton, Pa., Aug. 10, 1MW.
Kveretc Win nn, uc Magnolia, M.u.:
My Hear Major: I am erate.Ml for the opres.
(.ion of nood will ami lcmet Ihat I have formed
other associations, or lather that It w.u neces
sary. I had In form them. It will be putly
hard sledding for some little time, hut hope in
the course of ti few mouths to be makiiie; equally
as iiiucli money as Mr. Mlllman was paying me.
Of toiirce, I anticipate that a coiisldeiablo por
tion of my income will come from the Scranlon
Hallway company, and expect lo earn somo of It
in the September term. I have no fight with
you, but I would not bo human If 1 did not bend
evciy efl'oit In make my licence as cxpen.lvo as
! possibly can. Tlibj I will do, Using all means
at my disposal. I tuist that ,ioit will be much
benefitted by jour vacation, 1 expect in a few
d.iy.s to be in rooms o and 10, Coal Jlxcliango.
ory slneei dy,
The paper and the letter wore ad
mitted and given to the Jury.
One of the contentious of the defense
Is thut the prosecutor, William P.cpp,
who was one of a company defeated in
nn effort to secure rights for a railway
In QUI Forge, Is prompted In this
prosecution by a design to affect the
proceedings for the annulment of the
Old Forge franchise now pending before
In support of this contention, Major
AVarren offered in evidence a record
of the proceedings In the case of
Charles J, Keogh, William Pepp and
others against the Seranton and Pitts
ton Railway company In which the
franchise ordinance Is nttacked, and nn
offer to show that Mr. Repp mid others
sought to secure rights for a railway
In Old Forgo under the title of the
Taylor and Old Forgo Railway com
pany; that they brought quo warranto
proceedings to prevent Colonel AVntres'
Lackawnmia Street Rullway company
from securing the rights for a railway
through Old Forge and that Mr, Repp
was one of the two abutting property
holders, who by un Injunction prevent
ed the Seranton and Pittston Railway
company from going through Old Forge
when It was a township.
This was all for the purpose of s,how
ing thut the prosecution wu3 not
brought in good faith, and to servo us
an Index to the Jury as to how It should
UNLIKE "BILLY" HE WAS NOT
(Continued Q Page 12.
Admitted That He Might Have Ac
cidentally Allowed His Hand to
Coino Lightly In Contact with the
Pnco of Walters, but the Jury
Could Not Agree as to Whether or
Not It Was Accidental Defendant
Is Walking Delegate nntl Prosecu
tor a Non-union Boss.
At adjourning time Thursday the
criminal list for the week, had been
cleared to date, with the exception of
the Silllman ense, and such cases ns
wero rendy for trial on yesterday's list
were for the, most part of a rather tri
By noon time all had been disposed
of with the exception of n case tried be
fore Jtulgo Nowcomb in No. 2. The
defendant, K. E. Patterson, walking
delegate of the Carpenters' Union, was
chargotl with assault and battery on
Edward Wallers, a contractor. AVal
ters was engaged In building a shop for
Marketman Savllle, of North Main nve
mie, near Lafayette street. Patterson
waited on Savllle to inquire about his
having given out the Job to a non
union contractor. Patterson and Sa
vllle went to the job and words were
exchanged between the walking dele
gate and the non-union 'boss.
"I pny my men and that's what all
of your union contractors can't say,"
declared Walters. "Yott'r a liar," says
the walking delegate. "You'r a liur,"
echoed the non-union boss.
Walters says at that juncture Pat
terson struck him. Patterson says Wal
ters struck at him and In, warding off
the blow, possibly, his hand did come
slightly In contact with Walters' face.
He positively averred, however, that ho
did not give him an Intentional blow.
The jury came In after a couple of
hours' deliberation and declared It
could not agree. Judge Newcomb sent
them out to try again. An hour later
they again came in and declared there
was no hope of an agreement. Judge
Nowcomb allowed them to go.
M. J. Martin, nsslsted Assistant Dis
trict Attorney AV. Gaylord Thomas In
the prosecution. City Solicitor George
M. AVatson appeared for the defend
ant. Matthew Stanllus pled guilty of steal
ing billiard balls from Louis Rosen
berg's parlor, on Penn avenue, and was
sent up for thirty days, by Judge Ed
wards. The following cases were not prossed,
on payment of costs by the defendants:
Michael Size, larceny and receiving;
Frank Robling, jr., prosecutor.
John Keane and James AAr. Cnni
mlngs, larceny and receiving, and
cruelty to animals; Eugene Deeming,
The prosecutors failing to appear,
verdicts of not guilty, with the costs
placed on the prosecutor, were taken in
the case of Joseph Scott, charged by J.
A, DoLaskey with larceny and receiv
ing, and assault and battery: and
Thomas Bonus, charged with assault
and battery on Mary Jerzurskl.
Capiases were issued for the follow
ing non-responding defendants: Stan
islaw Ovetikl, larceny and receiving;
Matthew Pfaff, selling liquor without a
license; James Keenan and others, neg
ligence by bailee.
Forty-six surely and desertion cases
are scheduled for a hearing today.
H A Mark of Good Breeding-
3? "By their dining room ye shall know them. No other room In
the house Is as stirc a test of housewifely character, A lavish Jg
outlay of money Is not necessary to Its furnishing dalotlness, 3c
Exquisite neatness and judicious selection Is what la required. !e
An occasional addition to the China Closet adds beauty to the 2
surroundings, a dozen Choice Plntcs, Small Breakfast Set,
Stenk Set, Chop Sets, Bouillon Cups, a Single- Piece of
Cut Glass. Our store Is full of helpful suggestions to thoso
who want a tastefully furnished Dining Room and you do not
have to pay a fancy price, either.
3 fieo V MiBlar & Co m Wjomtnu Avonnd 'g
5 JCU. . i.Y)Uiam Wk. VU. WIUIiiJtok Around. Kg
We Clean and Sterilize Carpets and Rugs
Making them look fresh and new nnd destroying all moths.
Carpets scoured without injury to color or texture. .....
Seranton Bedding Co., R- AMrf.l3tr
Lackawanna and Adams Avenues. Both 'Phones
ti& JJ 9S (T3 S9 O) S9 3 4D
er fill Shoe Bargains
OUT SALE !
End of the
F. L.. CRASSSE,
324 Lackawanna Avenue.
100S Persian ami -M.irtcn Stoun
1023 PoiHuu ami .MouflloiiK Ktoim
1007 Mink Slonu collar
2221 Mink Coll.uctto
102S flrelie Collaictlc
1033 Mack Mm ten Kcaif
V'ii Black Maitcn ,Snf
1001 Elcctilo Sell Scaif
100.J i:iccti ic Sc.il Se.tif
11DS Sable To:; Seaif
11C0 Salilo Vix Sent
1143 nine Lynx "call'
200 Pine I.mix Scurf
lOiW ltecl Pox Scat
SCO Mink Scaif, Ions tabs
C01D Mink Scaif
1)72 Ciini'inion Hear Ijo.'i, !) yds
.127 Jllack Hoar lloa, :i yds Ions.
071 Iliown Hear lloa, 3 yds lonR.
S00 Natural Onposiim lloa, :i jds
71)0 Oiay Fox Una, 3 yds Ions..
293 Blue Lynx Ro.i, :i yds long.
$13.00 now .jO.OO
05.00 now S.OO
2.1.00 now 15.00
13.00 now (1.00
7.00 now 4.00
1..".0 now 1.0J
2.50 now 1..V)
15.00 now 10.00
S.50 now 5.0(1
15.00 now 10.00
12.0U now S.OJ
7.00 now 1.00
::5.00 now 25.00
23.00 now 17.00
H5.00 now 25.00
20.00 now 15.0,)
15.00 now 10.00
10.00 now 7.00
1S.00 now 12.00
To be properly corseted ons
should be fitted by an expert. Wa
have expert fitters.
If you will permit us to cor
set you, using our own judg
ment as to the correct style,
etc., thereby creating a good
figure for you, we will guar
antee satisfactory results.
We carry the latest Models foi
Slender, Medium and Full figures
in prices from 50c to 10.50.
rice & Jenkins,
130 Wyoming Ave,
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ureat aie ox
This Entire Stock of
Etc., was bought by us at 25 cents on the dollar. We
will clear it out at once, and offer the greatest bargains
ever given in this city. It will pay you to buy at this
sale for next winter, besides many weeks of rough weath
er are still ahead of us.
M. D. BRESCHEL, furrier
124 Wyoming Ave., Opp. The Globe
TiSr-LOOK FOR THE BEAR,