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THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1002.
IJavo born the tocoBntzed utandartl for
'brilliancy. durability and covering enn
nelty, and that record stilt remains un
broken. Complete lines of
Raynold's Oil Stains,
Campbell's Varnish Stains,
Patton's Shingle Stains,
'ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
PURE LINSEED OILS,
320 Lackawanna Avenue.
Fire Sale of
There still remains a great
quantity of most desirable Wall
Papers, Shades, Etc., although
we have sold an enormous quan
tity during the past week.
As our new stock for our now
store arrives next week, WE
WILL SELL OUR PRESENT
STOCK AT PRACTICALLY
YOUR OWN PRICE THIS
WEEK, ns It must be disposed
of before reopening our former
Jacobs & Fasold
505 Linden Street.
Express and Drayman
Freight and Furniture moved
with care. Piano moving a
Residence rear 228 Frank
lin ave. New 'phone, 740.
Furniture upholstered and repaired.
Send postal to 1WS Providence Road.
Old 'Phone, 109-3, Green Ridge.
AX ALDERMANIO MARRIAGE.-Adam Tobar
ind Miss Jodiunga M. IVuzkewics Mere married
(Cstcrday by Alderman Rudddy.
CARLES STRUNO.-Cablcs hae been (.tiling
for the new tcot bridge at Iiaee street and woilc
(in it is being rapidly pushed foru-aid.
OFFICE REMOVED. Attornejs F. J. Filzim.
rnons and John M. McCouit have i mimed their
law offices to room 23 ol the Conncll building.
HIS LEO BROKEX.-lMlrltk Conboy, of 323
Second street, bad liia light lee broken by a
fall ot coal in the Oxford mine jesteiday. lie
2a taken to the Laekawanna hospital.
nCCDIiAR MEETING. The Woman's Foreign
Missionary society of tlio First ircsbytcrian
i hurch will hold its icgular monthly, jiieetiiig in
the church Iciluie loom this afternoon at 4
REGULAR MEETING. The Jnenagera of the
Home for the Friendless will have a regular meet
ing this morning at the Young Women's Chris
tian association rooms: at D.SO. All arc urged to
PATCHED UP DIFFERENCES. Timothy
Kelly, of Dunmore, was arrested jetcrday at
the instance of lus wife, Ellen, who chaijjul
him with deserting her and her children a week
ago. Alderman Ruddy httccceded in Betting them
to kiss and make up te(ue, they left bis pfjHc
STREET CARS COIXIDE.-The rear ot a la.
fjjette street car wja run into jesteiday morning
on Ljckawnnna aenue by it l!cl!cue-Stoue .He
mic car. llic icar end of.tho Lifajctto tar a
badly dimaged and the fiont of the other uir
was smashed, up considerably but no one was
PF.XT TO IlIi,LSII)U !IOMi:.-Michoe J. Xury,
who U BurTeiing fiom religious minla, wax ar
retted jritcidjy "morning while lurangulng a
ypyd, JP,,oiie,ot the court lion- con Mors. He
W.UJ rocnnjnd J.y l)rsy (lunger and llcrry, who
picneiiMceil liiin insane and oigncd papcis torn-mittlni,-
lilrn.to the county JjII,
'TltlUD '10 JUMP HOARD ntlX.-Fodcl Wan
fliind was ntrcded yesterday at Hie Lnckawanni
fetation while ulioiit'tii take a train for New Voik.
Ik- n chained wfh attfmptlns' fo defraud
I'rulcl Ciumilno, of (Ferdinand street, out of a
ho-ird bill, "Jhe cuvi was fettled befoic it ame
to trial before .MagLitrato Millar.
P., I. AND W. PAVJ)AYfi.-Tho employes ot
the Diamond ami Storrs tbatts nnd the Diamond
Waslary will bo paid today, Tomoriow the em
plojei of the following places will be pihls
Archbald, liellcYiic, Ilellevne wafchery, RrWiln,
Cayuga, Continental, Podge, Hampton, Hampton
wahery. UoMm, lljdo J'a,tk, O.(oid wauhery,
ItfhJKSloan ahd Taj lor,
Funeral held last night,
.iFuueral . seevjees over the lato Miss
Blanche Lloyd, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. T, S, Lloyd, were conducted nt tho
f4in!ly residence, on Madison avenue,
List night by Key. James McLeod, D.
n pastor of the First Presbyterian
tEarly this morning rflo remains were
taken to Richmond, Vu.,-tho former
home of the Lloyd fumlly, where they
will be laid to rest. .
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen' rofjf.KascawcrJIt cures painful,
inurtlmr, pervous c&-and inurowing-.iuik, and
instantly take the ttlng out of corw and bunlonj
It's the creatML comfott discovery of the age.
Allen' b I'oot-cae make tight or new thoct feel
tav. It la certain cure (or fttcatlmr callguj
and hot, lirfU, uchUi,Kc. 'fry It t6day, Bold
liy all druVifUtt and shoe Moicj. Don't accept
liny MiiiMiiine. ny mall tor 'On In stamps. Tr al
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THEY ARE APPRECIATIVE.
Citizens of Peckville Thank Superin
tendent Ferber and Firemen,
That the citizens), of Ulakoly borough
ore appreciative wna demonfitmted on
Tuesday night, when, at a public meet
ing, a vote of thanks was tendered II,
F. Kerber, superintendent of the bureau
of fires of this city, and the local Arc
department, for the assistance rendered
during the recent fire In Peckvlllo. The
following letter was yesterday received
by Superintendent Ferber:
11. K. Ferber, lr,, Chief of l'lre Department,
Dear Sir: At a publlo mccllnir of the cltlretH
ol HUkcly borough, held April I, I WW, n uinnl
tnoiM otc ol thanks was tendered )ou nml the
Sernnton Fire department for jour prompt re
fpnmu to our call for aid and the excellent and
laliiahlr seniors rendered thl.i community by
j on und your firemen at the late fire in Peck
llle. t take pleasure In ctendlng you Hits token
nf recognition which Is endorsed by the heart
felt thanks ot ccry clllren of the community.
William Allen, Chaliman.
Attel-E. II. Rllter, hcrrclary.
Pccklllc, Pa., April 2, lira!.
In connection with this, It Is interest
ing to note that the Archbald Gits and
Water company has made arrange
ments with the Scranton Gas and
"Water company for the laying of a
12-Inch mnln from Mott Hnvon through
to Peckville, the same to be supplied
from the latter company's reservoirs.
This will insure sufficient water pres
sure to effectively light a large fire.
ARE GETTING CLOSER.
Immediate Settlement of the Street
Car Strike Depends on a Con
ference to Be Held Today.
All of yesterday the "new forces" at
work on the settlement of the street
car strike were busy negotiating with
the company and the strikers. At 1
o'clock this morning, the strikers hud
agreed upon a proposition which the
"new forces" believed would be ac
ceptable to the company. The "new
forces" will submit this proposition to
General Manager Silllman today, and
If he agrees to "it, a special meeting
of the strikers will be called forthwith
to declare the strike off.
One of the "new forces" said to a
Tribune man this morning: "The con
tending parties were not far apart last
night, and tonight they are still closer.
It looks as if an adjustment would be
reached in a very short time."
A member of tho strikers' exeputlve
committee said: "We are looking for
a speedy settlement. The terms of set
tlement are not all that we ought to
get considering the fight we have made,
but we are willing to make sacrifices
for the welfare of the public which has
made so many sacrifices for us."
The success of the new movement
depends on a conference to be had to
day between General Manager Silllman
and a prominent citizen, who Is tho
leader of the "new forces." His name
is withheld at his own urgent request.
A DELIGHTFUL DANCE.
Spinsters Entertained at Bicycle Club
A most delightful dance was given
last night at the Scranton Bicycle club
by the Spinsters. It' was the secontl
dance of the season conducted by this
popular coterie of young women, and
the guests numbered over one hundred.
The affair had been arranged by Miss
Bessie Rice, of this city, and Miss Besfate
Freas, of Jermyn. Music was furnished
by the Lawrence orchestra. The pa
tronesses were: Mrs. F. S. Godfrey,
Mrs. H. A. Pierce and Mrs. George
WILL BE ENFORCED.
Police Will Observe Provisions of
William Jarvis, the first prisoner to
be arraigned in police court this year
for riding a bicycle without a lamp,
was fined $3 in police court yesterday
morning' by Magistrate Millar.
Superintendent Day stated yesterday
afternoon to a Tribune man that he
intends to rigorously enforce the or
dinance lequlrlng lighted lamps on
bicycles after sunset. "No one will be
spared," -sald he, "and no excuses will
WORK ON BIG PRINTING
- A," M'tt V" " 'A1' ..) S K
PROPOSED PRINTERY OF INTERNATIONAL TEXT-BOOK CO.
Work on tho superstructure of the big
printing plant of tho International Text
Book company Is about to begin, Tho
contract has been awarded to Ilovd
house, Ayro & Co., of Philadelphia, and
they ore required to have tho southern
ha,lf of tho building completed und
ready fop "occupancy before the full, A
temporary partition will bo placed at
tho end of the completed half, so that
It can be utilized while the other half
Is being constructed, When completed
tho structure will represent nn expendi
ture of more thun a quni ter of a million
Tho building Is located on tho east
erly half of the block bounded by Ash
street, Wyoming avenue and Poplur
street. Its dimensions ,'ire 167x460 feet.
The front and rear pavilions aro three
stories n height. The central pavilion,
connecting tho other two, is two stories
In height. Pompellan mottled brick is
used for tho outside construction und
fnced brick for the Interior. Bed sanu
stone will bo used for the trimmings.
The first tloor of the central pavilion
will be one large room, In which will bo
located tho heavy machinery, such as
the printing presses. It will be lighted
on two sides, and ulsa b,y u skylight 25
WON'T GIVE UP
APPROPRIATION BILL NOT YET
Democrats of Common Council Re
fuse to Concur in the Recommenda
tion of the Committee Appointed to
Adjust the Differences of the Two
Branches on the Estimates Budget
and the New Council Will Have to
Provldo for tho City's Expense.
Tho Select Council.
Unless an agreement can bo reached
tit the adjourned sessions to be held
at 9 o'clock, an hour before rc-orgnnl-zatlon,
next Mondny morning, the ap
propriation ordinance Is dead, nnd the
Incoming councils will have to fiico tho
task of framing and passing a new ap
propriation ot dimmer. While this Is
being done the various city depart
ments will bo 'absolutely without funds
nnd oillululs und employes cannot draw
Tho report of tho confetencc commit
tee framed at Wednesday night's con
ference provided that the ?G0O Item for
a common council clerk and $1U5 for
extra water rent should be left out ot
tho ordinance und the other two dis
puted Items, $800 for tho Keyser Valley
Hose company and $1,140 for an as
sistant city engineer should be allowed
Select council was ngroeable to tho
recommendations of tho conference
committee, but it did not get an op
portunity of voting on them. The re
port went into common council first
and there it was flagged. The Demo
cratic commoners would not agree t,o
the killing of the clerkship item, and
voted against accepting the recommen
dations of the conference committee.
Mr. Coleman, a Democratic member of
tho conference committee, voted with
tho Republicans. Mr. Norton, the oth
er Democratic conferee, did not vote.
Tho division was as follows:
Ajes J. .1. Evans, Snow den, W. W. Evan?,
Soaring, Robathan, James, Lewis, . Coleman,
htlpp, Keller, Partridge, I'alnc 12.
Najs J. F. i:ans, Haggcrty, McGreciy, ltu
ane, Roche, Phillips, Chailcs llosar, Oahin, (iui
rell, Rush, (iraf, Joseph Rosar, Troy, Cusick,
Messrs. Keller, Partridge and Paine
changed their votes before tho xesult
was announced that they might be in
a position to move a reconsideration if
opportunity of adopting the report pre
sented itself. It was agreed by a mo
tion from the Demociatlc side that
when council adjourned it should be to
meet Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
Select council is also to meet at the
same hour. It is possible that the or
dinance may be passed at these meet
ings, but this is a rather bare possibil
ity. Before passing fiom the considera
tion ot the measure, the Democrats
carried a motion to recommit it to the
estimates committee. Under the law
the ordinance should have been passed
before the last day of February.
Ordinances passed third and final
leading as follows: Piovlding for the
distiibution of city advertising: ap
propi luting funds to pay state tax on
loans; requiring street cars to be pro
vided with fenders and wheel guards;
providing for an electric light on Col
umbia avenue near the boulevaid; pro
viding for three electric lights In tho
Nineteenth waul; providing for paint
ing the Lackawanna avenue and Cedar
An ordinance for sidewalks on
Tin oop, Parker and Depot streets and
an oidlnance providing for the re
pavement of upper Lackawanna ave
nue, passed first and second leadings.
By a vote of 21 to 6 the ordinance
making it u nuisance to spit on any
sidewalk or throw electtic light car
bon butts on the street, was killed on
The Vaughau resolution instructing
the director of public safety to dis
charge the employes of the small-pox
hospital and lease the building If pos
sible, was concurred in. ;
ABOUT TO BEGIN
feet wldo nnd 330 feet long. Above It,
excepting In the space occupied by tho
light-well, will be two Hues or rooms to
be used for vailous put poses, such as
binding and the like. The uses to which
the other apartments will be put have
not yet been definitely decided,
Tho entranco fiom Ash street will bo
through a stone-lined vestibule leading
to an arcade with three tuchwnys, tho
two side ones opening on stairways
leading to tho second lloor, and tho cen
tral one leading to the big printing
There will bo a plentitudo of passen
ger and freight elevators, nnd at the
Poplar btreet end of tho building will bo
a long platform skirting a rullro.id bid
ing, to facilitate tho handling of freight,
Everything In the line of plumbing,
heating und ventilating will be of the
most modern pattern, and the coiibtruc
tlon throughput will bo of .the mill or
slow burning character, Tho cellar will
bo built us a fire-proof vault for the
storage of electioplutes ujul the like,.
Tho main Idea in the designing of the
building wus to make l( durable und yet
ornato. The architect Is W, Scott Col
lltib, head of the architectural depart
ment of the International Corrcsnonu
Tho ordinance providing that motor
men and conductors on trolley curs
shall pass an examination to prove
their competency, and tho ordinance
regulating building Inspection are tho
only measures remaining In tho clerk's
box, Neither Is to be passed.
Select council held a short session last
night, which was marked mnlnly by a
rush upon the part of holdover mem
bers to got choice seatB vacated by re
tiring members, Thomas Cosgrovo took
the seat In the center of tho first row
that wilt be vacated Mondny by W. G.
O'Mnlley, tho retiring member from tho
Twentieth ward, nnd John J. McAndrew
took the adjoining scat on tho north, to
bo vacated by C. F. Wagner, of the
Tenth, Jnmcs Mnloney took tho sent
adjoining O'Mnlley on the south, where
snt Muloney'n predecessor, the Hon.
John E. Roche. When Mr. Itoche re
tired from council It was taken by John
K. Shea, of tho Twelfth ward, who re
tires Mondny. '
The two seals north of the nlsto have
been occupied by Adnm Kchroodor, of
the Sixteenth, and R L. Merrlmnn.
Scnroeder retires, nnd his place was
taken by Thonuis O'Boyle. Merrlmnn
moved back to the center sent In the
second row, occupied for years by
Wade M. Finn, who retires, J. J. Cos
tcllo moved up from tho rcur row nnd
took Mr. Merrlman's front row scat.
The front row men In tho next council,
from south to north, will bo us follows:
Richard Morgan, David Evans, Repub
licans; James P. Muloney, Thoinus Cos
grove, J. J. McAndrew, Thotnus O'Boyle
and J. J. Costello, Democrats, unless
the election of a chairman should make
a break In It.
The following ordinances were passed
rm third reading: For three electric
i lights In tho First wurd; permitting
I Mis. John P. Coin1 to enter into a pn-
I vale contract for paving In front of her
property on Penn avenue, between Lln
i den and Mulberry streets; for the erec
tion of, an electric light In Hnllstead
' court,- between' Mulberry -and Linden
i street; for a night gnteman. at the
Delaware and Hudson crossing at Green
A resolution was introduced directing
the director of public safety to sell the
horse of Sanitary Officer Burke and ap
ply the proceeds toward the purchase
of a new horse.. .
BOARD OF EXAMINERS
NAMED BY JUDGES
They Will Pass Upon the Fitness of,
Candidates for the Office of
As a first step towaids making opei
ntlvc the new mine inspection act,
Judges Edwards, Kelly and Newcomb
yesterday appointed George Watklns,
Timothy D. Hayes and John Boland,
miners, and Iteese A. Phillips and
James Young, mining engineers, to
comprise the board of examiners of
candidates for Inspectorships.
Tho new law, known ns the Garner
act, makes the Inspectors elective In
stead of appointive; increases the num
ber of inspectors from eight to six
teen; rearranges the inspection district
lines so that there shall be sixteen in
stead of eight districts, and provides
that every operated chamber in every
district shall be visited by an inspector
at least once in every two months.
The inspectois are to be elected next
fall. In this county, which Is made to
comprise the Second Inspection dis
trict, there aro to be four inspectors
instead of two as ut present. Only two
Inspectors, however, are to bo elected
next fall, as the terms of the pres-ent
appointive Inspectors, Edward Roder
ick, of the Fiist Lackawanna dlstilct,
nnd Henry O. Prytherch, of the Second
Lackawanna district, do not expire un
til five years from the present mouth,
each just having been reappointed for
a full term, and, under the law, can
not be disturbed.
The candidates for Inspector must
register with tho county commlssloneis
six months pi lor to election day, and
submit to an examination us to their
competency, by the board yesterday ap
pointed by the court. Any candidate
who answers 90 per cent of the ques
tions submitted by the board Is eligible
to election. Tho elective term Is three
years. The salary Is to remain as be
fore, $3,000 per annum.
The four sub-districts into which the
county is to be divided are to be fixed
by the chief oC the bureau pf mines
after the election.
In drafting the Gurnet' bill, by some
oversight, D.iuphln, Wayne, Susque
hanna, Lebanon and Sullivan counties
were not Included In any uf the new
Inspection districts. The bill, it will
be remembered, was vigorously op
posed, not only by tho pies-ent Inspec
tors, but by repiL'Sentntlves of the
miners, and there Is u probability the
act will bo attacked in tho courts on
the constitutional giound of spetlul
The Inspectors opposed It mainly be
cause of Its making the office elective
and Its provision that each working
place bo vlHltcd al lenst once In two
months, which they claim Is a physical
impossibility. Those of the mlneis
who opposed It contended It would have
a tendency to Introduce politics Into
their union and causo hurtlul dissen
sions. WAS VERY FORGIVING
Mrs. Abdu Abdula Took the Hus
band Who Deserted and Bob
bed Her Back Again.
Mis, Abdu Abdula, of 90S Juckbon
street, had her husband arraigned be
fore Alderman Kellow yesterduy on tho
charges of desertion, non-support,
adultery and bigamy. Hut she is for
giving and after the hearing she agreed
to tuke him to her homo and her affec
tions. He agreed to return, pay her
$500 of a $1,000 ho took from her when
ho eloped Bomo weeks ago with a
Abdu becunio ennmored of a young
Arabian woman whom he brought to
this country several months ago fiom
her native land. She lived with him
and hlifwlfo as a servant, working out
tho money ho advanced to pay for her
passage, February 26. Abdula and tho
girl disappeared und w(th them went
$1,000 which belonged to Audit's wlfo.
The latter traced tho elopers to Phila
delphia und then caused warrants to
be Issued for their urrest.
, Constable Jarnes Clark went to the
Quaker "City and picked Abdu up. The
woman he eloped with has not yet been
Last night there was a celebration lu
the Avablun settlement In honor of' the
return of 'the erring one and his i''ug
DEFEATED COSTELLO BY A VOTE
OF SIX TO FIVE.
Democrats of Select Council Finally
Agree on Their Candidate for
Chairman and Pledge Their Eleven
Votes to His Support Four Re
publicans of Common Council He
fuse to Commit Themselves and
Leave the Situation in the Lower
Branch no Hazy as Evor All De
pends on the Four.
Tho eleven Democrats who will bo In
the new select council came to an
agreement on the chnlrmanshlp at a
caucus held last night In the St.
Charles. After voting down a motion
,to have Messrs. McAndrew and Costel
lo with Chairman Qulnunn und two
others, select the candidate, a secret
ballot wus taken, and Mr. McAndrew
was chosen by a vote of six to five.
All of the eleven stood up und pledged
themselves to support Mr. McAndrew,
Tho Republicans of select council, as
far as nin be learned, have given up
hopes of controlling the organization.
There Is, however, a persistent rumor
to the offect that Mr, Oliver is to be
elected by the ten Republicans and one
Democrat. Tho Democrat who, It Is
alleged, Is to vote for Mr. Oliver stated
positively to a Tribune reporter lust
night, that he would support the choice
of the Democratic caucus.
Tho situation in the common council
Is rather hazy. Both the Republicans
and Democrats held caucuses last
night, but neither resulted In an assui
ance of victory for either side.
Messrs. Keller, Paine, Partridge and
Harvey, four Republicans, hold the
balance of power. They say they are
not as much Interested In the chair
manship us they are in the clerkship.
They demand that thp $600 item for a
clerk of common council shall be
stricken out and that the nsststant
city clerk shall bo called upon to do
The Democrats agreed to sacrifice
the clerk for the election of Mr. Calpin
and the quartette in question half
agreed. It Is said, to support Mr. Cal
pin under this consideration, providing
the Republicans wouldn't. The Repub
licans last night had a consultation'
with Messrs. Keller, Paine and Part
ridge, and endeavored to conciliate
them. As far as could be learned no
pledges were exchanged. The Demo
crats met In the St. Charles hotel, and
after reviewing the situation resolved
to wait until Saturday night before
taking final action, on the proposition
to win the support of the Keller-Palne-Harvey-Partridge
quartette by sacrific
ing the clerk.
The situation is further complicated
by a provision of the new charter, to
tho effect that the lecorder&hull not
approve of any appropriation for cur
rent expenses, until provision has
been made for meeting all the fixed
expenses. The leorg.inizatlon ordin
ances provides for a clerk of common
council at a salary ot $600 a year. If
an appropriation is not made to meet
this expense the ordinance, so it Is al
leged, can not legally bo signed by the
recorder. It is further claimed that
Recorder Connell takes this view of
it, but he refuses to anticipate what
will be his com so In case the bill comes
to' him without the common council
clerkship appropriation included.
A NEW DIGEST.
Measure to Be Introduced Piovlding
for Preparation of Ouo.
A special ordinance appiopriatlng
tunds to pay for tho compilation of and
publishing ot a new digest of second
class city laws applicable to this city
and of all ordinances with penally
ulauseii passed by the local councils,
will be Introduced shoitly after tho
leorganizalkm of councils, with the ap
proval of the lecoidor and the city
The need of a new digest bus been
great and preying ever since Scranton
formally entered the second class. Tho
li i i d l
I Ladies' and Misses' Garments
S Ready to Wear. fj
."..,! p .. T.r:1. C-nA .Q.,?f-
A. new arrival of
9 Fine' Black Voyles, E:amiues, Canvasses, Cheviots,
9 Serges, Lined and Uuliued Skirts, aud Extra Drop
1 Dress Gowns
s A slight departure
jS frock, more trimming and
jig style, in new shades of
pretty blues, rich browns.
1 A Bargain For You
2 We have just received a line of Exhibition
2 Sample Gowns, Business and Dress Suits, colors
i? and black, at very attractive prices, 1 2-year Misses'
2 up to Ladies' 40 siz;. Every garment a bargain.
?3 ... ...
3 COME and
415417 Lackawanna Ave.
I GAS PORTABLE!
5fc Whv ruin vnur PtActcrhr frvlnnr in rpnd
light from a chandelier.w
Portable with WaUhnr.h
ney, Shades, Six Feet of Tubing and all a
We have flantles that
ttiat are hard to beat.
GEO. V. MIL.L.AR & CO. Wnlk In rtHfl Innlt nrmind.
I A Perfect
I in Stock and Prices
Wo nlm to Ime ocr tlilujr you wont all the time. If uc hacu'l, tell m and
we'll not make tho sjiiio mlst.il.u tin' sciond lime.
5 See Our Sewing
n-, ... . ...r.
There me mme wi fur .1 eettlmr
prolialily liaio u for one at tlic prliiM no offer tliem.
A first t.l.iNS senlnK midline with
the machines .ire guauntieil. I'.IrIiUui
A most complete stock of fine fllinrliioi.', fiom the oicrjday to the flno rflk
mklnrcd. There's more In IIiim stink than moit people think; It is lull lu ooi
Uowing, and the scleitlonn wcic undo most carefully.
8c to 69c a Yard
Tells of the assortment jml varieties
i Wonderful Wash Goods
letter buy dome Wnh floods now-, lcc.ii.s.e, nlttlioiich some of the patterns
and ilclgns arc choice, some of them arc belter than others nnd it may 119 that
jours may lie pickrd out. Some of the most cnulsitp .iluMo fabric. No pro
Worn se.-.son has s-ccn Midi daintiness, delicacy jml charming effects a we arc
Naturally we aie pleased to know that we lead all olhen beieaboiits in the
Aaricly, etent and bc.inlj of these popular lines, which .ire now at their best.
We (iiulil cue joii Hie mine-, but "whit's in 11 name," 'lho goods aio here In
all their tlnrm-g of qmllty and sweetness uf c.pres-lon, as bhown by a casuil
glance at them. '
1 McConnell & Co. I
Hen's Furnishers and Women's Outfitters. S
I 400-402 Lackawanna Ave.
We are showing the finest Hue of Brass Beds
ever seen iti Scranton. Their finish is perfect.
Our Iron Beds cost you about two-thirds what
you pay elsewhere.
Scranton Bedding Co.,
F. A. KAISER, Manager.
Lackawanna and Adams Avenues.
Inst local digest was published In 1S84
and wus compiled by Former City Soli
citor James H. Torrey.
S A tli l
El V :
smart High Grade Suits. J;
$12.00 up to $50.00
from the severe tailored
stitching and a lot more
silver greys, soft green,
hen you can buy
Ftiirner. rinntle. C
we sell for 10 ,cet
134 Wyoming Avl
... . ....
midline tliuu Me eau " you of, anil you
.ill (lie utl.idimenN .mil a wooden lop; and
dollim Im.i.s one of thun.
THE BEDDING CO.
'Phone 2007. Old 'Phone 7oa.
Don't Strike !
"Sinoot," the Typewritet
Man, takes pleasure in ex
hibiting its merits from morn
till night. 1st floor Guernsey
Building, Scranton, Pa.
S'ii end of VirfiiiiU uumip, llic moot fashion,
able armio in Atlantic: City, Within -i lev
Mq.s of the fimous fetid 1'Ui, Compldo tlli
all (omrntdictsi, Imludint; btcim heat, tun pat
lor, dciulor, nnd hot am) cold batlu.
Tabic iuuuiaiil; direct ocean lciv,
Katei.-$2.0O to $3.00 Vet Jayj ?I2.00 to t,U.0)
weekly, V'litu for booklet.
N. R. BOTHWELL,
ronneily of Scranton,
Done quickly and reasonably
at The Tribune office.1