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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNB-MUDAY, JULY 11, 1902.
A TUB UODEnit HARDTTAltR STOnJ.
You can have It every
day at small expense, It
you wish, The llrst thins
necessary Is a
Oct It durliiR our July wile
niid save 20 cents on oVery
dollar Invested, All klntlB
nnd sizes ror yuu to select
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. Washing-ton Ave Q
International Toxt Book Co. Stock
for sale. Five shares nt $139.00 per
share. Wo offer this stock for less
than It has been selling for. These five
shares will make a nice little block for
some one who has a small amount of
money to invest.
H. 13. COMEGYS & CO.,
709 Connell Bldff.
of Music and Art
Season 1902-1903 opens Thurs
day, Sept. IS. Most modern
and approved methods. Send
for prospectus. Carter Build
ins, 6'1 Linden street.
r PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Heavy Teaming
' and General Draylng.
New Stables, 1415 Mulbery Street.
Hew 'Phone 2057.
' If You Are Considering
. ihe purchase or sale of any hlch crnde
fetpeks ortbontls better consult us. "Vc
make a specialty of this kind of securl
t JiF.nEQAHaEL &,CO.,
Rooms 106 & 207, Commonwealth Bids.
THE PEUPLt S MM
Solicits your banking
business , .
aiiJwea on savings
Sirs. TV. I.. Spcccc, of Madison avenue,
Is ill at her father's homo at Bald Mount.
Dr. W'i A. Paine, of W'nshburii Htieet,
.Will join ills family at Lako Wlnola to
day. Miss Wlnnlfrcil Martin leaves today for
n trip to Iloston, New York and the
,1ml so Archbald, of tbo federal couit,
(was jn llarrlsbuif; yesterday. Ho will be
I Mr. and Mrs. David I.tudsay, of North
mlaln avenue, aro vlbltlmr in New York
mid New Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J, Owens, of North
i klaln avenue, aro spending the summer at
i heir farm in Wayne county.
Richard BoamlMi, nf the Philadelphia
N'orth American, arrived In tho city yes
terday, to visit his iclattvcH and friend.
Miss ItcddhiKton, of Grove street, Dun
i note, lias returiipd from Jiloomshurtr. af-
' er soveral weeks of professional duty
Mis. K. 11. Robuthau and 'daughter,
orotliy, of south liyilo Park avenue.
lave returned homo fiom a visit at Mil
crsvlllc. Hon. T. V, Powdcrly, former commlc
loucr jcnoial of imnilRintiou, Is spend-
up: a fow dnj'B In Kcranton in tltrt intcr-
sts of tho new SchuyJUII County Coal
,'ompuny, of which ho la president.
Dr. Ualeson lias been invited to read a
aner before tho llfty-sccond annual meet.
UK of tho Medical Society of tho State of
ennsyivama. tiio iicm iiicuiiiir of t Ills
oelety will bu held at Allcutowu. Hunt.
Lieutenant of Police James Teeney yes.
crday left tho city on his vacation.
lyhlch ho will spend in Now York, lie Is
ccompaiueit py his younc mid. liurhiir
.loutenaut t'eeneey's 'absence, Sergeant
nurics juiiBowuy will act as lieutenant.
Excursion to Glen Onoko,
July 20, Tho Now Jersey Central will
un opo of their ever popular Sunday
Excursions to Olcn Onoko, Munch
Jhunk and tiwltuhbuck railroad. Hno-
11 a I train will leave Serantou at 7.30 a.
In,, stopplnjr at Taylor, Moosk, A'voca,
ittston, Miner's Mills, parsons, WIIK'os
HuVre and Ashley,
j i i
All excursionists who may go to
Harvey's, lake. Saturday, with the em
ployes, pi tho International Correspond-
pjice Schools will Mud nmiilo accomuio-
natjpna ror pjtner juuehes or meals ut
the Hotel Oneoutu.
Schinasi Naturals Cigarettes,
Egynflun Deities, Nestoiy, Mllo, and
finer jiopuiar urauus, in seaiva tm
" "l v. , v.o.
COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTS THE
Unsuccessful Effort to Send tho
Measure to Committee by Common
era Who View, It with Suspicion.
Mr. Keller Declares It Exists Only
Because of n Desire to Hamper the
Company Mr. Calpln Says It He
suits from tho Action of Heads of
Tho "hold-up" resolution of Select
man O'Uoyle, directing the head of the
department of publlo works to tear up
tho "cannon ball" railroad company's
tracks where they have been laid on
tho faR end of three "paper" streets In
tho Twelfth ward was concurred In by
common council, last night, after sev
eral members, who view the resolution
with suspicion, had mudc un unsuccess
ful attempt to have It committed.
Mr. Ualvln and Mr. Keller led In the
opposition to the resolution. Mr. Ual
vln wnnted it sent to committee for In
vestigation. Mr. Keller wanted it
If there was 'anything wrong In the
company laying tho tracks, Mr. Keller
said, It was tho recorder's duty to In
terfere, and tho recorder could bo ro
lled upon to do his duty without any
suggestion from councils. To him, the
resolution hud a suspicious look. Tho
only reason for its existence, ho be
lieved, was to "hamper" tho company.
"It looks as if there was something
back of tho resolution," concluded Mr.
Keller In slow, hesitating words, as if
he wished something to be inferred that
he did not feel licensed to say.
CAL.PIN FOR RESOLUTION.
Mr. Calpin urged the Immediate
adoption of the resolution. Ho was not
ready to say that there was not some-,
thing back of It, but as ho understood
tho situation the resolution was tho
result of objection on the part of coun
cllmcn to the action of the heads of
departments in giving tho company
permission to cross these streets with
out consulting councils.
Mr. Payne, after admitting that ho
knew nothing about the merits of tho
case, concurred In Mr. Calpin's views
amid characterized as "a high-handed
piece of business" tho action of tho
heads of departments in arrogating to
themselves tho supervision of the city's
The motion to refer to committee was
lost by tho following vote:
Ayes Messrs. J. J. Evnns, Henry. W.
V.' Evans, E. AV. Evans, Albert Lewis,
Ruaiie, OnlVin. William Lewis, Keller,
Barrett, Robathan 11.
Nays Clarke, David Evans, Casterllne.
HuKKorty, James, McGreevy. Calpin,
Partridge, Paine, Charles Rosar, Sykes,
Gurrell, Fuller, Stlpp, Mcllnlo, Norton-IB.
A motion to concur In the resolution
was then adopted without much appar
Other resolutions concurred in pro
vide ns follows: Directing a special
committee to confer with the Scranton
Hallway company to secure the issu
ing of transfers between the South Side
and Bellevuc lines: directing the direc
tor of public works to repair the dam
age done, by a sower overflow, to the
property of Peter Cummlngs, on Phelps
street, and to report on means of re
lieving the Pine Brook sewer, so as to
prevent overflows; directing the super
intendent of the bureau of engineering
to give an estimate of the cost of open
ing Hickory street.
The following new measures were in
troduced: By Mr. Ruane A resolution provid
ing for tho purchase of a city seal.
By Mr, Casterllne An ordinance for
two elcclric lights in the Second ward.
By Albert Lewis An ordinance va
cating tho portion of Center street oc
cupied by the tracks of the Diamond
branch of the Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western tracks. Referred. A reso
lution for a crosswalk in front of tho
Dunkerly property, on Meridian street.
By Mr. Paine An ordinance for the
erection of a tire and police depart
ment headquarters in tho rear of city
hull, at a cost of $10,000. Referred.
By Mr. Sykes An ordinance for flag
walks on Washington avenue, between
Marlon and New York streets. Re
ferred. A resolution directing tho Dela
ware and Hudson company to main
tain gates at the Poplar street cross
By Mr. Norton An ordinance pro
viding for a second permanent man for
the Keyset Valley Hose company. Re
ported forthwith and passed on first
and second readings.
ON TWO READINGS.
Other ordinances passed on llrst niid
second readings provide for tho open
ing of Wayne and Mousey nvenues; the
Improvement of Bloom avenue culvert;
two sewer basins at tho corner of Jack
son street and Rebecca avenue.
The ordinances levying taxes for 1902,
and providing for the construction of
Section 9 of the Seventeenth district
sewer in the Twelfth and Nineteenth
wards, passed third rendlnsr.
Tho following ordinances, were favor
ably reported from committees: Pro
viding for ling walks on Twelfth street,
between Luzerne nud Division streets,
and Jackson street, between Main nve
nuc and the Keyset creek; providing
for street signs, and accepting West
Chairman Paine announced at the
meeting that tho committee which will
apportion the number of common coun
cllmen for each ward, will assemble at
city hall, Saturday, July 19,
Sunday Excursion to Gettysburg.
Sunday, July 111, via the Jersey Cen
tral railroad. Train leaves Scranton,
Saturday midnight, Plttstnn at IS.DO.
Wllltes-Barro 1 o'clock Sunday morn
lug, stopping at all Intermediate sta
tions, Pare from Scranton, $3.75 for tho
round trip; Plttston, $5.50, and Wilkes
Hum, $3.'-.', The return train leaves
Gettysburg at 7 o'clock n. in. Tickets
are only good on special trains, lte
frcshmeut car will bo attached to thu
train, ami Its. bchedulo time of at rival
will give the excursionists a chauco to
spend tho entire day ut Gettysburg.
Owen T, Keenly, munagor,
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
The hotel license of J. J. Lowery, of
Pell totvndilp, was yesterda'y transferred
to Hurry Schoi-uber'fei'.
W, J, Bell, tax collector of Gieenlleld
townst p. had Ids bond approved yester
day, it is In tho sum nf JS.WJ and has
William Hell and S, W, Cowperthwuit us
"labor vinoit. " '
CONSERVATORY REVIEW, CONTINUED.
There were played during the past year in
Conservatory Student Recitals :
223 Pinnolorte Solo Numbers. ... 185 Players
44 Unison Pieces 130 Players
44 Ensemble Pieces 304 Players
12 Illustrations of Faelten Funda
mental Training 62 Players
THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER II,
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director
Carter Buildlftff. 604 Linden Street.
KILLED BY AN ELEVATOR.
Sad Accident to Young Son of Editor
P. W. Gallagher.
Kdmund, the 13-ycar-old son of Edi
tor P. W. Gallagher, of the Sunday
Free Press, mot with a terrible death
In Tho Tribune building yesterday at
With a younger brother, Caslmlr, he
was spending- the day with his father
in the hitter's xifllce, which Is on the
ground floor of Tho Tribune building.
Tho father sent Kdmund with copy to
the composing room on the second
floor, and Cnslmir went with him. The
younger boy thought to have a ride In
the freight elevator, and ran into the
basement and started it up. It moves
very slowly, and as it was passing' the
first floor Kdmund attempted to get on
without waiting for it to bo stopped,
ns Is always done by those having oc
casion to use it.
Just what next happened is not
clearly known, but it is supposed tho
boy tripped, fell on the platform with
tho lower part of his body protruding
through tile doorway, and before ho
could either crawl onto the platform or
drop back to tho floor the elevator
platform reached the top of the door
way and he was caught between tho
platform and wall of the shaft.
Tho elevator continued upward for
nearly a. yard, crowding the unfortun
ate boy's body between tho edge of tho
platform and the brick wall of tho
shaft, a space of only four inches.
There it wedged and pinioned tho body
against tho wall. So A'Rhtly was tho
body wedged against the wall that it
was necessary to dig out the brick
work for the space of half a equnre
yard to remove it. Death was prob
ably Instantaneous, ns the neck, back
and arm were broken.
Mr. Gallagher was at work in bis
ofllce, only twenty-five feet away, when
tho accident ocurrcd. What grief he
suffered when the calamity was dis
closed to him, and while his boy's body
was being extricated, is not for descrip
tion. Coroner Saltry was hastily summoned
and after viewing the body permitted
its immediate removal to tho family
homo, on South Webslpr avenue. An
Inquest will be held later.
FAIRLY RAINED PENNIES.
Result of the Shortsightedness of a
Scranton is the depository of seven
hundred fourth-class postofllecs in tills
and ten adjoining or adjacent counties.
One of these seven hundred offices is
that situated at Granville Summit,
Bradford county. Every quarter these
nfllces aro required to transmit to tho
postmaster at Scranton the proceeds of
tho ofllce, over and above the post
master's commissions and allowances.
July 1 is the beginning of tho third
quarter, and tho remittances aro now
coming in as fast, as the nostmnsters
can figure out their accounts and mall
A penny-ln-the-slot machine is one
of the side-lines of tho postmaster's
store. Tho pennies accumulated on him
and he resolved to get rid of them by
sending them In to tho government. In
the quarter just closed, the ofllce hnd'n
surplus of J'JO. Ho wrapped up -',6C0
pennies In u paper package, enclosed
thb package In the regular mVIl pouch,
hung it on its accustomed scaffold nt
tho catch station, and w'alted the
coming of the fast mall.
The Iron "arm" on tho side of tho
mall ear, which catches up tho mall
pouch, struck the pouch at a speed of
fifty miles an hour. Tho pouch wasn't
made to stand out against the resist
ance of a solid package of 2.G0O pennies
ngalnst a momentum of fifty miles an
hour, and as a consequence the pack
age of pennies tore through tho pouch,
broke open and sent the pennies flying
hither, thither and yon.
It fnlrly rained pennies until the train
was out of sight. The postmaster, his
wire, two sons', daughter and two, or tho
hired help spent two days hunting them
up. They succeeded In recovering all
except 69G, Tho last pennies, tho post
master avers, represents more thun tho
total earnings of tho ofllce for a quar
ter, Next time, ho says, ho will remit
HOW MANY TIMES?
How many times when out of town
for tho summer have you groaned In
spirit because the Philadelphia news
papers or the New York newspapers
or the newspapers of tho city nearest
you, wherever It was, didn't tell you
tho things you wanted to know about
Scratiton',' How many times have you
seen items of news about Scranton In
other newspapers which were Incom
plete and weio an Irritation and an ex
asperation to the soul? How many
times have you or some member of
your family said: "f wish to goodness
there was something to rend In this
plaeo on a day like this?" Tho Scran
ton Tribune will bo sept to any address
In the United States, Canada, Cuba or
Mexico, postage paid, for 00 cents u
YOUNO BOY ARRESTED.
Joseph Tuffey Accused of Malicious
Magistrate Howe yesterday held Jo
seph Tuffey, an 18-yeur-old lad Residing
at 821 Mooslc street, In JSOO ball, on the
charges of trespass und malicious mis
chief, preferred by p, J, Hlekey, special
ofllcer for the Hapld Transit company.
Tuffey was charged with having re
moved ap Iron cogwheel from what (s
known as the upper dam, and wanton
ly smashing It to pieces.
A SOURCE OF REVENUE.
Money for Peddlers' Licensos Flow
ing Into City Treasury.
The city has derived n comparatively
largo amount of revenue In the last
three months, from a source which
never before was productive of any
marked returns, because tho ordinance
regulnting It was never strictly en
forced. Over $1,000 has been paid Into tho
municipal treasury for peddlers' li
censes, about three hundred of which
have been issued. This sum ns equiva
lent to the revenues collected In tho
Inst seven or eight years from ped
dlers' licenses, as the enforcement of
the ordinance providing that all fruit
peddlers and hucksters pay from $10 to
$15 for a license wrfs never very ener
getically attended to.
Soveral arrests have recently been
mndo by Superintendent of Police L.
13. Day, of peddlers currying on a busi
ness without showing the required
badge, which is given with every
license. This has resulted In an over
flow of fruit vendors in Director of
Public Safely Wormser's ofrico, which
has kept Clerk Frank P.. Itocsc con
stantly busy filling out the necessary
permits. Fruit peddlers aro charged
$10, and $1." Is charged for a wagon
license. The same pj'ice Is the rate for
temporary. stands. Only three licenses
of tho latter nature have been Issued.
EDITOR LITTLE HELD IN BAIL.
M. W. Guernsey Claims He Will In
stitute Furthei Proceedings.
Kdltor Richard Little, of tho Scran
toniun, was held In $900 ball yesterday,
on three criminal libel counts, preferred
by M. W. Guernsey. J. R. McCall,
business manager of the paper, who
was also arrested, was discharged. Mr.
Guernsey declared his Intention, at the
hearing, of having Sir. Little arrested,
on account of another article- which
appeared in Sunday's paper.
Yesterday's hearing was continued
from Wednesday. The counsel for the
defendant asked to be allowed to place
on the stand witnesses who would en
deavor to prove justification of the ar
ticle In question, but as Alderman Kns
sn refused this, they declined to con
tinue tho case. Bail was furnished.
New Sundny Train Service to and
Lackawanna Limited train No. C, east
bound, leaving Scranton at a.35 p. m.,
and No. 3, west bound, arriving Scran
ton at 1.50 i. m., now connect dally with
Pennsylvania railroad at Manunka
Chunk, to and from Philadelphia, and
intermediate points on the Belvidcro
Next Sunday at Lake Poyntelle.
Spend Sunday, July 1?,, at Lake Poyn
telle, In tho highlands of Wayne. Ele
vation, ".',000 feet. The inosts popular
resort In Northeastern Pennsylvania,
surrounded by a beautiful grove of ma
ple, where all accommodations are to
bo bad for a Sunday's pleasant outing.
A steamer nnd new supply of row
boats added to tho equipment this sea
son. Tho grounds and surroundings
hnvo been beautified, hotel enlarged,
and ample accommodations inado to
take care of picnic parties.
Train leaves Scranton, via N, Y O,
& AV. railway at S.30 a. m and return
ing, leaves the lake at .1 p. in., arriving
Scranton about V p. m, Return fare
from Scranton, $1.00.
Overloaded with Organs nt Guernsey
We have a largonnd varied stock of
new and second-hand organs which we
desire to dispose of at once to make
room for our pianos.
Thoso who piirchuse one of theso In
struments within tiio next few days
tan do so at clearing out prices and
terms to suit eonvenlenra of purchas
ers. GUERNSKY HALL,
J, W. Guernsey, Prop,
Go to Coin-sen's for
Currants, strawberries, raspberries,
pineapples, Best goods for least money.
$1.25 Per Sack.
Coursen's special Sugar Cured
Hams, 15c. per pound,
Coursen's Plantation Java, a
delicious blended Coffee, 30c. per
Tea blended for Iced tea, 35c.
Shred Wheat Biscuit, lie, $1.J0
Fat shore Mackerel, 10e
E. Q. Coucsen,
MADE AN ADVANCE OF THREE
Ho Has Made a Romarknblo Show
ing Since July 1 Miss Beatrice
Harpur Also Moved Upward Only
One of Seven Young Lady Contest
ants Who Seems to Xry to Advance.
Thompson nnd Havcnstrltc Add to
Their Scores Tho Loaders for
Standing of Contestants
1. Chnrlcs Burn3, Vandllng.443
2. A, J. Kellermnn, Scranton. 020
3. Oscar H. Kipp, Elmhurst.328
4. Fred K. Gun.3tcr, Green
5. Wm. T. S. Rodriguez
6. Herbert Thompson, Car-
7. Albert Frcodman, Bello-
8. Maxwell Shepherd, Car-
9. L. E. Stanton, Scranton . . 03
10. Wm. Sherwood, Harford. 70
11. Chas. W. Dorsey, Scranton. 71
12. Harry Madden, Scranton. 08
13. Homer Kresge, Hyde Park DO
14. J. A. Havenstrite, Mos
15. Miss Beatrice Harpur,
16. Frank B. McCrcary, Hall-
17. William Cooper, Priceburg 38
18. Grant M. Decker, Hall-
10. Lee Culver, Springville. . 33
20. Hendrick Adams, Chin
21. Walter Hallstead, Scran
ton .'; 27
22. Harry Danvers; Provi
23. Loul3 McCusker, Park
24. Hugh Johnston, Forest
25. Miss Jane Matthewson,
26. C. J. Clark, Pcckville. . . . 18
27. Louis Gere, Brooklyn.... 18
28. John Mackie, Providence. 16
29. Eddie Morris, South Scran
30. Thomas Dompsey, Oly-
31. Elmer Williams, Elmhurst 13
32. Miss Edna Coleman,
33. Don C. Capwell, Scranton. 11
Charles AV. Dorsey continued his ex
cellent work yesterday in Ths Trib
une's Educational Contest. Ho Is In
eleventh place this morning, having
gone upward from fourteenth yester
day. Tills young man is showing what
can bo accomplished by ambition, ener
gy and perseverance, he having made
his way almost from tho bottom of the
list since July 1 and now is in a posi
tion which, if maintained until the
close of the contest, puts him in line
for a scholarship worth $400.
Miss Beatrice Harpur, of Thompson,
also made an advance yesterday. She
wont from seventeenth to fifteenth
place with only two points. Although
there aro seven young ladles in tho
contest who have scored, Miss Harpur
poems to be tho only one who can got
away from the bottom of the list. There
are twenty-seven scholarships open to
young ladles, but fev seem to realize
tho great benefits nnd advantages that
are theirs if they will only try just a
Herbert Thompson, of Carbondale,
added some more to ills total and re
tained his position, seventh. J. A. Ha
venstrite, of Moscow, is again tied
with Homer Kresge for thirteenth
The following is tho standing of tho
ten contestants who have scored the
largest number of points since July 1:
Leading Contestants for July,
Birdsoye Maple Writing Desk.
Waterman Gold Fountain Pen.
1, Albert Freedman 57
2. C. W. Dorsey 56
.1. A. J. Kellermnn 42
1. Herbert Thompson 33
B, Maxwell Shepherd 19
6. Miss Mary Yoager S
7. U K. Stanton 7
8. Louis Gere C
It. William Sherwood
10. Elmer Wlllluins 6
Beautiful Lake Clemo.
Lake Clemo is an ideal place to
spend a day, week or all summer.
First-class hotel, clean new boats, fine
bathing and fishing, Only twenty
eight miles from Scranton on the Erie.
Four trains each way dally. For ho
tel rates, Inquire of William Hunley,
Jr., 4-0 Spruce street.
Dr, Llndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, -10 Connell building.
Hours: lla. in. to 4 p. m,; 7 to s.30 p.m.
There's Been a
Great Demand for
This summer. Here are
some new ones right out
of the workshop.
STRAW HATS AT SI .60
Regular $2.00 Kind
Corner Washington Ave.
and Spruce Street,
SI l MI
Announcement of Changes Among
Old nnd New Priests.
lit. Itcv., M. J. llobnii, bishop of
Scranton, yesterday announced the fol
lowing changes In the ntntluna of
priests and appointments of tho priests
llev. M. J. Fleming, of Hazlclon, Is
to go to Freclniid! Itov. John Hoffron,
of Great Heml, to Kolston; Itcv. Joseph
Kelly, of Towanda, to IJentley Creek,
Tho newly ordained prlcsta wore given
nppolnt'mcnto its follows! Hov. Itlehurtl
H, Jordan, of Green llldge, to To
waiitla; Itov. Kdward Hurke, of C'nr
bondnlc, to linsslcton; Hov. John E.
Lynott, of Providence, to Hlnssburg!
Hcv. M, It. Cnrguu, of Nuntlcoke, to
Wllkcn-Uarro! Itov. Hlanlslaus Dryer,
of Nantlcokc, to Duryca! .Itcv. Francis
Craft, to Stroudsburg.
Fotmenv. S2.25- $2.50 anil $3
Black and FuiBset Leathers,
all sizes, assorted styles.
Theso Shoes will appeal to men
who care more for durability
and wearing qualities than
they do for stylo. Not this
season's shoes, but mighty
good shoes just tho same.
Come early for first choice.
Can get seasonable
to fit at
305 Lackawanna Ave.
He makes a specialty of
fitting big men.
305 Lackawanna Ava.
TRADING STAMPS, TOO.
In f in"
M Dr ro
vlIU I U U
i Men's fts
will remove all anxiety as to the Coal Supply for
your kitchen, and will also save your wife
much of the drudgery of housekeeping.
Cooking with Gas Is af chesP 7j coaf
is cleaner, and much
We aro offering to our gas consumers Double Oven Gas Cooking
Ranges for $p, 75 and up. This price includes putting them In your
kitchen ready for use. All connections free on first floor.
How About tlot Water ?
A Hot Vater Heater connected to your kitchen boiler answers
that question. We havo them. Prlco connected, $io.
Fuel gas, gross 51.00; net 90 and 80 cents per thousand.
Ranges and Hot 'Water Heaters
room, No, 126 Washington Avenue,
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
f MaIon?y Oil & MantifacUiring Company, f
141-149 Meridian Street.
OLD 'PHONE eS'S, NEW 'PHONE 2B3I
t Horse's Fjeet I
J We Carry a
126-128 Franklin Ave.
.J. , ,(,
25 Per Gent.
All new stock in all shapes
412 Spruce Street.
Ses our new line of Negli
ARE YOU ?
It is a fair question. Are
you using the
The "SNOW WHITE'
is the BEST.
Old Phono Green Bidge, 31-3.
Now Phone 1133.
Having Reached Us
Thr.t people are soliciting work ir.
our name, wo wish to notify the
public that wo have no agents
out whatever. Have you Been
"STORM KING" UMBRELLA?
Guaranteed to stand all storms,
or monoy refunded.
Umbrella Manufacturing: Co.
313 Spruco Street.
on exhibition at our sales
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