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THE SORANTdN TRIiBUNE-WEDNESDAY JtTLY.23, 1002,
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The News of Cat faondale. I
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TO L0D0RE TODAY
A Big Delegation of Hooters to Ac
company Our "Pets" Over the
Mountain to the Game with Port?
Jervls Miller, Our Colored Friend,
to Pitch Train Leaves nt 1
' O'clock Other Ball Chat.
The cry ot the Yooters Is chanced
from "Kverybody goes to Hoiiesdule,'
to "Everybody rocs to Loildre." Our
'Pots' piny the Port Jervls team at the
lake today, and they will be eneotir
nKed by an Immense orotad ot loyal
rooters, whose motto Is: "May our
team always win; but win or lose, our
team!" This will be the slosan of the
' crowd, and If the Crescents put up the
same, as Is expected, that they put up
against the South Scrnnton team, 'twill
be another victory.
Ever since the twelve-lnnliiR game of
this week, when our lads came out on
top with the purple and-whlte flying
over Abe,Salun's new backstop, a new
sncll of 'enthusiasm has seized the
cranks. Even the "knockers," though
' few in number, have been forced Into
line by our " Pets' " splendid work and
some of them will be on the excursion
today. All the loyal .supporters are ex
pected to bo on hand at the city sta
tion In time for the 1 o'clock train. The
megaphones, the tin horns and the
lusty voices will Be in evidence. Every
body goes to help our boys to victory.
.As "Pat" Gillespie, of the old New York
Giants, the greatest llelder that ever
chased a ball, said yesterday: "Every
thing fair goes in base ball, and noise
and rooting help to win many a game.
So whoop 'er up tomorrow, boys, and
success to you." Tf expectations be ful
filled, there will be almosfns many on
today's trip as went to Honesdale.
Many who could not go to Honesdale
and sincerely regretted It since, are
going with the crowd today, regardless
of the sacrifice. Again we shout:
"Everybody goes to Lodore today."
An additional attraction of today's
game is the circumstance that Miller,
"the coon profesh from Port," will be
in the box against us. Carbondallans
will bo glad of this and the'y will give,
him a hearty greeting, as his base ball
capacity Is fully respected in this town
and there Is nothing but the highest
opinions of him as a. good ball player,
'and, of more Importance, a fair one.
Our team would sooner play ten Millers
than three Chcstnutters.
There lias boon considerable confusion
in the publication of the leaving time
of the special to the lake today. It will
depart from the city station at pre
cisely 1 o'clock, not 1,15 nor 1.30, as has
been .erroneously announced in the ad
vertisements. The special train will
leave the lake on returning at 10
o'clock; but the regular train will leave
at 6.01, arriving here at 6.47. The fare
for the round trip will be GO cents. The
excursion Is being run under the aus
pices of Neverslnk division, Brother
hood of Railway men of Port Jervls.
. Tlie batting order of the Crescents
will be: Murray, 3b.; Boland, 2b.; Cuff,
lb.; Emmett, c. f.; Hart, r. f.; Loftus,
e.i'McHale, s. s.; Rosier, 1. f.; McAn
day In laying ciow walks on Salem nVo
line, at Toriaco and Wyomhig streets.
This Is a needed Improvement as It will
make a continuous walk from River to
Wayne direct, the cross walks being at
cither end of the Hughes property. Mr.
Iltlghes having completed the Improve
ments on his property, Salem avenue
has become onu of the prettiest tlior
mighraics In (lie city.
GETTING TAXES IjN.
Attorney Butler's Report in the Clif
The only recent development In the
matter of the collection ot the tnxrs
In the hands of Collector Clifford was
the letter ot Attorney It. C. Hutler, ot
the school boaid, which was read at
the meeting Monday night. Mr. Hutler
stated that the collection of the taxes
was progressing ns rapidly ns possible
anil that he hoped to render a complete
report at the next meeting of the
The Fidelity Trust company, which
was originally Collector Clifford's
bondsmen, has had representatives In
the city the past few days getting an
accounting ot the uncollected duplicate
and the taxek already collected. The
belief Is that the sum for which three
bondsmen will bo liable will reach
higher than the figures made public.
Collector Clifford, who has been out of
the city for several days, returned to
this city Monday night.
1 Connolly & Wallace
f Scr&nton's Shopping: Center
GETTING THEIR DOLLARS.
Witnesses Paid Yesterday, in the
Langstaff-Xelly Election Contest.
The council chambers were thronged
yesterday morning with First nnd Sec
ond ward taxpayers, who were wit
nesses In the Langstuff-Kelly election
contest. They were being paid for their
attendance at the heatings. The county
commissioners and clerks were kent
busy handing out the one dollar bills.
Commissioners J. Courier Morris,
John Penman and J. J. Durkin, Chief
Clerk AV. G. Daniels and Clerks .1. B.
Von Bergnn and John Mahon were en
gaged In the work.
Today they will nay the witnesses
from the Third and Fourth wards, and
tomorrow they will pay the ones from
the Fifth and Sixth wards. On Friday
they will pay those of Cnrbondale, Fell
and Greenfield townships.
Wives Ware Won
bv payments in grain. To-day
wives win their husbands, and
hold them, by breakfasting them
every morning on predigested
and scientifically roady cooked
Tryabita is prepared solely by
union labor from the finest selected
white wheat. It is wtU itn
frtgnattd with fcfisin and
celery, and contains all the nitrates
and phosphates and strength-giving
elements that nourish tho
blood, the brain, and the muscles.
THE ONLY CEREAL FOOD MADE BY EXPERT UNION LABOR
TRYABITA FOOD CO., Battle Creek, Mich.
Comment from Susquehanna.
The Susquehanna Transcript of Sat
urday contains the following comments
on the game that was to have been
played In that place, but was stopped
" 'Our Pets,' of Carbondale, scheduled
to cross bats with the home team at
Beebe's park this aftcrnoonj are accom
panied by fifty 'rooters,' who upon
their arrival wore met, welcomed and
accorded the freedom of this city."
"The mere mention of a ball game
between Carbondale and Susquehanna.
S-secms sufficient to bring rain."
"VMlchael Kllrow, Great Bend's hand
some base ball player, who la filling an
engagement with the Susquehanna
team, notwithstanding the unexpected
rain, was contentedly 'picking his
teeth' on the Cascade house porch thl3
Susquehanna has two paid men from
out of town, this year. They are
Schmaltz, of PIttston, one of tho four
Plttston brothers, w.ho is catcher, and
Kllrow, of Great Bend, who Is a fielder.
O'Gara, formerly of Cnrbondale, is still
pitching, notwithstanding the stories to
the contrary that Schmaltz was to go
in the box.
Susquehanna will play In this city
with the Crescents the Hist week of
A Breeze from Archbald.
Carbondale andHonesdn!o have come
to blows on account of their base ball
teams. In fact, they've been nt It in
uiu Jiuuspapers lor several weeks and
arc not yet exhausted. Keep It up
neighbors, we enjoy It, and remember'
when you get a chance to breathe, that
Archbald will accommodate the victors
with a first-class game of ball, with
. out blows, whenever it Is wanted
Manager Tappan will accommodate
Archbald soon; perhaps within a couple
of weeks. '
List of letters remnlnlnc In the Car
bondale, Pa., postorilco July Z), 1M2, for
persons unknown: V. C. Bell. Daniel
Snyder, G. P. Bousing, AV. If. Sncdeker.
AV. F. Bolum, James Spines, Lehman
Carey, B. A. Stephens, r. O. Cobb. r. II.
Swingle, Frank Coleman, Fred Topping,
Homer Dorr, Messrs. O. Richardson &
Co., Walter Grlfll.s Mis. P. II. Hoian,
Gus Hartman, Mrs. Ellen O'Neill, Louis
Iliiitmun, Mis. Lizzie Walteis, A. G.
Hewitt, A. K. Honeywell, Miss Klemy
Parson, Miss Maud Swingle, C. If. Kon
kte. Miss Anna W.itrous Rev. Frank Lee
William McVlttio. C. J. Miller. (2. W
Oakley. Fred Reals, Gus Ronnie, 11. W.
Rltli, O. L. Sands. ForpgnrFortimato
Grlntlle, Domenico Rocco, Antonio Do
menlco, Vlncenzo Ratll.
J. H. Thomas, Postmaster.
Visitors from Philadelphia, '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Scott and daugh
ter, Dorothy, of Philadelphia, are guests
of their cousin, Mrs. J. 3. Burr. They
visited in Wllkes-Barro their uncle, Dr.
Frank Hodgp, who has been for many
years the beloved patlor of tho Flis't
Presbyterian church of that place. Mr.
Scott lias a brother who was adiutant
general in Cuba and another brother
who la a professor in Princeton university.
Moved to North Dakota.
Philip Beigan, of Darto avenue, left
yesteiday over tho Kiio for Glonullen,
N. D.. His wife and two daughters ac
companied htm. Mr. Bergnn goes to join
bis bon. John, who was formerly of this
clly, and Is now located in tho western
Mr. Bergan leaves behind him many
fliends In this section who wish him suc
cess, while he 'takes with him the best
wishes ot all who know horn.
Will Give the Second Degree.
Tlie second degree will bo conferred on
a good sized class of candidates in tho
club house of Carbondale council, Knights
of Columbus, South Main street, on Fri
day night. Tho impressive exorcises will
be conducted by tho degico team of tlie
council assisted by Hon. John P. Qnln
nan, of tho Scrnnton council. An Inter
esting evening nnd a largo attendance or
Knights aro anticipated,
left this morning for Plttston to Join
her uncle John Klrby, and his wife. Tho
three loft today to spend two weeks at
' Miss Lizzie Gerlmrdt. ot Salem avenue,
accompanied Miss Annie Martin to her
homo In Huwley whore she will spend a
fortnight at tho tatter's home.
John Mangan, of Wllkes-Barrc, Is' vis
iting his grandmother, Mrs. Bridget
O Rourke, on South AVyoming street.
William and Loroy Courtrlght, prom
inent citizens ot P.iterson, N. J,, aio
guests at the home of Benjamin Watklns
on AVyomlng stioet.
Miss Lenn Ilistcd, of Maple avenue, is
vNitlng Miss Floia Burdlck, at Newton
Mrs. Thomas Keast and dauchter. of
AVIIltos-Barre, who have been spending
the last few days nt tho homo of James
Miller, of Drummond avenue, returned
homo yesterday. They were accompanied
as far ns Scrnnton by Mis.. Miller.
Raymond Rcigelcittii. ot this city, who
is summeilng at the luke is confined to
his room by Illness.
Mrs. Juliet A. Reynolds and daughter,
Miss Floiencc, aro spending a few days
with Mrs. Clarence Rose, nt Green Ridge.
Miss KIslc Regan, of AVllkcs-Barre, lias
returned homo after a pleasant visit with
Thomas Fox and daughter, of South
Chinch street, returned home after u
visit with Scrnnton relative.
Miss Margaret McAndrcw, of Cottage
street, is Alsltinpr relatives in Olyphant.
Mr. and Mis. Frank IJutclilns, of New
Yoik city, nro spending a few days with
the former's family in town.
13. R. Reese has been confined to his
home by illness for seveial days.
Joseph Rcirdon. of North Main street,
left this morning for llehestcr, Mel., to
visit his hi other, Charles, who Is spend
ing ills second ycar"ut llehestcr College
Houso of tho Rodomplorist Fathers.
Misses Angela and Eleanor Bhs, of
Wnshlnglon street, returned homo yes
terday after a stay of ton days at the
Tines at Lake Ailol.
Mr. and Mrs, A. AA Bayley. of Salem
avenue, left yestoiday for Bo-,ton, Mass.,
where they will remain a month.
Miss Katliryn Doyle, of Scrnnton, re
turned to her horiio last evenlnsr aUer a
week's visit with Miss Emma Barrett, of
Canann street. Sho, was accompanied by
Miss Barrett, who returns to her duties
as saleslady in MeConncll & Co.'a stoic,
after her vacation.
Rev. George C. Hall, D. D., formerly
rector of Graco Episcopal church, Hones
dnle, was a caller upon Rev. Rollln A.
Sawyer, at Tiinlty rectory this week.
Rev. Mr. Hull Is now nrehdeaeon of tho
archdeaconry of AVlImlngton and is rec
tor of ono of tho leading churches iu AA'll
mington, Del. Ho Is spending his vaca
tion at Lake Ailci.
AV. L. Pryor, district passenger agent
of tho Delaware and Hudson at Scrnnton,
was a C.ii'bondalo visitor yesterdny.
Dangerous Case of Appendicitis,
Thomas Harvey, of Iorcst City, was
operated upon for appendicitis yesterday
afternoon nt tho Emergency hospital. It
was considered to bo u very scilous caso
but tho patient wns resting quite easllv
Inst evening. It is hoped among his
fliends that he will have a speedy recovery.
j EYE PAINFULLY INJURED.
Dlst'ressingl'Accl(dent of Eohert Mc
j Mllfan; 'nt'CaVbondale Machine
AVllilfM'iin t .vvn,'!-.. In. !. ,...,.i . .
j Machlno company's shops, Robert Mc-
Mlllan, of Church street, met with a
painful nnd dangerous accident. AVhllo
j he was operating nn emery wheel, sev
, oral pieces flow and lodged In his right
j eye. A fellow-workman eamo to his
assistance nnd removed, as he thought
"-lMrrsMcMlla'ii kept'af lils work until
r Monday morning, when he had to cease
on nccqunt of. the severe pains In his
eye. Ho hurled to Br, Fletcher, who
j advised tin operation. It was performed
iuuuuuy unernoqn and. resulted in find
Ing some peceB of emery, which had
not been removed when the accident
Mr, "McMillan's eye Is now ltnn,..i
and it Is hoped that' his sight will bo
j preserved,, ,,,-,
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j Spina Improvements,
f The gtieet department was busy yMer.
AJf OLD AlfO WELL-TRIED REMEDY.
t y MRS. WINBWW'B SOOTHING 8VRUB
t fiursea In th United state? 55i uVZ ,"!
hcaH Hlviu aa B ? WOVl
. H.Jw win, nevur-faiin ,,.
resa Dy millions of moth nr i,ii ZCu
nnHn kA -."- V". Willi'
Bartleson Leaves the Hospital.
Aictor Bartleson, who had Ills Us cut
off In an accident at tho Black Diamond
switch of tho Ontnilo nnd AVeslern lall
toal several weeks ngq 1ms recovered and
has been discharged from tho Emergency
hospltnl. Mr. Bartleson lias loft for his
homo at Lestershlre, N, Y,
Former Carbondnlian Injured.
Fliends In tills city have learned that
Christopher Qulnn, formerly of Carbon
dale, but now of Milwaukee, Ais was
.scilously Injiued last week by being bit
was n falling scaffolding. As no fin titer
word has as yet been tecelved It Is ex
pected that ho is lecQvetlnr,
Weather Man Was Supreme,
The aermanla Singing society hno
postponed their plcnlo which was to hau
beep held at Poyntclle last Sunday, on ac
count of tho voiy dlsasieeubla weather
which accompanied that day. Tho so.
clely will probably hold It some tlmo noxt
Young Early Some Better,
Raymond Early, tho H-yoaiuld boy
who was so seriously Injured tho other
day while Jumping from a hay ilgglng at
his homo In Chffoid, was testing quite
ciully Inst evening, although not out of
danger as yet,
JERiWYN AND MAYFIELD.
George Howell, of Baltimore, Mil,, is
visiting ills grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
AV. D. Powell, of Third street.
J. D, Stocker anil Thomas Hunter will
go to Wuyno county, pickerel fishing, to
day. They will bo met there by some
Scrunlou friends who will Join them In
Prof. John Jenkins, of this borough,
has been appointed pilnclpnl of ono of
tho Taylor schools. His many fi lends aro
glad to hear ot his success. During his
two terms ns teacher In the Joimyn
schools his work has been highly sntls-
ractry. and tho Taylor directors mndo
no mistake last evening when they se
lected him for tho position.
A woman claiming to bo from Scott
has been parading the town tho past
two dnys, asking for money tu aid her
In going to a hospltnl, Sho suys sho
thinks she has a. broken arm. From
facts that lulvo como to our knowledge
wo would warn tho generous not to bo
taken In by tho woman's palaver. Her
caso is not a deserving ono.
There will bo a speclnl meeting of the
school board this evening, for the pur
pose of acting upon tho leslgimtlon of
Mr. Jenkins, ono of the High school
Miss Vera Emperor, of Scrnnton, re
turned homo ycsloidiiy, after upending
several days as tlie guest of Miss Mamie
Edmunds, of Maylleld.
Justice of tho Peace Mcndoltnn, of May
Hold, has loturned home from a fort
night's trip through western Pennsyl
vanla, Ruv. Father Carmody, of Scrnnton, was
a caller hcio, Monday, .
Henry and Miss Elolso Shields, of Mil In
street, aro guests of Scrantou friends,
his summer vacation with his mother,
Mrs. R, M. O'lloro, of Main street.
Hon. Edward James, of Scrnnton, was
a Taylor visitor yesterday.
Miss Gertrude Morris and niece. Miss
Gertrude, nro home from a week's vaca
tion nient at Lake AVlnola.
Prof. D. I. Jones and S. J. Phillips
aro homo from a few days' trip to New
Rev. nnd Mrs. John L. Evans and son,
Paul, of Falls Village, Conn., aio visit
ing in town.
Miss Bessie Evans, of South Taylor,
is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. John Jones, ot Bellovuc.
Taylor lodge, No. Ii!.', Knights of Pyth
ias will meet this evening in regular ses
Mrs. John A. Evans, of Stons' sticet,
left yesterdny to visit her sister at At
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Powell and chil
dren, of Main stieet, spent Monday at
Nay Aug park.
The new bridge, which Is being erected
over the Keyset' creek, is ncailng comple
tion. Lily lodge, No. fl'IO. Independent Older
of Odd Fellows, will meet tills evening in
tbolr rooms in Holland's hull.
The Taylor Reds and Orioles will try j
conclusions on the riverside grounds this
Funeral Director Jot dan, of Scranton,
was a visitor in town yesteiday.
The tattered speech of ad
vertising instantly betrays itself
when the things spoken of are
examined and found to be coun
terfeits of the real thing.
This store can no more afford
to sell poor things because the
price is low than it can afford, to
charge extravagantly for other
things because they are very fine.
THESE ARE BUSY DAYS.
I Oil? My Clearing Sal?
! Crowds fbe Stop?. . ...
What a lot of people were buying Woolen Dress Goods yesterday for fall use.
People are taking advantage of our reduced prices on Tailored Suits.
Embroideries are melting away like snow in the warm sun.
A Flurry in White Goods
This sale gives us an opportunity to clear out all the short ends and odd pieces
mat are left after a busy season. Prices are less than we usually have to pay the
makers. Any woman who has the talent for seeing how a stuff in the raw will
4$ make up, can see hundreds of pretty Shirt Waists, Outing Dresses, Skirts, etc., on-
this snowy counter.
Prices, 10c, 12c, 15c, 20c and 25c a yard. All a quarter to a third less
ren- Durin the process of teVthlnriti
I ralue is Incalculable. U rl"evff.th chill
from pain, euresdlarrfioea, " SripTiw in th.
, w ,) v.iiiu it r.iii in. nA.k.
Meetings of Tonight,
William H, DavU'H post. O. A. It.
Pioneer cnbtlo, Knights of .Mystic
Fidelity conclave, Order of Hoplusophs,
miDoiumio lodge, Kiiigms or i'ythlns.
Looked Like Honesdale.
Ouo of the Cut'bondalo contingent to
day mistook a cemetery on the Jefferson
division for Honesdale, Saturday's Bus
THE PASSING THKONQ,
TV, II. McColliun. uf Now Ymk city,
general supetlntendent of conduction
for tho Postal Telcgtaph and Cublo com
pany, was the guest of Local Manager
Clark yesterday. He wa3 highly grati
fied at the excellent condition of the com
pany's arrairs n this sect on.
MUs Pelle. Klrby, o Garfield nvenuo,
At Monday evening's council meeting
bids wcto opened for constructing u
sewer on Main street, front Depot
treet to a few rods below Athctton
street, on Unou to l.ano street, nnd on
Railroad, fiom .Main to Ridgo sticcts.
There were four bidders. Tho contract
was awarded to Harry Smith. Ills hid
read as follows; I'er lineal foot, $.'.!i3;
per manhole, til; per catch baBlii. 573.
The Taylor Silver Cornet band attended
tho lawn social nt Miuooku last evening,
given under tho auspices of tho Young
Men's Institute. '
Tho clcilia and butchers will cross bats
this afternoon on tho tlveisido grounds.
Much interest has been manifested In
the contest, l.ully and Thomas 5ll oc
cupy the points for tho butchers, and
Davis and ilowclls will bo lht battery
for the clerks.
Mlnooku tribe, No, 217, Improved Order
of Ited Men, will meet this evening In
Superintendent U. A. riillllps. of the
Lackawanna, was a business visitor in
Master Russell O'Horo Is homo from
, I the Girard college, Philadelphia, to spend
A huge number of the outside mechan
ics employed mound tlie various collieiics
iu this vicinity nie prcpailng to iclurn
to work. Piopaiations aro also being
made to opciate tho IJuymond wushery
controlled by tho 131k Hill Conl company
Miss Hessio Ciulg returned last even
ing from a few days' outing at Chapman
lake with tho John K. Williams party.
Tho Woman's Cliilstlau Temperance
union will picnic at Nay Aug paik today.
Those wishing to accompany tho paity
will meet at tho Methodist ilpistopal
puisonugo this morning to take the 'J a.
Mine Supeilntendont 'William Allen was
at Waymart Monday inspecting tho com
pany's stock, which nre pastiulng there.
Mis, Roboit Burleigh and Mrs. Motils
Hughes left yesterdrfy lor a brief so
journ at Atlantic City.
MI"S Ecss Thompson Is spending tho
week at Lako Chapman with tho John
K. Williams party.
Nilcs H. Johnson Is impioving from a
sevcio attack of gastritis.
Mis. John Ulmbo, of tho West Und,
visited her husband at the, Lackawanna
Mrs, Dr. Wheaton, of Wllkes-Barrc. is
visiting Mrs. Charles Morrow, ot Bell
Messrs. Gcorgo I'rlco and Thcodoro
Stark called 011 fliends at Lake Chap
man last evening.
Miss Cell.i llnllaghcr, daughter, of Sir.
and Mrs. John 31. Gallagher, of Mntt
Haven, and Thomas Ford, of Jessup, will
bo mauicd'thls evening.
Messrs, W. S. Bines' and Dr. Beck's
new residences on' Main streot, aro loom
ing up in gicat shapo and will soon bo
comploled and which will add greatly to
tho appearance of tho business part of
John Picketing nnd 'llttlo daughter,
Nellie, of Gioen Itldge'; spent yesteiday
at tho former's parents, Mr. and Mia.
Fiank Picketing, of Main stieet.
Frank Berklilzcr, of Bell place, who
wns Injured a few days ago by belus
scalded from escaping steam at tho Itlv
crsldo colliery, Is Impioving nicely and
will soon be out again,
Station .Agent W. J. Bioad, of tho Dot
aware and Hudson company, Is kept busy
these days handling and shipping an
enormous nunufity of hueklebcriica to
the foiolgn mnikcts. Yesterday ho and
his assistant shipped 3,000 quints, which
weio brought in 'off tho mountain by,
men, women and children, all of whom
nro eager to earn a fow dollars during
On Monday evening Mr. nnd Mrs, Gar
field Thomas very pleasantly cntei'tnlncd
at their home on South Main street thu
young men of class 1:1 and their teacher,
Miss .Jonnlo Williams, of the Baptist
Sunday school, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas,
wlo wcto icecujly mairled, wero tho o
clplents of a handsome chair from tho
ciuss of whom Mr, .Thomas Is a iiionibor.
Dainty leficshments were served lifter
which tho young people depaited to their
homes wishing Mr. nnd Mis. Thomas it
long nnd happy mnriled life,
Tho business men defeated tho Young
Ilickmles for tho second tlmo yesterday
afternoon on tho school house grounds,
Score 10 to 9,
Infants' and Children's Department
Opportunities for Tlothers.
French Dresses A few fine $3 dresses, slight- The regular $3.50 kind, reduced to $3.00
ly soiled, at $2 The regular 4.00 kind, reduced to 3.00
Regular $2.50 dresses, reduced to $2 Infants' and Children's Coats One to'
Regular 3.00 dresses, reduced to 2.50 five years.
Regular 3.50 dresses, reduced to 3.00 Linen coats, were $2.50, now $1.75
Linen coats,, were 3.00, now 2.00
Infants' and Children's Hats The regular Pique coats, were 1.25, now 1.00
$1.00 kind, reduced to 75c Pique coats, were 1.75, now 1.25
The regular ,$1.25 kind, reduced to $1.00 Pique coats, were 2.00, now 1.50
The .regular 2.00 kind, reduced to 1.50 Pique coats, were 2.50, now 2.00
The regular 2.50 kind, reduced to .2.00 Pique coats, were 3.50, now 2.50
The regular 3.00 kind, reduced to 2.50 Pique coats, were 4.50, now 3.50
Wash Dress Goods Counter
Thousands of yards of Summer Dress Goods marked at new prices today. No
other Scranton Store has such Fine Dress Goods, or so many different kinds. No'i
store has so many true' Novelties, And when the time comes to reduce prices, no i
& store cuts so deeply.
. Corded Lawns, were 8c, Now, yard. 5c
Everett Classic Dress Ginghams, else-
where 8c. Here, yard 5C
Finest Irish Dimities, sold by us all
season at 22c. Now, yard 15C,
Lawns, Batistes and Dimities, light -
and dark grounds, the usual 2y3c lines. Q
Now, yard oC
Finer Lawns, Batistes and Dimities,
also some nice Swisses, were 12J4 and
15c. Now, yard C
Swiss Plumetis, were 25c. Now, M
Silk Ginghams, Madras Cloths and
German Linens, all regularly priced at 50c.
Now, yard 25C
45-Inch Embroidered Swisses, were s
$2.00. Now, yard P 1 .00
- , The $1 quality, same width. Now. . .
32-Inch Embroidered Swisses, the $1
50c quality, now
25c quality, now
28-Inch Satin Regence, 50c value all
Shirt Waists and. Dressing Sac q ties
37 c X
The second of a series of weolily so
clalH was held in tho parlor of niakely
nuptial church last ocnlng. A pleasing
programme was rendered, after which
refreshments wero nerved. There was a
luigo attendance of yuiinpr people, who
enjnyed the eent Immensely.
Mrs-, John I.aiiKau k turned yesterday
from a vldt to TuuKluinnock,
Mrs. Ambury Tlnsloy, Mrs. J, U Davis,
Mrs. Annlo Jones. .Mrs. Mary' A. Morris,
Frank Tlnsloy and John Jones spent yes
terday at Ciystat lake.
Lackawanna street tecelved a much
needed cloanhic yesterday.
Miss Mabel Schllmcr, of Wcstchtjter,
Is tho guest of Mrs. J. A. Hull, of niakely.
Mr, and Mis. Harry Howatd, Mr, and
Mrs. W, J, Sweeney and children spent
Monday ni Lake. Chaplain.
Itov. J, M. Bmoultcr, of Itoek Lake, was
a visitor at the parochial residence jes
tcrday, Mrs, John Davis, o( Punmoro fetrect,
Is nulte III.
An anniversary requiem muss was cele
brated In St. Patrick's church, yester
day, for the lutu John O'Mallcy.
75 Odd Waists of various styles,
some soiled and counter worn, former .
price $1.00. Each 50C
150 Waists, all new, worth from .
85c to $1.00. Choose at .OC
60 Waists, formerly priced at , - y-w
$1.25 and $1.50. Now .-. $1.00
40 Waists that were $1.50 to
$1.75. Now $1.25
100 of our $1.75 to $2.00 Waists
100 Fine Waists, regularly priced
at $2.00 and $2.25. Now - $1.75
50 Beautifully Trimmed White
Waists, all worth from $2.50 to $3.00,
at, each . . t $2.00
$3.00 and $3.50 Waists, now. . . .
3.75 and 4.00 Waists, now. . . .
5.00 Waists, now
Also our stock of Fine Pongee
Waists, formerly priced at $6.50, now.
Dressing Sacques and Klmonas
Those formerly priced at $1.00, now 75c W
Those formerly priced at $1.25 and $1.50, now $1.00
Those formerly priced at 1.50 and 1.75, now 1.25
2.00, now 1.50
2,50 and 2.75, now 2.00
3.00 and 3.50, now 2.50
4.00, now 3.00
5.00, now 4.00
Those formerly priced at
Those formerly priced at
Those formerly priced at
Those formerly priced at
Those formerly priced at
Odd lots of Lisle and Cotton Gloves,
in tans, greys, white, etc, all worth 25c a
pair. To close out at . .'
These popular and vell known brands of corsets
at reduced prices.
H. fiiS. $2.50 Corsets
Warner's $1.00 Corsets
R. & G. Corsets,5 styles of $1.00 cor
Ior.L'cr,n P.nfspf Wslcfc; I DH numKA.e
ladies' and misses, Each 50C
Not all sizes In every lot, but the assortment Is
fair, and you are apt to find just what you want.
I Tailored Suits for Women
A, Great Stir in the Cloak Room.
The Newest Styles in Women's Tailor-Made Suits at half price and less.
Hundred Suits, divided into four lots, at these prices:
TIlP $K flfl T nt Contains Suits formerly priced
IUC P'UU LUl from $10.00 to $12.50.
Those at $7.50 r,e8marked at from $15
Tllf $10 flfl Assortment comprises some beau
iiiv, .piu.uu tiful and finely tailored Suits, worth
, from $20 to $25.
Walking Skirts Silk, Woolen, Mohair, Linen and Cotton, all at big reduc
tions, $3.50, $5.00, 7,50, $10,00, $12.50.
Spring and Summer Jackets 'Etons, Blouses, etc., all at half price and less.
$10.00, $12.50 .
The Lot at $12.50 0t way
The prices on these suits are all very much
less than the actual cost of making. It's a splen
did opportunity to buy a, suit for immediate wear and
one lor the coming fall,
I Connolly & Wallace
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