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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1902.
William Graeme Re-Arrested on the Charge
of Burglarizing a Store Other News
Notes and Personals,
William Orennio, the West Scranton
boy whn whs committed to Jull a few
duys ago by Aldeunnn Howe to awnlt
trial on the chat go of tinging his fath
er's name to u cheek on the Title Guar
anty and Tiust company, unci for sev
eral other offences, was rc-arrestcd
Complaint had been made to the
police that the store conducted by A.
Hadud, at the corner of West Lacka
wanna avenue and Chestnut street had
been entered on the night of July 31,
and a large quantity of cigars, tobacco,
cigarettes, etc., valued at $25, stolen.
When Qreamp was brought down
from Jail yesterday and confronted
with the charge he confessed to hav
ing entered the place by removing a
liano of glass from a door In the rear
of the store and ciawllng through the
opening. Ho was re-commltted to the
county jail In default of bull.
Sunday School Picnics.
The Shot man Avenue Mission Sun
duy school will hold Its annual picnic
ut Nay Aug park on Wednesday, Aug.
L'O. Three special cars will be secured
to take the children to the park. The
following committee will have chaige
of the picnic: Edward Q. Thomas,
David Dickie, Regie Taylor, Miss Liz
zie Jon,es and Miss Jennie Beynon. They
have been allowed fifty dollars to make
it one of the best In the school's his
tory. The Sunday school of St. Mark's Lu
thci.ui church will picnic at Nay Aug
park, Friday, Aug. S.
The First Baptist Sunday school will
picnic at Nay Aug park, on Thursday,
The Sumner Avenue Presbyterian
Sunday school will picnic at Nay Aug
Lucy poud, May Thomas and Bessie
McGitlro! Messrs, James Clleason, Jas.
O'Connor, Walter Doud, Joseph Taylor,
Thomas Hughes, Joseph Mudcurran,
Michael Tlgue, Thomas Jordan, Wit
llnm Mcllooney, Mnrtln House and
The old-time Hustlers, of this side,
who for a number of years were one
of the best base ball teams In the
county, have reorganized and are in
the field to meet all comers.
The team Is composed of the follow
ing well-known players: James Logan,
c; John Dean, p.; Horace John, s. s.:
John Lloyd, lb.: John Gaughan, b.;
David Hughes, 3b.; Morgan Sweeney, 1.
f.; John Crossln, c. f.; Frank McAn
drew, r. f.
position with the Niagara Power com
pany. Dr. P. T. Strupplcr returned home
yesterday from Lake Wlnoln.
Mrs. Isaac Williams, of North Sum
ner avenue, and grandson, W. Dewey
Harris, have returned fiom a visit
with Pcckvllto friends.
Select Councilman Joseph Oliver and
son, Ji Haydon, of Hampton street, left
yesterday for Cleveland, O., whero they
will spend their vacation.
Edward Olidorf, of South Main ave
nue, has returned from Stioudsburg and
Mrs. H. L. Morgan and children, of
North Lincoln avenue, are visiting In
NORTH, SCRANTON NEWS.
Lively Gamo of Base Ball on tho
Driving Park Grounds Surprise
Party Other Notes.
Recent Social Events.
Mrs. F. M. Sterling, of South Main
aenue, gave a 5-o'clock tea recently,
In honor of her niece, Miss Florence
Tiffany, of Brooklyn, N. Y. A delight
ful time was had by all present. Those
who attended were: Misses Florence
Tiffany, Grate and Ethel Woolcver,
Giace Smith, Emma Howard, May Bld
dlcman, Ruth and Edna Bryant, Mary
Quick, Messrs. Frank Steiling and Ar
Miss Bessie McGuire, of Tripp's park,
was tendeied a cry pleasant suiptise
paity lecently. A good time was had
by all who attended. Those present
were: Misses Ella Bums, Alice Qulnn,
Katie Stone, Stella Sheildan, Joseph
ine Hogan, Mary McHugh, Lillian and
The Bert Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
John Davis and Miss Cora Holland,
of Btnghamton, have returned home,
after a visit with Miss Lydia Davis, of
North Main avenue.
The Misses Florence, Pearl and
Bertha Davis, of North Main avenue,
are home from Lake Sheridan und
Announcement has been made of tho
coming marriage of Miss Rose Canu
van, of Pleasant street, to Thomas
Hopkins, of Pottsvllle. The ceremony
will take place on Wednesday, at St.
Patrick's, church, at 10 o'clock.
The funeral of John O'Malley, thp 2-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Matachl
O'Malley, will take place this afternoon
from his parents' home, 963 Providence
road. Intel ment will be made In Cathe
John Davis, George Jones, John Mor
ris and Jenkln Harris have returned
from a two weeks' Ashing trip to Lake
Poyntelle, where they were very suc
cessful. Among the fish caught was a
S-pound bass and two eels that tipped
the scales at nine pounds. The bass
was caught on a live minnow.
The Amateurs defeated the West Side
Browns on the latter's grounds, Sunday
afternoon by the score of 21 to 9.
A child of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arm
strong, of South Hyde Patk avenue,
who has been seriously 111 of spinal
meningitis for the past three months,
and recently was also a sulferer from
bronchitis, Is Improving.
The Alumni Athletic association met
last evening. Matters pertaining to the
coming season's foot ball team were
discussed. The Alumni bowling team
will play a game with the Electric City
Wheelmen tomorrow evening.
Mrs. Andrew Conlin, of Fllmore ave
nue, is summering at Lake WInola.
W. H. Robertson, who has been an
attendant at the Hillside home for a
couple of eais, will leave today for
Buffalo, wheie ho expects to secure a
TL HA! J i
-B I El O 1181 111 &.
E lira IWIBII &
ummer Clearance 1
Goes on with vim and vigor. Stocks iu all fe
is departments are showing the effects of rapid Sri
is selling, still, there's enough aud to spare. Sr
Most of the Good Things 1
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JNaraed last week are still to bs had at the ;
bargain prices then advertised and here is a g
brand new g;
Bargain Batch for This Week I
Housekeeping Linens f
Mulley's clerks defeated tho strong
Can-Cans base ball team, In an excit
ing game on the Dilvlng Park grounds,
last evening. The clerks outplayed their
opponents, and the general work of the
team aided In the victory.
Thomas J. Owens, tho clerks' pitcher,
had tho Can-Cans at his mercy, allow
ing them but five hits, and striking out
eight men. Duilng the game, Short
stop Edward Collins received a painful
Injury to his forefinger by being struck
with a batted ball.
John Macklc's catching was tho fca
tuto of tho game. The battn les were
Owens and Mackle, for tho clerks, and
Buchanan and Bobbins, for the Can-Cant.
A very pleasant party was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scharar, of
Parker stieet, Satuiday evening, In
honor of their daughter Helen's ninth
birthday. Games and other amuse
ments were Indulged In, and a dainty
repast was served on the lawn. Miss
Scharar was the recipient of many
Among those present were: Misses
Grace McDonnell, of Wilkes-Barre:
Gertrude Lee, of Throop; Marlon Wal
klnshaw, Katherine Cowles, Do Ette
Edgette, Ruth McDonnell. Elizabeth
Cowles, Beulah Griffin, La Doca Griffin,
Helen Scharar, and Masters Claude
Edgette, Floyd Lewis, Walter Sherman,
Kenneth McDonnell, Walter Scharar.
former price 15c
former price 18c
former price 33c
former price 43c
".' Furniture, Carpets and Housefornishings oN:.w
For $4.08 12 piece set, were $0.50
For $4.69 12 piece set, were $5.00
For $3.08 12 piece set, were $5.25
For $2.69 10 piece sot, were $3.25
For $2.98 12 piece sot, were $3.98
For $1.98 10 piece set, were $2.40
Assorted sizes and styles, value up
to 30c. August Sale 19c
For $1.00 screen doors, were $1.75.
For 69c screen doors, were 80c.
Imported Enamel Steel Ware
Blue Outside and White Inside
8-quart Berlin Sauce Pot with
enamel covers 69c
White enameled steel Wash Basin
at 19c, 21c and 25c.
8-quart Borlln Kettles with enamel
cover 1 69c
5-quart Berlin Kettles with enamel
White enamel steel Chambers.
August Sale Price 25c
Stransky Enamel Steel Ware
Guaranteed for Five Years
For 98c, Coffee Pots, were $1.19.
Jbor 91. 1U, Coffee Pots, were $1.39.
For $1.35 Coffee Pots, were $1.59.
For 69c, Tea Kettles, were 89c.
For 79c, Tea Kettles, were $1.00.
For $1.20, Tea Kettles, were $1.50.
For $1.49, Tea Kettles, were $1.89.
For $1.79, Tea Kettles, were $2.25.
Extension tables, made of oak, pat-
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
The inducements in this department are many. Here's a S
single sample by way of illustration. '.
Extra Heavy Crash Towels, size 18x36. The best thing in the 5s
world for hotels, hoarding houses or rough wear at home. t 1ST,
Dozen, $1.12; each 1 UC &
5 Handsome Silkolines
.x iw j.it duccuyo tuiui tumunuiuuiiB, or me suDOUett tints and "
ig hues that some people prefer to the louder colorings. Fine qual- 5"
vsi itv and all this seasons desltrns. Goods that cnlH tr,r - SJ.
iX - . - w -- lli fc.
12 l-2c and 15n nre now
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Fancy Wash Petticoats
Made from good stronfr clnuhoms. nronerlv cut and flnJBi,o ft
a two clicular flounces. Colors, ox blood, nink. hi .
with two clicular flounces. Colors, ox blood, pink, blue
,43 ana lavender. A regular $1.00 Skirt, this week . . .
8 Ladies' Neckwear
$2 Lovely styles in wash fabrics, that are new every time they
a IfiflVfi flifl Ifinnrlrv. Turn mlvn1 lnn ltnt ma olUUfl. n,i
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WIIU1CC Lot2at25c Each
The styles are nil good, so Is the assortment.
: c?rtM nt
T I UI UU1 WllUllC g
. radies Pocket Books, silver mounted or plain, in seal, walrus Sr
, or blistered leather. Black or colors. Pocket Books that g g
S actually sold for 25c and 30c, now I yC
Hose Supporters gi
,. . . .uW uuujthuuu m mo iaigem JUIlue, xne good kind
T ilin fall nlitfiii.r, fi a- 1 ft 1 n A On il t m " 0 .
vuhw mm injro uum i i-u iu uc ie pan. xatte your a S?"
choice of them all, this week for, (the pair) ; . , , 1 UC 51
Fancy Be8t Buckles
The latest novelties in gun metal, gilt, etc. Thcro are many
liking on sight. 35o and 50o Buckles for ........
I Globe Warebotise.
Dr. H. Young, Instructor at the North
Scranton Institute, accompanied by his
wife, left yesterday for Cleveland,
whero he joins his brother on a club
juggling tour, under the management
of a New York company. They will
perform in peveral of the large cities
in the middle and western states.
Superintendent Patterson, of the
Providence road pave; Henry Williams,
William Patteison and Thomas E.
Jones spent Sunduy with Moiris V.
Morris, at Lake WInola.
Thomas Thomas, of Edna avenue,
and Edward Loftus, of Spring street,
left yesterday to spend their vacations
in New York cltv.
The public is invited to the ice cream
sale nt tho Young Women's Christian
association parlors this evening. Cake
will be served with the cream. There
will be special music, and a geneial
good time is piomised.
Maiy Hopkins, of West Market street,
left yesterday for Atlantic Cltv and
Philadelphia, wheie she will spend two
Samuel Lewis, jr., traveling salesman
for the Pathfinder cigar, Is at home
with his family, on North Main ave
nup. Misses Mame Henry, of Brick ave
nue, and Anna Roche, of West Market
street, spent last evening with friends
Richard Hughes, of Oak street, spent
Sunday visiting at the Hillside Home.
Thete will be a trolley party Friday
evening. A special car will start from
tho Young Women's Christian associa
tion rooms at 8 o'clock, conveying the
party over each line In the city. Tick
ets are on sale at the ioom.
Miss Tessie Schwartz, of New Yoik
city. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Feldman, on North Main avenue.
Mr. and Mis. John McDonnell and
family, of North Main avenue, spent
Sunday at Montdale, near Chapman's
The home of Mr. and Mis. Daniel
Smallcombe, on Throop street, has been
brightened by the ai rival of a baby
Mrs. W. II. McDonnell and daughter
Grace, of WIlkes-Bane, hae returned
home, after spending a week with lela
tivea on North Muin avenue. Miss Ruth
McDonnell accompanied them.
Mr, and Mis. Paine and son Donald,
of Throop street, spent Sunday with
rjnrhnnrlnlo fi Inn.lc
Miss Mary Davis, of New York city,
has returned home, after spending a
week with her mother, Mis. Daniel Da
vis, on William street.
Misses Ethel Vlpond, of Hollister ave
nue, and Bessie Hoffman, of West Mar
ket street, are spending their vacation
A party, consisting of Walter Bene
dict, Austin Mooie, Fiecl Lldstone and
PuIaslU Carter, are camping at Lake
Mis. Uriah McDonnell, of North Main
avenue, Is rapidly Impiovlng fiom a
Mr. and Mis. Herbeit Chatfleld have
leturned from their wedding tour, and
spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. F. E.
Hodgson, on Paiker street.
ent bolt, pointing and easy running i things here
oAAuvo. cjwuu iiusa uuiaii. ji.ugu'SL
Sale Price . , $3.59
Other Tables Reduced
$4.39 worth $5.25. $4.89 were $6.00.
$7.50 were $0.25. $7.95 were $10.50.
$12.00 were $14.75. $13.35 were $16.
This furniture sale is a step ahead
this year over our previous sales.
Not room to mention all tnc gooa
3-piece Bedroom Suit for. $13.50,
comprising a 42x20 dresser with a
20x24 inch bevel miiror, wash stand
18x33 top complete, with splasher;
bedstead has 6 foot, 5 inch, head
board, made from solid oak, high
class finish. August Sale . . .$13.50
100-pieco Decorated Dlnnor Set at $5.08, worth $7.98 i
iuu-pieco uinner sot tor $u.hm, wortn $8.98
100-plece Dinner Set for $8.98, worth $10.98
C6-pieco Tea Set, handsomely decorated, for $4.98, worth $6.50
White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers
At $1.69, a 2-qunrt size, worth $2.00
At $1.70, a 3-quait size, worth $2.10
At $2.25, a 4-qunrt size, were .$2.25
Quarts nnd Pints, per dozen 48c
Jelly Tumblers with cover, per dozon, August Salo 24o
Extra Jar Caps and Covers, per dozen 2o
Jar Rubbers, per dozen 40
Pure Gum Rubbers, per dozen 6c
For 10c, Fruit Jar Fillers, worth 15o
Radiant OH Stove
For 49c, this sale, were 59c
For 85c, this sale, were ( $1.00
For $1.29, this salo, were $1.59
At 39c, worth 650
For 58c, worth 750
Cane Seat Chairs
The $1.10 kind, now 78c
The $1.35 kind, now $1 05
The $1.50 kind, now $1.25
The $1.65 kind, now $1.35
yesterday afteinoon from the homo of
his paients, 010 Marion stieet. Rev. Hen
ly Potter, pastor of the Gieen Ridge Bup
tlst cliuich, officiated. The pall-beuicis
woie: George Angle Breck, Hcniy Angle
Block, Hcniy Steiling, Tied Skinner,
Ilaivey Bateson, Aaion Jackson. James
Welton, Jia Rosj und Chailcs Skinner
acted as flower beaiers. Intoiment was
made In Foiest Hill cemetery.
Much needed repalis are being mado
on Gieen Ridge street, between Monsey
and Sandeison avenues
Miss Bllznbetli Aithur, of Wyoming
ncnuo, is spending her vacation in Ath
ens, ia , with Rov, and Mis, w, g. Slmp
bou. toimeily pastor of Asbury chinch.
Mlfca JJUu Altliur, who has been so so
liously ill with typhoid lover since last
No ember, iciocied oiirildently to bo
t amoved to Long nnmcli, which has
gieatly benelltcd her honlth. Slio lias
slnco leturned and her many fi lends
wish her icnewed health and sticngth.
Mr, and Mis. C 11, lluzlott, of Clay avo.
11110, aio sojourning at Lake Alio),
Dr. und Mis, Quilinghorr. of Caponso
avenue, 1110 summoilng at Block Island,
Mr, and Mis. Mackintosh, of Uteun
Rldgo stieet, 1110 rojolclng over tho ai
lival of a daughter.
Miss Uolen Churchill, of Mnion stieet,
Is spending the summer in Now Jeisoy,
Mis. Augusta Stnim, of l.aicli bticst,
swoio out a wauiiut last evening bofoio
AlOcimun Ralloy for thu an cat of Mis,
Poler Miller, uu tho chaizo of dismdeily
conduct, Tho taso was postponed for
two weeks fm fiuthor hciiilng.
Tho fmieiul of J Im old L'llls took pluco
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
A full attendance of tho Fourteen
Fiiends' exclusion committee was held In
Best's hotel patlois Inst evening, and a
piogiamme of events for the outing,
which takes place Thuisday, August 21,
was ngiced upon. In addition to the bal
loon ascension the sheiift's race, and tho
Ashing match, it was agieed to have a
team boxing contest between Messis.
Scheuor and Duffy and Khst and Zlm
mor. A cake walk will also be decided,
the contestants being Scheuei and Miller,
and J. F. Best and Charles Heier. AI
Holer, assisted by a coips of ladies, will
act as judge and refeiee of the swimming
match, for which Messis Andy Best, Ben
Moore, Tom Spiuks, AI Westpfh.il. John
Schneider, Ed Robinson and Alderman
Lentcs aie enteied. If any 0110 of tho
above finishes ahead of tho magistrate,
an Injunction will be at once seived upon
him by Constable Petei Maiker. Tho
most amuMng feature of tho day will bo
a fat man's race, for which the entries at
piesent aio Frank Lampkuhl, John
Barnes, George Rosar, Geoigc Engel,
Chailes Kellei, Haunts Kaestner nnd
George Rosen, jr. Tho committee has
been picscnted with a canler pigeon
which will be utilized to cany tho names
of winners to the club's headquntteis af
ter each ovent. Tho canter, is a biid,
and Is being fed fieo by Butcher Dan
William Elslng, one of the boj3 who
was hurt in the trolley car accident last
week was moio seiiously lnjuied that at
flist supposed, and yesteiday ho was
tnken to the Lackawanna hospital for
treatment. One of his feet was badly
crushed and It was deemed necess.ny to
make an examination with tho X-iajs.
Tho lemalns of Miss Annlo Pontius
will be lala at lest In the Plttston avenua
cemetery this afternoon. Services will bo
hold at tho family lestdcncc, &00 Cedar
avenue, at 2 o'clock.
Tho Infant daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Getz, whoso death occuiicd Sunday will
take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
M13, Schrclbei, whoso death was le
couled yesteiday, will bo laid at rest to
monow moinlng. Sei vices will bo held in
St. Mary's Gorman Catholic church and
Intel mont will be made in tho Twcntioth
Di. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam la
gunianteed to cure all coughs. "No erne,
no pay." For salo by all denlois.
Comet lodge, Knlght3 of Pythias, will
meet in weekly session this evening.
Mis. Moian, of Hickory stieet. has just
letuined fiom a trip thiough Km ope,
A child of Louis Rosai was Intoned In
No. 0 cemcteiy yesteiday fiom tho fam
ily lesldence, 736 Maplo street. Tho lit
tle ono was only two da3 old and died
late Sunday night.
the Best Week
Like a good cook, we
save the best for the last.
There are Dimity, Lawn
and Swiss Short Lengths
and Remnants make
good shirtwaists, next
year like wise pretty gowns
and never so cheap as
now. Just watch these
"adsV this week and think
about the prices we offer,
they are such that its bet
ter than putting money
out at interest.
A Small Percentage for
the Use of $25.00
AIT OLD AND WELL-TRIED REMEDY,
MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHINa SYRUP
for children teething. Is the prescription ol
eno of tho best femals phyalelans and
nurses In tho United States, and has beeS
lised sixty yeais with nover-falllng sue;
ress by ml lions of mothers for their chill
flren. During tho piocess of teethlnc its
Jalue !a incalculable. It relieves tho ch 3
lo the child It rests tho mother. Prico.
tweiity-Uv'B cents bottle.
Tho council mot In regular session last
night with Mr. Douillcuu tho only absent
member. Appiopi lotions to tho amount
of $J0,R07 woio made fuc tho ensuing ycai.
Chief of police repoitrd llo aui'sts dur
ing the past month. The bond ot Ti ans
wer Wahleis was lofoiicd to tho boiough
attorney for approval. Tho stieet com
missioner was Instiui'lccl to icmovo tho
best of tho stono lecently riunuled on
tho Golden lot oa Ulakely stieet to tho
borough lot, wheio It will bo used as
needed In icpalr woik. Tho stieet com
missioner was oidored to dump all icfuao
dlit suitablo for lining on tho lot of
AVIlUam Kdon on Webster avenue, Tho
hildgo ucross the tiacks of tho Scranton
Railway on Chcriy stieet was ouleicd io
pahed nnd tho expense of tho samo
chained to tho rullwny company. Thu
Sciantou Gas and Water company was
notified to either lay pipes on Blukely
stieot nt onco or lemovo them from tho
guttcis they aio now obstiuctlng. Thu
stieet lommlssloner's thuo sheet tor
JuOI.73, chief of police's budget for $.,70
and tho (ho department budgot for JIW
wcio nppioved. Chlof O'Nell was oi del oil
to liavo neoded repalis mado on tho In
dicator In tho i:iectilc Hoso company's
looms. Owing to tho appiopiiatlon for
stieet it-pull u being neaily spent the
uniount to bo expended (lining August
wns limited to je-'W Coundl luljouined lo
meet Monday evening next, whon bids
for tho building of tho pioposcd now or
win no opened aim mo contract u winded.
Tho Dunmoro riohlbltloii Alllanco will
hold a business meeting at tho homo of
Mr. Stone nt 182 Biook sliect, at S o'clock
tonight. G. II. Reeso wll bo pieseht to
address the alliance.
Letters remaining unclaimed duilng tho
peilod ending August 3. IWJ. I'oigons
126 Wyoming Ave.
cnlllng for theso letters will nlcaso say
advertised: Thomas Fnhy, !)I7 Tliioop
stieet; John Wioo, 2; A. II. V Mailvn
Pcckls, 1121 Thioop stieet. Usui 11. Rip
It is a penny wise and pound foolish idea to hesitate to borrow
money when you can got it on such favorable terms as we now offer.
From $10 to $300 loaned within 10
miles of 207 -Wyoming avenue.
we cto not want you to WAIT a
day or two for the money after
promising it piomptly.
You get it within an hour or two.
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Or Other Personal Property.
cram on Loan Huaraofy Co.
207 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
N:ar Corner Spruce Street.
Business Hours -8
a. m. to6p. m..
Saturdays, 10 p. m.
I We can hand you the money within
an hour or so after you ask for it.
Now Phone No.
P.O. Box 01.
WILLIAM FALLON, a former iosI
dent of South Scinnton, died at Read
ing, Sunday. Tho lemnlns were In ought
heie for Intel ment. Tho f uncial will
take place this morning at 9 o'clock
fiom tho home of Mr. and Mis. Lavelle,
1521 Plttston avenue. Services will bo
conducted In St. John's church, nnd .In
tel ment mado In tho Cathedral ceme
tery. ROV MEISTER, the 15-nionths-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Meister, of
Elm stieet, died last night. A month
ago they lost a 6-yeai-old son.
Tho Reds defeated tho Old Forgo team
on tho kilter's gi omuls, yesteiday, by a
scoio of 12 to (i. Welscntluli moved u
stumbling block to the Old Forgo bats
men, llo stiuck out eight men mid poi
mltted but seen hits. Tho batting of tho
homo team was teriillc,
, Tomoirow tho cleiks nnd butchers will
play their deciding gamo of ball; each
team 1ms won a ictm. Hotting la about
oon, and much money Is up on tho
game, Thomas and Ncgley will bo thu
battery for tho butchers; How oils und
Powell for tho cleiks.
Huuy Evans, of Dover, Del,, vns a
business caller on T. II. Enn, jcstci
day. Misses Daisy and Kenneth Relnhnrdt
uto lsltlng lelntlves nt Stioudshtiig,
Contractor Pnilth and his gang of wotk
nicn commenced woik on tlio now bewer
on Union street yesterday, between Poud
aud Rldgo bticcts.
Mis. Itobeit Llowellyu will leave today
for a lnlt with i datives In Ohio.
Tho Ai Uib. ild mlno tcum wll cio's bats
with tho Oiloles on tho RleislJo giound
this afternoon. ;
Miss Gusslo Rcluhiudt has icturncd
homo from a low weeks' visit with icla
ttves ut Ransom.
Hurry Hums, of Taylor street, Is home
from his trip to Pittsburg.
Tho boiough council held an Interesting
r -J& ; N" fS?SSni bw Vjr k
The Largest and most
artistic line ever shown
in the city.
121 Washington Avenue.
bcfslon last evening In tho council chain
bcis. Uuslnejs of Impoitancu was trans,
Misses Emma Stulili und Mmgiiiot WIN
llama uiu sojourning at Atlantic City.
William JMuiphy, of New York, Is vis
King his family on Oak stieet,
Mis. Gllgallon. of Aichbald, Is visiting
her daughter, Ml a, M. J. McDonald, of
Miss Rachel Smith has returned to her
homo In Luucino boiough, after spending
the past few weeks us tho guest of Miss
Jounlo llarils, of Main titicct.
About the Waist
and in fact in every de
partment. August, you
know, is clearing month,
and a little loss this sea
son is preferable to carry
ing over season. It will
pay you to keep a close
watch on our advertising
this month, and call in the
store when you are down,,
town. We are sure 'to
have something you need
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This rignaturo l on e7cry box ot I
m t Kmtrmt UMMinr uu nirm rma
Mr, und Mis. Henjamln Prosscr and
little daughter, Eleanor, of tho West
End, li.iM) ictuincd trom a Islt with
friends iu York state.
Miss L'athciluo Wllllains.of Main stieet,
spent. Sunday at Hcranton.
Air, and Mrs. John Baunou, of Pilco
burg, spent Sunday In town.
Miss Jauo Williams, of Main street, Is
lstiliig at the liomu ot her brother ut
Comer D. Hcoso Is impiovlng, after a
few weeks' Illness.
Thomas Cousens. ot Muln stieet, lias
returned homo Hum u lslt with frlendi
Rett Gendall, of Maishwood, was a
culler In town, Saturday c cuing.
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