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THE SCKANTON xTRIBUNl SATURDAY, AtlGttlST 9, lfoS.
THE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
Use the Best garden
soft and flexible easy
lo handle fully warrant
ed. Other kinds here if
you want it.
Foote & Shear Co
U9 Washington Av. X
of Music and Art
Season 1902 - 1903 opens
Thursday, Sept. 18. Most
modern and approved methods.
Send for prospectus. Carter
Building, 604 Linden street.
PETER N. HAAN
Iilvery, Boarding, Cab Service, Shop
ping:, Opera, Party, Wedding
and Train Calls.
HEAVY TEAMING AND DRAYING
New Stables, 1415 Mulberry Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
If You Are Considering
The purchase or sale of any high grade
stocks or bonds, better consult us. We
make a specialty of this kind of securi
ties. I. F HEGARQEL & CO.,
Itooms 206 & 207, Commonwealth Bldg.
DISTRIBUTING THE HOSE.
Number of Feet Alloted to the Dlffer
4 ent Companies.
Superintendent H. P, Ferber, of the
bureau of fire, will today submit :i forr
mal report to Director of Public Safety
F." L. Wormser, regarding Thursday's
tpst of the city hose. Part of the Infor
mation embodied In the report deals
With the amount of hose, which was
unable to stand the test.
v'jThis hose was divided as follows
ajnong the various companies: Knglne
company No. 1, 150 feet; No. 2, lu()
fqet;- No. 3, 150 feet; No. 5, L'OO feet;
CJiemical company No. 2, 200 feet; IIohh
Company No, 1, 150 feet; No. ;t, 150
feet; No. 4s, 200 feet; No. C, 300 feet;
No. 6, 250 feet; No. 7, 150 feet.
'Superintendent Ferber yesterday ills
I ttlbuted the new hose and old hose,
Which stood a pressure of 110 pounds to
the square Inch. The following appor
tionment was made; KiiKlne conipnt,''
No. 2, 150 feet new hose, 100 feet oUl
hose (the new hose to be plueed In the
"Win. Connell Hose company's drying
, tower); Engine company No. .'!, 550
feet new hose; No. 4, 500 feet new
hose; No. 5, 650 feet new hose; IToolt
and Ladder company.fiOO feet new hose;
Chemicals No. 3, 650 feet new hose;
Hose company No, 1, 500 feet new hose;
No. 6, 550 feet new hose; No, (i, 650
feet new hose; Chemicals No. 2, 650
feet old hose; Hose company No. 3,
B00 feet old hose; No, 4, 500 feet old
'hose; No, 7, 550 feet old hose.
Two thousand feet of hose unable to
stand the rtecesuiry pressure was given
to the street cleaning department. It
will be "seen by a perusal of the above
distribution llgures that special pro
vision' Is made for the lighting of any
central city blaze. All the central com
panies ore furnished with new hose, as
art) also tlio companies lying nearest
the central portion, widen would bo
called out In case of n big blir.e,
The Real Thing.
A base ball game that will be the real
thing is u feature of tlio day's sports at
Lake Ariel, Saturday, August 10. The
prjje will be a base ball team's outtlt,
nnd will be competed for by teams- from
C'olo.lel T, D, Lewis' council, of Provi
dence, -nil Dunmore council, of Pun
more, ...l) players are the. best that
can be selected from well-known local
amateur clubs nnd a game of unusual
interest is promised. The team from
Dunmore wilt wear Oriental suits, the
same suits as are worn In conferring
the popular Oriental degree.
Those nm havo enjoyed a day's out
ing with the Jr. O, It, A, M. on previ
ous seasons will llnd this year's pro.
Kmnunu mop Interesting than ever,
Two special trains will leave Kile
depot, ono at S.45 a, ni. nnd the other
at 1.35 p.iu.
St,ftmp Collectors, Attention.
At our great cut price sale of Dry
Qoods.we will give double stamps. See
our advertisement. Mears & Hagen,
arlfllri Art Co. Stilt ut'201) Wyoming
I Laundry 1
Ii. & W. COMPANY STARTS
With One Hundred Former Employes
and Another Hundred Hands Re
cruited at Various Points, the D.,
( L. & W. Co. Succeeds in Getting
Another Colliery In Operation.
"Mother" Jones Returns to Town
to Address a Mass Meeting at
Providence. Nicholls' Denial. .
A fourth colliery Is In operation In
ttie Scraliton district.
The Dodge, a Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western colliery, located at the
boundary line between this city and
Taylor borough, resumed operations
According to the claims of Superin
tendent Tohey there nre two hundred
men at work, one hundred underground
and one hundred outside.
The men underground, lie says, are
all old employes of the Dodge. Those
working on the outside nru recruited
from various places.
for two weeks past the company has
In en assembling men at the Dodge, and
every day coal has been cut and loaded.
This was stored In cars at the foot, and,
yesterday, tile first of It was hoisted
and run through the breaker. Only
about one hundred tons was prepared,
.Mr. Tohey says, because of a. break
down In the breaker machinery. To
day, if tliero arc no mishaps, the out
put will be quadrupled.
The Oxford, Cayuga and Dickson
continue to work without Interruption.
The strikers do not seem to evince any
particular desire to prevent their oper
ation. Pickets surround each colliery
every morning, but not in great num
bers, and their greatest activity Is an
occasional Invitation to some workmen
to stop and be converted. It is need
less to say the Invitation Is not gen
"MOTHEU" JONES HEltE.
"Mother" Jones, who achieved some
notoriety here lif the last miners' strike
and the silk mill strike, and widespread
notoriety in the AVest Virginia strikes,
arrived here yesterday, unheralded, and
proceeded to Providence to address a
mass meeting of the North Scranton
miners In St. Mary's hall, West Market
Street. Fred Dllcher, a former national
organizer of the United Mine Workers,
now engaged In the hotel business on
Lackawanna avenue, also delivered an
Addresses were also delivered by
Chairman Richard Holland, National
Organizer Fallon, Rev, J. V. Moylan,
George Thomas, and P. J. Shea, of the
Amalgamated Association of Street
Tile committee appointed by the dis
trict executive board to solicit finan
cial aid, in a house to house canvass
of Scranton and Dunmore, entered upon
its work yesterday. Last evening they
reported at district headquarters with
a goodly sum of money. How much
they secured was not divulged. Noth
ing has been given out from the head
quarters about the , receipt of jnoney
from Indianapolis since the first check
of $2G,000 was received. President
Nicholls; yes'ti'rday, gave out.' the fol
lowing: NICHOLLS' STATEM ISN'T.
Regarding the statements circulated by
this morning Philadelphia Press and Rec
ord, to the effect that 1 have been offered
the presidency of u soft coal company,
and another that I have been utfeied the
leader.-liip of the Central Pennsylvania
miners, X will say that there Is abso
lutely no foundation hi fact for either
report. I will stay In the district and the
llKht until it is won.
Regarding the other statement In the
Philadelphia Record, Hint 1 have called
twenty agitators from Shenandoah dis
trict to work with me, I will say that
that story Is untrue. '1 he Record cor
respondent must have been misguided, as
lie Is wholly olf the track.
The story seems intended to .cause the
dissension It speaks of as growing. The
history of former years shows when thu
opponents of labor failed to divide thu
men by other means, they fell back on
the device of trying to destroy the repu
tation of the leaders, and the coiilldence
or the workers In them. There Is no dis
sension In our ranks; the mln.-rs arc con
fident of winning and fully realize that
the operators are waging a losing llirht.
There is purfcut harmony between Presi
dent Mitchell and myself, and no cause
for contention between us, Ilo has tint
confidence, respect anil co-operation of
all the men and oltlcers.
About 150 Italians came to this city
yesterday morning, over the Delaware
and Hudson road ami then took an
Erie train at the Washington avenue
station. It was thought at first they
were headed for some colliery, but In
vestigation moved they were bent for
Hawley to do repair work on the Erie
AUOl'T CERTIFICATES. .
P. J. Mtillaney, representing the
miners' examining board, waited on
President Judge II, M. Edwards, pur
suant to Instructions given , at .Monday's
meeting of the board, and consulted His
Honor regarding the board's duties In
thu matter of prosecuting the men who1
are alleged to bo mining coal without
first having obtained a certltleate. The
judge explained the law bearing on the
case and advised that If the board was
called upon to deal with this matter,
action be taken only utter the full
hoard hud been consulted,
The law simply says that the buatil
Large Steel Enapieled Preserving
Leltles; uiliaclty, ii quails. They
are Just what you need for pro.
serving unit canning. tilVll.N'
A WAV l'REi: O.V HATIMtlM.
Al'fl, ilTII. with one 1S.OH. CAN
A, p. HAWING POWDER, die,
hi'o Hhoy Window,
AVn have long made It a study
to lurnlsli a Making Powder that
would Im conducive to Health. Wo
feel that we hayo accomplished
'. m,i WU ,n tllB Production of A.
P. lialiliig Powder, This Raking
Powder has been subject to the
and POPl'l,AR TESTS, and has
been pronounced STRH'TI.V
Pl'ltfl. PERFECT I ,V HEALTHY
nnd VERY STRONG. ""'""l
The Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co.,
ni.. Lackawanna avenue, U21
Tvortll Main avenue. 'Phono. 73-2.
Prompt delivery. New 'Phone. L':j.
22nd Public Recital
St. Luke's Parish House
rionday, August 1 1.
Tickets on Application at the 'Conservatory
Advancement Due to Class Method
Mr. J. Alfred Pennlnton:
Deur Sir: My daughter lias received instruction at your
Conservatory for ttie past year, and It affords much pleas
ure lo nolo tho marked Improvement In her.
Her development In sight-reading nnd execution Is mar
velous when compared with licr knowledge of music at the
time she became one of your scholars.
I am satisfied her advancement Is dun in a great meas
ure to your Class Method, which seems to me to be on ex
cellent way not only to Instruct but stimulate each puplt to
do the best he possibly can.
1 am well repaid In having sent her to you, and trust
tier future udvuiicomenl will compare favorably with the
Respectfully, V. L. Schlager,
910 Clay avenue.
Send for the New Prospectus.
shall prosecute charges of violations of
its provisions, wheh any person shall
present such charges. Mr. Mullnney
said, yesterday, the board Is ready to
do Its duty, and If nny person comes
along wi-th evidence that the law is be
ing violated the hoard will be con
vened to deal with the case.
HORSE IN A TRENCH.
Blocked Street Car Traffic for Two
Hours and a Half.
Two ladles, who refused to disclose
their Identity, drove a horse Into u
six-foot trench on South Main avenue,
near the corner of Landis strecet, at 0
o'clock last night.
The horse landed on his buck, with
his front feet projecting between the
street car tracks. Two hours and a
half of arduous work with blocks and
tackle resulted In rescuing the animal.
In the meantime all traillc was blocekd
on tht trolley line.
ACCEPTED THE AWARD.
Street Railway Men Return Thanks
A meeting of the Scranton Railway
company's union employes was held
yesterday morning, at which the re
port of the board of arbitration which
adjusted their differences with the
company, was presented to the mem
bers. The report was reatl and unanimous
ly adopted. A vote of thanks was ex
tended the members of the board for
the energy and zeal they had shown In
" Scranton Has Many Cripples.
Appreciating the needs of the great
army of cripples In this section, Mr. H.
C. Linslrom, the well-known artificial
limb manufacturer of 180 Washington
avenue, has secured as a partner Mr.
Fred Wurne, lately manager for AV11I
lani Woods & Son, of Manchester, Eng
land, the foremost manufacturers of
othopedlcal instruments and trusses in
It is Mr. Llnstrom's Intentions to give
our unfortunate citizens the best ap
paratus procurable. That physicians
have recognized the convenience of this
establishment is attested by the large
number of orders that have been re
ceived unsolicited from many promi
nent among the medical fraternity.
Is best promoted at the small college.
Here the instructor comes into close
personal association with every stu
dent; every student knows every oth
er student: the conditions of growth
are natural and Incentives to the best
work have greatest effect. College life
may welt be more thun college learn
ing. Swarthinorc College lias no mriblllnn
to be a university, but rather to do
thoroughly the work of the well
equipped small college. Co-educational;
under management of Friends. Cata
logue on application. Dr. Joseph
Swain, president, Swartlunore, Pa.
A six-uuart steel enamel preserving
kettle, .lust what you need during the
canning season. Given FREE to pur
chasers of one pound of Raking Pow
der at our stores, Saturday, August !).
Grand Union Tea Co.
Hi! Lackawanna avenue, Ufi and US
South .Alain avenue, Scranton, Pa.
First-class Picture Framing at Grlf
lln Ayi Co., O'J AVyomlng avenue.
SCRANTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Day and evening sessions of the
Scranton Dusliiess College will reopen
Tuesduy, September L'. Write, call or
phono (StW) for Information. Ruck &
AVhltmore, corner Adams and Linden,
Fine Photographs at Grlflin Art Co.,
ion Wyoming avenue,
Yesterday's Marriage Licenses.
John Solo ningtinmton
Mary People Rlnghaniton
Michael Kuclak Scranton
Julia Zoiiiiiy Scranton
Robert Stewart, Jr, Scranton
Lizzie Prlco , Scranton
85c to $1.00.
Try Breakfast Java
20c, or Triple Blend,
ing. E. G, Coursen.
Carbondale Tax Collector Is Charged
with Embezzling $3,900 Will
Have Hearing Today.
Constable Thomas Price went to Car
bondale yesterday, equipped with a
warrant Issued by Alderman Myron
Kusson, for the arrest of Francis U.
Clifford, who Is charged with the em
bezzlement of funds, amounting to $3,
!K)0, belonging to the Carbondale School
district, of which he was tax collector.
He was brought to tills city last night
and lodged In the central police station.
He will be given a hearing this morn
ing. The warrant for his arrest was
Issued by IL W. Walking, of the Fidel
ity and Deposit company, of Maryland.
This company went Clifford's bond
when he became collector.
Large deficiencies In Ills collections
were noticed recently and when a war
rant was finally sworn out, Clifford was
not to be found. He arrived yesterday
In Carbondale from Crystal lake, and
when word of this came to Scranton,
Constable Price was promptly dis
patched after him. He arrived here
with his prisoner about 7.30 o'clock last
evening. Clifford Is very well known
n Carbondale, where he has always
figured conspicuously in the best soci
ety of the city.
HAVE THREE NEW TEACHERS.
Stroudsburg Normal School Trustees
At their meeting on .Monday evening
the trustees of the East Stroudsburg
Mute Annual .school filled the vacan
cies left at the end of the term. Three
positions were filled and In every case
a wise choice was made.
Mrs. Mary 12. Klngsley, of Boston,
Mass., was elected to take charge of
the gymnasium, v Miss Lizzie J. Mount,
daughter of George Mount, of East
Stroudsburg, was elected teacher 'of
elocuttsn, and Miss Bessie Long was
The Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western Railroad company will pay
the abo for information that will
lead tu be arrest and conviction of
the peHi or persons who set fire '.o
the Bellevue washery on Friday
evening, August 1st, 1902.
R. A. Phillips,
Supt. Coal Mining Dept.
If You Are Unable to Call
and select your fruits and vegetables
this morning, use either telephone. We
have the finest display of the very best
goods grown. Cnnteloupes, peaches,
plums, pears, grapes, watermelons, itc.
Strictly fresh eggs and tho finest
creamery butter always on hand, AVe
aim to give prompt iservice and re
liable goods. Order early.
Tho Pierce Co.,'
110 to UI Penu avenue.
Are You Going
AVlth the N. Y. O and AW excursion
lo Hancock, Sunday, August 10th? Re
turn fare, $1.00. Train leaves Scranton
at S.30 a. m.
Dr. Lliidabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, 215 Connell building.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.; 7 to S.30
Lowest prices on Picture Framing at
?0'J Wyoming avenue.
A Startling Plan to Hasten
the Closing Out of Our
Straw Hat Stock.
All 3.00, $2.00 and $1.50 Straw Hats are
gathered for a final clean up.
We have made the price so low that they
are sure to go, and the first come get best
Sale on these hats begins this (Sat
AV6 6 il'BUCB srW
IN THE HANDS
OF THE JUDGE
CLOSING TESTIMONY IN
M. W. Guernsey Wati the First Wit
ness for the Defense He Showed
That He Has Beon Using the Name
Guernsey in the Music Business
Since 1800 Made Denial of All the
Charges Testified to by Witnesses
for tho Plaintiff The Arguments.
All of yesterday ,wns tnken Up hear
ing testimony and listening to the
nrgumeiits of counsel In the equity suit
of J. AY. Guernsey against M. AV.
Guernsey.- J. AV. Guernsey was re
called after court opened In the morn
ing, und identified the contract between
him and M. AV. Guernsey when the
latter entered his employ.
George Young, one of Thursday's
witnesses, was recalled. He said that
at noon Thursday he received a note
signed J, AV. Guernsey, nsklng him to
tell no more about the case than he had
to. J. AV. Guernsey denied all knowl
edge of such a note, and It was In
sinuated that M. AV. Guernsey could
tell something about It. As Young had
destroyed the note, It wus Impossible
to establish Its parentage.
Architect H. T.' Lacey testified that
M. AV. Guernsey told him several years
ago that he would keep J. AV. Guern
sey at law until he ruined him, and
that he would then occupy the stone
building on AVnshlngton avenue now
occupied by J. AV. Guernsey.
Before the plaintiff rested, Mujor
AVarren offered two amendments to the
bill, one of which names H. D. Gucrn-
sey and B. E. Decker ns defendants, it
having been shown that they now con
stitute the firm of Guernsey Brothers,
and that M. AAr. Guernsey Is manager.
Attorney It. H. Holgate, for tho de
fense, asked that the preliminary in
junction be dissolved, after the plain
tiff hatl rested, but the motion was re
fused by Judge AVhcaton.
M. AV. Guernsey was the 'first witness
for tho defense. He said he has been
engaged in tho music business since
1869, when, with his brother, II. D.
Guernsey, he opened a store at Hones
dale. In 1874 they went to Hacketts
town, N, J,, where they remained until
1S73, when they opened a store in Car
bondale, under the name of Guernsey
Brothers. In 1SS4 they opened a store
In this city, under the same name.
White they were at Carbondale he be
came acquainted with J, AV. Guernsey.
He was. in the sewing machine busi
ness ;ind also handled organs and
pianos, which lie puiehnsed from them.
In 1889 witness began the manufac
ture of pianos designed by his brother,
AVIIllani Guernsey, and continued until
1S91, when their factory at Green Ridge
was destroyed by fire. Tho pianos he
Is now selling, marked "Guernsey," arc
made from his brother's plans and
under his supervision In New York. J.
W. Guernsey never handled a piano
known as the "Guernsey," He made
denial of all the charges made against
him by the witnesses for the plaintiff.
J. AV. Guernsey was recalled for
cross-examination, and admitted that
it Is over a year since he learned Hint
M. AV. Guernsey was selling a piano
marked "Guernsey." AA'illlaui Guern
sey, of New York, tho designer of the
piano, said that his piano Is as good
as any In use.
The defense" rested, and closng argu
ments for tho plaintiff were lmjde by
Attornes Everett AVarren and Joseph
O'Brien for the plaintiff, and Attorneys
It. H. Holgate and J. AV. Carpenter for
the defense. Mr. Holgate contended
that the amending- of the bill and.
naming additional parties as defend
ants dissolved the Injunction hereto
fore granted. He quoted an opinion of
Judge Pennypacker to sustain his con
tention. Judge AVheaton took the
WATER MAIN VS. SEWER.
Another Hearing in the Injunction
There was another hearing yesterday
before Judge Kelly in the case of the
Scranton Gas and AVater company
against the City of Scranton. The
company asked the court to restrain
the city from Interfering with Its water
mains on Front street, near Stone ave
nue, In constructing a sewer.
M. W, Marple, engineer for the water
company; George Stevenson nnd C, C,
Mattes, of the Laekawannn Iron and
Coal company, testified that tho sewer
is being laid on the ten-foot reservation
and that tliciwutcr pipe at that point
What Can a Woman Do
for a Man ?
In Times or Suffering and Crit
ical Illness She Can lion
As a Saver or Lire and a Banlsltcr
of Disease, ,
Woman's power for good In the home
can Hover be truly estlinutcd. In tlmrs
of suffering nnd danger, her judgment
and experience aro Invaluable; her
smiles, words of cheer and comfort
help to dispel gloom and sadness. The
faithful, discerning wife has a full
knowledge of the value of I'nlne's Cel
ery Compound as a banlsher of disease:
she has noted Its wonderrul, effects
and cures; she has fnlth In Its virtues,
and recommends It with full confidence.
Mr. Rudolph M. Hunter, of the well
know Hunter Corporation, Philadel
phia, Pa., says
"I feel It Is but right that I should
acknowledge my appreciation of Pulne's
Celery Compound. That you may un
derstand my appreciation, I might say
that for nearly twenty years I have
continually suffered from neuralgia,
poor circulation at night, and general
nervous weakness from overwork due
to dally labors of from twelve to eigh
teen hours upon the most Intricate and
exhuusting of brain work. To retire
at night meant tho worst of headaches
and lack of sleep. I received no relief
from physicians and my enormous
work upon my electrical Inventions and
litigations has prevented me taking
tho rest so much needed. Some time
ago I began to take Palne's Celery
Compound, and I soon felt like a new
man. All my physical troubles prac
tically ceased. Palne's Celery Com
pound has done for me what tho medi
cal profession could not do. I now
work from twelve to fifteen hours dally
In peace and comfort, and secure rpst
is also on the reservation and not under
the control of the citv.
City Engineer Phillips testified that
the sewer Is not on tho ten-foot reser
vation, and that to change It now it
would be necessary to tear out the
sewer for a distance of 2,000 feet and
There will he another hearing next
SOLID GOLD fitted eye-glasses
complete with, lenses, $3.00, guaran
teed to fit perfectly.
Doctor Bern is,
Eye-sight Specialist, formerly of
New 'York, now 408 Commonwealth
m w M Tuesday
"Just for Fun."
Scranton, Pa., August 5, 1902.
After a thorough and careful examination of the Postal Cards
sent to R, E. Prendergast, in competition for prizes offered the con
testants who wrote the sentence "Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
sold at Prendergast's" the largest number of times on an ordinary
postal card, we have decided upon the following as winners:
First Prizc-A, C, LA MONTE .Sentence Written 732 Times,
Second Frize-L. D. ROBERTS Sentence Written 658 Times
Third Frize-ROSCOE MOORE Sentence Written 650 Times
(Signed) HOWARD DAVIS, Tribune
JOHN BRADLEY, Times
Mr. La Monte resides at 810 Madison Avenue, Scranton.
Mr. L. D. Roberts at 640 Washington Avenue.
Mr. Roscoe Moore at 96 West Academy Street, Wilkes-Barre.
THE FOLLOWING ARE ENTITLED TO HONORABLE MENTION
W. Hotchkin, Olypliant, Pa 540 timo
James P. Rooney, Old Forge, Pa .... , 514 "
A. A. Keys, 720 Monroe Avenue 486 "
Carrie Thompson, Montrose, Pa 402 "
M. M. Bitter, 711 Linden Street 380
Herbert E. Staines, 524 New York Street. .370 "
G. J. Hoblinff, 303 Beech Street 375
John York, 340 Everett Avenue 373 "
E. B. Sogers, Elmhurst Pa 366 "
Prank Wetter, 403 Cedar Avenue 365 g
P. Rooney, Old Forge, Pa 353
GrThe Postal Cards are now on exhibition In our window.
R. E. PRENDERGAST,
207 Washington Ave., Scranton.
The Pridmore Automatic Copying Prpss I
Gives four times
mOIKr t5 iJSJfcjf lira;!
The screw is designed so as to rnaUe
REYNOLDS BROTHERS, - - ' (MeJ Jermyn
On all sales of $i and over at
Of Oxfords and Shoes. Pricf ',
Reduced. Good for Aug. -
onnd u Only. '' . . "
Opposite Connell Building
134 Washington Ave.
IV. A U-J ..i , .
We Are Headquarters;
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Bittenbender & G
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Kast black, steel rod, solid frame. 2S-lm
T'mbrcllits. -3c. Fast black, steel rod,
solid frame, 1'S-ln. Umbrellas. 39c. Finn
twilled Gloria, L'G-ln., GOc. FIno twilled
Gloria, IS-ln., R9c. FIno pieca-dyed Unloij
Taffeta Silk L'mbrelliis of all colors, your
choice of tho llnest pearl, born and Ivory
silver trimmed handles, $1.49.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTURING CO
313 Spruce Street.
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