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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1902.
The News of Carbondale.
MET LAST NIGHT
The Coinmoiieia Transacted Coit
sldeiable Business at Short Session
LaBt Night Municipal Water Dlfl
cusscd. The common council met In regular
pecslon last night and got along rnplil-
ly with munv Items ot city bualncn.
The lommlttee on llsht, lire and filter
reported fnvoinbly on a losoiuuon ror
a change In distribution of some of Un
file aim in boxes ami alo tbe placing
' of additional lire h drains. The lepoit
on the icsoiution whs letelveu, and pn
a lata- motion It was laid over.
An oidlnancc by Councilman Ken
' ncdy, of the Tlilid, for eight additional
lights, was passed.
'IlLgolutlon IntioduLCd to sell the clty'a
Mono ci usher for a consldciatlon of
$150 was toncuncd In.
A icsoiution fioin the nclect for
Fnmucl .Sniale to connect with sower
extension fiom Ninth to Terruco sticet,
was (oncuued In.
Whltlleld lnlioduccd a icsoiution nl
lowlng Fiank Colvln to connect with
the Seventh avenue sewer. It was
Resolution by Pugllano to sewer Villa
and lirown street, was passed favor
ably. Resolution by Thompson, allowing
for icpalis on Mitchell Hose company
bain, and alo giautlng permission to
take their nppaialus to Poit Jervls,
It was also oidcted that the losl
dents from the noitheast corner of
Jlaple to t'emotciy stieet be given thlr
y das to la hldewalKs.
Resolution bv A. V. Thompson ask
ing the clt englneei to piepaie a pio
flle of Lincoln aenue to Oioe stieet,
JIr. Whitfield alo m.ide a resolution
to ciown and ditch Sptlng htieet fiom
Seventh nenue to Ninth aenue. Res
olution was passed.
Tlioic was much discussion bv the
cmincllmen regal ding the status of the
citj's municipal watet pioject Since
the couit's cnnfli motion of Judge Ilal
fcj's negatoiy opinion lcgardlng the
mallei It has been caiefully leviewed
by the city father"
It seemed to bo the opinion that at
present it is not adsisable to vote moie
money to fight the hsue. The matter
was left In an undecided condition by
Ihe introduction and passage of a
motion of adjournment to meet on
Thuisduy at 8 p. m.
BASE BALL GAMES.
Several of the City's Many Aggrega
tions Played Sunday.
Two vciy inteicbtlng games of base
ball weie placed Sunday afternoon
on the No. 4 giounds. when the Ren
ders Cllppeis and Allen's Pluggers
battled for honors.
Pender's Cllppeis defeated the Slug
geis In the fiist game bv the seore of
15-12. The game was full of fun. and
the honois of game No 1 rested on the
shouldeis of Howaith and Aitlnir, the
foimer for his slugging of the ball and
the latter for his eiy eleer base mu
lling, stealing eight lmes in the fit st
game. The battel les in the fiist game
were: For the Sluggeis, "Watson mid
Jones; for the Cllppeis, McCnbe and
The second game was far moie lntei
estlng than the llrst one, the .scoie
being fi-4 In favor of the Sluggeis. The
fcatuics of this game weie Allen's
tlnee-bagger for the Sluggers, nnd JIc
Cabe's home run and McDcimott's four
two-base hits for the Cllppeis The
Intteilos foi this game weie: Hale and
slimcll, for the Sluggeis: McCabe and
McDetmott, for the Cllppeis.
Both teams being whollj of man led
men, the games weie of more limn
oidinniy inteicst. The deciding game
will bo played ThuiMlaj afternoon on
the same giounds, for $" a side. Mr.
Pender Is well f-itlsiled with his team,
and Is willing to wasci all kinds of
money on the Cllppei. The game can't
help but be Intel estlng liom Mint to
The Iludly Abies and Novel Sweats
pl. oil on the "West Side gioumls jes
Imlay. The game was close, the hcoio
being 1J-U, in faOi of the Able
Thin afternoon Abe Salmi's Razor
backs and the liioket will endenoi to
play the national gan e on Duflj's Held.
WERE NOT MARRIED.
Shenoi Unwittingly Tells n
Sloxy to Repoiter.
In uhteiilu moinliig'H Issue of The
Tribune, a statement was made Id the
effect that Mls Minnie Mai tin, of
Uiummoud avenue and Joseph Sheiier
weie mauled l.it week.
Tlio Tilbune wishes to stale that this
Is not mi and that ho manlago had
taken place between the pnities in
(iics,tioii, A Tillnmo icpicseiitatUu
iheuiliiB of the imuilugo bought out
.Mr. Shcu or, Suiiila""eenlng umi asked
lilm to ion Hi in the uimor that was
Kolng the loundti about hlnuelf and
AMlss Mai tin,
Mi. Sheii ei thinking It all a joke,
jiald, "Why ceitaluly It Is m, did ou
;;,UHt hear It," and having the minor
,i:oiifluned The Tilbune hud it In the
ie.t4 iDpiping') iKxiie,
The Tilbune lepoiter Is soiry for the
Jflnilstake, lnit It was not his fault and
Slshes the couple better luck next time.
Midshipman John H. Newton On a
;' John II. Newton, of the Ameilcan
?Naal Academy, li In town cllculallng
among his many ft lends. John looks
"well anil Is glad to be among old friends
Sonce ngaln. Mr, Newton, has made
rapid piogiess In his studies at Uncle.
Sam's academy and has seemed muiiy
tawards roistnerlt, lie has just complet-
IDysenttry; Cured Without the Aid of
n "I am jUBt up fiom a haul spell of the
Jpux" (dysentery) Bays Mr, T. A. Pinner,
I . well known merchunt of Drummond,
JTenn. "I used one small bottle of
i Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar
', rhoea Remedy ana was cured without
! having a, doctor, I consider It the best
Jtholera nedlclno In the world." There
I Is no ned of employing a doctor when
i this rem! dy. IS used, far no doctor can
prescribe, a better medicine, for bowel
1 complaint In any form either for chil
iflren or s dulls. It never fails ana Is
' Dleaeant to take. For salt bv all drucr.
ed n voyage through nil the Northern
A Coming Mairlage.
Annotinccmcnt of the coming mar
riage of a ery well known couple In
the society of the city was made last
week. The innirliigc will take place on
Monday, September 3. The bilde-to-be,
Miss Alpha Riinkln, Is one of the city's
most chaimlng young ladies and is
vciy well known among the younger
people. Miss Ranhln Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac. Rankin, of Coil
The gioom-to-be, Rcxfoid Smith. Is
also well known, having been the
ti listed cleik at II. V. May's meat mat
kct on Salem tivenue. Mi. Smith Is the
son df Mr. nnd Mrs. James Smith, of
William Graham Bead.
Mr. and Mis. John Giuliani, of Vli
glnla, who are summcilng nt Costal
lake, mo mourning the death of their
two j ear mid sW months old son "Will
iam, who passed away Sunday aftei
noon. The parents me well known
nmong the loltagcis and bine many
fi lends In this city who deeply sjm
pathtKc with them. Sci vices weie held
ycstoiduy aftciuoon at Ciystal lake
and this morning the body will be sent
to Philadelphia foi burial.
An Extended Trip.
Mr3. Henry Krantz aid Mis. Heniy
EUirccht left last night on the flyer for
an extended tup tlnough Michigan.
They weie accompanied by Miss Jennie
Taylor, who will a Jslt her bi other,
William, of Milwaukee. The Mesdumts
Kiantz and Rlbrecht will be Joined by
their husbands ns soon as they can ai
lnnge their business to pennlt their
On n Tilp to Afilca.
Woid has been lecehed In this city
fiom Di. James Chine who some time
ago set sail fiom New Yoik city for
South Afilc.i wheie he will locale. Mr.
Clune made a stop of seeial weeks In
London, England, and "talso devoted
some time to the continental cities. lie
wiote In glowing teims ot his tilp and
also stated that he would leach the
Lloer land about Stpt 1.
Maty Buffy Dead.
Mmy, the l'J-months-old daughter of
Mr. and Mis. Mai tin Duffy, of Gieen
stieet, passed away Sunday night at
1130, as n lesult of an attack of spinal
meningitis. The afflicted patents Inie
the sympathy of a host of friends The
funeial will be held this afternoon,
buiial being made in St. Rose cemeleiy.
Supeiintendent Rose, of the Delaware
and Hudson mine depaitment, pei.son
ally sened notice of mohlbitlon on a
number of poor people who weie en
guged in picking coal in the viqinlty of
Powderly mines yestciday. They were
picking the coal fiom among the refuse
that mineis nie "docked" for sending
NEWS IN BRIEF.
A l.u ge ciowd spent Sunday at Sho
hola Glen. About 110 people left this
city, and at Susquehanna they had six
teen ciowded loaches.
Oeoige Houston, a foimer lesldent ot
this city but now of Pittsbuig, is visit
ing his mother, Mis. Thomas Houston,
at her home hi this cit,
Mis. Fiank Whipple, of St. Louis,
spent the latter pal t of last week at
the home of Ml. and Mis. Scott Whip
ple, at their home on Fmlew faticet.
Mis. John Pieice is quite ill at her
home on Cliuke avenue.
On Tildny evening of list week a
flashlight paity was held at the home
of M!ss Ullabeth Hoian, on Scott
stieet. Dainty lefieshments weie set ed
and at an enily hour the guests de
pal ted, well pleased with their even
The Keltelst ilub had their meeting
nt the home of Mlt.s Maty M. J. Mc
Lane, Sunday ev enlng.
Miugaiet MoLune nnd Rose Muiphy,
nie spending the week In Dunmoie.
Mies Anna china spent Sunduy at
Miss Maiy Mullo and Maigaiet
Kearney, of Sci .niton, nie spending the
week iwth Mis, William Ueigan, of
John W. Giant, the hiihtllng icpie
spntutlve ot the Caibondale depailment
of the Republican, has i etui lied aftei
peiiding a week's vacation among the
laigei cities of tills .state and Nqw Yoik.
Kate O'ltoia, of Scianton, spent Sun
day with Miss Jennie Tlghe.
Anna Dufly, Muiy Gllboy and Mui
gaiet Duffy leave today foi Now Yoik
v.heie they will lein.iln for one month.
While theie Miss Anna Duffy will
select lier fall milllnciy goods.
F. F. Golden was a caller In town
Sunduy af tei noon,
Ml. John Kearney and Rdwaid Mi
Donald, bpont Sunday id Plltston.
Misses Mai gal ot Slieitou and Annlo
Mellon, of Scianton, nie visiting Miss
Annie Tlghe, at her home on the West
MIhs Jennie Clink, of Scianton, is
vl-ltlug ft lends In town,
Joseph Sheii er Is .spending a few das
at South Canaan,
Miss Katie Connolly Is 111 nt her
home on Dunilaff stieet.
Hauy Foibes, a well known young
mini, fotiueily of this city, now of New
Yoik city, visited his giandmothei,
Mis, Kelly, at her home on South Main
Richard Glbbs, u foiiner lesldent of
this city letmncd to this city after
spending a few months in tlio West.
Mr. Glbbs leaves tamoiiow for New
Haven, Conn., where he will remain for
Ft nnk MfDermott, u former lesldent
ot this city, who has bpent a few
months ot Denver, Col,, has ic turned.
John Madigan tetuined with him,
Miss Ihidget Gllmaitlu has tetuined
after a tin ee week's engagement nurs
ing in Jermvn.
Miss Maiy Meulik, of New Yoik city,
is vlbltlng fi lends and lelattves in town,
Michael Cogglns, of Powdeily sheet,
Is slowly Impioviug, He was atillcted
Mis. Walter Cannon, of tlio South
Side, Was suddenly taken HI yesteiday
and was In u piecailous condition din
ing the day.
William Keating, of New Yoik city,
Is visiting his patents on Eighth nvc
neu. Mr, Keating is lucratively em
ployed us a stenoKinphcr In the olllce of
a latgo mettopolitun maiiufactuiei't
Mr, and Mis. William Emmett, of
Simpson, are rejoicing over the anlval
of a baby girl.
Michael Drcnnan, of South Church
street, U4a been appointed custodluu of J
lB nn n Tna tlnau
FKiTi w.. i. uhdi uuaa
'.,"' . caso-thnf It takes tlio
- pii (viuvrnni, llliuilk linpnirillR US
'.- wearing qunlltyi a Doia Caio nevor wonrs thin,
7o'ii,J Watch Cases
Kvi.' Are Riiarnnteea ror 23 years. ForCOyoars thor havobcen rocoenlsert :, il
IV,. nn me iuosi Mr vicenmo of nil ennes.
Millar na iinml fli Mia llnat,
j..w u bu.. .,. ,v ura.nAinjDutjewciBr. wnto 113 lor uoomot, -ivm
uy litis mark
THE KEYSTONE WATCH
St. Roe cemetery by Very Rev. T. F.
Coffey, V. G In place ot William Mur
Miss Maiy Ilonche, ot Now Haven,
Conn., has enteted upon her duties as
asslstttnt million to Miss Wiigltt at
the Ihneigency hospital.
Charles Moulson, the popular young
ding clerk has teslgned his position
with J. A. Lunny.
Special to the Scianton Tilbune.
Pltlston, Aug. LT). The Brothers
base ball giounds at Hnmtown hnve
boon the scene of many exciting gumos,
but few have been more Interesting
than that played this afternoon, In
which tlio Atchbnld team gave the
Bt others their thhd defeat out of
twenty-right games played this sea
son, by a scoie 2-1. The game was
fast and snappy fiom start to flplsh,
and neither side had scored up to the
fifth inning, when the visitors brought
in two inns,, while the Bi others scored
one l an in the following Inning. Flem
ing, a clippie, was in the box for
Aichbald, and pioved quite a puzzle.
The hits seemed fiom his dellveiy were
few and lnr between. L licit was in
the box for the Brothers, and weie it
not for bis able support, the visitors
would hive secured mote nins. A
good ctow d of looteis accompanied the
Atelibald team, and natuinlly felt veiy
highly clntcil ovet the victory.
David Howell, of Wnnen stieet, who
leaves Thin "day morning, In company
wllh four Moosic young men, for the
Moody school at Mt. Herman, Mass.,
was tendeied a suipiise party last
evening by about foity fliends. Among
those piesent weie. George and Miss
Esther Williams, Mendy Davis, Sarah
Divih and Misses Evans, of Scianton.
The Mhools of Hughestown borough
opened for the fall toim this morning.
Those of West Plttston will open next
A. fcrgn's Son & Co have leased
the old Rice Cattlage Factory building,
on Noi th Main stieet, and will estab
lish a niacin oni factoiy Immediately,
'ilie linn it composed of gentlemen who
have had much epei!ence in this kind
of vi oik. They will install machineiy
in the building and will make a sttong
bid foi tinde in this section. They will
also make a specialty of foielgn gio
retles, ? u in. as olives, cheese, etc.
Aiiangements nie on foot for a match
game of base ball between the Simon
Long base ball team, of Wllkes-B.iri e,
nwd the Biotheis, of this city. There
is a big tivaliy between the two teams
and the game is attt acting Interest nil
aver the county. In all piobabillty It
w III be played at the Y. M C. A. field,
Wllkes-Rai te, next Thuisday.
Fied Bennett, of the West Side, In
spector of lllle practlie for the Ninth
teglmeiit, was exhibiting about the city
tod ty tl.e line liophv captmed by the
Ninth leglment's team at the state
shoot at Mt. Gietna last week.
Cnsppr Obeidofei, supet visor of Exo
tct township, while instructing a foico
of employes laying guatd logs along
the highway in the nauows, missed his
fooling mil fell over the bank tow aid
the river, a distance of twenty-five
feet. He was badly shaken up and
bruised, but not Injuicd seilouslv. In
falling, ho got mixed up with some
tt ailing ivy and was pols-oned.
The slate convention ot the C. T. A.
V. w 111 be held In St. Alnvslus hall, this
city next week.
Sperlnl to the Sernnton Tilbune
Timkhannock, Aug. 5. William P.
Billings and family, of Kingston, Pa ,
nie guests of the foi met ' mother. Mis.
Fiances Billings, at her home on Tioga
Chailes V. Teny and family will
leave on Tuesday for Asbuiy Puih,
wheie they will take a two weeks' out
ing. Clmence A. Little, pmi , who hnd the
mlsfoitunc to fiactuio his shoulder by
falling on the depot platfoim at this
place, while getting off a passenger
Main, some time ago, has bi ought a
tiespass case against the Lehigh A'al
ley Rullioad company to tecover dam
ages for the Injuiy sustained, tlnough
the nlleged negligence of the tiatumen.
Mis.. Stephen Robertson and little
son, Lloyd, me the guests of ft lends at
Plttston this week.
Miss Matguetite Squler, who has been
visiting icliitives at Jamestown, N. Y
for tin ce months, ictuiucd home on
The Tilton ball team go to Monti ose
today to piny u game with the team nt
that place. A special ti.iln will leave
heie over the Moutiose bianch at li.15
p. m. It Is expected that a luigo ciowd
will uciompnny the team on Its tilp.
Willis Miller, of Senihton, is visiting
his father, Peter A. Miller, at this
Patilck Bojce and daughter, Joseph
ine, letmued on Stitutdny from a
week's visit with i datives at Lovelton,
MIbs Ida Bell and niece, Miss Eleanor
Hell, have been visiting fi lends at
Mehoopany the past week.
Mis. Hun y Billings, who has spent
some tlmo at Monti ose, letuined home
on Satin day. Her health Is slightly Im
moved. Mis. Jacob W, DeWItt, of Laceyville,
is vlsltlug ft lends In town.
Finnk J, Spauldlng, a well-known
fanner of Toikstown, was a business
caller In town on Monday.
JEfiWYN AND MAYFIELD.
The Maxwell Tin owing company
sta) ted their now dynamo on Sunduy
evening ami will in the futine furnish
their own light for the silk mill. As
they require 150 Incandescent lights to
light up tho mill their new dynamo will
save considerable money,
A eucessful effott is being made to
organize two teams composed of mur
lied men and single men ta play o
game of base ball. Manager Gem go
Cudllp who has cjiurgo of tho mauled
Is o thick
U(lnii.t i t.l ttf-i.
iHlliUIIVU UUIU IV HLCII
sumo depth of ctinrnv-
Don't nci-ontnnv rnn i.nid in im',
k ! . - - ':.. . - .
You Know Them.
CASE COMPANY. Philadelphia.
men's nine had secured all but one mnn
necessaiy to complete the team lust
evening and ho has got togethci a
stiong team. The game will be played
on Fildny af tot noon In Fowlei'ii p.nk.
Rcoso Thomas and daughter, Myitio,
of WIIkcs-Bune, weie guests of Jeimn
ft lends on Sunday.
Mis. David Allan, of Muln stieet, was
a Cutboudalc visitor yestoidn.
Mr. and Mis. John Glbbs aie moving
into tho Humphrey propeity on Main
Thomas M. Davis is confined to his
home on Second stieet by lllncs.
Mrs. Michael Halpln and children, of
Dunmoie, nre I. siting Jcrntyn friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcoigo Pendted and
daughter, Gcitiudc, who have been
spending a week heie tcturned to their
home at Vintondule, Cambria county,
The Excelsior Hose company Is mak
ing extensive Imuiovements at their
quarters on Lackawanna stieet. The
exterior of the hose house has been
beautified by a coat of p lint and the
Intel ior Is imdei going some changes.
The company expects the ni rival of
their new hobe wagon the latter pait
of the week.
Misses Mabel und Hazel Patten te
tuined to their home In Caibondale
yesteiday, after a two weeks' stay with
Mis David T. Lewis, of Susquehanna
J. A. Wat lug, W. L Taylor and
Chailes Ostiander spent Sunday tit
The S. S. S. club, of Elakely, lists re
turned from a ten days' camping tilp
to Lake Chapman.
Ralph and Hariv Reed, who have
been spending tho past month heie, re
turned to their home In Philadelphia
Miss Maiy Dougher, of Wllkes-Bane,
is visiting Miss Sadie O'Malley, of Dun
Bijcc Blair, of Caibondale, called on
fi lends In town on Sunday.
M W. Fadden and family spent Sun
day with Mis. Ellen Mutphj.
Miss Mabel Shi liter, who has been
visiting Mis. J. A. Hi"., returned to her
home In West Chester vestetday.
Dr. Hany E. Jones left yesteiday for
Glenslde, where he intends to locate.
O'Boyle's Indians defeated Glassy
Island yesteiday on the local grounds
by a score of 15-1.
On Wednesday the Hoe Handle club
will cios bats with the stiong Atch-O
bald team at this place.
Misses Kate Real don and Nellie Sul
livnn, of South Scianton, spent Sun
day with fi lends heie.
Mi. and Mis. W. W. Watkins, of
Main stiet, ontei tallied fi lends Horn
Tajlor and Scianton, Sunday.
Mis. K N. Truesdale, Mis. Lucy Fel
lows and Miss Murtha, "Williams, of
West Scianton, and Mis. K. Day, of
Nicholson, weie calieis at the home of.
Mi. und Mis. Li. n. Thompson, of
Academy stieet, yesteiday.
Mli-s Anna Pi ice, of the West End,
has returned home fiom a ten day's
outlns at Atlantic City.
John Richards, ot Noith Main stieet,
Is cainplns at East Lemon.
Mr. John Bembo, of the West End,
has loturned lroni the Lackawanna hos
pital ut Scianton wheie he has been
for the pait few months undei going a
ciltleal siugical opeiutlon for uppen
dlitis. I. I' Hoyt and son, Ftanlc, of Main
stteet, have returned from a fishing tilp
Mi. and Mis. Chailes Havvley and
dnughter, of Wallsvllle, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mis. Edmund, of Hlckoiy
Miss Floteiue Mnlnes, of Jennyn, is
visiting f 1 lends In town.
Mr, John M. Qallugher, of Josephine
street, was a callei ut the Lakavvunnii
hospital jesteidtiy wheie his wife is
undei going an opeiutlon for colitis.
Miss Mlidied Sltaifer, of Hlckoiy
stteet, has letuined fiom a visit with
friends at Duninoie,
Mr, J. C. White, of Oakland, N. Y is
visiting at tlio homo of his parents,
Mr. and Mis. Samuel White, of Muln
Mr. William James and Miss Knuna
Caipenter, spent Sunday nt Elk Hill.
Mi. Herman Van Weit and Miss I.uel
la Kennedy spent Sunday nt Ciuig.
Wllllum Pilce, of Cuihondulc; vvos n
caller In town Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mia. Uetttnm McDonold, of
Oteen Uldge, spent Sunday with Ml?s
Mr, and Mis. V, A. Jones, huve io
tuuied fiom a sljouin at Crystal laUe.
Mis, U. W. Oeiblg spent Sunduy
with iclatlves lit Foi est City.
Mr. and Mis, Chailes Arnold, of
Vniulllng, fepent Sunday with telatlves
In tow n.
Mis. IT. J. Rattle, of Caibuudale, was
n caller In town yesteiday.
Mr, J, lllne, of Poisons, visited icla
tlves In town yesteiday.
Mr, Kmetson Joseph, of Scianton, was
a business caller In town yesteiday,
Miss Mama Cavvley, of Foiest City,
U visiting In town.
The William Tell Wile club journeyed
to Wllkes-Uane on Sutuiduy, vvheio
they defeated tho Wllkes-Bane IJuu
club, winning two contests out of tluee.
The lAizemltes pioved no match for
the local Jeam and weie defeated by
over 200 points.
Tto Women's Chilstlan Tempetance
union will hold a meeting this utter
noon ut the homo of Mis. W. II. Olni
htead ut 2.30 o'clock.
Heniy Welseiilluh will ctcct a laiKO
hall In the rear of his hotel, on Union
sticet. The stuictute will bo a two
story wooden building. The giound
lloor will consist of u shooting galleiy,
eU' und the upper lloor
j Connolly & Wallace
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X Closing out the summer thiurs and iutroducinff t
Always look to our
Warm Bed Clothing
Sturdy woolen blankets. Handsome quilts.
In this unusual summer there has been no period of a week when a blanket
was not needed, Jack Frost proinisevo come early and make his visits felt; and a
light, warm quilt of down, or snug pair of blankets, is the best weapon of defense
we have against him.
Pure wool blankets, both warp and filling, 74XS4 inches, weight five pounds,
$4.75 a pair, worth $6.50.
Pure wool filling on light spool cottou warp, 60x80, 4 pounds $2.75; 72x82
5 pounds $3.50.
Cotton filled Silkoline Comforts, dainty colors, size 72x72 inches. 95c each.
A large one, 72x78 inches, with more filling, $ 1.25.
At this time of year people do not care for high-priced corsets. They pre
fer to have two or three pairs for the price of one, aud if one pair becomes soiled or
over-touched with perspiration they can throw them away for an uncostly, fresh
clean pair. We never enter into a contest for mere cheapness, but we are always
quick to see and seize opportunities to get goods of real value at off prices.
Today we shall sell some of the very popular C. B, Corsets for 39c that were
made to sell for Joe. They are in white the best aud newest shape, and straight
front. The regular assortment of finer corset is very complete, in fact, there is
nothiug in corsets that is not to be found in our department.
The New Flannelettes
The new flannelettes are here aud in greater variety than we have ever had
a them before.
12c for Eclipse
A soft, hue cotton flannel, printed in the most beautiful designs and color
almost like a French flannel.
jc and 8c a yard, equal to the grades sold in other stores at 8c and 10c.
Our 5c ontiugs have become one of the standards of the store.
For Wrappers, Night Gowns, Pajamas, Children's Dresses and a thousand
and one other purposes.
We can hardly get them from the mill fast enough.
Connolly & Wallace f
NEW YORK HOTELS.
EUROPEAN PLAN. NEW- H BPR03P
Convenient to Theatres and Shopping
Districts. Take 23rd st. cross tovn
cars and transfer at 4th ave. dircc:
Hoouts with Uath y f Suits with BatU
Sl.f.O UDwaid. ) I 62.GO.
V. H. PARKE, Proprietor.
Cor. Sixteenth St nd Ir Sng Place,
" NEW YORK.
American Plan, M 50 Per Day and Upwards.
European Plan, $1 00 Per Day and Upwards.
Special Itatcs to Familiei.
T. THOMPSON, Prop.
For Business Men
In tho heart of ta wholcsalt
Ji minutes' walk to Wannmakera;
S minutes to Blcgel Coopoi a Ells
Etotc. Ensy ot access to the t'rtut
Dry Goods Stores.
One block from B'way Can. glv
tne easy transportation ta all
points ot Interest.
I HOTEL ALBERT l
.X ror. Ilia Di, umimraui i-u ;
T Only one Illoclc irom Broadway.
ROOIIIS, $1 Up. Prices Ueasonabls
will bo used for dancing nnd conceit
Mi, and Mis. AV, II. Poteison, of
Orov'o stieet, weio guests at the lioino
of DiugglHt and Mis. W. W. Watkins,
at Peckvllle, on Sunday.
Mis. William How en Is 111 at her homo
on Xoith Muln stieet.
The Misses LHhel Iteese aud Kdith
Williams have leturned home, after
visiting iclatlves In Wilkes-Huiie.
Mis. W, U. Jones and son Willie, of
Caibondale, aio vlbltlng tlio foimci's
mother, Mis, lltese, on Main street.
Miss Adeline Tliomas, or Wilkes
Untie, Is visiting her cousin, Miss
Ecllth Williams, on Washington stieet.
Misses Haehel Stephens and Saiah
Jones, of Old Foige, weie guests of
Miss IUzIo Davis, of North Main
Mebsis, Aithur Moigan nnd John
Powell will leave tomouovv for Buffalo,
John E. Evans, of Muln stieet, spent
Rumluy with telatlves and fi lends In
Special (o tho Scrauton Tillauie.
Nicholson, Aug. 23. Mi. Allender, of
Ualtlmoie, Mil., spent a few duva of
last week with M. Crock.
Miss Eunice Titus und hi other Hex,
of BliiBhaiuton, N, V., uie visiting their
eiandfather, D. W. Titus.
Mr. uml Mis, Cuitls and ton, of
niiigliamton, N. V me visiting Cicoige
Mr. and Mis. J. M. Caipenter will
occupy the tooms vacated by Mr, and
Mis Cooney, who have moved to Connecticut.
iff out tue summer luiuns and introducing
ads. tor the latest nevrs ot the
& i ! 4"t 41 4"
Eh ret's Slag Roofing
Guaranteed 10 Years.
321 WASHINGTON AVE.
In Connection with the Delaware and Hudson Railroad.
12Day Sea Shore Excursion
Atlantic City, Sea Isle City, Wildwood,
Anglesea, Cape May, Ocean City, Holly Beach, Avalon
Thursday, August 28, 1902. 5
$5.00 Forth Round Trip $5.00
Tickets good only on train leaving; Scranton at 6.38 a. m. ZZ
Passengeis for Atlantic City may use regular trains from Broad
Street Station, Philadelphia, via tJie DELAWARE EIVEB BRIDGB
ROUTE, ALL RAIL LINE. ?
Stop-over allowed at Philadelphia in each direction within limit oi
Through coaches Scianton to Philadelphia.
into wholesomeness is "on
lager." All Anheuser-Busch
beers are thus "lagered" until
perfect for use.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
VreWtrs of tbe famous Budwolser,
Tribune Want Ads.
Bring Quick Returns
tne new ior Fall.
dry goods market.
41 ! "S1 "I1 fr "I1 '! !
of 50 Years'
Geo, W. Boyd
Asst. Gan. Pass.
U. S, A, t
Mlchelob, Black 6 Tan, Faust,
Export Palo and Lxqulatto,