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THE SCRANTON TKIBUNJAVElJNJtiHUAV, AUGUST 27, 1902,
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THE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
Made by skilled workmen.
Starrett's Tools are the
standard for accuracy, work
manship, design and finish.
Every tool warranted. You
can get them at tho Modern
Foote & Shear Co.
4 4f VfT. f. i A r
of Music and Art
Season 1002 - 1003 opens
Thursday, Sept. 18. Most
modern and approved methods.
Send for prospectus. Carter
Building, 604 Xinden street.
PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Cab Service, Shop
ping, Opera, Party, Wedding
and Train Calls.
HEAVY TEAMING AND DRAYING
New Stables, 1415 Mulberry Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
A few shares
and Trust Co. Stock,
Under the market if called for
I. F. HEGARQEL & CO.
On approved security.
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THE PEOPLE'S BANK.
Attorney M. J. Donohoc Is on a business
trip to Philadelphia.
M. J. Itaffcrty, of 336 Phelps street, Is
Visiting at Union 11111, N. J.
Mis. K. F. Kdgcrton, of Mulberry street,
Is spending a weelc with friends In Bath,
Mrs. K. Levy nnd bon, Irwin, of Monroe
avenue, have returned from Syracuse,
William Kelly and family have returned
homo from an extended stay at l.alto
M. B. 'Capey, superintendent or enr ser
vice, Lackawanna railroad, spent yes
terday In Buffalo on business for the com
pany. V. Ii. Bennett, representative of tho H.
J. ileinz Co., was taken seriously III a
week ago and has blnco been conllncd to
his homo at 1(!71 Madlbon avenue. Ho Is
Tho maniago of Miss Mary Cathcrino
Thompson to Ell Taylor Ivory will tako
j)laco at tho Howard Placo African Meth
odist Hplsrnpal church "Wednesday, Au
gust S7, 130., at 12 o'clock noon.
RECEIVED STOLEN GOODS.
33. Hoffman Charged with That
Offence and Held in Bail.
Detective John Peel, of tho Lacka
wanna railroad, yesterday caused tho
arrest of 13. Hoffman, of South Wyo
ming avenue, on the charge of receiv
ing stolen goods.
Tho property belonged to the railroad
company and consisted of parts of
washery machinery. The defendant
was given a hearing before Alderman
Ituddy and was held In S300 ball for his
appearance at court.
TWO COMING GAMES.
Scranton Will Piny Honesdale and
Tho Scranton ami Honesdale clubs
will play at Athletic park, Saturday
afternoon. Miller, the lightning bhort
stop of the Port Jervls team, will play
with Honesdale. It Is said that he puts
up a wonderful game. .
On .Monday next Scranton will play
tho Luzerne borough team. It is one
of the strongest in this part of tho
KLONDIKE ON THE WANE.
The Gold Yields Is Rapidly Dlmin-
eshing This Year,
By Kx)usltc Wire horn 'llio AtMidalcJ I'reos.
Washington, Aug. 20. Tho golden
star of the Klondike Is on the wane,
according to tho official report of
George II, Hess, who recently was sent
to Dawson by tho Canadian Manufac
turers' association, to make u thor
ough examination Into the business
prospects of the Yukon territory,
Mr, Heces refers to the feet that the
total yield of the Klondike last year
was $24,000,000, and that the production
of the coming year will not, according
to government estimates, exceed $14,
000,000. At Dawson, Mr, Hees reports,
ten applicants for every Job, yet boat
loads of men continue to arrive,
AT TWO MINES
MEN WORKING AT THE AVON
DALE AND VON STORCH.
Operations Wcro in Pull Blast Yes
terday at tho Avondale Colliery of
the Lackawanna Company, and a
Number of Men Wcro Working at
the Von Storch, of the Delaware &
Hudson Company General Man
ager Thome, of tho Temple Com
pany, Back from New York.
Work was again In progress yesterday
at tho Von Storch colliery of tho Dela
ware and Hudson Railroad company,
where a largo number of men were
engaged during the day, hoisting coal
to the surface, and cutting a quantity
of fresh coal.
The Avondale colliery of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna &Vestcrn Railroad
company was In operation yesterday,
and about nlxty men worked through
out the day, without Interruption or
molestation. The greater number of
Lackawanna, collieries are now In
readiness to start any day, and the coal
department oniclnls declare that before
the week Is pust It Is not unlikely that
a number of other collieries will bo
Vice-president E. E. Loomls of tho
Lackawanna was In tho city yester
day, and held his weekly conference
with Superlntedent Tobey. The situa
tion was generally discussed, and the
work reviewed, of the past week at the
company's mines and washeries now in
course of operation.
President T. D. Xlcholls of the United
Mine Workers of America was still out
of the city yesterday, and In his ab
sence i. cretary-Treasurer John T.
Dompsey was In charge at the district
BACK FROM NEW YORK.
General Manager S. B. Thorne, of the
Temple Iron company, yesterday re
turned from Now York, and will today
Investigate Ihe case of Frank Decker,
the deputy arrested last Saturday for
being implicated in the shooting of
Michael Connolly and Forrest Cross
man, at tho Edgerton washery.
Mr. Thorne yesterday declared that
he did not place the slightest credence
In the theory of Decker's having shot
the men. The company gave pretty
substantial evidence of Its belief In
Decker's innocence by furnishing tho
$2,000 bond necessary to ball him out.
The strongest e valence in Decker's
favor Is supplied byj Connolly, one of
tho wounded men, vho states that he
had left him four hundred yards away,
just befoie the shooting occurred, and
It would have been practically an Im
possibility for him to have perpe
ti.ited the deed.
The lMgrertou is tho only washery
operated by the Temple company la
these p.uts, and General Manager
Thorne is highly satisfied with the re
sults, which are being achieved at It.
Sixteen bundled tons of coal have been
washed there in the last four days, and
the total output for tho month will be
upwards of nine thousand tons.
The company, like the. Erie and On
tario and Western, is simply resting at
piesont, f.r.d making no efforts to re
sume operations at any of their col
lieries. Talking about the Ontario and
Western, however, it will only be
apropos to say that any day may now
witness a lesumption of work at tho
Mount Pleasant or West Ridge col
lieries. MINES ARE READY.
The forces of men who have been at
work making repairs and cleaning up
at the two mines have now practically
completed their tasks, and develop
ments are being eagerly awaited. There
were no fresh arrests of strikers yes
terday, charged with interfering with
Lackawanna workmen, but a number
of warrants will bo served today.
Several of tho warrants sworn out
several clays ago have not been served
as yet, and in addition a number of
additional infoi muttons were lodged
yesterday with Alderman M. J. Ruddy.
It is expected that the North Ameri
can washery, in South Scranton, will
resume woilc today. Everything Is in
readiness at the 'washery and unless
something totally unforeseen occurs,
work will be on today.
Local No.' 1C67 will meet at ilO o'clock
this morning In St. Mary's hall.
POLICE COURT CASES.
Nelllo Grady, of Raymond court, arrest
ed by Patrolman Neuls for soliciting on
the street, was committed to jiill for thir
ty days yesterday by Magistrate Howe.
Rdwaid Kelly, machinist, arrested by
Patrolman Sloat fur being drunk and re
sisting arrebt, was lined to In police couit
Thomas Kane, arrested by Pntrolman
George W. Jones, for being drunk, was
committed for twenty days, In default of
u lino of $.",
James McCnrmtrk, who would not go
homo when Patrolman Neuls told him to
go, paid a (Inn of $5,
JohnJoulan, drunk, was lined $3, which
MINE WORKERS IN LINE.
West Scranton Locals Will Send Big
Delegation to Labor Day Parado.
Grand Marshal Hugh Vrayne, of the
Labor Day parado, was uotlllcd yes
terday that twelve locals of the West
Scranton Mlno Workers had mot and
decided on arrangenjonts for the par
ado. Thoy will put about eight thous
and men In line, and will be headed
by n band and two drum corps.
Today Mr, Fraytyj will hear from
Throop, Dunmore, Providence and
other locals. Tho grand marshal and
uldes will meet today to perfect details,
Scranton Business College,
Tho full enrollment will bo very largo
nt the Scranton Business College. Al
ready (Aug. 14th) six hundred and
fifty dollars worth of tuition has been
sold, This Is unprecedented. People
are beginning to learn that Scranton
Business College students easily secure
positions, draw large salaries and are
rapidly promoted. Messrs. Buck &
Whltmoic are absolutely unablo to
supply the demand for bookkeepers and
stenographers even during the "quiet"
86.55 to Niagara Falls and Return
Account Labor Day Excursion via
the Lehigh Valley Railroad.
Tickets will bo sold and good going
on evening trains August 29 and all
trains, excepting Black Diamond Ex
press, August 30 and 31, limited for re
turn passage to and Including Septem.
ber 2. Consult local ticket agent for
J. Alfred Pennington, Director.
The Director will be at the Conservatory, 604
Linden Street, every day this week to confer with
parents and students relative to Pianoforte Study.
Lessons begin September 1 1.
CSFRemember that Course A, $p fr tne vear
is for beginners or those who havenad little instruc
tion. itGar Remember that Course A begins at the be
ginning under the famous Faelten System of Funda
mental Training. No preparation for Course A can be
found outside of the course itself.
J3" Remember that the playing of pieces and
studies is taken up from the very beginning, along
with a theoretical and practical knowledge never ob
tained under old methods.
See the Prospectus or the Conservatory Key
note (just out) for testimonials.
MEN WHO ASSAULTED
JOHN W. W00DBRIDGE
They Were Given a Hearing Before
Magistrate Davis Police Are
Looking for William Dorscy.
Walter Malla and John Burke were
given a hearing yesterday morning in
the West Side police station before
magistrate Davis on tho charge of as
sault and battery preferred by John
M. Woodbridge as noted in these
columns yesterday morning. Wood
bridge offered evidence to prove that
while returning from his mother's home
In Hennessy court to his own homo In
the same court, the defendants set
upon him and terribly injured the side
of his face and head with the broad side
of an ax. Woodbrldges' head Is badly
swollen nnd is In a bad condition. He
was beaten he says because ho works
in the Oxford mine to support his wife
After the evidence had been submit
ted the magistrate placed them under
$800 ball each. A man by the name of
John Burke furnished ball for John
Burke the defendant and so he was
released. Malla was not so fortunate
and so was committed to the county
jail. The police are on the hunt for
William Dorsey, of North Ninth street,
who Woodbridge claims is also concern
ed In the affair.
Attorneys Patterson and O'Brien ap
peared for Woodbridge. Malla, while
on the stand, admitted that he held the
crowd back while his companions were
WILLIAM SIEBECKER died yester
day atternoon at his home on Monroe
avenue, Dunmore, after an illness of a
year or more, at which time a compli
cation of dlseas-es set in, resulting In
dropsy. Mr. Slobecker was born In
Stclnbach, a small town In Bavaria,
Germany, May 28, 1S30. Coming to this
country when a young man and after
spending a few years in California, he
settled in Sullivan county, N. Y., from
which place he moved to Scranton .in
I860. He is survived by his wife and the
following children: Mrs. F. J. Wid
mayor, L. J. and Edward Siebeckcr, of
this city, and Henry W., of Buffalo, N.
Y. Tho funeral services will be held at
the residence, 145 Monroe avenue, Dun
more, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Interment in Forest Hill cemetery.
The funeral of the late Charles W.
Houck will take place tomorrow after
noon at 2.30 o'clock from the house, 323
Penn avenue. Services will be held In
St. Luke's Episcopal church, and inter
ment will bo made In the Forest Hill
The funeral of Mrs. R. W. Luce will
take place Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock from her late residence, 813 Mul
MRS. MARY TAYLOR, wife of
Patrick Taylor, the well known hotel
proprietor of Jackson stieet, passed
away yesterday morning at 9 o'clock,
aged 30 years. Mrs. Taylor partook of
breakfast as usual and after leaving tho
table she went to the parlor and sat
down. A few minutes later she com
plained of feeling ill and expired Just
after being removed to her bed. De
ceased was born in Shultzvlllo, being
the daughter of Mrs. Mary Fltzslmmons
and the late Patrick Fitssslinmons. She
was married to Mr. Taylor six years
ago, the union being blessed with two
chuidren. Mrs, Taylor was a prominent
member of St. Patricks church. She Is
survived by her husband, mother, Mrs.
Mary Fltzslmmons, brothers Phillip and
Frank, of Shultzvlllo, and William of
this city, also sisters, Mrs. Delia Me
Nulty, of Foster; Ellon, Agnes and
Lilly, all of Shultzvllle, and two chil
dren, Gertrude and Isabelle. Funeral
MRS. FANK MILLER, of Shoemaker
avenue, Dunmore, died yesterday after
noon after a long illness. At the time
of her death she was 41 years of ago
and is survived by her husband and
four children. Tho funeral will take
placo on Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock from her late home.
MISS NEALON BURIED.
Interment Made in tho Cathedral
A high mass of requiem was cele
brated In St. Peter's cathedral at 9
o'clock yesterday morning over tho re
mains of tho late Anna Nealon, who
died on Sunday at tho homo of her
niece, Mrs. R, J. Uourke, on Myrtle
Tho fuuert.1 service was conducted by
Rnv, Bernurd O'Byrne, of the Cathe
dral, The pull bearers were Marcus
Duffy, Mathew Brown, Peter Howley,
Thomas l Walsh und Patrick Neulon,
of this city, and James McTigho, of
Carbondale, Interment was made in
the Cathedral cemetery.
Scranton Business College office now
open day and evening,
Atlantic City, Cape May, Sea Isle
City, Ocean City, Avalon, Wild
wood, or Holly Beach Excursions
via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Thursday, August 28. Special 12day
tickets, $5.00 to all resorts, via Market
street wharf, or to Atlantlo bty only,
via Delaware river bridge route. Train
leaves Scranton at 6-33 a. m. 'Stop off
at Philadelphia, v
PUT MONEY IN A CRATE,
Huckster Forgot About It and Had
Trouble Recovering It from
Marketman Prank Iriel.
John Luoatch, a vegetable huckster
from Plttston, appeared before Alder
man Ruddy yesterday morning and
had a warrant Issued for tho arrest of
Frank Iriel, of Ninth street, who con
ducts a small market.
Lucatch was held up one morning at
Old Forge and relieved of some money,
and yesterday morning ho placed $G0
and u check for $18 in a book and
fearing another hold-up secreted his
money in a crate full of tomatoes.
Upon his arrival at Irlel's store, ho
sold tho tomatoes, but forgot to take
tho money out of the crate. When he
discovered his mistake and returned to
the store, Iriel professed ignorance of
having found the money.
When a constable went there with a
search warrant, Irlel's wife produced
tho money. The case against him was
then withdrawn before the alderman.
GREEN RIDGE WEDDING.
Lieutenant Constantino and Miss
Stella Wedeman Married.
At the home of Mrs. Wedeman, of
1435 Penn avenue, the hitter's charming
young daughter, Miss Stella M. Wede
man was joined in wedlock with Charles
II. Constantino, of North Main ave
nue, last night. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. George A. Cure, of tho
Providence Methodist church in the
presence of many of the Immediate
friends and relatives.
The bridal party entered the parlor
of the Wedeman home, which was rich
ly decorated with potted palms and cut
llowers, to the stialns of the Lohengrin
wedding march, excellently played by
Miss Lucy Heal, of Dunmore.
Tho bride was attended by tho
groom's sister, Miss Lulu May Con
stantino, while Harold Wedeman, the
bride's brother acted as best man. The
bride was beautifully attired in a gown
of white Paris mouselline do sole trim
med with duchess lace. She carried a
largo bouquet of sweet peas. Her at
tendant was simillarly attired.
Mr. and Mrs. Constantino left on tho
midnight train for an extended wedding
tour to Philadelphia and Washington.
Upon their return they will make their
home in a nicely furnished home at
723 Parker street.
The groom is one of North Scr.inton's
most popular young men-and for sev
eral years has been second lleuteant
In Company H, of the Thirteenth regi
ment. The bride Is one of Green
Ridge's most charming young women.
Teaching at tho Albin Korn Studio of
Music and Languages, 31G Washington
avenue, will be resumed on Wednes
day, Sept. 3rd.
SCRANTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
More Requests for Office Help.
The prospects are that the enrollment
on Sept 2d will bo large.
The following requests are on file:
One for lady stenographer; for lady
book-keeper; for young man stenogra
pher; for two young men book-keepers
in en to Pittsburg, expenses paid; for
young man to teach book-keeping in
Herman Schmaltz is in tho ofllco of
the Supt. of tho N. Y. S. and W. R. R.,
at Jersey City.
Tho fourth young man book-keeper
has gone to tho Wllllamsport Staple
All persons having pictures with F.
Santee, artist, 331 Adams avenue, will
please call for them before September
C, on account of removal.
During the summer season, the Erie
Railroad company will sell Sunday ex
cursion tickets to Maplowood nnd Lake
Ariol nt rate of one wav faro for round
trip from stations on Wyoming division.
Rate from Scranton to Maptowooci, r&
cents; to Lako Ariel, 75 cents.
Are now in greater
The fruit is very
fine and reasonable
iu price. Orders
should be placed im
mediately if you de
sire Delaware fruit.
E. G, Goursen.
PASSED OSCAR KIPP, OP ELM
Miss Edna Coleman, Hugh John
ston nnd Eddio Morris Moved Up
in Tho Trlbuno's Educational Con
test Thompson, Shepherd nnd
Dorsey All Added Points to Their
Totals Thompson Now Third In
Standing of Contestants
1. A. J. Kellormnn, Seranton.038
2. Charles Burns, Vandling. .507
3. Albert Preedman, Belle-
4. Oscar H. Kipp, Elmhurst. .342
5. Wm. T. S. Rodriguez,
0. Fred K. Gunster, Green
7. Herbert Thompson, Car
8. Maxwell Shepherd, Car
0. Wm. Sherwood, Harford. . 178
10. Chas. W. Dorsey, Scranton. 172
11. L. E. Stanton, Scranton. . . 135
12. Harry Madden, Scranton. . 05
13. J. A. Havenstrite, Mos
14. Hendrick Adams, Chin
15. Frank B. McCreary, Hall-
16. Miss Jane Mathewson,
17. Homer Kresge, Hyde Park 72
18. Miss Beatrice Harpur,
19. William Cooper, Priceburg 49
20. Lee Culver, Springville ... 30
21. Grant M. Decker, Hall-
22. Elmer Williams, Elmhurst. 32
23. Walter Hallstead, Scran
24. M 1 s s Edna Coleman,
25. Hugh Johnston, Forest
26. Fred Xibler, South Scran
27. Eddie Morris, South Scran
28. Miss Mary Yeager, Green
20. Harry Danvers, Provi
30. Louis Gere, Brooklyn-. ... 24
31. Louis McCusker, Park
32. C. J. Clark, Peckville 18
33. John Mackie, Providence . . 16
Seven contestants turned in points
yesterday in The Tribune's Educational
Contest, as follows:
Albert Freedman, Scranton, 24; Max
well Shepherd, Carbondale, 9; Herbert
Thompson, Carbondale, C; Eddie Mor
ris, Scranton, C; Miss Edna Coleman,
Scranton, 3; Hugh Johnston, Forest
City, 3; Charles Dorsey, Scranton, 1.
Albert Freedman, by his big spurt,
succeeded In taking third placo away
fiom Oscar II. Kipp, of Elmhurst, who
has turned in but live points this
month. Mr. Freedman leads Mr. Kipp
by two points tills morning.
Miss Edna Coleman, who was twenty-sixth,
passed Miss Mary Yeager and
Fred Kibler, and is now tied with
Hugh Johnston, for twenty-fourth
Hugh Johnston also passed tho same
two, and continues on equal terms with
Miss Coleman. This has now continued
for some time. When one scored a
certain number of points, tho other wus
also sure to do so.
Eddie Morris passed Louis McCusker,
Louis Gere, Harry Danvers and Miss
Mary Yeager, and is now tied with
Fred Kibler, also of South Scranton,
for twenty-sixth place.
LEADERS FOR AUGUST.
Folding Pocket Kodak, No. 1, A.
No. 2 Brownie Camera.
No. 1 Brownie Camera.
1. A. J. Kellermau 16S
2. William Sherwood 92
3. Herbert Thompson 6'J
4. Charles Hums Di
0. Hendrick Adams 51
0. Maxwell Shepherd 45
7. William T. S. Rodriguez 42
5. Miss Jane Mathewson 37
!). Harry Madden 37
10. Albert Freedman 31
STOLEN CAR WHEELS.
Recovered by Police and Thief Com
mitted to Jail.
About April 1 a lot of car wheels
and car boxes were stolen from tho
Lull's Head Coal company and dlJ.
pn?e(i of to 13. Levy, a Penn avenue
He claimed to have purchased tho
goods in good faith, and learned that
they had passed through several hands
beforo he bought them.
Yesterday Superintendent Day caused
the arrest of Mlko Zumloskl, of Cusick
avenuo and DIoom street, on tho charge
of having stolen tho wheels. Ho was
given a hearing beforo Magistrate
Howe, and committed to Jail In de
fault of $500 bull.
Lackawanna Railroad Excursion to
Niagara Palls and Toronto.
For evening trains on Aug. 29 and all
trains Aug. 30 and 31, special excur
sion tickets will bo sold to Niagara
Falls and Toronto, at rate of one-way
faro plus $1, Niagara Falls tlcketB to bo
limited for return to September 2 and
Toronto tickets to September 4, Inclu
sive, The rato from Scranton to
Niagara Falls and return will be $0.55.
FISHER'S HOUSE RAIDED.
Three Men and Six Women Caught in
Police Drag Not.
Lieutenant Fcency and squad raided
William Fisher's house, at 311 Raymond
court, early yesterday morning, und
arrested thrca men and six woman.
They were all arraigned In police court
yesterday morning and pffered all sorts
of excuses for their presence In the
house when tho pollco called.
Tho prisoners gave the following
names: William Fisher, Richard Brad
ley, Charles Scott, Carrie Johnson, Llz
kIo Augustus, Alice Rutlor, Alice Jones,
Lillian Sampson and Mary I'opo. Each
of them wcro lined $10, and nenrly nil
of them were committed, Hi default.
Gcrtia Phillips Confessed Taking n
Purse In Academy of Music She
Returned tho Money,
The two young women arrested In
tho Academy of Music Monday night
for tho larceny of n purse containing
$2.10, wore arraigned In pollco court
yesterday morning nnd gave their
names ns Gertie Phillips, of South
Ninth Btrcct, and Lllllc M. Jones, of
The Phillips girl acknowledged the
charge and was lined $10, the owner of
the purse not desiring to prosecute.
Tho Jones girl was discharged.
Another theft was reported nt tho
Academy tho same night, but no ar
rest was made. A purse containing $1)0
was taken from a woman's hand, and
the woman who took It was Intercepted
before leaving tho house nnd returned
tho purse, under threat of arrest.
SHORE DINNER AT LODORE.
Conductors Will Enjoy a Rhode
Island Banquet, August 27.
A great excursion will bo run by tho
Delaware and Hudson conductors on
Wednesday, Aug. 27 to Lako Lodore,
by the shores of which they will servo
a Rhode Island Shore Dinner, a repast
befitting gods and epicures. It will
consist of tons of chicken, sweet pota
toes, sweet corn, fish and clams, nil
covered with clover and long grass and
sod and cooked at the same time under
a great pyramid of burning wood. Peo
ple who once enjoy a real Shore Dinner
will walk miles to attend another.
Many attractions will be provided, In
cluding an elegant dance programme,
for the enjoyment of every one who
Excursion trains will be run from all
points of the D. & H, railroad, between
WIlkcs-Barre and Honesdale at greatly
reduced rates. Trains will leave tho
Lackawanna avenue depot. Scranton at
9.28 and 10.13 a. in. nnd 12.00 in. Fare
from Scranton 75 cents.
The Temple Iron company will pay
the above reward for information
that will lead to the arrest and con
viction of the person or persons who
shot and seriously injured two of its
employes at tho Edgerton colliery on
Monday night, August 18, 1002.
S. B. THORNE,
Cortez Key West Cigars,
In several sizes for box trade, at
We bought 300 dozen at less
than manufacturers' cost. You
get the benefit. Excellent
Corsets, well boned nnd stayed,
tiIpaItt- tvimmprl nnd nerf ect in
every way. Colors, grey and H
white. All sizes from 18 to 30
Regular 50c value,
and Lawn ,
The Largest aud most
artistic line ever shown
in the city.
121 Washington Avenue,
Gut This Out
On all sales of SI. 00 and over at
Of Shoes. Prices Reduced
Opposite Council Building,
134 Washington Avenue.
All street cars pass the door.
" The Title
Guaranty & Trust Co.
135 Washington Avenue,
Capital and Surplus,
Offers for sale 1st Mortgage 5 per
cent. Gold Bonds.
Pays 3 per cent, interest on deposits,
Acts as trustee. Insures title.
Xi. A. Watres, President,
P. I. Phillips, 3d Vice
President and Treasurer.
EXCUTIVE COMMITTEE .
Abraham Nesbitt, Thomas E. Jones,
Thos. H. Watkins, Wm. P. Hallstead,
1. A. Watres.
Are the .best in the world.
In VARNISHES we carry
Valentines and J
A Also a full line of Brushes 4
i Bittenbender & G t
t 126-128 Franklin Ave.
Why Is It?
All Good Grocery
That's easy enough,
because it is recognized
We only Wholesale it.
Mill & Grain Co.,
Fall Styles ,,
412 Spruce Street.
300 XacKawanna Avenue.