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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, SEF1EMBER 18, 1902.
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Coiinfy Savings Dank
and Trtisf Company,
506 Sprue Stmt.
In Sums of K ' wards
and payi per cent. In
L. A. WATItES, President.
0. B. JOHNSON, Vice-Pres.
A. H. CHBISTY, Cashier.
We V. IlalldtfiU,
K. V. Klnmtlmry.
O, H. Johnnon,
U. A. IValres.
KRANICH & BACH
Now that the music
lessons are beginning,
! That we sell pianos on
easy monthly pay
5 ments as well as for
Cash, and that we have
pianos for RENT.
N. A. Hulbert,
117 Wyoming Ave.
V "They Draw Well." '
0 Morris' Magnet Cigars
TJn best value for 5 con's.
Try ono and you will &moke no
All tho Wiling brands of Re.
clears at 91.75 pT box, or 0 for 25c.
The larpest variety of Pipes and
Tobaccos In town.
E. C. MORRIS,
The Cigar Sinn
325 Washington Avenue.
In and About
Petition in Bankruptcy.
I.elnn 1a. Hoper, of Covington, TIok-'i
county, yi.-.strriluy Wed a voluiitnry p:tl
tlnn In bankruptcy In tlm I'mtod Statr-x
illHtrlct court. IIIh llubilltk-s itr; $1,
4t.!US and Ills jimkcIh, J.'! I.".
Archie Adams Arrested.
Arnlilu Adams, who twapod from thu
county Jail about two moulliH ao anil
who wiih lutur recaptured, wan urrcsteil
VHterduy by Deputy Hlicrlff Miles AlcAn
ili(!W on tho cliurKo of lireuldiiK Jail and
wiih held under JiX) ball by Alderman
Kudcly. AilaniH Ih at pronent lllnlnhlnt;
out his sentence, at tint jail.
Was Looking for "Scabs."
An unknown I'ulander very iniich tho
woiho for lit iiifii wiih iiriikpiI In reck
b'HHly Hhootlnit off n rnvolvor nu Boulh
AViiHliluKtnu iivouiin lull- hiht nllil and
nniiouncliiBr IiIh dctormlnatloii to Hhont
ovcry "wciib" hn mcit when ho wiih takun
In ciiHtndy by 1'alrolnian Clnl.s llo.sn, I In
wan tnkon to tho central pollcu Htatlou In
tho patrol wugon.
Patrick McGoldrick Arrested.
TliomriH John, a deputy employed at
thn (.'ayiiBii mlnn yesterday canned tin;
nrrcHt of Patrlelc McOoldrlck, I'lmiKlus'
him with making tinea in. Tim two men
becamo oiiKiiKi'd in an altercation In
front of Jiihu'n bonne anil accnrdlnu; to
tho laltor, MeUoldrlek threatened to do
all manner of dlro thlnua to him. Me
Uoldrlek wan lined $ and cohIh by Miik
Ihtmtu FlUler hiKt nlKlit.
Weddings at Elm Park Parsonage.
Two n'l'ft weilillinjH were celebrated at
thu Klin J'arlt parhiiniiBn thlH week. On
Monday, Kimrun MiiHteiH, of Old KorKe,
mid Kiniusi Ablanulp wern Joined for life's
Journey by Uov. Ur. (lllllii. Thuy were
aeeompauii'il by Houin frieiulH. On Weil
jii'Hday, Sir. Alfred Trvi)rlhiin, of Vund
111 IK. nud MIhx MiiKKle, ilarrlH, of Parsonn,
wnio nulled In niurltiil bnndH. Air, Trn
varthan Ih u miner well-known In the hoc
tlon Whoio hu bat) IiIh resilience,
Well Attended Rehearsal.
Oua hundred and eighty HiiwcrH at
tended (he rchciirmil of tho (Jlunal m)
cloty eomliU'ted IiihI nlKlit In Mu.slc. hnll
by tlio leiuler, John T. Watklim. Tho
tlircii hoIcciIoiih wlileli me tu hu nmdered
ut (ho Hrooklyn elHteddfod on Thunkti
kIvIiik were roiiilered, Thoy urn im fol
luwiti, ,"Mnlo i'Iioi'iin, "Tlio HpriiiKtlino Ih
Coming," by lluek; mixed ehoriiH, i'lliif
old ilofniiKoi'," by II, W, J'arker, ami
fomalo cliuriis, "The HpanlHli ayiwy."
W. 0. T. U. at Dickson City.
"Mis, O. K. VhiikIiii, of Miikciiw, Huslstcd
by Mih. M A. Ilolvuy, of Went I'lUston,
oiKiinlzed u hiiiueh of thu Womaii'H
Cliilstiiin Temperance union at Dlcktuui
City on Tuesday night, Itev, John Until,
paHlor of (1m 1'rlinlllve MuthoilItU eliuieli,
Introduced the twu luillea to the Kallior
IliKi Aliout twenty memboiM wuro en.
rolled, Tho xlxtccnth annual county con
vention of tho Wnnmn'H ('lulHtlaii Tom.
perancti union will bo held In tho Meth
odist Hplsrnpal church ut Taylor nn
Thursday, Huptcmhur "".
Ba80 Ball on Saturday,
' Vl'lQ Bcranton uonil.tiroreshloiiitls wilt
Play tho Olypliaut Drowns on Huturday ut
.VIilotlo purk. Tho lutlor tcum will bo
utreiu.'t honed and tlio local boyn expect
to Im nuulo to hustle. The Moatioau
, team, which was fo bavo played last
Hrt tin day, has disbanded. Tho shootliiK
match between Arthur O. Monlos and
John C. Von IleiBun, Jr., which was post
poned front last Kuturdnv will alao bo
pulled orf, Churjes Bray, who twirled
tho ball for Scruuton lust week, will again
be b,i the box, ilo will probably accept a
place, on j tho Ilochcstvr Kustcrn leuoue
tvum next year.
CHOICE OF REPUBLICANS OF
Very Harmonious Convention Held
Yesterday Morning in the Central
Republican Club Rooms Attorney
R. JT. Bourke's Name Was Not
Presented to the Convention and
Attorney John B. Jordan Was
Nominated by Acclamation The
Attorney John B. Jordan, of Carbon
dale, was yesterday named by the re
publicans of the Twentieth .Senatorial
district as their candidate for Ktute
cenator. The convention was very hur
tnonlouK and most IjuhIiws like, It
was expected that Attorney It. J.
liourke, of this city would aleo be u
candidate for the nomination but his
close friend, Alderman J, T. Howe, in
formed the convention that Mr. Hourly,
in the Interest of harmony, hud decided
not to k before the convention anil
the alderman, said he therefore took a
Rood deal of pleasure in moving that
Mr. Jordan he nominated by ucclumn-
ATTORNEY JOHN H. JOHDAN.
tlon. The nomination of Mr. Jordan
was accompanied by a great display of
Prorn'ptlly at 10 o'clock 13. P. Kings
bury, chuirinan of the senatorial com
mittee, called the convention to order In
the Central Republican club rooms and
ayked to be relieved from further work
as chairman as Ills duties as foreman
of the grand Jury made it necessary for
him to return to that body at once.
On motion of William Dawson, Dr. J.
W, Hotiscr, of Taylor, was named as
chairman. J. N. Odder, of Oarbondale
and Attorney It, W. Hyiner, of Jermyn,
were selected for secretaries-. The chair
man named the following committees:
(.'i edentlals William Stevenson. Moosle;
Hon. C. P. O'Mallcy, Seranton; S. II.
Master. Oarbondale; James lOdwardi",
Seranton; James Strong, Winton.
Resolutions K. 1J, Jenkins, Seranton;
David Jones, Oarbondale; Joseph Moore,
Miners Mills; H. Yv". Taylor, Ulakely;
Otto Schrlufer. Seranton; J. D. Davis,
Avoca; V. J. Urokenshlre, Carbondale.
The credentials In the meantime linil
been received and the roll prepared
showed that very few contests had been
instituted. On motion of Alderman
John T. Howe, all contestants and those
contested were grunted one half a vote
Nominations for state senator were
declared In order and V. A. Stanton
named John 11, Jordan, a candidate
who, he said, is sure to win. "He Is one
of tlio strongest young men In the dis
trict," continued Mr. Stanton, " a young
man who bus won an enviable position
nt the I.ackawiip.iia bur by his own
Alderman Howe was then recognised
by the chair and after paying a most
eloquent tribute to the worth, manli
ness and patriotism of It. J. Ilourko,
said that in the Interest of harmony his
mime would not be presented to the con
vention. "Mr. liourke's career will not end with
this convention," said the alderman.
"You will hear from him again nnd you
will live to do him honor for none
deserves It more. He is a Republican
of Republicans from the crown, of his
head to thu solo of his feet."
Hon, O. P. O'Malley seconded tlio
nomination of Mr. Jordan and In doing
so paid high tribute to the worth of thu
man who lie said will bo tho next sen
ator from this district and a worthy
successor of the lamented Hon. J. (!,
Vuughnn. The speeches were warmly
applauded and ut their conclusion Mr, i
Jordan's nomination was made by ac
clamation. A cnnnnltlce consisting of Hon, C. P.
O'Mulley uiul Alderman John T. Howe
was uppolnted to bring the cuudl
dutc before the convention and while
tlio convention wus waiting 10. D.
Jenkins read the report of the committee
on rcsoiutiops which worn adopted us
reported. The resolutions follow;
We, tho representatives of, tlio Republi
can party of thn Twentieth senatorial ills,
trlct, In convention assembled, again ex
press our unswerving allegiance to tho
(lino honored principles of thu Republi
can party, us set forth in the last na
tional mid stutu platforms; and plcdi-'o
our united support to thu candjdates
nominated at state, ciiuity uud legisla
tive conventions, uud to thu person mini
Inuted hero today,
Wo doploro the death of our grot chief
tain, William McKluluy, mid prnlso his
luiiKnlllceut udininlstrutlnu of national af
fairs so successfully continued by his Il
lustrious successor, Tliendolo Uoo.sovelt.
The Hpleudld policies Inaugurated mid
continued by their udmlnlstrutlnns huva
been carried on with wisdom, and fidelity
to nil thu American people,
Relieving that thu perpetuity of Repub
lican Institutions depends upon tho pur
ity of thu ballot wo earnestly recom
mend tho passage by (he legislature of u
uniform ballot luw-by which tho primary
olectlous of nil parties may hu held on
thu sumo day mid ut thu name hour
Catarrh, Colds, nnd Headaches can be
Relieved in 10 Minutes nnd Cured.
Dr, Agnew's Catarrhal Powder Is a
"I had Catarrh for 1 ycur." "I had Ca
tarrh for 3 years." "I had Cutnvrh for ft
yours." "I had Catarrh for 20 years."
"I hud Catarrh for 50 years" and Dr. Ag
now's Catarrhal Powdor cured mo. Theso
mo sentences from tho volumes uud vol
umes of testimony for this great catarrh
cure, not mythlcul patients, but words
from men and women all over tho conti
nent who bavo been cured. It relieves
Colds and llcudachc, duo to Cutarrh, in
10 minutes. f
Dr. Arnew's Ointment cures all skin eruption. 35c.
Sold by Win. O. Cluvk and II, C. San-,
instructor in Voice Culture and Singing,
Harmony, Counterpoint and Musi
BIGHT SINGING CLASS FOR ADULTS-Every Monday evening at S
o'clock. Tuition, Jl'J ner year.
PREPARATORY CLASS, FOR CHILDREN, who intend later to study the
piano. Every Monday aftcrnooon nt 4 o'clock. Tuition, 110 per year.
SATURDAY MORNING SINGING BCHOOL-For children 7 to It years of
ago. Every Saturday morning ut 10 o'clock. Tuition. 5 per year.
Private leiffons also given. Voices tested free of charge.
PPP1LB ENROLLED AT ANY TIME Studio hours. 9 a. m. to 9 p. in.
Studio address, 217 Carter building, second floor, 001 Linden street, Seranton.
throughout tho commonwealth under such
legal regulations as idiatl best secure the
participation of all our citizens In the
selection of public officials.
We declare the present senatorial and
leglelutlve apportionment to be unjust
and unfair to this locality, and we re
quest and urge the prompt passage of a
more fair bill by our next legislature.
Relieving that the piosperlty of our
people depends upon the harmonious rela
tions of capital and labor, we urge a
speedy adjustment of the differences now
existing In the anthracite regions, so that
capital may be profitably employed, and
labor receive a fair shurc of the country's
We commend the Hon. William Cou
ncil for his faithful and efficient ser
vice;? and support of the policies of Me
Klnley and Rooevelt In behalf of the
We deeply regret the untimely death of
this dlstilct's former representative, Hon
James C. Vaughun: we commend his
faithful. Judicious, wise and patriotic ad
ministration of affairs ns thu represen
tative of this district, and hope the nom
inee of this convention will n wisely and
faithfully represent the people of this
Candidate Jordan was Introduced to
the convention by Alderman Howe and
after thanking the delegates for the
nomination said he would use his best
energies to secure his election and after
wards to perform Ills duties In a way
that will meet the approval of the peo
ple of the Twentieth district.
In response to calls for Bourke the
latter came before the convention und
after congratulating the nominee said
he will do what he can to secure the
election of Mr. Jordan. Last night Mr.
Hourke asked the Tiibune to say for
him most emphatically that he did not
use the language last night's Times
quotes him with uttering.
Candidate Jordan was born in Oly
phant, April 13, 1870, and his early edu
cation was obtained In tho public
schools. He worked In tho breaker and
mines until 1SST when he moved to this
city with Ills parents. He entered
Wood's Business college and was grad
uated from it in 1S90 when he entered
college at Worcester, Mass.
After being graduated fr6m that insti
tution he entered the law department
of the University of Pennsylvania and
since lie was graduated there he has
been in active practice at the Lacka
wanna bar achieving a commanding
position among its members. Mr.
Jordan possesses a well trained as well
as a well stored and disciplined mind
and he will make a very elllcient mem
ber of the senate.
Interesting Session at Plttston.
Candidates Examined for Admis
sion Dr. Lansing's Address.
Snaclal to tho Sciantnn Tribune.
Plttston, Sept. 17. The Lackawanna
Presbytery has been In session here
allien last Monday night, and will con
tinue its deliberations tomorrow. Yes
terday morning was devoted to tho ap
pointment of committees and the roll
call. In the afternoon, Fred N. Jts
sup, son of a Syrian missionary, nud
If. J. Smith were examined for admis
sion. Tho former was licensed to
preach, and the latter, being an or
dained minister, was received into the
Presbytery. Rev. W. I. Steans, who
has been in tlio Presbytery at North
umbcrlund, wus received buck Into the
Luckawunna Presbytery. It wus re
ported that the unnual convention of
the Presbytery, or retreat, would be
held this veur at Lake Carey, Oct. G
to 9, and thn Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman,
D. D would be present ut that time
to speak. At his request, tho pastoral
relations between Itev. A. M. Hlgglns
and the churches at Bethel and Newton,
Dr, Lansing, of Seranton, addressed
the meeting last night on tho subject,
"The Church and Civic Righteousness,"
At this morning's session, tho commit
tee on work among thn foreign-speaking
people iiiadn Its report. Tho work
among the Italians was discussed and
Mr. Miliums!, a local Italian missionary,
made un udilrei-s. Rev. W. II. Swift,
of Ilonnsdule, presented the report of
the committee on synodlcul sustenta
tlon, and the work of tho past yenr wus
thoroughly gone over. Among the ro
comnieudntloiis made by tho committee
wus t ho choice of Uov. Charles Lee, of
Cnrhondalo, ns the rep.csentntlvo of
thn Presbytery on tho synodlcul com
mittee on sustentution, and (he elec
tion of lies'. Dr. Brooks, of Wilkes
Hum, us the Presbyterlul missionary
for a term of three yenrs, three months
ami thirteen days. The term Is usually
one or three years, but tho additional
months are added this time In order to
muku tho term nlwuys expire on tho
tlrst of January, whereas, at present, It
expires at the time of election of a new
all other lovers of art that our rail Importation of highest
grade of Turkish and Persian Silk and Woolen Rugs are
ready for Inspection,
Special Offering 1 Pe" 0ur fa TraUe we
upo.u, v.,vMi.y have put on safe j
a lot of Persian and Turkish Rugs to go at, each U.UU
One-Half of Their Value.
MICHAELIAN BROS. & CO.
missionary. It was stated that $1,800
of the J2.300 which the synod expects
from this PreBbytery has been raised
CANVASS FOR FUNDS
IS VERY ACTIVE
Additions to the Y. SI. C. A. Build
ing Fund Yesterday Amounted to
$1,900 Meeting Friday Night.
As a result of the decision reached
at last Friday evening's meeting of the
trustees and directors of the Young
Men's Christian association to secure
the funds needed for the equipment of
the building before ordering any fur
nishings, considerable activity has been
manifested in the canvass for the com
pletion of the furnishing fund. In ad
dition to the amounts previously an
nounced, yesterday's activities added
$1,500 to the fund. Enough has been al
ready secured to warrant the letting of
the contract for the decoration of the
auditorium, rotunda and other principal
rooms In the building. This contract
has been given to the Nicola D'Ascenzo
company, of Philadelphia, a firm known
all through the east for Its high grade
work In mural decorations.
The $1,900 secured yesterday goes a
long way toward the purchase of the
electric light MxtureB, for which bids
have been submitted, the lowest be
ing that of the Oxley-Enos Manufac
turing company, of New York. This is
the company which fitted the Waldorf
Astoria, and which has made a spe
cialty of lighting fixtures for public
buildings. Specially designed fixtures
will be placed In the auditorium, ro
tunda and all public rooms of the build
ing. The canvass will be vigorously push
ed between now and Friday evening
of this week, at which time the trus
tees and directors will hold another
meeting at the Seranton club, where
they will be entertained as the guests
of E. L. Fuller.
Considering the conditions now exist
ing In the city the management of the
association consider It to be a striking
illustration of the popular esteem in.
which the association is held, thut of all
the men who have been approached
within the last few days only one man-
lias refused to make a subscription,
while many subscribers to the original
building fund have doubled or largely
added to their first gift.
It Is the strong hope of the directors
that at Friday evening's meeting It will
be possible to report the entire amount
pledged, so that every pending contract
may be at once closed and the building
completed as rapidly as earnest push
ing can bring to pass this most de
M. T. TUTHILL HONORED.
Chosen National Representative of
Jr. O. V. A. M.
At yesterday's state convention of the
Junior Order of United American Me
chanics, held in Pittsburg, M. T. Tut
lilll, of Dunmore, was elected national
representative for the middle district
Mr. Tuthlll has been for many years
one of the most ardent members of tho
order In this part of the stute nnd was
lurgely instrumental In securing tho
stute convention for this city three
years ngo. Ho is a member of Dun
more council, No. 1022.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
C. D. Sanderson Purchases a Property
on Quincy Avenue.
The old Slvelly Reed property, In tho
300 block on Quincy avenue, was pur
chased yesterday by C. D. Sanderson
from Mrs, Ella Strohecker, who hus
taken possession of the Luce property
In the S00 block on Mulberry street.
John Oalpln, who wus recently wed
ded, has purchased the Edward Ives
property on Jefferson uvenue and will
soon take possession.
ROBBERY ON PENN AVENUE.
McKenna's Hotel Entered and a Box
of Pennies Stolen.
An entrance was effected into Stephen
McKenna's hotel, at 2-15 Pcnn uvenue,
curly Wednesday morning and a box
full of pennies tuken from a drawer
behind tho bar.
Entrance wus nitido by breaking open
u door In the rear of the place, This
Is the second time the place has been
entered within three months.
Supposed to Be a Deserter.
Nicholas Ovormlan wus un-eMed last
night in South Seranton by Patrolman
Webber for intoxication. Ho Is bolloved
to bo a deserter from tho United States
Display of Oriental Rugs
to inform our customers and
BLAZE WAS PROBABLY OF IN
The Taylor Coal Company's Washery
in the Third Ward Burned to the
Ground by Fire Which Started
Just Before Midnight Watchman
Klnehan Had Chased a Party of
Young Men Away from Premises
Twice Loss Is Estimated to Be
A small washery owned by the Taylor
Coal company and located on the Ab
lngton turnpike near the city line was
totally destroyed by a Are which broke
out last night shortly after 11.30 o'clock.
There seems to be no question but that
the blaze wus of Incendlury origin.
The washery wus about 24x40 feet In
size und had a capacity of twenty tons
a day. It has been In operation for
several weeks employing six men.
Last night the watchman, John Klne
han, snw four or five young men loiter
ing about the place and ordered them
away. They came around again later
on at night and were again chased
away by Klnehan shortly after 11
The latter had occasion to visit the
office a little later and when he came
out he noticed a small blaze at the far
end of the washery. There was no lire
or anything which could have caused
a blaze in that vicinity and Kinehun
became convinced at once that the place
hud been deliberately set on lire by 'the
fellows ho had chased away.
If there had been any water nearby
he might have succeeded in extinguish
ing the blaze himself, but there was
not and he found himself unable to
cope with the situation and requested
several of the crowd which bad gath
ered to send in an alarm from box is
at the corner of AVest Market und
Winona streets, but they one und ull
refused point blank to do any such
He was finally obliged to go himself.
When the companies did arrive prac
tically the whole washery was destroy
ed, and as there are no hydrants in the
vicinity it was found Impossible to ex
tinguish the Haines.
The loss is estimated ut $7,000. The
president of the Taylor Coal company
is P. Mulherin nnd M. M. Williams is
the secretary and treasurer.
This Is the third washery in this re
gion which has been burned since the
Inauugratlon of the strike. The other
two were the Capouse and Bellevuc,
both of which were burned during the
first week In August. Before the strike
a washery had never been burned.
BOARD OF PARDONS.
Case of Joseph Keller of Lackawanna
County Held Under Advisement.
By KxcliiMtc Wire from The Associated Press.
Hnrrlsburg Sept. 17. The board of
pardons today recommended a pardon
for Delia Welsh, Allegheny, common
Pardons were refused James Artz,
Lawrence, arson; Wlliam Fox, Fayette,
arson; Charles A. Thomas, Clarion,
burglary; Willam Meyers, Allegheny,
burglary; James Campbell. Dauphin,
assault nnd battery and John Coslltt,
The cases of George Summers, Mon
tour, voluntary manslaughter; James
It. Grlner, Luzerne, manslaughter; A.
L. Wlckert, Bradford, forgery and
Joseph Keller, Lackawanna, man
slaughter, were held under advisement.
A rehearing was granted In tho case
of Elizabeth Natcher, Allegheny, lar
They Pay the User.
If you wish a half-tone or line cut,
let the Seranton Tribune muke It for
you. Our equipment for this work Is
complete and up-to-dutc. We have
facilities for doing the finest sort of
work at lowest prices nnd what's more,
we do it. A trial order will convince
Lieutenant Feeney and squad made a
raid on Lottlo Smith's placo at 4ir Ox
ford court at midnight and arrested four
men and three women.
Special 10 day trips to this delight
ful Ocean Resort leave Sept. 13 and
27, by Quebec S. S. Co.'s Mail Steam
ships CfeyfVl Motel ant all fc VI l
Pfr Expenses Included p4r
THOS. COOK & SON.
201 & 1185 Broadway, New York.
The temperature at the AGNEW,
On the Beach, In Clislsea, Atlantic Cltr,
Tuesday was so0.
Every appointment of a modern Hotel,
Kentucky Avenue, Firtt Hotel from Ilcach, At
Untie City, N, J,; (10 Ocean view roonu; u
piclty lOOj write lor special ulci. J. U. JcnU
BEAUTIFUL LAKE WESAUKINQ
On a spur ot the Alleghany Mountains, t.ch.'gli
Valley railroad near Tawamla. Hathlnir, flshlns,
iporU, etc, Excellent table, Itoa-ionalile r.itei.
LAKE WESAUKINO HOTEL
P. O., Aiiei, I'a, Send for booklet,
O. K. II.MIItlS.
-f-K4- -H--M r 4"fT-H-fT-T4
of Music and Art
X Thursday, September 18th t
T registration day. Private and t
X class lessons. Carter Building,
x 604 Linden Street. f
if i . 4-f
On Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday Next, We
Will Hake Our
First Fall Display
Of advance .styles in Dress
Goods, Silks, Cloaks, Tail
ored Suits, Walking Skirts,
Silk Gowns, Waists, etc., etc.
Every item shown will be
of this season's production,
and the exhibition ought to
prove one of the most inter
esting and novel fashion
events that has ever taken
place in this city.
You are cordially invited to
be present on any of the
dates named above.
! ficConnell & Co.
The Satisfactory Store.
& Por Dry Goods and Cloaks. x
M ,y ,
If you like Green Valley Rye,
the velvety whiskey, the price is
one-twenty-five for a full quart
Should you try it and not like
it, the cost is nothing.
Fair proposition, don't you,
JT V 'MIES DEPARTMENT -"fJfk
Vayli. 1.AI-KAWAMNA AVE -SCR AHT0N
signs in wall papers and wall decoration. Among
the many new things are two varieties known
as the Personage and Verdure. The first in
cludes all those showing human figures, while
the second consists of the verdure of forests.
Owing to the nature of their design the verdure
tapestries are by far the most suitable for gen
eral wall decoration as the same figure may be
repeated indefinitely without any real effect of
repetition. In fact the eye only sees the masses
of foliage that are natural' in an extended park
or forest. A magnificent Verdure Frieze accom
panies this design, and. altogether it forms dn.
unsurpassed treatment for library, hall or, dining
room. The Personage varieties are of French
origin and form exceedingly beautiful coverings
for the nursery and bed room.
Williams & McAnalty
Distributors of Honest Values
in Homo Furnishings
129 Wyoming Avenue. ,
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Ehret's Slag Roofing
GUARANTEE) 13 YEARS,
J WARREN-EHRET COMPANY, :
Q21 WASHINGTON AVE.
400-402 Lackawanna Avs.
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