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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SAT VHDA tf, NOVEMBER 29, 1902.
''Tho Wild Hose."
'A combination of oporn, farco and bp
fclaltleii Is "Tho "Wllil Rose" which was
Islven nt tho Lyceum last nlfflil. Hnrry
J. Smith and GporRo V. llobiirt wroto tho
beok anil I-Uilwlg Englander Is rcsponsl
bio for tho merry music that la strewn nil
along tho pathway of tho opera. En
Klnmler has not striven to write nuinlo
that a symphony orcheatia woulil Just
nclio to my with. Ho brought it light
clown to tho miiltltutlo and then throw In
ii few whlsttenblo trifles to show that ho
Is a uood fellow and Is with tho nforo
t,alrt multtludc. Itlch In encores lont
nlftlit wero theso creatures of HtifTifl""
or'st fnncy. They had to bo tepcated
npaln and again.
"Tho Wild Hofo" does not Induce brain
fag. It Is llsht, airy and graceful and
in entertainment that entcrtnlns. Udwln
Knv, one of tho drollest of low com
icdlans, it cast for tho rolo of a travel
Ing hypnotist which enables him to do
pretty much as ho pleases In tho way of
Introducing laugh provoking ntunls. Ho
was a pretty big factor In last night's
nhov. Albert Hart, ho of the deeo ban
tonu volco anil Vo Wolf Hopper man
ner, wan a gypsy Lotlmrlo nnd his sink
ing poweis wore rntenslvoly used.
I'earl lenders Is a otlte and chnunltiR
young woman with n volco hardly suited
for annul prima tlonna work. She was
cast for the Wild Hose. Koso Ueaumont
liad a Jlnttering sueceis In the rolo of
Vera Von 1ihn and other clover mem
bers of the company wero Junto MeCree,
I.nuls KIIho and Carrie K. IVlklus. The
rliorun was largo and innde up of tin'
A very large audience saw lasl.nlgHi':
performance. Brugnlu Matinee Today.
Joseph Arthur's big foenlo lnelodruniu,
"I.nM IJlver," had n tremendously suc
cessful run of six montlH In Now York
city and proved to be a more thrilling
nnd successful play than "Blue Jeans."
which nli-o dealt with Indiana life. Tho
exquisite .'ccnfr.v of Lost Itlver valley Is
pletorlnlly reproduced. Tho Baden toll
Kiitc, with Its esci'ltlng ride of three thor
iitlghbrrds, the bicycle race lor life, and
tbf othr ueroMorles make a spectacu
lar ptoiluctlon of the highest merit,
while the oddly rontr.isted HooMor- ehnr-ncter.-.
with their keen humor, uncouth
ways, odd cotumox a'nd singularly
iiiiiltit p.ilhos In the moie sentimental
heencs of the play, pro a soureo of end-le-i
merriment and Interest. The tranil
t Inn fiotn pathiM to side-splitting comedy
l skilfully and quietly worked, and often
'ie change comes .so abruptly as to cause
uproarious merriment to the auditors.
"I.nM Itlver" will be at the Lyceum at
a special lnrgaln matinee this .'ternoon.
and again tonight. Matinee prices, :5c
and We; children, l.'o to any part of tho
Another Fiohmau Comedy.
It should be uf particular Interest to
theater-goers that Onirics Vrnhman
brings bis gientest comedy Miecooh In
years, "The Two School'-," to the Ly
ceum theaUr next Monday evening. It
has tilled tho Madison Square theater fur
nearly three months with Now York's
fashionable and smart sets', and Its
drawing qualities at the close of 1M run
would have entitled it to a prolonged
reason, but It bad to make -nay for tho
attraction succeeding It, which had been
booked In tho spring.
Jameson Lee Finney, Tda Conquest. 51.
A. Kennedv. Wlnehell Smith, Jessie T?us
ley, Ida Waterman and Beatrice Mor
gan have all scored notable successes In
their roles as principals, and as they will
bo seen In tho production here, a merry
event may bo looked forward to. Tho
storv treats of the troubles of a young
married couple, who quarrel and ron
Unuo quarreling until the wholo matter
ends in n. divorce. Then, after various
laughable experiences, each concludes
that a mistake has been made, nnd that
the other is not so bad after all. In tho
end, they renew their pledges as lovers,
a r( marriage takes place, and they set
off on a second honeymoon, accompanied
by the best wishes and tho friendly
chaff of their acquaintances. Seats on
"The Chaperons"' Coming-.
One of tho delightful treats of tho sea
ron will occur at tho Lyceum Wednesday
night when Frank L. Perley's great
company of slngeis ant comedians will
present the operatic comedy hit, "Tho
Chaperons," in this elt'y. On Its produc
tion last season, it met with Immediate
Buccess and made a tour of ten months,
which ended with a ten weeks' run on
Broadway, at tho New Tori: theater.
Tho production In its entirety will be
brought here, anil the same rreat cast
will Interpret its fun and music as ap
peared during the metropolitan engage
ment. "Tho Chaperons" was noted last
year for the beauty and vocal ability of
Its chorus, and It Is said that those who
sen it tills season will not be disap
pointed in either of these respects. Dia
gram opens Monday at ft a. m.
"The Great Devereaux Case."
At tho Academy of Music today, John
A. Hlmmnloln's "Ideals" will close tho
most successful wcck' engagement of
tho season, not only trom tho box ofiloe,
but the dramatic standpoint, wllh tho
presentation this afternoon of "Tho
Oreat Iicvcreaus Case" and tonight of
"A Child of tho Slums.-
"The Game Keeper."
When "Tho Oamekeuper" was pro
duced tun yeois ago In New York, tho
entire corps of critics agreed In pro
nouncing tho plav one of absorbing in
terest. Its author. Con T. Murphy, has
written about all tho successful Irish
plays, such ns "The Ivy Leaf," "Tho
Farlos' Well," "Klllarnoy," and hero
romes "Tho fJamekeeper," his latest suc
cess. All types of society nro portrayed
In this play high nnd low, ilch and
poor and tho action carries the person
ages through fomo of tho most ple
turosquu scenes for which Ireland Is
famous All tbentorgoers who revel In
stirring situations anil Intensely dramatic
episode-, will appreciate "The liame
keeper," which will bo nt the Academy of
Muslo for the llr.st threo days of next
week, starting with ft special Monday
matinee. Mutlneo prices 10c, l.o nnd 23c.
Children, l."o to any part of the house.
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Edward 13. nice ban ulmoat all tho de
tails nrranged to Htiir Neaton Lonnnn and
Corrona Mcanlo in a dramatization of
' Jlentrlce Harraden't) novel, "Ships That
PubH In tho Night "
WJion Amelia Iilnghuiu went to Clyde
Fitch for her first play It Is hald that tho
latter dumped six completed munuscripta
Into her l.ip and rend throo of them bj.
fore- Bhe ucccpteil "Tho Cllmbera."
Georgo II. 1'rlmro.se. tho woll-hnown
minstrel, recently eelouruted Ills fiftieth
birthday In St. Louts, a huwiuct being
tendorcd tho Pilmroso and Doelsstadcr
company by his wife.
Otis Skinner, Mrs. Lo Moyne nnd Julia
Marlowe may bo nbsoclated next Hprtng,
niter tho closm of tho recular Heanou, In
n revival of itobert Urownlne'a "A Ulot
en the 'Scutcheon,"
Wall Street Keview.
New York, Nov.IS. I'riCR of .stocks
clofod today coiiHldcrably higher than on
W'cdnoMluy, In spito of some rather un
fiivniiiblo developments and tho continu
ance of stomo apprehension over the
monetary condition!!. Tho advances wero
attributed to pome extent to thu demand
from tho sort Interest to rovci. Induce
ments to do this was offered by tho bid
ding tip of prleea by an element amongbt
tho traders which set out to make a
campaign against the bears. Today's
trading, nevertheless, was dull, as shown
by tho total transaction!-, which did not
e.xeend half a million shares. The most
notabln demonstration of the day was In
Louisville and Nashvlllo which was lifted
nearly 7 points, carrying with It Southern
lUtlwny and Illinois Centuil in uympnthy.
Tho movement was unexplained except on
tho ground of compntisons contained in
a recent circular of tho Investment value
of Louisville as compared with other divi
dend paying stocks. Tho movement in
Sugar contained all the ear-marks of a
campaign against tho shortH and tho urg
ent demund at tho last carried tho pi ice
up over ." points. Another center of ac
tivity was In tho local tractions. Brook
lyn Transit at this time load tho ad
vance. Manhattan was very active but
lluctuated narrowly and showed the ef
fects of realizing. Humors wero again
circulated of a combination of all tho
local transit facilities nnd a share in their
control in tho interest of Pennsylvania
and New Tork Central. Thu strength of
St. Paul was due to tha expectation that
tho directors would act on the authority
to issue new stock at today's meeting. Tho
stock ran oft on tho adjournment of tho
meeting without action. Theso various
centers of strength helped the. general
advance in the market, which reached a
point or more in a long list of stocks.
Tho market receded when the call money
rate advanced to i! per cent. In the lati
dealings, but rallied again nnd closed
alcady under tho iniluenco of a spurt In
Sugar. Total sales, today, C11.10 shares.
Hands were dull and incKUlnr. Total
sales, par value, I.ll..ono. United States
"s regular declined ,J per cent, on the Inst
Tho following quotations are furnished
The Tilbuno bv Haivht & Freese Co., ::ll
315 Me.ws Ilulldiug. V. D. Ilunyon, man
Amal. Copper ",i't " Ki'i W",
Am. C. K Str-i ;;i ,",1S ,",TS
Am. Cot. Oil IV t -tV4 J.-.V, -iVi
Am. Locomotive .... fOT, IN 'Ji 'JS
Am. Loco. IV ilia; ?i itl-( 1",
Am. s. fc n. Co .... :7!i "sJi :mt, ss"i
American Sugar ....Ibilj J'Jl'i 110 'll-'l'i
Atchison fi2 .! Mi S.I
Atchison. Pr rS fii; !i7"i iiv".;
Halt. & Ohio M MU 1(7 iVi,
Hrook. n. T t'.l; rk.it i ('.,
Canadian Pacific ....V:"k ICsn, :71 KS.
Clies. & Ohio I.V -ttP3 ).'; M
Chic. & O. W L-i's Wi 'J.VH '-Si
C, M & St. P lTr-j KS-i8 I7rii J77i
Col. Pue ,t Iron ... SS SS M NS
coi. ts south., Slip r. n t. -n n
Den. & It. G Pr.... .SMI ssi .Wi W,
Dttruit Southern .... IT'i 1W- iVA I"Vi
Hrio ::K ai'5 tcHi :il
Kri't, 1st Pr Ci'hj i;t6i fii-i oir-H
Krle. irt Pr I." 4", K 4.',
Hocking Valloy OR '.is Piv, ?7
Illinois Central 14tVj lloi 111"! HPi
Iowa Central :9 S!'- "fi ffl
Louis, ft Ntush 121 m 1U 1L"J
Manhnttnu '...IW'i l.ViTj i:a U,ii"J
Met. at. Ry ,....1S0 HO'i 1.13 lliiV,
MoMcan Central .... 3i W. :i L'JI
Mo., K. ,t Tr.x ir,i aM LTiH 2."I
Mo., K. T Pr.,.. W; rcti wi ml
Mo Piicltlc K;'(, IOih 10i5 IWitJ
N. V. Central 15li 1.-474 Ul i:
Norfolk & West .... 70 70 t'OTi 7UU
out. & west eovs, -.'nSi cnu -.'ju
Penna. n It 1S7 1T? i;m 1S7,5
Peopia's o.is 10,1'f, iiwv jiwi ioor
Prosed Steel Car ... :,'.i ill CMi mi
Iteadltig roVi i'.H W,& fiuVj
lU-udlug. 1st Pr .... M'h M' Kt RtK
neiullnir, Sil Pr 7.V(, 7:H 7VJ 7r,'5
llepubllo Steel 1S 1!' lKTi Kit;
Heptlbllc Steel. Pr... 4'i 4V1 IV,', 41H
Southern Pncltio .... r,j", in$i oii ft;J
Southern it, it :tiJ ru'i am ::2T
Southurn H. It.. Pr.. !W, !'.l Wi 01
Tenn. Coal & Iron... Mi'i MH Ml 67V1
Texas .- Paclllo .... II Wi tl 4:',
I'ulou Paclllo tiii'i lOOi; !l Mi)
I'nlon Pnclllc, Pr.... .U , !HI !U OPl
I', S. Lonther i:'; U'4 123H V'K
V. s. I-p.-ither, Pr... iWt ss'4 ssii ss'S
It. S, Sli'Cl 35 :tfS MlJ ?H'4
IT. H. Stool, Pr .,.,.. WVi SS Kh Kl
AVulMhU J,, 2) 294. " 29i,(.
Wabash, Pr 4ivt -tiVj 4.1'i 4V.J
Western Union , K.SV, MH S7H mT
Wheel. & L. B !3J l'3Ti Wi Zi'l
CHICAGO OltAIN ft PIIOVIHION.
WHIIAT Oikmi- High. Low, Closo.
noccinber ........ 74 7r 7t; mi
Muy T0?S 77',i 7iVS 70
Pceember r.fJi w;
May K 4Ts
December :ti". Sl-'i 31Ki
May sn- V& S2'i-
NEW YORK COTTON XIARKET.
Open. High. Low. Close.
January S..11 S.:r, .S..12 S.3I
March .s.L'it S 23 f..2ii S.2S
May S..:il S.Jl $,.23 S2'J
G Oriental Rugs
XW.W, Ml.m, &13.UU
Are Worth One-Third More. 1 00 to Select Prom.
MIGHAELIAN BROS, & GO.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Duiry Co.. Pr.... CO
County Sav. Bank & Trost Co 200
First Nat. Bank (C.irbomiale). ... E00
Third Uutlonal Dank 550
Dime Dcp. it DIs. Bank SCO
Kconomy L., H. & P. Co 45
FhBt National Bank 130a
Lack. Trust & Saft) Dcd. Co . 193
Clark & Snover Co., Pr 1:3
Scranton Savings Bank EflO
Traders' National Bank 223
Scianton Bolt & Nut Co 12
Pcople'B Bank 133
Scranton Packing Co 33
Scranton Passenger Railway,
first mortgage, duo 1U2U 113 ...
Pcoplo'n Street Railway, mst
mortgage, due 101S 115 ...
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, duo 1921 115
Scianton Trac. Co., C per cent. 115
Kconomy I... II. i: P. Co 97
N. Jersey & Pocono Ico Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 103
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. G. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave,)
Butter Fresh creamery, Mo.; fresh
lCggs Nearby, 30c.; storage, 22e.
Mai row Beans Per bushel, 12.S3.
Onions Per bushel, TJaOOc.
Potatoes Goc. per bushel
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York, Nov. 2S. Flour Fairly act
ive and steady. Wheat Spot market
easy; No. 2 red, 79'ic. elevator; No. 2 red,
77V.c. 1". o. b. ufloat: No. 1 northern Du
blin, SS'-iC f. o. h. alloat", options opened
steady at once, advanced. Tho closo wns
weak at Uac. not loss. May closed 80c;
December, M'io. Corn Spot stonily: No.
2. liSVisC. elovator, and i2bc. aollat; No. 2
yellow, fi7c; No, 2 nhlte, U7c; optlmib ad
anced nt llr.st; but eased off, closing not
unchanged; January closed Eiu.j May,
ISc.; July, 4i'iTie.: December, TOTiC Oats
Spot steady: No. 2 ,3iic; slandaul white.
2iic; No. 1, 3o'jc.; No. 2 white, 3Sc; No, i
white, ."IKc; Hack mixed westmn, nom
inal; white, :i7nl2c; options slow nnd
easier with corn; December, ST'te. Butter
Firm: extra cieamery. 2?e.; fnctory, ICa
ISc: creamery, common to cholco, 20a
27'ic; Imitation creamery. 17a2lo.; stale
dairy. 20.i2fic: lenovated, 17Va"lc. Chees-e
Firm; new state full cream, fancy small
colored, 2jai:;c; new, 120., small while,
old, 12v(al3c; new. 12Vic; largo colored,
old, 13c; new. 12'ie,; largo thlto, old.
13c: new, lliliu. Bkks Steady: state anJ
Pennsylvania, average best, L'!ii2e'4e.j re
frlgi'rated. lsn'.'lo.: western, fanev graded,
2ija27c; weaturn, poor to prime, 21a23c.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Philadelphia, Nov. 2S. Wheat Uc. low
cr; contract grado, Novembor. 7tin7CUc,
Corn Dull and lower; old No. 2 in ox
port elevatois, liiVjc. Oats Quiet but
steady; No, 2 white clipped, 37!c But
terSteady: fair demand; fresh nearby,
20c, loss off: do. western, 2Sc. do. do,;
do, southwestern, 2iii27e.; do. du, south
ern, 23c Cheese Unchanged, Jteiined
Sugars Finn but quiet. Cotton Steady
but quiet. Tallow Steady; city prima In
tierces, illnGc.; country, pi into in bar
rels, CaG'.io.; do. dark In barrels, ii&tdXc;
lo, cakes. iiViii7o. Live Poultry Firm an!
higher; fowls, lIKalS'.ic: old roosters. S
aSVjc; spring chickens, ll'.iulitic.; ducks,
12al.tc; turkeys. Ilal2c; gceso, Ual2c.
Dressed Poultry Firm: fowls, choice
western, 13'fcc; do, southern and south,
western, 12jAal3e.; old roostoi.i, OalOo.;
roasting chickeens, nearby laigo. lOc; do.
Hiimll and medium, IJ.USc,; western do,,
largo, 15c; turkuys, cholco western, lla
lna.j do, fair to good, 10al3c: do, nearby,
choice, Hie.; do. fair to tood. Ital3c;
ducks, 13a-r'. Ileceliits Flour. 1,000 bar
rels and l.tW.OOO poundu in sacks: wheat,
S.Oml buihulKi corn, 120,n00 busholsj oats,
10,0i) buah"ls. Shipments Wheat. 23,ti0
biiBhols; coin, e7,0l bushels; oats, 0,00)
Chicago Grain .Market.
Chicago, Nov, 2S. Thoiu was a fair
Undo In wheat today and after an early
ndvuneo theio was n reaction, and the
closo was weak, December being 'Jiai'c
lowir and May iin;c lower, Decembor
corn closed !. higher with oats. tin.
changed. January provisions closed from
.Wao. to 12'4c. hlglnir. Cash quotntlonH
were us follows: Flour-Steady. No. 1
bprlng wheat. 7-'a7Hic: No. . 72!ia7lc;
No 2 red, 71'iu73io,i No. 3 corn, 5Hic;
No. 2 yollow, Ko.i No. 3 oats, 20',-'.c; No. 2
white, SoaS'Je,; No. 3 white. 32il!4c;
No. S rye. lO'jii-Wo.; good feeding bailey,
:Sa3Sc.i fair to choice malting. UafiSc.; No.
I tlax need, J1.15; No. I northwentorn, fl.2);
priinn tltnnthv seed. fStfi; pork, $ltl.73a
li-kVM laid. tUitll.'JS; libs, JS.S7Ha9,12H;
sbnuldM-s, $.37!u0 60; Sides, J8.7ia9; whla.
Buffalo Cattle Market.
fiabt Buffalo, Nov, 2S.-Cattle Receipts.
200; good demand, higher; 1,115-pound
steers. JC.25. r
Veals Receipts. 130; strong; tops, $S.25.
8.7r; common to good. j.K0nb.
JIogs-Rccelpts, 11,100; active, BalOc
Spencer Trask & Co.
2T & 29 Pine Street, New York
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1 rr(1rtftylrigifo.rfateifn wMKfTuftl
higher: henvv, iri.4SaC.ru: mixed, f0 30.iG.40;
Yorkers and pic;H, SC.20at.25; roughs, JO.Wa
D.CO; .itags. 4l.50a3.
Sheep and Lambs Iteceipta, 23,.i00:
steady: top lambs, $.Viaar,.S0; ciiIIh to
Kood. jla5; yearlliiBS. ?.'!.7eat; ewes, $.".7,
4; sheep, top mixed, JU.2."a3.5.i; culls to
Chicago Iivo Stock Market.
Chicago. Nov. 2S. Cattle Receipts, 11,
IiOO; steadv to 15c, lower; good to prime
Bteora, io.i7.10; poor to medium, $3ai,;
Htochers nnd feeders. $2al 73; cows, Jl.HU
S: heifers J2a.r.: cannera. $l.-ia-i2.50; buII.-,
J2a4 fill; calves, J3.50a0.75: Texas fed steora,
JJul.'jr,; western steers, $3.50a 1.73.
Itotts Hecolpts today. 2.S(iO0: tomorrow,
1S',0(iO; loft over, 3,50): active to no. hlRh
or; mixed und butchers, 3.S5a0 23: good
to choice heavy, tG.2uai;. I2W: rough heavy.
JS.TOaO; light, JS.ii5a5.10j bull: of sales, Jo.'JJ
East .Liberty Stock Market.
East Liberty. Now S3. Cattle-Steady:
choice, 50.iii.20; prime, J5.73a5.90; good, J5.25
Hogs Higher; prJmo heavies, J5.4naG.I.";
mediums, J0.3."; heavy Yorkers, $0.25ai',.ri0;
light Yorkers, J0.20a0.23; plgh, tC.10ai3.lS;
I Sheei Steady; best wethers, J3,73al;
culls and common, $1.50a2: cholco lambs,
f5.40a.ri.(; veal calves, J7.30aS.23.
Oil City. Nov. US Credit balances. 142:
certificates, no sales: shipments, l,v,:i29
barrels; .tveroge, SH,0!l7 barri'ls; runs, 207,
703 barrclii; avurage, 78,197 barrels,
B., L. & W. BOARD.
Tho following Is the m.'ikn-uji of the
D L, & V. board for today:
F1UDAY, NOV, 2S.
Extras Kast 5,l . m Thomas; 0.30
p. m M. J, Henlgan; 7.30 p. m,, J, oin
leyj i.." p. m., Stovuns; I'.SO p. in., Illng
Hob; 10.30 p. in., Singer; 13 p. in., H111I;
hnrt. Extras AVest C.30 p. m., McDonnell; 5
p, m., lirowu; 11 p. m., Cnstner.
SATUHDAY, NOV, 23.
Extras East 1 a. in., Carney; 2 11. in,,
Baxter; 3 a. m., Mullen (llobokcn; 4.3u u,
in., lingers; i u. m., I.urklu; 11 a. in.,
Masters; 1 p, in., Ilandolph; 3 p. in., .1,
tlerrltyj 3.3u p. in., Jlel.uno; 5 p. m., 11.
Uuuimlte 6 a, in., Tiounfelkur (wont);
0 a. m., Carrlgg (eaM)i 9 . m., (ioldcii
(wojt); 10 a, in,, Thompson (west); I p.
m., Nichols (PltthtmOi 2 P. in., J, Heal,
gan (cast) J 4.30 p. in., M. Ulnluy (east).
ruhhers 3.30 a. in., C. llarlholomtw
(west); 7 a. m., !", Androwa (west); 7 a.
m., Klnerty (west); S a. in., lloiibir
(east); 11,13 a. iu Jloran (east); 1 p. in.,
McDonnell (west); 7.30 p. m., Murphy
(cast) j 0 p. in., "YV. H, Uartholomew
Hulpeis I a. m.. Magoveiu, 7 a.' nt.,
Oaffney; 10 a. in,, Secor; 3.15 ji. in., Stan
ton. Cxtrns West Thlnl 51, Lano; :j a. 111.,
Iloari 4.3i) a. in., Hachford; 7 a. in., Den
nis; 11 a. m., Caso; 12 in., John (lahagan
(Ilallstcad); 2 p. in., Coslur; 4 p. 111.,
linn put on Its
P r o s o n t h for
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(y I Just a Few of jLpoiir Bargains
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that will please
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Time to Begin Thinking Seriously About: the Coming Cold Days
Clothing for the boy, from head to foot, is here. We've made out a list of
Boys' Clothing and Shoes that are attractive on account of price smallness.
"There's one tiling I admire about your Boys' Clothing, they keep their
shape," said a customer the other day. There is one thing we are persist
ent in and that is that all garments have to be so well made there shall be
no complaint about them from our customers.
Don't forget to visit Toyland with the children today.
Comes in bluo and grey Cheviots, well made
and lined. Pants aro guaranteed not to -j t Q
rip. Sizes 8 to 15 years. Priced at.. ipl.O
Boys' Norfolk Suits
Como In grey and blue stripe effects, of al 1-wool
Cashmere. Two pleats each, front and
back. Very well made. Sizes S to 1 2
years. Priced at p2.75
Children's Long: Coat
Has half belt, velvet collar, lined and trimmed,
a handsome and comfortable garment.
Comes In grey and tan. Sizes 3 to 8 , .
years. Priced at 3.Z4o
Boys Hats, N-:w Styles at 50c & $!
Chlldred's Caps In a wide range of col-
ors and styles at 25c and 5(JC
Boys' Three-Piece Suits
Come in navy blue and fine mixtures, high cut
vests, coats have stiff front. Every gar
ment strictly all vool. Size 9-15 years. JO
Priced at p3.4o
Boys' and Children's Overcoats
Keep the boy comfortable, Our line is com
plete and up to the top notch in style. Every gar
ment all wool, all sizes, 3 to 16 years, at $2 48 up to
Children's Angora Tarn o' Shanters
Have a stiff brim to retain shape, woven elastic
band to pull over ears, silk tassel, colors are red,
blue, white, grey and many c - ftrk
fancy stripes, at OUC 10 l.UU
Boys' Shirts, pretty colors, garners, percales
and imported madras. cfl-r nA ns
Every size wanted at, each OUC H1Cl JoC
To while away the time. A good Book.
The Newest Copyrighted Books
The Blue Flower, Henry Van Dyke.
Miss Petticoats. Dwlght Tllton.
Hope Lorlng, Lillian Bell.
The Little White Bird, J. M. Barrle.
Cecilia, M. Crawford.
Fortunes of Oliver Horn, Hopkln Smith.
Two Van Revels, Booth Tarkington.
A Glove Comfort
Women's Fancy Knit Golf Gloves, woven In
most every color yarn, In stripes, checks, etc., many
mixtures. Priced at
25c, 39c, 50c pair.
Sweetness in New Assortments
Lemon. Orange, Raspberry, Cocoanettes,
Marshmellows, Peanut Taffy and Fancy
Mixtures, per pound Qc
ONE OF THE NECESSARY LUXURIES
and one where quality must first be considered. A Robe made of poor
materia is decidedly worse than nothing. We select the very best mate
rial and the making is done by reliable and competent operators. Every
stitch, button and seam is just right, the pattern liberal and the stock is
ample enough to suit all tastes and purses. AN INSPECTION IS A PRAC
TICAL LESSON IN ECONOMY.
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S W III buy sclANTON STOVES al Foundry Pr;
r v get repairs at any time on home-made stove
miles away, when you can
rices r You can
stoves at wholesale
pi ices, uwmg to tne coal strike the btove Works have a big stocu wnicn must
be sold within the next thirty days. Come early and secure big bargains-
SOLD AT SAME PRICE A3 AT FOUNDRY BY
FOOTE & FULLER CO., WILLIAM CHAPPELL,
I40'I42 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PROVIDENCE SQUARE,
UNION CASH STORE, A. J. HOW LEY,
DUNMORE, PA, Oil NORTH WASHINGTON AVENUE.