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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21, 1894.
5 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY
AND MACHINERY CO,
HO Vol; WANT A IMfc W
NECK BAND on
your old shirt. We do it.
f 08 Fcnn Avb.
A B. WARMAN.
Norman & Wioore
120 Wyoming Avenue
415 Lacka. Avenue.
Mattings, Rugs, etc
WILLIAMS & McANULTY.
'2 7 Wyoming Ave
The board of control's high school com
mittee will meet tomorrow evening to
elect a chairman.
The Cambro-Anir-ncan choir will re
hearse tonight in Young Men' Curitian
Quite a number of new case of the
measles were reported to the board of
Repairs are being mado on the asphalt ,
pavement on Lackawanna avenue by the
Barber Asphalt company.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern company paid the employes of the
Capouse colliery yosterday.
The entertainment of the Ezcnbior So
cial club which was to occur this evening
has been postponed indefinitely.
A Danville bulletin to tho Scrantnn
board of health Btate that tliroo cuses of
small pox and three of varioloid are under
treatment in that city at present.
Tho funeral of the late William Cassidy,
of Harrison avenue, will occur this after
noon at 2 o'clock. Interment will ba mado
in the Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
The funeral of William CassMy will,
take place from his late re-udence, 516 llar
risun avenue, thia afternoon at 8 o'clock.
Interment in Hyde Park Catholic come
tery. The Free Methodists will hold a quar
terly meeting in IWrs' hall, 801 North
Main avenue, West Side, commencing Fri
day evening, the 2.1 1 inst., nod lasting
over Hunriay. Eev. Oor;;e Batons, of
Vineland, N. J., will preside. AM are in
Tited. George Mnhy, general secretary Voting
Men's Christian association, will condnot
tho services at the Hescue mission this
evening. The Young Men's Christian A
f ociatlon male quartotto is also expected
to bo present and assist in the service.
The Womens' Guild of Hfc Luke's rhurch
will hold a sale and sapper tit the parllh
house, 825 Washington avenue, Thursday
afternoon and evening, March Many
r.sefnl and ornamental articles ae well as
home-made candy will bo on sale. Don't
forget the supper.
A ltter from tho Providence and Abing
ton Turnpike and Plank Road 'Oompsny,
signed by H. K. Payne and W. W. Watson,
president nnd secretary respectively, him
boon sent to Mnyor Connell stating that if
the city does not repair the road tho
company wonld do bo and charge the
same to the city.
An election will beheld nt 8 p. m., Fri-r.-iv,
March 30. to iill theolHcxof captain
in Company D, made vac:mt by tho ex
j nation ot the term or Captain Montrose
Barnard, nnd to till any other Vacancies
which may occur by ronson of tho elec
tion. Major 0. 0L Mattes has boon de
tailed to conduct Uie election.
Trouble Ab mt an Iuauranc Poller.
Beforo Arbitrators Eugene Davis, Fred
W. Fleitz and H. W. Mulholland, testi
mony was honrd yesterday In tho case of
James W. Walsh, executor of Mary Walsh,
again t the Dwelling House Insurance
company to recover (1,100 on an insurance
policy. Attorney Lemuel Amerman and
Ainirow A. Leiser.'of Lewishurg, appeared
for tho company and Attorney M. E. Mc
Donald for Mr. Walsh. The caso is being
tried to settle a legal point involved.
In organs slightly us.-d. Must bo sold tor
want of room.
1 1 lordotic Organ f.5.00 ("ash
1 Hhoulngnr Organ 05.00 "
1 Wilcox & White Organ 00.00 "
. 1 Bridgeport 8V00 "
1 Dyr&Hughos Organ. 4S.UU "
Also fnll line of stationery at reduced
prices. Tuavish' Music Stokb,
500 Lacka wauu i Ave.
Grand millinery opening today, Thurs
day, Friday ami Saturday at Leah Jones &
Co., 183 Wyoming avenue.
Say It Will Facilitate (hi Transaction of
Business and Save Mousy.
THE GROCER WILL BS SHUT OUT
D.iirymcn Do Not Propose to Be
Undersold by the Men to Whom
Tliey Wholesale Milk Mr. Stotic
Explains the Objects In View When
Consolidation Was MaJe- Wliat a
Large Dealer Says.
A utory has been currant of lute that
the combining of nniabnrof Boranton
milk dealer! into the now Soranton
Dairy coiuinuy m for the purpose of
inuiutaiiiing it higher price on uillk
and driving minor coiupatitors from
An investigation has been made by
Tins TaiDUNE, and from th Informa
tion received from official of the
Boranton Dairy oompany and individ
ual dealers of extensive business, it
cannot be learned that the so-oalled
combination will, or can, uuke flottlt
ons prices; nt least, such a state of
affaire will not appear as long as the
dealers now out of tho nmalgamstlon
maintain their Individual businesses.
a 0OMB1XAT1OH FOBMBD,
The union of tivu of the Inrge milk
dealers of the city was consummated
March 1, with stock to the mnuuiit of
$82,000 held by several members In
in. '.mis proportionate to the extent of
capital represented in their old busi
ness and equipments. Tnis union was
made by the following: Farmers
Dairy company; E, S. livelier, Kress
Farm dairy, Reynolds Bros, and the
Farmers' Milk company, of Providence.
A. J. Stoue and O. M. Csrpeuter
were formerly officers of the Farmers'
Dairy company, nnd are now leading
officials of the blended concern. A
Tuiiti'NK reporter visited Mr. Stone at
bis i ftice on Linden stre? t yesterday
nnd questioned him concerning the sto
ries Hlliiat to the effect that the S:ran
tou Dairy company would squoezj the
"We have heard such reports," he
said, "but I assure you our objjets are
perfectly proper and non-sucret, Here
tofore, all the milk companios which
now constitute the Scran ton Dairy com -pany
and otliors Who have not united
with us, cauvassed the game territory
for our supply.
COULD DO BU8WK83 CtlEAFEB,
"We found that we could avoid cou
fnsion and gather the milk product
mnob cheaper by having it done for one
concern end shipped to a common
point. Another consideration is the
reduction ia handling and delivering
expense here in jScranton. Under the
present arrangement we employ pro
portionately a smaller working force
in our Linden street depar both in
handling and office work. There are
as many individuals doing business
now as previously.
Mr. Stone was asked if any time had
been set for having the delivery wagons
uniformly painted and tho city divided
irrespective of new deliverytuen to old
customers. He said thes matters had
not yet been decided upon.
Probably the most extensive indi
vidual dealer in the oity who is not
with the amalgamation wai inter
viewed by the reporter. This gentle
man does a business of about f 10. 003 a
var and declined an Off! of an
amount exceeding the value of his
plant and business to enter the uniou.
WHOLESALE l'lIICE TO BE RAISED.
II'. eulstantiated the statement of
J5r. Stone, but stated in addition that
the wholesale dispensers of the lacteal
fluid, hotels, restaurants, etc.. would
nave to pay more than formerly. Qro
cerymen who had bought from the
lamer dealers at U ceuts per quart
would also hi shut out.
The gentleman said further tltat the
larier dealers had been undersold bjr
their own customers who bought at 4iJ
cents solely to sell ut '. cents and draw
trade for I utter, eggs nnd tin lik.
without caring to make a profit on the
MH CHANGED THE LOCK.
He ilas Clinched His Hold on Dunmore'j
linrtess T. J, Dnggan still holds pos
session of DunmorVs town hall and
yesterday ho clinched his hold on it by
.lacing a spring lock on the jail door
which also lock" the council chamber,
being the only msns of increfu to the
building. Tho keys to the now lock he
has retained himself, practically taking
complete possession personally of tho
building, as no one. not even the town
police, have got a kev.
What they will do in case a prisoner
is arrested, is worryiug tbem at pres
ent Tl.is struggle, it is feared, will result
in th neglect of borough bnsiness, nnd
if it doe it is probable the citizens will
petition tlioonrt to interfere and com
pel a petft-meut.
Ail last year tho council did not do
any hnsinoss on account of the attorney
dend-loslr, and it is fearod that the en
suing year will witness o repetition of
this neglect. It is said tint several of
the councilman will resign rather than
be embroiled in suuh trouble us con
fronted them last year.
Mr Savage is mure sanguine of vio -tory
than over and informed his
friends y -eterday that he was more
than ever confident of his ability to
live np to the law. His widespread
popularity is evidenced by the fact
that his own political enemies clamor
for his retention.
NEf LIS AND MAHON NAMED.
Democrats of Common Council Bay They
Are Thtlr Choice.
In the common council ohamber last
night tlio Democratic members of the
Incoming lower branch of the city leg
islature held a caucus, at which it was
decided to present On the day of the re
organization of tho councils the names
of 1'. .1. Xealis for chairman and John
P. Mahon for clerk, as the choice of the
Democrats of tho body for those of
fices Mr. Mahon at present fills tho office
of clerk of the common council. Oth
er persons whose nanus have been
mentioned i n connection with the of
fice are Wl lliam Dawson,.lames Loftne,
William McLean und Mr. It-gen, of
Indies' S c'al Union Entsrtilna.
Tho Ladies' Social union of tho Ponn
Avenue Baptist church gave an oyster
supper frorn'O to 8 o'clock wet evening in
the lecture room of the church. The af
fair was nmnaged by Mrs. L. J. Northrup,
president; Mr, J. L. Htelle.vlco president;
Mrs. Thomas Moore, fancy article table,
and Mrs Frank Halls tead, treasurer. Seven
eatiiiL' tables wero in charge ol Mrs. Lu
ther K.-llnr, Mrs. Charles Northrup, Mrs.
Lung, Mrs. Milton Lwry, Mrs. Johnson,
Mrs. Frutchoyand MIbs Murphy.
Ciiunun, storo and homo decorative
plants ut Clark' j.
DATES FIX?D FOR APPEALS.
Whin to Enter Protasis Concerning
The county commissioners yesterday
fix.'d the following date. for hearing
appeals from st ite tnxss:
April 4 Arcbbald, May field, Wtnton and
April 6 Blakelv, Olypbant, Dickson
City and Donuore b troughs'.
April 0 Beaton township, Waverly,
Qlnubum and La Plume boroughs, and
North Ablngton, South Ablngton and
April 8 Lackawanna, Old Forge, Uan
som, Spring Brook and Newton townships,
and rl'n lor borough.
April 0 Carbondale city, Carbon dele,
Fell and Greenfield townships.
A;ti1 10 Roaring Brook, Jefferson,
Uaowon, Covington, Clifton and Lshigh
townships, Blmburst and Uouldsboro
April 11 Scranfon, First, Second, Third,
Twenty-first and Thirteemd wards.
April 12 fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Four
teenth, Fifti mith and Eighteenth ward-).
April 18 Seventh, Kiglith, Ninth, Tenth,
Sixteenth and Seventeenth wards.
April 18 Kleveuth, Twelfth, Nineteenth
and Twentieth warns.
HOTEL JERMVN QUIBBLE.
Bui ding Inspector Mclson Itafusea to
Issue a Permit.
Building Inspector John Nelson has
refused to grant a building permit for
tho new hotel, The Jeriuyn, on the
site of the Forest House.
It is claimed that Mr. Jeriuyn in
tends to erect a building to cover the
whole plot of ground and to use the 10
foot reservations for olhsr purposes
thuu bay windows.
PUSHING FORWARD NOBLE WORK.
Encouraging Reports at Quarterly
Meeting of the Young, Women's
Christian Association Last Nii;ht.
The quarterly meeting of the Young
Women's Cnristuu association was
held last evening and the various re
ports ttiven show that institution to br
In a truly prosperous condition Mrs.
Ripple presided at the meeting.
Mrs. Everhart. chairman of the mem
bership coinniitte,reportod an incres
in tile number of members, and Miss
Scott spoke of the entertainments b. Id
during the last three months.
Miss Hawley. of the lunch depart
ment, gavo an encouraging r-port.
Nearly 4,000 girls visited the place dur
ing the quarter and the iucome derived
had been sufficiently large to cover
The report of Miss Tompkiuson,
Secretary of the South Side branch, was
alsoofa most flittering nature. The
organization is constantly enlarging its
work uuJ is now an acknowledged suc
cess. Mrs. L. M. Gates reported for the
Di bio cIhss'.b, of which there nre five
conducted under the auspices of the
association. The membership of the
classes is forty two. The committee
having this department In charge ar
ranged for a Sunday afternoon mol
ing and for special meetings during
the week, 'fen conversions ware re
ported. The general sscretary, Miss Macurdy,
gave a detailed report of the work iu
the efiic that was very satisfactory,
She also callo 1 special attention to a
new feature of work that is proving
very successful. A department for
girls between tne aga of 10 and 1G lias
been organized at ths central rooms and
already has a membership of forty.
On Mondays the class meets for Rocial
purposes, on Woluesdays for sowing;
on Satorilayu prayer meeting is held.
Mrs. Bnerdlow, the physical dinotor,
reported favorably on the gymnastic
work in which much iuterest is uow
At th" conclusion of the report Mrs.
Hippie thanked the various officers and
committees for their excellent work,
after which the meeting adjourned.
JENKINS A MORRIS.
MUlimry Op--ilnir Takes Plio Today nt
400 6prnc S:ror.
The millm-ry opening of Miss Han
nah Jenkins and Mi's Susie Moiris
takes place today at 4 Hi Spruce street,
where they havo gone iuto business for
They lnve on hand a handsome dis
play of goods and will be glad to have
the ladies of Scrantnn to o ill and see
for themselves. The opening will cou
tiuus tomorrow nnd Friday,
IN BUILOING CIRCLES.
The interior of the l'cnn Avenuo syna
gogue is being remodeled.
Progress on tho now Delaware and Hud
sou station gos steadily forward, but it
will be several months b("ro it will b
completed and ready forUSO.
Night and dav Workmen are hurrying to
and fro n the Frothlngham theater strain
ing every ucrvo to have the hoUSe ready
lur the Opening next Monday night.
Stone is being hauled to the ground for
tho foundation ot . II. Whyte's family
hotel at Wyoming avenue and Vine street.
The greater part of the excavating has
already been accomplished
Extensive changes ri being made on
the old post oflioe building at I'ouu avouiie
and Spi uce street. A large bay window is
being added to tho Spnici street side of
the flrtit Story, nnd many other changes
being inudo to fU the building for mercan
tile pui poses.
The Forest House is now but a memory.
It has been rased to the ground nnd work
men are excavating for the foundation
of Iho hirgo hotel. "The Jerinyu,''
which will take its place. Tho frame
building thnt stood in the rear of
the Forest House, at Spruce stieel and
Onltfonl court, Is now being torn down.
The exten ion ou the Ill-foot reservation
that is being built ou the Davldsou build
ni : at Washington avenue and Spruce i
watched with prohibly greater iuterest
than any other building enterprise In this
city at present. Frequently duiiiig the
day crowds congregate at the Columbus
statue and watch the progress of opera
tions. The comments heard are uot al
ways complimentary to Mr. Davidson.
Many large tree stumps with huge,
spreading ro ts nro being removed from
the excavation that Is being made for the
foundation ot the new building Coutraotor
Williams is erecting on thnUafter property
et Washington avenue and Linden street.
Many of t ho o stumps are Imbedded In the
s' ft turf like substance that li found ten
feet below the surface and were probably
felled when Horunton wai the village of
llarrlsun aud court house square a
Removal to Washington Avenue.
Miss Sarah McLano has romoved hor
uiilllnary parlors from .U4 Spruce street to
a more desirable location, til Washing
ton avenue, where she will havo larger
und more commodious quarter . Alls
McLano is now doing business at her now
place, aud will bo pleasnd to have all hor
old friends to call and soo hor.
The Bvsrett Liadi.
Wait for Guernsey Bros.' new roods.
TOO UY APPLICANTS
Board of Associated Charities Caanot Provid;
All with Work.
POOR BOARD TO BE APPEALED T3
It Vill Be Asked to Appropriat,
Money to Pay the Unemploy. d Who
Will 13c Given Work -Tho Project
io Giva Another Entertainment
Abandoned-Report Presented by
Mrs. w. B. Dugean.
ni it i i i n i I. I'lt'Tl UEs. EVERY
NOTED PLACE IN ALASKA, Till;
UNITED STATUS ANI U aX ICO.
MVH Nt'MHKKS ON TEH ( Ol N
TKlt. TKN CENTS ANI UME
COUPON iokam NUMBER.
The Associated Charities held a inoel
ing in the directors' room In the public
library evening. There v.'-ri present
Messrs. Kelly, Israel, Hides, Gibbons,
Cohen, Kelier, Moore, TftQUioeim,Kier
strad, Thomas and Mrs. W. 11 l)i .;.:a i
Colonel Holes presided,
Mr. Moore, chairman of the relief
committee, reported mat they had bum
unable to provide wotk for all who ap
plied for it. At least sixty of the Hp
plicants wero ueoessarily turned away
for the reason that there was nothing
for them to do. Twenty-five had been
given employment for one week and
In- ii paid their money, and another
allotment of tho same wonld com
plete their six days on Thursday when
twenty-flfe more would be set to worn
They are employed at the public park
anil have a competent foreman over
On motion of Mr. Moore, the agent
of the societies was IllStrUJtel to re-
qu st the street commissioner to give
work to lifteen whose wages will be
! aid out of the fund now In tli i hands
ol the mayor.
Chairman Thomas of the visitation
coinmitteo reported progress, The
city had been properly districted.
HUNDREDS NKliD WORK
Mr. Gibbons spoke for the employ
ment committee, lis said there were
hundreds o; men in the city who need
work but cannot obtain it. Such come
to him every day. Tuere are miuy
young men without f imili is or horn is
who are absolutely destitute oi ac
countoftheir being unable to obtain em
ployment of any kind ll-i folt for them
and thought they oullt to havo work
to prevent them from becoming beg
fars and criminals,
The suggestion that the poor board
make an appropriation for the pur
pose of providing employment for tlie
needy, bad uot been brought before
that body at its last meeting as was
intended. Mr. Gibbous said he thought
some of the poor directors were not
partial to the ilea, tint he himself far
ored it After some discussion ou this
topic, the chair was authorised to ap
point a oommittse to confer with the
poor directors. Colonel B ilea appoint
ed Colonel Ripple, It -v. Mr. Israel and
Mr. Moore to serve on iho committee.
Mrs. Duggui called attention to the
children of Mrs Margaret Montgom
ery, who resi les on Uircli street. Mrs.
Duggan stated that the home of the
littio ones is not the proper place lor
them, ami Mr. Thompson was author
ized to take tho proper Steps toward
iretting the children away from the
contaminated spot. Other cases were
also referred to.
ENTERTAIN HEKT IDEA ABANDONED
Mr. Cohen, of the entertainment
committee, brielly stated that he was
uot in favor of another entertainment.
After some discussion it was decided
to abandon the project and put forth
extra iffort to increase the member
ship. The relief committee was em
powered to summon to Its aid eucli
ladies of the city as they mitthr deem
necessary for iirrangin,' for the solici
tation of members at if 1 a year, each
member to be furnished with a carl
Mrs. Dnggan's report, including the
weekpist, was as follows: Cases of
applicants examined, 27; found worthy.
19: unworthy, 4; duplicates, 4; orders
secured for work since last meeting,
27; previous to last meeting, 12
THE RATIONAL GAR1E.
President Alex Dann, jr., of the
Scranton llsse Hall association, sail
yesterday that the greater part of the
fence enclosing the new grounds on
Providence road baa been erected, and
today John I'almer, of Dunmore. will
begin to lay out .the diamond and
grade the croiinds. By the end of the
week, Mr. Dttnn saVS, carpenters will
be at work on the grand stand It may
not be altogether a thing of bounty
this season, but it will be oonstmote.1
with a view to the comfort, of the pat
rons and in such a manner that it can
be improved upon later. Scranton
should have one of the finest dia
monds iu the league this season. In
less than n month our team will bo in
I! II II
The Philadelphia Press yesterdnv
contained the following concerning
Charles Qelbert, of this city, astndont
at the University of Pennsylvania:
"Charles Gelbsrt, beat known in inter
collegiate circles us Peiiu's plucky half
back, wis placed In the box tn pitch
for the 'Varsity nine against the Pro
feselonals yesterday Gilbert's slioul
der has b-en sore, hurt in football, ami
Arthur Irwin has allowed him to
take nn chances, making 1dm
play right Held and forbidding
him to throw up to date. While
the lo.nt bit wild yosterd iy, a
natural thing from lack of practice,
he showed great speed, and that, too.
with little or no swing, Be knocked
catcher Brown's bands apart and fin
ally split one of them badly, putting an
end to the game with the ecorn 4 to 4
at the end of the fourth inning. Gel
bert is the lust pitcher who has yet put
iu an appearance.
II II II
John J. Murphy, of this city, will
continue tins season to be one of the
mainstays of the Georgetown College
Pise Ball team. Thut organization
will in a abort time start ou n northern
tour, und is scheduled to play with
Princeton, Yale and othor crack college
Eastkk flower show in our double store.
Hi aud U0, Washington ave. Clark's,
Latest Rczor Tos Shoos
In Ilnssin Calf or Patent Leather for la
dles and gents at ti e Commonwealth Bhoe
Store, Washington avenue,
Tiik millinery opening of ,T. Bnlr,, 188
Wyoming avenue, will occur on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. No better display
of trimmed and untrlmtned bats enn be
found ia this city.
See our donblo storo of F.astor flowers
for church and homo decoration?. Fiuu
lilies, hydrangia, nsaiia, hyacinth, spiscsr,
maiden hair fern. Everything toauilful.
Ill aud MU Washington avenue.
O. R. I LAMC & CO.
Skvk.n doz. fresh eggs, IW?, Courseu.
A new bicycle worth t"i will be sold for
f.'lo. The machine is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen ut the
D IS D OF HE3KT OlSEA iE.
Coronor's Jury Uos Not Think Joseph
L. Williams Destroyed Hlmtnlf.
Coroner Kelly and Jurymen Thomas
Melvin, Martiu Bird. T. P. OilgalloD,
.F. Ferber, T. W. Keisl and Joseph
Keogh heard evldenos last night at to'
court house on the death of Joseph L.
Willi , ins, who iiU.1 - u l lenly last Kr.-
I'.y on the Sou'. Sid Tbejurv r -i
n i ued a yerdiot ss follows:
"VN -. the Juror in the ease of Joseph
L, v ill iins, do flu.l irom the evideuc
that there wag no foul play. Theevi
deuce clearly shows that theoauieof
lealb was heart disease "
Considerable Interest was attached
to the oneo owing to thederaaeed be
Ing a brother of Justice II. W. Wil
Items, ot this sta'e, and from the fact
that a bottle that had contained lauda
num was louud in the dead man's
S.1LC OF SUITS FOH KiNDALS.
i l,r Crowd at academy cf Uuslc Bos
There whs a throng befors the box
oflioe of the Academy "f .Music yester
day morning wailing for the opening
of tlie sale of seats for Mr. ami Mrs,
Kendal, who will appear Thursday
night in "The Ironmaster "
The Halo of seats was active, and
although tins is usually a ha I week for
theatricals, there is every indication
I hat a crowded house will greet the
Kendall on their lirst appearand in
It will be one of the mtmorable events'
of tins theatrical season,
MR CAUSED BOY'S DEATH.
Found Dottle Containing Whiskey and
Drained Its Contents Convul
sions Sub3cc'jcntly Set In
Thomas Joseph Roche, the 4-year-old
son of Mr. and Mr. James Roche, of
11114 Gibson street, died at midnight on
Monday from convnleious induced by a
large quantity of whisky that the clii'd
Tln boy was n lively little fellow and
on Morning while roaming through tlu
apsriinents occupied by the family
found a bottle containing a quantity of
Mrs Roche was not in the room and
after playing with the bottle for a time
the boy sucoeded in extracting the cork
and draitiel the bottle of its contents
lie soon afterward fell imo a coma
tose state, but the parents did not con
sider hiei condition at all dangerous nnd
a physician was not summoned untii
evtiing, when convulsions set in.
Dr. J. F. Siltry wus summoned, but
the boy was beyond help, aud died at
midnight. The doctor is iu a quandary
as to whether or not he should grant a
certificate setting forth taat death was
caused by convulsions, and will proba
bly bring the case to tho attention of
Coroner K-lly today.
Arrauemeuts have been male for
the Interment of the chill at U o'clock
fcrantor.'a Dutinsia Interests.
THg TRIBUNE Will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classiti-d list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Scranton
and Vicinity, The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblie build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
wiih portraits ol leading citizens. No
similar work has ever givou an eijual rep
res'iutation of Scrauton's many inda
tries. It will lie an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers aud be au uneqnall-d
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is i n a plan that cannot fail of good
results to thoe concerned as well as tho city
at lare. Representatives of Till: TRIBUNE
Will call upon thosk WBOSB NAaas
are DESIRED in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please 1 avo notice at
An Opportunity for the U ASmplOf) d.
Yon are out of employment.
Invest your time on a business, steno
graphic or academic education.
It mean success to you iu the future.
If you cannot pay us this year make it
You helped us in your prosperity we
ahnll help yon now.
Wood's college of bu duces and short
Grand display of spring millinery to
duy, Thur.Mluv, Friday and Saturday at
Leah Jones it Co., 13.'i Wyoming ave. '
SEVEN doz. fresh eggi. Hi;. Courseu.
F. it. Aylsworth will remove to Vii
Wyoming avenue the ii:.-t week iu April.
FLAHERTY CALLEO FOR A ROPu.
Today H Will H tta Anxious to Stcare
John Burke th m
so roughly handled by a Minooka mob
on oaiuruay usi waeo ctr N . 2J3 c
oidently run over two Children, Jwi
uoi propose io liruoic tueouiraae wit
out in. king an atwtnnt to oriujr ti.e
t tr aors l j. is' ice.
Yesterday afi moon Mr. Burke an
peered rjefore AJderuuq vvrigiil anil
w-.re out a warrant for the irrest of
AliUj Mnrley and Michael Fiaheny
woo, be alleges, polled him from bis
car and b at nun.
lloi tntestll.lt FUlierl V wan lnml in
his demands for a rope with which to
nang ooiu the conductor uud motor
Mrs. Emma Diem's mllllaerv opening
will occur Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
All the latest styles from ihu leading New
afRR, Emma DlEM,
701 Cedar avenue.
Tin: entertainment of the Excelsior bo
( ial for Wednesday night is postpoued un
til further BotKe.
Millinery Opening Day,
' 211 W yoming Avenue.
to LftTt FOR CLASSIFICATION.
Money to Lo,i,-i.
m00 TO LOAN ON M0BT0A08. RE
O PLOQLm, attorney, 408 spruce street
nl.L FOR RENT $1 PER sKSsio.V
lt;-:i,l.U!l.l;,Hltoruey, UJt Spl uee Mil el.
13 e for
We move to 117 Lackawanna
aveuuo wo offer a special
price on till of our Silver nov-elties.
W. W. Berry, Jeweler
303 Cpruco St.
Best Sets of Teeth, $3 00
Including the painless extracting
tf teeth by an tntirely now process.
Ladiks are invited to attend the spring
millinery opening today, Thursday, Fri
day anil Saturday ut Leah Jones & Co., 131
BVOBAXOIA and Maiden Uslr Fern at
BeVXM doz. fresh eggs, Dbc. Coumen.
McBrIOI'8 nuw Turkish bath, livery
thing now. o00 Stirucu street, opposite
Wi.iu:u, Matchleks, Shaw and ether
mukoit pianos. See piMO in wicdow of
Stelle i Beeley, 134 Wyoming uvenne.
I Procrastination ... I
Opening Days: Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
M i 1 1 i n e ry
WIIH Lulejt N'oveltie it attrac
1 ivo prices. Imported Bonnets
and Huts. Also a large as
sortment of copies from our own
workroom showing tho latr.st ef
fects in colors md trimmings.
A large assortment of Ladies',
Misses' and Children's
Weare also displaying in our
show room new fashions oi' Ladies'
Capes, Jackets and
of all descriptions,
Special inducement for
this week in Cap3S, Jack
ets and Suits.
138 Wyoming Ave.
IS STILL THE
DAY BY DAY
"-' It steals the profits of tl S iniin SS
who waits to advertisu until to- 5
1 Henry Battin & Co.
S Never wait till tomorrow, but S
ulvurtuo BAKOAINS today and 3
I BARGAINS TODAY i
s .... s
a in At; ATE WARE, s
HU E WAKE, TIN
WARE and WOODEN-
a Try our plan ami don't wait until to- 9
S morrow, bat secure yocr bargains to- -J
S 126 PENN AVE.
Or. Hill Son
131 and 134 FKNN ATEKVE
On the American Plan.
Scraiiton's newest ari'l best equipped hotel.
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Heated by Steam. Electrlo Balls, Bath
Tub nn each floOfs Liirjc, Well
Llfhted nnl Airy kooms,
ALL THE MO D K RN IMPIIOVEMEMS.
OJRe on sec"d flo-r. (load temple
P. J. CONWAY, Prop.
Set troth. ?o.50: beet est, SI: t or cold capi
si:d tei:th without t'lates. calleil rrown and
briduo work, call for prioos and refero::o--'s
TOnALOLA. tor iatrctin lroth without
pain. No ether. No iras.
OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK
GLOVES and CORSETS
Sond your corsets to be le
boued or new steels put in.
We do it neatly uud ut a
We have a lar assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
128 Wyoming Ave.
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or 413 LACKA. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until midnight.
Eureka Laundry Co.
Ccr. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
CUL'BT HuUSt: S.,-1 Al.li
All kiuds of Laundry work guaranteed
S. C. Snyder, 13. id. s.
1M WYOMINU AVK.
(EE OUK UNE OF
Better Than Most $4,00 Shoes You Buy
MADE LIKfc HAND-SEWED.
f'o Seams or Tacks to Hurt Your Feet.
All Styles and Widtni in fungi ess OT Lace.
The Best Shoe oq Earth for the Money
Try :i Pair and you will wear no othi r.
RfiWRTRP'Q.Q (( SHOE on
uniuuiuu uipu.vu every box!
BANISTER'S, to SJU hm
Our $2 50 Shoes ev-e as good as anybody's $3 00 Shoes.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
Now ready for
CLOAKS, CAPES, SUITS
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.