The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, October 18, 1894, Page 4, Image 4
THE SCRANTON TBTBUNE TIITRSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 18, 1S94. 4 WBUBHID OAIIT I 8CRAHT0N. PA.. BTTH1 IHIBDM I'liBLlBIIINO COMPANY. t. P. KINGSBURY, Pm. tuGinMu, t. H. RIPPLC, Bto'v and TncASi LIVY 8. RICHARD, Editor. W. W. DAVIS, Su.tHINTIMOtNT. W. W. Y0UNG8, Aov. M.nq's. Riw Tons office : tribehs btiildinq. Frakk B. Oray. manaohr. INTIRBD AT TUB POSTOmCI AT OrRANTON, FA, A3 GIUOND CLA8S HAIL UATTSR. "Printers' Ink," the recognized journal for advertisers, rates Till-: SCKANTON ruTltl NE astlic best advertising medium in Northeastern Pennsylvania, " printers' Ink" knows. SCUANTON, OCTOBER 18, 1S'J4. HKPLlll.lCAN TICKET. Stale. governor 1). H. IIA8T1NOS LlPUt-UiiVHruur WALTER LYON Auditor Ueneral AMOS 11. MYLltf eec'y Internal Affairs.,TA.VKK W. LA'ITA &n8reS8m0n.Bt.larKe;;AA, County. Congress IOS A. SCRANTON Judg It. W. ABi'HHALl) She 1IT KrIANK 11. CI.K.MoNS Treasurer THOMAS 1). DAVIEtf Slerlt of tlm Courts. . . . Jul IN H. THOMAS District Attorney lollNK. JONKS Recorder of l)w!s CH AS. HUF.STKU I'rnthonotnrv I'. K PUYnlt R gsterof Wnls VM 8. H PKINS Jury Commissioner.... T. J. MATTHfiWS Senatorial. Twentioth District. ...JAJlES C. VAUGHAN Legislative. First District JOHN R. FARR Second l.istrict ALEX. T CONNELL Thivd I 1st rift K. .1. t ROVER Fourth District I 'HAH. P. O'MALLEY flee has ever excelled Mr. Pr yor In tbe accuracy, system and method govern, ing Lis conduct of that trust He has been an ideal servant of the people; careful, courteous, honest and always good nutured. The people of Lackawanna county, Irrespective of party, will retain Mr. Pryor lu oftlce. Aftkr Nov. 6 they won't be hold iog free trad ratillcation meetings over In London, don't you know. Mr. Straus, Tammany's decoy can didate for mayor, is not objected to by any decent man because lie is a He brew in race or a Jew in religion. T lie objection to him is that be, consciously or unconsciously, is being made tbe uood tool of au evil purpose. Under neath the mantle of ms iMjnevoleuce Tammany bides designs too vile for utterupce; and if lie persist in main tabling an incongruous alliance, he must prepare himself to accept the consequences. viiat has Judire Merrmeld ever done for tbe people of Lackawanna county that they should be asked to send bun to congress? Don't all an swer at once. THE SCRAXTOX OF TODAY. Come and Inspect our city. Klevatlon ubove the tide, 740 feet. Kxtretni'ly healthy. Estimated population, 1SH4, 103,000. Jieglstered voters. lin.W.l. Value of school property, $"",0,000. Number of school children, ll'.nui). Average amount of hank deposits, $10, C0O.HIU. It's the metiopollsof northeusternPenn tylvanla. fan produce electric power cheaper than Niagara. No better point In the fulled States nt men to establish new Industries. See how we grow: Population In 1SW 1'opulatlon In 1S7H 3r.i) Papulation In IKlSf) 4.r,,SW Population in 1WI0 75.215 Population In sM (estimated) 103,0110 And the end Is not yet. Judge Archrald has been one of the most conservative court officials of northeastern Pennsylvania during bis career on the bench. The experi ence of one term, as well as a residence in Lackawanna county the renter portion of his life, has given Hon. R. V. Archbald aknowledge of tbe affairs of this section of the state that cannot be obtained at a glance. Laying all partisan questions aside, Judije Arch bald is by experience and by faithful service in the administration of justice entitled to a re-election. The Hastings Reception. As the growing metropolis of the anthracite region and tbe central city of the third largest community in the state, Scranton will need to bestir it self in order to give fitting welcome to rennsyivania's next governor, upon tbe occasion of his forthcoming visit. The hub of an industrial section which lias felt with particular keenness the hurtful effects of Democratic inislegis' latum would be recreant to its past and Indifferent to Its future were it not to pay uncommon honor to' the mag lilflcent candidate who at once typifies Individual valor and economic sanity The visit of General Hastings will be important In every respect. It will be Important because it will give the leople of Lackawanna county, irre spective of party, a chance to meet and greet the chivalrio gentleman who so ably pleads in their behalf against the xuin-breeders and day dreamers at Washington. It will be important, too, from the fact that it will consti tute the one opportunity of the cam paign to evince the general gratitude of Pennsylvania Republicans at the return of wise counsels In the party, as evidenced In tbe well-nigh unanimous nomination of clean and worthy men. As a county which has always been notea ror its ready appreciation of merit, Lackawanna owes to General fastings' candidacy au ovation which will correspond with Its admiration for his sterling qualities, and fairly eclipse even the superb receptions which have hitherto been his uniform greeting. luere Is yet another reason why this visit should be made notable. It is the visit's quickening effect upon the entire local cnnvais. General Vote for John R. Jones. There is no position in the county government which so largely Invites the aggressive traits that are almost indispensable in tbe district attorney ship. Into this olllce center, as into the central station of a telegraph or telephone system, all the various threads of crime and evidence which comprise the bulk of the growing bus iness of our county courts. Not only must the ideal district attorney be, as an attorney, thoroughly in touch with every moving phase of that exacting and progressive profession, but be must be, in addition, a shrewd student of human nature, a ready judge of fact and fiction, and a man fired with the ambition to excel which lies at the bottom of all true industry. In our own county with its shifting and composite population, the best re suits in tbe district attorneyship are to be obtained only by one who is in daily contact with the people, who is in ready and instant sympathy with all law-abiding citizens, regardless of race, class or creed, and who has had years of experience in the ferreting out of crime and in the detailed busiuess of criminal litigation.. Thegreater the energies of the man, the better for tbe people; for If he be but moderately dil igent and only partially awake, the opportunity for unnecessary expenses and needlessly crowded criminal dockets will almost certainly be im proved. As against the present courteous but ordinary official, the Republicans of Lackawanna county have nominated, in John It. Jones, a man whose name Is the synonym for energy and enter- woman aud child, almost, within the county's borders. There is not, ia all the county, a person who doubts that if elected, he would invest the office of district attorney with a new force and a new meaning. The vim, deter- minationand varied resources which he has shown as a private practitioner at the bar, in difficult cases his handling of which lias given him a state repu tation, would stimulate that depart ment of the county government with new life, new activity and new useful ness to the people. A vote for John R. Jones will be a discriminating ballot, which the voter will not afterward regret. a glorious victory next month. The Democratic bosses, in making so much fuss along this line, are guilty of ex ceedingly poor judgment, for upon its face it gives their whole case away. Moderate but evenly distributed protection, sustained by its friends and grounded in benevolence rather than in hate, would make this nation once more the leading nation in the world in point of diversified prosperity. And if to that we could Bdd a practical sys tem of genuine bl-metalllsm, our terri tory would literally overflow with milk and honey. 1 We wonder how Commodore Sin gerly will relish the idea of having to occupy the name platform, when in this city, that will be occupied by Candidate Edward Merrltleld, a self styled Protection Demoeia and there fore, according to Mr. Singerly's own classification, a political fraud. Many southern people are begin ning to seethe folly of free trade which must indirectly affect all of their in terests in future, and now tbe authori ties of Florida object to having the state made tbe fighting ground of all tbe toughs of creation. Is the millen i u iu at hand? desire their papers because It gives them the right to vote and In large cities Nie privilege of gelling that vote to the high est bidder. The elective franchise is too sacred a trust to be dealt out promiscu ously and for the mere asking. We want every citizen in this broad land to enjoy tne run and untrammelea rigm 01 voting as he believes is best for himself and the whole country, but every one must first f losses the qualifications and character Btlcs of a true patriot before ha shall be endowed with the rights of citizenship un der this government. Bogus Reformers. From the Syracuse Post. Civil service reform under this ad ministration Is a mockery and a sham, and is made a bridge over which the spollB system nas been able to carry nuo me government service thousands of persons whootherwlsecnuld not have found places on the rolls of any department of govern ment, me people are DeKimnuK derstand this also, and they will rebuke the spoils Bystem. to un vote to A Question of Wages. From the Chicago Mall. v. Tin Plate mills are shutting down all over the United States pending the adjust ment of wages to the new Democratic tariff. Tin plate mills In Wales started up Immediately after the passage of the wnson-uorman bin, ana are uiu iu ue iovlmr a nrosnerous season. Does auy body doubt, in view of these facts, that the tariff Is mainly a question or wages .' Even Democrats admit that a one sided government is not desirable. With the president Democratic for at least two more years, the bet that the people can do for themselves is to make the house emphatically .Republi can. Representative Scranton is a protectionist whose fealty to protection is not conjectural. That fact alone warrants his election aud justifies Ed ward Merrifleld's defeat. THE FIELD OF POLITICS. It's Different Here. From the Qlobc-Democrat. Since the rjassaire of the Wilson tariff bill, the advance in the quotations of the shares of two Kngllsh iron companies has been J7M.0U0; but we no not near or uny such advantage accruing to similar com panles in this country. (irovcr. You Cannot. From Cleveland's better. How can we face the people nfter In dulging In such outrageous discrimina tions and violations of principle? Those idle factories in the South Side carry their own visible and pal pable demonstration that we waut no more "Democratic times." Snow caps on Mars have disap peared, according to recent astronomi cal reports, and the planet gives every indication of having undergone a thaw. It is possible that a wave of Populism has struck Mars and that the fiery oratory of its whiskered advo cates is having its effect upon the coun try at large. They can say what they please about Thomas D. Davies, but the peo ple know him to be an honest man, who as county treasurer can be de pended upon, every day in the week. Democratic Anxiety. The Democratic cause in Lackawanna county will not prollt from the abuse which certain Democratic influences are venting upon Republican candi dates of Irish descent. There Is no law in this couutry which makes It a crime for an upright Irish-American like James C. Vaughn, or another like Charles P. O'Mallcy to seek for pollti cal preferment on the Republican ticke'. It is not treason to trie renub Hastings' magnetic influence upon the lie for the Republican party to nomi- peopie is a lammar lact. It adds nate such men; neither does their ac greatly to the strength of his logic and ceptance of such a nomination violate xne power 01 ms well-worded argu- any contract with the Democratic ments. The result of his tour of this bosses nor do injustice to auy moral section, unei inougu it must necessar- obligation. jr vu iuu W mm percept- me .Democratic party has never lmy to tne momentum of protection's filed lu any court of record such a legal cause, ana augment by several nun- document as would justify its pre- ureu iub mujonty 01 earn Republican tended mortgage on Irish-American canaiuote on tne county ticket. voters. Upon the contrary, there is lin ntlior the argument that this or that follower of the free trade element It Is Asserted by those who know that polities has never been In any manner worked In the Pennsylvania Orange. The master of the grange, Mr. Rhone, Is a Democrat of free silver coinage procliv ities; the lecturer, Mr. Allmun, Is the can didate of the People's party for governor; Mr, Nevln, the treasurer, Is a gold basis Democrat, und the secretary, R. H. Thomas, Is a straightout Republican of the stalwart stripe. Inquirer Yes, Representative M, T. Burke did oppose the Karr free text book bill, notwithstanding his present asser tions to the contrary. Nobody knows this better than Mr. burke himself. Ask Rep resentative l-'arr. (2). We do not know whether Mr. Hurke rides upon u pass or not; but as he Is the professed friend of labor and a professional foe to corpora tions we should Imagine not. You might ask lilni. Judges Klrkpatrick und Reeder, wno have been conducting a live canvass of Pike county, report that the feeling against Hurt, Democratic congressional nominee, even In his own home, is very hitter. The tide In favor of Republican ism In the Eighth grows stronger every day. Hurt Is getting frightened. Judge Mayer, of Clinton county, hns the right Idea. He will not naturalize aliens who cannot speak Kngllsh. lie believes, with the better class of judges of both inrtles nowadays, that there's such a thing as being too confoundedly generous with the privileges of American citizenship. John It, Jones' candidacy up the valley is a revelation In enthusiastic campaign ing. The ovations he receives among his neighbors and friends evince a popularity surpassed by few candidates for pol tleal olllce. It Is simply a question of plurality In the case of Mr. Jones. John U. Farr Is not doing much loud talklngovcrlnthe First district; but ho is winning over a lively lot of votes. The parent of the free text book law doesn't have to blow a loud trumpet In this cam paign. His works speak for him. PeterO'Boyle, the Democratic candidate for district attorney In I.tuerne, Is con ducting a quiet canvass; but the Repub licans would do well to keep an eye upon him. t The local Democratic organctle sticks to Its dollar-a-day lie with all the grim tenacity that a drowning man clings to a straw. And it's such an old lie, too. t Results count. Representative Scran ton guns for results. FORGING AHEAD- FOB ou The one that WILL DO THE J,UST toward niakmg THE BOY a strong, hou est, uracticul, conscien tious, self-supporting, maniy aiak, aua THE GIRL a pure, unselfish, helpful, c ci mplisueu. sell reliant, womanly WOMAN, Scranton has such a school. It Is the Scranton Business College A postal card request will bring a Jour nal telling about tne institution. Visitors will be welcomed at any time. BUCK, WHITMORE & CO., Prop 'is COR. ADAMS AND LINDEN. 11 BE GOLDSITH'S BAZAAR. OR FINEST FOREIGN ES AT LESS THAN ONE-HALF VALUE. o i i V GOODS h T THIS STAGE of the season overdue shipments often place the importers at the mercy of accommodating retailers, with large outlet. Through such a chan nel came several very choice lines that now go on our counters at half what they would have brought in the usual way. Of these extraordinary specials we submit the following specimens: 1,000 yards Drap de Paris, 45 inches wide, in all of the new shades; could not be im ported to retail regularunder $1.25, Our Price on Them 59 Cents. 1,250 yards of the finest French Whipcords, all shades; would have to be retailed regularly at $1.50, Our Price on Them 75 Cents. 1,500 yards German Costume Cloths, 50 inches wide, all colors; ordinarily sold at $1.50, Our Price on Them 89 Cents. Silks away under last year's prices for anything like equal quality. Cutters, 22-inch Black Gros Grains, purest stock, wear guaranteed; formerly $1.25, Our New Price, 87 Cents. Brocaded Japanese Silk, 24 inches wide, for evening wrear, heretofore $1.00, Our New Price, 75 Cents. Striped, Figured and Plain Changeable Taffetas, so desirable for waists; elsewhere $1, Our New Price, 75 Cents. HILL & GQNNELL 131 AND 133 WASHINGTON AVE., Have just received a carload of , the celebrated Do You Wear Shoes If you do and need a new pair, why not examine the stock of The Lackawanna Store Association, Llm. Corner Lacka. and Jefferson Aves. We are sole agents In this city for the J. B. TURNER & CO. High tirade Shoes for men's wear (these shoes took Hrst pre mium at the World's Fair, Chicago), and for EDWIN C. BURT & CO.'S Celebrat ed Shoes for ladies' wear. We also handle the following lines: rorLAIHES,MISSES and CHILDREN. O. P. Ferd & Co., ThMii.vl. Plant Co., II. 8. Albright & Co. FOR MliN. Strong & Carroll, J. & U. Fitzpatrirk, btney, Adams & Co., If desired, will take measure and order special pairs from any factory In the country. Our aim Is to be prompt, to give our customers the best attention and lowest prices, guaranteeing satisfaction on all our goods. We also carry a fine line of GROCER IMS. HARDVVARK, DRY ;OOD3, CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, etc. A trial is whit n-n ak of our citizens and we will endeavor to plvus class of American, citizens which has greater reason to shun the T" 1 1 . J ( . hould be supported for a local office Pa"y vu.ci s acqu.r- because he Is a "good fellow," Bhould ,ng 8 more Lopeful oad ,ntelliKeat ia have no weight with an intelligent Pdence of that deceitful party or- Eepublican voter. An ounortunltv is gantzatlou than these same citizens at hand to again teach the "good fel- whose ancestors have come to this lows" that they are in bad company. country from the land which English economic bull dozing has ruined. An Ideal Servant. Seeing the mistake in their first line The ability, experience and integrity of attack, the Democratic bosses are of Clarence E. Pryor have long been trying to make the candl-iates believe conceded, even by his political oppon- that they were accorded empty honors ents.who in nominating Sheriff Fahey in convention. If this be true, why as his antagonist in this campaign is the Democracy troubled? Upon gave evidence of their appreciation of what theory does It beat the earth and nt, rryor s strength. tear its hair? The nominations ten- There is abundant reason for this dered to Mr. Vausrhan and to Mr. popularity or tne present Republican O'Malley were the nominations that prothonotary, however. No produces- each was willing to accept, and that sor in that difficult and responsible of-1 each U today confident of turning Into The Best Equipped I'lant. Wllkes-Barro News-Dialer, Oct. 10: "The Scranton Tribune appeared in a new dress of type on Saturday and a'so mu le the announcement that In the future the composition work on the papir would be done by machinery. The Improvements mean an outlay of $J3,0C0. The Tribune plant is now, beyond question, the host equipped In this section of the state. And the paper Itself has long occupied a place In the front rank. The News-Dcaler congratulates Its contemporary on its success." Making Important Snides. Philadelphia Times, Oct. l(i: "The Scranton Tribune Is making Important strides In u business way, IU enterprising proprietors having invested $J5,nuJ In new typesetting machines and type, adding largely to the facilities for getting out a metropolitan newspaper. The Tribune Is a truly representative morning journal, every page replete with the boat product of excellent management and munificent support." Typographical Appearance F.ccllcnt. Wllllamsport Times, Oct. 15: "The Scranton Tribune has purchased Mergcn- thaler linotype machines, and appeared on Saturday nlmost entirely composed on them. The 'new dress' was mo.it satisfac tory, the typographical appearance of the paper being excellent. The Tribune is up to the times in. this and many other re spects, and has our heart!e3t congratulations." Prosperous mid Progressive. Troy, N. Y., Times, Oct. lfi: "The Scran ton Tribune Is both prosperous nnd pro gressive. Us latest Improvement Is the In troduction of typesetting m.ichlnes of the pattern In use In the Troy T mes compos ing room". The Tribune In Its new Cress is attractive, and Is In better shnpe than ever to brighten the Ideas of the dwellers In northeastern Pennsylvania." Will lluvo .Machines I.Ike 'P.m. Wllkcs-Burro Times, Oct. 15: "The Scranton Tribune is printed entirely from the linotypes set up nnd cast by the Mergentmuer machines and It Is now a hnndsomer paper than ever. The Times' quota of the same machines will bo here in a few weeks, having to be made to or der, and then wo promise a few pensatlons, ICach machine does the work of three men and whllo their employment will neces sarily throw out of work a few men there Is no doubt that the greatly Increased umount of matter required by the reai'crs of modern papers will ultimately compel the employment of enough additional ma chines to set the men all at work again." "The best business desk in the world," which are offered at greatly reduced prices. The reduced prices at which this celebrated desk is now of fered make them the cheapest in the market. Within the ltcat'll Of all. AS LOW AS $19. BLANK BOOKS A FULL ASSORTMENT. A full line of oflice Furniture, Type Writing Desks and Chairs. 9 IKilp w ft dm LETTER COPYING BOOKS II OUR SPECIAL. A wo-naize 10x12 Book, bound in cloth, sheep back and corners, guaran teed to give satisfaction, ONLY 90 CENTS, FINE STATIONERY AND ENGRAVING Just received a nice new line of SILK SHADES in choice colors and styles. Our slock of Ilanquet, Piano and Parlor Lamps Is complete. Havlland China, Carlsbad and Amer ican China, Dinner and Tea Sets In many HtyloB-, also a number of open stock pat terns from which you can select what piece you want. COURSEN, CLEMONS & CO. 422 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. REYNOLDS BROS. Stationers and Engravers, 317 LACKAWANNA AVE DR. HILL & SOI ALBANY DENTISTS. HE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO SCRANTON AND WILKES-BAR RE, PA, Manufacturers of ocomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers, HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. General Office: SCRANTON, PA. 1 w That' everything that costs the same is not of the same value? If you have ever been "stuck" in any of your purchases you will readily sec the force of Ibis state ment. Everybody who buys anything knows that what you buy does not depend wholly on the amount of money spent. One person can make a dollar go farther than an other can two dollars. And those "one dollar people" we are apt to call lucky, and envy them their luck in Gnding bargains Yet it is as true of "buying" as of other things, that success is not the result of luck, but can be ob tained by everybody at the ex pense of a little thought There is a good deal in KNOWING HOW. HULL & CO., 205 WYOMING AVENUE. mn Set teeth, $.r.50; best set, $8; for gold caps and teeth without plates, calledcrown and bridge work, call for prices and refer ences. TONAI.GIA, for extracting tectb without pain. No ether. No gas. OYER FIEST NATIONAL. BANK. iv.'., -J MM; If you would have the LARGEST Amount of heat from the LEAST Amount of fuel, you must have a Howard Furnace. DR. E. GREWER, The Philadelphia Specialist, and his asso ciated staff of Kngllsh and German physicians, are now permanently located at Old Post office Building, Corner Penn Avenue and Spruce Street. The doctor Is a graduae of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania, formerly demon strator of physiology and surgery at the Medlco-Chlrurglcal college of Philadel phia. His specialties are Chronic, Ner vous, Skin, Heart, Womb and Blood dis eases. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM The symptoms of which are dlzzlness.lack of conlldence, sexual weakness lu men and women, ball rising In throat, spots floating before the eyes, loss of memory, unable to concentrate the mind on ona subject, easily startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull distressed mind, which unfits them for performing the actual du ties of lite, making happiness Impossible, distressing the action of the heart, caus ing flush of heat, depression of spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear, dreams.mel ancholy, tire easy of company, feeling as tired In the morning as when retiring, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling, confusion of thought.depresslon, constipa tion, weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected should consult us immediately ard be restored to perfect health. Lost Manhood Restored, Weakness of Young Men Cured. If you have been given ud by your phy sician call upon the doctor and be exam ined. He cures the worst cases of Ner vous Debility, Scrofula, Old Sores, Ca tarrh, Piles, Female weukness, Affeo tions of the Eye, Ear, Nosu and Throut. Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Cancers ana Cripples of every description. Consultations free and strictly Bacred nnd conlldenlal, Ofrlce hours dally from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 9 to 2. Enclose live Z-cent Btamps for svmtpoin blanks and my book called "New Life." 1 will pay one thousand dollars In gold to anyone whom I cannot cure of EPI LEPTIC CONVULSIONS or FITS. DR. E. GREWER, Old Post Oflice Bulldlmr. corner Penn avenue and Spruce street. SCRANTON, PA. Foote & Shear Co. The American Position, From the Lebanon Dally News. ' The press of this state Is speaking out In no uncertain tones against the Indiffer ence, not to say recklessness, some Judges of courts manifest In granting naturalis ation papers to foreigners who have come into this country, many of whom simply lnnoirJirD and Get the nc VV JQOJQIV BEST. lor many years this Piano has stood in the front ranks. It has been admired so much for its pure, rich tone, that It has become a standard for tone quality, until it is considered the highest compliment that can be paid any Piano to say "IT RESEMBLES THE WEBER." We now have the full control of this Piano for this section as well as many other fine Pianos which we are sell ins at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments. Don't buy until you see our goods and get our prices. GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE Cauliflower, Pickling Onions, Horse Radish Root, Green Ginger Root, Pickling Cucumbers, Mangoes, Hot Peppers, Garlic Dill And every thing used In tht manufacture of Pickles. PIERCE'S HARKET, PENN AVENUE. DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN VETERINARY SURGEON AND VETERINARY DENTIST. TELEPHONE 12912. Prompt attention to calls for treatment of all domestic animals. Veterinary Medicines carefully com pounded and for sale at reasonable rates. Oince at the Blume Carriage Works, 121 MX COURT, Scranton, where I direct shoeing afternoons. Graduate of the American Veterinary College and the Columbian School of Comparative Medicine. -1 Y. M, C. A. BUILDING. 224 WYOHING AVENUE, SCRANTON. IP YOUR OLD BOOKS ilKED FIX ING, BEND THEM TO The Scranton Tribune) Bookbinding Dept.