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THK SCKANTON T1UBUN13-THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1900.
This Institution wns Intended to
meet Ihe wsnls of people ho
work, who make llHlf. ami cn
save but a little- at tl. I'.tMy
help is extended to nuke llio
wav easy to accumulate i tunic
account, Small mim from one
dime up rc leeched, and the
absence nt formalities the con
cnlcnt hours, and the ury Ktnsll
nuns needed to milrtaln the ac
count explain the popularity ol
Dime Deposit and
3 per itnt. Interest paid on all tlmo
Chas du Pont tlreck. President
It C. Dunham, Cashier
Tub Monnnt Haiiuwakk sro
Is a Steillng Range that
is especially designed for
It Fits Snugly
in ft corner saving space.
The large ash pan is re
moved through an opening
under the "Sterling Draw
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. Washington Ave
3 The People's Shoe Store E
Herc'a a chance to make your "shoe" g
money do double dutj. t
von want hiions. fc
WE WmNT MORBKOOM
We are determined to close out at once
the balance, ol the Morris Dros stock
to make room (or our
NEW SPRING STOCK
Therefore, we hae
the Roods at prices that will surprise
Stylish OUflCO tow In Price,
Serviceable OHULO High In Quality
3150 Lacka. Ave. g
331 Wyoming avenue, next door to Ho
tel Jermyn. Residence, 1T00 Sanderson
avenue. Experienced, practical, scien
tific. No complaints against charces or
Hair on Ladies' Paces permanently
removed by Electrolysis. Llcctrlcal Face
Massa;e. Manicuring. Comedones Removed.
Shampooing, bealp Treatment.
MISS. S. A. MBLIiY, MR& M. S. ELLIS.
901 Mulbsrry St, from o a. m to 5 p m
;et! l'enn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN.
Sirs Thomas Sprajtic and Mits pugue .'re il
L. N Kramer, of Neu ork, Is lilliifr his
former home lu this tit).
P.ev. Charles Manic, of Kingston, called on
friends in this city jcterda
.Mrs Thomas (hike and daigltrr, of Horns
dale, uic guests of Mis. IV. M. Gardiur.
T, II. llenton, of the Rrantnn Ueddinc rom
panj, has returned I rom a l.lt to Now Soik
Mr. and Mrs .1 ) W ritiGlbbon are eucsts
at the residence of Mrs r'lUGibbon". mother,
at 713 Adams awnue.
The recent poem ol lion John E ltairctt, the
editor of the Truth, on ' Tho W'orkinginan,"
as printed In jestcrday's New York Journal
Mrs. John KaulTman, of Prescott aienuc, went
to Delaware, V .1 . to UIt her daughter, Mis
I)aid DcWnc, who Is aeiiously ill at her home
in that place
Henry A Isje, of Duninore, was awarded the
alumni fellowhlp in .Vew- Testament studies at
the rlght ninth annual commencement of the
Princeton Theological seminary.
City Detecthe Molr was In Wilkes Barre jes
terday for the purpose of siring up the crooks
who may bo following in the train of the Kore
paugh and St lis Brothers' cirrus.
Hon. PI chard F. Schwara, of Stroud township,
and A. W. DUkson, of this ilty, hae been ap
pointed trustees for the Mate Jiormuil School
by Superlntendtnt of Public Instruction Stuaef
fer. They are reappointed, their terms expiring
on Monday last. Professor George I. Bible will
be reappointed principal of the school.
t the Proinlthe Methodist state conference,
held In Taniimia this week, Hu. O. Proswr,
who for thn last the jears has beerr pastor of
the TrlmitUc Methodist church, on last Market
street, was assigned to the Second church at PI)
mouth, his time here having expired Ite G
"Lees Is the. new pastor of the Fast Market street
20 Bhares Colliery Engineer Co.
stock for sale. R. i:. Comegys, Dime
" ' . ' '.
For morbid conditions take Beech
Smoke The Popular runch Cigar, 10"
THIS IS CIRCUS DAY.
Forepaugh and Sells Brothers' Show
Exhibits Here Today.
The Adam rorepaugh it ml Hells
Ui others' dreus will exhibit In this
city today on tho Ash stieet grounds.
It was In Wllkcs-Dane esterday,
wheic It save nreat satisfaction, belnu
voted tho rrreatest circus seen there In
yeuts. Tho route that will ho tra creed
by this morning's parade la as follows:
From Ash street grounds to Capouxe
uvpiiup, to l'enn avenue, to Mulbeny
street, to Franklin avenue, to Lacka
wanna avenue, to Adams aenue, to
Spruce street, to l'enn avenue, to Lin
den street, to Washington avenue, to
tho grounds Street Commissioner
Thomas will lme all the streets roped
off, to pieent the uowds from block
The menageiles of the Forepaugh
Sells establishment are said to be the
most phenomenul collections of the
kind ever assembled, Among tho per
forming animals are thiee distinct
groups of trained elephants, taught In
different schools and entltely unlike.
IJIght of the largest of the Korepaugh
contingent dance a riuadillle, which la
said to be the most icmaikable exhibi
tion of animal training on record Cap
tain Woodward's seals and sea lions
the only group of the kind In tho world
will lejolce the joungsters especially.
Another rate treat for the children will
be the unique perfotmanco of the baby
elephant, "Cuba," an Indian zebra, and
a group of Hungarian ponies In ono
giand fiollc. Jules Can's educated
grizzly boars are another "animal act"
The equestrian, ncrlallstle, acrobatic
and hippodrome acts are numerous nnd
novel Most of them were especially
engaged In Europe. Among the most
notable are the thiee tioupes of gym
nastic comets the Dunhams, the Pot
ters and the Ryan, Weltzol and Zorclla.
trio. Their thrilling feats aio per
formed at dizzy heights. On the giound
arc numerous troupes of acrobats, the
most notable of whom are the Dam
mans and tho Mlllettcs. An especial
feature Is the clown contingent. The
supeilatlvo equestrian featuie will be
the appearance of tho riding cham
pions of all earth. Among them nie
Oscar Lewanda, Urncst Melville. Will
iam Gorman, France Reed, William
Demott, Sam Bennett, Paul Dcvcne.
Walter Louc, the two Correas, Fiank
Oakley, Miss Qulka Meers, of tho calc
inated familv of riders; Miss Rose
Dockerell, Miss Sally Stlckney, pupil
of her lenowned father, Robert Stlck
ney: Miss Josle Ashton nnd Miss Mari
etta Couea. Such n contingent of all
classes of riders has never before been
Towering among a host of titan fea
tures will bo Hassan All, the Egyptian
giant. He Is making his first tour of
the United States as a feature of the
Forepaugh-Sells show. Hassan All Is
said to be even taller than Chang, tho
Chinese giant. Other novel nnd amaz
ing features occur so frequently In tho
three hours' progi amine that a mere
mention of them would occupy more
space than at command.
MRS. SOANLON'S SUDDEN DEATH
Expired While She Was Seated in
Mrs. Catherine Scanlon, wife of An
thony Scanlon, of 10S Anthony stieet,
expired suddenly about 5 30 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, while seated In a.
chair at her home. She had been ap
parently well and did not complain of
Illness at any time previous to her
death. Her son, Dr. E. P. Scanlon, re
turned .home at the supper hour and
found her seated In the chair, and
spoke to her as usual, but did not get
a response, nnd when he drew closer to
her found that she was dead, though
the body was yet warm.
Mis. Scanlon was a well-known wo
man, and possessed tialts of character
which endeared her to all who knew
her. In her younger days she was
prominent In church and charitable
work, and attained much prominence
tlnough those channels.
She Is survived by the following sons
and daughters: Thomas, of Galveston,
Tex ; Michael, of Memphis, Tenn., Jo
seph, of New York; James, of Blng
hamton; Dr. E. F, John, Mis. James
Reynolds and Mrs. G. P. Monaghan,
of this city. The f uncial announce
ment will be made later.
HANGING FROM A TREE.
Body of John Riley Found on Clover
John Rllej, aged 53 ears, was found
hanging to a tree on Clover Hill, In
the Third ward, late yesterday after
noon. He was dead, and appearances
Indicated that the man had committed
suicide several dais ago. The discovery
of the lifeless body was made by James
Gllhooley und Walter Smith, of Wales
stieet, who were out In the woods
searching for a stiay horse. The bos
reported the find to Patrolman Saltiy,
who reported It to the North Scranton
police station and also to Coioner
Itoberts Riley was a hostler by oc
cupation nnd for some time past had
been employed ut Bernaid McGieevy's
hotel at Chinchilla So far as known
the dead man had no family
The supposition Is that while In .1
fit of despondency, due to excessive
drinking, Riley wandered off Into the
woods and took his life. Coroner Rob
eits last night gave pel mission by tele
phone to the Noith Scranton pollco to
cut tho body down, which was done at
An Epidemic of Whooping Cough.
Last w Inter during an epidemic of
whooping cough my children contract
ed the disease, having severe coughing
spells Wo had used Chamberlain'?
Cough Remedy very successful!) for
croup and naturally turned to It at
that time and found it relieved the
cough and effected a complete cure
John E Clifford, proprietor Norwood
House, Norwood, N. Y. This remedy
Is for sale by all druggists. Matthews
Biothets, wholesale and retail agents
Trains to and from Speedway Cross
ing. The Erie and Wjomlng lallroad will
stop all their passenger trulns at
Speedway crossing, commencing today.
Faie ono way, ten cents; round trip,
fifteen cents. Only a shoit walk from
ciosslng to the club house.
Asphyxiated by Gas.
Wllkis Hane, Ma) 0 Jason M. Case, a
wealthy contractor and build) r of Porranicton,
this count), was asph)xlated by gas In heith
line's hotel, In this clt, at noon today At
noon todiy whin a doimttlu opened the door of
hi room she found him dead In led. It Is
thought be accidentally turned the gas on after
extinguishing the light. The coroner will lnes
0 Per Cent. Gold Bonds
for sale. U. E. Comegys, Dime Bank
Mrs. Weathers Tried to
Kill Herself and
INFANT'S NARROW ESCAPE
She Hacked the Tin oat of Her Flve
Y ear-Old Daughter with n Knife
nnd Then Turned It Against Her
Own Throat, Afteiwards Beating
Herself on tho Head with a
Hatchet Made an Effort to Strike
Her Infant Child, but Her Strength
Failed Her from Loss of Blood Be
fore She Could Reach the Bed.
Mrs. John Weatheis, icsldlng on
Llovd street, Just above .Summit ave
nue, made a dcspenito but fortunately
unsuccessful attempt vcstcula) morn
ing to kill hoi two young chlldicn and
ti end her own life.
Both heisclf and the eldest child are
now lvlng In the Lackawanna hospital
seriously Injuied as the icsult of this
Mis. Weathers nnd her two chlldicn
llo In a small two-room house or
shanty on Llovd street, and were ap
parently In the most abject poverty.
Tho oldest child Is a girl named
Maty, Just 5 veais old, while the
oungest Is an infant In arms only
about 10 months old.
The liusbniul was emplo)ed up to
last week as a laborer ut ono of the
North Scranton mines and was a man
of dissipated habits,
Accoidlng to the testimony of the
neighbors, he ubiibcd Mis. Wcatheis
shamefully and was last week at test
ed for assaulting her.
He was held In ball, In delault of
which he was committed to tho county
Jell, where he Is now awaiting the ac
tion of tho giand Jury.
Since his an est Mis. Weather has
been very despondent
According to the Btory told by Mary,
who, despite her age, Is a very bright
and Intelligent child, Mrs. Weathers
sent out for some beer yesterday morn
ing and drank consldciable of It.
She says that about 11 o'clock her
mother locked tho door of the back
room and, picking up a table knife
from the table dellbeiately hacked at
her (Marv'B) throat.
The mother, the little glil says, then
cut herself In the throat twice with
the knife and, picking up a hatchet,
stiuck at her head with It. She then
ran towards tho bed on which the In
fant lay, with the hatchet In her hand,
evidently with the intention of brain
ing it. Tho child says, however, that
as she reached the bed she fell over
on It helpless, piobably fiom loss of
Mary, though bleeding badly fiom
the wound In her tin oat, rushed next
door and told Mrs. A. Buchta, who
lives there, what her mother had done.
Mrs. Buchta accordingly sent her son
at top speed after Dr. J. B. Coiser,
and hurtled Into the house heiself.
She found Mrs. Weatheis l)Ing on the
bed next tho Infant, vvhlcr- was liter
ally covered with blood from her
wounds, but was uninjured.
Di. Corser arrived a few minutes
later and dressed the wounds of both.
There were two slashes upon the wo
man's throat, both about three Inches
long and very deep, but neither veiy
dangerous. Her stalp was also badly
lacerated where she had struck it with
The little girl's cut was more seri
ous and she had an exceedingly nar
iow escape fiom death.
The cut on her throat Is thiee In
ches long and Just misses by almost a
hall's bicadth, the jugular vein, the
sevetanco of which means an Imme
diate lots of enough blood to cause
death almost .it once.
Later In the day both mother and
child weie removed In the ambulance
to the Lackawanna hospital, where
they are now resting.
The hospital surgeons say that both
will lecover. Mrs. Weathers Is lying
In a sort of stupor and has said noth
ing about the affair whatever.
It is thought that she must have
been In an Intoxicated condition when
she committed the awful deed.
Friday, May 85, Will Be So Desig
nated at the Street Fair.
A commlttteo of the local lodge jf
Elks, consisting of Messis. Emll
Welchcl, Cojnc, Smith and Connor
v islted Wllkes-Barro Tuesday night,
and as a tesult of their visit It has
been decided to have Friday, May 23,
known as Wllkes-Baire Jay at the
Elks' stieet fair.
The Scianton Railway company has
piomlsed to do something handsome
for the Elks In connection with the
1 5c Per Box
E. Q. Coursen
Wholesale and Retail.
FRIDAY EVENING'S LECTURE.
It Will Be Given in the Penh Avenuo
J, W. Bi owning, president of tho
City and County Christian Endeavor
unions, In behalf of the YoiThg People's
society of the Penn Avenuo Baptist
church, earnestly requtsts the mem
bers of all the young people's societies
In the various churches to attend the
lecture by W. A. Gillespie, of Phila
delphia, on Friday evening.
Aside from the Intel est which may
ultach to tho lecture for those who
may be tho accredited delegates to thr
London Chtlstlan Endeavor conven
tion, tho magnlllcent views, giving an
Ideal tour through the principal cities
and countries of Europe, will affoul
both pleasing entertainment and profit
able Instiuctlon for all who attend.
These views Include London, Paris,
Swltzctland, tho Rhine, Home, Milan,
tho Passion Play, and many othcis of
equal Interest. No cards of admission
will be necessary, but tho committee
request a silver offeilng ut the door to
meet the necessary expanses.
Mr. Gillespie Is one of tho most
prominent wotkers In the young po
ple's movement In Pennsylvania. An
informul icceptlon will bo given him
by the young people of the city, In the
church parlors nftei thu lecture. The
public generally will bo coidlally wel
comed. GO TO EASTON TODAY.
Thirteenth Regiment Will Be an
Important Feature of Today's
Paiade at That Place.
The local companies of the Thir
teenth regiment will start at S o'clock
th's moiiilng for Easton to participate
In the exeiclses attendant upon the
dedication of the Nottlmmpton county
soldlcis' and sailors' monument.
Tho regiment will make tho trip In
two sections. Colonel Wntres nnd
staff, with Companies A, F, II and
L, comprising the Thlid battalion,
commanded by Major Frank Robllng;
and Company G, of Montrose, whlclf
is In the Second battalion, will go by
way of the Jersey Cential.
Tho First battalion, composed of
Companies B, C. D and K, and com
manded by Lieutenant Colonel F. W.
Stlllwell, together with Company E,
of Honcsdale, of the Second battalion,
go by way of the Delaware and Hud
son and Lehigh Valley. Company M,
of Tunkhannock, also of tho Second
battalion, will Join Lieutenant Colonel
Still .veil's command at the "cut-off"
at Plttston, where they will be in
waiting In a special car. The other
company of the Second battalion,
Company I, of Easton, will meet the
local companies upon their arrival and
escort them to the armory, where cof
fee and sandwiches will bo served.
It Is expected Easton will be reach
ed by both sections before 10 o'clock
a, m. The paiade takes place In. the
afternoon. Eight thousand men will
bo In line, including a regiment of
Jersey r.illltln. Major B. Rush Field,
commander of the Second battalion of
the Thirteenth, Is mayor of Easton
and has promised to see that the sol
diers from up this way are made much
of. It Is unlerstood that arrange
ments have been made to give them
a tare day's entertainment. Amons
the fcatutes is a military ball at Com
pany I's armory. On account of the
ball th time for making the return
trip has not been decided upon.
Thin will be the first time the ex
panded regiment has marched to
gether. Us full sliength its CM men
and very few absentees are anticipat
ed. Colonel Watres will have his
headquarters at the United States
hotel, and there Adjutant Atherton
will iceelve the morning lerorts If
convenient a Iress paiade will be con
ducted for tho edification of .Major
Field's townsmen, and the thousands
of visitors who will flock thither fiom
all tho county 'round.
Company D, of Honesdale, and Com
pany G, of Montrose, arrived here early
last night and spent the night at the
armory. They slept on the floor, with
only their blankets nnd overcoats for
bed and bedding. Up to 11 o'clock they
wore peimltted to go about the city
and sec the sights.
THE LAWRENCEVILLE CLUB.
Held a- Meeting Last Night and
The Lawrenepvillc John R. Jones
Republican club held a meeting last
evening and plected the following of
ficeis: Chairman, John Willis; secro
taiy, Morgan W. Williams; treasurer,
Wesley Johnson. A committee on
resolutions was appointed, consisting
of William Jones, Christopher Burns
nnd Morgan W. Evans. A number of
speeches were delivered by the differ
ent membern and suggestions made
about getting the vote out at the com
ing Republican primal les.
The committee on icsolutions re
potted resolutions endorsing the
Republican state ticket and plat
form, commend the work of
Hon. William Connell In con
gress, and favored the nomination
of John R Jones for district attorney.
NEW EPISCOPAL RESIDENCE.
Bishop Hoban Has Practically De
cided Upon the Plans for It.
Bishop Hoban has piaetlcally de
cided upon plans for a new residence
to leplace the building tu which he
now resides on Wyoming avenue The
present episcopal residence was erect
ed years ago, and for several years has
been scarcely habitable
As the building Is the official home
of the head of the diocese, the building
will be erected with diocesan funds.
It will be In keeping with the dignity
of the use to which It will be devoted.
"Put a Kodak in Your Pocket."
when you travel on tho Lake Shore
and Michigan Southern Railway. No
other road passes through such beauti
ful scenery and offeis such excellent
chances to the amateur photographer.
Moreover, flist-class tickets on the
Lake Shore Railway are subject to
stopover privileges, and traveleis be
tween Buffalo and the West can bieak
their Journey wherever they wish to
take Interesting pictures.
Steam Heating and Plumbing.
P. F. & M. T. Howley,231 Wyoming ave.
Smoke The I'ocono, Be. cigar.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
lias been used for over FIFTY YKAItH by
MILLIONS of Jl 01 IltltS for their CUILimi.N
wllll.K 1KETHINO. with ITIIUCT feUtUss
It BOOTIII'S the CHILD. SOrTENb the fJUMS,
ALLAV.8 all PAIN; CUKES WIND COLIC, and
Is the best remedy for DJARRHOUv. Bold by
Drucsista In emy part ot the world, De sure
and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing; feyrup,"
and tske no other kind. Twenty-live cents 1
SCRANTON TO HAVE
A WEATHER STATION
OBSERVER AND ASBISTANT TO
BE LOCATED HERE.
It Will Bs Installed on Top of Some
High Building and Dally Observa
tions Will Be Taken It Will Be
Established Heie Aftor July 1.
Congressman William Connell and
Secretary Atheitop, of the Board
of Tiade, Deserve Credit for This
Through the effoits of Congressman
William Connell and Sccictaty Dolph
B. Atherton, of the board of trade,
Scranton Is to have, ufter July 1, p
Secretaiy Atherton lerelved a letter
yesterday morning from Mr. Connell,
stating that the lccommendatlon of
Chief Mooie, of tho weather bureau,
that a weather station be located here
had been favorably endorsed by Sec
retary of Agriculture Wilson, and that
the official older for the establishment
of tho station will go Into effect on
For over four years Mr. Atherton has
been in correspondence with Mr. Mooie
upon the matter. It having always been
a pet hobby of his. Tho project re
ceived the hearty endorsement of Mi.
Connell, nnd the citizens of this city
owe much to him and to the board or
trade for this iccognltlon by tho agri
cultural department, as It places Scran
ton In the same class with New York,
Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Bos
ton and other large cities where
weather stations aio Installed.
Hcictofore this city has only been
what Is known as a signal station,
where weather flags weie displayed
and records kept of tho tempertaure,
talnfall, velocity of wind, etc. As soon
us the station Is Installed, however, an
experienced observer, an assistant nnd
a corps of clerks will be located on tho
top of some high building and dally
observations will be taken. Maps will
bo printed and sent out giving com
plete weather data, and Scranton will
be noted upon nil official weather re
ports sent out fiom Washington.
It required a great deal of diplomacy
to put the matter tlnough, for If some
of the other congressmen realized that
Scranton was to get a weather station
they would have Immediately sent In
urgent requests that their dtsttlcts also
be allowed stations. Congressman Con
nell Is a member of the sub-committee
on agriculture, which reported
favorably on the apptoprlatlon bill pro
viding funds for the establishment of
the station, and ho rendeied most valu
able service In securing this favorable
Agents of the weather buieuu are
expected here In a few weeks to make
arrangements foi the location of the
station, and It is expected that there
will be a deal of rivalry as to which
building It will be established upon.
DOES JUSTICE DEMAND THISP
Regrettable Imprisonment, if Her
Story Is True.
Because there was no one at hand
possessed of $200 and a little compas
sion, Mis. Jane Connelly, aged fifty
one, of Ferdinand street, the mother of
fourteen chlldien, and who besides Is
raising four grandchildren, was sent to
the county jail last night to await trial
on a charge of assault and battery,
preferred by her husband. Aldeiman
Meyers committed hei.
Her offense, It appears, consisted of
thtowlng dishwater on her husband.
JONES RENTS TWO ELEPHANTS.
District Attorney Has Another
Novel Advertising Scheme.
Another novel advertMng scheme Is
to be spiling today by the resource
ful John IS. Jones, whose campaigning
tour on a gallv lllumlred trolley car
with brass band accompaniment cre
ated such a furore six years ago.
The circus Is the thing now. Mr.
Jones has at ranged with the manage
ment of the Forepaugh-Sells Brothors'
The woman who
wants a fine sail
or at the price of
an inferior one,
will do well to
buy one of these
hats we offer at
$2.00 and $2.50.
We only have a
few of them and
they go on sale
today. Come early
"On the Square."
203 Washington Avenue.
C. F. BECKWITH & CO.,
Mine and Mill Supplies,
OFFICE-DImc Bank Building.
shown to have the life of the two big
Rest elephants In their inenagarlo to
carry his advertisements. Ono will bo
n banner reading "Vote for John It.
Jones for District Attorney nnd You
Won't Unvo tin Elephant on Your
Hands." On the other will be the le
gend "John R, Jones Will Enter thu
ltlng for District Attorney." Tho ele
phants will bo In the rarnde and will
nlso nppear In the rings nt tho cir
cus at both the afternoon nnd ovcnlinr
DID A GRAND YEAR'S WORK.
Annual Meeting of the Second Pres
Tho annual meeting of tho Second
Presbyteilan church, to hear reports
from the various societies on chunii
work, was held last night. Thcio was
much IntorpBt manifested.
The leports showed a geueiat ad
vance in actlvo sci Ice. Tho Sundas
school has an attendance of S70, and
there aro 784 church nicmbcis enrolled
Tho sum of $U,G27 was i.ilscd for bene
ficence, of which 0,750 wns devoted to
homo missions and JJ.SST for foreign
missions. For congiegatlonal purposes
tho sum of $11,751 was lalscd, making
a total of $23,281, for beneficent nnd
The vailouu societies and tho congre
gation In geneinl woio waimly con
giatulated by tho pastor, Itov C E.
Robinson, D. D., on the cat's work,
WORKMAN TELL FIFTY FEET.
Was Employed in Razing tho L. I.
& S. Company Oro Roaster.
Philip Monaghan, of the South Side,
wns badly Injured by u fall from a
scaffold at the Lackiiwrnna lion and
Steel company's toaster i,cai Nay Aug
The roaster, which was elected thfe
years ago at ti cost of $210,000, has 11 jt
been used much of late, and It Is be
ing taken down to bo shipped to Leb
anon, where the company's ore mines
nre located. Monaghan was one of
the gang employed In ln.lng the build
lng and whs at vvoik on a seaffold
fifty feet nbove the giound. A hloi k
on wiileh he wnj standliiK toppled nnd
caused him to fall, lie stiuck on a
pile of bricks and was so badly In
Juicd that It Is feired ho cannot 10
covcr. Smoke The Potono, So. cigar.
Of a Piano
Depends somewhat on the method of
construction, but principally on
the honesty of the manufacturer in
using the best material and skilled
Are the tesult of the highest skilled
labor, imbued with exalted ideals,
working intelligently with choicest
material. That is why these instiu
ments give such universal satis
faction. They have been befoie the public
moie than 50 years.
Catalogue and book of suggestions
Pianos of other makes at pi Ices to
suit the most economical.
Moving, Tuning nnd Repaiiing
solicited. Also Pianos to Rent.
THE ULTRA SHOE FOR LADIES,
dowlas' $3,50 SHOE
BEST IN THE WORLD,
FOR SALE AT
428 Spruce Street.
() "Start v ur ilollir lolling, but don't () "
. let it roll too far "
If You and the Present f W
(a) Present opportunities nnd tlio uv (5eJ II
S J on make of them will make jour v? '
S future Take a partner, start a si (S Imtl
W ings account in V ,
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I WRADERS7 I I
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vi( Its tlie bet iiiMiranie acaiii-t mis sj i.on
(0) fortune vim II t'nd Interet paid In (S) lllffl
ys B.uhi(;s department X yrall
() United States Depository. J
() TOIIS T POUTI'It, President () f
)K V W Watson, ice pros t X !'l
() I' L PIIIM.11'1, Caiiiicr (0) IUl
W Cor. ominff ae and Spruce st J iil
Mi) Liicknwanim Ave.
Wholesale and Retail.
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD.
Ready Mixed Tinted Painta.
Coincident, l'conomlial, Durable
Producing Perfeit Imitation of r.ipmslva Woods.
Reynolds' Wood Finish.
Iprthll) DislRneil for Insldo ork.
Maiblo Floor Finish.
Duublc and l)r;s (Julckly,
Paint Varnish and Kalso
PURR LINSKEI) OIL.TUUI'ENTINE
RIGHT AT THE FRONT.
We kirp In find l kei piuz our itooils rlsht
up itli Hie fishioiit and rilit up to the top
iioldi of rilUnie
NillKie MilrU an I Inautiful fi rinjr mckear
305 LACIAWAIA AVENUE.
Tho Popular House) Tur
Is a rcfriRCiator constructed of
the I est material l,y mnnuf ictur
era Iia Intr tent fuc jcars' ex
I erlence 'lho Ice 1 uk and shelcs
are casllj icmoalde It's a re
frigerator easily kept clem. It's
cconoinii.ll of lee Rues enough
in two Masons to paj for itself?
Hlti kinds to show )ou.
Foote & Fuller Co,
140-42 Washington Ave
We have just lecoived a caiload
of seed potatoes which we ofter at
Carmen No. 1, Caimen No. 3, Early
Puritan, Livingstone Pink Eye, Eai
ly Michigan, Maules Thoioughbied,
New Queen, New Eaily Bovee.
We H. Pierce,
11 I.ai kjw uuia e
HO 11.' Ill Penn ve.
The Dickson ManuTiictuT.il!; Co.
tcraiiton and Vlll;oi-llirr3, L't
L0C0A10TIVES, STATIONARY ENGINES
Boilers, Hoisting and Pumplnj Alachlnery
General Office, Scranton, Pa.
Maybe you think you don't
lequiie them now you may
be light, but have you thought
how veiy boon you may need
themP Bettei mako your se
lection now while wo can show
you a full assortment and while
weather is pleasant enough to
walk down town. This gives
you an idea as to their cost
price includes all necessary
lope, pulleys and hooks for
5x8 feet, S1.25 75
0x8 feet, SI. 00 00
8x8 feet, S2.00 SI. 15
8x10 feet, S2.50 1,50
12x12 feet, 84.25
X 221-223-225-227 Wyomln Ave J
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