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FJ-IE SCR ANTON TRI13TJNTE- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1', 1900.
crThe Scrnnton Tribune litis opened
n Branch Offlce In Cnrbondnle nnd
will print n dnlly edition devoted to
the Interests of the city, the aim be
ing to supply Cnrbondnle with ft
dnlly morning paper, containing nil
the news of the Pioneer City. Com
munlcntlons of n news nature, per
sonals nnd nil Items for publication
mny bo left nt the new offices In the
Burke Building, or mny be sent by
mnll or 'phone. E. X. Hntfleld, man
nger of the Cnrbondnle edition, will
bo pleased to receive cnllers seeking
informntion or deslroUB of impart
A BEAUTIFUL CHURCH.
The Reconstruction of the Church of
St. Roso de Limn Is Nearly Com
pleted. The I'.oniaii C'lilhollc I'luii'di i)f Ht.
IIohc do IjIiiiii, which 1ms lieon In )iro-ci-'hh
of iccoMSinictlon In Its InW'iior for
mure tluui ii yenr, Is now rapidly nwir
iiits completion. The new nmlltnrhim
will toKt In the neighborhood nf $110.
Ciiii, ami when Mulshed will he one of
the handsomest churches In the state,
If not in the entire country. Tho body
nf the church, which Is very large, has
been entirely remodelled and new pews
of oak, Mulshed in Its natural color, are
now bplnir Installed.
There are four aisles separating1 the
rows of pews, each being wide and the.
cent re isle Is ten feet across. The walls
of i lie church Inside aie llnlshed in
white enamel and sold: Riving life and
color to the interior. There are elcb
uvn beautiful stained-Khiss windows
mid between the windows are panels
painted in delicate tlnthiRS represent
ing the saints' work. Above the win
dows, i in each side of the rounded cell
Imrp, are large medallion paintlncs of
tlie saints and apostles.
On the chancel will botwo small
marble altars on each side and In the
centre of the high sold and white arch
the high altar, of carved marble, cost
ing $.-,000, will be erected. There Is a
group of paintings surrounding the
arch of great value, the one above the
high altar costing $800. The chancel Is
ornamented with the white enamel nnd
cold frieze work of the body of the
church, with tho addition of four pil
lars of onyx, two square and two
rounded. An inlaid mosaic of Mexican
onyx and Italian marble spans tho
highest point of the ceiling on each
side, with a space of white and gold
between them. The altar railing is Im
ported from Switzerland and Is of
carved marble and the finest specimen
of Its kind in any Catholic church In
There are four confessional boxes,
two at the entrance and one on each
side of the altar. These are of hand
some oak of elaborate design. The
church organ, in a gallery opposite the
altar, is ornate and Its cost Is $,1,000.
The Iter. Father Thomas Coffey, rec
tor of St. Rose, is personally superin
tending the reconstruction and has
taken charge of every detail. It is ex
pected that the church will be ready
for services In about two months.
A CHANGE AT THE HOSPITAL.
A Permanent Surgicnl Staff Appoint
ed The Institution's Modern Fa
cilities. At the last regular meeting of the
board of directors or the Carbondnle
Hospital association the members re
ceived upon making a change In the
medical and surgical staff, lleretofote
the staff lias been made up of twelve
physicians and surgeons, and one spe
cialist, and with monthly assignments.
This method of the carelaklng of pa
tients has not proven satisfactory, a. id
for this reason the change was decided
ruder the new order Ur. Alexander
V. GUlls has been appointed chief of
general surgery, Dr. John S. Nlles chief
of special surgery. Dr. David I.. H.tliev
chief of medical' staff, and Dr. W, V.
Fletcher specialist In diseases of the
ear, eye and throat. These gentlemen
are all Carbondale physlclnus and
proml'ioiu In their profession. They
are authorized to appoint two or more
physicians as their associates.
TI1I3 change will enable all physi
cians In this locality to pluce their pri
vate patients In the hospital upon tho
same terms and with the same privi
leges that have heretofore been ac
corded a limited number of practition
ers, there is also a certainty that the
chungi will result In securing the best
result!! possible In the treatment and
care of patients.
The hospital Is thoroughly equipped,
tho location Is beautiful, and under the
direction of Miss Wright, the superin
tendent, and a corps of trained nurses
there Is every reason to believe that
the surgical work done at this Institu
tion can be mnde to compare favor
ably with that of any other hospital of
like capacity, The hospital has accom
modntlons and conveniences for lifty
patients In Its three large wards and
eight private rooms, The operating
room hs recently been remodelled and
refurnished with all tho newest devices
nnd .appliances, Including an operating
table nt plate glass.
Each day, between the hours of It
and l!i In the forenoon, tho stuff will he
at tho hospital, Of course, the Indi
vidual members will be In atlendanco
at nil hours, but nt that regular time
all tho physicians named can be found
there. Tuesday and Friday are tho
days svt upart for visitors, when rela
tives a nd friends of tho uatlunts can
see them. All persons who are inter
ested In hospital work will ho welcomed
by MlKn Wright and her assistants, who
will bo pleased to show them the work
ings at the institution.
Much good work bus been nceom
pllshcd by this hospital, and the hoard
of directors are conlUlent that in th
new departure It will prove n Mill
greater boon to the unfortunate and
the afflicted -who require hospital treat
ment ttn1 carctuklng,
A Sticky Occasion.
Miss Ethel Clark, of Terrace street,
grave candy pull Tuesday evening to
a largo number ot her friends. Games,
Curett Cough or Cold at once,
Couqutrs Croup, Wlioopluj-Couch,
itlppc aud Coaiumutlou. Quick,
nuislo nnd recitations were tho other
helps to nu enjoyable occasion. Those
present Included MIhs Until Clark,
Florence Ulshop, Mary Hrennnn, Flor
ence McDonald, Mary Hughes, Lucy
Hnblnnnn, Edith Williams, Florence
Moon, Sadie l.ee, Heatrlce Dennis,
Katie Stephens, Messrs, Van Allen
Hlstod, Harold Case, Itaymond Hughes
nnd Francis Klcfer.
TUESDAY'S GREAT CROWDS.
The Ovation Given to President John
Mitchell, the Wonder of the City.
This city Is still talking of the splen
did demonstration given to President
John Mitchell by the United Mine.
Workers and other bodies of organized
labor on Tuesday evening. There wn
no question of Its being the greatest
and most enthusiastic ovation ever
given to any man In this part of the
Htnte. For over three hours, In n misty,
windy atmosphere, with frequent heavy
downpours of rain, the long lines of
liarnders cither marched through the
streets or stood In patient waiting for
their honored guest to review them and
speak to them.
Tho 7,000 paraders were but a small
portion of the throng, for the side
walks were full nnd an overflow Into
the streets stood three or four deep all
alons the route of the line of march.
Where all the people came from is a
question that every one Is discussing
today. Tlie rain did not deter them
from standing or walking around until
after President Mitchell had said his
Until midnight tho sounds of band
music lloatetl along on the gusty
breezes, as enterprising saloon men
captured the wlelders of the brazen In
struments and inveigled them Inside,
w here their loud melody enticed crowds
of men of ull ages and sizes.
Fireworks were as plenty as on In
dependence day, the mine workers hav
ing struck a bargain In them, whereby
they secured an ample stock at ten
cents on the dollar. During Mr. Mitch
ell's review of the parade from the bal
cony of the Hnnison house he was In
Imminent danger of having his clothes
set on lire or being severely burned, as
some of his admirers, with more on
thuslasni than discretion, set off Roman
candles, sky-rockets and other spout
ing fireworks from a. balcony directly
above where lie stood hatless. and most
of the time lie was in a frame or foun
tain of falling sparks, to his evident
discomfort, but he bravely stuck It out,
occasionally brushing a bright and
giowing spuri irom ins coat collar.
The Republicans wisely refrained
from carrying out their preconceived
schedule of escorting Congressman
Llttlelleld from the depot to the opera
house by a parade of their members.
It would have been Impossible for a
parade to get through the main streets
without disrupting the other and larger
parade, and In order not to do tills the
Republican club wisely .gave up th-ir
A TERRIBLE FALL.
An Old Gentleman Meets with a Bnd
Michael Duffy, of the West Side, I
came to tho central city on Tuesday
night to witness the labor demonstra
tion and to hear President Mitchell
speak. About 10 o'clock, he started
for his home on Scott street, intend
ing to get out of the wet as soon as
possible. AVith this object in view,
he chose for a homeward route the
Ontario and AVestern Hacks. This
way led him over tlie bridge thai
spans the Fall Rronk creek. As he
was crossing the bridge he missed bis
fooling, slipped on the wet planks,
and went over the side of the bridge
tailing to the creek bottom, a distance
of twenty-six feet.
Mr. Duffy, who Is nn aged gentlo-
i"ii. i I'led out for assistance when
h. was able to regain his faculties,
but the rain and the noise of Un
wind, added to the fact that this way
Is deserted at night, conspired to 'ren
der his efforts futile, and lie was com
pelled to remain where he was tin
lll daybreak this morning, when Mr.
Thomas II. Kllleen, a neighbor, woli
was on his way to work, saw Mr, Duf
fy. He tried to rescue him Tithii his
perilous position, but was unable to
do so. Mr, Klllecen then ran back and
notllled some neighbors, ami with their !
assistance Mr. Duffy was conveyed to
Dr. nillies was summoned and found
that his patient's right leg had been
broken In two places above the knee
and that his nose was broken nnd
lacerated. The fractures were re
duced and Mr. Duffy was made as
much at ease as possible. He Is now
conscious and composed.
The distance Mr. Duffy fell is Just
twenty-six feet, and Ills descent was
broken by rocks. He stands a fair
chance of recovery, however, If pneu
monia Is not Induced by his long ex
posure of over eight hours In the
drenching ruin and the creek water.
As he Is well advanced In years, his
friends are not sanguine of his re
covery to health,
The Sous of Veterans,
Past Captain W. L, Nash, of Camp
S, Scranton, will Inspect (ieormi K, Ran
dolph camp, No. 13S, this evening. All
oPlteors and meilihers should be pres
ent In full uniform.
Captain W. M, ltobbs, of Uoorge K,
Randolph camp, No. IBS. Carbondale,
will Inspect Camp No, 294, at Jormyn,
on Wednesday evening, November 7.
' Past Captain . S. Alexander, of
Cieorge E. Randolph enmp, No, LIS, will
Inspect Camp No, 8, at Scranton, on
Tuesday evening, November 13.
Fraternal visits among the above
camps will be made on the nights of
A Hallowe'en Party.
The school friends of Miss Illanelio
Cohin, of Cemetery street, gave her a
delightful surprlso last evening by as
sembllng at her home in a body for' a
Hullowo'en party. A number of en
joynble hours weia spent there In
games, onio of which wore decidedly
"spoo(;y," music nnd other pleasurable
pastimes. Lnto In the evening a charm.
Ing collation was participated In.
Celebrated His Nineteenth Year,
Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Connuughton, of
South Main street, gave a reception
Tuesday evening In honor of the nine
teenth birthday of their son John.
About 3lxty young peisons participated
In the event, among them being u lurgw
number from Scranton. After supper,
which was served early, dancing, music
and trained were Indulged In until :t
late hour. Among the features of the
evening's enjoyment was a grapho-
Young America Celebrates.
hast night was Hallowe'en In Car
bondale, ns well as In nil other places,
hut nowhere wore there more pranks
cut up In proportion to the size of tho
town. Staid and respectable elderly
citizens were a positive boon to the
facetious small hoy and his little sister,
for a long black coat makes a lovely
repository for a wide, white chalk
mark, and many a man will mutter to
himself this morning when he sees
what havoc that stocking full of Hour
wrought to his Immaculate attire. The
streets of this city were lilted with pre
cocious youngsters as soon as It grew
dark nnd gates mysteriously disap
peared, signs changed owners nnd es
tablishments, and trailing wires unset
many a line of thought and tho thinker.
Citizens who had settled down to a
quiet evening In the bosom of their
family were stirred to sudden activity
by a ring at the door und a presum
able visit, nnd after donning coat nnd
collar to go to the front entrance, hoard
tho scamper of lively feet and a snicker
of glee. A number of mnsquoradcrs
paraded up ond down the streets and
it handful of hayseed was often depos
ited in tho hair of a passerby.
Some of the pranks were of a more
malicious nature than the occasion
warranted, considerable damage being
wrought by some older boys nnd young
men, who entered Into the spirit of tho
evening with more vim than discretion.
A Hallowe'en Surprise Party.
Miss Mary Nlcliol was surprised Inst
evening by a party of frlonds, who sud
denly nppeared and took possession of
her home, turning It Into a scene of
gnyety In short order. Her South Main
street residence was it merry plnce for
tho rest or the evening. Hallowe'en
games, music and other festivities were
the order of the evening, allied with a
Requiescat in Pace.
Mrs. OorgG Porrl died ot pneumonia
yesterday morning nt her home on
Fallbrook street. She is survived by
her husband. The Interment will take
place at St. Rose cemetery at .1 o'clock
Tho Infant child ot Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Willis, of Luclnda street, died this
C. E. Excursion Rates.
A special rate of a one-way fare for
a return ticket has been secured for
those who wish to attend the Chris
tian Endeavor convention at Philadel
phia, November 20-22, and rate cards
can bo secured by any one, whether a
member of the organization or not, by
applying to M. D. Lathrope, this city.
George K. Randolph camp, No. 138,
Sons of A'eterans.
Division No. 5, A. O. H.
1 Tn ted Mine AVorkers, No. S77.
Branch No. 7T. L. C. B. A.
Local council, No. isn, Retail Clerks'
A Lecture in Dalton.
The Rev. II. J. AVhalen, or the Bap
tist church In this city, will go to Dal
ton next AVednesday evening to deliver
his lecture on "Tho AVlt and Humor ot
the Irish People," in the Baptist church
All but Three Working.
All the mines in this valley were re
! ported working yesterday but three,
! and they are expected to be In line in
a day or so.
Bitten by a Dog.
A son of Mr. Bernard McNulty. of
Pike street, was Imdly bitten on tho
bund by a dog yesterday morning.
Julm Fee, of Dundaff street, Is re
ported on the sick list.
Miss Margaret Henley Is entertain
ing her friend, Miss Anna Nealon, of
Fred Roberts, of Eastern avenue, has
had for a guest Ills sister, Mrs. W.
Crlanvllle, of Pleasant Mount.
Miss .Mary Muxwell, who has been
! with friends In the Electric Citv for
some days, has returned home.
Contractor T. C. Robinson Is In New
York on business. He expects to re
turn the latter part of the week.
Edward Roberts, of the People's shoe
store, left town this morning for New
York city, where he will remain a few
jMrs. Martin, of Olyphant. was a vis
itor In town on Tuesday, stopping with
her daughter Agnes, at tho residence
of J. II. Ollhool.
If. A. Purple, the Salem avenue
undertaker, left this city yesterday
morning via the Erio for a business
trip In New York city.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Uromn Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
If It falls to cure. E. AV. Orota's sig
nature Is on each box. 23c.
A burn dunce was given by Mlsa
Marie Cunimings, of Main street,
ninkely, Inst evening. The hours
passed meirlly In dnnclng nnd about
11 o'clock refreshments were served.
Those present were: Misses Llzl9
Curr, Lauretta Carey, Jennie Roland,
Mary Reddlngton. Katie O'Boyle, An
na McClovern, Marie Cummlngs, Katlo
Cillilen, Mnry Fadden, Mollle McDon
ald, Veronica O'Connell, rcnio Thomas,
Mary McNulty, Mary nrognn, Mur
tha Brennnn, Anna McLaughlin, Clair
Lavln, Lizzie f'leary, Ethel Evans,
Lury Lawler, Mollle Gallagher, Agnes
McLaughlin, May Kennedy, Jennie
llobun. Emma "Weaver, Gertie Hoban,
Lucy McNulty, Nora Flnnerty, Mnry
Ruddy, Anastasla Collier, Mary
AVolsli, Mary Rogan, Mnurt MoKinley,
Katie and Sadlo Rogun, Mary Lawler,
llerthu AVIIIIams, Anna MeCubo and
Nina D, Thomas; Messrs. Joseph
O'Brien, Gerald Lynch. Hurry Uluck,
Thomas O'Boyle. James Kelly, Tar
ry Walsh, Frank McGovorn, James
Wade, Frank O'Connell, Leo MoCJov.
ern, Hnrrv Hutchens, Eddie O'Hr.N
loren, James MoLuughlln. AVIIIIam
Reete, Thomas O'Harn. Joseph lie
Glnty, Eddie Brogun, Luther James,
James Walsh. Edgar Bolund, Joseph
Cirr. Maurice and Walter .Cuimnlngs.
There .van a largo htlciidnnca yes
tot day- nt the funeral of Miss Maria
lluimlck, wilch took place from the
home of l.er sister, Mi's. Martin Rud.
dy, on Boll street, at 10 o'clock. Tho
phone entertainment, contributed
one of the Scrnnton guests.
remains were taken lo St. Patrick's
church Where n r-jqulcm mas was
celebrated by Rev. V. J. Murphy, who
afterward , preached the sermon,
speaking In liliili tcrnis tit the com
mendable life of the, deceased. During
the servlJe, the choir rendered ap
propriate selections nnd Mrs, Anna
Hrown O'Mnllcy sting "Calvary." in
terment w.in made In St. Patrick's
cemetery. The tint I bearerw worn Pat
rick Lynch, Michael Rognn, John Ho
bun, P. W. McLaughlin. John Hnno
hue, Patrick Cannon.
Air. and Mrs.' Lloyd Parry were ten
dered a reception by a largo number
of their friends nt their now homo
on Third street, Illakoly, last even
ing. After several hours ot nuislo
und other social diversions, the guests
partook of a uninty supper, Mr. and
Mrs. Parry received many protty nnd
Tho members of Miss Lillian Tay
lor's Sunday school class will con
duct nn entertainment and social In
tho parlors of tho lllukely Raptl.it
church this evening. All ira Invltjd.
The funeral of Mrs. Thomas) Mttr
ray will take place from the family
home on Jones street tomorrow af
ternoon nt 3 o'clock,
A most enjoyuhlo time was had by
those who attended the social glvan
by the Juvenls Dancing class In Ma
lion's hall last evening.
JERVWN AND MAYFIELD.
A very pleasant event took place
ut the home ot Benjamin Scull of
Greenfield on Monday evening, when
their only daughter, Gertrude, was
united In mrm-lntro to William Waters
of this town. At !) p. m., the bridal
party took their places In the parlor
under a beautiful arch of evergreen.
They were attended by Miss Victoria
Jones und Daniel Robinson (cousin of
the bride, of Carbondale), The cere
mony, which was brief and Impressive
wns performed by Rev. Baikcr, of
Montdale. After congratulatlns the
guests sat down to a bountiful repast.
The presents were both numerous and
costly. The bride is well and favor
ably known In this vicinity. The groom
Is an Industrious young man and Is
held in high esteem by all who know
him. Those present were: Misses Vlc
torla May, Alglna Jones, Miss Estella
Thomas, Edith Snyder, Louisa Zlntel,
Bertha und Maggie Scull; Messrs.
Daniel Robinson, William Jones, Geo.
Iloffer, Frank Aran Loan, Rev. and
Mrs. Baker and Master Jesse Lee. The
happy couple loft Tuesday morning
for a short wedding tour. On their
return they will take up their resi
dence with tho bride's parents.
Miss Alvira Day, of Cemetery street,
Is the guest of friends at Wllkes
Uarre. An operation was yesterday per
formed upon David Seymour, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Seymour, of
Second street. The operation consisted
of the removal of a piece of bone from
Miss Iva Sherwood of Fourth street
Is visiting friends In Scranton.
Mr. C. D. AVInter attended the state
Sunday school convention at Harrls
burg last week.
Miss Areronlca Edmunds of Mayfleld
Is spending the week with West Scran
Mr. Beck of Albany, X. A'., spent
Tuesday with his friend, Professor
N. ,T. Russell nt Mayfleld.
Miss Annie Cuff of Scranton Is visit
ing her sister, Miss Mary Cuff, of
Miss Nellie Farrell of Scranton has
returned to the city after a week's
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. FarrW of Maydeld.
Miss Mary Swlck gnve u very pleas
ant Hallowe'en parly at her home on
Second street last evening. It was
largely attended and the merry
pastimes associated with Hallowe'en
were indulged in and greatly enjoyed
by the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lovcl.tnd were
guests of friends in Scranton over Sun
day. The third lecture of the entertain
ment course will be given by Miss Ella
Maude Steward, second vice president
of the Honesdale district Kpwortb
league, Friday, November 2, In the
Methodist church. Admission, adults,
15 cents; children, 10 cents.
Miss Bertha Couitrlght, of Scranton,
spent part ot this week with Mrs.
Miss Sue Pyle, who has been spend
ing the summer at Luke Bonaparte, re
turned home Thursday.
Mrs, George Chubb and Miss Laura
Chubb left yesterday for Bangor, where
they will spend some time with the
former's daughter, Jlrs. M. E. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Blesecker and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ble
secker, of Scranton, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Blesecker.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Ehrgood leturued
home yesterday from u few days' visit
Mrs. Jane Hinds hus returned fiom a
visit' with her son at Mooslc.
William Pyle was n visitor hero over
Miss Nellie Hinds was a visitor In
Dunmore part of last week.
Miss Ruth Gardner and Miss Lizzie
Harnden attended tho convention at
AAraldo Smith, u United States mar
ine of tho battleship Massachusetts,
Iiuh been visiting friends here for n few
Tlie following teachers from this
borough urn In attendance at the
county Institute which Is being held
at Scranton court house: No. 1 build
ing; Professor J. F, Foley, Miss Hat
tie Mackenzie; Miss Janet Inglls;
Miss Gertrude Morris, No, 2 building:
Miss Edith A'au Eusklrk, Miss Jennie
Nichols; Miss Polly Davis, Mrs. Lib
by Jones, Miss Susie Harris, Miss
Edith AVntkins, Miss Mary Van Bus
klrk. No. ;i building; Prof. Samuel
J. Philips, Miss Bessie James, No, 4
building: Miss Margaret AVhlteford.
All that was mortal of Miss Nellie
Glynn nf Rendham was laid to rest
yesterday morning In the Mlnooka
Cathedra: cemetery, Drceused was
the daughter of Air, and Mrs, James
Glynn and wns a young lady of ainlc
able disposition which has won for
her many frlonds und acquaintances.
A requiem high mass was held In the
St. Lawrence church by ,the nev,
Father Jordan. The lloral offerings
were many and very beautiful. The
pull bearers were Martin O'Mnlley,
Matthew Fahey, M. Clark, Harry Mc
Gownn, M, Clunnn and M, Iloran.
The members of the Price tLlbrary
association are arranging to open their
rooms for the winter months. A mu
sical and literary programme Is being
arranged for the opening night.
Taylor castle No. 207, Knights of the
Golden Eagle will meet In session this
AVork will be commenced In the
course of a few days on the new
sewer. The pipes have arrived and
lire being hauled to the trench pre
paratory to being laid.
Mr. James Morris, sr of Grove
street Is seriously 111 at his home.
M. F. Lalnes of Philadelphia, was a
caller on T. A. 'Evans yesterday,
Messrs. AVIIIInm H, Davenport and
Charles Egbert nnd Mnsters LeRoy
Davenport nnd Chnrles Egbert left
yesterday on n hunting expedition to
Mr. Charles A ten nnd sister Miss
Gertrude, of Bald Mount, were guests
ot Miss Grace Davenport of South
Mr. James Scrlvons has returned
home from his visit to Mnrylnnd.
Lackawanna Valley council No. SI,
Jr., O. U. A. M., will meet this eve
ning. Prof. W. L. Jones has returned
from Cambria county.
The borough school directors were
In attendance at the teachers Insti
tute In Scranton yesterday.
Owing to such n gront deinnnd rot
silk the Uenard & Son factory here
Is working on double time.
County Surveyor George E. Steven
son Is In the Adirondack's.
Mrs. H. A. Beobe and son Harry
have returned to their home nt Scrnn
ton nfter a pleasant visit with her
brother. F. AAr. Tennant, of the Sum
Miss Carrie Datesmnn has returned
from a lengthy visit to Philadelphia.
Mr. K. McKenzle, former superin
tendent of the darks Summit Can
nery, has left for Scranton, accompa
nied by his wife.
Mr. Ashley Bought who met with a
serious accident several months ago,
by being run over by bis wagon con
taining thirty hundred weight of coal,
Is Improving very rapidly considering
how seriously ho was hurt.
Tho funeral ot the late Mrs. Olive
Snyder who died at tho advanced age
of SO years, at the home of Mr. Will
iam Streetor, took place yesterday.
Rev. J. B. Sweot ot the Simpson M. E.
church. AVost Scrnnton, preached tho
funeral sermon. Interment was made
in the Chinchilla cemetery. She Is
survived by her son, Dr. S. C. Snyder
Orders for the Scrnnton Tribune can
be left at Mnrtln Bold's barber shop.
Mrs. Shultz and daughter, Miss Lil
lian, returned to their home in Bing
liamtnn, after spending a few days In
The AA'oman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society will meet on Friday
afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in tho base
ment' of the Presbyteiiun church. Tea
will bo served at the close of the meet
ing. A full attendance is desired.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Meth
odist Episcopal church will be pleased
to receive orders for comfortables from
any desiring one.
Rev. S. AV. Young has returned after
two weeks' absence.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Metz are in Phil
adelphia, where Mrs, Mecz will undergo
Master Layton Jenkins, of Peckvllle,
Is visiting his uncle, Mr. Corey Jenkins,
of South Main street.
Miss Mary Graham entertained a
number of her friends at a hallowe'en
party. A delightful time Is reported.
Hi M. S. RwMiall, nf tlie Methodist tliurrli,
jr.ivc a leiiRlliy ami intoivstiiiK icsnniG of tin
Mptlioiliit stale ((invention, held in lljirislmrfr
lat week, on Sunday rvpiiing last.
Hev. II. P.irlatt Kat now ncriiii!3 l'.du'jid
T.iitipy'a tenement house just lielmv the Jl.iptist
church, and will lie pleased lo see his fricndi
at the new paisoiuK'c in the jie.ir future.
.1. W. Rhode now oeeupies the house helontf
ing to our enerablo mail carrier, ,1. (;. llig.
Kins, anil witli whom the latter will hoard.
fay ltithards has just moved into rooms over
the pnitollicc, made vacant l,,v tho iimoval of
our lljptUl pastor, Rev. II. Parlatt East.
The Kpworih league nf this place i prppaiinit
a course of free lectures, and expect to give
the initial in (lie very near future.
YOU GOT IT, ALL YOU ASKED
I'ldiii the fulouido plilil,'. C.i.clle.
To the People of the United States,
Four years ago
You demanded work for your Idle
You got It. You never had so manv
people employed us now.
You wanted your Idle capital to bo
You got it.
You wanted to see the army trooDs
They are gone.
You wanted your soup houses closed.
They are closed.
You wanted to get rid of the receiv
ers of our railways and banks.
The yaro gone.
You wonted to see the smoke coming
from the stacks of your smelters,
mills and factories.
It came. Many have since been kick
ing about the smoko nuisance.
You wanted the savings bunk de
posits tn Increase.
Nevpr so largo In your history as at
You wanted to see Interest rates de
crease that your people could borrow
more cheaply wherewith to dovelop
You got It. Interest has never been
so low as now.
You demanded more money. The cir
culation must be Increa'sod per capita.
You got It. It hns Increased with
marvelous rapidity for four years.
You demanded that one dollar be just
as good as another.
You got It. That Is the kind we have
now, and you can get all the silver or
paper you want at any bank.
You demanded tho markets of tho
world for your surplus products and
You got R. Got It so suddenly It al
most dazzled you,
You wanted us to stop borrowing
money In Europe,
AA'o stopped It, and Europe Is now
borrowing money from us.
You wanted tho government to col
lect every dollur of the Pad flu railroad
debt, Instead of a PORTION, as Mr.
Mr, McKlnley mudo them pay every
cent, principal nnd Interest,
You wanted Cuba liberated,
It was done.
You wanted the rights of our people
maintained at home and abroad.
It has been done.
AVhat you really wanted the worst
was what Mr. McKlnley promised:
"AN HONEST DOLLAR AND A
CHANCE TO EARN IT."
You got both. Not from the Iliyun
Ites, but It was none the less accept
able to the man behind the dinner
If you want more things of this sort
you can get them from tho same
Wall Street Review.
New York, Oil. .It. The Mock lii.irlwt hrr.unc
Mill further Imohed In iipnthy nnd Indlrteiemn
linhiy. Ilulne wm Mtirlly In the linul. nf
lirofiwlniiitl traders nnd they did not pinli their
transaction In n cry cncrffotlu manner. The
ultv which developed late .vrMrrday in fm
p.illiv with I he Midden upward lmeinrnt in
Southern Purine retained wimc fone thin morn,
lug ultli the evidence nl ronllniiril buying In
1 1i.it slmk, The npenlns level of ptlcei wa
hlfther Hum laM. nlsht ami there wis some fur
ther advance, but when It lieintne evident Unit
the buying ortlcri In Southern I'nrlAc had been
llllcd, I he market felt Into n ut nf lethargy.
Tin! resulting; tendency lo .ik developed cry
Itmiliially until near tlie clnse, when the pne
fcf.lntial lifnm took rourane and olTered pilcos
down. The experiment proved I hut buvlnir nr
ilcm were Very scarce for a ronsldenilii,! ranrjc
lirlow tlie market and some sharp declines wcie
established heforo meeting any demand. As a
lesult the earlier Riilns weic. completely wlpid
inn and the market closed below lost night alt
around. The wciiI.ucmi was mint inaiket Into
the hliili priced Industrials, thp local traction
stocks and the steel loch. In the mil roads thp
I'jclllcs were conspicuous on the decline, North,
ern 1'iii'llle falllni; almost n point helnw last
night, while In Southern 1'acillc, Union Pacini)
nnd Missouri I'aelllc the decline nt the best wns
u point with the money market continued quiet
und easy hut it is not Improbable that future
prospeils have a represshc tendency upon specu
lation. Total sates today, 22U.1 I t shares.
Ponds gave way nt some points in sympathy
with stocks, after having shown strength In the
early dealings. Total sales pur value, sl.Tll'i.OOO.
V. S. bonds were unchanged on the last rati.
Tht following quotations irs fnrnliheil Th
Tribune by M. S. Jordan A Co,, rooms 705-708
Hears building, Scranton, ru. Telephone G00.1:
Open- Hlglf I.osr. Clot.
Ing. est. est. Ing.
American Sugar 123',i 123 122 IKJi
American Tobacco IMTs !l"'.4 M Wt
Am. Steel k Wire !!l mi. nti SI&
Atchison :U :h, .11 :u
Atchison, IT 74 7s 781! 7i
llrook. Traction ft!',! oa?i finli COli
naitlmore & Ohio 73 7.',i 7 Hi 7 Hi
dies. & Ohio :i0''i :!0 :;u4 -'lOVfc
Chic. II. 4: Q 127 12S 127 127
St. l'nul tl5?i 110 11.-. ll.VIl
nock island 109 109 losvi ins
Del. k lludtou 112 112 112 112
backawanna It. It 178 173 178 178
Federal Steel .n.!i SH .17 .18
Kan. k Tex., Pr. : .12 31 !U
bonis. & Nash.
Man. Klevafcd . !W 97 d', 1.5
.Met. Traction l.V)!4 leoi.i 13S l.Wli
Mlsso. Pacific r,-i i(l 5 S-,
People's (.ins HI ti4 n:t ir.i,i
N'. .1. Central :a i::i las l.w
Southern PaclHc ....... :is .18 :i? 37
Norfolk & West .17 :!7 rt7 S7
Northern IMcillc ,'8 iWU .".(iti 07
.ortli. iMcillc, i-r.
N. Y. Central
Ontario & West. ..
Penna. It. It
..182". 13". 1S2 1!I3
.. 2P!i 21 2li 21
..t:U !:). 111 i:w
.. 12 42 )2 42
.. 1& 18 17 17
Heading llv.. Pr. r,S SSTi r,7'i fi7i
Southern It. It 12 12 12 12
Southern. Pr 5fi (Ml Ii8 .18
Tclin. Co.il . Iron 57 .17 Ii4 M
1. S. Leather 11 11 H 11
17. S. Leather. Pr 71 71 71 71
If. S. Itnliher :il 31 .11 .11
I'nion Pacific nt 02 01 fit
Union Pacific. Pr. ... 7.1 7.1 71 7.1
Wah.ish. Pi- hjaj 18 18 18
NKW YORK PRODUCE KXCHANOE PRICES
Open- High- Low Cloi.
WHEAT. ing. est. et. Inr.
December 7S 7!) 78 70
.May Sl S-1 51 S3
December 42 42 42 42
Jlny 4tli 41 11 41
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
First National Bank
Siranton Savings Rank
Scranton Packing Co
Third National Rank
Dime Deposit and Discount Bank ..
Economy Light. II. .t P. Co
Lacka. Trust Safe Deposit Co
Scranton Paint Co
Clark & Snover Co., I'r.
Scranton Iron Fence & Mfg. Co. ...
Scranton Axle Works
Lackawanna Dairy Co., I'r
County Savings Bank & Trust Co...
First National Bank (Carbondale)..
Standard Drilling Co
Traders' National Bank
Scranton Bolt and Nut Co
Scranton Passenger Railway, Bret
Mortgage, due 1020
People's Street Railway, first mort
gage, due 1918
People's Street Railway, Ucneral
mortgage, due 1021
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School B per cent.
City of Scranton St. Imp. 0 per
Scianton Tiaction 0 per cent
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. O. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
Butter Cieamery. 23a2lc; dairy tubs. 23c.
Kggb Select western, 17c: nearby elate, 10c.
Cheese Full cream, new, llc.
Itdrwlnr tm . clinic iimrrmv. SI" 40: medium.
S2.30; pea, 82.30.
Onions fiOe. per bu.
Flour Best patent. $I.W.
Philadelphia Grain and Produce.
Philadelphia, Oil. 31, Wheat Firm. Use
higher; conluct guide, Oct., 72a7:lc. Coin
Firm: No. 2 mixed, Oct., 42a43o. Oils Unit
and c. lower; No. 2 white, illpped, 27a28( ;
Nu. il do. do., 2ua2uc. ; No. 2 niKed do.,
2tlu2flc Butter Firm, good demand; limey
western iieamery, lc.: do. print", 27c. Egu'S
-Finn, good demand; frei.li neaiby, 22c. ; do.
wcvtcin, 22c; ill), southwestern, 2l)e. ; do.
bouthciu, lllc. Cheese Firm; New Ymk full
lie.' ins, fancy small, 11:ill',(-.; do. do, do.,
goml to iholcc, I (U lie. Refined Migais L'n
cliaiieeil. 'niton Finn, c, higher; middling
uplands, !tc. Tallow Steady; city pi imp In
lilul lc. ; country prime in hbjs., 4a4c. ;
i, ikes, .V, Live poiiltiy Dull m,il easier;
fowls, )d!it'.; old loosleis, 7c.; spiing cliiik
ens, 8alii,ii'. ; ducks, HalUc; geee, PalHjp, ;
tiulieys, OalOc, Dressed poultry Steady; fair
dtuiiiiid; fouls, iliolce, 10c; do. fjir to good,
WaflVa'". ! old loo-iters, 7c. j nearby spilng chlik
ens, Ual3e, ; western do., Dalle. Receipts
Flour, 7,000 barrels, and 2,n"l,000 puunds In
fjiU; uhe.it, ,1,flilO luishcU; turn, 171,0011
bushel; nals, 41.000. SshlpiuenU Wheat, li.lKHI
bushels; corn, ISl.tWO bushels; cats, ,1,00Q
New York Grain and Produce.
New Yoik, Oil, .'ll.rioui Stronger and fair
ly uclhc, influenced by tlie I'mtlier rise in
wheal anil higher Minneapolis advices. Winter
patents, 3.70a4; do. straights, :t.50.i3.C0; do,
e(ru, f2.(l.1a:i; winlcr lotv grades, jJ.I.VrJ.00;
.Minn, patent, $1.14.3,1; do. bakers, (j:i,40.
Wheat Spot sliong; No. ' red, 7'Jp, f, n, h,
ul'o.il j No ,1 norlhein Duluth, 85c f, o. i,
ullo.it, Options again si long and active practi
cally all ilay, closed strong and !c. net high
er. Muicli dpsed 83c. ; May, M!e, ; Oil,,
71tu Dec, 7uc. Corn Spot film; No. S,
43c, elevator, and I'-'. f. n, h. afloat, Optloni
market fahly acme and steadier without imiih
ihmgc; iluseil Him o U('. net .lUvaiue.
May closed tle,; Oct., 43e.; Dec., 42c,
Oatn-Spot steady, No, 2, 2V,iS So. 3, 23.'.;
No. 2 white, 2N-.: No. .1 white, 27c; trail;
inlsfd western, 2.Vi2(ic, ; tiaik white western
und state, 27o33c, Options dull but ttcadily
held, Putin Finn; creamery, lua22lic,; fac
tor', lilapic; June rrenmcry, lsi21c. j imita
tion i'1'cnuicry, huihc, ; time lun.v, l.iajie.
Cheese Steady; large white, lUallc; small
white, lie; large cnlmed, 10at1c; small
colored, lie, Puts-Steady; Mate und Prima,,
21a22c; wcsltin, legular packing, 17al0c;
westiin, loss nil, 21c,
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Oct, 31, Wheat was strong and set
he today on tie,- Argentine news and cables,
Di'temlKi- closing P.ial'.Ji'. out yejtcnlay. Coin
closed c. and cats, p, higher for December
ihihciy, Januuiy prnUiiims at the clone were
m. lower. Cash qiiotulloiw were as followi!
j'lonr (Juiel ond steady; No. 3 spring wheat,
Uea72c.i No. 3 nil, 74a7Uc; No. 2 corn. 37i',j
No. 2 jellow, 37a."7c,; No. 2 oats, 222a22c.j
No. 2 white, 2,P.ia20c; No. 3 white, 2-1 -l
2,V)4o.; No. 2 lie, ISc.j bailey, .iSo.j No. 1
tl.iv, irl.7lat.73; No. 1 northwest, l.;ui,75:
timothy, ?.10al,20; pork, ll,234ll..10 lard,
$7,U2a7.03; libs, $il,tU)a0.8U; shoulders. ti.i
ti'.ic. ; sides, $l,70arl.f-); sugars, uucliaitfcil.
Chicago Live Stock Market,
Chicago, Oct, 31,-Catile Heieipls, I5..100,
In hiding M woleins and 1W Texuns; ihnico
grades, stronger; ntlieis, steady; Tesans, stead)
to strong; natives, hist, un tune today. I cars
at 3.rx; good ru prime sticrs, M.WUU; pour
to medium. fl.IQjj.40; selected feeders, ftl.ff..i
1.51; mixed sKikiu. ii.'iM.W, cows, WlVu
4.20; lielfcru, 2.W)j.0tl; cunncis. fl.00a2.li0;
bulU, fi.SOal.i0; calvw, f.'i.76j0. To . am -licit
on nale today, IS cars at il.SO; (nl tms. ill
4.85; gross, do., $3.2!a4.Ui; built, f2.oOo3.25.
Hogs UiHVlpU today, 33,000; tomonw, S,
000; estimated left over. 4,000; shade leuer,
cloning slroni: tops, ft.77: mixed and belch,
en, f(.iOa4.7I; gootl to choice Uitry, ffl.Ka
and to learn for ourselves all
the uses for ,
THE MODERN CLEANSER
We will pay
We ere hearing of new tries for (hit
freet cleanser every day. We wlihto
team at once ALL the uses, and ,
willing to pay you to help us. f
&200 the person tending in the
List decided to be Tint bythe
Committee named below.
$100 '" o L!lt decided to be
S5Q for the List decided to be Third.
$20 (eacJ0 for the Lists decided to
be 4th to the 13th (inclusive).
$10 (each) for the Lists decided to
be 14th to 33d (inclusive).
5 (each) for the Lists decided to be
34th to 83d (inclusive).
The Conditions of Competition ares
FIRST The list ppeci lying the grenteiitnum
her of Kenarntr nes Ihnt ZKNOI.A may be
put to will be declared by the Committee to
be the First, and the one containing the next
largest number, Second, and soon,
SECOND Lists of uses submitted must be
plaluly written in ink, on one side of paper
onlv, and method or each use sepnratet
tated. List to be mailed to TTia Ztn
Company, j8 Hudson St., Ntw York, on or
before thirtieth day of November, looo, and
mast be tinned by each competitor and F. O.
THIRD Tlie lists submitted In accordance
with the conditions will be passed ou bv the
Committee and their decision will be final.
In no case will a list submitted by nny one
connected with the Zenola Company be con
sidered. The lists decided to be first, second
nnd third will be printed in this paper.
FOURTH-The ZENOLA used most be pro.
cured by each competitor from a dealer in
the city or town where competitor resides,
nnd the name and address of the dealer mast
be stated. Any grocer or druggist ha
ZHNOT.A or can supply it.
The Committee will consist of
HnsnitRT HI. Howns
of the Boston Glabt.
Prof. Et-tsnA Ccrtis,
Tormer Inspect or of Teachers' Training Clssaei
lor the State ofNew York.
M. F. Haxson.
of The North American, PhlladerphU.
Awards to be made
December 20. looo
THE ZENOLA COMPANY
CUSJHMAN BROS. CO., IMeTIBUTOa
TS HUDSON ST., NKW VORR CrTY
iss a. front ar., pmuatiiMtM
as ecHraat ar., aoaresi
ttS-SM PBNN AVENUE.
Physician and Surgeon
311 Spruca St.
Tcroplo Court Building
All acute and rhrciiic dlieaaes o! men. wo,
nun and children. CliltONIO KEUV0U3,
BltAIN AND WASTING DISEASES A SPECS
IALTV. All dlaease ot the Liver, Kidneys,
Madder. Skin, Blood. Kerrrs, Womb, Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, and Lungs, Cancers, Tumors,
Piles, Rupture, Goitre, lthcuraatiam. Aithnia,
Catarrh, Varicocele. Lost Manhood, Nightly
Emission, all Female Diseases, Lcucorrhoca, etc.
Gounorrlica, Syphilis, lllood Poison, Indiscre
tion and youthful hablu obliterated. Suru'ery,
Pits. Epilerxy, Tapo and Stomach Worms. CA
TAIinilOZONE, Spccieo for Cutarrh. Three
montlis' treatment only tp.OO. Trial (res Iq
otnee. Consultation and examination flee.
Oftlce hours dally and Sunday, 8 a. in. to 1
p. m. i i
4, 7.'.: roujli ho.iv. $l.:u.MSs Httht, ifl.'inal.'Si
bulk ot ule. tt.Mal l.
sheep Ileceipis, Ift.mw; iii'iu'Mlly steady j
Rood to choice wethers $.t.S."al, 10; fair to
choice niUcd, fl.tlftuXW); western sheep, M,7.'n
1.ld: 'IVvan lmi, &2.5i).VI..i); n.itUe l.iinhi,
l.'.'5a5.2J; western lambs, Sl.TJal.-j.
New York IjIvo Stock Market.
Nfv Voil,, Oct, ,11. Ileeves Slow tiade;
Ktccdy exicpt llflit bulls, whlih mM l'la'.'.'x'.
lower; (.Iceis, fJ.M.iri.l.'S; no piime binvs n(
fcitdi uvcii imd liic, fci.;.0.it ,'lj hull, fj'ii
.1,00 j tows, l.fjOj:i.iio. t'alvcs Mir.i'.'t uttdy
I.) MroiiK; tub-, ifl.00as,.iil; ki.i,h, SI VU
3.25: mixed and fed calves, pni: ycatllli'S.
Sheep Ver.) dull: pilule mul "'i-i'ii' i.vnl,
(in nly held hut i-low; medium und conim-n
Itludcs, lower;' hci-p, 2,U'.i:i,7'i: il.oice, Hi
culli, 1.3Uj'J; lambs, ifl.ru". i;): few cxti.i,
Sf.".rJl; cMliaib I.tltl-x. ,S1.'.'").i5..'.0j CL'lls, U-
llojx Steady pv "ill v.'ci';'i:.
Eust Liberty Stock Mnvkat.
Ta.t Mhoity. Oil. .11. -(Utile-. Meady; ftr,
M.&Uaft.C") piluic, ?).-n.i '.':.'; iiuiiiiion, fV.'.Vi
llofs Lower; prime lieatiei, St.MUI.M. mrd.
hum, l.8l).i t.h.",; Iicaty .xoikcrs, il.M3jl.h5:
IIkIiI do., sl.$.1; plus, t'.M'.iI. '-; roughs, &3.'.'3
Sheep Steady; rholie urlhei'i. if.1.fD.il; rom.
moil, l.olU'J.ui); ihoke laiulis, 'i.i'a'i. 10. com.
nion to food, "I.Jiia.; c.il calu'S, fr7a7,.10.
Oil City, Oct. ai.-C'iidlt b.ilamvi,, 110; rer.
tlllcates, no bid. shipment, 10!'.tUt: attragcj
Dl.Wr. Hum, UJ.OOfi; average, IX1.W5.
One Ditj Difference.
l'roni the Chicago IW,
"U'liut U the dlDcrence bclweeu a latesnun
and a politician!"
"Well, a statesman fieiiently thinks without
talking and a politician usually talks without