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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, MARCH 22, lf)01.
BEST IN TOWN.
LACKAWANNA DAIRY CO
Zclapfcoaaordar. Promptly DttlTtrtl
iyil Adinu Avenui.
Scranton Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Private Residences.
Office D., L. & W. Passenger
(Station. Phono FS5.
Dr. H. B. WARE,
bYE, EAR, NOSH and THROAT
B-l.'.lOa. tn.;'J-4 p. rn.
: CITY NOTES ;
Mi: t HASr.r.t). TIip l'rico bulldlne; will
hucittir be Ltumn as the Ileal Kstatc I'.xrlianno
r nicn; mission. mi riiiwuc wvir
mil address, the meeting at the ltocuo lk-lon
tcinlnhi at T...0 o'clock.
MrtlT.U OK M1.IIC1IANTS. The Hetall Mi
litants' 1'roteUhc association will hold a smoLrr
in their looms a I CO J.ukawatma. nvcimo Monday
MKKHNU Ol l.LKS. 'Ilir snilon lodge f.'
1.11.3 mt lo't night and iiunlnatcd mliccr for
thr ensuimr yrai. Tlii-.v will bo ileotrd al a
nuctlnif t be ludd next s.ci'U.
M ITHR AMI SW.i:.-Tlie I-adiei' Aid "otlrty
uf Ml houli,' I'nlM tAjIt church will hold .1
hltkin pic supKr and halo of fanry article In
ihc ilupcl next 'Jucdjy cnlna-, JUnli !).
ortr.AN UIXITVU-On Saturday. March 2.1, th
(ouith cipjli recital of the l.cntill em Ices "III
t.ke pi rn- In St. laAc's church. The tecitjil
hrj.Mns at I p. in. and leads up to eunin? piajer
al t."n p. III.
i.iririiu ov omv.. i;. it. Mmae, i,
will lecture in Hi" Capmi-e I'hapcl of the Crcen
llidse Prisbytirian ihurih this cicnlni; at T."o.
ibjnr, "China," proceeds to go lur the benefit
ef Hi" literary department of the chapel.
MUMMIED n.IU William Parke furniiied
;i bill bctuic Aldeiinan Millar jclerday tn
appear in court o the charge of cheating and
i. ti itidiiig a boarrlinj housekeeper of iJK.tCi, pre
tirrcd by Thomas Mapilnne.-s, of .MO e couit.
Ilir MAlit'll KM'i.N.-'lb Mauli immbir if
Kleon, with a huiiUomely ul,rnri cover by
imtis Vil.-on lluilbui, in three color", appeared
iiMnday. Among the nther content l a. poem
y I'. A. .Incur, entitled "Puke lVmmn," il, .
pli tint, mIho! boy lifo in Kngljnri, and an aitiile
hi TieippeiH by .lame'. O'Connor.
WHO KNOWS J. A. PLAHK?-Kecmder Moir
-.tri'lJ" itcrlwd a Utter aAili,; f"i iiifonua.
iion legardlng the whereabouts of JaniM A.
i lark, un lion worker, who is known to hav
ifn in tills illy leccntlv. The infonnition u
anled by his titcr, Jti, Ik llulirer, of llam
l"l station, ltockanay lleaih, X. V.
Ill llUNlA) 'III PlIILAUIXl 1IM. I".. L. .in
audi, ulm rami., te. Miinlon icccntlj as lall
tpreior at the Njutli Mel mill, and miTcnd
Painful inlurlis by being i-uutk with .i falling
iall, nlnrriel tn hU home In Philadelphia i'
leidaj. lie baa len siierccclcil by I'. It. f-hat.
mil,, alao if Itiiladelphla. Mi. .m 2.uidl.
cared for at the Siranlon bouse, wheiv Mr.
battck is linw Btoppinff.
P'.V 1)AY. Tli. emplo;e of tlie Central
liailrnad of Xew .leikcy .it thU riul of iho
line wiiij paid .ictiidij. Tho Pelaware and
lludsuii company will besin niaUnsr their Match
p omenta tmnorieu. The Delaware, La(kawanu,
and Wcnlerii lOinpany will pay tomorrow nt tho
IJilliviif, DoiIrc, Oxford, I'ne, Taylor, Holdcn,
rehhald, Hoan, Hainpton, Continental, Hyde.
Park, Cayusi and HiUbln Inlne.
I LPI. AXH LYSOTT.-Tho Dcmoeratie ineni
beii el ruininvii ruuiiial cancue. after !ait
mifht't. rouiiiil mcpllnsr and ilcclcln to fiippoit
Uialiniau I". '. Calpln nnd Clerk V. . Ljnolt
tor their rcpectiic places at the ic-oijrantealloii
on April 1. There was no opposition manifested
and if tho additional couneiltncn do not ecuio
heir seats both Mcir. Cilpin and I j unit
khould be re'elceteil, as. thu Deiiioci.its would
'bin hae a majority of three.
IIL'IIRI.N'O COMIXC-On Sunday, March !. Ihs
Rev Dr. Duliring, of Philadelphia, will jwcaih
at St. Luke's churcli. Dr. rtuhrliiK Is in i.li.ri;ci
of all the practical charity and mU.ion woik of
the Tpiieopil church in I'hilidclphla, and is ci.ii.
ndcred one of tho greatest Sunday school work
ers in the rountri. On Sunday at 1 p. in. there
will bo a grand rally of all the l.piscop.l Kumlay
nthools in tlie city .it ht. Luke's. The public is
cordially iiultcd to attend all the seniles on
The residence or Mrs, .1. ji. I'lielfip,
TI5 Linden street, to responsible party;
moderates tlgure. Very rentrally lo-i-ated.
modern, commodious, city
tftcnni. lawn, fruit. Suitable for den
tint, physlcun, or family use. Inquire
Spring Brook Water,lst Mtp;.5s
Lacka. Valley Elec. Light. 1st
North Jersey and Pocono Moun
tain Ice Co., 1st Mtg-. 5s.
Standard Gas Co., 1st Mtg-. 5s.
Xehlghton Water Supply Co.,
1st Mtg. 5s.
New Mexico Railwoy nnd Coal
Co., 1st Mtg. 5s.
Description and price on appli
cation. -t- M BroiCwiy, X. V. VTilkeillarrc,
f CatbonJ.le. a.
i, t tnd 9, Cominonwealth 01 Jif-. -f
f 1 t-r 1 1 1 f t t
TO PURCHASE THE WINDSOR,
Memorial Hnll Directors So Decided
The board of directors of the tl. A. It.
Memorial J In 11 unsoclutlon, (it a meet
tug held lust nlitht, decided to purchase
the Windsor property, at the corner
of Pcnn uvcinie and Linden stroet,
fiom Victor Koch for a consldcnitlon
of $39,030. The officers were empnweiecl
to luUe the necessary steps to procure
the transfer of tho property.
Lust night's action was merely the
formal carrying out of tho wl.ihes of
the members of the various organiza
tions which will have quartern In the
I.ulldlng. The matter was submitted
to the popular vote of these ntcmboifl
and lesultrd in the selection of the
Windsor property, which secured 4.'i
votes to 21U cast In favor of tho I.con
nid propel ty, nt the corner of Adams
avenue nnd Mulberry street.
I'osesslon will bo taken on April 1,
on which occasion tha ptopilotor of tho
Windsor hotel and restaurant, occupy
ins the ground floor, will move out
The store will not be lented for hotel
purposes In tho futire. The O. A. It.
organizations havo oetupled the Wind
sor property since tho lecent bl.r fire
on Lackawanna r.venue, on whlen oc
casion the former headquarters wcro
badly dumnRCd by water.
THE ANNUAL GATHERING
Meeting of the Woman's Home Mis
sionary Society of the Wyoming
District at Kingston.
The annual convention of tho Wo
man's Home Missionary society of tho
Wyoming district was held yesterday
In the Methodist Kplscopul church nt
Kingston, Mrs. T. II. Dale, presiding.
In some respects It was the most In
tercullng In the history of the organ
ization. Tho morning session opened with de
votional exetclsen conducted by Mtos
Mary l'ock, of Kingston. Mrs. V. (
Murdoch; followed with nn address of
wclcom. which delighted the visitors.
Mrs. W. II. I'eck, of this city le
sponded In a graceful way. Miss
Kmrn.i Lewis, the ferordlng nectetnry,
read the i-rport of tho last meeting,
nnd Mrs. fi. F. Iteynolds gave the
trwismer's leport, In the absence of
Mrs. n. a llrooks. Mrs. W. fi. Simp
son gave the teporl of the corres
Miss J jeai' Lane. a. .siudont at Wyo
ming sonilnary, sang most pleasingly,
"The Lord Is Mv Shepherd." after
which Mis, Austin Gritllii gave sin In
teicstlng paper on the Lucy Webb
Hayes School, at Washington, 1). C.
the notional training school for dea
conesses and missionaries.
Miss llcrth.1 Mitchell follow od with
a wondn fully interesting talk on
"Chinatown in Xew York." She gave
a graphic plcttii" of the pathetic hls
loiy of rhlnee xomen In that cpiar
ter. Miss Ttymiini gave n iileaslng iecl
tation Mrs. fleorge L.lev.vllyn having
a paper on "Home Mlslrons," Mrs.
Austin tlrillln wa-c placed In rharge of
ti committee to consider arranging for
ii special day for the society at the an
nual camp meeting.
Mis. .1. n. Santee led the devotional
exercises of the nfternoon, after which
encouraging reports from the auxil
iaries were heard. Mis. Davenport, of
the seminary, gave a pleasing recita
tion, and Mies Margaret Stodd sang
n. pretty solo. Mis. O. V. Iteynold.-s
presented the tesult of the committee
Mis. J. A. Mogg. of the Central
church. Wllkes-Ilarre. gave what was
pei hups the most appreciated paper of
the day on "Pr.ictlcn! Leyons from
election of ottlcers u-sulted In re
electing those of th" previous year,
with one exception. The board now
stands: President. Mis. T. II. Dale;
vice president. Mrs. I'. CI. Oondrlch:
recording secretary, Miss Hnima Lew
Is; corresponding secretary, Mrs. W.
C!. Simpson: tieasiucr. Mis. U. Cl.
The following ladles were In at
tendance from the city: Mrs. T. If.
Dale. Mrs. W. (1. f.mp.-on, Mis. i.. T.
Reynolds, Mrs. D. 15 Hand, Mrs. AY. II.
Peek, Mrs. (Iiilley, Miss I.'inma Lewis:
Mrs. J. I,, llace. The ladles of King
ston supplemented th- basket lunch
with tea, coffee and lee oienin.
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Those Intending' to Hold Excursions
Must Act Without Delay.
Lake Lodore has not only the eh.irm
of novelty: it exceeds In natural beauty
any of the old excursion resorts. The
ride to the lake, oerIooklng vast
stretches of surprisingly beautiful
scenery; tho glove, with Its densely
shaded dtlves nnd walks, smooth and
dry as asphalt, its while booths and
balcony-encircled dance pavilion. Its
line springs and mstle bridges; Its ca
lousel nnd varied other attractions;
tho ball ground set with Spalding
bases, nnd tho lake Itself with Its
charming scenery, lis broad surface
anil quiet nooks and coves, explored
by handsome launches and a great fleet
of row boats all these things lender
Lodore a summer paradise.
Then, too, rates to Vhurchcs and so
cieties are lower than rates in many
other lesoUs. In shoit Lodore Is nt
once the most pleasure-giving and
most profit-reaping place for excur
sionists In this region. Dates nie be
ing tilled rapidly and organizations In
tending to go should apply without de
lay at the Lackawanna avenue depot
to II. W. Cross, Dlvlson Passenger
Agent, Delaware and Hudson Uallroad.
German Taught by Conespondence.
First of a com so of 10 monthly les
sons now to bo had at M. Morton's,
US Wyoming avenue, and Heisman
III os., 105 Spruce street. Pi Ice, 2.'i
cents. Specialties of this eouise me
uu eiwy acquisition of a CORRECT
pioiiuui'iutlou nnd learning quickly to
render your own Ideas before studying
grjmiuar. AU for a "TRANSLA
TOR." An Ideal Easter or Birthday Gift.
A piescnl that conveys more dell
rate, sentimental regard than Schrlev
er's cnlitigcd Sepia portraits repio.
duced from a photogin.'ih of the loved
one would be ditllcult of selection.
Oigans for Sale Cheap.
You can buy a good second hand or
gan na low us $10.00 at Guernsey Hall,
.1. W. Guernsey, Piop.. 3H Washing
ton avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Popular Priced Photogiaphs.
SehrJever'B three-dollar portuiltn
possess the same artistic pose nnd fin
ish thut Is tho prominent feature of
bis moie expensive pictures.
Ask for Kelly's union crackers.
HAS NOT HAD
WHAT PRESIDENT MITCHELL
HAS TO SAY.
Believes He Will Have Answcis to
Some of the Letters Sent to Opera
tors Today or Tomorrow What
District Picsident Nicholls Has to
Say Concerning tho Published Ut
terances of Business Men with Ref
erence to the Possibility of n
Strike Disagrees with Them.
Auothct twenty-four houn pa-sod
yesterday without nny developments
of Importance in tho mining situation,
nnd It is not likely that thero will bo
ntiy news to chronicle until woid has
been iccelved by President Mitchell
from Komu of the presidents of the
coal companies. The communications
sent out Tuesday weic of u nature
which demanded a prompt teply, hii.1
the MIna Workers' olllel.ils expect that
today or tomorrow will bring nnswerss
from the teclplents of their letteis.
President Mitchell was seen yester
day afternoon at the St. Chillies hotl
by n Tribune man.
"Nothing has been yet heuid fiom
tho operators," he said, "and although
I held a bilef session today with Piesl
dtnta XIclioII.i nnd Duffy, no business
On being asked whether the reports
wcic trus that the meeting of the
grievance committee of the Lacka
wanna tmlnmen In this city Wednes
day bore significant relations to the
conditions of the mliv situation,
President Mitchell said thero was no
connection between the two, to the
best of his knowledge.
Considerable comment i niouseu
yesterday In the camp of the Mine
Workers' leaders by the popular ex
pressions of antl-strlke sentiment, as
evidenced In tho several Interview's
from prominent cential city business)
men, which appeared In yesterday's
Tribune. President T. 1). Nicholls. of
District No. J, In discussing the matter,
WHAT NICHOLLS SAID.
"In my opinion the business men
quoted tnko a rather selfish view of
the existing conditions, and lu eager
ness to look ufter the welfuie of their
own Interests, rerlook thoe of other.
The genctal public has forgotten tho
gile-vances which the miners wish ad
justed, nnd for the settlement of which
we have asked the operatois for a
"Do you not think It would be a
good Idea to give out some general
statement of these grievances." asked
the repot tor, and Piesldenl Nicholls
"The Idea seems to prevail that a
technical recognition of the union H
the only Issue. That Is a false concep
tion. The recognition we desire Is
merely an adlustnient of dlflleultles.
When the strike of last fall was set
tled, a ten per cent. Increase in wages
was granted, but this was pi.totlcilly
the only concession. A uniform wngo
.scole Is one of our chlefest nlms In
asking a conference. The asseitlon
made tha; different conditions exist
ing In dliVeient companies absolutely
prevent a uniform scale U eironeoim.
We want lo provide for n fixed wage
by which men all ovei thl-t legion do
ing the same day's work will receive
the same day's pay, and the lurge nnd
exceedingly dissatisfying discrepancies
now existing be thus done away with.
"We wish to meet In Joint confer
ence with the operators and befoie v.e
adjourn secure a uniform scale, nnd
have made a bona fide agreement cov
ering all scales of wages nnd prices of
coal, nnd governing all th" conditions
of the year.
"The settlement of the big strike last
year by granting a ten per cent, in
crease did not do anything towards
amending this grievance, but rnth'-r
augmented It, by Increasing the dif
ference In wages paid In different sec
tions of the anthracite regions."
President Nicholls was asked
whether any significant moaning
could bo attached to tho visit of the
inlhoaders' grievance committee in
the city Wednesday, but dee!iud to
either affirm or deny the tumor that
they conferred with various of tho
Mine Woikors' officials.
Father Phillips again spoke with Sec
tetary Atherton, of the local board of
trade, over the long distance telephone
yesterday. Ho informed film that he had
had communication with the New York
offlco of Mr. Morgan and theie learned
that the coal and steJl magnato had
gone south ar.d would not return be
foift next week. Father Phillips also
announced that he would wrlto Mr.
Atherton and arrange a day for the
meeting of the committee from the
anthracite legions who nie to meet
with Bishop Potter and Archbishop
Coprlgnn, In New York, beforo calling
upon Mr. Morgan.
The presidents of both the Wilkes
Pane and Hazleton boards of tiade
have expressed their willingness to
form part of the committee. Father
HAVE ISSUED STATEMENT
Silk Workers Tell the Public
Their Grievances and Ask
A muetlllg was held yesteiday morn
ing of tho executive committee of tho
silk mill strlkcis and the following list
of grievances drawn up Wednesday
afternoon was unanimously adopted:
To the Public The position of the miiuRcrf
of the diftercnt silk intllt in icfu.llur lo uibltutc
t lie) difficulty now pending Is In our opinion a
slilko ugalie.1 any pn'Rifwi and one th.it I, un
fair to the ulrU and tho community at luue
Mr. Davis iys that he I pajlnir all tint In
t an. If that is tiue, wh) nut let the nialiir .'
to a board of arblliatlon, and If Mr. Hails or
any other mill owner can show wo aic ttrltliic
all tint tho company tali pay we aic wllllnt to
abide by the ilccl'iVm of tho board, and in. oitu
who is fair and wants to do (hit which Is ilu-ht
and Jiiit can annul to c,o bcioio tho public and
take a potillon against arbltiatlon,
Since Uu; cowp.iiiUs icfu,o te aibllrate wo aru
inn io than our iloUtiiilmd to win Hits iljjht
At this time we aie cliculatins a petition to
the bu.lncM and piotci..loiul men a.kinf tliini
tu help u in the miller of uibllratlon, and no
shall show lo (he public- our honoty of puipo.e
and shall lv.uo bullclhu awl keep tho public
polled In tefiicncc to our Jul and hunut
claim for more pay and lex bonis, which will
.'he us moic money for our homes and time to
study, o a to placo nuirclrc where we lijhily
Now, crutlcmcti, come nnd plue jouuelf fn
our position, How would jou like tu stand In a
place 2sG all day for u paltry sum and at neon
nhen it U timet lo eat our dinner no are cone
lulled to eat it by either standing up or silting
clonn vn a floor lOU'iol with filth and giease.
Wo have nothing to place our dinner upon only
the floor, where ft Is liable to lie spat upon.
Come now, mill owners, don't try lo get away
from (hit which Is fair and Jul-lhst of utliltta
tlon. IXeceulhc Uoiniulltrc.
The sttike-is declare that they will
evciy day lsuo a statement contain
lug other of their grievances nnd thus
fully make known to the public their
reasons for having suspended work.
A meeting of the Sampiolt soft sills
workers was held yesterday uftcrnocn
and tho executive committee's action
tei mally npproed.
"Mothei" .lonej Is back in the city
ugnlu mid last night iiddicsHcd the
meeting of -the Dunmoie-Petersburg
local nt Munley's hull,
Superintendent W. IT, Davis, of the.
Siiuquolt mill, who left the city Wed
nesday nfteinooil, Is expected home
fiom New Yoik tonunnnv or Sunday.
The only outbreak of any nature
which occurred yesterday took place
nt Valentine llllss' North Scranton
Yestenlay shower"! of stones were
tin own at the windows of the building
nnd a continuous (lie of abuse kept up
on the few hands who were at woik.
No actual assaults took place, however,
although an attempt, w.w mude to pre
vent two fjlii employes from entering
Anthouv Wentllne, of Duiimore, a
silk sii Ike sympathizer, was nuestcd
by Detective Will Clifford yesterday
foi creating a dlsluibance at the Pe
tersburg mill Wednesday night. Ones
of the loom fixers nt the mill was fol
lowed by a crowd of strikers, breaker
boys and others, when he left tho
mill and Wentllne Is alleged to have
been the ringleader.
The warrant for his an est was Is
sued at the Instance of Supeilntendont
I'.achofen, Wentllne was nirulgncd
befoie Aldctman Howe and fined $10,
In dcfmtll of which he was committed.
PIECE OF HARD LUCK.
When Ripper Attorneys Reached
Philadelphia tho Supreme Court
Amabel slight delay has been occa
sioned In the matter of the appeal
icgmdliur the constitutionality of the
famous llpper bill. AYhen tho attor
neys engaged on both aides reached
Philadelphia yesterday they wcro chn
gilned to find that the Supreme court
hud already adjourned for the week.
However, they sought out the chief
Justice and either justices of the Su
preme couit and discussed the matter
with them. They directed that the ap
plication be tiled and It Is expected
that the hem lug will be fixed for
either Monday or Tuesday of next
Attornev .lames H. Toney and ex
.Tudge H. A. Knapp returned last
evening on the S.tr, over the Locka
wanna and were rven by a Tribune
man. Roth arc of the opinion that
this delay of n couple of days will not
seriously hamper operations, but that
the Iteming will be pushed and de
cision lendeicd without nny moie Io
of time than if every thing hud re
sulted satlsfaetoiflly yesterday.
The decision must be handed down
by April 7, u on that day the thirty
day limit given the governor to ap
point recorders for Allegheny and
Pltlsbuig will expire.
Resides the two gentlemen already
mentioned. Joseph O'Hrleii and City
Solicitor Vosburg returned home yes
terday, while ex-Seimtor McDonlad re
Ask for Kelly's union erackeis.
1 School Children, Attention I
nl.SCK CAT HRANO
Funny Bit i:
Drawn by Boys and Girls
And will pay $2.00 for the best
drawing by a boy or girl attending
school, Must be on a card board 8j
by 1 1 inches, your name and address
on the back. Competion closes March
30. All the drawings submitted will
be displayed at our Hosiery Counter at
a date to be announced later.
415 AND 417
, III SCK CAT BKSMI
TS CHICAGO. B0CKF0RD ci - A. T
2 HOSIERY COMPANr SCrcHltOlls Pfl.
WAS EN ROUTE TO ST. LOUIS.
Feeble Minded Old Lndy from Mor-
rlstown nt Police Headquarters.
The chief of police of Morrlstown,
N. .T yesterday notified Chief Holding
over the long distance telephone that
a Slra. Crnudall, SO years of age, of
that city, was en route to St. Louis on
the Lackawanna train which reaches
this city al 12.o5 p. in., and nuked that
sho be detained here until fi lends at
lived from Morrlstown.
Detective Moir met the train and
took Mis. Crandatl to police head
quarters, whete quarters weie fitted
up tor her In the woman's wnnl. ller
clothing was rain soaked and she was
chllcd to the bone when the detective
Mrs. Crnndell left Morrlstown with
tho Idea nt going through to St. Louis,
where she has ft lends and i datives.
Kvldcntly she had walked some ills
tnnce in a haul rain tiofore teaching
the Now Jersey station.
THE RECORDER APPROVES
Believes Creation of the Office of De
linquent Tax Collector to Be Nec
essary and Gives Reasons.
The creation of the office of delin
quent tox collector, as recommended at
Wednesday night's meeting of the com
mon council by the special committee
which had tho reorganization ordinance
under consideration, meets with the
approval of Recorder Moir, because ho
believes the olllces of city treasurer
nnd delinquent tax collector cannot bo
"I can see no alternative to the cre
ntlon of this ofllce," snld he yesterday
to n Tribune man. "It seems to me to
be imperative. 1 have It on tho au
thority uf no lest a person than At
torney (roneral Klklns that tho offloes
of city trensurer and delinquent tax
collector ennnot be combined, even
though the ripper bill docs say that
they can. Tho city treasurer Is nn
elective official, while the tax collector
Is appointed by tho recorder. I am as
sured that an elective ofllce and an np
polntlvc ofllce cannot be combined.
"Jt has always cost us In the past at
least $3,000 every year to collect the de
linquent tax," the recorder continued,
"and wo ennnot expect to get It col
lected for very much less. If the com
mission provided In the reorganization
ordinance Is allowed to remain, the
work would simply be neglected and
the city would be out n very large sum
every year as a consequence."
QUO WARRANTO GRANTED.
Application of Hyde Park Gns Com
pany Is Successful.
Tho application of the Hyde Paik
Gas and Water company for a writ of
quo warranto against the Consu
mers' (las company, of this city, was
granted yesteidny by the attorney gen
eral at Hnrilsburg.
He Is about tn commence proceed
ings In that county agalnl the Con
sumers' lias company, to show cause
why Its charter should not bo declatcd
null and void.
NEW SCHOOL FOR MINOOKA.
The school board of Lackawanna
township bus advertised for :ealed
proposals for nn eight-ioom frame
school building to be erected at Cherry
and Klin streets, Mlnooku. This is the
building the construction of which was
delayed a long time by piticeedlngs In
PtACK CAT IIFASn -,
HOSIERY COMPANT 5T
KINOJIIA, Wis. :
I Lost Your Appetite ?
3j Well, we arc not surprised. It's enough to make a liun- J?
55 8rJ' bear lose his appetite when you expect him to cat off .
Z such chipped and crazed dishes. There is no excuse for It Se
j. when you can buy a complete set, for 12 people, for $15.00. &
e Or, what's better, select such pieces as vou need from any S
of our Open Stock Patterns.
should be able to suit you.
Geo. V. Millar &
LEWIS & REILLY
Always Busy. Always Honest.
1 14 and 1 16 Wyoming Avenue
For Gentle Spring
This is the sprouting time of life.
We furnish shoes for humanity
the noblest of all life.
For the Ladies.
We have four of the
most perfect creations in
the art of shoe making,
They are :
The Always Busy $2.00
Oar Special - - 2,25
The Nay Aug - 2.50
The Beautiful Melba 3.00
These shoes are all the
feet need.and all the heart
desires. In style they are
in perfect good taste. Our
guarantee goes with every
ALWAYS BUSY. ALWAYS HONEST.
114 and 116 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton.
ESTABLISHED I iM 1888.
2? lo Vfur RSfirrlA
id turn uivyviv X
In good shape for
) Is the time to have
8 Bitten bender & Co.,g
J 126 and 128 Franklin Avenue. JJ
OPEN APRIL 1.
4U6-408 Adams Ave.
A family hotel; fifty rooms; stilct
ly fivst-class; elevator &eivice; elec
tric bells; HiMes; private baths; sin
gle and4iW6uTe rooms; handsomely
furnished. Tor terms address,
E. E, THOMAS,
Now Piopiletor of "The Linden."
The Ulcksou Miuii.ri.cturiiig Co.
tcroton and VIIUs-llirr, I'.
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY EiSQINES
Dolltr. tloUtlneand Pumping Machinery.
- Central Ofllce, Bcrintoa. Fa.
We luvc variety enough and Sg
i k 4 5S
Co. JK2ttl2 I
For the Gentlemen.
We have styles that
are comfortable to the
feet, and beautiful to the
eye. The prices are :
These shoes are in
the prevailing leathers
Vici Kid, Valour Calf and
tlie ridiug season
your work doae. We do
are those weighed ilown by mental de
pre.ilou. Men rise in this world
through buoyant itcne force,
The loss of this force daily ilrar
down to failure gonie of the srortu'g
brightest minds, Such a coudttloa is
commonly known as Nervous Debility.
When jou loe felf-confidence and
feel your strength, energy nnd nlrve
force are clipping nway, it U high time
you ceeU tensible nid.
You prefer health and success to
misery and failure.
hive no equal a a nerve restorer. K
couple of boxen will dispel that heavy
feeling; the unnatural weariness ell,
nppeaianndreplices languor with new
.wivvnM.. .iui v. wujr villi i'iuiii. oijl
boie will cure nny ordliKiry case of
.IV.IHIS uri'llll. .1 UV(t UM gCk yOUr
81.00 tier box ! 6 for t-'iM maileil In
plain package. nooV frre. I'ual
MtDlciNU Co.. Clevrl.iml. Dliln.
I'or nie by John II. rhclns, rhsimcljt, coriur
Vjominj arcnuc aaJ tprucc ittttt.