The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 18, 1901, Page 3, Image 3
r-lt'ftt t ' 5T r THE SCHANTON TWJUqNE-THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1001. .. 3 Iyw , f f 1)! An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Stbup of Figs, manufactured by tho California Fio Svnur Co.. ilhiRtrato the valuoof obtaining tho liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to bo medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most ref i calling to tho tasto and acceptable to the syntcm. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa tive, cleansing the byatem effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub stance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it, the ideal laxative. In tho process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasaut to tho taste, buttheme'dicinal qualiticsof tho remedy are obtained from senna and other 'aromatic plants, by a method known to tho California Fio Svnur Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on tho front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, OAL LOUISVILLE, KY. OT5W YORK, N. Y. Foreslobyall Druggists PrlcoBOo pcrbottla lOL'IS Mtriltm WVIRIS, I'rwiiclcnt OJSHMIO s lOHNSOS.Wterroi.lilcnt. MiTiifii ii unti. Cashier 4- Capital, Surplus, $100,000 $100,000 County Savings Rank and Tr"st Company t 506 Spruce Street, J f Couit House Squaie, 4- SCRANTON, PA. Interest Paid on Sa tags Accounts 4. A l IIIOHIJ 1) Ii it ( luittr to irccpl . . i .ill minnri of rmt3, to act ns llrieitcr, Ira-lci, (!ii:ik)i in, Vrlministra tor 01 u utor TI1L WUTt of llin 1! inlv lie protect- -f I nl In tho Holmes 1 lccttic Ahrm 4- itcm -4 4- -DIRECTORS. 4- I WWHI" ( .IOIIS-OS -4 4 wm r iimisii.m) i r KiNOsnuR -4 4 1 uiunr w MtHK bc. noniNhOV losirii o'linu v. - Ice Cream. BEST IN TOWN. OC Per J)C Quart LACKAWANNA DAIRY CO 'Jtlerto&fOrdtri Promptly D.lvors-t ..-37 Adams Avenuo. : CITY NOTES : 4-4-4-4-4'4 I Ml. Ill II 1UII. -luiii (.illc-piL mMuiIij in ttlai lull in I l.o Him of SHC M 11 dilli-pic lici 11110 Iii- miiiIn MIL 1' WilllK Uorklmn u. n ii.l ,u inil.iiip pu hi ithiis inr the luitoliiittlon ol lln Iu,.-p In i-Ji 111 wliiih Hip truks of the IjcKi niliui mil Wwuiiini? Mcy llipid 'liui-it 10111 i n will mi- tho Jiiliujro diiil llinKoii 11I I Iif-.ii .ill uilioiil tricks neu u 1 IHtl AI.DLIlMlSir MSUHIMII'H -lohii l.ii-kdou anil Mlv. Seine WhiMi r, hold of Hut Amnion, ui imriHil jisteiilij ifuinoon l M1I11111111 liinii hisioii Aliuoit at. the sunn lime Mil, 1111 111 U ,s. illir joine.1 in wullmk 1I1111 loti .mil Mies IMIiiur Arnliiini, both nt this tit;. II WTIIWlin ATTKSIin.S.-llie iiniriit luuulicr (f tlo liiiiirimi) World dnntft. (omlilir alilespiio lo 1 u port ot 1 liamput of llio North (..islcm IViim-jUhiiU j'iiilj nt tho Mutuil I i'o of Now Vrk, ,-iceull giun in Ilio .lmii;ii In this cil. 1 lie apart 11 inonipiuiril lij .1 n lli.c picluir of .him lluj,lns lll.icl.iiuii, i,) )iAi tliuo nC tin ih ilia ot tint uiinpaii II tuib pjit of the blite. VrUIHO CI.UI! CONChllT.-'llie poaionrl coiKort of the Minlui iliib hu been arrangeil for Tuisdi), pril 0 'Iho sirions lomlilioii of 1'irl Gullik nukea it NiineHliat iloubtfnl Hut he will Engagement Extraordinary. 2 GRAND CONCERTS 3 BY The United States Marine Band of Washington, S, C. 74 HuBlclans, Assisted by Miss Amy Whaley, Supro.no, AT THE Ninth Regiment Armory, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Afternoon and Evening, Friday, April 26. ... Children under 15, 25c. PRICES MaUnee, 50 and 75c. i iiiwfcv Evening, 75c, f 1, $1,50. 1AHGEST, BEST PAID AND GWSATE3T NATIONAL BAND IN THE WORLD. Concert under the inducement vl Kay stone Lyceum Buieau. p'.tfma at iHll's Miulo (tore. be able to ling, bul In mm of his disability ht Icaclitr, Frncl Muhcr t'oncrt, the most promi nent baritone tlnger and teacher of America, tiaa very kindly consented nt great personal In convenience, to flit his place. 8CKANT0X CltOItAli UNION'.-On next Tues day evening this organisation will gl'O " third annual concert at the Hickory Htieel Prcabjtcrlan tluircli, South Side. Tim Chora union conslsli ol scxenty voice and they will be heard In some ury difhcult music, llaucr a lull orchestra will awlst, as will also Mlsi Ilea trlco Morris, reciter! Miss Crist, pianist, and other sololnts A rare musical treat is In ftorc for the musta lovers ot Scranton. Professor (J, U. Ucrman Is director ot the organisation. SritfCIC rV PALMNH MRTAt.-Iloyd Mr lock, of Prospect aenue, rccelxed Injuries which resulted in his bclnit Mkcn to the Lackawanna hospltil while worklns Jisterdiy afternoon at the Dickson MamitirtiirinK coniin' loromollvo i.l. I, a mi I'lllV .Irrrl. Mt rllll U WIS WlirkillK ill rectly under a larnr- sheet of Iron suspended In midair about 1 o'clock, whin one of Its list eners suddenly uac w.i) inl It '!" " c" ciped bilnir crushed imdci It. but was struck by ono rorncr aim stunned At the hospital It waa found that no bones were broken nor seri ous Injuries liirtlited, hut that tho young man's ticrsmu ytcm hid rerclwd a very violent shock. ORDINANCE IS ILLEGAL. City Solicitor Wntson Declnies Meas- uie Providing for Providence Boad Pave to Be Worthless. City Solicitor Watson, In an opinion sent into tolcct council on Tuesday nlKhl, but not icad on account ot the tho oaily adjournment taken, dcclated the ordinance ptovidlnjr for the paving of I'ioldinep road lo be Illegal. The point on which he decides It to be Invalid is ono which has not been pievlously raised: It Is that tho oidl nanto conflletH with the original reso lution passed by both councils and published in the dally papers for sixty days before tho Introduction of the or dinance, as leriulred by low. This resolution notified the pioporty owners that a pac was to becon structed on Court street fiom Provi dence road to Diamond avenue, on Dia mond avenue fiom Coutt street to Piovldence road, and on Providence road from Diamond avenue to tho Car bon street bridge across the Lacka wnnna river. The ordinance, by an oversight on the part of the pel son who drew It up, makes no provision whatever for the paving of Diamond avenue. It provides that a pave shall be laid "fiom Court stieet in ii southerly di i cation to Providence toad," but does not say on what street it is to be laid. In the opinion the city solicitor sets forth that theic arc other ica Minsi vhv tho measure is not legal, but does not lefer specifically to them. It is known, however, that he holds that the petition which was presented, signed by a majority of the propeity ownets and asking for a special hind o pavement, is not to be considered as a petition for a pavement, but mere ly a document signed bv the property owners when they realized that an improvement was being forced upon them. If this is Uue, it would lequire sixteen otcs In both councils to pass the ordinance. Fifteen was the high est number tecoided in either branch in faoi of the measuie It is likelv that either Mi. Finn or Mi. Alwotth will Intioduce a new or- rllii'inon Ir, Mm np.ir future, nnd th.lt btfoie doing so another attempt wilH be made to secuie a petition lor ine pavement signed by a majority of the piopeity owners BOSEVILLE TEAM COMING. New Jeisey Bowleis Will Appeal at Gieen Ridge Alleys. A lieat is piomised In the bowling line foi a week from Siturday night, when the Koseville Athletic as sociation's team of spkndlcl bowleis will appear at the allejs of the fit con Uldgo Wheelmen's dub This will le the second appeaiance 'n the cllv this season of the ciack New Jef-eyaien, who it will be lemembaied pUyed a picked team at the Klk alleys, eiily in the spison A team will be chosen 'mm this city's star bowleis to meet the Ttose ville club men, and Duflleld, Mitchell, Wat dell, Hopkins, Fowler and other of Scranton's stiong bowleis are men tioned among those fiom whom will be chosen the RoscIUe opponents. The affair will be essentially a club afiair, only Gieen Uidge Wheelmen and their fi tends being piesent. Cheap Bates to California. U'aitlPB desiiing to make trip to Cali fornia, AiUona or Now Mexico, cithei fot business oi pleasuie, can do so now at almost half pi ice. - Ueiy Tuesday, until Apt II 30th, In clusive, tickets maiked "Colonist" may be pun hused ia Southern Hallway for $44 00 fiom Washington, $16 GO from Philadelphia, and conespondlngly low pi Icon fiom othei points. The bouthein Kallway and Southern P.ulttc company opeiato thiough ex clusion sleepi'is fiom Washington, having Moudavs, Tuu'.sdais and Fti das, the Tuesday sleeper being avail able for "Colonist" tickets. Tho berth late in these sleepers is only $7.00, two people being allowed to occupy one berth if desiied. Peisonal ronductnis and Pullman poileis go through with each sleeper. Theio aie other new, convenient and economical features connected with these excursions which may lie ascertained trom Chailes L, Hopkins, Dlstilct Passenger Agent, Southern Hallway, 82S Chestnut stieot, Philadelphia, Rates to Pan-American Exposition. The Lehigh Valley rallioad an nounces the following jates from HCHANTON to the Pan-American ex position at Buffalo: Tickets with five days' limit, (In cluding day of sale), good In day coached only, will bo sold on TUES DAYS and SATUrtDAYS from May t to October 31, for $6 00 for tho round tUp. Tickets with ten days' limit will be srld every day, May 1 to October 31, at 58 00 for the round ttip. For further Information consult LB HIGH VALLEY TICKET AGENTS, The Spalding for 1001, If perfection In the maklnr, of a bi cycle has ever been or ever wU be at tained It is embodied In the Spalding Chalnlesa equipped with the hub coast er and brake; a little time spent in looking It over will pay you even though you do not contemplate buying a wheel, tho Ingenuity and science used In constructing such a inuchlne will surprise you. Call and see. Floiey & Brooks, 211 Washington avenue. Oigans for Sale Cheap. You cap buy a good second hand Or gan as low as $10 00 at Guernsey Hall, J, W. Guernsey, Prop . JH Washing. Ion avenue, Sctanton, Pa. STRIKE IS AT AN END; MEN RETURN TO WORK Switchmen Employed by D., L. & W. Company in This City Are Again Performing Their Accustomed Duties Tho strike ot tho Lackawanna vard men, which began Tuesday at noon, came to an end at 2.30 o'clock yester day afternoon. The strikers wont into session In Carpcntets' hall yesterday morning, with Grand Mastcr.Fiank T. Ihtwley, of Huffalo, piesldlng, and, after dollberatlnjr for hIx hours, de tided to return to work. Many of tho men went direct from the meeting to tho yard, without waiting to change their clothes, and statted In to iclleve tho congested switches. Last night the full force was at work, and the full day force 1b expected to be on hand this morning. What transpired at the meeting would not he given out bv the switch men, 'but It la understood the grand master advised Ihem to return to work and leave the adjustment of their grievances to their officers. A committee of tho strikers waited on General Superintendent Clarke In tho morning to arr.tnge for a confer ence between him and Grand Master Hawley, regarding tho reinstatement of the two discharged men. Supeilntend ent Clarke declined to confer on this matter, and told the committee that ho could not bring himself to consider this a matter demanding a conference. Tho men had been discharged, he said, be cause their services were unsatisfac tory to the company and not for any other reason. RETURNED TO WORK. The strike s returned to wotk with out exacting conditions. They were pleased, however, to find upon their re turn that the two men who had been brought on from Hoboken to take the placos of Herrlty and Toomey weie not about, and that Yardmaster E E Nowoll had announced he would ap point two men from the Scranton yard to the positions which the discharged men had filled. These are .semi-official positions, Hemty having ibeen an as sistant yaidmaster, at a salary ol $1011 a month, and Toomev being net in lino under Henity. The fact that men were imported from another division to till these places was quite as much a gilevance to the strikei.s as weio the discharges Yardmaster Now ell said yesterday to a Tribune repoiter that he would today announce the names of the men to be piomoted. John Murray, the assistant yai ilmas tei, who quit rather than insttuct the Imported men, was at woik vestei day afternoon. General Supeiintendent Clarke said he understood Mm i ay had not been discharged, but had resigned, and if he wished to resume his position he would be permitted to do so "I don't propose to be thin-skinned In such matteis," the superintendent added. As a lestilt of the strike, all tho mines sending coal over the Lackawanna had to shut down yesterday The few switchmen on hand during the morning were utilised to steer the first-class tialns and fast freights through the yard. In the afternoon and last night tho mine tuns were manned with extra hands to take away the coal from the mine switches and supply empty cats EXTRA HANDS PROTESTED. The etra train hands who weie or deied to icport for duty at 7 o'clock esteidav morning came around on time, but only a few- of them would agiee to work in the vaid. The othots, in a body, wilted on the company offi cials to protest against doing anv switching They were told that the company would not insist on their doing any work other than that for which they were regul.uly employed Those extia men who were not sent out on runs went home. It is believed now that 'the switch men decided to return to work with the undei standing that the grievance which caused them to go out on Tues day will 'be included with tho othei grievances which they will call upon the company to adjust at the geneial confeience they expect will take place May 1, when, among other things, a demand will be made for a uniform scale of wrages throughout the whole Delawaie, Lackawanna and Western sj stem. The ofllceis of the local switchmen's union deny all knowledge of the 10 poited confeience at Huffalo of tho switchmen of the vaiious roads entei Ing thete. Though the stilke only lasted ft day, It caused a gieat loss to a largo num ber of business houses and manufac turing establishments, besides the loss entailed by throwing thousands of men and boys out of woik at the Delawaie, Lackawanna and Western inlnes.whloh had to shut down becauso they could get no cars. WHAT TRUESDALE SAID. AVith teftienco to the Switchmen's stiike, the New York Commticlal Ad veitlser of last night ci edits Presi dent Truesdale with making the fol lowing statement: "It has come to a pass nowadays," ho said, "whole tho position of tho employer has been mado deeldedoly uncomfortable. Our oftlcluls aie con stantly occupied in meeting various committees of the men and taking tip time in the consideiathm of sots of ridiculous and absurd gilevances. Our men nto well paid and well tieated; theie can bo no question of that. Wo have been always ieady to treat with them on tho question of wages, but we must absolutely refuse to submit to oi even enteitaln any pioposlthm In tho matter of discipline." NOTHING KNOWN OF IT HERE. Reported Combine of Locomotive Works Believed to Be a Myth. Tho rumors which have gone abroad In the land tegardlng a gigantic loco motive trust to be formed by those con nected with the J, P. Morgan Interests, mention the Dickson Manufacturing company as ono of the concerns which would bo embraced by tho tentacles of the octopus. An nitlclo In Tuesday's New York Journal gave tho ten large locomotive plants of the countiy, the Dickson among them, as the concerns destined to bu absoibed. Tho com pany's local officials deny all know ledge pf any deal being on. Said one of them yest,eiday; "In a desultory way we have heard vague rumors of a trust being likely to be formed, but never anything definite. Pereonally, I take no stock in the ic port. The mere fact that tho Baldwin Locomotive Alanufactuilng company, of Philadelphia, Is mentioned among the companies which would be Involved In tho deal convinces me that there Is no foundation for tho rumor. "This company Is about the laigost In the countt v, being as big as tlneo or four ordinary ones, and Its pulley Iihh always been openly deelund as antt eotnibliic. Thev have tppciledlv slated they would never go into anv combine, and therefote I think there Is little likelihood of their being a party to this transaction. Then, too, many of the companies mentioned are practically owned by big railroad companies, and this, too, would militate against the formation of a trust." POSTAL REGULATIONS. Number of New Orders and Rulings Contained in Last Number of the Postal Guide. The United Statesofflcl.il postal guide for Apiil was received josteulay at tho postoftlce, and a peiusal of Its contents revealed many Intel estlng facts legard ing changes In tho genet al service One of the most Important pieces of Information of the issue Is contained in oider No 395 This ordeis that all mill matter for transmission to tho island possessions from the United States shall be subject to the national domes tic classilicatlon conditions and rates of postnge, and that the s-ame i ule ap plies to all mall matter originating in the islands and sent either here or to another of the possessions. Hawaii and Porto Rico are Included in the teim "United States," and Guam, Tutaile nnd the Philippines in "tho island possessions " Letters sent by United Stales sol dleis, sailois or innilnes In seivlee .it Cuba, Guam, the Philippines or Titlulla to places in tho states nnd ondoised "soldiei's," "sailor's" or "mailne's let ter," may be dispatched without pre payment of postage and only the single rs.tc shall be collected on delivery. Postmaster Geneial Smith also an nounces in this order that United States postage stamps shall be valid for the payment of postage In tho Island pos sessions and the overpilnted stamps of the possessions shall be accepted In payment of postage wherever the na tional stamps aie valid Ono of tho first assistant postmaster general's bulletins notifies postmasters that on Apiil 1, tho maximum amount of a money mder issued In Canada for paiment in the United States was In cieased to $100. All renteis of lotk-boxes and diawcis at postoffices will henceforth be prohib ited fiom using any kes not obtained fiom the respective local postmasters All except legular manufactuiois of postofflce fuinltme and fixings aie en jokied fiom making or causing tho making Qf any keys or appliances by the use of which any box or diawer at a postofTlce may be opened Thild Assistant Postmaster Geneial Edwin C. Madden gles a number of nistiuotions in the guide about the i.sp of the Pan-Ainencan stamps. This senes of stamps, In one, two foui, five, eight and 10 eents denominations, will be ieady foi issue to postm.isteis or their requisitions about Apiil D", and will be placed on sale .May 1, un til t)ct. .11, 1901. The stamps aie not intended to be sold exclusively in place of the legular stamps, and all postmastois must keep a stock of the latter on hand, and only sell the Pan-Amei lean sei les when asked for them Stamped en velopes or postal cauls will not be issued with tho new stamps piintcd theieon. Assistant Postmastoi General Mad den also icquests the postmaster at pveiv fice deliveiy oflkelo send in the names and nunibeis of tho tlneo can lots who leglstcicd the gieatest number of ai tides on their loutes uuilng the period liom Jan. 1 to June SO, 1001, as soon after July I as piac tlcable. The nuinbei of ,n tit les leg Isteied by caih is also requested, as foi ceitaln put poses the depai tinont wishes to asceitaiu the names of those v.'lio have given the highest degiee of satisfaction in this bianch of tho sim vic e. ROSE BUSHES GIVEN AWAY We have imported from Holland 2,500 large Hardy Hybrid Rose Bushes, which we will give free to our cus tomers Thurday, Friday and Saturday, Under the Following Conditions: With a Purchase of $1.00, 1 Rose Bush With a Purchase of $3.00, 2 Rose Bushes With a Purchase of $5.00, 3 Rose Bushes With a Purchase of $10.00, 5 Rose Bushes With a Purchase of $3.00, 1 Crimson Rambler No customer will receive more than 5 rose bushes. The quality and varieties are the most desirable two years old bushes that we are capable of selecting, and with proper care, will blossom this season. VARIETIES GENERAL JACQ ULRIOH BRUNNER PAUL NEYRON LA FRANCE MABEL MORRISON1 JOHN HOPPER FISHER HOLMES OHAS. LAMB ANNIE WOOD M. P. Wilder GLORINDE MARGOTTIN MEARS & HAGEN Another notice front the frame au thority instructs the postmasters to notify all publishers ot periodicals of tho tequlteincnts of section 294 of the poslnl laws and legutntlotts, which snvs that advertisements In periodi cals must bo permanently attached thereto, nnd must be of uniform slr.o with the pages of the publication. Postmastois are nlso nd vised that public llbrai y books otherwise trans missible at the third class rate ishall not bo subjected to a higher rate be cause of beaiing the shelf number, date of donation or anv maik of de signation which may be construed m an "iiiBcilptlon." Ofllclnls aie also informed that rates on tlilid class matter are not nffocted by the fact that It may contain a per foimatlon which ran he usoii for ear ly lug coin. A single subscription blank, though minted on card-boatd and arrangeil with a perforation for cairylng coin, hut conforming to the stalutoiy requirements may bo mailed with a second class publication by tho publisher;), although when mailed nop uinlely It would be chnrgeable with the fouttlt i ate. SILK 'STRIKER FINED. Nellie Openwitch Charged with Throwing Stones by Mr. Bliss. Nellie Openvltch, n. sixteen-year-old silk mill striker, tcsldlng In PrlcCburg, was yesterday at rested on a warrant Issued over a week ago by Alderman W. S. Millar, on the oath and Infor mation of Valentine Bliss, owner of the silk mill at Dickson City. She Is charged with throwing stones at some of the girls who have boon w mklng at the mill during the strike. The testimony bi ought out at the hear ing tended to show that even as late as Tuesday she threw .stones at and otherwise maltreated tho girls who are working. In lining her $10. the aldoimnn asked If she didn't know that it was against tho lnw to intetfero with poisons who are working honestly. "No, I don't," she replied hotly, "and T don't care whether It is or not. No one has a right to work when there's a stilke.1' AN APPEAL FOR THE MISSION. Management Is Anxious to Have the Debt Removed. In v lew of a generous donation to the Florence Ciittendon mission home, which i educes the debt on the prop eitv to ?r00, the bo.ud of managers has decided to appeal to the numerous f i lends of the work to aid In raising the lemaining amount befoie the re quiied July payment Is made, thus hoping to clear the property entirely of indebtedness. Fifty dollais pavs for a life memhei ship, and if ten people Willi become life members this effort will ac complish the long hoped for purpose. To those w ho have so kindly assisted in tho past and to all Intel ested in the noble work of sheltering the unfortun ate, the management uiges thoughtful and piaverful attention to this earnest appeal Life membership might not be possible to all who desire to helD In this effoit, but any gift, however small, will be much appi eclated. Communi cations may ibe addressed to Florence Ciittenden Home, 716 Hariison avenue. TONIGHT'S EVENTS. n liilurstiiis llimtntcd licfnre will lie gieu umler the nuspicrs of the I ngmeciij' clnli m tlie nuditnrium of tlie lioinl ot tnde this cMining bj Ah. Clnrlrt I'ior, of Pliilirlilpliia. Subject, ' Mcclnnicil Methods in the Storage of Anthra cite nnd Bituminous Coal " All interested in this line of work are cotdialb muted to he pn-tcnt ... Bicycles for 1901. Aftci caiefully examining neatly all of the new wheels for 1801 we have se lected tho following line, Hist, tho old lellablo Spalding, followed by the Cleveland, Ivei Johnson, Crescent, Nyack and Laclede. Eveiy one of them guaianleed bv the best makeis in the business Pi ices to suit eveiy one, chain wheels from $23 00 to $50 00; chalnless from $50.00 to $75 00; coaster biake $3 00 extra; also a nice lino of boys and gills wheels. Floiey & Btooks, 211 Washington avenue, A Spring Tonic. Lvoivbudy needs a tonic in the spilng: at this time tho system craves a tonic. It is house-cleaning time for youi body. Lichty's Celeiy Nerve Compound will tone up your netves, blood, kidneys and liver, and 1111 you with health and eneigy. Sold by Mat thews Brothers. Smoke the "Kleon" 5c. Cigar. Smoke the new Go. cigar, "Kleon," Gu.uanteed Havana Filler. G ainey, Brown &. Co. Ask for Kelly's union crackers. BARONESS ROTHSCHILD MRS. JOHN LAING JULIS MARGOTTIN COQUETTE DES BLANCH. MARGARET DICKSON DUKE OF TECK FEAU DES BLANCHES MARQUISE DE CASTELLANS MADAME VICTOR VEICHIR GENERAL WASHINGTON BARON DE BONSETTIN 415-417 Lackawanna Avenue WrtttWywywv i Beautiful China! Let the enjoyment of beautiful china be yours. Imagine qe of Havlland c Col's Dinner Set patterns beaming out upofc you from your china cabinet or gracing your.l'ablcB with ItB dainty elegance. If you can't afford a complete set t one tlmo remember Its an Open Stock pattern, select a few piadis NOW, a few later on and in a short time have a completolwti CYvWKVV. Geo. V. Millar & - ir f f r - jr yHfcE'SiES MfiMiMiiimiiiiii ALWAYS BUSY Gentlemen : In our Korrect Shape Shoes you get $5 worth of wear, $5 worth of style and 100 worth of comfort all for $4.00 only $4.00. Ask to see our Oxfords. LEWIS & FOR MENWV All CTVI rC T Ate NE PRICE -tlTM HlW TRADE MARK J K anHHiiiimnuiinu j Home Industry K Has Produced the K SCRANTON BICYCLE 55 1901 Models are ready for your approval. You 5 O get a 363 days' guarantee on Scranton Bicycles. W Bittenbender & Co. J 5 126 and 128 Franklin Avenue. p J MANUFACTURERS, A Bicycle Bargain Sale At the Opening of the Season Wc have placed FIFTY FIH3T-CLASS HI CYCLES on sale nt prices less than octual cost to us. The assortment is a varied one all standard makes, and includes Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Models. This is the first time Standard Bicycles have bien offered at reduced prices in Scranton at the opening of the season. J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO 312-314 Lackawanna Avenue. I THE Title Guaranty and Trust Co. No. 516 Spruce street, Scranton, Penna. ,;. Capital, Full Paid BOARD OF 1I10MAS 1011K, AVnjM.W II. MifMNTOCK, II,MM V. IIAIIMI.M), ARRAM M SIIIIT, JOHN WILMS 1I0M.U.MU CK, .JOUMf O'KHII-S. 0. b. JOII.NbOV, AUC.UhT I.OIII.NhOV, W'.MtY A. KN.M'I', EXECUTIVE COMAUTTEE. Abram Nesbitt, William F. HalUtead, Thomas H. Watkins, O. A limited number of 5 per cent, thirty-year Gold Coupon Bonds of the Spring Brook Water and Supply Company are offered subject to prior sale, ! These bonds are recommended to the public as a safe and conservative investment. U. A. Wat res Andrew H. flcCHntock Henry A. Knapp Ralph S. Hull , Willard, Warren & Co. ".. ?r'm' ;" rvaiK in ana look Around, REILLY nuumfl I FINEST NUr IMPORTED l AND DOMESTIC A LEATHERS ' J lUMIIji $150,000 00 DIRECTORS. f.fQUUi: It. MIITII. URUfclT WW MILS'. 'IIIOMVS II W Mhl.S 1,. A. -W A I Ills. S. Johnson t t President Vice.President Vice-President Trust OHIctr Knapp, Solicitors, Shoe. Jfl MM1IP' 'll ita..iiniL ;i J II T dnj I f l fi II m I s .'. .."'--- 1 .