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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1901'.
THE MODEIW JtAHDWAnB 8T0J12.
Is what you got when
yoti buy nn ALASKA
are the coldest refrigera
tor made they require
less ice they'ro charcoal
filled they'ro zlno lined
thoy keep perlshnblo
foods longer than nny
other refrigerator. You
enn get them at
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. Washington Ave
Attractive Warm Weather
Clothing for Little Ones
The rrolcsl. anrt mn.t rmnfiirlablp vr(n
and band, Uplit In wricht, yrt havlns
lltll wnel. The (ini7o Nlclit fJowni fnr
sultry nishts, Mlllo r)iesci, .Tuckets nnd
("rata Ir. (he fl.ilntlrst molest materials.
Infants' Outfits for Juno a fpcclalty.
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce Street.
TclrtShnnp or mail m n postal to rill at your
homeand quote price on laumlerlntr any quality
or lind of lace or fash curtains. Results guar
mm. mm V
A. ForeM Doi-shlmer, of South Main
avenue, a student at litieknolt uni
versity, returned home Thursday ac
companied by Ills fellow-student,
nofrur Williams, of Susquehanna
county, noth were tendered a recep
tion in the evening at the home of
Mr. IJcsliimer's parents. Those in
attendance were: Jlisses Grace Sur
dani, Bessie Airey, Mabel Dershimer,
Kdna Kvans. Hollo Talman and Miss
Rcnnett, Messrs. Fred Carpenter, .Tolm
Williams, ItfiRor Williams, Walter A.
Capuell and A. Forest Dershimer.
P. Shelton Walker, or MinneapolH,
and Miss Marion Smith were united
in marrhisc on Thursday night at the
IiartJoljMBe of the Kim I'aik church, by
Hev. Di: C. Jr. Glflln. A reception fol
lowed at the home of the bride, on
Franklin avenue. The couple left for
Buffalo, where they will spend sev
eral dayss, afterwards leaving for
Minneapolis, where they will make
their home for the present.
Ashablo Dershimer and Miss Anna
Vanrlorllns, both of Falls', Pa., were
united in marriage on Wednesday at
the homo of tho bride's brother, "Wil
liam Vanderling. The coiemony was
performed by Ttov. Wrigley, nsslsted
by llev. HlKRins. ' Tho groom is a
brother of A. M. Dershimer, of South
Main avenue, who attended the wed
ding, accompanied by his daughter,
Miss Mabel 'Dershimer.
Cards are out for tho wedding of
Miss Josephine Darling Lees, of Gib
son street, and Itev. Frank J. Mill
man, of Tottsville, which , will occur
at St. Luke's church tit high noon on
Juno -I). Tho ceremony will bo per
formed by Uev. Dr. Israel. Tho
bridal party will bo unattended. AV.
11. fierce, of Philadelphia; Mr. Gil
moro and Mr. Sprauch, of Pottsvllle,
and Mr. Franklin Howell, of Scran
ton, will nut as ushers. The bride
and sioom will ho at home at Potts
vlllo after August in, where Tier. Mr.
Mllhunn is pastor of tho Second
J. Harry Augwln. of Dunmore, and
Miss Flora Frear, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. M. D. Frear, of lirch street, were
quietly nuiniod In St. Mark's church
at high noon yesterday. Only tho Im
mediate families of tho young people
were present. They will bo at home to
their friends in their newly furnished
homo on Olive street In Scranton.
James M. Thomas, of Philadelphia,
and Miss Kiln. Davies, of this city,
wore quietly married yesterday by
itev, William K. Morgan, ut ills home
n West Scranton. Jlr. and Mrs.
l'homas will reside In Philadelphia.
Henry Dellti. Jr., is In New York city.
Mls May Allno is the guest of MUs Jjlivln
MUs Calhciinc Pratt Is home from school at HI.
nlia for the summer,
Mr. Willis A, Krmmcrer is visitlnj relatbej
.t Mngliaintoii, X. V,
0. I). Jonej and family have ene to Lake
Vricl for tho uimnicr.
1. 1", Mrsuijjcl and wife espect to go over tho
illU to At lei, Monday. N
Mrs. Aija Williams is at Pasailcna, Cil., tho
,-u6t of Mrs, 1", Jt. Srt.m.
Mr. Sanborn, of the Itescue Mission, tia
Holiday for the Maine woods.
Isaac llaslam, formeily of this rltyft has oc.
jcptrd a position at Chicago, III,
Mrs. Alhro and MUs Allno, of Jefferson ac
nue, are Ultlns friends at Ilrech lake.
Mr. and Mis. A. 11, Sliopl.ind left yesteiday
fur Canada and the Thousand lilauds.
Mis. Pennls J-'amhon has relumed from New
Mllford, where she visited her mrcnU.
Mr, and Mis. John It. Tiotli le.no Monday
for a four weeks' fUhlnir trip In Millie.
W, II, Jesup, Jr., and family will occupy a
The business of hanking is some,
thing of a mystery. AVe are al
ways pleased to explain to our
customers anything they do not
furnished collage t Montrose during the com
MIm L'pdcRMft ami Mis Hall, of Ctmtrn, arc
vhdtlng at Jim. Frail', on Miiliicriy Mrrst.
Judge John P. Kelly will preside in quarter
jcwilonq contt In t.tirerne county next week.
Dr. h. M. Oate.4 and daughter, IluHjn, have
gone to Htiffato to attend the Pan-American,
Ihe Mle tihly, of New York, aie pue.ti at
the home of cx-FbtrirT ltolilnnn In (Keen llldge.
Jllw Nan lluck, nf M.nlKon avenue, l the
gurat of MUs Nettle llenuood, of thinner's lMil',
Mls lldlth Norton, having finished her season's
wnik In New York, Is home for part of the sum
mtr. Mm. Prank Von sdiradcr, of Ottmm.i, la,, la
xlsltlng her p.tirnl., Mr. and Mm. V, II. l'lce.
Henry Wenrel, of the Scranton Homo (lining
room, will spend next wcik at the Pan-American
Iteit Mercerau, llnwaid Hand and Harold Nor
ton haie returned home from school for the sum
mer Mica Hon.
MierllT 0. H, S.'chadt lelt last night for Ituffato,
wheic he will view the wondrra of the Pan
Alderman John T. Howe Is hai k from l.ckin
on, where he nttended the slate encampment of
the Sons of Veterans.
Miss Jennie Lambert, ot Shen.indo.lh, Is the
guct of Mr. and Mis. W. 1). lloihc at their real
deiup on niti-ou fticet.
Mrs. Arthur HnlchlMiii ( base, of Washington,
Is spending the Mimmer months at thu home u(
her paients in this clly.
Marion lllchniond, of Ppieiker'.s Kiiher shop,
lift )rlenl.iy to ntleiul a conentlon of Chils
thin Sclenthls In flnton.
Mlvs Leila Poller reclled bcfoie the FMIn
Phannaeentlcal rnncntloii at tho Oneonta, liar
tey's Lake, Thur.sdny night.
J, .1. Williams piesident of the Merchants
ntifl Mechanics hank; A. .1. ('ney and John
Itonore spent jesteiday in Wilkejcllauo.
Mrs. A. M. C'rawshaw and son, of Minneapolis,
Minn., nie tbi- guent nt the fiiniier'rf piiviiIn
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson, nf rlreeuunnil.
Mlw Mary A. Padden, of Phelps street, tm
gone to Wii'hlncton, P. (""., wheic she will visit
her aunt, Mis Mary D.ivitt, for several weeks.
1'iank Reifenbnrg, a mall carrier of St. ,Ineph,
Mo., who, with his wife, Is visiting filends In
tills city, was n guest at the postofHtc yeslnday
.Indue II, M, IMnards, Atlomey John M. Har
ris and Attorney W. A. Wilcox will attend the
aiitni.il meeting of the State Par association at
Iledfnnl Spiing.s ne.vt Monday.
Hev. Pr. and Mrs. Spleker, of Mt. Ally, Pbila
delphia, and .Mrs. fSnmcr lieese, of Chestnut Hill,
Philadelphia, aio the guests of Itev. and Mrs.
S'plckcr, of Holy Trinity church.
1'iank Spencer, of New Yoik city, who holds a
ie-ponsihle position with the American Steel Hoop
company, is spending a few days with his patents,
Mr. and Mis. A. L. Spencer, nf fiieen Itidge.
Attlmr L. Collins, Ibe well known writer nf
verse, is home from a brief vacation. Mr. Col
1 flit is employed tho gtealer portion of the
time looking alter the inteiesls of his firm in the
MLes Anna Spiess and Louise Itohinson, the
latter a daimbter of ex-Sheriff Charles l!obinnn,
weie graduated on Thursday from St, Ann's
academy, Wilkes-ltarre. The gradual ing exercises
weie attended by Charles Hobinon and family
and Victor Knih and family.
We Have Them.
White and black printed Swisses
the proper thing for summer wear.
Don't miss seeing them. Meats &
His Malto-Moat Extract Is Attract
ing a Great Deal of Attention
in tho Medical World.
H. Prueniers, of the Central Pennsyl
vania Urewing company, is at tho head
of tho Malto-Meat Kxtract company,
and is now putting on the market a
inalto-mo.it extract which is intended
to take the place of beef extract, as a
diet for the sick and convalescent.
Malt Is the raw material used, and it
is treated with chemicals in u manner
which gives it the flavor of beef ex
tract. Its maker claims that it con
tains far more albumen than the latter,
however, and Is therefore far more
nutritious and better adapted for its
Mr. Prueniers perfected tho extract
in May, 1!)00, but is only now putting it
on the market, having already recruit
ed the services in its behalf of a num
ber of local physicians, who vouch
highly for its elllcacy. His manufac
turing plant is in the annex to the
brewery plant on Klglith street. It
consists of a number of the most mod
ern appliances and can turn out dally
about seventy-five dozen of the two
ounce jars in which the extract is put
The process of manufacture consists
of first treating the raw material with
the chemical solution, which entirely
changes the taste of the malt, and then
boiling it, following which the com
pound Is cleaned through a filter. Tho
next step is to put it in a large vacuum
pan, exhausting the air and boiling it
at tho low mark of about 124 degrees,
instead of 210 degrees, the boiling point.
In this manner the nlbumeu does not
coagulate, tho great advantage of
which process is the saving of the al
bumen and thus added nutriment. It
is then run inlo a second pan, whore it
is allowed to remain for some time and
thickens. The entire period of manu
facture covers about four days.
There is not a bit of animal matter
used in the extract, and Mr. Prueniers
feels certain that his long period of
study and thought has been rewarded
by a compound which will prove a
revolutionizing element among rem
edies of this sort.
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS.
The Mill End Sale at Goldsmith's
Continues to Attract Wise Buyers.
Tho same eiitliinlasm with which
the shoppers nf this vicinity greeted
thu opening of tho great Mill Kud
Sale at Goldsmith's Ilauaar eontiues
without any sign of abatement, Mon
day will mark the last threo days
of tills great money saving sale, as It
will positively close Wednesday, For
further particulars see largo adver
tisement on last puso of today's
FEDERAL COURT NOTES.
Anthony Vandorllu, of Williams
port, yesterday (lied u voluntary peti
tion in bankruptcy with Clerk K. w.
rt. Kearle, of tho District Federal
court. His liabilities uie J10S.03 and
his assets ?2M,ie.
C W, and J, H. Sniffer, of Lebanon,
yesterday illed with Clerk I-J. W. K,
Soarlo a denial of having committed
any acts of bankruptcy and ask for
a .buy trial. Creditors of the firm
flle.i a petition to iiavo them declared
bankrupt May 30.
Home Grown Vegetables and Fruits
May lie had tills morning. Deans,
Fancy Green Peas, Cucumbers, Let
tuce, Onions, Asparagus, etc Straw,
berries from local growers in abund
ance. Cherries, Apricots, Plums,
Peaches, Pineapples, and a full as
sortment of the best goods to bo oh
tained. Order early and wo will do
the rest. Pierce's Market, 110-111
Decorated Crepe, Plain Tissue Paper
Norton's, opposite Hotell Jermyn.
Try the new 5o cigar "Kleon."
PRESENTED WITH CEREMONY
IN THE NEW ARMORY.
Meinbors of tho First and Third Bat
talions Rocoived tho Honors Last
Night That Thoy Won at tho Riflo
Range Presentation Speeches
Made by Judges H. M. Edwards
and John P. Kelly Address De
livered by Colonol 0, Bow Dough
erty, of tho Ninth Regiment.
Theru were a Inrge number of spec
tators present at tho now armory Inst
night to witness tho presentation of
marksmen's badges to tho mouthers nt
the First and Third battalions of tho
Thirteenth regiment nnd tho review of
the companies by Colonol C. Dow
Dougherty, of the N'lnth regiment, of
Wllkes-Barre, acting commander of
tho Third brigade In tho absence ot
General J. P. S. Gobln,
Tho review did not take place, how
ever, owing to tho absence ot the regi
mental band, but the presentation ot
badges was held, and tho addresses
rnado by Judges II. M. Kdwards and
John P. Kelly and Colonel Dougherty
proved mo.it interesting features of tiro
At 8.30 o'clock all eight of the local
ompanlcs were In tho drill room,
drawn up In battalions on tho north
erly side of tho building, facing a box
near tho Gibson street entrance, In
which were scaled Colonel II. M. Doles,
Colonel C. Dow Dougherty, Hon. IT. M.
Kdwards, Hon. John I. Kelly, ilajor
W, S. Millar, assistant adjutant gen
eral for the Third brigade, and several
members of Colonel Dougherty's .staff,
who camo up from Wilkes-Darro with
him. Colonel L. A. Walres later joined
Tho westerly balcony was Illicit with
spectators, a largo number were also
in tho other balcony, and every box
was tilled with persons Interested In
the guard. After a march around tho
interior of the great room, the two bat
talions were drawn up by companies In
front of the stand, Lieutenant Colonel
W. Stlllwell at the nead of the Sec
ond and Major Frank Kobling stand
ing In front of the Third.
Colonel If. M. Holes opened tho exer
cises by briefly commenting upon the
Immensity and general completeness of
the armory, and expressing his hopes
that the regiment would be as distin
guished in tho occupancy of it as It
was in the old one. He then introduced
Judge John P.. Kelly, who was to pre
sent the Stillwell silver trophy to tho
With customary dlflidenco his honor
disclaimed all knowledge ot things
military. "Bui," said he, "I dare say I
have as much admiration for Hio skill
with which the soldier can employ his
weapons as the most ardent enthusiast
present. No man belonging to a mlll
Inry organization can lay claim to pro
ficiency, unless possessed of a reason
able amount of skill in the use of the
Instruments of offense and defense. In
this particular the soldiers of the Thir
teenth regiment have been always rec
ognized as highly able. This is a land
of liberty, respect for law and order
and civil administration of justice, not
a country with a great standing army,
but yet alwnys able t" assemble an
army of trained soldiers to maintain
its honor, whenever tho time requiivs,
as was so ably demonstrated In the
war with Spain." Continuing, he said:
THR TROPHV PKKSENTKD.
"I have now the honor to present to
the Third battalion tho Stlllwell trophy.
This Is a cup to bo presented to that
battalion of the Thirteenth regiment
which should win a majority of fifteen
matches during the rllle and pistol sea
sons of 1900, 1001 and 1!02, under the
following conditions: Kach battalion to
enter a team of six men and to shoot
with the regulation Colts double-action
revolver, calibre 3S, on ranges of
twenty-live, fifty and seventy-five
yards, at rapid and slow lire. The
rapid fire consists of live shots at each
of these ranges and to bo llred in ten
seconds on each range. The slow lire
consists of five shots at eaeli of these
ranges, without regard to time.
"Matches of lflOO were shot upon tho
Dickson City range, with results as
follows, the First and Third battalions
only entering teams:
1'iii-t Match, Juno 2.!, 1000. prst li.ill.tHon
making 201 points at Lipid file, l'iist battalion
m..king 2H2 points at slow the. Total, 4.1.0. Tlilni
battalion making 2", points at rapid Ihe. Third
battalion making 311 points at slow Inc. Toinl,
S.-coml Match, July T, 1000. Ph-t batlnlloi,
making 22.1 points at rapid liie. l'iist b.utalion
making :;00 points at slow tire. Total. M.f. Tldid
battalion making 2o7 points ut Lipid the. Thiid
battalion making S21 poiuls at hlmy (lie. Totjl,
Third -Match, Aug, 1, lfno. Thiid batl.illon
making sat points at rapid lite, 'lliiul bitt.ilion
making TCt point at slow Hie. Total, !i7;!.
The- I'irst battalion faiUil to filler n team fur
this malili, luring but four men pie-ent to com.
lutulh Match, Oct. 0, 110,), I'M battalion
making 210 points at rapid Hie, l'iist battalion
making Mil points at fclow hie, Total, ,V,I, Third
battalion making 270 poinls ut lapid (lie, Thiid
battalion nuking S7S points at t-luw the. Total,
I'iflh Match, Oa, 20, turVK J'irt-t h.itlallon
making 27:1 points at rapid Hie. I'M battalion
making UI2 points at slow liio. Total, HI.'.. Third
battalion making B0.I points at Lipid tin-. Thlnl
ImUjIIoii nuking 101 points at slow hie. Tutal,
'I Inn tho Third battalion, Major 1'iank lloh.
ling, Jr., lonmunder, won the Iho pMol inaulie
for tho Stlllwell trophy in 1000. They won br
Sugar Loaf Pines,
Golden Wax Beans,
E. G. Coursen
pelnln' 1,0.11 over Ihe I-Trnl balfallon, commanded
by Lieutenant Colonel Sllllwell,
Judge Kelly concluded by congratu
lating the regiment Upon lis iltio now
armory nnd then amid dynamic ap
plause handed the olivet' trophy to
COU DOUOHKIVi'Y'8 TAI,K.
Colonel Dougherty was tho next
speaker. He also congratulated tho
Thirteenth upon actittlrliig such a mag
nificent home, nnd declared that Scran
tnn's lead III creeling such a building
bids fair to help every military organi
zation In tho state, Ho referred brief
ly to tin; stnrtlng of rllle practice In
llils state, back in -tho 70's, It being
Inaugurated by tho City Guard, then
under Colonel Holes. Ho concluded by
expressing his fervent hope that it
will bo only it short time before Iho
irgltnont will take Its position at the
head of tho National Gunrd of the
slate, where It stood so long,
Judge 11. Jl. Kdwards began hts ad
dress by saying: "1 congratulate not
only tho regiment, the persons present
nnd tho city of Seronion, but tho entire
state on this magnificent building, and
if my voice could only reach to tho
capltol of the state I would say to Gov
ernor Stone that It was his duty to
bo hero at tho opening of the armory.
"It was his duty bocauso it Is not
for tho benefit ot this community alono
but for the entire state, and tho chief
executive of tho commonwealth and
tho head of the National Guard of this
state Is and was In duty bound to show
every respect tor the grand enterprise
which has produced such a building as
this. The Judges ought to bo hero, and
every man that honors law nnd be
lieves In redressing wrong nnd secur
ing right In American government nnd
tho American flag ought to bo hero to
night. "Tho fate of battles depends upon
tho man behind tho guns, not because
ho carries tho weapon in his hands,
not merely because he is behind it, hut
because ho knows how to use it. In
the Thirteenth ample evidence has
been given of your ability In this lino.
Out of 674 members of the regiment all
have qualified as marksmen, and forty
Kach company then Illed past tho
stand, and Its captain was handed the
wcll-earnotl trophies. Thoy passed by
In tho following order: Company B,
Captain John Knmbeck; Company K,
Captain Milton O'Connell; Company u,
Captain Joseph Helriegel: Company
D, Captain Foote; Company I, Cap
tain AV. A. Ttnub; Company F, Cap
tain George F. Merrlmnn; Company
A, Captain George Iluss; Company H,
Captain Huff. The field and staff were
next awarded their guerdons, and this
concluded the exercises.
Company O, of Montrose, had tho
highest number of sharpshooters, hav
ing quullllod eight men as such. Com
pany F comes second with six to their
Tho highest rllle scores made during
the season of 1000 were made by Cap
tain Fremont Stokes, of Company F,
Captain and Past Inspector of Riflo
Practice Dr. George ('. Alerrinian, now
captain of Company F, and Captain
J. C. Harrington, of Company G, each
making the high tie score of 7!! out of
a possible 7.1. The second highest
rllle score of tho season was made by
Lieutenant Colonel Frederick W. Still
well, his score being 7:2 out of a possi
Tho highest average of pistol shoot
ing throughout these matches for both
slow and rapid tiro was made by First
Lieutenant Hensliaw, ot Company F.
His score was 017 out of a possible
750. or S7 "-" per cent. Captain Fre
mont Stokes, second, with a score ot
fip.l, out of 7.10, or S4 per cent. Lieuten
ant Colonel Stlllwell, third, with a score
of r,02, out ot COO, or SO ll-"0 per cent.
Major Frank Itobling, jr., fourth, with
a score of Gil, out of 7.10, or SO 11-7.1 per
The highest qualifying scores with
the pistol for the year were made by
Lieutenant Colonel Stlllwell and Major
Frank Itobling, each having a score of
(IS, out of a possible 7.1. These scores
were made at rapid fire at 23, 50 and
7.1 yards. Five shots were fired at
each range and within ten seconds.
Twenty-two officers qualllled as ex
pert pistol shots for the year, and
fourteen as marksmen with the pistol,
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Minus Moses Charged with Attempt
ing to Assault a Little Girl.
Minus Moses, the half-witted fel
low who labors under tho delusion
that he Is chief of the lire depart
ment, was arrested yesterday at tho
instance of Superintendent of Follco
Holding, on tho charge of attempting
to criminally assault a little il-year-old
girl named Annie Quint, residing
on llaymor.d court.
A hearing In tho case was held be
fore Magistrate Howo In the after
noon, Tho principal witness for the
prosecution was Alice Loveland, of
Rnymond court, who testified to hav
ing seen Moses take the little girl
into a "llask" or mould cover, lying
near tho Dickson works, on Thurs
day afternoon, nnd to having; seen
him later with his person exposed.
Moses denied tho chnrgo in tolo,
and claimed that ho was not near the
Dickson works at tho time In ques
tion. The magistrate decided to hold
Moses In $:.0(J bail, which was fur
nished. THE ALUMNI BANQUET.
Attorney John J. Murphy Will Be
Toastmaster of the Night.
From nil present indications there
will bo a largo number of old and
young grntl''.! present ut the annual
banquet of the High School Alumni
association at tho Hotel Nash, Tues
day nlKht, -luno 25, The commltteq
In charge feels assured ot this fact
and promise u royal time to utl who
Attorney John J. Aiurphy has beon
chosen ns the toastiuaMor of tho
night and Is at work rreparlng an
excellent list of toasts, Kx-Suporin-tendent
of City Schools George W.
Phillips Will probably give an address
and Sllss Beatrice Morris, nf this
year's class, Is likely to bo called upon
for a recitation.
POLICE AND ALDERMEN.
l'rcd (biffin, Chailcs Huflord and "Jule" llcln
bait, thiee boys about 15 years old, residing at
Claik's Summit, vrie ancbtcd yeteiilay at Ihe
h,lanco of tho PrUwaie, Lackawanna am) Weil
cm (Oiupauy on the chaise of jumping on traliw
at the .Summit and annoying the biukcmen and
tonductois. WarianN liaic been i-niied for eight
Iiojj, but thec arc the only ones to fir arrested,
Alter a healing, Maglstnte Millar fined them jj
Mis. nigclow, of BIO Mulberry sticct, va? ar
rested jesterday on a warrant bucd by Abler.
man Kuddy at the IiisIjiku of Ncttio llculitt,
who charges her uith laucny. llefoia a hearing
could be bad Mk. Itigt'lnw relumed tho goods
alleged to bare been taken and the case was with,
Paper Cover Books for Tourists.
Norton's, oppo<o Hotel Jermyn.
Huyier's. Always fresh. Coursen.
NOT A CHANGE
IN THE LIST
THE LEADERS ALL KEEP THEIR
POSITIONS ANOTHER DAY. '
Lowls nnd Miles Were the' Only Ones
Who Scored Points Yesterday.
Whnt Elvo Yearly Subscriptions
Would Do for a Contestant Who
Stnrts This Morning.
Standing of Contestants,
TABLE NO. 1.
If llilfl was the 1at day, these would wint
1. Meyer Lewis, Scran
2. Henry Schwenker,
South Scranton... 274
3. William Miles, Hyde
4. Garfield Anderson,
6. Aurrust Brunner, jr.,
6. Ray Bucking-ham,
7. Miss Vida Pedrlck,
Clark's Summit . . 58
8. Frank Kemmerer,
TABLE NO. 2.
How many of thrfe will bo In Table No,
1 on the closing day?
Miss Norma Mere
dith, Hyde Park..
W. H. Harris, Hyde
David O. Emery,
Wimmers, Pa. . . .
Miss Minnie Wnllls,
Arthur C. Griffis,
E. J. Sheridan, Haw
ley Miss Jennie Ward,
Yesterday's returns in tho Educa
tional Contest were tho lightest of the
week, but two of tho leaders bringing
in points. Meyer Lewis gained 1.1 points
more on Henry Schwenker, and now
holds first place by tho comfortable
margin of 7.1 points. William Miles
brought in 0 nnd holds down third
plnce by virtue of being 12 points
ahead of blq most dangerous rival for
the position, Garfield Anderson, of Car
bondalo. Those who are contemplating enter
ing the contest should not delay, as
every day counts and the possibilities
Trouble to find the par
ticular shape you wish,
in the proper height?
Ever try here? Well,
we've a knack of cur
ing collar troubles, and
its no trouble to do it.
Such a collar stock as
we carry isn't to be
every wanted sort and
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R. E. Prendergast
Manufacturing stationer and Office Outfitter,
20r Washington Avenue. Scranton, Pa.
: Oils, Paints
maioney uu & manuiacuirine loiupany,
141-149 Meridian Street.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 216 Lackawanna Ave.'
nre great. Call at The Tribune olllco,
or write If you are out of town, and get
a book ot subscription blanks. You can
then start right In nnd will soon be hi
"Table No. 1." Five yearly subscribers,
counting HO points, would take sixth
placo this morning.
Liedorkranz Excursion to Buffalo
Will take place on Monday, Juno 24.
Tickets for tho round trip, $fi. Hotel
accommodations have been secured for
COO people nt Hotel Glbbs, which Is sit
uated within live minutes' wnlk from
tho exposition grounds. Tho musical
festival will take place Tuesday and
Wednesday, June LM and 2C, at tho Seventy-fourth
regiment armory, where a
chorus ot -1,1100 voices, from over 100
societies from all parts of tho United
States, will bo heard. Friday wilt be
spent nt Niagara Falls. Hy paying $S
tickets are good for ten days. Any one
desiring to go, can secure all tho neces
sary Information by calling nt Liedor
kranz hall, Thursday night or Sunday
First Presbyterian Sunday School
Excursion to Heart Lake, near Mont
rose, on Friday, Juno l!8. A delightful
ride of about forty miles to a beautiful
lake situated about 1,(100 feet above sea
level. A special train will leave the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad station nt 8..",0 a. in., nnd will
stop on Hag signal at Glonburn and
Dalton. All members of the school are
carried free. Others can purchase
tickets at the rate of 75 cents for adults
and 40 cents for children. Train will
leave the lake for return trip at r. p.
m., and will stop at Dalton and Glen
burn upon notice to conductor.
Fifty cents for a good camera, nx7:
takes the best of pictures. Limited
number of tickets. Write quirk. Tick
ets delivered. New telephone 2777. 992
Steam Heating and Plumbing.
P. F. & M. T. Howley,231 Wyoming ave.
Tho popular Punch cigar Is still the
leader of the lOo cigars.
The greatest commercial
economist in the world today.
Compared to any necessary
investment in business,
Residence and Commercial
rates at a moderate cost.
TELEPHONE AND SUPPLY GO
Manager's office, 117 Adams avenue.
Worsted Suits, to Order,
$15.00 and Up
Kin? Miller, Merchant Tailor,
For Ladies and Gents.
435 SPRUCE STREET.
This is the finest grade of paper in the
market. We have it in rolls and sheets. It Is
Strictly Pure Manila Tissue,
For cleaning and polishing silver and plated
ware. Made for us by the same firm wjio sup.
plies WANAMAKER, and guaranteed not to
injure the Finest surface.
Your opportunity ; you sel
dom have a chance to get
such Wines, certainly this
is au offer which speaks
Claret and Sauternes from
$3.24 to $13 per case
:: Fancy and
ii flrf Goods Center. ;;
:: Special Today
Our exclusive line of
Sofa Pillows I
I See Window Display
Cramer-Wells Co., i
130 Wyoming Ave.
And See the
It Is the regular Negligee Shirt,
so constructed as to be 'worn without
Coolness and comfort are its pointf
"A Gentlemen's Furnisher."
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
Is always exeusahlo, when It may b9
Every owner of real estate carries
responsibilities that do not appear In
his accounts, yet, they are Imperatively
Tho opinion oE an attorney upon tho
security ot your land titles must bl
backed by your own assets.
Tly the payment of a reasonable fef
you may shift this liability on tho
Ti A'. Watres, President. (It. A. Knapp, V.-Pre
A. U, McClintocb, Ralph S. Hull,
.Vice-cnsldsnt. I Tr' OMcer,
"From the prairies of
America to the homes of
In Color Beautiful
In Design Artistic
In Use Comfortable
In Price Reasonable
It is adapted to all
places and particularly
useful and appropriate for
and porches, We have a"
Hill & Connell
I3i N, Washington Ave,