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THE SCKAiNTON TRIBUNE- THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1901.
THE MODEIW HARDtrAnC STOH2.
Kills but docs not crush the
fly or other Insect. The fly
can lc killed on the most
delicate, tinted wall or
paper without soiling. It Is
the only thliiK Hint hills tho
fly In ii clean manner.
Price 10 Cents.
h rn4- Mt hom ir
H9 N. WashJneton Ave O
Some Knit Garments
for Babe nnd child that will
make n mother happy nnd
the child restful. We aro
specialists In this lino nnd
have everything in tho ad
vanced styles for infanta nnd
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruco Street.
Tlpher or mill lis a r'l tn call at .vour
hfrn' anl quite prl'e on iJunrirrlng any quality
or kind of lace or Mth rurUlns. Results guar.
Mr and Mic. W. II. Malii aio in New Voik
Hen. J. Loi h.i t rttn ncii from a trip to
luac Bnmtri, ol Newark, N. J,, l vUitinj
Attorney .lolin 'I. II mis eics tomorrow fur
a tilp ofr tlio ljko.
Attorntv M -I. Walsh rrtuincii jc'ttnlay from
a biNln'M trip to Mt. t'aimil.
Charlt Itolilrjon ainl William Crais left for
Vik otnil.iv aftrrnocn.
A 1. .in'l .trim lliomi. of M.nllson ainiiic,
hie rftiirnod trom tho PjivAmrriian cvpoMtlon.
II. II. Zlnminnian, of Wjt.oiitoivn, l'a , It
Mi-inn? Ins s" ii, llin. Ziinmmiun, ol lim
Mm -limn. V, I'lanci. Mn. A. a. Ili.indt and
ridiclitfi. (in-ir, i-f Jlon-ey atrnur, aio sojourn
ins a' I.Jkr Wicnla,
Mu Laura Malion, i.f Mnllwrry stiort, and
MiM Maim I'l nn, n IVikiillc, hio atlrnlini
th Pan-American ipniiou.
Mi Kallinn t'ilic, ol .Irftnvm annuo, an-l
her jjiiPi-t, Mi llelfii Uannisati, o Klmlra, X.
iitil C'.illi'iii-l.i lr Iriin.N ,M-tnb,i.
Mr and Mi.. P. II. ndoii"-in, ol o Siutli
Wal ineton airntii-, nil tr.trirlay for an c
trnd'd trip thiotizli the Utr ol New Wk.
Ill jnd Wrt. IVikui", of I'oict ( ity, ami Mm
AIhh Moiau, of AMcmillr, hio tho gieU if
AMciman I P. Kelli, nf I!.illio,n aemii
Jain Kitih and wife and Mr. O. H. l.ooml,
nnd d.mzlilrr. Iluth, lean- to-lay ,n a tilp taking
in 'ho Thou.at.d Nland, M. I..iwicnc? riirr,
Montreal. (;uehrc and Adirondack.
The Mi.r May and (iertin.le Thonia, of Ham-Uto-i.
(int., aie Wtinr at the linine of Ili-.-ir
timle, Mm .1. 'Humus ol North Main aienuo.
Ihei will irmain :n Suanton two inontln.
I' I l-llin', the tnierlor of the Collin auto
mobile. Irfi Wrdnrnl.n- lor Kmope, where lie
propose - niak a .tml- of :iiitiumliilia and
flvinc inaihme nnd im Idenlallv to iiteret per
I'm in the aut-nv-l'ile a:id au-,hp he h.w
RESULT OF EXAMINATIONS.
Three Law Students Successfully
Pass the Finals.
Three law students successfully
passed the finals In the law examina
tions conducted durlnpr the week of
July S. by Kxaiulnois John M. Harris,
"NV. A- Wlliov nnd c. is. Bedford.
They aie V .1. Torrey, Claude K.
Pitcher and II. J. llyndman. Mr.
Torrey Is a son of Attorney James H.
Tonvy and was a Mtident In his
father's ofllce. Mr. Pitcher Is a son of
Attorney t'hailos 15. Pitcher, and alt-o
studied with his father. Mr. llynd
man was a student In the ofllce of
VatFon. Diohl ei Kemtnerer.
A number of other students passed
the portions of the examination they
undertook They will take tho other
portions, some of them the finals, at
the next semi-annual examination.
Piano for Sale.
A fin" uprljtht srand piano, of an old
and reliable make, Mulshed in the
finest mahogany wood, and In perfect
condition. Just received nnd Is now
on sale. The eas-e Is beautiful; the
tone is delightful, and the piano Is
absolutely perfect. Just as good as
neu. and has been used only a few
weeks. The piano must be sold. It Is
a rare bargain for the on who Is for
tunate onoush to Ret It. It will he
sold for cash only. A rare chance;
come o.ulek, and tho prlzo will be
On sale at Guernsey Hall, 314-31(1
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Excursion to Lake Lodoro,
The Green Itldsre Colliery Accldsn
tal Kund ulll run Its second annual
xcurslon to Lako Lodoro Vaturday,
July 27. Train will Icuvo Johnson
grounds at 8.1f a. nt. Tickets, 75 cents
:hlldren, 40 cents. The Star orchestra
will ti.inish music for dancing, and
Fnddcn Brothers will be the caterers
To the Voters of Lackawanna County
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for tho ofllce of county cor
oner, at the comlne fall election, sub
ject to tho Republican primaries,
John C. Pateson, M. D.
Bcranton, Pa July 25, lt'01.
Buy a Straw Hat
At ,i price and keep cool (?) (as pes
Bible.) M. J. Horan & Bon, No. 321
The popular Punch cigar is still the
Ifarter nf the loo clears,
LUMBER SUIT IS SETTLED.
Basis of Amicable Adjustment Is
The parties to the Cherry nivcr
Hoom and Lumber company suit have
agreed upon it, basis for an nmlcnble
adjustment of their dispute.
The defendants agree to give the
plaintiffs a 60 days' option on nil the
Cherry Vnllley stock nt par.
If tho plaintiffs do not take advan
tage of the option, the defendants are
to buy the plaintiffs' stock nt 150 and
return to Messrs. Council, Jones and
Simpson the bonus paid on tho dis
This, It Is claimed by the plaintiffs,
Is n practical admission on tho pnrt
of the defendants that tho contention
of the plaintiffs was Incontrovertible.
TALKED WITH THE RECORDER
La Franco Engine Man Wants the
The representative of the La France
Knglne company, of Klmlta, N. Y had
;i long Interview with Vtocordcr Cou
ncil yesterday, with reference to the
hook and ladder truck which tho com
pany built for the city.
The recorder explained to him that,
tinder the existing condition of affairs,
the city cannot accept tho truck or
recognize the contract of the company.
From present Indications time will
have to work out the solution of the
APPEALS MADE EASIER.
Number of Petty Disorderly Con
duct Cases May Be Lessened
by a New Law.
Local attorneys, nldcrmen and po
lice magistrates arc Just now discuss
ing nn act of assembly which was
passed nt the last session of the legis
lature, but which escaped their at
tention up to a few days ago, when
It was discovered by an attorney who
had a case to which it could be ap
plied. The act Is Intended to prevent the
vast amount of petty disorderly con
duct cases which ate brought under
the general net of 1895. It provides
that an appeal may be taken by the
defendant In -such cases, If found
guilty, to the court of quarter sessions
upon tho defendant giving security in
double the sum of the costs ami line.
t'nder tho act of 1805 nn appeal
could bo petitioned for in such cases
until the alderman had been paid the
full amount of the lino and costs. The
effect of tho new act Is to render the
taking of an appeal more easy. This
will lcsiilt In the discouraging of a
large number of would-be prosecutors,
It Is believed, who would not desire
to go to tho expense of taking their
case up to a higher court.
Tho number of summary convictions
by aldermen in this city for disorder
ly conduct has been phenomenally
largo since tho passage of the act of
ISM, nnd the money collected In lines
ftom defendants In such cases would
approximate a very large sum. In
a very large number of Instances
where Information is lodged charging
assault and battery, the charge of
disorderly conduct Is also Included.
If the defendant is found guilty by the
alderman, he Is held to bail on tho
assault and battery charge and fined
on the charge of disorderly conduct,
the lines averaging generally about $5.
Alderman Kasson, of tho Ninth
ward, who had not heard of tho pas
sage of this act until a few days ago,
saiil yesterday afternoon In discussing
it with a Tribune man:
"I'm very glad that this act has
been passed. It's something that has
been needed ever since the act of 1805
was put upon the statute books, nnd
1 sincerely hope that It will have the
effect of doing away with these little
petty disorderly conduct cases, very
few of which, to my mind, have suffi
cient merit to be considered by an
alderman at all.
"The prosecutions are generally ac
tuated by spite and a desire to get
even with some person with whom the
prosecutor Is at odds. How often do
wo hear the defendants say, when
they leave the coutt, pointing to the
prosecutor, 'I'll have you soaked to
morrow.' The whole desire of the ma
jority of tho prosecutors In disor
derly conduct cases Is to have an
enemy 'soaked.' A loud word spoken
or some other ttlvlal thing Is taken
as a pretext for the bringing of the
case and under the sweeping provis
ions of tho net of ISM a conviction
can generally be secured.
"If this new act will have the effect
of putting a stop to this sort of thing
It will bo a good thing for the com
munity. I do not hesitate to say that
In my opinion the majority of dis
orderly conduct cases width are
brought to our attention as aldermen
have not sufficient merit to bo con
sidered for a minute."
HE GOES TO COLUMBUS.
Lieutenant Gunster Has Been As
signed to tho Seventh Infantry.
Lieutenant Walter K. Gunster, of
this city, who recently secured a com
mission in the tegular service, has
been assigned by Lieutenant General
Miles to the Seventh infantry, and has
been directed to report on Saturday
at Columbus banacks, Columbus,
Ohio, where he Is to remain tempor
arily. Kight of the twelve companies of tho
Seventh infantry aio stationed In
Alaska, while tho other four aro see
ing service In tho Philippines. Lieu
tenant Gunster leaves for Columbus
on Friday motnlg nnd expects to re
main their for about a month before
boln; assigned to any company.
TAKE A SUNDAY OUTING.
Where to Spend the Sabbath During
These Heated Days.
Every man. woman nnd child dur
Intr these heated days should tako no
much recreation as possible In some
cooi, invisorating spot. 'rnoso who
cannot do so during tho week-day are
nfforded ample opportunity of spending
Sunday In the great shady grove and
by the lake-side of Lake Lodore, the
coolest and most delightful resort In
all the t onion. Excellent catcrlnrr.
fcteamer, rowboats, etc., etc.
For tho accommodation of thoso do
siting to take a Sunday outing at the
popular resort, the Delaware nnd Hud
son Railroad has made a specially low
rate of 75 cents from Scranton. Trains
will lenvo tho D, & H. depot, Scranton,
at S;50 and 11:33 a. m.
Want to Make an Effort
To keep cool? Secure one of M. J.
Horan & Son's Straw Hats at H price.
Try the new 5c cigar "Kleon." j
ARE TO RETURN
ALL MACHINISTS HAVE NOW
GIVEN UP THE FIOHT.
Allis-Chalmors Men nnd the Others
Who Were Holding Out Docldo
That It Would Be Useless to Con
tinue tho Struggle and Voto to Ro
turn to Work Today Employers
Refused to Take Them Back in n,
Body Car Builders Aro Still
As was expected since Monday, nnd
an could be gathered from yesterday's
Tribune, the striking machinists of the
Allls-Chalmets company nnd the Klncli
Manufacturing company gave up the
fight Tuesday. Yesterday morning they
met and formally called tiff the strike.
Tuesday afternoon's meeting decided
tho question. Nothing would be given
out as to what was done, but It was
generally understood after tho meeting
that those tlll temnlnlng on strike,
numbering nearly nine hundred, had
concluded It would be futile to further
continue the struggle, under the exist
Adjournment was made until yester
day morning, with a view of making a
final effort to secure some little conces
sion, so that the strike would not be a
The meeting convened and commit
tees were sent to Interview the differ
ent employers. Superintendent Mc
Laren, of the Allls-Chaltners company,
was asked If he would reinstate tho
old employes In a body. He said he
could not promise to do this, as he was
not nblo to say off-hand that there
uould be places for all the old employes
at the outset, and again, It was not
possible for him to deal with them as
a body, In view of the manner In which
they went out. which, he held, was a
violation of their contract.
OPEN TO THE OLD HANDS.
The works were open to the old
men, he said, nnd if they returned ns
individuate it was very likely nil
would be given employment.
Tho Klncli Manufacturing company
gave a somewhat similar answer, add
ing, however, that there might be a
few of the old employes whom tho
company would deem It Inexpedient to
Tho tenor of the repot ts made by
tho committees convinced the strikers
that they would bo given back their
pluccs, nnd It was decided to notify
the employers they would leturn to
work the next morning. Today will
see practically all of tho strikers back
The last, of tho Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western striking machin
ists, those who weto out nt Buffalo,
also returned to work yesterday. The
action of their Scranton brethren de
cided them. They were all, or neatly
all, taken back.
Tho car builders aro still on strike
nnd apparently as determined as ever
to light it. out to a llnlsh. They say
the return of the machinists will have
a good effect on tho struggle, ns It
will enable the labor unions In tho
territory affected to concentrate their
efforts. Tho national president, Al
bert Klsh, of Huffalo, telegraphed ho
would be hero tomorrow. It was
claimed at the car Stops that seven
strikers leturned tn work yesterday.
Tho strikers deny tlitsv
CANK1 ELD'S STATEMENT.
Master Car Hullder Canflld said yen
tcrday that a large nunioer of new men
from Scranton and vicinity aro being
employed, and are proving themselves
excellent workmen, Ho further says
that the Buffalo shops now has Its full
complement of men, and If the strikers
there offered to return In a body, he
could not find place for a single one of
There are very few Imported men
still remaining about the Lackawanna
shops. Two carloads of Greeks, who
were supplied by some New York pad
tone, went away yesterday afternoon.
The bunks and bedding they had been
using in Hotel do PaintShop were
thrown down the cinder bank. It was
the intention to mnke a bonfire of them,
but the foreign colony on South Wash
ington avenue flats wouldn't hear to
this. Women nnd children made an on
slaught on the pile nnd there wasn't ns
much as a feather loft for the bonfire.
HERRITY WAS ASSAULTED.
Ho Was Knocked Down by Owen
Thatcher Yesterday Morning.
A young man named Patrick Hcr
lity, while wnlklng along lower Lacka
wanna nvenuo early yesterday morn
ing, was brutally assaulted ns he was
passing by tho Delaware and Hudson
station by a tough-looking Individual
named Owen Thatcher, apparently a
stranger In town.
Hcrrlty claims that the assault was
entitely unprovoked and says that tho
force of Thatcher's onslaught knocked
him down. Ho cried for assistance
and Thatcher ran behind the station
but was Anally captured by the police,
hiding under a freight car. He was
committed to tho county Jail yester
day morning by Magistrate Howe In
default of ball.
MRS. KASSEL STILL MISSING.
Searching Parties Unable to Get Any
Traco of Her.
Mrs. Mary Kassel, of Jessup, who
a week ago went Into the mountains
to pick berries nnd did not return, Is
Parties of her neighbors have scour
ed the mountains In all directions, but
no traco of her has been found. The
hope of ilndlng her alive has been
Spend Sunday, July 25, In tho high
lands of Wayne county, at Lake Poyn
telle. 2,200 feet elevation. Special ex
cutslon train will leave Scranton via
New York, Ontario and Western at S.30
a. m. Eare for round trip, $1,
Half price all brands and sizes. M. J,
noran v hon, No. 32t Lackawanna ave
nue, A Whola Year's
$30, under com
peten t I n
Btructors, at ths
ter now. 160 students enrolled last year,
j, Aiirea rennington, Director.
MAY ABANDON THE MINE.
Nothing Dono Toward Cleaning Up
Cave at Bull's Head.
Nothing was done yesterday nt the
Bull's Head colliery towards clearing
up after the extensive cnve-ln of
Tuesday, and there Is n possibility
that the mine may bo abandoned by
Its present owners, Messrs. Whltcford
nnd Burr, who arc paid to bo seriously
considering this question,
The cave-In covers such a large
area directly at the foot of tho shaft
that the work of preparing the mine
for wotk ngaln would, It Is said, be
exceedingly costly, nnd this fact may
lend to Its abandonment. Nothing
definite has ns yet been decided upon,
however, rcgatdlng this. Thcio was
no spread of the cave yesterday.
BREAKING OF A ROPE.
It Caused a Twonty Ton Stool Girder
A twcntv-lon steel girder which was
being hoisted to the third Mory of
tho now Young Men's Christian As
sociation building, fell yesterday with
a crash that could be heard for a
There were a number of workmen
engaged In hoisting tho girder, but
fortunately none of 'them were In
jured. Tho breaking of a rope caused the
HOT SPELL TO CONTINUE
Today Will Bo Warmer Than Yes
terday, According to Observer
Clarke No Rolief in Sight.
If the weather bureau Is to be be
lieved, Scranton Isjn for a continued
hot, dry spell, not much less Intense
and protracted than that which tho
west and southwest Is experiencing.
According to Weatherman Clarke,
there Isn't a thing in sight, even from
n view ntop tho big Connell building,
that gives any promise of a let-up In
the present conditions, nnd the most
reliable symptoms of Increased temper
atuie are apparent on nil sides.
Tuesday's comparatively moderate
weather was not duo to any weaken
ing on the part of Old Sol. The low
pressure that had been sweeping from
the, south gave way for a day to a de
scending drift of ntmosphere, or a high
pressure, ns It Is technically called,
and "slightly cooler" was accordingly
It wasn't, however, as cool as It
seemed to be. The thermometer wns
pretty steady during the middle period
of the day, and nt one time it was up
The seeming coolness was due to the
invigorating effect of tho high pressute.
At a period of low pressure the air we
get moves along the earth, while nt a
period of high pressure the air conies
fresh and raiilied ftom up heaven-way.
Our low pressure air generally has a
northerly tit If t. This means that be
fore wo get a chance to breathe It or
have It fan us, It has passed over the
southern states, Hani-sburg nnd
Wllkes-Barre, where It, In turn, be
comes heated, polluted and given de
Yesterday was extremely depressing,
the high pressure of Tuesday being
quickly followed by a northerly drift
of a very sluggish character. In addi
tion to all this, the day secured a mark
ing of 01 In the early afternoon. This
was on top of the Connell building In
a shaded box. at that. Down on the
street, where the sun's rays worked
both wa, direct and by radiation, It
was easily 06.
Today will bo warmer, Mr. Clarke
says. Just how much warmer it will
be, he could not say with any degree of
certainty, but that It will be some
warmer he was quite certain. The hot
spell, he says, will not abate much, If
any, this week.
HE FELL DOWN STAIRS.
Carl Gould, of Emmett Street, Seri
Carl Gould, of Emmet street, was
found yesterday morning lying un
conscious at the foot of the stairs at
Ills home. He was taken to the Lack
awanna hospital, where he was found
to bo suffering from a fractured hip
and right arm.
Ho says he was awakened from his
sleep by some one apparently calling
him In distress, nnd that ho stumbled
us ho started down stairs.
LACKAWANNA CASES. "
Joseph Caegola was caught under
the wheels of a Lackawanna train
which he attempted to board yester
day morning at Tobyhanna, and had
his right leg so badly crushed that
It had to be amputated nt 'the Laek
nwanna hospital, where he was taken.
Me Is a tramp and has no friends In
A Hungarian glvlns tho peculiar
name of Karen Matlus, was badly
burned about the nrms and legs In the
No. 1 mine at Dunmoro yesterday, nnd
was taken to tho Lackawanna hos
plttal. It has been difficult for you to get
COFo In Scranton. Why? Because Its
popularity has fur exceeded our ex
pectations. All grocers now have It
on their shelves. Have a package sent
In your next order.
Picnics and Largo Gatherings
Promptly furnished with best Ice
Cream. Hanley, 420 Spruco street.
We offer io,ooo of the cele
brated Veucito Cigars (10c
value) for, per QA
$38.00 Per Thousaud.
Sweet Violet Panetelas,
long Havana filler, Sumatra
wrapper, per huu- 2 tZf
E. G. Coursen
THE TIE FOR EIGHTH PLACE
While tho Contestants Are Oloso To
gether, Thoro Has Been No Change
in Position Sines Last Friday,
When Miss Pedrlck Succeeded in
Passing August Brunnor Another
New Contestant Entered Yester
day Entries Close August IB.
Standing of Contestants. I
TABLE NO. 1.
I It thli rrtM the last day, thue would win:
Pelnti. , ,
I. Meyer Lewis, Scran- , ,
ton . RRR ,
X 8. Henrv Behirenker.
South Scranton . . . 362
3. Miss Wilhelmlna
Griffin, Providence. 314
X 4. William Miles, Hyde
S. Garfield Ander-Rnn.
Carbondnle, 205 '
X 6. R a v Buckingham. ,
r, s,., ..
1. iuiss .Norma Mere-
dith, Hyde Park.. 104
o. .... .... . . .
o. jkuss viaa- redrtcK,
Clark's Summit. . . 05
TABLE NO. 2.
new mjny of ttie.e will be In Table No.
1 en the elosinjr dyl
o roint'' X
. August .tirunner, jr., a
10. Frnnk TOmnicrar
Factoryville 63 Z
ii. .uaviu o. Emery,
Wimmers, Pa. ... 45 !
12. Arthur C. Griffls,
13. W. H. Harris, Hyde
Pork 23 I
14. Miss Minnie Wallis,
Carbondnle 20 '
15. E. J. Sheridan, Haw-
10. Miss Jennie Ward, !
17. Robert Campbell, !
Green Ridge 3
Yesterday was another day when
there was no change In the positions
of the contestants In Tho Tribune's
Educational Contest. The young men
and women who are working earnestly
for tho valuable special rewards of
fered have been very close together
for more than a week, but there has
been no change since last Friday,
when Miss Vlda Pedrlck, of Clark's
Summit, succeeded In passing August
Brunner, of Carbondale, nnd secured
eighth place. Since then Mr. Brunner
has secured enough points to tie with
Miss Pedrlck, but has been unable to
pass her, nnd for the second morning
In succession each appears with nlnc-ty-flvc
The Tribune Is asked nearly every
day If some of the contestants are
not holding back points. We have
no knowledge that points nre being
held by any one. ns wo have received
no complaints from subscribers who
have taken The Tribune through the
contestants and not received their
papers. Of course, It Is possible that
friends of the various contestants
may have promised to give them sub
scriptions to help them nut, nnd they
ate wnltlng until the last day before
handing them In. This Is a very poor
practice, however, particularly for
thoso who arc part way down tho list,
as the contestants who are nearest
the top as tho contest draws to Its
Straw Hat Now I
5 This is tho best opportunity
to buy you will have this sea-
son. Don't wait. Knox S3 and X
? S4 hats, both rough and split
braids, reduced to
X All SI. 50 and $2 Straw Hats, X
X any shape or style,
M'-iw . 4.-i'im
& 103" J
Oils, Paints and Varnish
Maloney Oil & Manufacturing Company,
141-149 Meridian Street.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 216 Lackawanna Ave.
close will bo the ones that will most
easily secure points tho Inst few days.
Contestants should keep their points
as high ns possible all the time.
Another young lady from Hyde Park
took out a book of subscription blnnks
yesterday nnd her name will probably
appenr In the list shortly. No doubt
there will be. several others during the
next few weeks. The contest will be
open for entries until August 15, nnd
there Is plenty of time yet for am
bitious young people to enter. Last
year some of the winners commenced
tn the closing month, mid perhaps It
will be the snme this year. A con
testnnt beginning today, with eight
yearly subscribers, would go right Into
the first table. Drop n postal to
"Editor Educational Contest, Tribune,
Scranton, Pn," nnd a book of subscrip
tions blanks nnd full directions will
be sent you, so that you can begin
work at once.
MAY BE IN THIS CITY.
Mrs. Thomas Cary of North Scran
ton, Says That the Missing Mrs.
White Is Living Here.
According to a statement made last
night by Mrs. Thomas Cary, of East
Market street, to Lieutenant of Police
Day, of North Scranton, Mrs. Albert
White, who is supposed by many to
have been murdered by her husband
at Nicholson, has been In the city for
several days, nnd Is doing housework
at tho home of a John Davis, of West
Mrs. Cary said that she knew posi
tively that Mrs. White Is iu the city,
and said that both she and her hus
band were nt her house last Erlday,
or a week ufter they were missed from
Nicholson. She scouts the murder
Thomas Harris, the father of Mrs.
White, went to Nicholson yesterday
morning, nnd ns far ns could be learn
ed had not returned last night. It
would scent strange that Mrs. White,
if she Is In the city, has not made
her presence known.
A conversation had with a Nicholson
gentleman yesterday afternoon over
the long distance 'phone revealed tho
fact that the borough Is not so thor
oughly alarmed over the matter as
has been pictured. Ho said that tho
general Impression which seemed to
prevail was that Whlto came home in
a drunken fit and smashed the furni
ture up. nnd that the couple left town
because of bills which It is claimed
they owed nnd were tillable to pay
Only a few persons, he said, held
to the belief Hint Mrs. White has been
Order Ice Cream
50c on the Dollar
To close straw hat stock. M. J. Horan
& Son, No. 324 Lackawanna avenue.
Smoke tho Pocono Cigar, 5c.
The greatest commercial
economist In the world today.
Compared to any necessary
Investment In business,
Residence and Commercial
rates at a moderate cost.
TBLBPHONE AND SUPPLY CO
Manager's office, 117 Adaraj avenue.
Suits to Order
$15,00, Worth $30.00
Pants $3. 50, Worth $7,00
MILLER, the Tailor!
435 SPRUCE STREET.
Automatic Paper Fastener, Fastens Paper
Together in a JiiTy.
Automatic, Neat, Attractive.
Guaranteed, Cheap, Reliable
This new machine Is Improved In
every detail, Tho price, including BOO C TC
fasteners, is P wc
SEB OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
BROS,, Hotel Jenny.. Building
To Save Yoti
Further trouble iu looking for the
best, we have taken the greatest care
in seeing that the quality and prices
are right. You can't make a mis
take in buying them.
Our Ushers and Dcwars aro
the proper things for High Balii
Our entire stock of
joe Sofa Pillows (ex
cept Gibson Pillows
will be sold this
week only at
130 Wyoming Ave. 4
The Shirt Waist Suspend
er. You wear them under
your shirt and over your
undershirt with any style of
shirt. The acme of perfection
and comfort. Come in and we
will tell you more about them.
"A Gentlemen's Furnisher."
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
considered among the safest in
vestments. The one drawback
which they have always had has
been the lack of convertibility. If
the mortgagee desired to sell, he
must wait until the title has been
examined, and then possibly lose
his purchasers because of some de
fect or Irregularity in the title, which
the purchaser's attorney may dis
cover. The mortgagee's policy of
this company may be assigned with
a bond and mortgage by the simple
endorsement of the mortgagee.
There is no expense ; it is as simple
as endorsing a check or note.
516 Spruce Street.
V. X. WitrM, President,
A. IU JlcCIIntock,
It. A. Knapp. WPrcl
llalph S. Hull,
dictionary: "Hassock; a
small stuffed cushion or
foot stool for kneeling in
church or for home use."
The learned Cowper
once used the phrase:
"And knees and has
socks are well nigh di
vorced." Whatever may
have been the reason for
Covrper's remarks years
ago, the matter of Price
cannot stand in the way
today. We have never
given the equal of this
Hassock for 29c. Some
covered in tapestry car
pet; others in velvet.
CREDIT YOUP CERTAIWLYl
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