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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TCl'JS DA V, OCTOBER 1, 190L
THE MOUGItN ..AnniYARR STOnl
Are not so quick as light
ning, but they are light
ning quick in compitrison
to some. Tubs aro corrug
ated inside electric welded
hoops nothing b et t e r
Foote & Shear Co.
T19N. Washineton Ave
At The Baby Bazaar
For Early Fall wear, most
attractive display of Children's
Coats for Early Fall and
Winter wear. New Colors,
New Cuts. We invite your
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce Street.
LarKavvaiMii MiMm- Cilloj-c. Good light,
flood instniitlon. 1'ilies nslit.
Certainly we do them up
308-310 Pcnn avenue. A. B. Warmnn.
TUv. C II. O'Neill, of Tunkhannuc I,-, ra dip
BCt of Dr. TjIIcmmi Phillip je.s(erd.i.
T J Miller, of Washburn street, returned ..ei
terday from I'liiiadeiphii and Atlmtie, Cily.
Jlis Ward, of Monvy ariiue, left jestcrday
for New Voik, while the will stiuli- kindergar
tenint;. Mis.-. .Maisiret liiley, of Blngliamton, ha re
fumed home, alter :i i.it with the Mi- llu
wan, of Ijii7onu.' tlreet.
Miss Bridset O'llar.i, of laii Vnrtli Washington
nienuc, has returned from a three, ueiLs' i-it
in Roston and New foil..
Mrs. W. S. rtcil., of 'I'ouamla, U a Riier-t at
the home of her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. .lolin
Her.-c, of Washburn strict.
Mr. and Mrs. l.'sheit (!. Iteeil, of nimdiiinlon,
aie vucits .it (he home of f'onlractor (Jeorsc
Coopei. on South Ilwlc I'.uk .-mime.
I!ev. J. II Sweet and wife, of Oneonla, N, V.,
ho hae been spenditis a few diw uiih leli
ti.es in thiiit.il', will rctui n hotno'todiy.
Mi-s lleleuo Wirdcnm i. er, of New.uk, N. ,1 ,
is the Rue.t of the Mis.ci 1'inma and .lo-epliine
Koih, of Madi-nn au-nuo and Mulbeny street,
Itee. 1). 1). Hopkins, pastor of Iho 1'in-t WVl-h
Itaptist tliuiih, -pent li-t wiek at the Pan.
American, M.umi.i Tails and Toionlo, Cauiili.
Ml-s latheune. I'hillip-, nf Hil.idelphi.1, Is
Mhnfr her fouiiT rlns-in ito, Mi-s Maiy liowan,
of l.ucinu .-tuet. Mi-j l'hillips is .1 trameil
Iloluit l.iu is Iie.urs and llury Lewis .Jones
li.ivo enteied tin- Ilei.si.pl.ier l'oljlcehnle in-ti-tule,
at 'Iroj, . V., ulmc tliey will lake a
loui-e in .iil cnsiiieeiinir.
Iliisli rilpalrick, telegraph operator for the
Ontario and Wo'tein i.iilroad in this ii,. ie.
mined his duties je.lcidiy, alter a i-it Willi
I cl.it i r.s and fiiend.s in Citboudile.
Miiliu I. Wal-li, of I'u.-.m-, for the last jeir
a student in the law ellae of O'Hiieu L Maitin,
h.in Kone to lie law deparlim ut of the limir.
til of IVmi-.vU.uii.i to finlliei puioiie his ft miles.
Iir and lt. M, ('. Ilicnn.iu and Miss Sue
luniison. of lli-ton, Pa., aie i-ltine; friends imd
nlaliiis in this iil., 'I lie doilor in a retlied
iillWcr of the I nited Stales nai.i, Miikiinr. as
Mr. and Mi., .loliu Mi(!i,.th aie at the .leiinjn.
Mi Mii.i.nli is a prii-innus hutelkripi r In .New
otk ilh and his made maiiv f rii lids hete.
Mis. Mit.tatli was fi'iinerlj Mi-s J.jnny Miltliewa,
.1. . IIiikiu, t lilt r ileik to Supeiliileiuliiit
IliM-on, of the bndzes and limMIng department
of the Laikawauiu iuho.nl, has returmd to his
iluliees, aller a fe-v dih' pleaiute tiip to the
I'aii'Aliirili jii exposition,
"I ho I'liilldelphli Suniliy 1'iei.s hid a flue pie
ture nl Maud Comm unlet' I'eiiinin on huio.
li.uk. at the head of the KiiIkIiU 'IVniphr. The
mission uit the Held diy of the Philadelphia
lonumndriles at I'alriiiouut I'aik,
IDinl I). Illinois, of I. m, is, li, t,0 Bnit
of Il.iid I'.. Johiisi.u, of South Mill! menue, lie
wat. a lesldint of Ibis rllv ill tu.v jeaia ai;o, hut
left III )M- In Mik his foiluue in the west, lli
H now a leading' inrli..nt in I.ih.k,
Our Fall Stock
of Shoes Is
THE DORCAS, for ladies, nt $3.50
is the best shoe bargain obtainable.
LADIES' OXFORDS, SS.50 and
83.00 kind, Now 1,50
MEN'S OXFORDS, 33,50 and
S4.00 kind, Now g.oo
SCHOOL SHOES, guaranteed,
for , , , . . 75o
Many other bargains too numerous
Davies 5 PUirphq,
330 Lackawanna Avenue.
Given for Edmund Thlele, In Guern
sey Hall, Last Night.
Tht t'oitinllttientili'V rnncprt ulvnn In
Kdtuund Tlilolo last iiIkIu, In tluorimcy
liiill, wum mi titiiiiitillllcd sui'cpsa. The
iitiUltnrluin wum i-rnwded, and the
iuiihIi'iiI fiitliuslrtPin witM IntPiioc. Kd
iiuind Thltlo Is but 17 years old, nnd
Is about letivhifr for New York, whore
lin will study under llniry Solirndleck.
Tin; I'lilnf lutotfHt of the evening cen
tered In (he work of the young violin
ist hlnixpir. Ho pliiyed the llrst inove
inenL of thp Concerto In A minor, by
Itoilp, surprisingly well. Ills Intcrpre
tiillou would do crctlll to one of ma
ture life nntl fooling. There Is no doubt
but that bo lias n career, nntl now that
bo Is to bo tintler Uip severo training
tif such it master ns Kcliradleck, great
tilings may be expoctetl of him In the
fntllie. Ah an encore he gtivo llnft's
I'livatina" with cbitimlng grace and
Miss OaroKnu sang boautlfully, as
she always sings. Her selections were
especially good, the great aria from
"Samson and Delilah" nnd tiny songs
oj- i.iszi auu lAiassanct.
Kugeiip Ham's Unto, solo, "Caprlcp do
Concort," was a distinct pleasure. Mr.
AVooler sang most pleasingly two num
bers, and Mrs. Thlele graeed her son's
night nf honor by two lovely songs,
Chopin's "Alum Mol" and "Knowst'
Thou the Land."
-Much Interest was felt In this, the
llrst appearance of .Miss Kthel Stone,
of the Conservatory of Music, In pub
lic bore. She played two solos, both
giving lino scope, to her ability as a
pianist. Ilpr interpretation of .Schu
mann was a delight, and In tho deli
cate, intangible "I-'lleuse" of rtaff, she
was at lior best. Mr. Doersam, Ernst
Tlilolo nnd Mr. Koempel pluycd a
Haydn trio with excellent effect. "The
Gypsy Dance" was particularly pleas
ing. The Schumann Quintette, bv
Messrs. Doersam, Thlele, Kdiminil
Thlele, Will Allen and Koempel, was a
fitting finale to a fine programme.
GO INTO EFFECT TODAY
Director Wormser Says No Fireman
Will Now Be Removed Except He
Violates New Rules.
The fire department of this city to
day goes under the new rules and regu
lations, which weie recently prepared
by Director of Ttibllc .Safety Wormser,
and according to a statement made
yesterday afternoon by that official to
ii Tribune man, every fireman in the
department is now safe from removal
as long 'as bo properly conducts him
"You can say for me," said the di
rector, "that no fireman will be re
move from the department fioin.now
on unless he violates the rules adopted
for his guidance, or behaves in a man
ner unbecoming an employe of this
city. 1 desire to have it positively and
definitely understood that there will be
no removals for political icasons In the
future. Good behavior and efllcieney
will be the standards by which men
will be solely judged.
"So man will be removed unless
there are charges pieferred against
him serious enough to warrant his re
moval and then not until those charges
are proved beyond the question of a
doubt. 1 have not yet decided about
the method of conducting the trials of
"L believe that when the charges are
of it slight nature that I, myself, will
be the judge oC their correctness, but
that when they are of sufficient grav
ity to warrant a man's dismissal T shall
have them heard, as provided In the
ripper bill, by a court of inquiry to
consist of men chosen from the depart
ment. "There will be no packing of courts,
and tho accused men In all instances
will be given a fair and open trial. I
intend to make all hearings open to
the general public and to the press, so
that no charge can be made that we
are conducting things in an under
banded way. Let us hope, however,
that we will not have any occasion to
conduct any trials."
The new rules for the guidance of tho
police force are yet in course of prep
aration nnd will not be ready until the
middle of the month, or perhaps later.
MANY HORSE THEFTS.
A Sort of Epidemic Seems to Have
Seized This City and
Tlic-tp has been an epidemic nf horse
stealing in tills city nnd Wllkes-Rarre
during the past week and the police
are at it loss to account for it. Only
one of tho guiltyvnrties has so far
been arrested, Jnlnr Cnnboy.wlio Is now
In tlio lounty jail for taking two of
J.. T. Canlleld's horses from his barn
on Madison avenue.
H. C. l'ense, the llverynmn, rented a
white horse, and wagon to two huck
sters last Thursday and has never seen
a trace of either ono since. James
Croghiin, manager of the Lackawanna
Brewing company, loft his horse and
buggy standing on Ponn avenue, Sat
urday night and when ho citmo back
both were gone.
Liveryman John Xe.tlis rented n
horse and buggy on Sunday afternoon
to a well-dressed stranger and report
ed tho matter to tho police at night
when tho outfit had not been returned.
It was found tied to a hitching post
in South Hernnton about midnight. Tho
horse was carefully blanketed and not
a thing had been taken.
Superintendent Holding said yester
day afternoon that he did not bellovo
a professional horso thief was impli
cated in any of tho thefts, llo Is in
clined to bellovo that the number of
thefts Is merely h coincidence, Ho
says that tho thieves could bo rounded
up more easily If tho owners of tho
stolon horses would co-operato more
earnestly with tho police,
WITNESSES IN WALLACE CASE.
Subpoenaes Have Been Issued for
Them from United States Court.
Subpoouaes were sent out yesterday
from tho olllco of Clerk of tho United
States Court Searlo for witnesses who
art) wanted In tho case of tho United
States against Frank Wallace, which
will bo tried here next week.
Wallace was arrested In Luzcruo
county for working a green goods game
and had his preliminary hearing be
fore United States Commissioner Hulm
The subpoenaes Issued wero for Geo.
II, fond, postmaster at Ann Aibor,
Michigan; II. C. IOsinger, u merchant
of that city, nnd George O. Holde and
Wurren A. Decker, postofllce inspector
Smoke the l'ocono 6c, cigar,
A True Bill Will Undoubtedly Be
Presented by the Jury Today nt
Honesdnle Accused Murderer of
Edwin Schoonover Will Bo Ar
raigned for Trial Next Mondny.
Hull Is Not at All Worried About
His Coming Trial Apparently tho
Happiest Man in Jail.
The case of Wluans Hull, of Carbon-
dalc, who has boon In tho Wayne
county Jail nt lloncBtlale since tho sec
ond week In July, charged with tho
murder of Edwin Schoonover nC this
city, near Lake I.odore on Juno 27, was
consldcietl by the grand Jury, which
met In tho Honesdale court house yes
Tho grand Juty was sworn In nt 2.30
o'clock and wus charged by President
Judge William II. Partly. After In
structing tho jurors, Judge Purdy in
troduced tho case against Hull, by re
ferring to tho Indictment against him
as one of the Important matters
that would come before them.
"Among tho mutters that will come
befoic you, gentlemen," tho judge said,
"Is one of unusual importance, an In
dictment in which a man is charged
with the taking of human life. Wo
have not soon the Indictment and do
not know how many counts there are."
"There Is but one, your honor, that
of murder," Interposed District Attor
ney Atkinson, who arose from his seat
at tho prosecutor's table.
Judge Purdy then went on to define
the elements of murder, indicating that
malice must bo present, not neccssarlb
malice towards the victim but a cruel
reckless disposition on the part of the
"Wo have no knowledge," concluded
Judge Purdy, "of what evidence the
commonwealth may present, but wo
urge upon you that you consider with
deliberation and rare what may bo
pipscntcd to you. We ask that, If pos
sible, you make a return tomorrow,
that the district attorney may be en
abled to issue summons for witnesses
who nitty be needed at the trial of
The jury, with Adam Croft, cleik In
tho Delaware and Hudson olllees. As
foreman, retired to the jury room to
hear the witnesses.
Tho witnesses whose testimony was
heard were Mrs. lteubcn Getz, who is
a. relative of Hull, and whose house it
was that ho and Schoonover visited
just before the tragedy. To her place,
also, it was that Hull returned soon
after leaving, to wash blood from bis
hands; Miss Lydla. Schoonover, the
adopted daughter of deceased, and
.Mrs. Itose Wood, who observed Hull
near the scene of tho killing, while she
was picking berries.
The jury finished its hearing of tho
case at 5 o'clock and will make a re
turn to tho court today. It will un
doubtedly present a true bill.
HULL'S TRIAL ON MONDAY.
Tho trial of Hull will take place on
Monday afternoon next. Court will not
convene until 2 o'clock, in order to
enable the jurors who live in widely
scattered portions of the county to
r-.Mch Honesdale without leaving their
homes nt unreasonably early hours.
Iluli is tho last man that one would
e.v cut to light for his life within a
few days. Ho seems to be quite at
homo in his narrow freedom and tho
irksome solitude of a cell does not
seem to enter into his life. If It tries
to ho chases it away, for ho is always
in a cheerful and light-hearted spirit.
The trial, which will begin on Mon
day, is all that interests Hull these
days, and for several weeks he has
spoken of its approach and has earnest
ly wished that it was nil over. Not
since tha day ho entered tho jail has
Hull given up the hope that he would
free himself, and today that hope Is
tho strongest kind of belief.
I hill has ono habit that has cost him
several rights' sleep and several days'
sore suffering, until Sheriff Armbrust
er issued an edict that effectually broke
the prisoner or It, or at least gave
hint no chance to indulge It. This was
the habit of overeating. Hull's solo
thought, or at least his most anxious
one, was his appetite and ho never hes
itated to consider tho effect of Its sat
is'aclion, when ho felt like satisfying.
His was the most capacious appetitj
of any prisoner that the Wayne county
HAS KXTIJAS HUOl'GHT IN.
Sheriir Armbrusler gavo Hull tho
most generous board possible, but
this catuo so far from satisfying
his wants that he felt obliged to send
out almost every day for additional ra
tions to remove tho pangs of his in
s'.tiablo appetite. A sample of his ad
ditional demand Is a ring of bologna.
a loaf of hioad and u dozen nut blown
Tlilh Is what Hull made n practice r f
sending for between meals, which be
ato with a relish almost every day,
until matters reached a sad crisis a
few weeks ngo, when ho was taken
with nn attack of sickness that caused
him suffering for three or four days,
suffering so ncuto that It required the
services of a physician and tho admin
istration of opiates to relieve. When
Butter that will aver
age 98 points perfect.
We do not offer it as
cheap Butter, but the
finest made. Our price
is much less than New
York or Philadelphia,
where Butter of this
grade is used.
E. Q. Coursen
things reached this stage Sheriff Arm
brustcr caino to the conclusion that It
would be u humane policy to cut off
these generous lunches. Since then
Hull bits hud to satisfy himself solely
with Sheriff Armbruster bill of fare.
On Sundays Hull enjoys himself
llko Hie small, active youngster,
who Is turned out to play in a
vacant lot. AVIth tho other prisoners
ho Is allowed the freedom of tho corri
dor, but tintler the watchful cyo of
Slioi'ilf Armbrusler or one of his depu
ties. On this tiny, Hull runs up and
down the corridor llko a contestant in
u foot ruco and frisks about llko a colt
In n ten iirt-u lot. Ho always joins In
a gnmo of cards nntl sing and jokes
merrily with the prison ofllclals.
Out the Back End of Harry
While Harry Jones, son of Cyrus D.
Jones, of 901 Ollvo street, was repairing
his big double-seated automobile early
yesterday afternoon, the gasoline In tho
tnnk In tho reur exploded, blowing out
the back end of the automobile nnd
setting lire to tho barn.
An alarm of flro wus turned In from
box 2U, at tho corner of Pine stieot and
Madison avenue, but the flames had
boon extinguished when tho flro com
panies arrived. The damugc done the
barn was slight, but the automobile has
been seriously wrecked and rendered
A STABBING AFFRAY.
John Kupst Dangerously Wounds
Walter Walkovltz, in Dickson
Walter Walkovltz, a. Folamler resid
ing on Dttndaff street, Dickson City
borough, was stabbed in the neck and
perhaps fatally injured on Saturday
night by a fellow countryman named
John Kupttt. The latter has been ar
retted and Is in the county jail await
ing tho result of Walkovltzs' Injuries.
Theie has been a standing feud be
tween the families of the two men for
several years and according to the
stories told by several witnesses they
became engaged In a quarrel on Satur
day night in John Bobuzzl's saloon on
Walkovltz started home and was fol
lowed by Kupst, who caught up to him
as bo was entering the yard In front of
his house. The two men grappled and
Kupst drew a pocketknlfe which he
opened and stuck with all his force
Into Walkovltz's neck just under the
left e.ir. The blade missed the large
arteries but struck the vertebrae.
Kupst pulled the knife out and stuck
Walkovltz again, this time nearly
severing his ear.
The injured man fell to the ground
and his assailant made good his es
cape. Walkovltz's wounds were not dressed
until early Sunday morning owing to
a careless delay in summoning medi
cal assistance. Dr. Ullheimer, who
dressed tho injuries, said to a Tribune
man that the injured man was in a
very serious condition and that the
danger of the wound becoming infect
ed was great on account of the attend
Kupst was arrested yesterday morn
ing and committeed without bail to
tho county jail by Burgess Kennedy
to await the result of Walkovltz's In
juries. Kupst admitted having done
the stabbing, but enid he did it in self
THREE NEW CARRIERS.
Beginning With Today Scranton's
Force Will Consist of Forty-six
Men Three More Routes.
Today the three additional mall car
riers granted to Scranton a short time
ago by tho postofllce department will
go on duty and the force will thereby
be increased from forty-three to forty
six carriers. A new route has been
created in the "Hill" district and
South Scranton and West Scranton
eajii secures an additional carrier.
Tho men who get the new positions
created have been substitute carriers
lor some time. The resignation of Car
rier Lucius It, Squire mnde place for
another carrier and tills morning the
following substitutes will become reg
ulars: E. J. Leonard, Twenty-first
ward; Henry It. Edwards, Fourth
ward; George Cobb, Tenth ward; Wil
liam E. Shepherd, First ward. Thomas
J. Jones of Dunmoto has been appoint
ed a substitute carrier to take effect
Oct. IS. This will give the office ten
substitutes to draw from. The follow
ing order with reference to the changes
that will go Into effect this morning
has been Issued by Postmaster E, II.
William II, Ilinl ti.uu.fci red finm route .11 to
route U'.'i, to take the pl.ii nf Lucius It. Squicr.
William .1. Owen tt.mslcrrcil from No. , rob
leition route, to mute 31, in place of W. II, Ilinl,
trausfeiretl to route ',
lljrry II Moore transferred from route 43 to
route 't, row established.
V., J, Leonard aligned to route fl, South Side,
(I'eoriie CoM) assigned to route SO, fonnorly
tcnrtl by William .1. Owen.
William II, Shepherd aligned to route M, for
merly ferml by Harry II, Moore,
Homy It, I'.dnarili assigned to route A, now
established, Wet hrranton, and will ilo duly in
MJtion from 7 to 7,UU i. m.
WERE FINED HEAVILY.
Robberies Said to Have Been Com
mitted by Tenderloin Habitues,
Tho pollen have been recently receiv
ing complaints of robberies hi certain
disorderly houses 011 Raymond court,
Tho parties making tho complaints
havii refused In every Instance to ap
pear ngalnst those whom they accused
on account of tho unpleasant notoriety
which might ensue.
Tho police accordingly hit upon a
plan for tho prosecution of tho alleged
guilty parties after satisfying them
selves that they were really guilty. Ono
of tho houses, that of Lucy Miller, was
raided 011 Saturday night last and
when tho prisoners wero airaigned be
fore Magistrate Howo on Sunday morn
lug they wero lined more heavily than
any other similar prisoners have been
lu many months.
The proprletess was fined $50 and
each of tho female Inmates J25 each.
Tho male inmates were lined $15 each.
Nono wero able to pay and all were
bundled Into tho patrol wagon yester
day morning and taken to the county
jail, where they will spend tho next
If other robberies are reported from
these places the Inmates will be ar
rested and lined similarly.
COFO is being served free at J. T.
Boyer's Golden Gate cash store, 205
Washington avenue. Everybody is In
vited to step in and try It.
Smoke tho new Klcon 6c. cigar.
Paine's Celery Compound
the National Remedy.
Endorsed by Leaders in Bvery
Walk of Life.
Present Wonderful Demand the
Result of Merit.
House of Representatives,
Jefferson City, Mo Sept. 2, 1901.
Wells & Richardson Co.
Gentlemen: Paine's celery com
pound Is tho great national family
remedy. I can cheerfully recommend
It. Very truly yours,
Since the day when the great sur
geon nnd practitioner, Prof. Edward E.
Phelps, M. D., LL. D announced the
discovery of tho formula of Paine's
celery compound and llrst prescribed It
with invariable success In cases of
nervous prostration, Insomnia, indi
gestion, rheumatism, nnd other dis
eases that have their origin In a disor
dered nervous system the demand for
this one remedy has gone on steadily
Increasing, until today throughout ev
ery civilized country, more bottles of
the remedy are prescribed, by physi
cians nnd used by thoci- who hip sick,
than of probably all other prepared
The formula of Paine's celery com
poundwhich Prof. Phelpj freely gave
to the medical profession ranks In
importance in the medical world with
the anti-toxins and anesthetics.
Its discovery marks a new era In the
practice of medicine, as the discovery
of ether marked a new era In the prac
tice of surgery.
The above unsolicited testimonial
from tho Hon. Edward McKenny, is
ono of thousands which might be pub
lished. In calling for Paine's celery com
pound, be sure that no qua"k medicine
of patented name Is palmed off on you
lu its stead.
State Gathering of Kindergarteners
Will Be Held in This City
This Is a great town for conventions.
Next weelc we shall have a new sort.
In some respects it will bo as import
ant, it not more important, than the
political conventions, which are a moie
or less continuous performance with
us. Tills will be the annual state con
vention of the Kindergarten associa
tion. Hitherto it has been held in the
western part of the stute, where much
enthusiasm seemed to exist, but at this
time it Is thought that a visit to Scran
ton will bo of value In various ways,
as so much interest is manifested In
the kindergarten work in the public
Tho convention will bo In session on
Thursday and Friday, October 10 and
11. The public meeting on Friday even
ing will be the great feature of the
sessions, as at that time: Miss Anna
Williams, the famous kindergartener,
of Philadelphia, will make an address
worth hearing by everybody. Jllss Al
lison, also being well known In the
work in Pittsburg, will speak on this
Special Interest will be felt in Miss
Williams' coming, when the public
learns through these columns that al
mist every man In the city is carrying
her portrait In. his pocket. If he is not,
tho realization of his defection prob
ably afflicts him, Miss Williams Is the
young woman whoso classic style of
beauty was so pronounced that she was
selected as a model for the head on the
silver dollar dear to Bryan and others,
From a stock llko ours, and you
get everything that is good
new nnd stylish.
Hero are new Imperials, new
Puffs, now Ascots, new Bows,
and, best of all, some narrow
Four-lu-Hnnds In Roman
stripes that are tho best 50o
value over shown.
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Office Supplies Blank Books
HOTEL JERMYN BUILDING,
Oils, Paints and Varnish
Maloney Oil & Manufacturing Company
141-149 Meridian Street.
First Mortgage Five Per Cent.
Gold Bonds of the
United Power Company
Of East Liverpool, Ohio.
Dated.Jan. 1st, 1901. Due Jan. 1st, 1926.
Coupons payable January and July:
These Bonds are recommended to the public as a saf
and conservative investment. Circular containing full in
formation on application.
Title Guaranty & Trust Company,
OF SCRANTON, PA.
516 Spruce Street.
among whom are most of the popula
tion of this republic.
Scranton has eight kindergartens
connected with the public schools, with
an attendance of 400 pupils. The board
of control has Increased this year's ap
propriation, and much Interest Is felt
In the state at large In Scranton's pro
gressive action. It is proposed to de
vote the forenoons during the conven
tion to visiting tho kindergartens. At
the Friday night meeting, President
Gibbons, Chairman W. A. May and
Superintendent Howell will be present
to do the honors.
GOES TO CONEMAUOH.
W. A. Burton, of R. R. Y. M. C. A.
to Leave Scranton.
W. A. Burton, who has been the effi
cient assistant secretary of the Itall
roatl Young lien's Christian association
in this city for the past eighteen
months, has accepted a call to take
charge of the railroad branch of Young
Men's Christian association work at
Conemaugh, near Pittsburg. He was
formerly it brakeman at Hallstead. His
new position has n. splendid Held for
Mr. Burton's aggressiveness, and the
association has a membership of li:',".
He will bo succeeded by B. T. Stone,
at present a bookkeeper for J. B. Wool
sey & Co. Mr. Burton will leave on
Friday for Conemaugh.
One Fare to Gettsyburg and Return
via the Lehigh Valley Railroad
Account the Union Veteran Legion
Tickets on sale, October 9, 10, and 11,
good to return till October 15, inclu
sive. See ticket agents for particu
lars. A LONG
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 CO
Uinagcr's office, 11? Adttns avenue.
Evcrjbody li interested in tho Vmhls, a d
what tho nuUnuic of the raie will be Wnat
should he of quite as much Intel est to all is our
line of Undeiwe.ir, for ui.h iii.iiwIoih alue.
chins is hound to Knoil; competition tXy liUh.
We ioct cniillUineo and i-Ii illcnge cnmpchtlun.
412 Spruce Slreet.
Try our 10c. Linen Collars,
Columbia Yarns I
are superior fo all others and the stand
aid for excellence.
J Columbia Shetland Floss'
contains more yards to the pound, is more I
elastic, and Knits faillur than any otner.
hence I lie chuniM. Culoii aie soft and m
I Per Double Skein, 18c J
Po not ronfound thi superior flosi
with oilier inferior brands.
f Cramer-Wells Co., f
130 Wyoming Ave.
A comfortable fitting shirt is a real
One of tho strongest points of ex
cellence that 'wo claim for our shirts
is comfortable, easy fitting. Then they
ate well made and cut from fabrics
that are stylish in color and pattern.
"A Gentlemen's Furnisher.
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
Jackets and Skirts made
very reasonable. Rainy
day Skirts 5.50 and up.
King MiHr, Merchant Tailor,
432 Spruce Street. 1
Determine the Coziness
of the home. Rich Car
pets, Handsome Rugs,
Inviting Draperies, Por
tierres aud Curtains.
Come in and take ad
vantage of our experience
in fitting up "Attractive
homes." In the Carpet
department, we . call
special attention to the
very select line of pat
terns shown in our Body
Brussel line. These
goods are the cheapest
to buy when you con
sider their long life,
$1,25 and $1.40 per
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