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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SAT CUD A XOVEMHElt Ifi, 1001.
THE MODntlM HARDWARE STOlli.
They ndd to tho beauty or
tlio table nnd ninke the
carving- a pleastnc. Our
lino of Carving Sots Is
liugor than over thin yenr.
A jliuce nt our window
gives nn Iden of vvhnt's In
side. Foote & Shear Co. 5
119 N. Washington Ave y
FOWLER GOAL GO.
Dealer of the
.11,11 II.I.H'ilOM., I'". 4
ltoom 50, Coal Exchange
co.u, nn.ivi.iii.n i rusroi' irv.
okl Weather Coats
Mjluli In. In 'H villi Uvfuli1 Hi -,
cHiL mil M-, double leu vl IttJiNu'iie
liutttm. in run Ili.utK lolli
Imutul nl, its link, il.il. 1i'j. 'm
Walk liimililiitli, t-l.tt.mil lil mil in
.nnil.cuIN iii'.l limn nnm -l.nlos m t us
Tb? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce t.ieet.
Nottingham-, Iiish l'nini Iteinuii'--i-.mce,
Brunei?, Jlaiio Antuniettes
ami otlici j-. "We me .1 lo'-pons-lble
loiioeru (mil Kiui.intoe AUTISTIC
1.1C0 ClfOtt t .11 fflltl.N pioducul.
E08-.110 Perm avenue. A. B. Wainian.
DK. LYMAN ABBOTT.
He Is to Lectin e at the Lyceum
Theater Next Tuesday.
Henry AV.ud i?eoc iter's muumh', In
T.,vin.ti Abbott, will deliver his Unions
leotuie, 'Our iJoint'h .mil Their Ku
Miiles," in the Lvi 011111 no-u Tuesil.ij
night. Xiiveiulier Hi. This K tin- oiipm -tunily
or n lifetime, ami in all pinb.i
bility tin' last In hear a 111. 111 whose
Jiimii' will so iluvvu in hlstinj with Unit
of ISooc-hei- .tint Spumcon.
Dr. Ionian Abbott's 11.11110 is a hnuw
J10UI wind tioiii s 1 tn mm and t'in
beyond the scis lie Im ic-cokiiIkoiI both
in Ihml.unl ami Aiuoilc.i as one ol the
ffiwite.sl IhiiiK pi-c.ichei .. Ah the 1111
niedi.ite biiiKM-or nl Homy Waul
L'ecchcr and tho editor ol Hie outlook,
bis life ami labels ,ue kunviii to all,
Hiliilltull 1 leicryiiion enthuse Mi. Ab
bott and his lectin e in the following
tvouls: "Rev. Dr. I.yni.m Abbott, ol New
oil;, ediloi of the Outlook, in lectin -ns
011 'Uur Homos, ami Their Ihiomlts"
Will undoubtedly, out ol" the lieh tie.in
uros or his iiilluieil liiliiil nnd bean,
ciiliKhtou, Kiilcle, iiiiiiuet and iiisphe
nil who hear lilm. I would be sniiy in
deed to nil.s.s lie.ulny Or. Ablmtl, when
bo leituie.-, in our 1 Itj " Ue. I. j
Liuihhiff, D. n.
"Di. Lyin.in Abbnll Is one ol Iho Mi e
jnosl men of Amoi Ion " l!ev. Ilobeit
V. V. I'leic-o, U. D
"Or. Lviniiu Ablioit has n national
Si'iiulatlou, and 011 si cat subjects IIUo
tho.se lelutlni? to the .sin iul wciriue 01
men. Is woithy of 11 wide healing. It
is my hope that Heraulou will ho n
I'lin enjoy lifin lnw 11 brainy man heal;
nn n bio.ul Mibject "Uev C. ;l (iiuin
TOUR MORE RECRUITS.
They Have Been Sent to League Is.
land Navy Yard.
A (tl.'ll telle o- yolllljj men Weio ell-
Isted in the .Mmiiui Uecnillhitf Hta
tlon. l.:i V uinln avenue, ycsteulai,
by Major t;. Harnett, utid heul to
LeiiKiie inland Nny Yard, X'n. Yhcy
wen; Ma'tlu A. MeiJf.i'h, Ti.uir.nt V.
?: ill. William 1, mown and Iru N.
I'uriiflUer, all or this illy,
Sniiv nl' tlu.-e men lmo seen si 1 -!ic
Ik lore In I'ouusyhaula vuluu'e is
an'1 In u-Ktilar tinny. Major IJariult
is sii'ili nleiiheil 111 tho class n,' 11
'iults Iw is KottliiK tioiu Reiiiutna and
Mcil'.ltV, .'. Uiey mo blishl iouiK nm
(HMl will litiM- Kimii chames in th.
lnur'nu (.npts They aie not Idli 1 1 m
loaU'l'.l is iiiiiuy hiiiiiitv, but aiu
yn.il,!,' lueii villi A ilffliu to s o tunii
Ot fin Aili'M, lllld llley are ',.(..
tits luii'iliiiii biaiieli nl' tliu i'h'iuI
SJtiles t-ervlio in ,s.ilinty their desio in
luiiy llHii of K'mil hulill.s lire icjeiidi
) til'g In 1 b.'s-luil ilol'ei ts.
TAIR AND FESTIVAL.
Tin Woman's (itillil ol' St. iaiKo'8
liarif-li will havu n sale of luuey and
useful nilleles, oaken, ete., nn Wednes
day nftiTiioon and all day and evening
of Thursday next, ut St Luko'n imilbb
house. Supper will bo served 011
Thursday uyeuln;,', beslnnliifi: at 5.:io
o'clock, inlco or which lll be il cents.
Colli TuiKf). t r.iiibiii.i SJinf 1 .111 Hun,
j: dl'ul u.uli 1.-. 1 jI'Imsi hilnl
Hl 1 1 04 I liipi. I'uKICc,
IJitaii .nul ll'.ltn, Cikcn,
'I'c.i jej l.olUc.
lie Cii'Jin li) t'uils I.Mu.
moKo tlio popuiur Punch 10c. cigar.
LnJaiii" '' Sw.re-4-1 f.fsf" ift"--i' -! ifc. jt
WELCOME NEWS AT RECORD
ER'S CABINET MEETING.
Diicctor Wonuser Announced That
Insurance Rates Will Come Down
as Soon as Twelve New Hydrants
Ale Put in Place Estlmntcs to Bo
Considered nt a Special Meeting.
Contractors Who Open Stieets
Must Secuie Permits in the Fu
tureOther Mattel s Discussed,
Oil ei tor of 1'ublle Safety !'. T..
Woimser bud welcome news til Tin
cordcr ('oiiiipII'h nvmllily cnblnol tneel
nx, held .M'stenlny nltctlioon. lie im
noiuieed thai be had reccheil piwlllvc
assurances I'lom I be bonid of lire
underwriter fur the inlddle dldtiicl
that tiie Increase of twenty-live per
tout, on local Ihe Insurance rates will
bo taken off .lust as soon as tho city
places twelve laiRe four-Inch hydrunls
In place hi the centtal p.ut or the city,
lour to bo placed on Lackawanna ave
nue, Director Wormser s.ild that the hi
dr.ints have been pin chased, and thaL
Diicttor ot i'ublle Works Hoehe has
luomlscd to iilace Ibein In poslllnn at
once. This me ms that Instnanoe latcs
will be 1 educed Just ?s0.000 In this city.
The iiuestlon of fonnhiK an csiimate
of the revenues ol' the 1 ll.s I'm tile nel
llscal year was IiioukIiI up by Deputy
I'ontioller llaitley, w ho explained that
he didn't know hov. to no about lorm
liiHT siull an estimate, because of the
fait that iheie is no limit lo the
amount of taxes which councils may
now levy under the "ilppei" bill. It
was a:,rieed that his point was well
taken, and be wns dileeted to ascer
tain the views or the v.uious city olll
clals on the iiuestlon, in order that be
may picture mini" sou ol' nn estimate
to be luescnted at a special meeting: of
the c.tbiuei to be held nn Wednesday,
No ember -J'
vu,u pui:-si:nt usti.mati:?.
At this meelims the heads of the sev
01. il departments will piccni their es
timates lor the (oiiiing iisenl iiar and
an elfoil will bo made to "paie" tliem
down to the lowest possible IKniie In -loie
submlltiuK them lo the joint esti
mates committee of colllKils,
Dhei tor of Public AVoiUs Uoihe coni
pluined lli.it a number of conli.ictois
are in the habit of opening up sticels
In Mil ions inits of the itv without
secuiiiiR iieimis.ion imni tlio biiio.iu of
highways and seueis. He iciiUested
thai the diieclor of publk salety bo
dhected to take some action to pi event
this. After some discussion, Diicctor
Wormser was instructed to i.'sue an
oidir diiedinn mcmbeis nl the police
lone to stop all wink on the stietts if
the im eman in ih.irgc cannot show a
pioper neiiuit, and In anesL the line
man if he peislsts in woikiiiR without
sin h a penult.
Citv Tre.isuiei' Hoblusuii lojioiled
that leit.iln polite maRisti.itfs and al
deiinen weie not tin nine over to the
1 ity all the uionv.v wlihh they col led
In tine--. The dilettor of public safety
was illiei teil lo notily such olliclals 10
tin 11 over at oncu any moneys whbh
llKhltiill.v belouR to the oily, and to see
to it that they nbev this dbeetlon in
It was lepoited that some r f the de
llllfiuent t.t olketois deMloil to sictue
bonds iiuin tiust 1 omp. niies, bill inns
nun li as the spiiit nt the law and es
tablished piecident is that they nuisi
luinisii , i.i Judvnicni bonds it Mas
decided that only those, and mine
0II101-, aie to be accepted,
CHANGKS IX r.UU.DINC.
Uliei toi Itoche submitted for the 1 011
sidei.ition of llecoider Council plans lor
icilain 1 hauRcs which It is pioposod lo
make in tho municipal hullUlii", to ac
commodate some of the dopailmcuts
wliiili .ue now damped tor loom.
Those plans weie piepaicd by liuild
iiiR Insiioeto.' r. 1.. Blown. One t ou
Icmplatts the ai.Ulnil of the 1 00111
now 01 cupieil by the boanl nl iniitiol,
and anothtr the HltiiiR up of two moms
on the nnlinishi d louith lloor llolli
loiiteinpl.ito the Installation of an ele
atol. The plans will be examined by
Uei older Counell, and will bo acted
upon at l he nel lablnel UleetiiiR.
Those presont.it yestei day's iiieetinR-,
besides Uei older t'onnell, weie as lol
lows Ditedor ol Public .Siluty V. I,.
Woimsei, Dili c tor of Public Winks
John li. Itocho, City Ticisiuer U. J,
Uoblnson, city f-oliiitor Ceoise Ji.
W.ilson, Ueiuili City Conli oiler c, .,
llaitlev, an 1 I'hilip lliiisland, pie-ideiit
of the boi.'d 01 .isos--oi s.
DULL DAY IN THE STRIKE.
Neither Side Had Anything of In
tel est to Give Out.
Neither the ronipauy nor the stiik
eis had auytliliiff to wive, out yester
day, oNceptlng coiiilittiiiR statements
an to tliu patiomtRo of tho cars. The
loinp.iny avoned that its receipts
show si steady hicietise cveiy day.
The stilkers who bine lind scouts
out (ountii)R- the p.isseiiRcis state thai
the tiallle ycsteiday was lighter than
oil any day this week, Thete w'as 110
vlolem o loported I10111 any of the lines,
A stick ot dynamite with a cap at
tached was yestei day lotind lyiiiR- in
a mud puddle nest tho stieet lallwuy
track on Capouso iiveuue botwceii
Poplar nnd Ash sheets, It Is sup
posed that It wan pi, iced on the track
and was knocked otf In some manner.
Now is the time to
Families supplied at
lowest wholesale prices
in case lots.
No advauce at present
over 1900 prices.
E. Q. Coursen
LECTURE ON "QUO VADIS,''
Lnigo Audience Listened to Rev. Dr.
Robert F, Y. Ploice.
Hoi. Dr. Robot t K. Y. Plciic, pastor
of the Pcnn Aeiuio llnpllsl church, df
llvercd 11 lecture Inst nlshl In his cbuicb
nn "Quo Vudls." which be deebned lo
be 0110 of tho Rroulost novels ever will
ton, Tho leetiiro Was the second of 11
sciles belnt,' Riven uiulor tho utlHpke.s
ot Iho Chrlsllan llndenvoi' soclely of
tho ehtucli, and was IniR-ely nllended.
The doctor t raced the story Jioin the
opcnliiR' chapter lo the Jlual scoink of
all, nnd ficuuciilly lend soine of the
inoie strlUliiR- portions of Ihe book, In
terspershiR' tho nnrrntlve now and then
with oiIrIiuiI ciltlenl connnent,
The doctor ileclarod that the ion
deninatlou of tho book by ninny as Im
11101 ul Is entliely unjust, anil said that
It can be rend with Brent profit by
fill Isllnllrt ,,' all creeds, tcllillR- the
story, us It does, of the Imperishable
and uncoiiiiuerablo rnllh of tho cuily
Clirlslluiis, who lined dentil rather
than deny the flu 1st who died Tor
He seemed lo bo especially hnprosuod
with the attlbor'.s 1101 trull of the I'm
peror Nero, "tho Imporlnl buffooii," de-olitt-f
iifjr II to be the most Rrnphlc chnr
nctcr sketch of ibis cm Ions monster
ever drawn by an author.
"No writer has ever before suci coded
In inakhiR' Nero's Incoiislnonclcs 1011
slstent," said the doelor, "or has ever
shown bis terilble nialleuaiu ' with
such wondertill power."
The lectin o was illustrated iIikiurIi
out with a splendid series ot olored
stereoptlcnu iews, which H'omcd lo
tlitob with life and action, so le.illstic
A BODY OP MINE GAS
His Body Found Yesterday Moiuing
in the Manvllle Mine After
Hours of Search.
About 'It o'clock Thursday roienoiin
William Piollnsky, a minor employed
at the Manvllle oollloiy, lcinniked to
bis laboier that lie did not feel ioiv
well and thoiiRbl bo would rii lo the
tool box wheio he kept his dinner
p. ill and Ret soinc'thlilR- to eat. Soon
after a loud explosion was hoard and
tho men In that p.ut 01 the mine 1'onr-Ihr-
danger hiniiedh leu their woik
and made llielr way lo (he R.niRway
whole they woie iissiueil b. the dil
cis that notbiuK out of lb" oidin.ny
had occui led and that what lliey had
boaid was only a heavy blast In an
other chamber. They letuined to their
plates and lesumed win I;.
The l.ict thai Pinlinsky was not
seen about the mine again occasioned
no smpilse, as he bad said be was
not feeling well and bis companions
thought lie bad gone home.
When al !) o't lot k .11 night he bad
not lelumod lo his home, his wife
.ilnnned by bis long; absence, in dm ed
a neighbor lo go to the office at the
bie.tker and find mil, if possible, why
bo was detained. As soon as it was
know 11 nt the odlee th.it he was miss
ing a seaitbiiiR p.nty was sent into
Ihe mines, but it was not until about
1 o'clock yestei d. iv morning that his
dead body was fount! In a woiked-out
chamber. It is supposed that Piotiu
sky bad become confused, lost liis way
and wandered into this p.ut nf the
mines am! that his lighted lamp had
ignited the gas, musing the explosion
lie.ud by his iionipaiiions soon atler he
left them, and tli.it he h.ul boon tin own
with suih foice against the wall of
the mine as lo cause his death.
The onii maiks toiuid on his per
son was a lontiision on bis iniehead.
The dead man bad been in the nn
plo.t of the company about four months
and bis homo was on Gioe sheet.
Pal k Plat e. He leaves besides liis
wife, thiee small chlldien, Tin' body
was lemnied to his late home.
TALK ON BABYLONIA.
Given by Miss Susan E. Dickinson
Miss Susan I'. Dickinson gave a
icpotltion in pail of her flisl p.tilor
talk on ' llabylnnlii" yestei day at the
homo of .Mis. C, D S.uidoison tin Lin
den shoot. She (.poke or tho tact that
it Is but forty-four yon is Mine Iho
language of rsabylonl.i could be read
at all, and that the excavations which
since Hint time aie significant began
with the Flench consul, Do Kai.o., at
Tcllo, the site of the ancient Sher
Putl.i After that, those of the tinl
vcislty or Pennsilvniiiu, exploilng- ex
peditions weie begun in 1SS0 under
Rev, .1, .1. Peteis and lOntlnuod ever
since then by Dr. Peteis' foiinor co.id
jutois Prol. .1. N. lluyne.s and Her
man Hilprechi. rihe luought iho his
tory down to the fall of Nippur near
to MOD li. c afior which the dly or
ll.ibvlon became the leader. The next
talk, on Assyila, will lollow on f 10111!
this date, and will be given nt the iesl
deuce or Jlis. It. .T. Uenuell.
MILK CANS CONFISCATED.
Daily Company's Property Found in
Possession of A. H. Turner.
Ckuk Rldgoway, secretary of the Ab
lugtoti D.ilry company, yestctday so
cuied a search w.urunt I10111 Jlagls
ti.ito Ilowo and had the milk depot of
A. II. Turner, of ill!! Jackson sheet,
Over $60 win tli of milk inns and
bottles belonging: to the Abiugtou Dairy
company and to tho Sciantou Dnliy
company, which tho former ncriulird,
weie found and conllscnted. Jlr. ltldge
wuy claims that a number of other
dealers have cans and bottles belong.
Ins to his company, nnd declares that
they will all bo confiscated.
It ouns dandiulf, hair falling, head
ache, etc,, yet costs tho waniu as an 01
dluury tomb. Dr. AVhlto's faectrlo
Comb, tho only patented comb in the
woild, will be sold in Scranton for a
short tinio at exactly half prion by advertising-
iiRciits. employed by tho Him
to Introduce! those wonderful combs,
Send stamps for one, Ladles' sl.o, noe.j
Rents' M.0, ;i5c, Address pr mil after &
o'clock ovenlngs, on Milton UlchaiiW,
:).'.'! Madison nve Scranton, Pa,
Only Six Weeks Until Clulstmas,
Didn't reallno It. did jou',' Tlmo Is
required in tho pioductloii of tutlstlo
photogiaphs. Take Scluiever's advice;
Sit for your port! ait now nnd you will
ultimately thank lilm for the sugges
tion. On and after Satuulay, Nov. 1C, 1V01,
out-bound cars 011 tho Lain el Hill lines
will run over the PoteiBburg' loulu us
tur as Mnlbciry sheet and Mudlfon
avenue, and in-bound Petersburg: cats
will run over the Lauiel Hill route fioiti
Madison avenue and Mulbetry sheet
to the central city,
d T.$ri ;
THE LOCAL SEASON IS NOW IN
Games Scheduled for This Wcolt In
tho Nortlioastoin Pennsylvania
league and Bicycle Club League.
Standing of tlio Tenuis in the Two
Leagues Dttincld Has Been Suc
ceeded by Homy Diinler on the
Bicycle Club Team Fowler Is tho
Father of the Game Heie.
llowleis 1110 now busy 011 all the local
alleys. Iloth leagues uie well under
way, nnd tlio vuilous clubs are stutg
Rllng for the much coveted hophles.
Next week's Icuguo games will be us
Miiirtii:sri.iis itnssi...mv i.r.uici:.
M0111l1j-llul.11- v". Sia.iiitoii lllijilc liili on
IlltklH .lllr.ts 111 II I. 1 H Illli.tliU . I '. 1 k - mi
Sti.iiiton Illijrlc 1I11I1 .lllijs. V.t Kiul s (licm
IIIiIri' Uinelincli ull Wi-t llntl nllrtw, Wilkcv
iik m 1.1: t t.rnv 1. i:fiti:.
TIiUihIii -liicrii III1I5P Uliivlinm j. Wt"l I'm!
No. 'i nn f.icrn lllilijc nlli WK I, ml No. .!
Ninilnli llujili' dull mi Wi-l I. ml illoj',
I ho .Serantou
who bus boon one of
lllojelo club's best
bowlers, has left the city. Ills place
on the club's Noilheasteiu Pennsyl
vania league team will be filled by
Ilemy Dltnlor. Diinler is an excep
tionally slioug: bowler, and should 1111
Diillleld's place In every way.
It is piobnblc that more split spues
weie made on the West Ibid Wheel
men's alloys in Wllkos-Barro last
Thin siluy night duiing the contest be
tween Wet liid No. f, nnd Green
Ridge than at any time since the al
leys have been In use. Uowlson of tho
Gieen Ridge team made several spates
f 10111 unusual hard bleaks. Several of
Hie West Ibid boys also distinguished
themselves in that kind of woik.
The AVest Side Wheelmen's new al
leys will be completed about December.
Hloli'on .vi Son, ol New Yoik, have the
in. Wa 1 dells sime of 1". pins made
in tho game between Sci anion Hicclcv
club and AVest Ibid Wheelmen last
Monday v ill piobnbly stand as blgh
scoie league leooid for :i long time, if
not tliiougb the until e season.
The Serantou I Sky tie club lias a lot
of good bowling: m.iteiial that the flist
team can di.iw substitutes from at any
time. Among litem aie Stair, Rey
nolds rind Wulteis all good, steady
Hdwanl Pijor, of the Stiantou Bi
cycle Northeastern Pennsylvania
league team is one 01' the stnest spaio
bowlers in the league.
Charley Fowler, 0110 of this illj's
pioneer lollois, has undoubtedly done
moie towaids populaiizlng the iwmc
in Sei'.mton than any other person. Hy
the way, Pop cm 10II a irntj game to
day as ol ton as any or them,
John T.ijlur. captain of the Gieen
P.idgo Noithcastein Pennsylvania
league team Is :i bowler of long opo
1 ionic. Jack has 1 oiled many ol' tho
high seme games on iho Gioeu llidge
Following Is the standing of the va
1 lous clubs In both leagues.
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Wi-t ) ml I "1 In. ,
AN ECONOMICAL MAN.
Jacob Young- Can't Pay a Fouiteen
Ccnt Poor Tax.
.I.11 11b A'imiig:, an able bodied man
about ilil .cais old, appealed befoio the
poor bo.tid iosterdny afternoon and
asked lo be exonerated from paying
his poor tax. on account of lliiancial
Tho membois of the bnaid appealed
lo be very lnvorably iuipiessed vith
Mr. Young's pica mid weie just about
to giant the lotpiest when President
Jiiooks loaned over and said:
"How inuch Is your uix, Mr. A'Aung'.'"
"Fouiteen cents." icplled Jacob and
the niombois present loaned back in
their teats In a cla.ed sort of way.
Jacob was bustled out Into ihe hall
In quick older, Piesldent liiooks re
marking' that "an able bodied man
ought to bo ashamed lo ask lor a
fouiteen cent exoneration,"
Mis. i:ilnboth Gotnaltvi an old
woman over sixty, mndo a pathetic
plea lor a load of coal.
"I used to lie ublo to pick m own
coal lioni the dump," said she, "but.
1 slipped one day nnd 1 oiled down.
In caking my log. I can't get coal anv
more, sits, and I'd bo ihankrul if you'd
get mo 11 load "
Tho bo.ud haslllv agreed to give her
the coal and toller besides, A num
ber of other eases were board and 10
lluvcd. A iQsoltitloil wns adopted dlioi ting
iHIi smartest line
colored shirts iu
Serantou are here
for you today.
neat colors detached
cuffs, (same with two
Here are some very
flue coat shirts, with at
tached cuffs, very stylish,
made by the maker of
our fine custom shirts.
P.dwlu (t, JltigbrH mid Matthias Stlpp,
eonh actors for the gate house and ad
dition to the power bouse ut Ihe Hill
side' Home, to toinplt'to their work be
fore December 1. The coiilruclii 011
li'icit Into with both or Ihesc men ie
qtllled that the Work be completed 011
A MEMBERS RALLY.
R. R. Y. M. C. A. Men Open Social
Tonight ut S o'clock the railroad de
pot tiiiont or the Young Men's chtls
tluu association will hold the llrsi
inemboi.s' rally of tlio season in their
looms ut 1" t.ackuwiiiuia nvenue. Tito
entertainment is under the combined
dilcctlou of Hie social nnd recotilloll
committees and every effort will bo
mndo to give the. members 11 pleasant
John F, Mooie, of Now York, one of
the International railroad scei eta lies,
wilt be the speaker of the evening.
Mr. Mooio Is a particularly happy
speaker on such occasions and the
men may bo sure or hearing something
good. The Orpheus club will render
the music Tor the oecaiilou. Their ubll
ity to fill the bill Is well known. At !
o'clock the guest" will be served wllh
ci cam and take and the remainder of
the evening will bo spent In n social
way. AtrauKeinonts have been made
to care for a large gathering.
THE THIRTIETH REGIMENT:
Command to Which Lieutenant Hig
gius Has Been Assigned.
Second Lieutenant .luines A. Illggliis,
who wns recently commissioned by tin1
president, bus boon nssigncd to the
:10th United States Infantiy and or
deiod to Columbia bin racks teinpoi
nrily. Lieutenant Hlgglns is a Pitts
ton boy and for seven u 1 yens woikod
20T Washington Ave.
I Gils, Paints and Varnish
- Malony Oil Zt Maniifactiiring Company,
J 141-149 Meridian Street.
i 40 Per Cent, j
The Popular Hartford Typewriter
The machine comprises either tho double key or
shift key. A Typewiiter that will do the same work as
the highest price machine and is guaranteed for twelve
months, which is six months longer than any other
guarantee for Typewriters. A postal card or telephone
message on either 'phone will receive our prompt atten
tionif you need it, We sell it.
HOTEL JERMYN BUILDING. SCRANTON. PA.
Tho largest line of Office Supplies in Noitheablcvn Pennsylvania.
. tt j. ,4,
. Mi!. .-,
In Wllkcs-itiiiie nn a tetogiaph oper
ator for tliu Poslul lonipany.
During Hie vnr with Spain bo entered
the United .States Signal Seivlcc com
pany as 11 pilv'nlo and inpldly ud
vunecil, being muslcicd out at the end
of the War with Hie lank of llrst lieu
tnniil, Ills In other, Ambrose Hlg
glns, rmmeily or Wllkcs-llarie, but
now or Philadelphia, was 11 ouptnln nt
Pulled Slates Signal company dining
the Spanish war.
SCRANTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
A Denith of Book-keepers nnd
Lin ka. It, U. Co., . N' .1 .
Nov. , nun.
Soiunion lliislnoss College.
Gentlemen: I am In need of 11 i 0111
potent Kciitlcmaii stenographer in my
olllcc and write to Imiulio ir you cuii
1'ui'uIhIi me one.
Tlio demand for bookkeepers and
stenographers continues to bo gi cuter
than the supply. Puck it AVhlhnore
weie obliged to loply to Ihe foiegolng
loiter: "Have no ciiialllied student who
New students me oniullliig weekly.
Don't Toiget, When You Order Your
thai this Is tho seusou for blckoiy mils,
walnuts, pop coin, etc. A'o have a lull
Hue of seasonable goods and our poiil
tiy display this morning will be worth
jour attention. Telephone, orders will
iccolve piompl and cilrelill attention.
Pierce's Maikcl, 110 Penn ae.
Reinombei' the rair and Supper,
il St. Luke's, November 20 and 21.
I luyler's -Always fiosh. Cuinson'
Smoke the new Kleon fie. clgur.
For Fancy Work
We have received our sec
one supply of these much
sought for articles. Have
now 5,000 in stock in dif
ferent colored mat paper.
Better order at- once, as
they go very quickly.
We are showing some new
Imported German Bird Cat'
.tlilMl J m rlvJIi 11 ulil' tilVfM B
. XC - 4 fr ,
ff i4"f4'i"!-4'4i4"(iif"f 4444"l
:: Have You a
:: Cozy Corner?
If so call nnd see our large '
''. assoittnent ol 1
:: Down Pillows f
; ; ready for any covering you
; ; may select. They're just the
;; thing for a coy corner or
:; "Den." All sizes from 12 to
; ; 24 inches. Prices vary from
; ; 7s cents to $1.30 for the best.
; ; Immense stock just received
I Cramer-Wells Co., f
130 Wyoming Ave.
I want you to cnll and investigats
the merits of the
New Ball Bsaring Umbrella
It hns the strongest built frame of
any umbiolla on the market each rib
being held in position separately by
a ball bearing- patent. Rolls very
closely. Sells for SI. 00.
"A Gentlemen's Furnisher"
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
Are made in
all the desir
of Ladies Gloves and Muslin
Price & Jenkins,
130 Wyoming Ave.
S-'lcctcd tiiih 'c j di om pt.ui)
unci nccLU Oui
Slock il exception.)!! booc! quality Tor the prli e
bnull sums tall: M. anil luvo uitidi sticngtU
amongst cur tcj;oiubli3 uflerlugs.
412 Spruce- Street.
Jackets, l.tons, Raglans and New
market Dress walking nnd tainy
day Skirts. Our prices arc reason
able. Guaranteed to give satisfac
tion, tioods furnished,
King Miller, Merclianl Tailor,
432 Spuica Stteet.
N0WHEHH ELSE ON EARTH
Cnu the Seeker After
HEALIH AND HAPPINESS
Find Such Rich Rewmd.
IS A WINTER PARADISE.
Best Reached Via
(I'M VII M 1101 J.I ON Wljl'.IXS 1
Leave New York Tuesdays, Thurs
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.,
R. I. Smith, agent, 100 5. 3d st..