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THE RCRANTON TRIBUNE- W ti DtfESD AY, DECEMBER IS, IDOTc
NOTICE TO WE PUBLIC
Complntnts having cotne to us
thnt persons soliciting work in our
linmo have in nome instances kept
(lie umbrellas nnd in others done
inferior work, we desire to state tnnt
wo linve no renreBentativos on two
lond whntever. We will call wv
your work on mail order only.
Bcrnnton Umbrella Mfg. Co.,
M, Silverman. Prop..
313 Spruce Street.
Wo are the leaders in everything
in the line of PICTURES, FRAMES,
ART NOVELTIES, ETC.
We especially call your attention
to our line of Imported Art Novel
ties from Dresden, Germany and
A look ;il our liow union will It'll y.m wtnl
tn expect in our store.
Jacobs & Fasold,
200 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
IStore ojien evenings.)
f City Notes, j
licit I.i:l HltOIi:.V. .Ml J. Wiili.im (icilwrt, of
tirreiiuooil, wife of SupeiiiitetulPuL (.til.ul, of
t lie DuLiujic ami llinl-en uiU'liiiiuK fell on .1
slippeiy pl.no while Kuinj,' lo I lie Miiinolu le
iml Monday, .mil MMt.iiinil :i luokeu leg-.
ITWT.HAI, 01' A tllll.I). The 11111.HIH of Mr.
nml Mr?, (irorjie I'owi'H'm Infant ilillil were in
terred in J'orest Hill mutiny .vi-leiil.iy after,
iior.n liy 1'imer.il lliieitor I'. V. Tjhuiv The
IMieiiH u.iile at 1111 r.iufiolil avenue, N'urtli
I '.1 ik.
UK WW 1'llOU SCHAM'ON-. U u.i- li'ini.'il
.e-teuliy tluit tlie (Iv.en Mulilij; iiientioiiml In a
lelesiaui n-. hiving ilieil in Joliit, 111., ..ii
until Mnlilen'tr, of South Suutilou, ulio Iclt tli
oily about nine yeai.-i ago. lie i- mrilieil liy a
ivife anil one rliiM, who n.iile in ihl eity.
1)., f.. ft W. l'AV D.VY.x. The Dolawaie.
T..11 k.iw.miu anil W'e-tein pj,uu.i!eiV ilep.iitment
linMieil .i.iiiK 'lie linlnmrn jMtruljy tor No
riulier. TliU eoniplele-. the loeal pays lor ,il
month in (hi-! xldiiitj. Thoie will not lie any
nime pais njr.iin until next week, when the
mine worku-. will lie paiil lor the til -t hilt of
MAIillll'.U IN" CATIU'.nitAI. Ju-epli -lii.-ii-..M
iiiul JII--I Annie IIikI.k!; weie maiiicil in S'
l'elei' ratlieilial M-ili ulay at noon. The, loii.e;
man hail linen atle-teil on .Monday on t lio diarire
of feiluctioii at the in-tawe of lii. W. II.
llusni, who -iLleil .'. Iniilo.'nniil ye4i til 1.". Al
ileuuan lluihi.i, hy whom the u-.1tr.1nl w... l
"iiwl, acfetl as giooiiwiiaii.
TJOVATi Al!OAM'M.-A niei.lini; will l.e li.-l.l
IoiiIkIiI. in Si-liitlt.'.s hall, roiner of Wehiter an
nuo anil AMi slreel, iimler the atbpiee-. of the
lhual Aicinuni. The nicotine will he addro-i-eil
hy Attoiuey K. Diver ami DNikt lltpuly 1'..
Hewitt anil other jiiotnincnt ufliofn anil went
l.ois. Hevei.il lHominent iiti7en? tf the i;.i-t
lliul have signed u iietttion for n ch.uler and av
i.inj;enienls will lie made to otsanie a eouneil.
All the innnlnTS should try and atieml and aha
the woilc all the Mippolt they can.
Ol-TlCniN i:i.i:CTi:i. At a inci'liiiif of Hie
Master I'l inters' .motiation of htr.inton, l'a.,
held last eu-uiu?, the following nitieeis weie
eleiled: 1're-idenl, W, W. Il.it U; viie preii
dent, Mai.sh.ill I're.stoit; tecorditnr fcerietny,
l'ml AVasner, jr.; iin.1ncl.1l secict.uy, lliidolpit
Kun; liea.Miier, lolin J-eliailt; trustee-, 1'u-d
K'ohler, lleniy Walter and W. A. lliownins-, .
ln-fie lepieicnt.ilion of einployiuy jiiliitcrn win
111 attendance. Tin; object ot the nuoialion i
in rrgnljle the piices oi job work and to eliui.
In.itu the custom of cttt-piUe, which has bi-en
in wriio in this city tor many cui:-.
One of this most wonderful inoiUio
tiiinst of llthopri-iiphlo ait Is thu ht'tiu
tll'nl combinaliuu panel plioto lioltler
11 ml calendar for 1902 in eleven colors
and Bold on heavy bristol board (slz'i
Il'Us-'S?! inch) which we will present
absolutely free from Dec. HI to I'l, In
tliislve, to customers at our stores
whoso inuvhase amounts to twoniy
tlve tents or more. Hee them in our
Grand riilon Toa t'o.,
nil I.tickawanna Ave.,
310 and US H. Mnln Ave.,
" Seranton, l'a,
Mr. Clms. Russell, Conceit 'Cellist
and Teacher, of New York,
AVI11 accept 11 limited number of pupils
In Seranton, For terms, .'te apply to
JIlss Julia f. Allen, r.12 WaHhliiKion
Tlie Oak t'al'e will be opi-m.il tudtty
tit 211 Adams avenue, at ll.iio a, m,
J-lyerythiinr new uud modern, I'roinpt
fnVvioc, Dlniier, L'3e, Try ll,
To drive a delivery witKon and ItiUe
caro horses. Apply, L'l.'. WyomliiK live.
Cigars by the Box.
All prices; all sizes. At O'llnra's 1:11
H-M-f 4-f-H-f-f-f 4-f-fft-H-f
Spring Brook Water,lst Mtg,5s X
juukii. vauoy .icu, aji;nv, lac
North Jersey and RoconoMoun
j tain Ice Co,, 1st Mtg, 5s,
Standard Gas Co,, 1st Mtg, 5s,
Lehighton Water Supply Co,, 1
1st Mtg, 5s. f
New Moxico Railway and Coal
Co,, Is; Mtg. 5s.
Desci;,k jit and price on applL
4- M llioadway, S, V. -f
-f Wllkcs-Ujne. Caiboujalt. -f
-f it 0 Conunonwealth Dldj, Scuotgo, l'a, -f
LIFE IN THE
INTERESTING LETTER. FROM
WILLIAM J. BOYCE.
Insurgents, Ho Says, Keep the
American Soldiers on the Movo
All the Time and Fire on Them
from Every Hill The Story of
Phlneas Foutz,Who Escaped While
Under Death Sentence Massacre
of One of the Ninth Infantry
The Ih'Ht lei tor which The Tribune
lias received In many months from Us
Philippine- correspondent, Corporal
William J. Hoyee, of Company K, Nine
teenth t'nlted States Infantry, who Is
now located sit Loboe, llohol, Philip
pine Islands, arrived yesterday, ami
contains many InlerestliiK features. lie
writes ns follows:
Ltihoe, llohol, P. I Oct. 2.", linil, Wo
arrived on the island of Uohol, January
1, 1901, ami liavu been very busy ever
.since. As tills Is one of the worst Isl
ands of the Bfoup, the lnsurfrcntH lceep
us on the ro, nearly all of the time.
They seem to be In their Klory here
now, and fire at us from every hill,
So it keeps us ,'uesslin? nil of the time.
The Island of Celni, Saiuttr, and
llohol, have Riven us more trouble the
last six months than all of the Islands
put together. But Cebu has surren
dered. Oenerals Lugo, and Mnrlloun
have como in with their forces, and
are now running around Cebu, as
though they had always been friends.
It is stated that Taiga, brought in sev
eral Americans ns prisoners.
t'p to the present time we do not
know who the Americans are. Hut it is
supposed some of them ore men that
Captain Smith lost before, he was
killed. And that they belong to O
company of the Nineteenth Infantry.
DOP.I3.S A IJKS13UTKR.
Dobbs, the deseiter from t company,
litis regiment, did not come, but es
caped to the Island of Negros. lie
(Dobbs) had been made a colonel in
the Philippine army, and knew it would
go hard with him ir tlie American
forces should Ret hands on him. He Is
one of tlie worst rascals that wo have
had to contend with, and no punish
ment would be too severe for him.
You probably have heard of the case
of Phlneas Pout;;, a member of our
company. He killed a native girl at
Jlandaue, November lf last, and was
tried for murder tit Cebu, convicted and
sentenced to be hung. President Me
Klnley approved of the sentence which
was the first death sentence that he
ever approved of. Foutz was to be
hung at Cebu on September 20 last,
but on the night of September 1! he
escaped from Fort San Pedro nnd up
to the present time has never been
Ills friends in K company were all
slatl to hear of his escape. While we
thought he ought to be punished, death
seemed a little too seveie. 1 was inter
ested in his case some, on account of
him being in tlie volunteers, lie be
longed to Company T., Tenth Ohio vol
unteers, and was near the Thirteenth
camp at Camp Meade,' Pa., and Camp
lacKenzie, Augusta, fin.
Lieutenant AV. W. Fiscus returned
here on August 2(i last, after nearly
fourteen months in the stales. He is
now in command of our company. He
was on duly some time at West Point,
and is one of the ablest ollleers of the
T'niteil States army. I predict for him
a bright future.
TNSl'Ua ISN'T STRONGHOLD.
The island of Bohol, as 1 said befoie.
Is one of the worst insurgent strong
holds of the southern group. On Sep
tember -1 fifty men of our company,
fifty of M company and lifty of L com
pany. Nineteenth infantry, started on
a tour of the Island. We were out con
tinually until October 20, and nearly
every day had a round with tlie insur
gents. We visited every town on tlie Is and,
and where wo had positive evidence
that they were Insurgent towns, we
burned them. So up lo the present
time, the towns of Carmen, Vilar, He
menu, Valencia, flarcla, .lagna, Hrere,
ami Loon have gone up In smoke, ami
many smaller towns have also been
You no doubt have heard of the mas
sacre of one of the companies of the
Ninth infantry on the island of Saniar.
They were supposed to be In it friend
ly town, and were quartered in a con
vent near the church. Women of the
town carried boloes in tlie church, and
then the insurgents charged on them
during tlie meal hour, killing till ot' the
ofllcer.s nnd llfty-six men, ami captur
ing nearly all of tlie rifles, and every
thing that belonged to the men.
It was it hard blow for the boys to
gel, but the Inhabitants of Samar wilt
pay dearly for it. rieneral Hughes Is
over there now and It Is giving the na
tives a lesson in what real warfare is
Hint they will not soon I'oiget, War is
terrible and tleneral Hughes proposes
to bring that fact home to Hie natives
who refused to accept the kindnesses
that I'nele Sam would ahower upon
them. When he gets through with
thnt Island he Is coming over here ami
will do the same on this Island unless
the insurgenls sunender.
Here In Loboe we are daily hn pet-ling
something of tlui .Samar kind to
break out, We are not allowed out af
ter (i p, m and In the day time arc
allowed to go only three squares. At
night tlin sentries have the strictest or
ders to shoot llrst and halt afterwards
In caso of anything serious.
The Forty-fourth volunteers used lo
bo over here and it was through them
that the Insurreclloit started, as they
used to go in towns and rob people of
their valuables, One day a small de
tachment of them was going from
Jrignn to Ubey along the coast road,
and the natives ambushed them, kill
ing flvo of them and wounding eight,
Since then tint Insiurecllpn htm beep
going from bad to worse,
Captain Anderson of the Forly. fourth
once tool; his company back of Jiigmi,
surrounded a town nnd killed thrco
hundred and eight, That was the worst
blow over given them.
Well, my (Imn Is gutllug short now
mid 1 am glad of It. 1 will ho dis
charged mi April :i next, so when tlio
warm weather comes again I will be.
in Seranton. I will not bo sorry, as
soldiering Is very hard over here, ami it
man has to bo in the best of shapo to
stand It. I inn In very good health,
nnd have stood the hardships apparent
ly well, but do not caro to try It again.
Wo have what Is called a local option
town. Lieutenant Flscus Is n temper
ance man nnd does not allow uny in
toxicating drinks to bo sold, either do.
mestit: or foreign, It Is one of the few
tuwns in the Philippines that docs not
allow liquor to be sold, und Is meeting
lt DUO .V.I.1AO lA 'SHuVMUB poo9 llAV
Nearly nil of I he posts here have a
canteen. The cnilteeii Is run by a dis
charged soldier. Checks are Issued In
nearly nil ot Hie town, generally hy an
oillcer, 'and of cnurse he gets hht rnko
niT, while the old way wits Hint each
company could run n canteen, mid the
company would get the benelit ot It.
Tim question Is, which Is the Jielter
way'.' r would answer the latter.
t received a souvenir of the tenth
anniversary of The Tribune, nnd ad
mire II Very much. Success to The Tri
bune, t also receive Tim Tribune reg
ular. William .1. Hoyee,
Co. 1C, null t S. Infantry.
ANOTHER CREW ASSAULTED.
Covered with a Gun and Are Struck
with a Chair.
Conductor km ami Motorinnn Her
mann, the trolley crow on the drctn
nidge People's lino who have been
dynamited three times and assaulted
as ninny more, were set upon again
yesterday morning by a crowd at Ca
pottse avenue and Ash street.
The car was stopped at the passing
switch, waiting for tlio car coming
from the opposite direction, when the
crowd closed In on the crew and pro
ceeded lo jostle them about and cuff
them. When the crew offered to pro
tect themselves, one of the crowd cov
ered them with a revolver, while an
other struck EM mi the arm with a
chair, completely distillling him.
Ah the crew was getting away, tlio
crowd yelled after them to send down
the officers and that the crowd would
take caro ot them differently from
what they had been taken caro of on
An effort Is being made to have the
crew's assailants Identified.
The executive committee of the
strikers anonunccd yesterday that tlie
executive council of the American
Federation of Labor had approved the
resolution directing that $2,000 be Im
mediately appropriated to tlio aid of
the strikers. National President Mil
lion Is still in tlie city and will remain
during tlie remainder of tlie week.
Puisuant to a joint resolution of
city councils, a reward of (j!U0O is
hereby offered for information that
will lead to the arrest and convic
tion of any person or persons found
placing' dynamite or other ex
plosives on any street or highway
in the city of Seranton.
W. L. Connell,
Dec. 16. 1901.
Did You Ever Stop to Think
That it requires goods from every quar
ter of the globe to supply your wants
at '"'hristmns time'.' Wo are already re
ceiving many of tlie finest table deli
cacies, and during this week shall add
to our stock daily. Our prices will be
right, and we want you to cull and see
the special display which wo shall make
for the holiday trade.
' lin-Jll Penn avenue.
Schrlever's feat of posing- you on Sat
urday, December 21, and delivering the
Mulshed portraits t'liilstmas morning,
surolv earns this distinctive designa
tion. While sittings will be made up to
Saturday afternoon, your reward for
posing earlier will take the form of less
wailing for your turn.
Meerschaum and Briar Pipes.
Smokers' specialties, etc., In endless
vnrielj, at O'llnra's cigar sloie, IIU
Sprue" street. -
Thecelebraled Knalll Madonna framed
in silver gray maple. Special for the
holidays, $1.7.". The llrilllli Art Co., 20!)
Culumlil.t, Hartford, Vedette and Mon
arch bicycles are now on exhibition al
Lewis & Reilly.
"Always liusy" Shoe Stores will be
open evenings until Christmas. "'
A Christmas Present
Tlie fliilv.-i and i, lui,. In l.uil,. Ci.md iVi'
iin- uiilti'ii iii sni i.ill.i li.i lis ,iv i he I.ITU.i;
I'liI.Ks. This lii'.iniiiiil nnd Inli'iiMiiit: Iwiilv l.,i
ihildifii is HI'., inihis Inn;-, t, in. hi-s vtld',
l'j ini'lus ihiil., :'je. iii.
(liven Away Free
Tn nil iniuli.ioi nf .10 (nils' wmlli IVh,
futlii-, A. P. ili'i., . ,V- . IMr.nls, ,
1', IliUiur I'iniili'i, ii 1 uiiitiii'r k I n't Siuif,
n.N i i mm, ni:c. si,
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.,
III 1..I.1..H' .lllll.I .' . VI ullli M.iln A-.
Tli'Hif 7.1--. rruiit diliMii. Nt'tv Viionc lil.
fVJR riAGNIFICENT STOCK of appropriate "things for Christ- X
T -, mas" is all here, and ready for inspection. Wo think we have T
T surpassed all former efforts in our selection, and believe you will T
Y think the same when you call of course we expect you.
X Prayer Books
X Fountain Pens
4 And a thousand and
o , .
HI I f JL t AA I" A i ulAl" AA
t mmm founiam rens irum .ou in d.uu
Hotel Jermyn Building.
Engraving Die Stamping Plate Engraving
DIRECTOR WORMSER WANTS
Will Ask the Recorder to Recom
mend the Issue of $50,000 Worth
of Bonds He would Erect the
Station in the Rear of City Hnll
and Would Install the Hooks,
Crystals, nnd Police Horses There.
Wants Police to Stay in Reserve.
A Certain Number of Hours.
Director of Public Safely K. I-. Worm
ser will shortly submit for Uecorder
Council's consideration a plan for the
erection ot a lurge central fire station
In the roar of the municipal building,
and of new quarters for No. 1 Chemical
company In the central part of the city.
Ho will ask that the recorder recom
mend to councils the advisability ot
Issuing $30,000 worth or bonds to puy
for the construction of these buildings.
The director's Idea Is to have the cen
tral lire station erected on the largo
plot of land in the rear of the munici
pal building, which is owned by the
city and which Is occupied at present
by a large, unsightly shed used hy the
bureau of highways and sewers, and
sundry wagons and piles of materials
used by the same bureau.
lie would erect, on this lot a building
to cost about .$20,000 and sufficiently
largo to furnish accommodation for the
hook and ladder truck, the Crystal
steamer and hose wagon, the old Nay
Aug steamer, the patrol wagon and the
horses used by the mounted officers.
FOR. TIIE RESERVE.
His plan Is to have the upper rooms
fitted up with sleeping apartments, not
only for the largo number of firemen
who would be required to handle the
apparatus mentioned above, but also
for a certain number of patrolmen to
be kept in reserve.
lie points out that there Is no city as
large as Seranton in the United States
in which tlie members of the police
force are not required to spend a cer
tain part of their time In reserve.
There is no reason tit all, he says', why
till the members of the Seranton police
force, or at least a certain part of
them, should not be asked to spend
eight hours In reserve after being eight
hours on duty. The eight hours spent
in reserve could be devoted to sleep,
and the men could have the other eight
hours lo themselves.
The removal of the hook and ladder
company from Us present quarters, on
West Lackawanna avenue, to tlie cen
tral city is absolutely necessary, the
director says, and If if is not moved
into a central lire station it will have
to be moved some place else.
WHAT CITY PA VS.
The city now pays ?S10 a year for the
rent of the hook and ladder house and
$1,200 a year for Iho rent, of the Crys
tal's quarters. This, coupled with the
$,'00 which is spent annually tor the
55 STORE OPEN EVENINGS. J5
uy the Best
M. & H. Kid Gloves, $1.00,
soft, flexible and durable.
A beautiful glove box given
with every pair
j Plain or Initial. A beauti-
X ful box with 50c goods. . .
;? RELIABLE FURS
g Muffs, Scarfs, Neckwear,
5 all i list as represented. , .
Mears & Hagen g
415-417 Lackawanna Avenue. 25
Hymnals Art Pictures
Gold Pencils Gold Pens
Fancy Memorandum Books
one things we might mention, are here in great
in the Newest Creations in Stationery,
keep of the police horses, means an out
lay of $2,540, which could he saved every
year by the erection ot a central lire
station. The Interest on the bonds nnd
the amount which would need to bo ap
propriated every year for sinking fund
purposes would be considerably less
than this amount, so that, according to
til rector Worinscr's figures, the whole
nintter resolves Itself Into n single busi
ness proposition. Tlio argument which
he advances In support of his plan Is
that its adoption will Insure Increased
efficiency at lessened cost.
The lease of the Phoenix chemical
house, on upper Lackawanna avenue,
expires lit 1U0I, at which time it will he
necessary for the city to seek now
quarters .for the company. The director
believes that the only proper way out
ot this difficulty will be for tlio city to
purchase a suitable site ami erect n.
modern lire house of its own, which
would bo cheaper In the end than pay
Latest Date for Sitting; Decem
It will require uu almost superhuman
effort and greatly Increased staff to ac
complish these results, but when pub
lic accommodation Is the object, no
dintcultlos are loo great for Schrlcver.
The rush Is on now, It will Increase
as tlio week grows older, so don't wait
a moment longer than necessary, Re
member the date limit, Saturday, De
. . .
Lackawanna's New Summer Book.
Tlie Lackawanna railroad is about
to Issue a Summer Book for the com
ing season, in which each town along
the line will bo attractively written
up. For the information of those de
siring summer homes, It ban been de
cided to atlmlt a limited number of
advertisements of hotels and boarding
houses, and these advertisements will
be placed immediately following the
reading matter relative to the town in
which they are located.
The demand for such advertisements
lias been so great that tlio company
has decided to modify the policy estab
lished a year ago and permit a. brief
number to appear. It Is believed the
change will be a gratifying one to
those who lire anxious to secure some
of the increasing patronage along the
The loeal ticket agent ha.-; been sup
plied with specimen pages irotn this
book, showing rates for advertising,
and other details in connection with
it. Copies of these may be obtained
upon application. Matter for insertion
In the new book must bo sent either to
the general passenger agent or left
with the local ticket agent on or be
fore the 1st day of February.
The local ticket agent will be glad
lo answer any inquiries.
Reynolds Bros.' Announcement.
One of the tinest and most artistic
holiday announcements seen In Seran
ton this season was sent out by Rey
nolds Bros. It Is on dainty note-size
paper, with a beautiful hand-painted
holly design thereon. ""
Get Your Holiday Cigars
and Pipes at Garney Brown & Co.'s,
ia rr n I
a rew rracticai suggestions
for Christmas Shoppers
An acceptable gift is always a practical gift
something useful from wnich (the recipient can take
pleasure or comfort.
or a Lamp for the parlor, a Hanging Lamp
for the dining room, a Student Lump, if you have fc
gas a Pretty Gas Portable, if you have electricity g
an bicctrtc porcamc.
Three Light Chandelier
Gold finish, Belleric
Etched Globes, and best
Rich Red Vase Lamps f
Metal not glass, B Ii best ccutral (j! "2 fj f- 3
draft burners, with etched globes J Hu
Perfection Student Lamp, uickle or brass. ..$3.50 g
5; Wellsbach Burners,
qg ot hose, complete
Jj Our Store is Full of
Geo. V. Millar &.
F. A. KAISER,
Lackawanna and Adams Avenues.
Seal Skin Conis
$150, $17 ,
Ptrsiiii Lamb Coats
Si 25, $150.
- l-.. . 1. 4-
x.av iuis uuuuni
324 Lackawanna Avenue
4w . - I
10c to $6.50.
119 Penn Avenue,
mM3fi Jww fmwm
FIRE FIRE FIRE
The stock of Shlmamtira Co., 107 VVoymlnp; Ave.,
will be sold coiutueuciug Wednesday, Dec. xS, ;it 3 p, m.
$15,000 of J
Cousistiug of fine Vases, Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers,
in fact everything iu the Japanese line, damaged by water,
will be sold at auction without limit or reserve as the firm
had no insurauce on their stock. You will have a chance
to buy high class Japanese Goods only slightly damaged at
your own price.
Sales will continue every day at 10, 30, a, m 3.00
p. m, and 8.00 p, 111.
Shimamura & Co
107 Wyoming Ayoiuio,
with six feet (fc'T) A f
Co. 'i" 1
lil. i' n linc like tliU or om
rif llu' Iicuuiitul .iii'l li.inily
fcMit w.iUt birs wc'Jt .!iov
joit when juii nil. Jf ym
want it in time oiiIit now, 'i
r.ll!o l' nlo llllif; tl t lur
cli'livil.v I).v. 21. The I.ili
f.iy that imr pillow topi an;
tlio iinp-t ami '.itiMpt'it in
town. .Hint look at t lie vny
poiiui' in our window. We'll
In- upon Sitiii'il.iy nlslils liuti'
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