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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901.
5
SCHURMAN AS
THEIRGUEST
ANNUAL DINNER OF THE COR
NELL ALUMNI.
Distinguished President of the Uni
versity Tells of the Orowth, Stand
ing nnd Aim of the Celebrated New
York School Rev. Dr. James Mc
Leod, Colonel George Sanderson
nnd J. Bonj. Dhnmicl: Respond for
the Other Big SohoolB James Gard
ner Sanderson Acts ns Toagtmaster.
The Cornell tilunnil of Northeastern
Pennsylvania held their annual ban
quet ut the Jcrtnyn lust night, unci en
tertained iiM tile tuirst of honor, Dr.
Jacob Gould Seliunnim, president of
the university,
Although not ns large In point of at
tendance af some of tin' college bnti
quots, It was not a whit lens enjoyable
than the largest of them, and the pres
ence of tlio dlsllnguMied head of the
iinlvcrrtlty tended to niiiki1 It an affair
memorable In the history of local
alumni gatherings.
The affair took place In the cozy
breakfast room on the second lloor.
fleorge U. Davidson, president of the !
society, was chairman, and .Tiiiiil'
the present year is
lilt. JACOB COCI.n M'lll'UM.VV.
house budget for
FACULTY OF OVKR 300.
In 18S1, Cornell had between three
hundred and four hundred students.
Today It has a faculty of over three
hundred, f'orncll's growth, her hold
on her people, her material resources,
must tnnke. everyone rocomth'.c, raid
the speaker, that she Is firmly estab
lished. In concluding, President Sehtirmnn
said It was the first time he had ve
iled Scrontoii, but he trusted It would
not bo the last.
Prof, ltowlaud, or Wyoming semi
nary, nest gave some InlercatltiK
reinlnlscent'es of the early days of
Cornell.
ItrleT responses were made by Colo
nel Sanderson, Hev. Dr. McLend and
Mr. Dlmmlek, to toasts to their re
spective colleges, nnd the banquet
was brought to a close by nil rising
and singing "Alma Muter."
Following the banquet u business
session of the alumni asoelallon was
held, at which otllrers for the coming
year were elected as follows: Presi
dent, James Uurdner Kanderson, of
Hirnnlon; vice president. Douglas
Hunting, of Wllke.J-Itarre: secretary,
11. L. French, of Wllkes-Hurre; treas
urer, II. Davis, of Wllla-n-Harre;
eyectltlve committee. I''. J. Plait, or
Scriinton; Frank foul, or Plttstoti, and
J. S. Pettebonc, or Wlllies-Harre.
President Schurnian came here di
rect from Ithueii, arriving on the
Lackawanna at :i.;:.) p. m. lie leaves
early this morning for New Yolk to
attend a meeting of the faculty of the
Cornell medical school, which Is lo
cated In the metropolis.
Cfi'ort was made by The Tribune to
have him discuss the report of the
Philippine commission, made public
yesterday, but he declined, for the rea
son that ho Is engaged in the pre
paration of an extended article on this
subject.
"EBEN HOLDEN" COMING.
Original New York Production to Be
Seen Hero Tuesday Night.
Charles Frohman takes pleasure In
nnnouiKlng the production at the Ly
ceum on tho night before Christmas
of "Klien Midden." This play which
Is a dramatization of Irving Haehel
ler's novel, made by Kdward K. How,
comes here dlrcit from Mr, Frohinan's
New Savoy Theatre, Now York, where
it ran to crowded houses for morn than
100 nights,' nnd could have remained
Indefinitely but for existing contracts
which could not he broken. The
adaptation follows so closely the story
of tho book that It almost seems as
If genial old "Uncle Mb." and his mer
ry companions had stepped from Hie
printed page to the footlights.
The original Now York production
and cast will be seen here. K. H. Hol
land, who lint boon called America's
best actor, will portray the title role
which ho erented In New York. In
the cast also will be William Harris,
Karle Uyder, John Frederick Cook, Jay
Wilson, J. M. itradbury, Leo Hiirdman,
Sidney Prior, Plchurd Nesmlth, Louis
Payne. Lttelle Fluven, Kate Dniiln-WII-son.
Kenyan llishup, Annie WUson,
and Marie DorlcHson.
The play has been lavishly mounted,
the scenery being by Frnesl Clros. the
Incidental music by AVIlllnm Furst,
while the prodm tlon Is under the per
sonal stage management of the adap
tor. Kdward K. Hose, "ICben Moldon"
will be at the Lyceum one night only,
Tuesday, December 1M.
MEMBERS STAR COURSE.
Programme of Concert to Bo Given
This Evening in R. R. Y. M .C. A.
The following programme will bo
tendered by the Now York ladles' trio
at the concert to be given In the ltall
road Y. M. (!. A. this evenln:
Vliilln nil), ".e 1'illt T.inilimn" Divld
Mki I. Illl.m llon.l.r.
Sir.inu jijln, "!. Smm Kiv-e"
Mi'lli.1 W.ill. Iiy Auh'l.
Mi-i Kihlli Ihrolinuiin.
Ilo ll.il-
(.i Ti-hriman JlmV Kids" 1'ii'IN
(11 "The lill.it" Illlcy
(c) Our Clirl-lr.us" Vnlt..tl
Mis Asnct .M. T.ivli.r.
Vlullii iulii, "Souviiiii ili' ll.i.viln" I.fotulil
Ml It.n.Irr.
i.itaiin hjId, "Vhu" lfn-il IMiyii
MI-1 llll'.-l-lHll.WIII.
Itiilt.il Si-lffljil
Mist Tiuldr.
Violin fculn, "Siri'n.iilc" Silmlirit ltuinoii;.'!
Miss lliinlcr.
5Hpi.it:n k1i
M!". Iliisi limilii,.
lti-it.'il -
(.0 ".lim'rf Doli'iei'"
(10 "Silly Ann'-. Ilxpi'ilinfc"
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Get Your Holiday Cigars
and Pipes at Garncy Urowu & Co.'s,
Linden street.
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Gnrdner Sanderson, toastmaster. Guests
besides Dr. Sehurman were Hev. .lames
McLtod, D. D., representing Princeton:
Colonel George Sanderson, representing
Harvard: J. Henj. Dlmmick. nprivent
Ing Y'alo. and K. D. Fellows, secretary
of tin; Scrunton school board.
ALUMNI PRESENT.
The alumni present, in addition to
hose mentioned, were: C P. Davidson.
.'. It. Sanderson, George A. Dounce, F. j
'. Piatt, Myron Knsson. R, H. William- , J
ion. George E. Stevenson, of Scranton: 0
i. S. Pettelione, W. P. Davenport, D. I
t". Davis, Harry L. French, Douglas 5
Bunting, of "vVilkes-Harre; Prof. P.. H.
Howlanri, of Wyoming seminary; Dr. )
TI. L. Whitney, of Plymouth: Prank Z
W. Cool, of Plltston; C. A". Amerman,
of Danville.
The dining began at 6.30 o'clock and
lasted nearly two hours. At its con
elusion, Chairman Davidson opened the
siiecchmaklng by welcoming President
Sehurman and reading a letter of re
gret from Hev. Dr. Charles M. Tyler, of
Ithaca, whom the alumni had hoped i xm
would be one of the eursts. "
James Gardner Sanderson, upon be
ing introduced as toastmaster, made
reference to the remarkable growth of
Cornell during tho decade that Presi
dent Sehurmnn has been at its head,
and then Introduced President Schur
liiiin to respond to the loasl "Cornell."
Dr. Schurman's response was In the
nature of a survey of Cornell's growth
and standing. Spiking of the Yale bi
centennial, the two hundred and fiftieth
anniversary of Harvard and the one
hundred nnd fiftieth anniversary of
Princeton, all of which were recent
ceUbrations, he said that one cannot
attend these without being brought to
the realization of tho advantage a uni
versity enjoys by reason of that one
circumstance of age.
"Yale. Harvard and Princeton enjoy
this enormously," he went on to say.
"Cornell Is new. It has to stand on
merit. I am not saying we have more
merit than any other university. That
would be an ungracious thing. What
I would bring out is that Cornell has
not the advantage of the circumstance
of age. This being the case, the pres
ent position of Cornell In the college
world Is something or which Cornelians
can well be proud. Having nothing but
n present, she has taken, according to
tho concensus or public opinion, a ptacu
among the great universities of the
land."
Dr. Schurmnn then gave some inter
esting statistics concerning the univer
sity. GROWTH OF MRMP.F.P.SIIIP.
This year tho Increase in the number
of students ns compared with last year
Is greater than that of Yale, Princeton
and Harvard combined. Cornell now
nas s.s o studen a rr X'i more ban were I
enrolled at this time last year.
Half of the.so students come from tin
state of N'ew York, Tim other hal
represent overy state in the Pnlte
States, except Nevada, Idaho and Sout
Dakota. Pennsylvania contributes
more than two hundred. Illinois, New
.Ters' y and Ohio havo each more than
one hundred representatives In tho stu
dent body. Canada, Mexico, oiibn,
Porto lllco. Hrnzll, Peru, Argentine He.
public, Kiutland, Switzerland, Russia,
Austria, Turkey, Australasia. China,
Japan, Corea, all send students to Cor
nell. An oven 1,000 students nro In tho de
partments of arts and sciences nnd
about a thousand Is hi tho engineering
department. The other soo am divided
among the various other departments,
law, medicine, agriculture, veterinary,
architecture' and the like.
tleferrlug to tho criticism of Cornell,
Fometlmes Indulged In, that it s mm.
tarlan and materialistic, President
Sehurman declared:
"Wherever human knowledge, organ
lzed aa It Is In science, can accomplish
soma good result tho new application
of n force, the making of two blades of
grass to grow where one grow before
or the' like-there is tho mission of
Cornell university."
Cornell has been very fortunate, he
raid, in tho matter of endowments
and gifts. The recent munlilcent do
nation of n medlcul school by Colonel
Payne, of New York, was referred to
ns' an Instancu of tho latter. Tho on.
tl'.a property of Cornell. Dr. Sehurman
fuld.. is valued at $11,000,000. It 1ms
Interest bearing endowments amount
Jfff to $7,000,000. The fees of rtudents
(mount to 1200,000, although It Is re
mit red that COO students of tho state of
Nmv "Vork be educated free. The ex-
D. Crane
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GLOAKS,
UITS,
KIRTS
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Our line is of too
great an assortment to
enumerate, but prospec
tive Buyers will be fully
repaid by looking us
over.
JON A3 LONGS SON'S,
JONAS LONG'S SONS, JONAS LONG'S SONS, JONAS LONG'S SONS.
With such Great Christmas Offerings ns These We Will Hake the Whole City
Happy Today at Our Great
Friday Hourly Sales
FIVF GFARnQife0- iiiA,!Ltemo?1n.' wJeP itJsuils yu best or when the Sods you de are offered you.
rnrf?pr.S g'v'ns. Read the list through
and see whether it is not wisdom and economy to take advantage of every one of them.
MORNING SALES.
Sale No. I Begins Promptly at 10 O'clock.
Tou'eliiicr desirable
SALE OF CUPS, SAU
C E R S AND D1XNER
J'LATES Here is an ex
cellent opporlnnitv to supply
yourself with fine Ttibfe
Ware or buy il to give for
presents. ft is Shanghai
blue decorated ware. All of
the pieces are full large sizes
and very durable. At this
lime try a Clip and
Saucer or a plate for I jC
SALE OI- TOWELING
This is strined Cotton
te lor kite hen uses. m nwnnr .
value is lie a yard. For this hour only, price a' yard jtC
SALE OF F LE ORAXGES All the world loves a good
sweet orange, and especially on Christinas. So we make this
ottering today in our Grocery Store that vutt tnav lav in a sup
ply. They are Navel Oranges, direct from 'California.
Regularly sold lor :!Hc a dozen. Price a dozen, dur
ing tin's hour sQc
Xtrm
SALE OF DATES This is another hoi) to those who are
preparing lor Christinas. These we offer as fresh. .!
new Dates of very fine quality. Price a pound Q2C
MIXED NUTS The best hind, to be sure, or thev
wouldn't be here. Regular price is l.'lc a pound. At . 1 '
this hour try them for, a pound 1 ()2C
SALE OF RIP.JIOXS An opportinitv not to be missed.
These Ribbons are all Silk Taffetas. :s l-i! and 4 inches wide.
Come in all the new shades. Reirular value ITk- a v.nnl
t For this hour they go at, yard . Qq
SALE OF TORCHON LACE Fine Torchon Lace and
insertion to match. Widths from 1 to 1 inches, with a 3
splendid value. Vill sell for one hour, at per yard. . 2,C
Sale No. 2 Begins promptly at 1 1 O'clock.
SALE OF PERFUMES
Choose from hundreds of
fancy boxes of Perfume at
this time for much less than
worth. All odors are in the
assortment. E a eh bottle
is in a single box.
Price 19C
SALE OF LADIES'
WRAPPERS ON SEC
OND FLOOR This otter
ing gives you an opportunity
to choose a sensible as well
as a handsome gift for little
outlay of money. The Wrappers offered arc our regular $1.2."i
and ij51.fi0 Percale and Flannelette Wrappers. They are very
nicelv made and trimmed; all stvles. Price,
each' ' 97C
SALE OF OUTING FLANNELS IVIOII yards of brand
new Outings are in this bargain. The assortment comprises
stripes, checks and plaids in all the wanted colors. 1
Regular worth Sc vd. At this hour trv them for, a vanl 52C
SALE OF SIIOOFLV HORSES IX THE TOY STORE
Mity the boy a Shoofly Horse if you want to keep him inter
ested. These are fine looking and finely decorated horses we.
offer at this time, and they will be sold quickly for this .
price. Each 45C
SALE OF VIENNA CRYSTAL WRITING PAPER
Come in cream, light blue and grey. Also the Luxembourg
Writing Paper, comes in cream tint, 21 sheets and 24. Envel-
lii
the latest St. James sizes. One hour, per
opes
box
SALE Oh UMBRELLAS A Ladv's 2(i-inch Silk
Umbrella; natural wood handles; the Princess style;
good, strong frame. A vcrv useful present. Atthishottr
SALE OF DOLLS A handsomely dressed Doll kid
body or full jointed Doll: extra large size. Regular
value (iJIc. Trv them for this hour at, each 1 C
19c
Corola
89c
AFTERNOON SALES.
Sale No. 1
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$1.19
59c
37c
45c
23c
35c
33c
75c
324 Lackawanna Ave.
TAKE ELEVATOR.
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GREAT SALE IN THE L'.ASEM EXT Hundreds of people would appreciate any of these
articles we offer today for Christmas gifts: and it's hardly necessary to descant upon their practi
cability. The main point is to b c here when the sale begins if you want your share of them.
I ins tells about them:
NIC LE PLATED LAMPS Central Draft Burner. Sale price, each
I'M NIC VASES Ilandsoniclv mounted in bronze. They stand twelve inches high.
Wonderfully cheap for '.
STEINS These are Flemish stone ware, with metal tops. Each stein will hold half
a pint : nice for practical use or ornamentation. Try them this hour for, each
CRACKER JARS These are cut glass patterns, with silver-plated tops. At this
oiir trv them for nearlv half worth. Price
14-QUART RETINNED DISH PAX'S, worth regularly a half more. Sale Price.
JARD1XERES Solid glaze colorings and full eight inch size. Real worth is 7"c
each. Sale price .
BOHEMIAN GLASS VASES These stand 14 and 15 inches high. Three-styles of
decorations to choose from. Kemtlar worth is 7 He each. At this hour buv them for..
I AKLOR ROCKERS Go to the Third Floor todav 1 v all means and net one or more of these handsome Rockers.
i hey are oak and mahogany finish, with velottr upholstered' s-ats with brass nail trimming. Real value $2.50. , t 0
Sale price, each $ .9
BOYS' EXPRESS WAGONS Toy Land in the Basement fairly abounds with excellent offerings for today. These
agons are good size, have iron axles and iron tires on wheels. A regular $1.25 wagon jn everv respect. For this 0
hour they go for. each .' ." o9C
DRESSED DOLLS Near the sale of Wagons these prettv Dolls will be sold. Thev have jointed bodies, line
faces and curly hair. Try them at this hour today for, price, each' '.
SALE OF LADIES' PETTICOATS Hundreds of people have wished we would give an
other sale of these handsome bhick Mercerized Sateen Petticoats. The main point about their
popularity is the excellent quality i f material used in their making and the excellent workmanship
on them. There is a line big lot of them here for this week's sale, and if those who have failed to
get hold of them at the other two sales will be here promptly at .' o'clock, we are quite
sure you will succeed in being su;-pliid. They go on sale on Second Floor. Price, each vUC
SALIC OF CANDY A choice assortment rf Mixed Candv for one hour, per pound. ... 8s
SALE OF SUPPERS AXD JERSEY CLOTH LEGGINGS The Slippers offered in this
sale are for men and women. The "men's have solid leather soles and imitation alligator tops;
opera style. The women's are Crochet Slippers with lamb's wool soles; all popular shades to
choose from. The Leggings are all wool Jersey Cloth with buttons on side; they reachabovc the
knee. Sizes for children 2 to It) years of age. ' The regular value of these goods in this ,,
offerin" is SI ,110 to $1.25 a pair. At this hour take your choice of any for, a pair OOC
BOYS' UNDERWEAR These are the popular fleece lined; Shirts and Drawers. -
All sizes. 2 1- to , Sale price a garment ZilC
TABLE. AXD SIDE-BOARD COVERS These are fancy Crochet Covers, excellent de
signs and very desirable. The Tr.ble Covers are sizes :'0 by i!0 inches. The Side-Board .
Covers are Hi bv 70 in. Their rea worth is 25e each. At this hour choose for, each. ... 1 4C
BOYS' CORDUROY KNEE PANTS These are dark
cclors; have best waist-bands and taped seams; sizes 4 to 15
ye?rs. At this hour buy them on Second Floor for,
a pair "C
LADIES' SKIRTS These are fine Melton. Serge and
S-.ripcd Tweed Skirts, with twelve and eighteen rowsof stitch
ing around the bottom some have satin baud trimmings. All
lengths are in the assortment. Their regular price is S.".!)S
to SI. OS each. At this hour, on Second Floor, A.
pA.va
Sale No. 2
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Begins Promptly at
3 O'clock
a.-UJi Ul- DRESS GOODS-It is certainly advisable to
select serviceable things for gifts. What's nicer than a new
dress? A great selection in this offering J2-inch wide Satin
Btirbons, colors; 42-inch wide Figured Pieroles: M-inch wide
Woolen Cashmeres, all the most desirable shades; ;!')-inch
wide heavy Tweed, plain and striped effects all are regu
larly worth :t!lc a yard, but for this hour buy them for,
a yard 23C
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Christmas Time Is Here
t Tlii'ro 18 an old ruylm; "Anticipation UeutH Moid I'U'iimiro Tliau
UivUlzutlmi." if this bo true, thun Clirlstiiias time Is here. Tin- day for
x iilumiliuf for RlttH. ami for ImyliiK not u day too early for tliu latnir, If
4- yon would avoid tliu rush, tliu puHh nnd tho worry. Don't put off no-
- lfi'tliiK your fjIftH 80 that you arc worn out ami cross whou thu Jovoiih
- day conies. A Unlit heart In tho best of Christmas cheer, you will find
selecting' easy worl; ut Kogci'H' store,
I DIAMONDS
you could Imy could ho moro acceptable to thu uvcniKo man
Wi luivo secured for our holiday trade u beautiful tissort-
...$ir,.oo up
,,., 15.00 up
. Ti.OU up
,.. in.no up
ti.CO lip
NothhiK
or woman, vo nnvu secured lor our holiday
ineni oi Kenume stones, in rich fold settliiKS
Brooches, very latest design ,,
l.ockets, exclusive patterns,,, ,, ,.,,
Ladles HIuki
(ientlemcn's Itliws , ,,,. ,
.Scarf Pins, beautiful settings
i uii notions, new designs,
Sillo No. 3
siPSttrJSSs
45c
Studs, brilliantly cut stones ,,,...,,., ,..,,., 5.00 up
See Our Window Display,
A. E. ROGERS,
Open Evening,
THAHIKU
213 Lncktwanna Ave,
M'.UIl'S WITH ..!. I'UUCIIASES.
QUEEN'
price eacli
SALIC ()!' PICTL'RFS On Third Floor. Choose Pictures for gifts any time anil you'll not
go amiss. These in today's sale are fac-similes of high-priced water colors and colored photos.
mey are in line gill trames, sizes S by IS and 1(1 by 12 inches, with white and gilt mats.
Choose from hundreds of subjects for, each .'
WO.UKX'S WUOLFX HOSF These are extraordinary good Quarter Dollar Hose, but
you shan't pav that much for them here today. They come in natural and Oxford grey
mixtures. Price, pair '. '. 1 "C
SALIC OF BOYS' CAPS On Second Floor. Here is a great opportunity to buy a cap
for l he boy's Christmas pr nnt, In today's sale, such styles as Golf, Yacht and Plush Polo Caps
are offered, lCvory cap here has an extra band to pull down over the ears on cold days.
Choose any at this hour for ', , XlC
SALIC OF S'LKOLLN'IC COM FORTS Simple, sensible and good-looking article will
make a grand Chrirdmas present. .'o argument is necessary for their necessity, Those in to
day sr.le are lancy on one side and plain on the other. I he idling is clean and pure
white cotton. Usual price is Sl.2."i, Today buy them for. . , . , ,
SALIC OF BICD SPUICAPS The fact that every housewife prides herself on having elegant Spreads for her beds,
prompts us to make this Christinas offering for her benefit today. They are line Marseilles pattern, extra large
size and are with and without fringe. Real worth, $1.50 each. ' Sale price $ 1 . 1 5
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