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THE SCRANTON TKIBUNE-MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1902.
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THE SURMISES OF SADIE PLAIT
r-EinuT mft," Willi Vim Aiinim
r "Lord Maurice l'rycc niul Mr.
1 Dudley Itenslinw." The men
bowed simultaneously, mid Mian Sudlo
1'latt looked up. 'Her brain was rapid of
notion. She glanced from ono man to the
other, fixing upon her liniiRlnutlon the
face nnd form of ench the one short of
Blntitre, randy linlreil, insignificant; the
other tull, well Unit nnd keen eyed, nnd
swiftly, hh she did nil thliiRB, alio limdo
np her mind. She raised her head quite
two Inches and smiled. Her teeth wore
hrlllhVht and her eyes of that hazel
which catcheH and holds the light.
Hoth men were swiftly conscious of her
charm, but Instinctively moved for
ward, She looked again at the two
faces reatllni? the words behind the
lips of each; then she, In her turn,
moved, laying her hand quite naturally
upon the tnll man's arm.
"1 don't want to dance n bit," she
paid, "nnd 1 rather want to fvc the
palms. "Will you ho guide?"
What the tall man said neither he
nor she ever wanted to remember.
There nre some seconds, like some
hours, that blot away mere words. In
n dreamy way she saw the sanily
halred person drift Into the lino of men,
nnd the line Itself dissolve dejectedly
Into the whirl of the room. She was
conscious that the bright, Intelligent
eyes of her partner were watching her
closely, and that she was nlono with
him In that curious and exhilarating
solitude that belongs so markedly to a
They threaded the ballioomin silence.
'At the door ho spoke.-
"Are you always as summary an
that?" he asked. "That poor little beg
gar with the sandy hair"
She interrupted him with a puille.
"But lie was one of so many," she ob
jected. "And people of title don't feel
those little things their self-satisfaction
is too thick."
"Oh," he said, '"Indeed!" Then he
looked away. Presently he smiled, but
not finite as she had done. "I'd like to
hear your views," lie said; "I fancy
they are rather quaint."
"It's my first time in Europe," she
said, "and I'm not certain that I like
being called quaint it has u musty
They both laughed as they crossed
the hall, and a delightful thrill of nov
elty raced through the man. lie felt
that the staleness of life was after all
,a myth. There were waters still uu
fathomed if one knew where to look.
The atmosphere of the palm house
.. w.is very green, the greenness of for
ests and pools and moss. He drew her
toward a low divan.
"No, musty Is certainly the very
furthest word," he said thoughtfully.
"A stream at its starting, perhaps, or
an ash tree in first leaf." He was in
no way poetic, but the personality of
the girl, her buoyancy and Utheness
woke in him something new.
She sat down and arranged her
skirts. The slim point of her American
shoo started a further run of thoughts.
"What on earth have I done." ho
said suddenly, "to deserve iny luck'.'"
Her head was bent. She glanced up
at him, and there was a glow of daring
and of expectation in her -face.
"I wonder," she said slowly, "wheth
er you are just as straight and stead
fast as you look. I wonder " Kho
studied him attentively. "After all,"
she said, "nothing is worth while unless
"Anything of yours would be more
interesting than well, than ninny
"It began with my cousin with Enda
Van Adam." She paused. "Edna al
ways says that I must marry a title
for everybody's sake. Usually I just
let Edna run along. But yesterday she
told me that she'd found the man.
"Who do you think it was?"
He shook his head.
She fanned herself slowly. "Lord
Ham Ice Pryce," she said, and she
laughed a very low, amusing little
Ho moved with a jerk, but she laid
her hand upon his sleeve.
"Now you've made me lose my
place," .she said. "And I don't believe
you see the joko a little bit."
"Well, I" He leaned back. "Per
haps the joko hasn't come for me,"
"Oh, ran't you see? Chance fixed it
up In such a perfectly delicious way. I
can picture it in my mind. Elllle in
troducing you both. Edna watching us
ncioss the room. I taking just a min
ute to decide, then coming right away
with you." Her color jose at the re
collection. Ho looked at her attentively. "And
why was it me?" lie said. He despised
himself for the expectancy that ran
through his words.
"Why!" Her eyes were entirely
frank. "Why everybody in the Uni
ted States has read your book. My
mind quite jumped whon I heard your
He suddenly felt the air of the palm
house growing close, "My name'.'" he
said. He was uncertain how ills voice
"Why, yes. I have cried nights over
'Beaten Tracks.' I know the name of
Dudley Uenshaw better than I know
my own," She looked at him with can
did hero-worship In her eyes.
Ho rose abruptly, walked n dozen
steps, then wheeled about. His ex
pression was a mingling of amusement,
vexation nnd something else. He
stopped in front of her, ills hands
clasped behind his back,
"MIsh Piatt," he said, "where did you
learn to deduce? How did your selec
tion come about?"
"Vou mean how did I know that you
were you? Oh, that was the simplest
thing, I only needed onu tiny glance.
"Why, nil the cleverness of 'Beaten
Tracks' is just showing In your face.
And there's nothing so fine as intellect
on the earth,"
Ho inndo n quick attempt to speak,
but us quickly another inclination
crossed hifl eyes. He dropped back
Into his' piaco on tlio divnn. ".Miss
Plutt," ho said, "suppose this nonen
tity this Pryce were to really tell
you that ho cared for you, Suppose
that ho wero to say all that your cousin
would suggest, and say it within half
an hour of mectlngr you, what would
A PrJnfer Greatly Surprised.
"I was never so much surprised in
my life, ay 1 was with the results of
using Chamberlain's Pain Balm," soya
Henry T, Ciook, pressman of the Ashe
vle, (N, c.) Gazette, "I contracted; a
Bvero cuse of rheumatism early last
winter by setting my feet wet. I tried
several things for it without benefit.
Orjo day while looking over the Gazette
I noticed thut Pain Balm wus positively
guiiranteed to cure rheumatism, so
bought u bottle of it and before using
twothirds of it my rheumatism had
taken its Hight and I huvo not had a
rheuipntlo pain lnee." Sold by all
"That he was a fool," was her prompt
He drew back. "Yet Pntit Knlnloy in
'Beaton Tracks' tnnkes love to the hero
lno In n railway carriage before they've
beeii Introduced," Ills, voice was very
quiet, hut there was a humorous
twitch about his mouth,
"Oh, that wns different," she said.
"That waH a hook."
"Some people sny that an author
puts much of himself Into his work,
is that n libel, do you think?"
"I'loase, Mr. Itenshaw," she sa.ld,
"don't. You're jnst probing for my
lack of brain."
"Hon ven forbid 1" He drew nearer
and touched her hand. "Miss Piatt,
you come from a more rapid land thnn
ours, Perhaps you bring some of the
rapidity with you. like the scent upon
your clothes. I don't know, but you
make mo feel that I have no time to
loe. You are the most charming girl
In the world, and I think somehow I
Find two other boys and their mother.
Solutions for Last "Week's PuzzIcb:
Monday, r.ii(.li ii
Caitridgc box. lijllot box
Jul bow Band box.
'luc.sday, Maich 4 Five pigs aio in bight. The
left jaw- of the laige pig forms one pig. Then
hold the plctuto upside down and nnotiier pig
is found U the left of the largo pig.
Wedncdiy, March li The lilile sill's aims
foim Mmple Simon and Jack' light leg forms
think that already you like me just a
bit. Am I wrong?"
"You're different from any man I've
over met," was all she said, but she
did not withdraw her hand.
It was three minutes later, In re
sponse to the rustling of a skirt, that
their fingers fell apart. A moment
later Mrs. Van Adorn strolled slowly
past on the arm of the little sandy
"Sadie, you bad girl," she said, paus
ing as slip passed, "Mr. Itenshaw tells
ine that you've treated him abomin
ably; that you have't even given him
a smile, though he waited sixteen min
utes to be Introduced."
Sadie glanced at the man beside her,
at Mrs. Van Adam, at the sandy-haired
individual; and her ptlde became sud
denly like flat champagne. She
opened and shut her fan twice; then
very slowly she looked up. "I'm sorry,"
she suld, with one of her bewildering
smiles; "but I wanted to see the
palms, and Lord Maurice is something
of a botanist. Anyway, we've been
studying the tree of knowledge for
quite half an hour." Her eyes were
serene, and there was not a tremor in
her voice. One at least of the four felt
his pulses leap in admiiation of her
Mrs. Aran Adam laughed. "Blllle
will be looking- for me," she said. "Mr.
Itenshaw, shall wo leave these people
to botanize some?"
Itenshaw bowed, and they passed on.
For five minutes there was a silence
that could be felt. Then Pryce arose.
' "Shall I go?" lie asked.
Sadie rose as well. "Yes," she said
uncertainly; "at least no." Then she
suddenly looked up into his face. "To
think that the man who wrote 'Beaten
Tracks' Is short and stumpy and lias
"And the other people?" he hazard
ed. "The people w.ho have titles and
For the first time her bright eyes
"I'll neer make theories any more,"
sho said. "Theories dre horrid things."
"Till they are revised."
But there are some things that need
not be written because they are not
said In words. Free Lance,
Special lo the feiiuton Tribune.
Towanda, March 9. The Lafayette
College Glco club will give an enter
tainment hero on the evening of March
ThU county pays ?i,6i9.i7 for prison,
era In tho penitentiary and reforma
tory, During the year Just closed,
thirty-four prisoners from this county
were sent to tho Eastern penitentiary
at Philadelphia; tho Huntingdon re
formatory has fourteen youths; tho
House of Itefuge, seven boys and two
Mrs. a. C. Besley, of Troy, had her
face badly burned by tho explosion of
powder, which was In a package of
paper that she put In a stove.
Johnson & Son's furniture factory
at Leltaysvlllo wus completely de
ntrpyed by lire on Thursday evening,
entailing a loss of several thousand
dollars, with no insurance. The mill
gave employment to a Jarge number,
It being where tho famous croklnolo
game boards were made.
The new council, sworn In Inst week,
have chosen the following board for
tho ensuing year; Treasurer, W, H,
Dodge; chief of police, M, E. Miller;
night officers, j, w. Allen and W, II,
Benedict; street commissioner, Charles
Butty. The salary paid the secretary
la ?30 a month; chief, of police, 50j
nlslit officers, $15, and street commis
sioner, ?I5 a month.
The Thomas Paint company's fac
tory nt Waverly litis been destroyed
by lire, at a Joss or $20,000; insurance,
During tho ite flood, an experience
will be remembered by Bruce Dodge,
Stanton Blgler and Morris Dodge, of
Wyultislng. They were rioatlng down
thq river In a bodt to Sugar Run, nnd
when they reached the river bridge
they were nearly taken from their boat
by the Iron girders. The water at this
point was very nwlft. Before they had
a chance to again sot up from bowing
over, the bont strucli a largo tree,
just below, which capsized their boat
and broke It, throwing the young
men into tin- Icy water. The Dodge
boys climbed Into the tree, hut their
coiupnnlon mot with a moro exciting
experience, and, utter some trouble,
gained a hold on n limb. With the aid
of help, who came to their rescue, the
two wero rescued safely by topes.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wtttts Maklnson died
nt her homo in Townndn on Friday,
itger 70 years, after an illness of about
five years. Her entire life wns spent
here, Throe daughters and ono son
survive her. Funeral will bo held to
day. i m '
Special In llic Scrsnton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, March 9. Miss Mary
Thursday, Maich tl J . Beaver 1'alK
ter. ::. Kile. I. Tte.ulin.
l-'liday, Maich 7 One shier is ju-t above the
doorstep, between two chlldu-n. Hold plctmc
sidouiijs and the other sister is formed by the
bodies of the two Ingcr boy. Next Ii-ilil picture
upside down and find the fitlier at the base, of
the laisc tree.
Patmday, Maich i) "Judge not a book by its
Collins, of Lovelton, who has been the
guest of Miss Nellie Boyce, on Pine
street, returned home on Friday.
The Monday club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Elizabeth Heed, on Bridge
street, tills afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Damon A. Kunpnenberg, of Lake
Carey, visited friends in town on Sat
urday. Ex-Sheriff George L. Kennurd, of
Meshoppen, was a caller In town on
li. A. Mack, who formerly conducted
a bobbin factory at this place, is now
engaged in the same business at Allen
town. Iteporls from his business at
that place are to the effect that the
factory is so rushed witli orders that it
will be necessary to work night and
day for some time to come, in order to
keep up the demand for his bobbins.
An order for !!00,000 fibres were re
ceived one day lecently, and a ship
ment of 100,000 to the state of Maine
Charles Belter, of Wllkes-Barre, was
doing business In tow n on Saturday.
The sham lawsuit in the nature of a
breach of promise case, given at the
court house on Friday evening, drew a
large attendance and the house was
packed. All the parts were very well
played for amateurs, but the acting of
Mrs. W. D. Sampson, as tho fair plain
tiff in tile litigation, is well deserving
of hearty commendation. The enter
tainment was a decided success. It was
given for the benefit of the Presby
terian church society.
Trial list for April term of common
pleas, commencing April 21, 1802:
133 June term, 1S98: B. J. Hewitt vs.
James E. Fretir, executor; Interpleader.
110 January term, 1901: Mrs. Lyman
Chase vs. Eva B. Crofut; interpleader.
33 January term, 1S90: Judson Lutes
vs. H, a. Deltz: trespass.
102 January term, 1S93: Smith Tewkes
bury vs, Horace Buger; appeal.
234 August term, 1S9; William Paden
vs. Lehigh Valley Railroad company;
100 Juno term, 1S99: Frank E. Engle
man vs. Whlldln Foster: assumDslt.
123 June term, 1S99: William B.
Swisher vs. C. A. Spencer nnd R. II.
122 April term, 1901: W, P. Smith vs.
II. G, Deitz; ejectment.
lit Juno term, 1901; John Ludt vs.
Lehigh Valley Railroad company; tres
pass, 10 October term, 1901; D, H, Dorn
slfe, administrator, vs. John F. Sickler;
137 January term, 1902; McCormlck
Hnrvcstlng Machine Company vs,
George Piudy; assumpsit.
100 Juno term, 1900: George Brungess
vs. Spruks & "Walker; trespass.
HI January term, 1901; S. L. Tiffany
vs. Nicholson Borough; trespass,
20G January term, 1902; William
Smith vs. Judson Valentine; appeal.
210 Junimry term, 1902; Frunces, Gro
gesky vs. Edgar Ross et nl.; trespass,
Spctlul to (he Scranton 'tribune.
Hoiifidjle, .March tl.0u Thursday evenln(f lad,
Maich 0, the members of the desiee team of
l.iuietla, Hcbekali lodje, Independent Older o
Odd IMlowd, of C'arbondale, tilted llunpwl.de
lodtte and, in llieir usual plesslne; manner, pil.
tlated four new membeis into Violet Hcbekali
louge, ,o. iiu. (i, w. Hushes, of Carliomlale,
Is the captain of (hU dtgico team and be bi
thoioufjhly understands the, work, am) the team
U dillled no perfectly that they are able to do
llieir woik in a moat thaimlng: ua well :u mtiv
factory manner. Thcic U probably no degree
team wlikli doe thq work a perftctl) a thU
for width Mr, Ilughe leitainly disenej much
praUe and credit. After the Inltlatbn uu.ekih.
oralo supper was ncd, to wliltli all present did
ample justice, A social time was enjoyed by ull
piesent, The out-of-town quests were; Mr, and
Mra. 0, W. )luhcs, Mr. and Mia. tlaiber, Mr.
and Mm. lfrjnz, .Mr,, and Mm. Welle, Mr, and
Mm. Weir, Mcbdanifjj Lumel, William, Tonkin,
S. N, llajley, Stlhjon, ItobciW, J)iv, Jonc, Car
ter, Mki JtoberU, SIm, lfudd, Mrs. PIIU, Mrs.
I'llce, J, Singer, J. Oppenhelmcr and Harry bill
ton, all of C'arbondale; (1. (1, WHinarth, of ,p
denvllie, and I'loyd Watson, from Whlto MIIU.
Muiu W04 furnished by Btalf OrganUt Mr. Weir.
Supper wa under tho upentlon of Mrs. W. II.
Vartoe aud was a tuuus in every m-mc of the
word, as ji thv entire culling-.
IiYCI'.t'Jt llrockwny Course entertainment,
George lllddtr, reader. Night.
ACAIWMY 01' MUSIO-Cheter lie Vonde rom.
STA11 Twentieth Cintury MahK Afternoon
Closing Number of Brockwny Course.
We clip (he following: from nn extended notice
of flcorgo ltlddle's appearance in Uoston ).,st
season In conjunction with the lloilo t-jmphony
oielictra It I from the pen of the noted critic,
William P. Aptliorp nnd wn pulilMicil In the
fioslon Traiikcrlpt. Mr. Illddlc will ghc the dol
ing i.ur.btr of the llrockway at the Lyceum to
night: "Not only baa his talent ripened well, but be
liar made nn enormout ndutiio In the technics
of Ills art, which ho now pmhes fairly to the
pitch of lrluolty. To hear bhikcpciie's play
so read, and .Mcndeliolm' iniitlc fo plajcd is
about as delightful n Ileal an can well be Im
agined. The public evidently expected great
thing, for the halt wa.i crowded; and we inUUkc
much It the lilglictt expectation? wci'o not leal
hcd." " - V
It N rather an Interesting fact that in the mat
ter of piny pinduclng theie uif olten t;i cater dif
ficulties in mounting and costuming a play of
modem life than one in which the action tnkca
place In ancient time., lu Ida pimluetiou of
"Hon .John (lilgsbx," this reason, 1'runk Kcen.in
cxpciicnced and mcicame thin dlflluilty, Tho
6ccncs of the piny aic laid in Illinois, In 134. The
f.i,hion in ilrcM of that time and :ilaec arc, of
cotirfe, vaguely reincnibeird by many old persons,
but Mr. K'cenaii found it almost impn'-lble to ','ct
fiom any one source, the accurate infoimation he
A Ion,' nnd pilient search through collection!
of old print", however, w.n lewarded by tho nn
earthing of pictured that sened admliably 3
models for tho die-u uml nmke-up of every char
acter in the play. It h doubtful If tho peilod
was cccr before eo accurately pictured on the
stage as it is In Mr. Median's producilon of "lion.
John ftrlgsby." Mr. Kceiian cornel to the Ly
ceum tomorrow night.
Innes and His Band.
The coming cmragcincnt here of limes and his
band piomhes to bo ono of the notable society
functions of the piesent wltcr. The Sahara sale
for this fc'lhal will open at tho Lyceum this
morning- at i o'clock.
Among the dktlnauMicd artists to be heard
in the association with Innes' lcmaikable bind,
are Ilorgtii, the famous Italian "Carmen," who
have been brought from Italy especially for this
tour; Albert!, Zernl, and Trances Uojdeu, n jounj;
American girl who comes frch fiom a scries
of artistic: triumphs in London.
The following ladles will act as a boaul of pa
tioncfscs for the fotlral: Mis. T. 11. Walkius,
Mra. li. L. fuller, Mi. W. V. Hall-stead, Mrs. l
1). Simpson. Mis. 11. M. Holes, Mis. William t'on
nell. Mis. W. W. Scranton. Mt- t.'eorgc 11. Jcr
nijii. fho conceit will be iriccn at the Ly
ceum Wednesday night.
Sale for "Florodora."
'tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock the advance sile
of seats for "riorodou" will begin. The engage
ment ii for two nights, March 13 and II. The bo
office window- will be opened at 0 o'clock slurp
and it wilt be "Hist come, first sened" sliictly
lo the letter. Xo teats will be laid aside without
the caMi or a postofflcc money order for the full
amoiit of the Keats accompanying the older and
these will be filled only after tho line at tne
box; oificc window baa been taken caic of.
Not more than six seal-, will lie sold to enc
puicliascr. 'Ibis is neccsaiy to piotect the leg
ular pationage of the theater and to pre. cut the
choice seats fiom falling into the hinds of speculators-.
The company to appear hcic in "l'loio
dora" is the big one of 300 pUi.vcra'rpeci.illy or
ganised to pliy (he laige cities or America, car
lies its own ouhestia of twcnlj-two nololsts fiom
the famous Casino in New- Yoik and travels in
its own special train of Pullman coachej.
Chester De Vonde Company.
CV'tei lie Vonde and an excellent company
which begin an engagement at the Academy of
Miiiie tonight, matincs daily except today. To
night will be produce! the "Woild's fireit Mjs
teiy," a dashing exciting romance lh.it never
fags; is brilliant fiom beginning to end. A wo
man's good name and honor dcinaii led at the
point of the Mvord.
This new and lomantic plav purchised at a
guat cot. The costuming of this play a special
featme. Mr. lie Vonde has never been seen to
belter advantage than he is in this productian.
Twentieth. Century Maids.
That fanciful thing called in-nh.ition, aided
by cieatlvc ability, artistic taste and ingenuity,
richness of costume., lu.xniiaiico of m encry, ,uid
that Indispensable ncce-sltj giib clnrniin? and
chic, and vcmarkible for vou'.h, beauty and well
nigh perfect voices. 'Jhc.-e arc the salient
points to which can be attiihuted the pic-cmi-nent
success achieved by Harry Mori is' Twen
tieth Century Maid, which open a thice day.,'
engagement at the Star theater toda.v.
In addition to tlicic elrmenls h couduelic to
pleasuie, the genial manigcr's unerring Judg
ment as to the anui-emcnl public's wants, and
Ids ability as a producer of bright and novel
ideas in hiulcsquc enable biin lint only to keep
abreast with the tunes but tar In advauie. Mat
inee every day.
Sixty-four stock companies thioughoiit the
country propose to keep going through the vvaim
Chailes I.enaul I'letcher, a monologlst, has quit
tho vaudeville stage unci opened a school of act
ing in Kan-as City.
IMgar Seldou is writing an original play called
"The liisli l'avvnbiokera" for ' the American
Mars. Male Trumbull will be the leading lady.
A thtater in Jackson, Mis,,, has been givvn
n title by popular xote. Tlio honor fell to Julia
Mailowe, aud heieafler It will he known by her
Louis (', Ilehnian, of the theatileal llrm of
11 do & Ilehnian, died In lliookl.vn la't week.
He left a fortune of ?l,500,000 made in the tlia
Claia Dloodgood sajs that she will not net
again until December, when sho Is to lino un
Important pait In a new comedy wilttcn by
CIvdo I itclt for Ihailcs riohman.
Ticket speculation in New Yoik lias received a
haul blow. , Luat week the com t ihne decided
that the thealeu burl a right to ri'fu-o to accept
ttikeU on the sidewalks, 'the case has been
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Washington avenue, $'!.!, :15, 11), fit), ("5.
Adnnvs nvenue, i22, 23, CO, M, CO, 03.
Jederson nvenue, t40.
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Webler avenue, i2'l.
Presentt avenue, lear, $7.00.
Harrison avenue, ?IS, 20.
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llldgc llow, $1S.
fpruce direct, ?20.
1,'llden ttrcct, $13, 20, 23.
Mulberry tticet, $19, 27, 2S, SO, 33, SO. '
Vine slieet, ?2.S.
tllbson otrcet, $-',0.
Myrtle street, t23, .10.
(Irren Itldge sticet. V- 23.
Delaware slieet, .1i3.CO,
Capoiiso avenue. Sin, !3.
risk nvenue, $S0.
Sandeison avenue, $J3.
South Main. $13, $21.
WuMibuin street, if2J,
North (fardcld avenue, $C, tf
I'riic street, ?I0.
Cedar avenue, S.23.
South Irving, 20.
McKeniui court, $13.
Lee court, ?H.00.
Dive court, $12. '
Central City, $0 upward.
Lirge and small barns.
Lift upon personal application.
List upon application In person.
Make peisonal application.
Eenl Estate Exchange, Price Build
ing, 120-128 Washington nve.
TOIt HUNT A licenced hotel with 27 bed rooms;
all modem iuipiovemeuts, Hood bar. llcut
and license 1-120 per month. Apply to J. it,
Dall.ty, 120 Franklin nvenue.
rOH HUNT A beautifully finished homo of
twelve rooms, all modem lOiivcnlenccs, in
North Park; line location. Apply 102$ Lkcliiu
avenue, Xorlli l'.uk, '
rOlt HUNT Pleasant, dcsiiable furnished home
to very small family. Pait of second floor
reseivcd. 711 (Julncy avenue.
l'Ott Itn.VT 021 (fieen Midge sticct, eight-room
model 11 house, steam beat.
rOH ti:.N"T Ten 100m bou-e. !X)9 Mulbeirv
street; all modern impiovenients. Inquire of
D. Moses, 211 Wyomlnp: avenue. Jf
l'OIl HLN'T Prom April 1, store room occupied
by (bibin Diamond Co.. 22 Lackawanna nve
nue; also floor above. Apply 1531 Sanderson ave
POM ItLXT Sloie room on second floor over .119
Lackawanna avenue. Plate glass front. In
nuiio ot Krotosky Bros.
For Rent Unfurnished Eooms.
lOlt TtLXT April 1, thice unfurnished 1001m,
steam heat and all model 11 inipioveinenls at
717 Olive slieet.
TO LKT Two fiont 1001113, steam heat, lue of
bath. 12'1 Lackawanna avenue.
l'Olt ItLXT l'ive or six: looms, bath room; all
modern impiovenients. &12 Mom 00 avenue.
l"OIl liKNT I'ive rooms. Inquire 327 Wjoming
fOit SLL' l.Ono.OOO kiln new red bird lommon
bilck, Addioss (.cornre 1'. Kichliue, L.istuu,
CAHI'i'.TS, linoleums and oil cloths sold cvciy
day .1 o'clock. 003 Lackawanna. See auctions.
I"01t SAI.i: Pine kindling wood, stove lciisth.
Two dollars big load delivered anvw'ieic.
Mall .irders. Jennings, Central Mines cut, AUo
second hand lumber suitable for all purpose?,
FOR SALL Two light spring wagons and some
harness, cheap. llvans, rear 11J2 Luzerto
For Sale or Bent.
POP SAI.K Oil llllXT Ten-room single hous,
all modern improvements. 30tG Mousey ave
nue. Inquire at 1115 Capouse avenue.
FOit ItKXT One furnished room, with impiove
nients; also one oil thlid floor, cheap. (,27
rUltXISULT) ltOOMS for rent, modem inipwve.
ments; private family; gentlemen piefcsred,
at M7 Adams avenue.
fOn HK.NT IXarnlshed fiont room, with heat,
bath and gas; near coutt house; gentleman
preferred. Address Itoom, llo- 2'aO,
FOit HK.NT I'urnlsbcd loom; heat and bath.
C25 Linden street.
FUItNISHKD IIOOMS FOR HCXT, with heat, ras
and bath, gentlemen picterred, at 533 Adami
Wanted Rooms and Board.
WAX'TIID Two ccir.mtinlcntlng rooms vvllh board
private family pirfeued. Two ladles and a
gentleman. .State tull particulars, Addrcai C.
II. 1)., Tribune ofllce.
TIIIIU) LLOLSLATlVi: DISTIIICT l'o the mem
beis of the llepubllcaii Standing Coiumittci)
cf Iho Thhd LcgMativo di.lilcfi
Notlcu is heiehv given that a meeting of lb"
Jlcpublioau Standing Commltlre of the Third
Legislative dlstilct of Lackawanna couiily will
bo held at tho Come lloihe, Su-.iniini, l'a., on
Saluidiy, Mnich 2.', liXJi, at 2 o'cloi k p. 111, A
full attendance of tha committee U earnestly
requested, lly older of the chaiiuian.
OSCAIl VAX lirsKlltK.
Attft: .1. 11, WATKIX.S. Sjcretary.
S'ciantop, l'a., Maich 10, 1003.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchnngo
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co,, I'r.
County Savings Hank &, Tiict Co.,
first National Hank (C'arbondale) .,
'third National Hank
Dime Deposit and Discuunt Hank..
Lconomy Light, II. & I'. Co
First National dank
Lacka, Trust & Safe Deposit Co....
Clark 4: Snovcr Co., l'r ,,,
Scranton Savings Hank ,,,,
Tradra' National Hank ,
Scranton Holt !c Nut Co
People's llanu .,,
Scranton racking Co
Scranton 1'avengcr Hallway, first
Mortgage, due 1020
rcoplo'4 street Hallway, first mort
gage, due 1013 ,
I'coplo's Street Railway, General
mortgage, due l'JJl
Ecuntou Traction 1) per cent
r.conomy Llgnr, Heat A: I'ower Co.,
Noith Jersey & Pocono Iro Co
Consolidated Water Supply Co
f t I
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by U. (, Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
l'lour-H 10. "
Hutter I'rcali creamery, SOc; Juna cieainery.
ZOe.i dahy, 23e. "
lgg N'earliy, 26c.
l'eji-l'cr bud.el, 1.73.
rotatoei I'cr bushel, S5e.
Onions Per bualiel, $l.co.
BUAN0II WANT OFFIGMS.
Want Advartiafjmonts Will Be j
Beccivcd nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M,
AI.nillcT BCIItJLTZ, corner Mulberry
ttrcct and Webster avenue.
QUSTAV 1'ICIIKL, 0:0 Adams avenue.
anoiiai: W. JUNKIXS, 101 South Mala
rnLD lu TLIU'l'L', 720 Cedar avenue.
OKO. W. DAVIS, corner Nortti Mala
avenue and Market street.
CIIAIIMIS 1'. JOXi:S, 1537 Dickson
F. J. JOHNS, fi20 Green IllcUe street.
C. LOiti:NZ, corner Washington av
nuc anu Clarion eirect.
W. II. KNCI'FEIi, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. a. dond a sos.
WANTK Chair to recane and rcralr: .end ,,.i ,1
to .lames l'a.vne or 'phon- John lltwks, lli
rinvldencd road. Old 'phane lll-:j, tiiecn llldgc.
Help Wanted Male.
WAXTKD Kxpcricncrd ciuunsseis to take orders,
no delivery or collections, salaiy ami com
mission. Apply 412 Council building, between 3
and 0 p. m.
WAXTLD Two expel ii need stenographers. Ap
ply IMwaid Montague, 1'. 0. llox 17, Scian
ton. CAXVASHS WAMT.D to solicit Mibsiriplions
for 'the Tilbuue; liberal commissions ill
lowed; only active men deslied; those with ex
perience picferrcil. Apply at Husinnss Managers
office, Sciauton Tribune.
Help Wanted Female.
LADILS to do plain needle vwnk lot us at home,
wo finni-li mateilals and pay ft,' to slo per
week. Send stamped envelope tu Slandaid Co.,
Indiana avenue, Chicago, 111.
LADY CANVASSKll wanted to solicit subscrip
tions for The Tribune; good commission of
fered with a fair guarantee or llist-class woikcr.
Apply pciHinally at Husincss Manager's oltke,
WA.NTLD At once, n waltic.ss; icfeicnccs le
qulitd. Apply to Mis. X. Y. Lcet, 211 Jcf
Help Wanted Male and Femnle.
WAXin D Sile,-inen nnd sale-lailies. peimii.ent
woik aud goud salaiy. Apply at loom Xo.
1, 427 Spruce stiect. Haul) building.
WAXTLIl I'Olt U. S. AHMY Able bodied un
married men between the agca of 21 and :I5;
cllieus of the L'nltcd Stutes. of good character
and temperatu habits, who can speak, i"ad and
write laiglish. Fcr Information aipl to HcuulU
in? Olllce, Xo. 12J Wyoming avenue, Si.raulon,
Wanted To Bent.
WAXTIID l-'ioni thice to live jileasant looms
convenient for housekeeping, dc.diablo loi.i
tlon, two 1,'die-,, moileiale lent. Adthcss, giving
partlcuhi.s, ".," Tiibune olflcc.
WAXTLD It OO MS For two aelulM, three or fntu
rooms, fuiulsheel or unfurnished foi veiy
light housekeeping, tlrst flooi prcfericd. Addie.-.s
M. 11., Tribune office. ,'
WAXTLD ruinlshed hnue or four ur five looms
for housekeeping. Addicts A, V. V.., Ttlbune
FOK HAI.i: One week moie in which .to buy
.1 cheap home, in I'.lmhuist. with good g.ud"u
and liult. Trims to suit. Aeldicvi Dr. Hateson,
;i.l7 Washington avenue.
I'Olt SAI.i: At Claik's Summit; a plaee of live
acres, house aud barn, good fruit; cheat) for
rash, liiqulic of Mra, L. Liudjay, 1111 North
Main avenue, city.
SlOCIv AND WIIHAT TRAiWItS without delay.
Write for our special market letter. Fiee on
application. 8. M, Ilibbaul & Co., members X,
., Cciisolidated and Stock Sxcliauge, 41 and 10
Ilroadway, New York. Established mm. Long
Distance' l'honc 23SS Hroad.
Money to Loan.
$500, 71.0110, d.5UU, k.ig.'i- ainoimls at flvo and
hlx per ec-.t. Seitt, Attoinej, 1012 .VIeais
ANY AMOl XT OF MOXKY 10 LOAN-Qulck,
etialght loans or liulldlux aud Loan. At
from 4 to 0 per cent. Call, on N. V, Waller,
Bll-315 Connc-U bulhllnvr.
LOSTSaluiday nflcrnooii, bil'vvccn Washington
avenue, Delawate i-lii'i't, Adams avenue 111, el
I in en Hldge hlreet, silver thiitelalne bag enu
tahilng about W. I'liuler will bo icwaidcd by
ictuinlug to Tribune office.
LOST-Monday evening, I'cb. 17, between W.vo
inlng nvenue and Washburn street, an oval
binoch containing gintleiuan'h plctuie. I'lndcr
jdc-t-o retuin tu or notify MUs 1'araoiii, 417 'Ihii.
UO.MIDF.HS W,XT1',I)- Laige well fiirnhhsd
fiont loom and a bide jooui v.lili board in
piivalu 'fainilv ; all .modem iinpioiciuenU. 1,23
l'lllVATi: FVMILY wishes to have two nl-o men
to boaul, Ocimau or i:nglili. Call uny t.nu
after Thursday. All conveniences, S07 llauuoii
completion tu match vuur Kasler gowns mil
hati you jliould start at oueo and glvu it lanlul
illrutlou. My Klcctiie'al Massage 111 ono hour
vrlll make the face look 5ejn iouugci; ts ic
freshlng and icstful, Supeitluoiis lulu, warts
and moles lemoved. live brow coireeled. Hu
rliaiun'4 Dciniatologlcal I'arlom, S12 Washington
Dr, clean uml moek'iii up to
dato noiage; separate loonu;
individual t.ovs. ,-Ievatur. An
meai siciago lor nouseiioid ellecla, elf. Tnlity
jcparate storage rooms, Stroiitou Stoiage com
pany, 113 1'iaiikllii avenue.
AMLIlirAN DKItnY-ltow to play the American
iK-iuy in ine winter uoous to as to win with
out fall, send addle! uml 2-. atamu tu J' M
Itodgei & Co., Hoby, lndlotia.
Insertions 25 Cents
Tin i Pour Miisi, fi Cent J for Bach Butn l.liti.
Certified Public, Accountant.
LDWUII) f. RI'AULDIXO. 2.rTlTAlTHi(3nANK
niiiMimr, nnd Ht. l'anl Ilulldlng, New York.
L'iivvaiid ii. I)avis, Aitcinn:cT, connllC
rmiDi'.iticK l. nnow.v. aiicti. 11., ni:.E
Mtatc llxehsnjfo niilg,, 120 Washington aVe.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. llAItDINO, TOO CONNKLt, nUU.nlKa
dm. o. 1:. i:iLi:Nin:itacii, pauli hoildino.
bpiuce street, Scranton.
Dft.0. C. LAUHACH, 113 WYOMIN'q AVKNUB.
FIIANK li. DOYLi:, AITOIINI'.Y-AT-LAW.
"onu 12, H, 10 and IS Hurr Uulldlng.
r. K. THAOy, ATT'Y, COMMONWF.ALTH DLDO.
B- n. uiipLonLn, attohnky-loass nlcio-
tialed on real estate necurlty. Mearn Itulldln?,
corner Uashlngton avenue and Spruce street.
WILLAHD. WAIHIIIN & KN'AN ATTOllNKYS
ami couiisellors-at-lavv. Hepubllcan Uullcllnj,
JCSSUf & JIISSUP, ATTOItNI'.YS AND COUN-(-ellois-at-law.
Commonwealth Uulldlng, lloomi
10, 20 and 21.
1;V!AD W-. TIIAYElt. ATTOltNLY. ROOJH
nq'-i!cL Dili floor, .Moors building.
r"A- "'AT'lll"5. ATTOItN'LY-AT-IiAW. BOAUP
"' "aelo Uulldlng. Scranton, l'a.
''n'TP.?0,, WILCOX, THADL'11'.S KATIOXAb
C. COMLOYi), 0-13 ItPPUDLIOAN BUILDING.
Von',Iil:iJTHOr-r' OFFICII MOVUD TO NoT
211 Wyoming avrmie.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ult. W. L ALLUN. 51J NOKTII WASlUXOTON
Wit. S. W. L'AMOUIMIJ.V, OFFICII 330 WASH
Jngton avenue. Resident c. 121S Mulberry.
Clirnr.le alsen.-cs, lungs, heart, kidneys and
Konlto-urlnary oig.-ms u ipceialty. Hours, I
to 4 p. m.
l! D. o. i:ANS, OSTLOI'ATII, 126 S WAMI
fiigtnu avenu". Chronic and ncivous disease!
a s-pecmltv. Consultation fiee.
r. c. i'i:csi:it. Mrs. bac, 'il'aciii;ii op
V ofco Culture. Haimony, Counterpoint an I
Composition. Cniinodtloiia corrected and ic
vKcd for publication, a", New Yoil: utrccl.
Hotels and Restaurants.
mi: i:lk cut:, 123 and 127 ntAXKLix ave-
nue. Rates reasonable.
r. ZIKOLKIt, Proprietor.
SCnAXTON IIOUSi:, XLAlt D, L. & W. PAS
sengcr depot. Conducted on the L'uropeaa
rli"-. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
A. B. BRlflOS CL11ANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cen pools; in jdor; only Improved pumps used.
A. II, Brlggs, proprietor. Leave orders lloa
North Main avenue, or Ilicke's drug store, cor
ner Adaies and .Mulberry. Both telephones.
G. It. CLARKi: i: CO., SF.HDSMLN AND NUHS
crjmen, store 201 Washington avenue; great
homes, 1930 North Main avenue; store tele
josf.ph kui;iti:l. isi:ar 511 lacka. ave.,
Scranton, l'a,, manufactuicr of Wlro Screens.
DRESSMAKING FOR CHILDltEN TO ORDHR;
also ladies waists. Louise bhoemaker, 2U
MEiAH0i:i: BliOS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN
velojiC3, piper bags, twine. Warehouse, ISO
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
THE WILKES-HARItE RECORD CAN BE HAD
in Scranton at the news stands of Itelsmao
Bros.. 4CKI ipruce and 503 Linden; M. Norton,
'!2i Lackawanna avenue; i. S. Schutzer, 211
MllWriOX WAX"! r.D Portion as cashier or
buokkecper, by young lady with ccperiencc;
best leferenccs; saliry moderate. Address, 15tt
A HOOD COOK and lauudift-.s wants a place,
ply 317 Mulbeny street, oj'ty.
A YOI'Xtl MAX of good addie'H and refeicncc,
lUviH-s a talailiel position in this city, with
lellablc 111 111. Addles-., 1. 11., Tribune ofhee.
WANTED Position by a young man, age 22, in
bookkeeper or uist.iiit and Ivpewiitcr, vvhcio
good haul wnik c-alli for adviiieement. No ex
perience e.xiept a thorough bn-lncjs college train
ing; can glvo iifeicuce as lo eliaiacter and abil
it ; location this or New Yoik btnte; good pen.
man: cniicspoudcme llh-lted, Addie.u Wesley
11, Wcavci, Lope?, Nilliun county, Pa.
HTI'ATIOX" VVAXTED-lly u young man froinf
New Yi .'k as lunchiiiin. Munck, 707 Deacon
SITI'ATIOX WAX'IEI)-llv middle aged woman,
as housekeeper lu vvldowci'.s famll. Call or
addirss J. II.. 1117 bimmilt avenue, beianton, l'a,
SITI'ATICl.V WANTED-By a young man vvltfc
four ycMi cvpciience around gioeery toie
Will accept position nt anv honest work. Stronj
nnd iudustiious, II. 1',, 312 Mulberry sticet.
SrU'.vTION' WANTED lly .1 butcher; good mir
ket man, ped.llei, bologna and Mihige maker;
can cine and pie kit) all kinds of mcatM At meat
1 utter aud slauglitciniau. Addicss Butcher, "It
Linden sticet, West Piltstun, P.i,
SI1TA1IOX WANTED Work by tlio day or wash.
ing and iionlug to lahe homo, Address t'. u.,
Ti Ilmiio offlc,',
SITI'ATIOV WANri:i-H)' .1 .voting Rill to help
with light hoii-ewnik or, tike, care pi dill-ilie-ii;
sleep homo iilglua; udihcss L. J-'-, a-'l
1 f tS si fs.
HllEl'MATiiM-.U parties that wish ran be
upcediiv ami permanently unci I of all va.
littles of Hhcumatlsiii by 11 vcgrlablo compound,
Cuics guai anlccd. Inquire or address J. E, Tay
NOIIC'i; Is hertby given that an application ,wjll
'be made tu the Governor of I'rniujlvanU on
Wcdnesdaj. the Will day of March, A, . IM,
by Alfred P. Trautvvelu, Nlculal II, Hlllei, Oiat
ten A. bluger. I'lank diehard and George M
Laubslilrc, under tho Act of Asssmblv of II. 1
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An
Act to piovido for the Incorpoiatloii slid rciu
lation ot ceitaln coilioratlous," appiovcd Ap.il
2'), IS174, and the supplements theic-tu, for tho
charter of an intended corpoiatlon to he call!
'ho (alboudile CTiemlcal company, the Chirac
ter and fibjeet whereof Is the inanuficture an-l
sale of cheiiiical piuducls, and for these purpeues
In bavis povsi-os ami enjoy all the lights, bcneflli
uml inlUlcu-ci of the said Act of Ansembly and III
ii, w. f,.vniuoii:, fsoiicitor.
Siranton, I'cb. 21, 1U02,
NUI It'll is heieby given that the pilltluu of tli
illln Coal Company, a cofporatfon eluitered
under the lavv-4 of the .State- of rcnnsjlvaula,
uskinir for u device of dissolution of Iho said
etuporatloii. m piovlded In tl9 Act of Assehiblv
apiiroveil the Oili day of Apiil. IS30, and lu
mppltinenU, will be rrecntecl to the Oouit ol
Conimou Picas of Iaickawumu countv on MonUv,
the 7lli dav of piil, li)2, at U o'clock a, in,'
WELLES & TOIMIUY, SollcltOM.