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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1902.
THE MODEtlH IlAMJTTAnB STOIK.
Is a pel feet finish for nil
A light ttnnspnront wax
which polishes easily docs
not ilnko in cold nor becomo
sticky In warm rooms does
not show bci (itches nor heel
Ono pound will cover a
floor 15x20 feet. Price 00c
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. "Washlneton Ave 6
Comcgys & Co. Editor
TOO Comicll IliilldliiK.
The United Matci
T.iimlicr Co ttock i
t iMng i rctf.
K jou wnl In sell In
trinatlonil Tptt Hook
f'o stock tee Comegja
Conic-jus i Co offer r,
sin of the Dime lhnk
i-lock (or Mir.
Ml A A L'nclrrwonil
la putting new life into
llio Ihiul Comlcnaod
CamrtoH Co nITrr
(oi -.lie 10O Mis o( II. &.
VI Bink sloi k
You cinnnt s t ninii
ttian ubout $."00 (or mm
(Ink A. Snoior Co. totn
Ml. 1 1 ink II. Valid
IIiir ii the bct posted
in in on bank Hock
miIum in this cllv.
In. Xovcmlior, ISflS the
CounK Ituik mil Trust
Co. ftotk told for vino;
lad ly H will lor jboul
In Septrmbri Comccji
i. Co sold Title Cittir
nntv A, Trust Co stok
M02; tothv it tells tor
Mr. May lump Rroit
rncpch In fioi of the
ranton C!ji nnd Vlnlcr
Co. nt the lloird of
Tmde mcctlnir Mon
day Don't sell otir
The two trillion
jounir men, the Hw
er nnil the book
keeper who lion owed
inoncv from (be bulk to
buy I'nlted state- I.mn
bei Co. (dock list Sip
tember me now on
A(ldici all rommunl
cntionn to Comcgtd A.
Co , b inkers and brok
er", 70') Council Hldff.
I'hone 100, l&l A Jill 2
Collery Engineer Co.
Stock for Sale
Two and 1 iio slnrc-.
ppl lit ouu to
COMICAL A, lO,
Dime Hank Iluihlintr.
M'lionc 1W, 1SS1 and 1111-.
Xccr more nttrartive than this tprnis
for little Tots fioni 0 montlw to 3 jeai.
Vc have not foigotten the little ml- of I,
band S for bci we line the wj1i llnciu
in beautiful colors, Pinup, billoi .ml
Cibson dresues in Pirpe, and i mot it
tuothc line of SPRI.Nfi CO MS.
THE BABY BAZAAR
118 Washington Avenue.
Stops Linen Breaking
Out method ot honing collais
and cuffs by steam heated ma
chines makes the linen pll.ible so
It does not hieuk or ciack.
Phone or postal.
I ACK f$
303 310 Pcun .Ucnuc.
Attuinej Paul It. Ucitzel, n( I'lilljiklphiJ, ii
li the clt..
Mrs. George iteuoie, o( u oik, is Mlin,;
Went Sct.mton ti tenia.
Vlis, George. Keith, of IVntli strut, is hitlns
Ii lends in Wyoming roimt.
Mtw Imu Van VIM, of Wa.libiiiu hlioet, is
tin. guent o( relithcs in l.linlu.
Mis. llcuij Jar-obi, of l,ifjitli! Muel, is tpeud.
5n' a few Uajs at lit. I'ocono.
Mrs Dnid Haul-) anil win, of .IiiKmui ttioLt,
line icturned home fioni ,i lt at Dimllle.
MKs (Vila .Ioikn of Uifajttti' utrcct, i-. in lit r
way to Uutte Cit), .Mont,, where (-lie will leslili.,
Ill Jennie Auwl, of Wilkes ll-ini, is the
Micsl of Ml. ", (i Daniel", of Jij boiith Main
MIns i:dtth I'owlei, of South llj.ie Paik ai.
niie, haii retumeil home fioni .i lslt wltli frleuJs
Mis. J, I. ltoheiU, of South Main aMiiuo, is
.In Middle Oramllle, K, Y atlciiillnif lier mo li-i,
' 'who U til
.luniea r. Siillh, of Minneapolis, hu uiimu.l
liomc after UltliiK liU btci, Mit. Mkliacl Pad.
den, of Jackson tticet.
M. Iteis, leute of tho Ijicinii theater and
Academy of Muie, was in the tity jcsteidaj cu
litis was 1o Wllken-Baire.
Mri, llcnshaw, ot Philadrlphia, i. UltliiR at
the home of htr on, .1, AttUut llcmluw, on
Vortli Main auiuu.
yra. John 1). Sheuei, of Madhon aMiiuc, is
.erioiuly jit of pneumonia and tt iwu feared
last night that fital rrstilts would pnme,
Ml Anna )jis, foinietlj emplojid in thu
(Uobe warehouse, lias aciqited a jiosttlou Willi
Miu Atkemiaii, the M'joinini; nxnue milliner.
John Shean, icpresentlnir "fho Volunteei Or
pjnlit" compan), which will be teen at the l.j
icuni on Vrlday and Hatmday o( next week, wat
In tho city Cbterdij,
number of frlcuaU were iiitertalned l.,i r.
tliur Tucker, ot 1010 'Jajlor apmu, Tuesday
night, Picicnt were; Mlex llelui Stuiiipp,
mclla, Wolff, Katheiine, Stiumpp, Ida Hun.
lir, Augmta Mentz, Cora M'aiinan, Miggle Mlt
lir, Mer. Aithur (I. m llouten, l.ouln Ifeltw
)na)cr, Arthui Tinker, William Jlenl, Althni
O'llrlcn, Charles Haheiland, fieoree Sajr, Pred
Tucker, Ldard Hunker.
Drink "COFo" and jou will not havo
In Ouei'iiscy Hall
tonight thcie will
be a piano rteitul
by students from the
U O ,N biniVATOHV,
There will be ilas-i
ind wlo tiuinbera on
the pro.'ramuie and
an exhibition of re
KiittD cf the t'uclton
in!,'. 8 o'clock.
J AIJHIEO TEN
COMMITTEES ABE ACTIVE.
nntsing the Money for the New R.
B. Y M. C. A, Building.
The building committee and the sub
committees of tho Hnllrond Department
of tho Young Moil's Christian associa
tion nre very active these days In a
canvass for funds for tho new build
ing. Tho response both from the rail
toad men nnd outsldo fi lends has been
very giatlfylug. Of the $30,000 icn"lrcd
to complete the canvass successfully,
$-'0,000 Is now tiBsuicd. When $5,000
mote linn been lnlsed the company sub
scription becomes binding. Evoiy ef
fort Is being put forth to secure this
amount by .Saturday night. Friends
who have been seen and aie expecting
to respond will confer a great favor by
advising tho building committee before
that time as to tho extent of their sup
port. Among tho lalltoad men tho locomo
tive rnglneeiH nio setting tho p.ico nt
present, hut as thoy had u slight start
over the otheis In tho matter ot or
ganization It Is expected thnt n much
batter proportionate showing will be
made bv the others within tho next
week. Tho canvass Is now fully or
ganized and Is progressing satisfactor
ily In nearly all the departments. It
looks as though the long contemplated
building for the railroad men would be
a reality In tho very near future. A
public meeting of the building commit
tee and tho sub-committees will be held
Saturday afternoon at fi o'clock In the
rtnlhond Young Men's Christian asso
ciation hall, to which all Interested are
invltea. Full reports of committees
will be lcccivcd.
Elf teon Bepublican Commoners Want
Him for Chairman Gillespie Got
Fifteen of the twenty-one Republican
membeis of common council convened
In cuuciii Inst night in city hall and
selected E. n. Bobathnn and John B.
Gillespie as candidates for cliniimnn
and clerk, lesnectiiely. Jlr. Itobathan's
nomination was unanimous, but there
was a lively little fight foi the clerk
The fifteen members who were pies
ent nt last night's caucus were as fol
lows: John J. Evans, Thomas TV.
Thomas, John Homy, J. 15. Casteillne,
T. J. Snow-den, Daniel Evans, W. "W.
Evans, D. AV. Sealing, E. E. Robathnn,
John Jones, A. L. Lewis, William
Knoepfcl, 'William Lewis, Theodore
Fuller and Mathlas Stlpp.
Those who did not attend weie Luther
Keller, H. E P.ilne, O. B. Paitridge,
Alfied Harvev and E. "W. Evans. Tho
flist four membeis absented themselves
purposely, while sickness was given as
the reason for the failure of the last to
A. L. Lewis was unanimously chosen
as pennanent chairman of the caucus.
Sir. Bobathan's name was placed be
foie the gathering by Mr. Casteillne,
and he was unanimously chosen as the
candidate of tho fifteen membeis pies
ent. John B. Gillespie, of Noith Scianton,
was nominated lor cleik bv John J.
Evans, while tho name of James Mc
Ginnls was put forwaid by Theodore
Fuller, the new member fioin the Six
teenth waul. Mi. Stlpp nominated As
sistant City Clerk Evan R. Moiris,
stating that it was useless to nominate
anyone else, because of the decided
stand in favor of Mr. Molds' election
taken by several of the members not
piesent at the caucus
It had been piactlcally agieed upon
at nr.st to insist that no candidate be
declared nominated unless he secured
eleven votes, or n. majotlty of all the
Republicans In council. "When it was
tllscoveied that no candidate could se
cure eleven votes, It was decided to
decline the man securing the votes of
a majority of the members present, the
candidate, thus piactlcally insisting
that the absent membeis abide by tho
decision or the meeting.
The first ballot resulted as follows:
Gillespie. 7: McGinnls, 6; Mori is, 2.
Chairman Lewis declared that Moiris
could not bo voted for on the second
ballot. This resulted in the selection
of Gillespie, by the following vote:
Gillespie, 10; McGinnls, B.
, Tho Republicans will have a majoiity
of four on the morning of leoiganlz.i
tlon, theie being twenty-one Republi
cans and seventeen Democrats. Tho
four membeis who lomalned away
fiom last night's caucus, accoullngly,
hold the balnnce of power nnd control
the situation. Just what they will do
lemams to oe seen.
The principal objection utlsed by the
membeis who lemalned nwny fioni last
night's caucus Is that they weto not
consulted about the selection of a can
didate, op the fixing of a date for the
caucus. Thoy. allege that a majoiity of
the Republican members held a pie
llmlnaiy caucus and selected a candi
date, and that they would have been
poweiless to prevent this candidate's
nomination even if they had been pres
ent. They Xm titer ullego that the cau
cus vwis called by one man, Instend of
by a committee, as is the usual custom.
City and County Heads of Schools to
Be Chosen the Same Day.
City and county supeiintendents of
schools me to be ejected on tho same
date this v.u
Tho county supetlntcndont Is to bo
elected in the afternoon and tho city
supeilntendent at night. The piesent
Incumbents, Geoigo How ell and J. C.
Taylor, aie likely to he candidates for
H'-eleotlon, although It is possible Mr.
Taj lor may look for tho city supeiln
tendency, as he is being urged to do
R. U Davis, or Dunmoie, and Pio
fessor Lloyd, or Dickson City, are
mentioned as candidates for the coun
ty supei Intendency
Theie aie no luck or oppo (unities
open for young people who have the
education, Tho proprietor of the
Luckaw anna Business college, have hud
applications fop 6 joung people for
otllco work. All good positions. We
could have placed seven young people
In fit at tate positions this week. The
Lackawanna Business Colloge Is head
nuaiteia for competent nllUo help.
It Cujes Dyspepsia.
My wire has been doubled with in
digestion for a number of yeais. After
using "COFo" about two weeks she
began to feel better. She attributes
her Jmpioved health to the continued
use of "COFo" and would recommend
t to all sufferers from Indigestion.
FRANK CORNELL, Scranton, Pa.
Miss Susan Mow is announces her
Spring Millinery Opening of Fine Pat
tern Hutu, Friday and Saturday, at l'-S
MANY CELEBRATED PICTURES
TO BE SHOWN.
Associntcd Illustrators of America to
Give tho Initial Exhibition of
Their Work nt tho Scianton Olub.
Event Will Bo Opened Tonight
with n Rocoption, nt Which Sev
eral Prominent Artists Will Be
Piesent .About 130 Oiiginal Draw
ings Arc to Bo Exhibited.
Scianton Is to have tho distinction ot
being the locus of the (list exhibition
ot the Associated Illusttntois ot Amer
ica, the organization composed of nil
the leading book and magazine lllus
tratois ot the country.
Tho exhibition will open tonight at
tho Scranton club nnd continue ono
week. The hours will be fiom 3 to 6
In tho afternoon, nnd 8 to 11 nt night.
Tonight there will be a lecoptlon to
which members may bring their
friends. After tonight admittance will
bo by card.
Reginald BUch, one ot the most not
ed of the Now York uttlsts, came to
the city yesterday to supervise the
hanging of tho pictures. Ho Is accom
panied by Mrs. Birch and will remain
for 8eveial das. F. Louis Mont, nnd
Mrs. Mora, A. B. Wenzel and II. S.
Fleming will come up from New Yoik
to nttend tonight's reception. Other
well known artists will bo present, It
Is expected, duilng the exhibition.
The pictures nre the original dtaw
ings of the members of the Associated
Illustrators, and have- nearly all been
reproduced in the leading magazines
nnd by the ptlnclpal book publishing
houses. The collection was recently
shown In New York and atti acted no
end of intciest. Tho Scianton exhibi
tion, however, is the (list that arises
to the dignity of a salon. The New
York affair was informal, and tho col
lection was not as complete as that
of the Scianton exhibition will be.
LIST OF ARTISTS.
About 1J0 drawings in nil aie to be
exhibited. Among the nitlsta whose
work appeals In tho exhibition aie:
Edwin A. Abbey, Fiederlc Remington,
Howard Pyle, W. Gianvllle Smith, T.
do Thulstrup, A. B. Wenzel, Reginald
B. Bhch, Max F. Klepper, Aithur I.
Kellei, William T. Smedley, E. M.
Ashe, Otto H. Bncher, Robeit Blum,
Cllffoul Carleton, Harry Fenn, Thomas
Fogaity, W. Glackens, Aithur Hemlng,
Hemy Hutt, T. K. Hanna, Jr., William
L. Jacobs, Louis Loeb, Orson Lowell,
F. Luis Mora, Edward Penfleld, Hemy
Reuteidahl, Albert Sterner, Alice Bai
ber Stephens, Geoige Wilght, r. C.
Most of the plctuies aie wash and
oil diavvlngs, but some of the most
attractive of them are the pen and
Ink sketches of Messis. Abbey, Birch
What the visitors to tho exhibition
will likely find Its most interesting
featuie is the "dlfteience" between the
pictures that have, been lamillar in the
magazines and books and the oilginals
of those pictures now being hung in
the Scranton club. Whnt positively
pathetic things happen to a drawing
by Its being condensed to fit the page
of a book or half page ot a magnine
Is most vividly appaient.
This is paiticulaily illustiated In
Wendell's "Cafe De La Palx." Tho re
production, It will be remembeied, was
first seen In a page of Colliei 's Weekly.
The oiiglual Is about four feet srjuaie.
Bli ch's "A False Alaim" and "The
Runaway," Wilght's "Following the
Yachts," und Jacobs' two twilight stud
ies aio other of the moie familial
diawings which seive to show this dis
SOME FAMILIAR ONES.
The Pyle duelling scene made for
Houghton, Mlfllin Az Co , to illustiate
"To Have and to Hold"; Thulstiup's
"A Close Call," leproduced by Hnipei
& Bros.; Smedley's "Challenged,"
Remington's "An Indian Legend," nnd
the Blum "Ai rival in Japan" are some
of the pictures ot which the oilglnul
will be found especially inteiestlng be
cause ot tnmlliailty.
Every plctuie exhibited is the piop-
oi ty of the aitlst. The Associated II
lustratois has as one of Its main pui
poses the seeming ot the return of the
oilginals to the mnkeis. That the
members may be the moie encouiagcd
to vvoik to this end, It Is one of the
uiles of tho society that none but plc
tuies owned by the aitlsts shall be
hung In any of the exhibitions.
This i ula may lob Scranton of one of
the most Interesting plctuies in the
collection, an Abbey sketch, which was
purchased a few days ago by President
Hudley, of Yule, It is thought, how
ever, that Piesldent Hadley will ac
quiesce In the delay of the delivery of
the plctuie until after the Scianton
exhibition. Chniimaii T. E, Jones, or
the club's house committee, In chaigc
or the exhibition, Is In communication
with Piesldent Hndley on the matter.
The catalogue to bo dlstilbuted at
the exhibition Is a veiy .irtistlu publi
cation. It contains icpioductlons ot
some or the plctuies and Is embellished
with chuiacterlstio maiginal sketches
by various or the artists.
Beautiful Millinery Display,
The moat select and exclusive lino of
ladies' trimmed leady-to-wear hats
ever seen In Scianton was exhibited
at tho Hotel Jormyn on Tuesday and
Wednesday by Miss LeVny.
The display Included the latest from
the best Fifth avenue, Now Yoik,
shops, und also an exqulslto line of
Impoited French and Geimnn Hats.
On Apill 1st, Miss LeVny will again
visit Scranton, when she will also
show a complete lino of Tailor-Made
Diess Goods Clerks Wanted.
Wanted Expeilenced lotull cleiks
for dices goods and domestics. Must
have good jefeiences Addiess, X. P,
Q Tribune ofiUe,
Offices for Rent.
FOR RENT. A fow desirable offices,
both single and en suite, in the new
uddltlon to the Connell Building.
Keep to the Right"
With eyes open. Your invita
tion may come tomonow
With oyos open. You must
know what these words signi
HAS RETURNED TO SCRANTON.
Attorney David C. Harrington Again
A Rosldent of This City.
Attorney David C. HatiltiBlon, gen
cral counsel for tho Intel national Text
Book company, after tin absence of
forty years, has jetumed to this city,
and is now established In a suit of
offices In the Connell building whore,
ArruiiNi.v invii) c. iiauuimiiov.
with more than half a dozen assistants,
he looks after the legal end of tho
business of the big school.
When Mr. Harrington was a hoy his
father moved from Catsklll, N. Y., to
this city and located at Piovidence.
That was in 1819. Two years later Mi.
Hairlngton moved his family to this
city and built tho thlid house elected
in the city after the Lackawanna lion
and Coal company began the sale of
lots. He engaged In the furniture busi
ness and in this had tho assistance of
his son, who devoted his lelsuie time
to the study of law, being admitted to
pincticc at Wllkes-Bauo, May 7, 1860
Two yeais later ho moved to Wllkes
Burie, wheto he continued In tho ac
tive practice of the law until Decem
ber, 1870, when he went to Philadel
phia, whole ho has ever since been a
piomlnent member of tho Quaker City
bar. The gieat giowth of the Interna
tional Text Book company made it de
sirable to have tiie geneial counsel In
this city, and Mr. Hariington has le
tumed to tho scenes of his youth.
Mr. Haulngton has been a visitor to
this city at Inteivals ever since ho went
to Philadelphia, but nevertheless has
been gieatly suipilsed since he le
tumed heio nt tho i evolution that has
been wiought in Scianton and Its sur
loundlngs. Only two membeis of the
piesent Lackawanna bar weie admit
ted to the Luzerno bar pi lor to Mr.
Haulngton. They aie ex-Judge E N.
Wllliud and Edwaid Meirifleld.
Mr. Haulngton, Is the father-in-law
of Recorder W. L. Connell and Madi
son F. Lai kin, of the Intel national Text
FUNERAL OF JOHN T. NALLIN.
Attended by Knights of Columbus
nnd Commercial Tiavelers.
The funcial of the late John T. Nul
lin took place jesteiday moinlng fiom
the home, 51!) Hickoiy stieet. A high
mass of lcauicm was celebrated at St.
Peter's eathedial by Rev. D. J. Bustln,
with Rev. John J. Gilflln nnd Rev. J.
V. Moylan in the sanctum y. The
Knights of Columbus and the Commei
cial Tiavelcis' association attended.
The pallbeaieis weie John A. Nnllln,
John F. Xallln, James Scott, William
D. Roche, Michael II. Hlgglns and Wil
liam B. Duggan. Interment was made
in the Cathedial cemeteiy.
Scranton Business College.
The following telegiam was lecehed
by the Scianton Business College on
"Buttalo, N. Y Maich 19, 190.'.
"Piot. H. D. Buck: Can you furnish
mo ut once with a flist-class Smith
Pieinlei stenogiapher and typewriter?
Any such descilbed individual, who
Is unemployed, If theie be any, should
lepoit to Messis. Buck & Whltmoie at
i m ,. i i
Lackawanna Railioad Low Rate
Exclusion to New Yoik City,
Apill 2nd, 1002.
On Apill 2nd special excuislon tickets
will be sold to Now Yoik city and le
tuin via the l.ackawunna tallioad,
good going on all passenger tiulns of
Apill 2nd and lor icturn up to and In
truding Apill 7th, at i ate of one way
fnio plus one dollar, for tho louud
tiip. Chlldien between the ages of 5
and 12 enis, one-half the adult lute.
Spring Milllneiy Opening.
Tho ladles of Sciunton and vicinity
mc coi dally Invited to visit our stoio
on out opening das, today, tomonow,
and Satuiday, und Inspect tho newest
and most fashionable in Spilng Milll
neiy. Dougherty & Thomas,
128 Wyoming avenue,
There Are Others, BUT
Some one lemarked the other
As the bread was passed on the
It looked so light and snowy
That It certainly must the
cook's heart delight.
Oil, yes, we replied; but It's al
Because you know, to Cour
sen's we go,
And older the Gem, its always
The very best reason for its
Cuursen's Gem Flour, $4.75
per bbl,, $1.35 per sack.
E. G. Course 11.
"Keep to the Right
jjffo jffi iSft "i- 3'ii'iiJt ,5r 3B
DEFEATED THE LIEDERKRANZ
TEAM. LAST NIGHT.
This Practically Cinches tho City
Bowling League Championship for
Meister's Men South Sldors Got n
Hustlo On and Took Two from
tho Centrals Hainpos Took Two
from rrankllna nnd Aio Now In
Socond Plnco WUkos-Bnireans
nnd Green Rldgors Played.
The Aillngtons have puicllcullv got
the City Bowling championship won.
They took three straight games fiom
the Lledoikrniu team lust night on
Zulagor's nlles. Tho scores made by
both clubs were vciy pool, and tho
Llcdctkianz bojs should have won at
least ono game, hud they not fallen
down very badly. The scoie:
II J II)
7 IS -2)10
Meister , ill
(' Klefci lis
Hautk 1 15
I. Klefcr 151)
mi j)i:rtKii vn
AhWPrfl JV? 1 A
llielff 1.') T.7
Wahlner lb.) nil
I'lsele lie, m
Kotii i-,i r.i
High wore Sloeum, lpd
HIrIi acrnirc Sloctim, 171 1 1
The Hamoe team won two games
fiom the Fuinhllns, and thus passed
the lattei team, going Into second
place, though far behind the Arling
tons. Theie weie no 200 scoies, nnd the
games weie devoid of nnv paitlculnr
featuies. The scoie:
Ilirchcr U2 no
C. Amleiegg 118 114
DaWs 117 17b
Joiips llw ")
J. Andcrepj: 170 171
. . Ir".
1 II 107
1 19 4 10
I.afhu 117 1 1.
I Huh scoie Tiflui. T'S
Illsrh au-igc I.iffln, 107.
The South Side team, stiengthened
by the addition of a. new member, suc
ceeded in getting ild of the hoodoo
which has put sued It, and won two
games from the Centials. The scoie:
Softh ill I I, 121 0l
O'Connell IjO 111 1M- 411
Mmhill Ill 1 (I 100 IIS
Mlnrton IV! 1(,7 11114(0
.Toms 1.7 17', 170 4 '2
7 U 711 71.02211
' OUllt "IDI"
lliomiell I(.'i I .1 147 V,l
ANium IP. 11.2 112-410
I lei bold 141 111 !..- 17!
i IXiiu Us Hi. II! 447
Mirth 170 12! 1)1411,
717 722 7M-2203
llih hcorc lliilxild, ("s.
Hlli aerage lone-, ISO 2 .
The standing of the teams In this
league Is now us follows.
Won lost. I1 (.'.
Aillngtons 10 1 .717
I iederkian 10
South Side !
The bow lei s' contingent of the Giten
Ridge Wheelmen entei tallied two
teams fiom the West End Wheelmen,
of Wilkes-Bane, last night with ti ban
quet ul the Elk cafe, followed by thiee
match games on the Ilnnwe alleys.
Two six-men tenuis from each club
lolled against ono another, and the
highest twelve i oiled u thiid game.
The scoies made vcie as follows.
i uisr fiwir.
linen ltld,i, . 1 vLiinan-, 1,1, 1'uwlti, 13s;
Mason, 107; Wcdiman, 101, Snidci-un, 132, Tn
liu, 170; total, 073.
W'ct Ind No. 1 WiUand, III; Wilsht, luO;
l,d Pais, 2.S0; limes, 12S; lluntti, 137; (Irieu,
Ul; total, 01J.
t.'iecn Itidrfii o. II. Divls, 102, lluwlsoii,
173, Chapmin, 107, llitilicock, 107; Pond, 10,
Mtliols, 118; total, S57.
Wcat nd o 2 Wclckeu, ISI; 1 nub. 157;
Kellj, 127, Itobblns, 1 0, Cair, 1 12, Helm, 123,
(iieiu llulse Vltson, 171, (hipiiiiu, lSn,
l'ond, 151; ltowhon, no, lllldicotk, 1.0, I'uyloi,
Ids; total, 012
We.t lnd VW!'iud. 1V), rli,ht, 111, I. Di
l-, 131; VNilckiuii, 117; I.ninb, l.Ji, . l)iU,
131, lot il, 071
I wish to announce that the new liv
ely located at 1415 Mulbeny stieet.
faimci ly stieet car bam, will bo opened
for business Apill 1. Patties deslilug
to tent stalls should apply at the bain
Peter N. Iliinu,
802 Jeffeison avenue.
Now 'phono 2057.
Only a limited number will bo ac
commodated. "kTpftn to the Rio-ht"
With eyes open, You will soon H
know why. W
Fine Umbiellas and Faiasols st
Wholesale and Retail. Our
Spiing Line is now complete em
bracing all the Now Coloia and
Patterns. Laige Stock of Han
dles to select from. Ropairing
s and lecoveiing of every des
ciiptlon. M, SILVERMAN, Prop.,
813 Spruce Street.
Promptness in Using
Means Quick Restoration
IT IS THE GREAT SPRING MEDI
CINE USED IN THE HOMES Or
OUR BEST TEOPLE.
Refuse All Substitutes and Imita
tions That May Bo Offered You.
If lu thu spring tltnu people at led
with moi c piomptui'ss, decision, nnd
wisdom, HUffeilng and mlseiy wotlld be
vastly l educed.
To put off tin wotk of legul.ttlng
anil sticngthenlng tho netves, pin liv
ing the blood, and regulating digestion,
at this same time of the year Is it wii
Run down, weak, ncivous, and din
eased men and women cannot with
safety lottise to use Baltic's Cdeiv
Compound, the giotttest of vitallcis
and health bttlliteis. The ouwaiil it nil
tilumph.tut maich of the gtcat niedi
clno in this couutiy and other civlll.ed
lands should be posltlvi pioof that It
Is light medicine for all who look lot
stiength, lobustness, cuurgj, and pei
It Is of tlio greatest Impiirtnnte that
every sick peison should gut hist what
they ask for fiom theli dttiggist or deal
er. P.ilne'H Celeiy Compound, so ceii'
biated for its dilutive vhtues, lias
many vile imitations. It jou aio offci
ed a substitute oi Imitation by tiny
dealer, leave his stole and go to some
honest merchant who will give 3,011
what you ask foi. Examine wi.ippei
and bottle and see that the mime
PAINE'S Is on each; no other is gen
ulnne. It's Easy to Dya
Ith DIVMOM) DVI.S
lake no othei
DANGER OF A "SQUEEZE.
Men Oideied Out of the Nay Aug
An extensive squeeze was tlueateucd
;,esterday at tho Nay Aug Coal com
pany's mine In Dunmoie. The men
weie ordcied out and the mules taken
to the sut face.
Wheio the Indications of the squeeze
wote appaient, the company hands put
in pi ops and it Is thought tliat a cavo
in has been foiestalled
Lowemhal's method as used bj
Department of Agilctiltuie does
show tannin in COFo.
Ar. II. McLAUCIILAX,
Assistant in Chemls'-v,
I "Keep to the Right"
With eyes open. No admission
fee nothing to sell.
Wouldn't it puzzle you?
A choice aud com
plete line from which
to make your selection.
Perfect in Fit,
Finish and Style
416 Lackawanna Ave.
Our spring importation of
Kid Gloves consisting of nil
the latest stylos and shades,
for general wear.
We are also prepared to
meet the demands of coming'
social events, with a complete
Hue of Suede ,aud Glace,
evening gloves in 12, 16 aud
20 buttou length.
Price & Jenkins,
130 Wyoming Ave.
Malnnpii Oil & IVlanrfarfiPinct fnmhanu
J 141-149 Meridian Street.
OLD 'PHONE SB-S. NEW 'PHONE SS8I
1.1 t. M 1 .1 xt
126-128 Franklin Ave. I
ij 4 j ji jt 1 j tj ij j t j
I ! 4 Jt ijl J J oJ J (J
Come aud get one.
Cramer- Wells Co., $
130 Wyoming Ave. 4
'Phone ic-j.a. 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44
This yeai far excels any of
oui pievious effoits in this
paiticular line. The line
Is laigei, nowei and con
sists of moie novelties than
We can supply you with
almost anything you de
tiic in the way of Easter
Toi the flist time we
have a photogiaphic line
of chickens, ducks, etc.,
mounted on hand-painted
caids, which ceitainly ap
peals to the Eastei line
Booklets and Novelties
The handsome line of
Booklets this year has been
limited, nnd an enily visit
will be of some advontngo
to thoso interested. The
novelties which we cany
this year aie chiefly thosa
which we have impoited,
including ducks, chickens,
labblts and a host of otheis
which aie new.
Wo have received a num
ber of new and swell boxes
of Stationery in delicate
shades nnd sizes, All
expicsuly for qui Easter
Stationers and Engravers, 0
Successors to Machine Business of I
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and Wllkes-IJurre, Pa,
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining Z
1 .. ...
! Our Easter
I )jfin fiv