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THE SGRAOTON T1UJ3UNE-WEDNESUAV, iMAUOJf 20, 1902.
Hpcefdl to Hit Seraiilon Tribune.
TttnKlinnnoek, Miuch 25. Ud wind V.
Fitrijo, the newBdcnler, Is busily en
KUReil In tnkliip mi Inventory oC Ills
stock, unci prpp.ivliiK to movo from Ills
present locution In the llnrdwoll block
to his now qimrters In the Wyoming
Cleorgo 1!. I'ntterson, of Lemon, wuh
ii culler In town on Monday.
Joseph W. Flntt was summoned to
Syracuse nn Sinuluy, where hla dnURh
ter, Miss ltutli, who Is u student In the
unlveislly there, Is very 111 with un
pendleltlH. Hhe will ho hi ought homo
us soon us liusilble.
Wllllum I". Hillings and funilly, of
Kingston, ppent Hundtiy with his
mother, Mis. Perry Hillings, at this
A innrrlnge license wus Issued on
Monthly to 11. C. Hoffman, of Sornn
ton, and Miss Koso Jackson, of I'cck
vllto. Mrs. Hurry D. Billings has returned
home fiom the sanitarium at Worners
vllle, much Improved In health.
Hutry Cassldy, who Is employed at
Wllkes-Uarrc, spent Sunday with his
A. K. Adams, superintendent of the
Farmers' Dairy Despatch company,
wuh a caller In town on Monday.
Howard liuck, who Is employed In a
bobbin factory at Allenlown, spent the
Sabbath at his home In this place.
AV. It. Arnts and family are visiting
his father atJ'en Argyl. Pa., this week.
Miller Culvr Is removing to the reai
denco recently purchased by him Am
South Putnam stiet.
The Lafayette College Glee club,
which wus to have given a concert at
the Opera house this (Tuesday) even
ing, have cancelled the date.
Clarence Ceorge, of Sayie, spent the
Sabbath with friends in town.
The case of S. L. Tiffany vs. Nich
olson borough, trespass, for damages
to leal estate, caused by change In the
grade of stieet, was tiled by uibitru
tlon at Nicholson on Monday.
The funeral of the late Daniel Melvln
will take place this (Tuesday) morn
ing at 10 o'clock, at the Catholic
church, under the direction of ltcv. P.
J. a crush.
II. N. Patton, of Wlllluiiisport. spe
cial pension examiner for this district,
was looking after pension business heie
Spccl.il to the Scranton 'Iiibunc.
Factoryvllle, March 23. Miss Leon.i
Pennett spent last week-in New York
city, purchasing spring goods.
Hoy Keinmerer, of Yonkers, N. Y.,
spent Sunday here with his mother.
Hoy has charge of a district up there
for the International Correspondence
Schools of Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Bliss ppent Sun
day with relatives at Camptown, Pa.
The Misses Jessie and Louise Wrig
ley, of Scranton, were at the home of
Abruin Wilgley, over Sunday.
Arthur Keinmerer, of Bloomslmrg,
was home over Sunday.
Miss Josephine Lindsay has been en
tertaining relatives from Vestal, N. Y.,
the past few days.
Mis. John. Itenchler, of Wcht Ser.in
ton, wus a pleasant caller here lust
The Athletic association of Keystone
academy gave an inteiesting enter
tainment in LIsk's hull, last Saturday
nlglit, to a fair sized audience.
The borough auditors met last Sat
in day night and audited the accounts
of the borough for 191)1.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Kdlth Du Hoise, of Dai
ton, to Wlntun C. Wrigley, of this
place, on Wednesday, April 'Z.
Paulowna Ttebeknh lodge. No. SS, In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, will
bold a. masquerade social at their hall
on Friday evening, March -S. A genu
ine gootl time Is in stoie for all who
Thcio will be religious senlee-s at
th homo of THlinghast Jhvyton, next
Frfdrty afternoon 'at 2.30 o'clock. The
Itey. Caterer, of Dalton, will conduit
thim. All are welcome. ,
Mrs. Hannah Chase, through her at
torneys, Watson & Dieh, of Scranton,
lias brought suit for damages against
the Lackawanna lullroad, for the death
of her husband, Lyman II. Chaw.
Charles Bieyton died at his home In
Fiskvllle, II. I inbt Filday night,
lrom heart disease. Mr. Hieyton i
finite well known In this town,
The Aid society of the Hnptlbt church
Will serve an Easter supper at the
church, Wednesday evening. Kggs will
head tho menu.
Christy Mattliowsou, the world's
greatest huso ball pitcher, left here
, Monday foVNew York, where he will
report to the Now Yoik club for the
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Doolltttle, of
Klmlra, N. Y are down here, spend
ing some time with telatlves.
Special in tlit Scranton Tribune.
New Mllford, March 23, The men of
the Presbyterian church will conduct
n waim sugar social und entertainment
in the ohm eh. parlors on Thutsday
evening of this week. Kvery one will
Clayton Moxley, of Dalton, wus in
Miss 5Cuu McConnell entertained the
"W, and O, club at her homo Monduy
Mr, uiHl'Mrs, Fred Clink, of Cuibon
dule, visited at the home of Mrs. C,
M. Shell), Inst week,
Two children of William Walworth
i. we beriously 111 w;lth pneumonia,
Mrs. Jumes Tennant, of Dalton, visit
ed friends in town Sunday and Monday.
Miss Sarn McConnell, of Blnghniutoii,
visited her brother, J, C, McConnell,
tho foie pact of the week.
MIfs druce Golden, of Cohocton, N,
ours If you ry
eanrt ours U to strong we
guarantee a curcor refund
lnouev. mill vat lu-nrl .-ml
free trial bottle if you write for it.
SHU.OH'S coats 25 cents and will cure Con.
sumption. Pneumonia, Bronchitis and all
Lung Troubles. Will cure a cough or cold
iu a day, and thus prevent serious results.
It lias b.-cu clcint; tiiese tulugs for CO years.
fa.C Wgixs & Co , I,e Roy, N. Y.
Ksrl'f Clovvr Root tea corrects the Stomach
Y., Is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Clint lew
The Wise and Otherwise club arc
nuiklng preparutlons to give an ontcr
tulnmeut, a gypsy encampment, In the
near future, for the benefit of tho
L, O, McCollum nnd Fred Hiiyden
Wert; In Hnllstend, Monday, on business.
Special to (lie Scranton Tribune.
Thompson, March 25. C. 11. Jenkins
was in Scranton yestcrdny, In tho In
terest of the Thompson creamery.
Noble Thomas, of Stevens Point, was
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cro
zler, Satuulay night and Sunday.
Linn Spencer is In Chautauqua, N.
Y this week, putting In a steam heat
er for tho Steam Heating company of
Klmer Moxley, of Jackson, visited
relatives in town Saturday.
Harry B. Searles, after a couple of
weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mis. L. F, Searles, returned yesterday
to his studies ut Syracuse university.
The Thompson Creamery company is
booming tltese days, and Is having as
much milk ns it did at the tlush time
last year. This, when butter is 30 cents
per pound, Is quite encouraging.
Evangelist and Mrs. Slddoll are hold
ing meetings in Stnrrucca this week.
MOTHER GOOSE PUZZLE.
- ITT Villi" ..-"--?- '-'fn-H'iT-'"'
Hub a dub, dub, .
Three men in a tub;
And who do you think they be?
The butcher, the baker.
The candlestick maker;
Turn 'em out , knaves all three!
' Find Jack Spratt and Ills dog.
Mr. and Mis. Harry Mills, of White's
Valley, were guests at Mr. and Mrs.
C. M, Lewis', Satuiday and Sunday.
Mrs. Lucy Ann Lewis, who is 79
years old, is quite sick at this writing,
at her son-in-law's, John Bennett, In
From present indications farmers are
going to real) quite a harvest of maple
sugar this reason.
Mrs. L. A, Gelatt, whose sickness has
caused so much anxiety among her
many trlends, is Impioving, and bids
fair for a complete recovery.
Miss Lena Whitney of North Jack
son, Is spending a few days with her
uncle, Dr. Fletcher, at Carbondule.
Philo C. Spencer, of Mt. Pleasant,
aged S4 years, died at his son's, G. F.
Spencer, in this place, this morning.
He had been here since the nth of No
vember, and had been in good health
for a man of his age. This morning,
the lctmlly aioso as usual. They heard
hltn cough a natural cough at 5 o'clock.
Mr. Spencer went away on tho S o'clock
train. Soon after S a. m., Mis. Spen
cer went to see If the aged gentleman
was about ready for breakfast when,
to her surprise, lie was dead. His
wife died seventeen years ago. He
leaves lour sons, Chillies C, John M.,
Orvllle AV. nnd David L, of Mt. Pleas
ant, and George F of this place. Mr.
Spencer was a life long member of the
Methodist Hplscopal church of Mt.
Pleasant, and his funeral will be held
in that church next Thursday at 1
K. K, Gelatt started his saw mill this
morning. He has a large accumulation
of logs In the yard.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Sprlngvllle, March 23. Ziba Lott has
undergone an operation for appendi
citis at the hospital at Sayie, tho fore
part of lust week, which was a success
hi every way.
George W. Thomas has the wull
nearly completed for his barn, and Is
framing the timber. Ho will huvo it
dono before tho roses bloom again.
Will H. Kerr Is making-arrangements
to put up a horse burn, for himself, as
soon ns the weather will permit,
Will West nnd wife, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Lake, G, P. Stang and wife, and
Mis, T, W. Stilckland weio entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Culver, ut their
home, on Saturday evening,
The evening set for the Hcbekah so
cial at Jerry Lymun's proving so very
Inclement, only a half dozen ncbekahs
were present, Mr, Lyman Intends to
go to Colorado as soon us he can close
up his business heie,
J. M. Stllwell, of Meshoppen, was
hero on business the fote part of the
week. He owns n saw mill over on the
Whlto creek, two miles from here, und
Is shipping largo consignments of lum-'
ber to parties In the valley.
Maple sugar-making does not seem
to bo a very paying business this, sea
son, tho yield of sup not being as good
as ut other times, Syrup Is selling at
$1 per gallon,
Not since tho "palihy" days of Graver
Cleveland's time have tho people of this
little hamlot been obliged to go away
from tho business part of the town for
mull. Now there has some dllllciilty
come up between Postmaster Tuttle
and C, A. Hungerford, tho owner of
the postollice building, and Tuttle pro
poses to move the business to his own
building in tho south end of tho town
on April l. The patrons are very much
displeased over tho affair, und tho
financial cud of stationery and candy
sales will probably look like thirty
5ehts nftqr the change takes place.
Aspirants for political honors are
quite plenty In Sprlngvlllo, with two
for representative and one looking for
ward to tho position of sheriff.
It now transpires Hint the hotel sale
la not a sale, the whole thing having
gone through, nhd llodney will stay
until some other fellow comes along
with some cash.
The graded school will close on Fri
day next, two weeks earlier than ubuuI,
on hecount of not having two weeks'
vacation during the. holidays, ns has
been the custom.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
PlttHton, March 25. Joseph Delulu, an
Itnllun.wus seriously Injured this morn
ing, while on his way to work at No. 10
breaker. Hln Injuries were treated at
T. W. Kyte's Btore, on the West Side,
wns damaged to the extent of nboitt
$300 yesterday morning by a fire, which
started from n defective flue.
The Exeter Machine company, of the
West Side, Is preparing to enlarge its
electric plant nt It's establishment. At
present a large portion of the machin
ery Is operated by electricity and the
buildings nre lighted In a similar man
ner. Ere long electricity will be used
there exclusively. An order has been
placed for a 230 horse-power motor und
generator, and It Is expected almost any
The strike of the school teachers of
Pltttston township has been settled at
last, and the teachers have won a vic
tory. Although they did not receive
their demands In full, they came as
near it as was possible. They had been
on strike for four months for back sal-ni-inu
enmn rif flm tpnehei's holding or
ders for "sums ranging from $100 to
$1,000. For some unaccountable leason
the annual appropriation from the state
und the receipts from the tax collector
aie not quite enough to meet the
board's burden of expense, and the
teachers arV usually left with little, It
any, money. Their only iccourse was
a stilke. After a four months' strug
gle the trouble has been settled. County
Superintendent Hopper informed the
board that unless the public schools
wore kept open for at least seven
months In the year the state appro
priation would bo withheld. This would
make matters worse than ever, and in
order to have the teachers commence
woik immediately the board decided to
turn over to the teachers the entire
state appropriation, which amounts to
$3,100. AVhilo this sum Is not half
enough to satisfy all the claims, it will
give the teachers a percentage of their
money. The schools opened yesterday,
but theie was a slim attendance, many
of the male pupils. having gone to work
and a large number of the lemales be
ing in attendance at the parochial
Jacob F. Schmultss, chief of police of
Hughestown, was last evening tendered
a surprise party In honor of his birth
Buigess Harry Hunt yesterduy
served notice on the speakeasy keepers
of that borough that they must discon
The marriage of Miss Jesslo Maiian
Benedict to Mr. Eaton Steiner, a
Wllkes-Burre dentist, will take pluce
shortly after the Lenten season.
Miss Annie Best, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Joseph Best, of West Pltttston,
will bo united iu marriage Wednesday
evening to Mr. George A. Frear.of Una
dllla, N. Y. The ceremony will be per
formed by Rev. Dr. S. II. Moon, of
I'roni the 1'itUbuiK Clazettc.
A simple eranlto thaft, a minlntuie Washington
monument, at Wakefield farm on the lower
Potomac-, marks the bpot whero Washington v. .11
bom nnd biought up. The obi country mansion
was limned early In the last century, but tho
brick chimney, within whoso arch four people
could sit, and the corner itones, with a portion
of the foundation, vvcro baled, A sueeeedlng gen
ciatlou tore down the chimney and (lie remnant
of the walls iu oidei to necuic the blicks.
Tis a pretty age that time
in a girl's life when she has all
the beauties, of womanhood
without the later lines of care
But here and there even
among school girls appear pale
and drawn faces.
Pale blood is at the bottom
of the trouble and Scott's
Emulsion can cure it.
Scott's Emulsion brings
back the beauty to pale girls
because it is blood food.
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11 B IIWIWIWMUIJJMaiAJUM EniEIW
AO.Ul!:.MY-"Tlic lnt Mali." Allfrnoou ami
HTAlt Itow S.uYll bomton llcllci company.
Afternoon ami nlslit.
' "The Volunteer Organist."
To ilratnallra a poulir book )i.i been i,bts vork
of many a plijnrbrht in the pai. ltut come
adapter luic (tone n few polnta failbcV In nil
nnce by aiUpllnjt pla)n from songi tint liaa
struck Hie publlc'n fancy. Ono viry titomlncnt
ptujwrlglit went so far bick Into ancient lilv
lory in to lake tlio old, old Jtnale "Captain
Jink of tbe Norte Marine" nr.il weavq n ftory
for tlio stajte around It. The most notable euccoM
In tills soit of woik, boweier, In hem "The
Volunteer Owi'Ut," tho story of tthicb, With
elaboration, hn been taken by William llr.idy
from bis Imiuimcly mccciiful sour of the samo
title. Tho plcco as plajed on jtlie tinge nccefl
Mrlly Intioduics scleral character not found in
Urn boiib, but they are all piccntcd In such a
natural manner lint one almost wonders bow the
beautiful fconir prospered no well without tbeiu.
The pl.iy will be seen at the I.jteum next Trld.iy
Dot Karroll Company.
'Jho Dot Karroll coinpiny which Is billed to ap
pear at Die Academy of .Mudc for tlueo niirlits
and three matinees comnicndiif? Thursday after
noon Is ono of tho stronfecst repcrtolie companies
on the roid. The company, though new In thce
parts, lus earned u wide reputation through the
east. Mis Karroll, howcier, I well known to all
the theater Rolnir public n the original of
"Peck's Had Hoy," ond has nn excellent oppor
tunity a Mamie liiennan to show herself In the
new put iu the mot iiallstlc melodramas, "A
Night iu Chinatown," which vlll be tho open
ing bill for Thursday afternoon and night
purlug the act many chainllng specialties aie
Introduced. MH Karroll will Introduce her tele
hinted character tpeclally toiulstlng oi long
and dances, elr. On Friday afternoon and night
"Peura Mine" will be the attraction and on
Saturday matinee nnd night "Corner Grocery"
will be the bill.
''The Gay 3?aree Burlcsquers."
The folowhu' criliclin rclitcs to tho company
to appear at the Star Thursday, Tiiday and bat
uidiy and is clipped fiom a paper in a city
In which they hae abcady appeared:
"People were turned away at botli perform
ances nt the Kmpirc theater jestcrdiy. The Gay
I'aric Iluilcsquers' pioicd to be ciy entertain
ing. 'The Hello of Tristo' Is the tltlo of tho
opening burlcquc. It I quite funny and found
great favor with, the audience. A long but mot
excellent olio included in it numbers such good
act ns John anil Nellie McCarty In 'The Wall
btrect Hiokcr'j While and While in a (omedy
boxing inalclij Allen and Ilurton, musical kings;
and tho Itey foul flstcrs, nciobntic dinters and
hlngcrs, weie well leeched. Mr. Alblnl iu clever
nnd nmusing tdcight cf hand tricks, proved him
self to bo one of the bet enterlainei in the
Henry K. Dixey w-jll have an inipoitiut part in
Amelia Hinghim's "A Modem Magdalen."
"The l'ast Mail" was repeated at the Acidciny
list night. The engagement will close tonight.
Viola Allen will piy her annual vkit to (lie
Isle of Man this summer, the guest of Mr. and
Mw. Hall Caine.
ltinuor comes from London that Alice .ieI-on
U about to 'return to this country and appear
oncp moie in light opcin.
The new Lyceum theater, New Voile, iniy bo
opened next December by Annie ltusell in I.n
cctte Ityicj' play, "Mice nnd Men."
Corinne has been engaged by George W. l.ederer
for "Tlie Wild lto-e," the new musical faice boon
to be pioduced in Baltimore.
Word comes fiom Sin I'mnrlscr) that Camille
D'Arvillc will letum to the ftage, making lier
appearance in vaudeville at Detioit Apiil 1.
Louis .Ma-on has been engaged by Katluyn Kid
der n leading man in her new play, "Tim Coun
try Gill," winch she will pinduce next month.
Piank Worthing is no longer a member of the
Amelia Hlngham company. Ill-, part in "A
Modern Magdilcn" wa not to .Mr. Worthing's
liking and lie decided to cpilt.
Kiiko La Shello will shortly produce a new war
play with the title "Comrades In Arms." Its
author is lhigene Walters, a former cavalryman.
It i stated that Charles rrohman owns 234
pla.vs and i the manager of thirtv-seven stars,
besides owning the- propiietary right to GOT
actois and aetrcs-e.
Reports from PIttslimg and Clevclind, where
Jnmes K. Hackett put on "The Ciisi," says Ih.at
the piece is u failure and will have to be rewrit
ten before again pioduced,
Yvetle Guilb.rt's novel, "La Vadclte," which
has just come out in Pan's, draw n'vlvid picture
of tiie life of the Paiisian concert hall fingers,
their trial, haidshipj and temptations.
It wa under (tencial Methucn that Pergeant
Campbell, the huiband of Mis. I'atiick Camp
bell, wa killed iu battle two year aso in the
Trantvaal, leaving ber witii two childicn,
Hilda Thorn i wilt deseit vaudeville ami be one
of next season' stais, appearing in, a play called
"The l'isherman' Pmghtcr," written by Milton
Nobles and Stanley Wood. Lou UM will be the
DIFFICULTY WITH VERBS.
Troubles That Chtldien Have in
Learning' to Talk,
l'roui the Milwaukee .Sentinel,
It lias been truthfully said that chil
dren learn more durlntr their first six
years of llfo than during the eight
yeats .spent in the ward school. Dur
ing this period the child Miowh le
inarkable precocity In learning the
mother tongue, and appeals to learn
two languages us easily as one, Ho
will learn a foielgn language, If thrown
among foreigners, bettor during these
ilrst six years than he can in a com
plete courso in hchool. This Is proved
by the thousands of C-year-oltls In tills
pity who speak good Kngllhh, xvhlle
their parents cannot spealc Kngllsh at
Tho strenuous effort of these little
ones to acquire a medium for the ex
prestiion of their quaint ideas, as well
as their desire to spealc correctly, xvus
shown the other day in a conversation
between a littln student and her
(namina, Tho child had experienced
much dlflleulty In mastering tho var
ious foims ot the verb "to be," and
had been corrected times without num
ber by tho mother, who believes Unit
the time to teach cotrect KugllBh Is
during tho ilrst stage3 of progress. The
child peislsted In mixing the "anus,"
"weres" nnd "beens" to an alarming
degiee, and had been corrected, until
tho mother had lost nil patience und tit
last told the child that in the futuro
she would not answer questions not
properly framed, thinking this plan
would make tho child moro cuieful in
tho selection of words.
The other day, tho mother was sit
ting crocheting a jacket for tho baby,
and Lucille stood near, wondering what
her mamma was doing. Finally her
curiosity became so strong that she
'Mamma, what Is that going to be?"
Tho mother, busy counting stitches,
failed to hear tho question, and con
tinued her count without answering.
The child, thinking sho wus not an
swering beruusu sho had mado another
hoiriblo blunder, thought a while, und
at last Kfild:
"Mamma, what is that going to aie?"
This the mother heard, und simultan
eously recalled tho Ilrst question of tlio
child. Wondering what would como
next, she mulntulned silence, and the
llttlo onei stood In perplexity, first on
ono foot, then on tho other. After homo
weighty thinking, sha said:
"Maminu, what uro that going to Is?"
No answer, and another period of si
lence. Then; j
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UAltN roil nilNT $12, April 1st, three box and
three tilngle stalls and wash rack, lear ot
321 Madison avenue. Inquiie ut CJ1 Madison ave.
I'OIt ItllNT More building for rent in Uickson
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under all, nnd second story can be arranged for
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coal hioakors and mines close by emplojlng over
a thousand people. An enterprising merchant
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mil lir.VT Rlnrn ninn nn tf.fni.il flnnr OVCr !U0
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Adams avenue. ,
rUItNISIIER ItOOMS for rent, modem improve
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roil IinXT Furnished front room, with heat,
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sale at once. Uubin Diamond Co., 22j Lick
l'Oll SALE Cheap, icfrigcrator, gas langr, win
dow screens, draperies. Oil heater and other
household goods at CO! Washington avenue.
FOIl SALE Laigo oik bookcase suitable for law
ci'a or doctoi's office. 320 Monroe avenue.
HOUSES Account of leaving the city the under
signed oilers his matched team ot seal browns
for tale; aie a Ilrst class and most desinble
pair, and aie wananted kind and true in alt
lurncs.sj must be sold bcfoio April 1. A. II.
Stevens, 1401 Capou-e avenue.
FOIl SALE Just arrived with forty hoises, good
workeis and diiveis; weight 1100 to 1300; can
be seen at 334 liaj mond court. F. M. Cobb.
CARPETS, linoleums and oil cloths sold every
day li o'clock. 503 Lackawanna. See auctions.
FOR SALE Fine kindling wood, stove length.
Two dollars big load delivered anywhere.
MalKordois. Jennings, Central Mines, cut, AUo
second hand lumber suitable for all purposes,
FOR SALE New house on Cornell street. Round
Woods Park; modern inipioveiiitnts; i.y
terms. Apply to Spiing Brook Luinbei Co.,
Mooic, l'a., or E. S. Woodhoibr.
FOR SALE House containing 0 rooms and lutli;
will (.oil for sl'0 if tnlrl nr- n.wn -I I In
FARM FOR SALE or exchange lor city property
situate in Snsqueluiiua coiintv; impiovcd;
well watered; suitable for daiij'lng, stock or
sheep raising and gcueial fanning. Hanjcn, At
torney, 32!)!-. Washington avenue.
FOR SALE One-half acre lot, 7-iooin house, good
well ol water, bony bu-hes, grape vines, fiuit
trees of difieicnt kincU; vUll lie sold tlieip or
niignt bo exchanged foi house and lot in tltv, Ly
Clonics II. Koeinei, Spring stieet, Cl.iik's (ircen,
or Sam Koeinei, u2! Llncuu ave., Scianton, Pa.
FOR SvI.E One houo and lot, modem im
piovemcnts, and two liniuovcil vacant lots,
No. 512 Noith lllakely street, Dimmoie, Pa.
Addtcss Alucit Jenkins, houth Canaan, Wnvne
FOR SALE Fin nlt-hcd cottage at Lake Henry,
Maplevviod, Pa four beds, spilngs uud nut
tievses, two stoves, tilt kitchen utensils; piim
s-iJO. For paitlculan addicss R. W. Odind, GU
Wct.crvelt avenue, Pialnfield, N, J.
HARNESS BUSINESS l'Oll SALE oil easy tcnm,
in u town ot 5,000 Inhabitants, and no othei
shop in tho town. Addicos Harness, Tribune
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Write for our special market letter, 1'reo on
application. S. M. Hltibaid 4c Co., members N.
, Consolidated and Stock S.xcliange, 41 and 16
Broadway,- New Yoik. Established 1601. Long
Distance' riiono 233S Broad.
Lost or Strayed.
I.OsT OR STRAYED from 423 Pieseutt avenue,
use iiigiu, wime uuiiciog, itewaiti to finiler.
l)n Id J, Reedy, Attorney.
"Mumnin, what nm Hint golns: to
Still no answer, and tears filled the
blue eyes nnd tlio red lips became
pursed with perplexity. The eyes lllled
nnd mn over, and still the mother snt
unmoved) with a mischievous smile
lm kliiu In hor eyes, wnltlner for further
results, unci doturmlned to liiuke up for
all this miffiilali by n bountiful supply
of htiBs and hisses.
In one Htipremo effort, as thoiiKh
reallaliiK that this was her last chance,
ijuciiio burst into a mighty sob uud,
breuUlnp; tho bonds of self-restraint
with which sho had bound herself,
".Mnmnui! Whut was Unit u-goln'
I overhcaid a lbcly argument between llueo
collige gills while wailing foi u i'jlh iu fiont
of tho publiu library the other night.
"Which Is coneet," akcd thp (lilt, "to sjy
'lieiu tho eoiiieV or 'licie it comes?' " us the
attention of the trio, was dliected tovvanl a car
appioachtiig in the dUlunee,
' ilciu It ioine,' of rouise" ciuphaticallv de
C'ljicd une of (he gioup,
"No, I Ihlnl; 'hpic! slie eonie.' it prcfeiablc,"
quickly ii'tortcd the firnt -pcaker, still watehlug
"ou uie both vvioi.g, jpu aiubolh wrong,'1
spoke up tho third, Juiuplig up and down ii.
illidly; ")ou sliould bay '(jero lie tomes.' "
'I lm iciiuiU tij aii'.iisnl the other tnii that
lliclr uttcutloii was suddenly divided fiom the
rapidly Hearing c.u, as they laughed In feigned
dciUion ot their lonipjiilou' si-il-c of grammar.
But the gill v.ho had spokin l.iit kept hci
rjes on (lu- tar, watching it cloudy as it fume
mure clearly Into view.
'(llil. I urn right," she ikouted at them n
unexpectedly that the two turned tovvanl the
street at once.
"sou, it U a null e-ar," tho iiolulcd out trj
luiipUautly to the wuprU'J couplp who mvv hie
of'tlw vvhltc tiollejs cumins- down the traik;
"hero he loines." Boston llecord-
HRANOII WANT OFFICES.
Want Advortlsflmonts Will Bo
Received nt Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
AI.nr.rtT SClIUIrZ. corner Mulhcrrj
street and Webster avenue.
OUSTAV l'IClILL, OJO Adams avenue.
atOltan W. JENKINS, lot South Mala
I'lltD L. TCHl'l'E, no Cedar arenuc.
(3EO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market street.
ClIAIlLr.3 V. JONLS, 1M7 Dickson
r. J. JOHNS, f20 Green ltldge street.
C. LOItUNZ, corner Washington ave
nue and Marlon street.
1 1 Petersburg'
W. II. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. O. BONE tc EON.
Help Wanted Malo.
YOUNO MEN wanted any distance, omv letttM,
homo evenings and icturn to us, We paj S
per thousand send addiesscd envelope, pjitlculai-s
and copy. F. M. C. Dept. 413, lto. 1111, l'hlla-
WANTED Experienced silesniau, for domestic!
and linen pepartment. Addie.s Jonas Long's
WANTED Men to leitn bulier ti ide; new s.vs
tun; only eight wctk required; wages
Sitmdajs while le.uni'ig; tools doiitid; dip
lomas awarded; steady position positively gun
aiileed when thiaugh; catalogues mailed (ren.
Jloler's liaiber School, New York city.
WANTED Two experienced stcnographcis; ap
ply to International Salt Co., Council build
ing, Scranton, l'a.
WANTED By one of tho jiget and hc,t old
line itismanee companies, district agent for
Catbondale and Hcncsdale. Exceptionally favor
able contracts. Address Superintendent of
Agencies, Ilox 2i0.
Help Wanted Female.
LADY SOLICITOR to work exclusively among
women; pioposition recommended by all
plosiciins; good profits, for worker. Address
1'., Tribune ofilce.
WANTED A capable Christian woman to be
housekeeper and assistant in.ltion in one of
the institutions of this cily; one who can teach
tho girLt domestic living iu all its bunches. Ap
ply to "Clnlmian, 20'J Jefferson avenue, Scran
TWO YOUNfJ women wanted as billing clerks.
Must bo uccur.ile und quick at figure.-.. Applv
in own liandvritlng, giving lefercnccs, to "lull
ing Clerk," Tribune office.
YOUNO LADIES wanted any distance, ropy let
ters, home evenings and icturn to iii. We pay
$3 per thousand send addressed envelope, pirticu-.
Ian and copy. F. M. C. Dept Hi, Hot 1111,
WANTED (Jlrl for general housework in family
of tlnce. Apply to Mrs. John N. llughts,
1001 Ridge Row.
LADY CANVASSER wanted to solicit subscrip
tions for The Tribune; good commission of
feicd with a fair guarantee for first-class woiker.
Apply peir-onally at Business Manager's ofiiee,
ACJENTS WWTKD To sell the Maiki" Menthol
Inhaler; quick selling article; 2." u week
easily made. Call nt 017 Mulberry stieet. I. J.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able bodied un
married men between the ages of 21 and &j;
citizens of tho. United States, of good character
and tempeiale lubits, who can speak, rad add
write English, t'ei Infoiiiiulion applj to Recruit
ing Otllcc, No. 12J W'joming avenue, Scranton,
SITUATION WANTED-As housekeeper; ran give
gooil lefeienee. Audreys 1.. .1., 'tribune oltlce.
SITFATipX WANTED-lly a compi lent gill for
general houscvvoik oi cook, tall ..u-.! Frank
lin avenue, city.
WOMAN wants wink at washing, ironing and
houseclcanlng, Addicss ii, II., Tiihune office.
TWO OIRLS would like a position as Hist and
second ghls or child's nuise; icfcreuccH
given. Addiess Bo-; lus, Montiose, Pa.
WAMIlf) Board in country (during July and
August), for finally of five, or fiunlslied
house, vvith'hoaid ncailiy; niu't bo near station.
Addiess W, It. 0., Ma Monroe avenue, Scianton,
PRIVATE FAMILY wishes to hive two nice men
"to board, Cicniian oi English. Call uuy tima
after Thursday, Alt conveniences, b07 Harrison
Rooms and Board.
FOR RENT Two t oniniunIc.it lug rooms with
bojid in pi bate family. Hot u'J.
Wanted Rooms nnd Board,
WANTED Two rur.municatlng looms with board,
pllvata family piiferred, Two ladies and it
RciitUinan State lull paiticnlais. Addnsi C.
11, D Tilbuno iifflte.
TJnfurnlslied Rooms Wanted.
WANTED Two, tluee of four iiniuinlshid looms
with modem conveniences near unu.il city
foe man nnd wife. AddresH Mi-s F. E. Wilson,
(121 Wathlugton avenue.
Wanted To Rsnt.
WANTED ItOOMS For two adults, tlnco or four
rooms, lurmsucu ur uniunii.iieti lor vcr
light housekeeping, tint Hoot preferred. Addieu
M, B., Tribune ofilce.
WANTED Fuinlshed liomo or four ur live looms
for housekeeping. Address A. C, I.., Tribune
Dry, dean and moduli up-to-date
stoiage; scpaiale looms;
individual kevs: clevatoi, in
ideal stoiago foi household clfeets, .etc, Tldriy
separate stoiuge looms. Scranton btoiagu eo;n
pan j, 113 Fiankliu nvenuc.
HARD WOOD FLOOIIS-T'he lwt nude, and ut
(he lovvct piice, at 0. W, llis-ilci't, Jii
Green ltldge stieet,
RHEUMATISM-All mitlm tlut vvUh ran bo
sucedilv ami pcuuaueutly curd of ull va.
rictie. of illicumatliin by a vegetable louipouud.
I'uiw gvaiaiiteed. Inquiie or addrc4 J t. TJ'-
3 Insertions 25 Cents
MoreTlui Pour Lines, fi Cents for Kncfi Ultra Llis,
A JIEETINd of the inembeta of the Uickuvvamu
Store Assoclntlcn Limited, will be held ut the
otllcc of the association In Scranton, Pa., cm
Mouthy, the lllh day of April, A. I). 1IXK, ut
halt i.isl two o'clock In the afternoon, for the
purpose of taking action upon tho question of
dissolving The Liekaw.inim Store Association
Limited, by voluntary actlcn of Hie membeis,
and, In cuse it Is decided to dissolve tho Mhi
association, then for the further purpose of elect
ing three llquldltlng trustees to wind up Ills
n Ha Irs of the association according to jaw.
II. S. FAIRCII1I.D, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa,, March "2, 1POJ.
IS REl ESTATE of William .1. Lewis, late of the
CUV td SeiJiiton, County' of Liickuvinntia,
Stale of l'eiins) hauls, dcieiued.
Ltters testamentary on the mm cupallve will
having been granted to the undersigned on tho
above esliitc, nil persons having claims or de
mands agalnt the same will please present them
for payment, and all those indebted theieto will
make Immediate pa) incut tn
THE LvCKAWAN.NA TRUST AND SAFE DE
POSIT ( O.MPANV, OF SCRANTON,
WELLES & TORIIEY, Attorney.
THE UNDERSItlNEIl will lecelve proposals, at
the mill, for painting the entire exterior
woodwork of their factory, one coil oil pnlnt.
Will furnish all p.ilnls and oils ourselves. None
but responsible) putlcs need figure on the job.
The Scianton Lace Ciiitaln Company.
U. S. Poslofllee Building, Scranton Pa..
.March 23, 1902.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be lecelved at this
building until 2 o'clock p. in., Monday, April
7, 1902, for furnishing fuel, lights, water, he,
miscellaneous Hiippllcs, washing towels, bulling
ashes and spi inkling streets for this building din
ing the lUc.il yeirs ending June 30, 11)01, or melt
portion of the )ear as may tie deemed advisable.
The tight to reject any and all bids Is icserveel
by the 'lcjnui) Department.
EXIt V If. RIPPLE Custodian.
KATUItDAV, MARCH 29, 10 o'clock a. m. shup
Wc will sell entile contents of the tcsldcncp
of L. J. W'illhms, 6J2 Madison avenue, mar Vino
stieet, consisting of Hie following: Bedroom
suits, cupels (Axniinlstcr and Bnts-els). i ut
gl.ussw.uc, sldoboaid (cost fTI'iOO), two (fnind
father's clocks, French pallor suit, bedding,
linen, pUltucs, Peie cabinet upright grand
plane, nil paintings, cutlery, lace curtains, pir
lor tables (In oak), 10 foot extension t ible (tikt
$11). 00, in oak), dining ch.iir.s, dishes, cooking
iilenslls, crockerv, silverware, table linen; in
shoit, )ou will find everv thing for housekeeping.
Ever) body attend; no limit, no leservc; every
thing must be sold. Silo positive; rain or shine,
Cummliigs ilios., Auctionccis. ,
20,000 YARDS CARPETS, oil clotlis and mattings,
one ton table silveiwaie, one cai load linen
sheets, table clotlis, inpkins, pillow eases, tn.el,
5,000 paiis fancy lace curtains. Many other things
loo numerous to mention. At auction, 12il Wash
ington avenue, opposite Connell building. Sales
10 n. in.. 9 mill 7 ii. in.
10 a. Ill,,
ami i n. in.
CUMMINOS BROS., Auctioneers.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONE TO LOAN-Qulck.
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V. Walkei,
314-31o Connell building.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C SPAULDINC. 2J TRADERS BANK
Building, and St. Paul Building, New York.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELL'
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH. B REAL
Estate Exchange Bldg.. 120 Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, COO CONNELL BUILDINO.
DR. C. E. EILENBEROER, l'AULI BUILDINO.
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. O. C, LAUBACH, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
WTI.LARD, WARREN is KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
anil tounscllois-at-Law, 00J to 012 Connell
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.'
noouu 12, H, io and 18 Burr Building.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS NEGO
tlated on real estate becurity. Mears Building,
corner Washington avenue and Sprues street.
JESSUP i- JESSIIP. ATTORNEYS AND COUN-tellors-at-law-.
Commonwealth Building, Roomi
19, 0 and 21.
1"5JVABn W- THAYER. ATronNEY. R00M1
Wl-'Mi, Oth fioor, Mears building.
U A, U'ATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARli
01 Trade Building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTP.?0'V WILCOX, TRADER'S NATIONAL
C. COMEGYS. 0-13 RPPUBL1CAN BUILDINO.
A.v,ni:,!r"01'1'- oitice moved to no.
211 W)om!ng avenue.
Physicians and Surgeons,
DR. W. E. ALLEN, SU N6nTllWASHINarON
UK. S, W. L'AMORE UX, OKriCE 339 WASH
ington avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chionlo nUca.-es, lungs, heart, Mdne)i ami
genlto-uiinary organs a specialty. Hours, I
to 4 p. m.
DR. 1). G, F.VANS. OSIT.OPATH. 12C8 WASH.
ington avenue, tluonle and neivous disfiesee
pcclally. Coiisultalion dec. -.
P. C PEFSEIt, MIS BAC. TE VCUEIlwOF
olee t'ulluie, lliimouy, Coiinlerpolnt "."und
I'oinposltlLn. tJiiripysilloiis cdiifeled an k is
visid foi publlcallon. -JrNiivv Yml: stieet:!
Hotels nnd Restaurants.
THE ELK OtFE, 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE.
nue. Bales teasouablc, r.
P. Z1EGLEI1. Proprietor,
SCRANTON HOUSE, NjLMt D.', L. & W, VJit.
forger depot. Conducted on the European
run. vjuiuh ivucn, rropnetor.
A, IL BRIOOSCLEANS PRIVY VAULT'S ND
ceu pools; no jdor; only improved pumps Ud.
A. II. Briggs, proprlitor, Leave orders'lliK)
North Main avenue, or ElcLe'g drug ttore.cdr.
ner Adairs and Miillicny. Both telephones."
a. B, CLARKE i: CO., SEEDSMEN AND NUR
rr)inen, stoic 201 W aahlngton avenue; grenci
Inuscs, 1M0 North Main -avenue; sioro tuk
JOSEPH KUETlT.Ti, HEAR Oil LACKA. AVE.,
Ssranton, Pa,, manufacturer of Wiio bcreem.
DKESaMAHINfJ FOR CIIILUBEN TO GI1DFR;
also Udixs waists, l.ouisc Shoemaker, 21 J
Adams avenue, ' '
MEOARQEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES. F.N
v clones, p.ipT bags, twins. Warehouse, 10
Wosliliigten avcrue, Scranton, l'a.
THE WlLKESBAllltE lU'COHD CAN .BE HAD
iu Scranton at the i.cn'i stand of Rtl.iirua
Bios.. 400 turuce and M.I I.liulcn: SI. N'nrlon.
L 322 IjkUwuiuu avenue; I. & Schutzer, 211
f Scruce street.