Newspaper Page Text
, - 1
T i iff1
i v.,- f
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURDAt, MAY 22, 1902.
wmiiii ir.ir "v '. H'd..'-
Makes delicious hot biscuit
griddle cakes, rolls, ,
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST. NEW YORK
GATHEIWIyG OF FATHER
THEW MEN AT OLYPHANT,
At the First Day of the Meeting of
the Catholic Totnl Abstinence
Union of the Scrnnton Diocese the
Reports of the Officers Were Bead
Which Showed lhnfc the Union Is
in Good Condition Address Deliv
ered by Rov. P. D". Murphy, of
The twentieth numml convention o
(he Catholic Total Abstinence Union
4)f the Scrnnton diocese waH ciillfd to
order at 10' o'clock yosterdny morning
nt the Father Mnthew opera house,
Olyphant, with 148 delegates present,
representing nil but twelve of the va
rious societies in the diocese. The re
mainder of the societies wore repre
sented by delegatus who handed in
their credentials later in the day.
Prior to the assembly1 of the delegates
the members or the Olyphant society
and a. large number of the visitors at
tended the celebration of low mass at
St. Patrick's Catholic church. The mass
was celebrated by the president of the
Union, Rev. J. J. Curran, of Wllkes
Barrc. The convention proper opened with
prayer by the president, followed by
the appointment of the following1 com
mittees and secretaries:
Credentials Alexander Mulhcrin, Ficcland;
Thomas Muonry, Cirbondilc; Walter McN'ichols,
Auditing John 11. MrDonncll, Torcst City;
XI. S. Lael!e, West Seranton; M. J. McXulty,
ltesolutions Bcv, J. V. Jloylan, North Scran
ton; .1. C. Gallagher, West Srranton; II. A. Kel
ly, Carhondalc; John A. Itcilly, Archbald; J.imea
DuirRin, Seranton; M. .1. Walsh, Wilkes-Barre;
Itiihurd Blown, PI mouth; V. L. Kennedy, Jer
jnjn; Mr. Murphy, Wilkes-Barre.
Constltution.il D. .1. Campbell, Seranton;
J.imea McKunc, Aoin; Timothy bilhool, Carbon
dale; John F. Meflro.uty, Kingston; Michael Mc
.Assistant Seen lnrie M. ,1, Ttaderty, South
Ecraulon; K. J. Phllbln, Auhbald.
President Curran then made a few
preliminary remarks, and introduced
Hew P. J. Murphy, pastor of St. Pat
rick's Catholic church of Olyphant, who
delivered the opening address to the
convention. He spoke, in part, as fol
lows: SOUND, PRACTICAL, TALK.
ltevennd Fathers and Dologatci ot the llio
ce.an Contention: In I he name o( the cjtlrcn of
Obphaut, I vvlenJ to jnu a voidial wejoome.
Wo feel honored i.i luinir such a distinguLMied
convention held in our town, and I hope you will
erjoy your short vWl with in, and return to your
homes benefited by our sojourn In Olyphant,
and pleased with the hospitality and Ecnrroiity
of its people.
I invoke the Holv Spirit to as-lit you tu enact
wise legislation for the advancement of the tern
peianie cause. The industrial icvolitlion of the
twentieth century has compelled men to organ
ize for protection. The grcut (pustlons of the
clay aie of a social natme. The Indliidiial'to ba
fcucccssful, must Identify hemself with the social
civilisation arouml him. Clubs aie formed for
social amusement; pirtles arj orcanUrd for po
litical advancement; und capital is inciged into
immense trtuti, contiolllnR the chief industries
of the. country.
Vour union has for its object the promotion of
the tcnip.-r.inec cause. It ic not an organization
for collecting due, mid purchasing badges mid
iraudy banners. It thuuld liaie nothing to do
v ltd the management of opera houses or clanclnif
Lilt. Uiciy hoclcty should liaic a lull clciotcd
exclusively to the oik of the society, and lo
calid In the very heart of the toun,
The hall should posMv.3 lictinc room, bath
room, smoking and amusement apartments, and
a 'public library. The, dooia of the library and
reading room must bo upm at nil times for the
members and tlndr li lends What vuu need in
the union is mom woile, and 1cm display of ora
toiy. Work diirlops the veiy soul of the organlzatbn.
Vour object is to promote decent Ihinir, and
rood thinking amom; your associates. This is a
.noble and patriotic wcik, and you iac the np.
i proval of nil good men in 0ur endeavor. You
are inducing men to abstain from Intoxicant
through moral euasinn, and not by cocicioii.
What you want is the inspli.itlnn. of the Holy
Ohost In your work, nml then conies love, which
is above nil selfishness. This love Is necriM.vy
in your organization, and you must he In harmony
ivlth one another. I apprnie of the quarterly
tallies held by your fioclctlc, as they are icry
conducive to the upbuilding of Our organization,''
Im more Iob nnd more work U needed u the
tame. Yon must pray for your fallen brother,
and help lift him up to hU place In society,
POINTED TO Y. M, C. A. '
Durlne his remarks, the speaker took
occasion to refer to tho substantial
building. now being erected In Seranton
by the Ypunijr Men'a Christian assocla.
tlon, .anri-pblnted o It asan example
for th&TCahoJBocletie' to follow,
There is' nothing morftponrjiicve to the
'...,),. .ii,ni;.. . .. uil' ..vi. . , ,
u,MU4iuiuo ui ifin FuvCUCB,r ijje SU1U,
than the erection of buildings to meet
tho recjulrementsf the 'community Jn
whfeh the i societies are located. We
grow tired of talking about (he degra
daton of tie drunkard.'i What ye want
?day i,papjica work' and buildings
to'carry.on' the work, -"
The Irish-American Is making good
progress and an Irishman of any prin
ciple does not want to be Identified
with th saloon, as It if a disgrace,
Father Murphy's address; walBtened
to with the cJoest. atentl;- and was
followed with short addresees; by Rev,
T. V. Moylan, of North Seranton; Rv,
P. J. Boland, of South Scran top; and
Itev. J. J. O'Donnell, of Olyphant.
Tho delegates were led in tho
singing of "Columbia, the Gem of tho
Ocean," by President Curran, accom
panied by Itev. Moylan, and then sang
"My Old Kentucky Home." Misses
Anna S. and Lillie Gallagher of Wilkes
Barre, favored the convention with
solos, and after the veport of tho com
mittee on credentials had been re
ceived, and the committee continued,
adjournment was made until 2 o'clock.
The committee of arrangements of
(he Olyphant society included M. J.
McHale, James H. Lally, Stephen
Reap, Edward Lawler, William P. Col
lier. The reception committee included
William P. McHale. James C. Carbine,
Harry Kelly, James Walsh, M. J. Mur
phy, J. C Collier nnd Martin Grimes.
The afternoon session was called to
order by President Curran at 2.15
o'clock with prayer. The opening sons
was "Annie Laurie," and the opening
address of welcome was delivered by
Burgess John J. Manning, of Olyphant.
Rev. P. J. McManus, ot Green Ridge,
followed with an advisory address.
"Take care that you do Important work
for the benefit of your members," he
said, "and may your cause always
bring happiness to your members,"
Secretary Timothy Burke, of Seran
ton, followed with his annual report, in
which he announced a total of seventy-four
societies in the Union, with
a membership of 10,109 at the
present time. The receipts for the
year were $1,67,42, and the expen
ditures were $965.58. The report was
accepted and referred to the auditing
Treasurer W. R. Malloy, of Carbon
dale, reported a balance on hand nt the
last audit of $554.30, and a balance
now on hand of $713.34 This report was
also referred to the auditing commit
tee. The annual address of the presi
dent, Rev. J. J. Curran, was then giv
en by him. He reported thnt during
the year 20,000 copies of Archbishop
Ireland's lecture delivered at the Hart
ford national convention were distrib
uted, and new societies were added
in West Seranton and Wilkes-Barre.
The quarterly conventions have done
noble work during the year, and kept
the movement constantly before the
public. He suggested ' holding these
conventions under the auspices of all
societies not too far removed from the
centre of population. The following
recommendations were offered:
First That a committee ot five be appointed to
wait on Dunmoie and I'ittston societies and en
deavor to reclaim them to the union.
Second Tli3t this committee wait on lit. Itev.
BUhop Hoban and pastors of the various societies,
isitli a Uew to obtaining their co-operation in
Third That this committee attend the stale
convention of I'ennslanla and prevail upon that
assemblage to consider the advisability cf having
their societies join the union.
The report was enthusiastically re
ceived and ordered spread on the min
utes. Rev. J. J. McCabe, of Auburn
Centre, the spiritual director of the
union, was seen to enter the hall, and
was called to the stage, and made a
brief nddress, in which he hoped for
the success of the convention.
Tho reports of the four district presi
dents were called for, and were made
by William Peel, of Carbondale; M. S.
I.avelle, of West Seranton: Charles
Lavln, of Wilkes-Barre, nnd Alexunder
Mulhcrin, of Freelnnd. All of them in
cluded increased membership, and re
newed interest In the cause of total ab
stinence. The latter referred to the
special work being done among chil
dren. On motion, tho vice presidents of the
four districts we're granted a yoice und
vote In the convention. First Vice
President W. R. ailroy, of Archbald,
was called to the chair, temporarily,
nnd Miss LIIHe Gallagher, of Wilkes
Rarro, favored the assemblage with a
The report of the auditing committee
was made, which showed the books to
be In proper shape. The committee on
credentials reported seventy-four soci
eties represented by 154 delegates. Dele
gate M. J. O'Toole reported Instructions
from his society to try and have the
rules suspended and officers elected ut
this session. Tho motion was made,
und seconded, but the motion was
John F, McDonnell, of Forest City,
delegate to the last national conven
tion at Hartford, made his report.which
was accepted and placed on file, J, C.
Oallagher reported for the special com
mittee on constitutional amendments,
appointed at the last sessions, which
has been termed "the ripper bill." The
proposed amendments were read by
him, and on motion the consideration
of the amendments was deferred until
this morning a session.
Rev, Moore,' of Freeland, a noted
temperance worker, was called upon to
address the convention, and guvo a
etlrrin address. He Is a very forceful
and earnest speaker, and eloquently il
lustrated the three attributes of life
Intelligence, freedom and love as be
ing the first principles in Imitation of
God, The convention closed with the
singing of "Killarney,"
This morning maw will be said In
St. Patrick's church at 8 o'clock, for
the repoM of the souls of the departed
members, and the convention will re
convene at 9 o'clock.
Wall Street Review.
New York, May HI. The tone of resistance to
deprciion was still manltest In today's itock
market, nolultfislnndlnt; Its dull and n.moif pro
ftisloiial character. There was not much assist,
atiio In the nay of sticngth derived from the
coal Mocks cither, which were dull and sluggish
all day until just before the close, when prion
hardened there and elsewhere In tho market.
Yesterday's hopes thnt thc'acttiltics of the Civic
1'cdcrntlon Mere piominlng for n xntictnent of
the strike "etc somen hat dashed by the aggrieved
tone taken by the ccal operators tounrus those
activities, una street, however, maintains its
conviction that the two sides to tho strangle arc
not ciy far r.,iarl nml both averse to a long and
costly struggle. Tho consci)uincc Is a constant
expectation of the outcome of u settlement, 'the
vutispicuotii stietigth of Canadian l'nclflc and its
affiliated lines continued tuday and wus a
notable influence ot 'the whole market. The
strength of the stuck' was unexplained beyond
floor room gossip of the imminence ol a. coiner
and a ictiuil ot the hopes ot a strong tr.iiw At
lantic slcatmhlp line' In the Interest of tho line
and to bq.subsldlzcd by the Canadian goicrnmcnt.
Another sustaining factor was the wide ndtancos
of slocks in the usually Inactive stocks and of
minor i.illriHul stocks available for combinations
nml' nbrorpttons. The demand for those clocks
was stimulated bv the details ot the plan for
tnlilnt; oier the Chicago, Indlanipolls and Louis
lllle in the Joint interest of the Southern Ilnllwny
and the Louisville and Nashville, nnd the ac
quisition of the Ann Albor In the InteieH of the
Wabash. The stocks Immediately concerned In
these deals were rnllur heavy, but biiylnir cf n
large number of other stocks could ba traced to
their influence. A jump of 21 points In Cleveland,
Lorain and wheeling and of ft pcints lit the pre
ferred were exiniples. So'iic -e of strenxth
was given to the soft coal t , by the sup
position that the contluiMticc ui the anthracite
strike would lead to an Jnercise of their traffic.
There was Win fear that tin1 stilkp would spieod
to the bitiimlnniu co.il trade. .There was aiofrcs
she liuylni: of Amalgamated Copper at Inter
vals durins tho day. A further advance in the
price of law copper hero and btn-UKtli in the
London copper luniket were nipplrmcntcd by lc
ports of Rrc.it improvement in the trade. There
vveie also itinioi.s of a compromise ot the conflict
of Interests In the trade. Total nalcs, dJO.kOO
sharcj. Uontls were dull but unlet and Arm.
Totnl Mies, pur value, fJ.tlft.rXK). United States
nevr Is declined JJ, the old Is nnd the 8s U and
the 2s ii per cent, on tho last call today.
The tollowlnc quotations are fumlshej Tin
Tribune by Haight & Krcrse Co., 311-315 Mean
building. W. ii. ltunyon, menagcr.
Open. Hlch. Low. Close.
Amal. Copper dl)i 7014 t.S!3 "O'li
Am. Car & Foundry tfO !W',, :;0 30
American Jce S', Vi lSlt 1S',4
Aniciican Ice, l'r (it CI',;. HI lll'-i
Amcr. Iocoinotlvc 10'f, :il',i Wlvi Sl',i
Am. Locomotive, l'r.... 1U,1 92 PHi ft!
Am. Smelt. & Itef. Co... Iil'.i 47U -iCVs l?i
American Sujjar Vly'i. IMi 12Vs 128
Anaconda Copper lUVi ll.iU 11211 Jl."
Atchlsen 7S?a Tfl'.fc VS-'.a 70V
Atchison. Pr !I7V- HSV4 t'T'-i Wd
Hal. & Ohio ino'i looy, jobv, nwh
Ilrookln K. T 5Tfc IMU 0c Hi
Canadian I'acillc Ut lWift 133 4 19i
Chos. & Ohio 4DVI 47 40!i 4i
Chlcapo & Alton M7'4 tilii Sl'b SUM
Chic. & O. W 2S's SOU 28 2!',4
Chic, Mil. k St. I' ....HisVi Iff) )D7Ts JM
Chic. It. I. k 1' 171 172'j 171 172'4
Col. Fuel lion nb',4 ii PS :il)
Col. & Southern ?5i 30, ;;o' 3)14
Col. It South., 2d l'r .. ?i 1'lft 42U 1.1
Pel. 4; Hud ...173 170 171 170
Krie :;0TA .17 W .")" H7V4
Krie, 1st Pr (i7Ts iTs fiT'.a 7?t
Hrie, 2d Pr f2 52 r2 62
Hocking Valley Sl'.i M',4 MM HlH
Illinois Cential 152H l."2'& 132U Vil'A
Kansas City & Southern. :!l'.i 3l'.i 31U SHU
Louis. & Xash 111)'. 14(1'. 1.19T4 110
Manhattan 132 132 ISlft 132
Met. Street Ity 117s; 14S' 1)7 1WJ
Mexican Central 273i 27 274 27i
Mo. Kan. & Tex 2.".4 S3V6 2"U 2'Va
Mo. Kan. & Tex., Pr ... fid SO 65 SO
Missouri Pacific MM W'.i fi Wit
N. Y. Central 15f. .W.i lV,i 150s
Norfolk k Western fifths f7 ."'i f.7
Ont. & West 32 3.TU -12 33 !&
I'ennylvanU It. R 14Q',8 D0!4 It') HH's
People's (las 102 11)2 102 102l)s
1'res.scd Steel Car It 44',i 41 41'4
Heading .)' WJi 02 Mi
Heading, li.t Pr S3 fil S2 fit
lieadlng, 2d l'r MM V)b as ffl',5
Itepublio Steel 17'j 17 17',& 17
lleptibllo Steel, Pr 72 72 72 72
St. Louis lc San ITan... (17'.a OS 07'4 fi7
Southern Pacific r,l fil ftl'd 64
Souhtern It. 11 37 T 3Ts 37
Southern II. It., Pr !).- (G prj P4
Tenn. Coal k Iron M'. MM ( os4
Texas J: Pacific 401i 40!'. 404 401s
Union Pacific 104(6 lOITs 104 104
Union Pacific, Pr 87 88 87",i 8S
tT. S. Leather 1.) 13 13 13
IT. S. Leather, Pr 8416 81'i 83 8I'4
U. S. Steel 4016 40 40 40
U. S. Steel, Pr P0 00 r0 f'i
Wabash 2 27 26 27
Wabash, Pr 43 41 43 43
WcJein Union 00 Pl IX) fll
Wisconsin Central 27 27 26 27
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET.
WHEAT Open. Hich. Low. Close.
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Open. High. Low.
Julv S.fil (103 F.91
August S.02 8.72 8.2
September 8.11 8.20 8.11
October 7.M 8.04 7.09
Seranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Sased
on Par .of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr. co
County Savings Dank & Trust Co,. 300
Klrst National Bank (Carbondale)
Third National Bank at)
Dime Deposit and Discount Bank,,. R00
Economy Light, I!. & P. Co
First National Bank i;o0
Lacka. Trust & Sato Deposit Co.... 193
Clark k Snover Co., Pr 125
Ecranton Savings Bank too
Traders' National Bank 223
Ecranton Dolt i: Nut Co 123
People's Bank ,, 135
Ecranton Packing Co
Seranton Pa&enirer ItallHay, fust
Mortgage, due 1020 115
People's Blrect Ha II way, fiut mort
gage, due 1018 us
People's Street Railway, General
mortgage, due 1021 , in
Ecranton Traction 6 per cent 113
Kcononiy Light, Heat k Power Co
H Cubanolacigars and common t Sk i
Hi cigars cost you about IS Mra
H the same at your & jlrM H JOft
M dealers Z IL. Iff IB BPQL I
I M m Z not have the best H
I kp or your Five Cents? H
Iniiii cichr co.. 109 mm. m.. ss-n gbbanoe.ii vm
. 4 ' .( .
-'---------- J ' -' - . 1
North. Jcrs k Pocono tee Co,,,tw
Consolidated Water Supply Co, ,(",,
Seranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrtctcct by H. 0. Pale, 27 Lackswanna Ave.)
Butter Fresh creamery, 2ae. freiti dairy, 21c.
Uw-N'rarliy, isCf. western, 174c.
Mnnow Ileans Per bushel, t2.33t'2.40.
t rcen PeasrI'er bushel, fj.23,
l'o aloes-l'er bushel, 80c.
Onlons-Uennudat, f2.00 per rralf.
New York Drain and Produce Market
. New York, May Sl.-Flour-Oulet but stesdllr
liclcl! winter patent. Wa4.2J! Jllnnesota patent,
?Ja4.20! Minnesota bakers, Iji3.iaa3.34. Wheat
Ppot casyj No. 2 led, 87'4t!. clevntorj No. 2 red,
fiOjie. r. o. b. afloat! No. 1 northern Dtllutli, 83c.
i. o, b. afloat! strcnglheiied early in the day by
export rumors, wheat llnally jlelded to general
reallrlnp; nnd .favorable weather and nloscd easy
t 'inftc. net decline! 'Mjv rlnteil SlllSic; Jills-.
f-0c.j September, 78c.j December, 80c. Corn
Spot steady! No. 2, Be. elevator nnd l',4e. f. o.
b. afloat! a strong advance occurred In corn nt
nrsi, niter winch prices yielded to unloading and
cln.nl ray, nltliougti ',4ac. net higher! J'ny
cloied ,0e. July, 0714c September, lir,c.j ))c
reiubor, olc. Oats-Spot nulcts No. 2, 4tlc.i No.
J'',4c.( No. 2 white, file.! No. Swlilte, fint,6c!
track mixed western, 47a48c.i track white, oOaoftej
oitlon market ndvanced shnrplv on operations by
the Chicago bull clique but finally reacted with
other ntnrkels. Putter Steady) creamery, 1RH1
EO'c; factory, 17alD,Jc.s renovated, 18a20'4cs
Imitation creamery, 18Via20Hc.i state d-ilry, lBa
21r. (.Ticese ITrm! new state full cretin, small
colored, choice, 12Us.s white, 12Mc.i large col
ored, lltte.i white. lUic. Kcas-t'lrm! state nnd
Iennvlvanla, 17al7'jc.i western, fair to good,,
iianuc;. southern, l3H,airic.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, May 21. Activity in grains was short
agiin today. TratVjrs generally were waiting for
6igns of something now, but once for n a while
pii vvcallier .as a factor. July wheat closed Uu
W. lowers July corn, a',4o. up, nnd July oats,
ac. higher. Provisions closed 2'tal0c. lower,
llnur Steady; No. "2 spring wheat, ; No. 3,
7414c ; No. 2 red, SOaSOitcj No. 2fcnrn, ! No.
2 jellow, j No. oats, 4ln42; No. 2
white, ar,i,4c; No. :1 while, 4lal5c; No. 2 rve,
D()',ii(IOc. J cond, feeding barley, -i fair lo choice1
malting, C8a72c; No. 1 flax seed, $1..W- No. i
nortbvvesltrn. S1.77; prtme liiuothv seed, $ft..1Qa
101) pounds, SlO.lialO.n't! "licit rlln. siden, ?0.fi0
O..'!.1): moss pork, per barrel, $17nl7.0."i laid, per
nli.70; shoulders, SaS'ici shoit clear sides, $10.20
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, May 21. faille Receipts, 12.000;
good lo prime- steers, $7a7.n5; poor to medium,
?."i.2.'i.i0.S.j; stackers nnd feeders, $J.73a.1.IO: cows,
$1.30a0.23; hcifcrc, fJ.75nl.cV); cjiiners, $1.30.12.00;
bull", S2.73aC; calves, $2.50.17: Tea.s fed steels,
W.."0.i(l3. Hogs-T-ncceiits todav, .Tf.OOO; tomor
row, 27,000; left over, 10,000; opened fulOc. lower,
rln-ccl weak at full decline; mixed and butchers,
$.0O.i7,C3; sood to choivo heavv, $7.'20i7.l5;
rough heavy. ?7a7.1.ri; liglit, ?!.7ja7.o:: bulk of
siles, ?0.73a7.20. Sheep Iteceipts, 20,000; sheep,
weak and sharplv lower; lambs, 10a2.c. lower;
good to choice) wethers, $0j(1.3O; fair to choice
mixed, .".2,"ni!; western Rheep, $.i.00a0.2."i; na
tive lamlw, $3.2oa.00; western Iambs. f 2fian.no;
top for Colorado iambs, $7,60; official sestcrdav'a
receipts, cattle, 7,530; hoes. 22,217; sheep. 15,
f.52. Shipments-Cattle, 1,350; hogs, 1,135; sheep,
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
East Buffalo, May 21,-Cattle Receipts, light;
tendency lower; leala, receipts, 4,000; demand
good; lops, $0.50a0.75: fair to good, $fia.23; com
limn to light, $3a5.73. Hogs Receipts, 2,800;
opened fairly active; closed easier: heavy, $7,431
7.50; mixed, $7.23a7.40; pigs, !ttf.lVia7.o."; rouelis,
&i.7oa0.P0; stags, $'.ntl. Sheep nnd Lamb Re
ceipts, 0,400; dull, 10a Inc. lower; top Inmlw, 7.23
117.3,; fair to good. K').7"a7; culls ami comman,
$4.fi0afl; yearlings, S6.10a0.40: slieep, mixed, tops,
$3.7fla0; fair to good, 3a5.60; culls and common,
Oil City, Vi., Diay 21.-Credit balance. 120;
certificates, no bid; shipments, 127,291 haircut;
jncrage. 104,214 barrels; runs, 102,110 barrch; av
erage, 77,140 barrels.
An investment opportunity of ex
traordinary merit. It is the best
known mining property in the state
A Developed Working nine
Wot a Prospective Proposition.
A limited amount of stock is no
being offered to raise money for ic- '
provement in equipment and gene
al development of the property.
Awarded Bronze fleda'.
At the Pan-American Exposition n,
Buffalo last season.
Stock' now selling tit $ .50 a share
The price will soon be advanced. Get
in now on the ground floor.
"Write for full particulars,
SIX EAGLES I1C U
1202 Crozier Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
BOODYjMcLELLAN & CO.
No 87 Broadway, New York City.
sif.mbi:rs NEW YORK stock exchange.
STOCKS.BONDS and INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
MAKE MORE nONEV.
Is your Income sufllcient? f not, .nnd you
are uuxiouHto increaNolt, write me, atutlucr
whatnmountyot) can Invent, If nniy$i0, huU
1 Will write von a Ipllpr ofnilvlffi Ppm i,Vii.
4ic,ii. iAiiinv tun lllureilMtiyuur JU(!on)0y
pointing out Safe iaveatmeuts, iiltnerto un.
ANDREW I.. I1II.SH. In,lni.nt R.i.1..
Bank References Springfield. Ma
Connolly & Wallace
Scranton's Shopping: Center
The store of one idea may be
very valuable to many people, but
it takes the store of many ideas to
give satisfactory service to every
Black and White Materials for Knights Templar Decorations
We secured ioo pieces of Fine Black Lawns, 30 inches wide, that are worth 10c a yard, which we
will sell nt 5c a yard. White Muslin, 30 inches vlile, at 5c, 6c, 7c yard. White Cambric 5c yard.
At these low prices every one can decorate profusely. '
Men's Summer Shirts
The usual way is to have only the neck fit exactly in a shirt only two sizes of bodies for all sizes of
shirts. One size ii too biff for a a 14 or a 150 man, the other is too small for a 15 or 17 man.
The Connolly.& Wallace way is to have the shirt all over correspond to the size of the neck.
This makes us get all our shirts made especially for us, and while we are going to this trouble you
may be sure we make a great many other changes which you will recognize when you wear the shirts
Si.oo, $1,50 and $3.00 Not a few at each price, but a great many.
The Ribbons You Want
Are here at an average third under regular prices. Oilier stores are advertising ribbons under price,
yet when we compare we find ours one and two cents a yard less, or one and two grades better for
the same price.
Taffeta Crepe 4 3-8 inches wide, 19c.
Liberty Satin Ribbons 3 1-8 inches wide, 20c yard; 4 inches, 25c yard: 4 inches, 35c yard.
Plain Silk Tjffeta Ribbons 3H inches wide, all colors, 10c yard.
New Summer Gloves
There are dainty gloves like pieces of fine lace; Suede Lisle Gloves for people who want their hands
to be well covered, yet cool, and Kayser Silk Gloves, with double finger tips, that will wear almost
as long as kid. ,
Lace Gloves, 25c to $1.00.
Suede Lisle Gloves, 25c, 50c and 75c.
Silk Gloves, 50c, 75c and $l.oo.
I ntx CoJa Fine
L,ClwC 43cllC Half
Imitation Point de Venise, Filet, Batiste, Cluny, Brussels Point and Net-Top Laces, from one of tho
greatest makers of imitation laces in St. Gall, and that means in the world for St. Gall makes the
finest of all imitations. Not short pieces, but full lengths from which we will cut any number of
yards you want. Some of the laces are in full sets insertions and several widths of edgings .alike.
There are All-Over Laces, Edges, Galoons, Straight Insertions and some which are detachable.
Venice All-Over, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $4.oo.
Edges and Laces, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Black, White and 'Colored Silk Lace Galoon. 25c to $2.25.
Straight Insertions. 5c to $1.50. Galoons, 8c to $2.50.
Black Chantilly Galoons, 6c to $i.5o yard.
Connolly & Wallace.
Pays t3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to 8.30.
Spencer Trask & Co.
2T & 29 Pine Street, New York
Members New York Stock Exchunge.
NEW YORK HOTELS.
.EUROPEAN PLAN. NEW. Fl EPROOP
Convenient to Theatres and Shopping
Districts. Take 23rd st. cross tovn
cars en J transfer at 4th avc. direct
Rooms with Hath ) (Suits with Until
?1. 50 upward. ) ( $2.50.'
W. H. PARKE, Proprietor.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Ir ng Place,
American Plan, $3.60 Per Day and Upwards.
European Plan, $1.00 Per Day and Upward,
Special Rates to Families.
T. THOMPSON, Prop.
For Business Men
In the heart ot the wholesale
X mtnuteD' walk to Wanamnkerv.
3 minutes to Slegel Cooper's Big
Store. Easy ot accesi lo the urea;
Dry Qooctu Store.
On block from B'way Care, civ
lnc easy transportatiou to all
points or interest.
; HOTEL ALBERT
Cor. llth ST. ft UNIVKnSITT PU
Only one Block from Uroadway
R00H13, $1 Up, Prices Kcmonablj
Done quickly and reasonably
at The Tribune office.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
Loliigh Valloy Rrtilrond,
In' i'ei.t May 18, 11X).'.
'Ira 1 11 J Ic.ito Scrantou,
For .Philadelphia and New York via D. & II.
It. It., at cUu nnd 0.3b a. m., and 2.13, 4.27
(Ulacl; Diamond :.tpi;te), and 11. 3 J 11. in. Sun.
Uas, D. k II. It. II.. 1.59, 8.27 p. m.
For White Hut en, llazlcton and principal points
In .the coal regions, tia 1). &. II, It. II., 0.8S, 2.19
and 4.27 p. m. For Pottwille, 0.33 a. in., -.'.J9
For Bethlehem, Kattoi, Rciillnir, Ilarriibunc,
and principal intermediate stations, via J). & II,
K. It., 0.3S, 0.3S a. 111.; 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond Kspress), ll:J9 p. m. Simdajj, 1). k ,
II. It., t.ii a. in.; 1.5n S.27 p. 111.
For TunUnnnocli, 'lowandj, ilmira, Ithaca,
Renea and principal iuicrmedlate statlnni, via
U. 1.. k W. It. It., 0.35 a. m. and .1.40 p. in.
For Qeneva, ltuclicf.tr, Uaitalo, Niagara Falls,
Ohtcstio and nil pcints uesl, vis D. i; II. II, It.,
7.48, 12.03 a, m.: :m (Black Diamuiid K.
pie), 7.4S, 10.11, ll.VJ p. 111. Sundays, l, ,V II.
it. It., 1S.0J, e.27 p. m.
Pullman parlor and tleepln; or Lehlh Valley
Parlor cars on all trains between Wilkes Bane
and New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Suspea.
ltOLUN II. WILBUR, Ccn. Supt., 26 Cortland
ktrcel. New York.
CIIAIll.ES S. l.i:i:. Cen. rau. Ayt., 20 Cortlsnd
street, New York.
A. W. NONUMACUKK, Dlv. Pass. Agt., Soutb
For tickets and Pullman reservations apply lo
city ticket ouke, 69 Public; Square, WilWi-Dirre,
Of course we make money our
prices couttin't be so low if we
didn't, it's the unsuccessful store
that has to make its prices high.
RAILROAD TIME TABLl
Schedule in Effect June 2,
Trains leave Seranton: 0.38 a. nt.,
through vestibule train from Wllttea-l
man uunet parior car ana coacneaj
phia, via Pottswlle; stops at princl
diate stations. Also connects for SJ
risbunr, Philadelphia, Uoltimore, Wa
(or l'ittsburc and the west.
o.ss n m.. week days, lor Sunburv.l
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington '
burg and the west.
1.42 n. ra.
ucek days (Sundays, 1.9
for Sunbury, Harrisburg, Philadel
Washington and Pittsburg and the wd
3.23 n. in., week davs. through vestiu
from Wilkes-Barre. Pullman buffet d
and coaches to Philadelphia via I'ottsvill
at principal intermediate stations
4.27 p. m., week days, for Ifazlcton,
Harrisburg. Philadelphia and Pittsburcr.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. Cen.
J. B. WOOD, Gen. Pass. At!
Delaware, Xacknwanna and Wester
In UTcct Nov. 3. 1001.
Trains leave Seranton for Mew orlc At 1.40,
S.15, 0.05, 7.60 and 10.05 a. m.: 12.4 j, 3.40, 3.33
p. m. For New York and Philadelphia 7.60.
10.05 a. m., and 12.45 and 3.33 p. m. For Toby
haiuia At U.IO p. m. For Buffalo 1.15, 6.22 and
0.00 a. m.; 1.55, 0.50 and 11.35 p. m. For Btnj
liamton and uay stations 10.20 a. ra. and 1.10
p. m. For Oiwego, Syracuse and Utica 1.15 and
0.22 a. m.; 1.55 p. ru. Oitrcgo, Sjsracuce and
Utica train at 6.22 a. m. daily, exctnt Sunday.
Tor Montrose 0.00 a. tu.; 1.10 and 6.50 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation 1.00 and 0.15 p. m.
Uloomsburg Division For Northumberland, aft
6.35 and 10.05 a. m.; 1.55 and 6.10 p. m. For
Plymouth, at 8.10 a. m.; 3.40 and 9.00 p. m
Sundav Trains For New York, 1.40, 3.15, 6.0S
and 10.03 a. m.; 3.40, 3.33 p. m. For Buffalo
1.15 and 6.22 a. m.: 1.55, 6.50 and 11.35 p. ra.
For Binshamton and way ktatlons 10.29 a. ra.
Illcomsburg Division Leave Seranton, 10.05 a.
m. and 6.10 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect November 21. 1901.
Trains tor Carbondale leave Seranton at 6.201
8.00, S.53, 10.13 a. m.; 12.00, 1.20, 2.34, 3.U.
6.21), 0.25, 7.57, 0.15, 11.20 p. m.; 1.31 a. m.
For Uonesdale 0.20, lO.lSa. m.; 2.34 and 6.2
For Willces-Barrc 6.38,
7.48. S.41. O.SS. 10.43
a. m. ; 12.03, i.e.',
10.41. 11.30 11. m.
MS, 3.28, .2r, e.10. 7.15,
For h. V. H. 11. Polnts-6.33, 0.33 a. m.; 2.1
4.27 and 11.30 p. m. ,
For Pennsylvania It. It. Points 0.38, 0.3J fc
in. ; 1.42, i.'ii and 4.27 p. m. '
For Alluny and all points north 6.20 a. ra.
and 3.52 p. 111.
For Caibondalo 8.00, 11.33 a. m.; 2.31, 8.51,
5.52 and 11,17 p. in.
For WilkevBarre 0.33 a. m.j 12.03, 1.J3, 3.23,
C.32 and 0.17 p. m.
For Albany und points north 3.62 p. m.
For IIonedale 8.50 a. in. and 3.62 p. in. !
V, L. I'UVOn, D. 1'. A.. Seranton. Pa.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey.
In i:ifea May IS, 1H0.
illations in Sew Y'oik, loot Liberty street and
South I'ciry, N. It.
Tialns leiue Sx-iaiiton for New York, Phlla- ,
delplila, l.'j.,toii, Ik'lllli'liflil, Allentouii, Maucli
Chunk, White Hawn, Aihley, Wllkes-Barrn and'
1'ltttton at ".."0 a. 111., 1 p. 111. and 1 p, )ii, Sunt
clay, 2.10 p. 111,
ijuaker Oily llxpriss !oaes Seranton 7.30 t. m,,
through FOlId PKtllmle train with Pullman Buffet
Pallor Car for Philadelphia with only one eliauga
of curs for llallimoie and Washington, 1, C, and
all principal points south and wt.
fur Awj, Pitlhlvn and Wilkes-Barre, 1 p. ra.
smt 1 n. in. Sunday. 2.10 p. 111.
Fur l.ons Branch, Ocean Uroe, etc., 7,30 and
1 1 1. in.
For Itcadlni;. Lebanon and llarrisbure via Al
It ntown nt 7.30 a, 111., I p. 111. and 4 p. m. Bun
day, 2.10 p. 111.
Fur 'i'anuqiia and Pottstlllr, 7.30 a. ra., 1 p.
111. and I p. 111.
For ratcw sud tickets apply to airent at station,
W. O. IIKbbM'.It, Oen. Manager.
O. SI. BUHT, Uen. Pass. Agt.
Now York, Ontario nnd Western.
In UHect Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1G01. A
NUHTll UOL'NU (K
Iveavu Leave ArrilH
Trains. Seranton. Carbondale. Cadosls.
t, 1 1.m. ll.Wa. m. l.OOp, m!
vS' 7 ........ 0.WV- i. Ar. Carbondale 8.40 p n
'"' ' ' SOUTH BOUND, ".
Leavo Leave Arrive
Trains. Cadosla. Carbondale. Seranton.
No. 0 7.00 , m. 7.40a. m.
Go 2.13p.m. 4X0p. in, 4.40p. nil
BUNUAVS ONLY, XOHTH BOUND. P U
Leave Leave Arrive
Trains. eiauw. .ri,Mwi,udic. cauosla.
itWi. III. A 1. .tIUUUU4ie felQD. Di.
Art ft. a-..l a.w'm.Z"
kiiiir'i Kin imii
Leave lave Arrive
Cidoilu. Carlwndale. Fcranton.
7.00 a.m. 7.40 a.m.
v.ov p. 111. u.vu p. in. v. f 0 p. in.
Traiiu Kos. 1 on ucek dati, and 8 on Suml.
roako main line connections for New York city.
Ulddletoan, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Otwew
and all poind west.
For further information ccnsult ticket arista.
J. a ANDKltSON, O. P. A., New York.
J, C. WKLS1I, T, P. A., Scrantoo, Pa.