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THE HCRANTOtf TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, MAY 22, 902.
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The Crowning: Success
of Our Great Sale
OF THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF SILK that began
Wednesday morning is practically due to the under priced
values ''which the Big Store only can give,"
Just a minute of your time, to read this list, will con
vince and save you money. All this season's newest weaves
and shades go at one-fourth to one-third below actual value.
LOT NO. 1
Yami Silks, ig inches wide,
all 'colors, 45c kind.
This sale 30C
LOT NO. 2
19-inch Taffeta and Washable
Cashimere Taffeta, all
shades, 75c kind, this
LOT NO. 3
Sale price. .
LOT NO. 4
75c Kinu. mis
inch Silk Poplins, beautiful
best quality. 09c ,
This sale Oa3C
Peau de Lavant Washable Silks
;v shades, durable and last
folors, 25 inches wide,
si. 00 kind. This sale, yyc
ILOT NO. 7
20-inch pure Silk Peau de Soie
land Louisine, the best in weave
facial to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, May 21. The anmi.il
leetliiK of the Honcsdale Water com-
my was hum at tlu otuoe 01 it. ju.
locker, the seci.ctury, on Tuesday.
liUimn Walker ot Philadelphia, J. 13.
ocker and V. S. Cook of Jenny", A.
Blair nnd J. A.' Meat's, of Seranton.
Id J. T. Stocker of Salem were pres-
L'he Indies of the Jlethodist church
1 serve their annual sliawlierry
lirt cake supper at the ehuich Tluirs-
Iho. relief committee of the Christian
deavor society will hold a cake sale
the eliapel Friday afternoon from II
'ifty-lhree Hones-daTc Free Masons
nt to Waymart last night by special
in as guests ot tins Waymart Ma
is who save a banquet. The special
atn returned at 2 o'clock this iiioin-
John ir. Ilenman, a former proprle-
i- of SliolioliL Glen hotel, has pin
niped the Myers restaurant opposite
,o city nail on .vutiii mil-pi. ami win
ke possession .Tunu J. Mr. Myers will
cupy his dwelling opposite Herman's
Phe Wayne Development company
,v commenced the erection ot their
Mr. 'ami Mrs. W. A. Clayloul are hi-
rtalnltiK Mr, it ml Mrs. Frank Iluii-
rt and diuiKhter, Kllzanetb, ami Mrs.
Izaueth Smith, of Philadelphia.
A. case of smallpox Is leported near
Ico, a few miles east of Peach Lake.
le r.ubjeut is Thomas woouiy, who
lis a student in the Waymart school
irliiB the smallpox case ut V nymart.
rriie base ball bPliellt entertainment
1st nlglit was a success. The treasury
11 bu repleted, Now ror u series or
The stnto Iniilh'e lnspeptors have ree-
lmeniled for Main street, llonehdale,
steel brlilire with concrete ntnl brick
or, fifty foot driveway, with a ten
lot walk on each slue.
lOne rnr. of pea coal was dumped In
ho retail pockets yesterday and one.
ir of chestnut was dumped today, The
licltets were emptied at once by teams
hot stood In waiting.
Ipcclal to t lie Sdanton Tribune,
llrooklyn, May 21, Miss IJtliel .Sler-
Ine. who has been teaciilni; at t'ori-
inri Mills, returned home last week,
Mr. Pierce, of ISIub'luunton, Is culling
Crieniis in town.
I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sterling visited
tiends In Nicholson, recently.
Our three churches will hold a union
lervlce In tho Unlycrsallst church next
funijay, Itov, u, U. Smith, of tho
jetlioiliet Episcopal church, will deliver
"VTrT Cllu remedy that i-urc u cold tu ouu Unj,
( I SAr 1 2 Vews I
V-r J I
LOT NO. 8
Fancy corded Taffeta Silks In
plain colors. 65c kind. . 1
This sale 42C
LOT NO. 9
Brocade Satin Finish Silks in
all colors, including evening
shades and fancy striped taffeta
open work effects, $1.25 -.
kind. This sale o5C
LOT no. 10
Fancy Novelties in striped,
corded and dotted waist patterns
come in 3 1-2 y(ard lengths.
$1.50 kind. Sale & t
LOT no. 11
Linen effect Pongee, plain and
fancy. Warranted w.ishable.
Fancy striped and corded. This
fabric is very scarce tociav in
New York. Plenty here
$1 kind. This sale... 75C
LOT NO. 12
Very best washable Pongee
and linen effects. Plain and
fancy, embroidered open work.
Always worth $1.25. .
This sale 04C
LOT NO. 13
Printed Foulards, a rare bar
gain. 55c kind. This
the address to the Grand Army ot the
Mis. Kezlnlf Veomans Kittle, an aged
lady, dleit at the home of .1. O. Yco
nians l.i.n Thursday. The luueral was
held Sunday at 1 o'clock, Kev. Smith
Mrs. a. C'liamberliilu and daughter,
Mis Uessle, are visiting friends in
Scranton and Cnrbonthile this week.
P. IL .Tewett is delegate to tho Grand
lodge, which meets at Erie this week.
Sp'iiKl t" tlic Suinlmi Tiiliuiie.
Pitt.ston, May 21. The Pannon ll.ill
Trolley company made its (list move
tnvnid the construction of a linn in this
city this morning when a snu.id of
about thirty men went to work- grading
and laying rails between Market ami
liailioad streets parallel with the Krie
tracks. The company lias not yet se
emed a permit from the city authori
ties nnd will doubtless meet with op-po.-ltlon.
Tills morning Contractors
Allen and Monahnn, who hae charge
of the wink between Xo. V junction In
Jenkins township .and Sailor's coiners
nt Pliilnsvllle, notilled their laborers
they they would be paid only $l,:!.ri per
day. The men had been under the Im
pression they weie to receive $,r,0 per
day and Immediately went on strike,
causing a suspension of wink on the
entire Hue, A committee from the men
will meet with Mr. Allen Thursday
Wallace cli ens will be here Thurs
day, giving a performance in the af
ternoon and evening. Hesides being a
strictly first-class attraction, Wallace's
Is usually the only circus that pays un
annual visit to this city, and the largo
audiences which have greeted It on for
mer occasions will no doubt be dupli
cated again tomoriow,
Or. GllllKiin, an ear, eye and throat
specialist, has joined the city's corps
or physicians, having opened uu olllce
In the Troxell building.
Onirics Vaughan and Miss May Wil
liams, both of'Welsh mil, will be uni
ted In iimiTlngo Wednesday evening,
Mr. ami Mrs. Jacob Kiith, of Upper
Plttston, leturued home this afternoon
Irom a two days' llslilng trip on Hear
Ovok, where they landed twenty
Mr. mill Mrs, T, It. Lance havo gone
on an extended southern trip and will
visit Kuoxvllle, Teiiu., before retain
The doctors.' base ball team of tills
city, S(tilre Khret manager, has chal
lenged tile lawyers' team, Alderman
I.oftus manager, and niraugemeuis aro
on foot for a game in the near iitturc.
Tho Henry Grattan society of tliU
city at a meeting last night adopted
a resolution expressing sympathy for
tnu striiiiug united .Mine workers, ex
This signature is on every box ot tho gcnuln
Laxative Bromo'Ouinine Tabktr.
LOT NO. 14
24-inch Printed Foulards, this
season's newest designs,
85c kind; this sale 53C
LOT NO. 15
24-inch satin-finish Foulard,
extraordinary values, attractive
and exquisite patterns and .
colors; $1 kind. This sale 59C
LOT NO. 16
24-irich high class Satin Fou
lards, exclusive designs, the
kind sold elsewhere at
$1.50. This sale 79C
LOT NO. 17
New Polka Dot China Silks
and Corded Kui Km Japanese
Silks, the newest and most de
sirable silk for the shirt
waist. 50c kind. This .
LOT NO. 18
Silk Mousseline de Soie, scroll
and stripe effects, all new
shades, just the thing for even
ing gowns, 75c kind;
this sale 59C
LOT NO. 19
Guaranteed Black Taffeta and
best Satin Duchess. Dur- .
ing this sale at OOC
LOT NO. 20
China Silk in plain colors,
special for best quality,
43c kind, this sale 33C
pelling any member of the society who
serves as a co.il and lion policeman.
Joseph Jirtggs, of this city, stution
aiy engineer at Xo. 10 colliery, was
united in marriage this afternoon to
Miss Mollio Snyder, of Old Forj.
First Class Tickets to San Francisco
nnd Return nt Less Than One Way
On account of the Imperial Council,
Nobles of the' Mystic Schrlne, San
Francisco. California, June 10th 14th,
190-', the Lackawanna, uiilroad wilt is
sue llrst-tl.iss excursion tickets from
Scranton at the low rate of $66.23 for
the round nip, on sale good going May
2(ith to June 7th Inclusive and for re
turn to reach oilglnal star.tlug point
not later than 00 days from original
date of pin chase of ticket. See Depot
Ticket Agent In legard to stop off priv
ileges variable routes, side trips, Pull
man reservations, etc.
Lnckawanna Railroad Popular Ex
cursion to Niagara Falls.
On May 2!Uh the ticket agents of
the Lackawanna railroad will sell
special round tilp tickets to Niagara
Falls good going on any train on the
above date and for return up to und
including June 1 at the extremely low
rate of $ii.r..", for the round tiip, which
will lie from Scranton. Children be
tween tho ages of live and twelvu years
one-lialf of the adult rate.
Intercollegiate Regatta, Ithaca, N.
Y., May 30th.
For thu above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will sell
llrst class tickets to Ithaca and return
Ut regular one way faiefor the round
trip. Tickets will be sold good going
May 2'Jth and UOtli limited for return
to May 3lst. Children between the
ages of r and 1U years one-half the
MOTHER GOOSE PUZZLE.
Wliilo tho queen
honey hIio h tlilnkliiB ut her brother
uud alstcr, Whvrc uru thoyV
R'esult of Yesterday's Games.
Iitlnnon, 12! Hcrntitnn, II,
Jinticastir, "i ltcmllng, 2.
Standing of Clubs.
I'liyrd. Won, J,ot. I'.t5.
I,nnr.nitnr 11 ft ;g ,70-
I.Hunon , ( 12 ft 4 ,i;
Scr.intnn 12 7 0 .fill
ltcattlnff ,..,...,, 11 2 0 ,1S'J
Strmloti at r.ilnnon.
r,ancalcr t ltcmltng.
ROLLINS' HOME RUN.
Caused the Defeat of Scranton at tho
Hands , of Lebanon Wiltse
Uy r.xclmtoa Wire fiom The Awocl.iltd l'ri.
Lebanon, Pa., May 21. Scranton met
clcrent In a hot game hero today, Tlie
visitors lead from the start but Hol
llns' home run turned the tide in the
sixth and Scranton failed to recover,
The teams played an exhibition game
by electric light tills evening-. Score
of today's game:
Kline, ll ..,
Itolllnx, c ..
DlllAl, I.H ...
Laity, If ....
I'Mlbin, rt .
O'Neill, ::! .
dorian, rf 2
Illnkey, If p
Kkkcli. If 2
i.oi-jii. 2b ,:
Ulllain, tti 1
SlIihuII., :Hi 1
Stroll, m n
Steinberg, c 2
Wilttc, p 0
Totalt 11 17 27 10 fi
Lctiinoii 2 10 0 2 4 1 2 0 12
Str.mton 1 2 1 1 2 ." 0 l 011
Krnnird runs btluiion, S; Kcranlon, 4. 'Iwo.
lnse hlU nolliiv, 2: I'hilliiii, Jjiffry, Itlal.ey, Ix..
Ran, (lill.im. Ciortun, Slitn.ilt7, SI roll, 'lliiee
base lilts Costcllo, 'J'ull. O'Neill. 1ome runs
IloIIIns, Jxir.hi. S.icrilkf hits Kline, Clrililey,
NIckeN. Sthmattr. Stolen liaspf LaHey, 2; Hob
llns, l'lillbin, O'Nrill, Costcllo. Left on bases
Lplunon, l; Ser.nitmi, S. Struck out Uy Tull,
1; by Wiltse, 4. Kir.-t baw on lulls Ort Tull,
1: otr Willip, 2. lilt by pittlipil ball-CastplIo,
Oiibley, lllakey. V. ltd piti Ii Tull. l'n-pil ball
Itollns. Umpiie Soulhaid. Time 2.03. At
Heading Could Not Win.
Heading, Jlay 21. Dtpltc tlic fact that It was
strengthened, the ItpailuiR club could not bleak
the fpell of ikfo.it.H lieie tills ufteinoon. The
Kamc was grandly pl.i.vpd until (lie ciRhth in.
nins when the loi-als collapicd and the Mtora
tallied the ruiib. Sioip:
It. II. O. A. K.
barker, 111 1 1 2 2
.lijul.iii, lb 0 o 7 2 (I
I'olo, if 0 0 2 11
U-sW, if 0 1 0 0 O
Laucon, f.s 0 0 14 0
Coul.-'ey, 21 0 14 2 0
()uuv. If 0 0 2 0 0
Kliwl, c 0 0 II 0 1
b lliou-J, p , 110 2 1
Totals 2 4 21 14 j
it. if. o a. i:.
Hint-. If 0 2 1 0 II
111 .it ton, 2b 0 o 2 S 0
.Iftlriei, ."1 1112 1
Draub.i, lb .", 2 17 0 1
1 Villi, c f 1 1 2 0 (I
Miiiuiiri, m 0 0 1 .", ,,(
rudiip., c 1 1 2 1 0
H.ilA-r, if 1110 0
lie-, 1 0 1 0 :i 0
lli'.iililiir 0 o 0 h
lini aster II 0 0 1
'JVo-Iuip luis I'mli, MiiHin-. INiIrr. '1 luci
lcie lilt Uuiihy. .Siuillic Iiil lljilur. Stolon
b.iM'i -Tuii-., Il.uki'i, RiiIit, rout-oy, I.olt un
Imm'i IliMiIinir, il; l.ineaslii, 7. Stiucl. oul lly
III.-, 1; by S.iiiiun-, 5. l'lnt b.t.se on lialli-oit
S.Miion.1, 1; nil He-.--, 1. Hit by pilihod lull
Miipiifii. Wild iltnm .i.iiiioiK. 1'ai-p.l ball
Klinel. I'mplii. S-ifl. Time of (,'anic 1.40.
At Philadelphia t.H.,
('lewlind 4 0II1O2O40-II11 n
riill.iiU'lphi.i 0 I 0 0 I 0 II 2 212 II S
llalloiiei Wiiht and III nils ;' Vllte, IIutinm
and l'utpi. I'mplic (Vnnullj,
0 I 0 II 0 1 0 0 0 2 II 0
0 I) 0 10 0 0 0 0-1 I I
nnd .Mi Kaihiiiii: Wind is and
L'llui-r. I'mpiieri ,li,hiiiinii' and Caiutlirra.
At W.ialiliiclnu ten liuiliij- It. 11.11.
St. Limit II 0 0 II 4 I) 0 0 0 0 I u 0
W.uhliixtou :i (I 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 .1 2 1
llatti'ilei 1'mhpII and Sugilcii; 0 lit and Drill,
t'liipiic Sheridan, .
At Uultliiuiiu ten Inniusi 11,11, K,
IK'tlult 0 0 oil I 0 1 0 0 2 1 li
llaltlmore 2 0 0 0 0 U 0 II 0 0 2 7 0
llitU'rles Meuer and lleulow; lluhrs and
ltobliuau. Uinpin O'LuukIIu.
,0 o i n i ii o i o a ii 4
,2 I) 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 u
Is eating brtud and
) THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT" DIRECT&kff
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Four Line, ,1 Cent.i (or P.ach Extra Llns,
KOU lir.NT Finely (iirnMictl Iioimp tor tin- sum
mer non(in! tr.im lientt WH) Mnrk MailUon
nvriiup. M, II. Ilrtlualc Commolincaltli IllilK,
I'Oll HUNT Home for the vimmer,' nicely In.
catpd npar nt.illnn ; hot and.rold water and
bath: will partlv turnluli If ro ilelreiL Adilrpus
W, II, Sladc, Dnllnri, Pa,
1'Olt 11KNT To iltslrolile party, fiirnlnhril llflt
In ilcslratilp location from .lunp lt, tntliid
Ins electric IlKht, telephonp and all com rnlcncoi.
AildrpM P. II,, Trllnino office.
KOIl IIKNT 1)23 flrpen KIiIrc Mrect, ,nlnc rooms
modern ImprnicmenH! teiini heated, lery
re.nonable and uTesirahlp, Inquire. ,!' '. .Nettle,
ton, 183(1 Wahlnirton acnup,
1'Olt IIKNT (t-room turnUhed rnttaRP tor the
eaon' nt Harvey' Lake. Apply 11. A. Sil
wiw, 1012 Jonei Mrppt.
IlAnff FOB nENT-$U, April 1st, three box and
three single stalls and wash rack, rear of
524 Madison ivenu;. Inquire at 3t Madhon ave.
l'On ; RCNT-Store l)iilldln for rent III Wsk""
City, Pa, nulldlng fO feet by 24 feet, cellar
iiiiucr an, and second story can ne imw" "
a family. All In good lepalr ready for use. Two
coal breakers snd mines rlow bv employing over
a thousand people. An pnterprWutc rnercnani
ran Kct a large trade. Apply to William H.
Illchmond, Ulchmond Hill, S423 N. Mln avenue,
Furnished Booms for Bent.
l'OIt IIKNT Large furnished front room, at 124
FOIl rtlINT One furnished room, with Improve
ments; also one on third floor, cheap, 027
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, modern Improve,
mentsj private family; gentlemen preferred,
at S37 Adams aicnue.
FOR REST Furnished room; heat and bath.
GCS Linden street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with heat, gas
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at 639 Adams
MIISSRS. .1 i:VKLL k PATniRSO.V. of
Lisinglon, Ky., will hold a special talc of
llnp horses at the S.ilp, Exchange and ttib
Mahler of C. i,. Naglp k Vo Kouth
Wttthlngliiii itrpet, Wtikcs-llarre, Pa., on
THIIRSDAY. MAY 22. 10 A. tf.
They consist of matched pairs, single
drivel. Mildlcr and a few choice work
ers. They are Ihc real Kentucky stoik,
eldoni seen In this section of thp State,
and are conceded to bo the best brpd lot
of horses ever brought to thk valley.
Call on Wednesday and look them over.
Try one or all. Will be sold on Thins
(lav, 221 of .May, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
rain or bliine. Don't miss this chancp at
C. L. XAOLK & TO.'S
Sale and Cab Stahlcs,
South Washington Street, Wilkes-Darre.
FOR SAM: 1i11S HariMmrg automatic engine
in A Xo. I condition; admirably adapted
for electric lighting. Can lip Hon ut the works
of the Scranton Holt and Xut company.
JUST AltltlVEI) Willi 40 iirrn-: Rood wolk.vs
and drivers; weight iiom 1,100 to 1,700; nw
ei.il ilnseiy mitchod teann; can be seen at :t.ll
ltajmoi.il couit. I'. M. Cobb.
PIANO FOR KALE Almost new; used less than
lip months: elegant uptight piano; will rau
rlllce. Call day or evening. 324 Kianklin ae.
FOR SALE Hand silk doublers. New.
P.ios., Paterson, X. .T.
Ilatteiiei Dugglpby and .T.ukliticlr, StMain and
Kliug. 1 mplii 0'D.iy.
At Pitiiiiing n.ii.n.
Xt'tt- Yolk 0201000 04 7 2
PitMiiug I 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .1 I 0
b.itteiie-s Talor, MattlicUMin and Rowoiman;
Taiinehill and Muttli. thupiii' Emslip.
At CiiiilniMli it.u.i:.
iliooklin II 0 0 00 112 1 O :i 10 1
Ciminnall 10 0 0 0 1)000110 3
Ilattuii'i KiUou and I'.tnel; Halm and Peitz.
St. Louii is. Hoston; rain.
Pioildencp, 7; Jlonlieal, 2.
lor-ey Cily, 11; Rochester, 10.
Xowaik, I; llufl.do, :t.
Woici'Rtei, 7; Turonto, fi.
At Piinii'lon Piiniotou, 21; Woe lei an, ft.
At Washington, 1). ('. (ieoigotown, 7; Dickin
At Eastcii-I.afa.iellc, 2; Mi.iilult.iii. 0.
f Theatrical J
Mabel Paige mnipjiiy. Afternoon
"The Cllnibei" will bo pie-intod at Hie Llfeum
Satmday niatlnec and nlglit, diioit bum lu inn
of 200 nights at the llljoii tlioater, Xeiv Ymlc.
"The Cllluben-' Is ,i fuui-ait iiunedy, conslilered
to be the inoit uotabli- coulributhm made lot Mr,
Fitih to the etage literaturo of today. Hi- has
treated half humorously, half eciii,ii,ly, wholly
lealiatlcally, u loitnlii ph.ire of eierj-day life In
.New York's "WO." The ilicwln of the women
tliniugliout thu play is noliibli-, and the stenlr
aupjioiles i-DiiM-y t lie propir idea of liiurlous
'Him llt he pretenteil In "Tho Climbers" a
dianutii- organization of unusual htrengili. Tlie
cau has bci-n ui ranged .u folluut,:
lllcluid fc'liillng, Cluili-s Kent; IMivard War
den, Janies Catewj Fri'deriik Mason, llennelt
bturgU; Jolimty Tiottn, J'rnloilik Peters; Dr.
Stelnait, (ieuigi- riloMiis; (iodesby, Eduiund Liu.
tun; ll.wlei, Ceuigo Kluiid; suiunt at the lleriub
tage, Charles Ma,tu; lllehard Meiling, jr,, Har
ry Wilglii, Jr.; Mis, lliinltr, Maigeillp St, John;
Mis. .SU'ilIng, Jriiulo A. I)ul,iii'; JomIp Hiiuter,
Elizabeth Daily; CI ill a Hunter, Marian llerg;
Ml.-a lluiiter, Ethel AMutliiop; MIns Coiloiby,
Marlon liirous; Mb-s Mllirlun, Maudo lloam
Ktmer; Thouipsui, Lillian Wiight; Marie, Malzle
Oliver. Seats go on sale tills inutnlii at U
In r.-jily tii a maiiagir who uiently .nked him
uhy ho uas bringing out I'tw pl.i. i-uli )ear,
while- then- uuh slill a great demand for "Old
Intuit me," Tim Murphy said, "I do not ubK to
beiinuo IdrntllUd with inn- part, and boldei I
look Uiii "Old Innnieiicc" as ii-jdy c-ipltal or
nt iiuiih cash In hand. Like all acton, who are
i tarring, I am neer suro iliat a lien play wH
prow a ucioj. II may read biaiitifully and Its
author be well known und although carefully ie
hearsiil and cspeusltely slaged it may fall to
plra' tin- public. So far I bale ken luiky,
but I' llil tutn of afiulis olioulil conio about I
tan put "Did liiniKcnic" on at short uotiic and
could till out an entire scosou, bulb lo my own
and manager's tatbfactiou. It Is u laluahle piece
of properly, and my lour this prln? is in reality
lo till promises 1 hau nude tu nu'iiagrrs whose
patrons have hem asking for il,"
Mr, Murpbi's appcaiauie in this city will be at
tlie Ljicum on licit Monday night,
A Fine Attraction.
The Ki'j.tono Itiamatlv company is announced
X lur a ciwii, eugagemcuv at me .c-auuuy
1 -, : .
Branch WANT Offices.
Want Advertisements "Will Be
Received at Anjr of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALUEHT SCIHtLTZ, corner Mulberry
street and Webster nvcmic.
OUSTAV PICIIEI,, (150 Adams avenue.
OEOROi: W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
FRED I,. TERPPE, 720 Cedar avenue.
GEO. W. DAVIS, comer North Main
avenue and Market street.
CHARLES P. JONES, 1337 Dickson
K, J. JOHNS, MO ("been Ridge street.
C. LORENZ, corner Washington ave-
avenue and Marlon street.
W. II. KNEPFEL, 1017 Trving avenue.
J. 0. BONE k M)N.
Help Wanted Halo.
V ANTED A gentleman of good cluractrr and
nddicss, to do soliciting foi financial Insti
tution. Write and stale former occupation, ref
erences, etc., to P. O. Hot .W, Scranton, Pa.
WANTED Oood strong laborcis; wages, 14 to
III cenls per hour: stp.idv nolle, DellAood
Manufacturing Co., Ilellwood, P.i.
CIVIL SERVICE CiOVI.IINMENT POSITIONS
HAS') appointments nude last year; prob
ably 10,000 this year; only common school edu
cation required for cvaminslion; catalogue of
Information free. Columbian Correspondence Col
lege, Washington, D. C.
WANTED Palnten; only good men need apply.
Call nt Charles Wagner's, .131 Adams avenue.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED dlil for general housework. Call G22
WAKTEDr-OIrl to go to Stroudsburg, light gen
eral housework. Call Hotel Terrace 2 to X
and examiners on
Imperial Underwear Co.,
132 Washington Ave.,
and 339 Adams Ave.
THE Xl'DE IN ART Wanted agents; series of
10 pictures; send 2." cents for prices and
sample. S. J. Mertz, D.1 Pine st., Allentnwn, Pa.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able-bodied un
married men between ages of 21 and .To; citi
zens of United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and write
English. For information apply to Recruiting
Officer, Xo. 123 Wjoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
SITVATION- WANTED to go out by tho day
washing and ironing. Call or addicss !,. II.,
"34 Milliner avenue.
SITUATION W-.VNTED-Doing geneial woik by
respcitablp colored man. 1232 Ptnn aeuijc.
COLORED WOMAN desires washing lo take homo
or go out by tii day, or doing house cleaninsr.
12.12 Pcim aw'tuie.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAX-Qulck,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
fiom 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
814-315 .Connelt building.
WE SELL tickets and checks to all parts -ot
Eiuope. Consult us before purchasing trans
pollutions. We will sine ,ou luonev. Tnun
Tiiket Agency, 20.1 Lackawanna au-nue, Scranluii,
Pa. Opposite .Suanton House.
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED ROOMS For two adults, three or four
rooms, furnished or unfurnished for cr
light housekeeping, first floor prcterrcd. Addre&
M. D., Tribune oftlce.
WANTED Furnished house or four or five rooms
for housekeeping. Address A. G. E., Tribune
Board and Rooms.
ROOM AND BOARD tor aeiitlemen., .First-cla-.,
iiiioiiiniodatlous. All conveniences, at 411
Vine stieet. Terms icasonablc.
VERV.DESIRADI.r. siiile of moms with first class
table board, 'can be obtained at XV, JclK'rson
Wanted Rooms and Board.
WANTED Tw ocremunlcating rooms with board,
private family preferred. Two ladies and a
grntlcniau. State full particulars. Address O.
11. D Tribune oftlce. t
HHEUMATISM-All parties that wish can be
speedily and permanently cured of all va.
rietles of Rheumatism by u cgetable compound.
Cures guaranteed. Inquire or address J, E. Tay
company Is the fli.t to give melodrama at popular
prlii-n. Tho experiment proved so successful that
tin- management have added In their already large
icpeitolro- more sucicsiis, and for tho tlrst time
this niton will prcsint a list of pla.is as follows:
"Hound by an Oath," "The Jljstiry uf uod.
lawn," "Tho Senators Daughter," "I'tah" mid
many olheis. Many of these plats will only bo
firm with this organization. Tlie luanigimeiit
I .no spartd neither pains nor oihiio In select
ing this Una of pla.is. The company has been
srlcilcd witlt great care and is headed by Mlsd
(ieitiude hhlpm.iii and Mr. Lawieucc II, Mcfilll,
ami many well-known members of the piofession,
The plain are mounted with gieat can', special
attention being paid to detail, S-'pielal sieulu and
nieiluiilul efltits an- can led for cacli pf.iy, and
Iho Mnuli-Wlli) fiMlnrm are a decided uutlty:iiid
a direct ilepartuii- finm an) thing ever seen with
popular-priced iMganlzatioiis, "for Home ami
Honor" will be tlie opening bill, ami is one of
Hie strongest in the repertoire, being pieseuted
entire, with the full strength of tlie loinpiiiy.
Ladies' tickets tor Monday night.
Benefit for Employes,
Iliglniilng Willi a Monday nullum the Slur
theater w Hi tow iohii lis doms for the first
Unco days of nest uielc for tlie beiuttt of Ihc
cmplu.tes. Manager Herrlnglou, has scciircd Ihc'
"I'loplau llurlcs'iiiiu," wlili Ii is under the man
agement of T. W. Dinklns, who is also the mm
ager of I he "Innocent; Maids." It Is an organ
ballon uf (Icier icmcdlajis and handsome, j-irls
whiili for jeais has lankcd among llio strongest
and best burlesque aggregation before tho public.
The enteilaiiiincnt by this company will bo
bright, breezy and sparkling with new- iiou'ltics,
fiom luualn to ciirlain. The highly amusing
farcical skits sine as happy trhlilcs lo bring on
und unload the specialties a lot of bright Slid
'IhLs attiaction is here for the first Hircc lja
of neit week, 'perfoiuiaiurs i.l 2.:; cunings at
b,j. TiikcU.siau bo obtained fiom any mi.
plo;e o' ' SW'- ll-valcr. .. , ?
Mora Thin Pour Lines,' Cents tor Bach Ultra Una.
NOTISli IS htrrhy glim tti.it nn iipptlcatlon will
Mnh, "It ,p ""l t,,"mno. uf ,J'"abonla I"
Monday, the second i,u- f June, llioj, by A. W.
.laekson, A r. Duffy, K,H, Zur Uehf II, .. Key
Holds and tlcorgp s, Alklt, under tho Jct of ,V
m,ni V y. ".'. .,l,c t''niri.oiiw filth i.f Pcnnsyl'-a. U
an "Jei, I, iV !rt 1 T!''0 .'r " '"tnPora Ion
and regulation of certain iiicorporntlons," ,ii
T no ''", S"i K1' "m', '"."Wlement; tlier
to for the charter of on intended corporat on u
( ompany, the ih.iraclcr and object whereof li
to niumifactiiro and sell n secret compound for
he welding of ntecl and malleable lion, nnd for
lhee purposes to hac, ikkscss and enjoy all .tho
rights, benells and privileges of said Act of As
setnbly and its supplements.
WALTER H. IIEVANJ, Solicitor.
NOTICE in hereby given that Illttenbender com
pany, persons lining n Hen under thp lnwi
of Pennsvlv.inla upon goods ware and merclian.
disc of . II. Campbell, consisting of one set, of
buggy wheels on account of storage and labor
bestowed on Mich goods, tho owners having
failed, neglected and refused to pav the amount;
of such chirgcs upon said propeitv within sKty
days afler iltm.ind Ihcrcof, mule ii'rfomIIJ', will
expose tlie said set of buggy wheels, to sale nt
public auction at Hittciibcnder Company's store,
12(1 Franklin aonuc, city of Scranton, Lackii.
wanm county, p.i , the Clli day of July, A.
I 1002, ut 12 o, tu., and sell tho same or so
much thereof as slnll be sufficient to dlsehargo
said Hen, together with costs of sale and .-tdver-'bb'X-
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OF PUIILKJ GROUNDS AND BUILDINOS.
WILLIAM A. STONE.
E. D. ltAllDr.MIEIMin,
FRANK 0. HARRIS,
T. L. EYRF.
PROPOSALS for tuniMiliig Slatlonery, Fuel and
In compliance wllh the Comtltitllon and tie
aws of the Coinnionwc.ilth of Pcnnsylvanh, wp
hereby Invito scaled inoposjR at pi Ices below
inuxlmum rates fixed in m-1i6i1uIcs, to furnish sta
tionery, fuel and o.her supplh'S.for the secral dp.
partments ot the tlatp goicrnmcnt. and for mak
ing repairs In the scleral departments and for tho
distribution of the public documents, fur Ihe year
ending the flist Tuesday of June. A. D. 1001.
Separate proposals will Iip lcccbcd and repirjlu
contracts awarded as uiinoiinced in said schedules.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a bond,
with at least two sureties or one surety, company,
approved by j Judge nf the court of common picas
of tlie county in which tho person or persons
quaking such prnposil'inay leslde, conditioned foe
tlie faithful pcrfoiniance nf thu contract, nnd ad
dressed nnd delivered to tlie no.ird of Commission
ers of Publ'c (bounds and buildings before twelve
o'clock M of Tuesilav, the :ird day nt Jim", A.
D. 1002, at which lime the piuposals will be
opened and published in thp Reception Room ol
the Executlip Department at'llarrisburg, nnd ion
tracts awarded as sooii'thpreafler as practicable.
Dlank bends and schedules containing all neces
sary information can be obtained ot tills Depart
ment. T. L. EYRE,
For tho Roard of Commissioners of Publlo
Grounds and Buildings.
WANTED Parly that would be willing to assist
young nun financially "to perfect' and 'pl.ico
invention on market. Address C ,, care Tribune.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Write for our special market letter. Free on
application. S. M. Hibbard k Co., members X.
Y, Consolidated and Stock Sxchange. 44 and 48
Broadway, New York. Established ISM. Lon
Distance' Phone 23SS Broad. ,.. .. ...
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FORCED SALE ot one thousand feet of choice
South Buffalo building lots at; cs.s than pne
half actual value; location the best, on direct
car line to Lackawanna Steel plant. Tor particuT
lais write or wire me nt once. W. P. Volgamore, .
No. 201 Morgan building, Buffalo, X. Y.
FOR SALE Elegant sito for homes In. upper
Green Ridge; cliolco neighborhood ; most de
sirable locality for home, in iLackawanna county.
J. A. Marvine, 173B Sanlerson'.ivcuuc. 1 "
Lost Strayed Stolen.
STOLEN On Tuesday night, May
20, 1902, from the Waymart
farm, a bay icojt',' 3:. years .old; 16
hands and one Inch Jhigtf; blister, pn,
inside of each front leg and one hind
leg; castrated within two weeks.
Reward for return, or for informa
tion. R. P. Patterson's Sons, Car
bondale, Penna,' 5. u , ,;-
STRAYED Tor tin- nuideisgiuid'so preintsea, cow
ami tab, the fornVr i( bTaclc"ai'd while with
one long and out short horn. Owner can li.uo
Slime, by paying cpenscs. Cliailcs II. Slieild, old
Ke.iscr aicnue, lit). . t
I.OsT A ladles' gold watch; a liberal leivard will
be given if utiiineil td .Hotel Teruie.
LOSTSteel beaitbdpurff containing snull sunt
of money, on I.ickaw.inna avenpe, near Wy
oming. Finder, ptoii-e return, purso to Tribune
ojllce and keep contents. "
LOisT r2.", between Tecl; Lumber" Co., East Mar
ket stieet and Preslivtcrian ihiiich. Reward
If returnid to ufflce of Peck Lumber Co.
PROFESSIONAL) tj w
Certified Piiblic 'Accountant. ?-
EDWARD C. SPAl LDIMi, C. P. A., 2.1 TRAD
crs' Hank building. Old telephone. No. iMil.
FlIEDEIIICK l7 llltOW,. ,R(,'H. R., REAt
Potato i:chinge, Blds-r, 12il Wiishlnglon ave.
Civil and Mining- Engineers.
II. L. HARDIN!.',. S13 'COXNEI.L HUILDLVQ.
SI'EVE.NS-ON k K.VK1HT. 72fi COWVHI.L RLDO.
DR. (J. E. EILENIlEltHEH, 1'AULl IIUILDINO,
Spruce strict, huaiitou.
i)r'c,."o LAUBACH, HS WYllMINfi AVENUE
IVILLARD, WARREN k KNAPP, ATTORVEYS
and Counsellors-at-Law. u( to 012 Connell
D II. HEPI.O0I.E. ATl-ORNEY-LOANS NPOO-
llatul on real estate security.. Meals BidhUnir, .-
coiner Washington annuo and' Sprtio;sipr1t;i iJi"
jrTsiTp & ji-s(-p. a'itorveys'a'xd" corvi Sr
fcllois-at-law. Coiiimonvvealtli Building, Roomj j"
1U, 20 and 21,
7 . WATRES. A'rrORNEV-AT-LAW, lit) Villi ST
"of" Trade Bulling,. Si rauton. Pa. , ,,
. ,- ' r.'ui.i "i11 " if-T "
PA'Pl-EIP-ON k WILCOX, Til VDER'H NATIONAL ft-
Hank Building. j
A. W. DERTIIOLfT DtTlCi; MOVED '10 fVo! '-
Sll Wjomliirf avenue, i.s
Hotels and' Restaurants. ' T
THE El.lv C'.FE, 123 AND V FIUNKLI.V .H.
nuc. Rales reasonable.
P, ZIEdlJ'.R,' Pioprletor.
SCH.VNTOV IIOl'hE. NEAR D.. Ji. kj) PAS
senger depot, tVliuluatid onr'tliq jEuiopean
plan. VHTOIt KOCH. Proptletur.
A, II. HRICIiS. ((LEANS PRIVY VAULTS AMI
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cess poms, no oi'or,iuoij, uoiMu,H iyio', i,...
A, B. Brlggs, picplrior. Leave-oidus' HOC
Nortli Main avbluip; bl-' l!ickc' drug store, ior. ,
fvoilll .imiil aiiuii-, 'i i.
per Adams and Mulberry
Itutli 'tUvphoufs, 4,
JOSEPH KlV-rTK.fVlil.'AR 511 li.VUK.VV AVE.,
Scranton, 1-u,, inanufacliuer of Wlic- Sci-ceis.
.HROs., I'UlVlKltV SI 1'1'MES, IIV,
vi'luivs,.piper bagiv.j.viiie Vaichouse, M
WjshlnitlBn, -tviuue, bcijiytou, J'a. t j
1IIE WH.KfcsB VIIIIITHECOK1 V"AVllft HAH
ill Suanton at the news stands of Rihuuii
Bros., loo t-piuif iul nil Linden: M. Noitou,