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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNES-MONDAY, MAY 26, 1902.
X 1 Today's News I
A careful inspection of our line of
plain and fancies, including a variety
of all-over lace effects, will convince ?
you tnai ine selection ai me uig oiuic
is ample to satisfy the most critical.
Lace Usle Thread Hose superior quality, fast black,
four different designs to select from. All sizes, at JLOQ
Lace Lisle Black Hose many lace designs, also a lot of figures
in this lot, colors very striking and designs of the latest con- r
ceptlon in hosierydom. Priced at dUC
Lisle Thread Hose are knit of an extremely fine hard twisted
thread, made of superior cotton, which accounts for that durableness.
Such is this number. Hermsdorf dye, embroidered instep, also lace.
Included in this lot is a hose woven in lace effect, of fine cot-
ton, giving it a gauze appearance. Priced at 7 DC
Our $1.00 kind are the Ingrain Lisle Lace; come in
colors and plain, guaranteed fast black, at
our $l.oU Kind, extremely nanasome colors ana iace
effects; very prominent, all sizes, strictly fast colors, a pair
Two Lace Items
Point de Paris Lace and Inser
tion in width from 3 to 6 Inches.
Special for today and Tues-
day at, a yard SC
Torchon Lace and Insertion, a
variety of designs and num
ber of widths. Priced at, a
' yard 3C
I Fans for the
You can't find a better gift, and that will be more pleasing to the
young lady, than a pretty fan. White, tinted, plain bone and painted,
lace and plain edges, at a range of prices up to $5.00,
' Our Twentieth Century Restaurant will be the new feature, this
week. Watch the papers for special prices.
WHERE TO SPEND MEMORIAL
Go with the Crowd on the Opening
Excursion to Lake Lodore.
The excursion season will open at
Lake Lodore on Decoration day, May
30. Amongtho many attractions will be
a spirited base ball contest for a purse
of $25, between Scranton and Carbon
dale crack ball teams. The famous
Mozart band, whose superior dance
music Is recognized by all lovers of the
fantastic, will furnish a delightful pro
gramme in the mammoth balcony en
circled pavilion, with its smooth and
highly-polished floor. Caterer M. F.
Faddcn will serve refreshments In
abundance. The beautiful lalte will be
enlivened with its fleet of rowboats, its
(steam yacht, iiaphtlia launches, and Its
large and commodious excursion boat.
The Delaware and Hudson railroad
will run excursion trains, stopping at
nil stations, from Wllkes-Barre, at
greatly reduced excursion rates. Trains
will leave Lackawanna avenue station
at 9.15 and 10.13 a. in., and 1,20 p, m.
Faro from Scranton, 75 cents.
A Much Tnlked-of Improvement.
The stir the New Jersey Central's re
cent announcement made in regard to
its hourly trains between New York
and Philadelphia was far reaching.
Very few cities can boast of such a
train schedule and the beauty of it is,
that It's easily remembered a train
every hour on the even hour from 7 a.
m. to 6 p, m.
xhe locomotives, cars and Pullman
cars are the most modern, the roadbed
is rock ballasted, and as only hard coal
is used there is no smoko or cinders.
Every train runs direct to Reading
Terminal, Philadelphia, without change
and many of them cover the distance In
two hours. The neadlng route by which
the Philadelphia line is often known, Is
not only a short way to Philadelphia,
but it is likewise the scenic route. This
service goes Into effect on May 18, but
in noway does It impair the fast and
elegant service of the Royal Blue line,
which will run independently of the
First Class Tickets to San Francisco
and Return at Less Than Ono Way
On account of the Imperial Council,
Nobles of the Mystic Scljrine, San
Francisco, California, June 10th 14th,
11)03, the Lackawanna, railroad will Is.
sue first-class excursion tickets from
Scranton at the low rate of $60.25 for
the round trip, on sale good going May
26th to June 7th Inclusive and for re.
yrn to reach original starting point
not later than 60 days from original
date of purchase of ticket. See Depot
Ticket Agent In regard to stop off priv
ileges variable routes, side trips, Pull
man reservation8, etc.
Lackawanna Railroad Popular Ex
cursion to Niagara Sails.
On May 29th the ticket agents of
the Lackawanna railroad will sell
special round trip tickets to Niagara
Falls good going- on any train on the
above date and (or return up to and
Including June at the extremely low
ratt of 16.55 for the round trip, which
To the Knights Templar
And friends who will visit our
city this week we wish to say we
have made a special purchase of
Souvenirs that will be a reminder
of Scranton and many points of in
terest hereabouts an article that
will be useful and ornamental.
will be from Scranton. Children be
tween the ages of five and twelve years
one-half of the adult rate.
Low Rates to Ithaca, N". ., and
Return via the O. & W.
There will be a college regatta at
Ithaca, N. Y on May 30. The Ontario
and Western will sell round trip ticket
at the fare one way. Tickets will be
sold and good going May 29 and 30,
good returning to May 31, inclusive.
Low Rate of Fare to Portland,- Ore.,
On account of the National Convention
Travellers Protective Association of
America, Portland, Ore., June 3rd to
7th; the Supreme Lodge A. O. U. W.,
Portland, Ore., June 10th to 20th, 1902,
the Lackawanna railroad will issue
First Class round trip tickets for $70.30
on sale good going May 26th to June 7th
incl. and for return passage to reach
original starting point not later than
60 days from original date of sale. See
Depot Ticket Agent for particulars as
to stop-over privileges routes and train
G. A. R. Encampment Gettysburg,
Fa., June 4th and 5th.
For the above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will sell
first class tickets to Gettysburg and
return at regular one way fare for the
round trip good going -Juno 1st to 5th
Inclusive with final return limit June
7th. Children between the ages of 5
and 12 years one-half the adult faro,
Intercollegiate Regatta, Ithaca, N,
Y., May 30th.
For the above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will sell
first class tickets to Ithaca and return
at regular) one way fare for the round
trip. Tickets will bo sold good going
May 29th and 30th limited for return
to May 31st. Children between the
ages of 5 and 13 years one-half the
Epeclal to the Scranton Tribune,
Dundaff, May 23, Benjamin Lewis, of
Rlchmondale, w;ib here on a business
trip this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Bronson and two daugh
ters, of Unlondale, Pa., attended thn
concert at the Methodist Episcopal
church on Tuesday night last,
Mrs, H. E. Wells, of New York city,
was In town this week on a business
trip. While here she rented her beauti
ful residence in this place to Rev. Will
iam R. Tinker, pabtor of the First Bap
Rev, Emanuel Rever-a, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church, preached
his farewell sermon last Sunday, May
MlssJennle Sprong has gone to New
MllforrL.Pa., to attend the Normal.
Mlbs Gertrude Phillips, having fin
ished the term of school here as
teacher, has returned to her home at
J, C. Wells, who waB married to Miss
Jennie Moore, of Mount Pleasant, last
week, has returned home with his bride.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers have re
turned home, after having been inNew
York the past winter.
Lecturer John 8. Rood, of Minneapo
lis, Minn-, was a culler in our village
Wednesday. Mr. Rood was on his way
to West Lenox, where he delivers one
of his famous lectures.
IiYCBUM-TIm Murphy in "Old Inno
STAR-"The Vagabonds." Afternoon
'" "The Climbers."
Tho fifth play from the pen of tho pro
lllla Clyde Fitch to bo seen In this city
this year was presented at tho Lyceum
theater Saturday afternoon and night.
It Ib unquestionably tho best of tho llvo.
It cannot bo compared with "Captain
Jinks," because that wns cheap trash at
bottom; nor with "Lbver's Lano" or
"Nathan Hale," becauso In theso plays
Mr. Fitch wonk courting strange muses.
Tho only play of his It can bo comparod
with Is "Tho Way of tho World" and it
Is Infinitely superior as a picture of mod
ern society Ufa to that piece.
Llko every play that Mr. Fitch Iiob
written It surprises ono at times with Its
marvellous realism and with Its presenta
tion of scenes from real life, enacted by
real, living people Just as ono Is begin
ning to forget that ho Is In the theater
and to imagine that ho Is almost taking a
part In tho doings on tho stage, a situa
tion theatrical in the extreme, unconven
tional perhaps, but theatrical, Is dragged
In and tho illusion Is spoiled.
Tho 'first act from the moment tho cur
tain rose to the unexpected climax was
a llttlo maBlerploce. Mr. Fitch's daring
originality was evidenced as soon as the
audience got a view of tho Hunter drawing-room.
Tho funeral of tho late Mr.
Hunter has Just taken place and the ser
vants aro removing the two score and
more chairs. Carriages drive up and Mrs.
Hunter and her throe grown-up daughters
enter all dressed in black and all weaW
lng bonnets and veils.
Then began a series of Incidents In
which Mr. Fitch pictures with wonderful
skill the hypocritical pretense and sordid
selfishness which underlie certain phases
of metropolltanNSoclal life. Mrs. Hunter
Is sorry, oh so sorry, for her dead hus
band until his lawyer tells her that he's
loft her nothing. Then sho reveals her
true self. "It was just llko him, tho un
grateful thing," sho says, forgetting that
It was her extravagance that made him
bankrupt. Sho haughtily resents the
suggestion that her children should work
and'llounces from tho room In a towering
passion when her well moaning sistcr-ln-law
shows her how she can keep up ap
pearances by letting out the upper floors
of the house. But tho climax comes
when shortly after she Is pictured selling
her new winter gowns, which she will be
unable to wear becauso of having to don
mourning, to two breezy society women
at cut rates. All these things revealed
Mr. Fitch at his best In a field where he
alono Is master.
The main story of the play around
which the dramatic Incidents of the story
were woven concerned tho Platonic affec
tion (Mr. Fitch's long suit) existing be
tween a married woman and her hus
band's best friend. The husband Is a
weak, repulsive, worthless creature who
has ruined himself by speculation In the
"street" and who has embezzled funds In
trusted to him by relatives. In tho tolling
of It except In ono striking Instance the
playwright has generally followed good,
old lines. In those parts of tho notion
which do not affect the main story he is
at all times original.
Tho striking instance Is in tho second
act whero tho husband is placed in a po
sition where ho Is forced to make a con
fession of his wrong-doing before his
wife, his friend and two others. Ho says
he'll tell of it only in tho dark whereupon
every light on tho stage and In tho house
is put out and in the black darkness, in
visible to all, ho tells the story. This was
unconventional with a vengcanco but it
seemed ns if In striving to do something
out of tho ordinary Mr. Fitch had wan
dered too fnr from nature.
Tho dramatic scenes in the third act
wore worked out with no degree of clev
erness or Ingenuity and in the last act
the playwright let himself become sickly
sentimental. The wife and husband are
alone and he's telling her he'll win her
love i back. Sho says she'll never love
him but she'll live with him and not get
a divorce all for tho sake of their llttlo
Then to shiver music from tho violins
she begins to tell of bow happy they wore
in days gono by and how on the morning
they were engaged "the dew drops on tho
apple trees glistened like the tears in
my eyes as I told father I was tho hap
piest woman in tho world," etc., etc. One
feared every moment that tho horrible
child would bo brought on but tho audi
enco was spared this detail. Tho hus
band, weak to the end. finally poisons
himself and leaves tho wife to marry her
Platonic other half If sho chooses.
The company was fairly capablo and no
more. Charles Kent,, seen here before in
"Tho Sorrows of Satan," is a very the
atrical sort of a person and he posed and
strutted in the first two nets In a way
that was anything but life-liko. He
pitched his acting In tho "dark" scene
in too high a key but was more accept
able In the last two acts. James Carow,
ns Warden, the friend, had a splendid
part and ho didn't realize half of Its pos
sibilities. In his "big" scene In the third
act he lost nil solf-restralnt and let him
self loose. If played In a more subdued,
reserved mannor this scene would have
been Incalculably more effective. Fred
W. Petors was amusing as "Johnny Trot
ter." Jennie Eustaco gavo a capable and ef
ficient rendition of tho heroine, Mrs.
Sterling, a part requiring no great
amount of ability for lt3 Interpretation.
It was written for Miss Amelia Bingham,
whoso limitations as an actress are well
known. Miss Murlan Glroux In tho part
played originally by Clara Bloodgood,
carefully copied that actress" peculiar
style and made a hit, Marguerite St.
Find Robinson Crusoe's goat and
Solution for Last Week's Puzzles;
May l-One back of Putnam's arm; the
other aver head of the Indian.
May20-Oiie Is Inverted facing Pontlac
and the other nex,'t to the uplifted arm of
May 21-Daughter beneath bill of goosa;
son U under man nat otim-
John ns the widow was delightful and her
performance rrom uoginmng to cna was
tho best bit of work In tho play. Tho
small parts weio In generally competent
Closing Attraction at Lycoum,,
Tim Murphy, whom tho theatrical world
loves and praises, will doubtless bo wel
comed back to this city by a full houso
when ho makes his nppoaranco In "Old
Innocence," at tho Lyceum tonight. Mr.
Murphy delineates tho character of ono
"Jason Green," who by thrift has accu
mulated sufficient means to llvo comfort
nbly, who has an abiding faith In hu
man nature, and Is itctuatod by tho noblo
thought that thero Is a universal brother
hood of man.
Mr. Murphy brings with him nn excel
lent supporting company headed by Miss
Dorothy Sheirod, who Is well remem
bered for her charming work In "Tho
Carpet Bagger," "A Bacholor's Romanco"
and "A Cnpltol Comedy." The forthcom
ing presentation of "Old Innocence" Is
attracting no llttlo amount of Interest
among tho more discriminating of our
theater-goers and promises to bo ono of
tho treats of tho theatrical season In this
Charlotte Walker has signed a three
years' Contract with James K, Hackott ns
tho leading lady. - ,
Rlchnrd Mansfield will play "Brutus"
next season when ho puts on tho elabo
rate production of "Julius Caesar."
John Drow will probably not have a
new play next season, as "Tho Second In
Command" was a success last season.
Sol. Smith Russell's llfo was Insured for
over $100,000, and ,ln addition ho had near
ly $700,000 In government bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Walcott have
signed contracts to appear with one of
Mr. Belasco's companies next seasoh.
Augustus Thomas' "Tho Love of a Mil
liner" has been secured by Ktrke La
Shello and will bo used by one of hl3
stars, which ono has not been stated.
Edna May will not open her season In
this country until tho first of January,
owing to the great success of "The Three
Little Maids" In London.
C BASE BALL"")
Result of Yesterday's Games.
Scranton. 7: Reading, 3.
Lancaster-Lebanon; forfeited to Lan
aster. Today's Games.
Lebanon at Reading.
Scranton at Lancaster.
Standing of Clubs.
Played. Won. Lost. P.O.
Lancaster 13 9 4 .092
Scranton 15. 9 4 .600
Lebanon 14 8 6 .571
Reading It 4 10 .286
M'GARRY PITCHED GOOD BALL.
Enabled the Local Players to Take
a Game from Reading.
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Prcw.
Reading, May 25. Reading could not
stand the winning pace and fell back to
defeat again yesterday. Scranton turned
the tables on the team, 7 to 3, boforo a
good crowd. While Symons was hit hard
in the fifth and sixth innings, ho was
also given miserable support. The visi
tors played lino ball all through the
R. H. O. A. E.
Gorton, c.f 0 0 0 0 1
Blukoy. l.f 13 2 0 0
Nickels, 10 1 1 17 0 1
Logan, 2b 12 4 4 0
Gllleran, r.f. 0 2 10 0
Srhnialthz, 3b 1 12 5 0
Stroh, s.s 12 16 1
Kalncv, c 110 10
McGarry, p '. 110 10
Totals 7 13 27 17 3
R. H. O. A. E.
Barker, Cb 0 0 2 0 1
Jordan, lb 12 7 0 1
Hartman, c 0 13 10
Essler, r.f 112 0 0
Cole, c.f 113 0 3
Lawson, F.fi 0 1 1 S 1
Coursey 2b 0 14 2 2
Klnsel, l.f 0 2 3 0 0
Symons, p 0 113 0
Totals 3 10 23 14 8
"Gllleran out for cutting first base.
Score by innings: ,
Scranton 00003310 0-7
Two buso lilt Ess-lcr. Sacrlfieo hits
Barker, Gorton. Stolen bases Stroh,
Blakey S, Schmaltz. Double plays
Schmaltz And ftlckels. Bases on balls
Olt Mctfurry, 1; off Symons, 3. Left on
bnscs-Scr.ititon. 10; Reading 7. Passed
balls Rainey, Hartman 2, Wild pitch
McGarry. Umpire Sehl. Tlmo of gume
Tonight tho samo tubs played by elec
tric light. Oor 1,200 pooplo were present.
Scranton out-played Reading and in tho
last inning wen by a streak of batting.
Games Forfeited to Lancaster.
Lancaster, May 25. Manager Hynes,
who holds tho Lebanon franchise In tho
Stato I use ball league, had hl3 own
troubles hero yesterday. Thero was a'
game scheduled between Lebanon and
tho locals, but Hynes' players did not
show up. In their stead, however, came
the men who had been discharged by
Hynes Trlday In Lebanon. As soon as
they came to town, Hynes Instituted suit
May 22 The brother Is above her right
hand and tho sister is in the cuff of her
May 23 One gazes Into the king's right
nana ana mu oincr is in mo urapea cur
picture; one In foliage of tree, and the
ftisy -' une in lower leu-nana comer or.
ower n me ousn ai jne gaie posi.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
Mere Than Four Line, a Cents far Eich Extra Lint.
FOR RENT-Durlng tho summer season,
nicely furnished house, ton rooms,
modorn conveniences, abundance of slmdo
and pleasantly located on Dunmoro Su
burban car line, Add) ess J. C, care
Scranton Tribune. ,
FOR RENT-Elght-room house, 1514 Ca
pouso avonuo, all modern. Improve
ments. Alt. F. Clark, 310 Meat's building.
FOR RENT- No. H06 Dudley street, Dun
more, Pn ten rooms, furnished or un
furnished; nil modern Improvements; wine
porches and line lawns, fruit, garden plot;
convenient to all trolley lines. Call or ad
dress D. E. Barton, 221 West Drinker
street, Dunmoro, Fa.
FOR RENT-6-room furnished cottage for
tho season at Harvey's Lnko. Apply H.
A, SUvlus, 1012 Jones street.
BARN FOR RENT-$12, April 1st. three
box and three slnglo stalls and wain
rack, rear of 321 Mudlson avenuo. In-
qulfo at 634 Madison avenuo.
Furnished .Rooms for Rent.
FORU3NTOorniphed room, with
Improvements; also ono on third floor,
cheap. 627 Adams avonuo. l
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, modern
Improvements; private family; gen
tlemen preferred, at 637 Adams avenuo.
FOR RENT-Furnlshed room; heat and
bath. 623 Linden street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas and bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at 39 Adams avenue.
FOR SALE First-class 3-horsepowcr en
gine, 6-horsepower vertical Doner.
Kunz & Moore, 503 Cedar avenuo, Scran
ton. LIGHT your home, church, cottage, hotel,
etc., with acetylene gas. Cheap ns
kerosene, better than electricity or coal
gas. Safe. Write. Inspect our plant.
Philip J. Vcttcr, 622 Adams avenuo.
PIANO FOR SALE Almost new, used
less than five months; elegant upright
piano; will sacrifice. Call day or even
ing. 324 Franklin ave.
FOR SALE 15x18 Harrlsburg automatic
engine In A No. 1 condition; admirably
adapted for electric lighting. Can be
seen at tho works of tho Scranton Bolt
and Nut company.
JUST ARRIVED with 40 horses; good
workers and drivers; weight from 1,100
to 1,700; several closely matched teams;
can be seen at 334 Raymond court. F.
FOR SALE Hand silk doublers.
Bamford Bros., Faterson, N. J.
Board and Rooms.
VERY DESIRABLE suite of rooms with
first class table board, can be obtained
at 333 Jefferson avenue.
Wanted Rooms and Board.
WANTED Two communicating rooms
with board, private family preferrod.
Two ladies and a gentleman; state full
particulars. Address C. H. D., Tribune
SUMMER BOARDERS wanted at Dal
ton, ten minutes from station, good
water, excellent location, with plenty of
shade. Address box 116, Dalton, Pa.
WE SELL tickets and checks to all parts
of Europe. Consult us before purohas
Ing transportations. Wo will save you
money. Union Ticket Agency, 203 Lacka
wanna avenue, Scranton, Fa. Opposite
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED ROOMS For two adults, three
or four rooms, furnished or unfurnish
ed for very light housekeeping, first iloor
preferred. Address M. B Tribune office.
WANTED Furnished houso of four or
five rooms forhousekeeping. Address
A. G. E., Tribune office.
before Alderman Spurrier against Cos
Iplln, Latfey, Dunn, Phllbin, O'Neill,
Glbley, Tull and McDado for larceny by
ballco in keeping his uniforms.
Tho men e pressed their willingness to
give up the uniforms if Hynes would al
low them to keep their suits to play an
exhibition game with tho Lancaster
team. The regular gamo was forfeited
to Lancaster and an exhibition game was
played, Hynes withdrawing the suits
against tho players. The score of the
exhibition gamo was:
R. H. O. A. E.
I.ocrcher, l.f.. 2b 0 2 2 5 1
Shlnners, s.s 2 0 13 1
Jeffries, Sb 13 0 0 0
Drauby. lb 2 13 0 0
Ferris, c.f 3 4 3 0 1
Hlner, l.f 13 0 0 1
Britton, 2b 0 0 10 1
I'orduey, c 2 3 6 0 0
McGlynn, P 13 0 4 0
Keener, r.f. 0 0 10 0
Totals 12 IS 27 13 5
R. H. O. A. E.
Tull, 2b 113 2 0
Co3tello, r.f. .i 0 2 0 0 0
Grlblcy, c 115 10,
Dunn, s.s 0 2 4 ' 3 2
Laffey, l.f 10 5 10
Phllbin, lb 0 0 5 10
O'Neill, 3b 2 13 0 1
King, c.f 2 13 0 1
Carter, p 1 1 0 1 o
Totals 8 9 27 9 4
Two base hits Fordney 2. Hlnes. Cob
tello, Three bato hits MGlynn 2. Ferris,
King. Stolen base Ferris. Left on bases
Lancaster, 8: Lebanon, 9. Doublo plays
-Dunn to Phllbin to O'Neill, Tull to Phll
bin, Loercher, Shlnners and Hess. Struck
out By McGlynn, 4; by Carter, 3. Bases
on eirers Lancaster, 4; Lebanon, 4. Base
on balls Off McGlynn, 1; Fox, 4; Carter,
1. Hit by pitcher Keener, Passed ball
Fordney. Umpire Southard. Time 1.50.
At Cincinnati- R.H E.
Cincinnati 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 - 5 9 0
Brooklyn ,,,,o oo o ooooo o 4 0
Batteries Hahn and Peltz; Hughes and
Ahearn. Umpires Beck and Farrell.
(Regular umpire did not appear). At
At Chicago- R.H.H.
Chicago 00 1 0011 0-3 7 3
New York 00 I 0000 0 0 1 B 2
Battories St. fVraln and Kling; Dunn
and Bowerman. Umpire Q'Day, Attend-anco-14,000,
v Eastern League,'
At Nowark Worcester, 5; Newark, 3.
At Montreal Buffalo, 3; Montreal, l,
At Jersey City Providence-Jersey City;
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discovery of tho ago , Cures and prevents auollen
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Want Advertisements Will Be
Received at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P, U.
ALBKI1T BCIItU.TZ, enrner Mulberry
street find Webster avenue.
CU8TAV PICIIEL, 6M Adama avenue.
oKonot: w. Jenkins, ioi south Main
I'BED L. TEBl'PE, 729 Cedar avenue.
OEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market atreot.
CHAItI.ES P. JONES, 1557 Dickson
V. J. JOHNS, 020 Ciroen Tlldeo street.
O. LORENZ, corner Washington ave-
avenue and Marion street.
V. II. kNEPFEt, 1017 Irving avenue.
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ENERGETIC workers everywhere to dls
tribute circulars, samples, booklets,
etc., good pay. Distributors League, 40
WesU'JSth, Now York.
WANTED A hoy about 16 years of ago.
Apply at store. Louis Isaacs, 412
WANTED-A large boy at Gerson'o mil
linery. WANTED A young man or lady to start
endless chain. Write me, or send 10
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14 to 16 cents per hour; steady work.
Bellwood Manufacturing Co., Bellwood,
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED Girl for general housowork.
Call 622 Qulncy avenue.
WANTED Girl to go to Stroudsburg;
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Terrace 2 to 3 o'clock afternoons.
AN EXPERT bookkeeper and accountant
desires employment by tho day or
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B., Tribune ofllco, Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED-By a widow at
washing, Ironing or houso cleaning or
day work. Airs. P. Miller, 712 Schnell
FOR SALE Lot, corner Mulberry and
Wheeler avenue, 80x00; finest locatlqn
on the hlll.-For terms address S. Kline,
Plaintleld, N. J.
FOR SALE House and lot in the best
resident section of Green Ridge, at a
bargain. Alt. F. Clark. 310 Mearsbldg.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homes" In
upper Green "Ridge; choice neighbor
hood; most desirable locality for home
in Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvino,
1736 Sanderson avenue.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. Write for our special mar
ket letter. Free on application. S. SI.
Hibbard & Co., members N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange. 44 nnd 46
Broadway, Now York. Established 1S61.
Long Distance 'Phone 23SS Broad.
Lost Strayed Stolon.
LOST A ladles' gold -natch; a liberal
reward will be given If returned to
LOST Steel beaded purse containing
small sum of money, on Lackawanna
avenue, near Wyoming. Finder please
return purse to Tribune ofllco and keep
LOST $25, between Pock Lumber Co.,
East Market street and Presbyterian
church. 'Reward if returned to ofllco of
Peck Lumber Co.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of an In
tended application to tho Auditor Gen
eral and tho Governor of Pennsylvania,
August 5, 1002, for a charter for a bank
ing company to be called "The South Sido
Bank," of Scranton, Pa., to bo located
In the southerly part of tho city of Scran
ton, Pennsylvania. The specific object for
which it Is to bo chartered, Is to oxerclso
banking privileges undor tho provisions of
tho Act entitled "An Act for tho Incor
poration and regulation of banks of dis
count nnd deposit." upproved May 1J, 1S7U.
Tho capltul stock to bo fifty thousand dol
lars. WELLES & TORREY, Solicitors.
NOTICE IS hereby given that Blttenben
der company, persons having a Hon
under the laws of Pennsylvania upon
goods, ware and merchandise of v. H.
Campbell, consisting of one set of bugy
wheels on account of stoiaga and labor
hestowpd on such goods, tho owners hav
ing failed, neglected and refused to pay
the amount af such charges upon said
pioporty within sixty days after demand
thereof, mado personally, will oxposo tho
said hot of buggy wheels to salo at public
auction at Blttenbendet- Company's store,
l!tl Franklin avenue, city of Scranton,
Lackawanna county, Pa., on tho 5th day
of July, A. D.. 1902, at 12 a. in., nnd sell
the same or so much thereof ns shall be
sulllclent to discharge said lien, together
with costs of sale and advertising.
OFF1CEOF THE BOARD OF COMMIS
SIONBRS OF PUBLIC GROUNDS AND
WILLIAM A. STONE. T. L. EYRE.
E. B. HARDENBERGH.
FRANK O. HARRIS,
PROPOSALS for furnishing Stationary,
Fuel and other supplies.
In compliance with the Constitution nnd
tho laws of tho Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, wo horeby Invito scaled proinrf
als, at prices below maximum ratos flxo.l
In schedules, to furnish stationery, fuel
and other supplies for tho hovoral de
partments of the state government, r.nd
for making lepalrs In tho tovernl depart
ments, and for the distribution of tho
public documents, for tho year ending tho
first Tuesday of June, A. D. 1003.
Separate proposals will bo received and
separate contracts u warded as announced
In said schedules. Each proposal must
bo accompanied by a bond, with at least
two sureties or one surety company, ap
proved by a ludgo of the court of com
mon pleas of tho county In which tho
person or persons making such proposal
may reside, conditioned for the faithful
performance . of tho contract, and rd
dressed and delivered to the Board of
Commissioners of Publlo Grounds and
Buildings before twelve o'clock M.. of
Tuesday, the 3rd day of June. A. D. 1903.
at which time tho proposals will bo
opened and published In the Reception
Room of the Executive Department at
Harrlsburg. and contracts awarded as
soon thereafter as practicable.
Blank bonds and schedules containing
all necessary Information can be obtained
at this department T. L. EYRE.
For tho Board of Commissioners of
Public Grounds and Buildings. t
3 Insertions 25 Cents
Mors Thin Pour Unci, a Cents f Bach Bttu Ltii.
SEALED PROPOHALS will be opened In
thp ofllco of tho City Recorder by tho
Director of tho Department of Publlu
i2rksA aJL3 lc'ock p. m., on Monday,
Juno s. 1902, for tho following named
work: Paving certain portions of Carbon
street, Providence road. Diamond avenue
und Court street, with vitrified brick on a
concrete buso, In nccordahco with plans
and specifications on tile In the Bureau of
Each bidder Bhall enclose with their
proposal, cash or certllled check In the
sum of one hundred ($100) dollars as m
guurantco to execute a contract for the
work within twenty (20) days If awarded
tho same. In caso tho bidder, to whom
the contract shall have been awarded, re
fuses or omits" to execute a contract for
tho work within twenty days from the
date of tho nward, the enclosure accom
panying tho proposal shall be forfeited to
tho use of the City of Scranton..
Proposals shall cover tho entire .work,
and shall state separately the price for
setting or resetting curbstones, the,prlca
for paving per squnro yard, which is to
Include the cost of grading as shown en
piofilo, and the price for keeping said
pavement in icpalr for five years, ftom
tho acceptance of bamo by tho city.
System of sowers, Section "JF," Seven
teenth District,, in the Twelfth and Nine
teenth wards. Bidders shall enclose with
each proposal, cash or certified check In
tho sum of threo hundred ($300) dollars as
a guarantoo to executo a contract If
nwardod tho, same. In case the bidder to
whom tho contract shall have been
awarded, refuses or ornlts to oxecuto a
contract for tho work In accordance with
tho'plans and specifications therefor with
in ten (10) days from tho date of tho
award, tho enclosure accompanying his
proposal shall be forfeited to the use of
tho City of Scranton.
System of sewers, Section, "A," Seven
teenth District, In the Eleventh 'ward.
Same, conditions as section "F."
System of sowers' In Webster avenue. -Kellum
"court, Taylor avenue, Buenzll
court, Irving avenue, Prescott avenue and
Ash streot, in tho Tenth ward.
System of sewers in Wyoming avenue,
Ash street, Onkford court. Forest court
and Brock court, in tho Seventh and Thir
Bidders shall enclose with each proposal
cabh or certified check In the sum of one
hundred ($100) dollars as" a guarantee to
execute a contract If awarded the same.
In case the bidder to whom the contract
shall havo been awarded, refuses or omits
to execute a contract for the work In ac
cordance with tho plans and specifications
therefor within ten (10) days from the
dato of the award, the enclosure accom
panying his proposal shall bo forfeited to
the use of the City of Scranton.
Plans and specifications aro on file and
can bo seen at the Bureau of Engineering.
Bidders will bo furnished with proposal'
blanks nt the Bureau of Engineering and
no others will bo accepted.
All proposals shall be filed with tho City
Controller, In his office in the City Hall.
Scranton, Pa not later than !.30 o'clock
p. m., on Monday, June 2. 1902.
Tho city reserves the right to reject any
or all bids
JOHN E. ROCHE, Director,
Department of PublUrWorks.
Scranton, Pa., May 22, 1902. -
Honey to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amounts from
$10.00 to $500.00 on nousenoia rurnuure,
pianos, horses and carriages, the prop
erty remains undisturbed In your, possess
ion, giving you tho use of both-the. money
nnd tho property. Loans made to suit
tho borrowcr's'convenlence'forarry period
from ono to twelve months. Loan can bo
paid In weekly or monthly Installments.
Wo give' you tho privilege of paying tho
loan nt any time, so that you only pay for
the tlmo you keep It. Wo make a $10.00
loan just as promptly as wo do a large
ono. It costs nothing to make applica
tion. Wo are-only..too glad to give you
full Information regarding our new meth
od of maKTng this class of loans.' Our
offices aro centrally located and com
modious. Private offices for ladles. Ad
vances made on storage warehouse re
ceipts. SCRANTON LOAN GUARANTY CO.,
207 Wyoming avo 2nd Floor.
Phono No. 2S2G.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN
Quick, stialght loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker, 314-315 Connell building.
RHEUMATISM All parties that wish
can he speedily nnd permanently cured
of all varieties of Rheumatism by a vege
table compound; cures guaranteed. In
quire or address J. E. Taylor, Scranton.
Certified Publio Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING. C. P. A.. 23
Traders' Bank building. Old telephone.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B
Real Estate Exchango Bldg., 12S Wash
ington avc. ,
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 726 CONNELL
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER. PAULI
building, Spruco street, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 WYOMING ave.
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, AT
' torneys nnd Counsellors-at-Law. 60S to
612 Conuetl hulldlng.
JESSl'P & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors - at - Law. Commoawealth
Building, Rooms 19, 20 and 21,
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Board of Trado. Building. Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON WILCOX, TRADERS'
X,tUn1 Tlnnlr liiUr1lt-if
nuywimi ttiv uiiHMiMni
A. W. RERTHOLF. fiFFICE MOVED.TO
No. 2U Wyoming avenue.
mi.in -Krmrha nnrl r.nhHs reclstered. Tho
only licensed. Ptnt Att'ys In Scranton
Reploglc & Co.. Mean Pldar.'
Hotels and Restaurants,
THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenuo. Rates reasonablo.
' P..y.(.EOLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOOfclK. NEAR D.. L. &JV
IMbsengcr depot 'Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor
A. R. BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor: only Improved
pumps used. A. B. Brlggs, proprietor.
Leave ordeis 1100 North Main avemie.
or Elcko's drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry. Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR JU LACKA,
ave., Scranton, mfrs. of Wire Screens.
MEGARGEF) BROS,. PRINTERS' Sup
plies, envelopes, paper bags, twlae.
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue.
THE WILKES-BARRB RECORD CAN
bo had In Scranton at the news stand
of Relsman Bros.. 406 Spruce and C03
Linden; M. Norton, 322 Lackawanna
v.j I. 8. BcbuUr.'2U-8pre,trM$,x,