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THE SCRANTON TttlBtofc-SATURDAY, , ,JtJNli) 28, 1902
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hen space will permit The
Tftbune It always glnd to print
short letters fiom its friends bear
ing on current topics, but Its tule is
that these must be signed, for pub
Illation, by the writer's real name;
and the condition precedent to ac
ceptance Is that all contributions
shall' be subject to editorial revision.
MFi7frM7AT KATi: KOK ADVKKT1HINO.
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tnc iuiiijwihk eiiuir mmn e.n- i.,.- -Inch
rtioli ItiKcitlou, spiau to lie iced wltn
iti,mc ypm :
I .out tlmii'uii Inches
r'r? .'.' -",,,.V
itfl " .M.'.V.
MP " . ...
for i'iihIm mi' ihiiukx. i evolutions or eon
iloliMicp, mill hIihIIiii muttlliiitloim In Hi"
liijtuit' of mlvpitMtiR'I'liP TillmiiP miiKii
nirltttitrit .if r. haiiIu ii Hue.
Union nt ('Inininnil AilvrillHlnc fll
jiMimI on application.
t scranton, xv sr. 2 mo.'.
: . State.
O6'vomov-S. AV. T'rjNNVPACJKIJIt
T.lpiitPiiHnt fiow-rnm V. M. HHOWS.
ScoiPlnry nf internal Arfutit, J3AAO 1
Stft'ond DIMili-l JOHN SUIIUUHR, 3K,
TIHid Dlmtlct-KDWAUD JAMUS.
Fourth Dlsliiot-l'. A. I'HILBIX.
The "boy orator" litis laplelly devel
oped In to a mature fault-finder.
Has Earned a Renomlnatlon.
THE OFFICE of eongieman i
one tli.it tnkoH buslnesi abil
ity to till. This Is getting: to
be a biff countiy. It Is
Blowing ceiy day. Its aff.ilrs aic
steadily bioailenlng in every dhection.
Moie tlinn anything el.ie in the hand
ling of those affalis llpe expeilenop
and t-oninuin sense aie requited. Jlen
iho .ui biilllant of speprli very often
do not slice cetl well in ptactle.il m.it
toi. "When j on see a man who lias
demonstrated his capability to manage
rntcipils-es HiiixPsMully for himself
and along llbeiul lines, making them
beneficial to the coniniunitv, then jou
aie jtistllleil in believing thut .such u
jtmn i an be ti listed to manage the af
falis of other people.
The ofllie or eongiessiimn is in leullty
Just like that of the trustee of an es
tate. A ..trustee looks out for tluee or
four hells, wheieas a Longiessmun is
expected to, and, If he does his duty,
dues look alter the affalis of thousands.
No voter should vote Tin a man to go
to congicss whom tji.it oter would not
bo willing to hae administer his own
estate, If he has one. If two men aie
1 mining and one Is supeilor to the oth
er In business expeilence and In the
ability to look arter matters of laige
rontein it would be the policy of icn
hon and common Sense to piefer the
better man. It should be ieweil as a
business piopositlon entliely.
The cougie.ssmaii fiom this distiict,
Hon. William Council, is a. candidate
for le-electlon and Is opposed for the
nomination. It is haidly necessaiy to
rail attention to All. Council's business
qualifications. They h.ue been piovetl
by the tact that, starting In lite as a
lomnion laboier at a wage linidly suf
llclent nowadays to keep u boy, he
voiked Ills way up until by honest
methods and to the benefit ut eveiy
man, woman and ihlld In the commun
ity louutl about him for Mr. ('ontitH's
money, us he eat tied and saved It, was
put at unce to woik in building up
home industiles and in opening
chiuues for the eiuplo.wuent of addi
tional la'lioi he became a man of laige
wealth. But theie has neei been a
time since tortune fawned William
Connell that he has not been easy of
uppioach by any man, howevoi humble;
or that the Milee of want or tumble
appealed to him In vain.
As a congiessman Air. I'onnell has
at tended as faithfully to hit. duties as
If lie had not another Inteiest In the
woild to look niter. He has been u
voikei and u telling woiker ut Wash
ington virtually eveiy day of each .ses
sion. Not only lias lie seiuied the pas
sage of tlie federal court bill, something
which Uls predece.ssoi.s had been Hy
ing to do without success for almost u
biote of yea to, uud gained the consent
of loiigie.ss and piesident to an appio
pilatlon of $0,000 Mr the entailment
of tlie ricianton fedeial building most
itfwltUli.wllLbo paid out lieto.lu Mages
toiiiioi-d!5 hw also been exceptionally
Hurecssrul In piiililng pension mullet h,
laiis of the people ot tlie dlstiicttlu the
evecuilso ilcpiti tments. uiul . In submit
tlffg iietltloii,.nWjppiluls'iiiiil other'
miuteis of, i.(i
i. . - . -j!.yv-.'.i.-i . t . - .-
oi, l.SATi4)Wfife Vnii iiatiJiml
i. n i rw' iiii -i .iji jl.
jt sVbwr'WWiiy Oiat a bialn
leqf dilvees pat ueconip.my the
i v "V
riJi-;iiT.iKm; is tijeeinu n.cv
" "Uut 6ohid fiom the "ali'lcken
ITHRrV beilS(le:""AVe Can Imagine
n man ji low In inlsiuHhiopy
na uor'ta rejoice that IMward is gt
tlpgj'better anil (o wish Uiut Hie in
pioement may continue untl) tliu
loyal patleiit shall be fully icatoied and
icac(yfor Hi3 reiembnlal 'i6lx had
otbl?! octaslori to ln,"n,'uj(ivciqi.Voi)
louRly pMtuM)ei, Wt nitty all have
uut'ft ppiutou' about kings, and those
int snpMiiunino urteniionuyvniHi in
justice follti!,oii9ttlt4ieltfcvVVtWku '
(.'iwnejl haeathv,totiMiX'''Ui a ie
e.'tliln 'The ,pdVC oCmW guilty
wiijuldV niulce a' 'jjil'staKp .tjitTey., Bliouht
teplaci fo"tijf&ii(;iVs8j!i!ijiliy one
who don't like them an governliiR In-
vlllllllnrta ni irilt rt.llnntlM '.lrt,l'f Mrtorl Irt
Jive uiiiler them. But sb long as kings
exist, It Is cleat ly advantageous to all
that the good ones should live long,
Kilwaid, being unquestionably n good
one, Is entitled tn rolnr under tills head.
What vi think or our president when
vn ate not abusing him "like a pick
pocket, tlit people of England unit her
many (olonle.s think With gteatly In
cieused empliasls and feeling of their
king, the dlrretetiL'c being that piel
dents come fieiiuently and get to be a
not uncommon article, whereas kings
aie few and far betnetM. if wo can
lecall the shock which good Americans
felt at the shooting of McKlnley, we
will gain some Insight Into the feeling
which now actuates Englishmen the
w oi Id around and u fellow-feeling will
make us wondious kind. If, after the
disappointments and tilals of the.
Ponth Aft lean war, something were
needed to knit ICugllshmen together
and to take the keen edge on acrimon
ious cilticlsui and futile icci'linlnatlon,
possibly this suddenly disclosed illners
of the king, which hus Htlrted the
heatts of the lb Itlsh people and pio
voked new pulse beats of loyalty and
Impel lal pilde, was in the natuio of a
special piovldeme. It Is cettulu that
If the Mug shall iccover, as now for
the 111 st looks piohithle. the di (Untitle
Incident ol his seemingly ill-timed af
fliction will, In yeais to come, be
viewed In reti aspect as the stuttlng
point of a new eia In Biltish Impel lal
Isni. And now It Is announced that Air.
Clutlnle Is undecided as to whether he
will accept candidacy for the position
of gubeinatoilal second violinist.
To Prevent Conference Deadlocks.
THE AIIX-l'P which lias re
cently taken place In Hie
Twenty-sixth senatoilal dis
tiict piesents an Inteiestlng
study of the confetee sstem of making
patty nominations. "Wajne and Sus
qiiehaniia, with four confeiees apiece,
had been striving lor some time to
nominate a candidate for state senator
and after lepeated adjournments met
lat Monday In Susquehanna. Inasmuch
as theie has been conflict of testimony
as to what happened at this meeting,
we give below the version ouched for
by Hip Honesdale Citizen:
"As l elated by Hie AVujne confeiees,
the repiesentatlves of the two counties
being unable to agree on a candidate,
nurnciouR propositions for an adjourn
ment weie made on the part of Wayne,
which weie voted down by Susque
hanna. Finally, at about 4 o'clock on
Tuesday afternoon, after some inef
fectual balloting, William A. Bleclt. nf
Wayne, chaiiman of the confeience,
asked if theie was any fuither business
to be taken up; and, no i espouse being
made, he declared Hie confeience ad
lout ned to meet at the Allen house,
Honesdale, on Monday. Juno 3U, at - p.
m., and tlieieupon the AVayne lonfeiees
left for home. Iatei, it appeals, J.
Ben. Robinson, of Wajne, accepted an
invitation to join the Susquehanna (on
ferees, and, on a ballot being taken,
voted for the nomination of Colonel
Piatt, the Susquehanna candidate.
"Air. Robinson was not a ronfciec of
Wajne. The Wayne county convention,
besides nominating Air. ftleflei , authoi
ized him to select the lonfeiees to lep
le.sejit the count, lie accoidlngly se
lected William A. Blcck. C. Al. Betz, II.
X. Failey and E. II. Coitiight. They
accepted the appointment, and acted as
confeiees. At the first meeting of the
conteiees, at Susquehanna, Alt. Betz,
being unable to lemain after the litst
day, substituted I,. AI. Atkinson, and
Air. Atkinson next substituted Air. .Rob
inson. At the meeting on Alonday, the
oilgln.il confeiees weie piesent, and
acted as such. At the close of Alon
day's session, Air. Betz, being again un
able to lemalu, .substituted N. B. Spen
cer, who acted as his substitute timing
Tuesdaj's sessions, and until the ad
journment declined by Clialiman Blei k.
Thus Air. Uoblnson was entliely with
out autho'iity to lepiesent AVayne In
the confeieiue. If his power was not
exhausted at the close of the sessions
for which he was substituted, it was
wholly supeisedcd by the return of Air.
Betz to the confeience, and his later
substitution of Air, Spencer in place of
"Whether Chairman Week's declara
tion of adjournment opM.itcd as a valid
adjournment, is not tmitcilal. The with
drawal of the AVayne confeiees left the
confeience either dissolved or without
a quia urn, and In any aspect without
power to make a valid nomination, or
to do anything but adjourn, The Sus
quehanna ( on f ciees who remained had
then no moie power to call in All. Rob
Insun, and make a nomination, than to
call in a tramp, or lour tiamps, to lep
iesent AVa.vne and bind her by snih
action. A nomination for senatoi, by
the distiict, et lemulns to be made,
and until It Is made by coiifeiees duly
iiuthoilzed to make It, Hie senatorial
ticket lemulns vacant,"
This etsion may have a AVayne Huge
to It; no doubt It has. AVe do not u
fer to the matter with a view ot taking
sides. It Is simply Inteiestlng as giving
foiee to the need of a levlslon of oui
system of making p.uty nominations.
The one sine way to pieveut confeieme
deadlocks is to nominate by diiect vote
at a unlfoiin piliuary. Then It will be
for the mujoilty of the soteis to choose
their rcpiesentntlves and when the vote
has been polled It will be nieiely u
matter of mathematics.
TIip Indications that theie u? moie
geneials than privates connected with
the Venezuela i evolution seive to stifle,
anxiety that might otheivvlse bo felt
at a distance fiom the scenes of double.
' The piomlses made at Eile lllustiato
ane,w the asset Hon that a deceptive
hralu Is geneially accompanied by a
plausible tongue, ,
It is pleasing to note that the tesults.
of the New London boat laces were
such as to five eveiy body a chance to
i .. .
"Elijah" Dow Id announces that no
flreciackeiH uud other Fouith of July
accompaniments will be allowed In Kiou
City, As Piophet Dovvlo has had n
monopoly on the noise made In his,
bailiwick heietofotc, the edict seems
uatuial, but t looks like Hie blgticst
Ihe career tit Hie re
The Philadelphia Record prints a
plcttlic of Candidate Pattlsou that Is
sin mounted by a halo that resembles a
btlnch of Icicles. The chill blasts of
JtlMe or the ptospeots of severe political
frosts In Xovetnbet aio having n bale
ful influence upon the allegorical ar
tists of the Quaker City.
Expet Ipiicc of the talkative people
down In Tennessee shows Hint It Is
safer In some sections to nbuse Ameil
can sold lots through the ptess or lung
The Eilo convention has had the ef
fect of giving leuiput in y promlneiw to
quite it number of unheralded states
men, Analysis of Oiir
Special CuiiespoliUelice of The Tilbutic.
Washington, June .'7.
Till: EXPORTATION of inamifae
tliies (lining Hip eleven months
ending with .May, 1U.C, is gi cater
than that ol any pi n piling ear, e
eppt hi It mi and stvcl. The total ex
poits ol iiiaiiuractmes for the eleven
months ending with May amount to $371,
dl7,Mi'. against J!7X,M;,lli. In the eleven
months or 1'Hil, or onlv ?ii,.,is7 less than
those ot last vcar, The espials of lion
and steel niaiiiitiu Hues lin the eleven
months me $'H).7Mir,7l. against $0'i, ISN.sJT
in the coiicspumlliig months of last p.ii'.
a l eduction of flS.iiri.-'"'!. From this It
would appear that the expuits of niatiu
factincs other thin lion and steel aio
Jll.sn.'H.'i gie.itei than In the coiiespond
Ing mouths ot the pic'cedlug tar. The
exports ot iiiuniifaotines otliei than lion
and steel aie, for the eleven months end
ing with Jlnv, IHiJ. -'M),!ti7,U W. For the
eleven months eliding with Alay, 1'Hil,
they weie J.VJ.nrl.ij .'l For the eleven
months ending with May, IS'Hi. tliev wem
S-N;.0"ti.TOI. but when It Is lemembeied
that these flguios Includid the csimits to
Poito Rico and Hawaii, which (lie not
Included In those of tKl and I'm.', it
becomes appaieut that the cxpotts oC
nianurac lines other than lion and steel
In the eleven months of the piesent tlscal
ear aie gicalei Hum those foi the samo
period In any piecedlng jcar In this hls
toiy ot our commence.
While tlie e.ioits of lion and steel
have been dcci easing, ltnpoi tatlcins of
lion and steel have been Increasing. The
following table shows the Impoits and
epmts ot Iron and steel mniiiifiictiimi
In eleven mouths ol each of the llscal
eius linn, lioi and IfOJ:
I'levcn and steel., und steel,
months Uollnis ' Doll.us
1' 1S,I,V.V,7 110,0.U,S7."
lSill Hi, IOS,'Ki i Jd'i.lSISJ7
l'KU 'Jt.-iH.B.'". !W,7S0"i71
I 'i urn this It will be seen that the inl
poitatlons of ii on and steel in inufiictiues
have muteil.illv Incieased dining Iho
tluee ens, .uul the e vpoi tiitlims of lion
unci steel niatoilallv deci cased The ciinso
of this change In Hie condition or the loi
elgn comnieue hi iiiin and -.kel Is dis
cussed In the lepcnt of the lion and Steel
association, lust icieived bv the ticisiuj
bin can of statistic-, as follow-:
"A in ii kid change has taken pi ice tn
our loielgn tiade In lion and steel slnco
this subject was ptomineilHv leteueil to
in oui annual l epulis in lsy.) and 1W0 In
is'ii anil hnmedlatelv piecedlng jc.us lliu
lion and steel Industiles ol Etuope weie
escepllonallv prospeiou-, time was .
lie live demand and pi ices weie high. In
the eais lust pi lor to IVII the pi Ice of
iion and steel in the Culled State- weie
lower than thev hud evel been. I'ndei
these conditions we natiiiiillv' loiiiul op
poi Itinitles to dispose ol our sin plus iion
and nil el iiiodiict- hi neiili.il maikets
and even In the ho. ne niailci'ts, ol oui
Kiiiojiean competltois. But these eoucli
tlous have ni.itel lallv changed: the Emo
peun demand und Euiopeau pilces havo
dec lined and the home demand upon oui
own iion and steel woiks has uie. tlv In-ciei-cd
while our pilces have advance d:
heme sh.uper competition In ueiitial and
all foicign m.ukets and 1m leased lotelga
competition in cur own niaiket-.
"The llgmes of Inciea-cd linpoils and
dec leased expents of lion and steel should
not be ha-tllv disnil esl bv oui iion and
steel ln.iniiliictuiei.s. AVe hope that they
will lead them instead to dismiss the
thought that the weald's matkpM for
iion and steel .lie to he easily captuiid
and held The activity In our espou
Hade In lion and st, "1 In the last few
Jems was exceptional and abuoitmil. Not
only Is Eiuope adopting out lmpioveil
methods ot iiiamilnc tme, but It will ul
was have cheap labm, and by Hies
iReucles it tan hold its own maikets and
actively and aggic-slvely conlend lor this
possession of ntiitial maikets. For out
lion and steel Inelu-ttii-. as well as fnt
all other donio.nlc nianutactmhig: indus
tiles. out homo inaikcl must always be
oui best mail et,"
The lollowlng table shows the opoi ts
by piluili,il clas-es dm tug the elevu
mouths ending with Alay lWil and VM,
-t :. t t:.T'J
Piodiicls of ngil-
eulluie S Vel.UJ.llir,
ManufHclines .... :;7.."Vt. I'm;
Alining n.i.'. 1S
Total dollle stlc...$l,':.-!,!l"iD.1!i
FoieigU expoils, S,mi.'.fi:
Total u.pnil.s.,..f,';M,0rxl,7.,S Jl.SOJ.ns.lU
"Peace!" is Hie vvoiel, to the war-swept
That the galloping laughois bilug.
"Piace!" Ih the ciy ill a lone heait-felt
Pi oui eostei and peer and king.
"Peace!" Is tho chum a mighty voice
t'lualsed In a i.ipt leliain
As nations, a wm Id-wide. Huong, lejolce--
Hut the giaves ol the dead leinalu.
ChpoiH fiom a ia i lad bin sting tin oats
(ileetllig the welcome news.
Songs hi a tlood of thankful notes,
Till oven lllrt stones enthuse,
An end to tho long, long stialn,
An end to the battle and much nail
the slaves of tho dead lemain.
Tho i Hie Is mute on thn bovvldcied top,
The evening lamplights glow;
The funnel thinks on a elllfeient ciop
Than bullet and shell way sow.
Over the veil," all silent, vast,
Tho oilmen wheel In alu.
The banquet of war is done, at last
Rut tho giave.s of tho dead lemain,
Alotheis thi'io aie who now may sleep,
Nor di cam of a nio.inh'g boy;
AVIvch who out of their gladness weep;
.Maidens who dance with Joy,
Rut In many u homestead teais aio hot,
And many an English lane,
AVhere bm a of tho tidings peace cumes
For tho giaves of the dead loiniiln.
Kdwln Sublu. In l.csllo's Weekly.
Shoe for Women.
On Virginia Avenue, the Widest and
Within a few jaitls of thn Voinons Fttool
most desliablo bathing giounds. All
nun run o.iins. Accominoiiations lor
New Jersey Avenue, and tlie Beach
Atlantic City, N. J.
Sele.'l, httth elacit lanilly lintol: nilstno tho
best; vu lie lor booklet. U.S. STIiVCsS, Proo.
John .1 shiiiifeltcr, .ManugiT lorulcrty or tho
Hotel l.orniln, f'iillailelinlii and tho ParU
Kentucky Avenue. Pint Hotel fiom Beieli,
lintte C'ltj, A. J.t en) OecTii view roumi; n
paclt.v lutfj write for kpcclat nites. J. II. Jcnl.
AN OLD-FASHIONED FOURTH
XX Of P.
NEW FASHIONED SHOES.
The Always Busy
114-110 Wyoming: Ave., Scianton.
Filed ackers will be given fiee to
the boys on the morning1 of July 4,
from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Has Ever Been Found
in the Enamel of
Frotccted by Dcc!:Ion cf United States Court
BT""I a. 1 T7 TO
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FKOVtib IT. v
If substitutes are offered, write us
This trade-mark is on every piecs
of genuine Agate Ware.
ffulel ti" rirt-ehsa Department nml Hcure
fuiiUhlw; Bturn. Ifeiiel fue mv, llexiklet.
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si."voinc jio'saoa iinujiao
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140-143 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Complete lino of the genuine L. &
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Nickle Steel Wnxe.
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and WllUes-Batre. Pa.
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
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Tier and noanlnalli and In fiont ot thn
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Islud looms ami nil other expense! onlv
Ji:,U 1'Ult AV1JIJK. In addition to thn
leKiil.ir Ucpiiitmcnts In tho Nminal
ntopi'i. xit iiuvci n iino t;or.i,i:uu pitn-
I'.VUATOUV l)i:i'AU'l'Mi:NT, Wo enn
haxo ou 0110 full eur In oiir rnllcvo
Piepaiiitiou. JJeiMilnionls of JlUSK',
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ING IN CHINA and WAT11H COLORS,
luiiBlil by Specialists.
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er iccltutlon rooms. A IMN1J UYJINA
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GEO. P. BIBLE A. LI.
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Certificate admits to many Colleges. Thorough Prepar
ation for Harvard, Yale and Princeton. Lower Schoolfour
year course. Upper School four-year course, E:pe rlenced
For Catalogue and Information Address
Alfred C. Arnold, A. B.
Work of a Few Months
(Value $9,574) to be given in The Scranton
Tribune's Great EDUCATIONAL CONTEST.
The spoclil rewanls will be Riven to
the poison securing: tho largest num.
her of points
Points xxill ho credited to contest
ants sceurliiR new suhsriibets to Tho
Scranton Tilluinej as follovx.s:
One month's suhscilptton....$ .TO 1
Three months' subscription. 1 -3 a
Six mouths' subscription.... 2. VI li
One year's sub'.cilption 500 12
The contestnnt xvtih the hiffhost ntim
bei of points xxlll be glxeii ti cIioIlo from
tho list of snecial icxxniils; the con
testant xith the second h'nthest num
ber of points xxlll be Rlxen 11 choice of
the lemalnlii!; lew arils, and so on
thioiiRh the lis!.
The contestant xxho serines the IiIrIi
rst number of points duiinR nnv cal
endar 1110111111 of the contest xxill ic
cclxo n special honor roxinitl. this re
xxaicl beliiB entliely iudcpcnclcnt of tho
NOTICE that according to the above rules, EVERY CONTEST
ANT WILL BE PAID, whether they secure a Special Reward or not.
Special Honor Prizes for June.
Two Special Honor Prizes are to be presented to the contestants
securing the largest number of points during the month of June. Only
points scored during June will be counted.
First Prize Ten Dollars in Gold.
Second Prize Five Dollars in Gold.
Special Honor Prizes for July, August, September and October
will be announced later,
Those wishing to enter the Contest should send in their names at,
once. All questions concerning the plan will be cheerfully answered.
Address all communications to
During the summer of 1902 in
struction in all the subjects required
for admission to the best colleges
and scientific schools will be given
at Cotuit Cott.isjcs, a Summet School
of Secondary Instruction, Cotuit
Mnssachuesetts, under the direction
of Principal Charles E. Fish. The
courses of instruction are for the
benefit of five classes of students:
1. Candidates who have received
conditions nt the entrance examina
tions. 2. Candidates who have postponed
examinations until September.
3. Students in Secondary Schools,
who, by lenson of illness or other
causes, have deficiencies to make up.
4. Students in Secondary Schools
who wish to anticipate studies and
save time in the piepnrntion for col
lege. 5. Students in college who have
admission conditions which must be
removed before tho beginning of the
next Scholastic Year.
For Particulars Addiess
CHARLES E, FISH, Principal,
Dr. & Mrs. John MacDuffie's
SCHOOL POR GIRLS
CSIIi r 'Inrnfj'flu' jeJi uiuln Iho inaniito
incut of MIS-5 HOW Mill. (AiIIirh pieiuutury
ami iciilcmla course?. Resilient puplU limited to
20. 10 KirN nun utldcnt llciutlful grounds.
Tenuis court. Imtrintlftu In iiciiiiiUiict with
liUhPit iciiHlroniniH t lt collogcs. Tor par.
tlculJrs ami cntilnsno udilrcKi
John JlaelliiflK-, I'll. !., Fprlngflelel, Ma.
EOBANTON COHRE3PONDEN0E S0H0DM
X, J. Faster, President. I lmer 11. Uwill, lret
B. J, Foster, Stanley P. Allen,
Vice President. Secretary,
ScliotnrFlilpi In Hyractisu Unlver-
Hlty. nt J I.; J nidi , t SGI
Seholamlilp In UiicUnell tinlver-
nlty .' r29
SeLotnislilp In Tho Unix orally of
Sclinlnralilp In WnshlitKlon Hclinol
for Uovii 1700
Scliolnrxfilp In Wllllnmsport Dlcli-
Inion Seminary 750
SeliolnrBhlp In nicl.lnson CollcRlulo
I'repiiutory School 759
Srliol.uslilp in Nowton Collealato
Reliolnrjililp In Keymtono Aciuleiny. fioe)
Selmlnrrliip In Hi own CoIIcko 1'iep-
nratory School 600
SrliolniRhlp tn tho School of tho
Scholarship In Wllttcs-Uiino Insti
Scholarship In Cotult Cottnso
(Summer School) 230
Scholarships In Scianton Censor
vatoiy ot Mimic, at !- each BOO
Sehnlai ships In tho llniclenburch
School of Music and Art 4C0
Scholarships In Scianton Business
i'oIIprp, nt $100 each SOO
Scholiu fillips In Interuiitlonnt Cor-
1 cponilenen Schools, ax-crago
xalue $.',7 each 2sr
Sclioliu uhlps In I.nckaxxanna Busl-
nchs CoIIpkc, at ?S.". each 170
Si'liol.iiMlilps hi AlfieU Woolei's
Xoc.il Studio i-5
disposition of tho scholar
Lact contestnnt falling to secure a
speciul lexvaul xxill bo plxon 10 per
cent, of alt monoy lie or sho turns In.
All subscilptlons must bo paid tn ad
vance. Only new subscribers will bo counted.
Reiipwiils bv pel. sons xvhoso names
are alieady on 0111 subseiiptlon list
xvlll not be credited. The Trlbunn
xxlll inx-estlRate each subscription and
ir found IneRiilar In any way reserves
tb" light to 1 eject It.
No transfeis can Iip made after
credit has onco been plven.
All Hiibscil)tlons and the cash to
pay for them must bp handed In at
The Tribune of fire xxlthln th week
In which they are secured, so that pa
pers can bo sent to thu subscribers ut
Subscriptions must bp written on
blanks, -which can bp secured at The
Tiibune office, or will "bo sent by mall.
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