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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1902,
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Tttblino i always glad to inint
short letteii horn its ft lands beai
life on current topics, but Us rule Is
that these must be signed, for puo
llRxtlon, by the wi Iter's teal name,
and the condition precedent to ac
ceptanpe Is that alt contilbutlons
al-frl! be subject to editcM Iftl 1V2S:0,
tHh rt.A'i' uati: von auvkhtihino.
tfhe fnllAwlitK tulile hIiuwh ll" I"'1'1 fiv
Inrli ncli liiHfillnii, Hpu'f I" li ii,,,'i Willi
litVinc em :
for tnirts of tliniiUs. r solutions ot inn
rlolpflice. nnd slinllnt conlilliulloiis In HIP
nfftwre or nilwt Using The Tillnini' iniiKe.
i-liniRo of cmls 11 Ilm
(Ruins of t'lisslrli'd dvoi)lj1iiB.
nIMlicrl 011 npnlUntlon.
J SCRANTOX, JflA" r, 1902.
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Opvfllior-S W. PHNNYPArKHR.
I.lutPlialit CcAeiiini W. M. KIIOWX.
Secfetaiv oC Internal A trull 8 ISAAC 11.
ConSTCiH-WIT.T.l JI C'ONN'ELTi.
.Tiiduo-A. a. voanvita.
Commlssionpis-.IOIIN t'OX'RTCR JIOR
' RIS, JOHN PKNMAN,
Firs Dlshlct-JOSriPlI OT.1VKR.
Scooilil Distlict-JOHN SCHKI'HR, JR.
Third Dlstilrt 'EDWARD .1 AMI'S.
Frtjfrth District-P. A. PiniifUN.
Blectlon d.iy, Nos. 4
THere are plenty of olive Inanchpo In
Hie Ilepiitollcan camp for all deiellfts
Who want to be good.
The Convention and Its Work.
THE TICKET foimiillv ceitl
fled bv jesteiday's tonen
tlon or leltun judges, bashiK
' bpen fairly nominated b
largo plurality iot after a sood nu
tuied contest healthful to patty Intel -est,
is now the otlU ial Republican ticket
and as such will expett united Kepuh
Hcun suppott. This tun lie given Hie
mote coidlally because It Is u K"od
ticket, jieisonally, geogiaplikally and
Connell for tonsiehs, the letutns
show, is plainly a popular candidate.
VosbuiK for oiiihans' couit Judje, now
sejliifr by appointment, (oudiuled
hllhself ho well In the new position that
he was unopposed at the ptimaty, and
of' his election there should be no iiues1
tlon. Finally, in the lenomliinttou of
CommisMoiieis Monls and I'ehman' a
pteoedent of loiiK-standlng litis been
observed, In this case wan anted by
Rood set vice. AW lepeat thit It i. a
good ticket, nnd it will win.
A notable featuie of the plntfotm Is
the dedaiation ror a iniiloini ptimaij
law coupled with peison.il leglMiatiou.
In rptent jears the need of both these
changes lias gtown in public letog
nltlon, and the lust state convention
emphasized It. It Is evident that some
thing roust be done to lnciease the con
fidence between the patty oigttniyutlnn
and the mass of voters The utiifot m
primary law, with peisonal i,eglstta
tlon, so arranged as to compel gt enter
Interest in the prlmatles, pte.spnta an
oppoitunlty. It tueaus a neaier ai
proach to honestly representative gov
ernment, and soon the people will de
mand It. Better anticipate than get
run over by this demand.
In endorsing Mr. Oonnell for United
States senator the convention undoubt
edly reflected a sentiment not limited
to Northeastern Pennsylvania; but the
choice of a senator Is some months dis
tant. The immediate task Is to co-op-prate
for a big Alctory in November,
nnd this should be done.
Naturally the Democi title papets ob
ject to Iiepubllctin harmony in Pcnn
, eylvanla. All their eggs aie In the other
Publicity for Trusts.
A REVIEW In the AVashlngtoii
Star of the cut rents of econ
omic opinion among public
men at the national capital,
with special letetetue to the ptnhable
com so of legislation contenting ti lists,
oncoutaces the belief that nothing teo
, lutionary will be countenanced. The
idja wMl not be to binder or eilpplu
holiest business ptiteipilse, whethet op
H jblg scaloJor,ial,jIt,ye'A but to. thtovv
alfpnl..lba fnuuatlQii-aud operation of
mammoth IncoipniatioiiH all the safc
guaids that upon caiefttl study shall
nppeur dosit-able yfor the protection of
the ptthllu welfare.
In yie opinion of the wilier of the
Klin- nrtlMiiincl liM iR'n new sn.wiei'
manj f SpiuTKxpei ityjceJi.- ( miional
lenlstAorS Sn'd the li'ifltle'ift'es SuJ'iound
Itig them the lequiioinetit of publicity
thtouph fetliiltl supervlsloif',' .is in the
case ot national banks, Is pi nimbly as
fat1 '!uk "there" Is ptesenf likelihood nf
enUy'Actlini." Ini this' connection he
notes that President Mlposevelt rtud
ninny ul his (advisers In doiiBiess haye
beeitjjidj-rfjtcjcl rveently In a lepott by
CoyjukftaneaiiJ Munori, ii letln, upon
ho'vvptuul aie tegiilrtteij n fieimuny,
AVUhJihe past fewf yaru (lenuany has
culttital' Jo a. picV.douiluuptly manufac
tuting .ftw'eVp'oi'tluV nation, chlelly, It
Is clabnart bvtiianjv thtough the
ncMU'iiJitHlirKj iMidlcates or tiusts,
In wilting of these Mr, Mason sujs;
"The I'tltielpal Oeimaii syndicates
haevilth rntj eifcepUons. exe-vised
ther'ajitliiitvi con'seiyi'tlely; .htve
ou'gh toTdcvent speculation. heijncS;
ductlon and lotibequtnt funouVlluclu
atlons n pi Ices. They have, thtough
JonR oqtXHCta pt Ued PJs,' stettdlod
valuta alfd glv'cii leguhir 'citipioyni'it
to labor. They have not been used foV
. I llim
v. TMBPT.AV, I'niior
i.M-J than iV) Inches .r.
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- ftmjk Jobbln. The clement of "publicity
has operated tu dlsaim sticplclon and
j-fi'lclsui, Eery ineoipoiated coinijuny
which npeiitlps InilcpciHleiuiy or as a
menUier (if it syndicate Is, fioiti Hie
nlomeiit of Its organization, under con
(nil of the Inw uf cm potations, a statute
t lint tent lies to every dctnll of t'Otporate
DiKiiiilf.HtlniH and iimimKi'iiiL'iit; coin
pels the peilndlciil ptllillcntloli of state
tnelils hIiouIhk the exact ooinlltlon nf
the iMinip. iny's urfiilrs; nmkes Its books
and Hxets silblect to olllcliil lnspt!Ctlon
al Mil times; and holds dhectois nnd
oltleeis tlKldly tecpopslbU' , foi pVuty
blench of HtiHt. No Itiltuelico or wealth
can hiivc fiom ptlson u fnlthlesH or
illsliiniest dliei'lnr of a stuck loiupaiiy
under such u system, and whin cor
pmntlniis t'omblne In a H.vndlcnle their
entiiliiKs, capltnl, ptnllts, dividends or
losses .tetirilll Hllblei'l to Oltlcllll c
iimliiutloii and pel Iodic publication."
In Ueimaiij. the people manifest no
liolltltv to these n.ide combliiiitlons,
but upon the whole
eem to be satls-
lied Unit, under
lliev me or Riiat utid ' l.n -leachlllR
public value. A similar lotidltloti or
public opinion Is liounil to nunc to puss
In the I'nlted States but not until theie
Is u better assutaiue than at pie.ent
tliut i rooked oik by ti lists will bad
piomplly to eempl.ny discipline. It Is
ror the HeiMibllcuii p.nly by musti ac
tive lcKlsl.illun to supply tills better as
suidiice; and publicity Is icitulnly one
puweiful me.ms to Hint end.
A Itoosevell patty In cotigiess'.' One
Is theie altendy. Alt It needs Is a little
tt burning, and Ibis Republicans will do
When flercy Tempers Justice.
THE CONTENTION of tho-e
who in S4le that It Is both
( heiipet and better to tiy to
itfoi in n ctlmlnal than by
seveilty of ttentineiit amid unwhole
some pilson conditions to dilve him
deeper Into ciline lecelves stilklng le
enfot cement from an aitlcle In this
week's Outlook desei Iptlv e of the llet
enger law In Etante.
Tlie Uetenger law, named in houoi of
the piesent lte-piesdent of the Flench
senate, was enacted In 18ll. It pio
vidts that the penalty for eveiy llt.st
ofleiise, not involving mote than two
j eats of imptlsonmcut, shall be le
tnitteil ptoxlded the offendet commits
no new tulsdemeanor dittlug the subse
ilitent the .seats. Its put pose Is to In-,
teiest the tulpiit dltectly tu his own
moial leloim; and' in -the ten eats
that It has been In opeiation the num
ber of cases of .second oflense has de
clined fioni 46 per cent, of the number
of lltst oltenses to .',4 pel cent., a gain of
linn e tint u 4(1 pel cent, tor tight living
Sajs the Outlook:
Senium MieilKet lias just Intiodin ed a
new bill in the l'n m h paillanietit for the
wliln application of his ruvotlte ptlnolple
lie wMirs to lonfei upon jiitics the
power ot lecoiumt ndiiiK, with ptopet le
ul lesttalnts, the application of the I 1W
to mote -Pilous r i-e- or it line not co
eieil 1 the piesent statutes l'urtliei
inote, lie pmpo-ex an tailler applliatlon
of tPe law. 'J'lie jinlli Ial pioce-n In
I'lniiie, which dltrms limn that nf
Anieilcitii conns, tmot.i tills jilitu. As ii
Mile, tho accused appeals beluie the
Incise ot Institution, who tHiiihies thu
case and decides, upon. dl.seh.UKP.of pio-e-tntUiu,
IT the ii(cu-ecl cotUcsats hl
Kitilt, .molding lo the new hllli the ludice
uf Instim Hon iniiv Mpplv the Heienger
law without the tegular pnblli' pio-ccu-tloti
Bv o doing, theie would lie adclid
to the potent motive ot light conduct, -o
efficient ten pood din lug the last leu
veai-, aticitliet spiltigbig out of tin nat
ttial cltrid of puiillc csposiue and shame
dm lug public ti Ial 'lids would be a
stlong uicintlve to the olTeiiilei, who hi
this wa would hope to escape. In putt tit
least, the blow- ol -ocial ci-tiac Ism, otteii
sexiu- and seldom Ju-t, It iiilt,ht also
save mane cilmiiiaN Hum that baldening
places- which makes tin in at hcait the
btttet toes ot -ot Ial oiclet.
sjlowlj lite tiplllt of Christian ptincl
ples i- making Its way fhiough the In
heiited liaihaiilles or pagan times; and
In no diteition tnoie noticeably than in
.socletj's incieaslng emphasis upon
cliailtv lot the unfoi tunate, the temjjt
ed and the fallen.
Minister Quesada's confidence1 In the
continued tinuqullity of Cuba does
ctedit to his optimism and u .slntetely
hope that It may ptove well founded.
But we advise Senor Qupsada not to ac
quire the Intel view habit.
An Archaic Institution.
NOTWITHSTANDING the pe
llodlcal (lllllciilt.v eperlenced
tu Its neighbnihood over the
confeiee sstem of making
puttv nominations, the Hone-dub Citi
zen Is nut et convinced that the
popular vote method would be piefot
nble, It sii)s:
ruder that nlelhod, each couiitv that
had a camlldnto would, at the pilntaiies,
cast Its Mite tot that candidate, and each
couiitv would, a- tit pre -ent, lie llkel. to
have u candidate, lit oui coiigiessiiiiml
dlstiict, tlimltcuil. having the latKest
vote of the four counties, would unlfoiiu
l.v give the iioiniuation to the lliaellend
candldute. In nut seiiatoiliil dNtiict,
KllMiilehauiui, halug tin laigeiit vote or
the four cotiuiU-, would inilfoiinly give
the iiciinlniitlim to the Hiaclfcnd candi
date' . In our HPiiutiiilal distilcl, .SiHipie.
hauiia, huvliig llie lamest Mite, would
utilfotmly give the uoinlniitlon to her own
cainlliliite, Tile twont.s -tlillcl seiiatollal
disltict, compused uf Riadfoid and Wvo
Uilug, llll dishes an object lesson oil this
subject. Hiuie the appol tiounient nf 1S7I,
litadloid, under the confeiee system, has
steadily nominated hei own eundlclate.
rmli'f the poplll it vote tiiethnd, Ilnieltoid,
having liosulv ipituliuphi the vote ot Vn
lillllg. would loulliiite to nomlnato her
candldalc, 1'iider the conle'iee sjsteni, a
conilihiatlon fuming the smallnt eonntles
1UII.V Hive tho nomination to the candidate
of one of them, Rut unless county lines
could be oblltel tiled, the dltlliMllly of doing
this tlltoilKli the popular vote would he
so gteat as to make it piucllcnlly Impos
sible. No one will rptetitlou the detects of
the (oiiifii'fi s,vstitm. Hut, until the peo
ple nte educated to dislc Killd I nipilv lines,
as iliey now dlsteguid township Hues in
i mini). noiulnntlniiH, the ptaclleul effect
of ionilnnlng )" the populai nte, of the
clMilct must he to give the uoinluiiliou,
nd liillniluni, to the county casting the
The education of the people to dlste
gatd county Hues In their settle It of the
best men for oflke cannot advance by
standing still, AYe do not think so
pootly of the people of Wnypt) county
up lei think, for Instance, that none of
them would vote at an open pilitiuty
for a candidate lesldlng, say, In Sus
quehanna, ntltet things being equal. In
fact, if popular canvasses should conic
into vogue In the distilcts In which
those counties arc included, we suspect
that it would not be long befoie county
lines would begin to fade away; at all
events, theie would be reasonable cci
tiUnty of a lepieseutullon of met It
being continued hi olllce tltiilng tnotll,
Instead of it succession of Inexperi
enced moit tin own out by rotation Just
about the time they begin to lentn the
Nothing so tends to accentuate
county lines and local piejiidlces at
the confeiee s!,steiii. AVhele It has
been dlscatdetl theie lias never been ti
clamor for Its lesloiatloti. One ot the
sttongest arguments for a uulfnim ptl
mary law Is that It would put thli
nuisance out of business, . J
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The deelslon of Judge Klmoutou as
tu the -elellnltlon of a navigable stieaut
Is a nine' hard on Wyoming county,
but Is good law nevei tlieless, A creek
tint does not except dining the spring
Hoods contain water enough to 11cm t a
twelve-foot skiff can scatceiy be desig
nated as legally navigable.
AN INTI3IU.STINO tabulation
of coinmeiclal failures dat
ing the fit st half of H)0J is
PI luted In Dun's Review,
They llHtnbeicd Clti", with liabilities
amounting to $00,374, Set!, against R.TB'I
Instilvelil'leM In the conesponillng
months of mm, Involving K'",S0I,C90. Of
this vent's aggicgtttc, I, US were In
niiinufiictuilng, lor ?J I.ii lo.ltlio: 4,111) in
Hailing, tor JJM.liri.fi-'J, and :!'17 In other
cotnineii'lal lines, for ?(l,2S!l.JI4. Coin
patlsotM with Inst vetir show for the
Jhst half of Ian. nit Incrcas.j of K.J hi
inatiiifactuilng, with an excess In lia
bilities of ,248,H;j; In trading, 221,
with $4,2M,4la; nnd 32 miscellaneous,
with a balance of $-V.ii;o,221, however,
In favor of iyo2. Nine fewer hunks
failed this jent than last but the
liabilities were Wi&,:!74. linger,
AVhlle the c ompat Ison with the cot-lcspondliij4-
months of last eni Is
slightly titlfav enable no doubt hugely
to be accounted for by the gteatei pie
valence of dlstin bailees Involving labor
then Is encouragement In the coin
p.ulson of the .second with the flist
quuitet of this e.n. In maiutfac tuting
lines theie wetc 072 defaults against
74G In the III st qtintter, while llnbllltles
wete $10,10-1.1 1 (J compntcd wltli, $11,77.",
901; ttndlng failutes nitmbeiecl l.HOS
against 2,50.', nnd amounted to $l3,fi-S,-2!I3
against $1 Ti.T, 1 7,127 ; 111 cither com
ineitlitl lines theie wete 107 against 170
In the (list limit tei, while liabilities
amounted to $J,S."i0,Ch7, against $.1 43S,i"J7.
The Impioveineilt was most stt iking
In financial insolvencies, however, only
eight being upmted in the second
citiai ter for $l,2tl'i,100. against 2 in the
Hist quat ter with liabilities of ?13,5SR,-C3-'.
The showing for I'ennsv lv ania Is
glutting AVhlle fnllines In this state
mimbetoil .",85 In the (list half of VWi
against only 3B9 in tlie snnte ppilod of
I'lOl, liabilities wete $1,376,r,"l against
$,"i.4(i!,44li. In othei woids, with II
mote l.tilutes, llnlillitles dtci eased t8ti,
S9,1, The hist tecoid of any section,
however, was made by New England,
whete talluies dec teased 12" in number
and $!,i;jl!771 In amount as contpated
with the half ear In 1901. Not a single
banking default on in ted In the New
England state.' the Hist half of the cut
lent j ear. Geneially speaking, the
Southwestern states wete the most im
fottuntite, owing to ctop failutes. One
or two large failutes on the Pacific
coast sent up its liabilities; but with
these exceptions the eompaiison
thioughout the count! y is without
notable sjmptoms of change and Is
indicative of it widely distributed and
evidently substantially founded pios
peiit. dt laboi and capital can be pcisundtd
ot fotcecl to find some better way of
settling tlieit illffetetucs than by costly
stiikes, our ptospeilty as a people,
now the envy of the woilel, will ,eiy
hugely inciciise. Tovvnid this end
clvllliitlon must leduuble its etieigics.
The state department at AVashlngtoii
has displayed good judgment In tcl us
ing to heed the appeals of Uolivla In
the contest ovet the teiiltoty ot Am.
The rcgulai habit of taking up the
quail els ot eveiy belligtient stale on
the AVcstPin heinlspheie would soon be
come too expensive loi even the gcnci-ou-
tesoiuees of I'ticle riain.
Theie Is still some consolation for
the antls. The sultan ot llacol-Mlnel-iintiu
shows .i disposition to appear In
the tleoige Washington act.
Piesldcjtt Cut tan of the Ft eight
Hundleis union has been made to as
sume the position of tall of the dug with
It now lookb as though thu tleiieial
Miles tonttovpisy will he settled with
out the custoniaiy inag.ulne at tick ex
Outline Studies oi
The Right Woid at the Right Mo
ment. Miivni bow nut tales this Incident of
good lminni miilnlaiaed dining a it. slim
"I was piesent at a ceitaln little dinner
attended h III" lute John I-'Iske," mos
the tnn.Mii. "The enily diift ol the e ou
vc'isatlon ris upon lilslciili.il topics and
in tin c cause of It .Mi I'lsko alluded lo
that relc Inntecl Incident wlie'itlu a
I'lemh king, uiileitiihiiiig sumc of his
couit at his own table, nine e fully Inol.e
a eostly wine glass after a guest had
awlwuidlj iboppeel oim lo the Hour Tim
net of tlie king was a delicate uielliocl or
testoilng llio cqii.tiilinltv of thu' ombat
itisseil coin tier by liellttliitg tlie accident
"riliangvly enoiigli, Ml, I'lske Itael tin
socinel llnltlaul than a glass fell fieau the
tablu betwieu himself and the hostess, a
woman lamed lor sajhig tho tight won!
ul the light inoiuciit. Th'h oves met In
vnluntailly, wltlh" Mr- Vlske's huiul
guiltily vveut to his oiYcndlng elbow with
a gesture he could not it pi ess.
" 'It vtus pty fault,' smiled llio hostess;
but please eloti't lonsnlo tnei by Uiibwlng
tlie lest of tlie scivku against thu wall.' "
New Voik Times,
nx'Cioveiitim lliufti T.vlot, of A'liglnii,
who,' teilil on plied III Deceltiber list,
was especially geuuiuis hi giautiug ui
dons. 1'iuin many of them ho deiived
much plenum In the Kialllmk of the
tuiroitiiuiiKs, nnd often tecelved nuclei la I
for an amusing stoiy. One of these lie
tells was ,of a ileum fiom Richmond,
icmvlcted of some slight nrfiii?o, who hud
convinced tho governor that ho hnd been
sufliitenlly piinlnhvd, and who wns ac
(oidlngly ginutccl a, pardon Thu p.u
douvd inlsouer's jouiiu hi other Icutned
ot his telenso befotc tlta cccotilet could
tench brittle, nnd rushed to tell their
mot Iter tho good news.
''Oh, liiiimnilo." ho cthd. "Rob's dun
got out nitel 's inoV lirnb now."
"HIcss ilo -laid," exclaimed the mother,
"hilt hinv'd he git out? lie ain't dun
busted utit, Is licV"
"Nnw, iniimmle. Do gilv'nor Jlst shit
down an' axed his pntdlii and told him
to go home," Now Votk llmci Mttgt
A little London stleet waif was bikott
On an excursltiti tn Urn srnshiite, and Itut
ills lit st glimpse nf the ocrliil, Jin henvptl
a sigli, anil said; "That's the llrst tlinu
I ever saw enough of nnylhlnsl" Vo
mail's Hinne Companion.
The biilldus of iltles, of wot Ids, ate we,
The mummed setlbes, and of Unknown
I'm- we atti the kinsmen ot Piogtess, nnd
The one I'llnee wo set ve on the whole
wide eat III,
Nor gold, inn gloiy. lior iiiiine we claim
We nslc hut the light, linfelteied to
To inline a vviong bv Us shameless name!
To shy thu vviong foi the lovo of the
The smll lis of i Hies, of wot Ids, ill c we,
Rath standing alone on Ills hliilt watch
We iuc looking ttwny to tlie land, to llio
We hive only tt limp in the midnight
Then leave us thc'tlght If) light or to fall,
As (tnd may will, In tho ftont ot the
Unchallenged, umiiieslloned fot the good
For the It nth that lives, for the love of
The glvets of gloty to nations tile we.
The biilldeis ot shafts and of monu
ments To soldieis and dating gteat men of the
Rut we nie the homeless, Hltange elwell
ets in tents,
AVIlb nevii a tablet or Idgh-bnllt stone.
Yet what caie we who go down in the
Though we lived tiiinaiiied, though we dip
If only we llvo and wo die fot the
'Jhi'ie ate btlghtit things 111 tills woilel
' than gold,
Theie ate nobler things hi this woild
To silentlv do with your deeds untold.
To silentlv die umwiTrt to f imp.
Then tot lb to the Hqht, mm lined and
Let us load the woild to Its destined
Kuougli to know, it but this be known,
We IP e and die in the i.tnks foi the
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Men's "Always" Busy Oxfoids. $3.00
Ladies' "Melba" Oxfoids, $2.50.
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114-116 Wyoming Avenue.
If you want good cleau
hay, we have it.
ill & Grain Co,,
Scranton anil Olyplumt.
HANFE the t.AKKS 111 the CLOUDS.
YOHO Y.M.I.UV, the UlllJAT OLA
CIl'IU a icglon descilbect by AVhyitt
per, the conquetor of tho Matteihotn,
as Hfty or sixty Hwltzet lauds lolled Into
one leached only by the
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dally tiansiontluentiil linln seivico
thioughoul the jear lioin Tot onto nnd
Montieal, 1MP1JIUA1. LIMITED, cioss
Ing the continent In 07 bouts, leaves
Toionto mid Montieal coinmeiiclpg
June 15 next, eveiy Sunday, Wednes
day and Eildtiy. Blcepjng and dining
cuts attuihed to all tluough trains,
Ehst'Class hotels ti the lnouiitalns,
Hw'lss guides at tho pilnelp.il points.
Eor tales, etc,, apply to neatest agent
of tho C, l. It, or to U. A', Skinner, W3
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2 Scholarships tn Syracuse Unlvcrsilj,
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I Scholarship In Buckncll University . . 520
I Scholarship In the University of Roch
1 Scholarship In Washington School for
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1 Scholarship In Dickinson Collegiate
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1 Scholarship In Newton Collegiate In
1 Scholarship In Keystone Academy. .. 600
1 Scholarship in Brown College Prepar
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1' Scholarship in the School of the Lack
awanna , 400
The Scranton Tribune's
The special lew.'inls will be given to
the poison seeming the laigest niiin
bei or points ,
rolnts will he ct edited U contest
ants spetniniv ncn aubseilbeth to Tho
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Tlitee months subseilptioti. 1 -'"i !
Six months' subset Iptlna.... .' V) ii
One .eni's subseilptlon ",0J 12
The contestant with the highest mitn
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fiom the list or special tewaids; tho
coulesliint with the second highest
nunibcr of points will be given a
NOTICE that according to the above rules, EVERY CONTESTANT
secure a Special Reward or not.
Those wishing to enter the contest should send in their names at once,
will be cheerfully a'nswered, Address all communications to
Special Honor Prizes for July
To be given to the two contestants scoring the largest number of points during the month of July.
FIRST PRIZE A Bird's-Eye Maple Writing Desk, Value $12.00.
SECOND PRIZE A Gold Fountain Pen.
Special Honor Prizes for August, September and October will be announced later.
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Rooms with Hath
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lor Sightseer.-; '
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Rules of the Contest
choice of the rrmnlnlng lcwutds, nnd
to on tluough tho list.
The contestant who hpciuos tho high
est mimbei of points dm Ins iinv cnl
endni months ol tho contest will lc
celvo a sped 1 1 hoitot lew a id, this te
wnul bring cntlielv Independent or tho
ultlmntc disposition of tho scholai
sliips, Rneli contestant railing to secure a
special low aid will bo given 10 per
cent, of all ninnev ho or she turns In.
All subscriptions must ho paid in ntl
hikc Onlv now siibscilbois will bo counted.
Renewals by poisons whoso names
CONTEST EDITOR, Scranton
Successors to Machine Business ot
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and AVllUes-Barre. Pa.
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Do You Want ,
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Enst Stroudsburg, Pa.
For 1902 giving full in
formation as to free tui
tion, expenses, courses of
study and other facts of
interest will be mailed
without charge to those
desiring it. Fall Term
opens Septembers, 1902.
E. L. KEAP. A. H.,
E0RANT0N CORRESPONDENCE SOHOOIiS
T J Foster. i'l.Jldent. Winer II. Uvvill, Treis.
Vice President. Bccrettrr.
HiisIiicsr ntul Art.
Scholarships-In Scranton Conservatory
of Music, at $125 each 500
Scholarships In the Hardenbergh School
of Music and Art 460
Scholarships In Scranton Business
College, at $1 00 each 300
Scholarships In International Corre
spondence Schools, average value
.$57 each '285
Scholarships In Lackawanna Business
College, at $85 each .'. 170
Scholarships In Alfred Woolcr's Vocal
nro nlready on our subscription list
will not bo cicdlted. Tho Trlbuno
will Investigate each subscription and
If found liiegular in nny way reserves
the light to i eject It.
No tiansfers inn bo made after
ctcillt hna oneo been given,
.All subseilptlon nnd the cash to
pay for them must bo handed In at
Tho Tilhuno office within the wok
In which they aie secured, so that pa
pots can be sent to tho subscribers at
Subset lotions must be written on
blanks, which enn be secured at Th i
Tiibtino of lice, or will bo sent by mall,
WILL BE PAID, whether they
All questions concerning the plan
Tribune, Scranton, Pa.
The Largest and moBt
artistic line ever shewn .
in the city.
Hill & Connell
121 Washington Avenue.
i When in Need I
Of nnythlng in the line of
optical eoods we can supply It.
land Eye Glasses!
t Propeily fitted by an expert
j, optician, , 4
From $1.00 Up
Also nil kinds of piescrip-
tion woik and repaiiing, '
lYiercereau & Connell, J
. 132 Wyoming Avenue,
7? . 1 I..T.J..LJ.XJ.-L-1-ltLJiAlA
V V "T V " 1 i "i" "V V -w - -v
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent lor the Wjromics District tot
Ulnlnj, Dltutlne, Eportlnjr, Pmotcjew tad tin
Repauno L'lieraicat companyi
Bittty Vum, Cai? and Cxplodera. Koom 101 c"'
nell Building .Scianton.
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