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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY JULY 12, 1902.
nit voDBnn hArdwaiir Bronx
You can liave It every
day nt Btnnll expense, it
you wish. The first thins
necessary la a
Oct It during our July pate
nml save "0 cents on every
dollar Invested. AH kinds
nntl sizes for you to Bolcct
Foote-& Shear Co. S!
1J9N. Waihinjton Ave Q
of Music and Art
Season 1002-1003 opens Thurs
day, Sept. IS. Most modern
and approved methods. Send
for prospectus. Carter Bulld
1ns. 601 Linden street.
PETER N. HAAN
livery, Boarding, jaeavy Teaming
and General D raying.
New Stables, 1415 Mulbery Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
If You Are Considering
the purchase or sale of any high grade
stocks or bonds hotter consult us. Wo
make a specialty of this Utnd of securi
ties. !. F.nEQARaEL & CO.,
Rooms :06 & 207, Commonwealth Bids.
TOR ST. LUKE'S SUMMER HOME.
Contributions Received for This
The treasurer of the Men's 'guild of
St. Luke's churc-h desires to acknowl
edge receipt of flic following cash con-
1 trlbutions for tile benefit of the sum
mer home at Cresco:
"Thank Offering," per Dr. Israel....? 3.00
" A Friend 25.00
Sirs. William T. Smith 2,-,.CU
11. AV. Kinghbury 10.ro
Sidney AVilliams 15.00
airs. S. J. Fuhrman 1.00
Victor Koch 1O.C0
Jlrs. JIasy Throop Phelps 100.U0
Thomas If. WulkhiH 10.00
Katharine M. Scrunton 5.00
W. II, Taylor 2.7.CO
Walter L. Matthews 5.00
James J. Williams , 10.00
KlUabctli Williams Brooks 10.0)
Offering from Service at Claik's
Summit. July 6, per Dr. Imiu'1 3.2."
Everett Wanen 20.00
I A, "Watres 5.C0
S. B. Thorno 10.00
It. J. Foster 10.(0
i J. A. Linen 10.C0
G. It. Cobb. Philadelphia 10.00
Charles SI. Harris 5.00
CJeorgo i, Hopkins, jr 2.WI
Emma J. Jcimyu 20.C0
Total ca-h contributions to date,
July 11, 13Q2 $310.25
The home will need for its season's
work about one thousand dollars. Con
tributions for the home should he .sent
to w. M. Bunnell, treasurer, 301-2
DONATIONS TOE JUNE.
Acknowledged by Management of
The management of Iho Florence
Mission gratefully acknowledge the fol
lowing donations for the month of Juno
Mrs. W. 8. Plehl, fat, cookies, spring
Jumbj Mis. I. F, Hlnrns, 0 cakes uf
soap; Mrs, vy, n. Ge.trheart, meat;
Mia. Thomas Jones, cake, confection
ary; Mrs J. A. I'Heo, hedsprlng, houp
tureen, meat; Miss Reynolds, clothing,
etc.; Mrs. William Davis, shoes, cloth
ing, literature, hats; Clark Urotheis,
rice, ojit meal; cajiteillne, meat, cucum
bers; Chnppell's, $1,00 worth of sugar,
two poundi butter; Mulley's, six pounds
, butter; Palmer's, two pounds coffee;
jurs, nnermau, lemon extract, gralno,
soap; Dickinson, one tack flour; W, J,
Marvel, spinach, string beans, radlbhcs,
lettuce, potutocs, bread, turnips, beets,
fish, onions, peaches and tomatoes;
Under & Zeldler, bread once a week;
Murbcreer, meat; F, L. Meyer, largo
picture, (The Throne pf Clrace); Mrs.
fcplcer, clothing; draco . K, picnic,
loaf cakes, 2 loafs of bread; Ideal club,
table; a friend, tea and coffee pot; Jlrs.
Keator, gloves, etc.; Miss Sanderson.
veal; Mis. W, H, Taylor, water melon;
Consumers, Ice dally; Dr, Clarke, pro
fessional service; Scrunton Hepubllcan,
Trlr me and Truth, dally.
The funeral of the lato Peter Gunstor
will take place fiom his residence on
tfforth Washliigton avenue tomorrow uf-
terneon at 3 o'clock. Interment at For-
est Hill cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs, Hairlet Von Storch
will be held this afternoon at 2.50 finin
the residence, ltHl Capouae ovenuo. In
vent In Foreat jiill cemetery,
If I Tltf" I
I WBUM.IJ I Km
LEFT LAST NIGHT FOR HISTORIC
Large Crowds on the Street and a
Throng nt the Station Give the
Soldier Boys a Hearty Send-off.
Expected to Reach tho Camp nt
Sunrise This Morning Appeared
in Full Khaki Uniforms, the Old
Blue Suits Being Entirely Discard
ed Except for the Overcoat.
Tho Thirteenth regiment, Under com
mand of Colonel L. A. Watres, left last
night at 10 o'clock from tho Delaware
and Hudson station, for tho division
encampment at Gettysburg. Thoun
ands cheered tho "boys In buff" as they
marched from tho armory to the station
rind an immense throng mostly ad
miring malda garc.them a big send off
fiom the platform as tho train started
out on Its long journey.
Tho trnln was made up of twelve cars
and a horse car. Occupying It were
Companies A. B, C, D, F, II, K and L,
of this city; K, of Honesdale, and G, of
COLONEL L. A. WATKKS.
Montrose, the two latter having come
to Scranton during the early evening.
Each company had a car to itself and
two parlor cars were at tho disposal
of the officers. Tho cars were fur
nished by the Lehigh Valley company,
which was given charge of the trans
portation. CAR NOT LIGHTED.
There was half nn hour's delay, ow
ing to Company H's car not being
supplied with light, and Colonel
Waties' determination not to start until
the car was lighted. Tho lighting ap
paratus could not bo operated, and it
was necessary to make use of lan
The company was under contract to
land the icglmont at Gettysburg at
sunrise. The route wa3 by way of the
Delaware and Hudson and Lehigh Val
ley to Allentown, and thence by the
Philadelphia and Reading to the camp.
Company I, of Easton, was to join
the regiment at Allentown.
The regiment numbers 618 men, and
It was thought tho morning reports
would show very few absentees. All
t',e headquarters men reported. Among
the guests of headquarters were Colo
nel George Hallstead, of the governor's
staff, and Major W. W. Inglls, ord
nance officer on Brigadier General
OFFICER OF THE DAY.
Captain Raub, of Company L, was
made officer of the day, and Lieuten
ant Daly, of Company A, commander
of the guard. They were Instructed by
the colonel to malntnin order on the
cars that the boys might got some rest
during the night. A guard was sta
tioned at each end of every car to
prevent all except commissioned officers
and first sergeants from going In or
The members of the regiment, from
colonel down to bugler, wore tho full
khaki uniform. The only part of the
blue clothes taken along was the over
coat. The whole division Is to wear
khaki during the encampment.
The regiment will return- Saturday
An excursion will bo run over tho
Lehigh Valley to Gettysburg from
Wilkes-Barre, leaving nt 12 o'clock to
night and starting on the return trip
tomorrow night at 12 o'clock.
Two Young Men Dangerously 111
as a Result.
Henry Flanagan and Thomas Murphy
two young men residing on Ferdlnnnd
street, North Scranton, found a bottle
yesterday, containing a quantity of
whiskey, and drank it.
Shortly nfterwards they became
violently 111, and Dr, John Stanton was
called to attend them. Ho pionouneed
It alcoholic poisoning. Tho victims re
mained In an unconscious condition,
for several hours. At midnight lust
night Dr. Stanton predicted that they
Scranton Business College Notes.
Citation Vosburg wns recently scut to
a position with the International Text
Miss Sarah White has accented a
bookkeeping position with A. 13. Tif
fany, lumber dealer, Cnrbondale,
Messis, Buck & Whltmoro had a re
quest on Wednesday for a lady to act
as cashier In a wholesnlo hotihe.
Glenn L. Lord and Oscar Reynolds,
of Nicholson, purchased scholarships.
They will begin in September.
The following former students called
iat tho office last week; Messrs, George
Evans and K. K, Bunnell, who nre with
tho Lackawanna Steel company, nt
Buffalo; Mr. Alfred Tolemle, who Is
With Klegel Cooper & Co., at New
York; Miss Belle Harper, who Is assist
ant to the head stenographer In the
attorney general's department, at Har
rlsbui'ff, Sunday Excursion to Gettysburg.
Sunday, July 13, via the Jersey Cen
tral railroad. Train leaves Scranton,
Saturday midnight, Pittstou at 12.30,
Wllkes-Barro 1 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, stopping ut all Intermediate sta
tions. Fare from Scranton, J5.75 for the
round trip; Plttston, 13.50, and Wilkes
Barre, $5.25. The return train leaves
Gettybburg ut 7 o'clock p. in. Tickets
are only good on special trains. Re
freshment jytr will bo attached to tho
train, and its schedule time of arrival
will give the excursionists a chance to
spend tho entire day at Gettysburg.
Owen T, Keenly, manager.
A Conservatory Patron Writes :
Harrisduro, Pa., May 6, 1902.
Mr. J. ALrRED Pennington,
Dear Sir: Allow me to congratulate you on the sys
tem you use In the Conservatory. I am much pleased
with tho progress my daughter Is making, which we have
not failed to mark at each visit she has made U3 since en
tering your school. In tho matter of "time" and "expres
sion" her Improvement Is easily apparent. Thanking you
for your kind Interest In her and wishing you .success, I
am, Yours very truly,
WALTER E. KINGSBURY.
"FRISCO CLUB" ORGANIZED.
Will Go to tho Grand Encampment
on the Pacific Coa3t in 1004.
Tho "Frisco Club, 1904," has been or
ganized In this city by a number of
Knights Templar, -for the purpose of
mnklng a trip to the grand encamp
ment of Knights Templar of the
United States, which will meet in San
Francisco In September, 1004.
The officers are as follows: President,
C. S. Seamans; secretary, W. L. Pryor;
treasurer, A. II. Shoplahd. The organ
ization was effected at a meeting hold
in the Masonic temple on Thursday
evening, nnd arrangements will be
made by the promoters for one of tho
finest trips Imaginable.
Thirty days will bo taken up on the
trip, going westward by one of the
northern railroad routes, and return
ing by one of the southern routes, stop
ping off at the St. Louis exposition on
the return homeward. It will be a
personally conducted tour by a rep
resentative of the Pennsylvania rail
road, and the party will have a special
train through from the Atlantic to tho
Pacific coast and return.
The members of the club will hold
another meeting next Thursday even
ing to further the plan and make ar
rangements for enrolling members.
HIS THIRD REPORT.
Referee Ross Awards A. E. Betterly
Damages in Sum of $1,617.
Attorney J. Elliott Ross yesterday
filed his third report a3 referee in the
case of A. E. Betterly against tho city
of Scranton, awarding damages In the
sum of $1,617 to tho plaintiff.
Mr. Betterly owns a property at 141,
Bromley avenue, where he resides. In
1S87 and 1SSS the city constructed a
sewer on Bromley avenue, between
Jackson nnd Washburn streets, with
which Betterly connected his property.
Then came a mine cave In 1S90, which
caused the sewer to break and the
sewerage flooded Into Betterly's col
lar. A man-hole In front of his property
was also broken and settled, and
around this a cess-pool formed, tho
sewerage percolating from It into his
cellar. This resulted in injury to the
property and sickness among the mem
bers of the Betterly family.
The referee believes that Betterly was
Injured to the extent of $1,617, and di
rects judgment for him In that amount.
Offers to young men and women com
jilete courses In Arts, Science, Letters
and Engineering, each one of which is
Intended to insure broad and liberal
culture, at the same time providing nn
opportunity for extended study In' one
The college Is under the management
of Friends, but distinctly non-sectarian.
Its policy is sound and conserva
tively progressive. The equipment la
complete. An nble and experienced
faculty not only guides the instruction
of the student body but keeps in close
relationship with .the individual. Tills
Intimate fellowship between professor
and student is possible only In tho
Intelligent Physical Culture Is an Im
portant feature of tho college, Tho
handsome now Gymnasium for young
men completes tho equipment for tho
best possible work In this department.
For catuloguo address Dr. Joseph
Swain, president, Swarthmore, Pa.
Next Sunday at Lake Poyntolle.
Spend Sunday, July 13, at Lake Poyn
telle, in the highlands of Wayne. Ele
vation, 2,000 feet. The most popular
resort In Northeastern Pennsylvania,
surrounded by a beautiful grove of ma
ple, where all accommodations are to
be had for u Sunday's pleasant outing.
A steamer and new supply of row
boats added to the equipment this sea
son. The grounds and surroundings
have been beautified, hotel enlarged,
and ample accommodations made to
lake care of picnic parties.
Train leaves Scranton, via N, Y O.
& W. railway at 8,30 n. in., nnd return
ing, leaves the lake at 5 p. m., arriving
Scranton about 7 p. m. Return fare
from Scranton, $1,00.
That wo soil tho BEST and most
1'NIFOUM BlITTRrt In tho city,
and always save them 2 or U cents
on a pound, to wo only wish to call
your attention to tho drop In price.
Direct fiom ELGIN, ILLINOIS. It
Is by fur thp ino3t Delicious, Sweet
't But tor made. Others advertise
It, but uono keep it.
20 ibs, S $1,00
The only store thut actually
SAVES YOU CASH FOR GASH
The Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co,
411 Lackawanna, avenuo. 321 N.
Main avenue. 'Phone 73-:? Prompt
delivery, Now 'Phone, ll.
I EVERYBODY KNOWS I
MYSTERY IS UNSOLVED.
Coroner's Jury Unnble to Locate the
Slayer of Luigl Vinazza Testi
mony Heard Last Night.
The- Inquest In the ease of Lulgl Vin
azza, who was shot nnd killed on the
night of June 30 last, near the William
A. colliery at Old Forge, was concluded
last night, tho jury returning the fol
Wo find that Lulgl Vinazza came to his
death In Old Forge borough on tho night
of Juno 30, 1P02, from a gunshot wound
In tho hcud. '
From the cvldcuco wo bellevo that the
shot which caused tho death of tho said
Lulgl Vlnozzo was llred by some un
known person from a point on tho fence,
Mirroundlng tho William A. colliery,
whore the large gales aro located,
Bettlto Gulscppe, who was with Vln
azzo when he was shot, was recalled
last night after the Inquest opened, but
nothing of importance was elicited.
Other witnesses examined last night
were Bucetti Crimlnlo, Filipino Fran
cesco, Miss Elizabeth Lesabta, 1311
drlno Curio and Francis Luigl. All of
these testified that they heard six or
seven shots fired about 10.30 on the
night of June SO, and that the last shot
fired was louder than the others, seem
ingly coming from a gun and the others
from a revolver. The first five or six
shots were fired in rapid succeshion and
then came an interval of about a min
ute, followed by the last loud report.
AH of the witnesses agreed that from
the sound of the shots they must have
been fired at the big gates leading into
the stockade around the William A.
colliery. None of them heard any noite
or tulk before the shooting began and
none made an Investigation after the
shooting had ceased, saying they were
afraid to go out.
The body was found the npxt morn
ing nearly two hundred feet from
where the shooting was done. Vinazza
was lying on his back, with his feet
crossed and his right hand on his client,
as if he had been carefully laid out.
From the nature of the wound In his
head, Coroner Sultry believes that Vin
azza would havn fallen forward, face
downward, immediately upon being
The questions that suggest them
selves In this mysterious case aro:
Who did the shooting? Who carried
the body from the point where the
shooting was done to the spot where it
was found? Was the body rifled of the
50 or ?7 which Gulseppo swears Vinazza
had on his person before the shooting?
Was a revolver with empty cartridges
placed In Vlnazza's pocket after the
shooting. GulFeppe swearing that Vin
azza had never carried such a weapon?
THE SUCCESSFUL ONES.
They Will Bo Recommended for
The following successfully passed the
recent examinations In tho Second dis
trict for. mine foreman and assistant
mine foreman certificates, and they will
bo recommended to the secretary of In
ternal affahs for such certificates of
Foremen William C. Jones, Daniel
Young, Rudolph Lynn, William Robsvt
stin, Benjamin Amos, Joseph Henry Da
vies, Peter J. Ganghan, Anthony Mc
Hale, William Hophln, William M. How
Asslstnnt Foremen Thomas D. James,
Thomas Mnloy, David A. Jones, Henry
Davis, Thomas JleGnvcrn, David G.
Thomas, Thomas Abrahaui. Walter John
Devcreaux. Slicliael JIcHale, Noah Da
vleH, David James Davles, Edwin Bowon,
Patrick IT. Flaherty, John J. Canterbury,
William Shipper, John T. Thomas.
Each of tho above named will for
ward to the Inspector of mines for t,he
district, the fee of $3.00 required by law.
An Ideal Family Resort.
Lake Clemo offers unusual advan
tages ns an Ideal family summer re
sort. Buslhess men with families can
secure good accommodations at the
Lake Clemo hotel, an up-to-dato sum
mer hostelery, under the management
of Wlllium Hanley, jr. Good train ser
vice to and from Scranton Is given by
four trains each way daily, Flno fish
ing, bathing and boating. Twenty
eight miles via Eile railroad. For
rates, Wm. Hunley, jr., 420 Spruce st.
$1.25 Pcv Sack.
Coursen's special Sugar Cured
Hums, 15c. per pound.
Coursen's Plantation Java, a
delicious blended Coffee, 30c, per
Tea blended for Iced ten, 35c.
fibred Wheat Biscuit, lie, $1.20
Fut shore Mackerel, 10c
E. Q. Coursen.
KIPP AND KELLERMAN TURN
Kreage nnd Johnston Improved Their
Chnncos to Win n Desirable Schol
arship in The Tribune's Education
al Contest YcBtorday Shepherd
Adds to His Score Second Place
Jueld Now by One Point Tho Lead
ers for July.
Standing of Contestants
1. Charles Burns, Vandling.443
2. Oscar H. Kipp, Elmhurst..330
3. A. J. Kellerman, Scranton. 320
4. Fred K. Gunster, Green
8. Wm. T. S, Rodriguez
0. Albert Freedman, Belle-
7. Herbert Thompson, Car-
8. Maxwell Shepherd, Car-
b on dale 165
9. L. E. Stanton, Scranton. . 93
10. Wm. Sherwood, Harford. 79
11. Chas. W. Dorsoy, Scranton. 71
12. Homer Kresgo, Hyde Park 00
13. Harry Madden, Scranton. . C8
14. J. A. Havenstrite, Mos
15. Miss Beatrice Harpur,
16. Frank B. McCreary, Hall-
17. William Cooper, Prlceburg 38
18. Grant M. Decker, Hall-
19. Lee Culver, Springville . . 33
20. Hendrick Adams, Chin
21. Walter Hallstead, Scran
22. Harry Danvers, Provi
23. Louis McCusker, Park
24. Hugh Johnston, Forest
25. Miss Jane Matthewson,
20. C. J. Clark, Peckvllle 18
27. Louis Gere, Brooklyn .... 18
28. John Mackie, Providence . 16
29. Eddie Morris, South Scran
30. Thomas Dempsey, Oly-
31. Elmer Williams, Ehnhurst 13
32. M i s s Edna Coleman,
33. Don C. Capwell, Scranton. 11
Four contestants made returns yes
terday in The Tribune's Educational
Contest. Of these two bettered their
positions, while another became pos
sessed of the same number of points
that the one holding the place above
Oscar Kipp, of Elmhurst, took second
place away from A. J. Kollernmn after
tho latter had held It for one day.
There Is only one point difference be
tween these young men for tho exalted
position they are striving for.
Homer Kresgo, of Hyde Park, passed
Harry Madden, of Scranton, and. Is now
twelfth,- eleven points behind Dorsey,
who passed them both on Thursday.
Hugh Johnston, of Forest City, made
his first return since June 17. He and
Louis McCusker, the holder of twenty
third place, have -3 points each.
Maxwell Shepherd, of Carbondale,
added a trifle to his score, but without
The following is tho standing of the
ten contestants who have scored the
largest number of points since July 1:
Leading Contestants for July,
Birdseye Maple Writing Desk.
Watcrmon Gold Fountain Pen.
Albert Freedman .,
C. W. Dorsey
A. J. Kellerman ..,
Maxwell Shepherd ,
Miss Mary y eager.,
L. E. Stanton
William Sherwood .
, Elmer Williams ..
A Number of Them Were in the
President XV. H. Truesdale, General
Auditor O. C. Post, Trufllc Manager B.
D. Caldwell and Chief Engineer W. K.
McFarlln, of the Lackawanna railroad,
were In the city yesterday on one of
their periodical visits.
They have been on a tour of Inspec
tion over the road and came up to
Scranton from the Bangon and Port
laud division to "have u look" at things
During his stay, President Truesdale
visited tho offices and shops, nnd held
a conference with Mr. Clarke, the gen
eral superintendent, over official mat
ters. The party left about 4,30 o'clock
for New York.
Vice-President E. B. Loomis, of the
coal department, has been in the city
several days this week in conference
There's Been a
Great Demand fop
This summer. Here are
some new ones right out
of the workshop.
STRAW HATS AT $1.
Regular $2,00 Kind
Corner Washington Ave,
and Spruce Street.
with Superintendent Phillips nnd As
slstahl Hupe.rlntendcnt Tohcy.
Superintendent of Dining Car Service
B. Smith, Superintendent of Tele
irraph L. It. Foley, nntl Chief Clerk
George A. Poore, of Superintendent
Clarke's onice, together with their
wives, left yesterday for Asbury Park,
where they will spend today jind to
morrow. General Superintendent T. M. Clarke
was lit the city yesterday, and accom
panied President Truesdale on his tour
of the offices, They had nothing to say
regarding the strike situation.
"Match It" Cheroots.
They are packed In tinfoil 5 In a
pacltnge Summatra wrappers a mild,
free smoke. Tho best selling cheroot
ever Introduced to Scranton smokers.
Wholesale nnd retail at Frank O'Huru's
Tho election of officers and directors of
the New Germnnla Building and Loan
association will be held at tho office of
the association, No. 601 Cedar avenue,
on Wednesday, July 16, 002, from 7 to
9 o'clock p. in.
II. F. Zlegler, Secretnry.
The annual excursion of the Scran
ton Llederkrnnz will take place Mon
day, July 21, to Mountain Park. Bnuer'a
full band nnd orchestra. Tickets, 75
cents; children, CO cents. Trains leave
at S.30 o. in. nnd 1 p. in.
Dr. Llndnbury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, 215 Connoll building.
Hours: 11a. in. to 4 p. m.j 7 to 8.30 p.m.
Can get seasonable
to fit at
305 Laclcawanna Ave.
He makes a specialty of
fitting big men.
305 Lackawanna bn
TRADING STAMPS, TOO.
We Carry the Largest Line for Selection in N. E.
From WheF0111ltako From
$2.50 Pgjfl 0 $2.50
to satisfaction. M to
$7.00 f g $7.00
Reynolds Brothers. Stationers and Engravers
will remove all anxiety as to the Codl Supply for
your kitchen, and will also save your wife
much of the drudgery of housekeeping.
Cooking with fa
1 more convenient.
We are offering to our gas consumers Double Oven Gas Cooking
Ranges for $9.75 and up. This price Includes putting them In your
kitchen ready for use. All connections free on first floor.
how About hot Water?
, A Hot Water Heater connected to your kitchen boiler answers
that question. We havo them. Price connected, $10.
Fuel gas, gross $1.00; net 90 and 80 cents per thousand.
I ii ' 1 1 mini
Ranges nntl Hot Water Heaters
room, Mo, 120 Washington Avenue,
f Maloney Oil & Manttf&cicjring Company, t
141-149 Meridian Street. J
k OLD 'PHONE eS-S. NEW 'PHONE S99I
io extra stamps for every sale of
, $1,00 or over at
Bring this Coupon with you.
Mid-Summar Clearance Sale Now 01
Ladles Shoes and Oxfords at
69c, 98c, 1.19, 1.39, 1.69, 1.90, a.io
Men's Shoes and Oxfords at
98c, 1. 15, 1.39, l49 l'9 3.20,3.90
These are cut prices.
Opposite Connell Building.
134 Washington Avenue.
Carriage at I
126-128 Franklia Ave.
Having Reached Us
That people are soliciting work in
our name, we wish to notify the
public that we have no agents
out whatever. Have you seen
"STORM KING" UMBRELLA?
Guaranteed to stand all storms,
or money refunded.
Umbrella Manufacturing Co,
313 Spruce Street.
on exhibition at our 'sales
UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK,
& W&te Co