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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902. s T.
B THE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
During the hot days
of Bummor by using a
B, & B, Wickless
No smoke, no ordor.
Practical safe nine
Foote & Shear Co. X
it9 Washington Ave. O
of Music and Art
Season 1002 - 1003 opens
Thursday, Sept. 18. Most
modern and approved methods.
Send for prospectus. Carter
Building, '604 Linden street.
PETER N. HAAN
i tivery, Boarding, Cab Service, Shop
ping, Opera, arty, weamng
and Train Calls.
IEAVY TEAMING AND DRAYING
New Stables, 1415 Mulberry Street,
few 'Phone 2057.
You Are Considering
rhe purchase or sale of nny high ffrado
licks or bonds, bettor consult us. Wo
ake a specialty of this kind of sccuri-
I. F HEQARQEL & CO.,
I Rooms 206 & 207, Commonwealth Bids.
RIIS3 Knto Bui-liam, of 345 Now street, is
plaiting at Carbondulo and Prompton.
Arthur A. Close, stenographer to Post-
Inustcr Ripple, is enjoying his annual vu-
SInnager 'A. J. Duffy, of the Lyceum
theater, left for Syracuse yesterday on a
Hon. and Mrs. Chailes P. O'llalloy nro
louring the west. They will make u trip
kluough Yellowstone Paik.
JIlss Jennie Kmiffmau, of Prcscott
ivcnuc, has returned home from a visit
hvfth friends at AVilllamsport.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Higgins and sons,
Robert and Harry, who uro vi<ing In
Clark's Summit, uro spending several
flays with friends in town.
Commi.-sary Sergeant W. O. Lathrop,
it the Seventh United States cavalry,
low stationed at Chlckamuugmi 1'aik,
fa,, is home on a tlueo months, fur-
iRov. and Mis. Joseph Mudison, of this
Ity, left yesterday for a two weeks'- tlip
Thompson, Sustiuehumia county, Pu.
bey will bo the guests of Rev. and Mrs.
piohn Stanton, for many years aimer-
Ivendont at the Lackawanna Iron and
Icel company h mills, has accepted u po
tion as superintendent of the new steel
ills at Sault St. Matlc.
IRov. P. J. McManus, pastor of St.
liul's church, Green Ridge, und presl-
ent or tno to tut Abstinence union of
ho Scrnnton dloeose, ami Walter Mc-
Cicholas, delegate from tho union. left on
Sunday for Dubuque, Iowa, whcio thov
n tuKo un aetivo part in tho convention
rtlio National Total Abat nenco unions
Amerlcu ut present In session in that
polo Price, John Piico and Russell Bow-
nave leturucd from a two weeks'
linoelng trip down tho Delawaro liver.
I'hoy stalled ut Lackawaxen and io-
lurnert from Caipentcrvlile, N. J u ut-
iio neiow eastern. Komo t mo was snout
lit Mllford, Blalrhtnwn. Delawnia Water
fiap and Hclvldcrc. They report a snlcn-
II Id time without tho least mishap, Tho
inp was niacio in a canoe built by them
selves, which proved especial v adanted
fco the service,
Stamp Collectors, Attention.
At our sre.it cut price sale of Dry
loods we will give double stamps, Seo
pur advertisement. Mears & Hngcn.
AGREES TO DISAGREE,
lusband and Wife Arrange a Mutual
Peter Hartma.ii, of Huzuard's Pond,
twl his wife, Kute, with their two Jt.
lie boys, were before Alderman Howo
last evening. The husband was ac
cused of assaulting the wife, calling
her vile names and making threats to
do her bodily harm,
Alderman Howe heard the story In
detail, and with fatherly advice tried
to adjust the trouble, but It was of
noAuse. The couple agreed to dlsugrew
lira live apart, he to pay her 310 this
kiontti and $12 next month, and sho to
la re for the children and look after fho
potato paten on the farm.
FRUITED WHEAT sounds delicious.
tastes better, Most healthful.
I I Laundry i
KLEYBOLTE & CO.
THEIR AGENT IS HERE TO
MAKE A BID FOR THEM.
Tonight's Meotings- of Select and
Common Council Are Expected to
Bo Productive of New Developments
in tho Matter of the City Bonds.
Mr. Deltrlck Conferred Yesterday
with City Official Regarding the
Bonds Hayes & Sons Practically
Reiterate Their Refusal.
It Is generally expected that tonight's
meetings of select and common coun
cils will be productive of some Interest
ing developments In the matter of the
city bonds. Hayes & Sons, of Cleve
land, liavo practically reiterated their
refusal to take tho Issue, nnd tho city
authorities have been on the alert for
the past two weeks for another pur
chaser. In the event of Hayes & Sons forfeit
ing all claim to the bonds, they will
probably be sold to the house of Ru
dolph Kleybolte & Co., New York.
Frank Deltrlck, a representative of the
company, wus at Recorder Connell's
oflicc the greater part of yesterday,
and his presence, coupled with the gen
eral trend of his actions, caused the
oiilclals in neighboring offices to pretty
generally predict a transferal of th
bonds to the New York firm.
During part of Mr. Deitrlck's visit,
he was closeted with Recorder Council,
In the latter's private sanctum. Dur
ing tho rest or his stay, he was prob
ably the busiest man in tho building,
making almost constant trips from the
recorder's office to that of the city
Secretary Mark K. Edgar was des
patched to' the controller's office for a
complete statement of tho city's In
debtedness, and a number of other
moves were taken which looked as
though Mr. Deltrlck wished to be fairly
sure about the validity of the bonds
before he took any chances. City Soli
citor George M. Watson was culled In,
and an interesting and rather lengthy
chat ensued between him and tho
agent, about 4 o'clock In the after
noon. Recorder Connell was not very com
municative about what ensued at his
meeting with Mr. Deltrlck, and the lat
ter, while far from tongue-tied, wasn't
very voluble either, when It came to a
discussion of the question.
"Why, really," he remarked to a
Tribune man, "In the first place, I don't
know whether those bonds are going to
be offered for sale, and, In the second
place, I don't know whether my house
would want to have anything to do
He smiled broadly, as ho made tho
latter assertion, and continued: "How
ever, Kleybolte & Co. control a largo
bond house, and having heard of the
condition existing here at present, in
regal d to the bond issue, are just look
ing into the matter. Time will tell the
result, and, In fact, there may be some
developments as early as tomorrow
Mr. Deitrlck's firm also bid upon tho
$250,000 issue of school district bonds,
which were awarded to Npw'burger
Bros. & Henderson, of Philadelphia, at
tho meeting held July 28.
HAD THE RABIES
That Is the Opinion of Dr. Ravenel
and Dr. Pierson, Experts
on the Subject.
Expert testimony on the subject of
"rabies" was given by Dr. Mussylc P.
Ravenel and Dr. Leonard Pierson, both
of Philadelphia, in the case of John M.
Fan-oil vs. Dr. H. A. Paget, yes
terday before Arbitrators Mulholland,
Frank Bonner and Thomas Beck.
The case Is one In which Farrell sues
to recover for the loss of a valuable
bull-dog that died In tho care of Dr.
Paget, a veterinarian, of this city. At
torney L. P. 'Wedoman appeared for
tho plaintiff and Joseph O'Brien and
Frank Donnelly for the defendant.
Tho dog, which was valued at about
$300, was taken 111, and tho owner,
Batalll, took it to Dr. Paget. He diag
nosed the case as rabies. The owner
did not want the dog killed, and the
only thing to do was tp confine It In an
Iron cage, according ' to instructions
from Health Officer "W. E. Allen.
A few days afterwards, tho dog died,
and In the meantime Farrel had pur
chased the animal from Battali for $50.
When ho learned the dog was dead, a
suit was instituted against Dr. Paget
for a sum, which the dog was valued
The case was heard by Alderman
Kasson, who gave Judgment for Far
rell In the sum of $284. The defendant
appealed from the judgment, and It Is
this appeal the arbitrators are hear
ing. Mr, Fan ell's child Is seriously III, nnd
tho cuse has been continued until next
Wednesday. Doctors Ravenel and
Pierson had come hero from Philadel
phia to give expert testimony, and
they wore permitted to testify beforo
the arbitrators yesterday.
Dr. Pagot's defense Is that ho prop
erly diagnosed the case, and did tho
right thing, under the direction of tho
health officer, and Is not liable for tho
dog's death, In order to strengthen his
theory of the case, Dr. Paget sent tho
bruins und nerve tissues of the dog to
Dr. Ravenel, who pronounced It a clear
case of rabies.
Dr. Ravenel has tho reputation of
being the greatest authority In America
on tho disease, having studied It under
Pasteur la Paris. Ho Is the bacteriolo
gist of the State Live Stock Sanitary
Board, At tho hearing yesterday he
produced the tissues of the dog, on
which he had made an examination.
His testimony was to tho effect that
It was clearly a case of rabies, and
Dr, Pierson corroborated his testimony,
They bqth declared that the disease is
absolutely Incurable, and tho only
course to pursue with a dog under such
clrcumstunces is to kill or confine the
animal until death follows,
.Are You Going
With the N, Y, O and W. excursion
to Hancock, Sunday, August 10th? Re
turn faro, $1.00. .U'ruln leaves Scranton
Ht S.30 a. m.
Fine Photographs at Grfnn Aft Co.,
203 Wyoming avenue.
Coursen sells FnUITEp WHEAT,
St. Luke's Parish House, Aug.
11th and 14th
Tickets on application at the
IN A NUT-SHELL
Compels the Student to Think
J. Alfred Pennington,
Dear Sir: commend the Facltcn System of
musical instruction for the following reasons.
1st. Class work stand for inspiration.
2d. It develops the spirit of competition.
3rd. It enables the pupil to measure his own
strength and ability.
4th. It teaches correct time by unity of action.
And finally the Fad ten System compels the
student to think, and those who think, progress.
Mrs. George Howell.
BARRING WANTS PAY.
Has Asked Controller to Ignore
Auditing Committee's Action in
Detective Herman Barring has been a
visitor at City Controller Costcllo's
office since tho auditing committee re
fused to approve his bill for profes
sional services, and asked the controller
to set aside the action of the commit
tee. The latter has refused to take any
such action, and a tie-up, therefore, ex
ists In the matter.
Recorder William L. Connell argues
that the claim Is a perfectly legitimate
one and should be paid. Said he, yes
terday, to a Tribune man: "A special
appropriation of $2,000 has been made
for claims of just this nature, and re
imbursement should be made out of
"Personally, I am not worrying In the
least over the action taken by the aud
iting committee, in refusing to sanction
the detective bills", despite my written
approval, which accompanied them.
That committee, In reality, has no
supervision over city accounts.
"It Is not necessary for tho city solic
itor to" render any further opinion on
the matter, for ho Hied an opinion last
March, which conclusively established
the committee's status, and showed Its
powers to be really nil."
FOR A LABOR CONVENTION.
Circular Sent Out Yesterday by the
Central Labor Union.
The following circular, calling a con
vention to discuss the advisability of
nominating labor candidates for con
gress, the senate and the legislature,
was sent out yesterday by the Central
Scranton, Pa., Aug. 5, 1902. .
To Oiganlzed Labor of Lackawanna
County and All Good Citizens in General-Greeting:
The Central Labor Union of
Scranton and vicinity realizing that tho
government was intended to be a govern
ment of tho peopled for the people, and
by the people, but as now constituted
under tho debauching political system of
tho dominant parties has deteriorated Into
a government of tho trust, for the trust,
and by the trust, and realizing that all
legislation and its construction is in the
interest of corporate capital to the det
riment of tho people, and also realizing
that tho only salvation of the masses lies
In tho intelligent and conscientious use of
our elective franchise, therefore tho Cen
tral Labor Union of Scranton and vicin
ity, calls upon your organization to send
two delegates to a convention to bo held
in Carpenters' hall, on Aug. IS, 190-', at 7
p. m., to discuss the advisability of in
dependent political action, also the advis
ability of constructing a platform ex
pressing our views of government and
offeilng for tho franchise of tho pcoplo
our best and most available men ns can
didates for congress, state senate and les
islatuie. Act on this immediately. Elect your
delegates and if desiiable instruct them
how to vote.
That this action may not conflict with
your constitution we would advise when
discussing this matter that you adjourn
your mooting nnd re-convene under tho
name of the Economic League of Lacka
Send names of your delegates to E. C.
Patterson, secretary Central Labor union,
309 Lackawanna avenue, as soon as thoy
aie selected. Fraternally yoius,
Central Labor Union.
Wm. Corlcss, J. V. Hammcs, Hugh
Frayne, Daniel Lavcrty, Michael Lavello,
SCRANTON BALL PLAYERS.
Members of Lawson's Team Playing
nt Central Islip, L. I.
Catcher Ralney, First Baseman Sulli
van, Second Baseman Logan and Cen
terflelder Gllleran, who were members
of Lawson's Scranton team during the
early part of tho season, aro now
playing with an Independent team at
Central Islip, Long Island.
Sullivan nnd Gllleran, who have been
In the city this week, rejoined the team
last evening, Gllleran Is a resident of
this city, nnd was formerly a catcher
for the Young Men's Christian associa
Garcia Vega Key West Cigars,
Ec. $2.25 a box. 10c, value. Coursen's,
Coursen sells FRUITED WHEAT.
Arid talks on saving money. Just
glauco at a fmv of our pi Ices, and
they will speak for themselves;
A, & P. Elgin Creamery
Butter, per lb..,,,.,. 24c
A. & P, Blended "'ffee,
per lb , . N v 15c
Choice Drinking Teas, ,
lb ,. 40c
A, & P. Rice, whole grain, t
per lb,,,..,,,,,,, , ,, 07c
A. & P, Pearl Tapioca, per
A. & P, Corn Starch, 1 lb
package.; ! ,,, ,, 07c
A. & P. Table Salt, 5-lb,
sack. , , , , , 05c
20 Founds Pine Granulat
ed Sugar...,., $1.00
Tho ONLY HOl'SE that actual
ly baves you cash for cash.
The Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co.,
411 Lackawanna avonuo, 321
Noith Main avonuo. "Phone, 7J-2.
Prompt delivery, New 'Phono, 123.
WASHERIES START UP.
Two More Were Put in Operation
Yesterday Output of the
Two more wusherles in tho Lacka
wananreglon started up yesterday. Ono
was the Edgerton washery of the Tem
ple Coal and Iron company, at' Arch
bald, and the other, the National
washery, of tho North American Coal
company, at Mlnooka. Both companies
reported full forces at work, and their
respective plants turning out their full
Superintendent Hayes, of tho Oxford
colliery of the People's Coal company,
stated yesterday that ho has one hun
dred and eighty men employed and that
four hundred tons of coal are being
jnlned and shipped dally. Twelve
more mules wore lowered at the Oxford
At tho Cayuga, according to the com
pany's claims, three hundred tons of
coal were run through the breaker yes
terday. Tho company has made no an
nouncement of the number of men em
ployed, but report hus It that It ex
ceeds ono hundred.
Both companies assert that, as far as
tho observation of their superintend
ents goes, ninety-five per cent, of the
men woiklng at tho two collieries are
ex-strikers. Superintendent Rose says
that all tho men working at the Dick
son are old Delaware and Hudson em
ployes. Two more outside hands re
ported for work at the Dickson yester
day. District President NIcholls and Sec
retary Dempsey were at Luzerne yes
terday, addressing a strikers' mass
meeting. Mr. NIcholls' "mysterloui
disappearance" on Tuesday is explained
by the fact that he was moving his
residence from Chestnut street to South
Main avenue, and took a day off to
superintend the work.
BOTH SIDES SATISFIED.
Arbitration Award Is' Agreeable to
Both Parties. 9
The award of the arbitrators in the
street car dispute is declared to be sat
isfactory to both sides. '
W. H. Taylor, chairman of tho board
of arbitration, yesterday received tho
following letter from General Manager
Scranton Railway Company,
General Manager's Office,
Scranton, Pa., Aug. 3, 1902.
Mr. W. H. Taylor. Chairman,
Dear Sir: I am in receipt of an original
copy of tho dcclMon of tho board of ar
bitrators and desire, on behalf of our
company, to thank each member of that
board for tho time and attention they
have given to tills matter, and to further
stnto that wo will cheerfully abido by
their decision and carry out Its provisions.
Yours very truly,
Scranton Railway Company,
By Frank Silllman, Jr., General Manager.
No official declaration has come from
either the union or non-union men, but
conversations with Individuals of each
class indicate beyond question that they
TURTLE IN THE MAILS.
Received at tho Scranton Postoffice
Some joker, who is sojourning at
Lake Wlnola, mailed a small turtle to
a friend on North Hyde Park avenue,
The box containing tho turtle was
broken In being transported, and tho
animal tumbled out of the mall pouch
when opened in the postoffice.
The driver df tho mall wagon "deliv
ered tho goods" In the wagon, yester
day afternoon. The turtle was slightly
disfigured when It reached Its destina
tion, but was still alive and kicking.
Are You Going
With the X. X. O and W. excursion
to Hancock, Sunday, August 10th? Re
turn fare, $1,00. Train leaves Scranton
at S.30 a. in,
First-class Picture Framing at Grlf
lln Art Co., 209 Wyoming avenue.
Coursen's nrcakfast Java, 20c,
Finest Fruit re
ceived daily. The
crop is large fruit
fine and prices low,
E. G, Coursen. 1
AUGUST HEAT DOES NOT DE
CREASE THE POINTS.
A. J. Kellermnn and William T. S,
Rodriguez Made the Largest Re
turns in The Tribune's Educational
Contest Yesterday Mr. Kellermnn
Increased His Hold on First; Place
in Both Tables Mr. Rodriguez in
Third Place Among tho August
Leaders Eddie Morris Moves Up
Three Places in Main Table Now
Subscribers Voluntarily Help'ing
Standing of Contestants
A. J. Kellermanf Scranton. 538
.Charles Burns, Vandllng. .459
Oscar H. Xlpp, Elmhurst'. .338
Albert Freedman, Belle-
Fred K. Gunster, Green
Wm. T. S. Rodriguez,
Herbert ' Thompson, Car-
Maxwell Shepherd, Car-
Chas. W. Dorsey, Scranton.151
L, E. Stanton, Scranton . . . 123
Wm. Sherwood, Harford.. 113
3. A. Havenstrite, Mos
Miss Beatrice Harpur,
Homer Kresge, Hyde Park 61
Harry Madden, Scranton. . 58
Frnnk B. McCreary, Hall
stead . . . . ; 50
Hendrick Adams, Chin
William Cooper, Priceburg 43 (
Lee Culver, Springville. . . 39
Grant M. Decker, Hall
stead ., 37
Miss Jane Mathewson,
Walter Hallstead, Scran
Harry Danvers, Provi
Fred Kibler, South Scranton
Louis McCusker, Park
Place ' 23
Hugh Johnston, Forest
Miss Mary Vcager, Green
Eddie Morris, South Scran
ton -. . . 20
C. J. Clark, Peckville 18
Louis Gere, Brooklyn 18
Miss Edna Coleman,
John Mackie, Providence.. 16
Elmer Williams, Elmhurst. 16
Despite the heat of the past few days,
tho contestants In The Tribune's Edu
cational Contest have kept steadily at
work. yesterday fifty points were
scored, the largest number being
brought In by A. J. Kellerman, who .in
creased his score In each table by
thirty-three. This gives Mr. Kellerman
a good hold on first place in each case,
and ho now has a lead which It will be
difficult- to overcome.
William T. S. Rodriguez scored twelve
points, which puts him very close to
fifth place in the main contest, and
raises him from seventh to third among
the August leaders. He has but to re
tain his position to be sure of one' of
the cameras offered ns a special prize
for the best work this month.,'
Eddie Morris, of South Scranton,
brought In two points and broke the
tie which has existed for some time be
tween he and tho three contestants
above him. This raises him to twenty
eighth place with good prospects for
going higher shortly.
General Public Interested,
The public in general is beginning to
take quite an Interest In the various
contestants Persons occasionally call
at the office and subscribe for The Tri
bune, requesting that the points be
credited to certain of the young people
who are striving for tho scholarships.
William Sherwood, of Harford, and
Fred K. Gunster, of Green Ridge, each
received points in this way yesterday.
This is very encouraging to those who
nro working hard for their educational
advancement, and people who are al
ready subscribers to The Tribune could
aid them materially In their endeavors
by suggesting to others that they hand
In their names, together with the
amount covering tho number of months
for which they wish to subscribe, and
have tlio-polnta credited to some young
man or woman In whom they are In
terested. LEADERS P0R AUGUST.
Folding Pocket Kodak, No. 1, A.
No, 2- Brownie Camera.
No, 1 Brownie Camera.
1. A, J. Kellerman 63
2. William Sherwood 27
3. Wlllllam T. S. Rodriguez 22
4. L, E, Stanton IS
D. Herbert Thompson 1G
6. J. A. Havenstrite 1-1
7. Hendrick Adams 12
8. Lee Culver 6
0. Charles Burns o
10. Fred K. Gunster 4
SLOOUM FAMILY REUNION.
Held Recently at Factoryville and
Tho annual reunion of the Slocum
family was held ut the Keystone
Academy campus ut Factoryville, Fri
day, Aug. 1. Tho storin of tho previous
day deterred many who, planned to bo
present, but chairs woro secured from
Factoryville In sufficient numbers to
accommodate all who attended, con
sequently the rain proved n6 disad
vantage. Each year brings many new faces
to these delightful meetings and the re
union of this year was the largest yet
held by the family, Officers for tho
following year are: R. P. Parker, of
Chirks Green, president; Harold
Parker, Cliirks Summit, secretary!
John Slocum'Cllfford, treasurer.
The reunion next year will be held at
the same place, the scond Wednesday
In August. It Is desired to notify all
members by personal letter nnd all who
furnish the Secretary with their nnmc
and address will be HiUb notified two
Weeks before the date, '
Among those present were: Mr. nnd
Mrs. II, P. Parker, Mr. John Slocum,
sr., Mr. tttul Mrs. Ira Cosner, Sir.' nnd
Mrs, Florence Bristol, daughter Mary,
Mrs. Florcy, daughter, Florence, Mrs.
Mary Chnso-Slocum, sons, Elmer and
Iloyd, Vernon Slbcum and daughter,
Mr, and Mrs. Jerome Slocum, boiis
Howard, Clement nnd a daughter, Mrs.
Augusto Aworley, daughters Lena und
Pcrnl, Mr. and Mrs. Ward 1). Parker,
daughter Frances, Miss Eleanor Hallo
well, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Croasdalo and
son, Airs, Walter Spcddlng, Mrs, Henry
Storrs Webb, Miss Clara Vonstorch, Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Slocum, Jr., Mrs. Nelson
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Myers, and
daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sterling Slo
cum nnd children, Mrs, Harold Parker,
son W. Earle, Mr. nnd Mrs. George W.
Hnrton, Mrs. N. Costlct nnd children.
Delegations from Tunkhnnnnck, Wy
oming nnd other places woro present
but failed to register their names beforo
leaving the grounds.
The Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western Railroad company will pay
the nbove for information that will
lead to the arrest and conviction of
the person or persons who set fire to
the Bollevue washery on Friday
evening, August' 1st, 1902.
R. A. Phillips,
Supt. Coal Mining Dept.
SCRANTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Day and evening sessions of tho
Scranton Business College will reopen
Tuesday, September 2. Write, call or
phono (862) for Information. Buck &
Whltmorc, corner Adams and Linden.
The Bostocks Coming Nit.
Vat is coming? The Woodmen's
excursion to. Lake Ariel, Aug. 14.
Everybody come and seo tho log roll
ing. Something doing. Bostock's will
not be In It with the amusments at this
excursion. Tickets, 75c; children, 40c.
Dr. Llndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, 215 Connell building.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.; 7 to 8.30
A-Key West 5c Cigar,
That merits trial at O'Hara's cigar
Coursen's creamery butter, 25c. lb.
A meal In Itself FRUITED WHEAT.
To the Public
- I have permanently located my optical
offico at 40S Commonwealth Bldg. Hav
ing tho latest Instruments, I can nssuro
the Scranton public satisfactory work.
THE EXAMINING OF EYES Is not a
matter of guess wcik, but a science gov
erned by principles which no ono but a
person having a medical as well as an
optical education can understand. I can
guarantco you accurato results and per
fect fitting glusses.
Eye-sight Specialist and Expert Optician,
formorly of Now York, now 40S Common
''If, Lackajyamna Ave.ScramtonV
The Pridmore Automatic Copying Press
Gives four times more pressure than
any other press.
(bt- MKbmmim. VErW. (fib
The screw is designed so as to mata
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We Are Headquarters 4
Bittenbender & E
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Fast black, stool rod, solid frame, 2(5-In.
Lmlu-ollnH, 2!)c. Fast black, steel rod,
solid fiamo, 2S-ln. Umbrellas. 30c. Finn
twilled Glorln, 2ti-ln., oPc. Flno twilled
Gloria, 2S-in., SOc. Fine piece-dyed Union
Inrfcta 811k Umbrellas of all colors, your
choice of tho finest pearl, horn and Ivory
silver trimmed handles, J1.40.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTURING CO
313 Spruce Street.
You believe there r
many brands of
But after using the re
liable "Snow White"
, . You know it to be abso
. lively the best.
' We only wholesale it.
Mill & Grain Co.,
Scranton and 01 y pliant.
S. J. Fuhrman & Bro
Strap Roller fo.
Awnings a Specialty-
328 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton, "Pa.
We positively guarantee
these cocktails to toe equal -to
any ever put under a cork.
Tha Ingredients are strict
ly pure and the delicate blend
of the liquors, unsurpassed.
the Bottle, at
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