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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, &ElTEiUBER 17, 1902.
IConcludeil ftom fuse 3.
'thugs," "scoundrels," "bulldozers"
were some of the names npnlled to
ch(idt and kTnhcy. M. I Klynn was
elected chairman and 1. J. Horhii, of
North Soranton, secretary. John Gib
bons who rccoRnlzrd by the chair and
made a short speech, In which ho de
plored the trouble that had taken place.
"It Is too bad," he Bald, "that the
men wo have honored with the lilshest
ofllceft In this county have treated you
like slaves. You deserved better from
men like Sehadt and Fa hey, whom you
have often honored. You came from
nil prtrtB ot thn county to perforin a
certain duty find were disfranchised In
a most hlBh-handed manner by a man
who Is now by your votes charged with
the preservation of the peace in this
A committee consisting of P. .T.
Ilognn, Martin Bird, J. H. Hellly,
Daniel Murray and Patrick Qaughnn
was appointed to express the senti
ments of the delegates concerning the
treatment receded and reported the
following resolution, which was unani
mously adopted amid great applause
We having been reBUlnrly elected dele
gates to tho Democratic county conven
tion, held this dny In Music hall, this city,
mid having been unlawfully deprived of
our seats by unlawfully assumed author
ity. It Is hereby
Kcsolvcd. That wo enter our protest
ngalnst the manner In which wo hnvo
been trcntod and declare ourselves the
Independent Democratic party of Iiacka
wiinna county, and proceed here and now
to nominate a full ticket.
THE DELEGATES PRESENT.
John F. Gibbons and James P. Ma
loney were named additional secretaries
and the work of preparing the roll ot
the convention was begun. It showed
the following In attendance:
Archbald-John Loftus, John K. Flynn,
P. P. Scanlon, Michael Brcnnan and
HIakely Fred Coyne, M. McLoughlln.
Carbondalo Township Joseph Gillespie,
Charles lllgglns, Thomas Cuhcy and W.
Carbohdale City Joseph McNulty, Pat
rick Monahan, Frank Sloane, P. F. Mc
Kcnna, Thomas A. Casey, Patrick Puce,
James Dunlcavy, Patrick Smith and M.
Clifton Vincent Dougherty.
Dickson John Rcllly, Joseph Dolphin.
Dunmore Stephen McHalc, Thomas
Kays. M. McDonnell, Robert "J. McKcnna,
Mlrhacl Mauley. Anthony Hart, John
GUI. John McIIugh, M. O'Horo, James
McCormlck, M. J. McDonnell, T. F.
O'Horo, Patriek Tevan, Thomus F. Qulnn,
Elmhurst William Kearney.
Kell Township M. F. Howard and John
Jermyn Timothy Donovan, John M.
Ford and William T-oughney.
Lackawanna Township John Mangan,
Madison Township Richard Kearney.
Mayflcld Borough J. J. Campbell, C. J.
Dunleavy and John Hanophy.
Old Forge Borpugh Harvey McGowan,
Robert Conway, John Rlfenburg and
Olyplmnt William Novansky, F. C.
Roaring Brook James McDade.
Scranton, First Ward Thomas Durkln,
M. J. Walsh, Michael Hughes, P. J. Dur
kln. Thomas Cnrden.
Second Ward P. J. Ilogan, George
Fanning, John Timlin, P. J. Regan,
James Rcllly and John Flnnerty.
Third Ward Patrick McAndrew. John
Kcnehan, Thomas Cavanuugh, M. J.
Wells and Ed. Mlilchronu.
Fourth Ward Thomas Campbell, Jas.
McHalc and John Cro&sln.
Fifth Ward Daniel Moran and Patrick
Sixth Ward William Terrlll and Pat
Seventh Ward jAmes Gillespie, Thomas
Loftus and Peter Gcrrlty.
Klghth Ward-Kd. lloillgan, Ed. Van
son and M. P. Flynn.
Ninth Ward Patrick Lynett.
Tenth Ward-B. O'Reilly.
Eleventh Ward James Moran and
James Brown, y
Twelfth Ward James Danney.
Thirteenth Ward Con. O'Donnell and
Fourteenth Ward Martin Bird and
Fifteenth Ward Daniel Murray.
Seventeenth Ward Patrick Guuglmn.
Twentieth Ward John F. Gibbons,
Charles Williams and William Moran.
Twenty-first ward Alex. Grogau.
South Ablngton Bernard McGreuvy.
Taylor-Thomas Weljby, Putrick F.
Gibbons and Robert Rogers.
Throop James lleffron.
Wlnton Anthony Heston, John T.
Loftus and Thomas A. Ruane.
The chairman appointed 13. D.
O'Reilly, P. F. Lynell. Patrick Kearney,
Patrick Pace and Vincent Dougherty
ns a committee on resolutions, who re
ported the following, which was
Tho Independent Democratic convention
of Lackawanna county assembled today,
icpeats and affirms the promises and dec
larations of purposes contained in tho
platform of its state convention held In
Kile In 1!KL
We recognize the necessity of cleansing
our commonwealth from tho stain that
has como upon her by tho unparalleled
corruption of tho Boss Rule of Quny, and
his subservient dishonest tools, and do
nounco thfe corrupt methods by which
that rule debauches .Hie legislature, and
dominates every department of stnte af
fairs for the purpose of securing "plums"
for himself and his retainers, in total
disregard of the Interests of the honest
people ot this state, Democratic and Re
publican. Wo welcome with satisfaction tho army
of honest Republicans in our common
wealth now matching on with the mighty
hostp of Democracy In tho endeavor to
onco again, redeem tho state from tho
htlgina place upon hot- by tho dominant,
corrupt wing of the Republican party
and we predict that in Hon, Robert E.
Paulson wo have that fulthful, tried and
patriotic leader who will carry the peo
ple's b'apnor to a triumphant issue.
We congratulate the Democratic party
in Lackawanna county upon the splendid
victory achieved In tho election 'of the
ticket In !K)l and pledgo our untiring ef
forts to elect the ticket this day nomi
nated, and for this purpose we ask tho
co-operation of all fair minded citizens of
the county of Laukawanmi.
Wo deploro tho unsettled state of the
anthraclto coal industries and can only
hope thnt un agreement on tho issues
will be speedily reached, peace and Jus
tice will prevail and that labor and cap
ital will go hand and hand- together to
tho mutual benefit of each, always rec
ognizing the pitnclple that the status of
the worklngman Is tho best Jndox to tho
prosperity of a country.
The temporary organization, was
made poriiiunent by unanimous consent
nnd Chairman Flynn called for nomi
nations for orphans' court' judge,
ORPHANS' COURT JUDGE.
ThomaB Moore, of South Scranton,
nominated T, P. Hoban and B. D,
O'Reilly named Hon. AT, F, Sando. The
vote was Hoban, 112; Sando, 4. Mr.
Uoban'H nomination was then made
by acclamation. ,
Chairman Flynn relinquished the
rlialr to P. F. Lynett and galng on the
lloor nominated Hon. William' Connell
for congress In tho following speech:
I rise to placo In nomination for th
jmc of congressman for the Tenth Cou
hresilonal district a man bo broad, o
liberal nnd so just that nil parties, nil
neet and nil peoples may claim him. Bin
life Iiab been a record of devotion to the
interests ot tho district ho has repre
sented, In nil matters that liava per
tained to tho publlo good he has hud
tho rourago to stand up for what ho has
considered right and Just nnd proper, re
gardless of personal consequences or the
temporary unpopularity of his nctlon,
Sprung from the rank ot tho people,
ho has worked nnd tolled, suffered nnd
sacrificed with those who best know what
that means, and having dona that, he bus
never lost his sympathy for them. With
that sympathy always active, hla heart
and hand have always been open to needs
of individuals nnd communities, and no
good cause has aver appealed to him in
vain. Far-cclng and resourceful, lie bus
been tho lender In planting Industries In
our midst that glvo employment to thous
ands of our boys and girls, nnd young
men nnd younc women,
Generous, fair and Just, his employes
Invo him, trust him, and stand by him on
all occasions. Although well along In
yenrs. his Judgment Is as sure nnd his
mind iiB clear and bright ns It has ever
been. Such n man docs not often llvo
to brighten tho lot of any community.
It Is our opportunity now to show our
appreciation of a character such as his,
to do honor to a man tho peer of any
lit the nation, to honor ourselves nnd tho
nation by losing sight ot party lines for
tho time 'being, nnd, taking advantage
ot an opportunity that may never occur
to us nguln, It Is my high privilege, gen
tlemen, to placo In nomination for this
exalted office, your friend, my friend and
tho friend ot tho people, Hon. William
Do you seek for a precedent Mn this
matter. It you do, go back with me to
the time when tho lamented and beloved
Judge Gunster was renominated by the
Democrats of this district for Judge.
What was tho action of tho Republican
party at that time. Recognizing his
ability, his Integrity nnd his pnst honest
services, they- dropped nil partisan feel
ing and made him their candidate also.
Who became responsible for this action
and made It possible. The man whoso
name I present to you today. Aro wo
afraid to do what the Republican party
has dared to do.
The nomination was unanimously
made amid cheers and a great display
For county commissioners John J.
Durkln, of Scranton; Victor Burschell,
of Dunmore, and Paul Aten, of Newton,
were nominated, but after a poll of the
delegates had been partially taken
Aten's name was withdrawn by the
man who nominated him and Durkln
and Burschell were elected by accla
mation. Patrick Blewltt, ot this city, and P.
J. Moore, of Carbondalo, hud no op
position for mine Inspectors, and the
candidacy of P. F. Colpln for senator
In the Twentieth district was endorsed.
The convention adjourned after In
structing the officers to fill any vacan
cies that may occur.
Calpin Had No Opposition for
The senatorial district convention
was a brief and tame affair. Colonel
Fltzslmmons, the district chairman,
was elected to preside and the county
convention secretaries were selected
as the district convention secretaries.
P. F. Calpin. common councilman
from the Sixth ward, was the only
candidate. His name was presented in
a neat speech by Thomas A. Donahoe
and he was chosen by acclamation. He
came before the convention in response
to calls from the Moor and made a
brief speech of acceptance. Resolu
tions of the usual order were adopted.
Ex-Sheriff Fahey substituted Captain
P. DeLaeey that the veteran Demo
crat might second the motion to adopt
the resolutions and address the con
vention. He spoke for five minutes and
had the delegates thoroughly enthused.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the Scranton Pa postofflce Sept. 17,
1902. Persons calling for these letters
will please say advertised and give date
of list. Ezra H. Ripple, postmaster.
Anderson, Mrs. Annie Kleller, Anton!
Austin, Harry Landerbaugh, Saml.
Allemau, Rev. Her-Lewls, Mary Stowers
bert C. Millan. Miss Sadie
Allen, Aubrev W. Meyers, Mrs.
Barker, D. T. Melnke, A. 1-3. Co.
Burrows. Mis. MaryMoskowitz. Jacob
Butler. Mrs. John Moon. Brldcet
Buckeye IncubatorMlllor, Margaret
co. Mauritius, M. l.
Batchr, Mrs. AlfredMikalogunl. Mikolas
Colvllle. Roy Miller, Fred
Can-, II. R. McDavItt, Michael
Delner, Miss Mary McGrady, Miss Sadio
Donoghue.Mr., GrucoUcaherry, Mis. Dr.
Duffy & Lang. O'Hura. Thomas II.
Dledrlck, Paul Osborne, A. S.
Kills, Mrs. FrnnclR Owens. Miss Katie
Finn, Bessie MurphyOrzel, Peter
Flrda. George Parry.MIss Gertrude
Gesslor. Mrs. Priest. Miss Annie
Garment Workers' Prong. Win.
Union, No. 101. Pasqna.Annlco Ames
Gramm, Geo. 10. Qulnn, Miss Hnunuli
Gerlock, Jacob Quirk, Mrs.
Gough, John A. Rockwell, Mr. John
Grecir. Royal Richards. Margaret
Olldus, Rev. Filro Louise
George, Miss NcllleRulmondo. Philip
Harris. A. A. Ransom. Fred
Hall. R. A. Reynolds, Miss Eth-
Hunt.M ss Lillian M. el M.
Holmberg, Mrs, Mln-Ross, Mrs. Minnie
me Jtosennntuit. jmius
Hawley, Mrs. K. Q. Strauss. Mrs. S. J.
iiiienes. uave, jr. aiora, .miss hcicu
Hogun, Robert Thompson, Bubo
Hiigcn, Frank Vlellmuer. Mis. AVm,
Jordan. T. F. (Prcst)Vall. Beuluh
Johnson. Ncwtotn Warley & Co,
Jones, J. J. Wright. Mnlor Win.
Jones, Miss MnrrottuWIntermlte.Mrs. Ida
Johnson, W. M. Williams, Charles
Jenkins, T. Warncho, Henry
Jennings, RavmondWnrd, Mrs. Thora
Ingle. Henry B. Williamson. W.
Keating, Mrs, AniiloWllllnms. Henry J.
Kes-slor. C. M. Walsh, John V.
Klein. A. Kindle, Mrs. Clmi'le?
Killun, Mrs. Laura Xang, Miss Mnggie
Stcfano Tortorlcl, Pletro Perfotcn, Giu
seppe Pasciizzo, Tonl Gerbu, Touoy For
cttl, Glovnnnlii Ammondoln dl Autoulii,
Egrezlu Llqunn, Vlto Forrl, P.isniml.i
Roclilo, Antonio Madonna, Angela Fcrrl,
Pelllccla Giovanni, Stcfano Rosso (2),
Adam Kupntscmskv, Jnn Rinbodz, An
tony Lyseenibky, Andrew Chowezkl, Jak
ucliudl Orbratl, Anthony TaiuiHzallls,
Fruiik Horwaycuskl, Wlllm Scckus, Jan
Dbrutaskl, Frnnciszclc Flnworkl. Adiiiniu
Mcosslil, AVIndyslaw Gorskl, Josot Lu
kowski. Mary an Chmuuososkl, Auth Cln
plelewski. Mlchal Roopwskl, Jan Ostr
owNki, Plotr Pawawskl, Anna Nytko,
Augustn Kliimer. Liudowlka lllazls, No
bust Odblerajucjo, Kostantl Gonszowskl,
i ' HUNGARIAN.
Csimdalk Pnllkn, Murflca Tnmas, Dor
os Vuszlly, Dorak Wlasnycb, Jnhann
Szllck. Szlmkus Janus. Kurollns Bzmll,
Ewa Luch. Josof K'rysult. Mcry KuzIez
ta, Juno Morn, Andro Illcrko, I'otuczy
Wludysluwn. Twzcfu Suchockoinu, Mag
lalcnlo Sufrunowskoj, Inzck ouka, Jur
WEST SCH ANTON STATION,
Mr, J, Dnvls, 308 South Muln nvonuo;
Wm. L. Hull. Mr. C. 8. Lowrv, Shields.
Hill & Co., MIsm 8. Weaver, John Hub
aides, Michael Muttuos.
A Revelry Party,
Miss Angela Blewilt, of 316 Phelps
strcot. gavo a "revelry party" to a num.
ber of friends last evening at her home.
Tho following were in attendance; Kd.
Sullivan, Joseph Keating. Will McKulu.
Joseph Mooney, James Cushlng. of Pitta
ton; Arthur Blowitt, Edmund Burke, Ba
sil Gallagher, of Scranton; and tho MUses
Delia Noonc, Kitty Kecfe, Mamo Mc
Laan, Frances Blewltt, Irene Mulllus,
Beth Bcllu, Soplila Burnhani, Angela
Wall Itrett JUvitw.
Now York, Sept. 10, Tho tension of tho
money market was nonicwlmt relaxed
today nnd stocks responded with n strag
Kllnir recovery, but tho rcpicsslvo efTcct
of tho money situation was demonstrated
by tho subsidence of activity In tho, mar
ket, tliu volume of drillings falling below
halt a million shares for tho lltst tlmo In
several weeks Lulu yesterday It became
known thnt $2,lno.l)00 of gold In transit
from South A Trim to London liHd been
secured for New York. This fulled to
reiiHsuro sentiment Immediately, and
prices ot stocks declined miring tho morn
ing. St. Paul, Loulsvllln ami Nashville,
Rending, Norfolk and Western, and Wu
bash fell u point or over when an opon
lug money -rato ot 1.1 per cent, wns to
ported, A I ellipse to 10 per cent, was fol
lowed by it mlly and tho rale foil to fi
per cent. In tho afternoon. Recoveries
were general and tho Gould group, the
Wisconsin Central stocks, Amalgamated
Copper and some of tho Independent stcol
companies were notably strong. Tntnl
sales for tho dny, 4:t).fl0u shares. Tho bond
market was dull and Irregular In sym
pathy with stocks, steadying after early
heaviness. Ttotnl sales, pnr value, $J,a3T.
000. United States new 4s advanced ',4
and the old 4s 9i per cent, on tho lust call.
The following quotations aro furnished
The Trilmnc liy Halght Freeso Co., 31 !
315 Mcars Building.
W. D. Runyott, man-
A mat. Copper KS'4 0 ..'!7'(i CST4
Am. C. & F 31 3IK 3 Ha 3li
Amcrlcnn Ice 11 11 11 11 '
Am. Locomotive .... 32'i 3JiJ 32'4 3J1i
Am. Loco,, Pr fl.'i 9"T6 '' V
Am. S. & R. Co .... 4iH6 HWi !i Wi'
American Sugar ....I3(i i:!0(, 130 130
Atchison !W?4 DIVi ffl' H4
Aienison, pr iciivi
Bnlt. & Ohio Ill
10374 10391 101
114 113 1IIV4
ism 7; cs4
Brook. R. T vsy,
Canadian Pacltlc ... .14016 H0& 13n; 1I0&
cues. & onio r.y&i Doii iiovi r5
Chicago & Alton .... 4114 4114 4H6 4Hi
Chic. & Q. W 3.115 331J. 331a 3316
u., m. Ai St. I' 1S9V5 183 JSi-Ji IV.)
C. R. I. & P
10916 lO'lW 176 10914
Col. Fuel & Iron ...
Col. & Southern ...
Col. & South., L'd Pr
Den. & R. G
Don. & R. G Pr ...
Kile, 1st Pr
Erie. 2nd Pr
Hocklncr Vallev ...
RIV6 79U 80
31 3316 3316
5116 Gl 5116
41)'.:, 4S7i 4016
0116 94 94
2,1 22 22
4116 -il'4 "II
7U C916 fi9
r.i!4 rii ecu.
OS . OS t6
170 1C916 170
Wi 4sy4 4sy
37'i 3714 371',
lo'P.4 15214 ir.'3i
Illinois Centrnl 170
Iowa Centrnl 4814
Kan. City & South.. 3714
Louis. & Nash t.l.VU'.
Met. St. Ry
Mo., K. & Tex'..,
Mo., K. & T., Pr
N. Y. Central ...
Norfolk & West
Out. & West ....
..131 130 134-'!, 131!
..14-16 14.-. 14116 H-,16
24-,'a 2S)i 2
31 3.H', 31
7 U7 1,7
121-H 12016 12116
113 lli2 K.314
(78 '? I 7i
Pacific Mall 4.TU
Pennn. R. R 1iiili4
j-eopic s unsc jix;
Pressed Steel Car.
Rending, 1st Pr ,
Reading, 2d Pr ..
Republic Steel ...
Republic Stool. Pi
St. L. ft San F ..
St. L.. So. W
Southern Pai-IIli; .
Southern R. R 39
Southern It. R., Pr.. 97
Tenn. Coal & Iron.. 09
Texas ft Pacific .... 52
Union Pacific 10916
Union Pacific, Pr.... 924
V. S. Leather. Pr.... 13'5
V. a. Leather, Pr .. RSI-'.
U, S. Steel 40
U. S. Steel. Pr S9
Wabash. Pr 52
Western Union 94
Wheel. & L. K 29
Wis. Cential ive.
13' ', 13,
Total sales. 435.000 sha'res,
Money, u per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION.
NEW YORK COTTON MARKDT.
Open. High. Low. Colse.
.... S.(B S.05 S3S S59
.... S.53 S.iL' S.5'1 8.51
.... 8.49 8.59 8.M 8.55
.... S.53 S.C0 S.51 S.5G
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co.. Pr...
County Saw Bank & Trust Co
First Nat. Bank (Carbondalo).
Third Uatlonal Bank
Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank
Economy L., H. & P. Co
Flist National Bank
Lack. Trust & Safe Dep. Co .
Clark ft Snovor Co., Pr
Scranton Savings Bank
Traders' National Bank
Scianton Bolt & Nut Co
Scianton Packing Co
Scranton Passenger Railway,
first mortgage, duo 1020
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage, due 1918
Pcoplo's Street Railway. Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921
Scranton Trac. Co., (i per cent.
Economy L., 11. & P. Co
N. Jeiscy & Pocono Ice Co....
Consolidated Water Supply Co
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrcctod by II. G. Dale, 27 Lucka. Ave.)
Butter Fresh creamery. 23c; fresh
Eggs Nearby, 2214c,; western. 2Ie.
Marrow Beans Per bushel. 52.33a2.40.
Green Pens Per bushel, $2.23.
Onions Per bushel, Wc.
Now Potatoes 50c per bushel.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York. Sept. 1C Flour Steady nil
day but with demand checked. Wheat
Spot easy; No. 2 red, 7314o. elovutor; No
2 red, 7516c f. o, b, a Hoar, options opened
linn and were sustained until midday.
After that realizing developed and in tho
Inst hour pi Ices wero easier, led by Sep
tember which suffered from want of
short Interest. Just at the closo a rully
occurred on coveilng. last prices .showing
'4c. advance to 94c. decline. Muy, 75c;
September, 7516c; December, Vie, Corn
Spot dull; No, 2, 73c elevator, and ti9c.
f. o. b, iillout nearby; No. 2 yellow, 70c
to arrive: No. 2 white. 70c. to arrive! on.
tlon market after opening a shade easier
rallied' with last prices partly 14c not
lower, Januury, 18c; May. 4c; Sop.
tembor. IM4&U.: October, 3c; December,
49c. Oats-Spot easy: No. 2, 3216c; No,
3 white, 33c; track mixed western. 3.1c;
track white. 3316c; options dull and easy
all day: May closed 3316c; September,
2316c; December, 33c. Uuttor Steudy;
oxtui creamery, 22c; do. factory, lilja
17c; creamery, common to choice, 1016a
22c,; imitation creamery. 1516al8c; stuto
dairy, lli.i20c; renovated, 1316al8c, Cheese
Firm: new state full crcum. small col
ored fancy. I0c; small white, 10c;
smnll coloied, 1016c; small white, 1016c,
Eggs Steady to linn; statu and Pennsyl
vania, 20a21c: western candled, lUUaiilc;
western candled, I7a20c.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Sept. 16. Grain trudo was lr
regular, in tho muln conditions wcro
against prices. Tim lino wenthcr brought
about natural selling in both corn uiul
wheat with some activity on the bulges.
Doubt over frost ilumagc, however, nnd
tho possibility that tho north v. est .would
iibo much of Its wheat Instead of mov
ing It, helped to retard declines. The
nearby options could not stand under
the (.oiling us well as tho Liter futures
and in tho end, Soptcmber wheat rlo.ved
o. lower; December wheat, c. down;
September corn, Tie, off; December coin.
14ac lower; September oats. c off nnd
December outs, u!4c down; January
provisions closed l.",6c. to I716a:0c. down.
Cash quotations wero as follows; Flour
Strong; No. ; spring wheat. 71c; No. .1.
GSa69o.; No. a red. 7214a73k ; No. corn.
58ii59; No. S yellow. Mi',u53Wc: No. 2
2916a29c; No. 2 rye. rAi30c.; good feed!
ing barley. ; fulr to cholco limiting, iU
Fall -7 ZP
Dress (Zjf0fttul JL0VQJ (O
liCl r Z, Days
Our Grand Opening, of
Fall Dress Goods and Silks
A Few of the Many Named Weaves That You Will Find Here:
Norfolk Suitings. Knickerbocker Suitings, Bear nnd Porcupine Cloths, Boucle Cloths, La-Flamme
and Wild Duck Combinations in Broadtail and Fnnne Zebelines, Hough Kn,iib Cheviots, Snow Flake
Basket Cloths, Coronation Worsteds, White Tufted Oxfords, Fancy Mixtures in Melton, Kersey, Thibet,
Camel's Hair Plaids, Venetians and Zebelines, and a full assortment of New Shades in Plain Crash
Suitings, Whipcords, Poplins, Prunellas, Broadcloths, Vigoureaux, Storm', Serges, Cheviots, Henri
ettas, Cashmere, Granite Cloth, English Covert Sharkskin, Venetians, Lansdownestand Voiles.
-We Mention a few Specials fop the Opening Which MayJJe Considered Exceptional Ualiies
27-Inch Corona. Suitings fast colors, come
In grey, oxford, navy, black, brown, green and
royal plaid or stripes. 'Fall Ppenlng
Price, yard...-. ...;-... i 39C
54-Inch .Homespuri&T-All wool, oxford
greys and black. 'Falli-.Opening
"rice. ,',, . ,, y r & J
54-Inch extra thejavy Tweeds a service
able cloth. It's here. In tart.y brown, green,
.cadet, navy, oxfords, greys' and ' rv
black. Fall Opening Price ..'. 5UC
Pretty Fall Novelties in Silks.
Fancy Scotch Plaids, bouisianns, Taffata and rioirs, Hoir Heclallion, floire Velour, Peau de Layant
and Pindot Taffetas, in AM the Newest Tints. Also Liberty Satin and noire in
Every Color. Also White and Black Satin Duchess.
Special offerings for the Fall Opening: t A complete line of every shade In Silk I- 54-inch extra fine quality English Coverts,
23-Inch Rustle Taffeta, imported, has Velvets, Velvetesns and Paon Velvets. very substan tial weight. A serviceable fabric
bright lustre. Fall Opening Price, f ( and one that we can recommend. .
yard 75C 5 54 inches vide, 1 6-ouncs Thibet in black, S Special at.. . .' S 1 25
, . ,. , . , , , D1 , D S grey and navy. Speciat price for . S
Special offering .of 36-lnoh Back Peau ,'ni j, , ' $1.00 ? M-lnch Ail-Wool Melton Skirt- '
tSt!JrUlT i Rrva,e.2S. J Ing. , ,,. 00. Opening co
Opening Price, yard 41.3v S 52 inches wide, silk finish Broadcloth in ?
Special offering of 27-Inch Black Morie all the newest shades, and 50-inch silk finish C A few patterns in Silk Grenadines, light
Velour. Nothing can be more ser- I Poplins, a'so 45-inch Prunellas. blue, navy, old rose, with white figures, black
viceable for fall wear. Fall I Special at, a yard 9oC I and white, and white with black fig-
Opening Price, yard ,p 1 ,vJU ? See Window. S ures, worth 75c, Special 5UC
is bound' for the Phillipines, now some ffood friend of
the General should warn him against the uncivilized
food stuffs of our eastern islands, and advise him to
supply himself and staff, with America's d3lls!sU3
reody-to-eat wheat flake cereal
I stops fermentation in the stomach because of its
scientific preparation and thorough impregnation
with Pepsin and Cllsrjf. It is thrice baked ready
fir Instant use and only Expert Union Labor is
employed in its manufacture.
A Big (5 Cent Paokagecontains more nutriment
than 10 lbs. of Porterhouse Steak and any stomach
digests it easily. A Startling Novelty, a trial package
of Tryabita, and a Doll Receipt Book FREE
for your grocers name and a 2 cent stamp.
TRYABITA FOOD CO., Ltd.
Batilt Creek, -
ESc: No. 1 flnx soeil, $1.35: No, 1 rioitli.
westorn, ll.'iZ; prime timothy Hood, ;i.'.;
mesa nolle, nor liurrel. Jlii.u0alii.70; Ittrcl,
per 100 pounds, J10.75alO.77Vi: Hliort libs,
nicies, 1. 07ul.cn; aliouldoia, 9a9Uc; uhoit
clear sides, 10c,
Chicago Live Stock Market,
Clilcugo, Sept. lU.Cuttlo Receipts. 1,.
900, Including M) TexuiiH, L'oi) weritorn,
niitlves hIow; good to prlmo btects, nom
Inttl, $7,r0ii8.W): poor to medium, l,23ti7.2."i;
KtocUci'H nnd feedei'H. J.'.ra5."); cows, $I.M
n3; lielfeiH, J.'.SO.iS.W; dinners, l.."Wa:'..r.0;
bulls, 2.aa4.7.'i; cnlves, $3u7.: Texas fed
steers, JJal.50; wvhtein steers, $i,7.iuU.:3.
Hoes ItccelplH today, 19,000; tomorrow.
SI.OOOOj left over, I.MO; opened lOaluc. low.
or; closed bad. Mixed and butchers, J7)o
a7.83; uood to cholco lieuvy. J7.70aS; rougli
heavy, 7.30a7.S3j light, $7.:r,a7 sr,; bulk ot
sales, J7.40a7,00. Slieeii Hccelpts. S.0O0:
sheep, bteady: lambs, lOa'JOc. lower; good
to cholen wetheis, J.150alj fair to cholco
mixed, jJ.30a3.M; nutlvo lambs, $3.G0a3.C3.
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
Kast Uuftalo. Sept. Iti.-Cuttle Iteeelpts,
00; blow, lO.USu. lower; veals, bteudy,
llogs Itcccipts, 5,000; active; heavy. 10a
13c. lower; Yorkeis, steady: lOaiOo. IiIhIi.
er; heavy. $S.10aS.13: medium, 7.W)aS;
Yorkers, J7.70.i7.ioi light do:. 7.Ka7iO):
pigs, J7.40a7.Cw; roughs. fti.73a7,;0; stags, js
i. w.souT.fio; ciairtes. f7.ri0.i7.7.1
nit-uiiy itv jfnii'rtmy s pneea, minus, mw.
rr; lambs, 3 Wao.ti'i; fair to good, J3ar.ri;
culls to common, J la 1,73; ycurUugs, Jlal.30.
Eoit Liberty Live Stock.
Kabt Liberty. Sept. Hi.-ratllo-Steady;
cholco, S7.10ii7.tfl: piliue, Jii 'J3aij.75; good,
JouO.73. Hogs Blow: primo heuvles, Js.ida
8.10; mediums. JS; heavy Yoikers, J7.W.I
7.M light Yorkeis. J7.CkJ7.75: pigs. J7.40.1
7.00: roughs. Jii.i7.W. Bhecp-Stcady; liebt
wethers, Jt.lOal.r,: culls ami common.
Jl.rAi'j; cholco lumbs, J3.75aii; veal calves,
50-Inch All-Woo! Venetian a very deslr-'
able fabric for tailor-made suits plain "'colors!
tan. grey, brown,
flc o ,lvof1 fin on4
Fall Opening Price,
wmmmsmTiMmEiiii.! ,-. uvFt wm-ir-Mx,.
THE NEW DISCOVERY
253-327 romi Avenue.
Oil City, Sept. lO.-fiodlt balances, U'J;
cci tillcdtes, no bid: shipments, U),W bar.
ruts; average, S'J,017 barielt,; runs, 0,W7
barrels; uvcruge, !0,'7 bands.
royal, navy, green, blacky
nvtwi nv(nA onrl V.in
Pays 3 interest
savings accounts whether
large or small.
from 7.30 to S.30.
l l S'QBl nil iGsfiffiiHC
30CF yards of guaranteed Black Taffeta
Silk, beautiful lustre 'and a rustle that Is so
much adnilred. The best vajue. ever offered. '
Elsewhere 75 cents. Fall Opening Price
571 Cents ,
l PILSNER j
Old 'Phone, 33 3 1.
New 'Phono, 2935.
When in Need
Of anything1 in the lino
and Eye Glasses;
Properly fitted by an expert -J
From $1.00 Up
Also all kinds of prescript
tlon work and repairing. T I
Mercereau & Connell, J
13S Wyoming Avenue,
Booms 1 and 2
MINING AND BLASTING
Mide it Moosic tnd Itushdilo Work.
Laflin & Band Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Clcctrlc (latteries, Elcdrla K.iplodtrj, Ej.
plodln; Bhsti. Safety Fiu.
BEPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S