The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, September 19, 1902, Page 3, Image 3
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Kingsbury, August ltoblnson, O. S. Johnson, Mox. O'Hrlen, I. A. Wntres. . n .. s KKKktit n .. 5 STEINWAY STECK ; CHASE KRANICH & BACH MONROE Now that the music lessons are beginning, Remember That we sell pianos on ."t X easy monthly pay- merits as well as for s menl Cash, iasn, anu inai wc wave j$ pianos for RENT. !t !t N. A. Hulbert, i X 117 Wyoming Ave. v ooooooooooooooooo. "They Draw "Wrell." f Morris' Magnet Cigars $ Th best "alue for S cents. Try one and you will smoke no other. All tbo Ipfullntr brnnil of c. clsars nt J1.75 per box, or G for 23c. The largest variety ot Pipes and Tobaccos In town. I s 0 0 0 0 0 E. C. MORRIS. The Cigar Man 325 Washington 'Avenue. ooooooooooooooooo In and About The City X'JtJt Building Committee Meeting. The buildlntr committer of the board of control will meet In regular session to day. Building Committee. The bulldinpr committee of the boa id of control will meet In regular session tonight. Megascope Entertainment. A megascope entertainment will bo lven Friday evening In 101m Park lec ture room. Interesting to young and old. Certificates Filed. The certificates of nomination of thu Independent pemocrntlc party wero tiled with tho county commissioners yesterday. The First Degree. The Scranton council, Knights of Col umbus, will confer tho llrst degree on a number of candidates next Aynlnesday night. Teachers' Association. An important meeting of the Tcncli er.s' Mutual Bcuollcial association will bo held tomorrow morning nt lu o'clock In tho board of control rooms. Vital Statistics. Tho report of tho secretary of tho board of health for tho month of August sIiowh that tbcro were 156 deaths and 70 births. There were twenty-six cases of conta gious dlseaso reported. On the Way to Gettysburg. Six carloads of veterans from Hyra cuhc, N. Y passed through the city yt-tf-terday on tho Lackawanna rullrnad on route to Gettysburg, where they attended tho dedication of General Slocum'a monu ment. Class of '03 Officers. Tho members of tho class ot 190,1 nt tho Scranton high school bavo elected tho fol lowing ofllcei-f,: Pi-oMrtPiit, Joseph Kolly; vlco president, Clyilo llnrdcnberg; secre tary, Stephen McDouough; trcasuicr, Churlcs Tobcy. Kicked by a Horse. Jnnics Bliotto, of Green Hideo, a .voting man employed by ni.u-ksmiih Dunn, was kicked In tho head by a hou-o yc&lcrrtuy afternoon and sustained an ugly scalp wound, Ilo was cairled Into Mitchell's dining rooms, where a pbyl. clan dressed his Injury. Will Be Taken to Susquehanna, Tho remains of Jacob Holdt, who was killed on tho Delaware and Hudson rail load near tho Linden street luldgo Wed nesday morutug, will be tukcu to Bus nuchanua on tho 7,37 train this morning. Relatives ot tho deceased mudo tho trans portation arrniiKemeutH yesterday. Lottie Smith Fined, Lottie Smith, whoso disorderly housa was raided by tho police on Wednesday night, was fined l0 in pollco court yes terday morning by Magistrate John T, Howe. Tho following Inmates of tho placo wcro lined $10 cuch. Maud Millar, Mrs. Jack Martin, Llzzlo Lewis, Jumcs Bmltb, Jack .Martin and Churlcs Lewis. v An Oyster Roast. The members of tho Scranton lllcyclo Club will conduct an oyster roast till iftertioou at tho Specdwuy hotel. Oy. Iters, green corn and sweet potatoes will be bcrved. Dr. O. E. Hill will have elmrgo of thu culinary arrangements. Conveyances will leao thu club lipase, n North Washington avcuuu ut i -cc; TRIAL OP THE TRAUGER CASE RACY TESTIMONY IN DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS. Husbnnd Alleges That His Wlfo Hnd Been Crlmlnnlly Intimate With Dr. J. K. Bcntley for Ten Years Hus band Says That Wlfo Confessed Her Quilt and Produced Letters Containing Alleged Admissions. Small Verdict in tho Dolphin Case. Other Verdicts Returned. Those, If there arc any, who have been attracted to' court this week by an expectation of hearing sonic racy testi mony lu the scheduled divorce trials had their 1111 yesterday when the Tintig cr case was put on before Judge Up wards. George It. Tratiger Is huIiik for a divorce from bis wife, Vera Traugcr, on the Rround ot unfaithfulness. Dr. J. K. Beiitlcy, one ot North Scranton's loading citizens, Is named as co-respondent. The Traufrcrs wore married June 7, 1SS8, In Mill City, and after two years' residence there came to live on East Market street, this city. In 1891, nc cordinpr to tho testimony of the bus band, his wife was HI and called In Dr. Bcntley to treat her. After her recovery the doctor's visits contnlucd nnd though the husband protested to his wlfo that the doctor should not bo received she continued to receive ltlin. On tho night of February 20, 1301, ac cording to Trauger's story, his wife broke down and confessed to him that for ten years she had been criminally Intimate with Dr. Gentley, he visiting her nt her bouse and she visiting him at his ofllce. Without watting for mkrnlng he com pelled his wife to get ready and drove her to her brother's home In Mill City, where he left her. That same day he Instituted proceedings for divorce. She filed un answer to the suit, making de nial of his charges and persisting that she was Innocent. ASKED FORGIVENESS. Mr. Trauger produced letters written to him by his wife, after she was left at her brother's house. In which she ad mitted having done wrong and asked him to forgive her and take her back. On cross-examination, an unsuccess ful attempt wns made by the defense to have him admit that he Intended to marry a Mrs. Whit, who boarded with them before they separated. Mrs. Nellie Shook, who lived opposite the Trousers in the summer of 1S9C, testified that she went across the street one day to see Mrs. Trauger and found Dr. Bentley nnd Mrs. Trauger In a room upstairs. She saw a hat down stairs, which she recognized as that of Dr. Bentley, nnd thinking Mrs. Trauger was ill. ran upstairs. The door of Mrs. Trauger's room wns ajar and, from the stairway, she could see within. She did not go all the way up. Later she saw Dr. Bentley leave the house. Mrs. Anna Hammond, with whom Mr. Trauger at one time boaided, after sep arating from his wife, testified that Mrs. Trauger came to see her husband one day, and when he asked her about the Mrs. Shook story, she said: "She never saw anything of the kind unless she sneaked Into the house." This closed the testimony for the day. The husband Is represented by Attor neys C. W. Dawson, Everett Warren and Joseph O'Brien. Mrs. Trauger's at torneys me John F. Scragg, Clarence Balentlne and Mr. Slckler. NON-SUIT GRANTED. Judge Edwnrds granted a non-suit yesterday morning In the case of D. H. Edelsohn against the United States Ex press company. Edelsohn was suing to recover $7D, tho value of goods shipped by him. but never delivered by the company. For mer Judge Knnpp and Attorney (.'. P. O'Malley successfully contended, on be half of the defendant company, that the consignee and not the consignor should have brought the suit. In tho case of Martin Dolphin against the Borough of Dumnore, a verdict of $150 In favor of Dolphin wns returned yesterday morning, and in the case of Joseph Walker and his wife against E. Chapman and others the verdict was $118.10 for the plaintiff. Verdicts by agreement were taken for tho plaintiffs In these cases: F. E. Everett against Keystone Brewing company, S70; Traders' National Bank against Mary A. Sweeney and others, $S(9.40. When court adjourned the suit of Mary Foster against John Reese, to ie cover ten months' rent, was on trial. Reese loft the house because, he al leges, Mrs. Foster did not fix tho house as she agreed to In tho lease. She wnnts to hold him for tho part of period cov ered by the lease during which the house was rented. COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES. Gem-go II. Rubs, Jr., yesteiday regis tered us a f tmleut-at-law hi the oflico of Attorney George It, Davidson. Edward .Loughlln was ycbtciday ap pointed glial dluu of David Cnlehcr, of this city, who him become so foeblo thiough old ago ns to be itmtblu to manago his property. lu tho case of Hannah J, Lewis ngalust William Van Garden, a rulo was yoi. terdny grunted on tho plaintiff to pay tho term costs within thirty days or show causo why tho oruer to tako oft non-milt should not bo revoked. 1 Rules to show ciiiino why divorces' Bhould not bo granted weio gi anted yes terday lu tho divorce cns.es of Cntliorlno Cngglns ngnliiht John Cogglns and Anna Blown against Morris Brown. Pormls slim was grunted to discontinue) tho dl vorco case of Catherine Thiol against Churlcs Thiol. Mrs. Mary Crowloy, for hoisclf and her children, Mnigarot, Anna, Patrick and Gerald Crowley, thiough Attorney I, II, Hums yesterday filed papal s In a suit against the Railway Steel Spring com pany of this city to recover damages for tho death of thu husband and father, John Crowloy, who was fatally Injured In tho defendant's works while operating n hlioniH for cutting steel, With tho papers Instituting tho Mit wcro others rccoidlug a settlement for the hum of $173. CONNOLLY'S INJURIES FATAL. He Died Yesterday Horning at the Lackawanna Hospital. John Connolly, of Mlnooka, who was so badly Injured on the Cannon Hall road Wednesday evening, died at 11.30 o'clock yesterday morning, One of his legs was broken, his iprt arm was dis located In two places and several of his ribs wero fractured. Connolly was employed ns a flremnn at tho stationary engine near the Meadows, which is used In running tho stone crusher. He was on the night turn und was engaged In making some Alfred Wooler, Instructor in Voice Culture and Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint and Musi cal Composition. Spec ial HlrillT HINGING CLASS FOR ADULTB-Kvery Monday evening nt 8 o'clock. Tuition, flu per year. tatUPAttATOUY CLASS. TOR CHILDREN, who Intend later to study tho plaiiu. Every Monday nflenionon at i o'clock. Tuition, $10 per year. SATURDAY MORNING SINGING BCIIOOL-Fnr cbllitren 7 to II ycurs of ago. Every Saturday morning at .10 o'clock. Tuition, $. per year, 1'rlvato lessons also given. Voices tested frco of charge. PUPILS ENROLLED AT ANY TIME-Studlo hours. 0 n. m. to 9 p. in. Studio address, 217 Carter building, second Moor, GO I Linden street, Scranton. repairs on the engine when his cloth ing caught In the lly belt. Instantly bis body was whirled, around the engine by the belt and every stitch of clothing on him was torn off, With every turn of the fly wheel Connolly's body struck against the floor until be wns frightfully Injured. The engine wns stopped as quickly as possible and the injured man taken to the Luckawunna hospital, where ho lingered In agony until death relieved him. Connolly wns a single man and re sided with his parents on South Main street, Mlnookn. Prior to the strike be was employed ns , a teamster by the Delaware and Hudson company and quit work when the teamsters were called out by their union. He had been working for the new railroad compuny but a few weeks. FRANKLINS WON TWO. The Franklin bowling team defented the Maennerchor team last night, win ning two featureless, but closely con tested, games from the Maennerchor team. The score: FRANKLINS. Phllllpi 159 151 13S 171 Rothermel 187 101 7 -W8 Rlelil 15I! HI US J45 Kennedy lwt JIM 151450 BtrchL-r IS! 138 170-492 S52 7M 774-2J50 MAENNERCHOR. Westpfabl 14fi 1,11 114-424 Heinz 127 lliii IWi 412 .Tun-en 171 117 140461 Repert Ill 11'' loS 118 Zlesemer 19(5 ills 155 IS9 751 737 70J-2254 High scoie Zlesmer, 19C. High average-Phillips, 102 2-3. GURRELI, IS APPOINTED. Emmet Gun-ell. son of Chief of Police Martin Gurrell, was yesterday appoint ed by Sheriff Schadt as an additional keeper at the county Jail. The new appointee particularly dis tinguished himself In assisting the sheriff In discriminating between the "blue" and "yellow" tickets at the Music hall convention. They Pay the User. If you wihh a half-tone or line cut, let the Scranton Tribune make it for ypu. Our equipment for this work Is complete and up-to-date. We have facilities for doing tlie finest sort of work at lowest prices and what's more, we do It. A trial order will convince you. With us and our trade are drawing better every week. The reason is plain, It's a good opportunity for you to save money on the seasonable merchandise. Have you been here yet? Call and look around this Friday. Basement Specials. LINOLEUM. Two yards wide, heavy goods, two patterns, worth $1.24. Spe cial Friday 08c OILCLOTH SQUARES. For under stoves, etc. One yard, 49c; 1 1-4 yards, 64c; 1 1-2 yards 74c FLOOR OILCLOTH., Twenty patterns to select from, worth 4pc yard. Friday, yard. 20c PAINTED CHAMBER FAILS. With cover, regular 40c. Fri day 20c 4-QUART TIN OIL CAN. Worth nineteen cents. Friday. 10c 1 4-QUART BLACK TIN DISH PAN. Worth forty cents, Friday. . . . 24c 10-QUART BLACK TIN BREAD RAISER. With cover, worth 64c. Friday . 40c BISCUIT PANS. Large assortment. Friday, Five Cents and 10c STOVE SHOVEL, Long handle, Friday Dc COAL HODS. Large black, worth 20c. Fri day 10c CEDAR TUBS. Small size, round or fiat hoops, worth 75c. Friday, ,40c CLOTHES BASKETS. 40c to 74c CUPS AND SAUCERS, Blue German. Friday, , , , , , . 10c CHINA BERRY DISH. Tinted and Qilt Edge, worth SI. Friday , 30c DECORATED CHINA CHOP DISHES. Rim over top, worth ?1, Fri day , . 30c THE NEW 4-CENT STORE 310 Classes: THE CLOSING SESSION. State Convention of Merchants Ended Yesterday Fire Insurance Com pany to Be Organized. The state convention of the. Retail Merchants' association of Pennsylvania was brought to a close yesterday morn ing with an exceedingly busy session, and nearly all of tho visiting delegates left for their homes last night. Tho most Important action taken nt the closing session wns the unanimous decision of the delegntes to organize a mutual fire Insurance company In con nection with the state association, so that cheaper rules may be secured by the members. The detailed plans for the organization of this company will be perfected by the executive commit tee ut Its next regular meeting. Pledges for nearly $500,000 worth of insurance were signed yesterday by delegates In attendance. The bills providing for the appoint ment of a commission to revise the pure food laws and permitting the attach ment of salaries over and above $12 per week, mentioned In yesterday's Tribune, were approved by the convention, and it strong effort will be made by the legislative committee to secure their passage at the coming session of the legislature. Money was appropriate to puy the expenses of this committee. The election of officers resulted In the unanimous selection of the following-: President, Albert Kaiser, of Phila delphia; first live-president, William Drury, of Plttston; second vice-president, William McMillan, of New Brighton; third vice-president, T. A. Kelly, of Hazleton; recording secretary, A. M. Hnwes, of Erie; financial secre tary, E. J. Morris, of Reading; treas urer, AV. H. Nelson, of Chester; state organizer, J. W. Rlttenhouse, of Scran ton; executive committee, A. S. Deeter, of Reading; A. M. Lotshaw, of New Brighton; C. A. Geesby, of York; A. M. Hnwes, of Erie; W. H. Nelson, of Ches ter, and P. M. Mulloy, of Wllllamsport. It was decided to hold the next con vention In Hazleton In August next. Just before adjournment was taken a vote of thanks was tendered the' local .association for the hospitality shown the visiting delegates. In the afternoon a number of tho visitors were taken for ii drive over the Elmhurst boulevard and around Lake Scranton. Supper was afterwards served at the Speed way hotel. Henry the Fourth Cigars. Clear Havana. Wholesale at O'Hura's. Main Floor LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSE. Very fine Lisle weave, worth 19c pair. Friday, pair 10c LADIES VESTS. Ladles' extra long Fall) Vests, worth 19c. Friday 10c CHILD'S KNIT WAISTS. Made extra strong, worth 10c. Friday 10c CHILD'S FLANNELETTE COATS. Assorted colors. Worth 25c. Friday 10c LADIES' AND MISSES' SIDE GARTERS. Extra quality web, worth 15c, Friday 10c SILK GARTER WEB. In garter lengths. Friday. . . 10c HAT PINS. Another 5 gross of those fine Hat Pins, worth lOo to 25c. each. Friday. 5c EMPTY COAL HOD PIN. Friday 10c MINIATURE BROOCHES. New assortment of pictures. ., 10c Im. Diamond Brooch Pins. Fri day , i , 24c SASH PINS. Sterling Silver finish, worth 50c. Friday 24c Large assortment and good value in Chatelaine Bags and Purses. STAMPED LINENS Of all kinds, New stock just in, Silks for same in any shade you desire. The RICHARDSON'S SILKS Never fade in the wash. Three skeins for .,...,.,.,,,,,,,, 10c RIBBONS. Satin Taffeta Ribbons in all colors, For cushions. Friday, a yard , . , ,..,.. 5c LACKAWANNA AVENUE. DEDICATION OF JEWISHTEMPLE THE SERVIOES WILL BEGIN AT 7.15 TONIGHT. Rabbi Dr. Emll G. Hirsch, of Chi cago, One of the Leaders of Jewish Thought In ThlB Country, Will Do llver the Dedicatory Sermon To nightRabbi J. Leonard Levy, of Pittsburg, to Speak Christian Clergymen to Unite on Sunday. Tho Full Programme. The services In connection with tho dedication of the new Jewish temple on Mndlson avenue, which begin tonight, promises to be of unuBtial interest be cause of the presence In the city of several of the most prominent Hebrew theologians and scholars In the coun- . try. I Of particular fame among these Is Rabbi Dr. Emll G, Hirsch, ot Chicago, ' who will preach the dedicatory sermon tonight nnd who Is everywhere recog nized as one of the brightest minds In the Jewish church. He is a pulpit orator of great brilliance and Is much sought nfter as a university lecturer. Rabbi J. Leonurd Levy, ot Plttston, who will deliver nn address tomorrow morning, Is also a scholar and orator of' established reputation. The- services tonight will begin promptly at 7.15 o'clock nnd admission will be by card. Those not privileged to be present tonight may attend the service tomorrow morning at 9.45 o'clock, or on Sunday afternoon nt 3.1i o'clock. These services will be equally Impressive and interesting. The Sun day afternoon service will be In the nature of a fellowship meeting. Frater nal greetings will be exchanged be tween several of the Christian clergy men and their Jewish brethren. The complete programme follows: FRIDAY. 7.15 P. M. Organ Prelude Triumphal March, by Gullmanl. "Sett Shcorlm" Choir Lift up your heads, O ye gates, and be yo lifted up, ye everlasting doors, for the King of Glory rhnll enter. Who Is the King ot Glory? The Lord of Hosts He is the King of Glory. The Torah which God gave through Moses Is tho heritage of the House of Israel. Come ye and let us walk In the light of the Lord. Hear, O, Israel, the Lord our God Is one. "Ez ChaJIm" Choir It Is a tree of life to them that lay hold of It. and the supporters thereof are happy. Its ways are ways of pleasanUuss and all Its paths are peace. Kindling of Perpetual Light, Sir. E. Morris Anthem "Great Is Jehovah," by Schubert Choir Presentation of Key Evelyn Sumter Response by Chairman of Building Committeo Mr. S. Goldsmith Address of Acceptance by the Presi dent .......Mr. B. Moses Anthem "Hear the Prayer of Thy Servant," by Trowbridge Choir Dedicatory Prayer, Rabbi J. Leonard Levy Service Union Prayer Book, pages 16-48 ....Rev. William Lowenberg Anthem Selected (Bass Solo.) Introductory Sermon, Rabbi Abraham S. Anspacher Anthem "In Thee O Lord I Put My Trust," by Spiker-fAlto Solo). Dedicatory Sermon. Rabbi Emll G. Hirsch Continued on 1'aee 7.) argains Specials. FEATHERS. See them here. They will save you half in the trimming of your Fall hat. Friday 10c PLAIN RIBBONS. Very fashionable this Fall for all purposes. Worth 19c yard. Friday, yard 10c Satin and Satin Taffetas in all col ors and widths. Here for less money than elsewhere. HANDKERCHIEFS. Ladles' white corded. 1,000 dozen that were to be sold at 10c. On Friday . . 4c LACES. We never had such an assort ment, nor so good vnluo as now. They are worth 15c and 20c a yard. Friday, yard 10c TOILET SOAPS. Large new assortment. A cake, 4c PAINTS, VARNISHES AND STAINS. In one-half pint cans, Any color 10c BRUSHES. All kinds, Friday 4c and 10c TOILET PAPER. Extra large roll Toilet Paper, good quality. Friday, 7 rolls for 25c FRUIT JARS. Mason's 1 -quart Fruit Jars. Friday, dozen ,........,,.., 48c JELLY TUMBLERS. Tin top Jelly Tumblers, full half-pint size. Friday, dozen. .30c JAR RUBBERS. Dozen ,,..,,...,,,,,, 4c TABLE TUMBLERS. Plain Table Tumblers, worth 3c. Friday, each, ....,.,,,,, 2c Haviland & Co. French China Dinner Sets Quito tha prettiest of tho kind. An Open Stock Pattern, from which you can select such pieces as you want, Derby shape, very daintily decorated with floral sprays that very much ro ' semblo the Feur do Feur, on a shape that Is graceful of lino and withal sensible and practical. 104 Pieces $65.00 Can replace breakage at any time. CUttTtta. Geo. V. Millar & Co, Walk lit and WE WANT YOU To know exactly what the facta aro concerning thli new Loan Company before you goto the old-fashioned concern We. ask for your patronage on the distinct understanding that our now methods give you a positive advantage. MONEY TO LOAN More Reasons SMALLER PAYMENTS. LONGER. TIME. You will not have to get some one to endorse papers for you. You will not pay Interest on the paid-up principal hero. You may move whenever you like. NO PUBLICITY. NO CHARGES IN ADVANCE. New 'Phone, No. 2826. Scranton Loan Guaranty Co. No. 207 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa.. Near Cor. Spruce St. Business Hours, 8 n. m. to C p. m.; Saturdays, S a. m. till 9 o'clock. I uoaao:KK$aoo:ounKXUx:rai w These Satisfying I Fall Opening Days g I favc brought pleasure to hundreds of Scranton's best S posted women of fashion. They have unqualifiedly declared that a new era has 5 dawned in fashion's realm, as far as Scranton is concerned, ft and.gladly admit that the long, tedious, tiresome trips of other years to New York or Philadelphia arc things of the Jffc past. J? They Found H Just what they were looking for in the Dress Goods ft ad Silk Department. "" ft They Were Delighted ft With the display in highly tailored and real Dress- ft maker-made Gowns "in the best Parisian and American ft Models. They Lingered Long V Over the new Waists, Dress and Walking Skirts, bc- ft cause they had never seen their like before in this city. 5 They Were Amazed gfc At our display of Coats and Smart Jackets. It sur- VJ passed their utmost expectation and taught them a lesson. S They Heartily Commended jh The excellent taste and good judgment shown by our jfc buyers in the Lace, Ribbon and Trimming Departments M and said that our line of Gloves was matchless. That's what other people have said and of course their flattering commendation pleases us. B Opening Days, Friday and Saturday ricConnell & Co. ft Th2 Satisfactory Store. 400-402 Lackawanna Ave. $)K5ft::0HXSO$S50OSKKKUXMK; AN0M INtOAIUMT ii"!ly.5PA''tHMO J.I, W: JI'JO'lCtllH.HOUOUIDUK" ', V..M"0.?.,. Allis-Chalmers Co Successors to Machine Business ot Dickson Manufactures Co., Scranton and WIIkes-Barre, Pa. Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining Machinery, Pumps. Lawyers The Tribune will guarantee to print your pupcrtbook quicker than any oth er printing house in tho city, EV 134 Wyoming Avenue look around. We have done away with several dis agreeable and expensive features. . Less Expenses. Less Interest. ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE without any other security. j for Coming Here: P. O. Box, 94 10 When Food Fails of its Purpose with consequent poverty blood and energy ANHEUSER-BUSCH'S W? TIU01 HARK. is a sure and positive correc tion. It aids digestion and is in itself a food in liquid form. All druggists sell it. Prepared only by Anheuser-Busch Brewing AssVj St, Louis, U, S. A. """ BreWtrs of tha famous Budwelsor, Mlchelob, DUch O Tan, PnlcLngor, Faust, Anhouser Standard, Export Pale and CxquUlle. , , HENRY BELIN, JR., . t General Agent for the Wyoming District (of Dupont's Powder 1 Wains, Dlutin;, Sportln;, SmoWltw and tb( , ltepauno Chemical Comp.njr'j EIQH EXPLOSIVES. Etfdjr Fuse, Caps and Exploder. Room 101 Coo cell Uulldlns .Scraatco. AQENCIE3. JOHN' 1). SMITH k bON , Plymouth K. W. UULUUAN wtiv.n.. 'tt c X J N -H . .ii'i-A.j.imi .(Aiiji v V. . ' ., jg'itftim "