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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,. 1902.
WAY COUNTY IS
TRIVIA! CASES SENT IN TO THE
Body Diaohnrgod from Turther Duty
Saturday Bellovcs That the Costs
in Casea That Ought Not to Havo
Come Beforo It Will Amount to
$12,000 Recommend That Juris
diction In Criminal Cases Be Taken
Away fiom Aldeimen and Justices
of the Peace.
Satutdiiy morning the gianil jury,
through Its foreman, II. P. Kingsbury,
made Its llnal leport to court, and was
discharged from further duty. A large
number ot ttuo and Ignored bills were
presented to the court and also a recom
mendation with reference to a change
In the law which confers power on al
deimen and justices of the peace. The
report of the Juiy was to the effect
that 1,286 bills were presented to the
Jury and of that number 1,023 weie
Ignored, 087 of the ptosecutors In these
cases falling to appear. Continuing, the
Wo would estimate the tosts which tho
county will Iuimj to pa in cases of the
most trivial nature, Included In the eaes
jbove mentioned, at not less than telo
thousand ($12 000) dollars We. therefore,
.ecommend that steps vp taken to re
strict magistrates. If possible, from tend
ing to court such cases as are herein
specified. Again, in some instances exor
bitant costs are apparent even on the
transcripts. Your grand jury hat made
notes In a number of cases of this na
tiue, some of which wo regard as repre
hensible, which can bo submitted if re
V'lrcd. Wo would also recommend that where
costs are placed upon prosecutors who
are responsible that a capias shall lasuo
tor the same.
We recommend that a committee of the
bar be appointed to draft n bill to bo
submitted to tho next legislature, chang
ing tho system of committing persons
charged with offences undei the criminal
law. Wo suggest that a bill contain n
piovlslon repealing all laws In this state
giving juiisdlctlon to Justices of the peaco
vid aldermen In criminal cases be passed,
and providing for the appointment of
committing magistrates learned In the
law, in such manner as the legislating
may see fit, to work under s-alary, with
out compensation other than that provid
ed as a salary.
After reading the report, Judge Ed
vat els said, with reference to aldeimen
and justice of the peace:
In this tecommendatlon ou really
touch the only method b which n great
many wrongs can be tcdreted and by
which the .idmlnUtiution of the criminal
affalis of our countv can be reduced to
home kind of an economic basis I will
submit vour suggestion to the other
judges. The matter has been before the
State J3.ir association A 1)111 was pie
pared, consldeied and discussed l that
body and they have failed to tlnd an
adequate legal and constitutional lemedv.
"J he dlfliculty is that the constitution is
in the wav. and that a meie bill pissed
by the leglslatuie will not cure the m.tt
tei Magistiates and aldeimen arc con
stitutional ofllceis and theli jurisdiction
Is given them bv the constitution, and
If there Is going to be anv change In
conducting picllmlnaiv healings it will
piobably have to be effected bv a consti
tutional pro Ision
The sjstem of having a few committing
magistrate-, under s.ihu Is undoubtedly
the coircct one, and we hope to see that
method s tmed some day by constitu
It Is said one justice of the peace in
the valley above Scianton had twenty
cases of laueny and leeching before
the jui, and In not one of them did a
piosecutor appeal. In each Instance it
was a watch that was stolen
Among tho line bills i etui no 1 were
the following foi selling liquoi on Sun
day, in which Hobeit Wilson, agent for
the Municipal league, Is piosecutor.
James J. Heniy, Daniel Colon, Michael
O'Connor and John Walsh, Joseph
Spitzer, Sal ah Ci.ine, Michael liilboy,
Samuel A. Monis, Jhu Lopatjner,
Thomas John and Maty Iviikon.
Thomas A. Hendiick, of Jetmjn, was
Indicted for libelling Hon. P. U Timlin.
H, )3. Sweet and Louis Shrocco weie
indicted for selling oleomaigaiine with
out a license. Stanley J. Stevens, spe
cial agent of the state department of
agriculture, was the piosecutor.
Session of Oiphnns' Couit.
At the besslon of Oiphans" couit, held
Saturday, Hon. A. A. Vosbuig presid
ing, Thomas Donough was appointed
guardian of Kate Costcllo, nnd a prl
vato sale of leal estate was oideied In
tho same estate, letumablc October ,
In the estate of Alanson Hlnes, do
Lc.iscd, on motion of Attorney C. Com
tgjs, a decree for specific peifoimanco
of a land contract was oideied.
In the estate of Matthew Connolly, on
motion of Attorney G. D. Taylor,
widow's appraisement was conflimed
In the estate of Charles McMullen, de
ceased, on motion of Attorney It. C,
Itvmer, icturn of private sale was con
In tho estate of Fiunk Relchar, a
hearing on the appeal fiom tho up
pi alsement of the rollatcial inhciltnncc
tax was ilxed for October 4, 190.', at 10
In tho estate of Fiank Belchet, n
widow's appial&cment was confirmed
In fourteen estates, dlstilbutlous
made by the accountants was approved,
iiul the accounts confirmed finally.
Uxeeptlons were filed to the following
accounts: Estate of Fredeilck Simon,
istato of Catharine Mnttan, estatu of
Thomas Young, eUute of Lnuisetta
Price, estatp of Cornelius Compton, es
tate of H. n. Dawson. These exceptions
v III bo audited next term.
The accounts in the following estates
vein adjudicated and confirmed finally,
mid the balances shown for disti (button
r.111 be dlstilbuted at tho next session
of couit upon healing of the audit list:
.Instate of Klvlra Grlthn, esftto of AVIII
jam Kornacher, estate of John H,
Anglo, pstato of Sabrlna Mathlas, es
tate of Jessie i' Thompson, estate of
Jointly Brown, estate of Lnvviunco P,
.McNnlly, estnte of Martin Qulnn, cs
talp of Maigniet Mooie, estate of Uev,
Oeorgo M, Peck, estate of Jacob Uu
inner, estate of Joseph Weber, bi, es
tate of William Mosler.
Tho next session of Orphans' court
will bo held Suturday, October 4, 190.',
st 10 a. m.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Tho thlitt week of common pleas court
(pens this morning.
Judge Nowconib will hear testimony In
aivorco cases i-naay in ciimnoers.
vn application for a "now trial was
niado Saturday In thu divorce case of
IRorgo ii. Traugei nnd Vlra Traueer.
A Jury Saturday returned a verdict of
JG00 for Mrs. Emma Haas and 30 for her
husband In their trespass cuso against
tho Scranton Itailvvay company.
,j$ ihn ,cu,a of 11. 8. Gorman & Co.
against J. B. Miller, a rule was granted
lo show cause why the verdict of tho
Jury should not bo set asldo and n new
Ittiles to Bhow causo why divorces shall
not bo granted, were awarded by court
Saturday In the cases of Susan K, I'ayno
vs. Alfred Payne and Doha Kelly vs.
Tho trespass ciisn of John Newell
against Dr. Wilton Decker was given to
the Jury at norm Saturday, and a verdict
was not agreed upon until after court
adjourned. Tho verdict will bo reported
Dlstilct Attorney I.owls will prepnro his
tilal list this week. It will bo a long
one, for In addition to the big batch of
true bills returned by this gland Jury a
number of cases tcinam slncu the Juno
term to bo disposed of. '
A. Ii. Spencer, through his nltornevs,
O'Brien & Martin, Iimh petitioned rouit
for n rule of Prod II, JJmory and Thomas
It, Hughes to show cause why they should
not appear beforo the eoutt and enter
such security as the court may sec piopcr
to protect the rights, Interest and prop
erty of the plaintiff In the mnnevs, ac
counts, property nnd assets of the Duplev
Slate-picker company, the Dmcry Slntc
plckcr company, and the Itlchardson Coal
Separator company, pending the disposi
tion of a caso Involving these Interests In
tho Supremo court.
TEMPTATIONS OP JESUS.
Dr. Mcleod Says They Enable Him
to Be Touched with Sympathy
rtcv. Dr. James McLeod, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, dellveicd a
sermon yesterday morning on "Chtlst's
Svmpathy with the Aflllcted," basing
his remarks on Hebrews, 4:15"
"For we havo not an high priest
which cannot bo touched with the feel
ing of our Infirmities; but vvns in all
points tempted like as we are, yet with
The three points to bo drawn fiom
the text, Dr. Mcl.eod explained, nie:
The slnlossness of Jesus; the sympathy
of Jesus, and the temptations of Jesus
fourth point, the priesthood of Jesus,
can also be added, he said. The sln
lessness of Christ, His piiesthood and
His temptation qualify Him to be a
sympathizing Savior. He said, In pait:
Since sin cnteicd out woild of humanltv
Christ alone is sinless 111b Immaculate
conception Is a significant Bible fact and
It Is tho onlv immaculate conception
known to Holy Wilt. It was the pie
cuisor of His Immaculate life
Although Jesus was absolutely sinless,
et lie was liable to be tempted nnd tho
fact Is that "Ho was tempted in all points
like as wo aie." And just because He
was so tempted, Hu can bo touched with
the feeling of out infirmities
After refening at length to the temp
tations of Jesus and to His resistance of
them he continued:
We think so much nnd we believe so
stiongiy in the absolute Deity of Jesus
that we are liable, at times, to lose sight
of His Hue humnnlU. We must not fot
gct that Jesus Chi 1st our Loid, had the
body of a man and the soul of a man and
the feelings and infhmitles of a man, in
sin alone excepted lie was no stianger to
eithei pain oi pleasme, to hungei or
thhst. to sot tows oi jovs, to holy love or
to llghteotis Indignation
After lefeiring at length to the theo
logical discussions anent the tempta
tions of Jesus as consldeied fiom the
standpoint that as there was no pos
sibility of His yielding to temptation,
He deserves no credit foi leslstlng
temptation the doctor 'continued:
The discussion of the theologians on
this point aie hugely speculative and of
little piactlcal value That v hlch should
nnd docs Intel est us. Is the fact that
we have a Savlout, who is Intinntelj ac
quainted with us, nnd who is able and
willing to help Us He knows om name
nnd His knowledge of our faculties nnd
His conflicts with the foiccs of evil and
Ills Divine compassion vvanant us lo put
confidence in -the statement tKit He is
touched wltllMhc feeling of om Inth in
itios. lie was a man of sonows
and He Is well neqti tinted with human
gilefs in all theli foims Ho Is easy ot
access and He is mlglitv to sue.
The impoitnnt pait which temptation
plajs in tho development of human char
acter was dwelt upon as well as the ne
esslt of nlvns being in lc.ulincss to
resist the temptei.
While nui Devine Saviour has no svm
pathv with guilt, Ho has Infinite svm
pitliv with the guilty, concluded tho
doctoi. While Ho nevei yielded to temp
tation, Ho knows how to dellvet tho
godly out of temptation and He can
sivo them ftom sin heic as well as fiom
Its guilt nnd penaltj heienftci He has
done so in tho case of mjtiads, n gteat
multitude whom no man can lemember.
He his saved blnneis who were steeped
In sin, nnd who weie satuiated with guilt
scat let shiners, and double-djcd sln
ncis He has washed them and made
them whltei than snow. 13 Ills boh life
and bv Ills vlcailous death, oar gteat
High Pi lest lias opened up a wa into
the holiest ot all places, for all who love
Him In sincerity. All who walk In this
wav aio safe And, moieover, this Is the
only wn by which the weak and weniy,
the w.ijwanl and tempted and sinful
sons of men can evei teach the paiadlse
Blessed Is tho mm that enduieth temp
tation for when ho Is tiled, ho shall
leeeive the ciown of life, which tho T.ord
hath pinmlsed to them that love Him.
WEDDED IN UTAH.
of a Foimer
In the presence of a host of admit lug
ft lends and amid all the sunshine of
happiness, Miss Nettle Mooie, the
daughter of Mis. Ullzabeth Mooie,
stood before Hymen's alter and became
tho wife of J. n. "Woodbrldge, of Salt
Lake City, at the cosy home of the
biide's mother In Mutiny, Utah, on
Wednesday, September 17. Uev, W, It,
AVoodbtidge, of Port Henry, N. Y
father of the gioom, tied the knot ac
coidlng to the episcopal service, Tho
maid of honor was Miss Peail Hviins,
of Salt Lake City; bridesmaids, Miss
Minnie Cahoon, of Mm ray, and Miss
Corn Leach, of Scranton, Pa, S. Suthei
latul, of Colotado, was best man, Tho
house was handsomely decorated; tho
pallor, wheio the ceiemony was pei
formed, was white and gteen; the diaw-Ing-room
was ted, and the dlnliig-inom
yellow. To the strains of tho Lohengiln
wedding match, plnjed by Miss llur
ton, the btldal party enteted tho pat lor
and stood under an alcove of gieen,
embedded with white, over which weie
the letteis M. nnd W.
The bride was given away by her
brother, Walter W. Mooie. She looked
handsomo In it diess of cieam toloied
ciepe do chenc, beautifully cmbrold
eied, and cairled u shower bouquet of
white loses. The maid of honor wore a
beautiful white dress and can led pink
roses, and tho bridesmaids looked
charming In white dt esses and can led
white roses. After tho ceremony, con
gratulations being received, tho guests,
numbering1 ubout seventy, partook of a
Mr, and Mrs. Woodbrldge left on a
wedding tour to Denver and other
places of Interest In Colorado. Upon
their re (urn they will reside in a hand
some home in Salt Lake City. Tho es
teem In which the young couple nro held
was shown when they received a laige
number of elegant and costly presents
In gold, silver, cut-glass and chluaware.
verse, After tho honeymoon, when housekeeping really begins, the up-to-dato
palalo on America's kingly rcadyto-cat wheat flako cereal
ment than io pounds of porterhouse steak, and is far easier digested.
the Union Label. Bcioarc of grocers that offer inferior cereals
largely advertised, and are counterfeiting our name.
A startling novelty, a sample package of TRYABITA and a Doll Receipt Boole
for your grocer's name and a 2 cent stamp.
TRYABITA FOOD CO., Ltd.. Battle Creek, Mich.
Interspetsed among them weie many
laie works of ait.
Tho nbove wedding will be ot Intel est
to many Sciantonlans, as the bride was
foimerly Miss Nettle Moore, who was
born In Scianton and teslded heto until
about nine yeuts ago. The mnld of
honor, Miss Pearl Hvans, Is the daugh
ter of Ilni i y Evans, a foimer lesldcntof
Scianton. One of the bridesmaids. Miss
Cora Leach, Is a lesldent of Scranton,
having spent the past two jears In the
fai west visiting relatives.
GLIMPSE OF THE PAST
AND FUTURE OUTLOOK
Featmes of the Close of the Anniver-
saiy Sei vices at the Green Bidge
The special sot vices In connection
with the celcbiatlon of the tenth nnnl
vetsary of the Gieen IUdge Daptlst
chui eh weie hi ought to a close yestet
duy. Despite the fact that it i allied al
most continuously throughout the day,
the congiegatlons attending both the
morning and evening sei vices taxed the
seating capacity of the chuich
At the morning sei vice letteis ex
piessing heaity good will fiom Rev. Dr.
Wan en G. Paitiidge, of Cincinnati, O.;
Uev. W. G Fold, of Jamestown, N. Y
and Rev. J. C. Biookins, of Auburn, N.
Y, weie toad. Dt Paitiidge was pas
tor ot the Penn Avenue Baptist (hutch
when the Gieen Ridge chuich was ot
ganlzed; Rev. Mr. Biookins was Ip
chatge for the fiist thiee months, and
Rev.' Mt. Foul was the pastor for nine
Rev. Heniy Steiling Potter, the new
pastor, pi cached a shoi t sennon on
"Retiospect," at the morning sei vice,
ttaclng the hlstoij of the woik accom
plished by the chuich in Its ten yoais'
existence A Stindaj school i.illy was
held In the af tot noon at 1 o'clock, and
was addtessed by the pastor and the
supotintendent, J. Nelson Gariett. The
junior and senior Baptist Young Peo
ple's societies held tallies at 3 30 and
6 30 p. m, lespectlvely.
At last night's sei vice a muslcnl pio
gi amine of unusual excellence was
given, the soloists being Miss Cordelia
rieenian, sopiano, nnd Tom Gippel,
batltone. Miss Julia C'lapp' Allen plajed
a violin solo with exquisite feeling. Tho
p istoi chose foi his theme, "Piospect,"
and dc'llvcied a biief sennon, in which
he pointed out the great woik and te
sponslbllit.v whiih lies itt the door of
eveiy member of tho church. The text
was Matthew, 14.16-1". Among other
things, ho said:
"You all know that tho crjlng need of
this city today Is a moial revival which
sh ill shake its very foundations, and
et j ou shlik the task of contilbutlng
join little quota to a movement which
would bilng about such a revival You
say that your talents aro not sufficient
anil you seem to bo waiting for an
angel fiom heaven to begin the work
with ti umpet tone.
"Put Miur talents and your gifts in
God's hands, conscciato jour lives lo
His servlie and lot Him do with them
as He will. The woild Is saying, 'Give
us the biead of life,' and the Master Is
calling to us, 'Give them to eat.'
"Wo nny hive but five loaves and
two fishes, but you should lemember
that the best woik for the kingdom Is
sometimes done bv the humblest chinch
and the pnoiest pieacher. In tho com
ing months let each of us try to do his
oi lid put, do something, for tho cause
of Jesus Chi 1st and not hide our tal
ents as lu a napkin, because of a fear
that they aie not hufllclent to accom
plish nnv thing."
Rev. W. B Gtow, of Caibondnlo, tho
oldest cleigjntnn lit tho Ahlngton usso
elation, was ptesont at both the motn
Ing and evening sei vices, and dollveied
tho benediction on both occasions.
Washington's Aitiflclal Teeth.
Geoigo Washington's false teoth were
fiom ono entile pleco of Ivoiy, that Is the
plates piopcr and Into theso weto In
soiled oi fastened human tenth. Wo aio
awaio of tills tact fiom a lotter w-lit ten
by Isutio Gtcenwood, son of tho dentist
who cm veil thu teeth to a Or, Tnft in
which the wilier savs: "Theto is a pair
of falso Jaws with human teeth now In
tho head of Ptesldeut Washington in tho
tomb at Mt. Voi nnn, niado by my father,
John Uicenvvooil, In 1709, and they aio
niado wltli bono guins I think of ele.
pliant tusk Ivoiy" i, O. 11. Hill has
Just been pieseutcd with a similar set
of Ivoiy teeth by Di. II 11. IMltlott, of
Now Ot leans, I.a.
Rt. Rev. Illshop M, J, Ilobau niado a
number of cleiical appointments on Sat
unlay. Rev. Rlchaid 1. Jotdan, who lias
been stationed at Towanda and Rev.
Michael Mauley, of Susquehanna, weie
appointed as assistants to Rev, John I',
O'Malley, pastor of St. Julia's chuich,
Plttston. Rev. P. J. Kelly, who has been
temporal lly stationed at Bentloy Cietk.
goes to Towanda. Rov. J, J, Ilcffcrou, of
Rnllston.tgoes lo St. Gabtlel's chinch at
Hazleton, and Rev. M. II, Coigau, of
WIlkes'Haite, has been appointed as as
sistant to Very Rov, P. V. Rrodcilck, of
Susquohannu. Rev, Matthew Iloyno, of
tho cathcdinl and Rev, Puthct Rogers,
of Plttston, will ictuiii to Spiliigllcld,
Mass , wlicuo they camo some time ago.
is scientifically prepared and
thoroughly impregnated with Cel
ery and Pepsin. A Big
Package contains more real
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to S.30.
1 ALL SiDUiCtTUfl.
SATURDAY'S STOCK QUOTATIONS
The following quotations aro furnished
The Ttibune by lialgbt S. I'teese Co , JH-
313 Mcars Building W. 13. Run on, man
ager. Open High Low.Closq
Atrial. Copper u, (m liS'Si Oj'j
Am. C. &. r Jt,1, uiU .,i u'j
Am lee. Pi ,!S'. ,.Si 3S'A "lh'2
Am Locomotive IP4 31 ' .SI'- .ll'4
Am Loco, Pi IT, 9'i !)) 9,
Am S i- It Co .. .. Iii'i ti.t Hi ti,,
Amelican Sugai ....lJS'l l.'S' W 3J7-1,,
Anaconda Coppei ...101 101 101 101
Atchison 9J'i IJU SW'h 'Jl's
Atchison, Pr lOJ'i 10-! 1 VM 101.
Bait ii Ohio lasVL lOS's lurH llb'i
Iliook T. It- w.K; ".'j -Vi Mi'i
Canadian Paclllc ....ll(i8 HOJs 13S 1101 .
flics .v. Ohio "i."t T.Jli Til'i 52
Chicago Ac Alton .... 19 39 SS'j .iSU
Chh A. G W Jl's -ii 'O 31
l, M & St. P IOi.U Wi'i l1'- Ml'6
Col Puel Ai lion f0 S0's SO b04
Col AL. Southern iJU yju. 3J Jjw,
Don. ic It. G 47 IT 17 -17
Dctioit Southern ... --'i "-'ii Jl'-i t'J
lhio S1 .ii', as's ,'iM
Uric, 1st IV (i4 usi 1.73., us
Ihle, L'nd Pr ".4'A :A 51 f.4,U
Hocking Vullev 9b 9ii 91. thl
Illinois Cential lM-H l,'.a l'.J'i i:.J'
Ion a Cential h.S 4i. ii, u,
Louis .v. Nash IVC- r.l'j 14s5, Its
Manhattan HSU 13M4 lid's UTt
Met. St. Rv HI 14.1 14Ui 14J
Mexican Cential .... "uii J.'V Ji.?t j.?4
Mo ( K. &. Tc ,!J 3Ji Jlli Wi
Mo . K. it T , Pr .... M 1.1 UP9
Mo. Paclllc II1.1', 117 114H IP.
N. V. Cential HJ) lul; l'.Sli 1J'4
Not folk & West .... 7J'i 7i 7J D'h
Out A. West il't SPi MU Jl's
Pntlfle Mall 43U H 4J'& IJl-
PiniKjIvanla R. R..1iil, lu", b.j'. H.41i
Peoples Gas 10".1 JP.V4 IO154 10",
Pleased Steel Cai.... fi, ft. r. .'..,
Reading to (9 i.7'a usi',
Reading, 'd IV 7u 7i,15 7i. 7i.'4
Republic Steel 21U L'J Jlli '
Republic Steel Pr... 70',.. 79'i T9'3 79i
St, L K Sin 1' SO SO'!; SO S0'4
Southeiu Paclllo .... 7i):8 7i.i "l 7rt
Soilthein It. It 9u 9i. Pi, tui
Tenii. Coil At lion... ii,4 liii'i (i.i, ii.i,
Testis & P.uillo IS3S 1S1J 47 4S
I'nlnii Paclllc 107'A ins joi.i, 11171,
I'nlon Pacific. Pr .... 91'i 91'i &li4 01' t
V. S Lcathei ll lP-j i ll'i
1'. S. Loathed, Pi .. 90 90 90 91
t', S. Rubbei IS&a 3SH lSg 18;
V. S, Steel 40 40VC 10 40-S,
1' S. Steel, IV S'l"i b9' ssi S9,
Wabash JlVi aiTt, 34i 3Ht
Wabash, Pr 49, r.iij 49, r.ou
AVcstein Union 91. 9I'S iii3 91
AVlieel. AL L. H JS LSV. J7'5 iVi
AVIs. Cential L'sU -Vs -s's "sJs
Total sales, r.lS.400 shines,
CHICAGO GRAIN & PHODItCB
WIIKAT Oncii, High. Low. Closo,
December 19, bVt u'JU i.ol
December I'.'l 4L7; 45VS 4'.'1
Slay - - 41H
Decenibcr 3l'i 31V5 31 .'II'h
October - It. 70
Jauuaiy - - n ,u
Oetober - li'io
Januaty S'i f 7- So7 m7
Octobcr ,.,, nm
Januaty ,,, - & jj
Reserve, Ineicaso ,,,,, ,,,...,.$ 4,87S.i.7
'Loans, deiieaso ,,,.,,,,, , 11,1M,IX)
Specie, decieaso , ,.,,.,., l,97'l 1.0)
Legtl tcmler, deciease,,,,, 1S.',9h)
Deposits, deciease .,, K',t"il,900
Cliculatlon, increase Jlo.uiO
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. i Bid Asked.
Lnckawannu Daily Co, Pr,... CO ...
County Sav. Hank & Tiust Co :oo
Fiist Nat. Rank (Caiboadalo). ... WO
Thhd Uatlon.il Hank .,.,,,,.,. 550 ...
Dlmo Dop Ac DIs. Rink ,, 000
Uconomy L, 11. & P. Co..,, 48
1'lrtt National Rank ,,,, 1,00 ...
Lack. Tl list Ac Safo Dep. Co , 19o ,
Claik & Snovet Co. Pr 125
Scranton Savings Rank , 000, ,.,
Traders' National Hank 223 ,,,
Scianton Bolt & Nut Co 123 ,
People's Bank ,, 133 ...
Scranton Packing Co ,.. 33
Scranton Passcngei Railway,
first mortgage, duo 1WJ...... 115 ,,,
Threatens to give up tho Ger
man throno for lovo of a boau
tlful American girl, American
girls aro liko Amorican products,
they conquer all over tho uni
American wlio tickles her husband's
n ? h r n va k . v. n to. v. v.
We have dry, clean, Old Oats, n
Old O.its are much better
Higher in price but "
You .p.iy voui money and t
take youi choice."
Mil! & Grain Co
Call us by phone1
Old Gieen Ridge,
'A 'A " " " "A'A'A'A "A "A "A "A 'A 'A "A "A
THE NEW DISCOVERY
233-327 Pcnn Avenue.
fr $ ! $
I mm 1
nSE.. Scranton, Pa.
Old 'Phone, 3331.
New 'Phone, '2935,
People's Sticot Railway, Iltst
tnoitgagu, duo lOls 113
People's Stieot Railway. Gon-
cial moitgage. duo 19J1 113
Scrunton Tiuc. Co , 0 per cent. 113
Rconomy 1,. II. A P. Co
N, Jeisov , Poeono Ico Co,... ...
Consolidated Water Supply Co ...
Scianton Wholesale Miuket.
(Coucctcd by II. a, Dale, J7 Liitltn. Ave)
llnttei 1'ieslt cuMinciy, 21c; ties.i
Ubbh Ni'iiPy, 22it.i vvestun. 21o,
Mm tow lleaiia Per InisliU. JJ Joa.40.
Gieen I'ciis Per Lnsliel, ?2.'3.
Onions Per IhihIilI, 90c
Now Potatoes LJc. per Imshel.
D., X. & W. BOARD TOR TODAY.
Tho following is the make-up of th
Delawuie, Ijacltawnnna and Western
board for today:
MONDAY. SlU'T. ."J.
i:tum Kaat 1 SO p. 111, J Olnltyi 0 30
p 111 , Unuh.
Summits 10 a. in , Catilgs.
lMisheih 7 n. in, Wldneij S a. m
Iloubcr; 1M3 a. m , Mnran; 1.S0 p. m ,
Muriuy; 1 JO p. m , Miitphy; 3 p. 111, W.
Ii. li.ii tliolontov.
llelicts ISO 11. in, Mnguvcin; 7 a. m ,
CuffnejO 10 u, in., Secor; J 13 p. 111 , Stanton.
All eyes have been on the Big Store, waiting and
watching for its opening. You will not be disappointed.
We have been planning, working for some time to make
this event one long to be remembered and pleasing to
you. Choice selections in Hats, exquisitely made to
conform to fashion's highest attained art in millinery
Tomorrow morning, without a doubt, we will lift
the curtain on the best millinery scene in this section
Black Dress Goods Bargains.
Double Fold Black t
Serge. A yard 1 )C
38-inch Black Serge in
cashmere, Yard, 19c and 25C
38-Inch All Wool Black
Novelty Granite Cloth. Yd 39C
40-inch All Wool Black .
Serge. A yard 45C
42-inch All Wool Black
Brilllantine. A yard.... 5UC
40-inch All Wool Black
Nun's Veiling and Eta- -.
mines A yard 50C
45-inch All Wool Black
Nun's Veiling and Henri-
etta. A yard 75C
54-inch All Wool Black
Whipcord. A yard 49C
40-inch All Wool Black
Whipcord. A yatd 59C
Hill &. Connell,
SHORT SEA TRIPS.
A few dajs can bo pleasantly spent
In a trip to
Norfolk, Va. .
Old Point Comfort, Va.
1 Washington, D. C.
Steamers sail dally except Sunday
from Pier 26, Noith Hlver, foot of
Bench street, New Yoilt.
Tickets, Including meals and state
room accommodations, $8 00 0110 way,
$13,00 tound trip, and upwards,
Send stamp for Illustrated book.
OLD DOMINION STEAriSHIP CO.
81 Bench Street, New York, N, Y.
H. D. VALKi:n,
Tinfllo Mnnngor. J. J. BnOWN,
General Passenpor Agent.
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and Wllkes-Uarre, Pa.
Stationary engines, Boilers, Mining
Second Hand Pumps Our Spaclalty
'u i in i y In Htock the Inmtst lino of
Hc'ioml liiind insuhliiciy of nm hotn-o in
the uutlit aclto cuul disttlctts. It will p iy
ou to phono us lioloia piiiclmslng.
Iliiav.iu. ui. Ov iiuuiiiiHiuii, ot uuiiiuiuiu
bluet, 'Wilkes-Dane, Pa.
54-inch All Wool Black Cheviot
Suiting, Black Venetian Suiting,
Black Storm Serge, Black Melton
Skirting. Choose any of
these fabrics and pay only '
a yard 75C
Priestly's All Wool 42
Inch Black Etamines, A ,
50 and 52-inch All Wool Black
Poplin Granite Cloth, Whipcord,
Soliel, Sharkskin, Broadcloth, Rain
Proof Garments, Serge
Cheviot, Pebble Cheviot.
54-in. all wool. Yard
MU HOST COMPLETE
LINE IN THE CITY.
Everything that is
new everything tha
is desirable. Be sure
and see our line and
get our pi ices before
THESS ENTERPRISING DEALERS CAN
SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS OP EVERY
CHARACTER PROMPTLY AND SATIS
FACTORILY. FOR SALE
nUCCIFS and WAGONS of all kinds; lo
Ho ioi and Dulldlng Iits at bargiltu.
UOllSIS CLII'I'I.U and GItOOMI D at
M. T. KELLER
Lackawanna Carriage Works.
SECURITY BUILDINQ 4SWIN0S UV3V
Home Office, 203 200 Mcirs nuildlng.
Wo aro maturing haics each month which
show a not Kiln to the investor of about 12
per cent. We loan money. We also iaiue
HJl.l, PAID MOCh ?100CO per bliare, inter
est pajablo icml annually.
AMIKIIT DM,!., Secretary.
E. JOSEPH KL'ETTEL.
rear Ml tackauanna avenue, manufacturer of
Wire Krccns of nil Kinds; fully prepand for
the sprin; season. Wo make all Id nil j of
porch ecrci'n., etc.
Ceneral Contractor, llulldcr and Dealer In
IliilliliiiK Stone, Ceiientlne of cellar a ipe.
daily. Telephone J51.'
Office, 327 Washington avenue.
THE SCRANTON VlTRIPIED BRICK
AND TILE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Maken of Pailns Ilrick, etc' M. II. Dil,
General Sales Agent, Office 329 Waihlngton
ie, Worka at a Auj, l'a , II. & W, V. It It
HENRY BEL1N, JR.,
General Ageut for the Wyomlcs Diitrlci for
Vllnlns, mutiny, Sportine, Smokelea and the
Hcpauno Chemical Company'
Safety Fuse, Caps and l'xploders. ltoom 401 Coa
sell Uulldins .Scraatcn.
JOIIV It SMITH & BON .,,.,,, FlymouU
K W. MULLI0AN ,,..,.,.... Wllkti Barn