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THE SCRANf ON TRIBUNE-SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1902.
Week's Socl News,
COLON'I'.L ntid Mi-h. Ezra Hoy I
Hippie have Ipsiicd Invl.'tntlotiH
Id the mai-rlnge roeciWlon if
their cldrtU daughter-. Han
nah Hamilton, to William
Wallaee Mi-t'tilhich, at Iholr bountiful
home, "lIlRhlmnk," ThiMwhij." night,
October Hi. 'I'ho iviemony, wh.Hi In to
lip pilvntn, will take place at 7 o'clock,
the reception following from S until tl.
The third uiiil last reception given In
honor of Mr. John (lalpln and hi lovv
Iv bride ill "The HouioKtriiil" was on
Thursday. Mr. anil Mrs. .Ulin-khiUin
and Mr. and Jim. Shaw received with
Mr. and Mrs. (lalpln. Other ladles im
fNthiR were Mrs. (irnrgo H. Smith,
airs. W. K. r;ilmm-. Mrs. N. S. Os
horne. Mrs. Martini Clianiherlaln, '.Mrs.
Mrs. H. H. Hulkloy, Miss Osborne and
The youunr girl assisting In the din
ing room were Misses Florence D.
Smith, Mildred Murple, Kllmhcth
SKirrs, Allee I'.lilr, Lorena La liar,
Margaret Hnrker, Mary llallsteud and
'J'he Hpaelons, beiiullful house was
charmingly dceoratod In pink.
Mrs. Lottie Hlulr Parker, who has
written so eleverly. and whose sue
eesses as a playwrlsht are so marked,
will honor SeranCoii with a visit today
and will have an Informal recpptlon
this afternoon on the Lyceum staRe
after the niiitlnve. She is a most in
teresting lady, still youiiR, attractive
and possessing remarkable versatility
in n' literary wiiy. Her hist play Is
"I'nder Southern Skies," to he present
ed this afternoon and evening, has been
One of her latest fads Is to start a
Mrs. Parker has heretofore been con
tent with her famous kennel of blue
ribbon St. Hernard doss.aud her stock
farm situated at Great Neck, L. I.,
whore some of the best polo ponies that
ever stepped across a field after a ball
have been bred. In this latter in
stance, an idea of the success may be
attained, when it is known that such
well known people as Mrs. Howard
Gould, Mr. GeorRO Gould, ex-Mayor
William It. Grace, of Xew York city,
and others initially well known, have
secured some of their best ponies from
Mrs. Parker. 'Ils, In a measure, Is
the reason for rs. Parker's entering
Into Held of thoroughbreds. The Idea
came to her about a year iiro when the
racing Raine virtually became a eraze
with everybody In tills country, hut
beltiR it very unassumliiK and rptlcpnt
woman, she hesitated, not wishing to
be the llrst of the fair sex to enter the
Rame. After It was olllelnlly announced
that Mines. Whitney and Duryea had
purchased Irish Lad and Aceful and
that they would hereafter sport the
colors of these two ladles, Mrs. Parker
quickly made up her mind not to wait
any loiiRcr. She at once commissioned
a well known turfman and trainer to
make the naiads of Hip famous thor
oiiRlibred stock farms and purchase a
number of yearlhiRs of the best breed
and ship them Immediately to her
home at Great Neck, L. I,, where ex
tensive Improvements are beltiR made
for their reception, one of which Is a
half mile trnck for tralnhiR purposes.
The "White Hose" stables will prob
ably be famous for their thoroughbreds.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Howe, of Los
Angeles, California, who are on tholr
way across the continent to Xew Hav
en, Conn,, have been, the Rtiests of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry X. Atherton, of Houle
vard avenue. Airs. Howe was formerly
Miss 1311a Mi.'Conncll, whose father,
now deceased, was a eolebuated tem
perance lecturer some eight years oro
In this city and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs.
Howe are on their wedding tour.
Mr. and Mrs. James Arehhald and
the Misses Archbald have returned af
ter several months spent abroad. They
have had a dellRhtful summer and
come home in excellent health.
There has been a large advance sale
of seats for the Sembrlch concert. The
diagram Is unique and Interesting. It
was devised after long study by Archi
tect Harvey Blackwood, and is a study
in Itself. The platform is at the side of
the armory, in the same location ob
served during the eisteddfod. The
seals are so cleverly arranged that they
all face the stage and are thus far
more desirable than at any uf the great
concerts held Inst season, Madumo
Pcmbrlcli, undoubtedly the greatest
songstress of her time, will he greeted
by an audience, worthy of Iter com
mendntlon, The superb programme for
the concert uppenrs In another column.
The marriage of Miss Lydla Karrar,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Far
rar, of lJiminoro, lo Mr. frank J.
Pickering, was an event or unusual Im
portance In Dtmmore Wednesday night.
The ceremony was performed by Hev.
Mr. Gibbons. Miss Helen Karrar was
maid of honor. The bridesmaids were
tdlss (lalpln, Miss Hensoli, Miss Mattle
Pickering and Miss Lucy Decker. Hleh
ard Hophp was hesl man. The ushers
wrro Messrs Kdward Heese, Charles
Uanvers, Howard Chamberlain and l-Id-ward
Karrar. A reception followed at
the home of the bride's parent.
The marriage of Miss Katlierlno
nominee Laverty to William Vail
Johnson, of Xewark, will take place at
the First Presbyterian church, Octo
Miss Anna McAnulty has returned
to Hryn Mawr. Miss Huth ArelibaliW
also left for Hryn Mawr Immediately
after her return from abroad.
Miss Margaretta Hello, Miss Marjorle
Warren, Miss Jean lJliumlck and Miss
Fileanor Moffat left this week for Far
tnlngtou. Miss Adelaide Hand left this week
for a fashionable hoarding school in
Tea will bo served at the Country
club today Providence permitting
pleasant weathpr. The gray skies of
the past fortnight have discouraged
any festal aspirations on the part of
the entertainment committee. The most
elaborate dinner ever served there was
given by Mr. and Mrs. Watkins to the
directors last week. Nestor, the new
steward, prepared a menu of twelve
courses, In a manner that did honor to
his French skill. The tables were ex
There will probably be unusual stir
ring up of artistic tastes and .thought
this winter In Scranton. It is more
than deplorable that the art atmos
phere of the I'nited States Is only
found in a few centres that may be
counted on the lingers of one hand.
Douglas Arthur Teed, the well known
artist, who has some of the best pic
tures on exhibition that have ever
conic to this city, has a theory on this
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question worth hearing, It is possible
that he may express these views In a
group of lectures given at private
homes where the listeners will bo In
vited gtlesls, and that a certain degree
of art Interest will result, It Is no
doubt true that the majority of people
lost a vast amount of the rarest pleas
ure of life In being unable to Interpret
Hip nipiyilng of a good plnture or to
appreciate the difference between the
good and had,
Hy the way, Mr. Teed has one paint
ing at Grlllln's on Washington avenue,
a beautiful court picture of the period
of Louis XIV, that deserves more than
passing notice. It has an enchanting
grace and real atmosphere, almost
never depleted In an Interior, It Is un
like any court painting within recall,
but lias an elusive eharm, so delicate,
so pure and tender that the on-looker
turns to look again and again,
Mr. Sumner Salter was hi the city
tills week and hereafter will come up
from Xew York every Wednesday, He
Is new permanently connected with
the Hardenhorgh School of Music, His
prestige as the famed organist olid
rondllctor at Hroadway Tabernacle and
Mendelssohn Hall gives additional im
portance to his joining.
The Dixie theater had the best bill
of the Reason thus far during the past
few days and the fad for attendance
continues to nourish. A society girl
remarked last night that she had been
there three times this week, and pro
posed to go once more. The "Phroso"
mystery lias aroused so much curiosity
that many theater parties have already
been arranged for next week. It Is
such a cozy, comfortable place, and you
are sure to know the people in the
next seat, and If you don't you speak
to them Just the same, and everybody
lias a good time.
MIfs Dorothy Warren, Miss Louise
Smith. Miss Gladys Watkins and Miss
Janet Storrs have gone to Rosemary
Miss Klla Piatt is alarmingly 111 at
Hartford, Conn. Her brother, F. K.
Piatt, was called there yesterday. Mrs
Piatt was called early In the week.
Judge and Mrs. It. W. Archbald gave
a dinner last evening at their home on
Movements of People.
visiting Mrs. J. J.
lft ill &
Mahon's Shoe Store
The Home of Shoe Ease
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rllERE ARE FEW WOMEN who are pot acquainted with
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Shoes, from the extensive advertising which has
been given them in the magazines and family publications;
and we wish to assure the women of our city that they are
all that has been claimed, and we endorse them as phe
nomenal values and high grade in every particular. A
fascinating variety, light and dainty for dressy costumes,
strong and staunch for street and general wear. They
retain their shape and need no "breaking in."
Fall styles now ready.
$3.00 a Pair
.Mrs. K. C. Lyndo is
nynnn la Dallas.
Mrs. W. I). Kennedy litis returned
Princeton, where her son, Harold,
Miss Jackman. who bus been the guest
of Miss Kllsiiibeth Sanderson on Clay ave
nue, lias returned lo her home In Boston.
Mails l. Klshiip. Fiiperintendent of Hip
Dnnmniv postal station, started on his
vacation ytorduy. He will visit Wash
ington, I). .
lr. and Mrs. David It. Hand iinnntim-o
the engagement of their daughter. Kllza
lieth LoiiKStreet. to Stephen Francis
Dunn, of llattle Creek, Michigan.
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Cheney's Cashmere Taffetas,
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New Panne Velvets, full Mirror finish S1.23
Granites, Plumettes and Satin Finish Mixtures;
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Black Brocade Satin, 40 inch
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Black 43-Inch Cheviot, value C3e
Black BO-lnch Cheviot, value 93c
Black Shrunken Tailor Cheviot
Black Thibet Cheviot, soft and heavy. $I.C0 value. ,$l.ii
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Black Panne Finish Broadcloths $1,30
Black Bedford Welt Silk and Wool $1.30
Imitation "Worsted Walstlugs 13o
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All "Wool Jersey Tricot, cholco shades 23c
Silk Stripe Pruiiell Wulsilngs COci
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need's $1.50 Snow White Linens $1.25
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Double Damask Napkins $2.00
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Silver Bleached Napkins $1.25
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Cuff Protectors, washable, 25e for 3o
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Skeleton Collar Forms, L'c for , s0
,I5c Bristle Tooth Brushes juo
25o Cashmeru Boquet Soap 0e
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Misses' Sc Pure Linen Handkerchiefs.,,,, f,0
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Ladles' ISo Fine Kmbroldered Handkerchiefs i2!.o
$1.25 Fast Black Mercerized Uinbrellas uso
$2.00 Fine Silk Gloria Umbrellas ,,,, $1,50
Umbrellas, fast black, steel rod, Paragon frame.,, 390
Coral and Jot Beads, new designs 500
Good American Pins ., , ,.,,,,, 2c
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for the Semhrich
Is the programme
Kngllsh airs and
(a) Aria from '
rii) Air from '
(c) Alia from
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Present at our office,
purchase $1,00 worth pt
goods or more and you
will receive 30 starnps.
October 3, 4, 6.
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Mears & Hagen I
415 and 417 Lackawanna Aye
German, Italian and
Mphlgenic en Tamiile,"
"La Servu Padrona."
(d) Chanson, due I'aplllon from "Los
Fetes Venltlennes" Camilla
Mr from "Dor Slroil sswLchcu
Paobiis unci Pan" Bach
Song, "Xeue Llebe, Xeues Leben,"
Classical German Lieilor.
"Die bose Faibe" Schubert
(ill "FrulilliiRsn.iclil" Schumann
(e) "DIp Mutter an dor Wlege" Lowe
(f) "Itnmor Leiser wird Mein Senium
(g) "Don in dor Welden" Brahms
Modi en Sonixs in Various Languages.
(a) "llelmweli" IIiibo Wolf
Dor Gartner" Hugo Wolf
Icb Trage Molne Mlmie,"
Obe holler Tag" (ttusliiii)
Pastorale" (French) Rlzet
'Verborgcne I. lobe" Grieg
In dor Rusonlaiibe" Bungcrt
Fulllli! Kallah! (Fngllsh)
Van dor Slacken
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There can be disputing the fact that
Soranton people are ambitious. This am
bition goes In various directions, up and
down from digging coal to t.oaiiug in
speculation: from learning how to sing
to learning how lo be a missionary. It
hai only boon ill recent years that thocH
poi-sosslng artistic talents could giatlfy
ambition for advancement In their eho.en
linos except by journeying for Instruc
tion. The amount of time and money
that have boon spent III going away for
what should be provided at homo was
discouraging. The student of Ihn pros-out
bus great advantages over one of leu
year ago, particularly in music. It
would bo dlftli'Ull lo find n town of this
size anywhere else which offerh suoh op
portunities, both in Instruction and en
tertainment, In part, this Is due to the
inpsloi't tnte In thin city. We have a
population lu which iniislc-lovhig proclivi
ties predominate In the three nationali
ties of Welsh. German and Irish. They
wish lo give their children advantages
which ninny did not eiiioy lu person, and
onuswuiontly muslo has cntno to Scran
ton, and there Is loss need to sock
It away. Madame Tlmberman-Ran-dnlph's
studios, Theodore Weinberger, thq
Soranton Conservatory of Muslo, with Its
superb recital course, Mudiinin Lonore
Tlioiutou'ii studio at the Holland, Ihe
llnnlonbPish School of Muslo. with lh
distinguished hiMiui'lor, Sumner Salter,
coming from New York each week, tho
Iteove Jones studios, Hie Wooier i-eiiool,
lhe Haydn Kvans School of .Music, tho
John Watkins studios, tho Tlilolo school,
the splendid sehnl conducted by profc-sor
Sr.uthworth, Miss Allen and Miss Free
man, Mr. Conant and .Mr, J. M. Chance,
both of whom have achieved such
enviable, positions In Soranton all these
and (lie many excellent private touch
ers certainly afford opportunllU". such
as few cities of far greater pre
tensions enjoy. It Is lis It chould be;
music U coming here, for tho brut'tlt of
the masses, Instead of necessitating tho
journey afar by a few favored represen
tatlves of the classes,
!i : !
A full attendance of all the tenors and
buss of the. Scrniitou 1'nltt-d Choral so
clety Is requested for tomorrow afternoon
at 3.30 o'clock In Music hall. Pleuso bring
your membership cards with you, No
member mould absent himself.
! ' i
Daniel Jones, a very successful vocal
ist, a pupil of J. T. Watkins' studio, will
take part lu the Wyoming and Lacka
wanna County Musical Alliance. Miss
Irene Kami will b one of the soloists at
tho llnal concert of Alliance session.
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The progress made by tho pew Choral
society is highly satisfactory, Tho mem.
lierK liavo caught the eiilluislasin of their
conductor and there Is already to bo felt
lu the singing an Intensity of expression
that Is thrilling. A great many of our
people wero charmed listeners at lu&t
Wednesday evening's rehearsal. Mr.
Wutkius la receiving luuny compliments 1
for hl excellent conducting and line In
terpretation of the three selections which
are being studied.
II ' I! .
The following musical selectirns will ho
used at tomorrow's worship in the Second
Organ Prelude Largo Handel
Anthem "O Denth Where Is Thy
Sting?" ... Brown
Offertory Solo, "Forever ' with the
Organ Prelude Auduiitu from Sonata
in F Brewster
Choir Hi-spouse "Holy, Holy, Holy"
Anthem "The Bird Let Loose In Hast-
ern Skits" Marston
-Miss Kli'imor Reynolds and Choir.
Chant "Our Father" Gregorian
Offertory Duet, "The Kvunlng Hour"
Miss Garagan and Mr. Williams.
Organ I'ostludo Cappelon
Mr. .1. M. Chance, organist and director.
Miss Julio Geyer, the eminent planlste.
has been engaged by Rudolph Aronsoii lor
tho "Ivoelaii" tournoe, beginning Novem
liei -,2nd, in Now York. Miss Geyer was
a pupil of Jesoffy In Now York and of
.Moskowskl la Berlin.
Never before have the piano students
of this city had presented to tbetu oppor
tunities of Hie Instructive vulue of tlio
"Interpretation Lessons" which Professor
Pennington Is giving Saturday mornings
hi St. Luke's Parish house. His pro
grammes are arranged with a definite ed
ucational end in view. Ills remarks hear
ing upon the meaning of each composi
tion teach the students how to listen lu
telllgoully, the groat desideratum lu play
ers and listeners, lu his lesson last Satur
day Professor Pennington played the fol
lowing programme to a largo nudlonco of
Prelude and Fugue In C minor Bach
No. L' from tho "Well-Tempered Clnvl-
Sonata In 1) major Ilaydu
Allegro con brio,
Largo o sustiMUitu.
Filiulo. Presto ma uon troppu.
Seconde Rniiive, Opus N , Silas
Deutsche Maerehonbllder (Fairy Tales;
Opus liKl, No. :i Hondo!
The llrst so.Mon of the Seventeenth an
nual Hireling of the Lackawamia and
Wyoming .Musical Alliance will be held at
tho Methodist Fpisoopal church, Faclory
W. Oct. i:M7. Prof. John T. Watkins.
of Scranton, will conduct. Professor
Watkins Is to conduit a competing chnru.s
In the gioat Brooklyn Musical Festival.
Miss Irene Matthews, soprano, will bo
heard la solo and also lu loucorted work
with the chorus on Friday evening. Tho
seliiiheri (iiiartette Thomas Alirams, llrst
loiior; Davlil Jones, seoond tenor; J. T.
Watkins. llrM bass; John V. Jones, sec
mill ba,i.s will sing at tho Thursday night
concert only. Thomas Abraius and David
Jones will also bo heard lu solo, l-'ivd
Wlilmayer. violin, and I limey Black
wood, cello, appear ut the Friday night
concert, and the Alliance is promised a
treat hi both solo work and trio of violin,
cello and piano. Miss Florence 111cm
inond, Wlio has previously met with tho
Alliance and won their admiration In her
work, lias again been cnguitcd as accom
panist. The following musical selection will he
leiuh-red at tho morning and evening ser
vices tomoiiow at Kim Park church, un
der tho direction of J. Alfred Penning
ton, oi'Kuulit ami choir master:
Organ-Proliido In A major Bryson
Choir Anthem, "Slicpheid with Thy
Tciulcrest Love"' Barrel!
liyniu Anthem, "The Contrite Heart,"
Organ-Prcludc in Gregorian Tones,
Cholr-Anthcm. ''Wnltu In B. flat"
Orgaii-Canzoiietta In B Mut...ltclnlergor
Tenor Solo "The Holy Temple,".. Gounod
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Choir Hymn. "Abide with Mo" Allen
Organ Postludo In F Gnllniant
Klin Park Quartette Mrs, Kara Coimell,
soprano; .Mrs. Lenoio Thomson, contral
to; .Mr. Allred Wooier, tenor; Mr. Phillip
Wan en, buss.
COLES FOR OCTOBER.
The month of October is ushered in
with new moon on the 1st. Old Mother
Karth Is sailing through sign Aries, tho
House of the Grave, opposed by King
Libra, the Balance (Quick Justice).
Aries, thi' Itani, will "butt" hard to mi
balance the scales of Justice ami honor,
mid bring them down to the grave,
while Libra will endeavor hard to bal
ance the situation.
There will be twenty high llood days
tills nioi'ith, which will give the good
forces a chance to overpower the evil
forces, and If they do pot overpower
them, then the evil forces will continue
to run riot and cause more trouble.
There will bo a total eclipse of the
moon October Pi ami 17. It will be a
very Interesting event, us It can be seen
by all without the aid of a telescope,
On tho lllst there will he a partial
eclipse of the sun, Invisible to thoso
living op this side of the continent, but
visible In Asia and Central Kurapc. An
eclipse of the sun Is caused by the
moon passing between the sun and the
j earth, which causes the shadow of the
moon to fall upon the earth, while an
I eclipse of tho moon can only occur
when tho eartli intervenes between tho
sun and moon. Although we will bo
uiiiihlo to see this phenomenon of the
I partial eclipse of the sun, watch out
I for tho results of destructive storms,
riots, plagues, etc., that will follow in
tho pathway of Its shadow.
There will be many sudden deaths
this mouth, also an epidemic of head
and throat trouble, i The planets are In
n very favorable condition for business,
which will be very active at times.
From the 23d to the L'Sth will not bo
tho best time for making changes Di
storting new enterprises of Importance.
Accidents both on land and sea will be
Klectrlcal storms, accompanied with
high winds, will swcfp over the coun
try at the beginning of tho month. Sec
Storms and Signs calendar. The rains
turning lu sleet uud snow will sweep
As a guarantee of ABSOLUTS
PURITY and SAFETY
ihe Label below printed on CBLUF
'PAPER is pasted on every
A full assortment of these poods for tale
livall the leading DKPARTMEN I and
1IOUSK l-'URXIHUINU STOKbS.
L AbANCE & GROSJEAN MFG. CO.
KBIY YORK. IIOSIO:). CHICAGO.
(Sustained by U. S. Circuit Court.)J
NAME OF UTENSIL.
Feb 12. 168S.
AtwlySa No. 78,389. Mew York. Dec. 7.1Mfc
Wo i tiovo Mtdo a careful ciamlnotlon of
sample of " Aerate Nickel Steel Waro" nxplved
from Tho UOaoco & Orosjcao Uf g. Co,, Nov to.
Tho enainol ooatlnff l bomosoaoous, of etr
ttjokneefconamatpurttr. . ... A .
a,, niafniHn n
Vory napcotfully. ,
ChcmUU to tUo Now VorU Produce Exchange.
rum e. r. wduia. r-u.. ftp. H. Bi tu.js A
AnoJyulH No. 14,16a Haw yoru. way c, iwi.
Ucntleiiih i-Ao icqucatt-d by jrou. wo puiv
chstud la the open mtrkat a eamplo of " AvaM
Nickel Bteel VAat" noil Dtvomuae a caret
chemical analyiSof tto cscmcl covorlngof t!
"vVoOnd thloenamel Is aJbodbtelv P" 55?
Itanea (niurtia to l-xlth.. Wo con tberelpi
JinAmmnr.ii it for a cu Intry nod drlnkli
Cliemlsta to tho N. Y. W etal Exchange. I
BuiHitBl DaaDU Coated ul AtoimelF. Pin I
FOOTE & FULLER CO,,
140-143 WASHINGTON' AVENUE,
Complete line of the genuine I. &
G. Manufacturing Company's Aghto
Nicklo Steel Ware,
tho north wrHtorii eoi-llmi, followed by a
very 1'iild wavi'.
Mtiuii is full mid lu total iy,'I'?l'. n
tin- Uitli and lith, llicit-riii-i?, on and fol
lowing thcfi' dali-n wn . for ilf1
Ktructlve ."tonus of rain, hall and iuUv
both mi land and hci. , ft'W' witiw
duj-H and cool, frosiy nights will follow,
Let t-allcns on Hit' givut InkfH- anil
oceans tills" warning. The old country
will ho visited .by di'strui-llvp t.orii)8
and Ktrango earth dlsturbajieeB, rt
regular storm period is due the, last ol,
tho month, and October ends'hs 'ir'he
gan, wltli new moon, making two ndw
niuoiis this month.
They Pay the User,
If you wish a half-tone or line cut;
let the Scranton 'i'rlbunu make' It for
you. Our eiitilniuent,- for this, work-Is
cumiilelo- and mi-to-dato. -Wo. Jia.vi
facilities for doing the llnest .sort 01
work ut lowest prices and what's more,
we do It. A trial order wil convince
you. " ' '"