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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 190!
1 The GsiiSy Way
to buy molnscM Hint's pure,
rich nml Rwect ami itlwayi so
Is to order
lt'R roflticil from lite lot New
Orleans MoIiifkci, by ourtpcclul
process. Orilor It at your uro
cer's, In lilnln top oi-hormv cup
rnns. Itooklct ol choice recipes,
free, on request.
P. DUFF & SONS,
Cottnty Sauings Bank
and Trttsf Company,
506 Spruce Street.
and pays per cent, in
X,. A. WATKES, President.
O. S. JOHNSON, Vice-Pres.
A. H. CHHISTY, Cashier.
Wm. F Itnllstoad, iKverett Warren,
K. I. Kincsliiiry, . lAiiRiist Rnblnson,
O. S. Johnson. i.lns. O'Hrlen,,
U A. Waters.
i 1 1 ii 1 1
With purchase of Wnll Paper,
Shades, Picture Frames, Burnt
Wood and Leather Novelties.
No better time than now
to bring us your unframed
pictures for framing. We
have the best assortment
of frames in Scrantou.
All Kinds of Interior Decora
tive Work promptly dons. Good
COUPON Cut this out nnd
present it at our store. Pur
chase goods to the amount of
SI. 00 or more and you will re
ceive 30 STAMPS FREE.
Jacobs & Fasold,
209 Washington Ave.
Y "They Draw Well." 0
Morris' Magnet Cigars 8
Th best ''nine for ," cents.
Try one. nnd you will smoKo no
All tho lo.iillnc; hrnrnW f "C.
clcnrs at Tl.7 per box. or fi for I3e.
Tho Inrpest varletv o Pipes and
Tobaccos In town.
E. C. MORRIS,
The Cigar Man
325 Washington Avenue.
In and About
Meeting This Afternoon,
The rent nil Woman's christian Temper
ance uiiliiu will meet thin afternoon at 3
o'clock at (itieriiiey hull.
Annual Church Supper.
On Thursday evenlnc ill ii o'clock blimp
the Kim Park ehiueh Kpwnrth League
will hulil their anmnil ehmeh supper,
Kveryonu U Invited,
Pay Day at Car Shops.
Tho employee of tho Delaware, Luckn
imiiu and Western machine shoiis, car
fliops and Mores department will lm paid
today L'i'kIiiiiIiii,' at i n'cloel;,
Will Have Charge of Meeting,
The I'lillsliau WorUeiH' League will
have eh. use of a nicetliiK at tin; ltiwne
.Mission Tlle.duy evening, Oct. 7- A hear
ty welcome Ik uxiended to all.
Excursion to Washington.
About unu hundrtU and llfty people left
for WushliiKtiiii yesterday mumlnc on tho
medal cxciii-mIoii train over thet.Vntr.il
Itallroad of New Jersey, which left this
city at IM5 o'clock,
An All-Day Meeting,
An ull-duy inteiliis of tho Christian
nnd Mlwilniiaiy Alliance will bo held to.
day In the Umpui Tabetliacle, Jefferson
HVenue, Dunmurc, Sessions uro at laSO a.
in, 2 and 7 p. ni. Huv. Howard Smith, of
tho London mission. West Africa; C. II.
fllllfilliail. l)f UVIIkvIII,. v V a.., I
Pthers, will apeak diiiing; tho day. "in the
i j Stamps
eV'enlnvf, Miss Mary Compton, of West
l'lttstmi, Who leaves lor India as a mis
slotutry thl month, will rIvo a farewell
mi'MsiiRC. All are Invited.
Junior Class Elects Ofllcers.
The Junior cIiism of the lllgli school held
n ineetlin? VeHlctday nl'leriKMin and elect
ed the following ollleeisi President, Hulph
Dennell! vice picdilHil. ICntherJno 1'aluel
secretary. I'Morcnee Whltniuli; treasurer,
Sent to Jail,
I'Yrdlnntidn lloUser, of Olyplinnt, who
was arrested for disorderly conduct yes
terday ill the Delawate, I.neluiwannn and
Western station, was committed to Jail
by Ahleriiiaii Ituddy for thirty days In
dernull'or a line or tf.
Base Ball nnd Foot Ball.
The sophomore and rieshtnen base ball
tftinis or the Scrantou IIIkIi school will
piny at Athletic park thin afteriinon, Tho
I Hub School Tuol ball team will play
Wlllics-Hatre high school at the park to
Will Speak Tonight.
Hew W, II. ltiuiilc, pastor of tho Way
Milc llaptlst church, I'hlhittclphln, will
preach In 'the Shlloh Uaptlst church, .Mul
berry street nml Adams avenue, tonlKlit;
also each evening this week. All are In
vited. Hex. J. II. Huddle, pastor.
Vlolnted an Ordinance.
Daniel Mefjlyiin, the trick bicyclist
at Dixie's theater, wan nnested yester
day by Hlcycle I'ollccninii Harry Hope
well for violating a city ordinance by
riding a wheel without any handle bars.
He left a deposit of $." at police head
nilarteiH for a hearing at S o'clock tills
The Cooks' and Walters' Ball.
Tho members of Cooks nnd Walters'
union, No. I'd, will conduct a ball In
."Music Hall on October 1(1. Music will bo
furnished by the Star orchestra. The
committee of aiTiinguiiieiit.H comprise t lit)
following members: Tliomns Dobiu, Pat
rick Walsh. William Wllllker, Unhurt
Uray and John rjlnty.
Wants an Accordeon.
There Is an Italian at the Lackawanna
hospital who has been badly burned, but
who believes that his sufferings would
lie greatly alleviated If he could have an
nreordeoii. Any kind person who will
.end that musical Instrument to "Tony"
will not only receive his gratitude, but
that of the hospital staff.
Witnesses to Be Paid.
Wltncs-es In tl.e l.angstarf-ICelly eon
tiMcd election case from South Abington,
Newton nnd nil other districts north of
the mountain will be paid at It. K.
Whei.lcr's store, at ('lark's Summit, on
Thursday, October!!, and at Smith's hotel,
at Klectvlllo, on Friday. October id.
John J. nurkln,
.1. Courier Morris.
Attest: W. O. Daniels, Clerk. '
FEET TO HER DEATH
Mary Tricol Struck by a Train On
Bridge Near Nay Aug Her Com
Two Arabian women, Mary Zider nnd
Mary Tricol, were crossing the Erie's
high railroad bridge over the Hoarlng
brook just nbovu Nay Aug early last
night when they were struck by a wild
cat engine. The former was knocked
to ono side of the tracks and badly
Injincd while the Tricol woman was
hurled to her death below.
The women were peddlers and had
been selling goods' all day. They were
returning to their homes on Ninth
street in this city and had almost
crossed the bridge when the locomotive
came upon tliem. The engineer saw
tlieni too late and made an Ineffective
effort to stop the train,
The Tricol woman was struck a
glancing blow and fell on the up track.
The Tricol woman was tossed in tho
air and her body fell, a bruised and
formless mass, on the rocks sixty-live
feet below. It was removed to Under
taker l.etchworth's establishment where
It will be viewed this morning by Coro
The Zider woman was removed to tho
Lackawanna hospital where she was
found to have sustained serious bruises
about the back.
MANY COMMITTEES MET.
Number of Councilmanic Bodies
The llnance committee of the com
mon council met last night and de
cided to report favorably upon the or
dinance providing for the Issue of $100,
0C0 worth of bonds for tho purpose of
paying off all outstanding judgments
against the city, Actum on the other
bond ordinance, which provides for the
Issue of $.'J2S,000 worth of bonds for
various municipal Improvements, wan
deferred until tt later date. There Is
every reason to believe tluit this or
dinance will be very lunch amended
In its journey through councils.
The special comniltteo of councils, to
which the resolution directing tho
Kcr.'inton Hallway company to furnish
transfers from the Hellevue line to the
South Side lino and vice versa was re
committed, also met and decided to re
quest city Solicitor Watson for a more
detailed opinion, giving his reasons for
contending that the city cannot hope
for any success If an attempt Is made
to compel tho company to Issue trans
fers, between these two lines,
The parks committee met and decid
ed to report favorably upon the ordlii
itiu'o providing for a system of rules
and regulations for the government of
the city parks, This ordinance was In
troduced in common council four
The auditing committee met and ap
proved of all bids presented for con
Hlderatlon, Still u llfth committee, tho
judiciary of select council, was to have
met, but no quorum was present,
PRIZES WERE DISTRIBUTED.
Boys of B. I. A. Who Made Best
Recotds Receive Rewards,
Last spring Director Lincoln Itarnes,
of the Hoys' Industrial association, of.
fered prizes for the boys who made
the best attendance records and who
did the best work In the several de
partments during the next six mouths.
These prizes, twenty-one III number,
were jjlveii out last night, after an Im
promptu entertainment in the club
looms, .Miss Moredock recited a nemo
dialect selection and Mr. Kieiclilel
played a violin solo. Mr. Hariics guvo
an Interesting little talk on the work
of the association and then mid u list
of the prize winners.
The prizes given Were of various
hinds, ranging from a subscription to
the Sclentlllc American's architectural
supplement, for the best work In ar
chitectural drawing, to a handsome
framed picture of President Roosevelt
to the boy whose attendance had been
TEST IS NOW
TO BE MADE
Will the Guarantee ot Full Protec
tion to Workmen Result In a
Breaking U) ol the Strike.
FOR EACH COLLIERY
With the Whole Division of the Na
tional Guard In the Field There
Will Be About Half a Company
Available for Each of the Four
Hundred and Thirty Mining Oper
ations In the Anthracite Region.
Nothing Developed Yesterday to
Indicate That the Failure of Fri
day's Conference at tho White
House Had a Disheartening Effect
on the Strikers.
Tilt calling out of the entire national
guard for duty in the strike region will
put to a test the claim of the operators
that a large number of their old em
ployes lire only restrained from return
ing to work by fear of vlulmce to
themselves, their families and their
There Is 10,000 men In round numbers
In the whole division of the Pennsyl
vania guard. J ii the anthracite region
there are 4:i0 mine operations. Scatter-
LIKPTKNANT DAVID J. DAVIS,
lug the guardsmen about all these
workings there would be L'.'l men for
each working. The companies claim
there are now 17,00a men at work In
and about the mines. If 17,000 more
went to work it would mean a breaking
up of the strike. With .St.OOO men at
work there would be a soldier to guard
every four men.
In Lackawanna and the Wyoming
district of Luzerne county there uro 217
of the total of 4"0 mine operations.
Should the troops be distributed pro
rata these two localities, comprising
the 1'ulted Mine Workers first district,
would have an allotment of f,i!Sl
soldiers or more than half the guard.
Lackawanna county alone would have
2.."00 men or nearly four regiments. At
present there Is one regiment in Lacka
wanna county and another Is stationed
on the line between Lackawanna and
Colonel Watres received an Intima
tion yesterday that more troops were
to be called, but up to a late hour,
last night, he had learned nothing
definite- as to what additional troops
would come to this region.
Tt was expected that yesterday would
witness a repetition of the- disorder
which has characterized so many Mon
day mornings of late, but contrary to
these expectations the day was one of
the most quiet the strike period has
There was a general anticipation that
the failure of the White Mouse confer
ence to effect an Immediate settlement
of the strike would have n dishearten
ing effect on the strikers and cause
many of those who were wnverlng and
those who had deserted the companies
at the solicitation of the strikers' emis
saries to return to work, The strike
leaders shared in this belief and hud
extra pickets out to prevent a possible
Hacking back to the mines, but it de
veloped there was no occasion for this
extra vigilance. There was not even
the first semblance of a break In the
Only one company reported anything
approaching an unlawful attempt to
Interfere with Its workmen, This was
the Delaware and Hudson company,
lCmployes of the Marvlue have had to
run a gauntlet of strikers' pickets every
morning, but the most pleasant experi
ence the workmen have had to contend
with was an occasional opprobrious
epithet, yesterday morning, however,
on account of the extra pickets, no
doubt, these workmen were In many
Instances, held up and threatened with
dire disaster If they did not quit,
MADE NO GAINS.
None of tho companies made any
claim of remarkable gains In their
working forces. Kneh averred that
new men had been secured but not one
of them would say that at any ono
colliery there was a gain to the work
ing force that was worthy of mention.
To sum It all up there was nothing
occurring yesterday that could be tor
tured Into ft break In Hie strikers'
ranks at any locality In tlie.-i) parts.
Al the olllces of the large companies
intltnallons weie given that movements
tiro on loot among miners In several
plmeso return to work In good-sized
crowds, but tho oltlclals were holiest
enough to say that they have, been ills-
Oot a constant headache-.' Ten chaiic'.-a
to one the seuvt ol your suffering Is that
"white man's binden." caiarrli. Ileiv's
a sentenco from one man's evld-nce for
Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder: "Ono
application Bine me instant relief cleared
lln iiumiI iMKsagon and slopped lh pain
In my head " It's a quirk, safu and sure
treatment, and It never full to cine.
Dr. Asiiew's Heart Care Is for
heart, stomach and nerves, 24
Sold by Win. G. Clark and II. C. San-lUrko.!.
appointed frequently before in similar
There are some who figure out that
this second conference which Is being
arranged by President Roosevelt may
be productive of good results, but as his
plan of action, as forecast In yester
tlny's dispatches, contemplates n sur
render or the miners without nothing
achieved further than it promise to see
that they are fairly dealt with if they
go back to work, those who know the
temper of the miners' leaders will hesi
tate to grow hopeful of the second con
ference being more cfllcai'lotts tlinii the
An attempt to blow up the dwelling
house at 021 Kellerman court at 1
o'clock Sunday morning, occupied by
Max Lazzar and fatuity, wan brought
to light at a hearing before Alderman
Ituddy yesterday afternoon.
Lnzzar Is employed at the Dodge
mine, and continued at work in order
In support bis family. Several attempts
have been made to wreck his home,
and It has been necissary to have some
one on guard at night to Insure safety
for the occupants.
WAS ON GUARD.
Sunday morning, he alleges, while he
was on gunrd, Allan Plzlnalskl, of 105
Maple street, came to Lazzar's house,
broke a window and through It passed
a quart bottle filled with powder, In
which three mine sqlllbs were placed
The explosive was placed on a table
Inside the window, and was discovered
by Lazzar, who moused bis nephew,
Mat Lazzar, ami the latter, at the risk
of bis life, succeeded In extinguishing
the lighted squibs before they explod
ed. Seven people were In the house at
the time, nnd all their lives were In
danger, and they allege that they live
in constant fear of violence, Plzlnofskl
was placed under arrest and at the
hearing It developed thnt he Is already
tinder ball for previous similar offences.
He was held In $1,000 bull for bis
appearance at court. Altogether, Plz
lnofskl Is under $1,800 ball, and one of
his cases Is scheduled In court this
week, and another at the next term of
Colonel Watres eatne to Scrauton.
yesterday, and while here had Inter
! views with a number of attorneys con
cerning the powers of the militia in
the matter or anticipating trouble.
The colonel Is satisfied that at the
Hidge. Sterrick Creek, Orassy Island
anil some other places there are men
of anarchical tendencies who Incite
others to breaches of the peace and In
one Instance that there Is drilling going
on among foreign strikers. The colonel
does not believe it is necessary for him
nnd his men to wait for a demonstra
tion of lawlessness on the port of these
people before taking steps against
them, and proposes If the law is on
bis side to do some preventative work.
THEY ARE NOT DREAMS.
That some of the reports along this
line which come to Colonel Watres are
not idle dreams was proven Sunday
when he sent Major Holding and two
companies of soldiers to search the
bouse of fiulsseppl I'aprlllo at tho
nidge. It was reported to the colonel
that foreigners at the Hldge were drill
ing dally; that every man In that re
gion owned a shot gun and that a large
consignment of ammunition had been
received by Paprlllo. Sunday, Paprlllo
was arrested while skulking about
Company I.'s outpost, armed with a
shot gun and eight rounds of shells.
"When his house was searched 1,200
rounds of ammunition were discovered.
Joseph Paprlllo, alias Ouiscppo Pap
rlllo. who was arrested at the rtldge
Archbnld, on Sunday, for attempting
to shoot a soldier named William Hel
ler, was held in $1,000 ball yesterday
by Alderman Kasson. Joseph Casscsse,
of Lackawanna avenue, qualified as
11 Is remarkable and almost marvel
ous that the Thirteenth regiment hos
pital has not as yet had a patient.
Some few men with Indigestion, or
something of that kind have been In
for a few hours at a time, but not one
of the four cots has yet had an occu
pant for twelve hours at a stretch.
Major Keller, the chief surgeon at
tributes the healthfulness of the sold
iers to the fact that the camp Is well
situated as regards hygiene; that the
water Is good, nnd that the soldiers are
taking extra precautions because of the
bad weather. What Is most remarkable
of all, In this regard. Is that no soldier
has been doctored for a cold.
The shower baths have been Installed
and arc now In working order. The
men can go Into a warm building, and
enjoy a bath In warm water,
EIGHTH'S QUIET DAY.
The members of the Eighth regiment
spent another quiet day yesterday, re
ceiving no calls to supress any disorder
and passed both morning and afternoon
Colonel Hoffman was ill during the
day and as a consequence no further
action was taken in the case of the six
soldleis whom be claims were unjustly
arrested by Chief of Police Cosgrove
last Friday night. A formal demand
for the money paid over by the men
will be made today and the arrest of
the chief will probably follow, The
court martial of the soldiers for break
ing through the guard line was also
put off till today.
The Klghth regiment had Its fourth
call for duty since It has been camped
In this region on Sunday night when
Sheriff Scliadt requested that n com
pany be sent to the Lawrence colliery
of the Lehigh Valley company which
Is Just barely within this county.
Two Italian women had arrived In
the Italian settlement near the mine
on Friday last from over the sea and
were besieged with proposals of mar
riage. They were a little bit doubtful
os to the best men to pick out and so
they jjiivo ' party and Invited all the
candidates to be present so that a com
parative estimate of them might be
made. A keg of beer was tapped and
a number of the men became intoxicat
An assault on the colliery was pro
posed by some of the bolder spirits and
a number of the drunken men followed
the lead of these. Several shots were
fired at the breaker and the guards,
Slf-peellug serious trouble, appealed lo
the sheriff, who appealed to Colonel
Company P was dispatched to the
scene and half of the command remain
ed oh guard all night. The Italians
dispersed mi the approach of the sol
dlers and there was no fun her trouble.
S 1,000 REWARD
Will be paid by" The Hillside Coal
and Iron Company to any person se
curing the arrest and conviction of
the person or persons who murdered
John J. Mullen, an employe of this
company, at Suiithville, Luzerne
county, Pennsylvania, on the even
ing of October 1st, 1002. Detailed
information concerning' the murder
will ba furnished to reliable parties,
upon written application to
W. A. MAY,
DATE FOR THE
MRS. ULMER AND FRED SMITH
NAME OCT. 15.
They left Yesterday Afternoon for
Enston Where Smith Will Be the
Guest of Mrs. Ulmer for a Week
to Give Hint an Opportunity to
Famllarlze Himself with Her Sur
roundings and Worldly Affairs.
Denies All Knowledge of Bartender
Ulmer Who Wns Interviewed.
The romance attached to the brief
courtship of Mrs. A. .1. t'imor of Kaston,
and Fred Smith, of this city, still goes
on uninterruptedly notwithstanding
the printed reports about her alleged
bartender-husband, and unless some
thing happens to dash Smith's hopes to
the ground, he hopes to be united In
tnurrlage to Mrs. t'liuer at Kaston at
7 o'clock on Wednesday evening. Oct,
In conversation with a Tribune man
yesterday afternoon, Mrs. 1'lmer reiter
ated the statement that she Is the
widow of A. J, t'liuer, whom she mar
ried when she was but n school girl
and he wns well advanced In years.
At his death she says she Inherited a
large fortune. j
Her piano and organ factory, she
says, Is located at Odemlllertown, about
a mile from Kaston, and Is mnnnged by
William Allen, and sixty-eight people
ure employed there. She gave her
place of residence as 471 Northampton
street, Kaston. She says she Is a
business woman, and does not know the
man who claims to be her husband.
SHK LKFT II EH Pt'RSK.
,Mrs. Smith and her prospective bus
band arranged to leave the city at 2.18
o'clock yesterday afternoon over the
Delaware and Hudson road, but when
they reached the station she discovered
that she had either lost or left her
purse, containing $2f, at the Smith
home In Petersburg.
They got the purse and returned In
time to take the 4. 3.. train for Wllkes
Harre and catch the Black Diamond
express for Kaston, arriving there at
8 o'clock last -evening. Mrs. Timer In
tends to have Mr. Smith spend the
next week at Kaston as her guest, and
Investigate for himself and learn that
everything is just as she has represent
ed it to him.
She has met his relatives and Inquir
ed about his standing in this com
munity and Is entirely satisfied with
him. She does not want hlni to marry
her until he has satisfied himself that
she Is free to marry whom she pleases
and is in possession of the piano fac
tory and the fortune.
Mrs. Timer attributes all the notor
iety she has received in this city to a
man named Charles Stimson. to whom
she gave "the marble heart," as she
put it. the day she met Smith. She
asserts that he then swore to "get
even" with her and cause her all the
trouble he could. She admitted that
everything printed In the Tribune
about her was correct.
Regarding the man In Kaston who
claims to be her husband, Mrs. Timer
thinks It Is some bartender who read
the story of her engagement to Smith
and sought to obtain notoriety by pub
lishing the statements printed In the
Kaston Free Press. She threatens to
prosecute the man and bring suit
against the paper for defamation of
DATK OF WKDD1NG.
Roth Smith and Mrs. Ulmer admitted
their engagement .to The Tribune man,
and said the wedding will take place
on the evening of October IB. It Is their
Intention to return to Scrantou after
the wedding for a few days, and will
probably postpone their trip to Kurope
until spring, owing to the lateness of
Smith has Invited n number of his
relatives and fi lends to attend the wed
ding nnd Mrs. Timer has assured all
who attend a cordial reception and a
good time. The couple seem very
much attached to each other, and take
the notoriety they have received in
Mrs. Timer Is a rather good looking
Woman, a stylish dresser and a good
conversationalist. She says she is 2m
years old, nnd Smith is three years
younger. She was rather disinclined to
talk about her wealth, but said, "If
1 did not have money, you don't sup
pose I could travel around the way 1
The published story about Mrs. Ti
mer having a husband la Kaston
rather upset Smith and for a time be
said he did riot know where he was at,
but her messages and telegrams re
assured htm and her presence here
during the past three days restored his
faith in her.
A DARING RESCUE.
Brakeman John Smith Snatches a
Child from Death.
"Who does not remember reading In
the llfth reader at school about the
brave trainman who clambered, out on
the pilot of a lastly moving locomotive
nml snatched a little, falr-liulrcd girl
from certain death','
It was thrilling but it didn't sound
true and yet precisely a .similar thing
was done yesterday morning by Hrnke
man John Smith, of the Ontario and
Smith was in the cab of the engine
which was drawing a train at high
speed into Olyplinnt yesterday morn
ing, and lie saw near the station a
little Kill upon the track only a few
hundred feet ahead.
He called the attention of the engi
neer, wlio applied the brakes, but there
was no chalice of stopping the train
before it reached the child. Smith real
ized tliis In an Instant, and the next
lie was swinging out along the foot
board and onto the front of the suort
InK steel horse.
He lay down, and stretching out his
arms caiib'bt the hair of the little girl
as. the engine reached her, ami lifting
her Into the air dropped her to one
side of the track. It was all done in a
few seconds and people who witnessed
the act were loud III their praise, of
the plucky and quick-witted brakeman.
The Old Camper
has for forty-live years bad one article
In his supply Horden's Kagle Hi'and
Condensed .Milk. It gives to soldiers,
sailors, hunters, campers and miners a
dally comfort, "like the old home."
Delicious in coffee, tea and chocolate.
Superior Court iu Session.
D.v Kicliiiliu Wire from The AseoclatcJ 1'iWJ. ,
Philadelphia. Oct. 5. The state Huperlor
court opened Its full session Iu this city
tai'. No dnJilotis wcro handed down.
GIVES A gEST TO A BETE
AT NOON, OR A CROWN
TO A FEAST AT NICHT.
NOSK HtrCH MIXCR MEAT l
laubnito(vnoii;it tor two pics;.
I Flannels and
for Fall and
Our stock Is now complete in every detail nnd well merits tho
attention of Intending buyers.
There are fashions in Blankets nnd Flannels juct as there
are fads' nnd fancies In dress goods. You will find the cor
rect fnshions and good qualities only at McConnell & Co.'s.
OUTING FLANNELS 1,000
fancy styles. All the newest art
stripes or solid colors. Here you
ing for (the yard)
NEW EIDERDOWNS All
wide. Full assortment of qualitie-3.
HEAVY, COSY DOMETS For Bath Robes in handsome de
signs. Soft, dark or high colorings. See our special value (n
at (the yard) ' &J
dren's wear nnd other skirtings.
broidered Skirting Flannel offered this week at.
R.PT.TA'RT.'R TtT. ATJTfP.TS tlilsi
the subject of how much coal you
No house in the cltv can
Blankets, and ours is a clenn,
the kinds in all the colorings and at all prices.
COTTON BLANKETS from 45c the pair and up. We open a
very special value in a fullllx4 white or grey cotton Blanket.
Absolutely clean, soft cotton, extra weight, fancy borders Q j
at (the pair) Ot)t
ALL WOOL BLANKETS At all prices, but our leader will
sell for S5.00 the pair. It measures full 11x4 size, is pure, soft
wool in both warp and woof, has
equal to any
i.00 blanket we
flcConnell & Co. I
The Satisfactory Sfcor:.
A new line lias just arrived. The pick of the Fall Styles.
Easily the largest and finest line on exhibition in Scranton.
Prices lower than elsewhere. 'Phone us about Renovatlug
Carpets and Mattresses.
F A, KAISER, Manager.
Lackawanna and Adams.
4 b $ $ 5 ! 3 ? 4 fr v ! ! !
I If You Want
N. A. HULBERT,
Various Makes of Pianos at All Prices. Old In-
f struments Taken in Exchange.
into wholesomeness is "on
lager." All AnheuserBusch
beers are thus "lagered" until
perfect for use.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass n
S, Louis, U, S, A,
TSreWers of the famous Budwelser, Mlchclob, Black Ct Tan, Faust,
Hole Lager, Anheuser-SUndard, Export iale and Exquisite,
FOUND DEAD IN BED.
Mrs. Hattie Dobbins' Body Discov
ered by Family,
Mrs. Ilatlle Dobbins, of ir.17 Von
Stoic it avenue, was found deail In bed
early yesterday morning by members
of the family. Coroner Sultry derided,
ufter an examination, that heart dls-
-eld by nil --rnci-r (it t(l c-enNii
Aicrreii - noiuu to. s-yracuse, . . i .
pieces of new goods in plain and J
patterns, as well ns tho staple S
can get a good heavy out- g J
, uL J,
colors, three-quarters and full yard V
Pure Wool Saxonies for chll- 0
Look nt our special Em
toIII sltvplv pnftn vnnv mlnrl nn 0
have in the collar,
serve you better In the mntter
new stock, from start to finish.
handsome, fancy borders nnd Is
have seen so far. Our
400-402 Lackawanna Avs.
J' 'i i I ! 4 i ! 4 ? ! 4 ! 4 C
for Cash or on Easy
Payments, Call on
117 Wyoming Avenue
JCL JEw JlX
SCUAN ION, I'A.
fiine was (lie cause of death, and
deemed .in Imiuest unnecessary, ,
The dead woman Is survived by ,p.
Iiusliaml and the follow Iiik children,:
Fred, Irvln and llnrla, of this city, aivd
Kdward, of (leneva, N. Y. The funeral
will be held from the residence tomor
row afternoon at l!.30 o'clock, and in
terment will be mude In the Forest