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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1902,
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Q THE t'.ODERN HARDWARE STORE.
V Tor winter. Don't neglect
V the old home. Add the
& greatest of nil modern hu
rt provoments. A
Baso burner nncl hot nir
clrculntor duplex grato and
Three sizes for hard coal.
X Foote & Shear Co.
Q U9 Washington Ave.
of Miisic and flrf
Offers the exceptional advan
tage of Piano and Organ study
with Mr. Sumner Salter, an
artist teacher of recognized
standing in the musical world.
Register now. 604 Linden st.
Another small lot of
at a low figure. Now is the time for
the investor to take advantage of
the low market.
I. F. HEGARGEL & CO.
Stocks, Bonds and Securities,
Get "The ,
On Your Linen.
308-310 Penn Avenue.
A. B. WABMAlf.
Dr. C. L. Prey is out of town Tor the
Colonel IC. II. Itlpplo went to Washing
ton, I. C, j-e to rd ay.
Mr. a nil airs. K. 10. Ncttlcton have re
turned homo, utter a month sojourning
at Cumberland, Tonn.
A. T. Biidsomun, of Now Yotk, travel
ling auditor ol" the Lackawanna lalhoad,
was in the city jcstcidiiy.
1 James .1. Kelly, John It. Kolly and Wil
liam Fahv left yei-terday for a tour of
fcvoral weeks through the South.
.tunic? t'aldon, Walter Hatfield and Al
beit ISldlingmaor Jolt on thu late train
Sunday liisht for Now York city, on a.
lion. n. W. Arehhald, of tho Vnitcd
Slates distiiet court, went to Phlludel
1 hla yiMciday, whore ho presided hi the
court of appeals.
Jlrs. Jlyiddln Jones and daughter, of
Oihiikc, X J., n ro i-pondluK the month of
October with Mr-. K. II. Hrownintr, of
Yesterday's Wilkos-Haiio Loader an
nounced the onsaRoment ot Miss Jessica
L. Bctterly, or Wilkes-H.irie, to 1. Silas
, Walter, of Scranton.
I.ewlston X. Isaac, vaudeville ntanlst.
lato of Proctor's Fifth Avenuo theater.
New York, has been onsiiKod an director
of inuslo at tho Dl.slo theater.
Captain I1, DoLucy and daughter, Mrs.
M. P. Itocne, of Capotiso avenue, left yos
tetd.iy niornlim- for Washington, to attend
tho Grand Army of the Itepuhllc encamp
ment. Pillion Sheldy, ot Pino (liove. Pa., (list
lieutenant of Company U. Might h rcgl
inent, stationed at Duryea, was the guest
of tho Hank brothers) hi this city on
Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. Schlebol, ot Kim.
hurst, have Issued Invitations to tho mar
rlage of their daughter, Carolyne Loh
luifdt, to Joseph '. Hudmaii, of Iluft'alo,
on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at r, o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Slcklcr und family
of I'hllo street, loft ycMeulny morning
for San Plego, Cnl., whero they expect
to niako their futuio home. Mr. Slcrs-
ier conducted a drug stoio on Piovldenco
Road for thu past (If teen ycais.
Charles D, Oldknow, of the Temple
llron company engineering department.
Ims resigned to accept position of mining
engineer tor mo uuriiiio ami Susquehanna
-o.ii ami uokg company, nuh lioudiiunr-
Iteis, ut Pit Hols, Clearllold, county, I'a,
St. Thomas College.
The evening classes will ho lesiuupd
it St, Thomas college on Monday, Oe-
oljrr 13th. Ten painstaking lnstruc
ors are on liiinil. Classes In reading,
.polling, uutlimetjc, Kruiiiniui', cones-
pondence, bookkeeping, shorthand and
Particular nttontluu given to back
ward students. Special class prenara-
fory to civil bervlee examinations,
For particulars cull on, or address
RrotllOr 1 Aiuliau nmLl.lnnl
m II .1 .
Miss Le Vay at Hotel Jermyn,
Tuesday. Oct. 7th. with exclusive stvlea
In Millinery, Miss Le Yay'wlll not be
n cranion again for two weeks,
IfRUITKD W1I13AT sounds good-
bics ueucious, uoursen sells It. '
llTTKD In Scranton. Pa.. Oct. I, 190?,
I air. ami Airs, jolin Wlilttcd, of Si
ckawuiuia avenue, a boy.
SO SAID JUItY BY DIRECTION OF
Commonwealth Showed That the Boy
Killed Mary Kublus by Striking
Her with an Iron Rivet but Did
Not Prove His Criminal Capacity.
Pirst of the Numerous Strike Cases
Was Tried nnd a Conviction Re
sulted Frank McVittlo Enters a
Plea of Guilty.
Tcn-yeitr-nhl Stephen Chlckurc, ot
Wlnton, was yesterday returned not
guilty of the murder of little Mary
Kublus, nt Wlnton, on June 4 last, the
commonwealth not having proved tho
criminal caimclly of the boy.
The case was called for trlul before
Judge Ferris, In Xo. !l, and It was
shown that on June 4 lust a. number of
children were playing around a hydrant
in fiont of the homo of Mr. and Mrs,
John Kublus, at Wlnton. Their
daughter, Mary, who lacked a month of
being 10 years of age, chased the chil
dren away from the hydrant, except
one little girl named Chlckurc, who re
fused to go, and Mary Kublus pulled
This angered Stephen Chlckurc, tho
girl's brother, and ho started In pur
suit of Mary Kublus. Not being able
to ovcrtuke her he pulled an Iron rivet
from his pocket nnd throw It at the
Blrl, striking: her behind the car and
fracturing the skull. She died almost
Instantly. The commonwealth called
Coroner J. F. Saltry, County Detective
W. A. Phillips, Constable William
Hell, John Kublus nnd the Intter's wife
After the commonwealth rested At
torney T. P. Duffy, who represented
the defendant, asked the court to give
binding instructions to the jury to re
turn a verdict of not guilty on the
ground that the criminal capacity ot
thu defendant iiad not been shown by
the commonwealth and the law says
that in tho case of a child between
the ages of 7 and 14 the criminal cap
acity of the accused must be proved
as Is any other fact In the ease.
Attorneys Louis Gramcr and Joseph
Gllruy, representing the prosecution,
objected to tho request of Mr. Duffy,
but Judge Ferris said it was a correct
statement of the law, and in the nb
sencc of any evidence concerning the
criminal capacity ot tho defendant he
directed a verdict of not guilty.
Yesterday was the first day of the
October term of criminal court, and the
list that confronted the judges had 079
cases on. it. Judge K. C. Xewcomb is
presiding in the main court room this
week, Judge IT. M. 'Kdwurds In Xo. 2,
and Judge George S. Ferris, of Lu
zerne county, in Xo. 3. The libel case
of Wade M. Finn against W. W.
Scranton, which was the second case
on yesterday's list, was continued until
The first of the numerous cases grow
ing out of tho strlkp which will be
tried this term, was called before Judge
Edwards in Xo. 2. where Mrs. Minnie
Borden and Mrs. Josephln6 McCouskl,
of Priceburg, were arraigned for com
mitting an assault and battery on John
Button, ii neighbor, who Is a pump
runner at the Johnson mine at Price
burg. Burton's story was that on the
evening of July 'Si last, lie as on his
way home from work when the two
defendants met him. Tliey had a num
ber of stones In their aprons, and utter
calling him a "scab" and like names
they pelted him with stones. His tes
timony was corroboiated by three wit
nesses. DEFEXSE A DENIAL.
The defense was a complete denial ot
the stone throning. The women said
that Button was crossing Mrs. Mc
Couski's lot nnd they told him not to
do that. Ho replied by calling them
vile names. They hud some woids, but
no stones were tin own. Attorneys Jo
seph O'TJrien and J. E. Burr, of the
Xew Yoik, Ontario and Western com
pany, conducted tho prosecution, und
Attorney John J, Murphy, counsel for
the mine workers, the defense. The
jury found both women guilty, but rec
ommended them to the extreme mercy
of the court,
James Cook, of Priceburg, was tried
before Judge Xewcomb for tho theft of
coal picked on one of the dumps at
Priceburg. Frank Yurko said the coal
was picked by him and was his prop
erly, and that Cook had It carted to
his home, Cook declared that he
picked the coal. Both parties had a
number of witnesses to support their
claim to ownership. The jury found
Chauncey C. Johnson did not appear
to prosecute n charge of larceny by
bailee against Harry Snlt7., and a ver
dict of not guilty was taken. When
tho case against Xazareuo Pascollnl,
charged, with felonious wounding and
carrying concealed weapons, was called,
It was reported Unit the accused is
now in Italy, and tho cases were
marked off the list. Superintendent ot
Police Day was the prosecutor.
Ball was forfeited and a capias Issued
in each of those cases: James Car
luccl, lai cony and receiving; Anthony
Miilhukey, prosecutor. Joseph Spltzer,
selling on Sunday; Hobert Wilson,
Frank McVlttle pleaded guilty to is
suing a bogus check nnd was sentenced
to twelve months In the county Jail,
He drew a check for $:. In the namo of
11, G, Edwards, on tho First National
batik, endorsed It. and passed It on
Joseph Burros, the keeper of n lunch
wagon. Kato Toomey, who was arrest
ed at Buffalo for the theft of a number
of articles from Mrs. Kelly's hotel on
Penu avenue, entered a plea of guilty
and had sentence suspended for tho
reason that a sister is willing to take
charge of her, and that she has been
In the county Jail tor four months
William Greanie. a 10-year-old boy,
who lives In West Scranton, pleaded
guilty to tho charge of burglarizing
the store of A. Iludat, at ttoblnson and
Chestnut streets, and was sent to the
Huntington nefornmtury by Judge
A, II, Adams, who sawed his way out
of the county Jail one Sunday night
In the latter part of August, pleaded
guilty. Myrtle Hill and Nellie Wll
llapis, who are accused of assisting
Adams to escape, will be arraigned to
day. Webber's Good Namo Damaged.
William Webber Is tho plaintiff In an
action In trespass begun yesterday to
recover $2,000 damages.
It Is alleged by the plaintiff, through
Attorney It. A. Zimmerman, thut on
Aug. 2 last, at a hearing before Alder-
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director.
Q04 LINDEN STREET.
man Myron Kasson, Merger said, In the
presence of a number of witnesses
that Webber "swore false and I will
prove It." This declaration, the plain
tiff says, has greatly Injured him, and
he nsks the amount ot damages above
Crisson Against Crisson.
A hearing In the divorce case of Clara
Crisson against John Crisson was con
ducted, yesterday, before Judge Xew
comb. Ex-Judge II. A. Knapp ap
peared for tho llbcllant.
Testimony by Mrs. Crisson, the llbcl
lant; Frank Bnuscltinoyer and Mrs.
Dietrich, neighbors, was to the effect
that Crisson was a dissolute fellow;
that ho left his wife July 15, ISO.", ami
that nothing lias been heard of him
since In Moscow, where the parties re
side, The Crlssons were married In
1S70 at Etmhurst.
Wants n Receiver Appointed.
Solomon Goldsmith yesterday began
a suit in equity against the Victory
Oil Filler company of which Samuel
Kramer Is president; George D. Taylor,
secretary and Joseph Levy, treasurer.
Goldsmith has a judgment against
the company of $501.50 nnd as there is
no way of collecting the debt from the
company he usks that a receiver be
appointed and that the company be
compelled to assign to the receiver its
letters patent, the receiver to sell thoin
to satisfy the judgment.
Want to Revoke Licenses.
Robert Wilson, agent for the Muni
cipal league, ycstoiduy asked the court
for rules to show cause why tho hotel
licenses of Charles Moore, of 103 Lacka
wanna avenue; Dominic F. Beddlng
ton, of Sul Penn avenue; Thomas J.
llayden, of 447 Penn avenue, nnd An
thony Lundy, of 229 Wyoming avenuo,
should not bo revoked.
Tho petitions In each case sot forth
that the revocation of the license is
asked for the reason that liquor has
been sold on Sunday In the place.
Judge Edwards held a session of nat
uralization court yesterday, and tho
following were made citizens:
Dunmore John Sdvone, Mike Yuliai,
Joseph Giip, Peter Szlcsok. John Itns
surk, Joseph Itobllcz, John Odvone, Peter
Vandllng Joseph Slrgolus, Andrus
Jermyn David J. Jenkins, John Pitrto.
Scianton Michael Yukas, Abraham
FernbeiR, George AIlli Nicholas (Egypt),
Mogib Kollo Vomits (Turkey).
Carbondale Soulo Cordomouo.
Olyplmnt Michael JJomniez.
Old Forgo Joe Moyulflco.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
A marriage license was granted yester
day to Frank Long and Mary Itosar.
Court jeoterday conllrmed finally the
report ot the viewers, vacating the pub
lic load In ISoailng Brook and Madison
The polling place of the Second ward of
Ulakcly was yesterday changed to the
premises of John 15. Williams, at Main
and Scott btrects.
Thomas W. Walklns having resigned
the position of judge ot election of tho
Second district of the Fourth ward, Wil
liam Hughes win named as his successor.
Alexander Merlesgowskl, a flood suf
ferer, yesterday brought suit against the
Scranton Steel company and the Wllkos
Barro and Scranton Hallway company, to
In the dlvoice case of Allen Smith
against Sarah Smith, a rule for a decioo
in dlvoice was granted yosteiday. Thu
hearing is fixed for Oct. IS. In the case
of Alice Dunn against Alexander Dunn,
Jr.. an alln- subpoena was Issued.
Tho Delaware and Hudson company
yesterday began an amicable action In
electmoiit against George Crabb, tn ic
eovcr possession of the promises at 41.",
Ea-t Market stieet, which Crabb has had
under lease. He has admitted that lie
owes four months rent.
Attorney P. V. Lougliran yosteiday filed
an application for u charter for tho Citi
zen's Itussian club, of Scranton, the ob
ject of which is "in piomote Intoicour.-o
and friendship among Its members by 'so
cial enjoyment and the piomoltou of so
ciability among Its members."
WEDDED IN NEW YORK.
Edward Holland Formerly of This
City Harried to Miss Hood.
Edward Holland, son of Mr, and Mrs.
A. D. Holland, was married on Satur
day in Xew York, His bible was Miss
Hood, ii daughter of the late confeder
ate general of great distinction, The
ceremony wns performed lu the Church
of the Transfiguration, "Tho Little
Church Around the Corner,' and was
witnessed by Judge and Mrs, E. ' X.
Willard, and Major and Mis. Warren,
of this city.
' Mr. Holland bus friends by tho mul
titude In Scranton, who, while congrat
ulating him In his hnpplurss, will regret
that ho Is to remove to Xew Orleans,
where he will enter upon the undertak
ing ot large business interests. Few
young men In this city have won more
Wo handle but ono kind of but
ter, and that the '
Ginulfu Elin Craamary, 24c
Direct from ELGIN. ILLINOIS, It
is by far thu mint Delicious,
Sweetest Butter inado. Otheis ad
vertise It, inn none Keep n,
That Coffee Again
I llko to talk about Coffcn bo
causo It's worth talking about.
It's thu sliest Mocha and Java
hloudcd to tho Ouceu's taste, and
would cost you -we, at most stores,
inn wo sun u u pounds 101-
"Most exiiulslte cofleo I ever
drank!" exclaims another delighted
lady, who Is an excellent Judgo of
Our "'c. tllplo blend Is delicious
and equal to any t'Uc. ot So gtadu
sold at me groceiy.
The Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co.
411 Lackawanna avontie, 331
Noith Mum avenue, 'mono 7J-J
Prompt delivery. Xew 'phone isj.
Arc offered by the Conservatory for Piano
forte Instruction to Students of all grades, from
beginners to prospective professionals. N
Students can begin now.
BIG CONTRACT LET.
Ruch nnd Miller, of Philadelphia,
Will Build Nineteenth Dis
The contract for the construction of
the big twelve mile Nineteenth district
sower was yesterday awarded to Huch
and Miller, of ViW Arch street, Phila
delphia, who were tho only bidders,
Uocorcler Council and Director ot Pub
lic Works Itocho made the award.
The bid received from this firm was
ns follows: Sewer complete with Pierce
casting basins. $2,777 per lineal foot;
sower complete with stone covered
basins. $2.SS per lineal foot; extra stone
covered basins, $95 ench; extra Pierce
casting basins, $05 each; extra man
holes, $50 each; extra house connec
tions, $.50 per lineal foot. ,
This bid wns accompanied by a certl
ned check for $1,500. It comes within
$4.12 of Chief Engineer Phillips' esti
mate of $180,000, thus offsetting the
claim nt local contractors that this
estimate Is too low to afford a reason
able margin of profit to tho firm under
taking the work.
Director of Public Works Roche said
yesterday afternoon that as far us lie
lias been able to learn the llrm is a
thoroughly responsible one.
"They are ready to put up a National
Surety company bond In tho sum of
$100,000 for the faithful performance ot
the work," he said, "ami will be able
to commence work next week."
FUNERAL OF MRS. GEARHART.
Services Were Conducted by the Rev.
The funeral ot Mrs. W. If. Gcarhurt
took place yesterday afternoon at 2.S0
o'clock, at the family residence on Mon
roe avenue. Seldom has such an im
pressive service been hold In this city.
Seldom have been seen such a wilder
ness of exquisite (lowers to bloom about
the resting place .of the dead.
Rev. Joseph Odell conducted the ser
vices. Thu theme of his remarks was
"For me to die is gain." Barely lifting
was his tribute to the beautiful life
gone out too early the life which, ho
said, had so singularly exemplified
Clitlst, so richly Influenced, the place
It held In the world. That dear Influ
enca will never be absent from those
who knew the dead wife nnd mother in
her gentleness and grace.
The music was particularly beautiful.
Mr. Chance was the conductor. The
quartette consisted of Mrs. Alfred Gutli
elnz, Miss Garagim, Messrs. Robertson
and Ralph Williams. Director Price
was in charge of the funeral.
ST. THOMAS' MET DEFEAT.
Bloomsburg Normal Eleven Played
All Around Them.
A picked team of foot ball players
from St. Thomas' college went to
Bloomsburg yesterday to play the Nor
mal School team, nnd were defeated
by the score of 5'J-0.
Tho local boys were simply outclassed
and on thnt account failed to score.
Their line-up wns as follows: Hlggins,
centre; Ruane, light guard: Burke,
left guaid; Gruener, left tackle; Caf
frcy, right tackle; E. McIIugh, right
end; Gallagher, left end; Farrell, full
back; Cusick, quarterback; Cooney,
right half; J. McIIugh, left half.
Twenty minute halves were played,
the best work for tho Scranton boys
being done by Hlggins, Ruano and 10.
McIIugh. O'Malley was refeieo; Fos
ter, umpire, and Ryan, timekeeper. The
latter played In part of the game, Cu
sick being slightly injured,
MANY ORDERS ON HAND.
Rush at Shops of American locomo
The rush of work at the Dickson
worsts of the American Locomotive
company still keeps up, nnd recently an
order was iccelved fiom tho Delaware
and Hudson company for thirty en
gines, fourteen switching and sixteen
of the consolidated type.
The company has just completed an
order of ten locomotives for the St.
Louis and San Francisco railroad, and
have on hand orders for thirty more
for the same company.
Nearly all the employes of the Cilft
works were Idle yesterday afternoon to
attend the funeral of their shop mute,
Henry Wlrth, who died from Injuries
received last Friday.
Fruits and wheat plus cieam and
sugar I hear your lips smack; FRUIT
ED WHEAT is delicious.
Pay you poor tax to avoid costs.
II. A. Dale. Collector.
Begin at T a. m. and hourly
until 5,30 p. ra, Many of our
customers are placing their or
ders at 5 p. m. for tho day fol
lowingthey secure their or
der very early and get the be3t
selections, It PAYS to order
Our Green Ridge friends have
multiplied rapidly, since we
gave the 0 a, m, and 3.80 p.
Special deliveries whoA neces
sary. E, G, Course ii.
BATES AND MACKIE MOVE UP
IN THE CONTEST.
Tho Latter Now Tied with Morris
for the Last Place in the Table.
Stanton's Good Score Gunster
Holds His Lead for the Special
Standing of Contestants
A. J. Kollorman, Scranton. 027
Charles Burns, Vnndllng. .608
William T. S. Rodriguez,
Oscar H. Kipp, Elmhurst.490
Wm. Sherwood, Harford. .480
Herbert Thompson, Car
Fred K. Gunster, Green
Albert Freedman, Belle-
J. A. Havenstrlte, Mos
Chns. W. Dorsey, Scranton. 305
Maxwell Shepherd, Car
L. E. Stanton, Scranton. . 197
Harry Madden, Scranton. 164
Hendrlck Adams, Chin
Homer Kresge, Hyde Park 101
Miss Beatrice Harpur,
Frank B. McCreary, Hall
Lewis Bates, Scranton ... 88
Miss Jane Mathewson,
Don C. Capwell, Scranton. . 81
Fred Kiblor, South Scran
William Cooper, Priceburg 72
A. L. Clark, Green Grove . . 50
Louis Gere, Brooklyn 49
Walter Hallstead, Scran
Miss Edna Coleman,
Lee Culvei-, Springville. . . 41
Elmer Williams, Elmhurst. 39
Grant M. Decker, Hall
Miss Mary Yenger, Green
Arthur J. Thayer, South
Hugh Johnston, Forest
Eddie Morris, South Scran
Ten of the leaders in The Tribune's
Educational Contest scored points yes
terday, as follows:
LeRol E. Stanton S2
William Sherwood 21
John Mackie 13
Fied K. Gunster i 12
Herbert Thompson 7
Hairy T. Madden 3
Maxwell Shepherd 3
Lewis Bates 3
William Cooper 2
Charles W. Dorsey 1
Of theso leaders there were two that
made advances. Lewis Bates passed
Miss Jane Mathewson and is now in
eighteenth place, although ho has
been in the contest u little over two
John Mackie, of Providence, passed
C. J. Clark, Henry E. Collins, Louis
McCusker and Harry Danvers, and is
LEBOI E. STANTON.
now tied with Eddie Morris for thirty
third place. A few mnie points would
be almost certain to give Mr. Mackie
a clear title to a scholarship.
Gunster still has a good lead for the
special Oct. 11 prize, while Sherwood
has moved Into second place and Stan
ton Into third. Dorsey, who was sec
ond, Is now fourth.
LeRol E. Stanton, whoso portrait ap
pears this morning, entered the con
test on May 19, being the sixtieth one
to enroll. He has kept steadily at
work and Is now In twelfth place and
close to the 200 mark. Mr. Stanton's
homo Is nt 722 Pine street, this city,
but at present he Is on duty with the
Thirteenth regiment nt Olyphant, being
a corporal in Company L. Ills big
score of yesterday shows that he Is
making the best of his surioundlngs
to Increase his standing.
LEADERS FOR THE
SPECIAL HONOR PRIZE
PIVn DOLLARS IN GOI.I)
to the contestant scoring the l.ngost
number of points before .' p, in ,
SatuiUay, October 11,
1. Fred K, Gunsler 75
2. William Sherwood 17
U. LeRol E. Stanton 42
4. Chillies W. Dorsey 36
5. dailies Burns 25
6, A. J. Kcllermiill 21
7, Herbert Thompson 19
S. Lewis Bates 15
'.). Hurry Madden ,,,..11
10, John Mackie 13
A NINE-HOUR DAY,
Given by Keller & Van Dyke to
Their 135 Employes.
Keller & Van Dyke, the piano maun
f.icturets at 1013-57 Cu pause avenue,
have voluntuilly given their employes
a nine-hour work day am tho sums
rate of wages that they have been pay
ing for the ten-hour day, The llrm
employs 135 men.
Tho announcement of the reduced
hours of labor was made by Keller &
Van Dyke to their employes Satmday
night, and was quite an agieeable sur
prlso to them. They expressed their
sincere thanks to the firm and said
they would ondeur lu every why pos-
You Can't Begin
Affords Happy and Mar
velous Kcsults to Itheu
The autumn Benson, with Us change
ful weather. Is a lime ot dread to all
rheumatic sufferers. Chilling winds,
cold rains and heavy, Impure atmos
phere, aggravate every condition of
rheumatism, and bring many sufferers
desperately near the -grave.
Are you a victim of rheumatism in
Its acute or chronic forms? It so, you
can't begin too early to gel rid of this
baneful disease, to purify the blood and
strengthen the system. The marvelous
victories of Palne's Celery Compound
wrought In the past for rheumatic suf
ferers, Justllles you In giving this won
derful medicine an Immediate trial. It
has given to agonized, helpless, and
crippled men and women, a new and
happy life freedom fiom all pains and
sufferings. It has produced amusing
cures after the falluies of able physl
clnnsk At this season, Palne's Celery
Compound will do the snme good work
for you, dear reader. Mr. G. W. Web
ber, Jaucsvllle, Wis., says:
"I was advised by a. friend to try
Palne's Celery Compound for rheu
matism and nervousness. I had previ
ously tried other remedies for these
complaints without getting relief. I am
pleased to say that the very llrst bottle
ot the Compound relieved me. I have
now taken six bottles of the Compound
In all and am cured. 1 feel younger and
better, and have a good appetite."
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
have been manufactured. They give
fast, beautiful colors and are prepared
for homo use. Simply follow di
rections. Direction Book nnd 4", tlvetl samples free.
DIAMOND DYES, Blililnftloii, Vt.
slble to show their appreciation of the
Keller it Van Dyke have been In busi
ness twenty-two years, nnd have never
had the slightest misunderstanding or
trouble with their men; on the con
trary, the relations between the llrm
and Its men have always been of the
most harmonious character. Tho nine
hour day in the works went into effect
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Moses Mar
ried Twenty-five Years.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Moses, of 423
Madison avenue, celebrated their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary on
Sunday evening. A very pleasant even
ing was passed, and a large circle of
relatives were present. They were the
recipients of many beautiful and valu
able presents. A happy feature of the
occasion was the presence of four, gen
erations. Among tho out ot town guests pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. I.'Friedlander,
of Hazleton; A. Gumperty and Mrs. J.
Ashenbrandt und daughter, of Plttston.
Special work: Character-building and
preparation for college and business.
Certificate iccelved by colleges. Co-edu-eatlonal.
Ample attention given to the
ornamental branches. Supeiior dormi
tories, science hall, chapel, dining room,
gymnasium and athletic field. A finely
equipped preparatory school. $300 a
year; term now open. For catalogue,
address L. L. Sprague, D, D., presi
dent. City and School Taxes 1902.
Tho above tax duplicates are now In
my hands for collection.
F. S. BARKER,
Dr. LIndabury, Surgeon, diseases ot
women a specialty, 215 Council building.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. in.; 7 to 8.30
p. m. x
Always 5a ve
Tho middleman's pro
lit by purchasing your
umbrellas or parasols
direct from tho manu
facturer. Special In
ducements Just now
in order to clear out
our stock pieparatory
to making up our
Christmas line. Wo
nro tho only exchislvo umbiella manu
facture! s lu tho city.
SCRANTON UMBRELLA MANU
S13 SPRUCE STREET.
$ ! ! ! 4
Are tho best in the world.
In VARNISHES we carry
Also a full line of Brushes
5 Bittenbender &
126-128 Franklin Ave.
.J. .J. v "fr f.
Ten Dollars for Guesses
Who can name tlm winner In Tho
Trlbujio'p Educational Contest and
tell tho number of. points ho or she
First Prise SB.00 In Gold.
Next Three 81.00 each.
Next Two 50 cents ench.
Next Four RD cents each
TOTAL Ten Prizes, Ten Dollars.
Cut out the coupon below, fill It In,
nnd send to "ficrnnton Tribune, Scran,
ton, Pa Guessing Contest."
Tuesday, Oct. 7.
T think tho winner nt Tho Trib
une's Educational Contest will bo
No. of points
Cut out this lower coupon only.
Will bo pleased to recclvo
money In any amount and
rata of Interest thcicon,
ly nblo to
Open nn account with us.
L. A. WATRKB
F. L. PHILLIPS.
Third Vleo-Preslflcnt and Treasuror
Abram Nesbllt. Thomas E, Jones.
William F. Hallslead,
O. S. Johnson. Thomas II. Watkln3.
L. A. Watres.
The Standard of Excellence
, means a great deal, but it
expresses the position o(
in the stationery world. They,are
the best and they are the standard
of polite society.
in the new Fall tints, Cafe and
Chrysanthemum, will be tho papers
in use fcr select correspondence
tills Fall. Very elegant effects can
be produced by stamping or Illum
inating. We have tho complete
Hotel Jeunyn Building.
w Imperial Guarantee 1H J
Jf in Every Hat 1
9 1 Tll Color nnd 1
mi ff Wear of this Hat I
H V arc Absolutely Guar- I
Wm h nntecd. Your dealer 1 H
3 l is Authorized to re- 1
M S place. Free of 1
H ('harp e. any Hat 1 i
H which is Not Satis- 1
gJJ factory, eJt
I Louis H. Isaacs I
flj 412 Spruce Street. H
M 309 Lackawanna Ave. H
U Sole Agency I
I Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. I