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THE SCHANTON TIUBUNE-THUllSDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1905,
tfiE MODERN .HARDWARE STORE.
The space economizer holds
four pairs of trousers, oc
cupies the space usually
taken up by one pair. One
hook holds them all,
Hangers to hold one pair
of trousers, 10c.
Foote & Shear Co.
U9 Washington Ave.
Jo. !). Council UlillilliiB.
UNITED STATKS M'MBHU CO. slock
for suilc. !" shines at the luiuurktibly
low pi let- "f $228 per Mlliiru. J.CRitiur
llvitlcnd jtist Pl '"' expecieu
innn. is Mhiiivs of Title tin. trainee
Hid Trust Co. stock for sale below
mit'Upt mice. Three bonds of tile Meat
nid Power Co. at par with lift per rent.
tUCHARD KRN'KST COM HOYS & CO..
70ft Coimell P.ulldltiK. 'Phone lU'J.
of Miisic and flrf
i Offers the exceptional advan
tage of Piano and Organ stuctj,
with Mr. ' Sumner Salter, an
artist teacher of recognized
standing in the musical world.
Register now. bui unaen si.
to the Wise
Who Have Ready Cash
'I'litc l tin. timp tn hue tajine of our h.'st
local dividend paslng storks and bonds.
pome people wlio nave ine.se 'hccuiiiicx
in- obliged to have cash to meet obllK.i
IniiH fnlllnir due. .ind aie wllliim to ill'-
ept (liters on s-ome of the best of lb"so
luru dividend payers, for less pr' than
tow are liKely lo Ret lliem lor .ik.hu. c
Ire the tian.-ler lopteM'titalhes. havitiK
llir-mlv n nunibei' of these seeoilties on
land to oner, and will find any othns you
biiv waul iwtlioui uei.iy
llf you are lookinpr foi a Rood safe in
stment. either Roods, Bank or Indus
lla I Stocks and want It at the bottom
A'lce call Immediately at
F. riEGARQEL & CO.
, Bonds and Securities,
On Your Linen.
3087310 Penn Avenue.
A. B. WABMAN.
ohn Tj. Kerr, Rener.il maunder of the
is clictiit of thcaleis, was in the city
Ir. and Mr. ,r, r. Ration, of Miilborry
eet, li.ivo leturned fiom a six weeks'
it at Oiieonta, N. Y.
If. J. O'Neill, pitcher of the St, f.ouls
ho ball club, returned to the city yes-
I day, his season having oIommI,
Irs. William T. Smith, Mr. and Mis.
pmas bpniRiio left yesteiday for Wood
ck. Vt to attend the funeral of the
o Mrs. Genige H. Warren, which will
le plneo this afternoon,
JillBht. In the leeliuu loom of the Kim
Ik chinch, the I'tiwoith I.eaulie will
Ie their annual church supper. Supper
vert at (i o'clock, Every one Is In-
ie T.Iederkranii Mlustinl company will
iwo perioi-mances in I.lcdeilwiuv'. hall
Tctober 2fl and 3D. The lebeaisals ale
tre'sslnc most satlsfactoilly and the
itrel promises to bo a rumi event.
With Artistic Children's
Photographs, n Gold Necklace
Tree, at Schrievei's.
Inly 275 of the dainty. chlldien'n c,ii,i
Ik ornaments now teinaln (or dlstrl-
lon; bo the ueces.slty for an early
ling may be nppictlateU, '
In Perfect Older.
Mason .t- llaiullli iiiriiii for sir..
Iv't miss It, It you want a kooiI cheap"
.(, ui miwikcy tiios., ui U'ushlns-
Jr. Llndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
Jncn a specialty, 215 Connell liulldlnir.
lurs; 11 a. in. . to i p. m.j 7 to S.30
hjjEU'it.i.A rtpi: in sernnii.ii
IH. 7. I9v.', by Jtcv. (i, c. i.y,,,.,,,, at
fi residence of Daniel i.u itn in
lilpp Pink, Ralph . Wheeler, of .lei-
vii. i aim ,mi,s .Minniu .. I.u Hue,
fJAMUN At his home In D.ilton.
4, I.cwls JleuJauihi. need si nn.
tiillll Hututduy in 2 pv I,,., ' ,le
ton .Methodlat Upltvupul chutclt.
TO HIS DEATH
FATAlfACCIDNT IN HICKORY
Edwaul Finnegnn and Morris Van
Horn, Painters, Fell from a Scaf
fold, on Which They Weie Work
ing, and Finncgan Died Soon Af
terwards At a Late Hour Last
Night, It Was Stated at the
Hospital That Van Horn Is in n
Very Critical Condition.
Kdunid l-'liincRrtii, of HIS J.)lx court,
was killed und Morris Van Horn, or
52.", Olive street, Imd his skull frno.
tuti'd yeslcnluy altenioou by n fall
front u scaffold In the Hickory Street
i'rcsbytei Ian chinch.
The two men weie painters, und weie
eiiq-iiKil In palntliiK: the cuIIIiik' of tht;
cliinch. Tliey weiu stiiiiillliK, lit the
lime of the nccldciit. on it portable
rcufTold, which I hey had placed on top
of the rcKillnr scaffolding. A weak
plunk save way, nlid the two men fell
crushliiK lo the floor, a distance of
about llfly reel.
Moth struck on their heads iiiul sus
tained fractilies at the base of their
.skulls. Van Horn was rendeied un
conscious, bill Flniieann retained his
senses and the last sacrament was ad
ministered to li In by Itev. Peler
I'lirNt lieloie the Lackawanna hospital
Kluni'Kiin died shoilly after his ar
rlvid nt the liosjillnl. Ills body was
viewed by Coroner Saltiy, uliu will
probably conduct an iimuest. Vuu
Horn wns Mill alive at tnldulKlit. but
his condition was reported to be most
While the church was belli erected,
one of Hie workmen, I'M ward Stoln
bach fell to his death from a scatfold
ingr. striking vilthln a few feet of
where yestei day's accident occurred.
ABOUT L. B.STILLWELL.
Harper's Weekly Labels Him as an
American of Tomorrow.
This week's number of Hurpei's
Weekly contains a rull-page picture of
Lewis R. Stillwell, a former leslilent of
this city, it belli;? one ol a series of por
traits entitled "Americans of Tomor
row." Mr. Stillwell is a son of Captain
1 1 it-li.i id Stillwell, or Jefferson avenue,
and a hi other of Lieutenant Colonel F.
W. Stillwell, of the Thirteenth legliuent.
He is i-cojiiilzed as one of the greatest
electrical expfcits in the countiy. The
notice .'iCLOinpanyine; the picture Is as
"Only two electiiclans have been hon
oied as the recipients of the Xlngaia
medal Iotd Kelvin and Lewis ItucUley
Stillwell. The fame of the fonner is
world-wide': the latter Is the young
American whose portrait appears in
our series this week. He began bis
serious study at Miildletown. In the in-Kenuity-breedliiff
state of Connecticut,
and continued in the WestliiKhouse
shops till he became chief electiliul en
gineer and assistant manager.
"He made the plans and sup-rvlsed
the construction and, for n time, the
opeiatlon of the gieat plant at Niag
ara; and now has charge of the elec
trical wok of both the Hlevated and
Subway companies in this city. He pil
fers application to invention, and on
that lino bids fair to play a ery Im
portant part in the electrical develop
ment whMi is so sti iking a feature of
recent Industrial pi ogress. He Is a
Pennsylvania!!, und is 3i years old."
TWO RAIDS FINES $110.
Police Deteimined to Put Charles
Thiel Out of Business.
Fines amounting to $110 were collect
ed In police court yesterday morning
from nine inmates of two disoideily
houses, raided by the police Tuesday
Mrs. Fred Hodge, of Penn avenue,
was held for a further hearing, on ac
count of the .serious condition of her
mother. William Williams and James
Harry, inmates, weie fined Vi each, and
Miss Alice Stark. $10 .
Charles Thlel, or Vine stu-et and
Oakford court, was lined $2.1 for selling
liquor without a license, and held in
$.'00 ball lo answer In couit to keeping
a bawdy house. Dr. William llaggerty
qualllled as his bondsman.
Mrs. Chillies Thlel was lined $2." for
being an inmate, ami Madge NIcols,
Florence Hrowu, Cmrie Wilson and
Liesslo llanley were each lined $10, All
the lines weie paid.
DRIVER BOY INJURED.
Had His Thigh Fractured in the
Kugeiio l.loyd, of William street,
North Scriinton, employed as a driver
In the C.ivug.i nilno, hnd Ills thigh
irnetuied while he was at work yes
terday. He was driving down one of the
toads In the mine when the mule
slipped and fell, and crushed hint
airulutt the car. He was taken to the
Moses Taylor hospital for treatment.
A DEMENTED PRISONER.
Caused Some Excitement in the
Ciulseppl Cerrii, a pilsouer In the
i utility J.ill, became demented yester
day morning and kept several of the
keepers busy for a while. During his
rage, he bit William Kline's hand.
lie was finally subdued when the
keepers turned the hose on htm, Later
in the day he iccnvered mid seemed
to bo all right last night.
W. T. HACKETT.
lu-HHim house arranged for two fam
ilies. Lot Is 73xlM. Fine Minde allli
f l ult tiees. This property, which Is
situated at f'rovldeiice, In S'ciautnli,
and woilli easily $J,0UO, can be bad for
$2,000, Terms, $500 cuhIi; balance, on
U-iooui house III central cltj, near
Madison avenue, This house Is equipped
witn all -modern conveniences, and
should llud a ready sale til the in Ice
for which It Is oilered, viz., Jl.tiOO.
S-rouiu house at lireen Itldge. It .i
located well out, but near to Washing,
ton avenue, it is a modern tesldeiu-c
and clieap at the pi lee, $U,:00.
$7,500 will buy the finest double,
sUjii-heated, house ever offered at this
Kipavtleiilars icgardlng these apd
hundteds of other properties, imI upon
W, T. Hackett, real cst.ije and general
broker, Itoom 10, l(cul ICatale KxclmniiO
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director.
604 LINDEN STREET,
THE OCTOBER 10 PARADE.
Societies That Will Be in Line and
the Route Over Which the Pro
cession Will Pass.
(iiaiid Miirsluit It, II. 1 lever, of the
October 10 parade, hut. arranged to
have It stmt at 11 n. in. and puss over
the following route; West on Mulbeiry
to Wyoming, south on Wyoming to
Su up'.: west on Spruce to Franklin;
south on Franklin to T.ackiiwumin:
cast 011 Lackawanna to Adams; north
on Adams to Spruce; west on Spruce
lo Wyoming: noiih on Wyoming to
(tlliMin; west on (ilbsuu to Cupoue;
north on Capouse to Phelps: east on
Phelps to Washlnglon: north on Wash
ington to Mnilon; west on Marlon to
Sanderson'!' park, wheie "The Presi
dent's Own" will conduct a picnic. The
parade will be divided into two divis
ions, which will be made up as follows:
3'lrsl Division The Father Wbltly's,
of I'nnldenee, with I'!oldeiice band, will
lead lit'. I iltvMou and will form on Mul
berry street, light lesllng on Washing
ton avenue. The St. Aloyshls, South
Side. Willi ill urn coips. will foini hi rem
of Father Whltty's, on Mulberry stieet.
The St. Joseph's, Mluookii, with drum
corps, will I'm in on Adams avenue, light
resting on Mulberiy street. The St.
I'etei's, of Iteljewie, with drum coips,
will lot in In rear of St. Joseph', on
Second Division The St. Joint's of Pine,
lliook, wit 'i Lawietices Hand, will lead
the second dlvl.slitn, and will form on
Adiims avenue, north of Alulbeiry stieet.
Tim St. Paul's, lljde Pink, with dram
(Otp, will foini In rear oT St. John's, on
Adams avenue. The St. Paul's. Green
Itldge, Willi diiun coips, will foim In
icstr or St. Paul's, Hyde Pink, and "The
President's Own," with khaki iniiroini".
Hill take up the tear and will form In
the i ear of St. Pant's, on Adams avenue.
The parade will be under the aus
pes of the St Paul's society, of Oreen
HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL.
Will Be Held Tonight in Grace Re
The Sunday school of Grace Iteform
ed ICpiscopal church will celebrate their
Harvest Home festival this evening at
7.4T, o'clock. A fine piogranitne has
been prep.it ed. The members of the
school will bring fi tilts, vegetables and
other things from nn lure's store-house,
to be afterwaids given to the Florence
mission. All fi lends of the school aie
Invited to be present. On Friday, the
day following, the dlffeient classes with
their teachers, will hold a class picnic
from 4 o'clock to 7 o'clock, providing
the d.iy Is pleasant, at Nay Aug park,
and on Sunday evening next, the i-ally
day exercises will take place at the
church at 7.:',0 o'clock.
The special Invitation which every
member of the school will receive
ihioiigh the mall for this ntlly will
be accompanied by a lelter from Presi
dent Roosevelt on "Rally Day," to
gether with his portrait. A general in
vitation Is hereby extended to the pub
lic to attend this "Roosevelt Rally."
THREE BURGLARS ARRESTED.
Crooks 'with Reputations Captured
by Lackawanna Officers.
Special Olllcers John Peel and Wil
liam Dinan, of the Luckitwnnn.i lail
load, yesterday arrested three burg
lars for breaking into a freight car
The men were arrested at .the last
named place and were taken befoie
Justice of the Peace Courtrlght, who
committed them to jail In default of
$1,000 bail each. The men's names are
"Hud" Cronln, John Fitzgerald and
Kd. Cronln. The freight car was
biokcn Into several days ago and
goods to the value of $400 were taken.
It is believed that the trio were
also Implicated In the recent burglary
of a haidwaro store In Ringhaniton,
Creditors of Mrs. A. M. Traugott
Petition United States Court.
The ci editors of Mrs, A. M. Tiaugott.
who conducts the (leison millinery
store on Lackawanna avenue, have
llled a petition in the Called States
district i nut t asking that she be de
clined a bankrupt. The liabilities ate
about $7,000 and the assets are believed
to be about Sl.uOO.
The btts'lncss was formerly managed
by Julius Traugott and when he failed
some time ago for several thousand
dollars, it was bought up by his wife,
who has since conducted It.
S 1,000 REWARD
Will be paid by The Hillside Coal
and Iron Company to any peison so
curing the arrest and conviction of
the person or persons who murdered
John J, Mullen, an employe of this
company, at Smlthville, Luzerne
county, Pennsylvania, on the even
ing of October 1st, 1002. Detailed
Information concerning the murder
will be furnished to reliable parties,
upon wiitten application to
W. A. MAY,
Call and See
Our great bat gains In pianos and or
gans, cither for cash or on easy month
ly payments. lOverythlng must go by
tht ITith Insl. Your pi Ice Is ours,
tluernsey llios., Ill Washington ave
nue, There's No Coffu Just Like
Our Mocha and Java
In fail. Iheie Is not n doubt
about It being l he llest .'.V. Mocha
and Jnwi In town, and Hie "Clro
cer" admits ll when bu otl'ciH .sou
something Just as good. Try It and
be conviuied. If ou am not sal
islled we'll cheeifully icfiiud our
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.,
Ill La eka wan 1 1 u, avenue, U21
Noitb Main avenue. 'Phono TJ-2.
Piouipt dellveiy. New 'phono Hi.
sAre offered by the Conservatory for Piano
forte Instruction to Students of all grades, from
beginners to prospective professionals.
Students can begin now.
C0NPERENCE ON VIADUCT
Revised Plaits Were Considered Yes
terday by Director of Public
Dhector of Public Works Roche, Chief
lOltgllieer Phillips, of the bureau or en
gineering, and Kngliieer Davis, of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
company, had a lengthy consultation
yesterday on the viaduct question.
The original plans for the structure
have been revised In the last tew weeks
by the .Lackawanna engineers and were
ptesented for the apptoval of Director
Roche yesterday In their altered form.
The plans have been so modified as to
pi'ovide for tin elevation of only seven
teen feet over the railroad track In
stead of twenty-two feet, as originally
provided. This changes the grade very
materially, allowing an almost perfectly
level pottiou over 150 feet long at the
blight h street end of the structure.
No piovlslon was Included In the
plans for manholes opening from Hie
viaduct Into the sewers. They will Ire
changed so us to piovlde for such man
holes, and will be submitted for Dliee
tor Roche's further approval within the
next ten dnys.
It Is not generally known that the
foundation for the viaduct on the east
erly end, up to within a short distance
of where It Is to cross the tracks, will
be constructed entirely of concrete, and
unless manholes ure run through this it
will be Impossible to get tit the sewers
to make repairs and clean them out.'
Director Roche expects to be able to
award the contract for the construction
of the viaduct within the next month,
so that work may begin early In the
ARLINGTONS GOOD SCORE. .
Made Total of 2462 in Game with
The Arlingtous played all around the
Wesl Side Mosquitoes on their own
alleys last night, winning three
straight games. The West Slders
played miserably, one player being
barely able to make 300. The score:
IN J- .'hi!
1 ::.-,- 4'!2
J lit SI 2
S.I.-. ),2( Mii-2I
High score Roll. 22,1.
High average Roll, 17
Captain Hopkins, of the Backus
team, staled last night that his team
will roll any five in the Scrauton
Bowling league, Aldingtons preferred,
three games for $.'i0.
WORK WAS RESUMED.
Contractor Dale's Men Again Start
On Providence Pave.
Work on the Providence Road pave
was resumed yesterday by Contractor
Dale's men without molestation from
the Seranton Railway company, though
care was taken to pi event any Inter
ference with the running of the com
It .was said yesterday that the men
were stopped from working on Tues
day because the running of the Provi
dence line was held up for over ten
minutes. City Solicitor Watson will
deliver an opinion today on the ques
tions at Issue.
ANNUAL FIELD DAY.
The High School Pupils Will Com
pete in November.
The annual field day exercises of the
Seranton High school will bo conducted
during the first week in November, at
Athletic park. All. students wishing to
enter should make application to Scc
letary S. A. McDonough, The pro
gramme of events Is as fallows:
Jumping Hi oad jump, running; stand,
lug. High Jump, running; .standing,
Pole vaulting, huidles, throwing the
hummer, putting the shot, whcelbauow
race, bag race, three-legged lace, ob
stacle, nice, potato race,
An Adapted Food
for lulants Is a scientifically prepared
unv's mill; Just the right percentage
of fats and piotelds. For forty-live
years Horden's ICagle Brand Condensed
Milk has been the leading Infant food
of tho vfoild. 1'so It In tea and coffee.
Just at this time -we want
to say a word nbout Sugar.
We would like you to try one
order of Courson's high grade
fine granulated Sugar at Qc
per pound test the sweetening
qualities with 5c Sugar and
see the results.
E. G, Goursen,
Wholesale and Retail.
HALF OF THOSE SCORING IM
Klpp Gets Fourth Place Back Again.
Klbler, Miss Coleman, and Mncklc
Each Go Up One Position, While
Henry E. Collins Climbs Up Seven.
Those Below Thirty-third Place
Getting Strenuous What Dorsey
Standing of Contestants
A. J. Kellerman, Seranton. 933
Charles Burns, Vandling. .608
William T. S. Rodriguez, ,
Oscar H. Klpp, Elmhurst. .515
Wm, Sherwood, Harford.. 498
Herbert Thompson, Car-
Fred K. Gunster, Green
Albert Freedmnn, Belle-
J. A. Havenstrite, Mos
Chas. W. Dorsey, Scranton.312
Maxwell Shepherd, Car-
L. E. Stanton, Seranton. . 197
Harry Madden, Seranton. 164
Hendrick Adams, Chln-
Homer Kresge, Hyde Park 101
Miss Beatrice . Hnrpur,
Frank B. McCreary, Hall
Lewis Bates, Seranton ... 88
Miss Jane Mathewson,
Fred Klbler, South Seran
Don C. Capwell, Seranton. 81
William Cooper, Prlceburg 72
A. L. Clark, Green Grove. 60
Louts Gere, Brooklyn 49
Miss Edna Coleman,
Walter Hallstead, Seran
Lee Culver, Springville. . . 41
Elmer Williams, Elmhurst. 39
Henry E. Collins, Kizers. . 39
Grant M. Decker, Hall
Miss Mary Yeager, Green
Arthur J. Thayer, South
Hugh Johnston, Forest
Ten contestants scored points yester
day In The Ttlbune's Kducatlonal Con
test. They weie:
Oscar 11. Klpp -'
Henry K. Collins 1
Hetbert Thompson 12
Fied Klbler H
A. J. Kellei man I!
Charles W. Dorsey 4
J. A. Havenstrite ... .",
Miss P.dua Coleman .'I
John Mackle 1
Maxwell Shepherd I
A number of changes resulted. Oscar
Klpp won back fourth place frotn Will
iam H, Sherwood, which the latter took
CHARLKS W. DORSEY.
from Mr. Klpp on Tuesday, the Klin
hurst young man now being but 23
points away from third place.
Fied Klbler passed Don C. Capwell
ami Is now tied with Miss Mathewson
for nineteenth place.
Miss Fdna Coleman passed Walter
Hallstead and In In twenty-fifth place.
llnni'v K. (Yilllns nassoil Louis Me-
,C'uskor, Hurry Danvcis, Arthur J.
Thayer, isilulc- .Morris, liugn .lonusion,
Miss Mary Yeager, Hrant M, Decker,
John Mackle and Is now tied with Fl
mer Williams for twenty-eighth pliue,
John Mackle passed Kddle Morris and
for a brief time yesterday was consid
ered to be in the main table, but Henry
Collins' large return kept him down to
thirty-fourth place, one point below
Hugh Johnston, who is now at the
bottom of the list.
There are a number whose names are
not hi the list of tho thlrty-threo lend
ers who lack but a few points of get
ting thcie. It Is altogether probable
that tho lower portion of the table will
be materially alteied befoie the begin
ning of next week,
Charles W, Dorsey, whose pit line ap
pears today, cm oiled In tho Contest on
April 2S, being tho thirty-seventh lo do
so. Ho brought In his Hi fit lettirn on
May fi. At Ihst Mr, Dorsey loiiud It
very slow work, It being neatly two
months before lie could secure mote,
than ouo point a day; but he stuck at
his task with praiseworthy pel sever
ance and has scored points op more
different days than almost any other
contestant Although he Is now tenth,
two-thirds of his points have hem made
in the last two months and he may
(iulbh belter than his present position,
LEADERS FOR THE
SPECIAL HONOR PRIZE
I'lVR DOLLARS II ti(ll.l)
to the contestant scot lug the lutgeat
number of points hcl'oio ,i p. in ,
Katutdaj, October 11
1, Fted K, Hunster ,75
2. William Sherwoud ....,.,..,;. .Sti
:i, Chuties V. Dorsey J
I. I.cllol U. Sliiuton ,..,,...42
5. A. J. Kellcrnian 6
6. llerbeit Thompson :si
7. I'liailcH Hums 23
S. Oscar 11, Klpp,., ,..,23
9. A. 1.. Clark , 19
10. Henry K. Collins 19
Important Event In the History of
St. Luke's Parish,
'.'lie fiftieth nnnlvcrsnry or SI. Luke's
UplFcapal uhurelt will lie celebrated on
October 18, Ifl, 20 itnd 21. The twentieth
anniversary of the rector's nuirtiitgn
and the tenth anniversary of his charge
over the parish will also be celebrated.
The programme that will bo observed
ST. LI'KK'S UAV.
Holy ConiinUnlim 7 a, in.
The rector, the Rev, Rogers Israel,
D.i IJ , celebrant.
Holy Communion io.;n) n, in.
The Rt. Rev. Jlthelboit Talbot, D.
IV, lit.. D., celebrant.
The Rev. Henry 1.. Jones, S. T. 1).,
Reeepttoli for tho Children, ...3 lo !i p. m.
Annlveisnry Meeting 7.M p. in.
Historical Paper Mr. Samuel I lines.
Senior Win den Addresses Histori
cal ami Congratulatory.
TWHNTV.FIHST SUNDAY AKTF.R
Holy Communion 7.IM n. tn.
The Rev. J. Philip IJ. Pendleton,
11. V., celebrant.
Morning I'raver and Sermon. ...lO.SO a. m.
The Rt. Rev. Kthelbert Talbot, D,
1).. LL. D,, preacher.
Holy Communion 12 m.
The nishop, celebrant,
Sunday School Service .3 p. m.
Addresses the 11 Ishop, Rev. Dr.
Lloyd and Others.
livening Prayer and Sermon 7."0 p. in.
The Hu. J. Philip It. Pendleton,
1). D., prcneher,
Holy Communion 7 a. m.
The Rector, celebiant,
Clergy Meeting 10 n. in.
Reception 4 to 0 p. in.
To Commemorate the Twentieth
Annlversaiy of the'Rrctor's Mar
riage. PARISH IIOUSK.
Reception S to It p. 111.
For the Hlshop. Rector and Cler
gy, to jComnicmoriito the Tenth
Anniversary of the Present Rec
St. Thomas College.
The evening classes will be resumed
at St. Thomas college on Monday, Oc
tober 13th. Ten painstaking Instruc
tors are on hand. Classes In reading,
spelling, arithmetic, grammar, corres
pondence, bookkeeping, shorthand and
Particular attention given to back
ward students. Special class prepara
tory to Civil Service examinations.
For particulars call on. or address
" Brother IS. Andrew, President.
Have leased their store at 114 Wash
ington avenue and agreed to give pos
session of same the 15th Inst. In the
meantime they have some great bar
gains In pianos and organs, all of which
must be disposed of by that time. The
wise buyer will call early, ns stock will
be more complete and the very low
prices which prevail, together with the
high giade of goods, will Insiite a
City and School Taxes 1902.
The above tax duplicates are now In
my hands for collection.
F. S, BARKER,
With every sale of $1.00 and
Good Oct. 10, 11, and 13.
FALL STYLES in Ladies' and
Gents' Shoes at9Sc, $1.25
$1.75,$!?, $2.50 83. $3.50.
134 N, WASHINGTON AVE.
Opposite Connell Building.
All cars puss the door.. Tunis
fer from Providence.
Cut This Out
Tho middleman's pio.
lit by purchasing your
nmbiellas or parasols
dliecl trom tho manu
facturer, Special In
ducements just now
In order to clear out
our stock preparatory
to making up our
tiiilstnias line. Wo
inn tho only exclusive umbrella maim
facturcts tn tho city.
SCRANTON" " UMBRELLA MANU
SIS SPIU'Ci: STRIJRT.
Aie the best In the world.
In VARNISHES we cany
Also a full line of Brushes
? Bittenbender &
126-128 Franklin Ave.
LU LU I
Ten Dollar forvGiiess.cs
Who n(m lining, tjui' winner In The
TilbtinoVkdiiehllonni ContcBt and
tell the number, of jiululs ho or uho
First Pil.o S5.00 in Gold. V' , J
Next Threo 91.00 each. y"
Next Two 50 cents each.
Next Four lib cents each -1
TOTAL Ten Prizes, Ten Dollars.
Cut out the cuitpoti below, 1111 It In,
and send lo "Seranton Tilhnne.'Seraii
toiii Ph., Uttesslng Contest,"
Thursday, Oct. . .
I think the winner of Tho Ttlb
une's Educational ConUat will bo
No, of points
Naino .,.,....., ,...,....
Out out this lower coupon only,
Will bo pleased to rccclvo
money In any amount und
into of lntet est thereon.
ly able to
Open an account with us.
L. A. WATRRS PrcsllenA
F. L. PHILLIPS.
Third Vice-President and Treafeuies
Abram Ncsbllt. Thomas li. Hones,
William F. Hallstead.
O. S. Johnson. Thomas 11. Watklnsv
L. A. Watrcs.
The Standard of Excel fence,
i MI '
means a great deal, but it
expresses the position of
In the stationery world. They are
the best and they are the standard,
of poljte society.
In the new Fall Unt, Gate andi
Chrysanthemum, will be tha pape'r,:'
In use for select correspondence
this Fall. Very elegant effects cfyv
be produced by stamping or illum
inating. We have the complete
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WfU I Imperial Guarantee 19
I Louis Ei Isaacs S
I 412 Spruce Street. W
I 309 Lackawanna Ave. ' B
B Sole Agency I
I Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. 1
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