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THE SC11ANTON TRIBUNE-AVKDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1902.
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1IIE VrjDERN HARDWARE STORE.
Coal or Wood x
Hums cither one cumlly well.
Has newly Invented leturn
Jltiy m.xMciu, which bus lu
ciciiMcd Hip ludintlng put fare
nuiip tlinn twofold over tho
otd-slyle oaks. The ten kettle
lttachmont Is another fruttne. V
Thtec sdzes. yf
X Foote & Shear Co.
Q J 19 Washington Ave.
of MOsic and Art
Offers the exceptional advan
tage of Piano and Oigan stuct
with Mr. Sumner Salter, an
aitist teacher of lecognized
standing in the musical world.
Register now. 004 Linden St.
to the Wise
Who Have Ready Cash
Tills Is Hip llni" to bux" 'imp nf oiu best
local ellxidond pixlng slocks unci bonds
Sonic people who Ii.ip those sec nil ties
nte obliged to lino ciisl tc. moot obligu
tlons railing cliio. anil .no willing to ac
cept nlleis on -onio of the liost 11C tnse
Pino dlxldond pu.xci-, Toi li-s pi lc than
on aio llkc.lv to got them ten again. e
mo tho tiaip-fpi lipie-cnlutlw's, liaxlug
Mlicndx 11 niinibei ol tlif-e sceinitics 1111
h mil to oftoi. anil will Mail aa olheis oil
niiiv want without delax
If a oil nio looking fin a good 'life In
ostmont. clthpf Hcnuls, IS ink ca Indus
tilnl Slock', mill want It .it tho bottom
pilco 1.1II InniHillati'ly ni
I. F. HEGARQEL & CO.
Stocks, Bonds and Secmities,
It is a gxowing, active,
Sliss .lailwin of Ciiboinkili', Is guest ot
SIKs Allaci, ol Jclfcisnii uximie.
Tlnodnm A White-, the woll Unnwn
ni.iniilac.liin 1, is ni .Vow Voik tllj this
I'.iptiihi P liol.ac.v .mil his daughter,
Mis SI U Itochc, hiixo lolniiail fiom
ashingtnn 1) 1', when, thev utti liiled
thu Giniul Aiin.x ol the Kopuhlii oinuiup
meiit Thu 111 ii 1 Ijikc cit eicoigo S Giuliani anil
Sllss VI Mnl la Wiitklns will take plai 0
this meaning at tin home ol 1 lit budo
1I1 Lis iI.ioi .Mis i: i; hmlth ot Pu
Slnio r.iuline Willi, nf Puil-, Pnuuc,
who has linen the gucM ni hot Mulct,
Slit. Sluum Kin, nt this cli, leaves to
ila fin Now x.eult while Mic w h,iH
on tin steamship l.nn.ilne toi her home.
Sllss Jam- Lewis, wlni has keen lixlng
in Ihooklvn, X V. im the pint ten
jim with IJi ami .Mi,. Ilovie, leininoil
istrnlnv ta i 111. iln linn petinanenll,
She Is the kih si ol u I miithci, Sim
.Iiailllette Loivl-, ol Jll'l e.st Locust
ME. MILLER ADMITS.
Caught the Bigg t Picket ol Ever
Landed nt Lntse Henry.
The biggest phkeiel I'ver pulled out
ot Lake I loin. , the pat tlculitr, Pole ami
uNclUHhc linhltat nt big plekeiels, was
luinleil ychtcidaj by Thoodmo C. Sill
ier, of tho Ih in of Hiiindoiv & Sillier.
It ine.thtiied tvvei)t-Mx Inches and
weighed tout pounds and tlueo ounces,.
The pi ex lotis lecoid was lu cut -routine
lies, unil four pounils ocn.
All doubt at) to the 1 coord liming
been biokou wuh 1 omened by an Inter
view with Sir. Sillier, He udiulU that
till that Is suld nhout his lecoul-ln dik
ing plautotlul feut Is. tiuc,
The Last Says,
Thofco aio leally tho hiht du.x.s of
Guernsey Jiiotheis.' Pluno nnd Oiguu
Sale, ns evoiythiiig iniiht ho closed out
and the utoio vacated by Wednesday,
tho 15th lust, It will pay any ouu In
need of a musical Instiunieut to tall
and get pi hen at HI Washington 11 e
nue, and It does not mutter about the
cast), Just as good pt ices can bo pin
Hired on easy monthly payments.
Guernsey Jlinthets will bell far cheaper
011 thnu than othet ilea lei. s can ufl'oid
to for cush.
Don't fall to cull and get a but gain,
If you are lit need of .1 Piano or Oigan.
Chlldien's winter coats Now and ex
cluslxe stjles, liaby Duisuur,
118 AVashlugtou axe nue.
A full line of good, heuxy, wnim
sweateis. Floiey it Hiooks, 0:'J mid O.'l
Bpiucc btteet, opposite touit house. '
hank in every paiticular.
a THE PEOPLE BANK. I
ONLY WAY TO
A ROYAL LIFE
POINTED OUT BY DR. BROWN,
OP ALBANY, N. Y.
In nn Addiess at the Opening Ses
sion of the Annual Convention of
the Wyoming Confeience Epworth
League Sessions Will Contlnuo
'Today in the Simpson Ohuich.
Laige Number of Delegates and
Pastois in Attendance Dr. Uphnm
Speaks This Evening.
Kpwoith Leaguers and pastois fiiini
pvi'iy MetliodlL l2)li'o)nl chinch In
the Wyoming confeience tue In attend
mice at the itnnual convention ot the
league, which opened In thu Slmppon
chinch. West Setntiton, lust evening.
Tho spacious ccllllcc was c iiinfot tahly
flllud with t'hilstlan woikei.s when tho
opening session was culled to older by
thu piesleli'iit. Itc. Slai tin V. Wil
liams, of lllughamtoii.
Tile devotional cei clses wcie led by
Ite. SI. S, (JmlHliall, of Waveily, I'u..
who lead a lesion fiom the second
chapter in the .Second Book of Timo
thy The Simpson chmch choir and
the unowned mal" quintette insisted
In the son Ice, and the congiegiitloniil
singing was n featuie, of which the
01 ami of the evening, He. r.dgiif 11.
Htown, U. D, pastor ot the Klist Meth
odist episcopal climch, of Alb.iny, X.
Y tfinuiked that It was the best ho
had ever heaicl.
Sllss Hesslo Mayo Slate leclted the
tin Ming stoiy of "Mliaiu Petteboue,"
and was laLiiuled a pleasing ovation.
lii'woimi i.i:Atirr. coi.oits
The colcns of the Kpwoith League
wete much In evidence, a neat design
In the toi m ot a wheel having been
plated aliiiM' the pulpit. A huge nitm
bei of pastois wcie in attendance,
among them being the following:
Jtov. T. P. Hull, D. D, Oiieonta, X. V.,
pieslcllng elelei Oneouta ellstilct; ltc. .1.
P. Wan en, Palbimdiile, i'.i.. ineslilliig
elelei nomiliile ellstilct; Ue. J. It.
Sweet. D. D, Hlngli.initun. X. Y, plead
ing ilcki llliigh.untoii illstiiU: ltev. M. -Williams,
Ulngh initoii; Hev. I. X. Shlp
iiiui, Siisiiiiehiinii.i, Pa.; Hev. W. Piisbv,
Sliluev, X. V.; Hev. .1. J. Hem v. Hick
01 v (lioe, Pa; lto . C". SI. Olmslead,
Unllloid. X. Y., Hev. P. D. Hailsoek, Sit.
Ppton, X. V ; Rex J. C. Thomas, Pai
sons. Ph.; Hev. II. O IIiuupiI. Pikes
Cieek, Pa; Rex. .1 L Iluce. Heinlli mi,
I'u.; Hev. At S. Godsh.ill. Waxeilx, Pa ;
Rox. H. SI. 1'asioe. Thompson, I'u.: Hex-.
J SIiidlMin. citx; Hex-. SI.
West Xanikoke, P.i ; Hev.
lop, Kiikxxood, X. V ; Rex
son, West Xicholson, Pa.
Pii'iitNs, Sloseoxx, Pa.; Hex
Yates, Pa ; Hex. l II.
11101 e. Pa ; Hev. U A. Place. Iloneselale,
Pa: Hex. Abel Wliglov. .Mill Citx, P.i ;
Re. P W Young, Daltein Pa , Hex C.
I! llenix. Liieine. Pa.: Hex-. Call ( '01111
illman, ('.imptown, P.i . Hex II I.
Smith, Hiooklxn P.i : cllx. IJi lilllln,
.lames lipiuilpgi 1, P, A Cine. L Singer,
X' liinlamin, II C SlcDeimotl
Tin addic-s on the subject ol "Jto.xnl
Llxing," b Ut. Uiown, was a masteily
clfoit and tho speakers pleasing 111.111
nei and apt wax of illustiating his
Ideas, together with his happy elm or
luimcu, won foi lilm the udmiiatloii and
attention of his heat pis. He j.poke, In
pan, as folloxxs-:
X11 nation has iitelxnl nuiic titles thin
mils and none aio moie appropiiiitu than
thai ol "a nation nl Inxentois ' Oiu
ilixeiitixeucss is a n itlonal tiait, and I am
pi'Ml.x sine xw- me all Allans, meaning b.x
that "tho people tli.it mine iipxxaul"
Auieiliau nuicliliiei.x and tools lead the
w 01 Id, and the Ameilc.iii opiiiitixe N thu
must intelligent and Ingenious opuathe
nuclei CJcid glei 11 sKx.
It Amciliiins hixe 1111 xx. ix of dohij
things, tin x make a wax, and all iuxeli
tm.s liuxe to meet the test but nian.x
do not moot wlln public dim mil, and so
the Ameiiian people 111 e peeulkillx gift
id In llgllie out thill lelatlou to (led, the
s.inii us the inxentor 1111 ets tlu test nnd
public dem .nil .Manx people liaxe thcoi
Ies ol Me, ol icllqlon, and ol thill" duly
towuiK God, liat all must meet the su
pn me test.
The llieoix th.it (iinnot stumi the test
cl dallx" lile xxill not stand the test ol
dxliii,, lot ii it stands the te-si It must by
I01 an Incii.isid uxeieuce lot Hod, and
enable us In i em h out the hand of hulp
I illness to otliei s The light theoiy ot
lellginu will stun.! the lest ol living and
il.xlng, unci lor piool thai snh a life has
been llxed, wo need onlx to iiciepl thu
dlxine niitiup of Jesus Clulsi on mitls
factoix giounils, tm Ills life was llxed
lindoi the seven st haiilshlp'
A ROYAL LIPi:
ills xxus 11 iox.il lite, Ilxod In pcileetlon
and sliuggllng In the I. ue of poxeit.x. Tho
hsMiiis 1 1 inn Ids lllo liaxo tumid mine
people Into the uxcaucs ol I al tit and help
than all the npciatois and mai;uutis ol
loda.x Chiist winked and was not 1 ul
1 11 led us the xxoild counts eultuie Unlay,
but He has caused to ho built 111010 ed
ucational institutions, touudeil mom II -bullies,
and Is iespemslile loi 11101 o piul
f.xiug liteiatlile than 1111.x one 1 Ise, llo
has led the louipiests 01 all the xxoild,
and (oiuiueied molt- than all the gcnvials
.Icmih Chi Hi louglit, lilt el and died leu
us, nnd in Him ceuti'i.s all chionnlugv us
tho head ot the kingdom of Until. Them
aio In this, win id 111010 Hum leu mllllouu
ot his sublet Is lead to light for him. Hueli
a life us Ids Is mailable toi all ol us ll wo
will bin accept lint It is haul to gel
piople to uiidei.stiiud and bcllexo that
fact Slillix ilcli people on this t ill 111 1110
not win 111 a (cut 111 the siglll nt God, foi
God does not muiMiie men b the houses
Ihex build 01 the (lotlies llie Weill, but
b.x Hull faith in Mini
The gleat lesson ill lllo In he leuilied
Is Hint God is lulling to us to Havol oil
Hie load leading to a m.viil lite, and to
be dim Ipllueil to step uud xxmk toKutll'M'
ill Hie (lunch of Cllllsl foi He hii.XH, "If
uny man will coaie uftn me, let him duiy
jillllM'll and tuke up his class uud lollaxx
inc." Tho law of inyul llxing Is the law
ol MKiillio, uud oiu' leal xulun is exl
(lemi'il bj mil nullity c Miitllho foi
thai which Is uhiAo us and heller than
us uud Is onl measuud by Gods stand
aid God xx ants man to take up His life
uud pass it 011. uud tlie man who wont
do this Is 11 thief mid 11 lobbei, blasting
his own and mhei llxes Tim only load
In a happy life is sauillio. mid theio U
a Jolly, happy, Clulstlun life, inr nil who
will incept t'luist The way to glm.x l
tho way of the eios.s, nnd II Mm follow
.lesiis tin must den.x MiuiMlf, lake up
His noss and lollovx Him,
TI1110 sessions of the (ouxeullou will
be held today, beginning ut b.;u a m . .'
p 111 and I'M p in Thu nioiiiiug xxill
be occupied In laziness, spliituiil, Hid
my and social discussions, and ut tho at
teinoiiu seixieo seveial addiess will be
In tho evening Hev Samuel P t'phain,
1), 1), of Uiuxv Theologlrul bPinluuiy,
will speak on "Oiu Debt o the Slethodlst
Patlieis " ,
Smoot, "the typew liter man," has
tlnee maihlnes which he will tell for
U0 each, a Deiisinoie, Remington and
Smith Piemier. The Hist comes gets
the pick of either machine.
Uueinbey Hulldlnsr, city.
wA W3GF faff
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director.
GO LINDEN STREET.
HALF A CENTURY AGO
St. Luke's Episcopal Church About
to Celebinte an Important Event
in Its History.
The menlbetr of the congi ogutlon ot
St. Luke's Hprscupal chinch 111 e malting
claboiitte piepatatlons for the lelebiu
tlou of the fiftieth until vet sal y ot tho
oia-iitilziition ot the chinch, on Satur
day, Simdny and .Monday next.
Satin dliv Is St. IatkeV day, and on
Hint occasion theio will he a lelebtatlon
ot the holy (.otumimlon at 7 a. m. by
Hex. Dr. Hogeis Israel, the lector, and
at lOIiiJ o'clock by Ut. Hex". HMiop
Htlielbeil Talbot, of the diocese ot Cen
tral Pennsxlvtinln. ltev. Dr. lleniy lj.
Jones, lector of St. Stephen's chinch,
at Wllkes-P.ni re, will preach at thin
The .1n11lve1u.il y set x h e ptoper will
be conducted on Satin clay night In tho
pai Mi house. hen 11 hlstoilcal sketch
of the 1 Inn oh will be lend by Samuel
Hlnes, w ho has been piomlnrntlv Identi
fied xx Uh the chinch for upwutds of
thlity yeai. Addi esses -will be inndp
ut tills sen Ice by Ut. Hev. Hlshop Tal
bot, Hev. Dr. Llo.xd. of Xexv Yoik, sec
letai.x or the boaid of fcnelgn missions:
Hex". Dr. James SIcLeod, pastor of the
PI 1 st Pipsbytuiiau chinch; Hex". Dr. C.
SI. Glllin, pastor of the Klin Paik
Sletliodlst Kpl.sc opal 1 lunch, and Ilex".
Di. Ilobeit V. Y. I'leiee. pastor of the
Peiiu Axentie Baptist chinch.
Ut. Hex". Bishop Talbot will pi each a
senium at the Sunday morning senlco
In the ohm oh, and theio xxill be a c ele
Inatlon of the holy communion at noon,
at which he will olllilute. A special
Sunday school set x Ice for the child! en
will be conducted in the chinch at 3
o'clock, when Bishop Talbot, Dr. Lloyd
and otheis will speak. Rev. Dr. J.
Philip B Pendleton, of Schenectady, X.
Y a l'oinier rector of the chuieh. xxill
pi each at the Sunday nlgh sen Ice.
On Monday theie xxill bo a celebiatlon
of the holy communion at 7 a. in , and
a meeting ot the visiting clergy In the
lectin y ut 10 a. in. 11 11 happy coinci
dence the twentieth wedding unnlxei
saiy ot Di. Isiael and his wile lulls on
this day, and in obseivance of lliis
ex cut a leecption xxill be conducted In
the palish house between the liouis ot
I and l! p m. The tenth minlveiwiiy of
Dr. Isiael's lectoishlp will be obsei ved
on Monday night with 11 public lecep
tion In the pailsh house, between Hie
hnuis of b nnd 11. Botli Dr. Pendleton
and ltev. Di. Swentyel. ol Biooklxn,
another foimer lector, xxill bo piesent
on this 01 cusion.
The committee xxhlcli bus the ar
langements tor the seml-centeimlul
celebiatlon in oliuigo consists of the
pillowing membeis of the congicgation:
Samuel Hines. Theodoie G. Wolf, Dxer
ctt Wan en, J. II. Bet-sell and Thomas
St. Luke's cluucli was oiganlzed in
18".', and the leetoi.s who h.ue since
been in chaigo .11 e us lollovx s: Hex.
John Long. Apt II, 1!!."-',' to September,
IS'.S, Hex-. W. C. Robinson, Febiuaiy,
1S"A to December, lSW; Rev. A. Augus
tus Simple, Januaiy, lSiiS, to Xoxem
bei, 1S7T; Hex". C. Inglls Chapln, Xoxem
ber, 1S77, to Apiil, 1870: Hev. J. Philip
H. Pendleton, D. D, Octobei, 1S71), to
May. 1SS1; Hex". Hemy C. Swentzel, D.
D Slay. 1SS", to Apill, 1S9J; Rev.
Rogeis Isiael, D. D, Xovembei, 1S9J.
THREE SLANDER SUITS.
They Aie the Outgiowth of the
Stiike Allegations That Aie
Made by the Plaintiffs. N
Tlueo tiespass suits, glowing out of
alleged shindeious woids utteied be
cause of the stiike, weie begun csler
du by Attoines Joseph O'Btlen nnd
R.II. I'atteison lor Matthew Golden,
David Jeffieys and Anthony Lofttis.
Duinases In the .sum of $.1,000 Is asked
In each case.
The defendant in the suit htouglit by
Golden Is Patilck Xotty, of DJ.I AVest
M.uket stieet, this city. Golden alleges
that on September 1'0, last, Xotty told
a number of pel sons that Golden was
an agent for the dlfteient ccupoiatloiis
mining coal in this county and wuh
liylng to Influence mining men to ie
tuiu to xx 01k unci accused Golden of
Inning leieived a consldeiable sum of
money for his woik, and Blither ac
cused Guidon of being 11 lnlbe taker.
He also aicuued Golden of walking In
and around tho mliiPS, and wound up
by s tying thut Golden hud applied to
Michael Gi lines for money and, was
vvoise than a "scab." All of this caused
him (Golden) to lose lespect of Ills
lielglibois and be ostiacUcd,
David Jeffieys' suit Is ugiilust Michael
H. Lynett, of 1731 Beaumont a venue.
Ills complaint is exactly the same us
Golden's He xxiih vlee-pusldent of
Local No. Mil, of the United Sllno
Workeis of Auieilca, nnd had to 10
slgn because of the stoiles told by Ly
nett, Anthony Loftus' suit Is iigulnst
Pntiiek Gallagher, of 17a3 Peny ue
nue. He was piesldent of Lotal 510, of
the mine xxotkeiij the meiuheis of
vvhli h compelled hlui to icslgn hecauso
of the stoiles told by Gallagher, which
in a geneial way weie Identical with
the stoiles told by Golden lonceinlng
Nutty. Capiases weie Isbned tor the
defendants and placed In thu hands of
SENIORS WON THE GAME,
Defeated the Sophomoies nt Base
The Senior anil tho Sophomoie base
ball clubs of the Scranton High school
battled for the chuinplonshlp ot the
school yest,etduy, In the (list pait ot
the game tho SophoinoieH had exeiy
thing their own xvay, but la thu hibt
tluee innings they went up hi the air,
and tho Seniors won out by the seme
of IS to 10.
This was the last game, ami the
Senium by their vlctoty aie tho chnni
ploiib of the whole four classes. The
tcoie by Innings:
Seniors 0 0 t 3 2 !) 0 IS l'J I
Sophomores 0 ".' I 0 1 0 3-10 b tf
Are offered by the Conservatory for Piano
forte Instruction to Students of all grades, from
beginners to prospective professionals.
Students can begin now.
AUTUMN SESSION OP
In Connection with It the Consocia
tion of the Tiinity Chuieh of
West Plttston Occiured.
Tlie nlitlttnii sessions of tho Aichdea
coniy of Sctunton begun Monday night
In the Tilnlty lOplscopul chinch of
West Plttston. In connection xxllh the
sessions thu consociation of the Trin
ity chinch took place yesteulay. The
meetings opened ut 7.30 Monday night
with Bishop Talbot ptcsldlng; and
theie xx etc piesent Aichdencon Rev. D.
W. Coxe, and about twenty cletgymutt
fiom the vailous chinches. The theme
upon which tlnee uddioses wcie made
last night xvns "Clulstlanlty In Modem
Life and Thought." Hex". Rogeis
Isitiel, of Seianton, spoke on "The
Spliltual Dlement In Modem Move
ment." Rev. Geoige C. Foley, of Wll
llamspoit, guxe an addiess on the "In
dications ot the Selentlllc Ueactlon in
Favor of Religion, " Ii) which he spoke
of the Indent uttacks made on Cluls
tlanlty by scientists, and declined thut
no antagonism exists between science
and religion. .
Hex-. Homy Jones, ot Wllkes-Uarie,
who spoke on "Clulstlanlty, the Salt
of the Woild," gave a hi lot and 'foi ce
fifl addiess on the theme. At the close
of the exenlng session u leeeptlon was
given to the bishop and visiting cler
E men In the Kxeter club looms.
Yesteiduy's sessions commenced at 7
a. in. with holy communion, nnd ut ! T.O
11 business meeting xx-as held in the
Sunday school 100m. Tho consecration
of thu chuieh took place at 10.30 u. 111.
Senior Waiclen H. G. Slercur picsented
to the bishop the Instrument ol elona
tlon giving the c lunch piopeity to tlie
Juilsdlctiou ot tlie bishop. The sen
tence ol consociation was lead by
Archdeacon D. Webster Coe. and this
was also accepted by the bishop. Tlie
psalms and lessons of the day weie
read by Rex". Ddwarel Hemy Kckel, a
foimer pastor of Tilnlty chinch. The
sei moil was by Hev. John II. Edgat, of
Rome, X. Y., who took for his text. He
The -visiting cleigymen weie sei ved
xxith luncheon In tho Hxeter club looms
and in the. aflei 110011 the tolloxvlng pio
gi amine was 1 endured:
,;00p 111 Business Sleeting In Sunday
Sdiool 1 00111
,! JO p in Tilnlty Cluucli
ml Alelidpiiccm's Itepmt.
(h) Papei The Chinch's Su
pciioi Repiipnient foi SIls
The Rex", P A Gel mint, Tu-
Hxegcsls, Luke II, -I.
The Rev. R A. Wiuiinei,
7 in p. m Dvenlug Piaxer
.xionu ose, 111
Subject: The SVmkoi.s' Ule-s-
Addiess, Setting a Ileait oil
Pile lor Sllssloiis, '
The Rev Rdwitid lleniy Hek-
el, Willlamspoit, Pa.
Addiess. "Tho Satlsfiu tinn
ol u Shine in Ascei tallied
An hilcninu Co'o
Addiess; "riplilln.il Ginxvth
hx Mlsslonaiy Woik
Tomoiiow Sir. llaixey P. Walter xxill
be 01 daincd to the dlaconato In St.
MITCHELL TO BE HERE.
Mine Woikeis' Lender Will Speak in
Nny Aug Pnrk on Sundny.
A .special 1 onimlttee of the Cential
1 ii,i. union last nlclit concluded ai-
r.iiigenieiitH toi a big mass meeting, to
be held In Nay Aug paik on Sunday
atteinoon uct, lor tue puipose 01 gix
i.r nnMiilpii lnboi of this ilty nn op-
poitunlty to show its appioval of tliu
sti iking mlneis" cause.
Addicssos will be made at the meet
ing by Piesldent John Mitchell, of the
railed Sllno . AYoikets, and Dlstilct
presidents Nlcholls, Fnhey nnd Duffy.
Piesldent John Dovlne, of the Cential
Labor union, will piebldu and music
will be furnished by the Lawrence
band. The North Hurt Glee club xxill
lead the audience In singing "The Star
Spangled Bannei" and "Aineilca."
The legular meeting or thu Central
Labor union will be held at the paik
PiJor to the mass meeting.
City and School Taxes 1003.
Tho aboxp tax duplicates aio now In
my hands for collection.
F. S HARK 13 rt,
A full line of goad, heavy, xxaim
Mxcateis. Floioy eS. BiooKs, 5-'-' and Ml
Spiuce stieet, opposite couit hou.se.
Courseu's Special Java
5 Pounds, $1,00.
Compare it with 35c
E. G, Course n,
420 Lacknwnnnn Avenue.
ONE GOES UP SEVEN PLACES;
THE OTHER ONE.
Mr. Collins Also Takes tho Lead in
the Special Contest Pivo Contest
ants Havo Passed Their Fifth
Centttiy Eleven Lendeis Scojcd
Yesterday Ten More Dnys of the
Standing of Contestants
1. A. J. Kellerman, Scrnnton.945
2. Charles Burns, Vnndling.010
3. William T. S. Rodriguez,
4. Win, Sherwood, Hnrford. .545
5. Pied K. Ounster, Green
G. Oscar H. Kipp, Elmhmst.517
7. Herbott Thompson, Cnr-
8. Albert Freedmnn, Belle-
0. J. A. Havenstiite, Mos
10. Mnxwell Shephcid, Cnr-
11. Chas.W. Dorsey, Scinnton.318
12. L. E. Stanton, Scrnnton. .215
13. Harry Madden, Scranton". . 170
14. Hendrick Adams, Chin
15. Lewis Bates, Seianton . . .111
16. Homer Kresge, Hyde Paik.102
17. M i s s Beatrice Hnipur,
18. Finnk B. McCreary, Hnll-
stend '. 96
19. Fred Kibler, South Scrnn
20. Miss Jnne Mathewson,
21. Don C. Cnpwell, Scranton.. 81
22. William Cooper, Priceburg 76
23. Louis Gere, Brooklyn.... 71
24. Hemy E. Collins, Kizers. 66
25. A. L. Clark, Green Grove . 60
26. John Mackie, Providence . 54
27. Hugh Johnston, Forest
28. Miss Edna Colemnn,
29. Walter Hnllstead, Seian
30. Giant M. Decker, Hall-
31. Lee Culver, Spiirigville. . 41
32. Elmer Williams, Elmhurst 39
33. Miss Mary Yeager, Green
Dlexeu of the leadeis In The Tiib
une's Hdiicatlonnl Contest scoied points
jesteiday, as follows:
Hemy IS. Collins -'.I
Slaxwell Shepherd l."
l.uxxis Bales s
Louis Geie 7
Heibeit Thompson 0
Ch.ules Bums J r.
Fiank ii. McCiiMiy 4
William II. Slieiwood -
Oscar II. Kipp -
Al thin J. Thujer 1
Ch.ules W. Doisey 1
Theie xxeie two changes. Slaxxxell
Sheplieid passed Chillies W. Doisey
and heJtels tenth place by foui points.
Hemy D. Collins, who was in thlitv
llist place jesteulay. is now twentj
touith, having passed Lee Culxci,
Giant SI. Decker, Walter Hnllstead,
Sllss Falun Coleman, Hugh Johnston,
John Mnekle and A. L. Chuk.
Theio are fixe contestants In Hie ."00
column now, and none in tlie 100, xxhlle
the 300 now has four. Theie aie .six
teen contestants between eighteenth
and thlity-thhd place who liaxe scoied
less than 100 points, and theie Is likely
to be a gleat .shake-up In that putt of
Homy K. Collins has thu stai t for the
$:, in gold oftuied to the contestant xvho
Mines tho liugest number of points
this week. Maybe some one will catch
him befoie the xxeek is oxer, however.
Theie uie ten moie days ot Hie con
test. llenililck Adams, of Chinchilla, v hose
poituilt appeals this moinlng, did not
enter the contest until Juno 7, when it
was mme than a month under wa.
Sir. Adams was the eighty-fifth to en
loll. llo Is now In foiuteentli place.
LEADERS FOR THE
SPECIAL HONOR PRIZE
nvn DOM-Aits in cold
to the contestant sent lug tho l.ugest
numbei of points for xxeek end
lug Satuiduy, Octobei 14
1. lleniy H Collins -'5
L', John Slacklc 21
::, Lewis Bates 21
4, Slaxwell Shopheid ,,.., 15
5 Hugh Johnston ,..12
ti. Hcudilck Adams I
7, Louis Geie. ,,,.... 7
5, Herbeit Thompson 0
9, Chailes Hums ,..M 5,
10, Atthui J. Thaxer 2
Seianton Business College.
The school has begun Its ninth ear
Same Instiuctlons. Students enter at
any time. Demand fm bookkeeper and
stenoginpheis gteutei than supply The
night school pie-emlueiitlx the school
for those who would cam while they
See the Cut Han.
Effective and attiactlvo half-tones
and line cuts for caul, advertising or
any other puipobc, can be tecureil at
The Tiibune ofllce. Wo do woik that
lb unexcelled, do It piomptly anil at
lowest rates. A tilal otdcr xxill con
DR. DAVID SPENCER WEDDED.
A Hint lingo of some Intel est to many,
In this xlclnlly took pluce H'Stetdny
moinlug In New Yoik, the pintles being
Rev. David Spencer, D. D pastor iiT
the Ulnkely Baptist dun eh, and Miss
lA'dlti ll (laughter of Sir. and Sits,
Unbelt A. Hltklmlz, of Itaclne, Wis.
Rev, Joseph A. Hliklinl?, a In other of
the In hie, was thu olllclutlng cletg.x
niiui. Dr. Spencer Is known to a huge
clictu In Scntiiloii and trinity, wheie
he has dmit' and Is lining a gicut work
for the cause which lies near his html.
The In Idu Is highly esteemed Idr hoi
many I'lnlxtlan (iimlltles and cluitncler.
After Kiadlliitlng ft mil thu Baptist
'Pi Dining school In Chicago, she beenme
u mlsslonaiy In Wisconsin and among
the Indians In Oklahoma. For two
Jeaia she him been million In the gov
ernment Indian school In Kansas, The
Blakely cluucli and the eutlie commun
ity Is to be cungrattitated on the coming
of ti pastot's wlto so well lltled for that
position. Rex", uud SI is, f)r. Spencer ur
ilved home lust evening nnd-xxeie cor
dlnlly weleoined A sumptuous wedding
supper xvus piepiued for them ut the
paisonage. 'I'hey will he ut home to nil
callers, In the Blakely Baptist paison
age, on and uftei Slondny, October :!0,
fiom i to ." and 7 to 10 p. m until the
close of the month. The Ciiibondnle
cms to uud fiom Scinnton pass the
icsldencc eveiy half hour.
NEW SCHOOL INSPECTED.
A number of tlie momhet.s of the
school boaid yesteulay Inspected tlie
new No. '22 school, which is located on
Keyset- avenue, near West Sliuket
stieet. The nexv building Is a neat,
four-loom hi Ick slittcttiie. which has
just been completed by the Dunninic
Lumber company, after plans piepiued
by Architect James Feenoy. The
membeis xxvie unanimous In their ex
pressions ot appioval at tlie beauty
and stability or the building.
The old No. '12 school had to be aban
doned last spilng because ol tlie sul
pliuious gases ailslng fiom a binning
culm pile neai by. The Delawaie,
Lackawanna and Western company
exchanged tlie lot on which tlie new
building Is located tor the old site. The
nexv building cost completed about
CONFERENCE ON PAVE.
Dneetor of Public Woiks Roche, Clt
Solicitor Watson, Chief Engineer Phil
lips, of the buieau of englneeilng, and
Contiactor SI. H. Dale, who Is eon
stiuctlng the Piovldenee load puxe
ment, had a confeience jesteulay af
ternoon legaullng the piogiess of the
woik on that Impiovement, xxlileh has
been lutauled because of tho objection
of the Scrnnton Railway company to
the methods emplo.xed.
Mr. Phillips Is still determined that
the conciote shall be laid lioni cmb to
cutb, thus closing p.u t of the coin
panj's Hacks. Geneial Slauagei Silll
man Is equiilly delei mined that one
tiack shall be left open. He xxill ai
lixe today and will consult with Di
lector Hoclie on the mutter.
Last Week of Schrievei's Fiee Gold
Hxeiy patent desiring their child to
possess one of those -valuable gold
chuln necklaces' being ptesented by
Scluiexer to the little ones, should see
to it that tlie sitting is made befoie
October 20th, when "the dlstiihution
Dr. Llndabuiy, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, 215 Connell building.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. in.; 7 to 8.30
SPECIAL THIS WEEK.
Made of good heavy
stylishly made, some
tucked and pleated,
some ruffled. 'The
best Underskirt bar
gain in Scranton.
An unusual value at
$1.39. Tuesday and
All Cars Transfer to 1
I want to tell you about a rubber article
Indispensiblc to you, it's a
That can bs worn over an overcoat to
protect it from rain and mud and guar
antee waterproof, it does not weigh more
than a linen duster and can be carried in
the pocket or instrument case, the price
is $4,00. Come in and look at it
Tcif Dollars for' Guests
Who can nnmo the winner In" Tha
Tilbuuo'f! Pductillonnl Contest mid
tell tho mimbei of points ho or she
First Prize 85.00 in Gold.
Next Three $1.00 each.
Next Two 50 cents each,
Next Four 25 cents each
TOTAL Ten Prizes, Ten Dollars.
Cut nut thn coupon linlow, fill It In.
mid send to "Hernnton Tribune, Scran
ton, Pn Oucssltiff Contest."
Wednesday, Oct, 13,
I think the xxlnnei of Tho Ti to
nne's Ptltlcallonnl Contest will ho
No, of points
Cut out this lower coupon only.
Will bo pleased to iccelvo
money In any amount and
into of Intel est thereon.
WI1II0 our I'
small, xx 0
ly nblo to
Open an account with us.
J j. A. WATR10S
V. L. PHILLIPS
Thlul Vice-Piesidcnt and Ticasuror
Ala am Neshllt. . Thomas D. Jones.
WHIIuin F. TInll3lcad
O. S. Joltnson Thomas II, Watklns.
L. A. Wntics.
Aie the best in the world.
In VARNISHES we carry
Also a full line of Brushes
126-128 Franklin Ave.
THZSV ENTSHPRISINQ DEALCtS Cfl.V
SUPPLY YOUR NEFOS OF CVERY
CHARtCTCfl PROMPTLY AND SATIS
FACTORILY. FOR SALB
nfOniUS nnd WRO-S of all ImlJi aio
lluii.ci anil Iliillilliig lot at lurgalm
IIOHb! S LLIPI'llI) nnJ (.KOOMl i) Jt
M. T. KELLER
Lackivvinna Carriage Works
SECURITY BUILOINQ SAVINaSUVI3N I
Hone Ofllce, COS-MT Jtcirs Duililinp.
We m itmln lnir raih month whlci
Fhnvr 11 t i;ihi in tin- Investor ot about H
cr 11 We In ui inoiiov. W'c also Uu"
I'l 1 1 1 Ii soch siaoeo per tlurc, inter
est p.1,1. 1 aenil unniully.
AMir.lt r n.l.b, Seeretny.
E. JOSEPH KUETTEL.
rear 011 I ixkaxviiina nvrnue, mannfaclnr-r n'
Wire Screens of all kinds, fully prepaid for
the sprinc; season. We make all kinds ol
porch screens, etc.
ft fc 0 ir--. .i
Oneril Tcntractor, Ituililer anil Dealer ii
ItulldliiR Mone, ( riientins of edlais a i
1 laity Telephone- Ij'U
Oiflce, J!7 WaslihiKton axenuc
THE SCRANTON VITRIFIED BRICK
Maker of IVxlnj Itrlek, ett
Ceneril i-.de? jent. tlllke
ave Worksn. N i "s, I'l , I
I II Dale
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