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THE SCHANTON TBIBUNB-SATL'UDAV, OCTOBER IS, 1902
THE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
la n great source of com
fort, however It often causes
uneasiness the sparks fly
about the'rooin and there Is
dnngor Unless you have n
then you are absolutely
snfe. We can supply you
with all kinds of SPARK
X Foote & Shear Co.
O J9 Washington Ave.
Title Gitarnjity anil Trust ,Co. slock
at ?17(i per share. Ten shares.
Pulled Suites Lumber Co. stock nt
$1' per share. Fifteen shares.
I.uokuwunnn. Telephone Co. bonds nt
$M and interest. "Good ns wheat."
Economy Steam Hent Co. bonds at
pur, with '2! per cent, stock bonus.
The scarcity of money Is the renson
why these securities are sellltiK nt these
Wo sell securities on commission.
Come nnil tell us about what you have
It. ERNEST COMEOYS & CO,,
703 Council Building.
of MUsic and flrf
Offers the exceptional advan
tage of Piano and Organ stucvy
with Mr. Sumner Saltei', an
artist teacher of recognized
standing in the musical world.
Register now. 604 Linden st.
jLJi tsm m m m m m m mm
t1ae you seen the
new " SPREADER
FLASH PISTOL, Its
a wonder. Call and
cessary to amateur
211 Washington Ave.
to the Wise
Who Have Ready Cash
This Is the thno to buy some of our bet
.ncal dividend paying stocks and bonds.
Bonio people who have these securities
are obliged to have cash to meet obliga
tions falling due, and me willing to ac
cept offers on mum of tlm liost of these
sine dividend payers, for less price, than
you are likely to get them fur again. W'u
nro the transfer representatives, Inning
already a number of thfso securities on
hand to offer, end will Ibid any utheis jnu
may want without delay,
If you are looking for a guud safe in
vestment, either Ponds, Hank or. Indus
trial Stocks and want It at the bottom
price call Immediately at
I. F. riEGAROEL & CO.
Stocks, Bonds and Securities,
On Your Linen.
30S-310 Penn Avenue,
A. B, WARMAN.
October y At Lyceum, speakers, .Sec
retary of the ,avy .Moody and others,
Oct, SI ,t Lyceum, speakers Judgo
1'aimypnrker. Republican camllilato tor
governor, and others.
SI 5,000 House Wanted.
If you huvu such a residenco "for
sale," let mo hear from you. It must
be roomy, thoroughly modern, ami f in
lshed In hardwood. .Steam heat pro
foiled, Location must bu tho best, III
central city or Oreen Ridge. Cun buy
lot nnil build, but prefer buying place
already built, If the right property can
1m found. Address, giving full particu
lars, with tho original cost, lowest Bale
prc, terms, etc., "Uuyee," t.a,0 Tri
CELEBRATION AT ST. LUKE'S
Meeting in 'the Parish House To
night When the Leading Protestant
Clergymen Will Tender Congratu
lations Rt. Rev. Bishop Talbot
Will Preside and Will Preach To
morrow Morning Twentieth An
niversary of Dr. Israel's Marriage
and Tenth of His Rectorship.
The celebration of the fiftieth nnnl
veisnry of the establishment of St.
Luke's Episcopal church which begins
with n special communion service this
moniliiK at 7 o'clock unci continues
throughout today, tomorrow and Mon
day, promises to bo one of the most
elaborate and Interesting events of Its
kind cVet observed in this city.
Besides lit. Itcv. Itlshop Kthelbeit
Talbot, of the diocese of Central Penn
sylvania, there will be present ltev.
Ur. Henry (', Kwentzcl, of Brooklyn,
N. Y and ltev. Or. J. P. IJ. Pendleton,
both former rectors; ltev, Dr. Lloyd, of
New York, secretory of the board of
foreign missions; ltev, D. Edgar, of
Home, X. Y., one of the brightest minds
in the Episcopal church; Rev. Mr. Har
rington, of AVest Plttston; Rev. .1. P.
Ware, of Honesdalo and others.
The meeting tomorrow night to be
conducted In the parish house will bo
In the nature of n fraternal and con
gratulatory gathering. Historical ad
dresses will be made and expressions of
good will given by the clergymen of
other denominations. The reception on
Monday afternoon and night will be
held In commemoration of Ilev. Dr.
Israel's twentieth marriage anniversary
and the tenth anniversary of his rector
ship respectively. The complete pro
gramme for the three days Is as fol
lows: ST. I.fKirS DAY.
Holy Communion ".a. m.
The Rector, Rev. Rogers Israel, 1). IX,
Holv Communion 10.M a. in.
The 111. Rev. Kthelbeit Talbot. V. D
J.I.. D Ci'lelunnt. The Rev. Henry
J,. Jones S. T. D Preacher.
Reet'iilliin for the Children.... Jl to r, p. in.
Anniversary Meeting wi p. m.
Historical Paper, Mr. Samuel Hlnes. Sen
Ion Warden. Addresses Historical
U1ST SPNDAY AFTKH TRINITY.
Holy Communion 7.:!0 :i. in.
The Rev. J.' Philip H. Pendleton, D. U
Morning Prayer and Sermon.... M.tai a. m.
The Row J. Philip U. Pendleton, 1). I).,
I.L. X, Preacher.
Holy Communion 1- m.
The Bishop, Colelunnt.
Sunday School Service :: p. ni.
Addresses: Tho Bishop'. Rev. in: Lloyd
livening Prayer and Sermon '." p. in.
Tlie Row J. Philip li .Pendleton, iX D
Holy Communion 7 a. m.
The Rector, Celebrant.
Clergy Meeting 1" n. m.
Reception I to (i p. in.
To Commemorate the Twentieth Annlver-
vcrsary of the Rector's Marriage.
Reception S to 11 p. m.
For the Bishop, Rector and Clergy to
Commemorate the Tenth Anniver
sary of the Present Rectorate.
It is the wisli of the committee of
arrangements that the offering taken
up shall be gold as far as possible.
Members of Thirteenth Regiment to
The annual rllle tournament of the
Thirteenth regiment will be shot today
at the Dickson City range under the
dii'ectioioof First Lieutenant Lewis P..
Carter, inspector of rifle practice.
Each company will enter a team of
four men. There will be a company
mutch and an all-comer's match but
both will be shot together. The high
man In each company will win a prize
and tho scores made will count in tho
all-comes mutch. The company mak
ing the best score will win a trophy to
bo purchased later. Shooting will be
gin at !i o'clock and the general pub
lic Is Invited. The prizes are as fol
lows: All-comer's match First prize, Smith
and Wesson revolver, donated by Hon.
V. W. Flell;'.; second prize, travelling
bug, donated by Captain F. M. Vanil
lins; third prize, pair of brushes, donat
ed by Fonto and Shear company.
Company prizes Company A, Morris
chair, donated by Captain Conrad;
Company U, toilet brushes, donated by
John Barnes; Company C, Dunliip hut,
donated by Major Frank Robling; Com
pany P, company pin, donated by First
Lieutenant K. H. Ripple, jr.; Company
13, silver medal, donated by K. '.. Rus
sell; Company F, company, pin donated
by Lieutenant Franklin Henshaw;
Company II, suit case, donated by
Judge A, A. Vosburg; Company I,
medal, donated by Captain Horn; Com
pany K, pin, donated by Lieutenant J,
M. Kdwiiids; Company L, camera, do
nated by Conrad Sehroeder; non-eiyn-nussloiuil
staff, shoes, donated by
Scluink and Hpeucer,
Musician Mnoro'ehnlleiiRes any mem
ber of the regiment to shoot nil exhibi
tion match Willi Krag-Jorgeusen rifles
after the other mutches uic shot,
JUMPED FROM A CAR.
Mis, Timothy Jones Slightly Injured
While a squad of patrolmen were
raiding the "Hub" on Spruce street
last night, the proprietress, Mrs, Tim
othy Jones, Jumped from a Laurel lllll
car In front of the place and sustained
Khe was assisted Into (lie house and
n physician was called to attend her,
Three of tho inmates were placed under
HAVEMEYERS & ELDERS
20 lbs for $ I .00
THE BEST ON EARTH.
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
Ill Lackawanna avenue. S;'l North
Main avenue. 'Phono "3-i. Prompt
delivery. New 'Phono fi.
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director.
GO LINDEN STREET,
Notified President Roosevelt That
He Will Serve on tho Commis
sion as Requested.
Thomas H, Watklns yesterday re
ceived n personal letter from President
Itoosevelt, urging hint to accept the ap
pointment as u member of the com
mission to arbitrate the coal strike dis
putes. It reads as follows:
While House, Washington, Oct. 1C, i'MC
My Dear Mr. Watklns: 1 earnestly
hope you will servo on the commission,
t think its appointment averted u very
terrible clnnger which was Imminent over
all our people. Sincerely yours,
Mr. Thomas It, Wntklii', Scranton, Pa.
Mr. AViitklns sent a reply containing
his acceptance and expressing his np
preclation of the honor he felt had been
conferred upon him by being chosen us
one of the commissioners.
Sir. "Watklns had just completed ar
rangement for u trip with his family
through Mexico, to begin next week,
He had engaged u special car and at
tendants, mapped out a route and made
all the other necessary preparations.
Mr. 'Watklns has heard nothing ns
yet concerning the details of the meet
ings of the commission. Ho expects,
however, from the newspaper reports
from Washington that they will get
down to work at once. How long it will
be before their task is completed Is
wholly speculative. President Roose
velt Is desirous that the work shall be
done In a complete and exhaustive
manner. The commission will likely
want to do -this same sort of thing.
When it Is considered, as President
Olyphant, of the Delaware and Hudson
company, says, that thousands or men
have grown gray trying to satisfac
torily adjust conditions in the anthra
cite coal lields. It may bo safely guessed
that the commission has just a few
days' work before It, to say the least.
Jt was reported to one of the coal
companies' officers yesterday that some
of the locals were going to vote to stay
on strike until the commission had
made its report. On hearing this, the
superintendent of the company said:
"Well, if they do, they will be voting
to continue the strike six months."
MOODY TO BE WITH US.
Secretary of the Navy Will Be , the
Chief Speaker at Monday Night's
On Monday night next, at the Ly
ceum, Scrantonians will have an op
portunity of hearing one of the great
est political orators now on' the hust
ings, Hon. William H. Moody, secretary
of the navy. Everywhere be has ap
peared he has electrified his audiences
with his masterful eloquence, rare art
and impressive style. It was only
through the most fortunate circum
stances that the county committee was
able to secure him. That ho will bo
greeted by a parked house is certain.
Music will be furnished by the Sons of
Cambria fileo club and Lawrence's
On Friday, Oct. -M, at the Lyceum,
will appear Judge Ponnypacker, the
gubernatorial candidate, and his cam
paigning' party which Includes Attorney
General John P. Klkln. Music will be
furnished by the Sons of Cambria Glee
chili and the United Oermnn singing
Friday, Oct. 31. Congressman John
Dalze.ll, the probable successor of
Speaker Henderson, will be the chief
speaker at the closing rally of tho
campaign. It will ulsn lie held at tho
A series or meetings in the subuibs
and the towns up and down the valley
arc being arranged. It Is proposed to
make them rousing affairs, and with
that end In view the best speakers ob
tainable will b present.
l;.-Senntor S. J. M. McCnrrell, of
llnrrlsburg, Pulled States attorney for
the Middle district of Ppnnsylvunla.uiul
John ll. Williams, a brilliant Wllkos
liarre lawyer, arc nmong those already
secured. The national congressional
committee is In communication with
County Chairman Herbert L. Taylor
regarding the sending to this district
u number t the best speaker on Its
They Pay the User.
If you wish u half-tone or lino cut,
let the Scranton Tribune make it for
you. Our equipment for tills work la
t'omploto and up-to-date, AVo have
facilities for doing the finest sort of
work nt lowest prices and what's more,
we do it. A trial order will convince
Deviled Ham aud
Tongue (large size) 10c,
Beef a la Mode, 25c,
Delicious Soups, 10c
Delicious Peas (iiew)
15c. Good brands, 12c.
Sugar Corn, York
Are offered by the Conservatory for Piano
forte Instruction to Students of all grades, from
beginners to prospective professionals.
Students can begin now.
OUT OF DANGER
Suffered Little from the Effects of
Attempted Suicide by Taking
The parents of 15-year-old Nellie
Slmrell. of 111 18 Dickson avenue, the
girl who attempted suicide Thursday
night by taking dose of carbolic acid,
deny that the girl had any provoca
tion for her rash act.
She had been n frequent visitor to
tlie Twelfth regiment camp prior to
Thursday and her mother (jliastlsed Iter
for going there. The glrl became
piqued because her mother Insisted on
her remaining at home, and left early
In the afternoon, while the mother was
The girl wont to it nearby drug store
and purchased u quantity of carbolic
acid, which she took with her to the
camp. When Mr. Slmrell arrived homo
at supper time, and found his daughter
was absent, lie suspected she had gone
to the camp.
Ho went there and obtained permis
sion from the colonel to search through
tlie tents for her. An orderly accom
panied him, but their search was un
successful. Tho girl was there some
where, however, as later developments
She denies having said that she quar
relled with her mother, but admits the
attempted suicide, fearing punishment
from her parents. The story about her
having left a letter naming those whom
she wanted as pall-bearers at her
funeral Is denied by the family.
Her injuries are not as serious as at
first supposed, and she was dismissed
from the hospital early yesterday morn
ing and returned to her home.
From the stories; told at the Twelfth
regiment camp, the girl selected that
place for the scene of her Intended sui
cide solely to add glamor to the'nffair.
She was one of numerous visitors
who strolled through the camp Thurs
day evening, and as is a common prac
tice, dropped into one of the tents to
chat with the soldiers. There were
three privates in the tent she entered,
and, according to the ollicers of tho
regiment, they are one and all good,
The three soldiers' story of the affair
Is that tlie girl talked about having had
a quarrel with her mother and of her
intention to commit suicide. She dis
played a phial which she said contained
poison, and one of tlie soldiers took it
away from her.
After awhile she laughingly told that
the phial contained nothing but a
harmless ointment and that the story
about her Intention to commit suicide
was all a joke. Her manner wholly
disarmed the soldleis, and the phial was
returned to her. A few moments later
she placed the phial to her lips anil
swallowed its contents, boi'oie she could
Promises to He an Unusunlly Excel
The Lirderkram: society inins-trels, to
be given at Music hall, Wednesday and
Thursday, October ",i and 80. promises
to be it performance of unusual excel
lence, .n expense "or effort is to lie
spared to make it the best amateur
show of Its kind yet given here.
The first part styled "Our Army and
Navy Friends," Is to bu made excep
tionally 'plli'uresqlie by nu elaborate
electrical display. Forty members of
the l.ii.'derkranz will t,ik" part In tho
production. Lawrence's band and or
chestra will assist.
Following are members who will take
part: Hones. Phil .Martin. Oeoige
Hrleg, Fred Wclnss, Kdward Hlsolc,
Thomas Stevens, Fred Kwins; tani
bos, William Fmerlch, Victor Wenzel,
Fred Hays, Nathan JiicoIh, John Klden,
Victor Wcnxel; soloists, Louis Conrad,
Charles Wenv.el, Fred Kmorl.'h. Fred
Softly. Fred Pulaski, Will C, Somber;
chorus, William Hughes, (ins Keller,
John 1avs,v Thomas Judge, flus IJor
hclm, Fiank Stelnback, Waller Lunge,
Herman Dohelni, Frank Decker, Fred
iJluunlcr, Louis Schlmplf, Jacob Hills,
Louis Fall;, Louis Ktlpp, Joseph Al
brecht, John II, Wright, jr., the Lleder
IRON MOULDERS' BALL.
Attended by a Largo Crowd in
The Iron Mulders' unions, No, III and
fill, held their annual ball at Music
hull last night, where several hundred
people gathered and danced for several
hours to music furnished by tlie Law
A programme of twenty-four dances
was enjoyed. The affair was In charge
of the following committees: Muster
of coromonles, Frank McClaln; assis
tant master of ceremonies, Thomas
Floor conunliteo SI. Drier, Thomas
Sheridan, A. Itoso, Howard Penned,
Thomas Sargeant, Charles Ferber.
Committee of arrangements Frank
JlcClaln, chairman, union No. Ill;
James II, Drew, secretary union No,
ail; Hugh Parry. P, J, Hums, Michael
Drier, John Igo, Thomas I.augan, Al
bert Dose, John Hither, M, ,1. Cava
liaugli, Ueceptloii committee James H,
Drew, Al. Austin, Hugh Parry, John
Mullen, M. J. Mellnle, Alex .McDonald.
Just What's Wanted,
An up-to-date bakery, Quick lunch
and dining parlors will lie opened on or
about Monday, October 20, at L'0 Spruce
street, under the management of Mr.
K. ti. Ferry, who has been In tlie
bakery and restaurant basinets for oyer
twenty years In Connecticut,
Oiir aim will be to give to tho pub
lic of Scranton and vicinity, home-made
goods In tho bakery as far as Is possi
ble. Our quick lunch and dining par
lors will bo run up-to-date In every
respect, our menu a In carte.
Special attention given to theater
parties, as we shall keep open until J-'
midnight. Coiiio and see us
J, S. Miller, proprietor.
NOMINATION PAPERS SAID TO
Attacks Madg Yesteiday on the
Independent Democrat, Socialistic
Labor and Citizens' Forty by Wil
liam H. Reese, of This City, and
William Siinmsof Dalton Defects
I That Are Said to Exist in tho
Papers Filed in the County Com
Objections were yeslordny llled with
Prothonotttry Copclnnd lo the certifi
cate of nomination of the Independent
Democratic party, tho nomination
papers of the Soclitllstlc-Litbor party
candidates and the nomination papers
of William Franz, tho Citizens' cnndl
ditto for county commissioner.
William H. ltecsc, of the Fifth ward
of tills city, tiled the objections to the
certificate of nomination of John J.
Durkln and Victor Dursciiell, candi
dates of the Independent Democratic
party for county commissioners, and P.
J. Moore, candidate of the same party
for mine Inspector.
The objections set forth that there Is
no such party as the Independent
Democrats, no call for a convention of
such a party was Issued, no primary
election was hell, no delegates clouted
and no lgi'l convention hold.
It is therefore held that the certifi
cate of nomination Is without authority
and the objector asks thai tho names
bo omitted from the official ballot.
ODJFCTIONS HY SIMMS.
William Simms, of Dalton, filed tho
exceptions lo the nomination papers of
William AV. Watkln and Henry Miller,
candidates of the Socialistic-Labor
party as candidates for county com
missioners. The chief objection is that
tho papers do not contain the requisite
number of names. Tt has "22 signatures
and ought to have at least 248, it is al
leged. At least thirty of the names, It
Is charged, are In the same handwriting
aud the addresses in most instances
were put on with a rubber stamp. Be
cause of these facts, It Is held that the
papers are irregular, invalid and void.
Sir. Simms also filed exceptions to the
nomination papers of AVilllani Franz,
the cundidnte of the Citizens party Mr.
Franz's nomination papers were circu
lated an individual sheets and the heads
were then clipped orf eight of them and
the nine sheetj! pasted together and
HIHiD TO INVALIDATE THKM.
That Is held to invalidate tlie papers,
as each sheet ought to have Its appro
priate beading and be sworn to.
It is also charged that among tlie
signatmes are the names of many well-
known Republicans and Democrats,
who never belonged, to the Citizens
party, C. P. Jartwin, who signed tho
Franz papers, also signed the Union
party papers, and John Thiol signed
the Franz and Socialistic-Labor papers.
IT'S UP TO COUNCILS.
The Administration Has Done Every
thing' Possible to Secure the
Erection of Bridges.
"It's up to tho councils now. The ad
ministration has done everything it tan
to meet the difficulty."
That's the way Director of Public
'Work.-' Uochc summed up. the bridge
question yesteiday tiftcrnoon, and that's
Hie only way it can be summed up. (
Tlie demand of the people of tlie
Truth w.T'ii fin- bridges over the Pour
ing Drook. to replace tlio.-e washed
away by tlie Hood hist spilng. and of
the people of Green itldge for a struc
ture to replace tho Ilueo street bridge,
arc recognized as just demands, but
the icsponsiblllty for their not being
iccognlzed rests with councils und not
with the city ofliciuK
Doth liecordtr Council and" Director
of Public Wniks Docile urged last
spring that an Item of ?iii,GC0 lie in
eluded in tlie general bond ordinance,
then pending, for the consti action of
bridges, but councils refused to con
sider the propo-iition und passed the
measure without any such provision.
Then when tho tax levy ordinance
was passed and the statlrtlciuns began
to figure up it wan found that thct;e
would be a "surplus of between ?3,"j,0Ci)
and Jlo.tiOO. The city ofllelals saw in
tills a fund from which the cost of con
structing the bridges could be taken,
but the Democrats In select council
worked up a political grandstand piny
and passed a resolution providing for
such reduction of the tax levy that
there would lie no surplus. This was
later approved by common council.
Tlie consequence Is that there is now
no money to build the bridges, and tho
question us. to whether they shall be
constructed ur not rests with count Us.
The only possible way of providing for
their erection now would appear lo be
tho passage of the .$;I2S,000 bond ordi
nance, which contains u provision for
them iu a separato bond ordinance.
It Is up to the councils.
Dr. Llndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty. 215 Council building.
Hours: U a. in. to l p. m,; - to s.ao
That is sure to be tlie most pop
ulnr this season is now being sold
over our counters not any bign
er priced because of its superior'
ity oh no, in fact Neckwear
with half the good points of ours
is priced today for more money,
All prevailing styles,
rAV U SI'CUCB 5TA
A VERMONT FARMER WHO (EELS YOUNG
Rheumatism Once Troubled Him, but
Dr. Williams' Pink! Pills for Pale
People Cured It.
A fine specimen of the hardy Ver
mont iimner li Joseph ('huso, of Itcnds
boro, active nnil strong In body niul
mind at the beginning of his eightieth
year. A few years ago an attack of
rheumatism caused tho old gentleman
much suffering, but Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills cured that and he Is now enjoying
unusual health, for oiu of fourscore
years. When recently Interviewed, he
"I was not confined to my bed, but 1
suite red n great deal of pain. My back
and shoulders were lame ami my anus
were so sore that 1 could not get my
coat on without assistance. Heavy farm
work and exposure In ail kinds of
weather probably brought on the rheu
matism and It was so stubborn, Hint I
couldn't seem to get rid of It.
"One day I saw Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People mentioned In a
newspaper und I got sonic, I felt heller
after taking one box ami took four or
five boxes altogether. They cured mo
and the cure was pertnanenl. I recom
mend Dr, Williams' Pink Pills to every
one who is not well, and I know of other
cases where they have given good re
sults." P.heumatlsin Is a disease or the blood
and it must lie treated through the
blood. External applications can give
no benefit that will last. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Palo People arc unlike
other medicines because they act di
rectly on the blood and nerves. Tills
makes them Invaluable In such diseases
as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis,
St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia,
nervous headache, the al'ter-elTccts of
Hie grip, palpitation of the heart, pale
and sallow complexions and all forms
of weakness either In male or female.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for'Pale Peo
ple are sold by all dealers, or will be
sent on receipt of price, fifty cents it
box or six boxes for two dollars and
fifty cents, by addressing Dr. Williams
Medicine company, Schenectady, N. Y.
IS A SUPPOSED PROFESSIONAL.
Morgan Arrested on Another Charge
by Superintendent Day. x
Superintendent of Police Day yester
day swore out an additional warrant
for the arrest of F. Morgan, whose at
tempted forgeries and other escapades
were told of in Tlie Tribune. The new
charge against Morgan Is that of ob
taining money and goods by false pre
tense. On Wednesday, it appear.', Morgan
engaged a messenger boy and sent him
to Picliel's drug store with a note bear
ing the signature of Di: J. F. Sultry,
asking the druggist to send at once to
his ofilce, by the messenger boy, a
gallon of the best whiskey and change
for a ten-dollar bill. Morgan waited
for the boy at the Conway house, a
bioclc Mind a half away, and took the
whiskey and money which the unsus
pecting druggist entrusted to the mes
sensrer. At tlie police station, yesterday, the
messenger boy identified Alorgan as tlie
man who gave him the note.
Morgan Is believed to bo a profes
sional crook from Chicago. Superin
tendent Day had him measured and
photographed, and will find out, if pos
sible, who lie Is by communicating with
the Chicago police authorities.
takes first to human milk; that failing,
tlie mother turns at once to cow's milk
as the best substitute. Horden's Kagle
Urn ml Condensed Milk is a cow's milk
scientifically adapted to the human in
fant. Stood first for forty-live years.
See the Cut Man,
Effective and attractive half-tones
and line cuts for card, advertising ni
nny other purpose, can be secured at
The Tribune ofilce. Wo do work ihitt
is unexcelled, do it promptly and at
lowest rates. A trial order will con
City nnd School Taxes 1002.
Tho above tax duplicates are now In
my hands for collection,
F. S. BARKER,
Mr. Charles H, Doersam, teacher of
the pianoforte wll receive pupils after
Nov. 1st., In his studio in the New Y.
M. c. A. building. I'ntll then address
211 Penn u venue.
The middleman's pro
lit by purchasing your
mnbicllai or parasols
direct from tho iniinii
fnctiuor. Special In
ducements just how
la order to clear out
our stock preparatory
to making up our
ClirlslmiiH line. UV
arc the only exclusive umbrella iniimi
factiueis In tho cllj.
SCRANTON UMBRELLA MANU
Sl:i SI'IU'CH STIIKKT.
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Are the best in the world.
In VARNISHES we carry $
Valentines and J
Also a full line of Brushes
Bittenbender & IS
126-128 Frauklin Ave.
Ten Dollars for Guesses
Who ran hnme tho winner In Tlin
TiJJinno's Educational Contest hnd
tell the number of points ho or alia
wilt huvo? .
First Prize SC.00 in aold.
Next Threo $1.00 each.
Next Two -00 cents each.
Next Four SB cents each
TOTAL Ten Prices, Ten Dollars.
Cut out the coupon below, fill It In,
nnd s"iul to "Scranton Tribune, Scran
ton, Pn , (luesslng Contest," before
Friday, Oct. 21, on which day tho
guessing colli est ends.
S.iturilny, Oct. IS.
I think the winner nt Tho Trib
une's Educational Contest will bo
No. of points
A dd ress , , . , ,
ICut out tills lower coupon only.
Cut This Out
On every sale of SI. 00 and
over at El
Good Oct. 17, 18 nnd 20.
SHOES at flSc, $1.25, Si. 75,
S2. 82.50, $3 Mill $3.G0.
134 N. WASHINGTON AVE.
Opposite Connell Building.
Will be pleased to recelvo deposits of
money in any amount and pay liberal
late of Interest thereon.
Will loom- l"
ly nblo to
Open an account with us.
L. A. WATRBS
F. L,. Pill La. I PS.
Third Vleo-Prcsldent snil Treasurer
Abram Nesbllt. Thomas E. Jones.
William F. Itallslcad.
O. S. Johnson. Thomas II. Watklns.
V. A. Wntres.
Done quickly and reasonably
at The Tribune office.
The Standard of Excellence
moans a great deal, but It
expresses tho position of
In the stationery world, Thoyare
the best and they are the standard
of polite society.
In the new Fall tints, Cafe and
Chrysanthemum, will be the papers
in use for select correspondence
this Fall. Very elegant effects can
be produced by stamping or lllums
Inatlng. We have the complete
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