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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1902.
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Whether lie's thrifty or soeiul
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Isn't It worth while to start hhn
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by starting a. bank aeeoimt for
him and fostering the lirlde with
which he udils to It. There's more
than wealth to be gained by such
Dime Deposit and
pays u per cent. Inlciest on all
Cash Capital $100,000
Surplus and Profits . . 125,000
Chap, du Pont HrecU, President.
II. G. Dunham, Cashier.
of Miisic and Art
Private and class inslriic
tion. A eomploto and broad
education from foundational
to normal and post-graduate
Catalogue mulled. Cones
pondence solicited. Carter
building, C01 Linden street.
to do the
rest or can
do it for you.
211 Washington Ave.
1. F. MEGAHGEIi & CO.,
Council liullilin;?. lioili Phones-
Lite s Luxuries
sari'lllccil rnousli to peunlt the veg
ular saving ol itt least a small
amount, secures n fooling of satis
faction to bu piocmed In no other
4 CtOlliit" UVA.1IUIII Mill
POLICE COURT CASES.
IlllUd Murphy, of liluulinmtun, arrested
for drunkcniR'M, was lined J3.
Thomna Lynch ami Tjiomtt White. ur
rested for vosraney, weio each lined ?10
and in defuult weio committed for sixty
Thomus Chase, of IJlmlia, unested at
tlio Delaware, Lackawanna and 'Westein
station for being ln(o.le.ited, was lined
MO or thirty du)t. Ho Is waiting for his
wife to semi the money to pay his line.
Huzol Clcik was airested on Saturday
morning In company with a man named
John Smith. Tlio latter was diunk and
"disorderly and accused the woman of
taking ttO trom him. I'atiohueti Kuiliw
und Davis pluced both under arrest.
When urralgned in police court befoio
Jlaglfctruto Mlllur, tho woman denied thu
chaise, but paid u line of S3 und ictuiiuil
$10 to Smith. IIo wuh lined $5 for getting
Mlvo' mi In thu tioublo
RESULT IS NOT
END OF THE OFFICIAL COUNT OP
It Shows That Fattlson Carried the
County by B,825, nnd That Swal
low Got a Total of Only 744 Votes.
Howell's Plurality Is 401, and
Sando's 1,037 Penman's Plurality
Over Morris Is Only C2 Votes.
Pluralities of the Winners in Leg
islative Districts. "
The udlclal count of the vote cast at
Tuesday's election was completed late
.Saturday afternoon. Tho Ilgutes do
not differ hi any material respect from
those contained In tho unolHclaHtahlo
printed In The Tribune on Thursday
morning. The total vote for tho vari
ous candidates Ih appended:
Patttson, D 16,321
Ponnypncker, R . 10,G9G
Swallow, P 744
Adams, S. L Q40
Slayton, C 018
Pattison's plurality 5,025
Guthrie. D 15,157
Brown. R 11,030
Grumbino, P ' 054
Monroe, S. L 461
Raines, C S41
Guthrie's plurality 4,127
SECRETARY INTERNAL AF
FAIRS. Nolan, D 14,097
Brown. R 1 1,261
Maiquis, P 644
Freehan, S 427
Gould, C 816
Nolan's plurality '.. 3,336
Howell, D 13,600
Connell, R , 13,139
Williams, P : 641
Lamb, C 695
Howell's plurality 461
Calpin, D ". 14,338
Jordan, R 10,818
Crocker, P 662
Calpin's plurality 3,520
ORPHANS' COURT JUDGE.
Saudo, D 13,933
Vosburg, R 12,096
Bradbury, P 541
Sando's plurality 1.837
Durkin, D 15,522
BurscheU. D 13,588
Morris, R 11,807
Penman, R 11,859
Richstehicr, S 491
Mahon, S 252
Franz, C 421
Duikin's plurality 3,715
Burschell's plurality 1,781
Penman's plurality 52
Moore, D 15,176
Williams, R 13,497
Evans, R 12,944
Moore's plurality 2,232
Williams' plurality 553
Hayes, D 4,469
Oliver, R 3,090
Thomas, P 202
Burdsell, S 170
Hayes' plurality 1,379
Phillips, D 4,233
Scheuer, R 3,274
Phillips' plurality 959
James, R 2,178
Litts, D 1,970
Walter, P 158
James' plurality 208
White, D 4,106
Philbin, R 3,944
Abbey, P 192
Gibson, S 49
Matthews, S. L 355
White's plurality 252
PATENTS DURING OCTOBER.
Residents of This Part of the State
Who Received Thein.
Itejiloglo & Co., solicitors for Ameri
can and foreign patents, report the fol
lowing patents as having been granted
by the United States patent ofllco to
citizens of Northeastern Pennsylvania
during tho month ending Oct. 31:
Joseph Ansley, Scranton, Pa.; vinegar
James V. Ilarrett, Carbomlate, Pa.,
Matthew JI llean, Old forge, Pa., non
Irving S. Davi", Scianton, p.t., boiler
feeder. I loi a co P. Ciotmau, lluzlcton, Pa., Iooho
nil K. Hendtlok, Carbondale, l.i pump.
William K. Itiehart, Scranton, li dc
vlco for applying belt dressing to belts,
Harry C. McCarthy, WIlliamBpnrt, Pa.,
James R. ricmlng, Scianton, Pa., car
Applications have also been filed in
Canada and Cheat nrltatn for Irvln M.
amy and Georgo D. Nash, Blngham
ton, N, Y on horseshoes, and for A. O.
Rlvln, master mechanic Delaware,
Lackawanna and AVestern railroad,
Scranton, Pa., locomotive axle lubri
cators, ' ' I.
Special Home Missionary Service
The congregation of tlie Holy Trinity
Evangelist Lutheran church, corner of
Adams avenue and Mulberry street,
held a apeclul homo mission service
and reformatio festival last evening
tit which thefWienibers of the Sunday
school took part.
The programme included hymns,
psalms and scriptural lesslona, led by
the pastor, Nov, I J. F, Hitter, who de
livered a sernvyi on "The Reformation."
The choir sang an anthem, and a
special offeilug was received for Homo
J. ALFRED PENNIHGTON, Director.
Class and Private Instruction
CONCERT AT LYCEUM.
Big Chorus, Which Goes to tho
Brooklyn. Musical Festival, Will
Sing Next Monday.
The Scianton Vnlted Choral society,
which Is at present engaged In rehears
ing for the big Brooklyn eisteddfod on
November 29, will give a giand concert
In the Lyceum theatre on Monday
night, October 17, to mine funds to
assist in paying the expenses of the
organization on Its trip to Greater New
At this concert the thiee selections
which are to be rendered at the eistedd
fod jvlll be sung by the choir. These
selections are a male chorus, a female
chorus? and a mixed chorus. Theie are
upwards of 223 of the best singers In
the city In the society, and a splendid
concert Is assured. A number of the
Individual members will sing solos and
The conductor of tho society Is Prof.
John T, Wat kins, vho N achieving
wonderful results, and who predicts
that tiie singing will eeiual that of the
big party which won first prize at the
AVorld's Fair competition.
MYERS SHOT WHILE
Young Man Struck in the Head by
a Bullet Aimed at a Target and
Joseph Myers, aged 21 years, who le
sldes with his parents at 939 Ferber
court, In the rear of Prescott avenue,
was accidentally shot yesterday morn
ing, and Is hovering between life and
death at the Scranton Private hospital,
with but slight chances of recovery.
The circumstances connected with
the shooting are rather peculiar. Tony
Jordan, aged 19 years, and Tony Am
brossa, aged 24, who boarded with the
former's brother Michael, at 1034 Mark
street, were sitting In the doorwoy,
shooting at a mark on a board, about
seventy yards away, with a 32-callbre
Myers was engaged in delivering
newspapers in Little England, and
chanced to pass near the mark the
young men were shooting at. He was
struck In the head by a stray bullet,
the ball passing through his hat, and
lodging In the head. It struck thff
frontal bono and fractured the skull.
Dr. Rernsteln was called and removed
tho bullet, but afterw-nrds had Myers'
taken to the Scranton Private hospital
where the operation of trephining was
performed by him, assisted by Dr. Gar
vey and Dr. Grant. The injury is a
very serious one, and the patient's con
dition is critical. He walked to a near
by house after being shot, but was
soon overcome by the injury.
Jordan and Ambrossa. disappeared
after the shooting and had not been
located up to a late hour last night.
The police were notified and Mounted
OfHcers Perry and Burke were detailed
on the case. Jordan Is 5 feet i or C
Inches In height, has clean shaven face,
dark brown hair and dark complexion.
Ambrossa is similarly described.
Mrs. C, T. Ueckwlth Is homo fiom a
Hon. John It. Parr is spending a fow
days in Philadelphia.
Lona, B. Day, btiperlnlondent of police,
left for Washington yesterday afternoon
to attend tho annual Inspection and pa
lodo of the (he and police department o
Charles Frohman returned to New York
early yesterday morning after having re
mained over on Saturday to witness both
tho afternoon and night performances of
Cauls nro out nnnouclng the npproach
Ing marlngo of Miss Iona Follows, tho
daughter of Hon. and Mrs. John II. Fel
lows, of Tenth street, to John William
Howell, tho son of ox-City Controller Ks
dras Howell, Tho ceremony will take
placo Thursday evening. November 20,
at the homo of tho brido's paronls.
One of tho three concerts given at tho
Waldorf-Astoria, Now York. In tho As
tor gallery, under tho auspices of the Now
York Stato Federation of Women's clulM
for tho benefit of tho Trado School for
CSItis under the direction of tho' Fedora
lion, was given Friday afternoon by
Sumner Salter, of tho HUlonbcrgh
School of Musla and Art, nnd a quartette
consisting of Miss Hdlth Chnnipmau, bo.
voted to a performance of tho Hensehol
Tom Bcyiiou, tenor, and Gram Odell,
bass. All but Miss Champman aro mem
bers of Mr, Salter's Broadway Taber
nacle quartette, Tho programme was do
voted to a peiformanco ot tho Conschot
Servian Itomances, a cycle of Old Sor
vlan folk songs for four rolo voices, and
was received with great enthusiasm.
The school board will meet tonight.
Thcro 111 bo a meeting of tho Joint aud
iting committees of council tonight.
The Newman Mugazlno cluh will meet
tomorrow night In tho Knlght3 ot Colum
bus club house,
Tim McAU auxiliary will hold a meet
ing nt tho house of Mrs. J, A. Price, k27
Clay avenue, this afternoon nt 3.S0 o'clock.
Tho ladles' auxiliary of tho Madison
Avenuo templo will conduct a rummage
salo tomorrow nt No. 203 Wynmlng ave
nue. Tho entertainment committee of tho
Scranton Ilicyclo club will conduct n
smoker Thursday evening. They will
have an informal dance on Nov. 20.
A Good Investment.
The mammoth steel plant of tho
Lackawanna Steel company, costing
$10,000,000, in Buffalo Is rapidly np-i
proachlng completion. It will employ
15,000 hands. Two other gigantlo plants
aro going up adjoining this, which will
employ as many more. Tho result will
be a young city at that point. Moral:
Buy some lots for Investment close by.
Wo have them across the main street
from tho steel plant. Prices now low
and terms easy.
F. L. Hitchcock & Son,
Fire Insurance and Heal Estate.
OFP FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Hugh Frayno and J. H. Devlno
Leavo for Labor Convention.
About the Presidency.
Hugh Frayno, president ot the Stato
Federation of Labor, and John H. Do
vlne, president of tho Central Labor
union, left this city lute last night for
Buffalo, on their way to tho aunuul
convention of the American Federntloi
of Labor, which Is to be held In New
Orleans, La., beginning on Thursday
next. They expect to reach New Or
leans on Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Frayne goes as the regularly ac
credited delegate of tho Central Labor
union, while Mr. Devlne goes as a dele
gate from the Clerks' National Pro
tective association. District President
Nicholls, of tho United Mine AVorkers,
was to have gone also, but has been
obliged to abandon tho Idea because of
tho sitting of the arbitration commis
sion, which meets in this city on Fri
day. Botli Mr. Frayne and Mr. Devlne aro
inclined to tho belief that John Mitch
ell's name will not be presented at the
convention as a candidate for president.
If Samuel Gompers is to have any op
position at all, they are Inclined to be
lieve that the candidate will be James
Duncan, of tho Granite Cutters' union.
NINE LISTS OF WORDS.
Submitted in The Tribune's Junior
Educational Contest on Saturday.
There were nine lists of words sub
mitted in The Tribune's Junior Edu
cational Contest on Saturday, and quite
a number of young people called on the
Contest Kditor to ask questions. Tho
nine lists came from the following boys
John Thauer, 1001 Prescott avenue.
O. L. McKown, Unlondnle.
Nellie Hall, 1401 North Sumner ave
nue. Hullah Helm, COT PIttston avenue.
Helen Reiber, 2443 Brighton avenue.
Heed Crelder, Balnbrldge, Pa.
Mary "Williams, 42 Terrace street,
Clara Wolff, Greentown, Pa.
Claude Finn, Klmhurst, Pa.
HIGH SCHOOL DEFEATED.
Keystone Academy Eleven Proved to
Be Too Heavy.
The Scranton High School foot ball
team was lgnomlnously defeated on
Saturday last by the Keystone Acad
emy eleven at Factoryville, the score
being 28 to 0. The Keystone team was
much the heaviest nnd Its players were
In altogether better form than the High
The High School team made a plucky
fight against great odds in the lirst
half and held the Keystone players
down to six points, but In tho second
half the superior weight told and they
went to pieces. Kvans, Wlllard, Smith
and Thayer received Injuries In this
half which required their retirement
from tho game. The line-up was as
Levi left end
Kvans, Kelly.. ..left tackle
Wlllard, Lavcllcloft guard...
Xlzelman center ,
Hooligan, (ulnn..rl.tjht guard..
Jones light tacklo
Thayer, J. Jones. .Usht end...,
Bower quarter back....
Allen loft half back..,
Jim ley full back
Edwards right half back
City and School Taxes 1902.
Tho above tax duplicates aro now In
my hands for collection.
F. S. HARKEU,
Loudon's Concentrated Tomato
Soup, a lbs., 23c,; $2.75 dozen.
Largo Queen Olives, stuffed,
Preserved ainger (glass), 25c,
Fancy Salmon, 1 lb. flat, 15c,
Sardines, largo size can, 19c,
Fruit Jelly, new, 15o (glass).
Gordon & Diworth's Mince
Meat, Plum Pudding and Jams.
E, G. Goursan,
THOSE WHO WANT POSITIONS
Democrats Who Were Elected Tues
day Ave Already Confronted by the
Problem of Selecting the Men They
Will Have to Appoint Some of tho
Men Who Aio Mentioned for Ap
pointmentsGeorge J. Hattman, of
Wllkca-Barre, Put Forward as a
Candidate for Speaker.
If there Is one thing more' than an
other thing that tho average Democrat
Is always alive to, It Is the main thing.
Ordlnnry mortnls, upon being tendered
such a delightful surprise party as the
local Democracy was tho recipient of
Tuesday, would have spent Ihefr time
since In catching their breath, but not
so with the local Democracy.
Home several, minutes before they
were fully awake to the realization of
the fact Hint everything, pretty much,
was theirs, they were out for tho plums.
Tho successful candidates who have
appointments to make, were proffered
assistance In making selections before
their breakfasts had begun to digest.
Not so much as a tax collcctorshlp in
the Twenty-llrst ward was wanting an
John Howell, formerly a clerk In tho
olllce of city controller, tiled his appli
cation for private secretary to Congressman-elect
Howell. Attorneys John
J. Murphy, C. C. Donovan and John II.
Bonner intimated strongly to Durkin
and BurscheU that the office of county
solicitor was the least they would be
satisfied with. County Chairman John
.1. Fahoy loft town for a few days' rest,
but before going stirred up a discussion
as to the advisability of transferring
him from the olllce of deputy city con
ti oiler to that of chief clerk in the com
missioners' office. Attorney M. J. SIc
Andrew, pointing to the good showing
made by Sando in the Fourteenth wnrd,
has filed an application for the position
of Orphans' court stenographer.
It was understood all along that If
Sheriff Schadt succeeded In making
Deputy Sheriff BurscheU commissioner,
that the sheriff would dictate the ap
pointment of prison warden, which ap
pointment, on January 1, is transferred
from tho sheriff to the commissioners,
under the new regulations for this
county, consequent upon Its population
having passed the 150,000 mark. Sheriff
Schadt will, of course, continue his
present warden, Miles McAndrcw, and
jail affairs will, as a result, be adminis
tered for the remainder of the Schadt
regime as If the new law had not in
tervened. County Secietary John P. Mahon,
who is now acting as witness clerk In
the commissioners' ofllco, has not as yet
pressed his claims for preferment, but,
It is safe to say, he will be sorely dis
appointed If tho Democratic majority
on the board of commissioners does not
advance him to less arduous and more
remunerative ofllco of assistant chief
There are eleven clerkships in the
county commissioners' ofllco. Three of
them aro at present filled by Democrats,
appointees of Minority Commissioner
Durkin. The nine positions filled by
Republicans are not likely to go beg
ging. Less than fifty applications have
already been filed for these places, but
the list is likely to be increased.
As far as could bo learned, there are
two positions for which there are no
applicants. They are tipstaff and crier
in Orphans' court, at present filled by
Wallace Tiffany and Jake Snyder, re
spectively. Possibly, before tho day I?
out, Judge-elect Sando will bo saved the
necessity of advertising for a tipstaff
George J. Hartnnm, who on Tuesday
was re-elected to the legislature from
this district. Is being prominently men
tioned in connection with the speaker
ship of tho next house. Mr. Hartman is
one of the few old members who have
been returned, and those who are
familiar with his ability as a legislator
and tho splendid record he made during
the last session feel that the speaker
ship could not fall to a more worthy
citizen. During the last session he
served on several of the most Impoit
ant committees nnd the experience he
gained would serve him well In the Im
portant post of speaker.
Out of the more than 200 members of
the last house there was no more at
attontlve member than Mr. Hartmnn.
IIo was always In his seat and his vote
was recorded for every measure that
bore tho stamp ot merit. The Interests
ot his section of the stnto he zealously
guarded, but In doing so ho wns not
unmindful ot his duty to the state at
large. IIo has already been requested
by a number of the members elected
last Tuesday to allow the uso of his
name In connection with the ofllco, nnd
If ho consents It Is likely that lie will
bo conspicuous In tho contest for tho
ofllce, Wllkes-Barro Uceord.
STRUCK BY A STREET CAR.
Aged Dunmore Woman Injurod
While on Her Way Home.
Mrs. Kate Corrigan, a widow, resid
ing at Williams nnd Hlakely streets,
Dunmore, Is at the Lackawanna hos
pital, suffering from injuries sustained
Saturday night by being struck by a
Sho was walking towards her home,
near tho Laurel Hill park hotel, and
was on tho car tracks when struck. She
fell on tho fender, nnd had her car cut
and haclc bruised. Tho Moses Taylor
hospital nmhulanco was summoned and
she was first taken there, but later re
moved to tho Lackawanna.
McKlnley Memorial Notice
A meeting of the McKlnley Memorial
association will bo held In the board of
trado jooms Monday evening, Novem
ber 10, at 7,13 o'clock, for the purpose
of considering proposals and finally de
elding on tho matter of erecting tho
mctnotlal, By order of
Luther Keller, President.
C. II. Sanderson, Secretary,
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Dr. D. B. Hand's Ofllce.
Is in the Rookery building, corner
Washington avenue and Spruce street
nnd not on Penn avenue. Dr. Hand
will bo found In his olllce from 2 to 5
In tho afternoon and from 7 to 9 In the
Usod by people of refinement
frx over a G,uartorqfoontury.
SCRANTON CLUB WON.
Gnmo Was Ployed On the Wyoming
Valley Country Club Llnkg.
The Scranton Country cluh defeated
the Wyoming Valley Country club on
Saturday on the Wllkca-Barre links
with a score ot R up. This Is the fifth
time the Scrnnton team has won the
cup from the Wyoming club. It Is
possible that In another yenr a now
cup will be offered as there will remnln
but little room for the vlctois' nnuies.
Tho following was the Individual score
T. I!. llrooltM defeated IluntlllRton...! up
F. ('. Fuller defeated Turner Blip
lllalr defeated Johnson 2 up
Woodruff defeated Peek 2 up
Price defeated Torrey 1 up
Ulxbeo defeated S. It. Kingsbury U up
Scranton Country club
Dr. Llndubury, Surgeon, diseases o!
women a specialty, 215 Connell building,
Hours: 11 a. in. to 4 p. in.; 7 to S.30
A handsome array of
pretty, desirable patterns
in heavy fleece-back
All colors, splendidly
made with Flounce aub
All sizes from 32 to 46.
Regular $1.00 values.
This week, special.
The Scranton United
consisting of tho best voices in tlii.s city
will glvo 11 grand concert nt the Lyceum,
Monday evening, Nov. 17. JOu.', at which
tho competitive pieces of the Brooklyn
Festival will bo sung.
Ladies' Chorus 112 voices.
Men's Chorus 113 voices.
Grand Chorus 225 voices.
Fays 3 Per Cent. Interest on
I Women's j
I AI! Cars Transfer to jj
as Trustees. Becomes Surety.
L. A. WATRES, President.
P. L. PHlLLIP&Jhlrd Vice President and Treasutcr.
ABRAM NESB1TT THOMAS E, JONES
WW. P. HALLSTEAD
0. S. JOHNSON THOMAS II. WATKIfIS
LOUIS A. WATRES :'
T"S TT "&
It is often a source of great satisfaction to purchasers to bo able (
make their own selection of skins for garments, Ve aro now In the
exclusive fur business, and prepared to show you a largo line cf the foi,-'!
lowing high-grade furs :
HUDSON BAY SABLE
Remodeling and Repairing
Is Given Special Attention.
324 Lackawanna Avenue.
Aro the best in tho world.
In VARNISHES wo carry
Also a full lino of Brushes
Bittenbendcr & &
126-128 Franklin Ave.
.; J ji J $ ! Jt ! 4 41 $ 'I 4 "i1 !
We have them, new and
used, at prices from S75.00
Perhaps you have an in
strument that you want to
exchange. Let us mr.ko
you an estimate on it.
We also have a few or
gans that are bargains.
High or low tops, solid
$10 to $60.
IN. L Hert,
1 17 Wyoming Ave.
WE WILL GIVE
with every dollar's worth
Brooks & Sanderson Shoe I
Corner Wyoming and
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