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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1902.
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o'OAL IS BATHER SLOW BEACH
(What the Engineering and Mining
Journal Has to Sny About tho An
thracite Coal Tiade Fast El eight
Service of the New Haven and the
Lackawanna Roads Use of the
Tclagraphono on tho Buffalo,
Rochester and Pittsburg Ralhoad.
Make-up of the Boaid for Today.
"AnthiHilic Is ooiiiIiik foiwnirt In
Mine ciuaiitliy, but mill ry slowly In
roinpirlson Hi the demand," siys
tho IJiiRluecrliig and Mining Journal.
"The opeitttois claim that tliry aie
dolus mciythliiB In their power, but
matters am not fully adjusted by y
means. Tho celebration or "Mitchell
clay" by a policial atoppase of work,
which meant the loss of one full day
In many cases two at n time when
It was lnipoitant to rush work, shows
the general spirit picvalllng. It will
bo some time befoio we have a full
supply of co.il.
"In Now Yoik. tit least, consumois
no lather Inclined to take matters
easily, and not to rush tho coal deal
ns too much for deliveries!. This dls
poiltion lias been helped by th; veiy
mild weather, wblili has pi evented
lioaplc from lcclitiK nny piosslnj? nc-
canity. A cold snap would lnciease
the demand, and oiup-g a lush of 01
ders. Dealers ijcnoially are doing tho
best tboy cm, but no reduction can be
icportcd In retail prices for domestic
el-ics, which langc lioin JC.50 to $7.50
' Fast Fi eight Service.
Tho wisdom of the iceent ttalllc ar
rangement cntcied into between the
New ll.uen and the Lackawanna for
through freight t rattle is being lully
Justified in the laige interchange- of
liiiMnos-s ahcady established lietween
Uiote comptnlcb, although In efdet only
A feature which ins contributed nioit
1 irf,tly to Us success, pai ticlilaily in
l.ugc movement oC lilp.i-cl'it-s west
bound ti attic- Ins boon the icniarkablj
pood time schedules whlUi these loads
sue making on merchandise freight to
the west, and wheieby les than cni
Joad as well ns cat load fi eight lioin
New llaen teuitoiv is being ilelleiort
to destination at Chicago and St. Louis
an lour days' lime.
This was made possible by the adop
tion of schedules c.ueiullv planned by
the opuiating and untile o.Ticials of tho
two companies and by an niiangoinent
w hereby the I.ai.k.iwaiii.a bi.rgs it?
western less than caiload fieiyht f-om
twelve to tlfteen neat by stations, such
as New Ask, Pateison, etc , adjacent to
its Hobokon fetation, to Uobokea, wheic,
it is loaded thiough ti.e tiansicr plat
lorin at that point into straight ca.s to
nil pilncipal western points, s-uoh as
S-Minnton, Elmln. J.lnKlimiilni. Hulialo,
Cleveland, Dctioit, f'Ulc.iRo ard St
At. a usult jf the'-e un-tu-i Uc .ir
lnng.'inents the business ha. in.iccl
mi largely as to necessitate the building
liv the LieKu.anna f .i now tianstir
jiiitfoim at IIoboKen. 'Ill's ilattorm i"
in.iM'nient to tne float Inidgs of ita
aimiioillom ifiniin.il at Uubohtsi, bc
mi; 0;0 fcot long and lu wide". 11 has.
two bets of ti.uks on each side, holding
llftffii cut. eah, Rivirg total loading
and unloading capacity ol slsty c.ii- at
one time. This can he niuunlly In
( leased within cadi nomy-tour liouis
bv additional switching ol loaded and
empty cais Now Yotl: I'onineicial.
To Use Telagraphone.
coiitiacts li.no bi'i n made b tlie
liuir.iln, Ilocliestcr . I'lttsbuig llail
m.id toi ihe installation on its line of
the ul.iMapluine ostein, which pei
mlts of conversation ott the same
who on wliii h a flegrapiilo ines-sage is
being sent in both dii odious.
An instiument is to be placed In cadi
caboose, bagg.igf cat and stcial en
gines, and also it eveiy st ition and
many blind sidings, Jt Is i laiined b"
tlie inventor tliat in can- ot incident
lor example, conn. (Hon em bo made
irom a cab or engine with tlie ueaiest
telegraph station o" division point in
less than a mlnirti.
The Buffalo, lixhesKi & Flushing
lias been having a gicat deal ot tioublo
lu tho movonic-iu ol freight lioin Alle
j.hny to Buffalo via tin I'lUshuis, .
Western. It is otten the cnce that the
telegraph -wlies btrumu cia-sed or out
nf use and it is almost lnnossiie to
make any kind of a showing.
D., L. nnd W. Bonid for Today,
rollowing is the make-up of th
Pelaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today: '
SUNDAY, NOVJIMriKR !
llxtras East 7 p. jh , Sw.ut., u p. m,
Summltx-C p. :u., .1 llennUan (e.it,t).
MONDAY, NOVEMIIEU 10.
i:.tras Hast 1 a. m.. AV. A. U.utholo.
WW, .':'' fi. in. irmnly; f. a in,
Itlngllrli, ! a in,, ICIng.sley; WA a. m.,
I'av.inmigh: 1.' a. in, McC'ann; 1 p. in,
Dolicrty; -' p. in., Kotclnun; ,! p m ,Vnn
Woinici; 1 p. in,, 0. Cieirityj S p, ni.,
SiiniinltH-0 a in, l-rounrclUi-r (wrst)j
Jfi a in. I'linlgr (cist). II a. in, Nich
ols (West i p. m (ioldou (Ull-tl
I'lislai.s .'SO n. in, V. McDonnell
(wi.sli, 7 !. in, Wldncr (vest), 7 a. ni ,
rinuutv vwest): b a. in., IIoiiHor (cast):
U.li a. in Moran (cast); 1 p. in., A .T.
MoDnnn M (un)i i p in. ('. Uutholo.
nicivv fliloi ml: 7..0 p. ni , Muipliy (east);
ii p. in W II. llaithnlomi-w (cmt).
Ilelpus i a. m.. Miigovcrn; 7 n. m.,
O.i fine) , to a. m Seem ; 3.11 p. ni , Stan
ton, HMr.iN Wist 0 n m work train, 1'.
tlllllgiiii i port to M. IJ. Smith at Nlch
olsou, 11 i m, iA'onanlj 2 p. in,, Sean
lun, 1 p ni , Huns,
r. .1 iln'i in will run J. .1. Kearney's
ciow on N'u V, Sunday, Nov, 9,
The ii a, mi Port Morrla cxtia east,
daily except iinnday, will bo put on com
mencing Moidiy, Nov, 10, and will ho
jun nbulirly O, Kearney and I, Oil
llan and 1 1 r w - O Kearney will go out
Monday and 1' 'illllglnn, Tuesday.
M. J, cnub,'iiii will utiort at trainmas
ter's oillec, MuikIm, No 10, ut 8 a. in.
ARRESTED IN BALTIMORE.
Coia Evans, Wanted for Larceny,
Will Bo Bi ought Here for Trial,
In Febmary last it, woman named
Cora Evans went Into tho Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western lallroad bag
gage loom and by a clever trick hud a
new tinnk and contents, vulued at $250,
belonging to someone else, shipped to
lialtlmore Instead of her own trunk,
which was old and of littlo value.
I'i lor to her departure from the city,
tho i:ans woinun succeeded in obtain-
injr suit of clothes from the Home
Credit Clothing rompany, of Washing
ton avenue. Warrants were Issued for
lir arrest on tho chnrgea of larceny.
Tho Bnlllinotc pollie authorities were
hotlflPil mid have hern on the lookout
for her since.
On Saturday Superintendent of 1'ollco
Day received a telegram from Chief of
Detectives Piimpluoy, or Hollltnore, to
the effect that tho woman was under
ancsl there, and awaited Inrltuctlons
fiom him. Hupeilntcndcnt liny sent for
lequlsltlon papets and will bilng the
woman back with him on Wednesday,
when ho leturus from Washington.
A VERDICT OF $2,020.00.
P. M. Thornton Wins His Suit
Against Insurance Companies.
The Jury tit the uise of l M, Thorn
ton, of Wllkcs-Huuc, against tho
t-'ecuilty Insurance company, ot New
Haven, and the National Assutanco
company, of Ii eland, brought In a ver
dict for the plaintiff In the sum of $--OJfi.OO
on Saturday morning. The case
had ot runted the attention of the
United States court for over it week.
Thornton bod previously sccuicd a
verdict of over $3,000. but this was set
aside and a now trial gi anted by Judge
Archbald becauso of ecitaln omissions
made in the clinigo to tho Juty. Ho
sued both times for $7,000, claiming
that the value of his llbiary was $1,000
and tho value of his household effects
The October teim of comt closed with
the rendering of the cidlct on Satur
day. DIRECTOR ROCHg
ANSWERS MR. REGAN
Says the Latter's Memory Is Poor
nnd That He Is Not Accurate
as to Facts.
The following answer to Select Coun
cilman J. n. Itegan's letter, piinted In
The Tilbune of Satuiday, is made by
Dltector of Tubllc Woiks John K.
Mr. rtegnn docs not appear to uudci
stund what ho leads, i3 possessed of i
vciy poor meinoiy, and lias veiy littlo.
if any, legaid lor .icciuacy of. .statement.
He tiics to liavo it appeal tint I sild m
my Iftler to select council that nroidwaj
was in good condition. 1 iepe.it that 1
ni'ide no such statement.
That ii.ti t ot Uioadvv.iy ovoi which tlie
house was moved was coveied with loose
cobbles Tlicic w.is also a lot ol stone
(hips insulting fiom building operations
nnd the tint were pirtlally gatlieied in
heips, tlie intention being to lcniove .ill
to till the nits between Fiist and 1'ouitli
stieets. but tho moving of tho building
dosed the street to tiavel When i diall
ing stieets the woilc ot repilr is alwavs
commenced at the high point lor tho pui
posy of conttolling tho How ot water and
this is whv tho woik of cleaning up tbo
cobbles, etc, was commenced on tint
piit ovoi which the house subsequently
ti.avelled on its way to Raihoaei avenue.
Our plan was to lollow this up by hav
ing Comad Rehiocilet, who was excavat
ing at the Piesbyteiian chinch on Wash
ington avenue, deliver suitable matoiiit
when he enmo to It at nomlml expense.
Mr Ttegan's lequest lor twtlvo men, not
seven as he states, was nude caily in
In01, dining the time Itolnnd D 'fliomas
was tiipoiintendent. Hl! nquest was a
wiittcn one, and 1 lefcr him to I'oieman
Kobeil rivnii and to 11. A .Touts, ISolaud
D. Thonns' cleil: at that tim. 'J ho list,
of names piesentcd by lilm can be lounel
1 tliliik it he is nnMoiis to sec ii.
Mr. Kcgon phoned to It. D "llioiins1 of
Ii"e oi deling the gangs eIllllloed on the
stietts to Uave his ward The, same Ml.
Jones nbovo tiinietl lecelveel tlie messago
and Mr. Regan can Inteivlew him ut his
Mi. Regan wants to Know how mm h
moivy lias been spent on stieets in tho
SKth waul sli.ee I became dltector. I
answer ??17ro lie asks to be tliown on
foot of stieet made theie lindi r my Ui
i ect Ion. 1 point to him Ralhoad aveniio
for its full length; rom tli avenue, Bioad
w.iy iio.ii rouith avenue, 'J bird avenue,
i:im stieet, all in 3P01. and Aichbild
stieet, Rellevue :aieet. Tamils stieet, Ro
land avenue, rourth avenue South .Main
avenue and I'ueman stieet in 1DJJ.
Ml. Regin ought to lemcmbei some of
the work, done in Wl because at th it time
lie wanted the stieet gangs to tiado his
mothers lot. lie s.ijs the money tint
should bo spent In Ills wind was spent in
macadamising in tho Ninth mid Seven
tenth wauls. .My leply to this is that
tlieio was iiu mac. id im laid la the waida
AN OLD PIONEER.
runeial of the Late Eiedeiick Wag
ner Held Yesteiday.
The iuuci.il ot tlie late Kicdeilck
Wagii'r, one ol tlie old pioneer resi
dents of this city, who died last niday.
was held osUiduv alteinoou It om tho
lionie ot tlie ikail man's son, Chailes
1 Wagnei, of Oibon stieet, and was
Stivicea weie conducted by Itev. Kellx
SleiniiKin, pistoi of tlie Peteisbuig
lieinvin I'reshytpihin chinch, who made
u Inlet' adelHss in Cieimnn, in wlilch lie
uneried to tho dead man's steiling
cliataetT and manv lino units. Tho
liiembois ot Kzia Giliiln post, No. 133,
Oi.ind Aimy of the Republic, attended
the luneral in a liod) and sis of their
number acted as poll-bonrcts. The
Oiand Aimy of the Republic tituali.stic
seivlco was conducted at the grave in
tho I'cteisbuig cemetery.
Mr. Wagner vvns hi jeais old at the
tlino of his death, and one of the Hist
settle! -i In what is now tho Tenth wain.
Horn in Luebingmi, Wurtemhing, (lei
many, he (list tamo to this country In
1R10 mid iry soon afterw.ud settled in
tills city. At tho otubicak of tlie Civil
war lie was the leader of one of the
first bands mg.mlzcil in this pint of ihe
state. Ilo enlisted as a musician and
was assigned to the leadership of tho
Kifty-second Regiment band, which
place he held until honoiably dlschaigul
at tho end of the war.
Upon his lettiin to ptivate llfo ho
began woiklng un open mine on his
propei ty. but tho entuio -was not a
successful one and lie shortly after
wards roth od fiom business, Ho bad
been a remarkably active man In bis
old age, but unt'oi tunately slipped on
tho Ice last spring, breaking Ills hip.
Ills ago militated against a complete
leiovory nnd ho llngeied on until last
rilelay, when he died. Ho Is survived
by ono bon only, former Select Council
man Chailes V, Wagner.
Stepped Against a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs, Cleo. T. llenson, when
getting bis usual Saturday night bath,
stepped back against a hot stove which
burned him seveiely, The child wan in
great agony and his mother could do
nothing to pacify lilm. Remembering
that she hail a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Dalm In the- house, she thought
she would try It. In less than half
un hour after applying it tha child was
quiet and asleep, and in less than two
weeks was well. Mrs. Benson is a well
known resident of Kellar, Va. Pain
Balm is an antiseptic liniment and
especially valuable for burns, cuts,
bruises and sprains. For sale by u)l
THE WORLD'S MEDICINE.
, CURE niMOUS nnd NERVOUS DISORDERS,
CONSTIPATION. .SICK HEADACHE
And all STOMACHIC TROUBLES.
REMOVE WIND and PAINS In tho STOMACH,
AROUSE SLUGGISH and TORPID LIVERS.
ENSURE PROPER ASSIMILATION of FOOD,
STRENGTHEN tho STOMACH.
MAKE you LOOK WELL, FEEL WELL,
REMOVE PIMPLES and BLOTCHES on
LAY tho FOUNDATION of GOOD HEALTH.
SUITABLE for OLD and YOUNG.
PURIFY tho BLOOD and REMOVE SCURVY.
ARE MILD but EFFECTIVE in their action.
REMOVE the RESULT of OVER-INDULGENCE.
CURE RESTLESSNESS and INSOMNIA.
Arc SPECIALLY SUITABLE for the
DISEASES and AILMENTS COMMON tfii
IMPROVE the COMPLEXION.
REGULATE the SYSTEM.
BEECHAAVS PILLS have stood the test of over 50 Years,
without the publication of testimonials, as they
Sold by all Druggists in United States. In boxes, tOc. tad 25c.
'' " I1MIIIIUUMM
The moie lime and attention Diiector
ot Public Works.' Hoche gives to the
naming of tho city stieets the mote lie
becomes com inced that not a lew but
wboiesa'e changes will have to be made
in neatly eveiy waid. Dining tlie past
week lie bid pipaiofi a list o all tho
duplications a.s well as ot all the streets
having u.iuii.s3 wIiIlIi sound alike and
which aie likely to bo contused. This
list covets upwaiels of a do7en tvpe
wiitten pages and Direetoi Kochc has
decided that something must ho done
with theie befoio lie gives the data to
tho firm which lias been awatcied the
contiact lor the stieet rigus.
Among the duplicates are Bennett
Mi eel and licnnett avenue, and Bicck
Mi'cet and Diieiv avenue, Meado avenue
and Meade stieet. Among tlie streets
with similar sounding names which
should lie altered in tho opinion of
Diiector Roche are the following: Green
stieet, Gi ecu's place, and Oicen Ridge
stieet; Ridge Row and Ridge stieet,
Hallstead place and Unlisted couit;
Oi Iff avenue and Giiflln avenue; Hamm
comt and Hampton stieet; Mink ave
nue and Maiket stieet.
Theie aie. also In many instances a
number of Mreets spoiled ineonectly
and Dlicctot Roche bolie'ves that till.-,
matter should be alo settled betore tlie
street sign-, are made. Common coun
cil lecciuly passed a lcsolutiui provid
ing for tlie appointment of a. special
Joint committee with power to settle all
points In dispute but tho matter did not
come up In select council last week for
ennuirience and will not bo lonsldoied
next Thursday night.
Apiopos of the death of Lineman
Mai tin Ryun last wcc, the c.speiicncc
of another Pci.mtou man who tocelved
a similar shock and lived, is -worthy
of being minded, and would go tar
towards suppoitlng tho contention that
wo.o any of Mr. n.vnn's mates about
last Thuisday, bis chances tor being
alive at this time would bo good.
Ilany May got a shock some seven
yeai.s ago nnd for an hour and lluce
Oiiaitcri. bo jemnlued unconscious. All
thi time his fellow vvoiknieu never
ieiaed, tor an instant, tlieh- offotts to
icsloie the circulation with the icsult
Hint they gained a complete viuoiy
Andrew- C'onloii, of the Stieet Rail
way company and Michael McManus,
of the Subtil bju Elcotilu Light com
pany's emps weio among those who
aided in icstoilng cltcukttlon and onl
matiou in that instance, and both legrot
their absence at tho tlnio that Mr,
Ryan met such a tioglo ond, These
men pronounced Ryan to iiavo been
both ctueful and competent,
A gentleman who has given much at
tention to matiois municipal made a
suggestion Saturday, that If lounel
feasible, would stimulate an improve
ment much needed In coitaln parts of
the city, In tho building of seweis. Any
one who lias given this subject atten
tion must have noticed the diffeieuca
In cost that prevails now as cotnpaied
to a peiiod not (aither leinote than lS!r
slnco which time libor htib Increased
in value to sumo oxtent, the ptevnlllng
wago being 11.50 a day, whllo the pi ice
of ten a cotta pipe has been doubled.
Long seweis lender tho largest sized
pipes netes-suiy to cairy tlie accumulat
ed sowerago us well as suifaca water,
whllo smaller pipes would suillco weio
tho systems to be shot toned, The plan
suggested Is to utllUe the abandoned
mlno workings uinlcr the city ns the
receptacle for sewage, Could this Idea
bo suree.shfully can led nut tho cost
of seweiing cliffeient portions of tlie
city would bo veiy materially lessen
ed. The question of caring for the smoke
from furnaces and ranges seems to have
been solved by it South Scranton
gentleman tvho believes that the in
terior of his home should not bo mar
red or necessury living space given to
tho usual chimney.
The gentleman in question resides
in a two story and basement biick
house on tiver street in tho Eleventh
ward. One pipe selves for furnace and
i.ingo on the inside. This Is can led
outside where it is inserted in a twelve
inch teira cotta pipe which has all its
Joints cemented and is carried above
the loof of the house. Tlie same con
stiuction in irame buildings would
pi event many Tuts having their oilgln
in "defective Hues."
The piesence of tlueo bishops will
gtace the dedication of the now chuicii
of St. John tho Evanselitt in South
Scianton next Sunday. The bishop ot
Scrantor-, Rt. Rev. M. J. llobau, will
ofllciato at the pontifical high mass; the
bishop of Altoona, Rt. Rev. E. A. Gar
vcy, -will preach while Rt. Rev. J. L.
Sptuldlng, bishop of Peoria, 111. and
member of the mine stiike commission
will also be present.
Bishop Spaulding is not e.pected to
preach but it would be singular ot
Rev. E. J. Melley should not succeed
in getting his distinguished guest to
make some biief leinaiks on such tin
I J. Swingle, the hustling delheiy
clerk of Robcits Rios., left Saturday
to spend a couple ot weeks in tho vic
inity ot Bear Creek. Mr. Swingle and
a companion w ill occupy a log cabin
in tho wilderness of Bear Ctcek, and
will spend the time hunting and llsli
lng. Ilowj'td T. Baiber, Hie manipulator
of the telegraph key at the Delawaie
and Hudson station, spent Satuiday
and Sundav with it lends at Moscow.
Theie will be meetings held at the
Baptist chuich eacli evening of this
week. Rev. Thompson, of Jermyii,
will occupy the pulpit tills evening.
Claud Clark has letiuned Hum a trip
to Woicestci, Mass.
SATURDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS.
The following quotations are furnished
Tho Tribune by Ualght .S. Frecse Co , 314
31u Mcais Building. W. V, Run) on, man
ager. Onen Hlgh.Lovv.CIoso.
Ann! Copper i.-",j i.J'i t.lVi M",i
Am. C. t P JVC, !-,! .".tvi :.lk
Am Cot. Oil R.I .VI WV.- Wi5
American leo Wt 10'i W' 30;
Am. lci Vv ;i"'s ::sii J7's '"U
Am. I.oconiotiva .... 2s'i- .1 S J
Am. Loco. IV if! W ?! M
Am S iV: II. Co t!"'i H'i U'J -4 I'i
Amnileau Sugar ....11'.", 11V4 111:; II lu
AtchlHon S'.iT fs"U Wi. h'.'ii
Ate bison. IV 0' fl'i di ''0
Hall. .V Ohio H)!i I'M mu 10-
HlooU. T T i,l id ni eu
Canadian I'aclllc ,,..VV,i lU'i 1,!1'4 IWVi
Che. & Ohio IT 17 Vt H!
Chicago K. Alton .... :.! :tv M'k 81
Chic, is O W CS IS'g 27 L7
, M .; St. I' IMli 1M 1SI 1S1
Col I'llfl & Hon . . .s'.'J S.,', .s." m
col. & southern .... :o :i :"" lis
lien, .v; R. a., IV .... "0 'm N'i'-. Ri'i
Klin .'.. .17 !'U !"'i
Rile, 1st IV O i.V, r.Vi
Rile, "mi Pr r.m, w, bus M'4
fioelclug Valley 11 M ns ss
Illinois Cential Ill lit ll-'i 111
Iowa Cential 'OVi M'-j ..'Hi mtS
Ivan. City .t South,, .v ni'S .u :..
Louis & Nash UP, li!'2 111 111
Manlnttnii IK' I h.'4 1 !', Ui
Met. St. Hv ISO in MS'i i:.si.
Mo.lC ,Vi To- , ... 1S' 2s' !S-g 27?5
Mo, K is T, Pi ... M'l f.S's vs
Mo X'arllle 10&J irv) 107 1"7
N, Y Cential ... ,1V1 1V!4 1.11. JM'l
NoifoIH .t VVOM .... 71i Tl'.j biv, TO
ont. .t West ?2 ::3 ;it'4 :ii'i
T'atlflo Mall II It ! 10
leading, .11 re ,,,, , f.e.-j 'b t.i 11
ltepilbllo Steel ... , 21'i 20-I 19'i 20
St, I.. & San V , ... 7Si 7si 77 77
St I. So W JS Js 2S 2S
Soiithein Paeillo ,, , 11 ifl I7", h7i.
Southern R. it, . . :r :.-.; ,r, ;r,
I' S Steel SC, ,! Sl RVi
AVabat.li . ,, ;ijit .tj' . sj'j sj5
Wabasli, Pr -17 I7J 4uI 4t,ij,
Wetirn Union W,i OV. 'WS, SOU
Wheel & I. K .. . . 2 2.i IS 20
AVIs. Cential 2iAi 2r,n 2u M
Total bales, T7S,W0 sh.nes
CHICACIO GRAIN AND PliOVISION.
WIIKAT Onen. Illn. t,ovv Closo
December 71 71 711 71
Mav 7J1! 71 ' 71
December lit CI nn ro
May , 42VJ W, 4.' 42
December 20 30U 20'', SOU
Muy 31ii 01 31 31
I'eniiMvivaiiia, it, ix,,r.'i vn v,v v,v.
Peopln'o OllH 101 jlll r4 au1 401'i
Pressed Steel Car ,. TOS 1" W'f CO
Rc.iillng l.li', u'.l! MI Ifi-J,
Reading. 1st Pi bX smi Wl f.",?.
tsouiueiii it it, rr.. '.'i'i "ii'i I'i'i ni'i
Tenn. coal a lion ., i-vi cnu mvt r.oI
Tcmis Ai I'ae Itlo -IIV, UK i: 41
Union Pailiici 10.PJ lai'-t Ji PePf
Union Paelilc, Pr 9ltj 0ii 01'. my.
u, S Leather .. . . riii ir 1I'I n
V. S. Steel !1 ..'1 K7 :I7t!
on the Sid lloor.
All kinds of
mndo and any
kind of similes
made to order.
Moving Picture Exhibition Free
This Week-Morning and Afternoon
Many special features that are entirely new. Bring the children to see this mar
velous machine showing pictures that have life like action. Remember, it's free.
Everybody is invited. Exhibition on the third floor.
Don't Forget the Collar Button Sale This Week
2000 yards of tho finest Imported
Black Rustle Taffeta Silks, quality
19 inches wide, special 59c
21 Inches wide, special (19c
24 Inches wide, special 79c
27 inches wide, special 85c
36 inches wide, special 95c
500 yards Imported Swiss Taf
feta Silks, 19 inches wide,
black only. Special at, yd 39C
1000 yards Black Peau dc Sole
Silk, satin finished, guaranteed
quality. .Special at, .
yard. 75c. 89c and . . $ 1 .UU
Thousands of Collar Buttons at Va and Vs Their Regular Price
The life of the King is in the shank. It is remarkable for its strength, lasting
wear, elegance and small price. The patent ventilated stiffened post, lenders the King
extremely strong and is a guarantee against breakage. Twelve styles for men, women
Sale Continues All This Week
On Main Floor, in aisle near Ribbon Counter. At these prices it will pay you
to stock up on the different kinds. Our guaiantee, if any button should prove unsat
isfactoiy after it is in use, a new button isyouis without any cost.
Regular Value, 10c.
ot Denver, Coloiado.
50 Cents a Share
This N a legitimate inlnlni cntcipri-o
A iil idunil paying mil e, owned In foo
Mniplo liy tlio company niul lociti.il on
JSobtail Hill In llio lio.ut of Uni l.unuii-,
Gold Jtclt ot Gilpin county, Coloiado,
Stool: can bo bou'lit on tho mnntiilv 1)J
rnent plan. Suliriili is can piv li) pet
rent, cai.li and 10 per cent a month till
tho tstoU: is paid Cm
for fiuthoi infoi mation, rail on or ad
dtei' CHAKLES D. SANDERSON,
130 Wyoming Avenue.
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xnw vonic eorro.N m.
s :o s id
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Jioconilioi S i n.'J
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.-liuili su MJ
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l.enl tinilii'. (U iio. iso
t'lli illation, liiiliase
Scxnnton Bonid of Trndo
Quotations All Quotatlo
on Pat of 100.
I.ncKawnnna D.iliy Co, IT....
County Sav. Hani; &. Tiiist Co
riisl Nat Il.inl; iC.uboiuulo).
Tlilul Uallonal Hank
Dime Pup ii Dlb Dank ,,,, ,.
Kconomy 1., II. As 1. Co
rirnt National Haul.
Lack. Tiust A- Safo Hop. Co .
Clatk As Snoui Co, lr
Sci.inton HiuliiEd lUnU
TradeiH' Natloml HanK ,,.,,,
Kcianton Holt & Nut Co
People's Hank ,..,
Scianton I'.uUIiig Co
Scranton rasbcnt-er Itiiilway,
(hat inoitBaec, duo l&.'O. ...
Tcoplo's St I cot Itnilwa), llibt
moitsaBc, duo iau . ,. ...
Vcoplu'a Street Ilallnv. Gen-
ci ul moitgagc. duu l'JJl .. .,
Fcianloii Tiuc Co , C pel cent,
Hconomy 1, II I' Co... ,,
N Jertoy A: I'oeono Too Co. .,
Consolidated Water Supply Co
Scranton Wholesale Market,
(Collected by II. G. Dale, SI Laeka. Ave)
Hiitter 1'iesli cuamciy, !T15c J fresh
Hugs Neaiby, Wc : stoiajje, S.'e.
Marow Hoans Per bushel, ?!.
Onloiii IVr biifhel. SBc
rotatoei-63o. per bushel.
I Z2 Gents f3 Cents. Q Cents, f
FIN A NCI A L V- i y. 5 t ! 5 ? ' " " 5 I 1
21: ..fa,i S' SCRAHTON'S
For Saie J UlUKdUN 0 Si;
STOCIC I B s
( Monday's LpoodNltems
21-inch Moire Velotir, in black,
very heavy and handsomely de
signed. Special at, 4
yard, 75c and P I .UU
27-inch Black Moire Velour,
"Our Leader." No store can
match quality or price of this fine
fabric, extra heavy. Spec-
lalat, yard 95C
Beautiful line of Fancy Figured
Taffetas, black and white and the
new pin dot effects. Also a gen
erous assortment of stripes. Priced
specially at, yard, 75c,
89c, $1.00 and pl.i
10-Kt. Gold Pilled
Regular Value, 15c.
: PATENT FLOUR
ti SNOW WHITE
I -Mill & Grain Co
Scianton and Olypliant.
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nS,S,.. Scranton, Pa.
Old M'lione, 3,l3i.
New 'Phone, '-'035,
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
Cencril Ascot (or the WromlLs District tot
Ulolnj, niaitlnj, Eporline, fmolclta an) tbi
Kcpauno Chemical Company'
Safety Tuse, Caps and Cxplodera. Room 10 1 Cou
, iieU Uuiljioj .Scrautcn.
JOIIV B SM111I Jt SON Plymouth
t W. UUU.IQAN Wilkes Uarrn
OUR ART CLASS
111 Alt Ncedtft
Wink will bo ton
II 11 II od lioxt
A o el 11 e a el a y .
Ally pnpll bioltig
111 1 111 11 1 c v 1 11 1 a
amounting to $1 M
will iccelvo their
111 Ht lesson l'lue.
Satin and Satin Duchess, large
assortment, every width desirable.
Special at, yard, 48c,
69c, 89c and PI.UU
3000 yards 19 and 20 Inch Col
ored Taffetas, Silks, Moire Velours
and Liberty Satin, every tint in
well known shades, pink or blue or
the most striking red or green, also
a full line of Changeable Taffetas.
For Monday tho
Price Will Be Only
Regular Value, 25c. 5
For This Sale
THSSS ENTERPFllSrNB DEALERS CAN
SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS OF EVERY
CHARACTER PROMPTLY AND SATIS
FACTORILY. FOP SALE
nUCGirS and WAGONS ot ail kinds; alio
House and Building Lots at bargains
IIOISSI S CUI'I'ia and CliOOMFD at
M. T. KELLER
Lackaivanna Carriage Works.
SECURITY BUILDING &SAVINQSUNION I
nome Oiflce, 203 209 Hears Buitdlnsr.
Wo are iruturlns ohatri each month which
ftiow a net caln to the mieitor ot about 12
per cent. No loan uioiur. Wo also lsue
1'lT.Ii PAID STOCk $H100 per thaie, inter
est payable ieml-aiinually.
AI.nr.UT ni.L. Secretaiy.
. JOSEPH KUETTEL,
rear till l.aekananni avenue, manufacturer ot
i Wivu birrciis ot all kinds, fully prepared (or
the tprinu' bc-iiop. We nut a all kind of
porch Bcrcens, etc.
General Contractor, Builder and Dealer in
CiiIldiiiK hiom, te-nentlnf ot cellars a p.
daily, 'telephone W.'.
Offlee, Si7 WHshlnston arenue.
The scranton Vitnified brick
and tile manufacturino company
Maker of Putin; nrlel, etc. Jf II Dile, J
(ienci il Fjlrn Binl, OflUf "-3 nshlni;ton
ae, Wotki at aj uc. I'a , 1 . . V It.n.
Rooms 1 and 2
MINING AND BLASTING
UaJo at llocalo anil ltuhdale WoiVj.
Laflin & Rand Powder Co.'a
OHANGE GUN POWDER
Heclrio Ilatteiies, rieclria Ltplodcu, t'j
plodlng i)llts, bifclv l'ue.
REPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
and Mio SIXTV 1E CUNT, of o:
peiibc Wo inako n specialty of proper In
bilcaulb for ptopi'i niiiposc:)
Oil niul Specialty Co.,
1 Rdce Street. Cltv.