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lfE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
tt piiyn to use H oveiy
cooking utensil Is ninth1
with four lionvy contR of
V leplnee ficc, evciy
piece thai chips from
wear In five years.
Foote & Shear Co.
H9 Washington Ave.
TTnvc u gpiietnl stock-taking of jour
Rood en bud qualities and we 1C jour want
of siuc"-M Is not duo to tlio lack of the
most es.spntinl qualltv Tlulfl.
It Is Hie little leaks which Upi'P vnu riom
getting on. atop tho.se llttli leaks In
putting nwav Hip inoiitv mil wmr ex
penses cull wick on dtaw imn salatv.
f ou pl.it e vout savings with us jour
fnpll.il v.on't take long to ilotiblo
Wyoming Ave., Cor. Spruce St.
of Miisic and flrf
Pi halo and i lass lnshuc-
' Hon. A complete and bioad
education fiom foundational
to nonnal and post-graduate
w oi k.
Catalogue mailed. Corres
pondence solicited. Caiter
building, C04 Linden feticet.
1. F. MEGA11GEL & CO.,
Connell Building. ISotli Phones-
On Your Linen.
308-310 Penn Avenue.
A. B. WARMAN.
Hi., r. It. Sllkm.in has lolmned to
lier homo on Noith Jlaln ihiihw, uftir
u two weeks' .t In Sjiaeu-c, X. V.
Sirs. Simon Ttlcc, who lias been ml.
otisly 111 hi her homo on Jelfen-ou ave
nue for tl)o past ilu weeks, is leeovei
Mis. 1'ihvaid Km mud and children, of
Buffalo, X. V aio visiting her piin-nts,
Mr. and Jits. 1), J, Now man, "Hi Olive
William Hi Oalainciiu, Piluonton, 'im.
Is spending; a low dins with his college
jnatc, Chin Km II. Kobeithon, of Quhn.y
MM Jlniy L. I'ovvill 1ms iptiumd to
lier homo hi San rinnclt-co, C'ul., alter
If-itiiis' her aunt. JIip. .lohn Reoe, of
The engagement uf Uuitou Thoiinii-,
nun of John J. Thomas, of Hull's Head,
nnd Jllha Vlctoiia Kirchuer, of South
Sornutnii, is aniiouncpd
Dr. James Cm.li and Dr. ,lohn Cimh, of
Now York, havo iiuinned to Hint city nf
tti u visit with thi'lr paieuts, air, and
3Mi.s. James. Cush, of Phelps utioet.
Itt. Itov. lllshcp Ilobau was In Wells,
boio, Tioga, county, Suudav, whcio ho
dedicated tho chinch ot which Itov, John
J, O'Toole, lotmeily of Noith Kcianton,
John N, Kowlor, vice pieMdi'iit of tlin
Lackawanna Ttust and Snfo Deposit
lonipany. loft je.steiduy morning lot
Now Orleans, to attend tho baukeis,'
com cnt Ion,
Division Pieisht Agent J. H. Keolo and
DUUIon Supetlntendpnl C, M. nine, of
tho Lackawanna ralliouil, wcro on it tout
of Inspection oer the liloontsbuig dlvl
lit. Itov IIU-liop Spauldlng left jestcidaj
for Washington, D, t', to attend a. meet.
Ing of the hoaid ot management of the
Catholic uulyer<y IJishop Spauldlng w III
leturn fiom Washington Thuihday night
nnd bo picsetit at tho meeting or tho mi.
thraclto coal btilko commisfeloii in this
ilty on tho day following,
Curtis I'ovvdl, who has, acted as ileik
lor SIuglHiMtp John T. Howe lor a
number of jiam. leaves today lor Hur.
ralo, to take up an Impoitaiit position
In the olllcn ot tho Lackuwunna, Steel
companj-. 3Ii. Powell li iv popular uud
encrectlo jouns limn, who will be mU.std
by u, wido elrdo of lurpialntancps. llo
l.i tho picbcnt treutfurer of tho I'nion
i.easuo HtpuiJinan club, uud Is pioiii
iiuntly Idciitlllid with a number uf other
"MIMiP AffiPBE ?Jftffi?
"WW BTCN 3
Y WEDS SALARY1
BICYCLE CLUB TEAM ROLLED
UP TOTAL OF 2,020.
Defeated tho Suburban Players by
Only Twenty-eight Pins, How
ever Electric City Wheelmen Win
fiom Oreeu Rldgeis, and Oinngo
nnd Black Took Two from Arcadi
ans Bnckus Team Now Seems to
Have a Good Grip on Fhst Plnco in
Scranton League Race.
The best bow Hub: done po far this
Fcaon was done last night on the Gteen
Illdge ulleys", when tho Hlryclc club
team i oiled up tho niiignincent totnl of
!!,(1J0 ngalnst the Suburban's 'Ifftl. The
Suburban team pluyed In terribly haul
luck and desetvo nil the sympathy that
can he doled out to them.
They started out by loslnp two eight
hundred games nnd then mnilp 93C, only
to havejt beaten by !)3T. This li a much
sttonger team, as at piescnt consti
tuted, than spveuil of Hip otliPts, nnd
jet It has not won a. single gainc yet.
SCItAXTOX HICYCIiH CM'B.
Itoper 1M ISS lSil-Wi
floiman 11" 1T '--'7 T:
Mltchpll Hm 1" lS.'-r.OI
O'CoiuipII 1Til Itt S 17J-."1I
Will dell 191 HY ISl-fiL"!
Kowlson 11! 1M LtW-fW)
Hitchcock 11J IVl -J.l-r.JI
Shciman 157 1 SI I'.S-4Hii
I'ond 1W 17J r.! 4"S
Nlcol 177 177 ISO- r.it
sjj sji o;o-;:oj
High scoio Cloiman, "J7.
UIrIi aveioge Itowhon, 10J US
Tho Iloi ti lo City Wheelmen took
tin eo stialght fiom the Green Illdge
Wlieolnien nnd lolled tip tho comfort
able total ot 2138. The spoie:
i:li:ctihc city wuuuliuix.
13. Dals Ill 1P,l 171- If. J
AVIlllains I'll lis -.00 r.)
A. luis lui ITS I!!- 47J
Wcttllng 177 111 150 170
McCiaekcn 17? 17.' lit .7)1
sn tss sov-'jyo
GKL3I3X IUDG13 WHUBLSinX.
T.ijlot- 171 17"! 131- IS 1
Dolph Uil in IJ1- IU
tuoie 1".7 111 141 111
Wcclcmnn 170 1".s 1I7- ISt
Welchel Ib7 l.'l l-'J- 119
si 747 ,;:-::
High '.coir Williams, i'OO
High aci ago Williams, 17fi l-'l
The Orange and Ulack team ion two
unexciting and featureless games, from
the Arcadians on the Bicycle Club
allejs. Tho score:
OHAXGG AND BLACK.
Litt r.i loo ibii "ill
Noitbup l!"i l.'l H.5432
Stair II! IS.' IV1-,V."I
Reynolds 151 1M 170 17".
Simpson 1!7 Us 1U7 1!J
7.' I 7M SU'j 2171
Owens 1C", II! V. 411
Jloigan l.'ii l."7 13b 4.9
Cliatlleld 117 171 1 !.' 1".J
Dcpup "l.9 ll 12.' 4IJ
Sto.i 1.9 P.'. li.l 11.1
High .uie Stair, LO I
High asei ago Stair, 17u 1-!
The standing of the teams In
league is now as lollows.
Sei anion Tlicjilo club .... 5
Klettiiu City Wheelmen.. I
Oiaugp and Hltck "
Oipon Ridgo Wheelmen.. .'
SCRANTON BOWLING- LEAGUE.
The Hauuis team won three games
liom tiie Fiankllns, with hands down
lafct night, and have now got a falily
good giip on Hist place in the Set anion
league late. The scoie:
IJIrchei 1W lit 17-' 4J.'
Phillips K.J HI 1S1 1ST
Madi-n-pacher ...ll.l 1ST Hi 1ST
RiPhl HS l.'T lis Hi
Ilolhiitnel I"i7 Us 11". 4M
771 TOfl 71.9 2249
r.llllUlholt U.2 in ITS 5C9
JIooio Ill 177 172 IV.
Pcekhnm 17b 179 ju" lilj
VogiWong 112 . 177 4".i)
Hopkins 101". 1SI 210 Cm)
High scoie Hopkins, 210.
High nveiagc Hopkins, 1SC2-:..
The Ilampe team picked up last night
and took two closely contested games
fiom tho Atllngtons by supeiior tolling.
I JAM PI 3.
Lvans 182 11!
Piluo 141 1SS
JlcWIIIIams 19! 221
What ton 1u9 im
(!. Muiphj ISii 107
J. Kietci .,
C, KlPli'P .
1'. W. Roll
SIS 859 7!i
High KoiP-.MoWllllams, 22J
lllgli lueiage StoWllllams. 1S".
Tlio West .Side team left the tin
foitumthi .Maeiinetchor playeis at the
post last plglil and took till thtee ganiei
with ease, The scoie :
Davis is" 152
Rowlaiiils IV. I'.l
Jones 201 15
Itejnnu ill 17'i
Coons 171 si
Ripp.'lt IT, 171
Young ..,, Itiii 151
Itoblliig 112 170
Zehmer ,, 151 111
Westpfahl w )'.)
70 f 790
High moio Joiicd, 201.
High afi age-Coons, 1S7 J-1
The hoodooed Independents managed
tu giacetully drop three gnnies to tlio
I'ambilans, Tho scoie;
Reib 1M v, y, 40b
Rldgoway ib isi 171 4,!
Iluun . .. ,,....177 1M 12i 457
Ostoihoiit 152 m 117 450
Woldiici 1(0 155 1J9 n
75S 75) "oD 2217
Jehu Iu7 K..! JbS s.S
J-Yldlliaii IVi JJ2 r,i, 4SI
Richard , 155 HI 15S' 457
Henry ... 15o 191 Jl! 4S7
Dal ,..1W 152 177 ISO
?4S $15 i)i 2103
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY,
J. ALFRED PEMINGT0H, Director.
Class and Private Instruction
High score Ilenrj', li.
High average Das, 101.
The ptnndlng of the tennis hi this
league Is now ns follows:
Won. Lost. P.C.
Rncktm 11 I .778
West Shlo 11 .". .722
Arlington ti 7 .till
Cambrians 9 i! .000
Ilampo 10 s ,:'C,
I"rankllns 9 9 .500
Independents 2 It .133
JIacnnerehor 1 17 .0'G
Bowling Tomoirow Night.
Two tenniM of the K. Y. G. club will
piny the first of a seiles of games mi
tho Ilampo alleys Wednesday evening,
after which tho losing team will bun
nuot the winnois.: The personnel of
tho I wo teams Is ns follows:
"Kissing Bugs" "Pop" Mycis,
"Hank" Smith, "Baby" Diake, "Pur
ity" Stanton, "South Paw" Gill.
"Buiilbl" Bees" "Bathei" Thomas,
"Rabble" Klpie, "Lightning" Stiong,
"Hy" Olldort, "Ambltloui" Olldoif,
They Ale in This City Inquiring Into
American Coal Mining and Coal
Two eminent Russian englneeis,
Stephen Pantehenko, engineer of ways
nnd communications to the Russian
government and dhector of tho J. S.
Pantehenko Paper Mills and Coal Mines
company, at Rostoff-on-the-.Don, anil
Paul Tiesenhausen, n, laige owner of
Russian coal mines, aio at the Jeimjn.
Their mission in Scianton Is to lnquiie
Into American coal mining methods.
Yesteidaj, accompanied by Frank G.
Wolfe, they Inspected tho Pine Biook
shaft nnd bleaker o the Scranton Coal
companj' and todaj" thev will have a
look at other collieries In the vicinity.
In Russia coal Is sold as it comes
from the mines, in laigo lumps, and the
purchaser must be his own bleaker if
ho wishes It reduced to smaller sizes.
For this icason the visitors weie par-ticularlj-
interested in our breaker ma
chlneiy and methods and spoke admir
ingly of tho Ingenuitj- exhibited b- the
designers and manufactuieis of this
NINE LISTS OP WORDS.
Young People Are Busy Trying to
Win a Cash Present for Christmas.
Nine more lis.ts of words were sub
mitted yesterdoj in accotdance wltli
the rules of The Tribune's Junior I3du
cational Contest. In answer to a queiy
we beg to nssiuo eaeli of the word
bulldeis that under no clicunistances
will the number of woids In a contes
tant's list be disclosed to any one else.
Those who sent or biought lists jes
Rajinond Hodges, 1J10 Mulbenj'
Albeit Lewis, 314 Putnam stieet.
David S. Atkinson, 151 Meiidian
Cota Tcague, 1JC South Lincoln ave
nue. Regin.x riynn, '3.U West Maiket
Vhian Owens, 112 South Main ave
nue. Bessie Ilawlej-, 1020 Richmond ave
nue. Cedlic F. Joslln, 414 Quluey iiveiuie.
Geoige Haw ley, 41S Irving avenue.
CHARGES SON WITH PERJURY.
August Zuimer Says He Did Not
Agiee to Pay Rent.
August Zulmor, of Mattel s stieet,
yesteidaj- caused the anest of his son,
Otto, on the chaige of perjuiy. At a
healing before Aldetman Ruddj, the
father swoie that ceitaiu testimony
which the son oifeied In Aldertnans
Lentes' com t list week legarding an
agreement on his part to pay lent,
was absolutely untiue. Alderman
Ruddy held the son under $u00 hail.
The ease in Aldeinmn Lentes' otilto
was tried befoie u jury In accoidance
with an old law. The son sought to
have ills father and mother put out of
his house because of their lefusal to
pay lent as he alleged they had agreed
to. The juiy hi ought In a veidict In
Scianton Business College.
Messrs. Buck & Whltmoio hue on
file ten lequesls lor stenogiuplieis, lorn
ladles and six gentlemen, and no ono
to .send. Tluee ot thee uie lallioad
positions, I3tle, Lehigh Valley and
Lackawanna, and two aie with coal
Is simply tuxed to its lilghest limit.
The famous oriental nig sale at Geoige
AVntklns' stoie, on Lackawanna inc
line, was postponed yesterday In older
to give tho auctioneer, Mr, AVntklns
and all the hands In tho stoio a chunco
to rest for a day, A fiesh stock has
just been lecelveil Horn tlio custom
house and tho sale will commence to.
day, its usual, ut 2.30 and 7 30 p. m, at
COO Lackawanna avenue,
They Pay the User.
If j'ou wish a half-tone or line cut,
let tho Scranton Tilbunu make it for
ou. Our equipment for this woik Is
complete and up-to-date. Wo have
facilities for doing tlio finest sort of
woik at lowest prices nnd what's more,
wo do It. A tilul otdcr v.ljl convince
Illicit fiom KLQIX. ILLINOIS It is by
fai tho most Delicious Sweetest Butter
math' Otluis aihcul.'jo It, but none
Granulated Sugar, 20 lbs for $1,00.
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co,,
411 Lackawanna nvontie. 321 North Main
nsenue. 'Phono 7J-2. Piompt dellveij-.
New 'Phone 123.
HE DECIDES TO GO
HIMSELF ONE BETTER
Unknown Donor of Swimming Pool
for Park Increases Original Offer
from $10,000 to $20,000.
Tho gentleman who originally offcied
to donnto to the city a swimming pool
to cost $10,000, has decided that ho
wouldn't lllco to be locognlzcd as the
donor of tho kind of a pool thut would
cost that amount and has accordingly
decided (o give one to rost ?20,000, act
ing out the motto that "what's worth
doing at all is worth doing well."
Ho has' actively Interested himself In
the matter and has visited seveial
swimming pools in vatlous cities In
company with n well-known nvptiltmi
who Is now engaged In piepailng plans.
Tho pool, which it is proposed to place
in Nay Ausr nnik. will he hniiwii in n
stone building and will bo 28x75 feet In
size, witn tiled floor nnd a complete
system of shower baths In connection.
It will be modelled after the nnnl wblnh
Is at present In operation in Albany,
A foimal written monosltlon will lm
submitted to Director of Pulilln tVnilts
Roche within a lew davs and will In
turn bo submitted by him to councils
for acceptance. The Identity of the
donor j-et lcmalns a secret.
D0RSEV TO GO
The Twelfth Contestant Selects the
New-Yoik State Univeisity.
Chniles W. Doisej-, of Scianton, who
finished twelfth in The Tiibune's lecent
Educational Contest, has chosen for his
lew aril the scholaiship In the Univers
ity of Rochester, Jit Rochester, X. Y.
This scholarship covers tuition and in
cidental expenses for four j-ears and is
The next two young men on the list,
Hondrick Adams and Heniy E. Collins,
both reside out of tho city and hne to
be communicated with by mall, so it
may be a day or two befoie their
choices become known.
TO WORK EIGHT HOURS.
Postmaster Ripple Puts Postal Cleiks
on New Basis.
Postmaster 13. II. Ripple j-pstciday
put the loice of cleiks at the local post
office on an eight-hour basis, as has
been done in a number of other laige
cities. Tlio cleiks hae heietofoie been
woiking anywheio fiom elghl and a
half to ten hotns a daj but since the
flp additional men allowed the ofllco
hao tfono on duly it has been found
possible to peimit ol a stiaight eight
A lequisltiou for two additional clerks
will likely bo made In Older to obiato
the necessity of sending men from tho
central office to iel!ee the clerks on
duty in the West Scianton and Dun
moi e sub-stations
DIED AT THE HOSPITAL.
Joseph Myeis, Who Was Shot on
Sunday, Passes Away.
Joseph Myeis, the young man who
was accidentally shot in the head on
Sunday, while delivering papeis near
his home in Petersburg, died eailj' j-es-teiday
morning in the Sctanton Private
hospital. Coiouer Saltry made a post
moiteni examination, but has not de
cided as to whether an Inquest should
be held or not.
Tony Joidnn nnd Tony Ambiosa, the
two jounsr mpii who weie shooting at
the taiget, near which Myeis passed
when he wns stiuck, aie still in hiding,
but the police believe they will gle
themselves up today.
The Chiistiim Woikeis' Le.iguo will
hold a cottage player meeting at the
homo ot August Kollorman, this evening
ut S o'clock. All aro welcome.
The Central Woman.,' Cliiistlan Tem
pi lanco union will meet this afternoon
at 3 o'clock, in Guernsey's hall. Subject,
"KpIiops finm the National Convention."
See the Cut Man.
effective and attiactlve half-tones
and line cuts for caid, adveitlslng or
any other puipose, can bo seemed at
Th Tilbuno office. Wo do woik that
Is unexcelled, do It promptly nnd at
lowest lates. A trial older will con
Dr. LIndaburj-, Surgeon, diseases o:
women a specialtj', 215 Connell building.
Hours: 11 a, m. to 4 p, in.; 7 to 8.30
Loudon's Conccntuited Tomato
Soup, 3 lbs., 23c; $2.75 dozen,
Laige Queen Olives, stuffed,
Piesetvcd Ginger (glass), 25c,
Fancy Salmon, 1 lb, flat, 15c,
Sai dines, laige size can, 19c,
Flint Jolly, new, 15c (glass).
Goulon & Dllworth's Mince
Meat, Pluiit Pudding and Jams.
E. G, Course n,
NOVEMBER 11, ' 1902
CONSTRUCTION Or EIGHTEEN
Gland Juiy In Its Ropoit to Court,
Yesterday, Said They Were Neces
sniy The Estimated Cost of Them
Is $0,805 Suggest That All of
Them Bo tho Samo Kind of Con
struction, and That tho Contract
for Them Be Lot at the Same Time.
In Its fltst ieporl to thr court yester
day, the grand Jury recommended tho
election of eighteen bridges by the
county, tho totnl cost of which It Is
estimated will be $9,805. Tho amount of
the bildge tnx for next year will be
If the recommendation of the Jury to
adopted by tho county commlsslonuis,
all of the bridges will be of steel girder
construction, with corrugated lion, con
crete nnd stone Horn Inc. The abut
ments will bo of dry mnsoniy.
The Jutors say In their lecommendn
tlon that bildgcs of that kind of con
struction can bo built chenper than any
other form proposed and that wherever
Hint kind of n bridge Is now in use it
stood the test of the extraordlnniy
floods of list March, Thev believe it
would be economy to erect) the kind ot
bridge suggested and they saj- Hint if
Hie contiocts for nil the bridges ate
awarded at one time the county will
save 28 1-3 per cent, on the total cost.
The bridges they recommended follow
and aie to bo built in Hip order named:
i Rildgo In tho township of Benton,
over Gardner's cieck on the public road
leading f'om Flcotvillo to Factoiyvllle.
Amount appropriated, $350.
2. Bridge in tho township of llenton,
over creek in tho public load lending
fiom Fnotoryvlllo to Nicholson, near tho
lesldence ot A. P. Claik, snld creek be
ing tho outlet of Mud and Baylor's pond.
Amount nppioptlated, $150.
3. Btldgo In the township of Lehigh,
ovpr Pond cieek, at the place whprp the
public highway from the Old Plank road
to Bear Lake crosses said creek. Amount
4. Btldgo hi the borough of Blakelj-,
over Hull's cieek, nt Third fctiect.
Amount appiopriatcd, $1,000
D. Bildgc In the borough ot Blokplv,
over Hull's cieek nt rirst street.
Amount npproptlntpd, $700.
(!. Bildgp In tho borough of Blakelj,
over Hull's creek, at Second street.
Amount nppropiiated, $700.
7. Bridge In tho township of Covington,
over Ciiinmlngs' circle, at the place
where tlio public highway leading fiom
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
ralltoad tracks to Turnersville crosses
said creek. Amount appropriated, $!90.
S Bridge In tho township of Coving
ton, over McDonald's creek, nt tho place
where the public highway leading from
the Delawaie, Lackawanna and Western
railroad tracks to Tuinersvlllc ctosses
said creek. Amount appiopriatcd, $190.
9. Biidgo In the borough of Jermyn,
over Rushbrook creek, at Thlid street.
Amount appropriated, $l,0b0
10. Biidgo in the township ot Madison,
over Brown's cieck, near the house of
G. S. Blown on the road leading fiom
Hoinbakpr's store to Loveland's grist
mill, at the place vvhoio said road crosses
said cieek. Amount appropriated, $190.
11. Bridge in tho township of Madison,
over Swait.'s cieck, near the house of
Philip Swait, on tho load leading from
Moscow to Maillsonvllle. Amount appio
12. Biidgo in the township of Madison,
over Roaring btook, near J. B. Love
land's gr!-t mill, on the load leading
from Moscow to Maillsonvllle. Amount
11 Bridge In South Abington, over the
Clock near Bdwaid Wise's piopeity, on
tho load leading lrom Clark's Summit
depot to D. Bell's lesldence. Amount ap
14. Biidgo in the township of Spring
Brook, over Rattlesnake creek, at tho
place vvhtie the public highway leading
fiom Thomas Jones' house to Maple
Lake load ciosses said creek. Amount
13. Bridge in tlio township of Seolt,
over tho Bast blanch of the Tunkhan
nock cieek, on the load leading fiom
.Toulan's Hollow to Kdella, near the ies
denco of A. R. Wetheibj'. Amount ap
10. Biidgo in tlio township of Scott,
over Kennedj's cieek, at tho point whero
tlio stieani is ciossed bv the public load
leading fiom Cai pouter's cornels to
Wallsville, near Hie lesldence of Heniy
Dunlap. Amount appropriated, $1."0
17. Biidgo in tho township of Scott,
over tho outlet of Scull's cieek, near the
icsldenco of William Smith, on the main
load leading fiom Montdalo to CUffoul.
Amount nppiopiiated, $!00. $
15. Biidgo in tho township of South
Abington, over Riltton cieek, on tlio pub
lic hlghwnv leading fiom Jenkins' hotel
at Chinchilla, to the (liltlln lespivolr duni.
Amount appiopilnled, $110.
Sixteen Candidates Aie Taking Them
This Week in City Hall.
Attorneys William A. Wilcox, C. R.
Bedfotd and John M. llatrls, the county
uonul of law examlneis, jesterday be
gan the conduction of a seiles of pie
llmlnaiy examinations for admission to
the bar. The examinations are being
conducted in the council chambeis nt
the municipal building and will con
tinue throughout the week.
The following sixteen candidates aie
taking the examinations: Chailes
Com sen, William If, Davis, Charles
Connell, Edgar A. Jones, P. Flahettv,
P. S. Walsh, G. If, McDonnell. A. L,
Watson, A. S, Ihitheitoid, M, J. Mur
my, J. B, Mm raj-, O, B, Monow, A
Poiter, C. X. Pitcher, H.itold A.
Waties and J. Mulford.
Tto $1.50 Kind for
A full one dollar nnd a half's worth
nt a saving of 50 cents on eacli pair.
It is a Cape Glove, lined with silk or
unllned, chessed or uudiessed, soft
skins, modem backs, all sizes, and in
all the popular colois. A ieal bar
gain at S1.00 per pair, Each pair
warranted. One of the be3t stieet
gloves you ever saw for 81,00.
418 Spiuce Stieet.
300 Lackawanna Avenue.
L1X13 OF IMPORTED WOOL GLOVES,
PLAIN OR FAXCY, 50c
Woman's Wealth Is Health
GIVES VITILATY, VIGOR AND
STRENGTH TO DEBILITATED
AND RUNDOWN WOMEN.
It is inalnliilned by many dlMtln
KUlshpd wiiteis that tho greatness ot
a nation dcpeiMs much upon tho phy
sical condition of Its women. The gen
crnt conditions which contribute! lo
health and long life, aio those which
do not Imply a inpid and unequal ex
haustion of those poweis by which life
Is maintained. While up nsseit that
the women of our land stand peetless
for honuty and tho virtues thai make
them lovable, we cannot hide tho fact
that tho.io aio thousands In our mldsl
who, owing to overwork, worty, house
hold caies, nnd tin unequal exhaus
tion ot life power, havo become weak,
nervous, sleepless, and debilitated.
Wo btlng to the attention of nil
weary, despondent, hopeless, and sick
ly women eaith's gieat lcsctter and
health-builder, Palno's Celeiy Com
pound. Thousands of healthy women
nround us owe their picsent vigor, ac
tivity and lobustness tn Palno's Cel
ery Compound. Mr. Stephen Smith,
St. Paul, Minn., tells how she was
snatched fiom the giavc. She suysj
"I had a bad attack of la gi Ippe
this spilng nnd was at death's door,
and no ono ever expected mo to ie
covor. 1 was so weak that us soon us
they biought me out of ono faint I was
In another. I could not take any notii
Ishmenl. nnd doctois' medicines did
me no good. A filond advised my htis
hnnd to get me a bottle of Paine's
Celery Compound, which ho did, hut
had no faith In It. Tho second day af
ter taking tho Compound, I began lo
got real luingiy and too': an inteiost
In things. X had everything Hint
nionoj" and loving cate could supplj',
and with that nnd Paine's Cehy Com
pound, I am now doing my ow n vvoi k,
while three months ago 1 was almost
in tho grave. I know that I owe my
health nnd hticnglh to Paine's Celeiy
Compound, and shall always recom
There aie many wnvs to economize,
but none is so .simple, entertaining
and satlsfactoiy as the use of
In making pietty and piactical ob
jects for the home
Diipction book and 15 dve samples fiee.
DIAMOND DYES, Buillngton, Vt.
DOYLES COMMITTED TO JAIL.
Miss Doyle's Injuries Are Painful,
But Not Serious.
Joseph Doyle, who stiuck Ills sister,
Miss Nellie Dojle, on the head with
an axe at their home, in Old Foigo,
Satuiday night, nnd their lather, Cluis
topher Doyle, who also participated In
the assault, weie given a healing jes
teidtty befoie Justice of the Peace
At Hie conclusion of the healing they
weie committed to the county jail in
default of $.300 bail. Miss Doyle's In
junes aie painful, but not seilous.
Dr. D. B. Hand's Office.
Is in tho Rookeiy building, coiner
Washington avenue and Sptuco sheet
and not on Penn avenue. Dr. Hand
will be found In his office fiom 2 to 3
in the afternoon and fi.oin 7 to I) In the
1)1!. FU1I3IAN, OSTEOPATH
Consnlfntion nnd examination fieo.
9 to Li a. m. Caiter bldg, bill Linden st.
1 to 9 p. in,, 15.M N. Washington uve.
50 Cents an Hour
130 Wyoming Avenue.
r I To SIP
1 9 11 UI illllv
It Is often a source of great satisfaction to purchasers to be able t
make their own selection of skins for garments. We aro now in the
exclusive fur business, and prepared to show you a large line cf tha fol
lowlng high-grade furs :
HUDSON BAY SABLE
Remodeling mid Repairing
Is (liven Special Attention,
324 Lackawanna Avenue.
4 4 4 j
4 Aro the best in tho world.
In VARNISHES wo cairy '
4. Valentines and
Also a full line of Biushcs
Bittenbender & (5 !
126-128 Franklin Ave.
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1 Do You
an! a Piano?
We hnve them, new and
used, at pilces fiom $75.00
Poi Imps you havo an In
Btiument that you want to
exchange. Let us make
you an estimate on it.
We also have a few or
gans that aie bai gains.
High or low tops, solid
$10 to $60.
N. A. Hulbert,
1 17 Wyoming Ave.
WE WILL GIVE
with every dollar's worth
Cut This Out.
Brooks & Sanderson Shoe
Comer Wyoming and
H Lackawanna Avenues.
The middleman's pro
lit b piuchiisiug your
umhiPlliis or paiasoli
dhcit fiom tho iiihiiu
lactuiPi. Special in
ducements just now
in older to clear out
our Htock picpaiatoiy
to making tip oui
iMnlstmiis line. Wo
aie the only pxchislvu umbiella mnnu
fuctuiLis in the clt
SCRANTON UMBRELLA MANU
S13 SPRI t'E STREET.
The Scranton United
consisting of Hip best volets In this city
will give a gliitul conceit nt tho Ljieiuv
Momlav evening, Nov 37, lri-', at whirl,
the lompetltlvo pieces ot the liiooMyr
Festival will bo sung.
Ladies' Chorus 112 voices,
Men's Choi us 113 voices.
Grand XIIioiub 225 voices.
Cash Paid fw