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THE SCRANTOjNT TKIJBU'JVE-THURSDAlT; NOVEMBER 20, 1902.
Concluded from Fno l.t
)nnds and against a foo vory eluilve, very
treacherous, mid often Inconceivably
cruel both toward our men nnd toward
the great numbers of penco-lovlnff Fili
pinos who gladly welcomed our advent.
Tho soldiers Included both regulars niid
volunteers, men from tho North, tho
Boulh, tho East, and tho "West, men from
Pennsylvania nnd from Tennessee, no
less than men from tho Itocky mountnlnn
nnd tho I'ncluo Slope and to all ullho
we glvo honor, for they noted as Ameri
can soldiers should. Cruelties were com
mitted hero and there, Tho fact tlinl
they wero committed under wcllnlgh In
tolerable provocation affords no excuso
for such cruelties, nor can wc admit ns
.liutlflcutlon that thoy wero retaliatory In
Hind. Kvcry effort has been made to de
tect and punish tho wrong-doers nnd tho
wrong-doing Itself has been completely
stopped. Huf those misdeeds wero excep
tional, and their occurrence In iiowIhp
niters tho fact that tho American army
In tho Philippines showed, na a whole,
not only splendid soldierly qualities, but
n high order of humanity In denllng with
their foes. A hundred thousand of our
troops went to tho Philippines. Among
litem wero some who offended against
the right. Well, nre we altogether Im
maculate at home? T think not. T ask
for no special consideration to be shown
nur friends nnd kinsmen, our sons nnd
brothers, who during three years so wpII
upheld the national honor In the Philip
pines. I ask merely that wo do the fame
equal Justice to tho soldier -who went
abroad and faced death and lived hard
ns we show to his fellow who stayed at
home and lived easily and In comfort;
nnd If wo show that equal Justice, wo
will doff our hats to tho man who has
put the whole country under obligations
by the victory he helped to win In tho
Tho Soldiers' Work.
Hut the Foldlcr's work as a soldier was
not the larger part of what ho did. When
once tho outbreak was over In any place,
then begnn tho work of establishing civil
iidmlnlstratlon. Hero, too, the soldier did
bis part, for tho work of preparing for
the civil authority was often dono by tho
rifllrers and men of tho regular army, and
well done, too. Then the real work of
building up a systin of self-government
for tho people who had become our
wards was begun, under the auspices of
the Philippine romtulss-lon, Judge Taft
being made governor, and I having burl
tho honor myself to appoint General
Wright as vice governor. During tho
critical period when the Insurrection was
ending and tho time was ono of transi
tion between a. elate of war and a. state
of peace, at tho time that T Issued- a
proclamation declaring that the state of
war. was over and that tho civil govern
ment was now in complete command
r.Vneral Wright served as governor of
the archlpflago. The progress of the is
lands, both In material well-being and
as regards order nnd Justice tinder tho
administration of Governor Wright and
his rolleagiies has been astounding.
There Is no rpipstion as to our not
having gono far enough and fast enough
In granting self-government to tho Fili
pinos: the only possible danger has been
lest we should go faster and farther than
was In the Interest of the Filipinos them
selves. Each Filipino at the present day
Is guaranteed his life, bis liberty, and
the chance to pursue happiness as bo
wishes, so long as he does not harm his
fellows, in a way which the islands havo
never known before during all their re
corded history. There are bands or la
drones, of brigands, still in existence.
Now nnd then they may show sporadic
Increase. This will be due occasionally
tn disaffection with some of the things
that our government does which are best
for example, tho effort tn minrnntlnn
against the plague and to enforce ncces
rarv sanitary precautions, gently and
tactfully though It was made, produced
violent hostility among some of the more
ignorant natives. Again, a disease like
the cattle, plague may cause. In some
given province, such want that a part
of the Inhabitants revert to their an
cient linblt of brigandage. But tho Is
lands have never been as orderly, as
peaceful, or as prosperous ni now: and
In no other Oriental country, whether
ruled by Asiatics or Europeans, is tlierp
nnvthlng pppro.tehlng to the amount of
individual liberty ntid of self-government
which our rule has brought to the Fili
pinos. The nation owes a 'great debt to
the people through whom this splendid
work for civilization has been achieved,
nnd therefore, on behalf of the nation. T
have como here tonight to thank, In your
presence, your fellow-townsman, because
ho ha helped us materially to add n.
new page to the honor roll of American
. history. General Wright, I greet you, I
thank you, ond I wish yo'ti well.
At midnight tho presidential party
left for Washington over tho Southern
railway. Col. L,. S. Brown, general
nprcnt of the Southern, was In charge
of the train. No. stops will be made on
the way. The train will reach Wash
ington at 6 o'clock Friday morning.
Mr. Edward Laughltn. of Monsey ave
iup, Is confined tn his homo by Illness.
Mrs. Haun, of Penn avenue, has re
turned from a two weeks stuy at
Miss Yolanda Kellam, of. Paupaok. Is
the guest of Mrs. Edson Green, of Green
Mrs. William Wright, or Breaker
Rtreet, has returned from a two weeks'
stay at IJtesvllle, N, V.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William II. Peck, of
Monsey avenue, havo returned from
Js'ew Orleans, where Mr. Peck attended
the American Hankers' convention.
The Indies of tho Green Illdge Baptist
church will hold a sale of cakes, home
made candies nnd Thanksgiving del
icacies, at the church the day before
Tho murrlugo of Patrick II, Kearney
nnd Miss Annie, Gibbons, will take place
nt St. Paul's church Wednesday nfter
rioon, Nov. 20, 1002.
Wllllnm J. Watts returned to Phila
delphia yesterday after spending a few
days villi his family at their home -on
It's a Beauty.
At $10.C0 the best coat In the city for
the money. Mears & llagen,
MRS. MARY COLLINS, aged 3S
years, died at her homo on Spring
street, Duimiore, yesterday afternoon,
'After an illness of several months' dur
Ation, dining which she suffered from
dropsy, She Is survived by Ave chil
dren, tho hurbnwl and father having
died just nnc year ago. The funeral
iv III occur this afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
Interment will be In Mt. Carmel ceme
tery. TtUTH WILLIAMS, aged 15 years,
'daughter of Sirs. Annie Williams, died
nt 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon at her
another's home, 165 South Bromley ave
nue, after a week's Illness from appen
dicitis. Prccasecl was an amlablo
yquug woman and was a member of
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal Sun
day school and a pupil at No. 14 school.
Deceased Is survived by her mother
nnd two sisters, Mrs. John T. Phillips
and Miss Florence Williams. The fu-
Uix;u announcement will be made later, J
International Bank and Trust Company
Commencing .Monday morning, Nov. 17tli( nnd continuing until
3 1 in., Thursday, Nov, 20th, subscriptions to the Increased common
capital stock of the INTERNATIONAL HANK AND TRUST COMPANY
OF AMERICA will be received by Hankers a nd Trust Companies In the
principal cities of the United States, Canada and Mexico, as follows :
RUSSELL WIIITCOMB & CO., Bankers
HAMILTON TRUST CO
IINTI-RNATIOINAL TRUST CO. OF AID..
JAMES B. SMITH, Banker
ROSS & CROCKER. Bankers
BANK OP BUFFALO
SALT SPRINGS NATIONAL BANK
COMMONWEALTH TRUST CO
UNION TRUST CO
1. F. MEGARGEL & CO
NATIONAL TRUST CO.. LIMITED..
INTERNATIONAL BANK AND TRUST
COLONIAL THIIST CO
JAMES ARBUCKLE Sc SONS
ROBERTS. HALL Ac CRISS, Bankers..
ftllhMILKI VALLEY TRUST CO
MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST CO
UNION TRUST CO
PORTLAND TRUST CO. Hf rtRPr.ON
"ifiPXflBfflB of Mexico.
The Offering is $3,200,000 at $120
per share: payable, 10 per cent, on allotment, 15 per cent. In 30 days, 23 per cent,
in 3 months, 20 per cent. In 6 months, 23 per cent, in 0 months.
It will he the poller of the Bunk to allot an amount of stock to each section of
tho country, and, na the total offering must ho divided among at least twenty
cities nnd tributary torrltorv, thn proportion avnllnhlo to any single city Is com
paratively small: tlioreforo, tl Is expected that thu Issue will bo oversubscribed and
the price advanced nfter nllotmcnt.
NOW ON AN 8 PER CENT. DIVIDEND BASIS
THE INTERNATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OP
America was formed by a merger of The Mexican Trust Co. and its nine
banks In active operation in Maxico, paying dividends at tho rate of 8
per cent, per annum, and Tho Corporation Trust Co., of Delaware. Under
the merger the full-paid stock of The Mexican Trust Co. was exchanged,
share for share, for the new stock.
Applications for Stock are to be sent to any of the above banks
and Trust Companies, who will also furnish further information.
Subscriptions mailed on Thursday, Nov. 20th. will participate in the
allotment, which will be made on Monday, Nov. 24th, 1902.
Russell Whitcomb & Co., Bankers,
29 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Subscriptions Will Also Be Received by
I. F. Megargel & Co., Scranton, Pa.
Wall Strcot Boview.
New York, Nov. in. Interest In today's
stock market centered almot.t entirely In
the local tractions which were very
strong and active. Operations in that
group aggregated about one-Miiarter of
the entire day's business. Manhattan,
as on the previous days of tho week, was
tho real featur making a maximum ad
vance of over nine points, and a. net gain
of 6T$e. Metropolitan nnd Brooklyn Rapid
Transit, which were taken up later in the
day. scored net gains of 3'n and 4!ic
points, respectively. Thn "Street" Is
convinced that some sort of a deal is on
in Manhattan, and there are those who
believe that the deal includes practically
all the etreet lines of Greater New York.
Manhattan, according to rumors current
during the day may go to Metropolitan
Interests or he taken over by thn syn
dicate which controls the Subway sys
tem now In course of construction. Hu
mors regarding Brooklyn Transit had to
do with Pennsylvania, railroad interests.
The Pennsylvania railroad, as is generally
known, controls the Long island rail
road and has other interests In Kings nnd
Queens counties. Tho rumor coupling
Pennsylvania, with Brooklyn Transit was
generally scouted. Opening prices re
llccted further pressure in all the activo
stocks except Manhattan, Colorado Fuel,
declined .T points nnd there were average
losses ot a point or more in unmmoro anu
Ohio, I'nlon Pacillc. Amalgamated Cop
per and St. Paul, while Reading, I'nlted
States Steel and Sugar sold lower. Mean
time Colorado Fuel continued to advanci
and in the first thirty minutes reached V;i
from which it fell points, but as h
shown more than recowied this loss
Prices gradually improved In many of
the standard Issues. Traders who had
been out of the market for some days
took the long side nnd the short Interest
covered extensively, especially in Man
hatttan and Sugar. Trading in Manhat
tan during the early session was so wide
that tho stock Rained a point between
quotations. That a very prominent op
orator was engineering the movement is
well known. Recoveries all this time else
where In tho list were feverish and or
intlo as was shuwn In the course of such
Htocks as Metropolitan, Louisville and
Nashville, St. Paul. Missouri Pacific and
Canadian Pacitlc. Sugar continued steady
on reports of better trade codnltlons.
Colorado Fuel fluctuations wero wild
making at ono time an abrupt decrease
of 4 points though closing 2 points below
yesterday's price. General Electric went
off 2 points on small sales and the mar
ket at this particular period seemed to
be meeting more stock than It could ab
sorb. This afternoon brought the real
upward turn In the tractions, and In the
general rally an Improved tone was
shown bv Reading, Norfolk and "Western.
St. Paul. Southern Pacillc. Union Pa
cific, Baltimore and Ohio, Wabash pre
ferred, Atchison and somo others In tho
samo class. The closing was strong and
active. Total sales today, 001,600 shares.
The following quotations are furnished
Tho Tribune by Ilaight & Freeso Co., 3H
315 Mears Building. W. D. Runyon, man
Amal. Copper ra?; r.5 G3 K's
Am. C. ,fc F .'isri ::,4 :fU 'M
American leu W' w& W,- 10'J
Am. Ico, Pr :i7' 2S aTV-j "
Am. Locomotive .... 27', 'JT1;! 27 27
Am. S. & R. Co k i:i 12). t.!
American Sugar ....114 lis?; 1K li
Atchison Sl',2 2I MV K9i
Atchison. Pr !7'. US 37?i S
Brook. It. T S7-i IV, r.7i IWv'i
Canadian Paeitle 127 12b'i 12HU 12HV4
Clios. i Ohlc 4310 4l?g ml 41V'.
Chicago .: Alton .... :iHt :2 rsigi S2'
chic. & o. w 2 ::; 241 ssis
C, M. & St. P Iran 17241 hi!)'! 172-h
Col. Fuel iff Iron ... S2 KT SI K
Col. & Southern .... 2751 2S'j 27'ji 2!i
Del. & Hud U'Ti l.iT 13.", r,7
Don. & It. G Pr.... :vi so ssv. so
Kilo ?.VA ;-)i S2Ti :9i
Krle. 1st Pr wl (it r;m r.i
Krle, 2d Pr UPA Ifi'A 45 4:,t
N. Y. Central 110 150 ns'.i l.TOj
Norfolk no West .... r.sr. am is cm:
Ont. & West 29 sou 2Mi at'i
Pacillc Mall a7Vfi 37 37 37
Penha. It. R 1WS rj 15.TO 155
People's Gun 09?I 100 99 1(10
St. L., So. W 2fli 20ii ;?4 2n
Southern Pacirio ,,. fils4 01 ifl
Southern u. R si :i25 :u 32
Southern It, R Pr,, 92 !)2i 92 H2
renn. coai & iron.,. r,o
Texas & Pacific 41 42 41 42
Itninn Tnlfln fi9 imfi nsi? liwii
Union Pacific, Pr,.., S M MIS S9
U. S. Leather ,., 12 12 124 12',?
U. a Leather, Pr 80 80 so kO '
TI, S. Steel ., ml 30 !!C. SHIi
....... -...... ,..,.,,. -- -"- 9
u. ra. nicgi, rr ,,.,., a ' mu m
Wabash 30 30 119 20
Wabash, Pr 43 41 42 it
Western Union SS RSr;J SS f,s
Wheel. & L. B 21 25 21 23
Wis. Central 21 21 S3?l 21
Total sales, 903,300 shares.
Money, 3 per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION.
WHRAT Onen. High. Low. Clo
December ...,..., 7314 7 73 75
December .....,,. 67t 59 E3 B7Ti
42?. Wj iVA 431?
December ........ SO
30 29T1 r.0
Sl?i 31 314
Minima weiurai m 4i.''i mi, 1U';
Louis. & Nash 122 12ati 12lJ 122)1
Manhattan 14291 151 H2V-J 119
Met. St. Ry 13iVi 143 l?Al 111
Mexican Central .... 2Si !& 229, si
Mo. K. & Tex 25Vi 251- 25U 25V-
Mo., k, & T Pr .... m; r,7',. r3t rw.
Mo. Paeillo MW in7 ins
itcsscci wieoi uar ... . r7 &7 57
Reading ,. U GircJ 85 50
Rending. 1st Pr t5 R5 mu R5
Republic Steel 1SU lu 1SU 10
Republic Stoel, Pr .. 75 75',', 75 75
Rock Island 43 4:P, 4.1 43li
St. L. & San F 72 72 71 71
Jauuary , ,.,.. 13.22 15.70 13.23 15.70
May .,....,.. 11.43 lltf 1142 14.67
fVt ... MBL 1(1 tlranrltVMV
Philadelphia. Arcade Bid
Baltimore, 221 E. German St.
rvcw YarK wuy.
.New Haven. Conn.
Elmlra. N. Y.
Blnirhnniton. N. Y.
.Buffalo. N. Y.
Chicago. flOrt Rookery.
St. Louis, Mo.
St. Joseph. Mo.
San Francisco, Cut.
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET
lOpon. High. Low. C
December S.1S S.IS S.17
January SM S.hi S.12
March S.n." S.H7 S.ftfi
May S."7 M7 S.u7
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr.... 60
Count v Sav. Bank & Trust Co 300
First Nat. Bank (Carbonuale). ... 500
Third Uotlonol Bank 550
Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank 300
Economy L., H. & P. Co 45
First National Bank I.-.oo ...
Lack. Trust & Safe Dep. Co . 195
Clark & Snover Co., Pr 125
Scranton Savings Hank 500
Traders' National Bank 225
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co 125
People's Bank 135
Scranton Packing Co 33
Scranton Passenger Railway.
first mortgage, due 1020 113 ...
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage, duo 1913 115
People's Street Railway. Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921 115
1 Scranton Trac. Co., C per cent. 113
Economy L.. H. & P. Co 97
N. Jersey & Pocono Ice Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 103
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. G. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave.)
Butter Fresh creamery, 2Cc.; fresh
Kggs Nearby, 30c; storage, 22c.
Marrow Benns Per bushel, J2.S3.
Onion Per bushel, GotiiOc. .
Potatoes C5c. per bushel.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York, Nov. 19. Flour Firm and
more active at tho advance asked. Wheat
Spot firm; No. 2 red. 79c. elevator; No.
2 rod. 76c. f. o. b. atloat; No. 1 northern
Duluth, lc. f. o. b. aotlat; options had
an unsettled and feverish day. December
was tho strongest but tho wholo list ad
vanced freely and closed strong at alc.
net advance: March closed Klc.; May. Sic.;
December. Mc. Corn Spot firm; No. 2,
05c. elevator; (;Cc. ulloat; No. 2 yellow,
CSc.; Nu. 'S white. iiSc: option market was
Irregular, but like wheat generally firm
and higher. A few brief reactions oc
curred hut the close was very strong ut
?jalc. advance. January closed 55c:
May, 4Sc.; July. 474c.: December, C2',4c.
Oats Receipts, 40,500 bushels; exports,
0,190 bushels; spot steady; No. 2, 33c;
state while, 37c; No. 3, 34c; No. 2 white,
37c; No. 3 white, 3i;c; track mixed west
ern, nominal; track white, 36a42c; op
tions llrmly held but very dull hero. De
cember closed 3fi)io. Butter Firm; ex
tra creamery, 2Sc; factory, lSalSc; cream
ery, common to choice, 20a27c; imitation
creamery, 17a21c; slate dairv, 20a2iic;
renovated, 17a21e. CheeseFirm: now
state full cream, fancy colored, old, I2?4a
13c; now, 12c; iimall white, old. 2?Ja
3c; now, 12c; largo coloied, old, 13c;
now, 12c; largo white, old, 13c; new,
12c; large colored, old, 13c: now, 12c:
largo white, old, 13c: new. 12c. Eggs
Steady: uverngo best, 2Sa2Sc; refriger
ated, ISa'Jlc; western fancy granded, 2Ca
27c; western, poor to prime, 2Gc
Philadelphia Grain and Provision.
Philadelphia. Nov. 19. Whcat-Flrml
c. higher; contract grade, November.
77a77e. Corn Quiet but steady; No. 2
yellow, il7c. Oats Unchanged; No. 2
clipped, 37c Butter Firm, 1c. higher;
extra western creamery, 2Sc: do, nearby
prolnts, :;0c, Kggs Firm, good demand;
fresh nearby, 29c; loss off; do. western,
2tic; do. do.; do, southwestern, lGa27o.;
do, do. southern, 25c do. do. Cheese
Firm; New York full creams, prlmo
small, 1314c: do. do. do. fair to good,
small, 12:jal3c; do. do, do. prime large,
13c; do. do, do. fair to good large, 12a
12?ic Refined Sugar Strong, Cotton
Flvo points higher; middling uplands,
S.IOc Tallow Quiet but steady; city
prime. In barrels, i;aii?HC,: do. dark In
barrels, 5Ju5c; cakes, Gn7c. Live.
Poultry Quiet but steady; fowls, lOallc;
old roosters, 8c; spring chicks, lOallc;
ducks, 1lal2c; turkeys, Unl2c; gecso, 10a
lie. Dressed Poultry Firm; good de
mand; fowIK choice western, 13c, s do,
southern and southwestern. I2al2c; do.
fair to good, llnllo.; old roosters. iUilOc;
roasting chickens, nearby, largo, 15c; do.
small and medium. 13allc; western do.,
large, 14c; do, small nnd medium, llnl3c;
turkeys, choice western, lie; do, fair to
good, 10al3c; ducks, 13al."c Receipts
Flour, 2,500 barrels and 4.5SO.00O pounds In
sacks: wheat, 21,000 bushels; corn, 12.0M
bushels; oats, 32,fJO bushol3. Shipments
Wheat. 2.500 buahols; corn, 2.40O bushels;
oats, 12,000 bushels,
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Nov. JP. ZIotliH tho grain nnd
provision markets were activo today,
prices continued on their upward march,
Decombur wheat closing 2c higher; De
cember corn, 1c, higher with oats o.
higher; Junuary provisions closed from
17 to 45c higher. Tho leading futures
mnger us follows: Wheat No. 2 Decem
ber, 73u75c; May, 76a77a77T4c Com
No. 2 2 November, 57a5So.: December,
D7c; May, 42attc. Oats-No. 3 now,
33e, Mess Pork Per barrels. January,
$15.22al5.27; Slay. SH.42al4.C7. Lord
Por loo pounds, November, $11.15. Short
Ribs Per 100 ponds, January. 57.8Ja8.12;
May, $7.70a7.S5. Cash quotations wero as
follows: Flour Firm: No, 2 spring
wheat, 7Cc: No. 3, 70a74e.j No. 2 red, 73
a76c; No. 3 corn, 5Sc; No. 2 yollow, BSc;
No. 3 oats, 28c; No. 8 whlto. -; No. 3
white. S9&i33c.: No. 2 rye. 50c; good
free barley, 80a3$c; fair to choice malt
ing. 43458c. i N. 1 llax seed, 1.15; No. 1
northwestern, S1.22; short ribs, J9.75a9.87;
shoulders. J9.37u9.W; short clear sides,
ON TI1K T1URD FLOOR,
Special patterns In Wall Paper, de
signs a lttilo different. Values hotter
than any we've had before, or are
Toys by the Wagon Load
SATURDAY will be the day we shall open the doors to our immense TOYLAND iu basement. A thousand and
one novelties that will interest the children from a Tin Horn to a big Express Wagon, from a Jumping Jack to a
whizzing Automobile. Mechanical Toya with their clock work aud fascinating movements. And what a Doll
family! Little Dolls to big ones, sleeping dolls and the kind that want you are here.
BRING THE CHILDREN. LET THEN LOOK AROUND.
Women's Coats for Winter Wear at $12.98
Monle Carlo Coat, mada from Washington Mills Kersey and lined
with good satin, has Inverted pleat In back, turn down or storm collar, all
silk trimming across bust, black, tan castor, royal and red. 32 Inches
long. A garment fully worth 3 Five Dollar Gold Pieces. . n
Priced for only $ 1 2.98
Women's Monte Carlo Coats at $10
27 inches long, double Inserted, pleated back, box front. A stylish
garment, made from wool kersey, black, blue and castor. .
Priced at ." $Q
Floor Coverings in First Quality Oil Cloth
All widths, numerous designs, clean cut patterns, light to dark color
ings, 25c, 30c, 38c and 40c a square yard.
Oil Cloth Stove Rugs, size 4x4, 40c; size 5x4, 65c; size 6x4 90c;
size 8x4, $1.45.
Theodore Haviland's China
A good time to buy new Chinaware is now, everything new. Your
Thanksgiving dinner will be more replete In its setting if, perchance, a
100-plece Set, selected from six pretty designs of this hand- jj-,
some line, graces your table. Specially priced at, a set $25
r " " " Tr""""" " "" ""' " - . .. . 11 . mmmmm 1
of Denver, Colorado.
50 Cents a Share
This Is a irgltimatfi mining enterprise.
A dividend payinE mine, owned In fco
f-lmple by the company and located on
Hobtnll Hill in the heart of tho famous
Gold Belt of Gilpin county, Colorado.
Stock can bo bought on -the monthly pay
ment plan. Subscribers can pay 10 per
rent, rash and 10 per crnt. u month till
tho stock Is paid for
For further Information, call on or ad
dress CHABLES D. SANDEBSON,
136 Wyoming Avenue.
Spencer Trask & Co.
27 & 29 Pine Street, New York
Members New York Stock Exchange.
Na 57 Broadway, New York City.
UCMDEnS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANOE.
STOCKS.BONDS and INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago. Nov. lO.-Cattlo-nerelpts, ::,
000, Including 1,000 westerns: lOalJc. lower;
food ton rime steers, Jiia7.05: poor to me
dium, $j.ia5.7r: stockers nnd feeders, 12a
4.63: cows. $1.13: helfors, $L'a5.U5; canncrs,
Sl.10a2.-10: bulls. $2a4.Wj calves, $8a7; Tosns
fed stcors, $3a4; western steers, $X50oa.'Jd.
Hops Kecelpts, 42,000: tomorrow, ,
000: left over, 5.000; SalOc. lower; mixed
and butchers, $5.93ni.40; good to chulco
heavy, Jij.KOaU.&o: rough heavy, $iia6.2.;
liRht, $8atl.K; bulk of sales. S6.15afl.25,
Sheep Receipts. 22.000; sheep and lambs,
steady; lambs, 15u25e. hlghqr: good to
eholco wethers. $3..rp0a4.10; choice mixed,
$2.Wa3.G0; natlvo lambs, fcl.50a3.40.
Buffalo Xivo Stock Market.
East Buffalo. Nov. lO.-Cattle-Kecclpts,
230; steady: prlmo steers. $ua.M; shipping
steers, $5.23ari.73; butcher.' steers, $ln3;
hoJfers, $3.2.al.7:i cows. W.Elal; ennnors,
$1.50a2; bulls, $2.50al: foedors, $3.73al.W:
stocUers, j;t.25al; stock heifers, $2.23aa.
Veal3-$3.0uaS.3u. , , ,
lloss Hecelpts, U.500; Yorkers and pips,
10c, hlchur; others steady, 5ii.40aU.KJ:
mixed, Jti.40aC.93; Yorkers, $ti.20aG.:jj; plBS,
jii.23uC.arr, roimhs, $3.)afl; stags. J3.'io.3o.
Sheep and I.ambB-Heeclpts, n.ooo; sheep
steady; lambs strong. 10c. higher: top
lambs, 3a5.15: culls to t'ojd. J3.7Jti4.yo;
yearlings, $.'Ua3.73; ewes, $3a3.2.i: sheep,
to mixed, $3.loa3.'.'3; culls to good. Jl.ua
Oil City, Nov. J9.-Credlt balances, 130;
no sales; shipments, 134.503 barrels; aver
age, W.lia barrels; runs, 9i,02$ barrels;
avorage, 73,313 barrels.
D., I. & W. BOABD.
Following Is the make-up of th
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board tor today: '
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19.
Extras East 7.30 p. in., I.abar; 9.30 p.
m.. Bush; 12 midnight, Mosler.
Summits 7 p. m., M. Glnley (east); 10
p. in,, J. J. Jlurray (west).
Extras West 7 p. in., Kctchum; 10 p.
THURSDAY, NOV. 20.
Extras East 1.45 a, m.. SUplcs; 'J.30
a. m., l.ougliuey; 5 a, m., S waits; 7 a. m.,
I Big I Nf , store
f ALJ Buy a stove made hundreds of miles away, when you can buy
I VV n SCRANTON STOVES at Foundry Prices. You can get repairs at
C any time on home-made Stoves.
S Parlor Stoves from $5.00 and Upwards
Ranges (6 Boiler Holes),
Sold at same price as at Foundry by
FOOTE cZ FULLER CO., WILLIAM
140-142 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
UNION CASH STORE,
Dolierly; 9 a. m Carney; 11 n. m Ilar
tholomew; 1 p. m nishlug; a p. m., Lati
mer; 5 p. m., Million with .MeUine's crow.
Summits 0 a. m Kruunlulkur (west);
6 a. m.. Carrigg (east); s a. in,, Nichols
(west); 11 a. m., Cloldon (west); 2 p. in.,
Thompson (west); 3 p. in., Ilonnlgan
1'ushers 2.30 n. in,, C. Tiartholomow
(west); 7 a. in., WMner (west); 7 a. m.,
Fluerty (west); S a, m., Ilousor (cast);
11.45 n. m., aioran (east); 1 p. m., Mo
Donnell (west): 7.30 p. m., Murphy (east);
9 p. m,, W. II, Bartholomew (east).
Helpers 1 a. m.. Magovem; 7 a. m.,
Ouitnoy; 10 a. m Secor; 3.15 p, m., Stan
ton, Extras AVest-Thlrd 51, Ilnlchrorrt; 3.S0
a. in., l.ano; 5 u. m., Castner; 7.30 a, m
Noouoi); 9 a. m., Kit by (Ilullstead); 11 a,
m., I'eel; 12 noon, John Gnhngan (Hall
stead); 1 p. m., Klngslcy; 3 p. in., Den
nis. They Pay the User.
If you wish a halt-tone or line cut,
let the Scranton Tribune make it for
you. Our equipment tor this work la
complete and up-to-date. We have
facilities for. doing tho finest sort of
work at lowest, prices and what's more,
we uo It. A trial order will convince
Misses' and Women's Honte Carlo Coats at $7.98
A very fashionable coat, has Inverted pleat In back, velvet collar.
Trimmings are rich velvet, black, blue and castor. ,.
Priced at $7.98
A $5 Cape for Women
30-inch SALT PLUSH CAPE, richly trimmed with braid;
lined and Interlined, edged with bear fur. Priced at $5
Women's $15.00 Broadcloth Suits
Trimmed with braid and satin. Blouse lined with good Taffeta.
Skirt lined vlth Nearsilk lining. A leader among the very
many good numbers we're showing. Priced at $15
The printed kind, high-gr.adq quality. We've three grades
Style E quality is 50c a yard
Style D quality is 60c a yard
Style C quality is 70c a yard
Women s Shoes for $3 a Pair
A value that is rich in its union of comfort, style and service. Made
from Box Calf and Dongola, rope stitched, lace shoe. This is the place
where all who appreciate style come for their footwear.
At a pair $3.00
Stoves at Wholesale
J. .J. . .j. .$. .J. .;. .. .j. .. . . 4. .. 4.
There Is Nothing
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f Vrf 9 f"
Ehrefs Slag Roofing.
J WARREN-EHRET COMPANY, j
J 321 WASHINGTON AVE.
! ' !' J,,I"
Do You Want $20.00 7
If you t1o, -sec full particulars as to how jm
to jret tlient, 011 paire 4,
Tho last days of tho moving pic
turo exhibition, Special numbers on
tirogrommo. Little Red Riding Hood.
10 and 11 a. 111., and 2, 3 and 4
$10.00 and Opitfards
C HAP ELL,
A. J. HOWLEY,
OH NORTH WASHINTON AVENUE.
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Just as Good asi
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