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licut Moc-I: Companion re-prcsentcd. I nrgs
.jihh esj idull) feullcltcd. Iclepliono iS(,:i.
Hon i A Watics is in HaiilrbutK.
John Spiuks, ji , of Jlonisdale, was in
Hon. John Kuhb.ieh, of Hoiurtlalp, was
in tins ilt Kteidav.
Miss Marsaret Walsh, of l'lleo stint,
hab retumid from a tilp to Xew "Voik
Mls.a Mollv HuRhes. of Dayton, O, is
tlio sucst of htr aunt, Mit. M. J. Itudil,
of Cedar a enue.
W O Alosor is sennusly 111 nt the homo
of his punnts Mr. and J!i. tJ. Monet, ot
Hatrv PrartH, iiiFseetor foi the I'an
uun Coal tonipiti), Is III at his homo
on Mousey avinue.
Mm Jennie I.uw l, fm niorlj tonnuly of.
lit tour-cent store, has aneptnl a sin:'
lar potiltlun vvlth Junas lons's Sons.
.Mr and Mr". K. .M. Cliikr. pf ('nil
lanU, JJ Y . who have been the guests of
Vlrs i: Hlutllnc, of HalMead Miiot, luvo
it tiiriit.i honnt
M J tjirkin, of T.nfavetto street, is en.
tertnlniiig John ArgiM. pruprlitui of the
Hammondpp'irt Wluo oompanj, of Hani.
mondsport. X Y
rrcdcrlck It Whlti, propileloi of tho
AVyomlng Iloute until It was tlciseil, la
la the clt iJiirtng last sumimr he ton
ducted the Murray Hill hotel In tlio Thuu.
I'l ofessur C H It Mllbi ir now loeJtcl
temporarily ut tJoilJinlili's It.izaur. Jio
lessor Miller is a composer o' llutit an 1
popular nii'sii. Tlie lln.-toii uinbi wavs
of him "Mr JIlllii's sppiultv is dame
nuislo and his , omisliloiis turn with
catchy nu'loille combined with tin light
swing and dash to set un s toes ilnn
llli(?" This posslblv hebt txpriM-is the
clasa or I'rotessor MllUr'n 1111111. I'm
fessoi Miller is aluo a good plumiit and
playb his composition tor the luiuilt of
thoso who favor him with a visit
Your nearest friend is
Our's is more than
usually friendly this sea
son. WATERS, THE HATTER
205 Lucka. Ave.
Apff'iV l-'opu liir Punch
' 's,J 1f ) '
HON. WM. CONNELL
Tcadcrcd by the Members of the Row
Ins Association Last Night.
NUMBER OP SPEECHES MADE
SriiMiil nfllip Sui-nUe-n iuc i:ii-i
slon to tho Si'iillnirut 'I'luit the
I'cnplo of l.uckiiwiltitni VV mild l.il.e
In Sec .tli. Council Apprniirlnlul)
lloiiorcit Willi tlio Itcpubliciin Vom
Itiiitiou lot Uiivornor -Comment
Mucin In .Hi. f onnull.
Se lantern's 'Clovc-i Club." Hip How
IliS tissue lutlnii, which full lv n-vels lit
It- vclf-coiiFtltlltul Uee'iie- to do us It
pliats unil to let tin- wot'il think what
It pluap an Iiiiik cis tli" asm lutloii
lues vhllt It believes Is uuKl' illul
tlRllt Kilp il eieilloil ii-nl Mlppfl 1'ist
tilaht 111 liiiliin of n?ie of ltn nioinbcl!',
Cunnti'tisiiiiiii William oim-ll. In Use
lanKUiiBi of all tlio iiMUiT-inniilTis
iluiincf tin Infui niul ue-tlml ol su-u'li-lll.il.lliu-
vvhle-h follow oil-the supper, the
occasion hai' no pnlltli il l';iiitle lure,
tail the (U'liclttln" assuti'l Its Iouk
iissiinieil rlRln an I t upturn to ulve vent
to political innvvR piayis. Jolu-s and
vvhttnot for Hit puipus- of htuiiniT it
stl'r talk unil would liicidentallv 1 I "He,
iipproe and leve-ie- lt.s hnnoivd iiirm-liei-ttui-Nt
ukoiiIIiik to his win th., vlilth
was Rreat. That is a brief epitome of
Utotnej, P W rielt and W. J.
Welsh, in theli speeches, imulf- einphat
II dec l.ir.itiotu Hut the as'iielatlen and
people of tin ells ui'tl countv would
like to hee Mr. I'onnell nppi opi lately
liunnlL'1 with the next Itepnlilliau iiom
Inntlon fo- i;oeii.oi. Mi. Ooiin'll
made no teplv while it tin. tabic, but
later he did mnk .some conimeiit nh'n
tin luitdtiil was leniatked to him b.
ot.e of U KU'llfi of fllelliH ill the l)(ll--loir.
His won's wot. In substance, as
t appm late tile hollo"
of sin h sen
timents ftom fellow towusim il. The
ffcoinor of l' niisylviinl.t should lie a
icpteotitatle of the nenpk. a man
fp'c fiom undue nlliittn- fiom jnily
leid"is or pat t." tactions, he should be
thoioiuhb li'ihiicniier.t In his pveiy
little and cieat obligation as chief e
.putlc. ti 'ill. nlinv all, fin fiom any
li'llueiic" otle r thin thnl which would
encouiaBc Hie bet intiiest of the lu
hoiliiK mail as wil! as ic.a capitalist,
the pour as will an the ih h In a wind,
he 'hould be a i otictentloUiS seivunt
of tin' w hi !e 1 CO I "
P'om s until 't.ir, o'clock Mr. t'ounell
with the coiiunitt. o whldi iiiiaiiKcl
Hi'- nfii.ir icieheii the members and
csueMs ,11 the pulor on the lll.st llooi.
Tie lii so aiuMtmeiit had be n ireiier
uiil Heated b the lloii'.t with pot toil
paliii", feins and oth'f tiopleal plants.
In the llnlinr mora on the nevt lloor
cbove. liauei'ii oichestia was stationed
ml plioeil dining tin liteptinu and
i uppi '".
The slipper table oxtemled nloiiK the
i wo shits and front of the room. Mr.
Ci.nrtll mil M. W. iovviv. piesideut
the ns.oriatl'-i', and otlicir, oct u-
phd "eats fat In the onenhur of tlio
'Mime. Th siipnei was a llglit una
dalntv lot ast vvtll vni'il bv Hanlej.
nicsr at Tin: taum:.
At the table weie the i onimlttce. M.
W l.ovvry, chaiiman; A . &. Millar,
.1- hi M. Keninirior, Colriu 1 H. A Coiir
tfii, Thomas Vlitctort. C. I' Matthews
and d chirp Mill 1 ell and Hk- follow Ins
w mbeis and guests
W. J. Welsh, A P. Hedfi'id. Jnmi
Young. Dunnioie, r. M. Illshop, nun
more, .1. M. Chitnriden ji , J. H. Otif
tln. S W Knbeits, S. I lVnnfl. A. U.
rrancols, C S. .lacol s, H. H. Kelfei. M.
I 1'Tne. J. J. Williams, c H. 1'iyor. J
S McAnulU.C H. Clilttuiden, Oavld J.
Davis, Myion Kassou It. H. I'pninaii,
P. E. Melss. A M White, II II. Coston,
1). 12. Athtiton, C. i:. Hill, T.
r Penman. V Ij Helivvoiid, P.
W. Kleltz. J. .M Jon's. I'lltston;
It. D. Williams. C. W. Matthews,
A I!. Win man, Hon Alex. T Connell,
Jam s II. Tnuu, C. 1.. Ulflln, 11. C.
P.uideisoii, Thomas Alibi ev. W. I..
Pair, obpluint. W A KemmPier,
James Molr. Mither K'lkr. l A Ilar
ntt, J II Jut dan, W. K. JColler, II.
A CouiM'ii, John II. Pheliw. M II.
Halt. T. II. Dale, O. J. Uewellyn. West
PIttton A laige lPiuesontation of the
numb i ship of slxtv-ilve.
Pu.sident Low iv pit sided dining tlie
pel iml of speeih-maklng, whlih he
op 'ii, m1 bv a teftiience to the associa
tion's twelltj-llv cais of el.-UlUe.
the past occasions wheioln It had fetnl
meinbiis tlevated to prItiunH of tiusl
and liontu and the piesent event. In
whli li ifiognitlou and esfem weie be
stowed on Congressman Connell. a
number who had most iceentl been
selectnl to orcup one of the most le
spuiiblblc posts In tin gifts of the peo
ple Th- occasion was suggested b
mil) tin- vvoi tli of him In whose honor
It was given Mi. l.mviy then nu
nuiuiLed Mi Cumuli.
A UVIU.Y OltKr.TINO
A shout ot Inilghter and ovidei.cp ol
good liuinui Bii'tted Mr. Council when
he addi.scl the gatheilng as Mr.
Piesideut, geiillenien and fellow mvv
uis" lint tin- lighter .spll it soon gave
vn) to sober thought when Alt. Count 11
began a illstusslon ot the Impoitaut
uatltiiial questions that would soon oc
cupy the attention of cougu'ss and the
pobltlon that he would assumo lc their
Th" nppioachlng sofculc'.i nt congicss,
he balit, would be cine of tho most ciltl
cnl atitl linpoitant In ilt history. A
question of srea' niiimclH would he
that of llnmiiv. Ilo tlpploi -d the jiast .
Juggling of the cunency atitl legielted
tlint It tnliclit be ondnngeiPil by the
future tllsmfii cements of silver and other
advocates. Personally, tip hoped to sen ,
nnd believed his poiibtltucnev wished
him to suppott the Idea ot i taking
fluaiue out of politics and relegating
It to a nun-p.it tlsan toinmlsslou of
nun who Iiiivp made It a life-long r
study, th-'ii it toniiueiidations to lie
mad to congic'ss. ,
The Piiilt'iatltui quostlon. Mi Cou
ncil thought, vas one ot tlio gt cat est
problems the I'nlted States had to fut e
and settle He wanted to be llbual In
his vIpws, but btllc-ved tlio time had
come to i lone the uatps against the
tlood of undpslrablc ami pnupei eml-
Biants. Mr. Cleveland had vetoed ono
eiulgintlon bill, but nthiiH would In
llitiodutid In congicss and he would
suppoit that which piotected home
labol He did not believe In fcueigu
conilieltlloii. It uiu V'ciy thailtuble to
piotect and be ihiirlluble to one's
nelghbtns, lull not nt the expense of
one's own famll)
He hud li aid of a ciowd of twnt
loielgners vvho dining tin. last tlenion
lefused to voto and wont home fi m
the jiolls because each could not gel $1
for his vote This vvn n sample of
some foreigners' ltjta uf franchise, and
when it was held bo cheaply he favored
n tax, almost a prohibiten)' tax on ml-
Rrntluii When the American people
iriill7( what tlttlr fiftiithlsn cost the
otialit to have some concetitlnn nf Its
value nnd piotec t it.
Mt I'linnell bfllcv'd tlio imitation of
tin' tutlff, which iiii5ettled ttaile nnd
put Ametlian initnufiu tutei.s unil In
boieis at a disadvantage should be
settled hv the siline i'MPial mentm that
he hud nientloni'd coticernlnu' the cur
lelii v Xelthei was a political illes
tlon A quiilllli'il commission should
innki HiiRBHStloiiH to cuiiRiPss and i on
Krc" should pav heed to It.
As to tin pioposed annexation of
Hawaii, hi was not clear as to what
position he would assume; It was mil
tin spit II of the constitution to ac
quit e new teultoi.v. hut It did apptoV
protictlnif out own, and he believed
the fulled Htatc needed ii maritime
station In the I'aelih'
Mr Council's miuuUs on Cuba weie
incited with u loud buisl ot applaiwe,
with whli li tin Kuthctln? hud been
Selieiou.! frlll'i' he begun Ills speech.
II a vote vv re taken now In coukuss
in hail been taken It would be ovut
whehnliiklv In favor of acconlliiK
In lllm'ieiu j. He was not positive ton
comliiB the Intel nalloiial ciufsllotis In
volved, but he did know that fiom n
huiiiaue standpoint some powei oiiRht
to halt the indlRliltles, toituie and sut
tetinir heaped upon a down-trodden
and llheltv-lovlliK; peord. He felt flee,
on thos-e Ktounds, to nfllrtn any legls
lntlmi tow aid rccoKiilzliiK Cuba'n In
ilepi ndenie, if the question came up
In the appioachinir cohbicss he did not
doubt tha the matter would hi taken
ut ol the hands of the president. Mr.
t'ounell would favor It
' Last but not leapt," he com hided,
"thcie should he erected In Ibis ilty u
iiiununu nt of memoiy to and In honui
of the intintv'H tli ad suldle's. Its nb
Hence Is a displace to Lutkawaiina
count'. Little towns and small t unti
tles inve paid lastiiiR tribute to tlie
nun who "avd for us what Washing
ton and the Continentals gave us. Il
may not be in older, but I shnll take
the llbeit of sui'gestlnir that It would
n..t be a bid Idea for the Suunton
llovvlnir asoi Intlnn to lo-operate with
the veterans' oriranlz.it Ions to uveilast
lnul honor the men who gave, up their
lives foi their counti.v." After thank
ing the association tor its reception he
seated hlmselt nnd lecolvtil an out
buist ol" plaudit-.
Aldeiman W. K Millar. .1. M. Kein
mcier, Seleit Countllmau O. i'. Chll
tenden, tii ol ftc Mitchell, James II
Toney. W J. Welsh and T W. Fleif.
weie heaul from befoie the atfalr ond
nl Mi Ktiumeier. who was Intlodiucd
as alt ex-pifsldeiit of the boaul of
tiade and a repie-entatlve ot Hie t Ity's
Industilal intcu'sts, gave eMuc-slon to
a most lilting compliment which was
utf-r endorsed bv .Mi. Tone.v The for
mu. aftet lemarklng upon Mt. Con
nells icadlness and lnunlfkcnce in
aiding tin iit.v's commcicial giMWth.
said lie had bieu Miny to see him chos
en tu iiolltlcal stivlce. He had feaifd
thai Sunnlon woitlil Htiffei from the
nbsmto of Mr Connell's gloat genet -nslty
and aid to snuggling industiles
and fiom the absent e of his peculiar
business aciumen and f.uslghtodness.
It Suaiitin was to be the loser the
tountiv would be the gainer and thai
fait mitigated Mr Kerninc'teiM ngiots.
mi:. km:!T5C' i:i:mai:kh.
In tin couiic ol hU unnrk--, Mi.
-,. .. .(1
I u cord it a meat prlvili'e and a IilMi
lienor that 1, the jtii'ligtst munbti, in
loim of timi In tills organization, should
be iikel to nu.ke a tew lemuiks on this
happy occasion. It Is nlva.s will for us
to pulse In oui basv lives to eMinil tie
nr.lif liniid of ftllnvvslilp. and to offt r our
coiirititul itlons to thot wilh .vhom m
an ashoiialid and In whosi aueeess we
all lejoiii It Indicates the bro.idiu'-s
of moil that tl ey tin inut on occasion-,
ill'., this and laj aslib all the ilvalrv of
polliip, an 1 ineel'iipnil tilt comninn level
ot huni'.nil.v. Ami It sptals well toi this
organisation mil its mi nib-1 ship that
111, se occasions ore not ftw. nor Mr bo
tnts.li. It shows that we numlx r among
our larks tin- kind ot men whom nn ll.
tellgtut people ate kind to htinm, and It
shows fuithi l that no niattu what om
ppi-omit liroft it n mav have bitn, or
whit mu have been oui political nlllll.i
tlom, wt it Join In He piosptilty an.t
sin i ss of our follow niembeis
While our fib nils iii- with us in the
Mesh mill wr cm gias-p their 1. anils and
look Into their o.ws. Is the tlnn. for
wonlsof appieilatiunai.d nltecllon. I lmo
listened with gu.it pliasiie to what has
bun slid In cc mnicudatlon of our liun
(ii 1. 1 guest. Air. Count P. and OpsIh to
sav that I hraitlly i niluis-e all ot p. V hllp
ih! people of I. ickawami? countv have
set ii lit to honor .Mr. Coma II with this
high olllct to pi i form tin dulle" ot v.liii li
lie is about lo taki his dtp.irrui", by suu
a miigiilllcent linlorlt) as lo piuitlialiv
inak' It mi inlmous, Wt know thai on his
pan ho l honoilng us and them bv sai
illliing Ills time, comfort and peiMinul
Intutsts In aeicptlm. It.
His long and valid espriliiiee In this
countv. his tloe I'lentllliatlriii with its
iluustiles and its people pre eniliimtly
lit him for tho e nicer noon width he Is
Ji.st entciing While his stilling cpiall
tlis as a Chilstian i-entleinan ale tlie
lust assuiancts of his honisij ind Inte.r
ilt. In tnnclusloii I iUiie to sa, while
lids tint) spetds his pirtiug with tongrit
illations and best wlshis we will welcome
his leturn to our inldsi wltli Jo, n rm In
tlie trust and leller that Hip nei.' lutui'i
holds til stole for him, mid tliiough him
fm i his county, and thb gicit coinnion
wejlth, other and biahcr pullthal honois.
Ml. Connell will be present when
tongitbs leotiens next week
The ofllcers of the Ptianton ltnwlng
association arc Piesideut Al. W.
howiy: vlcp-ptesldent. W. J Welsh;
ttcasiiiPi. A. P. Hedfoid secietaiy, C.
H, Peiinmtr, mananei. Frederick Con
nell, each of whom and the loltowlng
Is n dlrettoi O. Al. Watson. It. U.
Ppimian and C. AV. Uunstei.
Of luteri'st to Ilii'vcliKts and tho Pub
lic in (U'iipiiiI.
Mr W W. Carr, of the Spalding
lilt) ile fai'totv. will be at C Al
Flmey's. u'-- W) onilng avenue,
Wcdnebday afteino'ii and eveniiiK
with a lunpltte Hue of the Spalding
Hli.vele, itn ludlng the mut h-talkcd
about chaltilit.s. f, n your lnsptetlon.
Call and see the I.eadti for lSOs
44..4444-f-f 4 444- - -r-f f-M--
SCRANTON CASH STORE I
CONCERT OF SEASON
The Society Scored a I! Ik Success Last
Nlghl at the Lyceum.
GODARD'S SYMPHONY I'LAYOD
Tlio I'lrst Otrlii'itriil Niniibei I las
cer Ilecii Surpaiipil in tlio Work
ol tlio Soeletj--Tlie Closing Allegro
llntlirnllrtl the i:nr--l,iuno Work ol
.lis Itosa Kociiipt'l Jlel with tin
iiaalllied Approial--.Mis Timber
mail In Kxeullont oice.
The Hvmphonv snolety scnicd an
other gieat mu t ess last night 111 its
flr-t coucci r of the s( nsun at the Ly
ceum theatie. The uutlletice was large,
yet not us laige as the hum It of tlie
event demanded Miuh had been ex
pected ol the on lustl.il woik. but few.
even of the most tilthal llstcneis, weie
prep.lt cd for the Milendld piogiess of
the perfoiincrs nnd the supeili icsults
of their long and wearisome labois.
That in Uulr estimation the delight
of pursuing ait Is u happy lew aril, is
proved by theli devotion through man)
dlpcouiageinents and through months
of wattllice. Partltulaily Is this true
of Air. Henibci. r, who possesses the
Inspiration nnd the teinpeiament to
hold In a loval, earnest bund these tal
It would be a gtent Ju to hear such
music ns that of last evening fiom any
oichestia. but to have mingled with
the aesthetic pleasuie a tllstlnet plldo
In the local organization, Is to glvi the
public nppeaiaiuis of our .Svtnphony
.society a uuliiiie place In the heaits of
our t Itlcns
It is a gieat piiv that Hcranton audi
ences ale in piovoiblallv cold ill out
watd denionstinlloii of appreciation,
but It was a lad that lust night an
unusual amount of applause was heaid.
tlotlaid's Svniphony (lolhlque. Hip
llit otchcstial number, has never been
siupas.seil lu the weak ol the society
Th" mrijestb theme of the Alaestosi
movement was lnteipittcd vvith gieat
Intelligence, the beautiful hiuniony tt
peatlug Its ehaiiuing nintlvn Into tho
swell of cathedial music, fiom this
were giacefull) drawn the blight pl.l
catto passages piodtieliig an exception
ally billllnnt eft pet.
The wood liisliuinetits in huci ceding
Intel nie.o gave a lovely pastoral
touch to the subject, while the noble
theme In the thlid movement nddud a
dignity to the gi.tetful measuie. So
lapldly did one movement tollovv tin
other In this composition that the
beaut v of the piesto was spaicelv ie
alled before Hie stiaiige intilcote col
let Hon oi hat monies In the closing ul-
lcgio entlualled the cai.
The next oic'i'isti-a niimbp". was one
of Air. lit nibpi gei's own toniposllloii.
a ' Suite liotliiue." in tliice niove
nieiitM lot the suing". It contained
elemenls ol unusual lullliance and
force mid through It was wi ought out
a ilih and tusoinatln: theme. One of
tlie leatuies ot this number vva the
brief "cello solo b.v All Thomas P.ip
patd, of Wilkes-Hat ic. whose woik has
long since elicited uniiinlliled praise.
The n-Vhtiial vvler I "Dance of the
Dead." bv Saint -S.'iei.s gave oppoitu
nitv lor niuih elaboration of detailed
cITe' t b) the oieliestra. It Is not a
plcisiug theme, but the composition is
one of guat vigor and attractiveness.
While there ate natutally gipwsi me
chords tlieip was nlo an IneMillcalile
gi.ite nnd beautv i.'i Hit l outlet inc of
the dame nui'Ic at vat Ions peilods lasi
evening. Again Hip eareiul training of
th" wood-winds was evident near the
clop. While tho shuddci of Hip a Io
llnr at lids point was given with diam
pi.ayi:d iiy i:i:qim:.st.
Th" hist nunibfr ins the oveitute to
riotow's "Stradclli ' a favoilte with'
the Symphony audiences and pin) ml
by ipeiuest on tills occasion. It was
pnlMbly the one btsl liked by the
Allts Itosa Kotinpel met with uniual
llu d approval In her piano work Her
"elections weie not at nil of the rat-tletv-bang
ordei and possibly may li ive
disappointed some llstcneis owing to
tins fact, but Hay weie all given vvlth
the Intel pi "tat Ion of nn .ntNt and the
technique of th" music Ian of the best
sclioolh. Hi i undtilug of the Weber
Coneeito whb the ouh"stra was le-."Ivc-tl
with iiuicli nppl.ui'-e.
The sweit pastoiali lollov ed bv the
I'lamatlc climax was except lomilly well
Intel preted Horile.ii piesentatlon of
the lowly pathftle theme leading to
the tine climax was ho unit It appiecl
atec1 that a repetition of this ponl-m
of the number "as heaul with add"' '
enjoyment aft' r Insistent tneoies. Sh
id iv ed Se I'uin.inn's "At V.v nllig" snul
lullv, following with Wiasson'h adapta
tion of Wagner's "Dh VVnlkuiv," th"
last scene of act 111. As an eiicoie sh-
gave the dieainv beaiull'il ' .Splniuiln '
Alls Timlin innn who U heaul In
this city tar loo seldom, was In excel
lent voice and gave with lino dramatic
effect the ice Itailvo and tula trom
ITatidel'rt uiatoilo Semele. Her lleli
coiittalto was afforded excellent scope
In this silt'itlon but the oit'lie.sti.itiiin
was rather heavy even tor her power
ful cimtialto. As an onieuc. hhe icn
deied at tlstli ally and with feellni,
"Tho Last Choid."
Air Ilembeiget was owi whelmed w It).
congratulatlonH at the close of the ion
eert and both he anil his. oichesttn
have every leasmi to feel proud of the
opening ol llieii seiles of lonteits.
WAS CONSCIOUS FOR A AOMGNT.
Itut Not IiOtiK i;uoiii;li tei Tell Mho
' Anthony, ritv," tho ui.tii with the
True tut e-il Hktill. iv ho 1mm been unc in. -?e
lous hIuco he fell ilovv 11 tho Hteti.i nt
tli "ojiio hoi8e. ?:iiuielny nlKlit.
avvuUe fiom lu Uimi' ysteitfav Imj
inouiili ti tttN t' ' "''' t np " tin.1
lltllPV IMlllMIU .It tlH Lni'lClUVllllllll lllih-
Then ho FitnU buiU liui'iihlltk and at
midnight lam uleht hl eunilltlein vvuk
vvoisu thuu It linn huen nt any juevluuii
Anthony Hiiutol. tho intluiit whose
hod Is next to Hint wiiero the- tinUitm. 11
niiin lies, lm takun a meat intcii-xt In
hl follow in mUf 01 tune.
Yestejuliiy aftet noon tho u.iknown
oiioiu'd his i-ye.v, ami Io'iltcd wlhllv
about him. Thrn ho tuw Snutel uu i
Kazecl vvoiiilc'iliiBl:'. an If he poulil 11 t
inaltp out vvhure ho was and how In
tt vvas the lli?t break of light In ove.
fifty Iiouib' iinconscioiiHiiogti. Bputcl
tiulikly siaHped tlio ojiportuiilty.
What Ih join nume'.'" lie nflttd, hall
a 1 i h 1 1 1 tr fiom Ills bed.
Tho man vvlth tho true tuied tdtull
looked bewlldetvd. His litis moved.
Anthony." he mild, vvlth an effort.
"Your hist name "' aekeil Sputel.
The to wan no aiiKntr.
' Where tin Jiitl live''"
'City,: murium ed the unknown.
Tliuii hi I'Vollds fell and he agnln
lapsed Into insensibility. Spiitcl, when
telling of the Incident to The Ttlbutic
u porter Inst night, said that the man
was conscious for only u minute. "Hci
never spoke aftet that." said Hputel,
No pet son cuIIpiI nt the hospital yes
toidny to Identify the unknown.
JOURNAL TIIIEI' HELD IN BAIL.
.11 r. .Siiplelpr, tin; Agent, Stntes Tlint
tho Thelt Was Dcllliciatc.
Havetal Holsoik. the man aripstrtl
for .stealing it biintlle of Now Yolk Jour
nals, was plaeed lltidtl- t"W) ball by
Alayor Italic) vestenlny. He furnish
ed the speurltv and was lcleascd
All. Snehlei, the agent fen Ihe t'nlteel
Hsiueps tompanv. who has thaige of
the oMiiess packages on the Peikvllle
line, stated yesteida) that Holsoek de
llbeiatilv rtole the package fiom the
seat. Air. Snelder was watching the
fellow fiom the outside of the rni. and
when Holsoek tiled to leave the fir ho
had him urtestpd The man will be
nc'tlvelv prosecuted. Thele has been a
good deal of pett) thieving by pauson
gpt.s un some of the llollev lines anil
the .Soi.inton Itnlhuiy tompati) pro
pufi s to bleak It up
NOKMAL SCHOOL TOUR.
Principal Welsh Will Tnl.e a I'nrtv nl
stuileiits to VV aslilnglon.
J. P Welsh, ptlntipal of the Hlneims
luiig Normal si liool. Is at ranging to
take u patt) of students of the pchool
to Washington I). C . the week of Dec.
1.!. The) will leave Uroomshuig .Mon
day iiioiulng of thut week, and leturn
on Fi Ida.v cv nlng The cost of the
I ti lp will be til 7R This Includes all
ntcessai) exptnses; namel) . lallioad
fate, hotel charges, and transput tatlon
ot baggage between the hotel and rail
road .station. It also Includes a tilp to
Alt Vernon, the home of Washington
with ndmMsloii to thegiouuds It dues
not Include stieet car fare
Pltitt'osnr Welsh will lie assisted in
the iiintluit of the pait) b) tcaeheis
and otheis. and Hip name meisight of
the students vlll be PNcldsetl as at
the school The eKetilslon will bo open
to nil students, graduates and foi met
and prispoitlve students of the school.
A limited numb, i ol special it lends of
tiie st hoot may also be admitted
I.jm )ear i uitmbi i of students ie
eeived the tilp u.s a Cliilstnius pirs-i-nt
fituti thcfi paients
A SlO.OnO DAMAfili SUIT.
.Mrs. 1. .1. Mulsh ( iniius to Have
Ileen Injured in n t'ollision.
iVHrlen & Kelly vcsteidav Instituted
a $10 00u dnniaup fult asainM the Kc ran
tnii thiilvvav compTiiv TIipv ai e act
Inir for P. .1. Walsh and his wife Alice
Walsh of Aim sl
Mm al"li was a ptsstiiKPi on out
of the iomp,in)s e.ns hlcli c ncle,l
vvlth another at tin "dip" undei the
Delaware and Hudson Hacks In Moaslc
Hundiu, Ktl.. Ii,, IS'it .She i liilnis that
she was ihiiiwn uill and inluied pel -n
am ml) i'i liei UacU The husband
ni.s tui loys ol his uifoH set viee.s.
Steam IIcalni'4 and Pliimlnim.
V. F. i M. T. Hovvley, 231 Wyoming ave.
Coal --Coal --Coal.
Flist-class coal, eRB, .stove and chest
nut. dellvcied any v; here lu the fit) of
4,000 pound lots at $2m per net ton.
Dellvcied In Uunmore ut $2.r0. a.
Moweiy, Dunmore, telephone -1673.
A gentleman, wife and child S vears
old, want the comforts of a home In a
j-trlctlv prlvatf fnmlly. Must be In a
good locality. WIlliiiK to pay foi com
fort.". Addie.ss care of Lock Uox 11 j.
Our Goods and Prices Welcome the Most Crit
ical inspection and Comparison.
Dado and fringe in a variety of colors, formerly
sold at $2.50, now only $1.80 Pair
An extra heavy and wider one, regular price $3.75,
at $2.75 Pair
Double iaced effect in several shades, price now
per pair $2.00
Beautiful Silk Damask Effect at.. 3.00
Chenille Table Covers
vSpecial lot Chenille Table Coers, i yards r.qware,
choice designs, worth 95c. each. Price while 1 his lot
lasts only 70c. Pillow Sham Holders 19c each.
4. . 4. -f 4-4 -f 4-4--"f-f-f 4 - -f 4 4- -f
ry J. Collins, Lt., Lac,a. Avc
HLOIET OIL Hi
I II to 1 ID Mtriiliuii Mrt-ci,tiiiiitoii, lu 'U-iephono .Ills-,
I to 1 ID Mtruhiiu M
m mm oils.
PAINT DP.I'AKTMBNT-I.lnecil Oil, 'lurieutlu. Wliltu Uu 1. t'oi rl.r, 1'ilo.
V.ituUli, lirjern, Japan uiiilrthliivlDblulu.
LOOKS go a good way in chtlus,
Wear goes further. You
get both here nt a low price '
when you buy the Anti Rain
Waterproof Suits and
Pine lndUu nine, liuinui l.llleil,
Stonn t'ollir. (ioo-l Length, ltegulatlon
Actual value $14.00,
Cash Price $9.98.
Mldillis. nice, All Wim.I Pl.iiiiu 1 Lt'S
ulittloii St.vl", Stn ng Ph, Id is P. rfe t Kit
and Nice Qiuillt).
Actual value $14.00,
Cash Price $9.98.
Why should thev be, when
on can get
SCOTCH KNIT GLOVES
ithu ri:al rinvi
l-'or ,"()( lo !S1.."jO per pair, in
men's sie. Bovs', fiom '2.1c up.
We ai e showing a l.u ge assoi tnient.
BRQNSON k IllLLli,
Hatters anl Fumishsrs,
f 12 Spruce Street.
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8,
IncluJIns tho palnloss 0Ttraftmi;o!
tittU by an entiiolv nu proiMj.
5. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
J2i Spruce St , Opp. Hotel Jenn n
I.owet Prices in
Hats and Furnish
The Boys for
11 you are going to take them
out to dinner, is a pleasuie
when you have bought their
clothing from our handsome
and perfect-fitting stock ot
Boys' and Cluldien's Clothing
We have an up-to-date stock
of Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothing that we ate selling at
prices that will suipiiseyou.
3Z0 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton Pi.
Wholesale nnd Kctttll
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
Kcntly nixed Tinted Paints,
loiivciilpnt, lonmnlcnl, tiiirnb'es.
I'lottuclns 1'crft'tt Imltntlonof HxpoinWa
Raynolds' WooJ Ftnlsh,
i:iei'liiliy ticsignctl for Inililo Work.
Alnrble Floor Finish,
tun nMc nnd l)i Ips llulckty
Paint Varnish and Kal-
PURi LINSEED OIL AND TURP'HTIIE.
Take ad autage of this op
portunity. By doing so you
can go about it leisurely and
auy article will be reserved
for future delivery.
LIES' B GENTS NINES
in solid gold and filled cases,
at prices that will astonish.
in endless variety.
1 We carry all styles and
makes in clocks; sterling
' silverware in jewelry, and
toilet articles warranted and
I stamped by responsible
We invite you to call and
0S SPRUCE STRKHT.
Open evcultiK'i until aftui the holid.ijs.
J. W. GUERNSEY'S
Is the best place in the slate to buy
SOU CAN HUV Clll.AI'KK.
YOU CAN UUV ON HASY TI'.RIUS.
0U CAN I1UY lUnTt'.R INSTKUMUNTS
'J liuu at any other iilucc.
Don't fail to call and sec lor
205 Washington Avenue,
New Line of
FINE CUT GLASS
At prices lower than be
fore. Also a new line of
Glass Vases nj Jardiniers
Metropolitan China Hall,
1 10-142 "W.tsbiugton Avo.
In Black, Brown, Groan, Et3,,
Now on Sal?.
BELL & EEUH,
Hotel Jarmyn Hatters,