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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1896.
a SOUVENIR ALBUMS OF SCRANTON Photographic views of notable objects and parts of the city. Also pocket maps. All the desirable new books, And the standard old books, ' In the various bindings made. Staple and fancy stationery for social and business uses in large variety At NORTON'S, Book and Stationery Store. 321 Lackawanna Ave. HARD TO GET Good Oats on this crop. We have as good as any bod'. BUT. We still have OLD GLEAN OATS Higher iu price but really cheaper. I SCRANTON, OLVPHAHT. CAR83NDAUL HI Of COIHIIS. THE GENUINE Bare Ui Initial! a., B. CO. Imprint ed In Mch cigar. . GARNEY, BROWN & CO., MANUFACTURERS. COURT HOUSE SQ. DR. C. D. SHUMWAY. Diseases of the Lower Bowel a Specialty. 308 Washington. Ave., Opp. Tribune Building. OFFICE HOURS 9 T0l2, 2 TO 5. PERSONAL. Kdwaid Davldow, of New York, la In town on buwlnexa. Mrs. Kuth Knapp, of Madison uvenue, Is veiling in W'Hverly, X. Y. After a visit with Miss Kate Byrne, of farbondale, th .Missed MottUt, of tbla city, have relumed home. Miss KssIh M. Smith, of Bald Mount, In the guext of frhnd in Scran ton. Miss Kate Jennings, of New York, 1 the guest of Mrs. .Michael Kadden, of Jai'kson street. Miss Onion Shelley, of Olive street, Is entf-rtalntt MIsh Florence Hunt, of Square Top, Wyoming county. John M. Hocks, of Pittsburg, special gvnt for the Central Areident Insurance company, is in town on business. M'lss Illlian Mute Snover, of Battle Creek, la., will return home today after un extensive visit among- Hcranton friends. John D. Ward was called to Brooklyn yesterday by the death of his mother. He had but Just arrived home from his Eu ropean trip. Dr. Martha Smyth Everltt, ft graduate of the Women's .Medical college of Penn sylvania, registered in the office of Pro thonotary Pryor yesterday as a practic ing physii'ian. She will open an ottlce In this olty. A Great Surprise to the public, the fact that yesterday Rlgln watches were selling at Ilavidow Bros.' great auction sale at $2.2! and I2.7B. Never in the history of Scranton were watches of such excellent quality sold ut such prices. JoiD the Exrrrrtion to Canton vlu T.ehieh Valley railroad utid hear Major McKinley talk on the nlmey question. . Leuve Buffalo 6.35 a. m., arrive Chi cago 9.00 p. in., vlu Nickel Piute Road. ' Try Jordan's one-half minute stews. LADIES' BOX CALF SHOES. Our ladies' shoes for fall and winter 'wear are something new. They are made of a new lightweight material called "Box Calf," and we have them lu lace and button, with good heavy holes, so they can be worn without rubbers if necessary. Box calf will not wet through and Is besides, good and serviceable. These shoes are made with the new toe, which is very com fortable as well as stylish. We have these shoes in lace, extra high, for skating purposes. Te also carry a full line of them for misses aod chil dren, made up with the same style or toe. They are the best shoes for school that can be had. We have them in all sizes. - ' I 410 tPRUCB STREET. HE WESTON MILL CO CHUNK SPENCER TRIAL LIST FOR OCTOBER SESSIONS District Attorney Has Held Over a Nun bcr of Cases for December Tera. THEY COULD NOT BE REACHED NOW Oa the List Are One Hundred and NinetySii CaseiOnly One Judge Will Be ou the Beach and the Ses sion or the Court Hill Be Held in the Federal Building. District Attorney Jones has com pleted his trial list for the term of crim inal court which begins Oct. 12. Be cause only one Judge will be presiding during the coming term Mr. Jones de cided to hold u large number of cases over until ihe December sessions, as it would be impossible to reach them ut the coining term, when court will be Held ill Ihe Federal building. The list Is as follows: KIKST WKKK. MONliAY. 1. S-ldi-iiiuh Williams, assault and but- let ; Annie Walters, prox. 2. James Jennings,, assault and buttery; Martin I'uuiilngliaiu, pros, II. Michael i'hilbin, assault and battery; Patrick J. Philbin, pros. 4. Keuhcti Williams, assault and buttery; Margaret Hart, prox. Annie Mora ii. larceny and receiving; Mary Traeey. prox. ti. Jay Cobb, attempt at rape; Kllen Rob hills, prox. 7. Margaret Maloiie, nui Melons mischief; John Malone, pros. 5. Julia Corcoran, assault ulul battery; Ida Simpson, pros. . Margaret Ann "choonover. malicious mischief Catharine A. Hlchurdson, prox. lit. ltobeii Iavis. carrying concealed weapon; William T. Simpson, pros. 11. Ib'ihi-it I a vis. pointing pistol; Will- lam T. Simosoii, pros. 12. Mary Jane Stevenson, assault and but tery; Curu Hall, prox. I. 'l. Willlum Wall, larcejiy fund receiving; Louis H. Ayers, pros. II. W. 11. Creates, felonious wounding; William T. Simpson, pros. IS. l'niiiiett A. Hlsliop. eiulciiiK. etc., minor iViuules for liiiinorul purpose; Mrs. W. U. luiggan, tnox. TI'ESlAY. OCT. IX I'i. Martin Siipout. William Minor, lar ceny ami melting; Michael Hurl, pros. IT. Max Harnett. Michael luneiiblooin, larceny and receiving; Wllllutn T. I Simpson, pros. IX. .Anthony Koth. selling Ihiuor ullhoul license; Paul lumbar, pros. IH. I'aolo Torchio. selling Honor without li cense; Antonio Kroiieh. pros. I'o. Anthony Xaionke. aggravated assault and battery; Victor Chumhuskey, pros. 21. Malichl Malia, felonius wounding; John Kiboyne, pros. 22. Malich Alalia, selling liquor without It. cense; John Kllcoyne, pros. 22. John Malta, selling liquor without li cense; John Kllcoyne, pros. 24. John Malia, selling liquor on election day; John Kllcoyne, pros. 23. Annie Barrett, false pretences; F. B. Stark, pros. 2H. HcSry Stanton, assault and battery; Martha Baker, prox. 27. Henry Stanton, malicious mischief; Martha Baker, prox. 2$. Michael Kather. ussault and battery; Lucy Smith, prox. 29. Michael Nelson, assault and battery; Julius Moses, pros. 30. Prank tlill, Alton Hathaway, larceny and receiving; Harry A. Depew, pros. 21. John CalTney, fornication and bas tardy; Annie K. Stevenson, prox. 32. Michael Qiiinn, larceny and receiving; Simon Nimchiick, pros. X!. Henry Stanton, malicious mischief; Khoila Van Nun, prox. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 11. Mary Mehalka, assault und battery; Andrew Harwln. pros. Mary Mehalka. obstructing execution of legal process; Henry Dlerks, pros. Mary Mehalka. assault and battery upon public officer; Henry Uierks, pros. Frank Carroll, assault and battery; Josephine Iteua. Drox. Lawrence Semenzo. assault and but- tery; Mary Jane Wassa, prox. Lawrence Semenzo, obstructing execu tion or legal process; rjuwurd Aliin, pros. Frederick St. Decker, assault and bat tery: Thomas Phillips, pros. Slax Koehler, pointing pistol; Charlotte Marsuen, prox. Slaggle Conway, keeping bawdy house; William T. Simpson, pros. Daniel Farrell, larceny and receiving; Catharine Kallata, prox. (lertie West, keeping bawdy house: William T. Simpson, pros. James P. Kelly, pointing pistol; Ellen Henley, prox. John B. Thomas, malicious mischief; A. Shults, pros. Fred Kellerman, aggravated assault ami battery; Sarah Boland, prox. Daniel Heinsman, pointing pistol; C. H. .Miller, pros. David Walsh, assault and buttery; An. nie Walsh, prox. THURSDAY, OCT. 13. William Connolly, larceny and receiv ing; John Connolly, pros. George Harris, larceny and receiving; David K. Nicholas, pros. John Langan, assault and buttery; Florence Sullivan, prox. Fred Haefner, assault und battery; .Mary Tlce, prox. James Farrell, selling liquor without li cense; Seth Smith, pros. Edward Slundell, embezzlement; D. R. Thomas, pros. George Kallata, selling liquor on Sun day; Michael Wlltkowsky, pros. Joseph Torofski, ussault and battery; John Ofstrofskl, pros. Annie Hurwin, felonious wounding; Max Koehler, pros. James Farrell, selling liquor on Sun day; Seth Smith, pros. James Sheridan, assault and battery; Jacob Felt, pros. Adolph Bratty, assault and battery; Rose Souku, prox. Victor Williams, assault and battery; Kvan It. Jones, pros. P. H. McOever. assault nnd battery; Thomas McCalie, pros. A. R. Terwilllger, assault and buttery; Clara K. Terwilllger, prox. David Williams, larceny and receiving; Frank Robling, pros. John M. Albertson, assault and but tery: Andrew Conlin, pros. Frederick Phlnney, assault and but tery; Andrew Conlin, pros. Peter Patrick, assault and battery; James Kennedy, pros. John H. Urady, ussault and battery; Anthony Gallagher, pros. Stephen Yournpuw, assault and but tery; James Kennedy, pros. Slichael Scrap, ussault and battery; James Kennedy, pros. Sherebiah Knappen, assault und bat tery; Sarah D. Lee, prox. SATURDAY, OCT. 17. Charles Kellermun, desertion; Slary Kellerman. prox. Joseph Sliholka, surety; Andrew Hur win, pros. Peiruomelii Younesket, ullus Lucia. Schrnli, surety; Pauline Numiyutto, prox. Stephen Ponlock, surety; John Hilskv. pros. Patrick C. Connolly, desertion 'und surety; .lann Connolly, prox. Willlum Conner, surety; Frances Cou lters, prox. Jonathan Venison, surely; Slichael Ha Hz, pros. Patrick Sheridan, surety; Frank Mo Gee, pros. David Wulsh, surety: Annie Walsh, prox. Slichael SIcGarvey, surely; Mux liook elkump, pros, Patrick Corcoran, surety; Michael Krotky. pros. Brvuu Collins, surety; Catharine Col lins, prox. Stickullnu Klepaelo, surety; Alice Knl cliulskl, prox, Willlum Connolly, surety; John Con nolly, pros. William Kuddy, surety; Michael Krot ky. pros. Noea Joyce, surety; Alice Joyce, fcrox. Mux Koehler, surety Joseph Karoiine, pros. Slary Taylor, surety; August Kronse, Vro. Charles Lydon, surety; George Ferey, pros. Daniel Nelson, surety Mrs. Ellen Nel son, prox. Hugh Murray, surety; Stephen Jane, pros. Alunzo R. Terwilllger, desertion; Clara K. Terwilllger. prox. Albert Ollshllsky, surety; Ellas W. James, pros. Slichael Barnlck, surety; Andrew fltonko, pros. , n. Andrew 8tonko. surety; Slichael Bar nlck. pros. SECOND WEEK. MONDAY. OCT. . . William Walte, larceny and receiving; John K. Grimes, pros. S9. Edward Kolsky. larceny and recelv. lug; Thomas Crogan, pros. 100. F. H. Green, larceny and receiving; R. J. Edwards, pros. 101. George W. Arnold, larceny and receiv ing; Frank Brobal, pros. 102. Frederick Herman, larceny and re ceiving; Jacob Kiefer, pros, 103. William O'Hora, fornication and bas tardy; Slary O'Nell. jprox. 104. Hugh J. Rush, statutory burglary; Frank Robling, Jr., pros. 105. Slichael Cudden, statutory burglary; Frank Robling, Jr., pros. 106. John Farbe, Mlcola Cardaman, as sault and battery; John H. Williams, pros. 107. Adam Sadlusky, Slary Sadltisky. as sault and battery; Peter Chappel, pros. 108. Eugene Huff, statutory burglary; "A. H. Johnson, pros. 109. B-'nJamln Wilson, statutory buiy glary; W. H. Johnson, pros. Thomas Coyne, pros, as Coyne, pros. 111. Charles H. Warner, assault and bat tery; Slichael .McDonnell, pros. 112. Martin Lofius, assault and buttery; Bridget Kelly, prox. TUESDAY, OCT. 20. 112. Joseph Lahuskey. aiding prisoner to escape; Cassldy Duda. pros. 114. Mary Lahuskey, aiding prisoner to is cape; Cassidv Hilda, pros. 113. Slichael McGulre. larceny from per- son; .Martin Mcljiln, pros, llii. George I.. Cull, assault and buttery; Vernon G. Ludlow, pros. 117. Stephen .Maybe, assault and buttery; ,W H. Sundry, pros. US. Joseph Frunkitx. ussault und buttery; Antuiiette Simon, pros. 119. Slichael .eedek. malicious mischief; Joseph Summers, pros. 12i), William .limes, assault and battel y; Victoria Duhtrnax, pros. 121. Daniel Johnson, carrying concealed weapon; David l,ee, pros. 122. Frank Ludy, larceny and receiving; Frank Robling, Jr.. pros. 122. John Foetzko. selling liquor without license; William F. McHale, pros. 124. Cassle Smith, ussault und battery; Sarah Frye, prox. 123. Slichael Murphy, larceny by bailee; Mary Kelly, prox. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21. I2ii. Slax Koehler. malicious mischief; Jo seph Kurolin, pros. 127. Joseph Merlneski, assault and but tery; Junus McCunii. pros. 125. John Vonalones. larceny and receiv ing; Adam Sllklaskus, pros. 129. John .1. While, larceny and receiv ing; Adolph Schwai'iing. pros, I'M. John Thlsko. Alexander Thisko. Peter Imlsky. Joseph Schiiliz. SVIudisluw Wouavlls, Frank I'erkuvlls, riot; L. .1. Duncan, pros. 121. Edward Heiinigan, assault and but ton ; Eliza June .Martin, prox. V.t William Conroy, assault and battery; Patrick Feelley, pros. Thomas Malloy, assault and battery; Patrick Feeiiev. tnos. 134. F.lla Iteed, assault and buttery; Sophia Uurke. prox. 135. Vinco Man lo. larVeny and receiving; Pusqua Kamlio. pros, 1. Henry Hades, larceny and receiving; Alice Roberts, prox. 1:t7. Yetna K headier, assault and buttery; Clara Welchel, jirox. 128. Seth Smith, ussault and buttery; Willlum F. Morgan, pros. 138. James Dempsey, larceny and receiv ing; George W. 1)111111, plus. 140. Frederick Herman, larceny and re ceiving; Patrick Gibbons, pros, THURSDAY OCT, 22. 141. Bridget Brady, assault and battery; .Maria Battle, prox. 142. Joseph Murray, statutory burglary; Thomas Breiiuan, pros. 142. John Allen, larceny and receiving; William Thomas, pros. 144 Agustus Anderson, selling liquor with out license; Joseph Dean, pros. 143. John Van Horn, enticing, etc., minor femnles for Immoral purpose; George A. Koss, pros. IK. Ira G. Westcott, enticing, etc., minor females for immoral purpose; George A. Boss, pros. 117. John Murray, assault and battery; William Williams, pros. 14x, John Murray, pointing pistol; Will iam Williams, pros. 149. Gram Spencer, attempt at rape; Hen rietta Slelster, prox. 130. Thomus Jordan, assault and battery; Michael Butler, pros. 131. David M. Jones, assault and battery; Eliza SI. Jones, prox. 132. August Schmito, assault and battery; Philip Soar. pros. 133. George Traub, larceny and receiving; W. 11. Wright, pros. 134. Slichael Olzzor, aggravated assault and battery; Slichael Oloptowski, pros. 135. Alonzo Haley, aggravated assault and battery; William Peck, pros. 13S. John Chester Peck, burglary; David Woymah, pros. 157. Joseph Yando. larceny and receiving; Valentine Solinsky, pros. FRIDAY, OCT. 23. 138. Joseph Delfelt, lurceny and receiving; Alvin Betzer, pros. 159. Sarah Dougherty, larceny and receiv ing; John H. Gray, pros. ItiO. William F. Davis, fornication and bas. tardy; Sarah Jane Lldgett, prox, 1(11. Patrick Tolan, aggravated assault and battery; Owen Grogan, pros. 12. Puul Skodu, lurceny and receiving; Abraham Young, pros. Id. Kate Cserwack. larceny and receiving; Abraham Young, pros. 104. Thomus Osborne, ussuiilt and bat tery; John Burke, pros. liij. Nicholas YAung. assault amK battery ; Anthony H. Lloyd, pros. lwj, Thomas Robinson, larceny and receiv ing; A. Grass, pros. HI". John Slontuge, John Sfezak, larcenv, and receiving; Andrew Holomko, pros. HiS. William Rogers, assault und battery; Annie Allen, prox. 109. Henry Johnson, larceny and receiv ing; Alex. Grass, pros. 170. Andrew Temos, assault and battery; Andrew Harwln, pros. SATURDAY, OCT. 21. 171. Catharine Ryan, surety; Bridget Kearney, prox. 172. William Walters, surety; John Jen kins, pros. 173. John E. Ryun, surety; Bridget Kear ney, prox. 174. Surah Harlow, Hartley Fetiry, surety; William O'Brien, pros. 173. James 8. Quick, surety; Pheobe II. Quick, prox. 17iJ. John Rafferty. desertion; Catharine Rafferty. prox. 177. John Rash, surely; Daniel Longows- ku, pros. ITS. John Rash, surety; Slary Langowsku, prox. 179.Sarah Barlow, surety; Slary O'Brien, prox. 180. John Jenkins, surety; Slary Edwards, prox. 181. Thomas Jones, desertion: Slaty Ann Jones, prox. 182. John .McDonnell, surety; John Sherl- dun, pros. 1S3. John Murray, surely; Slary Williams, prox. 181. William Rogers, surety; Sirs. Anna Allen, prox. 1S5. James Quick, surety; Pheobe H, Quick, prox. 18'i. Ann Wallers, surely; John Jenkins, pros. IS". Peter Hlgginston. surety; .Margaret Higglnston, prox. 18. Arthur Evans, surety; Levlna Evans, nriiv . 189. John R. Kelly f. . . .. . 1 ,1 ,1, . ,' I,.. icscriiuii; j. J . iveii, pros. 190. S. M. Reese, pros. 191. George Helkle surely; G. II. Payne. . surely; Joseph Fetzer, pros. 192. Jumes Cowan, desertion; AdelaJe Cowan, prox. 193. James Cowan, surety; Adelude Cowan, prox. 191. Nicholas Baskavllle, surety; George Funning, pros. 195. Patrick I'adden. surety; Tatrlck Eur- lett. pros 190 Patrick Horan. reil. prox. surety; Slary Bar. TAYLOR. The Improvement ill property in Tay lor is very gratifying to the people of the town.' In nearly every part of the town there are new houses being built, and It Is only a mutter of a few years until every vacant lot will be occupied. The question of granting the Incor poration of the new Pyne borough has been postponed until November term of court. Miss Slurv Fletcher, of Wlnton. Is visiting Sllss Lizzie Winters, on North Slain street. A I.. .' it.i niimliul frnm fllHTueant churches In this place attended the Christlun i-inqeuvor convention ni Scranton yesterday. Wnlches Are Helling for less than one-third of their orig inal value. W'ultham, Elgin, Spring field and Hampton movements. Jt will pay anyone to attend the sale. Davi Uow Bros. I VIDAVER AGREED TO BE SIDE-TRACKED He Did This for a Consideration, Which He Says Has Not Materialized. HAS SOUGHT THE AID OF THE LAW Began an Action Before Alderman Howe Vesterday to Recover 9130 from C, G. Uolond-- Vidavcr Claims That Boland Agreed to Pay His Cnmpniga Kipenscs if He With drewIIenring Mouduy Evening. Nathan Vldaver, esq., brought suit yesterday in Alderman Howe's otttce against City Treasurer C tl. Boland for 1150. The ease will be tried between 7 and S o'clock next Monday evening. Lawyer Vldaver was an ardent as pirant after the Democratic nomina tion for congress in this district prior to the recent Democratic county con vention and hustled und labored und took off his coal to win the nomination, but he said he hadn't any money to spend ou it. He however, calculated that It cost him $200 to make the ttght tor the nominal ion. He met thirsty friends once and awhile and though he did not whoop-er up for the boys, yet he tigured that, between the time he wus ubsent from his ottlce missing fees and what it cost him to hold his end up when he got in among the politicians, he was out of pocket about two hundred. At any rate. Ihe day of the conven tion he met C. (',. Boland ut Music hall and the latter, he suys. offered to pay his campaign expenses If he would withdraw from the congressional race. Mr. Vldaver agreed and was then and there paid $50 on uccount. The balance was to come Inter. But it didn't, and that's why the city treasurer Is sued. Sir. Vldaver claims that he performed Ills part of Ihe contract. David J. Reedy, esq., nominated Edward Sler lilleld Ulid Seuulor SI. E. McDonald nominated Sir. Vldaver, but before the balloting began Mr. Viduver got up und graciously said: "Oil. well! If Mr. Alei-rilielil wants the nomination, let lilm have it. I decline." Colonel Fitzslninions was also nomi nated, bill he refused to let Ills name go before the convention and when Mr. Vldaver withdrew that left the Held clear to Sir. Menitlel.l. and Sir. Vlda ver now wants a settlement. ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL MEETING. Men Who Will llnve Control of Bust- Bull Mett Season. The stockholders of the Scranton Base Bull association had a meeting yesterday and reorganized for the year by electing the following omeers: President, J. G. Shepherd; secretary and treasurer, H. P. Simpson. The board of directors will consist of the above with the addition of T. R. Brooks. "Sandy" Grlttln was re-engaged as manager. While the season was not a profitable one financially the owners of the club are in no way discouraged, on the contrary they are more than ever con vinced that there is a future for base ball in this city. Although handicapped by a number of circumstances that could not be forseen, with more than their share of hard luck and a club that on account of its bad start could not get away from the evil end the people of Scranton did not boycott the nation al game as un average attendance of 700 at the games played here demon strates. Confidence in the financial stability of the club has been established and it Is now far easier to sign players than when the present owners assumed con trol. DUNM0RE MAN USED AN AX. (ashed Charles Heuwood's Ann with It After au Argument. Charles Henwood, of Dunmore, was assaulted with an ax by Spencer Slas ters, who lives on Mill street. In the same borough, yesterday. Henwood put up his arms to save himself from the onslaught and the left one was badly gashed, several stitches being necessary to sew up the wound. There Is a fear that blood poisoning may de velop and that such a result will neces sitate amputation. The men got mixed up In an argu ment and hot words passed. Masters took up an nx and raised It to strike. Henwood tried to take the murderous weapon away from his assailant, and failing In this, raised his hands so that he would not get it on the head. ,Before Musters had time to aim a second b!ow,i assistance came to Hen wood. MIKE LEONARD IS IN THE CITY. Cnme to Meet Jimmy Judge in Music Hall Nnturdny Night. Slike Leonard, Ihe "Beau Rrumme!" of New York pugilists, arrived in this city last nlrht, accompanied by his trainer, Henry Tuthlll. He was dressed In the heighth of fashion and at once sought the seclusion of quarters se cured by his manager. Leonard is to meet Jimmy Judge, the local champion in a ten-round bout at the Music Hall Saturday night. Tom O'Rourke and Jim Kennedy and SEE THEM BEFORE YOD ! Comforts, Cotton Blankets, Fine Wool Blankets, Blankets for Bath and Lounging Robes. Our Prices Are Way (VIEARS a party or twenty-five New Yorkers will arrive here Frlduy night to witness the contest. Should Leonard win he Is to be given a match against "Kid" La vigne or Charley McKeever. at the Broadway club of New York. The contest between Judge and Leonard Is attracting much attention in New York and the result Is being eagerly awaited for by the followers of the game In that city. Leonard thinks he has an easy thing In Judge, as he is in much better condi tion than he was in the last fight. Judge don t think Leonard has a ghost of a chance, so the matter stands. Leonard weighs 142 pounds and Is In fine condi tion. He will finish his training here. STATE SCORES A VICTORY. The Western I'nivcrsity of Pennsyl vania Defeated by a Score of 104. Special to Tho Tribune. State College. Pa.. Oct. 6. A large number of people gathered today on Beaver field to witness an Interesting game of foot ball. Although the State college eleven showed up well by play ing last ball, yet she was prevented from playing a snappy game. The two twenty minute halves were so drawn out by the childish i-nugling of Captain Hosklns. of the Western University of Pennsylvania, that nearly two hours were consumed In playing the game. The individual playing of Dunsuioreund Weakley and Klrtputrick did good work for Western University of Penn sylvania. During the game the ball was kept In W. V. l'.'s territory and toward the end of the first half State gained a touch-down. Thompson failed to kii k a goal. In the second half W. II. 1. scored a touch-down from a free catch made on State's fifteen yurd line. Stale secured the ball after the nest kick-off mid with several good gains succeeded In making another touch down. The goal was kicked. Score: State 10. W. U. P. 4. The line-up is us fol lows: Slate. Curtain Clapper Ensiueyer.. Cromllsh... Beers Glassmeyer Machesuev. Sellers...... IMinsuiore. . W. 1'. I'. ...Marshall ...Williams Berch .... Hoskius Smith ....Guilford Ilelinv Slater left end Ii-n tackle ... . left guard .. .... center .... right guard .. . right tin kle ,. right end ... quarter back . right halt ..Donaldson Union lett hull' Thompson full buck Referee 1 Vim, I'lnplri Weakley Klrkpati ick -Leele. Lines- man nnuicr. V, Duvidow Bros. Auction Sale Is the talk of the town. 1 REXFORD'S. Christian Endeavorers TAKE HQME A SOUVENIR OF SCRANTON We hnve had specially made for this convention a nice line of sou venirs with the word "Scranton" on each. We mention u few of them to give you some Idea of the goods and prices. In marking them we have maintained our reputation for underselling everybody. Pin Trays Hand painted in oil colors. The word Scranton on each in gold let ters. Only luc each. Hairpin Trays Two styles, both elaborately deco rated in oil. Gold edges. Word Scranton on each. Price 25 and 35c. Card Trays Little opal class dust pans dec orated in oil. Oold edges. Bow of ribbon on each. Price Sac. Fancy Vases Slade of opal glass, with ribbon hows attached. Hand painted in oil colors. Two styles. Price 25 and 50 cents. Hand Painted Placques Word "Scranton" on each. Four sizes. Prices 29, 39, 48 and 59 cents each. Any Article In the store will be marked with the word "Scranton" in gold let ters free of chnrge thus making a suitable souvenir for those who want some special article not al ready so marked. REXFORD'S. 303 Lacka. Ave. 415, 417 Lackawanna FOR 11 AND HOME DECORATIONS Kockwood, Teplitz, Crowo, Pair point and choice China for bric-a-brac, is unlike textile fabrics. Pottery is long-enduring, the hangings of a room may fade and fray, but the bric-a-brac suffers nothing from the ravages of time. Its colors maintain their bril liancy; the transparency of the glaze docs uot dull by uge. Dinner Sets II in need of a set or a part an inspection of our open stock pat terns will pay you. CHINA HALL, MILLAll & FECK, 134 Wyoming Ave. "Walk in and look around." SCHOOL FOR PIANO, ORGAN AND VOICE PUPILS RECEIVED AT ANY TIME J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Church and Concert Organist Pupil ofGutlniant, Paris; Ehrlicb, Berlin. TEACHER OF PIANO, ORGAN & HARMONY Fine two manual organ at studio, blown by electric motor, for organ practice. Solo Contralto in Couccrt, Oratorio and Musicalc. Certificated Pupil of Madame Marchcsi, Paris. TEACHER OF SINGING. THIELE School of Music, 520 Spruce St Mrs. Katharine Thiele, Voice Training, Solo Singing. . Ernest Thiele, Violin, Piano, 'Cello ensemble. Both teachers at celebrated Scharwenka Conservatory, New York. Also other competent teachers engaged. Mr. Thiele is the successor to the late HERR KOPFF. THE IMFKOVeO Welsbach i LIGHT makes un incandescent electric I llL'lit casta shadow. Will really. give more Unlit than three oH (.uem loguuicr, miu uu 11. wiiu . y half the gas you now consume. & THE GAS APPLIANCE CO.. 1ZU IN. Washington Ave Men, Women Down to Rock Fj7 HAGEN Avenue, Scranton, i FOR BOYS. AU Sizes, All Styles, All Prices Bring us your boy and let us fit him out in one of our nice, strong, durable and stylish suits. Look Them Over. However, critically. Try them on, whatever your size or shape. Put them to any test however exacting, and 3011 will conclude, as hundreds of others have, that we handle the popu lar clothing of the city aod every body buys at the same price. I 416 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. We Have On Hand THE BEST STOCK IN THE CITY . Also the Newest. A lo the Cheapest. Also the Largest. FfiSHl Porcelain, Onyx, Bts Silver Novelties In Inflnlta VsrUtjv Latett Importations. Jewelry, Watcbes, Diamonds. fl. E. ROGERS, Jeweler end Watchmaker, 215 Lackawanna A 1 8. BOY. and Children. - Bottom. 9 Pa. MM