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TIIE SCH ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2G. 1S98.
Dil and Weekly. No Sunday Edition. Published at Scnnton, Pa., by Tn Tribune Publishing Company. Vw York Office: Tribune Biilldlnt. Frank a Cray, llaiuwer. UIIKXO T TBI POSTOFTIOH AT SCRNT0. FA.. A3 CICOHD-CI.ABS UAIL MATTSR SCIiANTON. NOVBMnKUJlSSS. L. - - - - The statement that Colonel Quay Is not for Wanamaker for senator can hardly be called news. Thanksgiving Day. It Is In no narrow partisan sense of merely superficial jubilation that the commemoration of this distinctively American holiday is this year ap proached by a larfre majority of the influential and respectable citizens of the republic. Their sense of thankful ness is devout and genuine, and while Jt gives grateful heed to the accus tomed blessings vouchsafed by a kind Providence, It is especially keen and earneBt in recognition of the escape which has come through that Provi dence to a great government from peril9 that lately menaced its peace, its progress and, as many believe, its Very life. We nre glad trat the exercises of this day nre to be given over very generally to themes of patriotism. Whatever may be each individual's debt to the Supreme Destiny which watches over human affairs for health and strength and happiness, and whatever may be each Individual's duty In way of per sonal recognition thereof, the collect ive debt of the American people is no how more fittingly discharged than by fledlcatlon of renewed energy to the mfeguaullng of American institutions jnd to the solving of the great social ml political problems which have been nlloted to Americans to solve. The loss which would fall upon civilization should the citizens of this great re public fall short of human possibility in their effort to work out human lib erty and secure an equitable distribu tion of human privilege and human rights is something which the Unite mind cannot calculate. Here, without doubt is the theater on which the cli max of the drama of civilization must be reached If reached at all, and as we lift our prayers of thankfulness today to Him who has saved us from one recent crisis let us not forget to peti tion for strength to meet and master the crises of the future. IiiFtory teaches that no nation ever remained great which did not bow to nn Ideal of rellglou worship. On this day, then, let every American who has regard for the welfare of his country participate with reverence in some :orm of church service calculated to tlr the fountains of human emotion nnd to quicken the pulses of good citi zenship. Let it be not America for the church, nor each for himself; but the church for America and America for all deserving mankind! Weyler probably returned to Ha vana so as to do his fighting more ef fectually In the telegraph offices. A Business Man's View. The speech of ex-Governo? Roswell P. Flower at the Democratic club din ner in New York Tuesday night was nn interesting deliverance In View of Its bearing upon the future of what Is now know n as the Sound Money Democracy. It is also Interesting as voicing a gen eral recognition of the fact that back of llryonlsm are just grievances) which must In time be 1 ighted If our govern ment is to endure. Upon this point Governor Flower very pertinently said: "In the legislation which Is to be en acted, the results of triumph will not be lost If the endeavor Is honest nnd persistent to serve the people, and not section, class or party. It cannot be denied that a large part ol the sup port that Bryan got was due, not to any particular conviction of the people on the currency question, or to any other of the radical planks of the Chi cago platform, but to a conviction which has some foundation for exist ence, and which, growing constantly during a generation, has naturally found freer expression during hard times, that the burdens of government have not been equally divided and its privileges not impartially distributed. It will be the duty of the Republican party not to aggravate that conviction by any unwise or partisan legislation, and to eradicate, wherever possible, any just cause for grievance. Indif ference or disregard of popular feeling in this direction will encourage disre spect for law and promote, restlessness and dissatisfaction among the people." The advice of Mr. Flower to sound money Democrats to give the Repub lican administration a fair trial before seeking to achieve party restoration is eminently sensible and wise. There Is no doubt that a basis of permanent alliance between these two temporary allies can be found without violence to the cardinal tenets of either. Such an alliance would bring a strong fore to bear In favor of good government and would be a decidedly economic conservation of political energy. If Mr. Bryan can get $1,000 apiece for his orations he had better stop giving his volubility away. Aerial Travel. So many times has popular expecta tion been raised high in the matter of aerial navigation only to be subse quently dashed to earth that credulity has all but vanished In this direction. Tet a seemingly well authenticated story comes from San Francisco which is calculated to revive hope of an early solution of this perplexing yet fascinat ing problem. It seems that on several occasion Inhabitants of that city and Oakland have recently witnessed mov ing objects in the air thought to re semble cigar-shaped airships. At first their testimony was scouted, but now an attorney of that city, Oeorge D. Collins, pronounced by his neighbors a reputable and truthful man, declares that he has for years acted as the legal representative of a wealthy Callfornlan who has spent 1100,000 on secret experi ments toward aerial travel and has at last succeeded. ' According to this man's testimony the new flyer is made of metal, Is 150 feet long and Is built to carry fifteen persons.' It is built on the aeroplane system and has two canvas wings eighteen feet wide and a rudder shaiicj like a bird's tail. The inventor at a recent test which his attorney wit nessed, climbed Into the machine, and after he had been moving some of the mechanism for a momtnt. Mr. Collins saw the thing begin to ascend from the earth Very gently. The wings llarped slowly as It rose, nnd then a little fast er, as it began to move asalnst the wind. The machine was under perfect control all the time. When it got to a height of about ninety feet the Inventor shouted that he was going to make a series of circles and then descend. He immediately did so, beginning by mak ing a circle about 1C0 yards in'di;imi ter. and then gradually narrowing it until the machine got within thirty feet of the ground. It then fil straight down, very gracefully, nnd touched the tarth as lightly as a falling leaf. On another occasion, so the story goes, the Inventor started nt Oroville and Hew sixty miles In a straight line directly over Sacramento, and nfter circling about thut city for a time took another little spurt of seventy miles to San Francisco, landing on the Oakland side of the bay. The explanation given by Mr. Collins for withholding the In ventor's name and keeping back other particulars is that the patent riulits are not yet secured. While this narra tive by itself would appear somewhat fishy, the fact that It goes only a little way beyond known possibilities gives It a heating. The air ship It Is conceded will come some day. Why not now? The Wnnamnker campaign bureau at Philadelphia has arranged to organize sub-bureaus In about a dozen Interior cities, Wilkes-Earre among the nuin b.'i, but Scranton Is passed coldly by Why is this thus? Republicanism's Duty. The Philadelphia Record arraigns the Republican pnity for passing legisla tion favorable to the creation of trusts, and says: "Trusts grow upon the body of Protection as naturally as apples grow upon apple trees. The way to de stroy the trusts is to cut olT the tariff provisions upon which they subsist; and there Is no other way to Jo It." The Record has no right to credit Protection with fostering trusts. Kng land, where tariffs are for revenue ex clusively, Is plastered over with trusts. The proper theory of Protection Is just enough tariff to put foreign made goods plus the duty on a level as to price In the American market with the home made article. This prevents extortion at homo and also keeps the home work shops busy. This Is McKinleylsm. It will also be McKlnleyism to cut the tariff on any article exclusively con trolled by a trust which uses its mo nopoly for the robbery of consumers. Upon this point prescient Republicans are agreed. They cannot afford either In justice or for expediency to let their par ty yoke up or appear to yoke up with financial combinations which rest un der general public suspicion. The Tribune repeats; The Republi can party can leave to demagogues the work of shouting out promiscuous and undiscrimlnating abuse of capital, but It cannot afford ns a party to Ig nore the very evident desire of the public for effective reMef from abuses of corporate privilege. It must prove by judicious deeds the utter falsity of the claim that it has narrowed into a tool of the great moneyed interests of the land. It is nmuslng to observe with what gravity the Philadelphia Press defends the Brooks law ngainst amendment and assumes that the general public regards that law as well-nigh perfect. Early Recognition for Cuba. The New York Journal has done a good service In polling prominent sena tors with reference to the likelihood of congress passing a Joint resolution making It mandatory for the president to recognize Cuban Independence. Trie majority of those who have responded to Its Inquiry answer In an evasive and Indefinite fashion, but there is one re sponse which goes directly to the mark. Says Senator Call, of Florida, who Uvea within a day's journey of the Cuban coast: "I favor congress passing a joint resolution requiting the United States to take action to terminate the war In Cuba, recognize the Independ ence of Cuba and such other action as may be expedient to this end." Messnges of similar Import were re ceived from Senators Morgan, Blnnch ard, Tillman, BInckburn, Allen. Kyle, Bacon, Pnscoe and Proctor. Senator Allen not only would vote for a joint resolution recognizing the complete In dependence of Cuba, but he would also, if necessary, vote to pnss such a meas ure over nn executive veto. Hero is a sufficient nucleus of senatorial friendli ness for Cuba to warrant the belief that something decisive may be expected soon after the reassemblage of con gress. Popular patience with the ex ecutive's inertness Is well-nigh ex hausted. There Is an unmistakable feeling among the people that If the United States Is ever to act In o man ner to give hope nnd encouragement to '.the struggling Cubans now Is the .proper time. The statement Is made by a leading country representative that he will fa vor a $2,000,000 state appropriation for good roads even if this sum has to be taken from the University of Pennsyl vania and . the state normal schools. This Is a narrow view to take of a broad question. Oood roads nre need ed, but so are good schools. This rich old commonwealth ought to be made to provide adequately fur both The License Problem. A bill has already been drafted for presentation to the next legislature amending the Brooks law by transfer ring control over licenses from the judges of the county courts to a state commission, and also framing regula tions as to the hours of opening and closing and other matters which ore to be uniform throughout the state. The state is to be divided into ex cise districts, with one deputy com missioner to each district. Through this deputy all applications for license must be made and hla recommenda tion in ordinary cases is to govern the grat Mng of the license by the chief commissioner. In other words, the amendment Incorporates the principal features of the Raines law of New York. There Is a division of opinion as to what effect such a change would have. The Phlladelidila Press, for Instance, claims Pint It would put the saloon into 'politics and the 'Philadelphia Bul letin, on the other hand, says It would take It out of politics. It would doubt less 'o neither. So long us the stnte exercises supervision and" enforces re strictions upon the saloon, no matter what the system, the saloon will be in politics. It Is in politics now, and very much in. The change would not plunge it in any deeper. It would merely take a dirty Job otT the hands of Judaea and put it on the hands of a set of nun specially employed for that pi t po.-e. It would leave the bench free to perform with some upprunch to impartiality ami fairnetu the larger and more Important duties of its high olilie without smutting its ermine with the Inevitable .mall polities w hich duos so much under the present system, nrwlnst the I'rnin it ma:- be of the judges themselves, to determine who shall get licenses and who shall not. In Fpcaklnyr of this latter poli.t the Philadelphia Bulletin truthfully re mcrks: "It is nn open secret that a judge's attitude in the matter of grant ing or refusing licenses has often been potent in his subsequent election or de feat. It Is positively known that sev eral excellent Justices have been un nble to secure a re-election because of their unwillingness to be coerced Into the granting of an undesirable license." If this be true In Philadelphia, where the bench is supposed to occupy nn especially lofty and non-partisan atti tude, how much more true must It be of Interior counties where candidates for the Judicial office have been known to be forced by the exigencies of party politics not only to make secret treat ies with large brewing Interests but also, upon rare occasions, to make ac tual personal canvasses of the sa loons for votes. Let us venture to do what we can to life the courts up out of such neces sities. It is a consummation worthy of some sllsht hazard. The Philadelphia Times addresses a very sensible editorial to the more liberal states of the South, Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee and North Caro lina, urging upon them the need of cutting loose from reactionary and rev olutionary financial policies and the future wisdom of such an attitude as will attract outside capital to open up new Industries nnd develop almost Il limitable natural resources. It Is a timely plea strongly worded and ought to do good. According to the Tlmei-Herald. ' when the south demands a national election law that shall work equitably throughout the union, a low In which they shall have a part In making and under which they will receive the most substantial benefits, then such a law may be passed by congress and ap proved by the preseldent. But It will not come until then. The south must take the initiative." Do thieves, as a rule, take the Initiative against theft? Looking at It from still another stand point, the McKinley states contain 4, 006,841 wage-earners In manufacturing Industries who were, in 1890, paid $1,999, 5fi9,2r9 In wages, while In the Bryan states only C20.449 men were thus em ployed, and they received only $267, 962,221 In wages. In the recent election the city of Chicago cast 19,038 more votes than all the silver states combined, and 6,000 more than all the Gulf states com bined, omitting Texas. Yet Chicago supplies only 6 electoral votes, and some folks claim the electoral college is above amendment. Three antl-St. John votes were east In Kansas at the recent election to one vote for the ticket supported by the former high priest' of the Prohibition party. This prophet seems to be los ing ground both at home and abroad. A CABIN KT ;i ESS. Secretary of State Robert R. Hltt, of Il linois. Secretary of the Treasury Mark llanna, of Ohio. Secretary of War Henry Clay Evans, of Tennessee. Secretary of the Nrvy Matthew Stanley Quay, of Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Interior M. H. do Young, or L'ullfoni'a Secretary of Agriculture Sereno E. Payne, of Xew York. Postmaster General Henry C. Payne, of Wisconsin. Attorney Oner.il-Nathan Goff. of West Virginia. A NATION'S THANKSGIVING. For .McKinley. For the Tribune. In a shadow nf dreams I lingered, It seemed like a hall of prayer; Ami lute stiimrs so softly llnsered Were banishiiiK every care. A hush, such as God only giveth Had rovuled the mystical place, And a hovering, holy pinion Thanksgiving hail penciled in space. Then slowly a portal opened, A room of grandeur nnd state, And I saw a royal lady, Heslde her, n man newly great, "I made you the choice of the people, My gift is the pride of a world. This casket I tender so gladly. With patriot's tears was impearled. "The rubles that gleam In the cover Were heart drops from dying and dead Caught up by the widows nnd orphans. Oh, fadeless the lester they shed; Inside, on p. rose-thorny pillow. Is sleeping the Faith of your race; Imperil one gem of this casket. And Heaven shall yielJ you no place." Then gently she guided him onward And I saw the awe In his face As they entered a beautiful garden, Where n sinrle plant held the space Enthroned in foliage of purple A stntely corrolla there grew, So snowy, so Inrnc in dimensions One wonders if vision be true. Kurh petal so waxen like folded. So cunning, so careless the grace, Aroma the breath of the angels. When klsslnu the fair, faultless face. "And this Is the Hope of the nation This plant Is your own special care; No other must enter this garden And you, oh my hero, beware! "The life pulse that thrills In your bosom Is blent with each petal of snow, And gives to the grand waiting nation, A lov or a deluge of woe. If blight touch this stainless corrolla. Your honor, your manhood Is dead, Oh, better a stone for a pillow Than glory like thine to have fled." A loud swelling anthem was ringing, "Give thanks for our country's new Joy, Give thanks to o'.;r Father in heaven For the treasures that holds no alloy.' And farther and farther the chorus Was swelling abroad, o'er the main, "Jehovah, Jehovah, the Highest, Our Joy has rekindled again." Mrs. Clara Paine. Scranton, Pa., Nov, 25. Jlist a Word op TuJo of Casta! Mention Here are the necessary direct loin fvr making a uccrsful Job of turk-'y-earvins; today: 1. Insert Hie carving-fork across the middle of the b:c.st-bune. 2. Out through he skin belivean the breast and the t. ivh. 3. licml the leu ever, and cut jlT close to the body and through the Joint, 4. Out throUKh the top or the shouldci down through ;he winv-Joint. .1. Hhave off t'.e breast In thin slice-", slnr.ilnn from ;h trout uf the breas'-bono ilcwn toward me wing-Joint. f.. Oarve enly from the side nearest you. ". Tip the bird over slightly, and with tiie point of the knife remove the oyster .ni l the small dark portion found on the side-hone. 5. Then remove the fcrk from the brpast and divide the let p. ml wit!. . l.'ut through the sltln between tlia body rd breast unJ w!h a spoon re move a portion cf the pt ultliw. 10. Serve llsht or dark meat and stuf ilii!:. us preferred. Hon. George I.andon, of Hcrri' kvUle, Bradford county, who was a visitor to Scranton this week. 1 one of the most brilliant orators in the slate. Mr. Landon was u member cf the state senate In lS'ii-ft! and in Pyiti-M. During the presidential campaigns following the war ho was among the most noted Republican polltl e"il on'tors In l'enn .lylvunlti; celebrate J tor his wit. eloquence ard luuic, and his ser vices were in great de manil e verywhere. Tht.aigh the sessions of WW and ISIS, S'.mi ator l.ainlun was one of the leading spirits nt Ilarrlfbtirt,, and a brilliant political career seemed before him. Upon this oc casion, however, he took a stand la favor of legislation which resulted in the clos ing of the North Itrnneh canal. This em bittered Senator I.ttnelon's constituents to such tin extent that he deemed it best to retire from politics at the end of his term. Mr. Landun Is of Scoeli-Irish descent and begun life amid humble aurroundliiKS. He is among the Ideal self-made men who have helped to make Itradforel county famous as one of the licpubllcan bulwarks of the northern tier. "I've Just figured It out," said Herney Megurgee yesterday as he added himself to a group of gossiping citizens on the Traders' bank corner. "flguredw hat out?" was the query of several. "Why, the reason everybody Is so blamed peevish these days. Haven't you no ticed It? Of course, you have. Wher ever I go. In office or etore, I find nearly everybody there restless and out of sorts. I.Ike ns If they weren't on good terms with themseives." Come to think of It, they all had noticed this and In union they pressed Megarireo for a solution of the strange phenomenon. "It's this way; people are Just now changing their fall underwear for flan nels " "By Jingo, that's It," and every man In the group commenced to twitch. Wade M. Finn, poor tax collector, In ad dition to his many shrewd qualities Is a humorist. This Is shown by the notice hung above the tax receiving window In his otlice In the city hall. The slyn reads; CERTAINLY This Is the place to pay your POOR TAX. Do it now, while you're here. The reading matter answers before it Is asked, a question frequently on the lips of visitors and encourages them to pay their money while they've got it. It would be interesting to know Just what it costs to try an ordinary case In civil court. Myron Kasson figures it out at $50 an hour and this is possibly not an exaggeration. He allows $5 an hour for rent of court house; $11 tor the Judge's salary; $7 an hour for the twelve court officers, Including the stenographer, $20 for the Jurors' salary and expenses and $15 for Incidentals. Add to this the costs of witnesses nnd attorneys unci it can be seen that litigation is a very expensive necessity. It Is the exception rather than the rule thut the amount Involved In a case exceeds the cost of trying it. Mayor Nichols, of Wllkcs-Unrre, tha Wyoming valley Pingree, has reached a solution of the tramp problem. Kach Wandering Wll'ie who wishes to enjoy the hospitality of the municipality to tile extent of a night's lodging is compelled he next morning to saw a cord of wood. The wood thus sawed Is given to tie poor. The trump daily uvernge at the station house has fallen i.nder this system from 25 to 2. w Some time ntc the Lehigh Vnl'ey rail road went back co so't coal in its passim, ger locomotives, but the pib"3 com plained so nt the lust and the lltth that it has resumed the nso of anthracite. Why any unthraclte road should burn bi tuminous coal is a problem difficult to solve. Scrlbner's Magaz'ne wants $5,000 from the common coc.rcll of HufTilo for a write-up of Hufaio's industr'al advan tages as affected by the Niagara cheap electric power. This culls to mini that it has been quite a tbne since the Xew York World's fascinating brunette did the Scranton board of trade. The bravest battle that ever was fought. Shall I tell you where and when? On the maps of the world you'll find it not; 'Twns fought by the mothers of men. Nay, not with cannon or battle shot, With sivord or nobler pen! Nay, not with eloquent word or thought From mouths of wonderful men! But deep In the wnlled-up woman's heart Of woman that would not ybiJ, Hut bravely, silently bore her part Lo, there Is the buttle-llcld. No marshaling troop, no bivouac song, No banner to leam nnd wave! Hut, oh. these battles, they last so long From babyhood to the Rrave! Joaquin Miller. A I'OOMNII IIKI I SAL. From the Cleveland World. The refusal of the railroads to IsMte 2-ccnt Interchangeable l.iWJ-mlle tickets will make the road for them all the roc kier hereafter. The legislatures all over the country will bring In bills to harass the railroads, who will have to pay to have them suppressed. The annual amounts disbursed by railroad companies to smother legislation Introduced for thij purpose of holdout them up Is getting to be a serious charge. It will not be long before concessions to the public will prova to be cheaoer than paying this sort of blackmail. TOLD BY THE STARS. Daily Horoscope Drawn by Ajncchrjs The Tribune Astrologer. Astrolabe cast: 3.17 a. m., for Thursday, Nov. 20, lb96. A child born on this day will be thank ful that he will not be old enough to slander his neighbor for several years hence. Though you've not wealth, nor title clear Tp acres broad, or banks; If you are better for this year You can at least give thanks. None of the city officials will take Thanksgiving dinner at Goldberg's lunch wagon this year. The raffle iturkey of course. Is always the sweetest. Men of means are often meanest of men. If you have got Dress Goods to buy, it would seem almost imperative that you should take advantage of this offering. Couldn't touch them a month ago at anything like these prices. There'll be busy buying and you ought to be among. the buyers. Our 150 styles of this Season's Novelties, which ranged from 39 to 75 cents per yard, many of which are now on display in our big wii dew. Your Choice for a Full Dress Pattern, $2.98. Novem ber Cloak Ming. We planned early for the biggest garment business in our history and we are getting it, too. We are now in shape for a few days' phenomenal selling, many of thern at two-thirds Oc tober prices. To hesitate is to lose the Best Cloak Chance of the season : Children's Garments, 4-12 years, Ladies' Capes, from Ladies Jackets, from Ladies Fur Collarettes from OUR STORE BUT NONE IN SCRANTON which can compare in any way with our mammoth tailoring establishment. Our line in Suitings, Trouserings and Over coatings is as complete as you will find in any city. Our patterns and fashions are up-to-date and the very latest only. Should our prices be too low let us know and we will make the necessary correction. Our work and fit we guarantee. We don't allow a garment to leave our place exeept perfectly satisfactory. Buying facilities enable us to sell at lUMCll lower than lowest prices, hence here, tike everywhere else, our immense success. IT EASTERN SUIT AND PANTS COMPANY, " Branch 11. DINNER SETS Over 150 Patterns to Select From. Haviland & Co,, Chas. Fields Hav.la.id, Wedgerwood Porcelain, Maddox Porcelain, Onondago China And many other standard makes. See our new Blue Delft Set. Also u new leader 103picce decorated for G.48- THE Clemons, Ferber, O'Malley Co., til UCKAVj'ANM Ml PANTS oX $3.00 All the latest novelties in For eign and Domestic Cheviots, Wor steds and Cassimcrs cut, trimmed and made in our own tailor shops. We show whole rolls of cloth, not short length samples. Fit perfect-as usual. GREAT ATLANTIC PARTS CO., BTschI 319 Lacta Ava. IKT,ch o CALL UP 363?: nir 011 w MifUR CO. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, Ml TO 151 MERIDIAN STREET. M. W. COLLINS, Manager. WHAT CHEER! By W. CLARK KUSSLLL. ONE OF HIS BEST. Betide "Ther Are Other." BEUAN, THE BOOKMAN 437 Spruce St., Opp. Tb Ceamoa wealth. n K GOODS. WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY. 427 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, GOT DAMP QUICK DIDN'T IT? GMBRELLfl BROKE ISN'T IT? WILL TAKE IT TO FLORET'S WON'T YOU? REPAIR IT WHILE YOU WAIT SURE. New Cover, New Ribs, New Stick, New Anything. 222 Wycm!ng Avenue, . H. C. A. Eui'.d WOLF & WENZEL, gj. Linden., Opp. Court Hou;, PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLKRS Solo Asntu for KIc lmrrtsnn Eoynton'i FurtiHTOs iii.il Kaujos. PHILAOELPHiA MANUFACTURERS OF CLOAKS ANO SUITS 421 LACKAWANNA AVENUE, Headquarters for Cloaks and Capes F.VfrvhocTv Is loud 111 their pralpcs or our Clocks' and' Capis. Wo have ma'io Rreat vinrr.-slons In thu prices of our line gar ni.Mitn. . You cannot do Justice lo yourself buy iim a coit or cape without first consult ing our prices. Jocki ts, s!!k lined, tailorcl after Lon ,inn nnd P.irin mridels. made of highest Bral? boucles; a bewildering Q3 variety at VUlUJ Eicennt fin. curl n.trnchnn coats, silk lined, perfect fitting, shield fC QO frant. cheap at IJ.(W: our price JACKKTS of Imported caterpillar bond-m-w four-in-hand shleid front, lltioj throughout with char.sealilo taflt,i silk; u regular $15 coat; our C7 09 price IiOO WOMK.V9 PLt'SH CAPKS One of the strongest price presentations ever shown !n this city 13 her.- this week, pret tily beaded and braided plush 3 QO capes for SO Extra fine seal plush double cape, lined hunt lth rh.nlam silk, trimmed with fine Thibet fur; else- 0a DO where tlu; our price 4OiwO Capes of Are astrachan. 39 Inch leneth. circular sweep. deep storm collar, trimmed with marten and Thllwt fur; elsewhere $10; our (C DO price $diJO Special line of children's coats In two-tona astrachan. handsomely trimmed shield fronts, lutest designs; cheap at ff 'J AQ Si; our price Vhv TAKR NOTICE We have Just purchased the lurge stock of a silk waist manu facturer, and as a consequence can show vou a waist never before seen la this part of the country for less Q QQ than $10 at umvv NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS. Z. WEINGART, Proprietor. BAZAAR $1.49 upwards. 98c $3.98 $4.98 LOWENSTEIN Proprietor, Pa. Branch 14. An Inspiration I nlmoxt lout when your pen cateliea and your Ink ipreads on your paper. GOOD STATIONERY In one of the necessaries of civilization that Is Indispensable. A favorite loca tion for all classes Is that of REY NOLDS BROTHERS, where a fine as. sortnivnt of everything In flrst-clas fit.it ionrry and Otlice Supplies can be purchased. Students, lawyers, com mercial men and society In tteneral get their supplies here, as everyone can be suited, both In price and quality. Reynolds Bros. Stationers and Engraver, HOTEL JERMVN BLILDIN3. J. IPX