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Till SCH ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY. APRIL 2. 1898. M r t " APRIL. Century Magazine, Miiuicy'a Magazine, McClurc's Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Mack Cat, Four O'clock, All Fashion Magazines for Spring, jnst received nt Norton's. Wall Papers. All grades and all prices, according to quality. Large variety or brautiful designs. Window Shades. All desirable colors, ready made and fitted to order. Room or Wall Houldings All sorts and alt prices. Large stock. Popular prices, always. M. NORTON, JJ2 Lackawanna Ave-, Scranton. 32 So. Main, Wllkcs-Harrc. Anti-Saw Edge Collars aud Cuffs, every body wants them. THE Lackawanna aundry "DOZ IT." 308 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN No one has ever offered a more beautiful Piano for the money, $260, Than the That you can see in our show window. It is up-to-date in ap pearance, has a fine action and tone and is warranted to last. We sell on easy payments of $25 down and $10 per month, and take old in struments in exchange. We have a lino stock ofKimbe, Brlggs, Ltitlwlg and other IMnnos. PERRYBROS 205 Wyoming Ave. COLUMBIAN DETECTIVE AGENCY DIME BANK BUILDING, SCRANTON, PA. Matters Follclted Where Others Failed. Moderate Charges. II U Have opened a General Insurance Offlcs In lit iiiiniii! Biiii Best Ktoelt Companies represented. Larsa -Eis especially fcollcltcd. Telephone lSUli. A cure (or Spanish tyranny is Yankee Gun Powder. A cure for Catarrh is the "One as good as the other." At all druggists, com pletewith blover,50 cents. ON DEATH OF W. T. SMITH. The following resolutions on tho death of Wltllam T. Smith were adopted at a meetlw; of tho directors of tho J. .T. Newman dumber company, held March 28. 1S9S. Whereas, Ny tho death of William T. Smith this board has lost one of Its members, It Is fitting that wo should re cord on tho minutes our appreciation of his services to this company, and his personal qualities ns a man; therefore bo It Itesolved. That his death has taken from the board ono on whose counsel and assistance wo havo been accustomed to rely slnco tho formation of tho com pany, and whose personal trails mado his business associates his friends. Resolved, That wo extend to tho fam ily of the deceased our sympathy In their bereavement. Resolved, That these resolutions bo spread on the minutes, nnd a copy be sent to the family of tho deceased. The followlnc resolutions on tho death of William T. Smith were adopted at a meeting of tho directors of the Lacka wanna Lumber company, held March 23, 1898; Whereas, Death has tuken from us Wil liam T Smith, u member of this board slnco Its organization, we deslro to ox press our sense of the loss this com pany has sustained by his death. His business ability and Integrity made his counsel on tho board Invaluable. His unfailing cour;sy and kindness attached to him all with whom he cntno in con tact, and mado our relations with him on tho board of the most pleasant na ture, Wo also deslro to express our sym pathy with his bereaved family, and di rect that a copy of this minute bo for warded to them. Iteductlnn In I'rlco ofMlllk. Commencing April 1st, IMS, tho price nf milk will bo four cents per quart: bottled milk, five cents per quart. On account of this reduction In price, a rtrlctly cubIi system will bo adopted on May 1st. Scranton Dairy Company. RIGID QUESTIONS PUT TO APPLICANTS Five Candidates Yesterday Went Through tho Ordeal. FOR TUB PLUMBINQ INSPECTORSHIP I'oity ()itostlous Wcro 1'topoumloil, Kvitiiiluntlon llocnn nt 1 O'clock mid IVm to Ilnvo l.nstod Tour Hours, but tho Tlmo IVna Kxtomtcit to Sovon llours'-Qiirstlons Involved Theory us Well ns l'rnctlco nnd Wcro Vorf Finely Drawn. Tho board appointed to examine np pllrnnts for the ollieo of plumbing In spector met yesterday afternoon nt tho city hull and examined five candidates, Mlcliuel J. O'Mnlloy. William arllllths, John K. Kearney, William Dougherty nnd Lincoln Wllllnms. The result will be determined eaily next week and It Is possible' Mayor Unlley will mnke his nomination for tho olllro to select coun cil next Thursday evening. All tho members of the board were present, as follows: Joseph F. Kvans, chairman; Thomas Cleary, secretary; I. L. Williams, John J. Schneider and Henry Wolsfler. Forty typewritten questions were submitted. Accom panying the questions were n number of conditions, among them the follow ing: Tho applicant who aggregates the greatest number of marks will havo tho highest honors: the others will follow In tho ouler of their totnl number of marks. Each applicant will receive a number fioni the hoard uf examiners, nnd ho must wilto his number In tho lower right hand corner of earh sheet of paper or drawing, which ho submits to tho ex amining board. No nppllcant will be permitted (o write his nnino on any part of his work, or In any way write or otherwise mako any mark or sign upon his papurs which may lead to hid Identification by tho examin ers. NOT ALLOWED TO TALK. Tho applicants shall seat themselves at least flvo feet apart and must not talk during tin cj,aminatlon session. No applicant will bo permitted to leave tho room vnlehs accompanied by ono of tho exam ners, and should he go out of the building before ho hands In his pa pers, ho will cancel tho examination. Should any applicant desire more ln iormntlon than Is found In these sheets, lie must hold up his hand and remain In this position until he Is recognized by the chairman. How rigid tho examination was Is Indicated In the following questions, to answer which the board extended the time to 8 o'clock In the evening In stead of fixing the limit at C o'clock, the hour first intended; the examina tion liegan nt 1 o'clock: 1. What Is n, sewer? 2. Whut Is a soil pipe? 3. How and where should water of con densation from heat system and boiler blow offs discharge Into a drainage sys tem? Give rtasons 4. Whlit are tho Important require ments In regards to soil and wnhte pipes? C. What fall In a drain pipe Is necessary to produce a, velocity of three (31 fest per second and why is this velocity needed? 6. What kind nnd size of pipe should bo used for u building? 7. How i.ru drain ..nd soil pipes tested? i. In what lengths are cast lion soil pipes made and why is extra heavy pipe recommended? 0. What aro tho Important considera tions In tho strength of cast Iron pipes? 10. What Is meant by sar.d holes and flaws? 11. What should be the thickness and weight of extra heavy soli pipes? 12. How should soil pipes be supported; how much lead should bo calculated to n, joint nnd what Is tho least depth tho ling of lead should bo In caulking? CHIEF SANITARY REQUIREMENTS. 13. Stato chief sanitary requirements of soil and drain pipes? II. Should drain and soli pipes bo vented nnd why? 15. Why do soil and waste pipes need venting? IB. What Influence has length of pipe to do with their ventilation? IT. What effect has Ungth of vent nipo on the resistance of trap siphonage? IS. If an S-liich east Iron pipe be ?j Inch thtrk what Is tho tensllo struln per square inch und what pressuro per square Inch will be required to burst such pipe? 11. 1th what velocity docs air rush into a vacuum? 20. What Is tho object of a trap as used in plumbing? 21. Carefully exanilno tho accompanying drawing which is u vertical section tluough a four (t) story building, he pipe (uj which takes roof water from front of building nnd bay window which Jclns the scwi-r, (b) outside building, Is this a sanitary Job? Give reasons. If you can improve upon It show by neat drawing all tho changes you consider nec essary to make a perfectly fcanltary Job of tho whole; use the b.nno fixtures In the same places. 22. What are the claims made for the In tercepting traps? 22. What is tho object of extending a plpo from tho outer air to the drain pipe just Insldo the Intercepting trap? 21. is this method rellubleand effective? 23. A certain building has porous tile pipes laid all around tho wall footings and under tho cellar floor to take away sub soil water; the street bewer Is low enough to take this water. Explain how the connections Bhould bo made, and de scribe the nparatus used, what important points must bo considered in ull sub soil dralnago work? 20. What is meant by depth of water seal? 27.Wliat aio tho points to be considered in ventilating traps? AHOUT VENTILATION. 23. What system of air pipes would bo considered adequate to supply tho re qulsito amount of air In nil or the ma jority of cases? 19. What are tho essentials in a trap as used in plumbing? . 30. What requirements should a sani tary wutcr closet possess? 31. Describe a siphon water closet? 32. How ore siphon water closets classi fied? 33. What effect has tho Jot action on tho water passages and soil pipes? 31. Where Is the siphon closet superior to tho wash out or Hopper closet? 35. What general principals should bo followed In scle ting a wnter closet? 20. What measure Is exerted by u col umn of water two (2) Inches In diameter nnd live (5) feet high, and n column of water live (5) Inches in dlamoter and two (2) feet high? 37. What l.i specific gravity? 33. What Is sewer gas und of what is it composed? 3. Name some nf tho gases usually found In sewers and druliib? 10. What aro the duties of a plumbing Inspector? Descrlbo clearly how you would test an old Job. And draw up a report upon tho sanitary conditions of the same. JOE ANDREWS A FRAUD. Procured Ainu by Meiim nt n I'ltltul but I'nle Ntnrv. A shrewd young; professional beggar, Joe Andrews, who has been duping many business men recently, was found yesterday by Mrs. Duscan, the Associated Charities agent, who put an effective stop to the youngster's came. Andrews lias been finding pity and aid by means of a story that lie wns nn orphan nnd wished nlms to liel support his feoblo grandfather nnd grandmother who were ill nnd depend ed upon him. Mrs. Duggan yesterday took the boy before a gentleman who had given him money. Ilo broke down nnd confessed he had a father who worked stendlly and mado him "bog. Tho 'grandparents who had figured in his stories wore mythical personages. The boy conducted the Associated Charities' ngent to his homo on tho South Side where tho father was made to promlso to send the lad to school and to dote tho begging game under penalty of arrest. THE WAR EXCITEMENT. l'crcrib Anxiety Miown Vcsterdny to Hour llm Latest Nimvs. No flay since the scare set In was tho war fever hero higher than It was yes terday. Tho dispatches of tho afternoon be tokening thnt the tocsin might be sounded at any moment mnde war the only subject of conversation every where. The excitement was of the suppressed order. There was no apparent Inter ference with the ordinary run of busi ness affairs, no crowds on the corners talking excitedly or any great massing about the bulletin boards, but the anx iety with which every fresh piece of. news wns grasped and discussed and the quickness with which It spread broadcast showed conclusively that theie was little else in tho public mind. Heretofore the populace was quite satisfied to wait for the regular edi tions of their papers at home to learn the situation. Yefltcrdny tho tension was too great to admit of these. Every body wanted every piece of news that was going and they wanted it ns soon as it came from tho wire. In conse quence the extra editions of tho after noon papers had a largely Increased sale and the bulletin boards had a con stant stream of viewers. The Tribune's bulletin board was the most popular point for seeker after "tho latest." There was never a tlmo during tho afternoon but what there was a dozen or so rending the dis patches displayed thereon. The gen eral rule wns that as soon as the anx ious one had filled himself full of the contents nf the board he would scurry oft to the olllco or shop or "patch," whence he came.to scatter the nnxlous-ly-awalted news. The very conservative and carefully edited bulletins that were displayed, had everything to do with the fact that the excitement was not of a more demonstrative character. The sensa tion monger could have created no end of alarm, but luckily this town was devoid of him yesterday. It was not so with other cities, the night dispatches go to show. Leban on sent out a report that the Third brigade commander had notified ills stafT to Iip In residence. As elsewhere stated the report was a fake, puro nnd simple. There was, however, a desire for something sensational, It would seem. Not satisfied with the conservative re ports of the Associated Press and tho utter failure of the local papers to concoct a local scare the rumor fiend got a large number of bctweens of a story to the effect that about all tho carpenters in the town were packing up their tool3 and heading for tho League Island navy yard in response to big Inducements offered by a gov ernment agent. RECRUITS ARE WANTED. Undo Sum Is in Need ot Sonnien and .llnclilnU's, Postmaster E. II. Hippie has received a poster from the League Island navy yard asking for recruits for the navy. Seamen and machinists nre especially wanted. Following Is the rate of wages paid In the navy: Pay per Rating. month. Seamen $21 CO Ordinary seamen 13 uo Landsmen IS W Shipwrights 23 00 Jilacksmlths 1,0 00 Plumbers and litters 45 00 Sailmakcrs :;m Painters 30 U0 Machinists, first class ,", oo Machinists, second clnss -10 00 llollermnkers CO 00 Coppersmiths Woo Firemen, first class 25 00 Firemen, second class 30 00 Coal passers 22 00 Apothecaries oo 00 Ship's cooks, fourth class 20 00 Musicians, first class 3200 Musicians, second class 30 00 Iluglers ,1000 On first enlistment men must be be tween the following mentioned ages: years of Rating. age. Seamen 21 to 35 Ordinary seamen is to 30 Landsmen IS to 25 Shipwrights 21 to 35 Blacksmiths 21 to 35 Plumbers and fitters 21 to '.' Sallmakers 21 to 35 Machinists, tlrst class 21 to 15 Machinists, second class 21 to 35 Boilermakers 21 to 35 Coppersmiths 21 to 15 Firemen, Hist class 21 to :s Firemen, second class 21 to 35 Coal passers 21 to 33 Apothecaries 21 to 2S Ship's cooks, fourth class 18 to SO Musicians, Ilrst class 21 to "5 Musicians, second class 21 to ,3 Iluglers 21 to 35 Painters 21 to 33 A candidate for enlistment as a ma chinist must be a machinist by trade, must know the names and uses of the various parts of marine engines nnd boilers, and must lie able to perform work with various tools In a machine shop, Including bench work. He must bo able towrite legiblyand must under stand arithmetic. MGETINO OF HOSPITAL DIRECTORS. Passed Resolution 011 the Death ot . T. Sin (Hi. At a special meeting of the board of directors of Lackawanna hospital, held this evening to take action on the de parture of Mr. W. T. Smith, the fol lowing resolutions were udopted: Whereas, I hiving heard with tho most profound regret of the death of our co. director, Mr. William T. Smith, It Is there, foro Resolved, Rowing In submission to tho will of an all-wise Providence, we wish to attest to our Inte companion's great worth to this Institution. Mr. William T. Smith Iibm held the position of director of the Lackawanna hospital for twelve years, aud during that time he has proven himself a most efllclent mun for tho po sition, at all times giving of his means, tlmo and ability for the furtherance of lis Interests. While we will miss his ad vice, his noble self-sucrlllce, and his loy. alty to tho work, we will always hold In grateful memory his genial and master mind among us. Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes and a copy Bent to his sorrowing family. MALARKEY'S WAY OF OPERATING He Cut Lead Pipe In Dulldlnga and Carried It Away. SOLD PIPE TO JUNK DEALERS Yoitcrdnv (Jcorgo Korl and Joint Ilcnneimitli Cnmnlnlucd to tho I'oltco About Depredations In Tliolr Saloon, nnd This Led tu the Arrest oT .llnlmkoT, "ho Admitted That Uo H'ni tho Culprit-. Ite Ilns Ileon In llio Tolls llelorc. A young but hopeless local crook, while operating n novel, but remunera. tlvo kind of crime was caught yester day by the police. His name la Patrick Malarkey. Ho had been stripping lead plpo from the plumbing of saloon closets and cellars und selling his plunder to Junkmen nt 2 cents per pound.' Early in the afternoon complaint wns made to tho police by Georgo Kerl und John Hennermuth, whose saloons are on Linden street und Penn avenue re spectively, that their places had been tloodcd through tho cutting nwny; ot lead pipe In the closets. While a search tor tho guilty person was In progress Patrolman Sloat was told by Lou Hrown that a mnn was In the cellar if her house on Oakford court. The patrolman entered the place and found Malarkey operating ns related on n sink pipe. He wa taken to the'polico station nnd later confessed to being the person wanted for the saloon Jobs. It. a Penn avenue Junk shop Detective Molr and Lieutenant of Police Dipis found two sections of pipe sold bv Malarkey, one of which fitted the plumbing In Kerl's ealoon. Mnrlarkcy will be given a hearing this morning. He is about 26 years old, of good parentage and has resided In the Seventh ward. Ho has bpon arrested for stealing brass from tho Cliff works and a watch from a mnn on Lackawanna avenue, nnd for high way robbery. For stealing the watch he spent six months In Jul!, but es caped prosecution for the other crimes. Scrtiiton Wine nnd Liquor Company. The Scranton Wine and Liquor com pany, under the management ot Jacob XI. Cohen, opened their store yesterday, located at 129 Penn avenue, In tho new Jermyn building. Tho quarters of tho new establishment nre among tho finest In the city, and In every particu lar the fitoro Is adapted for the pur poses. In length the store Is 100 feet and 26 feet in width, with a large sky light which affords plenty of light nnd ventllntlon. The Scranton Wine com pany nre the authorized agents for the celebrated Waldrof whiskey, and prl vate trade will be especially catered to, and nil that can be asked In that line will bo found In detail. A Crnnt Country. It's a great country, James; a great country. I smiled when Mary handed me her month's wages for teaching and told me to go to tho "Five Iirother" for a pair of $1.50 silk top lace shoes. I said nothing but thought it one of her "notions," but sure enough, I got them and at $1.50, too. They had nice ones at $2.00 and still better at $2.50. Only the nobility could wear silk boots, in our day, James. Sure it's a great country. m .Vow Millinery Pntlori. The opening of the millinery parlors of Jtlss S. A. Ward, on ..ashington avenue, occurred yesterday, and will bo continued today. The large attend ance of the ladies of Scranton and vicinity demonstrated that tho ex quisite array of Parisian millinery dis played by MIfa Ward was a novel fea ture, anxiously awuited for. Miss Ward Is also the only milliner in the city showing parlor millinery. The "Hub !.' ill' the Itmicli. Patent leathers, vlcl lclds, black calf, russets, chocolate and English enam els, we offer to gentlemen who wish to dress well. Prices run from $2.00 to $4.00. The best sellers, the "babies," of this dainty bunch of beauties are the $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 goods, ull widths, nil sizes, at the C Drothers' Dig Cash Store. Scrnnlon Itiiiinens College. If you havo not yet seen a copy of the new Journal call at. tho ofllce or write for It. This contains special tui tion rates for spring and summer nnd much other interesting information Oilce open Saturdays. American Homilies. Fresh, fine nnd cheap, today only. Call nnd see these. O. R. Clark & Co. 201 "Washington ave. Lots. LiiIk. Lot. Ten lots at half-price, if you build at once. Tripp Farm Plot. .llunsey, McCiure, Century for April. Beldle man, 437 Spruce. Scrnnlon Itimneit College. Special tuition rates for spring nnd summer months. .11 it i n e Souvenirs. Reldleman, tho Bookman. Coursen's Print Butter 25 Per lb The butter commends itself to every one who wants the best. Re ceived fresh daily. We' do not of fer it in competition with "tub but ter" printed and sold by many dealers as fresh butter. We were obliged to disappoint many cus tomers Thursday, but can supply all demands from this date. E. Q. Coursen Wholesale mid Retail. "HOME DRESSMAKING" FREE. VALUAOLB ji-PAUn HOOK OIVHN PRUH TO OUR RDADCRS. An Bxpsrt Dressmaker Tells How to Mike Over and Re-Color Old Dresiet, Wraps and Other Clothing In the Latest Styles to Look Like New-IVnctlcal Instructions That Will iave Money In Any Home. It Is astonishing how llttlo money nnd work are required to make fashionable, up to date gowns nnd wraps from last year's enst-ort clothing, If ono only knows how. "Homo Dressmaking," Is a 32-phkc book, written by an expert dressmaker, that gives pictures of fnshlonabto dresses, wrnps, nnd coats for women und children, imd tells Just how they can bo mnde from old garments that aro faded, unrashlon nblo in color, or out of stvie. Tho Scranton COUPON. Fend tills with n 'J. cent "tump to W'c'M, Itlclmrrticm A Co., lltirlln ton, Vt, ami and recelvo free, by mall, ono copy of Home Dreimiiuiclng' Tribune made special arrange ments with tho publishers to give the book free to any of Its rend ers who send tho coupon with a 2 rent stamp to .. Wells, lllchnrd- fon & Co., Burlington, Vt. Tho edition Is limited, nnd nny one who wants tho book should send nt once, Specinl Inhibition nnd sale of Arnold's Knit Specialties for children's and women's wear. You are Invited to Inspect these sensible articles. Every woman should be In terested. Demonstrator this week nt Daliy Bazaar, C12 Spruce street. Iti'iNiiinii. Dally. Weekly, Monthly Newspapers nnd Mngnzlnes, Books nnd Stationery, Fine Cigars, 403 Spruce street. t..tl. - .,.. .,.-. liiiiw ,lir Jiuilllltril to the public schools tho first week In April without permits. After tho first week In April nil pupils who wish to enter tho public schools are compelled, by 11 resolution of the hoard, to obtain permits Issued at the superintendent's olllce. What Cnn It lief Is the title of our Easter Panel, given to every purchnser all next week from April 4th to 9th Inclusive. See them in our window. Grand Union Tea Co., 311 Lackawanna avenue, and 116 and 118 South Main avenue, Hyde Park. Scranton lltislnoss College. Many have nlready taken advantage of the special rates for spring and summer months. A large number of teachers will enter this month. Dr. Oonnell Unmoved. Dr. A. J. Connell has removed to tho new Connell building, Washington nve nuo. His Building Boom. Take a walk to Tripp Farm Plot, then buy. Itnngcs 912.50, 911.50, 610.50. Oil and Cas Stoves. Battln's, 126 Penn avenue. Ifnlqun Easter novelties. Beldlemnn,137 Spruce. BEST SETS OF TEETH. $8, Including tlio painless extracting ot teetb by an entirely new process. S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S., 331 Spruce St, Opp. Hotel Jermyn. r ving M Today is moving day for several hundred pairs of Lace Curtains which came to us in Kerr's Curtain Stock These are odd curtains. Only two or three pairs of a kind. They've been cut to half price, except in a few instances. None cut less than a third. That's why they're go ing to move today. 75 Pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains 35c to 75c a pair. Worth double. Irish Point Lace Curtains These are beauties and formerly sold from $3.50 to $10. Moving Price $2 to $5. Curtain Poles The cut in Curtain Poles keeps company with the Curtain cut, All grades are less than usual. We sell a 5-foot pole complete with brass trimmings as low as 12Jc. TABOURETTES CUT TO 503. sebecker & Welkin 406408 Lacka. Ave. HI to 140 Meridian Street.Hcrantoii, 1'u. Tclopliono tij-j BURNING, LUBRICATING AND CYLINDER OILS. PAINT DEPARTMUNT Unseed Oil, Turpentine, Wlilti- ld. O04I T,r Pltnrt VrnUh. Iiryer. JupanBUdHlUuKleatalB. GRAND ill TODAY. Bauer's Orchestra will ren der the following programme at 2.30 o'clock this Saturday afternoon : March, Garten Vcrin... .Bcissner Overture, Morning, Noon and Night Suppc Medley, A Pleasant Evening Beyer Waltz, Tout Paris.... WaldcnfcJ Selection from Traviata. .. .Kcrdi March, Stars and Stripes For ever Sousa Gavotte Natalie Macy Selection, Lucrezier Borgia Donezettc March, My Honey Girl. .. .Davis .'ISIIIIIIItllBIIIIIIISIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIIII' . ..... M . 2 ' S 5 Have you seen it? What? The It is a beauty. Look it over. I know it will please 5 you. Nothing but the best s material used, and put to- s gether by mechanics. Enam- H eling and nickel-plating a 5 specialty. The best equipped E repair shop in the state. 5 Scranton ...$35 and $50 5 Sterling 60 " 75 5 Stearns 50 " 75 Fentons... . 50 " 75 5 Headquarters for Iron and Staal, Wagonmakers' and Blacksmiths' Supplies. 12(i and 123 Franklin. r. niiiiiiiiinisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin? ? i oay 1 1 M SAY, BOYS, SCMTON ra I H II1UU.IIU UIIUVM 320 Lackawanai Ave, Scranton Pi Wholesale nnd Uatnll DRUGGISTS, ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD. FRENCH ZINC. Ready fllxcd Tinted Paints, Comcnlcnt, Kconomtcal, Durable Vnrnlsh Stains, riocluclngl'crfect lmltntlonofKxpotulYt Woodi. Reynolds Wood Finish, Ktpcclnlly Designed tor Iiimds Work. Marble Floor Finish, Durable and Drlei (tuloUly. Paint Varnish and Kal sominc Brushes. PUR: LINSSE9 OIL AND TURPENTINE. EASIER NECKWEAR In All tlio Newest Btylci. Hand & Payne 203 Washington Ave. AOCNTS FOR KNOX HATS. tAAAAAftA Food No one doubts that good bread, by enriching the blood, building up the system and strengthen ing the general health, makes good brain food. The only trou le is. people do not eat enough GOOD bread of the hind that is made of "Snow White" Flour. This (lour is made of the best part of the best wheat. All the indigestible part of the wheat is taken out but all the nutri tious part is retained. It Is the kind ol Hour YOU ought to use. Tr It. Sold by all grocers. "We Only Wholesale It." THE WESTON MILL CO Scranton, Curbondale, Olyphant. K I KIMBALL PIANO L L Great musicians use Klmballa. Tho testimony ot musicians who command a salary ot from 1,000 to $2,000 for each performance must be accepted as hav ing weight. They, at least, escape the charge of not knowing what they aro talking about. Lillian Nordlca says: "The more I use my Kimball piano tho better I like It." Jean Do I'.eszUe says: "Wo have concluded to purchase Kim ball piano3 for our personal use." John Philip Sousa claims: "Tho Kimball piano is first-class in every respect." Soma ot the most beautiful cases in walnut, mahogany and oak can be seen here. I have soma fine large pianos, all colors, from (250 to 5330, on easy terms, and a term of lessons free. Georgo II. Ives, 9 West Market street, Wllkes-Barre, general agent: W. 8. Foote, local agent, 123 Page Place. GEORGE II. IVES, General Agent, 0 West Market Street, Wllkes-Barre. W. S. FOOTE, Local Agent, J 'J J ragol'luce, Seruutou, l'j, SOUND ARQUflENT. BARBOUR'S HOME GREDITHOUSE 1 the place to eet our Furniture; wo can pay a llttlo every month aud have ths roocIi nil the time wa are paying for thani, and tliat'i where we're going, ivyAZ?r3W 425 LACKAWANNA AVE.