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"I' f" - .,' ' 10 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1901'. "HiHf"H ,V-.1 u: V I-' V NEWS OF THE LABOR WORLD QUARTERLY CONVENTION OF THE MINE WORKERS. It Will Bo Held on Jfuvuniy nt Edwardsdnlo Long Standing Strike at the Lnce Mills In Wilkes Bane Has Been Settled The V., h. & W. Board for Today Conductor John Flnnerty Has Recovered from His Recent Illness To Manufac tute Match Vending Machine. The followhiK full has lif-en IhmipiI for the quurtfily t-on volition of Dlvitlct No, 1, United Mini- WoikiTM of Amer ica, which will he held In KdwiudH dnlo, LuKPrno county, .Intimity 14: To 1li( Officer snd Mrnilwn "I Iv-al t"iilnn, Orootlnsi in au-nulimr with tin- iraiilar ipiar Irr fnnvpntinn, inn mi 1 it l tl notified lh.it rrRiihr romriillon of lilrhl No, I will I'" lilil In l.'duarihulilr, I.iimhp iinnl, IM mni' nifiicinir 10 b, ni .Ijii. II, I'ml. I!il "I irpri-. vntnllnn will lr iiik nli fir ri.rj flfl.v inftiihor. In roihI riniitlliif. m total IkitliiK lc linn fifty l rhillloil In otu ilili2,ilr, Doldjitm will enmc Iti.ltni Ird to wlr mi th Mlonlne ipiiMloii'. hirli nrr f cum! linp.nl utirc: Hip geiiiT.il rrtUlttn of Ii.i-I.imk .oid rojitll tut ton. J-Tup .lilopt ! n nf n gem I si uiikinv uul. "-'Ilii ,iilutinn nf ii tuilfnriii Itillliiliiii fn. 'Ilnp itit-ttioiit will h iri-ti'iithrtith-tl In tin1 torn nil Inn lln i-milli ki.iid, iml It U by thnr Itittim ,.i.i, jmi ,.i, l.ui .il.i.l to nunc pupnit-d tu mpU' i'ii tin"' . IIM ll.pPl Ifullw, ( T. I) Mihfdl", I'roiilint. J. T, lltiuptpy, mft.iri N. R.' WHH'l.llll- ll'(il llllil( i.t lhl v ill c.ill pppl.il iiipi'IIiii;, pioWdrd mi irsiilir ini-i-tlni: will lit Ik 1.1 Ix-twrm tin t lino i.f It. uiiipl .iml tlnn rl fur i-nmr-iitlnn, in nrJi r Hill ilumali" tiuv If ilpiti'tl. Any hu il hi irii-nn fur ili.tilii r n.itiiiiMl T upll.i I ii will net lc inlltliil tn iipicuildtlon. ccirpt.iili" ulll ii'iimi ilupllinli' iipilotitlaN at cunri .ii llocflllp. End of the Trouble. The illiiiculty v. hlrlt li.m i-xNti'd nt IV- Valley I.nrp iiiIIIk. nt VilUs M.iitp, for nlno months punt, liptwom the coiniiuuy mill tin- miiiloyc-i. lim Iippu iiiutralily tidjiiKtoil. tuid thp mill will iptmie opfi atlmm ulth thp ulil force this nioi iiIiik. TIip M'ttlpnii'iit iy the rpxiilt of n. iinfcrpiipc between lit. oxecutlvo lio.ild of the Aimilmiintitetl Associa tion of T.ace Mal;pf of Ameilca, anil ?. ootmnlttee from the Central Labor union, of tltl.i city, on the one side; n.nl John 'I. I.pmilinn, esq. and Su pprintoiulenl .1. C. Atliln, of the other. The settlement wni llnnllj cffpct"l ypstculay nfternoon, anil whllp both stiles hic juifectly .satlslled, neither claim a victory. XuKotltttlnnx for a M'ttlemeiit were biotiKht abuut by the Central Labor union, of 'Wllkc.s-llarrp. Boaid for Tday. Today's D L. anil W. board Is as follows: Tuesday, (.v eai' l)ii, J.t'iuiry 1. wimi cats i:sr. C p. tn. T. .T. Tlioinp'-oii. ft ji. in. .1. 1 1 1 lints in. 11. JO p. ni.-O. It.imlolpli. iilnpili, Jan. 2. WILD OATS HAM'. 12..-.0 a II. -A. I'. Mullen. :l t. in. .1. njrl.;. a. m. It. Cutmr. i a. ni.-P. CIllikMii. t! t. m. W. I). Waifil. a. M. J. (iirrlt, 10 J. vi. C. V. Dunn. Il.:t0 a. m. Hoo, with .1. I. IMiuV mni. 1 p. m. J. .1, Murriy. Willi MiDoiiiifll' mm. 2 p. in. W. A. Iliillinloincn. ".4i i. in. I'itncrrjM. t.4" p. in. 1). W.illirp. suMJins. r.ro .S0 a. m.t vpt O. rrounfelltr. 11 ii. in., wen W. II. NIclioli. 2 p. in., wt .1. Oarrl?it. 1 p. in., wit I. Mosicr. J p, tn,, e.ift II. (iilllgat:. 7 p. in., wtt from Cijiiri MiLartr. 7 p. Hi., wwt from Cifiij;.! ttlnle.i. 7 i. in., cast from Kay Aiia; 11. Unity. PULir.lt. Ill a. in. A. ft. Staplr. rusiicRs. a. in. llou-r. ll.'ii) u. in. Moi .in. 7 p. m. Murpliy. 0 p. in. I.ampiuff. PAssr.sciun iixgint.s. 7 . in. Oaffney, 7 a. ni. SlnRcr. .1 'Ji p. m. Stanton. 7 p. in. Magotem, WILD CATS WI.ST. 4 a. in. 3. CiKtolln. 5 a. in. .1. II. MaMi'H, with .T. II. McCuim'ii imn 10 .1. in. A. II. Kctiluin. 12 a. m. II. liiobliiK, with rtiiilj men. 1 p. in. .1. i:. Mitir. ,2 p. m. C. Klngl :t p. m. I. Oatanauiili 4 i. in. O. T. fitail(i. 5 p in. Klibr, with . ti. IliiiiinlllV uim. it p. 111. C. JUrtliuloiiien. 7 p. in. II. hinltli. .NOTIfi: Ural(inn I.lii'-olu Hale will go uut with J. flitrlly ntt tiip. This and That. The double tracks have been opened asaln for tralllc over the llackunsack bridge, which wete undergoing rs. pairs. It. Knicst Coinegys, K. 0. Haskell, .1. 15. Pleminlng and F. P. Ford, of tnis itv, have formed a company for the manufacture of u new nutth vending machine, ciiiiltellssed at $10, OOo, the stock of which has all been hubscrlbod. All of the Lackawanna, Delaware and Hudson, Jersey Central, Outfit lo and "Western and Kile and Wyoming Valley rallioad olllces were closed yes terday, and the olllclals and cletks en Joyed the day In rest, pleasure and recreation. Supedlntendent Kutchatu complalm that there Is an unnecessary amount of whistling done In moving tialns out of Newark. Thiglnenieu ate te qucsted to whistle only when neces sary and not ptolong the blast of thu whistles needlessly. Conductor John Plninniy. of the Lackawanna railroad pay train, who haH been conllned to his home in Dun more by Illness for several days, was atotind the station yesterday wishing everybody a hapy new year, and In turn receiving congtatulntlous upon his recovery. Lackawanna train No. 3, due In this city at 1:35 p. nt.. was considerably delayed In Its arrival, owing lo the discovery of "hot wheels" on the dining car. Tho diner had to be cut out and another car substituted to ac commodate the through passengers, who took their meals on the train. Independent window glass manu fntturcrs, Including more than forty iimnufactuiPiv, havo organised the Independent "Window Glass company, with a capital of JSO0.00O, under the laws or New Jersey. C. I Cole, of Laueastpr. I)., will bo president; L. S. Cuniilngliain. f Pittsburg, vice presi dent, and Ue'irso Hchlostejn, of Brad ford, Ph., bocretary and treasurer. Tho new company will dispose of ihn product of tho Independent factories. The organization will bo a competitor of the American "Window Glaus com pany. Klfty-trip ticket No. 707, Issued In favor of V. H. Olonler, between Uoon ton and Now York, has been lost, and also quarterly pass No. 1112, In favor of three men on the Moirls and Essex division, sood between station and sta tion. If presented please take up and return to .Superintendent c. H. Ketch am. Wotk was alHO suspended In many of the compiles, mines, mills and shops In the city and suburbs. The traffic on the tallroads was very heavy, par ticularly on the Delaware and Hud son, ovsr which road special trains wcie run to accommodate the, people Who attended the dedication of a church nt North Hcranton. The American Tlrldfto company has a contract to furnish to thi Com pngnle des Chcmlnt de Per tie I'orto Ulct,tlwo lll.l foot spans for the Mana tl river bridge. Potto Hleo. The com pany has also taken a contract for 111 if" litiRo viaducts on the ChlcaRO. ItiiilliiKton and Qttlncy rallioad and Is hulldliiK a .100 foot dinw-span for th same companj. The Hoek Island inllio.ul has alo placed a contract for .t.r.oo tons of material to be deliver ed iliirlttK 1901. Anions other lnrgn contracts Is lite stiitcttirat steel work for the new foutteeii-lnch continuous mill for the Caineulc Steel company at lite liuquesne steel works. The lhitTalo, nnchester and PI ts bttip rallioad has placed a larije or der with the Murrain Poifie company, or lltilfnlo, N. Y for apparatus for Its shops at Dtt Hols, Pa., compilsln? two 170-Inch thiec-(ii.trter housing ft.nf. with 9 by 10 Inch hoilzontnl cjii ter ciaiil; dhect connect Itif; englros, and HJ7-' feet of lliiffalo fan system heater for hoatlnc the lound house, one llO-ludi three-itiaiter housing Inn. with illrcct-ionnpcted S bv S horl Kontnl eiiKiuc and heater. Then? Is nbo Included the Installatloii of lluf lalo iloxwi-dtaft Ioikcs, tiiRelher with a No. 7 H volume blower nnd a 70 Ii'ch pl.'iiiliiK-mlll exhnttster for the foif.e shop. ( EFFICIENTLY CONDUCTED. Uncle Sam's Business If. Handled with Exceptional Fidelity. W. i:. Ctirln III tin? liiiauo ltfionl The other day I was telling you about the aceuiacy. honesty and caic that had been exhibited dining the last year In handling the malls, and how bill ions of dollars of money had passed through the flneets of the postofllce ciciks without thp loss of a copper. Hut that state of affalis Is not peculiar to the posioillce department. You can boast or the tieasuty. tin: war and navy depatttnunts and all the other blanches or the government for tho same leuson. Take the collection of customs, for example, and the Intel mil revenue taxes and you will find upon examination that tho financial affairs of the government nie conducted with an economy and nn honesty that Is far bejond that of the average commeiclal establishment or manufactoty. The popular Imptesslnns created by par tisan speakeis during the 'ampalgn Is fai different. People generally believe that the af fairs of the federal government aie managed with extravagance nnd are "honeycombed wi'h coiiuptlon." That Is a favorite expiesslon of the cam paign oiatois of the opposite patty. Hut theio weie no defalcations or losses under the government last year, no scandals except that of the Cuban postolTlce, where Mr. Neely was unable to resist temptation and .Mr. Itathboiu was guilty of extravagance, which ho imitated from tho Spanish olllclals who had preceded htm. Itathbone m not so wicked as he was foolish. He learned that the olllclals in Havana under Spanish domination sent their bills to the government trensuty and he did the same NeelyV olftnt was clean stealing. Hut those wete the only cases of the yeat, and, on the other hand, there wete icmaikiiblc exhibi tions of confidence In public olllclals, the letting of the armor-plate ion tract!;, for example, where Admiral O'Nell of the navv handled between $00,000,000 and $70,000,0(10 without any bond without any one to vouch for his lutegtlty, without any safeguard other than the teputatlou of a bluff old sailor who has alvas done honor to the tfovorumont and his ptofesslon. There weie otliet cases In the navy not so conspicuous, pei haps for Ad mit al O'NellV iccotd In handling the armor-plate contract Is without 11 par allel. Admiral Htadford of the buieau of equipment handles millions of dol lars without any bond or suiety. Din ing' the war with Spain of all the money expended by the nay depart ment and the war department not a dollar went wioug. ' Last year It cost tlitee-tenths of 1 per cent, to collect the revenues of this government fioni customs, which In cludes the losses as well as the salailes and other expenses. In thy lutein, tl tevenue buieau It cost 1.5S pel cent, lo collect SL'td 000.000, which also Includes nil losses as well as expenses of everv de.-ciintlon. 1 do not think theie ate any pilvate establishments or coipor atlons In the miliary with a better teconl, ADVERTISED LETTERS. I.UI ut lttnn iiiii..lniiii: iiuialliil Tin at 1 lie Siiaiitou pu.ti.ftin', Lin Law a 1111 1 ioiint,. Pa , .Ian. 2, ll'OI. 1Vini.il, tailing f.i llicv Mliis ulil plui.i- say .iihoitliil ami k'lvc tl.ate i ll-l. Ili.i II. ItlppU', pominaiitir: Moie il Ii AliiuM, "PliiiiinliuM" cil; WIJ. liam 11. Aiimlil. Ml. M. K. Ilnki. Mlim I.. II, C'hJililiiii. Ml-. II. (IdiiiHi., Mm .1. 11, (ui)ill, Ml'. II111.1 tliil., John lonUlin, .lack Conway, IMci C11I11I. Iliu'un ('ipn. SKiiur Pi'Wiit. I.. A. i.iii.iIiiii, . I. Duff.i, lljny (I. Ilu'iil, . II, I1.UHI1, . II, lljiili, vti W. 1. D1I.11.H, WIIHjim liilhu, IIjiiUI M. DivIj, (In, I'laml- Dunn. Hit. Sir. Kj-i, Mm. .! nnlo Kilvllt. William Kikcnl, I. M, l'mii. C'harliH (ifaty. KM lloKan, .losoph ll.iuiiil, tl II llolliuii, W S. ILinluiik, MI-m lln.i' 1.. IIiiiii.'.mi-. I. 0. .loiiw, l up .loin i, J. i-ln-i Joliiuoli, Mali 0111 JohiiM'ii, lalwin .IfWi II. 1IIh Jllnntn Kiuip, William Kiauer, William Kclpir, IIUI1111I (. Kll.iin, Mlvi Mary Killc, p.nkjmr. JII4 Noima IdiiiliKliui', Ml Marj II. I.illigeti. Klinlwr C. McWIIIlains I, ) John Jldljlr, Mlsi llaitaia JUOiiitKM, Mlii .Maine Mitlcuy, II. W. M.mniMii, Jll4 Ulhrl Moul.on, Mi. Jlalian, Jnhanii.i Mijri. Mrx. I'.inilllif .Voilliup. i:. I'hllllp.'i, MUi hnphlo Pilot-. A, Stall, P. Mirf ili-lil, Mlm Laura Maile, pjcl. am-. Ml.n Awilo Timlin, Illthanl Vniiglian, Mm. (iooiifp Van Scli ulrr, Ainey b. Wuttttr, Jlr. Kullc H'ulklna, Jlrf, Grorge Wilton. West Scianton Station. Mls Mary Arnold, 711 Iljnon ilteet: lh. .1, A. Crawford, 24 & Main ttirrt; Mr, T. liraki', II. E. Hill, Joseph Klllar.. Ml llampOui ttrfct; Mlse Emin bamb, Mrt. Marcard, Kjiiou btrerti KicVlel 11. Pettm, Mlti JI. Kelt, (Irorgu hcliup. pell, 727 Fellowi itreets JIr. John Snover, 1102 I'rl(r) ttrrtti Mix Iuli iSmilh, (lattlrld airmii', 11. Villon, 12V GarflolJ Tinui Tho.. (' White. a.t a 4t 4- -f 4-4- t rws f a a Has Points of jThe Jewettsn&ni mMimmh Writes nnd shades seventy-five letters to the line. Writes sti night on ruled lines. Hns automatic type-denning brush. The best manifolder and stencil maker. I'he lightest touch and least fatigue. The JKWE.T ball-bearing carriage "beats the world.' The JliWKTT liner is easily the most clever device of its Kind. The JliWHTT is modern, up-to-date, simple, convenient, du rable and rapid. Machines Placed on Trial JEWETT No. 10 Has Ninety-Two Distinct Characters. Eight Jlore Than Any Other Standard Hachine. D. W. WAGNER, 215 Hoard of Trade TELEPHONE 2492 .... I HE CGl.CBRATED QORUON PIANO S3 I3SII ItH rosisssasTTy Ti 7s5?iwS--T5sW i j - w 1 m kiiSTT ni : L GORDON' f r':J Before buying, bend for catalogue. H. S. GORDON, i.W Piftlt Ave, New Vork City, EUGENE FIELD'S POEMS A $7.00 BOOK Tin-: iiook oft ie 1 ftittirj.llanil Miinely I ins tl'.itcil li lull t..o of tliu V111 Ill's tirvut- Given Free to eaih prr.011 lntrrit til in suhti'rlhtn,; lo Hit lluieno I'li-hl JIoiiii. mtiit SouMiilr I'miil. t-uhvi llif anv am unit ilexli eel. Subvcriptlom ni low a 51 Oil will en ltle ilonur lo lilt dali.t lly artltlo toliiine. "I'lut.ll I lJWIIUS" (iloth Imam), Sll), ai a reitlllcatc of buhtti p Hon to (iiml. Uook ii.nluiiK a m-lirtloii of er-t AttiMK, I'lctct m tict ami Hunt reprem-ntatlNe wmks ami in uaily for ill- Iln-ry Hut lor the iioImV lonlritiitlon of thj Korlil'4 k'trntost aitl.U thU hook could not lie lien maiiiifartuiril for leM than 7 00, Hip Kuril trratul h ilhlil.-d npujiy ,c. twun I ho family ol tin- lato lliceiu- PlilJ ami Hi" I'miil for tlic lnilMlntr of a uionu. nn tit '" lh" ii'.-nioiy of the Ix-lunU poet (it ( liH'J',li'"il AillllfoJ l.'iiir.'iiJ l-'icl I .V(iiiiiin:nt ouvenelr Pnnil Chicago, t II Mm alw with to scnl posts', cncloie 10 (iiiti M Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor and Manhood Cum Impotciicy. Night Hnil wlous, Loss of Mom, ory. nn wituin; ilin-ui-i-s, all clloctn of rtIf-iiliiiM in vxvcii nnd linllrfcri-tliin. 60 PILLS BO CTS. ii nerve tonlo and blood builder, lirlnpa the nlnL cluw tn ntiln rhpnvrf lOiil r.ktnrna Ilia Sllrn of yiiutli. lly mnll ROa nor lioir. ti Iioxph fur 82.00, with our bankable gaurantea to euro or refund the money paid, bono for circular ami copy of our buiikitljlo rfuurnuteo lioud, NervitaTahletsZ"! (vr.Li.ow LAiicD Immediate Results PotJtholy Ruarnntcoil euro for Low of Power, nrkocolo, Undovolopod or Shrunken OreiitM, lureli, Loi-omntor Atnxiu, Nt-noim I'roktrn tlou, Ilyatorhi, ITU, Insiiiilty. ParulyHix uml the Itesulti of Kirejilvri Un of Tohnrro, Opium or Liquor, By ronll in plain pnckno.81,00 u box, 0 for 80.00 with our bankable truar antoe bond to cure in UO days or refund money paid. Addrctu NERVITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton & Jnckoon Sts CHICAGO, ILL. Eold by McGarrafe & Tliomni, Drui Sliti,S09 Lackuwftcra ave., Bcrunton, ?a. M WQ. i t vw a "atsj: . f and Other Makes Talen J SCRANTON, l-A S"A ea 1 n ot two t.- fp il.ij' ihnatlon, aic otic led by the TO Norfolk, Ua. Old Point Comfort, Ua. Richmond, Ua. Washington, D. C. Steamers bail ililly except Sunday fiom Pier 20, North lliter, foot of Hiii.li street, New Vork. Ticket. Indudiiitf meub, and stateroom accom. modatlons ?ia,U0 and upward. For lull Intonnation apply to OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. 81 Beech Street, New York, N. Y. 11.11. WU.KUt.Traf.llKr. J.J.UHOWN.C.P A. i Strong Nerves arc the true source of good, healthy appearance. Person;! with half-starved nerves nU wayi look worried aud 'Uragsediut." You cannot be happy without nerve vigor; you cannot be natural without all the powers which uaturc meant you to have. produce a healthful clow which art cannot imitate. They Invigorate every organ, put new force to the nerves, elasticity to the step and round out the face aud form to lines of health and beauty, 11.00 tier box t fl boxes (with written guarantee), j."00. Hook free. I'eax. Medicine Co., Cleveland, Ohio. For ale li.v John II. I'lielia. Pharmacist, corner Wyunilwr ammo at.d Kprui. street. The Dickson MiMiiiructurlns Oo. tcmuton and WlUuvnarrt, t'J. MaiuifaoUiror of LOCOMOTIVOS, STATIONARY EN0INES lioilcrs. HolitlngsndPunipIni M.clilntry. General Ofnce. Bcranton. Psw Short ps DOMINION CoMoflj2dWallac GCRANTON'S SHOPPING OE1VTER. Sale of Ladies' ere are consolation prices for those who, for one reason or another, failed to procure new Winter Jackets. There are about two hundred and fifty which are to go at greatly reduced prices. All in most recent styles. For Instance At $6.50, Jackets Worth $8.00 to $10.00. At $800, Jackets Worth $10.00 to $12.50. At $10.00, Jackets Worth $12.50 to $15.00. At $12.50, Jackets Worth $15.00 to $20.00. .Equally good fortune for those seeking finer garments. There are lots of fine Cloth and Velour Jackets worth from $25.00 to $50.00. These also will be sold at re duced prices. CONNOLLY & STATEMENT OF THE OF SCRANTON. United States Depositary. At the close of business Dec. 13. 1900. RESOURCES. Loans tind Investments $3,175,478.36 Banking House 38,000.04 Cash nnd Reserve. .. . 530,870.10 S3,750,057.10 LIABILITIES. Capital S 200,000.00 SurphiB 500,000.00 Undivided Profits . . . 57,005.20 Circulation 100,000.00 Individual Deposits . . 2,415,530.08 U. S. Deposits 422,720.30 Duo to Banks 54,785.53 83,750,057.10 WILLI M (OWIILL, I'lttlilenl. UUMtV IIKI.IN", JIL, Vlifl'iii-lileiit. WILLIAM II. riX'K. t.ahler. Lager Beer Brewery MninirriCturcrs or OLD STOCK PILSNER t. llJlilOu I o oUlId .?tSSL. SCRANTON. PA Teloplioiu Cull, 2.WJ. THE 100SIC POWDER CO. Uooms l aua2, Cora'lth B'l'd'g. BCRANTON, PA. lining nnd Blasting POWDER Mud atMooslo and Rusalal WorXs. LAPLIN RAND POWDER CO, '3 ORANGE QUN POWDER Beotrlo Batteries, Uleotrla Kxplodsri, zplodlng blasts, fiaf.ty Vuss an 1 Reiauni Chemical Ca's BXpUHvea Jackets WALLACE, tH-H-H-f -M-t-f H-f - 3$ w Curtain News Shrewd buyers will take advantage of the special price"? made on our entire Lace Curtain Stock. Many small lots at a fraction of their real value. 0 I FURNITURE COVERINGS - COUCH COVERINGS i f 4 4 I ARTISTIC J I HIGH-GRADE BEDDING I 4 4 WI LLI AflS & ricANULTY LEADERS IN CARPETS, WUL PAPER, DRAPERIES, 129 Wyoming Avenue fH-H.t-f-H-H-f M"H"H"H- Heating Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Oil Stoves, Gas Stoves, HofUfatir li8flt8rSi Ii :.J27 PENN AVENUE. OR. DBNSTRN, 311 Spri'ce ',r",' Seran: ton. Pa. II Xute an-l Chronic Diseases ol Men, Woimn an i Children. ConsultaMonanil sxamlnatton lre. Olllce Hoars Oslly aud bunday S a. m. to p p. m. Jf "" ?ti) i rm. f lISl jns&A J KsJolofTLsr " HHssViffHM KMm(WiEMLffkt(ir y 127 AND 129 WASHINGTON AVENUE tM - M"Mt - f Lace 4 FURNITURE. i I HEAVY DRAPERIES I - -K-HHHWMM IHMIMtf ooooooooooooooooo 0 e COLD WAVE Good skating New Year's day. Our store will be open tntil 12 a. in. today for the accomodation of skaters and others Skates sharpened while you wait. Florey & Brooks g 211 Washington Ave, ooooooooooooooooo HENRY BEL1N, JR., General Agent for ths Wyomlsf UUttict lor DUPONT'S POWDER. Ulnlne. nisitlnc, Fportlnc, Emokelna sn h HepauDO Lhcmlcsl Company's Hig;h Explosives. Estrty I'uxf, Cjp snd Ksploders. Room tOl Poo-1 nell Uulldint, 8troton. AURXCIKSi TIIOS. roiti) PttUtonl JOHN II. SMITH Ic SON riynouthi W, K. UU1.LIQVN WilktsBsnsI . j-yfei;A SkTi .