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THE SCRANTOX TRUTH, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, A,P E I L"l 2, 1905. J." IFdDTO FEME PECML IPMSE 10 Bl t ' 1 "I : 1 r J J J 1 !! rt ine second announcement 01 votes ior oui - oi - xown oiuestaous in ine uuin s 45,5uu.uu popular popular Contest is made to - day. While the interest is widespread, Candidates should remember that there are only four days more in which to win THE FOUR SPECIAL PRIZES. The Contestants cxre so even in the running that but little effort is needed on the pdjt of any one to forge aJiead and win the highest number of voter by 10 o'clock Saturday night. Remember, that TWO of these special prizes - m a win a prize, NEW PRIZES ON EXHIBITION. ehould see the SPECIAL PRIZES which will be awarded to the four candidates candidates having the largest vote at 10 p. m. Saturday. Two of the prizes arer A cut glass water set, conkisting of a Dorflinger water pitcher, six Libbie glasses and a splendid 16 - inch plateau of French bevel edge glass set In quadruple quadruple silver plate. This is one of the most beautiful sets in the city, and is on exhibition in the window of George V. Millar & Co., Washington avenue. Another prize, a gold watch, may be selected from an assortment now on exhibition exhibition at the Bee Hive Jewelry Co. One of these watches will be selected by the winner of a SPECIAL. PRIZE to be awarded Saturday night. These prizes will be on exhibition until the close of the contest, June 3d, nnd will then be delivered with the Grand and District Prizes to the respective respective winners. Don't fail to see' these two prizes, they are as attractive as you can imagine. The other two SPECIAL PRIZES are: First, two round trip tickets to Saratoga, Lake George and the Ad - irondacks with a stop - over to see the New York State Capitol. Second, two round trip tickets to Montreal, Montreal, Canada, with stop - over at Buffalo, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Toronto. District 5. DUNMORE WOMEN. Mrs. A. L. Nolan, 1737 Jefferson... .3020 Elsie Powell. N. Blakely 2430 Mrs. Chas. Flack, Walnut 175 Sallle Gllligan 1340 Marie Bronson, Elm 1120 Mrs. W. F. Gibbons 725 Mary A. McHale, Swartz 620 Kate Corcoran, Dunmore 40 Frank Bingham, Pine 360 Grace Chamberlain, N. Blakely 315 Margaret Relrdon, Elm 245 Mrs. P. F. Reilly, Ward 2Uj Ruby Yost, N. Blakely ISO Delia McDonnell, Smith Court 145 Florence Bruning, BrooK ko Mary Early, E. Drinker 30 Elizabeth Teevan. E. Drinker 15 Kate Connerton, Pine. Mrs. A. R. Snyder. Dudley. Anna McGowan, 346 Chestnut.; f DUNMORE MEN. Charles Savage. Dunmore 2950 Frank Sacco, Dunmore f. ..1665 R. B. Hicks, Dunmore 930 Timothy E. Boland. Chestnut 570 Howard Chamberlain. Erie Office.. 545 Patrick Fahey, Warren 425 Charles Sloat, Pine 420 Frank Marshel. Dunmore 400 John Schleiiz, Pine 330 Stephen Langan, Y. M. I. Rooms.. 260 Prof. Michael Costello, N. Blakely.. 155 M. V. Seekins 340 James O'Boyle, Dunmore 135 Dominick Dempsey, Dunmore 45 Patrick O'Hara, Dunmore 25 Philip Davis. Dunmore 15 Anthony McHale, 247 Elm 10 George Russell. Bloom 5 James Gilmartin, Clay. i John McGlone, Jr., Apple. Austin L. Guftin, 801 Electric. ' Win, Weiduer, 215 Butler. District 6. CARBON DALE WOMEN'. May Moflit, 36 Woodlawn 1150 Mary Barrett, South Side 1035 Eula Carey, Reynshanhurst S60 Maud Stephens, 29 Salem 755 May Horan, 50 Scott 700 May R. Campbell. 120 Canaan 670 Lizzie Murphy, 142 Spring 655 Mrs. J. F. McDonnell, 55 Eighth... 540 Ella Harte, 206 Dunrtaff..' 515 Alice Rashleigh, 36 River 485 Ella Farrell, 70 Pike 405 Jennie Parker, Fallbrook 350 Anna Moran. 156 S. Main 115 Mrs. P. F. Hughes. 69 S. Church.'..'. 35 Helen Meehan, 11 Spruce. CARBONDALE MEN. J. Russell Jones, 33 River 1280 Timothy J. Gilhool, 23 N. Brooklyn.. 1205 Joseph Gleiinon, East Side Park 800 Elmer Brokenshire, 51 Garfield 760 Patrick F. Fox, West Side 705 Charles J. Cavanaugh, 25 Dundaff.. 680 John Brown, 50 Brown 590 Fred Hiller, N. Church 455 Frank McDonnell. 55 Eighth 445 A. R. O'Malley, 283 Pike 415 Oscar Morgan, 95 Seventh 405 Frank Trades. 20 N. Main 395 Claud R. Smith, 141 Park 210 John Hart Burke. 11 South Main.... 205 Ray Burke, 35 Brooklyn 195 Frank Couch, 76 Washington b5 Maurice Murray, 85 S. Main 5i) Rexford Williams, Terrace 15 SCOTTISH RITE Over Two Hundred Were Present at Exercises Last Evening, MANY PROMINENT OFFICIALS' yesterday afternoon and evening in Memorial hall the members of the Keystone Keystone Consistory, Ancient and 'Accepted 'Accepted Scottish Rite Masons, held their sixteenth sixteenth annual reunion. . About 200 were present, including a "number of distinguished Masons from other cities. The rtrest of lionor was James Isaac Buchanan, of Pittsburg, deputy at the state of Pennsylvania, and one of the ...mmnnf Wauinio in ithe country. MASONS REUNION IIIUBL Ul uiiuiibiii. " ' . With bim ww H C. Walker, corn - will positively m be up ana doing. Anthony Hughes. Gordon 5 Fred Lewis, 135 Washington. Dr. Claude Walker. District 7. PITTSTON WOMEN. Margaret Kearney, Pine 1370 Jessie Peck, York 930 Jennie Brown, W. Pittston 865 Mrs. B. J. Conlan. Pittston 715 Eva Brown, W. Pittston 530 Nettie Girigcll, Broad St., Pittston.. 510 Alice McHale, Pittston 410 Elizabeth Blewitt, Pittston 380 Antoinette King, Jr., W. Pittston.. . 340 Anna G. Gibbons. Pittston 265 Mrs. John Bresnahan, Pittston 220 Elizabeth McDonald, W. Pittston.. 190 PITTSTON MEN. William Francis, W. Pittston 1215 Edward Parkman, W. Pittston 950 W. L. Pace, Pittston i.. 720 P. J. Brown, W. Pittston 680 Joseph Loftus, Pitttston 535 John Heffern, Pittston 520 Jas. Conway, Frederick Rd., Pltts'n. 490 P. F. Loftus, W. Pittston 475 Julin Scureman, W. Pittston 345 M. E. Golden, Pittston 295 Henry Roberts, York ave 280 J. A. Cooper, 36 River, Pittston 225 E. 15. Baldwin. Pittston : 210 Albert Enterich, Pittston 185 John J. Hart, Pittston 180 W. H. Gillespie, Pittston 160 A. T. Walsh, Pittston 140 Charles Curry, Pittston 125 Edward Pancoast. W. Pittston .... 85 Alexander Thompson, Pittston 35 M. J. Manley, Pittston 25 District 8. ARARAT. O. F. Potter. Ararat Miss Golda Leach, Ararat 199 105 ARCHBALD WOMEN. Esther Probst, Archbald Maud Kielty, Archbald Margaret Cawley, Archbald .... Anna Kearney, Archbald Mrs. Hannah Cavanaugh Nellie Butler, Archba'd Emily Gildea, Archbald Anna Corcoran, Archbald. 720 580 545 420 410 290 140 ARCHBALD MEN. Henry Myers, Archbald Ernest Buttenburg, Archbald Arthur Bishop, Archbald Frederick Swartztrauber. Archbald. Thomas Kielty, Archbald P. F. Brogan. Archbald Capt. P. J. McAndrews. Archbald.. John J. Dougher, Archbald Joseph Cooliean. Archbald Prof. Michael O'Boyle P. F. Filzpatrick. Archbald. Samuel Kiparolla, Archbald Michael Rupp. 730 680 465 450 371) 325 305 215 370 170 15 CHINCHILLA. C. Gertrude Pease, Chinchilla 565 CLARK'S SUMMIT. Etta Mann, Clark's Summit 785 Anna McCormick, Clark's Summit.. 405 Prof. Fred Greene, Clark's Summit . 950 DALTON. Miss Ruth Boll Miss Venna Tiffany Richard D. Purdon Prof. O. B. Hanyen H. N. Deane. 630 85 DICKSON. WOMEN. Mary James, Dickson Phoebe Caygil, Dickson Margaret Hall, Dickson Anna Grier, Dickson Lena Kerrick, Dickson Josephine Henne, Dickson. DICKSON. MEN. William Williamson, Dickson . Peter Farrell, Dickson James Meelian, Dickson George O'Hara, Dickson. 425 315 115 100 780 535 325 J EKMYN. WOMEN. Myra Hills. Jprmyn Mary Rowland. Jermyn Grace Vail, Jermyn. 435 315 JERMYN. MEiV. Peter Kelley, Jermyn Henry Maxwell, Jermyn ... David Jenkins, Jermyn Henry Brown, Jermyn Richard Walsh, Jermyn ... Harry Freas, Jermyn Arthur Morgan, Jermyn ... .1300 . 925 . 855 . 635 . 95 . 35 5 JESSUP - WINTON. Mary Lawler, Jessup 760 Margaret MeAndrew, Winton 75 marider in chief of the Otseningo lodge of Binghamton. N. Y.: R. W. Meeker, a thirty - third degree Mason from Binghamton, Binghamton, and others. State Deputy Buchanan was met at Wilkes - Barre by a committee comprised comprised of Attorney John F. Scragg, City Solicitor David J. Davis, S. F. York and William Maylin, and escorted to Memorial hall here, where consistoral degrees were conferred on a class of thirty - eight. This lasted until 10 o'clock and was followed by a reception. A banquet was served later in J. D. Williams' dining hall. Former Mayor James Moir was toastmaster, and short ,addresse8 were made by Mr. Buchanan, H. C. Walker and R. W. Meeker, of Binghamton; A. C. Hungerford, of Wilkes - Barre; Geo. C. Forgeot, David J. Davis and Joseph Baumeister, of this city. The committee in charge of the event consisted of Lester Willenby, H. J. Schubert and W. C. Eweeley. Those present were: ' I. H. Aliabach, W. C. Allen, D. B. Atherton, M. D. Edelsohn, M. D. James I. Buchanan, J. F. Baumeister, J. D. Baker, A. J. Baker, Frank Bauer, G. L. Barton. G. R. Barber, J. W. Barnes, C. Balentine, E. V. Beardsley, G W. Beemer, J. J. Billheimer. I. R. Blatner, C. Blumenthal, G. N. Brown, W A. Brightman, It. B. Brockway, A. be won by TWO out - of - town Candidates. B. J. McGurl, Jessup .... Patrick Deane, Winton. John Lally, Jessup. S90 40 MAYFIELD. Amy Williams, Mayfield 1190 John F. Farrell, Mayfield 1145 Patrick Tallet, Mayfield 855 Lillian Greene, Mayfield 755 John Campbell, vMayfleld 290 Mame Gallagher, Mayfield 280 OLYPH ANT. WOM EN. Nettie McDonald, Olyphant .... Mary McGinty, Olyphant Mrs. Wm. Widdowfield Rachel Evans, Olyphant..;.... Bertha Goodrich, Olyphant. Katherine Kelly, Dunmore st. 925 475 165 25 OLYPHANT. MEN. iRaac D. Griffiths, Olyphant ... Frank McLaughlin, Olyphant .. Anthony Murphy, Olyphant Frank McLaughlin Olyphant.. Michael O'Malley. Olyphant.... Thomas Rogan, Olyphant. 935 475 385 345 PECK VILLE. WOM EN. Nora L. Pickering. Peckville lna Gendall, Peckville Cassie Williams, Peckville Pearl Hopfer, Peckville. flO 405 15 PECKVILLE. MEN". James M. Smith, Peckville Charles Beattys, Peckville Prof. H. B. Anthony, Peckville.. A. W. Jenkins, Peckville N. W. Thomas, Peckville. William Alien, Peckville. 216 485 80 30 TIIROOP. Margaret McCormick, Throop. Ellen Goffhey, Throop August OUendike, Throop Prof. John O'Hara Throop .... George Callahan, Throop William Applcman, Throop. 30 15 705 615 185 WAVERLY. Pearl Hopper, Waverly .., Lena Stone, Waverly. Lester Tyler, Waverly Robert Parker, Waverly ., Joseph Waite. Waverly. 195 218 145 VANDLING. Margaret Evans, Vandling., Rose McDonnell, Vandling. C. J. Arnold, Vandling 145 S75 District 9. AVOCA. WOMEN". Nellie Murphy, Avoca Mame Graham, Avoca Mary Flannery, Avoca Margaret Ward, Avoca Lizzie Boone, Avoca Jean Cranston, Avoca 610 410 390 375 220 200 AVOCA MEN. P. F. Devers. Avoca Maurice Johnson, Avoca Patrick Grad, Avoca Eugene McAlpinc, Avoca John Hogan, Avoca John Meade, Avooa. Robert Golden, Avoca Thomas Maloney, Avoca William. Brown, Avoca Walter Boylan, Avoca. Arthur Davidson, Avoca 525 310 255 230 200 175 165 95 65 50 COYNE. Nellie Conway, Coyne ., William Moonie. Coyne , William Dids, Coyne .... Frank Judge, Coyne .... John Willis. Coyne Frank Berger, Coyne .. 445 220 215 195 120 85 EDWARDS VILLE WOMEN. Sarah K. Jones. Edwardsville Mattie Davis, Edwardsville EDWARDS VILLE MEN. Mattie Davis, EdwardsvHle John Bryant, Edwardsville .. John Oram. Edwardsville Isaac Edwards, Edwardsville Philip Richards, Edwardsville John McGroarty, Edwardsville' Sam Thomas, Green st 410 325 305 260 170 85 60 KINGSTON. Mary Law. Kingston Lizzie Davis, Centre James F. Mullahy, Kingston Charles Bates, Kingston .445 240 400 200 MINERS' MILLS WOMEN. Rose Mayock, Miners' Mills Miss Skidniore, Miners' Mills Beatrice Athy, Miners' Mills 400 60 10 . MINERS' MILLS MEN. Thomas Mack, Miners' Mills James Barnett, Miners' Mills Dan Beven, Miners' Mills George Burt, Miners' Mills 530 320 95 70 T HIRD B IE WILL GO CAMP AT MT. Adjutant General Stewart has issued an order for the annual encampment ot the Pennsylvania National Guard this summer. The encampment will be by brigades and will be earlierthan usual. The dates of the encampments are: First Brigade July 8 to 15. Second Brigade July 15 to 22. Third Brigade July 8 to 15. The place of encampment for each brigade will be designated by the bri E. Brunaford. M. Chapman, J. J. Clark, M. A. Clark. C. H. Conrad, J. R. Cohen, A. B. Col - born, J. J. Cosgrove, A. O. Courtright, W. J. Cromle. Joseph Danner, D. J. Davis. G. W. Davis, J. D. Davies, M. Davidow, L. K. Derby, A. C. Deichmiller, H. N. Dun - nell, D. M. DeWitt, W. A. Deali W. 8. Decker. G. N. Edson, D. H. Edelsohn, F. W. MIXOOKA WOMEN. Kate Jeffers, Minooka 30 Anna Kelly, Minooka . 270 Anna Burke, Minooka 205 Mame Langan. Minooka 190 Celia Nallin, Minooka 130 Mamie Coyne, Minooka 5 MINOOKA MEN. Michael Judge. Minooka 295 William J. Burke, Minooka 210 Patrick Connolly, Minooka. 185 Patrick Mulkerin, Minooka 25 Michael Mulherin, Minooka 10 Thomas Toole, Minooka. MOOSIC WOMEN. Blanche Tregellls, Moosic 495 Stella Levan, Moosic 280 Margaret Hale, Moosic 245 Dorothy Broadhead, Moosic 235 Nellie McDonald, Moosic 75 Mame Hinds, Moosic 65 Carrie Sebrehine, Moosic 59 Minnie Edsell, Moosic 20 MOOSIC MEN". Michael Gar?y, Moosic ...... 800 W. M. Stevenson, Moosic 415 Andrew Fleming, Moosic 375 David Morris. Moosic 330 Samuel Bowman. Moosic 32u James G. Hailstone, Moosic 130 M. J. Munley, Moosic 70 James Powell, Moosic 50 William Sanderson. Moosic 25 OLD FORGE WOMEN. Nellie Ryan. Old Forge 960 Margaret Pickerel, Old Forge 820 Myrtle Wood. Old Forge 715 Kate Roach, Old Forge 20 Esther Drake, Old Forge. Mary Clarke, Old Forge. OLD FORGE MEN. Martin Memelo, Old Forge 1005 John Corcoran, Old Forge 915 Michael Holland, Old Forge 870 Michael Lyman, Old Forge 670 George Drake, Old Forge ISO Robert B. Johnson, Old Forge 140 George Drake, Old Forge 40 Thomas P. Jones, Old Forge. Edward Fallon, Old Forge. Samuel Pickerel, Old Forge. PARSONS WOMEN. Catherine Kearney, Parsons 1110 Esther Frethaway. Parsons 820 Anna Farrell, Parsons 70 Carrie Seiple, Parsons. PARSONS MEN. Terrence Reilly, Parsons 910 James Moran, Parsons 350 Gomer Morgans, Parsons 155 Arthur Stone, Parsons 20 RENDHAM. Charles Keogh, Rendiiam 710 Katie Clannan, Rendham 160 TAYLOR WOMEN. Gertrude Walkins, Taylor 465 Anna Burns, Taylor 195 Gertrude Morris, Taylor 65 Anna Moreland, Taylor '. .. 10 TAYLOR MEN. James W. Price, Taylor 825 Tallie Griffiths. Taylor :.. 400 Michael Murray, Taylor 375 Edgar Stone, Taylor 150 John S. Evans, Taylor 85 Florence Sullivan, Taylor 50 Casper Ott, Taylor 15 Samuel J. Phillips, Taylor 10 James Morris, Taylor 5 Thomas Gibbons, Taylor. John Henry Harris, Taylor. District 10. ATHENS. Anna Maloney, Athens ... George Macal'ee. Athens Louis Stulen, Athens 715 210 10 635 DORRANCETOWN. ! Mary Barney, Dorrancetown ... FACTORY VILLE. Miss B. Taylor, Factory ville ... Lottie Carr, Factoryville NeWie Wright, Factoryvile Sherrie Taylor, Factoryville ... Frank Kremer, Factoryville .1080 . 35 . 110 . 645 . 10 FOREST CITY WOMEN. Elizabeth Hartung. Forest City.. Margaret Evans. Forest City Mrs. G. E. Maxey, Forest City... Mame Cawley, Forest City Mrs. F. J. Hood, Forest City.... Mrs. Wm. Healy, Forest City.... Rose Kearns, Forest City Anna Parkins, Forest City Marne Gillespie, Forest City 585 520 455 435 275 110 65 35 10 FOREST CITY MEN. John J. Kellehen, Forest City.... Prof. J. L. Richards, Forest City. 810 720 GRETNA ON JULY 8. gade commander, subject to the approval approval of Governor Pennypacker. The character of duty to be performed performed by the State Naval force will be announced announced in future orders. During the encampment the annual inspection will be made by the inspector general department, department, under the direction of the adjutant adjutant general. It is known that the Thirteenth will encamp at Mt. Gretna. Emrich, H Enslin, W. H. Evans. William Featherman, E. Feldman. J. Fleischman, W. Fletcher, G. C. Forgeot, Forgeot, D. F. Frear, J. Freedman, A. L. Francois, F. M. Francis. John Frey, J. G. Fruehan, S. M. Freedman. Charles Gamewell, W. D. Gardner, C. J. Gillespie, I. Goodman, C. Gomerin - ger. W. W. Graham, M. Greenstein, J. T. Griffiths. A. L. Griffin. W. A. Harvey, 3. E. Harding, David TO S35 290 250 140 65 GOULDSBORO. Bertha Crooks Margaret Crooks Dan Foley Fred O'Rourke. 160 45 375 ' GREAT BEND. Florence Trowbridge, Great Bend. Margaret Stevens, Great Bend Prof. C. Thorpe, Great Bend.... Michael Barry, Great Bend HALLSTEAD. Miss Lulu Fitzgerald, Hallstead... Miss Gertrude Read, Hallstead Melvin Crandall, Hallstead 780 1S5 635 4a 890 175 10 HAWLEY WOMEN. Mary Murray, Hawley Olga Buck, Hawley Winifred Haggerty, Hawley , Kate McHale. Hawley Miss Maine Weggey, Hawley. 170 35 15 5 HAWLEY MEN. Minnie Miller, Hawley Sid Brink. Hawley Russell Wall, Hawley Patrick Haggerty. Hawley Peter Hittinger, Hawley Mame Nealon, Hawley John Thielke, Hawley Martin Gaffney, Hawley Warren Murphy, Hawley. HONESDALE WOMEN. Bessie Lawyer, Court Antoinette Brown, Honesdale.... Bessie' Healy, Young Bessie Dudley, Young Edith F. Torrey, Honesdale Alma Schuller, Spring Grace Bishop, East Gertrude Reilly, Honesdale Catherine Briggs, Honesdale Lottie Theobald, Grove Miss M. Wood, Main Mary Carr, Baird Nan Reed, East Ada Hiller, Church. Marie McDermot, N. Main, Edna Doolittle, Grove. Martha Voight, Main. 635 420 145 120 75 60 45 30 .1450 .1135 .1040 . 920 . 965 . 875 . 865 . 620 . 375 . 150 . 90 . 70 . 65 1 .1235 .1015 . 850 . 845 725 . 675 . 385 . 140 . 140 . 135 . 85 . 20 HON E SD A LE M E N. Edward Katz. Church William Baird. Baird F. Suydam. Honesdale George E. Moran, E. Honesdale. Joseph Barbed, Main Fred Murray, Church James Miller, Main L. Atkinson, Honesdale Sloan Truseott. Park Manuel Freeman. Church LWalter Somi. Seelyville Leon Ross, Dyberry Thomas Kilroe. Seelyville Edwin Butler, East. George Deitzer, Young. Dwight Dorflinger, Honesdale. KINGSLEY. Georgianna Steam. Kingsley' ... Eugene Lootuis, Kingsley Eugene Osmon, Kitigsley LANESBORO. Miss Etta Barnard, Lanesboro Thomas Carr, Lanesboro John Fenton, Lanesboro MONTROSE. Carrie Thompson. Montrose Julia Coyle, Montrose Clara Winans, Montrose. John Mahon. Montrose Fred Mack, Montrose C. J. Wilson, Montrose. . 30 . 330 . 140 .. 10 .1095 . 150 . 450 .1340 . 825 MOSCOW. Prof! W. E. Brown, Moscow 925 MOUNT POCONO. Nellie Labar Mis. L. T. Smith James Walton F. M. Bisbing 140 2S5 45 NANTICOKE. J. C. Roth, Nanticoke NEW MILFORD. Miss B. Howe, New Mi! ford .. Clara ludeiiied. New Miltord.. Martin F. Hand. New Milford F. G. Inderlied, New Milt'ord .. NICHOLSON. Florence Wilkins, Nicholson .. Mrs. Edson Lewis. Nicholson . M. L. McMulten, Nicholson Harry Stevens, Nicholson. William Friel, Nicholson .1155 465 10 280 330 10 Harris, W. M. Hamlin, Jacob Hailstone, R. Havaid, H. F. Heilner. Jacob Helmet Helmet Helmet - , W. B. Hixson, J. F. Hetzel, C. 10. Howell, H. H. Howard, H. Hughes, F. Ilelriegel. It. D. Isaacs, A. G. Isaacs, I. lsner. T. B. Jackson. W. H. Jenkins, H. Jif - kins, J. P. Jones, D. W. Jones, A. T. Judson. J. M. Keinmerer, Philip Kline. M. S. Knight, H. T. Koehler, J. H. Kramer, G. B. Kyser, C. R. Kinsley. S. Lauer. S. A. Leberman. W. H. Lewis, J. H. Lewis. E. M. Lewis, N. B. Levy, A. E. Lister. A. A. Lindabury, J. D. Lloyd, S. P. Longstreet, C. Luther, Luther, Jacob Lutz. C. P.;' Long, W. M. Lynch. Ed. Lemith. V. W. McConnell, R. F. McKenna. William Maylin, Adolf Marcus, Harry Harry May, Jr., J. S. Mandel, H. G. Merrall, B. E. Messmer. B. E. Miller, James Moir, F. M. Moyer, D. L. Morgan, William' William' Monies. W. H. Neuber, J. H. Neiss. H, Oliver, H. Osthaus. ! T. F. Penman, Rev. R. F. Y. Pierce, F. J. Pope, E A. Poole, Dan Powell. J. W. Raeder, Charles Raine, F. G. Rarrick, S. L. Richards. Alonzo Robinson, Robinson, A. E. Rogers, W. G. Robertson, E. H. Ruddy, E. L. Reinhart, C. W. Rhoads, Williain'Rifkin. G. PV Saxer, J. F. Scragg, W. H. J. L. Morgan. Forest City Michael J. Walsh, Forest City... Frank W. White. Forest City William D. Owens, Forest City. Henry Brain. Forest City Martin Ruane, Forest City. A quick, energetic effort will PLYMOUTH. J. F. Spry, Plymouth .... 625 SAYRE. Agnes Weaver, Sayre .... Lottie Charter, Sayre. Nellie Harrigan, Sayre . Dell Higgins, Sayre John Hammond, Sayre . Charles Palmer, Sayre. 785 235 175 455 10 STARUCCA. Mame Reddington, Starucca 1475 lva Mumford, Starrucca, SUSQUEHANNA. Margaret McMahon, Susquehanna. Elizabetli Cahill, Susquehanna .... John Buckley, Susquehanna Jay Barrett, Susquehanna 185 835 80 STROUDSBURG. WOMEN. Mabel Dunn. E. Stroudsburg Carrie Bell, Stroudsburg Buela Seiple, E. Stroudsburg 635 825 STROUDSBURG. MEN. Prof. Ralph Wood. Stroudsburg .. Charles Warman, E. Stroudsburg. Frank Landers. Stroudsburg Guy Keber, E. Stroudsburg Finley R. Porter, E. Stroudsburg . Ananias Warmen, E. Stroudsburg . George Torbett, E. .Stroudsburg. Dr. C. C. Cross, E. Stro'udsburg. 735 630 485 1:(0 15 THOMPSON. Virgia Brown, Thompson B. F. Barnes, Thompson 15 195 TOBYHANNA. Maine Tournier Martha Huey. Adam Strouss John Fahey. 165 285 TOWANDA. Floy Lilly, Towanda Mrs. Margaret Dunphy, Towanda. Dudley Humphrey, Towanda Frank Walsh, Thompson ..: Prof. John Stuart, Towanda Lew Frisbie, Towanda 160 50 645 TUNKHANNOCK. Maine Wall, Tunkhannock Catherine Voss, Tunkhannock .... Thomas Boyce, Tunkhannock W. C. Kitridge, Tulikhannock. 425 295 UNIONDALE. Alice Barringer Daisy Bronson, Uniondale . E. G. Burdick, Uniondale .. B. VV. Pease, Uniondale .. 160 120 3S5 20 WILKES - BARRE. WOM EN. Mary Mason, S. River Maud Hosier, Jonas Long's Sons. sr.o 4T5 WILKES - BARRE MEN. Ralph Wolfe, Cinderella Bessie Sutton, Madison Sam J. Connors. Wilkes - Barre Lilly D. Mak, Controller's office... Capt. James Kenney, Wells bldg.. Wm. Herring, Pennsylvania F. E. Schuler, 115 Ross Win. C. Cooke, S. Main Frank Harte. Wilkes - Barre Prof. C. H. Weaver, 366 S. River... Wm. Miller, 79 Oilderslieve 510 965 875 785 635 470 345 275 185 125 WYALUSING. Mrs. Hattie Wagner, Wyalusing.... 475 Abbie Chamberlain, Wyalusing 55 Mrs. W. N. Thompson, Wyalusing. Oscar Brown. Wyalusing 320 Prof. C. J. McCord, Wyalusing.... 3o Four Grand Prizes. 1. New $1,000.00 Cadillac Automobile Touring Car, 1905 Model. Detachable Tonneau, complete. This Automobile is one of the finest of its class. It is now on exhibition at the store of The Scranton Garage and Motor Car Co. 2. Choice residence lot in Tripp Park will be selected from a large number, by the fortunate winner of this attractive prize. These lots are in a desirable location fur residence, and property is increasing in value in the vicinity. 3. Beautiful $500.00 Iver & Pond Piano and an Automatic $150.00 Piano Player. This Piano is purchased from L. B. Powell & Co., who state that it is one of the most popular Pianos. This Piano can be seen at any time by calling calling at thtir store in Scranton. 4. Two round trip tickets to the Ltwis & Clark Exposition at Portland. Ore., two admission tickets to the Epo - sition grounds good for four weeks, and $100.00 in cash for traveling expenses. Mop - overs will be allowed on these Schrader. G. C. Scheuer. W. E. Scheuer, H. J. Schubert, Alex. Schriefer, A. J. Schnell, A. W. Schlingman. A. II. Shop - land, Edward Smith. J. W. Smith, W. F. Snyder, H. E. Spencer, G. W. Stallion. Stallion. L. J. Siebecker, W. C. Sweeley. E. M. Stack. F. E. Sheninger, J: P. Steidle, J. R. Saylor. G. W. Shadle, Peter Stipp, L. T. Stipp. Edwin Stein. V. A. Simrell, W. Slinginan. E. A. Swanson. G. W. Tappan. R. F. Taylor, S. L. Thompson, A. C. Thompson, J. H. Thompson, H. W. Thomas, J. B. Twee - die. H. L. Tyler. John Von Bergan, S. H. Voorhees. P. B. Walker, J. T. Watkins, J. W. Warlike, F. W. Warlike, F. G. Wald - ner, G. M. Watson, A. A. Weinsihank. Henry Wenz?l, A. J. Wenner. S. F. Weyburn. H. S. Webb. F. J. Weinss. L. Wittenberg, R. J. Williams, J. R. Williams, Williams, A. Widdowfield. F. J. Widmayer, George Wlrth, jr., Samuel Wolfe. C. O. Wolfe. T. A. Wright, W. H. Whyte. S. F. York. Charles Ziegier. MRS. HERRING DIED FROM SPOTTED FEVER. Cerebro spinal - meningitis, familiarly railed spoiled fever, has claimed another another victim in Wilkes - Barre In the per - tickets at some of the most interesting cities in the country. Al the wonders of the Plains, the grandeur of th Rockies, and the desolation of the Arid Deserts will be viewed by the winner of this grand prize, and bis or her chosen companion. The round trip covers over 6.000 miles of rail, equal to one - fourth the circumference of the Globe. The Twenty District Prizes 3 prizes Each a beautiful $100.00 Diamond Diamond Ring. 1 prize Two annual season tickets with Orchestra reserved seats, good for every attraction at the Lyceum Theatre. Theatre. 3 prizes The w inner of each of these prizes has the privilege of selecting sporting goods to the value of $100.00. The variety of selection that these prizes offer is too numerous to mention, mention, but includes games of all kinds. Kodaks, Bicycles, Rilles. Tennis and Base Ball Outfits; in fact, everything that can.be purchased from John Raw - lings or Robinson & Adams. 4 prizes Each consisting of a June - vacation trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jersey, for the successful winner and his or her chosen companion, including railroad tickets, and room and board for two weeks at one of Atlantic City's leading hotels. 3 prizes Earh consisting of a lady's or gentleman's fine gold watch, to be selected by the winner. 1 prize An annual pass on the Scranton Scranton Street Railway, good on all lines and can be used by the winner for an unlimited number of rides for one year. 1 prize A beautiful cut - glass punch bowl with glasses, which can be exchanged exchanged for other glass of equal value if preferred. 1 prize Two annual season tickets with Orchestra reserved seats, good for every attraction at the Court Square Theatre. 2 prizes Each consisting of a Mahogany Mahogany finish Automatic Piano Player. 1 prize Two round trip railroad tickets to Colorado, fen - the successful winner and any chosen companion for trip during the coining summer. HOW TO VOTE! Votes - will be given to all subscribers of The Truth, during the four periods of the Contest, on the following basis: Voles Votes Time of Sub' script ion 3 years . . 2 years . . 1 year . . . 6 months Given. After Mar. 25, Apr. 15, to Apr. 15. to Apr. 29 ..1600 1100 .. 000 SOO . . 400 360 . . 110 120 ... When a subscriber I'ox Exampl decides to pay three years in advance on The Truth, during the first period of the Contest, 1600 votes will be counted for the man, and 16'M) votes will also be counted for the woman, both selected bv the subscriber. Votes for Contract SiibsofilM - rs. One - fourth the above scheduled number of votes will be given to all old or new subscribers signing a contract contract for six months or longer and agreeing thereby to pay for the paper weekly or monthly. Votes will be counted as soon as orders orders are verified. The first - class quality of the pitzen offered is indicated by the high standing standing of the firms from which they have been purchased. The Automobile was purchased from the Scranton Garage and Motor Company. Company. A resident lot from Ezra Finn & Sou. The beautiful Piano from L. H. Powell & Co. The Diamond Rings and Gold Watches from E. S. hiinpff. Robert Vail. W. S. McMillan and Kee Hive Jewelry Company. The Sporting Goods from John Raw - lings and from Robinson & Adams. The value and character of the other prizes, such as the trip to Portlanl, Ore., and others are too well known to need further comment. son of Mrs. William G. Herring, wife of Superintendent Herring, of t he Lehigh Lehigh and Wilkes - Barre Coal Company, who died yesterday. Deceased was attacked with the disease disease on Sunday, being first atllicted with a severe headache. On Monday evening the symptoms indicated that she had spotted fever, but the spots were not visible on her body. At 2 o'clock Monday morning Dr. Weaver informed her husband that his wile was suffering from spotted fever, and that, the worst might be expected, lier condition condition grew rapidly worse until three hours afterward, when she expired. A noxniiur feaiuip of the death of Mrs. - Herring is that no spots were visible upon the body. Wales is by no means disposed to bend the kn?e to America. The Welsh "yells" are fully up to the transatlantic level. Tile University of North Wales has n veil something like this. "Bravo, Lrii'avissiiiio. ray, ray. ra - o - rock.! Ray - ray - ra - o - rock! uay - ray - ra - o - rocs: Itiiy - ray - ra - o - rof k!" Cardiff has a somewhat similar "yell." wfiile at Aberystwyth the cry is: "H ip - hip - hui - aber! Hip - hip - hur - abn - ; Hip - hip - Ab - erystwyih: Witli a pip and a pang, and a yip and a yang. Yak: Yak:: I Yak:!!" IJlMl'n Mail. C

Clipped from The Scranton Truth12 Apr 1905, WedPage 10

The Scranton Truth (Scranton, Pennsylvania)12 Apr 1905, WedPage 10
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