Samuel Lowenstein?

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Samuel Lowenstein? - comparison between the results accomplished...
comparison between the results accomplished accomplished upon the Baltimore and Ohio road In the last two years is full of prophesy as to the good things in store for the Erie road. Bids for City's Coal. Bids were opened yesterday for the furnishing of coal for the bureaus of fire and police. But three bids ivere received. The Fowler Coal company wanted to sell the larger sizes of coal at the rate of $4 a ton and the smaller sizes at $5.25 a ton, charging 25 cents a ton additional for carrying It in. The bid of the Gibbons Coal company was for $3.75 a ton for the larger sizes and $3.25 a ton for the smaller sizes. James Kearney's bid was at the same rate as the Gibbons Coal company. No contract has yet been awarded. LOWENSTEIN WANTS HIS NICE AXE BACK Lunatic Who Tried to Assassinate Mayor Sends Letter to Him Explaining Explaining Circumstances. Samuel Lowenstein, the lunatic, who tried to assassinate the mayor with an axe because he would not open up Beech street, sent a letter to him yesterday from Pike county, where he is sojourning among relatives. Lowenstein filled both sides of three sheets of paper to protest to the mayor about lis arrest and to explain certain certain things. Judging from the oft recurring recurring recurring - sentences, "Please, Mr. Mayor, won't you kindly send me back my nice red top axe?" the sole purport of the letter Is to regain possession of th; implement with which he sought to kill the mayor. However, he made no reference to his attempt to strike his honor - with the sharp end of the red top axe. He was very Indignant over his arrest arrest and described the occurrence as follows: "One of your men in blue clothes and brass buttons touched me on the shoulder and told" me to come along with him. I went along with him quletlf and talked pleasantly to him, for he told me that the chief of police wanted to see me. When I got to the station house the grabbed me and searched me and took my nice, new red top axe away. Now, can't you please let me have it again for It is the only one I own, and I need it badly. Honest I do, you can ask anybody." anybody." . Regarding his chasing after Pro prietor Godfrey of' the Hotel Jennyn with the axe he said: "Why I love Mr. Godfrey, and wouldn't hurt his feelings feelings for anything." A Long Felt Want Supplied. - That the people of Scranton wanted an up - to - date dining room is clearly demonstrated by the rapidly increasing crowds which flock to J. J. Becker's every Oay. 5t2 wmte Beauty flour... The jfinest and best flour milled milled in America no better flomr at any price. It is an actual fact, proven by investigation that more than one - third of all the flour sold in Scranton is White Beauty Flour. Our price is less that the wholesale mill price today. Per Barrel. All Cars Transfer to Clarke Bros. $4.69

Clipped from The Scranton Republican05 May 1903, TuePage 5

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)05 May 1903, TuePage 5
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