The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, February 28, 1894, Image 1
'JMIE Greater Scraivton That's Coming Will Kot Have Dirt Boads. 5i i n 1 1 mi LjaHMHi W W 6SPi1 (Eribunc, EITHER Will It BeTor mented With Bqulrty, Wooden Block Pavements. R T EKHIT PAGi!5--oU COLUMNS. SCEANTON. PA.. AVKDNESDAY MOIiMMi, FKUUUAIiV 28, I Hit 4. TWO CENTS A COPY. BIT IT 1 DELHI OF THE TARIFF BILL An l$Mment ExpjcteJ Smii on the Ques tions at Issue. UNCUT DIAMONDS ON FREE LIST Another Caucus of Democratic Sena, tors Changes in the Bill as Passed by the HouseProspects Favorable to a Sugar Duty The Proposed Tax on Coal May Be Stricken Off. Washington, D. C, Pun. 27. TIIE best ju.i3 anions Hih Demo cratic senators fel weil con vinced that an a(?reemnt til 1 be n-itciied very noon on the questions etill at wins in the new tariff bill. The bill in it! praatnt shape Una iron ore. wool, lead in all loriiu. and uncnt diamonds on the five list. Very few. and not verv Important, changes have been made from the free to the dutiable list, except iu the owe of sngar ami coal. Snar hat a duty of one cent on raw and li cents on rtined, as tne bill stands now, and bituminous coal a specitie doty of fifty cents a ton. The prospects now seem entirely favorable to the adoption of soni1 kind of a snicar duty. Coal may, or may not take one. A treat deal will depend on the de mands of the iroc men. If they insist on a duty the proposed duty on coal may be stricken off, on the ground that if both are nude dutiable there wiil b no logical ground for refusing to replace dntie9 all along the line. The reason so many senators nr ready to concede a duty to the coal producers, while ru ing out iron or-, . that the cost pro iu -t is so uniform in its conditions as to make tb- duty valuable alike to all producers. It) the case of iron orj, however, tne condi tions in Minnesota differ widely from those in Pennsylvania, those in Penn sylvania from those in Alabama, anl in Alabama aain from tho" In West Virginia and Kentucky. Hence the various iron ore producers would raak a doz-n different and irreconcilable dj mands for duties, and no one duty would equally satisfy any considerable number of them. Tne reason a duty on su?ar seems likely is that the strongest tariff re formers in thtientte favor it for ill revenue feature, while the so-called "conservative'' element like It be hub it is a more or less efficient substitute for the bounty. HAVING FUN, ALSO. Mrs. Cleveland DilUh-.s Society in the Absenc of the President. Washington. Feb. 27. Washington society is delighted tnat the absence of the president enables Mrs. Civ jland to appear at entertainments outside of the executive mansion. She was the guest of Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnson at an amateur performance last night, ' when tiie actors, in costnme, were presented to her, in her uos:osses be half. This afternoon she attended an en tertainment for the benefit of a free kindergarten at the residence of Mrs. Hearst, the widow of the California senator, and she expects to look in upon a "Midway Plsisance concert" for a charitable purpose tomorrow even ing, VIOLET SEEKS SHELTER. The Storm Compels tin President's Craft to Huif the Shore. Washington. D. C, Feb. 27 The lighthouse tender Violet, with the pres ident and Secretary lireshsm on board as the guests of Captain Evans, was compelled to seek shelter from the vio lent storm in an inlet below Mount Vernon soon after leaving hero .Sun. lay afternoon, She proceeded to the naval gnn prov ing grounds at iadun Heed Monday afternoon and continued down the river, making a stop late in the evening at the Cedar Point light. Sho then proceeded on her wsv and was lyii'g at l'iny Point at 1,80 this morning, eighty miles frota the mouth of the Potomac. BASE BALL RULES. National Entl RovLinsr the Laws Governing G.imtn. New York, Feb. 27. The annnal schedule meeting of the National Hise Ball league in the Fifth Avanne hotel adjourned tonight aftr finishing the revision of the playinu rules anil offer ing a trophy cup. The championship cup is tbo gift of a friend of the league. Its value is gaOO. The new hunt hit rnle which was udopted yesterday was reconsidered and the following substitute was adopted: "A bnnt hit is a fair hit to the ground within the field " This change was made in accordance witti the protest of the club managers as the new rule previonsly adopted did away with one of the scientific points of the game. Section 5 of rule oft was amended to allow the umpire to remove a player for improper language without first fining him. By the schedule adopted the season will open on April 10. CHIEF FODISILAH ACTIVE. The Sable Son of the Jungle Entertains the Briiiih. Lonpon. Feb. 27 A dispatch frem Rtar Admiral Bedford, commanding the British West African fleet at Bat hurst, Gambia, says that a large force of natives under Chief Fodisilah have invaded British Combo. The legisla tive council of the colony immediately met to devise means of protecting themselves. Tbo council decided to organize patrol parties, which are to be led by members of the council. There were two hours fighting be tween the natives and a detachment of the West India regiment on Sunday. The engagement terminated with the defeat and rout of the natives, who lost a number of killed and wounded. None of the West India command was killed and only three were wounded. Li NAVE ITS TRIBUNE, BRIGHTER, 1EISB AND Bl ft Ei -Jth, xt--is- IHE OUEEK HftD IH llf - I I I I T eeV t l TTEB Titti - EWE HER SHIES ON r's Kacy Testimony Liliuokalanla. About THE CAUSE CF HER STAGE FRIGHT Lieutenant Young's Funny Account of the Closing Ceremonies of the Hawaiian Parliament -Her Majes ty's Supposed Timidity Turned Out to Be Something Else. ViN c. T H E ! t nr. a rg E5 E1" ' r UK: u Hs vj th e rcow n th e b ,r o. l ks AS THE TRIEUNE ARTIST SEES THE NEWS OF THE DAY. fflACKAYE LYING IN STATE. Eulogies Pronounced Over the Dead Dramatist at tho Scenitor ium in Chicago. Chicago, Feb. 27. All Ithat is moral of Steele Mackay- rested this afternoon before the footligbte 00 the stag" of the Michigan aveuoeSceaitoridm, The remains arrived at noon and were re ceived at the depot by a delegation. When the Scenitnrium was readied there wvi laid upon the plain cloth covered caiktt, a wreath of bride roses, with the simple inscription "From Henry Irving. Beside it rested a wreath of laurel, enveloped in craps and with a s.r--atn-r with the inecri ,i tion in gold, "tiood night, sweet prince. " The funeral exercise commenced at I o'clock. Tho chant, "1 Know That My Redeemer Livetb," was rendered by a quartette, ami then, stepping to the front of tho footlights. Professor Swing commenced an oloqivtit oration, in which he enlogised the life who bad passed away, and spoke of his services to the domain of dramatic art. When the notes of the organ had died away, Roland Ried came from behind the scenes, and sinking his humorous personality for the time be ing, made a brief but touching ad dress in eulogy of the conferee who had passed before. Another selection was rendered by the chorus, and after an address by E, A. Barron, In behalf of the press and literary circles of Chi cago, the exercises concluded with the singing of the familiar hymn, "Abide with Me." The lid of the casket was tlin re moved and those present were sfforded an opportunity of gallng for the last time upon the familiar features of the dead dramatist. Half an hour later the doors wre again opened, and the remains will lie in state until day break on Wednesday. BARRr'S UtR SPEECH. Mr. Lio' of Ooonieaos in Gladstone and Mr. Morlay. DOBUN, Feb. 27, -The Dublin branch of the Irish National League hold a special sm.-. last night, at which tiie following resolution waspassed: "Wo avail ourselves of the presence to point out that he ami the government have fulled to keep the promises made to Ireland." John linrrv, membef of parliament for South Wexford, inn lo a speech in whicn ho expressed n lack of confi dence in Air. Morley rnd alluded to Mr. (iladstonoas the "Grand Old Hum bug." - FLASHES FROM THE WIRES. Atmtteeof Itev. Dr. T. DoWittTal mage's tabernacle. I!r ooklyn, says the doc tor will never leave the tabernacle. It took eight policemen to arrest Chia tello liisgi" after tho iattxr had Ktiibte-d and terribly gashed Andrew Kearns in a Drooklyn saloon. For the murder of OffloOr Et. A. Whit man, who surprised him at it burglary, Abiier DoloB Thorn, a schoolboy, m on trial at Paris, Me. Frank Fanning was fatally, and John IJorrls and Thomas F. Bonify were seri ously injured bv th fall of a h.avy-lnden freight iterator In Boston. l!ay (Irant, a prominent resident of Grand Junction, CoL was siiot and killed yesterday at Weal Water, Utah, by Jack .Smith, a miner, who seOSped. Five sisters named Dorris narrowly as. raped from a burning bnililiiiif in New York by walking over a narrow board from an upper window to a roof. "A victim of hypochondriasis'' Is what Senator BttUer, of South Carolina, calls Ahrain S. Hewitt since the lalter's ar raignmentof soiitherneis in congiesi. Jobtl H. Hopple, win. had a ticket from Dee Moines to Kansas City, b' canie insane on board a Chicago and (Jrent Western train yesterday ' drew a pistol, dfOTS OUt bis fellow pasiougers, mid then killed him self. Thomas Lavier, of (Jgilen-burg: Mat thew Stclner, of Syracuse, and I', liarrett, of Montreal, started to drlTO aOTOSS the St. Lawrence on the ice about 8 o'clock last evening. They drove Into an airhole i and Steiuer and Usrrett were drowned. GETS TWENTY SHILLINGS. Mrs. Victoria Woodhull Martin Wins Her Case Apainst the British Museum Trustees. London, Feb. 37. In the Queen's Bench Division of tho High Courts of Justice, Baton Pollock, In lummlug up in the case of Mrs. John Biddulph Martin (Victoria Woodhull) against the trustees of the British museum, said that nobody in England, not even the trustees of the British museum, with statutory duties to perform, eould alter the ordinary law of libel and mk a law for themselves superior to common law. The jury, after two honrs' absence, found that the matter contained in the two-books relating to the ltecher-Til-ton trial complainel by Mrs. Martin was libelous, though the defendants and their agents noted upon the bona fide belief that they were discharging their statutory powers and duties and did not know the hooks were libelous, Thsy were not gnilty of negligence. 1'iit they did not discharge their duty with proper care an 1 caution, and the judgment or the jury was that thev be aesessed damages to the amount of 20 "hillings. Tho point of law will be further consi dered. - s A FPACS ON 1 HE FRONTIER. Reported Collision Detween Russian Dravonns and Praesian Uhlans. MOSCOW, Feb- 27. A sensational storv Is current in military circles her.', lu Miustauce it is that a fight has taken place on the Russo-Qermsu frontier between a detachment of Russian dra goons and a uumber of I't-iissian rjhlans, Several are reported to have huen killed on both sides. Tiie Russian officers iu this city who have been questioned on the subj 'Ct decline to specify cither of the regi ments reported to have suffered, saying that they do not wisli to cus" inter national complications. The fracas arose out of the fact, it iB claimed, that Prussian Uhlans were using the Russian eagle, fixed to a frontier post, as a target. 1 SMALL POX AT PITTSBURG. Two Addi'lonal Canes of the DissAse Reported Ytsterday. Pittsburg, p., Feb. 87. Two addl tionnl cases of mm! nox developed this morning and were r loved to the Mu nicipal hospital. The quarantine at the West Penn hospital is rigidly maintained, but a Sense of security prevails within the Institution. Thus far there are no in dications of a spread of the disease. ' -- WILL RESIGN AT EASTER. The Edinburgh Nwn l-'ixts the Date of Mr. Oladntone's Retirement Edinburgh, Feb. 97. The Beening News declares that. Air. Gludstonohas resigned, to take sfftOl after Bsster, Also that tiie premiership was offered to Lord Itoieberry, who declined it, and was then offered to Blr! Spenoer, who accepted it. , . NOTABLE DEATHS Howard U Miller, the Brst health COn mittionor of Reading, i'a , at his home in that city. Ho was once chief of police there. Dr. -I.''. Suavely, ox president, of the Lancaster C'nuuty Medical society, and ex memherof the legislature, at Manheim. Fa., aged 75. Harrison i- Plumtner, sued ho, a por trait .painter known tnroughout America and Uurope. Ho paiuted a portrait of tho King of Italy for a fabulous price. Judge James F. Wiley, Ti years old, of Elisabeth, N. J. DeCOaied was elected state senator In 1070, and was appointed postmaster by President Cleveland. Suddenly, at St Augustine, Fla., Colonel Jasper li. Dresser, aged .10, of Lafayette, Ind., who commanded Dresser's battery and was wounded in the tlrst battle of Hull Hun. On a railroad train, near El Paso, Tex., Major Horace H. Strait, who was a Repub lican member from the forty-third to tho forty-eighth congrosos, iuclusive.from tho thiid district of Minnesota. NOW ALL QUIET AT BAHIA. Latest Advices--Thc Whereabouts of the Dynamite Cruiser Nictheroy Are Unknown. Riu db Janeiro, Feb. 27. Many contradictory rumors have been in cir culation in regard to the happenings recently at Bahia. The fact that the government cnt o(T telegraphic and cable communication with that port gave rise to the statements that the government fleet at Bahia had revolted and that the insurgent war vessels, Aqutdaban and Republic, were oft that port with the Intention of engag ing the government lhet. Tiles rumors aiv set at rest todav bv the United States Consul at B-ihia, Mr. K P. McDuniel, who telegraphs here that all is quiet at Bahia, and that President Peizoto's lliet is still in the harbor of Bikhia. The rebel warship Tamsnlare is preparing to put to sea on some un known mission. She will run the gauntlet of the forts tonight, and ths latter are said to be rea ly to give her a warm reception. Nothing seems to be known here con cerning the whereabouts of the dyna mite otnissr Nictheroy, and news oi some description is anxiously expected by all those interested. CLASSIC SLUGGING. Dan Crsedon end Dies Qloore Entertain Aesthetic Hostonians. Boston, Feb. 27. Dan Creedon, the Australian middle weight, t.nd Dick Moore, gavean exhibition of the fastest sparring ever g"on iu Boston, before a good sized crowd at the Casino tonight. For ten rounds they faced each other and during that tun there was fight ing nearly every minute, Creedou's work was superior to that of Moore's, being more scientific, end his stylo closely resembles that of C'or bett. Although he had the best of tho match in the minds of those present, tiie referee, Jimmy Colville, declared tho contest a draw. DIN0ENS MATERIALIZES The Missing Cornell Student Turns Up at Last. Ithaca, N. Y., feb. 27 Carl L Dlngens, suspected of complicity In the freshman banquet poisoning case, has returned to tho city, after having been absent since last Wednesday morning He claims to have been called home on that, day by a telegram from his folks. While returning to Ithaca tho fol lowing .lay, he says ho was taken sick and went to Syracuse for medical at tendance. He win not allowed to see tho newspapers and consequently did not know of the charges made against him. TRYING TO SAVE M' KANE. Attorney BoOUrioB the Stat of Nuw York for n Favorable Judgs. Ouwaoo, N. Y., Feb. 17. William Kennedy, of Syracuse, and a New York lawyer arrived In town this morning and met Justice Wright, at his cham bers, where they mads an informal ap plication for a stay of proceedings in tho ease of John V. McKane. Justice Wright declined to bear the matter in any form, stating that as Juetiee Cullen had reviewed the case and decided the matter adversely it will be proper for him to reverse Jus tice Cnllen's decision. It is said that tho lawyers have gone to Watertown where they will apply to Justice William. . BRIEF WASHINGTON NOTES. I.ADIKS" AND CHILDREN'S MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Exquisite Material and Finish. THRILLING EXPERIENCE. A Northern Central Passenger Train Dashes Into a Side Tracked Freight at Ralston. WlLUAHflPORT, Pa..Feb. 27 - North ern Central passenger train No. 0, from Canandaigua, bad a thrilling ex perience between Ralston and tbts bits this evening. A few miles son'n . Ualstou there is a switch on which freight trains are sids tracked to per mit the passaue of the faster trains Between " and fi o'clock this evening as No. tl wag dashing along at the rate of thirty miles an hour tho locomotive entered the switch, wbloh had been left open, and dashed into the rear of the freight. The engineer had time to reverse and apply the nlr brakes and then he an I the fireman leaped for their lives. The shock shattered tiie glass in the car windows ami gave the passengers a gi' vere shaking and several were cut by Hying glass. The train kept the rails and after the excitement had been allayed pro ded to this city. An investigation as to the responsibility is now being male. - - NATIONAL GU ARD CHANGES. Honorabln T)i- : , Granted and Com iniisl in Issued at He ido inrters. HaRRISDURO, Pa., Feb. 27 .An order was issued Iroui national guard head quarters tonight granting honorable discharges to First Lieutenant Michael J. Tierney, Compauy K. Sseond regi ment, resigned, and Second Lieutenant William F. Bushier, Company Q, Third regiment, resigned. Commissions were issued today to the following national guard officer! : Da Vld Morton Bend, battslion adjutant; William 11. Pearee, captain; and El mer F. Berkheisor, lirst lieutenant. Company C; Robert A. Cavin, captain. Company A; ill Third Rsglmsnt, Phil adelphia. THE INDIAN SCHOOL. Trominont Peopl. Who Will Take Part in the Exorctjes Today. Cahlisuc, Feb. 27. Among those that will participate at the Indian school exerciseg here tomorrow will be Secretary of Agriculture Morton, In dian Commissioner Browning, Sna tor Teller, Congressmen Bnglish, Belts, hoover ami Mansur, and Secretary Hoke Smith Four prominent ndian chiefs aro expected to be present, representing the Kiowas, GoUianOb.es, Arapahoea and Cheyeuues. . STRIKE OF THE WEAVERS. Seven Ilundred Op-iratore Aflected by th Shut Down. PHIIXIPLBDRO, N. J., Feb. 27.-The strike o( the IW weavers at the Stand ard Silk mill here, against a reduction of 12 per cent, in their pay, caused the mill to shut down today at noon for an indefinite time. There are 700 operators affected by the shut down. The ntnkers held meetings today and thare are no pros pects of an early settlement. The sennto has passed a bill providing for a commission to the Antwerp Exposi tion. The Haition government has officially certified that Miuistor Smyth's conduct has been in nowise undiplomatic. Howard, convicted In Tennessee of using the malls to swindle claimants to my tlii cat Bngliah estates, has appealed to the su preme court AT THE GAVLOR0 MINE. Ten Days Mora Will Be i; , i ,. l to Find the Kutombad Miner. WILKKS-BaRRB, IV, Feb. 27. The situatiou at the (jaylord mines remains unchanged. The rescuers are making but little headway. The latest report from there is that the explorers had cleared away :ll feet of debris today. They have no idea of reaching tho men within the next ten days. DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAM J IVIES. Wife of the Ex- Policeman Expires Eaily This Mornlmr. The wife of ox-Policeman William James died at 12 :iu o'clockithi morn tng at her home, 1109 Bfhon street. Funeral particulars will be an nounced later. Washington, Feb. 27. ECIDEDLY th-- must racy chapter iu the hii ky volume of Hawaiian testimony is Lieutenant Lumen Young's description ot the last days of the monarchy. Lieutenant Young was an ofiicer of the Boston, and attended the cloning ceremonies of the Hawaiian parliament iu full uni form and in an official capacity. Lieu tenant Young's description of the scone is picturesque in the extreme. He said : "When 1 got there there was quite a crowd around the rear end of the build ing, and two ur three leading Ameri cans, and Judge Hartwell, who was one of the leading iatvyers of the place end minister under Kalakaus. inform ed me that the queen contemplated the promulgation ot a new legislature im mediately after the adjournment of the legislature, and asked me if I would not go on board ship and inform Cap tain Wiltse. I went in to speak of it to Consul lieii'-rsl Severance, and he laughed mid said, 'I do not believe a word of it.' I went iu and was shown the seat assigned me iu the legislative hall After waiting some little time they commenced, and 1 believe it was about the funniest aifuir I ever saw iu my life- -a circus. "The procession was headed by two or three lackeys, and then followed the governor of Oahu, fattier to the heirees apparont, dressed ill a gaudy uniform covered with gold and orders; the chamberlain with attendant nil dressed up, in uniform, and then came h-r ma jesty, with a long train, and four lack eys in kuee breechef currying the train, and then the two royal princesses, la-dies-in -Waiting, a staff, the four minis ters and other attendants, It wag a Very amusing scene. Afterwards the proclamation was bapded to her in a portfolio, when ehe stepped to the front of the rostrum and begMi reading, first I i Lnglisgi and then in Kanaka. The Kanakas and every one w.-re decorated with the various order of Kameha meha I and Kalakaua, consisting of great big stars stretched out on the lireast. After the legislature was pro rogued thr qiieeu passed into her recep tion room. "Did you follow her'.'' asked the chairman. Lieutenant Young replied: "Yes; I passed on through the door. The con snl told me he was going back to the ollice. 1 told him I Wasjthere in an of ficial capacity, and felt I. it my duty to go through with it." Senator Gray -You wanted to ee tho sights of the side clrcusf Mr. Young "Yes; the governor of O.lbU, Mr Clegiioru, stopped meat the door and talked to me iu a nervous strain as though to retain me, 1 passed In and bowed to the queou and her ministers standing on (be right, her aides, and passed on through the door, me queen looked at me rather sav agely, and did not return .uy saluta Witb any cordiality at all, I noticed that she acted in a peculiar way. First, when ahe was reading her proclamation, 1 thought she bad a little stage fright; out iu the rec.'pilon room I saw that she was un der the influence of a stimulant; In fact she was drunk. There is no question lu my mind about it at all. Then I pas.nl out into tiie yard and started to go over into the palace, and 1 was ad vised not to go. Then I was told again on the outside that as soon as the queen came over to the palaoa she was going to promulgate the new legislature. I was also informed that at the palaos the night, before there had been placed lour or five pieces of artillery, enfilad ing the approaches to the palace, and that the queen's household was said to ho under arms. I thought affairs looked very serious, and that it was my duty to go immediately on boar 1 the ship and inform my Commanding offi cer, Which 1 did. " . IN OUR OWN COMMONWEALTH. Seme Pittsburg schools are so badly heated that the pupils are ick. A broken water pipe ruined SI, 000 worth of clothing In Moses Ulman'a store, Will Isms port. Pottsville will celebrate the opening of its new 1300,000 ichool house on Friday and Saturday. Dragged lor a long distance by a runa way horse, J. tl. Iladei.lv, of Taiuaqaa, is dying with a fractured SKUlL To esrano from their burning home at Willlanwport, WiUiam s. Johnson and in Wife jumped from a secuud-story window. All hope having died out, Murderer Charles Salyanls, who will be hanged on Thursday at Carlisle, lias collapsed physi cally. The trip of Adjutant lieneral (ireenlnnd and stall to Qettytbnrg was abandoned yesterday, owing to the deep snow In the battlefield. WAFTED OVtH THE SEA. Five Bocialista and one Moderate Ucpub Ucan were returned in the eiectious iu Prance on Sunday. An attack of crip upon one of th would be principals hni prevented a duel n Prance between Audinel Gilbert, of New York, and Sener Don Manuel Depllar do Bantamaria. United Statei Milliliter Terrell has in formed the porte, in Constantinople, that he never ciiticised the Turkish govern ment's treatment, of Americanized Arme iiliiiis, as reported. WEATHER FORECAST. WAKniNOTos. Feb. 27. PoreCOSl ..... M-...J......J L , I Jj in if BM nMWtu i fuv ri,.-.rrr ii i run syisoain, Mr, foUovtfd iy in creastno ofoadiiicfe. vnnini scuta (Off winds, For leevfcra RnrasuiM ( y.-v f ' r mm Givincr additional space and special attention to this department for one week we offer handsomely made GARMENTS at prices sel dom met with. These goods are of superior qual ity ?nd at prices usually asked for medium grade. The Embroideries used in Trimming, the Muslin, the Sewing, all have been carefully examined, and nothing unworthy is of fered. During this time we sell the "Queen" Night Gown, Tucked Yoke Val encienes Lac 9 Collar and Cuffs at 98c, regular price, $145. FINLBY'S, olu ana 612 Lackawanna Ave. THE GUTTA PERU & MB M'FG ca'5 FAMOUS Maltese Cross RUBBER BELTING AND HOSE. CHAS A. SCHIEREN &CO.'3 PERFORATED ELECTRIC? And Ouk tanned Leather Bel dug, H. A. Kingsbury GENT SI3 Spruce St., Scranton. Pa. Lewis, Reilly &. Davies Reliable Footwear. v 6 Feet of every description fitted tt Lewis, Reilly & Davie3. Will oIon ri ftSToniiu at 680 p.m. XG6pt Sntuiilaj. I CLEM) ni'o, pdrtly cloudy, rariabls winda We Examine Eyes Free of charge. I f it doctor is needed you are promptly told so. We also guarantee a jmr feet lit. WATCHES AT COST for one work only. I E II I Ul II J.I1UUU1JI ARCADE JEWELER, 215 WYOMING AVE.