The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 15, 1894, Page 5, Image 5
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 151 1894. LUiiiiniiiiiiiiisiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: I Pipe i i Valves I m mm I Fittings I i THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, 2 siiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR do you want a im&w NECK BAND ou your old shirt. We do It. Lackawanna THE Laundry DO r LICENSE I I JOB Fenn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Goods In La::: hTTihTTjiflorioq n w UlwCUl . Crass iiu 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming A v 3. CITY NOTES. Entertainment of the Viang Men's In stitute at College Hall tonight. ilis Xell'.e Ketebum will give a piano recital at Powell' j music store tomorrow evening. The famous Mrs. Ann Gaffney was yes terday released from tne county jail under the insolvency act. The line performers at Cushman's Bljoa theatre continue to Dlease large audiences with their clever spcurties. Street Commissioner Xirst has removed the winter accumulation of dirt from the asphalt paved streets of the city. Tha grand jury will meat next Mon day and the constables of the county pre sent their quarterly reports to conrt. A vigorous wind yesterday fanned the dust about the streets and into the eyes of ledestrians in a way that was altogether disagreeable. James Mailing, 29 years old, of the South Mile, w as yesterday fl ned 1 and costs for riflinir the pooltet of an intoxicated mau In Zeidler s hotel Tuesday night. The ladies of tha Ureen Itidga Presbyte rian church will give a free social to their friends In the church parlors this evening at 8 o'clock, to which all are invited. The V"olunt-?r Firemen association held a lively meeting last night. There was a large attendance, and subjects of In terest were debated in an enthusiastic manner. Members of the fir depart men: am re ((uested to meet at Nay Aug Hose house, at 1 p m., Friday, March 10, to attend the funeral of W. H. Schoonover. B, F. Ferbar, chief. A spark from an engine set tire to the roof of a bouse on Seventh street ocoupied by a man named ..n,v, at 5.M last evening. About one-half the roof was de stroyed before the flames to ild be extin guished. An alarm wax turned m from box 44. Measles still continue to rags In If yl., Park. Sixteen naw cases, located in that section of the city, were reported to the board of health oftim ymterday. and In spector Thomas is kept pretty busily en gaged in placarding the housis where the contagion exists. Y. W. C. A. NOTES, Yonng ladies Interested In continuing literature studies will find the Thursday night fihaketpenre circle most enjoyable. Three more places can now be secured in the dressmaking class, as several hsvj completed their conrso in the Clark dreas cuttlng system. The yonng woman who vmlt the rooms of the Young Woman's Christian annota tion today fur the lunch hour will enjoy n musicals from 12 till 1X80, A iilftinn programme will ba rendered. Young women detained in the city during tha noon hour will daily Mud the luuch room, resdlug room, reception hall and recreation room afford delightful rest and enjoy merit. Sptclal Barn sins In organs slightly used. Mu.t be sold for want of room. 1 I'.urdette Organ 165.1)0 ('ash 1 Shonluger Organ 6S 00 " 1 Wilcox & White Organ 00.00 " 1 iiridqeport 800 " 1 Dyr 4 Hnghos Organ. 45.00 " Also full lino of slat ionery at reduced prices. Tkavihs' Music Stuhe, 906 Luckawauus Ave. Notice -Camp 349, P. O 8 of A. Ever member is requested to meet at tha camp room on Friday, March 10,at 12.110 o'clock, to attend the funeral of Brother William Schoonover. While gloves. E. V. Hcnivt, President. Knit Gertrude sultA for baby at tinby Bazaar, M0 Bproee street. Court Has Listened to All the Argument for and Agaiust Granting. THE THIRTEENTH WARD CASES They Wero Before tho Court Yester dayRemonstrances In Every Case. Mr. Okell Denies Statements Made by Mr. Woodruff-Jones an Excep tional Colored Man-Lare Numbjr of New Applicants at Winton. After listening to tlie arguments why lk-onsps should be granted this year to about 180 new houses iu this county, which h ive beei advaucad siuua Mon day, court at 3 o'clock last evening ud jourued until Monday morning At that time at least a portion of the licenses which the court decides to grant will be handed down When court opeued yeeter.lav morn ing. I'olouel F. J. FitlsitauiOU urged the claims of Thomas Harrington, of the First ward of this eitjr, tor a hotel license, it ud Attoruey'i' r llobaii di I the suiue eervic. (or Michael and Jtiui'S Ulltoy, of the same ward. Attorneys Taylor and Lewis taken for u license tor John K JoilM, of ISO West Mark! street, but tin reti'i.at was opposed by Attorney A A Yoi bnrg on tbe gronnd tuat the proposed hotel is close to No '.'0 school building. The case Ol Patrick H. O dden who nsks tor a ivstsuraut Itcsme for LOS West M'irktft street was next tnksu up He was reprceeuted by Msjor Kverett Warren, woo presented a long sustain uig petition and letters from well known dtjisoa of the First ward usk-injs- that tb,e place be UflsntM. UMOWtTBAMOl AO.Usar Ooi.DEN. Attorney O H. Welles represented a remonstrance signed by thirty-two persons which set forth tintt Mr. Uol leu's place was not necessary and would not enhance the comfort of the people hviug iu thit viciuity A bottlers license was asked for by John Lukens, of Lloyd street. A remonstrance had been Bled against burke A Shea, of the Second ward, who want to open a Intel ut Sanderson avsuue and Eist Mirket street. Attorney 0. S. Woodruff ap peared for the remonstranc which oontsinsd a large nuiuber of slant tures. One of the ubjsotions to the granting of the license is that it is Qtar the site of a proposed school building. Attorneys Taylor and Lewis appeared for .John Divm. who asks (or a llotOSS for 11 U Jackeoa street. Oujct;on was made to granting the license (or th-i reason that church goers have to pass the place. The same objsction was mads to the granting o( a license to William Dtokslnlok, who wants to open a hotel on South. Main aveuii", across the street from the Gjrmau CithoHo cburch, T11K THIRTEENTH WABP. When the Thirteenth ward wat readied obj -ctiou was mads to renew Ing the hotel license of Captain John Horn, Col F. L Hitchcock and At torueyC. S Woodruff, who represented t largely sicrnel remonstraacs, declared that there was no necessity for the place. Major Everett Warrea, who represented the petitioner, argued that there is 3 great necessity tjX Horn's place. The application of D. F K -srney (or a license for the Seward home in Grseu Itilge street was oppose! by Messrs. Hitchcock and Woodrnff. At torneys U. H. HolgateandT. F. Hoban argued in favor of granting the license Attorney F. T. Okell presented th application of James Kelly for a hotel license at 1007 and 1 "iOU Von Stored avenue. He said tus house was located closer to tbs heart of the manufactur ing center than any other tot which a ,:cense is asked. ' It is perfectly abur 1 to ask for a license for this house." Colonel Hitch toek said, when Mr. Okell had floishod. "Why.no traveler or stranger could find the place without a gnide." This statement Mr. Okell denied and Attorney Woodruff further added to ids iro by declaring that the only industry near the hotel was a sand batik on the edge of which the hotel was built. HARSH WORDS USED Mr Okell challenged the statement with much warmth and referred to Mr, Woodruff in an uncoiuplimsntary manner. To prove Mr Woodruff was mistaken Mr. Okell called tha appli cant, who said the sand bank was two blocks away from his hotel. The case of Robert Bisbi wn nex'. taken up. He asks for a license for a hotel at Dickson tvsnus and Orsso Kidgs street. As in the oth-r Thir teenth wsrd cases a remonstrance was filed sgslnst granting It Attorney John F. Hcragg nude an argument for the applictot and Colonel Hltohuock for tbs reinonstranoe. Hs said the proposed hotel Is closa to s building now used for school purposes. IfosetT. Jones, t colored man, asked for t licensa for tne old Lilly hottl on West Lackawanna avenue. Mr. Scragg, who ropressntsd him, said he was ''an exsaptional colored man," and would conduct the hotel in an emi nently proper manner. Judge Aroh bald said the place hnd been lioens.'d before to n colored man and became a very unsavory place. Mr. Scragg as sured the court that such n thing could not occur under tbs BUMgslBtnl of Mr. Jones. OTilBR UOIXtn AHKKD I OR. Other licenses askad for in the Four teenth ward were (iormsu nod Cum m I tig, wholeealt, 00S WestLickaWnuna avenu. mid P. J. Murphy, restturaut at Itoblnson and Chestnut streets William ftotb, Patrick ltu-ii ar.d Pai rlck Oolden usked for licenses fnr new hotels In the Fvighteenth ward, lu the cases of the last named two remon strances wra filed, which were repre sent' d by Attorney K. H House. Wiuton borough had the last place on the list, but it was not behind in the matter of naw Applications. 0 urt lis tened to reasons why tho following new honsfs aliould b licensed Mrs. Jauu Him, Htefen Maslsyar, Michael Hersh, Joseph Konieczny, 1'etcrMas War, Patrick F. Uodfrey, Johu Huane, John F. Walsh, El ward Manly. Henry Bpritftr, O H Nanoarrow, lohn T. Hell, John Oudfry and W oych Uocar ' QUEEN Of CANADA. That Personage's Ileollty Mint with (be Mining Bessie White. Till ' y.ieeti of Cauada" has again enter m1 tbs lists. For a long timo a demsulsd woman who gives herself this title has figured at intervals In the police court. Tula time her Identity (iss bosn mixed with that of tho miss ing Dessie Whits, tbs domsstlo who liss disappeared from the house of Mr. Kennedy, 1717 Washington arsnn?, where she was employed. Tuesday night a woman called at the resldenoe of John Loftns, Green Hide. and ssked for lodging. She next made t like application to Mrs John Rafter. Mrs. Rafter and Ler daughter conversed with the woman, who told them sho lived at Dumuore but could not go horns as sho was afraid to be out late. In reply to a question asked her, she said she had lived at Duumora with her father aud mother for live years, bnt could not recall the street. The ladies accompanied her to the car and directed her the route home. Aftsr riding a few blocks alio ulighte l and returned to near the R if ter res -dence. Mrs. Rafter and her daughter thought the circumstances peuullar and referred 10 Tun Tkihunk's de scription of liittie White WulOb they tbongbt might apply to the woman. The mutter was reported to in . po lice department and ou Investigation tlie mysterious personage developed the not ovorly-bright woman, who, when in pelice ouituly, suys she is the ' Quean of C ma la." GIVING OUT EMPLOYMENT. Woiklng-s of the Assoolttsd Charities. Applloants for Hilief. Tweuty-nv applicants for employ -nieut presented themselves at the of. tiue ot the Associated OOtrltlei iu the muuluipsl bml hug yesterday in lin ing, ten of whom were given work at Ooanell park for six days, after winch they will bs laid off and ten others taken on. Some twenty or more applied for re lief, an 1 th-ir cases were reoordsd for investigation. - RICHMOND SHAFT DISASTER. Jury Say It Was tha Result ol Unfore seen Accident, but Chargemtn M ,.M He Mure Cautious. Tha coroner's jury wbo iuvestigased the Richmond shall disaster, iu which four men were ci usbed and burned to death met last night aud returned this verdict "We, tlie undersigned jurors, inquiring into the death of Thomas Hoiwsll, Richard Hughes, James Northey and Albert Riabards, tin 1 that they came to their deaths by au UDfoi seen avcideut. We also think that the chargemsu shoubl be more cautious in the diao.narge of their duties " The verdict was signed by Jurors John J. Lftus. J. 1) I'erber. jr. ilrvon Fallon, Johu Sykes, James Fatiey aud Vuughan Rtobarda. Tba jury unt Monday uight and after tlirte hours' deliberation no verdict was agreed upon, and au adjournment was made until last night, it was ex o usively meutionsd in Tuesday's Tttih VM that live stool tor a verdict, the nature of which could not be learned, while ons took au opposite view; aud that the one juror wanted to Inolu le a ceusare agalust somjbuly OOOOemed, other than the chargeui-n. TliK Tkiuimc has uo reason to quality this statement It is reported tiiat the timbering done in the shaft ami Mine Inspector Rod erick's position lu the matter were two important points of con'.ontton How -ever, the evidence presented bofore the jury, when they first inst at the court bouts, showed that ttie timbering was done iu a manner to more than comply witii the law's requlrem tits, and that tba accident could not reflect upou the mine Inspector - SANK DEEP IN THE Mil J BschUM, Drandow & Co 'j Team Stalled Near Aiohbsli. Tbs country roads are In bad condi tion in mahy plaos. m tba driver of Becbtold, Braudow cc Co.'s delivery wagon discovered Toss lav Whits on Ids wav to Archbald with n load of goods. He had nearly re .c w 1 bis destina tion, wnen he was su Idonly awaksiw 1 from tbs quiet rsverie into whicii hs hud falleu. by the sinking into the mil I of both the team and wagon. The driver tried to urgs the willing nni male to escaps from tha uiira, but tbsir Itrnggisa only resulted iu forcing them deeper into the quicksand-liks earth, while the vehicle sank to the axles. All eff rts to extricate them proved fu tile aud word was sent to the Qrm he, j for help. There was a Dsponss to the appeal for aid, but it was not until vell along in the afternoon that the horses an 1 wagon ware safely transferred to solid terra flrma, presenting an apparanue much lest respsctaole than whin they left this city in tne miming. This psrticular piece of road, whldb passes through the strip of w Is D tween the Riverside breaker au 1 Arch -bald, has caused a great deal of tr , at rurious times. NO SMALLPOX IN SCRAMTON. - N it Likely That Dtnville Contagions Will Be Transmitted Hsrs. In view of the telegraphic reports from Tiik Tribune's special correspon dent At Danville, telling of the dreaded smallpox prevailing there, it will in terest Scranton people to know tbat there Is no danger appre hended of smallpox Invading this city. Smallpox, chicken px and measles, three conracdotis difficult to chook, are raging at Danville, but the Scrauton board of healtn is not alarmed with the possibility of this city becoming contaminated, except with measles. On Monday nineteen and yesterday eleven cisesof measles were reported to the health dpartnrnt. Most of tbe cases afl located iu Hydn i'ark. A few scarlet fever cases bavs been found In the central city, but proper prooau tlons have been taken to proveut a general infection Of infectious or coutagious diseases, there are no Inrger number existing than is usual at this season of the year, and tin general health In the city Is good. ' THE PARKER STREET B 51105". Iron t tie Used In 'IhW Struuture Ar i ! In the City Three carlo id of iron for the new I'ark ir Street bridge arrived yesterday, nlid It Is probable that the work of erecting that struuturs will begin soon The construction foreman Is already on the ground, and tho street commis sioner is building a foot bridge un-dt-r the Oitario tod Western bridge Tli" material came from the Penn Bridge Compiny's works ut Bjaver Falls. -- Lihlah Valley Riilroad Company Announce, commencing March U their dlolngoar on tbe Eoropeaa plan win run ou train I, leaving P.nstoti lU.'JO a. in , ar riving at Wikes-Uarre I.U5 p. ui., aud trAln t, leaving Wilkes Harre i.liiii. m , arriving at BtStOn 7.40 p. iu., liottesd of betweou Jersey City and VYilkea-Darro, as hereto fore. And train 20, lenvlug Wllkes-lsarre H.05 u. DL, aud train t leaving New York 4. lu n m,, will now carry Pullman Buffet Par lor cars between Wilkes Marre mid New York. The rates are very nominal, as be tweuu New York and CatHiaiiqiia seats nre only ii rents; between New York au 1 Matich ('bunk, SO cents, and between New York and Wllkes-Hane. 75 cents, i i i Removil. P. M. Aylesworth wiil remove to )iiS Wyoming avenue the first week in April ., - ESatTM millinery opening at Mrs. Laug staff's Kij Wyoming avenue. THE SHERIDAN STATUE Mass Meeting to Aid the EratiOD Will Be field at the Armory April 9. SPEAKERS WHO WILL BE HEARD It Is Anticipated That the Armory Will Uo Crowdoil on t l.e Night of tbe MoetinK Committee That Has Chtrgt ot tho Selection ol a Suita ble Model Colonel E. H. Ripple's Labors Kor the Project. The Sheridan Monument ussiciatioa held a meeting last night in thuofilje o( Attorney James C. Vaugtian mid cumulated all arrangements for a pub lic dsuioubtratlon to be bald iu the armory on Thursday uveniiig, April 5 It is anticipated thai a gathering so immense will attend that the apucloua armory will be tuxsd to its utmost ca pacity Several vary prominent sp tak ers o( the city have beau Invited to de liver addresses au I every one of them Is expected to accept i olonal Btra H Ripple. R i, p J McMaiius. liiv N'. P SUbl, Hon. T VI Powderly, Hon. John R Parr aud end t'olouel Prank J Pilziimmons bavs reoelvad inTlttttOni Such au array of orators canuot fail to arouse I he audience to the glories of gallant Phil Sheridan. Tlie object of this meeting is to nriViae popular enthusiasm toward the movement for perpetuating the mem ory of the daring hero of the late civil war. Au eqnestrisn statue Will be erected ou the court bouse square to inspire the coming generation to emu late the valorous deeds of "Little Phil." COMsllTTII on UoUhX. Colonel Eira H. Ripple, Thomss J. Mi- and Lieutenant Oovernor Watreii have b.un appolutei a coin mitteo tor the selection of a suitable model after which tha stutus will bs oust. The liiovemeut toward erecting Sheridan's statue was first started by the members of the Pnil Slieriduu rlfltt, and siuco then prouiiuent men of the city have lent their CO operation. Colonel i H Ripple lias labored lu Ir fallganly to interest others uti 1 to him can be uttributed u largs meed of credit. The association will try to have the statu- iu place and ready for uuveiliog ceremouies next Fourth of July. Y. M, C. A. ANNUAL ELECTION. Board cf Directors Wilt Ee Eliutsd at Aeaociatioii'a Building Today. Every active memoerof the Yonng Meu's Christian association nan make use of his privilege today of casting a ballot ror tifteen .man to comprise tbe board of directors for 1804-90, Five directors are b:iugelected to serve one, two and three years Mr. A. W. Dickson, president of tbs retiring board, yesterday appointed Ernest Dolp i, W. A. Wilcox and John Krounfolter to oflloiate as the election board. Tiiirty names appear on tbe ballots, which snould be marked with a cross aftsr fifteen names This will register a vote for each of the geutlemeu indi cated. Heretofore the directorate has served but one year. The confusion of vot ing a complete c'aangs every year has led to the adoptiou of the by law Which divides the terms of service into one, two and thrse year periods. Many of the gentlemen being voted for today servsd ou toe retiring direc tory board, which was composed as follows A W. Dicks in, president; W. A. May, first vice-president ; L. K-ller, second vice president; W. J. Hand, chairman finauce committee; H. C Sbafer, treasurer; W. A Wilcox, re cording secretary ; A- B Cyuon, A B. Williams, William McClav, II M Streeter, (i W. Phillips, W.G. Park. William Friuk.H. M. Bjies aud W. W. Lttbrop, MEETING OF CHRISTIAN WOMEN Will Be Held Today at the Elm Park Church. At 'J o'clock this aft 'rnoon the an nual miJ-year convention of tbe Women's Christian Temperance Union of Lackawanna and Luzerne counties will be held at the Elm Park church. The afternoon will be devoted to the openiug remarks and listsning to papers by Mr T. M. Furey, of Yatesville; Mrs. W. W Lance, of Wilkes Lisrre, aud Mrs. (. Johnston, of Pittston, A recitation will also be given by Miss Sarah Decker. The evening session will begin at B0, at which the follow ing programme will ba reudersd: Devotional exercises, Rev. Wnrren (1 Partridge Tenor sulo Mr. A. P. Wooler Address. . Mtes Henrietta O. Mo.ire, Otto, Collection address Mrs. W N. Jeimluit. Wilkes Uarre. Recitation Miss May Kmory, Pittston. Eutranc from Jetfersiu avenue. Tbe convention will continue on Friday. HOPE LONC DEFERRED. It Takes Qrovsr a Qood While to Nauu an Aiuhbsld Postmnster. The applicants lor tbe position nf postmsster at Archbld have had ICUns whst of that slcksning feeling whic'i it said to coiii from l ing deferred hope. The term of the present Incum bent expired some months ngo, but bo is still conducting tlie oflloe) in a satis factory way to thedllgUitOf tbs ar dent. Dltnocratt of that bor.uigh. That ii new postmaster will bo named in course of time is conceded, and the oltlleni are spoculatlng as to who he will be Tlie DeiBOOraUa friends of James O'Rourke nre con fl lent that lis will re ceive the appointment. Still, ' there are others," LEHIGH PEOPLE WANT A ROAD. They Piliilon Ihs Court to Supply Them With It. A petition wits presented to the court yesterdsy asking that a roal bo laid out In L thigh township from a pnint on the public road at the rssl denci of Oeorgo Richardson to the residence of Nautilus Slntter. The petition is signed by F. D. liswls, Bamtrtl H Sluttor, Mellon Tan tier, Peter A Lutz, Joseph Stone, Ja cob Kuecht, Frink Kieoht, John Learn, E D. Mvlvin, liurret Vliar aud Simon Ddher. After hearing tbs pntitlou oonrt ap pointed D. W. Dale, R C. Drum and A. P. Dunning, viewers to lay out tb road. i . ST. DAVID'S HALL RENOVATED. Company F's Ball Will Be Hild There This Evening. St. Dsvid's ball, on the West Side, the srmory of Company- F, has been tboronghly renovated throughout and now presents a decidedly neat and at tractive appearance. A new lbor bus been laid, new psper placed upon the walls and the wood work ttaluad aud varnished The large stage in the ronr has been rouioved and much grouter space is therefore available. The long entrance way has also been repaired, the wad being nicely tinted and the wood work freshly varnished. it is iu this bnildlng that Company F's grand ball will lake place this even ing. Is will be n sort of dedicatory oc casion. Attorney David J. Davis is chairman of the committee of arrange mente mid Profs r Johnson will be the pianist. All military tueu who at tend will weur their uniforms. . -- A FINE ENTERTAINMENT. It Will Ba divan At Collngs Hdl on 1 buraday Kvoultig TLursilay owning. Council No. 1H1, Youug Men's institute, will give au excellent entertainment at College hall, Wyoming uveuu". a feature of which will be an address by P H o'Donuell, the celebrated Georgetown Uuivsrsity orator. The best local talent will as sist at the entertainment, as the fol lowing programme shows lie marks Pres. aL A. llcOinlev InstruineuUl uiuaic, I -. : i -ii Mandolin and (iultarClub Nolo, aelected Mus Maxgie Uarriugtoii Hole, "Hull Call" Pen.utl ltichuid Thome Doer. "llrp of the Winds'' Abt .Mle. Murirarel unci liz.ie Kevuo da. Solo, "1 Am Waiting ' iiruch ilowill Uavles. Address P. II. O'Donuell ImeU "i Feel Thy Angel Soirit," Mi-ii Kate MoiiL'au, W iiliaiu Watkius Solo, "Pruuiise M. William vVutklns iin-t. "Two Bailors, uweut Howell Uavies aud Hlchurd Tllomus Solo, selected Tun Sullirau Admission i0 cents No additional charge for seati ' DEATH OF ROBERT t HACKETT. U Was Only Two Days Cluk and die Death Was Ectlrtly Unsapfitsd. Robert E. Hackett died last evening at O.ii'J at the home of bis father '' Lsokawanoa avenue. The deceased was ;i 1 years old ami unmarried. Monday be caught cold and it devel oped into incipient pneumonia. Dr John OMalley was called and pre scribed the usual remedies. No fatal results were feared, and up to an hour before bis death Mc Hackett was feel ing good. A sudden change came, and in a halt hour the grim reaper gathered In one of the most popular and warm hearted young men In tbe city. Arrangements for tbe funeral have uot yet been inado. TELEPHONE FOR LAWYERS. One Will Be Put in Lounging Room of Court House. Before court adjourned last evening Judge Archbald informed a number of members of tbe bar, wbo were present, that the county comuiissionsrs bad in timated tbat they would put a tele phone in tbe attorney's lounging room iu tbe rear of the main court room if the members of tba bar petitioned tbsm to do so. Judge Archbald said he tbongbt tbe telephone would be of great conveni -enc, not only to tbe members of the bsr, but to the court as well. A petition was immediately prepsred and will be circulated today for siguert. FOR ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND. Suit In FJsctment for Property In Car bondals Township. J. J. Albright begau an action in ejectment yesterday against R M Siocker for to recover the possession of 100 acres of valuable land in Carbon -dale township. The land comprises portioas of the George M. Hollenbsck and Sarah Ryan warrants and passed into the posses sion of Mr. Stocker by means of a con tract dated May 10, 1802, which be made with Mr. Albright, it is alleged the terms of the contract were uot compiled with hence tbe actiou to re cover possession. ESTATE OF VALENTINE DEL) BEL. Eiiposed of at Public Sale at tha Arbt tratlon K -om lu the arbitration room yesterday the property of the lato Valentine Denbel, located iu Spring Brook township, was old by the administrator, Charles A. Z igler. It was purcbnsl by Albrt Setter, of Pittston, for 1W, Attorney James Mahon represeutul the estate at the sale. Easter Millinery Opining-. An exhibit ot trim hats, totteful In de sign. A display or straw goods, laces, jets, flowers, etc.. at Mrs. Laugstaff's, 109 Wyc iniug avenue, Friday ami Saturday. March !0 and 1. Call whether you intend buy ing or not. " Music Boxes Exclusively. Best insde. Plav any desired number of tunes. Qsutscbi & Bona., manufacturers, 1030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won derful orchestrial organs, only tS and 10, Specialty: Old musio boxes carefully re paired and improved with new tunes. " YOU CAN MAKE A GUESS. Y. H. O. A. Offara Pi x, to Ouessar of Winnera of Tonight's Contssta . A unique feature of tonight's athletic contest of tbe Young Men's Christian Association athletes wiil be the presen tation or a pair of Indian ciubs to the person guessing the order in whleh the three leading contestants will finish Iu ossa two or mora make tbe correct guess the piizs will be given to the one who hud tirst reojt Jed his gm-ss iu a book at the door of the gym naiiam. There are now sixteen eligible can didates tor the games, but by fJ o'clock tonight the number will have been reduced to about ten. The list of gladiators will be displayed at the secretary's desk aud from it may be selected tbe three winners. If you are a good phrophet and write them op posite your name in the order In which they will finish according to Physical Instructor Weston's official score, the clubs are yours. Ten cents admission will bs charged other than active members to see the games, which include pde vaulting, runnlug aud broad Jump, putting the shot, etc. Tne list of contestants will include some or the following Cole man, Koch. St. A'mond, Gibus, Bitten -bender, Dimmlok, Hallen, White, yiiinsii, Cirtrignt, Davis, Levi, Hard lag, It ess. Wbitemau aud Wyant. 1 PaIisi Milwaukee Bock Beer on draught and Kockawuy oysters, fresh from ihe btiell, at John LuUla.N's, ' WO l.ackavaunu aveLuc. i PiiKsn made butter H Strictly fresh eggs at Keluhari'a market as Aulieuaer Busih Beer. txiuis Lohman , v-u sprue at, uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKmiiiiiiiiiiiif a PiiKsii creamery butter 90c., at lt'lu hait's market, Lackawanna save. a i ev Dr. C C. Lat'Bacn, dentist, Oas and Water company building, Wyoming ave nue. Latest improvements, tight years in Bcrantou. es New Bioycl. A new bicycle worth 7o will be sold for IBB, The machine is guaranteed and is a mra bargain. Machine may bo seen authe 'Tribune office. '.'1 l lis. iigar It. nt HeliiliHrt's market Before e tuov e to 117 I .n kawauna avenue we oflta a special price ou all of our silver uov eltiM, UMBRELLA STRAPS 35c. Each. W. W. Berry, Jeweler 303 Sprues St Best Sens of Teeth, $3, 00 Including the painless extracting ct teeth by nn entirely new pro seal, "XTATCH this space for our open ing days. Spring Is Coming. We are showing an ex tensive line of beautiful Spring Garments. It will pay you to buy a Fur Garment and Winter Coats before they are packed away at less than half price at J. BOLZ 138 Wyoming Ave. Tne only Practical Furrier in the rity. AGATE AND BLUE WARE Still guffer S Idk froni the B deep cut iu S prices, In a few days we will s have the very latest S novelties in Kitchen Utensils. The assort- ment will be large; the g prices will be low. s 1 s 1 Henry Battin k Co. j 194 PENN AVE. S HOUSEHOLD FOR FISHES S. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiciiiiBitaiti(tiiisa: Seeds and Fertilizers Urge Medium and White Clover, Choice Timothy and Lawn Grass Seeds Guano, Bone Dust and Phosphaies for Farms, Lawns and Gardens. ! HUNT & CONNELL CO. Dr. Hill & Son Albany OENTISTS Fet teoth. J5.Sn; rt set, $: for cold rsrn and teeth without plates, railed crown ml bridge work, call for prices and refrene.s TO.NALulA. tor extracting Mtta thout usln. No ether. .No ( C)ER HKST RATIONAL HANK. OSLAND'S 128 Wyoming Ave. GLOVES and CORSETS All tlie popular raakee. The only Ulove ami Corset Store in the valley. We ere now open for luiiness. Huntington' HOME BAKERY. We have a larga assort ment of PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES, ICECREAM and WATER ICES Leave your order at 227 WASHINGTON AVE., or 413 LACKA. AVE. OSLAND'S. Our Lackawanna avenue restaurant open until midnight. 9& Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave. Coi RT House IqMM All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed the beet. S. C. Snyder, d.id.s. iaa wvominu avi. ( GENTLEMEN, fKt OUR LINE Of $3.00 SHOES Better Than Most $4.00 Shoes You Buy MADE LIKE. HAND-SEWED. t'o Seams or Tacks to Knrl Your Fret. au Styles an J width in ftootreea or Laaa, The Best Shoe on Earth for the Money Try s Pan mid you win wesr no ether, RANIQTEB'QM Afl SHOE on uniuuiuu uipu.vu every box! BANISTER'S, to uil1IJUWl,' ,eite3) Our $2 50 Shoes arc a good as anybody's $3 00 Shoaa. aw SPECIAL OFFERING IN MEN'S NECKWEAR, At 25c. and SOc. Each. Remarkable Yuluee. Look iu Our Window. This week we open an entirely new line of Ladies Spring Suits, Coats, Capes aud Jackets M BROWN'S BEE HIVE 224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.