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THE SCRANTON TBIB UNE TUESDAY MOB N IN Or, MARCH 'JO.
f Valves j
! Fittings I
s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY
AND MACHINERY CO s
Dp VOL WAN 1 A IM cl W
NECK BAND OQ
vonr old shirt V. do it.
JC8 Fenn Av-.
A. B. WARMAN.
i20 Wyoming Avenue
In " anss
I I l I Lin iMiin J
L X Cuu
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415 Lacka. Avenue
Mattings, Rugs, etc
WILLIAMS & McANULTY.
'27 Wyoming Ava
UNOER CONTRfiCT FENDERS MUST APPERR SIXTY IEW
II I I II I I i 1 I ) II I 1 I 1 I I J :
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Piy your gis bills today and sara the
Th Easrsr choir of th Pann A7enue
biptis: chnrch, will rnee: this even.ag for
The Adonis Dancing cUus will hoU its
Eastar social at Excelsior hail Monday
The sale of suata for Mr. an 1 Mr. Ken
dall will open at tho A -ademy box offi.:e
this morning. Chec will b-j given out
a: 7. a. m.
The Associated '.'hantiea yesterilay
turned over to the mayor's fund IliuO, the
same to be devoted to tnp'.oying laborers
on the public parte s of the city.
Contractor O'Hira bgan yesterday
morning the work- .if rip-rapping the Nay
Aug avennn approach to the Albright
All memoer of the First W riab Baptist
Sunday chojl,of Providence.are r-fjuesteil
to meet at the vsatry room next Thurs lav
at 1 o clock sharp to attend the fjneral of
A telegram was received in this city yes
terday from Protho notary freen, of the
supreme conrt, aninunciag that no decw
ions were handed down in Lackawanna
county c.ises yter lay.
Michael Salerno, special police r.ttlcer in
thiscity, has received the sail intelligence
that bis father. .John A. Salerno, died on
March 7, at Pitins, Italy. The dond man
is aurvived by three sons.
A rocking main in which Crbondal,
Arr.hoald and Jnnmore sporta and thlr
hirda pnrticlpated, occurred Dear Btrd'l
Eye pond ftunday The Dromon birds
had a complete walkover.
The North Etd Christian Endeavor
union will bold a meeting in the Welsh
Congregational church tonight. All are
invited to tw preserit a id tn'tspart. TIm
subject will be "Christ, tlm JTrue Vine,"
found in John xv, K.
Member of the Young Women's Chris
tian association are requested to make n
special effort to attend the assembly in the
room ton ;ht at I o'clock. Interesting
fact concerning the work will Ut given
end the gathering will lieplmiaantatcially.
""be Ijickawanua Iron nnd Htoel rom
ta y yesterdsy granted th-s Hcranton
T ruction company lermlssion to erect two
4Vfoot poles in the company' tuait fur
nace yard n'.ar the Cedar uvonue bridge.
They will replace poles that are at pres
ent lapponoJ by the "!ar awnue
The second annual reception to th-ir
parent and friends by the boys' gymna
liOB class of the Yinm; Men'a (.'hristian
association will he held in the gymnasium
Saturday nfternoon from to o'clock.
Exerciaei and Easter games will Mi given
from 3 to 5 o'clock. At 6 o'clock refresh
ment will be served.
Secretnry Maliy's Young Men's Christian
association Bible Trulnlng clasiwlll moot
thin evening at H'o'clock in the directors'
room. The last number of tli'i Young
Men's Christian association entertainment
course will be given by the Old Homestead
quartette, formerly with DenOMU Thomp
son, Friday eveniog. March BV, Miss Alien
Girardeau, elocutionist, will be one of the
Eleven new case of measles, two of
diphtheria and two of acnrlel fever, were
reported to the board of health yesterday.
One of the cutes of diphtheria, that of n
little girl at 617 Delaware street, la of n
maligiiuut type, and the Attending phyl -ciannas
little hopes of the child's recov
ery. Tho cases of moasles reported are all
on the WestBldu.
United State Cotmnissioner Colburii re
ceived Information yesterday to the effect
that Judge Bufflngton bad granted a rulo
to show cause why a new trial should dot
be granted In the case of Leonard and
Mnlherln against the Equity Improve
ment company, of Westchester. V'a.,
which was tried here' on the question of
Jurisdiction nt the last term of the
United States circuit court.
Manager Aaron Misley, of Iii3 Scranton LM
THE CHARGE HMDS AGAINST HIM
It Is Said That Ho Brought Untklllod
Laborers to This City Uiulei- Con
tract -Hearing Before United States
Commissioner Colborn Yesterday
Afternoon -Mosley Lriters Bail to
Appear at District Court.
Aaron Motley, general mnagr of
tlie SorantOQ btoa Curtain MaautM
tunuif OOtnpUJT, was yesterday after -noon
glwu a hearing before Tutted
States (.'omuiissumer A. J. Cjlborn, oi
tho charge of having violated the pro
visions of the contract labor law by
transporting help from England, lit
whs held tor appearatioe before the
United States district court, J. M
Kotnuiorer btoontlng bis bondsuitu lu
the sum of 1,000
The arreet was male bv I'oiteil
State Marshall John W Walker and
Deteetlve AnMonjr BomIoq, mi i the
case for the government ws conduct
ed ut the hearing bv United States,
DUtriot Attorney Hsriy A U ill. dis
trict attorney for tbe westaru district
of Poonijrlvnnia, assisted by Attorney
Oforue M Watson, of this city Ju lge
Alfred lUuJ was the defendant
Ta history of the case dates luck to
over u year ago, when Harry Warren.
who erne over from England to work
for tho lac i company, entered com
plaint agulust .Mr Mosley. claiming
mat he was Violating the contrtct la
bor law A warrant was issued bat
never servo I. investigation OODVlDOlng
the authorities there wjs nothing in
trie cuse A short tun I ago, how-r
EJgar Gonld who came over in 1809
returned to ICngUud and made com
plaint to the Urltisa consul, who re
tetrad thv matter to the proper autltor
itiis at Washington, through wiiose
efforts the arrfst of Mr. Mosley was
dually brought abjut.
KVIDKXCI IS Tilt: CASK
The brsc witness sworn at the pie-
initusrv ex nation vesterlav auer-
ucou was Henry Hudson, who came
from Eagland last May He Itatlfiad
to the agreement he had male with a
Mr Asnnrst to cotue here au.l work m
the isce factory. His pissago was pal 1
for himself and family and he had
airee l lo the dednctioa of $1 a week
f: cm his wages Until the same should
be paid back. His task was looking
afier the boys who place the bobbin
(r iui-.'S in the earn iges. It is not a
difficult t.isk, be said, as any ouj could
leurn to do it in a short time. He is
uot a skilled workman, but his wife's
rvices are of that character.
Other witnesses wereHrry Warren,
Altrsd Hnnt. Thoma Kink. Alfred
Beach. Sidney Smith, Allan Knappu,
Frederick Merriman, Rilsul Kirtbaw,
John Sherwooi, Mrs Sidney Smith
and Mrs. Elgiir Gould, all of whom,
with the exemption of Sherwool, who
haschareeof the books of tbe com
pany, cams over from Eagland to work
at tbe lace fsctory. There was bat
little variation ia their testimony, ail
being skilled laborers and their impor
tation therefor jastiMtble uaier the
Mrs Ghrald, however, testified that
her hastian 1 is a bk-r by trade, while
she is a lace men ler. He had been
iren employment as a laborer In the
bleaching dspirtment, bat is now in
England. It was ha who complained
to tue British consul.
WIVES WERE SKILLED EMPLOYES.
Tiie various witnesses all testiflid
to tbe m iking of contracts in Ealan 1
for employment hare. S una ra i le ar
rangements with Asharst, some wit i
Mr Mosl.'V n i soma with Mr. Woot-
en. bnt s all W9re skilled laborers ex-
' ar.t eTer.rv l-rndon and F. Ivar (i inld.
. j . .
the government's case hiugid on tnese
two who s-temed to have come along as
company for their wives.
Mr. Mosley was a'.ao sworn. He tes
tified tbat he waa compelled to go to
England for skilled labor and had actid
with discretion und care, doing noth
ing nnttl assured by the authorities
that be was acting within the provi
sions of the law. He gave evidence
eoncerning the number of silk luce
manufactories in this country at th
tuna the industry Wal started in this
city and did not eem to be at ail wor
ried over tbe prosecution.
District Attorney Sail admit'os! in
has argument that Mr. .Mosley had th"
ngdit to bring skilled workman here,
and atated tint the emp'oymant of
Henry Hudson and Elgar f mid waa
the onfy p'g on which to hang the
government's cae. He also h )pd to
prove tnat Ashurst w is tbe agent of
Mr. Mosley and thought the de
fendant anoald be held. Commis
sfoner Colborn th-rup'm fixed the
sum of 1,000 a Mr. Moslay's ball,
and held the witnesses on their own
recognizances In the sum of $300 for
their appearance at tha United States
FIRE ON VINEGAR HILL.
Keidr.r! of Mrs McLaughlin Ciro
The bono owned and occupied by
Mr. McLaughlin, on Vinegar Hill,
Providence, canght fire last night, and
bfore a response could he made to tbe
midnight alarm from box 89, the fisrne
uot beyond control.
The building wn almost entirely
consumed apd but little or the furni
ture saved. There was no water to b
obtained in the vicinity of the fire.
Tne loss and Insurance o ;nld not ba
Public Should Assist STdnton Traction Com
piuy in Furnishing Rankl Transit.
BOARD OF TRADE ADVOCATES IT
Possible Location in Scranton of New
ManufactUI Ing Industries -Valuable
Figuraa m. , Cost ot Stown
Production trom Culm Board Will
Have Moro Commodious (Quarters.
Other Interesting; Business Tran
sacted Last Evening.
JENKINS a MORRIS'
Orand Milllnsry Opining Will
Tomorrow the millinery optuing of
Miss Hannah Jenkins and Mis Snle
Morris will lake place at 400 Spruce
street and continue Thursday and Frl
day. 'I bene young ladle havs been
with Miss Leah Jones for several years
past, and are proficient in their art
I'lipy are well known and popular and
tboir new place of business Is sure to
become a favorite resort for the faah -iouable
ladies of the city.
In organs slightly uiwd. Must bo sold for
want of room.
1 Burdette Orgau t Cash
1 Shontngiir Organ 5 U( "
1 Wilcox A; White Organ 00,00 "
1 Bridgeport HVOU "
I Dyr & Hughes Orgun. 4 5 00 "
Also full line of Stationary at reducod
prices. Tuavi' Music Stoiik,
600 Lucltawanii i Ave
F. M. Aylsworth will removo to 528
Wyoming avenue the first week In April.
Seadleaton St Wonra'a and Balls n tine'
Ale are the best. K, J. WALau, agent, it
About That Number Granted by the Court for
the Pi'cS3nt Year.
PERSONS THAT WERE REFUSED
AmoiiR the New Applicants in tho
Thirteenth Ward James Kelly Was
the Fortunate One William Deck
elnick Receives a License for His
New Hotal Rehaarlng Refused in
the Case ot D. F. Kearney.
There was a good sited attendance at
last night's meeting of the board of
trade when suveral subjects of import
ance were discussed and aoted upon.
The prominent iiuestlon considered
were.the locating lu BoraDtOQ of several
new manufacturing industries, there
port of the public safety committee,
wherein it is advised that the Scranton
Traction company bo requested to at
tach fenders to Its cars, the cost of
steam production with OUltU as fuel
and (tie prouarlng of additional board
of trade rooms.
The report of tha public sifety com
mitter, presented bj II W. Luce, con
tatnad the following .
Vout Committee has i. ,. holding under
advisement the uuhjoct of proper fenders
to b placed on tho street OaTS of (lie city;
e. therefore, reepeutfully advtae that tiie
Bcranton Traotlou comnauy bo letpiesied
tu place on till, troni ot their oara a fender
Similar to tue ones ued in liulTalo und
lloston, or something better it it eao be
done, Wo hud ii more neoessary now than
ever before, as the nntnborof cars will
soon be increased front Bt to 10U per hoar
on Lackawauua aveune. between Praukiln
and Adiiin uvenuee. The Committee
would farther advise thai the people bv
tug wi tue lines ot tha several street rni)
roads ha cautioned not to allow bumii
children on tne streets nnatteudad, bile
tnepabllc appreciatea rapid transit, yet
the uompauy cauuut give it without the
assistance of the people, l)x Mayor John
II. Fellows and Viotor Koe!i are appointed
a sub committee to meet Uanaral .Man
ager Archer, of the Bcranton Traction
Company, to see if a certain rate Oi speed,
consistent with safety , cannot be uetoi
Mlt lOSTKlt'ri RM0LDT1OS,
Tha report was adopted, and a reso
lution, presents 1 by it. J. Foster,
to reqaeet the legislation com
mittee to recommend some moans by
which the "interference of corpora
tions In city business mty hereafter be
prevented, frustrated or reduced to a
minimum," was lost
lu accordanoa with a resolution
passed at the prerlont m etiu, Saera
tary Atherton prtaanttd a report on
the cost of steam production, which
was in substance us follows:
Improved plants with s,55) horse power
for six mouths used an average o! 101 tons
of culm per day; unimproved plants with
T.ati'J horse power for six mouths used an
average of 218 tous of culm per day. Tak
ing SO cents per tun for culm delivered at
boilers. With improved plants tnu cost
would be U-10 of 1 cent per horse power
per cay; with unimproved plauts, tbe cost
would 1--10 ceuis per horse power per
The rfpart of the manufacturers'
committee, presente 1 by Luther Kel
ler, showed that three Hustings had
been held during the month ptst, at
which was considered the proposition
of the Iloatslale Iron works to locate
in Scrantoa. Tboiaas Moore, Mr.
Dscker. of the Scranton Iron works,
and Mr. Spvuks visited Honesdnle iu
conjunction with the committee and
the soutii Side board of trade nnd re
turned a report showing tiie value of
the plant and tbe business to be great
er, sveu. than represented. The com
mittee recommended that everything
be done to induce the Ilonesdale firm
to licate hare.
S. Elgar Trout, or Wilkea-Harre,
wishes to establish in Scranton a wall
paper manufacturing plant, for which
I 1.0 1 1 '.ash capital will be required to
start. This matter had bien referred
to J. S McAnulty for investigation,
but he has not submittel iiis report.
'I he manufacturers committee also
recommended attention to tno sliding
blind patent of Mr. Wilson, who was
present with a model. It was an
nounced that large profits could be oj
taiued from its m iniifscture.
HORI BOOH NEEDED.
John II, Keinuierr presented tho re
port of the com mlt tea appointed to
consider the question of additional
board of trade room. The commitls
recommended that the sp ice uaxt the
present apartments be rented and n
connecting doorway made The point
was taken by Ft. J. Foster tbat tbe ad
ditional $20) necessary for rental
might better beappiiel to tb sinking
fund, but after considerable disenssion
it was ordered that the saiuo room com
uiittee be empowered to rent the pro
posed space in connection with 'resi
dent May'a concurrance an 1 upoa
M. Troutfelt, It Moses, II M Scran
ton. deorge Phillips, F 8. ilsrkr. (i
N. Littlo and Samuel Mclviohcn were
Bleated new members. Tiw following
reslgnatlone wero accepted: 0 W.
freaoan, Qeotga Jeaaap, E. P. Kings
bury, P. H. Qllgallon and M. J. Kelly.
Since the board refined to submit
its statistics to the Scranton Republi
can for use In a contemplated special
industrial edition, the publication com
mitten his bean requested by Mr.
Scranton' representative to submit
ths figures. That rnrnmlttso in Its re
port said that I he board a a body re
I used to endorse tho enterprise or any
other which is not under I's officer'
supervision. It recommended thai tiie
secretary give out only such inform i
lion wenld b consistent with due
privacy and to only answer ntcessnry
An Important mutter, but one which
Created much ninuiHlueiit, wh that
brought up by Alderman Dickson reln
tive to the unrestrained wanderings of
cattle about the lawns of private prop
erties. Th mayor will be asked by
letter from the board to have tbe cow
NJamfroni other minor milters wine
also ac.lHil upon and un adjournment
made after one of thi busiest meetlnge
of tbe board this season.
OtLUbt Oi APPLICATIONS.
Removal to Waidiir.Ktoo Avenus.
Miss Sarah Mi I, arm lias removed her
millluary parlors from IIJ4 Spruce street to
a more desirable location. B11 Wasluug
Ion avenue, where she will hsvn larger
and morn commodious qunrtere. Miss
Mel. alio is now doing bUSlneM at her new
place, and will be plnnsod to have all (co
old friends to call nnd see her.
The Everett Lsads.
Wait for Qaernaey Bros.' new goods.
10 BEAUTIFUL PIOTUBEB, i.vkuv
NOTED PLACE in Alaska, TEE
UNITED TATEI AND MEXICO,
n K til .miihii in TBE COCN
TEK. TEN CENT! ANl OMB
COUPON roil ANY NUMItKB,
There wn n large attendance lu
court yesterday luorulug when Jmlues
Arch bald end E 1 wards went on tbe
beueh to announce the nniii"S of those
to whom they bad decided to R'ant
liquor licensee for the fitaal year 1MIH
It was a very much interested Hlldi
euce, nearly every one present having
u personal reason for appreciating the
notion of the court.
i it course there were in my dlsap
pointed and not few anrprlsed per
sons when the action of the judgva whs
tiiadu known. Tills year timre were
over l'Jtl new applicants, about half of
whom were refused. All of the old
houses that made application w p rn
llceused. lu the Thirteent!i ward Cap
tain John Horn was given neriuissiotl
to continue in the hotel business and
James Kelly was granted a license fot
a new hotel on Von Stolen avenue V,
i). lUnlck s wholesale license was also
A license was granted to Willi mi
Dockelnlok for his new hotel on South
Main nveiine in the Fifth ward li
Lackawanna, Fell and Old Forge
townships mi l Wlnton borongb many
new housta were licensed,
TH08B WHO WBRI ItEFUSBD.
The applicants to wiunui the court
refused to grant u iw lluessl are:
Archbald First wind, Anthony Both,
Andrew Bnabko, Joseph l'okulka, Third
ward, II li. Breckstelu.
HUkely A U Dnulop, Aaron Lloyd,
David B, Jenkins,
(.'arbondale Township Michael J.
Uarbondale City Pirt ward. Caesar
Mnggoe, Anthony Cerri, Joseyta Alello.
I)Ickou City Frank BrodowskL lieorge
Kolatn, Joseph K'of:-, Jusepli l'oiiskv,
John Iturke, P. II. tlallagher, .1 ibn LabJt
sky, John Manorkie, Oeorge N. Richards
and others. Patrick Long.
Dnnmore John! Otbboni, Johu Powell,
John Bammou, P. J. Dougherty, Domloico
Vacann, Grady ninl Boland, (m'rge Pfabl
er. Micuael k'inuerty, Ueurge W. Hall, M
Fell Township Michael Krotky, John
liosaik, i'hilhp liogote, Joseph Kallepllo,
Matilda Ham, John Leary, H. T. O'Neill,
William O'Keefe, Thomas aowerder,Mary
Jermyn Borough Michael Uooch,
Lackawanna b. P. Bellas, Hopkln L.
Mnyfleld Qeorge Jnbroaki,
Old Porge Frank U, Wood, Kramer
Draband, Clarence 1. Snyder, John Kry
sta, 1'. 1'. Durkin, Prank i'atersou, John
Baundera, ttmilto Bardonelli, Joseph Jo
tephowltt, Angelo Ciienta, Michael Itwsi.
Olypbant - Patiick Mackerel, Edward
Tinsley, (iejrte tUnawa, Million liasilia.
K Soi aatou-First ward. Thoma Harrin
ton, M. and J. J. Oilb iv, John K. Jones;
N'coml ward, Patrick H. Golden, John Lu
kou and Burke v Shea; Fourth ward,
William B. Stevens, John Davis; Sixth
ward, John P, Mabou: Thirteenth Ward,
D. P. Kearney, Kjbert lleabe; Fourteenth
ward, PatriOsJ, Uurpbv, Mrs. T. Joues;
Fifteenth ward, Deums Kelly: Eighteenth
ward, Patrick Bush, Patrisk'ticl leu ; Nine
teenth waul, Joseph Spltzer;' Twentieth
ward, Mutthias Uugno.
Wiuton Henry Spitzer, Joseph Masle
yar, Hugh Murrav, Joseph Konleczuy,
Peter Mosleyur, Johu Oaotry, John L
Wuish, Annie Bucgo.
ASUO FOB A BBBBABINO.
Attjruey R H. Holgatc ask d for S
reheanug in the c nu of D. F. Kwrney
of Ihe Tbirteentn ward, but the court
refused it. t decldsd, however, to al
low a rehearing on Siturdav in the
case of Oilboy Bros, of the First war !
on the application of Attorney E P.
Hob.in. The plaoi for which they ink
ed for a lic-nsa is an old house but
there is a dispute about the leas and
the license was granted to Mark J.
Moran. (Llboy Hros. say they hold
the lease for the premises and the
court will give them au opportunity of
proving the assertion.
County Treasurer Powell received
8.050 from liquor licenses taken yes
terday. The first pers in to take out a
license was Charles II Haul, of Lacka
wanna township. Notning but cash or
certified checks will be received in
payment for licenses They must be
taken out before April 1.
UYDON WANTEO TOO MUCH.
Hs Rejected the Offsr of the Scranton
Michael LtydOO, of Minook. whose
two children were slightly injured on
Saturday by lieing struck by an elec
trie car. met the attorney of th Scran
ton Traction company, Horace E.
I land, yesterday by request of the com
pany's ugsnt. Tim COtlierCOC was ar
ranged that Mr Leydon might be rec
Ompenied for whatever injury his
Tbil action was taken to preserve
the mineable relations between the
company hu1 the public generally
rather than from any belief that the
company's employe were responsible
for the unci 1 nt
Mr Ltydou was told that tho com
pan.V would ttle nil dnotor bills and
pay him trio. He declined the offer.
At first he wanted fdOO. but later
agreed lo compromise on fl7o. but tne
compromise was not acceptable to tha
Dr. Mauley, who treated the child
ren. tatts that their condition is so
favorable that be did not consldar it
necessary to prescribe for thnm
HRE AT IHE GLOBE HOTEL.
flicck and F.m'ursa DsstroveJ and Dulid
Tho oiobe hotel at 837 Wyoming
avenue caught fire at half-past three
o'clock yesterday morning and was
badly damaged, tnoet of tho slock and
fixtures being destroyo I, although the
efforts of the firemen prevented the
Rimei from extending farther than the
barroom, The lire i lUppoaed to have
linen 01 Used by a gas jnl lu the cellar
The hotel has been conducted by l
A. Dougherty and J. F. Fabey, The
linn hud 18 100 Insurance in thaagenoy
ore o Boland, 11,800 in the Albany
and 1, 800 ill tbe British American.
Mis Richard McIIugh is tbe owner
of the building, but her loss, which is
itimated at about 91,000, in fully cov
ired by Iniuraoos,
Ski; our double store of Lastiir Mowers
for church nnd homo dCOOratloni, Fine
lilies, bydrangia, unite, hyacinth, iplacar,
maiden hnlr fern. F.veryihing bountiful.
mi nnii ut) Wiishingion avenotv
M O. li. I Lahk At Co.
Knit (iertrude suits for baby at llabv
Bazaar, AU hpruce street.
A new bicycle worth 7.i will he eold for
3A. The machine is guaranteed mid is a
rnrebnrgoin. Mucin no may be Been at tbe
I ' I
Btdlam L-t Loose at Juvenilt Coavon-tlon-of-All-Nu'lona
liy actual count, more than a hund
red boys of nli nationalities, agea.puy
slojUvaand colors yasier la appeared .it
the Arcade office of the FrotOlngtum
iheuter iu reeponae to tins advertise
ment, which appeared In yeaterJay
Hoyb Wanted tbn qooo lookinq
hoys aluiit I'i years of ue wantei to
set as usher at the new Pro thi na h am thee
ter Appi, ui theater Una morulng a 11
liy th uninitiated, or tbofe who did
not know what a Tbuuni advertiiemeni
could do, it Was interred thai liedlam
bad been let loose or Ihal a juvenile COO'
vention of-nll-nuiious whs in progreej,
Tin m were boys goo 1 und ba 1 looking,
bow legged nnd plgeOO-toel, frio kle
faceil and sallow skinned, slender nnd
stout, tall no I short , Homo had white
shirts and collars, others, hud no shirts ;
ono bettlabrowed raaoal, whooonld
only muke bi appreciation known
through billingsgate, dialect, came
down from the Rongh-niid-Ready din
triet ami was ut the door of the Ar
cade lief. ire the janitor had begun his
However, from aliiong the throng
Manager BleokWOOd had no dillknlty
lu seleotlng a oorpe ol bright, neat und
efficient young men wi,,, will bectow
polite attention upon the new tho iter's
BUHKE AS GENERAL GAUGER.
Revenue Collector Grant Herring Wil
Appoint Him Williin a Few Days.
Other Fortunate Persons.
WHITBURN'S TERRIBLl KALL.
Conscious with Splui Boksn and
Sbouldsr and Arm Pulvrrlaid.
Frederick C. Whitburn, aged 21
years, formerly of Hyde Park, who
had been an iumuto ut the Hillside
home for fourr-.rs, fell from i mov
ing Delaware, L uk i wanna an , vv
rn ir.ight traio yeaterday afier
noon and died a few hours I iter at lu
Lackawauuu hu-qut !
Whitburn boar le t the i 30 to aome
to Hcranton from Clark'i Bommttand
stood on lbs boniper, Ra und inen
hii' j ict lo apoplexy iu I. ii ii itpp He I,
fell from tue oar during an attack
His left Innnldel and arm and right
hand were crushed to ii palp, ami ms
nine broken. Hi was brought to tin
citv and conveyed from the depot hos
pital iu au nmuulanoe When the hos
pital was readied Whitburn WSJ 0OU
UioUS, but only live 1 few noun.
At 0 o'clock the remains were re
moved lo Price's undertaking eitab
Habment on South Mam avenue and
prepared for burial Whitburn wns a
member of EnterpruVi lodge, o
Loyal Knilils of America. Tne fune
ral will take piaco from th ) bouse ot
his graudmotber, Mr Whitburn, of
880 North Garfield a venue, at 8 80 to
morrow afternoon, Interment will bs
iii.ulu at the Washburn s'leet cemetery,
Mrs. Bmma Dlem'i millinery ope dug
will occur 'j'bursday, Friday audSaturday,
Ail tbe latest atylea from tbe leading ew
Mm. Emus Diem,
701 t.eiiai avenue.
, - -
'Iiik entertainment of the Excelsior so
cial tor Wednerday night is postpj ed un
ill lui ll.er notice.
138 Wyoming Ava.
Revenue Collector Grant Herring is
something of a diplomat, iih well as a
Brm believer in tbe principal that "to
the victors belong the spoils."
Iu tbe struggle for deputy revenue
collector of tins diltriol there was
much energetic wire polling for Wil
liam Craig, V J Hmke and one or
two othef nspirants. For a time lion
ore were apptieiilly even in the race
between Mr. Craig and Mr. Burke.aod
when tho former waa appointed Mr
Burke and his friends were naturally
not the firat to throw uji their bate
and cry lor very joy.
lu fact they were somewhat sore, and
Mr. Herring, who is a thoroughly prac
tical young mini, diJ uot blame them
He realizid their disappointment!
'i'o prove that he bus tue greatest re
gard tor Mr Iiurke be has determined
to give him the next best position at
his disposal, that of general ganger,
with headquarters In this city in con -venation
with a Tribuhi reporter yes
terday, Mr. Herring said he would
make the appointment 'U a few days
Mr. Iiurke will succeed Henry Somers,
the preseut efficient gauger.
Other appointments soon to follow
will be tbat of Joseph Haberatroh to b;
stamp agent for Clinton county and
district In place of John B Myers, and
Casper W. Brooks to uct as slore ke-per
and gauger ut Pleasant distillery, Oen
Late appointments are as follows:
Sylvauus Weaver, of Northampton
county, deputy collector for tbat
county, to succeed Louis Snyder and
F. L. McGee, storekeeper and guager at
:.:-.: - distillery, I'niou couuty.
Scranton's Business Interests.
TBI TUBOm Will aoon publish a care,
fully Compiled uud classified list of the
lendltig wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing nud professional interests of Bcranton
nud vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnbhc build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of lending citizen. .No
similar work has ever given au equ.d rep
resentation of Bcranton' many indus
tries. It will beau invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of tbe city. Tbe circu
lation Is cn a plan that cannot fall of good
results to t hive concernod as well ns the city
atiarc.o. Representative! of Tiik. Tribcni
will call upon THOSE WH08I NAHM
arc DEBIRBD in tins edition uud explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please 1. ave notice ut
Puppsr This BVsalPg,
'lhe following menu will be served at
tho supper given by lhe I. idles' Social an
ion this evening at the Penn Avenue Bap
Raw, stewed, ESccolloped.
i old Ham. Saratoga Chips.
Lettuce -Salad. Pickle
fake. Ice Cream,
Millinery Opening Days,
211 Wyoming Avenue
rrd ef Thank.
The Underetgntd Wllb to express our
heartfelt thanks to all our neighbor and
friends who ho willingly assisted us In our
late bereavement to the Bretncn,Pattioiic
Order Sons of Aiucries, and Ihe Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western freight hands,
ami all Other, for their words of comfort.
ml the floral destine.
D, w. Bohoonovrr and Family,
We move to n LacktiwiHtna
venue wo offer r Bpe IrI
price on nil of our Sihi'i nov
St-lle & Se, ley,
rcBLBSa, BUAW und ether
Se piano i i tvindow i r
;M Wyoming nvei. ;
Till: Luteal NToveltiei :it :a'
livo prices, Imported BoiibcLs
nut Hut--. Also u Inrgo ns
lortmenl of copies from our own
workroom showing tbe latest ef
fects in colon and trimmings.
A lnrge assortment of Lu lies',
Misses' and Children's
Wc are. also displaying in our
show room new fashions of Ladies'
Capes, Jackets and
of ull descriptions.
Special inducement for
this veek in Capis, Jack
ets and Suits.
1 COiMWAY HOUSE
1 DAY BY DAY
h ''t t '
-tib until t 5
Henry Battiti & Co. a
Never wi.it till tomorrow, but S
advertise BABUAIXS today sod S
a every l ay
S BARGAINS TODAY
ri I p. AGATE WARE, s
s BLUE WARE, TIN
r. WARE und WOODEX s
5 WARE S
B Try onr jd in and don't w t nntil S
5 mori v ... m
126 PENN A VS.
i: ; ami 134 jew a;:m :.
On the American Pian.
S ruit 3X11 MWfltt st.! bMl ((joipptd Iwtel.
H-tti hy Ktrttm. Ivlf-ctile Belli Bath
'lUte. UB fill II tit OT. LaiTfC, WttiJ-
Llgbteil an Alrjr bKiBny
Bvsr) . Iss nj: i unpU t
ALL THE MODES 1MPKOVI MIMs,
Offict' on secjad flor, '.d suil; .e
i uuiu eittachwl,
Dr. Hill 8 Son R h CGNWAY- pp-
Pet twth. So-V: bett Mt, 5K: for foM rnr
nd ti-eth witljti'.it ; lun. t ll 1 crown hrA
fartdgt ork, call for prices and refer! c -TOnALOIAj
for eetmeting teeti witliuut
l-aiu. NottDif, No Sett
OVEB 1 IKT KATI1 N L BA2CR
GLOVES and CORSETS
Semi your eorsets to be 10
iiinii'il or nei steels jmi iu.
i' ilo it neatly and tit a
123 Wyoming Ave.
We have a larga assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or413 LACKA. AVE
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant ojen until mid
W. W. Berry, Jeweler
303 Cpruco Ct.
Best Sets of Teeth, 00
Jncllldlnst h jisllilraa rxtriii'tln
vf teclu by uu mtiri'iy uvW lr
S. C. Snyder, D.D.3.
U5 WVOMIAU AVI.
')sflTTfl, urr.iav,e. J
Eureka Laundry Co.
Ccr, Linden St. nnd Adonis Avo.
1,', m HOUBI S,'i Ai.r.
All kin.ls of Laundry Work pasractpsj
Better Than Most $4.00 Shoei You Buy
MAP,. LlKr HAND-SEWED.
ro Seams or Ticks to Hurl Your Feet
Alt Style and Widths In Con gross or Lace,
The Best Shoe on Earth for tbe Money
Try n Putt i t i l iron will wear no i tlv
very box is
DAN IS 1 ER'S, f- UckMaEAll'pm5 km
Our $3 50 Shoes are J good as .'.nytndy'a $3 00 Shoe.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
kiiv a bit
Just opened, Noveitiesin
Ladies' HATS, BONNETS,
GLOVES, COATS. CAPES
New lino Men's HATS,
COLLARS and CUFFS.
M BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
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