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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. 1IAT?CTT 27, 1894.
I Pipe i
I Valves I
1 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY
AND MACHINF.HY CO. f.
Do you wan i' a ncw
NECK BAND on
your old shirt. We do if.
M MET C 1
Concluded from Pnge I.
5C8 Ponn Avu.
A. B. WARM AN.
120 Wyoming Avenue
HASKEL BLACK SILKS
MEARS ? HAGEN
415 Lacka. Avenue.
Alattins, Rugs, eta
WILLIAMS & McANULTY.
'27 Wyoming Ave.
Three new esses of measles and one of
diphtheria were reported at the board of
health office yesterday.
The Adonis Dancing class ave an en
joyable social at Excelsior hall on Wyo
ming avenue last night. There was a large
This morning at '.) o'clock the sale nf
eats for the great sh'iw, ''Americans
Abroad." will open at the Academy of
ilusie box office.
The children of the members of the Ex
celsior Social clnb will enjoy an entertain
ment and social at the rooms on Wyoming
The fourth annual bail of the Hons of
Lackawanna was given last uight at Italia
ball. About forty couples attended. Re
freshments were served.
The sale of seats for the "Crust of Soci
ety," which made such a big hit hereu
abort time ago, will open at the Academy
of Masic tomorrow m rning at B o'clock.
The choir lod by D. 0. Richard, that
won the 1900 prize at WillceH-liarre on M.
Patrick's Day, will assemble this evening
at 7.80 at the Washburn Street Presby
bo not forget that tonight is social night
at the Young Women's Christian Associa
tion, The young women will sur"ly have
a good time for the motto and games will
The Elm Park choir will not meet for
reheur-al until Salur lay evening, nl wbi b
time it is desired that every men ber be
pr.sent. On Sunday evening thu .Easter
music will he repeated.
The Providence Women's Christian Tem
perance union will hold evangelical ser
vices at. its rooms on West Market street,
on the fourth Tuesday of eHch month, be
ginning this afternoon at 8.80 o'clock, with
Jlrs. IS. I). Fuller tin superintendent.
The Sheridan Monument association
will meet tomorrow night in the office of
Attorney J. c. Vaughn Tim final ar
rangements for the demonstration In the
armory will bo completed. All the speaker
invited have signified their willingness to
"T NEW WONDERLAND.
Under ths Oasllirht Successfully Pro -ductd
The reproduction of ''Under the Oat.
liKhi" last evening at Wonderland was
a success. Several clutnaes in the cast.
Were noticeable, Mr. Carroll as "liyko"
giving a totally different, although 11
psifeotly legitimate and too iptejblo In
terpretation of the character. Misses
Fuller, Kemp, V.'illett mid Ooutoit
were ut their best, While Mrs Ghiawold
ns the ling "Judas. '' achieved the same
success ns before.
Mr. Homer ns Snorkey, tlio one
urined veteran, end Mr, SUvensas Ray
'i'ralford acquitted themselves ndniir
My. Scarcely too great praise can be
given the sceinn effects by Harry
Thome. The dock ami railroad hcttnes
were excellent mi olicitud Immense ftp-
i Imi,-. The play rtm to, and includ
ing Wednesday evening.
.... . .
Wlnton Will Havj Lta-fct
Judge Archhald, in a lengthy ojvuioii
hSDlled duwu yesterday, discharged the
preliminary injunction obtained by nti
y.ensof Wintou borough restraining the
town council from awarding a contract to
the Crescent Electric company for lightiia
the streets of the borough. Thirty arc
lights will now be erected as called for by
the contract. The price for each light is
f76 per year.
Hastenpftrr Imported Rabbits.
The above loonier on short notice ut
run Martuti, Psnn are
FTOOira sella at, auction the contents of
a 14-room house next Tuesday at 1 p. in.,
CIV Mulberry mre...
have been selected. It is only just to
ay this much, frankly and ntireeerr
euly, in behalf of Proprietor Frothing -baui,
Leon 11. Lemper! & Sun, of
Rochester, the arohlteote an l design
ers, and their nauterottl skillod and
RVH&V SB vr A QOOD (HH,
The auditorium itself is entirely
novel in its srraugauiont The private
boxes of tho Frothinghain, luatuad of
being itnffy bnnohei of overwrought
doc ration are really part of t!i main
auditorium, just separated BtitUo lantly
to give occupants a sense of privacy
Without sacrificing either their view of
the stage or that of the main aud
ience, in passing it should be
said that this theatre u one of the
really few hoUtei in America which,
so fur as could be learned bv careful
personal tact prosecuted In every uoo'c,
crook and comer, has lit.irally u 111
ilweirable seats. Therj ie not a spot iii
main Hoar, boxes. Unje.s or either bal
cony which fails to command a direct
and comprehensive viw of the stag
! and of .nl the actors upon the shue
In the arrangement of the logei,
over the boxes and in froat
of the balooules, lowered s as
not to Interfere with spectators sitting
on the main rows, tins new theater
bes another point of originality that
last evening attracted mnob favorable
comment Ail these logeu are supplied
wiiii handsome parlor chain and en
circled by nickeled railings, tiie lust
rum shiue of which, mingling with the
yellow,salmon mi l old gold buss of the
ceilings and the inbdoed purple of tiie
draperies gave an agreeable variety
and sparkle to the general scone.
tho fronts of the boxes, logss, orchestra
circle, balcony and gallery, It should be
Mid, are richly upholstered in plneb,
ir.d surmounted by railings of nickel.
All rows on tho tnsin floor, an 1 in the
first balcony the first two rows are
equipped with magulBceutly uphol
stered chairs, while the remain let of
the first balcony seats are comfortable
folding opera cbairt,wltboat the uphol
stering, In tne upper gallery, the
benches nrs so arrange! M to prevent
one tier of occupants from interfering
in any manner with either theoomf rt
or the view of oueupunU of any other
BOXES, LCiiliS ANI HA1L1N03.
I The private boxes and upper logos
are beautifully draped in terra colt i
Velvet, richly trimmed with heavy
iringe. cor Is nnd tassels. A feature of
: much beauty u the wide and spacious
orchestra pit, which is cut off by a
partitiou surmounted by a nickeled
railing. The entire auditorium is eov-r-rsd
with stereo relief, not an inch of
plaster b-tug nsed for the walls ur ceil-
-iiigs. In tho matter of colors, as tins nl
revlybeen remarKsd, too much cannot
be s.'J. The hues employed are cream,
buff, srflmon. copper and gold, artistic
ally emphasized ut various p lints with
gold and copper bronzes. Especially
notable ars the graceful and pleasiug
furv8 of the gallery railings, the
superior arc'.iways of the main ceiling,
the delicately twined draperies and the
beautv of the grand proscenium arch,
with the rich decorations, ornuuiintii-
( tions, columns, brackets and the other
innchmsnts or tne uooriin design,
giving to the characters upon the Stags
tho benefit of a letting that suggests
nandoLeiy framed p rtraitn in some,
mellowly .'"ghted famous gallery.
vui:cAivrioNs aOAMST riBK
The seating oapacitv of the Froth -ingham
is abonit 1,600, but when
crowded the thiter will easily hold
2,000 p?rions. Exits are plentiful and
conviently loostea. Besides the large
unmbc-r of exits on the area le si le,
there Will be several hrosd stiirwavs
and first fl or exit to i'enn avenue,
The house, when crowled.can 19 emp
tied in about two minutes. Th sys
tem of lighting will employ both gas
and electricity. Electricity has the
preference, hot gas will be employed
in case of emergency, All the modern
appliances for both gas and eleotrlcltv
have beon introduce! and everything
has been done to mako the house as fir
proof as possible. An asbestos curtaiii
covers tne entire proscenium Opening
and extends into the lire wall at both
.-ides One feature of the fir--proof
cartain, found" only in theaters designed
by the archit'Cs of this theater, is that
tho curtain dos not rt upon the
stage, when down, but passes through
the stgn into the brick will, u i lr
neatb, thereby making It impossible
for the lire to piss through into tin
auditorium, should a firs oc:ur npon
the stage; and also protecting the stags
In the event of a Dl iz in the orches
tra pit or elsewhere.
STA'IK AM) DBKS9IKO KOOJU
The stage is large enough to arc 'in
modate any traveling organisation in
the country. It! width it 01 Net,
depth M feat, an I height to girl:: i
fjiJ feet. A luM set of drops an I br I -
will be introduced. Magnificent scenic
settings are in readiness, and yet otht-rs
will be provide!. The dressing rooms
are a pirlicularly liappv feature of the
new Frothingliam, and upon them a
great deal of care I18M been lavished
They number Seventeen, Hre large and
conveniently located and could, in
emergency, accommodate 100 people.
All the rooms will be supplied with
speaking tubes and eleotrid bells oom
mnnlcsting with the prompter
'J ha architects of lh Frothingliam
tmiks n specialty of thettrlcsl work
'J h" entire building, With alliisboiti
tlful dsOOratlOIIS, was nlftnned an I de
signed by them, under Mr. Frothlng
bam'J contract, and th tinting, color
ing and painting was do mo under their
personal supervision. The gas and
electric fixtures were especially de
signed for this house liven the stereo
relief work was patterned after moulds
suggested by ttieui, and Is of tho ssiue
general character us that in tho new
theaters at Ithaca, Sahenectudy mid
Al th- rear of tho auditorium, on tli"
first Hour, is located a stairway, leading
lo the basement whete u largo nnd
beautifully furnished room will be
equipped us u gentlemen's smoking
room. Nunr this will bo toilet rooms,
lavatories and the like. The architects
oi the honso ro Leon H. Lomptrt A
Son, of Rochester, N. Y. ; the superin
tendent of the stereo-relief work is I'.
i. Averill, of New York; Mitchell,
Vance eo Oo,, of Now York, provided
ti e fixtures ; Andrews, DemsrSSl k Co.,
of New, Vol 'It, the opera cliairs; Fettero
iV' Sou, of Philadelphia, supirvised the
Ai i lerica
leilEAVTirUL ric 1 1 Kim. i. ki:v
NOTBI) PLAUK l N ALASKA, Tin:
UNITED S'lATliS AMI MfcXICO.
Ml H NVMIIKUfl on I in: ors
'li:lt. TBM cms ami OKB
OVBO I ou AMI NVHUKU,
scenic work, and James M. Braiill, of
Rochester, who has made many cordial
irieuds here, superintended tne con
struction Work in behalf of the ar
chitects The bouse is a msgnilloent tribute to
the energy of Arthur Frothingbam,
l he total cost being about $100 000. The
sis of the building is 60x110 over all,
tlio theater proper being 07x110
GLIMPSE OF rtlE J UDIENC:.
A Few of tin Prominent Sorantoalans
wim Wore Present
It is not often tint such a representa
tive gathering of Scrantonlau is seen
anywhere as was gathered in the
Frotbinghani last night Among some
uf the prominent persous note I in the
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Rallstead, -Mr. and
Mis li II. Piatt, Senator md Mrs. M. K.
McDouatd, Revenue Oolleotor and Mrs.
(rant Herring, uf Bloomiburgi Or. and
Mrs. Joseph Levy, Sheriff and Mrs. J. J.
Fuhey, Ur, and Mrs. John XI. Ketntuerer,
.Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Pratt, Mr. ami Mis.
Edward A. Niven, Wilkos liane; Mr. and
.Mrs. John E. ltarrett. Mr. mid Mrs. Wal
ler Dickson, Mr. an.! Mrs, R, T, lilack, Mr.
and .Mrs. Ueorgo M. Rallstead. Mr. and
Mrs. Sal. Uoldamith, .Mr. and Mis. J. II.
Anderson, Mr and Mrs. Q. F, Averill, Mr.
an I Mrs. Ueorge Waddell, Wilkes-Barrei
Mr. uud Mrs. Qeorge Backus, Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Covue, Miss Rorteuse
Coyne. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eroth
Ingham, Mr. ami Mrs. W. W. Young,
Mr. a id Mrs 1'. B, Pag -. Mr and Mrs. li.
M. O'Brleu, Dr. Murrav, Bsrn Couuell,
Dr. .1. F. Sultry, J. !' MoOawleV, J.
Frank s.igel. B. li. Magargee, w. F,
Byrne, Carbon, tale; William Ratnlllon,
L'arbondale; Cramer Von Btorch, John I'.
Albro, John K Farr, J. I). Williams, II E.
Cowlea, Qeorge 'I'llleu, New York- Fred
c. Hand, John T. Iticbards, Jamie Bartley,
Ur. I'.jsen Qreen, Qeorge Monies, Mark
Edgar, Attorney It. .1. -Murray, Attorney
A. A. Vesburg, M, T. Ilowloy, William
AN ATTRflC I IWt PKOGRAM M t.
House O ikli to tin r formar.c j Con
structtd 011 Mntrop. lttn Lints.
The programme of.the theater distrih
uted last night is a handsomely printed
little book of sixteen pages with an at
tractive cover. It is of convenient
siz and arranged afti r the form of the
programmes of the best metropolitan
theaters. The book annnuueed that
the ex cutlve staff of the Frothingliam
is made up as follows:
Owner Arthur Frnthitigham
Manager John II. Black Wood
Trea nrer David E. Boone
Assistant Treasurer Charles Price
Advertising Ageut.. .Charles E. Hamilton
Musical Director Robert J. Bauer
.-.age Manager Hubert Minnla
Properties a Uuiry
Electrician Waiter Clearwater
tins Man Charles Slants
All the ladies who attended last
night's performance received unndsoms
PRETTIEST IN THE COUNTRY.
That Is hat On Enthusiast Said About
There was but one 1 xpression from
those who crowde I the lobbies be
tween the acts. All agreed that the
home far surpassed anything they ha I
expected to see,
The decorations, draperies, designs
of the auditorium and tin neatly fur
nished SCOUStic properties of the thea
ter were commented ou uud praised 011
"Scranton has o:io of the prettiest
theaters in the country, if not the pret
tiegt," said one enthusiast, mid the s in
timent found general approval from all
who heard it.
JAFIS GALLAGHER'S AWFUL FALL.
Dropped a Distr.nce of 250 Feet into
a Shaft and Lives to Tell
James Gallagher, whose house is on
McDooougn avenue, Providenoe, vej
teid iy fell down the shaft of the Ln
get's Crck mine, a distance of 2jU
feet, and Itrauge to say, still lives.
He was employed at the mine and
just before the socidont, ascended the
shaft to the surface. While the car
riage wis at tne bottom of the shaft
l.e iu some tiiiai countable manner took
the headlong plunge below, although
the safety OSgO Was in its usual place
at the to;), and how he could have got
by it remains a mrslery to all.
The most remarkable faet connected
with tho acoident, however, Is thai in
stead of Icing crushed into an iinrec
ogniz ible m iss, s one would suppose
would have ben the case, not a single
bone In tho man's bo ly ws broken, al
though he was seriously bruised, sus
taining a sev-re ecali Wound from
c iniug in oontact Willi the si le of the
shaft, together with othar injuries,
However, it is tho opinion of the at
tending physiolan, Dr. Sullivan, that
Mr. Gallagher will In time recover
from the effects of his miraculous fall
Successful En ertaluinnn. Pressntud to
an Ovp fl wing H un.
St. Mary's Hall was crowded to over
flowing lust evening at the best am 1
trur performance of the season in
Providence, The ''Confidential Clerk"
made a decide I hit with the audience,
us was evidenced In' the applause that
greeted the appearance of the different
Tho following characters were well
presented and elicited frequent and
meritorious applause: ,1. F Bal try, as
Mr. Morgan; (i J. Wetbers,as Mr. Max
well; Frank Montgomery, An In.no
cent Abroad; J K Moran, Mike Mc
Ginn; A. V. Gallagher and T. J.
Kvanp, Ght'm'meii of Color; Burk,
the detective. Miss Miry Grady, ns
Mrs. Morgan; Miss Mary Gillespie, us
Klua Morgan; MIsh Mary Malion, as
B-tSsie; Miss Mary May
Misses Kstle Siltry and Gertie Mo
BsohOO preside I ut tbe piano. Dancing
was enjoyed after tho performance un
til a lute hour.
MI3S f.RCH BALO ( N ERTAINS.
risannt Danclnir Tarty Qiven t Her
Horn" on JilTirson Avinui.
The Lenten Cooking dub, whom
members are Miss Jessie Itlair, Hill
Alice B.'lln, Miss LOU Well', Miss
Frances Hunt nnd Miss K i.ibolh
Archbald, gave a dancing locial last
night to about lifty of their friends
at the residence of James Archbald,
I'M Jefferson avenue, The sffair was
Informal and an upprnpriste finis to
the penitential IsttWO season. Befresh
ineiits were served Tlio uillsio was
furnished by Better.
Mr Dickson Ent riataed Choir.
'i he new choir of the First Presbyterian
church was tendered a delightful recep
tion at the boms of a. v. Dickson, on
Qulncy avenue, last evening. Over lifty
members of the choir irerc present, anil all
spout 11 most pleasant evening. Tne line'
was spent In aniiiiaied'couvei'satiiin , and
Heveru! pleasing musical selrcti.ins were
rendered, liefreshmetits, consisting of
cake, ice cream, etc., were served, and the
party broke up iibutit midnight, all hav
ing spent u very pleasant evening.
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MoBMPl'l new Turkish hath. Every
thing new. OOU Upruce street, oppuslte
!S WITH IIS
siipiiiut! Cour. D.cides Tliat tba nODtlttlOB
Procetdings Were LtlL
THE OTHER LACKAWANHA CASES
Decisions ot the Lover Court Af
firmed in Every C?sc from This
County in Which tlio Supreme
Court Handed Down an Opinion
Yesterday Something About tho
Casos Passed Upon.
Hellevu 1 heights will become a por
tiou of Scranton. The tnatt-r was de
cided liually by an opinion I: 111 led
down by the supreme court yesterday
affirming the decision of our court de
daring that the annex itlntl proceed
lugs before the city OOU'it'il were legil,
The Nnnexstiou prooeedings were be
gun some time ago when a petition
signed by three fourths of the oitts-ns
of the BelleVtte lieightH pnrtlon of
Lackawanna township was present! I
to city councils, asking that the lurri
lory described In the petition be an
nexed to the city.
A remonstrance signed br certain
taxable resldeuls of Bsllevus Heights
wan also filed with oounolls, In an
swer to the petitions councils pasSS I an
ordinance making the territory luqU-H
tiou a part oi the city f tteranton,
wberenpou an app-sl was taken to tiie
court ot quirt r leilioilS with th re
sult that uie proceedings tor aunexi
tion were duly approved.
Counsel lor the apuellantsnexto.tr
ried the esse up to toe supreme court,
alleging specific errors and Illegalities
of city councils and attacking the con
stitutionality of tho act of Pb'J. under
winch the annex ition prooeedings wen
held. Attorneys I II Burns and ME
MoDoDSld represented the olij totors to
annexation and Citv Solicitor Torr-y
and Major Everett Warren Uu peti
tioners Tiie suprsms cjurt yesterJty coa
Brmed the judgment of tbe lower
court, and liiero L therefore, nothing
10 prevent the consummation of the
annexation sobeme wbloh Inorsaeesthe
population and territory of W;;rantoa.
PLUMMBB OASB SFFIBUgO
Another Important case in which the
decision of the lower co irt was al
firmed was that of Emma A Plummer
against tho Hillside Cal and Iron
oompsny and the Lto'tuwanna Coal
company, limited The plaintiff claimed
title to Blx-sevenths of tbe osl under
lying a certain large tract of laud ly
ing in Blakely township and known as
tiie Dolph lot Tiie defendants also
olaimid the right to mine tiie coil 1111
lor contract made with previous own
ers of toe land, an I their c intention
was sustained by the lower court,
Judgi Gnnster delivering the opinion,
from which an appeal wis taksn, The
decision establishes the cliliu of the
defendants in the c iso.
The decision of the supreme court
yesterday firmly establishes the bor
ough of Tliro ip, as it affirms th deoll
Ion of the lower courts to the eff -ct tuat
all of tbo Incorporation prooeediogi
were legal and proper.
tnthecaseof the city of Scranton
against Sylvester Hush tlio decision of
the lower court was sustained. Ii th-ca-es
of V. G, Stocswell agsimt W.
0. Webster, and A. J. G. Hodenpyl and
A. B, Williams, assignees of I) 'gin
lard and Reynolds, ugiinst Btmuel
llines and others, th decisions of tne
lower court were alio affirmed, to th-Stockwt-ll
caso tli decili iti hure was
given by Judge Smith,
OTHER CASES AFFIRMED,
lo the equity suit of the borough of
Dickson City against the Enterprise
Powder company, the decision of Judge
Quniter, dissolving the injunction, was
affirmed, Two cases in wbicb ex-Julge
Smith rendered decisions, were also
sfflrmed, Tbey ere Joseph Cbilton and
M iry Cbilton against the city of Car
bondale and Isaac li Felts against the
Delaware, Lackawanna nnd Western
Rsllrond c impanr.
Ex-Jn Ige S--eley's position in the case
"f Frederick I. Brown against Dr. A.
11 Burr was nfllrmed.
Losbcwllz !-'nid to Ur the tefaulter and
Ro.e His V c 1 in
The blinds on tli windows of the
bulking house of Kjs- cc Co , the ds
fanltlng Hungarian mousy transfer
and ticket agnt. were still close 1 yes
terday. A IrIDUNB r-porter visited
Reioliert's jewelry store and learned
enough from Mr Rslohert, in whose
store Hose A; Co. conducted their busi
ness, 10 ntiuouooe that mitters are
fully us bad us repirtsd in yesterday's
Mr. Helcliert, wlio leemi to know a
good deal of the inside history of the
defunct linn, lays all the blame of the
fiasco on L lebawitz.
Boms time ago the f,.ilure of a New
Vork blinking house effected Hose &
Co. A', that :-ui. Charles !. - ndVO
anted tbe suspension of busiuesi aui
argued that an assignment ihoitld be
made for the benefit Of their creditors
LoebOWllS proposed that they OOnttnUH
business us tisuil end uudesvor to
raise mousv with which to tide them
ovr their linancl il distress. He con
sented to leave the city and seek em
ployment m lirooklvn, and nil the
money he could save would In sent on
to Hoie fur the 1130 of the Hi 111. This
was done and the business begs 1 to
prosper once more.
About six weeks ago LoihowltlCami
on from Brooklyn, and under the pre
tense of examining the SCO units he took
all the money In sight Mr. Reloherl
estimates that Loebowlts appropriated
over $3,000, He msds good bll escspe
mid Ills whereabouts are nnktlOWn,
Under these olrouinstanoos Rose had
nothing Irftlodo hut gOSWBV to avoid
the liordes of victimizod H ins and
I In good suthorltf it is learned that
Loehowltl is abro id und that K ue will
OUUSS his arrest if possible,
A BIG ENDEAVOR (VINT.
Fethsr Clark, or BoetOS, Will Visit
Tlitsto 1 on April 10.
Scranton Christian Endeavoreri will
be Interested in the annouiiceinent thai
comes from our neighboring town of
PlttstOn to the elfect that Itiv. Franc's
E. Clark, l. I) , of Boston, founder and
international president of tills gro it
Voting psopU's socirtc. will par a visit
to that place o 1 Moii lay evenl ig
It win be reminbtrsd by all rh i
know anything about Christian Bu
deavor work that lately Itev, Caik
uud his good wife made a trip 111011:1 1
tho worl i, visiting nearly every oonn
try on the globe and HtoUSeil tie
greatest enthudts'm smmt Cnl ii n
Eudeavorers, Tho notes an i plutnres
which wen taken durlni that w mder
fill trip hsv been Worked up by Dr.
Clerk into A most interesting lecture,
which ho lias been giving ever sino
with the srsalest snro-ss, Tills lect
ure, eutilled "A Trip Around the
World," he will give iii Plttston on the
late above menttoued, and the E i lav
irersof that iown purpose m ki ig it
the -vent of the year in their Work,
A nail with n seating capacity of
I, 800 n.is been engaged, and arrange
menti tire now being made by which
visitors from all of th, neighboring
places. Including Scranton, otn beae
commodated, This city isexaecled to
lend a big delegation, Reserved sent
tlcketli nt th-low pricn of I)") cents,
will be placed on "ale hers in a few
dare, and the railroad arrangements
will shortly be announced,
MEETING OF SELECT COUNCIL.
Oaly a Small Amount of Buiinass Truas-
aoted at h 1 teuton.
An ndj mrned meeting of selectconn
nll was beld last evening, at which but
little business was transacted After
several petitions for exon -ration from
dog tax hail been allowed, the follOW-
iug ordinances passed third and i. i
Providing for the constrnotion of lat
eral sewers on li c!lw street, A'h street
and Spellmau park , si propi ialiug funds
for tbe payment ol oily expenses dur
ing the year; lltablishing police in the
city, ami providing for the government
of I he same.
Un motion of Mr. Rwhs council
went into committee of, the whole und
ilightly aiutnded the ordinance for
bidding the erection within the city
limiis of sharp p anted picket fences.
After the com in ii ten aro.o His ordin
ance was referred for printing
Mr. Lauer Introduced a resolution
instructing the city engineer to pre
pare plans for improving the intersec
tion at Ninth ami Robimon streets,
fun resolntion was adopted und c un
cil then ndj mrned to meet again u a:
DR. GEORGE S. THROW BURIED.
Too Fu11ur.1l Occurred Yesterday
Afternoon and Was Lr.rgely At
tended by Friends.
The funeral of Dr. Qeorge 8. Tbroop,
iield yesterday afternoon from his late
home on Jefferson avenue, was largely
attended, his many friendi turniug out
in numbers to pny 1 last tribute of re
speot to the departed, Tne re
mains were view-d at the residence
from noon until 'J o'clock, many wiio
bad known the dead m in Intimately
during his life, parsing slowly by the
casket that contained theb idv nn l tak
ing a 1 1st farewell I00K at the face tbey
should lu v-r behold Hgilin.
A large number of beautiful 11 mil
tributes surrounded tiie casket, the list
including a broken column lrom tbe
Lodge of u ks; at h indiome piece from
tho Laskawauua Medical society; a
fireman's trumpet from th'j Hoik und
Lsdd.-r company; u broken column
from Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meloney,
Philadelphia; cilia lilies, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Fred Couuell; roses. Mrs.
II. C Doud; tosles of jus
tice surmounted by a dove, Charles
and August Robins m; pillow, from
l he deceased's little sou JJ-iinie; scroll,
L'our de Lion commaudery; piiiow,
Peter Williamson lodge, Free and Ac
oepted Masons; American beauty roses,
Scranton Rowing association ; auciur,
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Scranton; palms
and roses, Mr. and Mrs. F H. NVtiite;
Itock of Ages, Thorn is Moore, John
Hollidiy and E C, Lvnde; ros.-i, U M.
S trauton ; cross, Tbeo. G. Walter ; roses,
William S. Bjyd, jr ; cross and anchor
of lilies eud roses, Mr. mi l Mrs. Kih
eit Reeves; scroll, llr. mil Mrs Cirl
V. McKtoney; basketof rojes, Mr. nnd
Mrs W. 11. Battiu; box of ross. Mrs.
VV. F, Hsllstead; rois, Mr. a a I Mrs
A. C Rensbaw, and baskets of il iwers
irom the servants ompbyol by ins ds
oeoseJ doctor and his fatuer, I).-. D. il.
RiV, Rogers Israel was in charge of
tbe services and otf ired a prayer for
the family, at the close of which the
remains were oonVi yed to Sr. Lu'to's
church, whore the impressive E iiico
pal funeral service was read by the rec
tor. The funeral was attended by tile
till nun of theoity, membors of Peter
Williamson lodge No. 813, Free and
Accepted Order of Masons, and the
members of Bcranton lodge No. 138,
I Bmevolent Protective Ordr of E.gs,
ail in uiiiiotui. A vast concourse ol
citls ins bad alio assembled and tilled
every available n;ueo of tlio audl
At tho cli ss of the services at the
church the funeral eortegs moved to
Forest Hill cetn-tery, Thi last lites of
the Episcopal burial.sirvioe were pr
foim d at tbe grave by K -v. Mr. Israel
end then the impressive ceremoniei of
the Masonic older were c inducted
under the auspices of Peter William -sou
lodge, Hiti-r which the remains
were laid lo rest.
I he pall bearers wer i Mnj r F.verett
Warren, Frank II. Jermyu, Robrri
Beeves, Jossub J. Jermyu, Frederick
Council, R M Sirsnto i, C, W. Siu
deisou and Walter M Dickson.
The Kversti Liads.
Wait torUueruiey Bros.' new goods.
SritoMi pells carpets and furniture Tues
day nt. 1 p. m. 5lV Mulberry street.
No other medicine has pquilled Hond's
Banaparilla In the relic u gives in severe
cases ui dyspepsia, sick headaches, etc
THIS 13 OUR LAST
GOODS WILL BE SOLD
AT A GREAT
AFTER APRIL 1 YOU
ME AT 417 LACKA.
NO FIRE-PHOOF CONSTRUCTION
Wa, th. ..bj ct A , b.t- a' Mt-tn
- I cau' l I5uai d.
Members Ev .us, Watrous and Lsng
s: ff were the tbe only abeentees from
last night's meeting of the school board,
when was considered thu question of
Bra-proofing the new high school build
ing at a cosr. ol 80 nor cent, addition il
to the original estimate of $150,000
Though carried at tbe last meeting of
the board, its opposen moved an I won
a reconsideration of the subjtor, and
on (inn! vote decided not to construct
the building lire proof by a vote of 111
The ifBrmatlve side of the question
was urged by members Wormier end
Note, While the negative was led by
members Jennings and Mitchell. Al
most the entire ssssiou was devoted to
debating the question. Tiie motion
finally put by Mr Mitsbell und seconded
by Mr Jennings to construct tbe high
sen i) d hull ling as originally planned
and without the lire proof accessories
r-sulted as follows:
Ayes Mitchell, ii. O'Malley, Careen
Mut.ou, Uevaney, Welsh, Cunr'ad, Jacobs,
Barber, Jennings, Williams, Hcbielter and
Noyi Von sti.reh, Wormser, O'Bovle,
Nuts and W. O'Malley.
An Oppoitufdty for tho Uoemploy, a
Sou are out of employment.
Invest your time cn n business, steno
graphic or academic -duc itlon.
It meani snooess to you in the future.
If you cannot pay Ua this year inuke i
You helped Ul in your prosperity we
bull help you now.
Wood's college of business and short
hand. Imp uted Rabbits at Fred .Vurtin's.
138 Wyoming Ave.
VV arc l,uw exn'':)'ting a
very complete and ex
cellent collection of
A Handsome lilueCbev- C" ' l
S'orm Sorgo, in Bine and fi7 - A
Black, at $ ,,)U
Imported French Silk Oi i' C A
-posiit $lo. al)
Fine Cloth Capes at
Ladies' Jacketi.the latest i - A
fetyle.s mid In all colors.at $T.t)U
Wo show the LATEST UESlUNSlot
TRIMMED HATS and IiOXNKTS.
and also a lsrge variety of Lidies'and
'.'hildreu's 17NTRIMMBO HATS and
a large assortment of FLOWERS.
WKIII.i1. M.tTl'III.V'UU Sill. i... .,,.1 . L...
makes nlanos. s-e, .,,'. t' ,i. ...... I We show the largest assortment of
3telle St Heeley, i.ii Wyoming avenue. SILKSand LAWN CAPS and HATS
'""""' -.i. al yfry ,jW pj.CeJi
j Procrastination... CONWAY HOUSE
Id STILL, THH
DAY BY DAY
It .t. tin- prolite of tie man SS
wh . waits to advertlei until to- JS .
ii Henry Battia & Co.
S Never wsit till iniiiutrm !, J3
S! ttovortise BARGAINS todsy and 2
9 every day.
I BARGAINS TODAY S
K I" AGATE WARE. i
BLUE WARE, TIN-
E WARE and WOODEN- 5
2 Tryonr plan nnd don't wait nntil to 5
morrow, bat secure your Urgatai to 3
I y 126 PENN AVE.
138 and 131 PBXN AVL.MK
On the American Pian.
Bcranton'i newest and b..-st qu!p;icd hotel.
NOW OPEN 10 IHU PUBLIC
Heated hy Steam. Rleetrle Bells, Hath
Tubs oo eaeli it, or. Large, Weil
Llghted ut, i Alrj Uooms.
i verythlus Complete,
ALL Till; MODERN ISIPKOTEMENTt,
OBceoa secjnd flrir. Guod sample
Dr. Hill Son R J- CONWAY, Prop.
Pel troth. best -et. fs; for roM rnps
atid teeth wlttaont plates, railed crown hih)
ondae work, ,-a.i for prion ami references
rONALOIA. tor ettractlng teetli w.thju:
pain. No ether Noga
OVER 1I11ST NATIONAL BANK
GLOVES and CORSETS
Bend your corsets i be m--boned
or new Bteels put Iu,
We 1d it neatly and at a
128 Wyoming Ave.
We have a Iarga assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICECREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or 413 LACKA. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
night. Eureka Laundry Co.
Ccr. linden St. and Adams Ave,
COURT HOVSS yl Aitu.
All kinils ot Ltnndrjr vrork gnaraiitesJ
l EE i UR t INK P
Bolter Than Most $4.00 Sines You Bu
MADE MKL HAND-SEWED.
Fo Seams or Tacks to Hurt Your Feet
All Styleiand Width In Oongreiaor I. nee.
Tiie Best Shoe on Earth for the Money
1 rv I I'm" und VDii ui.t v
Best Sets of Teeth, $8.00
trolndlni he ralntesi rsiraettnj
(I teeth by an iniliviy unv i,j
Ijsia S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
BANISTER'S, Co- SLntonS11 mm'
Our Ji 50 Shoes a:e asi gooi as anybody's $3 00 Shoes.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
Special offerings in Ladies' Wrappers and
Men's Spring Styles in Hats.
Agency for Dr. Jac.or's Woolen System Goods.
M. BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.