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THE SCR ANTON TMHUXE-W EDNESDA V MORNING. MARCH 'JS. 1894.
NOTABLE CHURCH 11
I They Will llteid (lie IjOBllJ Couftivnco In
F3ttinS 1 1 PROGRAMME OF THE EXERCISES
s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY
AND MACHINERY CO.
DO Vol' WAN 1' A W
NECK BAND OU
your old shlrl Wrt .1.) ir.
.rC8 Fenn Avs.
A 0. WARsHN.
Contt'rencu Will Uegin on Tuesday,
April 10, and Continue Until April
10 Veterans' Association Will Hold
n Meeting on the Evening ot Anil
10 Arrangement! Hjve Boen Msds
tor Entertaining Visitors.
The arrangements for the foiir-twiri
anunel Wvomtng oonference of the
Metluu'.i.-.: Ki.iscni.iiil olinreli tn the I' m
I'nrk onuroo nave eboni been ootn
)!:.' l rbe firal eeeslou will oonrene
wedneeiejr morningi April U. On t tin
ventug of the preoedluii Tuteley tin
ministers, who are veterans of the
elvll war, win hoi. l u eenp fir at iw
ii. m , nt wnioh Rev, 0 L, Severeon
win preeld Rev A .1 Palmer, D D .
paator o( t. Panraohuroh. New Y.rk,
will deliver Inn 'amuse address, ''Coin
FIRE INSURANCE !
120 Wyoming Avenue
HASKEL BLACK SILKS
MBARS i U
415 Lacka. Avenue.
Mattings, Rugs, etc
' Z. 7 W y 3 m I r-. g
A social is to be siva at Kegel's danci..
acsdeny tela aveaiag.
a Barrings license ere greeted yes'.e.
iliy to jutm Busesrd and Ada Sraett, of
H. A. RTanfelrl Will erects Sue d .veiling
SOSSaoa Mndlsua avenue daring ILk com
.r.ir stirs tnr.
The eale end supper under lha snap ies
if the Women's Ootid uf St Luke's cburcb
has teen postponed.
Mmber -.iciai of ti, Yoaa Mn s In
stitute will bo held at tui ruoi on Leeks
wanna avease tonight
'inn afternoon and evening will be the
last opportunities fr seeing "L'niier tne
Oaaligbt" t Wonderland.
Deputy Sheriff OrlaW nld yesterday sold
tli personal eff:ts ol fr Jones, uf
Peckvill. They bTOOgbt MS. 80,
Klectric Workmen's BBioa, No. El, will
bold it-, flrs; annual and electrical dis
play at InrntT bell Friday night
A fju.,rum of I be BOBHSOa COODCl did not
materialize last SVenloc and an adjourn
ment was taxen until Thursday night
John Har: of Vi.;-ar if. 11, was irionsly
hnrt tn tb Von BtafCh slope mine yester
day. Dr ii B, Merphy found hlBtevSer
iDZ from fpinal lajBff
The sal and supper intended to ti held
&n Thursday of this e hv th Women a
gnttd of st. LnkVachareh has been pool
o .oed. No data for then bu ret bun
The fur.oral of J .hn B, WinV.n, who wa
killed by the Dlawari nnd HodeoB BBglBe
satardsy eventnir, w.U take jilnce from bu
home in Dickson I'ny today. Interment in
Plans have been prer;ird for the erec
tion of a three-story bncic bBlldlag in the
rear of tbe Df (Jate property on WakIi
ington avnue It im to serve as an ex
tension of tbe sir ICtWe faetag on Spruce
Tbe grocery store of Thorna-i B. Orlfltha,
of Jermyi., was dosed by the ihertfl '
terday on jodgfaantl attMBBtlBg tolMXe
held by iorge B, Jernvn and Hachet
ChlStM Mr. (irifflthi' efTectt w.d be sold
Attorney It. W. Molbollaid has clinnged
hisquartefi from BpfBoeetreot to the Barf
building on Wellington n venue, where
Attorney ft II. Mou-ie alio now bus rooms.
AttrAiiey CoVhtllOl Cotnegyi will, on April
t, occupy rooms in tbe BepflMiMB build
ing. Mnnus Mcl'ndden, John Coyte, Jofafl
t'onnell, Hchae HeLeafl and Edward
htanton, of the Went Sldn, will leave In a
week for OklOBOtno territory. A recep
tion will be tendered to tfietn by their
ti lends lit liostou Store hall, Saturday
C. B. Jefferson, Kluw 4. conipauy will
furnish the IBCQffeful Comedy, "Tbe
Prodigal Father," at the Frothingliam
Theater on Friduy and SMurdny avaBlBgl
and Saturday DttlBM, The Mil of Itatl
WlU" Opto at tbe box Office in the Arcade
this luoruing at U o'clock, i'rlcm will hi
II, T5, DO and SSoeate,
The social of the "liood PrOgreiL" given
by the crew, class HI of the Providence M.
E. Sunday school, at the Aluthodist BpU
opal church, on North Mam avenue, last
evening, was au eujoyublo ovent. The
ihlp'a oftlcera were: ('sprain, .Mis Amy
tCalley; first mate, Ijeorgo Perlitoni itew
ardees, Mrs. w. c. UcOonnellj ebeplaln,
Kev. M. U. Fuller. An tuturustiiig pro
gramme win carried out.
The Ladies' Aid society of the lireen
Kldge baptist church gave a sacred con
cert in the OBOroh last evening. The fol
lowing ni tUts participated in the pro
gramme: Soprano, MIn I.ucy Yanuan,
Curbo while; tenor, W. D, livaus, Carbon
dale: Violinist, Profeusor '1'iiecdore Ben
berger, late of Qermaoy pianist, Henry
P. Noli, of Nyark, N'. v.; Oeclllan qner
tette. soprano, Mrs. Frank Urundage; cou
tralto. Miss Mnggle Jones; tenor, Uavld
Stephens; baritone, J. T. Watklua; accom
panist: Mrs. D. B. Thomas.
will be nutertaioed ai follow
BiebopJohn F. Bum, D. D., to been
Urtauied at C i. Simpson's, Nt Olive
rtrtet; Kev, i O I'e. ii, U l, Dorretpond
lag sverotary alieslouary society, llev
1 :.:!ii VY, Pock', IMM Chestnut it root;
Kov, u Beebrord, l' D., preeidoot
u ii i VVosloyan BBtveraity, Kim I'nrk par
oaago; W, a Speucor, l. D., cor rot pond
rsooretarj Board of Cburuh oxtentlon.
Elm Pirk pareoaeeoi Kev l". it. Payne,
t P, corresponding secretary t'ductt
llooal society, 'm Park oarconage; Rev,
a J Palmer, l I)., of New York, Elm
Park parsonage) Bee. 1 T, Raymond, D.
l , prosideot Woeloyan nutvereity, Mid
dlotovru t'onn , I F. Mefiugel', U03
OUve etreet; Bov. Qeorm it. Crooks, i.
L , profoMor Drew Tbeologicid lerainar.v,
Elm Park parsoBBgo: Professor W. F.
Wmcbistrr. profoseor Weeleyea univer
sity, ailddlotOWB, COBB., Elm PavL nt
on ago; Rev, Bewyor, l. D., editor North'
em Cbrlstiau Advocata, Blra Parkpar
lOBage; ttev J M Buckley, L. I. rdltoi
1 hrUtiau Advocate, Elai Park pareonage;
J F Price, U, O. Nan Vorii. tt F Uo)ii-
wids', i ". Quiucy avenue
Thecouiplfte prograoime frou the
erening of Cueslav, April 10, until the
following MouJay uooa bus bu ar
ranged as follow;
Tuesday, April '.0. -7 90 p. in . Wvoming
Coni rece Veteran association, Rev, O.
i. Beverson, prvsiaingt add railed by the
Kev A. J Palmer, IV U , pasdr of St.
Paul'.. Methodist Episcopal church. New
York; subject, "Company D, tne Uie uo-
VYodBttday, April 11. 9.00 a. m , Devo
t ..aai services; 10.00 a. m., Organisation
if coafersnce and bneiaese eeeatoa; M0
p. m . St.i:i.tical sesiiou; S.UJ p. iu , Ml
lionary jertnou, Kev. Atuasa F. I'aallee;
Bp m. Temperance aauiversary, Bev,
F. Ball, uresiJiu'. addreoa Bv J E.
P Leo, D i. pastor st Jme' Motuodtst
Kt'iso ipal chnrcb, New York.
Thnraday, April lft sa m., devotional
serv.oe vim., b'.:v:'.aM Wsiou: -30 p.
:ri historical anatverssry, Ror.ManleyB
Bard, L1 !' presiding; Bev Qeorge K.
:-;:' D., and otnera; 7.3d p. m,, anol
rersary of rea -ket Aid Soetety, Bv. Y.
C, Smitb, preskllog; Uovsrnor p.. E. Pattl
cted deliver tbeaddroji
. : lay, April IS. 8 a. in., Peatacoatal
rv . tn iei-.-ure. room lad by Bev, Mau-
UT S. Hard. D. D. : 9 a. dl. busiue-ii
: l. . m . ausivorsary of tbo Womeu's
Hume Missionary socioty, Mr. W. II.
Tearce. prettdiag; address, Mr; Mary
f At! lit TV '' Morn-town. -New Jerrey; ? 4k) p. ui.,
m Unit U LI ' nnif warj nt uie cburco Extension
socisiT. r.-v. .ivnn oraoenaw, presiding;
addressee, Kev. Stanley & Hard. Itsv. W
A Bpancsr, U. U.
ratnraty, April 14 - isi a, m . couecri
fion tervico, bcttire room, Kev. J. W.
VVabb, D D., leader; ftoo a. m., businoaa
e-s m .',o p. m , anui .eriary of tbe W
ii. an Foreign Missionary society. Mrs. M.
.- Hard presiding; address, r. L D,
(jiborr,, Brooklyn, N. Y'.; 7.30 p. m., anni
versary of the Educational and rreedman'i
Ail societlea, 1. I.. Sprague, D. D.
ho 1 the Kev. J W. Nicholson, presiding,
addresses, th'eRav, Charles Payne, D. D,
and tbo Bev. J. il Bartssll, L. u
TUB gtnipAY sIRVIOia
today, April II 8 a. m , CoafereBce
.ovefsast, Bee, M l Pnllsr,;leader; in a
in. ser-i. . and ordtusti!i ..f de.v:on. Bis
bop ) .n F. Hurst 'J p. m... ordlnatlod of
iders aad memorial itrviGe; i 30 p. m ,
Epworth .-ag ie anniversary, Rev, J, o
v rodrnff i resi ling, addresses, Profeaaor
: V,'. F. Winchester, weslayan nnivenlty,
I Middletowo, Coan. ; BIsHri Mnrst and tbe
' Kev. J. 'i. Pet!, U V., New York ; ..Op.
: . UlsSlonsry anniversary, Ittsbop ii.irst,
presiding; addrtls, Edv. J. U Peck, I. U. ,
Monday, April 168 a. m., DevotloBal
serv.ee. 'Js. in., blslii'-ss session.
WHO WILL BNTkRTAIH HniBtM
A list lias len prepared hv Hv W.
II. I'earc, D. 1).. of th Elm Park
ehQfeb, Ihowlng wh'ire will b enter
tained i ) ot the visiting cisrgy. It
has been printed in pitup'ilst form for
di:d at police station.
Richard vsns RulTir'd from Dsllrlum
Richard Kvnna, of Wet Market
street, who was arretted at an etrlv
hour Mo , day morning while wander
ing a boat clad only in a thirl and
drawers, was found ded In his cell
shortly after H o'clock yesterday morn
Doting his inenrcsration Evans was
treated for alcoholism He was suffer
ing with delirium tremens when ar
rested Coroner Kelley waa notlflid" of the
dtetll en I selected a jury consisting of
15. V. Eqaier, Ir S, (; Floberg, Henry
Heei nuns, Radplph Boeofll, 'I B.
ThOtnpeon and innrlns E iJnilels,
'1 hey returned n verdict that Ivans
died from un attack of delirium tre
mens, oaQted by the excessive ue of
alenholio llqoora, The body is In charge
of I ' nderlaltor It tub,
ll.it little is known of the decsns'nl
bryond the fact 'that he wotked for
-Mm Regan lt f ill at Provl leuue
and for the past few nioiitin has linen
engnged in that locality aa tvamiler
ELECTION OF VESTRY OF ST. IUIU'j
I atone) Blaee &imd b g, m Bat's
Tim annual eleetiOB of the vestry of
SI Lnke't church was held Monday
morning, at wiuoh Batnnel lliun was
electod to (ill the VaouoV caused by
tin. death of E S. Moffat.
Dr. II H, ThrOpp, (ieorge I, Diet
roii, J. 11. Bliaell, A. I). Holland, F. P.
Prloe, VV, T. Smith, John Jernyn,
John T. Everhart and Everett V.'airtu
were elected vestrymen.
Antaeussr Jiuech Beer.
Louis Lr.binan's, M Spruce jU
THE PRODIGAL FATHER.
It Will E at the 1'rothluKham Friday
Tli'. Donedy, " Tin' Prodigal Pathf-,"
wbicQ comes to the new Frothing i in
theater nn Friday and Situr. lay even
ing! null Batnrday afternoon, l a
merry comedy with rattling gool and
orltp dlnlogttt dlal'igue that Inistles
With humor an I lilUationi us offer
Veaceill as OOUld be wished for by lov
ers of laUgbtervprOVOklOg plays, audi
us "The Prodigal E ither" is.
C. H Jvfferton, Klaw and Erlanger,
the managere, bring here on. of the
most powerful oompantet in Amerloe
t it the tame us was seen in "The
Prodigal Father" during its spleuitil
vugHltementt in E and New York,
at Which oitlet Hie theaters were liter
ally packed nightly by outhuiiustic
SENT HIS CHILDREN TO BEG.
Conduct ot John Kelly, of Hemlock
Street, Receives a Merilod Ro
buko Daughter Arrostod.
Muggle Kelly, daughter of Mr and
Mrs John Kelly, of 1)20 Hemlock
street. South Side, was ui rested on
Wyoming avenne yesterday for ug
glng T'ue child Is 8 years of age, Ii
llOt Bt large at meet children ureal li
sue is a preooolont child, whose ap
poaranco betokeus povrrty and her
cleverly told tale is calculated to loosen
the tlgliett purse strings
Mayor Oonnell directed that she be
taken to St Joseph's Foundling Homt
until this evening at 5 o'clock, when
she will be given a hearing.
The rather of the girl was at tbeV'itv
hall last night looking lor her, and
wheu told that the wee In the cute ol
the ugeut ot the Associated Charities
insisted on going before tho board
Which was then in session.
Hew. nt, but afterward regretted It,
Kelly record Is well known to the
board. 11' applied for relief mid whea
. ffered work refuted to accept it, teli
Mrs. W. it Duggan at the tame lime
that ho would tend Ins children out to
leg if hv wanted to mid lie would like
to see anyone Interfere With Ills right
to do so
He sent his boy and girl out fetter
day, but the boy gave up the task some
time before the girl wa arrstod,
Wiieii he appeared before the board last
night Kelly denied having eut his
CUild out to beg. It was shown that he
Wat telling an uutruth and Colonel
Ripple, becoming Indignant, delivered a
lecture to him tuoh us he was famous
for when holding Mayor's court, Kelly
was larruped iu au untntrclfol manner
an l told mat if he psreitted iu tending
l it children out to beg he would be
taken care of.
When he recovered bit powers of
tpeoch be loudly demanded his child,
and wiiru he was denied hita left the
room threatening to have ibeeutira
tmrd arrested and vltlt all manner of
dire vengeance upon its members.
KRS. RICc WOULD HAVE HER SAY.
As Soon As Her Husband Is Released
From Jail She Succeeds in
Justin D Kice, tho cowboy ev.ingsl
lit, wae relented from the county jiii
yesterday op bail, pending s hesriug
on un nppsal in his case Hi 18-year
Old Wife sucoeelel iu kiopmg Dp the
ioteres'. Unit hat attache 1 to lltll
uniiiue couple linee they came to this
city by having herjelf arretted last
About , Li Mrs. Kice Stationed her
I self in front of the Scrauton Ssvings
'M'.r. i Wyoming avenue, and with n
mall tcstamsni clasp id in hr tbapely
hand and nothing in tin shape of an
outer wrap but a small capi to pro
tect her form from tho biting wind i,
legan to preech A crowd iioickly
gathered un I iiiil:er Msrtiu (hirrell,
u:ie of the oldest and molt conserv.tive
in the service, ws also attracted to the
spot. He tol I Mr. Rico that she
Wonld have to desist, and on her re
fusal told her to accompany him. He
walked with her as far at Spruce street,
telling her he did With to arrest, her
and if slio would proceed home she was
at liberty to do h i. B ie did not prom-is-f
but, nevertheless. Mr. Qnrroll, do-
teiiiiined to give her another clianc
At onus rntumin;' to her Improvised
pulpit she reaumsd her exhortation an 1
i he officer placed her under arrest and
took her to the oltT hall.
Tbtre she bad a long talk with Chief
,ni;. vi and on her promise to return
koine Wat allowed to ib pirt.
Yesterday morning Attorney D I'
iteploglo brount the o.so of h-r Iiih-
band to th attention 'if tho court ami
an appeal was allowed from tin sum
mary c invietlon of Mavor Conuell for
tne violation of city laws by Mr. Hire
rbe latter wa directed to furnish 800
bail to appear in court at 10 o'clock
Monday morning, when the appeal Will
I.utn in the afternoon E l Cnpwoll,
of the West Side, iimlilld ns Mr.
Itlce's boudiman and Warden Inuius
releuiel the evangelist from jail.
nftiiEiT nni on nunnr
LUUKI mm UR&H 'E
That Is Vbat tbe Grand Jury Slid la Us Re
port lo Court.
ROOF IN DANCER OF PALLING
Ai i lerica
10 in: At i n I l. NOTI nN. BVKRV
noii:ii i t tVl IU ALASKA, THE
I Mi iai S1ATKS AMI Mi.MI'll
fit H NUMBKIlfOM THK COUM'
IKK. TKN CENTS AM) UMi
tol'l ON FOB am NUMbKB
THE FROIHINGHAM'S SECOND NIC HI.
iiik Andlenoi " s i nmith Kuii in
A Poor R-la'loe.
The second IboBtrtoel tiight. nf the
Krothing lam theater wlt iessed the
presentation o( ''A Pom ltlation" by
Sol Smith Rnssell and company, While
in plot the plsy ia iinchauged from Its
original rendition two teuoni ago,
some of Hie details have been BCCSpl
sbly nltered, Mr, Itussell, of course,
was Hie feature of tho play mi l won
At ti.e end of tbe second net Mr
Itussell was e ills I before the curtain
and made a abort but pleaalug speech,
during Which lie brought laughter
from the tndlOOOt by his witty BOB)
parlson of legitimate comedy and Im
probable melo drama
There were but few vacant seat iu
ilm house Some Inconvenience was
eiilferrd from the insnlllclent heat, but
the SOdltnOS felt disposed to )bear with
tho msDSgSgtSBt in their almost super
human tffOltS to present performances
on the dates a'lvertised Cnd'T the
circumstances, they did not expect all
tho new theater appurtenances to be
p-rfict at tho start.
BIJOU THEATER REOPENED.
Eavt Lynn Ie Stiffed ai.d Prove u Clord
Tne Bljon theater inui a very toeoesi
ful opening yesterday "Eist I.ynn
was presented both afternoon and even
ing iu n manner that greatly delighted
the spectator. Miss Flora Stauiford
is Lidy Isabel an I Madam Vine, ncted
her purl admirably an I w m t hu lit
a I of all who iv tho piny.
if the balance of the rust It can bo
said that they interpreted tbe various
characters with skill With so excel
lent ustsi t It would seem thai Mana
ger buyer will make the Hijou n popu
Inr place of aiuusemeut.
It Is Recommended Thai the County
Coriimis'.iotiers Take S I to Put
llio UullJifig in a Sale Condition.
Li-.t oi tbo True and Ignored Bin
Handed in by Foreman McCaffrey
"I bo Jury Discharged.
The grand jury presented Itl final re.
port yesterday afternoon to Judge Ki-
wards and was ills' barged When the
trim and Ignored bill.1 were bunded In
by Foremen P J. MeCallrey limy weio
accompanied by the following repot t
The Kiainl hiry luoiiirlug lor the einiuty
of Lackawanna et meAj.nl sotslons, A.
I). IS'.iS, respectfully submit . the following
Thai it has disposed of all indlotmeute
submitted, and has reported thereon to
the court. Il hns eiuiuilied tbe count V
Jail nod foiiu I the Mm in glHld Order and
properly oondneted by Bberltf Paheynnd
bi awlstABt, ami aiao tliat the prisoners
iuoerctrated tberalu are properly olothed,
fed and well Cared f"i 10 every reaped
it linn oxamiatd seretnlly tie. upper
story ami rent of the court honse,aud nude
that tbe roof and upper portions of the
wall are uot ouly In veiybmi order nad
very much obi of repair, but slsodangoi
us That the roof Is liable ui uuy time to
fall nod the uppi 1' p irtloU of the Wall to
the jurors . a tiottlv itcommtud ti.ut ts
parte may b Immediately amployed bv
the county oommttslonert to make uareful
n irolnatlou thereof; and that prompt and
adequate tneaui bt adopted to remedy the
UlDli -lilt v unit put I lie bunding in gOOH Ol
iter and lepau autl in aaafe condition,
They also hud that toe water closet in
the batomout of the court bOUSt are ot in
terior .inlity, ami not In g i sanitary
condition, and tbey raCUIUUIOttd tnut
proper measures tie immediately taken i"
repair the same,
Judge 1 wards, after reading tbo
report, suid that he eontidered tt.o
nt iiumtudallou wise, proper and
timely, and would at once le er them
to tho county commissioners The
true and Ignored lull presented were
tllE TBUk btl.LS
Unlawfully refilling regletoreJ bottles
Aleek tt auto, defendant! L. Moise i Hon,
UroS. DaVld Tlniloy, delenJuul, A. M.
Moras, proa. David Tinsley, defendant;
P. F. Leonard, pros, DaVld TlN-.uey, de
fondant; H P. Brink, pros George Pro
Icopovitcb, defeudant; P P. Lieonard, prm
tieorge prokopovueh, defendant) P. P.
Leonard, pros. Uoorge Prokupovitcb, d
fendant; P P. lieonard, pro. William
Mittmoie, defsndant; L, Morse Si Sjii,
pros Haley stone, defendant; A. W.
Assault and battery Patrick Phillips,
defendant; Michael smith, pros Thomas
O'Donnell; defeudaut; O. -; Lots, pros.
Arthur (trifllths, defendant; Wuss-i iias,.-i-go,
pros. Ezidor Petrack, defendant;
Anna Paskno, pro. Bimon Dorfman, de
fendant; Bimoo Iliuerfelt, tuos. Titus D
Bvaua defendant: Ueork"j Van Bchooten,
pro Thomas Maloney, defendant; Sam
uel New mail, pros
Aggravated assault and batter" :i
drew Panlin.nllas Andrew Itauliu, delend
unt.Krsnk Huston, pros Matthew Tomalv
vlts, defendant; Mary Krovell, prox. K
ivell t.'orpaghe, Adam Pecko, Alexander
iromage. Prank Patniuis, defendents;
Andrew Smith, pros.
Felonious wounding Cdward Uourke,
defeudaut; Peter Kelly, pros
Burglary Jams Waltn, Michael Melon,
defendants; Benjamin Levy, pro"
Open lewdness -Charlotte Cains, do
fondant, Peter Andrews, pro.
Comm m icold Bsrths k ss, defendant,
peter Andrews, pros.
Unlawful sale of milk -Edward S. Slov
ene, defeudant, ll.cbard Thomas, pros.
Felonious attempt Wolf Borner, do
f end in r, John Johler, proi.
l.sn y Gsorge Miller, defendent, D.
p. ltorhe. pros. John Harrington, do
fendant. ThottUt Harnactou, prm John
Mlaskofshi, defendant, Michael Shetolock,
pros. Frank Campbell, defendant, V. T.
..label, .us misc hief batch I laalletul.
Fred Uallend, defendent; Marv Itrolg,
pros, .h.nn Uiloro, Bridget U More, lie
ftndan:-, Anule .ici ieligaii. pro. .MolUe
llrowii, defeudant. Sirah Melinite, prox.
t: iibezlem-nr Thomas DllbOW, ue-
feudatit; John J. Sheu, pros.
seduction -C omenta Montana, defend
ant; Madal 'iia l.luineio, prox.
Uefinuiling boaidiug hmiso Keeper
rhomas Barrett, defendant; M. F. Padden,
pros. v imam ttowe. usienuaot; t. iwara
Me. led v, pi mj
BILLS THAT WIR1 lOMOREDi
rhe blltt that Were ignored by the
jury were :
assnuit and battery. Paulo Torchlo,
ngl Surlans, defendants, Peter Bcalkl,
pros Mime 1 1 llriep, (leleiiiiatit, Sarah
lllii", irux. i'atrnoi U alalia, defe-iil
ant, Michael KtOgn, pros. William Bar
rett, detetntant. .Mary I. arret i, prox
Anthoiiv i.ostolio, defotidaat. Daulel
Malc r, pros John l.o.e, defendant, John
Fee, pi..a .1 S. Miller, defendant. Mar-
t smyrdou, pi.iT Patrick llrliiugb
ileb ndant, riioiuas Mmrav, r,, pros
Joseph, Ida ami Peter Yokes, defendants,
twiiiaru naieoeeai, pros .auuiouy i imi-
nery, detendaut, .lolin Morn, pi. s itaf
alia Salvi y, delendiiut, dosepB It sl, pro'
Domlnlck Hott, defendant. Felix I lot t,
prou Mlcbaal Plannsry, iietendsnt,
llrlilgot l lantierv, pros. Miles J. Varlev,
defendant, 1 J Burke, pros, tseorga
Smith, defendant, Mamie Hmltb, tov
Anthuiv Kt.iuieb.ir, defoiidaut, Alex.
MaiMeunki, pm. Qeorgs Bnslnloe, de
foBdsnt, Hampk llusinioa, pros. The prose
cutlou In all of i h eases pay eosls
Cotlimoli scold - Mlt.nv I' lousoll, de
fendant. Mary B, BrOBSOS, pioseiutrlx,
to pay cost,
Adnllerv F.lith Alary 'arpenter, de
tendSBtl Fred t aipeiiter, prosecutor, to
Carrying Concealed WeSpOOl Tony
Llleras, UefendSBtt Andrew Asleuuua,
prooecntor, to pay costs.
Mallei. en miechief -Titss D Evans, de
feodauti Mrs. OeorgeVao Boot ter, prose
ciltrlx, county to pay cost DaVld H"g
ic n. defendsut: William Marsh, prosecu
tor, to pay costs Thomas Qerrlty, de
fsndsnt Catherine Qerrlty, prosecutor,
to pay costs
Aggravated assault and bnltety T.my
Lltera, defendant; Andrew Aleantia,
proeecotor, to pay ots.
Deduction Chsrlss xost, defeodeati
Maty John , ptinecutrlx to pay costs.
I'tterlllg cnutltcl felt, money .Mu hilel
Leonard, defeaduti Arnold Oolemyer,
Bttorllon WllllSOl MorrlM, defendant,
Philip PllllnOttt, pros
Fiaudently secreting go.als It K. Low
il, Hsory Joseph, defendants; II. I,,
pointing Brtarmt Joseph Balvsy, de
fendant) Joseph Rossi, pros,
Unlawfully refilling registered bottlsi
Miciniei Beerlsh, dsiendant; p. i Leon
ani, pros , two esses John King, defend
ant, I' F. I nurd, tir.es Jnuies Moid,
defendant, A ,M KOTSe, pros. James
Moid, Oeftndantl P, V Leonard, pros ,
county to pay costs.
Lan eny Jieeph Taplosky, defendant .
JohQ Terniaslsky, pros ( hallos Katkof-
eki, nefendenti Qeorge Blsbsrdeon, pros
Mm I in PotnrSki, defendant, Fundi By.
gitle, Jiros. Michael Vohovitch, defendant,
Max Kohlar, pros. James Malloy, defeud
aut; Thotniis Hun tugton, pros. Anthouy
Robinson, defendant) Thomas Harrington,
pros, i Isorgs OgtBSi k, Marttm Davaeas
key, defendants; p. (.'. Walsh, pros. Mar
tha Needle, dOIOOdaBt) MlOSSal Judge,
pros, b'cgiiiaks LipteuHki, defendant;
Qeorgs Merges, pros John Colhssky, de-
ftndsnt; Inn RomiOS. pros. Charles
Bear, defendsntl Maty Tlcis prox. Law
rence l.iuglilln, defendant: M. Miran,
pros, l'oter rfemity, defendant; Morrhi
Weiss, pros. fJbsrltS Wllhelnv defendant:
Edward isclsco,pros. Michel Mahoihc, d--reUCtaUtj
Michael Smith, pros Patrick
iuiun, defendant: Qaorne H, Hamilton,
pros. Joshua Jlillor, defendant; W. T.
Blmnson, pros. Edward Mulballou, de
fondaut; William Farrell, pros. Steve
Car ok, delendant! Frank Sangarhs.pros,
Bmbesslement Mlcneel Wusvavlcs, da-
fehdanl; Alex Sier -dr.aa. pros.
Ptlonions weundlng Uherlss Zink, de
fendant: j. (i. Corey, pros.
Manslaughter- Lavern Stanton, defend
ant; James McBhaue, pro.
Larceny by bailee .j hu Brown, de
fendant; Thomas F Brown, pros. John
Marray, dsfeadant : c R. Mcssrlsn, pros.
BoOolph BwartS, defeudant Mary K it i -keuski,
CHURCH CONCRbCKIION MItTS.
Delegate', Vsntiyrnen an t Otli ir OlUtet
1') Stttd Monday Bbfht
Monday evening ihn annual meeting
of the congregation dl the Grace u.i-
formed church was held in the church
building, 011 Wyoming avenue.
Colonel K II Hippie, H Storrs
and Ibarlat F lles were elected dele-
gatea an i Y. W. Latbrnpe, John Lack
and W. T, Hackett ultei nales to the
general council ul Chicago Ural
Wednesday in June. W. i . Lsthrop.
William McCulloeli, 8, (1, Smith, A. P
Tulhill mid W. II Storrs Were chosen
d-ilemilvs and W T Hackett, T. F.
Lyddon, David Hill, Colonel B H Rip
pie sud John Perks slternstss to the
Synodic il t ouncil tit Newark October
l W. w. Lsthrop ws elected minis
ter's Warden and S. Q, Smith account
lug warden For psrlsh council Will
iam MoCulloCh and l(. II Freur were
chosen. The present veetiyuisti were
A limit Interesting and Instructive
report of tbe pastor. Hv. (jeoige L,
Alrloh, was mole, t gave e most en
coureging report of the work of the
church siuce lis became pastor.
EX-JUSTICE HAND'S BIRTHDAY.
til Flftv-nlnth Anniversary Celebrated
by K ii.! and Friend
tn commemoration of bis fifty-ninth
birthday, eX-Jsstloc Alfred Hind was
tndred an informal par.y at his ri
donce Monday evening by bis family
and a f'-w friends.
The affsir was of a ssmi-inrprls na
ture, its Judge Hand was not uotifiaJ
of the event until all the prepsrations
hud been completed.
Those proieut were all Scrauton p;o-
pie. with wuom tho distinguished Jar-
ist bas been associated socially and iu
business bine no first came to this
The invited guest were: Mr. iind
Mrs William Co.inell, Mr. and Mr
P. N. Wlllerd, Mr. end Mrs. W. W
Bsranlou, Mrs Tbootss Dickson, Mr.
tnd Mrs W. F Smith. Mr and Mrs
C. H. Wells, Mr. und Mrs. James P.
Diebion, Col, and Mrs U. M. Holes,
Judge and Mrs. R, W. Arobbsld, Mr,
and Mis Henry Hsliu, Jr., and ex
Ju Iga II. M. Beeley.
An OtDirtut.lty for the U uitmdoyi d
You ai. out ot employment.
Invent your time cu a busiaejs, steuo
gtapbic oi academic education.
It menus succee te you in the future.
Ir you cannot psy us this year mue II
You helped us iu your prcspeiity we
shall help you now.
Wood's college ot business end ihort
Hindu Boxaa Exclusively
Beet made. Play i ny ie-lred number of
tunes QaUttchi S Bott., mauifacturere,
1090 Chestnut street, Pbiladslpbla, Won
dtrful orrbetrial organs, - , . : tu,
rprclalty i)ll UOSlC OOXSS CSrSfBlly re
paired and improved with new lanes.
138 Wyoming Ava.
very completf? and
cellent collection of
a Handsome BlueCbev
Storm Serge, in Blue and CT ".i
Black, at M..)U
DON'T BELIEVE IN RED TAPE.
Colonel E. H. Hippie Declares That
When PioijIc Ate Starving its Use
Should Lie Uiitou- tenanted.
"1 have no patience with red tape
when people are starring," said Colooel
E II Ripple with vigor ut las', even
ing's meeting of the Hoard ot Associ
ated Cbsrltiss, The rep irt of Mrs W.
H. Duggan, the agent of the associa
tion, was under discussion and it
showed that two womsu on the West
Side in very destitute circumstances
had suffered while wsltine for Poor
Director Williams to act. Upon hear
ing that the colonel sai l to Mrs. Dug
gan "There is some money left in the
treasury of this 'association and while
it lasts see that these people do not
Mr. Moore reported that fourteen
men h id been given work at Coonoll
pirk since last in-eiing and fifteen on
streets. It was decided to appropriate
(300 more for the payment of men In
destitute circumstance who are will
ing to work, There are forty upplica
tionS on file from men who want to go
to work. The inon employed will be
giveu work at innell park.
W. F. Smith suggested that the
Lackawanna Iron una steel ccmpsay
i)- asked to contribute to tbe sssocta-
tion's fund. Mr Moore approved of
the ides, lie eud that nittiv of those !
now in destitute circumstances were
former employees of the company, sotas
nf whom oame here expectine steady
work from the company When ths
mills shut dov.-u they were thrown out
.r employment nnd are now unable to
leave the city.
Mrs. Duggin's report showed tint
she had investigited thirty four cases,
twenty-six of which she found worthy
and seven unworthy. Mr. James
Watkint, of tbe West Side, who makes
a practice of begging was declared to
be nn impostor.
The members of the board expressed
tbeir sincere sympathy over the s mic
tion sustained by their colleague, Dr.
B. 11. Tbroop in tbe death of bis ouly
IAST OF THE ASSEMBLIES.
AUe'd-d by R-presentativ Youtiff-r
Social Element and Well Known QaSStS.
Tile Inst of the successful series of
assemblies, which bavo proved so on -j
ivable, was held last night at the
Scranto:! Bicycle club's house by the
representative element of the city's so
The patronesses who received the
meats were Mrs. llenrv Belin, jr. Mrs
C H Wells anl Mrs. A N, Decker.
The guests fro::i out of town were
Miss Stiinton mid Miss Katharine
Stanton, Hooesdal . Miss Wilier,
Rochester; Mi Persons, Chicago,
Miss E1 ns DickersOP, Brooklyn, Miss
Knox, New Y'ork . Mr Cheney, New
Haven. Mr. Angel, Rochester; John
Young, Wtlllatnsport; George t'lark.
Chicago. Dr. tisorgo Wenlz, Drilton
Among the Horanton people were Idtss
Belin, MiSI Arohbnld, Miss Augusta
Arobbsld, Mis Pranoee Hunt, Mts
Wells. Miss Siissu Jermyn, Mrs V. B
Jermyn, Mrs Dr. Var, Mrs H. W
Kingsbury, I! Cnase, 12 meet Ryle. J,
W. Decker, A E Hunt, jr., A U
Hunt, Jam's Blair, jr.. J Arobbsld,
jr , Paul Belin, C H Wells, jr , and
H 1 Merrill
Dancing wis enjoyed until nesrly
midnight, wheu s oollatlon wat served
by Huntington. ThS music was fur
nished by Batter,
WtstR, Matcblsss, SHa
makes plaboh Se piauo in
Imported French Silk
Fine Cloth Cspss at
Lldiea' Jackets the lates: ri "A
stylss anl in all colors,at r t..)v
Wo show ths latest DRSlONBiof
HUMMED HATS end BONNETS,
and alto a Urye vsriefy of Liuies' aul
Children's UNTBIMMED HATS and
a large assortment of FLOWERS.
We show the lsrgsst nit'jrttasnt of
SlLKSand LAWN CAPS and HAH
at very lo.' j rice i
Procrastination. . . CONWAY HOUSE
DAY BY DAY
It bteals tbe profits of
who waits to ttdvrtls
r e uisl
Henry Battia & Co.
2 Ki . t-r a tomon a al
- advti BABOAIK8 '.oilsy aLd
I BARGAINS TODAY
I In AGATE WABE,
s BLUE WARE, TJ.V
WARE and WOODES
S Ti i -' ii pUii svl-1 tivLt wis'.: ul:.. lo
5 morrow, but ttcar) your LrgMjn to g
I L"' 126 PENN AVE.
ri est Itt rEXJI ATCXCI
I On the American Plan.
1 J I t teet t'.C bt't I ;'.:lJ-mJ bOtki
NOW o:E TO "HE PVBUC.
Btaud l) Ktesra. ElectriS Belli Bath
l u iii o i. eaeb flcor. Luge w:i-
Llsbtod at. i Afj kooiu,.
A IX TUL Modern IMTROVEXBSrrg,
c'fLrc us secsn- !io-.: Sool san.:-.
Dr. Hilled Son
Set teeth. HAS; l-st set, IS: for sold raps
ar.d teeth witbout f. later railed wn ani
brldee work, call for prices aLd ret.ret hSSS
TON ALijlA. lor extracf.u tentl Wtttwal
lu. N o ether, No gas.
OVEB FIltST XATIOWAt BANK.
J. CONWAY. Prop.
We have a larg8 assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Benil your corwta to be ie
boned ot iiov rstetls put in.
t- do it neatly and at a
123 Wyoming Ave.
your order a:
2:7 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or 413 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant oren until mid
night. Eureka Laundry Co,
Ccr. Linden St. end Adais Ava
CoVM lOVSt Ss .AKk
t lie? best.
ol Lsnndr; wore gtaractseJ
Ths Reereti Lssdi
for Uurrossr lin.s 1 new k"'
THIS IS OUR LAST
GOODS WILL BE SOLD
AT A GREAT
AFTER APRIL 1 YOU
ME AT 417 LACKA.
Best Sets of Teeth, $3 00
Jtchidlng (be j-alnl.'ss extracting
it teste by no entirely now uivr
I EE OCR I INT Of
S. C. Snyder, n.D.S.
130 WVOMINU AVli
bin Most $4.00 Shots You Buv
MADE LIKfc HAND-SEWED,
1 0 Seams or Tacks to Hut Your Feet.
All Stylo. and Wldtht in t'oniirost or Ltoe.
The Best Shoe on Earth for (he Money
T: y a Pait an.l fOU iU WMV 11 I tlnr.
II A1U01I.U OijJU.UI
every box I
Cor. Uctwmoi ar.d Wamlnj Kwm
St II ASTON TA
Our 3j 30 Shoes are os good au .nnybociy's $3 oo Shoca.
BROWN'S BEE HiVE
Special offerings in Ladies' Wrappers and
Men's Spring Styles in Hals.
Agency for Dr. Jaeger's Woolen System Goods.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA A VENUS.