The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 31, 1894, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE SCKANTOH TRIBUNE SATUBDAY MORNIKG. AIA11CH 81, 1894.
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THERE WERE TWO ARREST IVIADE
S THE SCRANTON SUPPLY
AND MACHINERY CO,
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Lace Curtains
The most delioate fabric prop
erly cleaned nt
THE
LACKAWANNA
LAUNDRY
308 Pentl Avo A. B. WURMAN.
Norrman& Moore
FIRE INSURANCE
120 Wyoming Avenue
BARGAINS IN
Lh 01
Cheney Bros.'
.CHINA SILKS
HASKEL BLACK SILKS
meabsThagen
415 Lacka. Avenue.
Carpets,
Wall Papers.
Window Shades,
Draperies,
Mattings, Rugs, etc
WILL! AlillS & McANULTY.
'27 Wyoming Ave.
CITi' NOTES.
The nonii i: it offset's were paid their
saiari-.-s yesterday.
Matiaea performance at the Frotbinc
1mm this afternoon Prices ra 75, SO and 28
cents.
Attorney Samoel W, Edgar baa moved
his office from Spruce street to SOB Wyom
ing aver.U".
The choir of tho First Presbytsrfan
church will meet for rehearsal this even
ing nt 9 o'clock.
Eleven new case of measles and two of
scarlet fever were reported at thy board of
health cflice yetterd sy,
Jacob Lntz, the bookbinder, will today
remove hB basinesi '-stahliBhrnent from
'M i.'euter street to 214.
There waa another hearing in the fam
ous N'icholi wi!l rase before i;.-,gister of
wills Koehler yesterday.
Some of the Easter mmic of last Sunday
in the Providence Presbyterian church
will be repeated tomorrow evening.
The .Seranton Start challenge the
Columbian Siars to a game of base bail
this afternoon ut o'clock on the former a
ground.
The city engineer's department was en
gaged yesterday in itivinir grade on Tenth
street, both sides, between l.uzerue and
Fellows street.
Captain -Montrose ilarnnrl was yester
day re-elected to the command of Com
pany D, witbont opposition. Tho eleetion
raj conducted ! Btsjor alettes.
Wilson and Stewart will play hand ball
eijairiKt K"ii and "allien this afternoon at
toe Palen tine court There will be otiiur
miies by prominent local players.
Thmaloof seats for the beauty dhow,
"Night Owls," presenting every thing that
isgrandand beautiful, will open at the
Academy of Jluaic at o'clock this morn
ing Kev. J. (j. Wh.lmiro will address the
muetinK tt the Railroad department
of Young Men's Christian association sun
day afternoon at 'A' o'clock. Railroad
men and Hieir families welcome.
Georire Many, general secretary of
the V. M. C. A., will speak to women. Sun
day, ut -I p. in., in the rooms of Voting Wo
meus' Christian association, 205 Washing
ton avenue. All Women nro cordially in
vited. Rev. D. T'. Skelleager of tho Washburn
street Presbyterian onnroh will deliver a
plain talk on ''Personal Puriiy" at the
Young Men'.', Christian a-soeiatioti rooms
to-morrow afternoon at 1J:1j. Roys under
14 will not be admitted.
Itarrlage licenses were granted yester
day by the clerk of the courts to Jacob
liaft'uer nmi Catharine Beet, Bcrantoni
( laude L"s)ie Townsend, Waverly, Mary
Jane Phillips, Beranton; Rudolph Bran
U'T and Blwina Whitney, Scratiton.
The outdoor base ball team of the Vounir
Men's Christian association wid hold a
meeting at the gymnasium this evening to
arrange the nine's personal for the coming
Benson and tiniisnrt other iimmrriinT hnxi.
liens, following the meeting will be
played an indoor game of bass bill.
Charles Rupert, an Bgeni for E. Robin
son's Sons, became intoxicated at Carbon
dale Wednesday, and In a gaiuo of dice at
Byrne's restaurant was fleeced out of
about ft'iUn by Daniel Willard, n notorious
Cerbondalc character. Bs8horl8 Robin
son and William raig went to Carbon
dule yesterday to Investigate tho matter.
Anleuter Buocii Bear,
tools LUiinan'a, W .L pi . -
Ruttv fi .10 t I Rhedd.
Ocorge S. Rutty was arreted yesterday
on a warrant issued by Alderman Wright
for agsault and hnttery committed upon
W. R. Bhedd, a fellow workman at the
Frothinghsm. Bail in the sum of fUOO was
furnished by C. T. Miller for Rutty's ap
pearance at court.
Miss Winkler, Infatuated Willi a Young
Man Named Barnes, Takes Her
Stop - Father's Money That She
Might Marry the Man ot Her Choice
-Not Yet Decided Whether They
Will tie Prosecuted.
Miss Pbllopena Winkler and a young
man named Barnes wr. arrested ves-
terday nfternonn by iitective Barring,
of Wilkes-Bsrre, end Detective Math
ews, of Faotoryvlll , no the charge of
having conspired in the stealing of
$1,33-1 S3 from Henry Winkler, of 481
VVillOW street.
The robbery, it will he remembered
by readers of Tin: TttlBUNB, took place
on the morning of March '.'1
T he night before Mr. Winkler, who
is treasurer for tilt) South Side Herman
Boil liugund Loan aasociation, atten l
ed a meeting of that organic ttion, at
which abou' 1,600 in checks, blllS,gold
and silver wore paid over to hitn.
This money he took home mi l locked
in the safe in the front ro ui
At i o'clock tiie following morning
he was awakened by n strong draught
of air rushing into the sleeping apart
ment which he occupied,
Mr Winkler arose to investigate and
found the front door open, No! onlv
this, bin be also discovered that the
sale had been opened and the slim id'
money above mentioned had be-u
stolen.
Tne matter was placed in tha hands
of the police department and Detective
Birring was also summoned to aid in
bringing about the discovery and ar
rect '. tbe guilty persons.
From the first the investigation
seems to have been c. inducted on the
belief that some member of th Wmk
ler household had t iken the money,
and for various, re.is tai auspidoa tell
upon the adipte i ii ingnter.
sttsa WINKCKR'S FAIUSU.
In tracing up her history It was
learned that she was very much enam
ored of a young man named 13 irues,
who sciu" time ago wis engaged as h
nurse at the Moses Taylor hospital,
wh-re Mis Winkler W is also employed
In tbe same capacity. Barnes let t the
city ami went to Brooklyn, but sodesp
was tbe young woman's Infatuation
that it seemed to those acquainted with
the facts that she would not hesitate to
do Anything for the sake of h-r lover.
The couple were poor, and Barues, it
is thought, merely kept'upa pretense
of C'ring for the girl, hoping in some
way to pr tit thereby.
Furthermore it is sail that Mr. Wink
ler had mad ' a will in which he be
queathed his property to his wife, thus
leaving, the adopted dan.iter psnni-1-ss.
This th- girl kisew and the natural
ioference whs that she thought it only
doing herself justice to help herself
while si)e had an opportunity.
The detectives, having what they
considered a reliable clue, kept their
ey-s onea for Birneg.
Thnrsday afternoon he arrived in
the city and registered at the Valley
House. His movements were watched;
so were those of Miss Winkler.
Yesterday afternoou she entered
Li man's restaurant on Lackawanna
avenue, wher she at one time worked,
and enquired if anyone had called for
her.
Being answered in the n?gative, she
sent a message to Barnes, who was at
the V alley House, to which that indi
vidual promptly responded.
PLACED l NfiEP. ARREST.
Soon after they were placed under
arrst and condncte l to Detective Ber
ing's oilice. in the Commonwealth
building, where thsy were examined
eu irately.
The girl stoutly dnied tha Recusa
tion, but the examination was thor
ough an 1 developed tbe fact that "ho
had a knowledge as to tha whereabouts
of the missing money
All concerned in the case are very
reticent, however, an 1 refuse to my
wi. ether or not the money was found'
tut there is every reason to believe
that it has been recoverel.
Both Miss Winkler and Barnes wer--detained
in custody, and whether or
not they will be prosecuted will doubt
less be decided today.
The woman in tbe case is young and
decidedly good looking. Kho dresses
Well, does not have the least appear
ance of n criminal and has heretofore
home a goo I name.
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ELECTRIC WORKMEN'S BALL.
Union F.ftv-Oni fhowa I:e Outsts a
Kan!lloont Electrical Dlnplav.
Ono of the finest "lectriral displays
ever seen in Beranton was that ex
hlblttd Inst night at the ball given by
Electric Workmen's Uoion No. 31, nt
Turner hall. For several days
a number of the members had
been devoting COnsi lorable time to the
work of arranging tho lights and
draperies about the ball.
From the four comers nnd the two
shies of the room had been .strung over
20') lights in varied colors. Two blue,
two re 1 and one white arc light in addi
tion rendered aneffsot kaleidoscopic,
the staije was a revolving wheel, which
every few seconds disnlayod 110 flashes
of varied colors from 110 lights. A star
containing 60 white lights of 10 candle-power
each was suspended from the
csiling.
The Central Pennsylvania Telephone
company donated a compUte long dis
tance cabinet Ret, with a connection to
all parts of its territory ami privilege
of live minutes' conversation free of
charge. The draperies w.-re furnished
gratis bv Davles it Qrlfflo.
The iilFur was hignly successful and
a great deal of credit devolves upon
the following committee of arrange
ments: John B. Keilly, Patrick Hop
kins, Frank NeaVS. John Malia hikI
John O'LaUgblan. Following nre the
eflicrs who nerved during the evening:
Manager, J. B Rsillj; master of
esremonles, P. J. Hopkins; assistants,
John McOonnell and W. Warner; con
ductor of danoes, John Durkln; fljor
committee, K, Malia, Joseph McDon
nell, John Malia, H. MoFsiddeo, J. F.
Ueilly, J. Sweeney, M Sweeney, P.
Campbell, W. Farr, M. MuMannns;
reception committee, James Murphy,
A. Conlan, F. Sweeney, II. Stock, J.
O'Laoghlen, H Kingsloy, John Mar
ley, P. J. Cosgrove.
BEAUTIFUL CON N ELL PARK.
Prettily Dressed nnd Even Now Ready
for Lovers of Nature.
The work of beantifying Connell
park is being rapidly pushed forward
and by April 10, it is safe to say, that
portions of the grounds between the
entrance and tho top of tho hill will be
rid of its ngly rocks and be ready for
nnture nnd the landscape grandeur to
put o i the finishing touches.
The roadway to a point above the
observatory is in a condition to allow
th- p issage of carriages and on am
ple Maul dav tl" driv ro this aim sat
i 10 -i i it nf -i .-v m'i be -
i t-, in residents li nsrrlaues. Tn-
taui v oi uell ,i 'e i lump i ii ' mi id' I ;
frm tuis point will be found an easy
grade to the hill top.
Already the park has taken on finap
pearance of the beautiful, in the space
between the gate and tower are plant
and ready to bud scores of elm and hard
maple trees. A hundred or more flow
ering shrubs, which will soon begin to
blossom and Wear all summer drss"S
of verdure, are tdnnted on either side
of the roadway and In the grass plots.
Numerous flower beds of figures have
been marked off and will soon be set.
At the foot and to the west of the ob
servatory are a square and croscent, to
the right of the gate a Maltese cross
and on the ten -v a star and crescent.
The word ' Connell'' to the left and
"Park" to the right of the entrance
Will appear In m.iny huod blossoms of
plants.
Under the supervision of M. J. Malia
the work, as planned by Landscape
F gineer Bell, of New York, is being
rapidly pushed forward, and, while
only about one -fourth of the park's
area will this year be entirely beauti -lied,
in the course of a few weeks
Beranton Will have ouo of the sighdisst
an 1 prettiest ozone spots in Pennsyl
vania. UNIVERSITY CLUB BANQUETS.
Northeastern Pennsylvania Graduates
of Lehigh Eat, Make Merry and
Rejuvenate Alma Mater Days.
The members Of the Lehigh Univer
sity club of Northeastern Pennsylvania
enjoyed their fourth annnal reunion
and bamiuot ut the Wyoming last
ni;;ht Those presint wero mostly
from Wilkss-Barrs and this city, s.v
eral tables, decorated with palms B0 1
potted plants, were arranged iu the
form of an L. symbolic of the ban
queters' alma mater.
The guest of thu evening was profes
sor Mansfield Merriman, C. E., Ph. D ,
of Lehigh.
Previous to the discussion of the
menu, u meeting was conducted to
pass resolutions ot condolence upon the
death of Dr. Robert A La tuber ton,
late president of the university, and
for tha election of the following offl
cers: H, W. Rowley, Serauton.presl
dentj Professor W. H Dean, Wilkes
Barre,Vioe president, and Arthur Long,
Wilkes Barro, secretary and treasurer.
The retiring president is W L. Ii is ler.
Wilkes-B irre.
The out-of-town members present
were W. R. Butler, Mattcb Chunk;
Jolin It. Wagner. Driftou, Professor I.
A Heikes, Plymouth; Charles Graham.
Kingston; Morgan Davis, H M Lsit-ziug-r,
Q S Post. Professor W. H.
Dean, L. L Re s, Arthur Long,
Wilket-Barre; R. K. Polk, Danville,
and William Griffith, West Pittston.
The following were tile Seranton
members present: J. Y. Bassel, W. R
Pierce, J. J. Clark, O C. Burkhardt.
H. W. R iwlev, F. E Pntt. 0. L. Mc
Kenzi, W. M. Marple. Walter Briggs,
Henry Kimmerling and J. T. Rese.
Ad !ri-sses were made by Piofeisors
Merriman, Dean and Heikes, and
Members Butler, Rowley, Griffith,
Polk and others.
At a late hour the merry company
adjourned to meet next year at
Wilkes B irre.
DOORS OF BIJOU .'RE CLOSED.
Manager Boyer Wai Unable to Stand
the Strain.
The Bijou theater, formerly Music
hall, which reopened last Tuesday af
ternoou under the management of
William Boyer is uo more. It failed
to open yesterday and William like
wise failed to appear.
Mr, Boyer played the bass fiddle In
Wonderland orchestra and incidentally
conducted a barber shop adjoining that
theater.
He wanted to be a tlifitrical man
gr and he rented Music Hall, installed
Charles Silverberg as manager and em
ployed the following to produce stand
ard plais twice u day: Miss Flora
Stamford. Miss Rosalind. Miss Foster,
Mr. JelT rsou, Mr, Sturges, Mr. Slater.
Joseph Hall and William Corbett.
Busines was not good and yosterday
morning Thomas Boyer levied on tlie
If icts iu the barber shop to satisfy
judgment of 240. That was Manager
Boyer's cue to make his exit as a thea
trical manager and be exited, leaving
a number of sa 1 thepiati3 and debts
amounting to about $200 so far us the
theatrical venture is concerned.
When the actors hoard that their
manager had deserted them they hast
ened to remove their trunks from the
hall to prevent their lieing seized.
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DID NOT GET ENOUGH OF PIN MONEY.
For That Reason 31 s Walcott Lift
Hsr Husband
Testimony was tuken before Judge
Archbald yesterday afternoon in the
divorce case of David Walcott against
Jennie L. Walcott.
The evidenco abowed that on April
7, 1880, Mr. and Mrs. Walcott were
married at Way-mart, Wayne county,
'i'ney lived together until Dec. 14, 1801,
when Mrs. Walcott leTt home and went
to Philadelphia, Some time iaUrshe
returned to Carbondalo, where they
had resided, nnd told her husband that
she would not live with him anv lon
ger, as he did not give her sufficient
money to spend.
Mrs. Walcott now resides in Phila
delphia, THEY FAVOR ITS PURCHASE
Assembly No. 16, K of L , Wants
Beranton to Control tho L ghts.
At n meeting of Progressive As
sembly No 13 of the Knights of Labor,
held ut its rooms on Thursday evening,
resolutions were unanimously adopted
iu favor of governmental ownership of
public institutions, and incidentally
favoring the purchase by the city of
the Electric Lighting plant, and sug
gesting that "each member of councils
investigate the workings of such in
stitutions and inform himself on the
facta and merits of the question now
presented for solution.''
The resolutions also recommended
tho calling of a public meeting of citi
zens to consider tbe project, and hint
that the proposition of Mr. Seranton
should not be allowed to slumber iu
committee,
Norton's Bull tin. '
April Contury Magazine, 33 cents.
April Harpers' Magazine, KSconts.
April Forum, reduced to 23 cts,
April Ladies Home Journal, 10 cents.
April .Munsey's Magazine, 10 cents.
April Argosy, Mouthly illustratod 10 cts.
April Cosmopollial Monthly 15 cts.
April Botibner's Monthly, '25 cents.
April McClures Monthly, 15 cents.
Tnompaon's "Old Homestoad" 25 cents.
Postage stamp Albums 25 cts. and up.
"Heavenly Twins," cloth cover fl.
"Dodo," by Benson, cloth covers II.
New Era, by author "Our Country."
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McBniDE's now Turkish bath. Every
thing new. 500 Spruce street, opposite
Court House.
JURY 111 AGREED IET
n'lll Fnbaltij B a D I i:i ut iu J
IT IS A VERY PATIENT JURY
A Verdict Was Reached in the Grirlin
Mully Case at 9:30 Last Night
Trespass Case of Mrs. Ann Munly
Against John L.Hull Is on Trial--German
Methodist Lpiscopal Church
Verdict Other Cases Heard.
A patient jury Is that before which
tho cuso of J"hn r. Jeniiings against
the Lehigh Valley rallroal company
was tried.
It retired Thursday afternoon about
4 o'clock and spout the night together,
but could not agree. The jurors did
not murmur, however, or protest
to the court that thy could not agree
and ask to be discharged as jurors are
wont to do.
They remained together all day, and
although the court expected to hear
smoothing from them, they had mi
communication whatever to make,
At midnight they had not y.it agreed,
The ejectment case of Griffin aguinsl
Mullv wua given to the jury at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon, and at '.) nu
tho jurors agreed nnd sealed its vei
diet. A juror was drawn yesterday
m 'ruing in the esse of S. B. Mott
against Q p. Jadwin, and it was on
tinned to allow the taking of dcpoii
t ions.
MUNLY TRESPASS SUIT.
Before Jn lge Archbald yesterday
morning the trespass suit of Mrs. Ann
Mnnly, of this city, against John L
Hull, to recover d images lor tue death
of her husband, Patrick Munlv, wis
called for trial. In November, 1880.
Mr. Hull was erecting a building on
the lot at No. 17 Lackawauua ave
u ii-.
A temporary eidwalk was ereoted
while the building was in course o."
construction an 1 Munly In pssin::
over it fell into the air lot and was
killed. The accident, it is claimed,
was due to the negligence of Mr. Hull.
Mrs. Munly is too ill to appear in
court, tint she is represented by Attor
neys 1. H. Burns, Joseph O'Brixn and
District Attorney Kelly Attorneys
ES, N. Willard, Everett Warren and
Qeorge B. Davidson appeared for th
defendant. In the case of the city of Beranton
against the German Metholist Eplsco
pal church ol this city, an action to
collect a b-wer assessment assessed
against the church for its share of tbe
cost of the Fourth district sewer,
Judge Sittser charged tho jury to rind
.i ver Hot for the defendant, holding
that ciiurcu property cannot bi as
sessed for municipal improvements
The jury so return- d us verdict.
CALL FDR A MASS MEETING.
Issued by the Officers of Gansral Phil
Sheridan Association Will Be Held
Next Thursday Evening,
The following call for a meeting has
heen Issned by the officers of General
Phil Sheridan Honutasnt association
There will be a public meeting at the
Thirteenth K";iinont armory oa Thursday
evening, April 5, Commonoieg at o'clock,
under the auspices ot the Philip 11. Sheri
dan Monument association, to Inaugurate
the movement for the collection of funds
for the purpose of erecting a statue of
tieneral Sheridan n the court house
sipiare. Eminent speakers Will b-- present
tii address the a-sembiage. The directors
of the association hereby tender a cordial
mvitatiou to t.ie pe pie of Lackawanna
county to attend the meeting, and to show
by their pre-crice their sympathy With tin
movement. We invito the ro-OperatioD
of all classes of our people in the erectlou
of this statue.
(.teueral Sheridan was the highest type of
an American soldier. He fought to pre
serve bis country and all who believe ashe
did that the country should be en veil are
invited to do honor to his memory. It is
proposed to erect a bronze equestrian
stntue of Oeneral Bberldau a:i be appeared
when dashing 'Mown the lines 'mid a
shout of huzzas'' at Cedar Creek. This
will require a m'go sum of money, but the
origina ors of the movement have every
confidence that the peopto of this valley
will show their appreciation of "Oallant
Little Phil" by generously subscribing to
the statue fund. We ask tbe aid of all
classes, races ami creeds In this common
purpose. Wo solicit subscriptions from
the rich and poor alike, and nek that all
give generously that a SUfBcient sum may
bo quickly realized to raise on high th"
statue of Sheridan and
' 'The tecd tbnt saved the day
By csrrylna Sheridan into the iliit
From hii hester, twenty miles away."
In order to encourage tin- movement In
its early stages we ask the at tendance at
tht'armoryof all who favor the prolect.
Tho size of the audience will be a criterion
by which to judge oi the popularity of the
movement. Nothing but words of encour
agement has been so far heard, and if the
proposed meeting be successful the mem
bers of tho association will go forth With
renewed ccurage, determined not to rest
until their dreams urn realized nnd the
stutue of their Ideal soldier, lleneral Sheri
dan, is seen on our beautiful Court House
square. St. II. QRIFT1N, President.
Thomas J. aiOOHI, Treasurer.
J. C. Vauohax, Bscretary.
We endorse tbe movement for a statue
of Oeneral Bheridan and ask thesuppori ol
the public for it. Fziia H Kiiti b.
Loots S. W.M lias.
H'M. L. COIRBLU
GAVE A GOOD PERFORMANCE.
Tbe Crust of S.clnty at .the Academy of
Music.
A light house greeted "The Crust of
Society" on its return engagem -ut to
the Academy of Music last night.
Miss Z til i Tilhurv gave a finished
portrayal of the bad woman who
wishes to Improve her condition by a
good marriage, and Miss Elita Proctor
Gtis as Mrs Ernvstiue Echo was ex
ceedingly olevor.
Arthur Lewis and Arthur Forrest
assisted materially In adding to the
success which attended the presenta
tion. SMALL-POX AT DANVILLE.
Tbe Epldtmio May Visit Us Unites
Sorantonlana Are Cartful.
Official information received nt. the
board of hsaltb office in this city from
Danville shows that emall-pox ia on
the increase in that city. There are
now fourteen cites under treatment,
the largest nuinb -r reported ut nny
time since the contagion first appeared
there.
Notwithstanding tho prevalence in
Danville of this fearfnl disease Scran-
America
lOrtEAI TIFl'L PICTl'RES. BVBBf
NOH:i PLACE IN ALASKA, THE
UNITED STATES AND MEXICO,
FIVIi M 'Mill. KM ON THE COCN
TKIl. TEN CENTS AND ONE
COOrOM FOK ANV NUMB-SB
ton people havo made no effort to shun
he place and even now persons from
nis -it v ar- visiliog theio This is
w is r Is li bit tq r-vnt ie
'i II 00 tigio i le'o 'II'
. n R i-ieM T OT i NGH M
b Prodiga FUhar unusot a Fair
z ,d Audltnce.
"The Prodigal Father" had its first
presentation iu this city at the Froth
ingham last evening before a fair sized
audience, it ia an amusing comedy,
having to do with the adveutures of a
s'aid man of family who becomes en
amored of a Variety actress and devotes
himself to her for several mouths. To
hide his lapses he deludes his family
with a story to tho i t that he has
betn exploring In Africa.
All manner of mitfortunss, includ
ing the variety actress, are inflicted
upon him ut his homo after his return,
cr.-ating a great number of ludicrous
situations. A clever company inter
preted the lines of the comedy Inst
night. Between the setond and third
acts little Irene Franklin gave clever
specialties,
The house was perfectly heated last
night anil the handsome- house stage
fnrnitnre added greatly to tbe beauty
of the sev.-ral seta Several selections
from Kerrigan's "Wiolen Stocking"
wer rendered by Bauer's orchestra.
A matinee performance will be given
this afternoon to which tho inmates of
the Home for the Fritndlesa have been
invited. The piece will ulso be seen
again tonight.
VERDICT THROWSTTO LIGHT.
Cause of dames Gallagher's Terrible
Fall Down Marvine Shaft as Great
a Mystery as Ever.
Coroner Kelly impantieled the fol
lowing jnrv yesterday lu tbe case of
James Gallagher, who fell 250 feet
down the Marvine shaft: Martin Bird,
foreman ; Robert Elliot, Luke Kelly,
A. Coleman, John Reese and John
Donnelly. Coroner K llv and jury
made n minute examination of the
body and beard the attending physi
can's theory that death resulted from
internal lnjnri -s and sliock receive 1 in
the terrible fall.
The coroner aiid jury afterward vis
ited the Beetle of the occurrence.
They were accompanied by Mine
Foreman li nn. Mine Inspector Roder
ick and Others. After viewing th -scene
of the accident they rep dred to
tii- Delaware and Hudson company's
office, adj icent, where tile testimony of
tonrteen witnesses was heard. Tneir
toriea revealed nothing new, anl the
ciuso of the accident is still clouded
in mystery.
Two of tbs witnesses, Finley Ross
and John Loftils, were inclined to tho
beli-f that lie might hive committed
suicide. Mr. L iftm state I th it Galla
gher appeared to be melancholy for the
past two weeks Ths testimony of all
the other witnesses helpe 1 to dispel any
such idea.
John Devers, footman, testiflsd that
he m--t Q illagber when bo wis coming
out of the mine at tne seconl entrance
gate, within forty yards of wnere he
met his death; he had with him a
lighted lamp au I was going towar Is
the fatal shaft. That was tha lusL saou
of him until iie fell down the shaft.
The verdict states that Jam?s Gal
lagher came to bis death by falling
down the Leggett's Creek shaft. Tee
cause of the fall was not specified and
is still a mystery.
According to the verdict the mine
1 iwi were complied with In every de
tail. The safety gate stands about 4
feet big ), with three strong bars about
one foot apir; It would be impossible
to fall through the bars.
Mr. Gallagher's funeral will ocur
Sunday Interment will be made in
Hyde Park Catholic cemtery. The
Eireka Bise Bill club, of wiiicii he
was a member, Will attend.
THE LAST DAY-
INSURANCE CL IMS ADJUSTED.
E O. Coursen to Occupy Lackawanna
Avsnui Store When Rinovr-d.
The loss 8uslaiuel by E. G. Coursso
in the fire which occurred several
weeks ago at ids store on Lackawanna
avenue, has be;m sert!d by ths insur
ance companies. Mr. C'oursen will, In
the course of a few weeks, move from
bis temporary quirters ou Washington
avenue to his old location, which will
be completely renovate 1 and fitted
with the latest grocers' appliances.
All tne goods which were left in the
Lackawanna avenue stor while the
Insuranoi adjusters were computing
the lire lOSS, ure now being sold.
Mr. Cnursen h is secured a ioase for
the second story of tne boil ling In ad
dition to the first tloor an 1 ba-oment.
An Opportunliy I. r the Unemployed.
Vou are out of employment.
Invest your time en a business, steno
graphic or academic education.
It means success to vou in the future.
If you cannot pay us this year make i!
next year.
You helped us in your prosperity we
shall help you now.
Wood's college of business and short
hand. Dr. C. C. LatmaOR, dentist, das and
Hter company building, Wwmiug ave
nue. Lnlest improvements. Eight years ia
t-crantou.
THIS 13 OUR LAST
WEEK ON
SPRUCE STREET.
ALL OUR
GOODS WILL BE SOLD
AT A GREAT
SACRIFICE.
AFTER APRIL 1 YOU
WILL FIND
ME AT 417 LACKA.
AVENUE.
W.W. BERRY
Jeweler.
Best Sets of Teeth, $$t00
Including the palnleaa extracting
cf teeth by au eutiruly new pew
Onlv O-i" Day in Wlvch le Rcun It.
Tbs an onnoernenl 'ron day to ' iy
hat Tag fBntUMi'a Encyclopedia ti-r
is rap-dly iraw ,.: . a .! i .
ng scores of peopli -.. ne ffie dali
Bat use dav ruiiiins in which to s
euro tne work v7e desire to k
uotiee conspicuously before the pu die,
that no one of our renders inav over
look it, for the present proposition at
so low a price and upon lerms so easy
is to be withdrawn today. For tin
benefit of professional and clerical men
and all those closely confined to busi
ness during the day, we will keep the
office open until 19 o'clock midnight,
By mailing yonr first payment (i 00)
your oiler will receive the same atten
tion as If you called in person.
As has been ohssrved, such an oppor
tunity to own u library has ntver been
vours, and doubtless uever will again.
Those who wait to pay cash at some
future time are tbe ones Who will al
ways be without a library.
I'our dollars and fifty cents down
and fivo dollars a month thereafter are
tho terim. Orders mailed today Will
be honored Address all communica
tions 10 T in: TitmuNE E. B. D'-pt,, 437
Spruce street.
See psge 10.
Muik Boxes Ezclutlvo'.y.
liest unfile, play any desired number of
tunes. Qantccbi & Sons., manufacturers,
JUDO Chestnut Htre--l, Philadelphia Won
derful orebestrial organs, only ill and flO.
specialty! Old musis boxes carefully re
paired and unproved vliii ue,v tunes.
The EverC Lsads.
Wait for Guernsey liros.' new goods.
a .
Auc'.io.-i fHle,
6is Washington avenue, l p. m. Saturday,
March 1)1, of line carpets, bed buits, parlor
suits, dining siii'.s. brie-a brae, etc
A. K KfMOffQ, Austioneer.
wMllililllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiniiiilliiiiitiii'j
WE ARE E
WE ARE
Running Our
J. BOLZ
138 Wyoniiri j A j
Yy E arc now i bib ting
very complete and ex
cellent collection of
Ladies'
FINESUITS
A Handsomo Blue Che v- OC ti
total .')..) (J
Storm Serge, in Blue an I (".- r A
Black, at $l.t)U
Imported French Silk Cli r A
Capoa at . M0-.)U
Fine Cloth Caps at. .jZ.Oj
Ladies' Jackets. the latest Ct f
styles and ia all oolors.at 0-
Millinery Department
We show the LATEST DESIGNSlof
TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS,
and also a Urge variety of Ladies' and
Children's UNTRIMMED HATS and
a largo assortment of FLOWERS.
Children's Cap3
I Wo show the largest assortment nf
PILKS and LAWN CAPS and HATS
at very low price'.
HOUSE
I PLUMBING
AND
TIN SHOPS I
UN
The Low Price
System Prevail
ing in Our
STORE
TRY US AND NOTE PRICES, "
CONWAY
an
5
W anil 1J4 I AVKNl !:
HENRY BATTIN & CO.. I 0n the Amer:can Plan.
S. C. Snyd3r, D.D.s.
llu U H .MIM, AVti
126 PENN AVE.
iiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig
a We Sell Goods for Cas'i Choup.-r S
pa than any hn-js- In Seranton. S
?tltlllllC;i;!i;!IIII!Ii:iJI(l!i!IHiiii2ll.il
Dr. Hill Z Son
Albany
Dentists
ft teeth. $5.: best set. IS: r r cold cp
and teeth without plates, called rr.-wn stil
bridge work, call (or pricet and refere:;o-.-i
aONALUIA. tor extracting lentu .tLoat
palu. No hther. No uas.
OVER FIRST KATIOMAt D INS.
OSLAND'S
GLOVES and CORSETS
Send yonr i-orsets to be re
honed or new steels put in.
We do it neatly and at a
moderate cost.
ikran ton'l r:ewMt and U-stequinpsd hotel
SOW OIEN :o THB PUBLIC
Heated by M'-am. I'-l-cMc Bi-IN Bitti
Tub .m i-a.-li flinr. Liri;.'. Well
Lighted ani Airv Moons,
Everjrthlns Complete,
ALL THK MODERN IMPKOTEHEHTl
Oftice oa second fioir. Good sample
roorn attaehed.
P. J. CONWAY, Frop.
Huntington's
HOME BAKERY.
123 Wyoming Ave.
We have a lara assot
ment of
PLAIN AND FANCY CARES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave vour order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,,
or 413 LACKA. AVE,
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
night. Eoreka Laundry Co,
Ccr. linden St, end Adms Av3.
L'ocai House tivjraiit
All kinds of Laundry work gnwatjklQ
1 lie best.
GENTLEMEN,
SEE OUR UNI OF
$3.00 SHOES
Better Than Most $4,00 Shoes You Bu
MADE L IK K HAND-SEWED.
To Seams or Tarts tol'nrt Yoor Feel.
AUStjlesand Widths In Cons-rets or Laco.
The Best Shoe on Earth for the Money
Try a Pair an l vou v 111 weir no other.
BANISTER'S$3.00ryEbS
BANISTER'S, Ci; u ;i
Our 33 50 Shoes arc as good as .nvbody's $3 00 Shoes.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
Special offerings in Ladies' Wrappers and
Tea Gowns.
Spring IMilliraery
Mens Spring Styles in Hats.
Agency for Dr. Jaeger's Woolen System Goods.
M. BROWN'S BEE HIVF
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.