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THE BCmANTON TjBUNE-WEDNEBDAY HORNING, APRIL 25, 1894.
I ACE CURTAINS
The most delicate fabric prop
erly cleaned at
303 Penn Avo. A. B. WARMAM.
120 Wyoming Avenue
Wesro showing full Hups of
415 Lacka. Avenue.
BARGAIN NO 2,
April 23, we will offer
Moquettes at 75c.
per yar yard. Regular
price is $ i. 25.
We have only a
limited quantity of
these ;oods. Call early
to secure them.
Williams k McAnulty
'2.7 Wyoming Ave.
UlEPHONt NO. 535
TheTJnt-'n TrunvfT Company, Limited
Bus lir.e. Baggage and freight cnlleil for
and lifiirerod promptly. Iu? r'rai.klm
Five cases of mcHnlrd nnd ore nf diph
bona were reported to t'.m ovardof henltlj
A mama,-- lieestas ws mated vester-
dr to Patrick Kennedy ami M:sj Katb
tyae l'.auuui:hau, of Duauiorv.
l.'ourt was ask.id yesterdav to L-runt a
caarter t.. th Bt, Cvril sad Method Has
ain ilentticial aooletjr, of iluytinld.
Th Bcnntou Bicycle clnl, will Hi'.1 e
smoker Friday evening to the members of
h prn end tlie, Qrsen R dge n iiitI ciob.
A Molar nioetln!? of tiie O, I. A. to U
of L. E.. will bold a regular iiimtinj; at
Jermyu's Ball, l'Jt Wyoming avenue, tuia
Tolay will be tb last opportunity
theatn goers trill have rf seeing th
Wonderland Stock company in "A Cale
brated 1 aac 1
City Engineer I'hillip ye.str.lay nave
Bad to be Delaware, Lackawanna and
western company far tti. paring of the
alleyway at the might dap A
Tkr- will bo a regular rehearsal of the
Qsnbro-American Choral tociaty tbla avo
limit at 8 I cl clr klmrp. All members are
nrgently requested to be preant.
Oeorgn Watklns, of Washburn etrt.
returned last evening from a Ashing ri.
i'.rlon in tli vicinity of Thornhurst Willi
111 trout, the largest Individual eaten re
ported tlu maanu.
A meetinif f the ererutivn hoard ,,f iho
Lackawanna hospital will be bold early
next montn. Among other matter to b
acted upon will t. an lection to till tut
vacancy rauK.il liy tin. iloath of I! ' . I .
lor, treasurer nii'l -lirector.
The charity minstrel how that waate
ak'j place at Music hall tomorrow night
for Ibe Ser.pftt .( , he ;. . ir of OBr City, has
Men pootponed t... Tuesdsj evening, hfay
1, at the aama place. All tickets aold for
grawrrow night will gon2on thr.'. lata.
MMWrVed .: rau uo obtained at liul
berl'.i finale slo re un Wyoming nvoaua.
Taosaieof ate forth" engagement of
tile A. V. reim; original stock con pan)
at the rrotliiughani tbtator next Friday
and aturiny oveu.ng- and Saturday at
tarnoon will open mis morning at 9
o'clock at Powtll't mnalc itore. The old
tyatctu of firing out cbacka that bi
a vogue In ran ton f- r i.. i:r. ..-:rn will
t atoitthed at t'.ie ftOtblngboai.
Aal.evaar Utiaob llaer.
Lahtaan , IN btruc
Will Deliv- A J(Ir
A dateaatiot: of Mio from 1'iilladolphia,
who are ii attendance at the Woman'!
.Foreign Missionary convention, in thn
r.itr, will i "r. '.he wo'nn acd airli ef
the flonth Blda at the YoUUB Woainn'.i
Chrlitiaa fc.injtliu, K "dr evoauo,
Toortday evening, all tre SOallant
rpoakfrt, and It la honed that no woman
or girl wh'i can make It eonranleut will
Bin tbla opportnr.iiv. Tno addreaaae will
begin i t '.'.Hi.
Two Kega of Hear Stolen
Conrad Pink, tho driver of tho early
tr wap;on of the M. RobUuon Brewing
company, whilo deliverir.i' beer to Michael
O'Uara'a Hotel, at Lackawanna avenue
and Mattea at rent, yeaterday, had two
iega ct iafier itolag from the wagon. The
liii-lri v,c I in thn ilirortir,.: t.f Mi ( lr.
li beini; worked, and they will lliiely meet
in rot ia a dty or two.
Jlaakat Ball at Frovldescc.
.'he i'roviloncn llagkot Bull r.lnliand Iho
Dickion City cluli will play a frame of has
kot ball in Company II armorv tonight,
the I'rovldOQCo team wilt line up aa fol
lows: Davit, Tobklng; forwards; Steal,
b'une; Jay, IlaMrnnsn and MoKoohan
traptala), oanten; Jaeltson and Charlai
l laldermiin. guar 111 '.iabrltl. noma. Tlie
prociedi will be given to a needy family.
jv mi - Bzoinalraby.
I'eat luatie. I'lav nnv dsnired numCie. of
tanoa, OautBChi fi; Sum., lantiafacturera,
MBO Chajtnol Itreet, Phllr.doiphta. Won
derful ercbeetrial oram, only ii and $l'J.
Hpeciidiy: Old mucc bezoi enrefall re
poireii and impr jved with new tuuoa.
Tun .Srrrtnton Bedillug are
aterlna- furniture. Best workmen
That ic prism at (iuernaer Brothers,
MANY DELEGATES HERE
Caiuj lo AUtiiid Aiimul Convention of Wo
men's Foreign Missionary Society.
WHERE THEY ARE STOPPING
Some of tile Visitors Arc Being En
tertained at Private Residences and
a Large Number Have Registered
at the Wyoming Convention Will
Becjn This rVorning In Second
Presbyterian Church at 10 O'Clock.
Many of the delegntua to the annual
rnurontlon of the Women' Foreign
Missionary society, which meet in the
B oond Presbyterian etiureti this mom
irg, arrived In the city yesterday.
They wera mat at the depots with
saniagei by msinliara of the locul rc
oeption oommlttea and eacorttd to the
plioea where they will atop while in
Last evening u devotional meeting
WAI held at the Second I roabyterinn
church, lend by lt& A M Welles, of
Wilkes-Barre. Ltrge nuiutiera of del
elstes ::id members of the society
Wan i relent, and afterward met in
a loetal hour in the church baiement
in order to give delegate who other
wiie would hardly moot in tho day
time a chance of oncoming acquainted
Tile missionaries present are amue of
the oldest and most promiuvnt in tho
Preebytarlaa obttrob, and their pre
llOl at lid luenting make it one of
Speolal interest to the lOtiietf, Tney
ire b log entertained at the houses of
prominent people of tbe towo a fol
lows: WIIKKE TIIKY ARK ITOPPINQ.
Mrs. Wellington White, of Japan, at
Colonel H M. Hues'; Mrs. John NeW
ion, of India, and Mi Uigelow, of
Japan, at Rev Dr. ofoLeod'i; Miss
llillagh, of Japan, atid Miss Charlotte
Drown, of Si riii, at Mr. Docker's;
Mrs. W. C. Dol l, of L os, Mrs W.dls
aud Mrs. Candlin at tho Wrouitog
House. The regular eetetou will begin
at 10 o'clock this morning at the Sec
Ottd I'resbytenati Qhorob.
Ladies in attemlai c who are regis
tered at the Wyoming BOM4 are a
Mrs. M. H. Wilson and Mrs. William
Lowrie, Bellefonta; Mia rt. K. Lowri.
Warrio remark; Mr. H w. Plemmlng and
Mary Morning, Harrilborgj Mary ll
Wharton, L ll r.oaaanta and lire, L, w.
Oitchcock, Philadelphia! M: Webster,
Miss BUsabeth Wabater, Mr-. It. It Car
ter, Mrp C E, Anderson and Mm I'. L.
Tbompaon, UauehCbonk; Mrs. Charles i.
. . i, Un, Cbarlee N. Thorpe and ilis
Murphy, Philadelphia; Mrs. c. R Broad
bead; Baglerille; Mrs. W. H. Mc-
I ll lie-. Dhina; Mrs. Millikeu and
Mrs ll 1 1, alnuer. of Phlladeipbia; Mr a,
a M. W.-iies, of Wllkaa-Barra; Mrv. D,
II Cnnningbam, Mes Harei and Mi. B,
i! Forman. of Jeraey Uitri Mrs. Ueorge8.
Webster, Mis A l- Dick man and Mt"
(i bard C. Allen, of Frank!, r!, Pblladel
i li i; Mrs. B. T. Hick, k andUisa Oenirra
i reetnan, or urange, n. j ; Mrs. t. .
liruat, ilra. N. S. Ksston, Mrs. S C, I'at
terson. Mlaa F.itt and Miss Abol. of Bum-
' tn it , N. J.: Mrs. L. W, Cochran, of Mor
riatown. N. J.s Mr- I". 0, Waters and
Mrs 1. A Bobbins, or Baltimore; Mrs V.
B. Brown, of Washington, D. C.
BOARD OF CHARITIES' MEETING.
Memberships are Being Subscribed
For Work Is to Bo Given
to Twenty-tive Men.
There were prnt at last night's
meeting of the directors of th
Board of Aaiociate.l Cbaritiee, Col B
B, Ripple, T, J. Uoare, Lumer K 'ller.
P, J, Kuan. T J Kelly. S cretary
Uriel and Mrs W BJ Dnggan, An
encouraging feature ot llie s-ssi m was
tba farorable r;e"ts givi of the , f.
furts to increase tba membarthlp of the
organisation. During t ie n.uit week
thirty live names were aided to ilia
roll. th;rtv of w.'iom wero year and one
a life inbaoriber Tbe yearly momb r-
bhip fee ia f 1 and lite memborebip, VI.
The report of ti;i trea-urer was rea d
It showed n Imlanc on hsii I
A commnnioation from tbe Charity
Minitrel company ere it-1 eooiiderabl
interest Tue letter itated that Ibe
sompany would give an entertainment
in Music hall, the proceeds to B ) to the
fund for lb- r-lief of the po r.and that
tlie assistance of tlie Associated Chan
ties in giving tl:e affair proper n-ws
paper m-ntiuii was desired. N iue of
those preaout knew anything about tbe
Ciarity Minstrel company, and there
fore tne u: tn! r wera ljth to give
tl.e scheme their npproval. Fin
ally th matter wai disposed of ov Mr,
Keller m ving that it be referred to
Preeideot Ripple and Secretary Isra',
who will Investigat-' before extending
sanction 1 1 tli well hi Miiiu,; mt 'titio i
of tbe in itenr perf ormera.
Svrretary I-i.i' 1 rou I letter receive 1
from tba (Seooomy Furniture eompaoy,
etBtirig 'iint as no on bad oalled for
prine tJd 8, off-red at their rerent
promenade conoet, ite equivalent
value $30, was acc irlingiy douted to
t nee f the Associated Cbaritiee A
.Mi. eh i ooi Mileel tho letter, o.i
motion of Mi. Raatte a rote of thanks
wa. extended the Boonomy Fnrni tore
company for their liberal dooation
Similar notion was also taken In reoos
bitionof tha kindness of Charles M.
Harris, the Penn ivenna druggist, who
fnrtilsned free of charge the medicines
required by the tjluritles in the tret
ment of the nfllicled poor during the
On motion of Mr. Kuntie it was de
cided to prepare for publication a eom
plete list of tho yearly und life mem
ber of the organisation. The secretary
eras also empowered to employ an aa
sUtnnt whenever Insilutlet became loo
onerous. Mr. Israel thought, however,
that this was unnecessary.
The report of the special auditing
Committee appointed at last meeting
was rea 1 and approved, aa was also the
report of the agent, Mia. Duggiu. who
was empowered to give employment to
twentyDVe persons during the oouiing
week, and $100 was appropriated to Ilia
AN ENjOYABLt ENTclKIAINMlNT.
Given Last Night bv the Antlat.t O.dtr
The Ancient Order of Hibernians,
Board of Erin, gave a pluasaut enter
tainment in their hall at 481 Lacka
wantia svennl laat evening. President
O T. Boland made the opening address,
after Whieb Miss Charles gave a reclta
tlou, Michael Djunegsu sang a song
and then ex-Judge P. P. Bmith deliv
ered the address of tho evening It was
an eloquent effort and drow forth fre
quent rounds of applause.
A recitation by Mils Mamie Boland
was well rensived. Miss Julia Allen
also recited and in response to an en
core aang a pleasing solo. Mr. Doune
gau aang another aoag and was heart
ily applauded. He was followed by
Miss Mamie Boland in another recita
tion in whieb the young lady did her
The text number on the progr amine
was filled by the Colombia qnnrt"tte,
composed of Liny Kettrlek, sol Mor
gan, Ambrose Morgan and Herbert
June. They did Surly and v.tre spm
pelled to respond to un encore. Mr.
Kittrick was requested toeing alone,
Ha complied aud was himself compelled
to respond to two encores, his last ef
forts consisting of a laughable imita
tion of turnout actors.
The entertainment was witnessed bv
a large audience aud was a pronounced
SUOCSS, The chairm tn ot arr ,ng
mends was Johns. McCabe, who wis
ably assisted by John Mcilal, of Dn i
more. At tho d. so President Boland
thanked thoso p ent for bnelr luurty
appreciation oi tbe programm car-
rled out, and statod that in the future,
entertainments of a aimilar oharacter
Would ho H UiOi'e ii . que it feature.
TRACTION COMPANY'S PLAN'i.
Work to Bo Oommenecd no Improve
mant Ftrpp . I Dtiuiig Winter.
As soon as the weather permits the
Bcranton Traotioo oompany will repair
tu track. upon which work was
stopped during the winter months,
siring overiie ,d wires, build crossovers
and get every thing in condition to open
ate the line
In the absencn of General Manager
Archer it cannot ho learned in what
localities work will bo commenced tin,.
FOR THE "COUNTRY STUDENTS.
County SupormtencUnl Taylor Has
Arranged for Scries of Examina
tionsWhen to Bo Htid.
BflorU are uow b nig uiudo in sev
eral counties in this state to system
tlze tho work in ungraded sohools, it
is held that the country schools cen
tum many of tho brightest stud ints,
and that these schools, if properly di
rected, may nccomplil quite as much
iu tbe common brancboi ie tbe graded
schools lira doing.
To tlii etui a carefully prejtred
comae of stndy, ontlining tue w.na for
eight yeats has ben introduced, and
monthly examination questions have
been sent dining the current year to
all the school of the county.
Central examinations for pupiis in
county school based on tho work of
the seventh and eighth year of llu
cour- Will be hel I on SturJ.v, May
1, 1804 as follow:
i. At Olyphant, Central building, by
Principals M. W. i ommlngs, U J, Lloyd;
Jobu a. Moyles and (arrl A K nyou
'.' At Jermva. Graded SChOoL by Prin
cipals E, D Bovard, H. N. Davis and It.
3. At Carbondalo, Yarritigtou school, by
princlnsls F.ia vVbita, Sua Ma one au i
4 At Moscow, Graded school, by Prin
cipals w. a. Peck, .s. w. bortree and Mr
li. U. Depw, Mis- Caesie McDsde and
.ll-- .Ii-lllile (. tliln.li.
a. At Waverly, Graded school, by i'nu
ClpalsF, L Uanyen, F. 11. Green an l G.
A I lay,
6 At Taylor, Mi-s M K.-n.. - sch iLby
Principals r. K. Ooyne,Jamss F. Foley aud
Qnestlone will be sent to the chair-
Uiso Ol each COmmlttM to be opened bv
ti.e committee i n tbe day of ezamin -tlon
All pnplli m country schools who
nave completed or nearly completed
tbe common brnnehei ar urged t at
tend at the moat couv-nient centre
Certificate of rank, Signed by the ex
amining committee an! the county
eiipenoWndeul will tn given to at, .
pnpill v. ho take the ex mi. nation
All pupil in the eighth years' w rk
whose average reaobes 71 per cent, cio
nark being lower than 00 per oeot
are entitled tO enter tho tltial exsin; i
tlon to be held In Bcranton, June IB,
bytbeeonnty snnerintendenl end an
ei imlnlog committee appointed by
Tboes popile who maks an average
of 80 per cent In this examination, (no
mark being lower than M pr cent)
wi.l receive tbe lomiuoa SObOOl
dlpl un.. All others taking tbe sm
i ..tlon wi.i rec-iv c -r,;li i'.e o! rank
sign i by tti" etsmlnlag eommittee
an 1 th county ti i rint-n lent
COMMON Pt. ... 1 etUl LIST
t Is Mnd Up fei tha Terr. Wh.ch
wm Begin Uav 2H
Deputy Protbonotary K ssonyeatei
day completed the liiil list for tli
three siik-' term ' c luiiion pVas
c urt, beginning My M, rbirty cases
are set down for eaob sreek as nsoal
For the first wtok among Die rasee
f. r trial ar thi.ee of Joseph Fellows
and C. Smith vs. V. K Lonmil a'd .'.
Q. Fellows, ejectuitnt; Luther Foster
tb. Nsney Foster, divorce. John Ward
vs. Mary J, Ward, divorce; J
Jetir.inr vs. Leuigo Valley Ral i i
oompany, trepa Beeond week
Traverse of th Inquisition In ti s D it
twr of the babitnal drnnkenneee of Dr
A. E. Iit.rr: A H Wloton vs Pan
noaat C al com;i!iv, ejeliuent Thn I
week Charles Hutotilson v J. J,
Ali-rlght. diar '-' vr oil jrop-riy
near Car bond il
INj'JNCriON 15 OIJSOlWf.0
Judge Lruch'a Deelelon in the Wilson
Judge Lynch, ol ffl Ikes Bar re, va
ter iav dissolved th InJ i ioiIoo In the
cse of the Lackawanna Valley Street
K ill w iy foinpany against loo ( larbon
dale an t Forest City Passenger Rati
way c mpa tr.
Then a d - ..nto between tliesi cor
porntions, isaib claiming the right to
my tracks on what la known a the
Wilson road In Fell township. Judge
Lynch, elien presiding in court iu tin
city two weeks ago, listened to argu
ment for an I against making perm m
ant n preliminary injunction that imd
been granted reotraining the Carbon
dalu company from laying n track on
P.W'r for Clrean Hidgs
Becretory Briggf, of the Board of
Health, io::mg under Instructions from
that body, has prepared s communication
to councils, reqoeenog that the pronoeed
extension of the Foili leentli ir,ver dlstrlot,
between Million and Lackawanun etr ats,
be completed as aoou a possible. The
commnnioation will bo prejuutcd at the
next motiUK of the city fathegs.
Int. ll, (iiiKWBn, the Philadelphia spec
lalist, has now return sd from an Sltsndsd
southern trip, aud may hncousnlled at Ins
parlors, No. 1111 Sprjce street, Bcranton,
Temple Court building, upon all aonteand
chronic disenaes of men, women ami chil
dren. It has boon UOiSOd UbOttt by one or
more persons that. Ur. Grower publisbei
the names of his cured Mtlaute, This is
nut so. Kverytbing is strictly sacred and
coulldential, und no on, patient kOOWS
that iinoiher la being treated. The doctor
ha always made this principle a lasting
and sovereign one, and feels that it is due
to every patient. Olflco hours, daily, 0 a.
m, to (l p. in. ; Sunday, t) to a, M
A Kacied Conoert.
A sacrkp concert will bo given at Trin
ity Lutheran chnrch Thursday evening,
April !20tb. Lending vocalists will partici
pate aud every arrangement has beeu made
to present a musical program of tho high
est older. Tickets 50c.
Can you blame people for fsirly
crying for those handsome Mul
Ell IF DEFENSE
lliat Is What Joseph Judge and Audrav
Smith Are Endeavoring to Prove.
Wmm ft VERY BAD IAN
That Is the Way Ex-JudgJO Stanton
Prints Him 2oth of the Defendants
Went on the Siand and Swore That
Joseph Tomullnas and Charles
Block Made a Vicious and Unpro
voked Assault Upon Them.
All of yeaterday was consume ! hear
ing evidence In tbe case of Joseph
Julgo and An drew Smith, who are 00
trial before Judge Kdwird ia tho
main c dirt room, charged with hav
ing murdered Joseph Tomoliuaa la
Smith's I ouse on Blnir avenue, para
Place, on the nigiit of Jan. 2"i
Mrs. Bmltb, wife of Andrew Smith,
sat near her butbsnd all day and
watched tlie progress of the trial with
much apparent interest She I a
eomely looking young woman anil
when she went on the stand to testify
iu bur husband's behalf proved that
she had both spirit and intelligonoa.
Both of the defendants were ou the
stand vesterdav afternoon Their tes
timony was tojt'.ie effeot that tha kill
ing wis done in a 'If dofenss. timith is
a small man, IU voars of age, aud has
been iu this country three years, He
Sppsari to realize much more clearly
than bis companion tho terrible peel,
tlon tbey are placed In.
Ja Ige, r Juriehski, us he was called
before bia name wis Amsrioanlasd, is
a man of medium Sill and athletic
build, Ho sat in court yeaterday aa
Unmoved aa a granite statue until he
was called to tue staod, wmm he de
veloped an excitable temperament and
the Interpreter found it difBenlt tncorh
Iris ll iw f speech so that his version of
the crime might be iatelllgently trans
lated for to benefit of the jurors.
Judge served for five years in tno im
perial (uard of the Russian army
raovxD a u.iu wmsM.
Tha commonwealth male out a
strong case of nnjualitiable homicide
until it rallel Anth. uy Laknfaki to tne
Stand, lie w is in Sunt..' ho.iaaou the
night of the trouble aud look a hand In
Iho row which proceeded tho Striking
of Tomullnsa with an ax Liipotakl
told a story that mad it appear that
t.H killing wss done In lf defense
,: l eifJodgc m i u n, of ciutis! for
tbe defense, remarked with much ap
parent ealut.ictioii after L'licotskl left
tho stau l that be wa gial the com
monwealth bad at la: produced a Wtl
uess who told the true story of what
' conned at Smith's on the night of
J in. J7.
The cross rumination of Anthony
Alumina was oompleted aftar eourt
opened yeaterday morning and then
i r i.v-r J, A. K die Wa railed to the
stand Hedeecribed the ooulttton of
T imollnas' skull and brain as developo i
oy the p s: iu rtem elimination Mr
StaUtOO wante 1 to kn w if the WOUB 1
wee nrceesarlly fatal, to wbleh quea
lion I'utnct Attorney Kelly interposed
m ol j otinu Aft-list ing tonrgu
mo:, t i ii tin-qui-stl hi Julge Klwarls
decided to admit It stating that he
wool 1 in-tri'.et the jury on that point
Mr. st.iuton thereupon declined to k
Enoch Piet-r Ust.h 1 to seiag Tom
nllnee bit with an ax ny Julge Winn
the wounded man f.-ll Smith kicked
blm i bo nagt day witness told Judge
and Smith that they should bo schemed
of themselves for having stru-k Tomu
llnas with an x Smith answered that
Ibe Injured man got what he dcosrve I,
and oogbl to be nil witn an ax again
Ant hoof Lukofskt was th- next wit
- -, called. He was in Smith' hous-
-i the troubls began md heard
Judge aey II was not nice for ihem to
ran Droa sronoa
As SOOn is he sail that, tha witness
leclsre I tin' T tn ilmas. II. u' laad a
man named Wislosky struck Julge
with a tea pot, u g! iss an I t chair on
the heal, w:iteh camel him to bleed
il rusi.i.l uiista.r. followed by the
three men, who attempt! to fore
their 'i iy Into in room. Finding that
r 'r-'it n K.ife, Judge rushed down
Stairs a'll mi', of the bouse, taking
refuge In a summer kitchen,
T bare BIoi k foon I bim and going to
romuliris told l::m whre Julge was,
They left the bous to take .lodge out
of the shanty to kill h'm. . they x
; ised it A few minutes later Smith
and romulinas returned t 1 the house
Struggling, 1 hey wera followed by
juige with un i i-1 hi band Tomu
lines est I "'ot us kill them all," and
he "trtii k Jiiif.-e on the bend with
club The latter retaliated by hitting
Tomulluai with in ax When Judg
entered the hois Smith had re
ir 1 a blow on the head from the
elub bold by Tomullnas. Wttuess de-
nis ' tn it Bail b k'.okd tn injur-d man
if t-r he f"ll to the groun I,
Mary Lucavaevltob, of 1'itutou, an
an it or iho 111111 dared mau. In who
honor th celebration was held at
Smith's house on tbe night of tbe mur
der, leelilled to seeing the blow strn.k
by Judge with the sx, but witaescd
no of the extenuating circumstances
described by LukofskL After Tomu
lloas fell she began to bemoan bim
dead. Smith tool li r to bo quiet as the
devil would have got Tomullnas iu any
,-vnut. That OlQSOd tho testimony ou
the psrt of the prosecution nn l ex
Judge Stanton opened for tbu defeuee,
it.ka 11K ItLV DtVIMII,
Iu his opening sddrsen to tho jury
Mr BtantOU laid lie expected to be
aide toihow tlie jury that the killing
was done iu se! f defense. T'omuhna. ho
declared, was an ugly, ferocious and
quarrelsome character and was on unt
il el bent, as his actions snd words
would prove, ou the night he received
Hui blow wli'..'h resulted in Ilis death.
That blow had been struck to protect
Judge from further ill nsaga nt the
hands of Tomullnas, Frank Schur
mnckus wasths Brat witness called nnd
twors that the fight was percipitatoi
by Joseph Tomullnss and Charley
Block, who declared they would kill
Judge nd went to drug bim from tlie
shauly for that purpose,
Mary Berne tt described the condition
of Judge's WOUnds nnd the appearance
of hie elotbes after the tight. She said
he was covered with blood and bia
clothing badly torn.
Andrew Smith, onn of the defend
ants, wss than sworn. He said that on
'be night of Jan. B7 he wh seabsd in a
room on the second floor of his heme
puying csrd with Joseph Judge, when
I'omulina invited them down Stairs to
drink some beer, They accepted the
invitation and about 11 o'olock the par
ty was reinforced by the arrival of Mi
chael Marchalonas snd Charles nnd
Anthony Katcherinas. Prior to their
arrival there had been no trouble of
any kind. Charley Blook snd Jossph
Tomulinas took offnse at the srriral
of tbe strangers aud Block told Tomu
llnas to kill them aud he would be re
sponsible. Tomullnss got a slnb and
Smith advised the risltors to leave tbe
iiousd in order to avoid trouble. They
obeyed, bat as they were leaving Toin
uliiiae struck them.
Jl'bUE AS A FEACEMAKt K.
Judge protested against treating the
visitors in that way and Tomulinas hit
him with a tenpot, Wislosky with u
beer glass and Block with n chair.
Judgo lied to tho HpnrtmoDta above,
followed by tho three men In a few
minutes he enmo down again and wont
into tbe shanty. When Block some
time later discovered where Judge was,
ho urged Tomnlinai to go and kill him.
The two men rundo un effort to gel
into the shanty, and failing in that
began to tear off the boards from tho
s'ulu so at to at at Judge. Witneus
protested against such conduct and
threatened 10 call the police. Tomu
lni. s 1 hen attacked him and he retired
into tba house, pursued by his assail
ant. Tomullnas struck him on the left
stds of the head with a club, causing
blond to - pun from his right ear.
Ju Ige entered the hou?a at that point
nnd Tomulinas attack d him with the
club and Judge hit him with the ax
Tomullnas then attempted to grab wit.,
utss.but lis kioked him and shoved him
away. The injured m in then foil to
the ground Block was not iu the
House at that time, but when he learned
what had occurred hu grabbed witnnss
and thre-v him twio to tho floor. Wit
nN8 then picked up a ts'-' knife aud
sprang into a corner. Block hit him
with a club snd he drop;. I the knif,
whereupon Block nnd several other
meu took hold of him and laid him on
a hot stove, burning him badly, Mi
cbaI Marcholona aud Charles and
Anthony Katchwrnias were called, but
their testimouy threw no light on tho
moot says Hi: DBBD TBI AS.
Joseph Judge, tue other defendant,
was next called to the stand, and with
dramatic goature told the itory of the
trouble, admitting that he bit Tomu
linas twice with the ax, our on tho
shouldsr and next 0:1 the head. He
claimed, however, that he was forced
to do so 1 1 protect himself, After list
ening to hi story court adjourned tor
TO MOVE FOR EQUAlTsUFFRAGE.
Committee Appointed to Bring the
(Question to the Attention of
the State Legislature.
The equal suffrage branch of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
held u largely attended meeting at
thuir Spruce street rooms yaterdsy af
ternoou. it was exprctad that Mrs
Bquisrs, of 1 arbondal, procldont of
the County union, would b present
an 1 deliver an address, but she was un
able to ba thtre, mUOh to the disap
pointment ot those who cam to bear
her However, the la ilea mad the
most of th occasion by diacumtig the
equal suffrage queetloa in an inform,
way Mrs C D Simpson presi led.
Mrs Yost read au article from lbs
u of Mi" Mar,- A Livermore touca
mg Upon th work 111 the stUtS of New
York. T his was followed by a genertl
disrussi. n aa lo how to best bring th)
equal auffrag question bedor the
Pennsylvania legislature bun- f--vore
I petitions, wuils others seemed to
think that the state and r mnty organi
sation should b th first to . in
toe matter. Th result was the ap
pointment of a committee of tars to
formulate uiu definite plan of actio.i
rboas nam- I or tb president to SSTVS
on the committee wore Mrs Roberts,
of tbe Hv le l'ark nni 0:, Miss Laecb, o:
the Providence union, and Mrs. D B
' 1 -d !, of th Scranton nt ion.
The fact that many intelligent
w men display no interest tn the ef
fort to ("cure ,q ial suffrage was com
Dented upon t'nis.Mr. .; bert ai 1
is because they have never glVeU the
-u.ject thought One of tha ine nhsr
oonfssssd that when the joined the
Wouiau's Christian Temperance uu:ou
-be was verv much I'ppoeed to the
sromsn suffrage 1 ie,bnt after carefuilv
rea ling her Bible she foon 1 that equal
sutfrsge wi divinely sanctioned from
QenOStS to H relation. and conseq i ntll
she becam a convert to th cans
"Every mother." tin lady said," wants
a chance to vote for 'Ojd, home an 1
native land,' if she will but stop to
think what the pnril-gs Implies,"
In meeting Was doled by Sil Join
ing 111 singing "Blest Bs tue lie Thai
N 1 w millinery go alt are received daily
Bt M .s ft Prs, Su Spruce Mieet Tbey
,re trimuied by xp,o n i.ced trimmtrs an I
am beauties to bs hold. '
4 . .
Cst yi iir carpets cleanej by tb S rn
ton BsddlSg Co
JENKINS In Bcranton, April 1194
Eugene Ashley, son of Mr. and Mrs. f)
II JenklttS, aged 1 year. 1 month and '.'1
days, funeral this Wednesday sfter-
Loon at 3 o'clock at Iff.u Scranton street.
Tho (jreat demand ex
hausted our fimt supply
We have received another
lare lot and ca,n now fur
nish one of these beautiful
engravings free to every
purchaser of our Fast Black
BAtJTIVUL Jewelry to se
I HQS in new styles.
UN in .uid see our now store.
W are weleome.
TERLINQ Silver NoVeltlea In
417 Lackawanna Ave,
Best Sets of Tee vx,$8.oo
Including the palnteaa extracting,
ot teeth by an entire! new pro-
S. O. Snyder, d.d.s.
ISO VV YOBIINU AVU.
The New York. Ontario & Western R. R.
Co., will stop the followiug trains at the
crosini npposit the now Base Bull
grounds: Tram 208, south, leaving Car-
bondale 3.34 p. m.; train i'07, uorth, ra
mming leaving Scranton 4.5U p. m.; train
'.309, north, returning leaving Scranton 6.10
p. in., days games aro played.
District Passenger Agent.
1 noN''!' t1' eoml'.irtabte neigh
bor sviniwtbit'i with you. There's
solid couiion. iu haumiock iounging.
Hammocks for a Dollar
TVlaa .. tana a. i-. M..(kl. . (!.. .1 Jt mm
sjajj 1 " 1 -' h i'otio st miii: nnuini
Mtj iiiuu, uj Liirtij. wh Ul ') lilWaVJ
tssn ul. Art.
HENRY BATTIN & CO.,
126 Penn Ave.
Plumbing ) Popular
5 When vou are looking for r.cv-
eltiee, come in and you will
g find them.
S -- -
Scranton's Household Specialists.
128 Wyoming Ave.
Wo are now displaying
a riiie Una of
ln OTTOS. BILK and
LISLE I'll HK AD.
ever exhibited, including all of the
latest novelties in Junior, Reefer,
Zouaves and Vestee Suits at $3.50
and upwards. Serviceable Double
Breasted Suits from $1.25 to $7 00.
Every purchaser of $1.00 worth
or more is fiven a chance on the
beautiful Parlor Suite displayed in our window.
PENK CLOrffiNu & SHOE HOUSE
137 AND 139
S. L. r
THE CUT SHCr:; HERE
Represents Banister's new
Razor Toe Last. Ii you want the
latest styles in l:ootvear trade at
I BANISTER'S PRICES are a little less than yon
are paying elsewhere for inferior goods.
BANISTER will give you MORE for yonr money
than any Shoe House iu the city. Patent Leather
' and RiHset Shoes in
jyiOLASSES catches more Hies than
vinegar. Ciood goods draw more
trade than poor ones.
Our Ladies' Suits, Shirt Waists, Capes,
Millinery, etc., and Men's Hats, Neckwear,
and Furnishings are bound to catch trade.
Each purchaser to the extent of $i or over
takes part in our $2,500 Distribution Gift.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
$4.00 Cape for
in all colors.
Ladies' fine Coats,
worth $6.00, for
Also Ladies' line
Serge Suits, worth
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIME BANK.
THE AX FALLS SwCMtftn?
Department and smashes prices
into splinters. 1,000 Children's
Suits (0dd3 and Ends ) have been
placed on separate tables and will
D3 sacrificed at ruinous prices un
til all sold. We are showing the
most handsom? line of
te eg. 1st