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THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE THTJRSDATf MORNING. APRIL i0. J8i4.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
A Foe lo Dyspepsia
And always have
man ltac tv kk u and fob wale to
the tkade by
Ik Weston Mill Co,
GEY ARB OP COUNTERFEITS !
THE PENU1ME POPULAR
KA.E THE INITIALS
G... B & Co ,
tirnrlrtcil m Each C'pnr.
Carney, Brown & Co. MiVi.
'I l. Hot aK - .Jt Ai.K.
OR. H. B. WARE
HP SCI 1.1st.
tYE, EAR, ikObH JJSD THROAT.
ma HOURS :
s.JOTo Wt Mi
35 WYOMING AVE.
F. C Dioinny, jr., of New York,
own in tne city during tne week
M. Trefoy, of Hartford. Coun., was In
tt.tr pity yesterJay.
.1 J. Simpson and D J. Dancan, of Car
bot.d.ile, were id the city yesterday.
ili-i E:zibetu Bently and Miai Blanche
wood tire visiting Ureen H'.dgM friend
Mm Dnfly Ktllara returned yesterday
from Pike county where the visited
Mr and Mrn. Joseph K Levden. of Ha-
ziotrn, rmrly of Scranton, are al the
V WW) Home
Urt. Q L. Houer and Mm. r. H Webb,
of PUtstotl and JIancb Chunk, wer in the
W W. Wood, Honesdale; 0. F. Stone,
Binghamton. I. S Carr, Tobytaiiuu, are
at t b" w est minster.
C. D. Sr,ijlrnever, Wtlliarnsport; f. B.
TM1 Ilaston; B. iloyer. Dauville; J. W.
KMM Allentown, are at the Valley
Hn,ry- Uretnwald, Potlsville; C. F.
Pace, hioghamtoc; C. T. AlcClmtock, Oil
'ity; Maion D. Pratt, Steelton, are at tne
POSTOFFICF. VEflR BOOK.
The Otfldal Publication to Be Printed at
the Trlbun Officii.
Th contract for printing and binding
an euition of 7,500 copies 0f the official
y. ar book of the Scranton pnstofflc
ha been awarded The Tkibu.ne and
th work upon the book ii now pro
Partiei haviug copies for advertiss-m-nts
to appoar in the publication will
please leave the same at The TR1BUNK
business cfflci at their earliest con
Tninoe. - .
Hotly Pursuing HaOulre.
Tommy MaUuire, the member of the
"Adonis" theatrical company whoie vil
lainous conduct at the Conway house dur
ing the recent TMlt of the company to thin
dtf has seldom found a parallel, is being
hotly pursued by Doteetlve Barring, and
Mr. Conway confidently expects the speedy
apprehension of the fellow, lie was ar
reted at Harrisburg, but managed to se
cure bis releasee.
MlchaM Bolton Injured.
Micnaei Bolton, a resident of Sixteenth
treet, was severely injured yesterday at
the Blonti mine b being caught between
aire. He was removed to bis home where
ur. .1. J. Carroll attended Ins injuries,
which consist of a badly smashed leg.
Scranton' Busloee Interests.
Ten Tkibun will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leadlug wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Bcranton
aud vicinity. The edition will be bound
lu book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnbllc build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portrait! of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Scran'on's many indus
tries. It will bean invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Bent to
persous outside the city, copiea of
thia handsome worl: will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as tho city
at large. Representatives of The Tribonb
Will call upou 'I HUSK WHOSB NAHK8
re dksirkd lu this edition aud explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please it ave notice at
Beadleiton A Woeraa and BallantW
Ales ar the beat K. J. Wuaa, agent, W
Loka wanna nveuu.
Inorain carpets cleaned for 3 cents
yard by th Scranton Bedding (Jo.
NOTES Or SOUTH IE
Twentieth Ward Property Owners Will Dis
cuss the Sewer Question.
MEETING AT PHARMACY HALL
Councilmen Connell and Battle After
the Views of Property Owners.
Foot Ball Organi-ation Arrested
at the Lower Mill roll UnderaCar.
Personal Mention and Shorter Par
agraphs of News.
The coTtncitmen ol the Twentieth
ward have undertaken to teat the opin
ion of their constituents on whether or
not they are in favor of having a sewer.
Before making a general appeal to all
the citizens of the ward they have first
sought the advice of some of the repre
sentative citizens, aud it was found
that such a step was highly recom
mended. Consequently a public meet
ing is nrrangad for tomorrow night at
Dr, Mauley s hall. An estimate of the
probable eost of the sewer will be dis
closed at the meeting, and City En
gineer Phillips will either be present or
a communication from him will be
read. The conncilmeu hope thRt every
property owner in the ward will be
present and give bis views iu the mat
Meeting to Organ za a Foot Ball Team.
To organize a foot bull team to rep -resent
the game in this eily and get in
readiness for next season to mit rlubs
from othsr cities, there will b a meet
ing next .Monday evening, April 30, at
th barber shop of Uweti Walsh, on
South Washington avenue, near Elm
strt t. All foot ball players of tue city
are iuvited to attend it. Although the
movers are from IbJj side, this does not
mean to say that it is 10 be distinc
tively a South SiJe organization. Foot
ball has a large number of enthusiastic
HfTotees here, more than other section
of Scranton ; but they are only too
ready to welcome good players from
other parts, and thus organize a team
that will nut only size up with, but ex
csl similar clubs other places. It is iu
tended to band together the best play
ers df $OrM too and go by the title, th
Scranton Foot BUI Eleven.
Belongs to tli Crowbar Brlgad.
The patrol wagon was tlphoud for
from the book-keeper' oflL-e of the
tv.nth work ru. 1 mntn at ?
o'clock. William Cornelius, of U'lle
vue. was drnuk and beat on breaking
in lb door of tbe gatemau's shanty at
the Ureck stret entrance. lie firat
tried to rslse th window, and when
that oould not t accomplished he got
a railroad ti aud attempted to batter it
in The effrct of bis rstapult was not
very damaging to.the door The wagon
soon arrived and brought bitu to the
lockup A tine of .V) wne imposed
opon mm. wbieh h could not pay and
he still lingers iu his cell
Fell Undtr a Street Car.
Jacob liarttnan. a half wilted boy
about 11 years old, was playing on
Pittston annua ye.ter lay afternoon at
;l 44 when car No MM came aloog out
ward bound, Tb car wss to charge
of Conductor P. J Kelly and Mutor
man Rotart Smith H hat just pasd
oat of tb middle switch near liirsa
(feat and was going vrv slow To
boy stood hardly a foot from the track,
and when th car waa about twenty
feet . w iv fr in bitu. be male the pre
tsns of running to ttiD si Jwlk In
stsad of getting ont of the way as the
inotormaii thought he intended to do.
he nirue l right around and eroui'had
on the rail. Th oar was stopptd
within a few feet, an ) tbe boy taken
from nnder tbe platform unhurt
Titer will be a social at Excelsior
Hall, Wyoming avenue on Ma) br
a party of young ladies of South Wash
Patrick Haggerty, of Brook street, a
pinnar in th Lsckawanna Knitting
mills, bad bis hand crushed in th
machinery yssterlny It will not
cripple the member, but may keep him
Idle for some time
John Flaherty, of Minooka. a miner
in No 8 drift of th lireeiiwood Coal
company, got in the W'iy of an empty
ear that a runner was takiug down an
inclme and was run ovr hy it He
was taken t the Lackawanna hospital
in an nmlmlsnce, and an lamination
showed that be had sustained a com
pound fracture of the rixdit leg,
Mr and Mr. Daniel Oslhert, of
South Washington nvenu ,hsv invited
their friends to attend a euchre partv
which is to be this evening at their
'1 be street cleaning gang fell upon
with pitk and shovels tbe foul-smell
ing mud of the gutters of South Wah
ington avenue yoster 1 it
DO YOU REAP?
On Saturday, April 88, toevry ons-
tomer buying tl worm of good s, we
will give a book. See eatalou in our
advertisement on local page of tin s
paper lagAJd 01 HaQHL
Andrew J. White, of Prospect ave
nii. was Injured ysterdav by falling
Miss Margaret Melviu, of Remington
avenue, will retarn to Philadelphia
today at noon.
Patrick Qunn, of Oreat Rend, is vis
iting his brother in-law, M J. U'Horo,
of i'rospeat avenue
Cousiaerabl interest is manifested
in tbi section by tbe adherents of tb
dirfrnt applicants for positions on
the police Iorsof this city. Looking
over the matter from disinterested
point of vlw and tsking the public
opiniou into consideration, tho popular
favorites are Charles Rerry, of the
First ward, and Thomas Watkins.
Messrs. Berry and Watkins would, if
appointed, be highly acop table to
Councilman P. H Golden moved into
the premises purchased by him yestsr
dy. M. and James Uilboy, who pur
ahased Mr. Oaldn' busiuess,
moved in and ooenpiod the house just
The aoudition of the sidewalks in the
vicinity of the Sandy Banks bridge is
Tbe cantata, "David, the ShopherJ
Boy," dramatized in ten acts, iu full
costume by a full chorus of 150 voices,
will be given under the auspices of the
Wlsh Congregational Sunday aohool
at St. Mary 's ball Monday, May 14
PREPARING FOR MEMORIAL DAY.
Meeting Hld at Eire Griffin Foit Room
The Memorial Day committee of
Lieutenant Ezra Grtffia Post. Grand
Army of tba Rpublia, met laat night
and received reports from a large nam-
ber of sub-committees pertaining to
the coming Decoration Diy exreises.
The committee is composed of F. J.
Atusden, chairman; E. W. Penrce, sec
retary ; George Geary. Enos T. Hall, B.
B. Aiherton, H. W. Loftns. Samuel
Gress, John Weetpfahl, J. W. Marshal,
George S. Schnltz, T. H. Allen aud
No satisfsctory account of the pro
posed exercises can b made known at
this time. The committee will meet
every Wednesday evening at Memorial
hall, Washington avenne.
A SPLENDID PERFORMANCE.
It Waa Qlvsn at the Aeidsmv bv Bar
Bsrlow Bros.' minstrels gave a, splen
did performance at tb Academy of
Music laat night It had the real old
time minstrel swing to it.
Tne specialties of Sehofisld and Seott
were wonderful and these men ar cer
tainly entitled to rank as tbe leaders in
Master Percy Williams, of Wilkos-
Barrc, the wonderful boy soprano, re
ceived a perfect ovation.
Primrose & West's Comedy corapanv
will present to tbe publia at the Acad
emy of Music on Ibursday evening the
sprctscnlar operatic play. "Monte
Carlo," introducing the famous min
strel comedisns iu white-face, Georg
Wilson and the famous Gorman broth
ers. Iu th ag of wonders, noveltiss
of all kinds ami description ar neces
sary wherewith to still the him and cry
which the company sends forth for
something new. In speaking of theat
ric il productions, which ar composed
chiefly of these meuliond adjuncts,
the history and details muv be cited of
a wondrous production. The play is
full of fun from start to tiuisli. ll is
all comedy, choice ipaOUItlat, light
ning sketches and popular music
OOKIMfl in HIMDBIOI HUDSON,
The Kimball opera Oomlqoa organi
sation, with th peerless and popular
Oorlnnt at its ha 1. will be th attri
tion at the s"rotbingham theater to
morrow evening. Airs. Kimball, th
energetic mauagerof Corintie, has or
ganized it company that numbers over
sixty well know performers, and the
production of "H-mdrlck Hudson" is
said lo be on a scale of magnificence
rarely ever attempted by any traveling
A. U r.MMRH BTOOl OOMFAHYi
Never Iwfor in the history of Scran
ton theatricals has a company of equal
strength as the A M. Palmar original
tock compsnv, which will be at tho
Frolhingham Friday and Ssturday. ap
peared in this city. Wilton Ltckay
has boon here ss the leading man of the
"Aristocracy" euipauy Virginia
Barnad has been here a leading lady
with E H. Botkan and the ' Lady
Windermere Fan" company, aud Mrs
D P. RoWetj has ben here with Fred
erick Wsrde snd tbe Jefferson Florence
company. However, at the Frothing
ham theater on Friday and Saturday
evenings and Saturday afternoon, Mr.
I.ackaye. Misa Hrnd, Mrs. Rowers will
all be seen with th 1'aliutr comuany
in addition to Midi famous actors
as J. H Stoddard, K M Holland
Oeorge Fawcett. Waldeu Ramsey F. 1
ward M. Bell, Reub Fax Herbert Mill,
ward, V. M DeSilk, Fred A Tttomp
ou, E. W. I'reslray, Madeliu Boston
Jennie Eustace. I la M OoatJOMt, Ann
L hart. BtantOO Herrou, Rote Barring
ton and Emily Prota i be attraction
on Friday evening will be "Saints and
Sluneis." on Saturday evening "Juu
the Penman," and at SatnrJay after
noon performs a double bill, "Oqs
Touch of Nature" and "A Pair of Spe
taoles" will be given S.-ats for th
Palaier engngeiuetit ar BOW on sale at
Powell's music stor
CONCERT THUMSOAV NIGHT.
WII Known Stoic, ra Who Will
Part In It.
A sacred concert will be givn at
Holy Trinity l:titch, SornaT of Mul
berry street and Adams avenu. Thurs
day evening undar th anspt of th
church cimlr, assisted by loins of lb
leading voaaiists of th city, among
boprauo -Misses Cora Rowley. Clara
Sandsrs, Lula Uaragau.Annie Wintr'eiu,
Nora Lmdsay Annie Duval, Jennie Blick
ins, Josie Richards, Angnea EvtB, Lltai
Beckendorf, Annie Hoegbarg, Mr. Livi
Alto-Mra Charles W . Metr.ger .Misses
Jacob Baa, Abhie Urt, Annie Morgans,
Cor Richards, Sa-ah B"ckeiid.irf, Mrs. M.
J. Boston William.
Toner David M, Bsvies, Thomas Wat
kin. Prank lrher. Renrv Miller, .New
ton i roft. Wtlrlaai Re. W U. oti.
Bass-David Richards, Ed. L, Haas.
Henry Schubert J M Edward, I Mat
Mijder. Morgan p. van Thuiuas 1. I'rice,
F. L Moore.
Mrs Nellie Al Thomas pianist; E. R.
Protheroe, musical director.
We ar prepared to furnish business men
with first-class stenographer by the day
or boor. Expert bookkeeping a spncinltv.
Scranton Commercial Association, Lim
ited, 425 Spruce street.
DR. Q Q Laibacr, dentist, Oos and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nu. Latest iniprovemunta. Eight year in
WHY DU YOU DO IT?
Why run all over the city locking for gol I
dollars with on., hundred an 1 ten cents' worth
of gold In th 'ni' but v iu will com very
cloa to it It if y ju will .-all ut th right placu.
Bring your dollars gold, silver and groeu
A. W. JURI3CH
iSA IPBtOI STUKI T, and get full value
for your money In ,
m v i i . i 1 1 1 i ; inis,
I l-HI(. I' I 1,1 I I N t
i I rLBRl , Una i i H I. M:
iMM.I VI K U. SI'ORl INO
The VICTOR WHEEL Loads
Bicycles, tiro arms, etc.replied t shnit
notice. Key fitting a specialty, (lire me cull
have a largB
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,
or 413 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
NEWS OF WEST SIDE
Republicans of the Fifteenth Ward Hold
NUMBER OF SPEECHES MADE
Marrlape of Miss Mary Ellen Davies
to Paul Weiss, of Chicago Couple
Will Live in That City Ball of St.
Paul's Pioneer Corps More Fire
Hydrants to Be Put In Notes and
Personals of Interest.
The Wot Side office of the Scranton
iBDUNI Is located at 1040 Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
communications will receive prompt at
tention. An enthusiastic meeting of Republi
cans of the Fifteenth ward was held
last eveuiug in Evans' hall, on South
Main avaaue. Over 100 ottillBI wro
present. Joseph Oliver was ohosen
chtiirman. Speeches were made
by ex-Mayor John H Fellows, At
torney E H. House, Henry P. Dsvis,
John P Heath, Evan Eiwards, E ioch
H irris, Alderman T. T. Morgan. D. D.
Evans, Constable Burechel aud Horatio
Duvtss Wlae Nuptials.
Avery pretty wedding was solmni;'.d
yesterday morning at II o'clock at the
homo of Mr. aud Mrs, D.svies.of BjTBOB
street The contracting parties were
ihir daughter, Misa Mary Ellen Davies.
t to Paul Weiss, of Chicago. Th house
was nenlly trimmed. A very melodious
Wadding march was played as the
bridal coii;.l entered tbe parlor. They
were met by R-v. W. S. Jonas, pastor
of the First Welsh Raptist church, who
performed the ceremony. Tnj brides
ntaid was Miss Kat Palmer and the
groomsman was O'.to Conrad, both of
Oreeti Ridge. The bride was gowutd
in S green dress with pink trimmings,
and tiiu bridesmaid iu brown and blue
After the eeremony a we fdlng dinner
was served, and the young couple re
ceived a shower of congratulations
from their numerous friend. They
left on tlie ll 5G Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western train foi New York and
other places of interest. They will re
al is in Cbioaga
A Ball Laat Krenlif
Th eighth annual ball of St Paul s
Pioneer corps was held last evening at
thir armory on West Lackawanna
avenu and wss well attendsd. Th
spacious ball was tsstefully decorated
for tb OCOat lOB aHtfa flags and bunt
ing. The stag mi writs Is wss placed
lisyes Bros , orchestra, bor a prttty
ene of potted plant and lliwers.
Th committee won follow
Mast I-r of ceremonies, T. J. McCoy: as
ei'tant. James J XIalii.u: BOOT committee,
i P Marrajr, irm.it atcClain, Edward
Karly, Michael Calkin, J. J, Sweei.ev
iletirv 1 innegMU. P .1 WMUh.JolmL.tr
kin, Thomas Kuddy. Pauiel Laflerly, ilen
ry .Mctiuigan, recepi i ,n coinmlttee, p J
Welsh,.' .1 HWaB,T. J, IfcOov John
rtoach, Edward Karly, B Msiiii j h.kiImv.
P. M. ataaaett, Thomas Unlkta. JoLu i.
i.i. it .1 In, f, Welsh, William T Mi tee
1', i. Urilliu.
1 lit News Coi dn1
A child of il H Jetikius, of Wtf
Scranton strest, dld )etrdt
Tbe funeral of William Johnson, a
painter, who did at his h. in on
Hampton trt, will ocur today at
i 3u o'clock
John Whittling, of South Rromlev
avenu, i recovering froia a severe
Henry Jennings, of Stroudsbiirg. wss
a guest of friends ou tht nd yesler
.Mrs Mutton, of South Summer ave
Taks nue, has teturuej home from an at
tended visit in Sintb Carolina
Mrs David J. Davies, of Philadl
phi, is a gu st at tba home of her par
ents, Mr and Mrs J allies Roberts, of
North RoboOOA avenue.
Mrs E l'ilson, of South Sumner
"Vsnue, will leava on an EuroDn trip
on Wednesday Sh will he ecom
ianid to New York by ber on-iu-law
eti-.ef Ferber will have thre fir
hrdrants pUood along th water main
eiteiisioii to Relievo
No prayr sarvices wr held in th
Washburn Stret Prsi.y terian church
lsat evning on account of th union
meeting lu the First l'rcsbvterlan
ahnrch mi the Etst Sul.
Mrs. 1! I Kvn. of South Main ave
not, has returned from a visit with
friends at I'lymonth
Professor E Bofgg with Eluons
ph "iiograpb. will be at the Snmner
Avonna Presbyterian cittirch this even
ing. Concert to cntnuietic at 3 o'clock
harp. Admission will be only '.'0
cents, children under twlv, in cnts
Kservd seals msy b secured for l"i
cents ilra. Tmkets for al at Davie
Ji William, IU South Main avenu
DO YOU READ?
Ou Ssturdsy, Ap.-il M, tn everv ens
turner bnylng 1 worth of goods, we
will giv a book. See catalogue in onr
advertisement on local pigeof this
lP-r If BAM A Hauin.
DOR'S, beat your carpet. Have
Si ranton Bedding Co. clean thni.
DON'T SKIP THIS.
VVT. UAVK the finest line of sweaters in
town Just think of it. an all w.iol
boy s sweater I'm tl 'si. nil wool men's from
-' .0 i to f VIW. All colors.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
222 Wyoming Avenue
Are at Proseol tlx M r Posolar and Prsferrsd br
Warerooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
aOB Waohlngton Av. Scranton. Pa.
JUST received large
import order. Many
new novelties. Come
while the assortment
AND TOILET SETS.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
l in. in I i LOI K sialtK.
OILS AND OLIVES
THE FINEST IMPORTED.
TEAS AND COFFEES
TULL LINK OP TH I UEST
FERRIS HAMS AND BACON
V-. Ul I CHBURN
Hucctsssor to A. t'oleiiisu,
4'-7 LACKAWANNA AYR
a r. I
COLLINS & HACKETT
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
DunlaPWoniDii's Coats and Capes
' Wswi WstZ
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
! a ii IBM I
.t Xs Laokawanna Ave.
t Millinery Department
In order to move stock, we have made sweeD-
ing reductions all
the latest fashion,
5 WORIH $3 00. WILL SELL NOW AT $1.95
WORTH 4.50. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.50
WORTH 5.00. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.98
Flowers, worth 15c. a bunch, sell now at 5 cents
:: Sprays, worth 35c. - - - sell now at 15 cents
- Sprays, worth 45c. - - - sell now at 25 cents
I Lace Curtain Department.
WORTH - SO
WORTH W V)
- WORTH 5 50
A full sis.. rtmout in re.il Point
urns nuns man )-i o: importation,
S stl les ii. I srldtl s
i 1 "VwLja..,If.V'VS
Where the iffi
Good Clothes J V )
(in, ils pisil.t fr, in reoatn Wtxil
taks from the sh.ep'a back, manu-
fs. tured by eipert w. tknieu. tlu.ly
..riianl fat And. nn.lv .-ut ani
flimly niail.-. ar.- tli uih-1. ert.-r
eur aaatosaara i" ri i t.ii .int won t
doit the sear will aBftMa ft u tbst
fast ily.son Hue fal Ties, well rat anil
w 11 raad. aiv.. unfai lug satlsfaetiun.
If you nt to get tbe very best in
quality at fatrait price, come to our
Wo BhoWsKl ten a I arm collodion
lstor-litlf. J Qjfy we ll(ve jusf
Jackets in Covet
' "is LfX U yTVi
Vbtretbt c EJrt
v Good (lotoes RjyWflk,t
Moire and Silk-
The Pricea are AY DOWN:
$5.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
Tho cry nowost nud noatost aro of Oro-Grain Silk, Moire,
Cloth nud Laoo. Notice the price tickets:
$5, $6.50, $9 TO $20.
Jackets, Capes and Top Garments for Everybody.
W. Owens & Co.
CLOAKMAKEKS, SUITS AND WHAPS.
ejpTRUCK STREET, COURT HOUSE SQUARE. -
VlWI I Vk I
around. Hats, trimmed in
TMK VERY LATKoT DESIGNS
Will sell now atftl U.
Will 11 now at il 75
Will sil now at $ T',
il Rsniiisant au.l Ksal Brnssels Cur-
asti Lartains in all tbe different
of dims anrl .TankAta at
fwwe as mnyt
Cloth nnd Twills.
Hi Well. Wear Well. Look Well