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Tm JSCHANTON TBIB UNETH UBSDA V." MORNING. APRIL 26. 1894.
303 SPRUCE STREET.
All the Fashionable Shapes
Trimmed to suit the most Mstldious.
WORK GUARANTEED, LOWEST PRICES
The rnost delicate fsbrio projw
erly cleaned at
308 Penn Ave.
A. B. WARMAN.
120 Wyoming Avenue
Books Given Away Satur
day, April 28.
ll.uv . on I'... World, I
ttuin.ntal hi Leisure,
lv yond 1'ivrJ. :..
For Anothor s, n
Vlf. in N..m lint.
Biitna if Cay.
A M.DtsI Strilla,
U'lie WookM ',
by Woman's Wit,
fro the Bitter Eud.
illl on t: ! . 5
It, R. Braddon.
Jin. Wide, wm Wviid,
fha i iiil.l Wife,
Captain Alityuc Kt-d
And maur other
MEARS & HAGEN.
BARGAIN NO 2.
April 13, r.e will offer
Moquettes at 75c.
por yar yard. Regular
price is $1. 25.
Ve have only a
limited quantity of
these goods. Call early
to secure them.
'27 Wyoming A v a
TELEPHONE HO. 515
The Union Transfer Compare-, Limited.
fini !tn'. Baggage and freight called for
end deltwed promptly lOT Franklin
The contagious d.iaaie epidemic is grad
In a ten-lnntnjf gamn of lia ball yeiter
day, the local te.-im defeats I Hie fliugliam
Ton club by a store of 7 to C.
Liostejiant Ezr. flrifKti WomMi's Relief
Corps, Kn. SO, srlil give a dime entertain
1,. tut at Ue pot room, toiiigiit.
Cortnua and the Kimball Opera 0mtn,ne
tompeny will preeeut "ilendrir-k Mmlsnn"
nt the l'roiiiiLgu.-na theater il,, evnlug.
CJfc Kngiaeer Phillip, yesterdav heard
appeals on the Biwllman an I it . he ro.i-t
latere teaten In the Fifteenth sewer Jis-
The liaildtuif oouatlttee of the b .ard of
Control will m-e; tbU erening Bids for
heating and vcutillatlng No, 87 building
will be considered.
inika i. Xtd'.u, at Tavlwr. and Aiuia
VI. aJontaa, M Minooka; .Irsrm R dm
fiiirMl&t and flrWy I. Coolbsmfh, of
Aiwalt. sore granted marnugo lictuies
jjtr, nfi as re. forward taTy -.11 pive
raettai of fccottwk song and trry nt
YtMl Men-, Uiriitian Aa'oeiation ball
Fiidav ayening na'ler th auspices of the
Scualoa Candoilaa club.
"Ie 0.4 Kontucky, the plav wn.ra
e..hU ltd 1 jcq a remarkable s'Kicef 1 at the
Aoaaain) of Music, New York, during tno
winter, will be at the Frotlmigham tliee
Wr cuit T'Jvsday and Wednesday even
aa-1 Wedneaday nfternoon.
The Catobro-Aitierlcaa Choral society
met at the Youhk Men'a Chri-lian AtH.jcia
iies rooms for rhearsl last err-nin; . A
Urge number vrers prosent. Tint pro
urasanaa selected vrae the nnn to be ren
4rel at ;ko on May 13 at the
eter E.bes snd 03car Welchel, of the
tee Bwlh Side, were arrested t the in
stance of Prerl Erhariit on the complaint
nf ckloken siealini- They wore remaadnl
il by Alderninn Wright In defanlt of I90O
bsll. Tbey were osught trying to UUdoso
of the chieJetiS at Reed's market on Wash
Anheuser Basch Besr. '
Louis Ixhman'a, 626 Bprucs St.
HOW TO MAKE GOOD BREAD.
f rss Eahibitlou at tba Btors of JTudge St
Miss Young, of lloston, who has been ae
sneoessiniiy enowinn tha merits oTth
cWsbreted Oold Medal sad Supsrlative
f.rnir i the Washburn-Crosby Co. nt the
Brrsnton Cssh Store, Will demonstrate to
11 t jalilof to bei'Oiue etperte, best utterly
UMlaaa It ts to waato rantenala aud rum
t'.e ten)wr 11s well aa the diKeatioa, by
making end using poor bread
u to tbo store of Judge a Co., and sea
bow simple a matter it Is to urate the
table with beautiful bread and cai.e.
GnociniKS, groceries, groceries, at Rein
IHuilo J). an Exclusively.
Bet made. 1'lay any dolred number of
iuii'-H. Cantschi Hi Sotis.. mAuijfaaturera,
;U'in'litputatrol( liladJpUia. Won.
tier ful mcuustrial organs, only $5 and f 10.
Hpicinlty: Old music boxes earefnlly re-I-alrni
and Improved with new tunes.
TIT .1 W -I J ." I1
fill Scrastou Uuddiag Co, am uubol.
starinir fumiiura. Unut wprlftnen. Rea
son able prices.
That s prides at Oitersney Br,her.
Williams k McAnulty
SPREADING THE WORD
That Is the Splendid Wort Women's Mission
ary Society Is Doing.
CONVENTION NOW BEING HELD
Proceedings Yesterday Were Marked
by Much Earnest Work Splendid
Showing of the Year Rally Held
by Young People at First Church
Last Night-Addressed by G. W.
Knox, of Japan.
Tha tTOnntw-fAnrth annn.l afloavrtl.tv
of the VVotnen's Foreign Missionary
society or ne Presbyterian olmrcli
oonvened in the edifice of the Second
Preabyteriau congregation at 10 o'olook
yssterilny moruinx. A 8cripturl les
son was read by Mrs. C. P. Turner, of
Philadelphia, after which pruver was
offered by Mrs. Aikmgi, of Madison,
N. J. Mrs. C. E. Robinson than de
livered the welcoming address to the
delegates and the president of the so
ciety, Mrs. 0. P. Turner, ruiule a fitting
The report of the treasurer, Mrs. J.
M. Fishbnru, read by Miss Nelsou,
showed that the society In I reoeired
during the year the sum of $lTi.G0a 00,
aud that all but ri 50 bad been expanded
in missionary w:rk. The receipts fell
i ',"uo oeuiw tnose or tne previous vear.
Mrs. Williem Watroui, of Philadel
phia, read the report of the heme sec
retaries, showing a general resume of
work done by ti.e suppnrtiug societies.
0110 nsw society, fifteen auxiliaries
nd seyauty-eighl Young People 'h Mia
sion;bands were organiaed dining the
Tbe recording seeretary, Mre. J. K,
Miller, road tbe list of Presbyteries,
111 delegates, representing twenty
eight Preebyteriee. exclusive of tbe
Mn. 1'. A. Cunningham then Intro
duced to the audienoa the following
mtssionsrles. Mrs. C 11. Lirowu, of
Syria; Miss trertrude Bigelow, of
Jaoan : Mrs. A. P Pallagh, Japan ; Mrs.
W. f Dold, Uos; Mrs. J. P. Howell,
Bratil Mr. S, 0 Geodlere, Ulse
Aeniau, Wellington White,
China, and Miss bertha Csldwell, M.
D , a miaeionary under appoiatoteut to
At the eloee of a paper on work in
foreign niiasionary fields during tbo
tWX, Mr. Wellington Whits spoke on
' Woman's Work for the Maater m
Cuius," aud then Mr Turner an
nounced the appointment of a number
A nnaarird report o? tbe work of
the society during tbe past year, also
thowing tu eOclenoy and condition,
Hme Department TMal contrlboS
tie, fl4P,cV8V); new Preshytsrial soci
ety :Maameei 1. total Presoytenel socl
: - :. new avuuUariea, K . tew bands 7?.
tew Youag People's Christian Endeavor
tjc.stlee, 1SS, new Junior Cbritisn to
dosTcr odetlca, -1?. total aaxiliarlea,
bands, nod i;irittian KuJeavcr sociaties,
liV: number of subscrlptiona to "Wo.
atsns Work for Woman." lfl,B3: number
it ubscriptiuos te "Over Bee auu Land,
ifS Department - Missioaarws, IM;
ihbie readers and teschers.Sl; dsyssbjnli.
103. boarding tcboola Si, medical wo
men on the field, 11; medical women In
College, o. medical women uodtr appoint
ill!. AFTEJUiOCS SE3S1CS.
Tho afternoon session did not begin
until 'i 80 o'clock, when all joined in
ainciiiL' "Ye Servant of U,,d V.mr
iiaster Proclaim," Prayer was 'offered
by Miss IDester. or W asblagton. i U
Ihea followed n discussion on mission
ary educitioa Mary L. BroaduvaJ, of
U .iter Osp, preeenteJ a paper on
iiaading." Miss V. F Penrose oe
"Usograpby," Mrs. J. B Howell ou
"Arithmetic" All were Interesting
and Ware brivf!,- ditcussad,
A kvni'i was aung aud then Miss
Gertrude Uigalow, of Japan, spokj on
''The Mission of the Mission Sr.io 1 "
After pmyer and singing th ttalon
tioe.d at 4 30 or, jck.
A rally of the Young People's S. cielv
of Christian Endeavor was held in the
First Presbyterian cboreh at IM
o'clock in the evening. A vast audi.
11 ce of the refined aud ruitured people
df Soranton paokad tbe eUift.-e. Key.
J-sinee MrLeod, D.D, inn led, and
Bet. O W. Kuox, a I), delivered
stirring addresa ' ti matters pertslnmg
to misionary work in Japan.
MHi. fcLAUVttl'j APPIARAfl CE
Tuesday Iivrr,inr, Kay 1, lh Uate
the Concert in Tbta City.
Mr iorge Car:er hai hen very
sncc-'ifnl in aecnrlng subscribers to
ihecosKierl to be glvou iu this city at
I. in Park i-..lire. 1 by Mute Lillian
liiauvelt, and elrsa iy caa a large milli
bar of names to the list of peepls
through whose generosity uiuiie levels
uf ttlflSf tttt tnvaus will be enabled to
hear a great artist.
From a communication roceived from
Mine DlaUVvlt yesterday, it hue ben
ascsrtained that tbe engagetnente are
such that Tnewlay evening. May 1, is
tba only dnte upon which she cau ap
pear in tscranton.
The time is so short bstween thts
and the date of the oonoert, that Mr.
Carter will be unable to circulate the
subscription paper a? exteastvely as be
had anticipated, and he haa decided to
leave the list at Powell's mnslc store nu
Friday morning next, where parties
interested limy coutrlbute toward the
enterprise. To all subscribers to tbe
conoert the courtesy of reserved seats
will be extended.
At the door on the evening of tbe
coneert a silver collection will be
taken, liv this arrangement people of
all classes v.-i 1 1 through the en
terprise of Mr. Carter and liberality of
tne subscrihera be enabled to listen to
high class music at a trilling cost.
The programme of tbe ooueert will
be announced later.
WILL BECOME A RESIDENT.
' " I V . v
Mrs. Soo Doo Hoe, files Her Photo With
tha Revenue Collector.
Mrs. Soo Doo Hoo, wife of theChln-
eso merchant on North Wiinhiugton
avenue, and who arrived with her hus
band 011 his recant return from the
Flowery Kingdom, intends to become
a legal resident of the Unite I States.
I'esterday Mrs. Soo IJoo Uoo caused
a photograpii of borself to be filed in
the ofHce it Revenue Collector Her
ring, with tbe intention of a full com
pliauce with tbe provisions of the
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER'S NIGHT.
Tbey Wilt Be UK an a fteeetitlon at Y,
ai. O. A. Thursday Night.
A reception will be given at the
Yoang Men's Christian association next
Thursday evening by tbe Amateut
photographers' of the -city, of whom,
there are about 200.
Photographers are requested to bring
their samaras with them i an oppor
tunity will bo given to take flash light
picture of athlette pvoupe. There will
be au interesting musical programme
and stereopticou views will be civ m of
scenes photograpi .0 1 by amateurs of
the city. All uuialour photographers
are invited to attend.
A dark room its being fitted tip on tlio
third floor of the Young Men's Chris
tian Asaociation building fgr the use uf
members of the association. It will la
provided with lockers so that develop
ing materials can be kept by each pho
tographer on the premises.
CHARITY MINSTREL3 TUESDAY.
Ptrformanca Will Be Qivan at Muaio
OiiTuosdayu ight May 1 tha Charity
Minstrels will giro a performance at
Music Hall for the beui'tit of tha char
The company consists of forty puo
ple, made up of the best local -.. me
dians, singers, musical t-utn-. knock
about teams, club swingers, comic
sketch artists, and mnj) jo)lg and guitar
COMPANY HAS IWa PRESIDENTS.
J. W. Aitken Protests Against What
Was Done at a Meeting, Called
Without His Sanction.
J. W. Aitken. president of the Car
boudale Traction company, yesterday
obtained a preliminary injunction re
straining tho issue of additional stock
and bonds of that company. The bill
In equity which Mr. Aitknfiled, is di
rected against Millard t'. Thompsou,
secretary and treasurer of tbe Carbon
dale 'fraction company, and .lames D
Stogkur, James J. Mullen, 11, .1. Be,
tem, William Walker, Charles R,
Mullin and W. F. Sadler, jr., director.
Mr. Aitken claims that 011 April S3
an unauthorized meeting of a portion
of the stockholders of the Carbondulo
Traction company was held at wince
directors ami officers were elected
$50,000 uf additional etock issued and
the indebtedness of the company in
ersased by the issue of bonds to the
amount of $00,000, This masting Mr.
Aitl.uu snys was not called by ths presi
dent and directors of the company nor
was auy notice stating specificallv the
object of the meeting given or author
ized by tne president or directors At
the meeting William Walker was e!
acted president, Millard Thompson,
iscretary and treasnrer snd the per
sons named above directors, W. A.
May being chosen as new director.
Dir. Ait ken wants the issue of the
additional stock and bonds restrained
He Is represented by Attorneye Jestups
ct Hand aud J H Torrey Julye
Uunster granted a preliminary injutic
li.ui and muds it returnable April at
.0 a m.
For some time paat negotiatione bavs
been in progress with a view to ba'in
the lir.es of the Csrbondale crnp my
leased and operated by tbe Berantoo
Traction company President J. P lis
ley, of the latter company, announced
yesterday that thsso negotiations had
MR. JOYCE INVOKES THE LAW.
Says He Is the VicHm of a Conspiracy.
Wants Damage; in the Sum
Merlin Joyce, who as ptiiic pal of
ens of tbe schools of Lackawanna
township, cinie Into such prominence
last winter by his opjeisiiion to the
school board of that township 111 re
taining forcible possession of tne c IB
tineiitsl school, Yesterday through At
torneys Watson Uieiil, began 4:1 ac
tion against Willtaia Morgan. 1 U ng -Timlin.
Dsvid Lloyd, er , David Lloyd,
jr., Jam-a Steonetii, Ubrd Liuvoa.
Silas Pinnock. ElraunJ Carter, John
Davit. Mrs. Koea Pinnock, Ellen ii.. -eron,
Margaret Barron. Lltz.e Slppel.
and Mn William Prvetwood for cob
sptrsry. He asks damages in ths sum
of fo UOO.
II. riiargee that in order to secure
his removal from the eebool of which
us wee prtatipsi. tbe defendants con
spired and circulate ! a story to the ef
fect that he bad "coudut'Ud hiuHelf
In an improper manner an 1 w is moral
ly unlit to teach the pupils of his
school and that bo was unlit by reason
of improer conduct ro pursue his pro
feeaion of school teaching "
These charges Mr. Jov, e ears were
will known by those wb made them
to lie utterly fails
la order to get him out of the school
hoildiug ho alleges that a criminal
Charge wse bronght against him, on
which be was arrested, it was not a
'net charge, he declares, and when 11
ail asaWlupllaheJ the purpose for
wujga it 1 . e begun it was withdraw n
All ti.e c'largae undo against Mr,
Joyce of evorv kind are solemnly
denied by him. Tin y were all, ho says,
lutrt of-titi ni1l() lite re
in ov .1 't ia tin' positi in be l.el I.
I'bqp aeiiinsi whom he his brought
pail art tie menitit- of th clo I
1. 1. 1 I of Liakaweuua township aud t ie
pupils and their parents who made the
complaints against him.
TtieMe L q r Cases
Alderman Donovan yesterday diarharg. d
the rase ageiuat th" KgJJl v- ' e- t Bn w
lug company for vjwUtlou of tbe liquor
laws. P, J. Oeeer aafl John Prnry u o o
held in ball for erlllug on huoday. A. J.
Mahou, the prsMenetor. aays h will have
tbe members of the Kelly .. Cnsoy com
pany anostod again today.
Db, E, Olicvraa, the I'lulnrjelpl.: 1
iahst, has now return' d from air extended
eoutherc trip, end may be ooie.iilteil at hie
pastors. No. Ill SprnoH street, Kuisnt hi.
Temple C.inrt building, upon all acute and
thronio iliseaaes uf men, women euT chil
dren, ft has been noise 1 about by 01 r
mure persons thai Ur lliewer publishes
the names o his cured paiiunti. This is
not so. Everything is strictly sacrwl ami
roufldentlal, and no one patlunl knows
that another is being treat -d. Tba do -tor
liNs always made tnU onai ipie a lastiOK
and sovereign one, and feels that it i due
to eyery patient. Office hours, dally, Us.
m. te V p. m. 1 Isunday, 9 to a. e
A Hatred Coni.art.
A racrku concert will bi aiven at Trin
ity Lutheran church Thursday evening,
April 211th. Lending Vocabsls will partici
pate and every arrangement has been made
to present a musical progralt of the high
est order. Tickets, 600.
. f e ,
Do You ai f
hi Saturday, April 28, to every customer
buying pt worth of goods, we will give a
book. Hoe oaialogas in onr advertisement
on locsl Dace of this paper.
MSlMI II tori.
In ladles' and genta1 fine shoes for spring
and summer wear at the ( 'ommonwealth
shoe store, Washington HVenne,
Low rainis for Hoe groceries and mnr
kst goods, t iieiuhari.'.
iiUfm efd cleaned by the Strm-
ton TJeamug Co. W
Can rtrv blame people for fairly
crying for these Handsome Mwl
IS NEARIHC TBE EH
Judge Edward, Will Deliver His Charge to the
Jury This Horning,
ARGUMENTS OF THE ATTORNEYS
They Were Delivered by ex-Jud e W.
H. Stanton and District Atlormy
Kelly Testimony Heard Yesterday.
Cases Heard in Court Room No. 2
Before Judge Archbald One Plea
of Guilty Entered.
Today the fata of Joseph Judge apd
Andrew Smith will be passed upon by
a jury. The olcsing testimony was
'mar 1 yesterday morning and the af
ternoon was consumed by the pleas to
the jury. Judge Edwards will deliver
his oharge this morning. Tne com
mon wealth is not pressing for a verdict
of murder in tho first degree and attor
niyi who have listened earefnlly to the
tcHiiraony in the ess'i express the belief
that the verdict will be manslaughter,
Both of the defendants Were in court
nil day, Smith, as usual, taking groat
interest iu everything an I uuif done;
Judge apparently indifferent to what
was ocenring nhont him Mrs. Smith
Bat clwie to tW htloiud during the
day, but thav never exchanged a word,
the attention 61 both appearing entirely
al aarbed by the proceedings. F.x Judge
Stanton has made an able defense of
Tills t laj-slU TliBTIMONV.
After court opened yeslerdav morn
ing the cross examination of Joseph
Judge, one of the defendants, was re
sumed by District Attorney Kelly, lie
said he is -7 yeais of age and was bom
in Poland, lie has been iu America
less tbsn a year. Iu answer to the
questions of Mr. Kelly he described iu
detail the events (list led up to the lu ting
of Tomulinas with the ax. Judge
deeiared that he delivered the blow to
protect himself from Tomuliuas.
Joseph Yankoiki swore that he saw
Judge strike Tomolinss on the shoul
der when the latter wss trying to get
into the ihanty, and Mike Bernard trs
titied to the appearance of Judge's per
son and clothing after the tisht With
that testimony the defense rested, and
Police Sergeant M. Jf. Spsllm iu was
called by the commonwealth for tbe
purpose of rebuttal
Mr Spellmau laid that assisted by
1 Iflicer Geischledle he arrested Hmttti
an I JuJge after the ti.'ht Tbey were
taken to Providence station house aud
nkweviseully to the olho 01 Aidetiuaa
Williams for a hearing.
Wnen arrange!. Smith manifested a
desire to tell the itor of the trouble
ami was cautl 'Bed by Dr. ifulliTan, ih,.
alderman eud t .. that any
thing be might aiy would be ne d
against him ou the trial of the case
Mr staulou obj -cisd strenaotialy to
tbe admission uf what 4inith said, but
after the matter hsd liesn argued pro
and eon, Judge i.lwards decided to
Mr Spell 1.1 tben said tiiat after de
criliing the tight in detail, Smith tolj
tneui that after Jtllge ha I hit Tomu
linas with tbe ex, tbe latter fell, but
immediately got np again and bit
( inith twice with a atiek. Tben Smith
knocked Touuliuss down and kicked
him. William McOreevv and iffircr
Geiseheidle oorrnte.rate 1 the testimony
pi Hergeant bpvlliuao with regard to
the ediulisiona made by Smith in the
allerman's offica JSlmon Parogetis
tod lieorge Bmith also teitlfl-d that
Smith tol l them ue had kicked Toaa
itnas Tbat ended tbe testimony in
SVC A CH IK 0 -MITB (JftlDtBIMTT.
The object of introducing the testi
mony In rebuttal wai to impeach the
credibility of 6011th who sworn when
on the stand that he li 1 not kick Tom
nlinas. He also testified on Tuesday
thnt Tomulinas was in ths house when
struck by t 11 ax while in his ststim injl
before the) el.Vruun he said Unit top
Hisault to k place outside uf the door
of the shaotv.
After the teetiuioay was all in. court
adjourned f t the no 11 te ase and
when, it reconvened ex-Judge titantou
began Ills closing a lU"vslu the jury
It was a forceful and able effort the
ipeaker lslonug to rxou'rats Smith
(rout all Maine fur the killing and to
convince the jnry tbat Joseph Judge
s'rnrk in self defense tbe blow which
ended the oarthly career of Joeeph
Toinuiinaa. t was a crime, the speaker
said, which Judge was comnMlcd to
commit His life was imperilled and
I10 hail to deliver that blow in order to
escape himself. Mr. Stanton spoke for
two hour 1 aud was listensd lo with
intieh attention by the jury aud the
Urge crowd .a Uiti UVUi ruuui.
M ,11111 r At n iim.v kiii ;, s ai:.4i. n nj,
Mr rfellf at tank. ! til" 1 lea uf -.11-tleieuae
so alronglv argesl 1 y Mr ItMk
tun as justilication for Judge's act. He
sai l that there was nothing in the tes
timony, if 111, partiajly considered, to
warrant the belief that it was neces
sary fi r Judge to lull Tomulinas to
protect hiuiesir. Human lije, ho eaid.
waa too sacro 1 to Is- Morlfiosd to repell
a slight assault. He then contrasted
the personal apistarauc s and physiques
of Judge aud bis victim, holding that
a infill of Judge's aUlliro and physical
strength should hive 00 difficulty in
preventing himself from reonvinn se
rious injury from a, mini like Tolau
Unas unarmed, as he v.n, with auy
Mr. Kelly spoke for Quo hour, giving
a clear and lucid presentation of the
rouimmiwenlth's idt nftl.ecasa H"
eald it sakod for no victims and desired
none, but that the law must be im
partially enforced to the end that
peace may lie preserved aud the proper
consideration given to thesancuity of
hrttpaa Uf. . It was 4 .10 when Mr
Kelly closed and judge Edwards ile
cided not to oharge the jury until this
nt'FOI; 0 JCDOK AKCUUAI O).
Iu ft. 11 s t room No. 2 yesterday room
Ing the jury in the assault and battery
cine of Frank Shanley, charged by Si
wsfd Humphrey with assault and Uat
terv, brought in a r.irdict of not guilty
iiiid directed tbat two-thirds of ihe cost
ho paid by the prosecutor and one-third
by the defendant.
Miss Minnie Masters, a petite young
lady, waa arraigned before Judge Arch
bald,cbargsd with larceny by bailee by
Guernsey Bros. It il nlleged that Mies
Masters obtained a piano from the
prosecutors ou a .lease and disposed of
it without having compiled with the
conditions of tbat instrument. The
defense dsnied the material allegations
but the case was disposed of on a point
raised by John F. Heragg, attornoy for
Mils Masters, that she was a minor
when nhe Blgned the lease for ths piano
(n aud therefore eonld not be
belimt lr her irCtton, 'Thereupon judge
Aciibald took ttie cat from the jury.
Later Guernsey Bros, obtained a writ
of replevin on which to recover the pi
W. J. McIIale was next alaoed on
trial for assaulting Paal Seals in
Size's hotel at Pine Brook last October.
The aseault.it waa alleged, was entirely
unprovoked. Major Everett Wnrreu
appeared for the prosecution nnd Sena
tor M. E. McDonald for the defense. A
verdict had not been returned when
CONVICTED OF THEFT.
John Abuslco was tried for the theft
of 204 from tbe honeeof AudrowCotx
uua, of Olyphant. Tho evidence for the
prosecution was almost entirely circum
stantial. Tbe defendant denied the
theft and said that the money found on
his person after bis arrest was borrow
ed by him to pay a debt. Attorney
John K. Joues defended Ahuil: and
Attorney Joseph O'Brien copduoled
the proBGtutiuu. Abuxko was cou
victed. Mathew Freeberg was next placed on
trial, charged w'th tho theft of ijilO
from Adam Monoshry, at Providence
last June. Tha case was still OH trial
When court adjourn el.
William Rime pleaded guilty to a
charge of duft'HUding boarding home
keeper proferred by Edward Meliedy,
and a fine of fS aud costs was imposed
by Judge E I wards.
A rule to show cause why a new trial
should not be granted iu the case of
Louis liable, convicted of embexzlo
m. ni, was granted. It is returnable to
William Kuhl, William Shlffner,
John Martin and Petor Hauler were
arraigned 011 a charge of negli
gence by bailee. The prosecutor, F S.
Warren did not appear aud a verdict of
not guilty was taken and the costs
ulttoed on him
MR. ARCHER'S ABSENCE.
Traction Company Officials Take Ex
ceptions to What They Term
Since the recent departure of Gen
eral Manager Archer, of the Scranton
Traction company, considersble com
mant has been til st, which, npou In
vestigation, ie mi tu be not juiliUable
according to facts.
Tho Times of yesterday insinuated
tbat the presence here of J. P. Haley, "f
Philadelphia, president of the traotl in
company, is owing to tbu "unaccount
ed for absence,1' so termed, of .Mr
Archer. Tile article also stated tbat
Mr. lisley would yesterday negotiate
lur tbe purchase of the l arhoudal
"Mr. Archer is ill.'' said Mr. Haley to
a Tribi nx reporter yeiterday, "and
haa leave of absence from tne city for
"The various rumors, as iutimsted in
the Times, are thoroughly incorrect so
far a they relate to Mr Archer or any
contemplated purchase of the Carbon
Tne true detailed fayrts concerning
Mr Archsr s absence are these For
nearly a mouth he bad been debilitated
and troubled with insomnia, caused by
an unrelsxesf and arduous attention to
the duties of a posltum which are of a
particularly wearing nature He was
constantly being advised by his pby
ildlan. Dr Coiiuall, to leave his work
f"t a few weeks and recuperate
J it. Hi -tem, a representative of E
W. I lark i: Co , the ayudlcate banker.
of i'hlladslphia, happening in tne city
aud, observiug Mr. Archr a indisposi
t on. advised him to tut loose (om
1 tiainesi cures for a short peri-,1 an 1
tfrred to assume the duties of general
manager until Mr Archer felt strong
enough to return. Mr Haley, the
president of the company, wrote Mr.
Archer nnd urged bin to depart on a
thfec weeka' leave of absentc. Mr.
Archer consented, and the above faots.
given Tim ThiuTxk reporter by Mr.
lisley and Mr Uesleiu, explain the tat
ter's temporary position as geueral
Mr Beetem's visit here wsi not pre
conceives, and Mr. Archer woald uot
have relinquished his duties for even so
brief a ; ti d had be not beet Intima
tely acquainted with Mr. Bcetem and
fully satisfied that the company's in
terejU would Is amply Uioitasl aitsi
It has been tbe eustoai cf Mr (isley,
the president of the tom iv. hi Visit
Scranton about very four or five
weeki, and he deplores any miicon
strtietlon which may be placed npou
ins pnMnsa h"ro nt a time when Mr.
Arener'e abeanoa hns given tile to nn
Barren In pmind prints, rolls and cr.cls.
Kelnhart's market. '
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N(W MllllNtRV STORf.
Ulia 8 N.eaiis Use Opeusd us a
Place on Spmoe Street
The new millinery storo recently
cieried by Mies 8 Newman nt p 19
h rnce street ts a vsritable paradise of
all that is beautiful la tlis way of head
a t n.m-nt I t t ... 1 , 11. 8. ; ,lu i;uL-
nt goods disptsret li lsr ifl 1 Vdrled
- -air -) o. (he a' set
i sftey-M ar s.issrn ut pnc.s the inoft
Mies N'owinsn thoroughly unler
stands her business and In carrying
ant her new enterprise aks hta uisui
festod exreilem jqdguieut aud taite,
even to the most tulhilte details, as tbe
handsome display seen 111 her store
win Iowa clearly svlMH to the eye of
ihe moil o.ii.l otiar-rvr That she
will succeed in bullosas there U every
roasou to believe, as she posieisrs the
qualittys essential to aciiiovetn ,pts in
I'M l llTi. JoWflrp 10 r-li-ct
in new styhv-i.
UN in and see our new store.
OU are welcome.
WTKHLrxr; Bilvar Novettisa in
great variety .
417 Lackawanna Ave.
BBt St3 of Teeth, $3 1 00
JasHttAai te ratslna extracting
cf taetk It eatfraijr ue pre
8. G. Silydr, D.D.S.
The New York, Ontario & Western R. R.
Co., will stop the following trains at the
crossing opposite the new Base Ball
grounds: Train 1108, south, leaviug Car
boudalo S.34 p. m.; train gli7j north, re
turuinc leaving Scrauton f 50 p. ra.: train
209, north, returning leaving Hcranton 0.10
p. m., days gnmei are played.
District Paaaengar Agent.
Hi i..i..i.. . 1 gas i
?1 VMlN'T let tllt. nr,',.e,l,V nalah
'f i-' wvm.,h,i. , v.Hi , TI....V. mm
a ... . .., .iij"i,
solid ;oi,iiori In liumnmeV i,,:n?m
I Wmmh for a Dollar
H 'iheebovels aiambiy u I, tile ;,!.eid Q
9 ft the tunc; hut tben, ira an, always as
I HENRY BATTIN & CO,,
126 Penn Ave.
When yau are looking for nov-
; cities, come in and you will S
g find them
I Scranton'j Household Specialists, g
128 Wyoming Ave.
We arc uov, ilisplayiiio;
11 Liuc line ol
Iu COTTON, r-ILK and
REMBHBB&, every purehfaor of Men, Boys' nr Childpen's
Clothing, Sliots. Huts i: (in, f l utuiblimjf GimkIs to the juaouat ot
M "i ".01. 1, ii.tkenif.l aitli ;i 1 ii uici' on the BKAITT1FU I. PA K LOR
sn i'i: now on exhibition in our window.
PENN CLOU k Ml HOUSE
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE,
Complete OtJtfltte.-s, SCRANTON, PA.
S. I. (1 ALLKX.
the :ut shot:: here
is I J E 1
I Razor Toe Las:. If you vrant the
BANISTER'S PRICES are a little less than yon
1 are paying elsewhere for inferior goods.
BANISTER will give you MORE for your money
; than any Slice House in the city, Patent Leather
ana nn;set biioes in
GLASSES catches more flies than
vinegar. Good 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
221 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
$4.00 Cape for
in all colors.
Ladies' line Coats,
worth $6.00, for
Also Ladies' fine
Serge Suits, worth
138 Wyoming Ave.
next dime bank.
i j .-i Jim ja
IN THE HURRY
To ret yotirSclves r?2.dy fcr Sun
day you can appreciate the avail
ability of a stock and store like
ours that can dres3 you and the
toys from head to foot really
better and cheaper than anywhere
you can go. And what's best of
all you know every cent you
spend will come back if you're
SOMl 'Id. tt .lM hi I I S
MMI II. H A .NT bHKI.NG OVi.lt
1 1 1 1
sd.MI. 1.1. WANT HATS
tOMBMit WANT KHOFR
kUMK'LL WANT I IHMsUl.VGs
sum 1 1 I WAST ALL TUI.SL
in Footwear trade at