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THE SC11ANTON TRIBUNE SAT U liDAY MOllNINU, MAY" 5, 1894.
303 SPRUCE STREET.
All the Fashionable Shapes
Trimmed to stilt tbo moat fnstlilioua
WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES
The most delicate fabrio prop
erly cleaned at
308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARM AN.
120 Wyoming Avenue
415 Lacka. Avenue.
BARGAIN SO 3.
We Will Offer for a Few Days
Fine Moquette Rup.t at $2 00.
These Rug Have Never Been
Sold far less Than $3.00.
Williams & McAnulty
127 Wyoming Ave.
Tha North End oorraajiondent of the
Troth mads a imatake in regard t- the
appointment of a poHOMBM from tbe
Second diitrict of the I irit ward. ('.
A. l'.-rrv, tbe mau arhnsa appointment
to the puliee force whs confirmed at
Thnrs lay eTcnintf's meeting of the
council, nver nerved in the armjr of
the United States Neither did he
serve as a Columbian guardsman The
similarity in. the names between I' r r v
and Harry must pre'nmably be the
canee of tlm mistake. aa Charles Merry
was also an applicant. Tbe error in
question hud the effect of confounding
the matter, as everybody believed it
waa Mr. Berry that whs appointed. Tbe
misleading stst"innt, however, re
ceived the unanimous approval of v
cry body, as Harry waa decidedly popQ
lar. Tha Exrelsor Athletic club, of Provi
denca, gave a social at 1 1 1 1 ismM'i hall
on Thursday night. There m it a Urge
attendance, the hall Iw.ug crowded
Tha most interesting feature of the
event waa a waltzing content, (which
was participated in bysii oonpttt The
prizes given by the club wer onlqrje
and costly. Thay won., a diamond ring
and breast pin, which was won by
Owen Loftus aud Miss Duggan.
ARGUING ELECTION CASES.
What Gounael for Hutrhee Ask In the
Argument waa beard by tho three
judges yesterday afternoon in Ibl Cat
bondale aleetion eontest case. Attor
neys Joseph O'Brien anil C 0 Dono
van, who represent P. K. Hughes, ar
gued that the sixteen votes which wen'
found to be marked In a general ami
apecial manner should ha thrown out.
They also asked thst the vote of
Michael McBonotlgh, in the Third dis
trict of the Fourth ward, be declared
illegal and that action on ona vota in
each of tbe following districts be re
considered: First district, Third ward;
First district. Fourth ward; Second
diitrict. Fourth ward. Attorney L H
Burns, who represents J. J. Collins,
opposed tha position taken by Attor
neys O'Brien and Djnovan.
In tha matter of tbe aon tested elec
tion of John J. Flynn for the office of
borough councilman of tbe Third ward
of Olypbant.conrt discharged the rnlc to
how cause why petition and proceed
ings should not DD quashed and di
rected that an answer be filed before
Divorces Granted In a If umber of Cases
for Varloua Beacons.
Decrees in divorce were ynatorday
granted by Judges Arch bald, Edwarda
and Onnster as follows:
Angeline Stieber from John Stieber,
for oruel and barbarous treatmeut.
William Filbour from Carrie Fil
Christopher Mittan from Blanche
Mattie Webster from Edgar H.
Abraham F. Crant from Martha
E. Lizzie Dippre from William Dip
pre, cruel and barbarous treatment.
Laura Shaw from Thnnton S. Shaw,
76 Pairs Ladies' Op.
Slippers for 49c. 6 Bros.
Manufacture Benedict Millhauser's
Anti-Friction Bearing Metal.
IT HAS BEEN SEVERELY TESTED
Seems to Be Superior to the Material
at Present Used for Axle Journals.
A Company to Manufacture the In
vention Has Been Organized It
Will Be Chartered at Once The
Capitalists of this city are interested
in forming a company for the manufac
ture of nn anti-friction bearing which
bids fair to revolutionize the use of the
material babbit metal -now applied to
car axles and journal of machinery. ,The
new article is composed of celluloid,
zylonite and other simlltT materials
and is secured by letters patent issued
in 18111) to Benedict Miilhanaer, an opti
cian, living at CI. Adams avenue.
Some of tbe prominent members of
the board of trade are interested in the
formation of a company, though the
patentee has not asked finaucinl aid
from that body.
Two years ago a company was char
tered under Virginia laws, and sinco
that time 1 xperimeuts have been car
ried on by the D-lsware and Hudson
Canal company, Erie and Wyoming
Valley Hnd other railroads. The re
sults have far exceeded the expecta
tions of the patentee and the gentle
men connected with the enterprise. an I
lliey bars elicited the interest of well
known business men of this city, who,
it is reported, will form a company for
the manufacture of the bearing 011 an
SKVKIIE tkst HAM,
Bcgardiug tbe xoeniueiits on the
Erie and Wyoming, this real was e
I to ted because it has seine of the heav
iest grades an 1 sharpest curves of any
road in tins part of the countrv and
gives the benringH . .' car axles the se
verest of tests, A passenger train ws
completely t. pupped with the celluloid
tiearings and where only two coaches
had previously been drawn over the
mountain another coach was added to
the train. ( irdinarilv with two cars it
has been almost imp ossible to regain a
minute "c loci tune, bet tbt train equip
ped with celluloid bearings anil inclnd
ing an extra coscn made up ntto. 11
minutes lost time.
President John B. Smith has ordered
number of the cars titled with Mr
1 he iMaware and lladson company
had one of ti e baaritnrs en a car wtil.-b
was run I Lo miles 111 1.' ) days When
the bearing was removed soarcely any
wear was POrCODtlbtC
With Babbitt metal it is necessary to
ue t russ hltings those lntreste I
say that with tl a celluloid article cast
iron fillings can be Qted an I that the
average outlay for bearings and axles
will be reduced from :;:'. 1-.; to'-') p-r
mn ox mink i t m
l- sts have also tri mad with the
new peanut on mine pinups and ma
chinery by Townseud l'oore K suits
mow ihem t j atari 1 tha strain belt
man the old artlele and thai they are
not afTertel by sulphur water.
I be M'.llhansT Ann-Friction liar
iti company', was organised andcrtbc
. : . iii a taw- .uU It . : .mental
purposes. Now that the article is said
by 1 radical railroad men ai d m ban
i?s !o !) :i success, those interest I will
withdraw tlm present rharUr for the
pnrp se of organizing nn ler the lav
of this state.
of Ladies', M:si an I children's .shoe.
Factory HOC ft) re, 411 lack's eve.
DEATH OF MRS. kICrUHD BEAMISH
A Youn Wife cod m ifcerWke fccctC
Mrs F.llen I'.eamnn. wife of Attor
ney Richard J. Beamish, died yest-r
day afternoon at I o'clock at her home,
Bit Franklin avenue, after an illness
of several weeks' duration
Mrs Beamish was about vt years i f
ago and Was a young woman of many
excellent qualities wbieti greatly en
deared bet to those with whom she
came in social contact Sue is survived
by her husband and two children, th"
y UOgCCI of whom Is but live weeks
old. Mrs, Ivainiali, whoso maiden
name was Peterson, had been married
a little over three yarc Mi was a
niece of Kichard 1 linen, suparinien I
ent of the Western LTsion Telegraph
coiiipsiiy in this city.
Arrangements for the funeral have
not yet been completed, lot the final
obsequies will take place Monday.
Will bay a pair of child's shoes at the .1
Orange psd dried mid grated main s
Ml Unit llavoriug for 1 akea BDd pad
To make pretty plant basket get a
largo wimsImi ImiwI and cover the out
side with split peach stones. Varnish or
paint and hang witii chains.
In roasting meal the principal earn
flimilil Is' to have it as juicy as possible,
aa the juict-H contain both the nourish
ment ami flavor.
A cup nf cold boiled rice added In any
griddle cakes or mttfliiis makes them
lighter and morn wholesome.
Keep a s'i k ormore of lime in an open
keg in the cellar to absorb the moisture .
Dnrkcalici.es are lu st washed in water
in which bran has been boiled a qua.t
Of bran in loose bug to 11 gallon of wu-
Home lionsewives say (hat the colorsof
cotton fabrics will become "sot" if suit
nnd water arc etnployed,;i gilla of wilt to
4 quarts of water. The calico is dropped
111 the water wliile hot, mid there re
iiiairiM until it in cold.
Formerly sold at aMa today at $1.25. I
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES
The ( 'nngregntiotial rhurch eoiicreifa
tion of Vandlinir applied to the court for a
Mercantile Appraiserdilgalloii has hand
ed over his list of appraisements for town
ships and boroughs to County Treasurer
Powell w' " Is uow ready to receive t tin
Tlm will of Charles Aten, late of New
ton, was ndmltted to pro bate vesterdav bv
Register Of Wills Koebler nud lottera testa
mentary granted to William B, Thompson.
Arthur Long, chnrged with robbery, en
tered hail yesterday in the sum of $HO0.
Bis father John Lung, bocame his bonds
man. Court yesterday made an order for the
removal 01 M. .1. Jseary, an insane mau,
from the county jail to tha Hillside home.
A marriage license was granted yester
day by the clerk of the courts to James
Thorntou aud Catharine Brown, of Ml-nooka.
THEY VICTIMIZED MANY PERSONS
Scranton Hotel Men Were Easy Prey
for the Snide money Sharps They
Came to Grief at the Coyne House
and Were Pulled in by Officer
Gleason The Money Is a Poor Imi
tationAre Now in the Cooler.
Officer (lleason at 11 o'clock last
evening arreBteii two nun against
whom thorn seems to be a alear case 01
passing counterfeit money.
The men In question are both what
might b termed young in years and are
strangers in the city of Scranton. Kvi-
deutlv they struck the town early in
the evening, but while hero they were
Very lndtUtriotll in shoving the queer
and seemed to have had but little diffi
culty in passing their bad money upon
At about ten o'clock the pair entered
the Coyne Home and call-d for the
drinks. They tendered 111 payment for
the sum" :'!, which was accepted by the
bartender, who handed out the change
without once suspecting that he had
been imposed upon. The bill,
however, fell under the eves of Propri
etor Coyne, who immediately concluded
that H v. a- spurious money. Ho said
nothing, but when later the two young
men returned ami attempted to pass an
other bill of the Same character.
Officer Gleeeon happened Inand placed
the fellows under arrest.
TOOK AltliKST OOOIiT.
Naturally the pair were somewhat
crestfallen, lint bore themselves with
excellent demeanor, considering the
kind of business they had been engaged
in since they came to town. Both pro
tested that they had done nothing
wrong, but it was evidence of bad faith
when tiny refused to give their names.
They stated, however, that they Were
from Wilmington, Delaware, which, oi
course, nobody bOliCTCd,
When takfB to the police station and
examined a large quantity of silver dol
lars and small change waa f. n 1 1 In
their pockets. The bills, for tbe most
parr, were presumed to b- bad 1 Inef
Simpson and Srgeant Deiter spent
some time in counting the money and
came to tha COncloclOQ that the
amount was about fl'.'.Y The prisoners
did not seem tool tiled to disclose their
identity and Were locked up in sep irate
After taking bis prisoners to th Ita
ttoa ' Hi cr 1 ileason went on a tour of
1 nn 1 1 ciion. He fnun I lhal ta. men bad
passed spurious bills, all of the denoni
(nation of $-', al a nir.nW of places in
town, tine wa left i.t the CoTOC house,
loin Melvine got one. Oonm Cusirs
another. Iw. 1 were left at the Conway
house, anomer at U " Ci'y Hotel. llU'
gins .V Wahl were salted and at aeverai
01 t.er piaces thestnlfwaa scceptel jn.t
as though it was nn A I article. Martin
Bird seems to have la-en the only p-r
son who refii- l to b" bitten T i
men cams luto bis placo aud asked lor
the drinks aud threw down one of the
spun mi t. bills t- nay for the taBM
Mr Bird was at one ttmo connected
wtth a bank in Ireland and ac
his lingers tonch 1 the money he dis
covered its real cluraoter and threw
Ibe bill back to the Bed. They then
paid fur what they had ordered In good
sliver money and left the nr ..
a talk ati yk nn m n.
Both of the men were under tbe la
tin, me of drink wh-n arrests I The
shorter of the pair feigned sleep tru-
mediately after twing placed in the
cell, bnt the other was quite talkative
lie informed a i 1:11 I'.sk reporter that
H W .s tl ill ol V a I '. IUS !. 1 he H as
or Where h came In :.i 11 1 nl, ',. I
to tula Volubly, however, sail to- Was
(good parentage and tnat if hew, a
convicted his relatives would ! mine
the wiser The fellow is evidently
very self-conceited, tut seemed, to rc
alic that be had been cauM-tit In a ba I
The bills found iu the j, issesslon of
the men, as well as tlice pisardby
them, were of a decidedly bad imitation
Ml were of the It series of regular ail -
yar ceit ilicates ai. I ; :i" iriinlier on e.i a
of the M bills begun with the tignreV'
The arrest of the men is liuportant,
for that they are uperts in passing
counterfeit money there can be ro
f,3 pairs men's fine band sead sboes,
laird and emigres-., f, 1 : 0
Ttir ..al and klrl sr.
Apart fn 111 Us oontfotl) the CtXAntnifl
ndv.uilagos of tie cat and skirt style of
ilri s are quite amnion nt to ks-p it in
fashion. With it suitable waistci.it DM
may go almost nnywhero in a cat and
akirt. The drossiest waistinata are of
chill oil and is rn lace or moire antique
A RBW WAISTCOAT.
, but nothing looks nitvr Hum a
lirociiditl ailk wiiistoont w ith n li j;iln ,t.
For street wear waislcoata are made iu
(doth or piqno. A new waistcoat is dou
ble bri'tiHtoil ami pointed in front. Bingle
breasted waistcoats avo, howovor, Htill
For tailor made gowns cover! ooclttBgi
Bergo and faced cloth are still holding
their own in the world of fashion, tlio
lhst mentioned being lirst fnvoirto.
l'et rilled horse tracks are among the cn-
rlosilies iistrihlited to Missouri. They are
said to be found in the bottom of n creek
In linv county
Wood's Colleiro of Ilnsiness and Short
hand will receive students for Academic
business nnd short, hand course duriug tho
sui.imer at special rates. f
131 Fairs Men's Shoes
for OSc., at the 5 Bros. tods.
QUEER POOR DIRECTORS 1EET
They Take Action on a Number of Applica
tions for Out Door Relief.
THE PRERIIUMS NOT TO BE PAID
Insurance Companies That Eliminated
the Lightning Clause from Their
Contracts Will Receive Nothing
Until It Is Restored Home Com
mittee Directed to Provide for the
Furnishing of the Women's Build-
The poor board met in regular sea
sinn yesterday afternoon. There were
present Messrs. LangstafT. Oibhons,
Williams, Tropp, Shotten, Murphy ami
Mrs, Swan. The meeting opened with
a tilt over the question of insurance,
in which Mrs. Swan and Mr. Oibbons
were arrayed against each othor. The
latter triumphed and was correspond
Then came a long Hue of applicants
for out-door relief. As each took the
witnesa stand he or sho was subjected
to a vigorous cross examination by Sec
retary Lynett, whom long experience
has made very expert in drawing out
from the applicant such information as
the board may be desirous of obtaining.
The usual tales of want and woe, some
false, more true, were heard, and the
worthy rendered such aid as the DCTB
bers thought proper tO confer.
Superintendent H-erncr reported that
the new btil ling for women is nearly
ready for occupancy, and on motion
the furnishing wa, left to the home
A number of bills wero approved and
BlTKItlNTKMil NT'-l HKI'ollT.
The report of Superintendent Oeorge
W. Heemer, of tue t inn an I alms
house, was read and approved It
bowed that the number la the aim
house at the time of the lust mnntnly
report was 169 admitted dnricg
April. It; bom.!. dUoharged.il! lied,
I . remaining, 168, of wnoin 1 18 are
males and 1 1 females.
The report of 1 1 it DoOf Physician
V7, A il'aine showed tho nuinber
of his pntlents to have O-en K . BBBOCt
of visits. i;s c.ises of insanity ex imine I,
I . deaths. 1
l he report of Benjamin. F. F.vans,
reai ient physician at the alma house
aul Insane hospital, suinmarii-d IC
follows: Number of prescription. :'.ii
amber Ol sane persons treated, males.
femalea, '.'s. insane, gealet, tSj fe
males, '.M lotal anmbcf of patints
treated, 118 Num'.-r of patients in
asvlniii April 1. 1891 IBS: received In
April, 4. discharged, I I dal number
remaining Mv 1 ;-u. til.
I'r. W 1 LWOae'a report revealel
that ha had ros le KM visits. Dr. J. A.
Ilaaley made 78 N Itber reported an
deaths All of Ihe rep iris tMfej order -sd
receive 1 an I j Is- '. 00 tile.
ollil I. M V J-TtUst
Ssrr.-tsrv l.intt siated thst s 'ms , f
the insurance companies desired that
the electric wires In the pool farm
dwellings be placed in approved c ndi-
l:on l-'ore liisuraiice jwllc.es ar is
sue! 1 ne matter was referred to tue
home c .mmilti-
I lie s-cratarv aUo re; irt I that csr
tain of the c intiaiuea with whi )h in
surar.ee had len plael had rstnrnsd
the p., iflrs with the lighimng clanae
stricken out I la motion it waa decid
ed not I 1 approve the bills of aaid a :n
panlcs for aremlBCM uulil the light
BIB) i lanCC Is res: .
t la motion of Mr Murphy the fire
men of Dnnmore and Scranton were
. 1. 1 :'.. 1 (1 :.i tbe payment of pr
MOB! pour tax. Ibis being the Usual
Attorney Scrsgg was instructed to
wuhdraw ttie nr- ptions li.ed In th"
rase 1, f Winifred Ikmghertv. decease 1.
aa there was no desire on the part of
'.'.-hard to Impoac additional hard
shi uion her all ler
Tbe meeting then resolved Into an
informal discussion of a proposed v. ail
of ihe memters to tbe farm
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
vBcm respofaCbee let as, aloea) acre
Caul from Mr Dmy
To all l"rien . st (l.e lire-.! IP a-
Tbe execntive committee baviui: charge
of tl, Sunday rloai-ig moyement in S-rau-
ton thanks PS OSl n rdlsUy He mnltnudr of
lieltirrs including s yrrel hundred a? be
have cloced tbatr plai aa of taasajsees no Haas
day. toi ti . ir CM cragemeai and co-or
atlon That which in lie- beginning was
problematic Is now demon. 1 ration. It is
evident that badaCM men at thlaritr. In
all its M ...-trial departments and of every
trade and r fcaanui, favr the rest day,
and that the people are lint divided nub
niieieiice to Us ptot.s-tioa. Ihe move
ment, which started With a puiiNanto Ne
ipcci crerj body's rights aad opinions and
yet move to a definite result, has not
swerved from its purpose a
hair's breadth from Its beginning
F.nough of .crltliism and vituperation
Inis lavn stirred up t give it health and
I III paal II ea, hilt II, e tnls.llea of foes have
fallen 10 the ground without leaving a
inai k. It has m t I'ceii a movement of
Cranks it fanatics, nor a rrtiaaite againl
snv class of men or kind of Imalnese. Ita
keynote i protection to the American Mile
bath, and Its plea Is that every man needs
one day of rest in eeven believing III the
siainiliiis of thla platform the eiecutivn
commit ire invites conformity to llielaw
throaghoat the city for tomorrow and
every recnrrlng Babbath, aseoriag thcec
wlio keep within the law nf its support
and promising to those who challenge the
law all that the law ran do to vindicate
itself. F. A. DnNV,
Scranton, May I, 1M4. Chairman.
100 ii i,..i i . Juat
As good us those mentioned nt the 6 Ilroe. '
DR. C W. INGHAHAM.
rtsmarkabln Rssulta Obtained by Him In
th. Treatment of Pulmonary Ii,s .
In another column will be noticed the
announcement of lr. '. W. Ingraham, nf
niiighiimton, N. Y, whole to be at the
Westminster Hotel, Scranton, Saturday,
lb, Ingraham has madeaspecial study
of lung diseases and his treatment for con
sumption is probably the most auccessful
Asthma, a disease which has long battled
the skill of our best physicians, is cured by
his method in more than ill) por cent, of
case, treated. Indeed not a single failure
Is recorded where the treatment has been
faithfully carried out on the part of the
These results, which are wonderful, in
deed, aro attested by numerous cured pa
tients, Ladies' and dents' Razor-Toe Shose
In patent leather and russet. Common
wealth Shoo Store, Washington avenue.
New Drsaa Ghioda.
On Satnrdny morning we will open a new
stock of China and fancy silks; also dress
goods, novelties, foreign and domestic.
Mkahw & lUuEX,
Dr. C. C. LatinAcn, dentist, Gas and
Wnter company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years in
BRICKLAYERS SCORE ONE.
Five Firms Agree to Tay Forty Cants
Arthur Johnson, recording secretary
of Bricklayers' union, No. 18, is au
thority for the statement that many
contractors havo acceded to demands
and are paying forty cents per hour to
lh firms who have submitted are
Harly & Flynn, Griffin and Tnttle,
Scranton 1'ire Brick company. R. T.
Aswell, H. E. Moore.
'The Galley Slave" will be seen at Won
derland this afternoon aud evening.
Don't forget tho Hon Ton Social club's
(active Turners) socond annual May hop
at Turner hall this evening.
Thn frame building at Washington ave
nue and spruce street is being torn down
to make way for the business building Mr.
.Meara is to erect.
The sale of seats for I)e Wolf Hopper In
"Panjandrum," will commence at '. a. 111.
today at the Academy box office. Checks
will bo given out nt, 7 a, m.
Tho drug store, of Chaiiucev Fowler, at
Carbondale, was closed yesterday bv Sher
iff I ahey on an execution iu favor of Mrs.
1 anuie McCartney. Mr. Fowler's daughter.
A lecture by Nathan Vnlaver, under
the auspices of tbo Jewish Culture society
of Scranton, will he given torn1 rrow nt
6.86 p. m., at tbo Excelsior Social club
Mine Inspector Blcwltt has decided that
an impicst is not necessary in the case of
Stanislaus KinOWekL Who Was killelat
the shaft Tuesday night, as thcunfortu-
n ile affair was purely accidental.
The funeral of .Mrs. John Irving, of
Phelps street, occurred yesterday moriiiug.
HCT. Father Ooldoii read a requiem ma.s
at St. Peter's cathedral. Interment was
made in Sjit Park Catholic cemetery.
(hsirge M Bad Is tend yesterday purchase 1
of .tames .1. I.awler his handsome residence
on Clcyavennc Th- consideration was
115,014. Mr Hatlatead intends to occupy
it as Ins reddeBOC 111 the near future.
Property owners on the west side of
Adams avenue, between Vine and Olive
street", have ad led to tin-beaut v nf that
thoroughfare by erecting iron fences and
a ddlng the plots in front of the houses.
At tho Uallroad Young Men's Christian
as. 01 nation saiuday, O. 1. I'shlemsn. An
drew Wisentlue, M .1 Sweeny and M. F.
urrv h ill have charge of the :i l', p. m.
meeting. I lued stngllig. All Welcome.
The Arrhbald Viten. a hands one 7-
coluinn ipiarto, McNulty ant ''oonell
propri-tor., ha maoe its apM.arance. i he
I aper starts off with a good display of ad
m i-p ir. a- ! ti. .1 le is elite 1 111 it bright
and spicy manner.
F.llxaboth Yendall, of Jermyn, the in
sane woman who was taken to the county
jail for making thrOCte. was re noved to
I'anville Insane asylum yeaterdar by Dep.
n y sheriff John J l lanaghan. assisted by
K- ear John Oaffney of tbe jail.
I'atrlrk llogan, who waa alrnck by a
Iielaware at d Hudson tram at Providence
Thursday night, died fecterday morning
fn m tua ln;orla. A widow and SCVCO
chiMr-n anrvlve bim. C roner Kelly does
not think an li n'.iest nere-ary.
!v. Warrea ' Partrtdgs w.n preach
bis f ,'irth annual sermon at the I'enn Av-
saae Baptist chnrch ocj isunday. The ca
m It the fearth aaaivsrsary of tue
pastoral in Scranlon an t the exrcli
anM be of nn usual Interest, with apecial
n : - by an a ig'-i -ntec choir.
Within a few wka the 1
I aiiamst the I'liiCblrure I
ch ir h i.t w l a t. a tl. 1;ri
uh :i la ant i
until rt li B. Alherti
erday tri m OtaarasvUlsL
n returned vet
N Y., where he
Uis. Jean Mie, of Ike Ns-nn I 1'resbyler
isi i barca ccjeir, w.i repeal the cocc by
--iltvat.. which she aa; one Sabbalh
.. v Kt, lug. "1 1. Uaca Is It tan. ' st bCCJsM
r w m rninff s asanrwy a-id in the evenir.c
ai I'r Roblaaon'a lectare on "Mary" she
wi I sing ln a beautiful aacrtM song.
An InteresilDg aertice will be held at
li e rang WCCaeci a ( hri.'.ian aaaocialloc.
ronma tomorrow at 4 d ' ohen Artl, :r
Wllllaasa, Jr., arttl give a miesionary ad
lna. 'Hie service a III be open CO all
y iiOC women in the city. The readiii,;
li n it t n : tsmas and periodica. -c
i i- . 1 fr. :n e'cl .ft
Tl.. di si mate n of the ICCOad at the orie
nt Saturday afternoon traatplag toora on-
esc eaj the Toamg afea'c Chrlc
MCiatl it ' list 1 mountain. ThCM
t Jote ltd Dart will pleas.- be at
ting Hen's Christian association
re J o'clock, as the part y aril I
at il.at C.r.ie 0'..r. the weather
eboald be uofavorable
The Wocseai Mime If lecioaarjr coctct
ne t at Ibe Llin l ark raonage last even
lug and , ; .,- a ver v Uasant time
I. ght lefresltinei.ts wrre serve.!. A silver
i ffering was taken at the (KMC an 1 netted
a lirst nra for the SOCjety TlkCaa who aa-
uled Mrs I'esri In eutertaliiing were
Mrs. J II. Porter. Mrs. ( barlea Schlager,
Mrs. .1 .Vc.Vi.iiltr. Mr.. F K. Wood,
vi-s MerenBaad htlcc aVIIth Itoctoa.
An luteresting debate was held at tbe
raeasj ol the locmg ktea'a Institote last
anrht ea the sabj ct. "BcanlTesl, That the
lev movement has Ix-cn a ben. Ill t,, ihe
indii.inal world '' M. t. O1eotc held op
the afhrmative and dosepb MrNaily the
negative. ThC J'ldges, .lotlll J. Vsrley,
Thomas Mdloiildnck and Jouu llrogaa,
ib. kled in fav r of the negative I'n r to
the debate Attorney M. A Mctiiulcy de
ttrefcj and aleqaeeil addr.ss
Delegates from tins region who will at
ti ml llie ilrai.d Ixvdge of Iv,, rites at Fair
Haven, Yt, neit Tuesslay eveulng are
Jehu Henry l'h in e, from ltolart .M.tiis
lodge, Joseph Wiglev, (mm Thomas JefTer
son Uslge; Th . ni It Joins, and Thomas
Samuel, from Hyde I'ark bslgea, J and :i
re.pectively : Morgan II. Williams, t'niCt-.
dence lislge, No. 3; Thomas Owen. Taylor
l.dge. No 7, lirand Treaanrer II. I'. D.V
virs, of the Weal Side, nnd i irand !Secretar
1 I'. Thomas, of the North Kud. They
will leave Tuesday morning In a private
car via tbe Delaware and Hudson.
Anhaueer tun h Baer.
iuis laibcain'a. Mb Hpraccaii ac
i : . i tut I, Jewelry t se
in t from.
I Nl IS iu new styles.
UN in and see our new store.
OU are welcome.
TEELING Silver Novelties in
417 Lackawanna Aye,
Best Sets of Teeth, $8.00
Including th painless extracting
cf teeth by an eutirely new v
S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
Itto WYUB11NU AV iv
ME8HKS. Burtt & I'atil fine water
colors exhibition and sale, nnened Thurs
day at Stewart 'a gallery. Young Men's
Christian Association building, and was
largely attended by the art lovers of (Scran
ton. Lovers should take this opportunity
by calling and looking "at this collection of
water colors as they will be on exhibition
for three days more. Art gallery open
evenings until tf o'clock.
In Buying for your Summer Needs,
We have the best or evervthlug that vou
need in our line. If you have a want In Ulia
direction wo can easily supply you.
PRICES ARE MORE THAN REASONABLE
The coining week we shall makes ipcelcl
display of Knamul Ware and have some rare
bargains. There will be bargains in the
Department that will
ho worth your atten
HENRY BATTIN & Co.
128 PENN AVENUE,
If you want anything New. Novel. Cheat,,
call on us. We can probably supply you.
128 Wyoming Ave.
Wo arc now dlgplgtying
a fine line of
lnt" rTTON, BILK ami
QuantVa Style and Pi
$8, $9 and $10 Lines
Men's Spring and Summer Suits
FOR QUALITY, FOR STYLE,
FOR FIT, FOR FINISH,
THEY HAVE NO EQUAL
IN THE CITY.
Every purchaser to the amount of
Si .no or over is presented with
on the Beautiful Parlor Suit.
EI 1 k SB
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE,
Complete Outfitters, SCRANTON, PA.
S. L. GALLEN.
the ::t 3H:r:: here
Razor Toe Last,
latest styles in
are paying elsewhere for inferior goods.
BANISTER will give you MORE for your money
than any Shoe House in the city. Patent Leather
and Russet Shoes in endless variety.
We booghl oftwo large mwinttaoturersthelr entire line of Ledtes'
SUITS, CAPES AND SHIRT WAISTS, wlli(!l M offer for
ONi'. ia.iv at tirst cost, or about 30 PLR CENT, lew than
MEN'S HATS AND FURNISHINGS
In our Millinery Department we show the most com
plete line in the city.
We estimate that our $2,500 Distribu
tion Gift will hold out about Two Weeks.
Separate Wholesale Department.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
We are offering- for
Saturday and Monday a
40c. trimmed Sailor
Also a Black Clay
Worsted Coat, with
moire trimming, latest
cut, worth $14. For $6.00.
You can have your
choice of 100 Capes and
Coats for $2.98,
Worth from $7 to $15.
Don't miss this chance. It
will last Saturday and Mon
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIME bank.
If vou want the
Footwear trade at
are a little less than yon
Cor- latoa!!Ml(,!.m5 hm