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THE SCR AN TON T1JI DUNE S ATI! ITDA V MOHMNU. MAY 12, 1894.
FOR ONE WEEK
We will sell ovir entire stock of
New and Stylish TRIMMED
HATS at C1KEA.TLY REDUCED
PRICES. Come ami see them at
303 SPRUCE STREET.
WE have special facilities for
A NO. 1 WORK,
308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARMAN.
120 Wyoming Avenue
We are showing
new designs in printed
415 Lacka. Avenue.
BARGAIN NO 3,
We Will Offer for a Few Day
Fine Moqu-lt Rugs at $2 os.
Theae Rugs Hive Never Been
Sold for less Than $3.00
'27 Wyoming Ava
The taaehsji1 sad ba tiding oommttte
of the boanl of control mule a t' ur pt Ilia
city .ctiools ynatafsay,
A marriage lirense wai Kranteil MSttr
day by Clark f the OonruJobo II Tanss-
a. toHavpbOS BenpM ami NastS l'lriink,
b-ith ot Oiyphant.
UeV. I. N, K.rle will continue Ml MM
ture eerien by 'hi- delivery of "A Hiiil'.
fa View i f ihe Bible'' at Grace Bafornied
church thin evening. The lecture at 1 H
l'rk church has lieen postponed uutil
Tbe ne W atliletle field of the Wyoming
seminary, a. Kingston, will bnopenid tin-"
sruruoon nt 'i 1 1 o'clock. Praatosat War
l'.r'.d, of Latayetti ooUam, will mass Ibe
minimal ad iraas, and trill Ik follow! by
President teniae, of the seminary. A
number of Bcrautoniass will attend Um
Tbe Oirl'i friendly eoctaty mil bold a
"Mite Nicinl ' on Thursday evening of
next week nt the r miIkiiiv of Mrs. I'. S.
I 'age, Vtl Washington avann. Mimjean
Hee, Miss Julln c. Allen ud .1. Wlllli
Conant Imvo kindly offered thair M-rviceM,
musically, for Um occasion. It ia Imp I
that tb members of St. I.uke'. church
and all frii nds of the .cietv will be pres
ent In large numbers at thin social.
Yesterday's Pitta burg Times says.
"Thomas Tliorliurn hoe remg 1 tin' ec-
retarynhip of tb Young .Mun's Christian
association nt Bbnrpbtuy. Wllb 11. t,
Armstrong, of iiloomsburg. ho will main
a three months' tour of the nntliracitn
coal region for the purpose of doing n
pel WHgon work. fir. Tnorbarn will bo
succeeded by W. J. Holmes, of I'lttbnrg."
Moth Mr. Thorbnrn and Mr. Armstrong
wero formerly located in 1'ittstou.
Anheuser Iiuscb. Beer.
Lonls Lohman a, iU Bnruca ttfc
Otto Timmo, of Patterson, N. J. is In
II. K. Stewart, of Bingham ton, was hero
T. J. McTighe, a ;arbondalo Elk,' was in
thin city ycMterday.
Building Inspector Nelson is coufluod to
bis homo with illness.
Samuel Wurner, of Jeruiyn, called 00
Scrnnton friends yesterday.
Kev. John Finnen, V. O., of I'ittston
visited the Episcopal residence yenl. .dny'
Attorney L. 1'. WsdamUL of Purest
City, was engaged in business hero yester
day. Mrs. Powell and Cnrtis i'owell, of Clin
ton Dace, visited Wilkes-Harro last even
ing. MIssM. Morrow, principal of No. 80
school, will spend ttio Sabbath in Ply
month. T. L. Painter, of Wllliamsport, in
spected tlio new Elk's lodge and club
Miss Lavinia A. Dimmick gave an even
ing party at WOO Sanderson avenue Inst
evening, which was attended by about
Hahhih sells carpots in exminlater, will
ton, moyuotte and velvet, 304 Pen 11 ave
nue, next to Windsor hotel.
If you want to raeot your friends, go to
6-Bros. shoe store for vonr shoes andyon
lire sure to find 'em there.
No. 11 of America.
No. 11 of the charming art series,
"America" hns nrrived and eopies may be
procured at The Tkihunb business office.
The latest number of these dellautful
Indies will prove one of the most interest
ing of the collection.
Thar Have Gone Down
That is prices at Guernsey Brothers,
Williams k McAnulty
HOW FOR THE
Scranton Women Will Aid
FOR CHARITIES1 STRONG BOX
Colonel E. H. Ripple and Rev. Rogers
Israel Address the Ladies' Meeting
In Behalf of Associated Charities
City Is Districted and Ladies Selling
Membership Tickets Poverty Is
More Prevalent Than Ever.
Many of the representative- women
of the city met yesterday nftornoon at
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion building nml formulated and be
gin work on a plan for replenishing
tho depleted treasury of the Associated
Charities. Rev. Rogers Israel Htid
Colonel B II. Hippie were present as
representatives of the Associated
Charities and made brief addresses.
Tin: Tnir.t ni: has called attention in
its last few issues to the fact that des
titution is more npp irent now than at
any time Hince the incorporation of tbe
Associated Charities. This statement
was substantiated by tho remarks of
Colonel Hippie and Mr. Israe l.
Colonel nipple opened th meeting
hy explaining the purpose of tlio Asso
ciated Charities and n resume of the
work it hns accomplished. He suid:
"The purpose of Ibe association is to
prevent tho impositions of the un
worthy as well as to extend relivf to
the needy, which, instead of making
paupers, encourngs men to become
self-supporting. Careless ud m
deeofimlnete giving is very apt to work
He explained the system of Investi
gation mid cited cases where church
societies and charitable peopla ImJ
been imposed upon.
OOftDmOX OF TBI r "it
At tho present time, lis stated,
there nre 11s many, if not more,
destitute lersoiis than during
the winter. Many have besti shut
out of work 0 wages mid time redaeed
to such an extent that families of tive
or six or more are supported by one
person working bnt eight or ten days
No money has been distributed h
the association, but orders for supplies
have been issued B'ul fl. P"i has been
paid to men for work at Connell pirk
Colonel Hippie tli-n rend a suiiininry
of the work performed, which In brief
is us follows: 0"! cases investigated.
B60 worthy. 295 given employment,
averaging 0 in a family, ll'-' widows
relieved, averaging I in a family
"I have told you wliat we have done
md what our purposes are. Wo sni:
est that von ladles organize I r the
sale of :t.(MS membership titkets, the
! 1 Is of which will be fot continu
ous as well as present work
It is my opinion that during n xt
winter, perhaps sooner, there will b
.reatsr suffering tban during the pint
few months. 1'ossibly bnslness limy
improve, but pnst lOfferlagl have
crippled our poor beyond tti-ir power
to immediately recover.
"We base onr hopes for continuing
II li great work up n wnat you indies
Oan do for ns in seem ing inem!ers "
!i"V Mr Isrni'l then stated that tbe
Associated Chart tiel had buen ont of its
element in doing worn it hnd n t heaii
oegantied t.i perform. I.ika New York,
Boston, Pbiladelphia ami oiher clllea,
similar org4nir.ati'n,ue we: e "rg.m 1 7.ed
as an Information oenter; a bod) rep
reNntlng nil tho creeds and clsstes for
the pnrposs) of inspecting, recording
and general reception of appllcatl ns .
He tiien told the use of lbs mayor's
mid association fund as a necessity, an I
that the continuance of the work was
threatened with a luck of in 'ins. Tlis
sab- of membership tirke's would en
title bidders to tbe privitegeeof t'e
associated ciiintis md make them
feel they bad an 1 ijuvilent for the an
nual or fV) life membership.
Colonel Hippie and Mr. Israel then
departed, fief suggesting tlmt tbe
lilies organise nod devise ws and
means of 'U-lricting tbe citv among
siiti-conimittees and the gathering ol a
revenue from tbeaale of tickets
WQCI OF TBI LADIBI
Following tbe departure o( the gen
tlem 'ti. Mis I t Kverhnrt was el Ml I
temporary chairman. sml tlu following
Indies were ehctej permanent 1 Hi . rs
of tho oommlttee wbioh organlced to
assist the Associated rh.iritten. Mrs
K. P.ainnrl. cinurmin, Mrs L A.
Walree, treasurer; Mrs J K Cohen,
The plan mentioned for districting
tho city among aub-rnmmitteea wis
adopted and many committees si in linl
ed to c ninenc" work to lay. Before
tbe iii idle of next week the movement
will be afoot In evory portion of Scran
ton. The sub-committees nt work are as
Mifflin, Penn and Wyoming n. anei
Mrs. Roger Israel, Mrs. I. ). Kverbart,
.Miss I inily Stevens.
Wasinugton and Jefferson avenues Miss
Tillle Bawley, to select assistants.
Madison, Monroe and Oiincy avenuas
Mrs. Charles K. liobiuson, Mrs. Ueorge
Pino, Mr if. J, Croastey,
t. lav, Webster and Taylor aveunns M .
Obrrol Dickeon. Miss Luula Bberrer, Mrs.
.1. 1). Clark,
linen kiilip Miss Aunu Sanderson, to
Providence Mrs. II. 11. Hollister, Jin..
w. B. naddler,
liunmore Mrs. .1. 1). Illnckington, Mrs.
P. I Ib.ran.
'1 111: 'l'liiMUNr. will give reports of tho
fill urn progress of the committee, meet
ings and other matters pertaining to Ihe
EPWORTH LEAGUE ANNIVERSARY
Services of Unusual Intereet at Elm
Park Church Tomorrow
Tomorrow will bo a day of unusual
interest to Kpworth loaguors at Blfl)
Park. It will be tho occasion of Ihe
fifth anniversary of the organisation
of the Epwortli leagno in the United
Statesan organization whose remark
able growth and inllnenee are second
only to the phenomenal progress of the
first contnry of Methodism.
The Klin Park league will nppropri
ately observe this important amuv, r
sary by giving an excellent programme
prepared by Dr. K. A. Bobell, of Chi
cago, the able ami elof j hhii t secrotary
of tho league in 'his country.
(i. F. VVhittemore, tho newly elected
president, will preside, and the pro'
grsmme will he in charge of II. H,
lieidleinnn, of tho literary department,
At tho close of the regular programme
graduates from the Junior leaguo will
be formally received into the league
and will be presented with diplomas.
All young peoplo are cordially in
vited. Services begin nt 0 80 sharp.
Bring your Bibles Hemember the de
votional topic, "In Christ's Stead. "
Head Isaih xliii, 10, Matthew xxvili, 10.
Hauiiis sells largo mirrors and furniture
in Hue grades, Penn nvonuc, next to Wind
Put your trust in the S Normllo Bros,
and their shoes and you will never regret
HIONEY MR. DONY'S BIG OFFER
Diui'gisu tflfJoWg, B4wiar, Would Hot
Saj Hs Sold Ofllj Drugs.
BRE VIOLATIONS OF THE 1774 LAW
John H. Phelps Does Not Desira a
Hearing and Pays His Finn and
Costs Assistant Secretary Wiley,
of the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation, Testifies Against Mr. Low
enberg Mr Dony'3 Testimony.
The court room of Alderman Post
was yesterday morning the scene of
nnother trial for violating tho Sabbath
by selling seductive carbonized watois.
Hev. F. A. Dony had bad Joseph
Lo wen berg, who conduoti a drag stor'
at Spruce street and Washington live
nne, arrested ft r not properlv observ
ing tho now famous law of 17',l.
When Mr, Dony announced that be
whs ready to nroooed Wltb the case he
called as bis tirt witness, Clmrl-g A
Wiley, the assistant secretary of the
Scranton Young Mens Christian ass -elation.
Mr. Wiley said that lie was
not one ol Mr. Dinr's assistants, and ex
plained that his prtisnos in the nldsr
man's offioe as a witness was owing to
the fact i hat lie bad seen some peri mi
drink ud pay for wht lie supposs I
was sodo water in Mr. Lowenberg's
drug store last Sunday, ind bad men
tioned the fact ill the Young Mens
Christian association rooms v .Mr.
Dony happened to hear of it, and sub
poeneil bun as a witness.
'.''hero was a discussion between
Druggist Lo won berg and Witness
Wyiie as to whether it was soda water
that the latter had seen drank and p ud
for in the drug store,
Ur. Wylto was positive it was s ida
water, inasmuch u- once upon a Urns
ho had tasted a glass of tins summer
beverage and had recognize I it.
Mr. Lowenherg wanted to know if
Witness Wylie was not aware of the
fact that druggists frequently draw
plain si da mid ill tbe same with Mid
Mr. WylU evidently bad had aonie
Htperisnos with t tie powders m the
white and blue papers IS be replied
that he is sure it was not a SeidlitS
powder with the plain soda "elm- i"
that le had seen porohass I
M BUI Mil. DOHV saw
Then Mr. Dony annonaeed that he
would vary the monotony by giving s
little evidenos himself, lie bad passed
Mr. tawen berg's drag store and bad
found it open for business the s un as
on any Week day.
Mr Loewenbnrg Interrupted tbe
witness by inl rmlnghfm that he b id
only sol l drug on Band ly.
Then Mr, Dony made tbe following
gene root offer
"Mr. Lowenborf," said Mr. Dony,
"if on your honor as a gentleman yon
stst that you eold nothing but drug4.
rieepting of eourse ti ids water
WblcH yon claim Is a medicinal c on
p oind. I will withdraw the ease against
yott. On vonr honor, have you con-
lined yourself in the sals of modi
Mr Lowenberg wanly sttet ibat
ho wanted t h-ir all the vldraoe
that Mr I Viuy had atiinst him
The eeeretsry of tbs Mabbatb union
then Weal On lo say tnst b liad f
passed Mr. I.'iwent erg's store 1 let Sun
day ami had nolle -d t:i it loi.iii.. w n
being transact I Ibe ISMS SS Usual
Ai leriaar) Post ma ! Mr 1. iwenber?
pay c.e nan d iin ol $ i an 1 a ists
I'niggist John II. Pnelps di I nol c ir.
to have a hearing an I sent the amount
of th One and cos's
SUCCE1SSFUL GYfllNASTIC EXHIBITION
Given by Members of tho Young,
Worocns Christian Association -Included
a Maori! Exercise.
A large and highly appreciative
indUnce gathered at the n:i of the
Young Men's Christian sss..ciatbn last
nigiu to witness too anaa ii gymnastlo
exhibition of tb- foang Women's
Christian assooiatloa Tbs programmi
inoindsd club swinging, fencing, hoop
drill ami a llelsarte exerclst 1 :,"
latter ubibttloa of the mo tern at
tainment of tks pnre grsos of to
ancients wa given by a rl4 of aigbl
yovtg ladies hw by Mis L is I, Board
low, ptiy-u-sl instructor, an I displayed
the most perfect attainment ol itieart
pel given in (bis city.
At the dose of the ei.tertsiiinwnt
Miss Shsr llo w was presented With a d:a
moi d ring by the following members
of the teachers' c a- Mi.s Ami i llir-
tholomaw, Miss Mrv Porober, Miss
Flla Oslan l, Miss Bra Short. Mtss
Loalla Pearoe, Miss Mane Monies,
Hiss Delia Fv.uis and Miss Elisabeth
J no exhibition of advance flub
winging sboa-ud n remarkable degree
of SS pertS ss in some of the In Otl illffl
silt movement by Mis.es Short, Bilk
ma:;. I) r;lo I. iuw.i .in id. I', rcli -r an I
Tbs Dslsarls sxerdss, Isd by Miss
Bbsrdlow, ooocloded Ibe piogram ,
an i Issladed the tpllowtog eiassi M se
es DsrsgaQ Oslaod, Kaon, Bartbolo
mew, Bllkman and ,l irgan,
Ottieis who participate 1 in be cx ii -bitlOO
were Misses ilarber. Sylvester,
Vernoy, Clark, Williams, Broome,
Howe, Jones, Hooran, Annomsns,
vVormser, frothing i am. Band, Bioht
stslnsr, Blttenbon, Brum end the
MISSSS Hippie Q 1 1'. mil in
Conrad's orsbsatrs farnlsbsd lbs mn
sic and sp elal ace imp iiiuiieuts w ie
rendered by Miss Clara 1, mg an I MleS
'1 h f Itros. baveall the popular shades
BnsSettSi from u .V . sugir or chocolate
color, asd mi width) thus enabling us to
tit all kinds of feet, lie tiny Urge 01 Small.
BONDS DEllVr Ht O TO D L I (": A CO.
City R reives a Drsft l r $127,019 fir
Utah fch"ul Bonds.
Yesterday there WSS delivered to
Blair 6V Compsny,ol New York,tbrooKh
tiie Scranton Savings buik lbs 1890
high WhOOl bonds to th StttOUnt ijil IN,
The New York bsnkstl secured the
boiuls from the board of control
by the competitive bid of $187,019.88,
which Im lu let sprsrolnmol 7, 138
and accrued Interest. Tho rate paid
li a triila over 8.04 tier cent.
Iblrd LtfiletlV District.
Conforming to BSOUOS I of Kule 4 of
rules governing the Republican party of
the Third Assembly dtltriet, the lghila
tive staudiug couimittee will BuSiatfl
o'clock p. in. Saturday, .May IB, in the ar
bitration room, court house. ScrOUtOD.
Memliersof comnilttee will lie governed
ucco.'dingly. .1. K. Waikikh, Chairninu
K. J, NoitTlHT, Secretary.
Boraaton, Pa., May v, tiW.
Dn. Q Q LaUsaOB. dentist, (ias and
Water oompany building, Wyoming a .
nue. Latest bBprovsmentSi ngbtysSIS iii
STATUS IF IHE JEW
h It a Misfortune To Be a Heb.ew Dis
cuss3d by Rabbi Fenarllcht
HIGHLY INTERESTING LECTURE
The Rovcrcnd Speaker of the Opinion
That the dew Should Not Be
Ashamed To Belong To the Nation
Descending from Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob -Day Must Come When
All Nations Will Be Gathered.
At the Linden Str wt synagogue last
evoning, Bshbi Peuerllobl delivered
nu excellent address on "Is It a Mis
fortune to Bs a Jswf
.Mr. Fenerolibt said:
An American has a right to bo priiid of
bis nationality. To beioug to that nation
which bus produced Washington, Lincoln,
Webster and Longfellow 1 not that
something to be prond oil To belong to
that nation descending from Abraham,
Isaacand Jacob; a nation which lias pro
duced a law-giver Whole laws served a a
foundation to nearly all the laws of tlio
world: a nation which has produced a
monarch who,,, reign ceased ;-.,ihki years
ago, but whose wisdom "still a proverb
in nil the nations of : ha earth -is it a mis
fortune, or something to bo ashltlUSd of, to
belong to such a tint I ml
I think oot, Cmt a glance at all modern
achievement t lo tbe Raid of ethics, ami of
moral philosophy. Mas a single idea been
expressed for ih benetjt of mankind
which cannot be found to the realm of
Judaism'' Have all I lie atheists c bun d
been able to undermine one tingled wtrine
of oar faith! Have all the modem apostles
called the Ktblcal Caltarist b i able to
produce ono solitary idea, be it in arnica
Inhumanity, morality, philosophy, love,
mercy in compuresou, or In honesty and
truth, winch could not '. found In tho
endless storehouse ol our religion?
ALL DATS OHS rATItv.lt
I there a theology more beautiful
and more simple, more attf active, and
more in harm en with gOOl com u in
sense, than that id oir propbetaf Have
we not all one Father, etc! Where then
I tbe iii-fortuiie in being a Jew? If we
cannot Had tout misfortune in the realm
of tbe ideal, we must look for it m th ma
terial worbl, ami here it must l ud
mitted thai eresre at a seeming iio.ii
vantage. We ever bare been, and ars to
a certain extent even 1 1 lay, tuo scapegoat
of the nations.
The anti-Semitic crai i predominant
today ns in the times of tbe middle -ge.,
and not otrv in hironrn' bus. la to ilarkest
Koumsnia, hut also m enlightened Iter
miOJ and civilized Aii'ti la The f
last week contains tbi sorrowlnl report
of tbn awful ami Hemitk spirit that pre
vails at pre-, nt m tbe I i I'.ol of Austria.
A prominent CbrUtiau minkitar Initt-
gateil bis larg" SOOg ngun-t the Jews, nc-
enslng them from th palptl of being Ni
bio. ts n:, a Aaarcblete, ami the moot ne
dangeroui enemb i of e nsi order.
ine same paper also report a lively
dhmsseion Is la Aaetnaa rsicbsrath to
dnuUaluy the Jews f OT any p'in'ic onTce,
nule they are privately converted. And
urOiing a- ir may aei m, It is a fact that
alth ngb tbe Jews in Vienna form 10 per
ient ot the popolsl i in, there Is not a iin
gle Jewish employe m tbe mUStet a I r-
ice. X r ; it am ltter in i niiglil. i -it
Ifermsny. Tner tn Jews are nbwes
clud. d from all social advantages. A
ignal proof of tbis le tlmt while
many thousands of Jews eerre
in ne Uoraum army, tbere i
Ml a single Jaw holding tbe rank of an
officer. And even In this 'ur bleeaej
eoantry of freedom and tonality, tbs J as
do not SOi Ibst eympnihy and rncogut
tl oi wliub Iber Justly MSerVS.
SBUBVSS a Mi-ii iiTi m.
for tint reason many of our pretended
Iris I of oar other orwedi believe that ii is
misfortune to bs a Jew. And when or
hambly ask. "n hal do von ad viae us t.. ilo
loovereoM that miafrtune of being i
Jew'' we are I old, "lilfe up yteir exrlu-
rerj peg of yoor arbrtory ami bum it to
i.i... .1 1.' . ul ever reiiilnm enre i f yoi.r
glori i. past with tha epoege of
a IdUiebs the m ipei remedr'l Hy
no mien. I tirmiy believe in a tun. of
universal brotberkood, TbS day will and
must 00 BM when all tbe nations of ne
wiald alii be gsibored sround a spiritual
HiaSlj w lu ll Qed will peak to all SUM -b i .
dlen. ' I am Hit (t al '
Hut at ih same time it Is my llrm 000
V it toe that We Will hasten thai grind
ami glorioii. period lo teaching and
I leariiu.g a n. I. in whose Ii tunte l eart is
t' on (or all bt creetarest ws tmpe ami
pray f t IfelS Mewtab. but we are unwill
ing to bail his Sdveal by bslylag one
WnoM pat by e-rrltS ing MS what future
at the sbriiie if a doubtful pblhMOpby,
I admit It lakes a linn mild and a pn I id
soul to withstand Ihe attack, II
sinugbt llisde up,, ll the seUfltlM' Je.vili
heart. I I ii 1 1 v iindeisMml tbn tislu met
B II v Ol l
ne . 1 1 n r i reinii who are t ot
spials tw f re tks lUtbsWttlSI 't
Mvillsstioo to still d arm Wei
I til is tliut a sufttcieut reas m
end den) the li.nne birth
C' ' ' I 1 ' 1 4
a narrow i
1 1 aaerill i
light lor the sak
Ob, Ml l or tlio
is of tears lbs world
is arraigned i.gsu si us; ml ti e srsapons
within the reach ot man have bees tried
to eliminate i ur bhalinscy, and WS have
is yet SOI b en camiuered.
ihi not ravos w it,
TbelWlh idea does not wage war
for material poweri it struggles for
Ills, Itgbl and universal love, we daily
tmteh forth the band of fellowship to ah
the world; and WO Oak SdmlttaOQi DUcqnill
terms among the family of aatioae. We
are willing lo Join them, we are ready
to stand by theui m ii irosbtes and vi.u
sttons We Is In vein the fttbsrbood f our
Qodt nothing wiil induce u to forsake
tiiiii bm we must ie rssstvsd with our
in ue nnd fault, and ns long We are te
J' Cled. iis I ug ii, one tear fall from the
ee of a Sinsle JeW on aOCOUDl . t his fnitli,
so long will we bear lo suffer, ns our
fathers out ia the long ran i f
history I it on this account n mtsfor.
tune t.i be a Jo? Is it n misfortune
to niTer fiir a ri.iciple? unlisnl not I
Uraeily and oppreeatou do one f two
Iblnga, They either crush nut or they
develop, This j lb great law of evolu
tion, roe strongest, tbs most titled to
survive will lUrvlV in the long run, 10
tnittirwbat the hardship may he, The
hardabtp only tends to develop asd make
strong the Inherent quality, Had tbs
Jew neon of feebler nature, carina mure
for esse and lomfort, than fnr sintimsnts I
nun :m-u, iiK v iv. um nave giv u nwnt
longiigolo the piessuie, and would have
beeu tepidly merged m ttie population
sriiiiiiil l hem, s a was, Bersscutlon only
knii Ibsm together, ns the hammering
Md Welding to the articles of true steel.
Discipline, patience ami sodurancsi Ihsss
are tbe three things which Israel warned
from bi r long period Of ierSSQUtloU. The e
are the three qualities which Israel bs
evolved ill the past nineteen centuries.
The suffering for the principle, for an
Ideal, steeled nnd purified the character of
ti.e Jew., in the past, aod II w ill duo also
in t he future. 1; w ill elevate our soul to a
Divine dignity; it w ill prepare us to fulfill
Hint sublime mission Intrusted to our sues
thousands Ol years ago; then Israel will
again be a favored people; then the w bole
world will MknOWlegO nnd say: It jg
i I a mbifortune, but rather a pride to be
a Je a.
No. lief Amsrlca
Has just been received at Tni: Tiumlxk
business oAcs, Parties who hnve ex
Smlnsd this number praSjOUOOS it the best,
of the series yot published Art lovers
should not fail to mid tbis must meritorious
Dumber tu their collection.
Tho r Dros. "spot rush" shoe store Is n
good reliable place to do your trading.
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Commonwealth Shoo store, Washington
THEY IE NUISANCES
Five Scranton Scliwls Were Condemned by
the Board ol Health Yesterday.
SWAMPS HEALTHY IN COMPARISON
In No. 23 Building a Stove Must be
Kept Burning, to Prevent Chills.
Dr. Allen Presents an Interesting
Report Sanitary Officer Burke
Kept Busy An Intolerable Nuisance
on tho West Side.
The hoard of health convened in
regular session yesterday afternoon iu
the citv building uud held an interest
Secretary Walter Driggs read his re
port, which showed that during; the
month of April there were PJ7 births,
125 deaths, 81 marriages, 180 cases of
measles, 18 of diphtheria, ecarlet fever
5, ami typhoid 2.
'Hie board tool: notion on the number
of persons engaged iu scavenging
without a license permit, nnd directed
Sanitary OfBosr Burks to nrrest all
who do so.
An application for B icavangar's li
cense by Qotdsn V Lilly was refuse!,
Tbs people living near Lilly's stables
serosa tho river complained bitterly
against permitting ( iold0 A Lilly to do
business oceans ' of the unsanitary state
oT their premises nnd scavenger appar
atus. Disinfectants are used, but the
cure is less agreeable than the disease.
However, if they agree to transport
their wagon and stables to sumo sec
tiOO of Hie city where there are but
tew bouses, the board will be inclined
In grant a license.
It wa also ordered by the board in
relation to this cato that S-crotary
Brtggs tie Instructed to notify Mr
John Lilly to cenau doing t usuivss nt
tho obi stand and put her premises In
bsalthy sanitary stylo inside of ten
days, or at lbs end of that timo Sani
tary Oflieer liurko will cause her ar
rest Hsaltb Ufflosr Allan's report tated
that the nuisance h for the past month
were of tbe usual order. Connors'
COttrt in BelleVOe, I In SWfnl condi
tion; the street Is above the hotiees in
many plaOSS near the Lackawanna riv
er, and the surface water runs into tbe
cellars of prOBSrtlSS causing general
disorders ami nnbesttblness, Bsau
mmit avenue and Warren street in the
North End are also sadly neglected and
incubate diSSSSS, The board directed
that the sanitary committee of MUn-
sits be communicated with toward an
abatement nl ilKS nuisance.
The following Mbool buildings were
nominated nuisances by the board at
the saggestlM of ir. Allen: Byaon
street eel ', rfOOrtMnth wsr'l school,
wtlsli I street Mbool, No 88 at the
Notch ami No. 87 on ilreng-r aireet.
Ai N.i 88 h. ..I, f which Prof J
J. Costal lo is principal, tbs primary
department under the anpervieion of
Mis Jones, f no damp that a atove
must be kept heated even on warm
dayi in . rdst lo i ii'sei th humidity.
I he other buildings are not properly
ventilated or lighted, catmtig s. re eyis
among Ibe teacers m. 1 pupils
'the board of control will te sked
to sb dish these rooms and provide bet
trr aaoommodall t:s in each cae
Dr Alias basams very faostlons in a
part of bis rejiort which refrral to the
ibitlniit of Hi !.en-coips ! s i l
th.,t in pissing a hennery which wa
r: i d removeu by the board some
' DM go, be heard "a cock crow more
than thriM "
Another matter w is t rcnahtupon
which the West Side board of trade
snt a communication to Secretary
BrigM It r. r. rs to the intolerable
StS i P t nut grei-ts psssers-bv. arising
from Mme part of thai section of the
West side hounded by Wet Lack i
wanna avenue. Ninth and BobinsOD
streels, andtnn Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western railroad,trarks.
The health oflieer and Sinltsry i fti
oar Barbs win Inveetlgsts the matter
too I Inspeotor I'homss rea l hi re
port, wbiob stated that be mi l., t
ofidal visits and found the msrksts
the city complying very aitlifactorll)
With the hMlth Ordinances, I hequal
itv of milk furnished at the dalrie ia
very fair considering the toaton of tbe
Superintendent H W LeSflDS of the
gatlMge i remstory msd tho following
rep rt Amount of rbnge consumed.
18781 irrels, ea:, v. digs, li, goats, 1.
pigs, 1. chickens, 7. meat, .V pounde.
Bsb, lOdOpOOUdsi amount of coil eon
omed, 'ii tons; black oil, 7 gallons,
beadlgiht oil, 8 gallons; cash received
by sale of Bbhes. fyl 10,
w list Potlllone.
Ws offer special advantages during this
maimer is Baslnssa BbortaMd and Bng
llah departmrnta The fict that thirty
Iwoas i red good positions daring April
It the best evidence of tbe practical nature
it Mir Work Wood's College of lluslue
ami Bhortband. e
One DolUr T. r Harrel Saved
Hy using the noted Soyal Bbjad Ptour,
tbe highest grade and best family tl nir
maantactured. l .e,i by thousands'. Ask
your grocer for it.
II. MOBTOOXMSI Ci.. AgenK
iuu w. Laskawaass bvmus,
An- tin. srorka of :t wheelbar
row, it siiutiiii in oiled onoe
II is ;i much liner piero of
mechanism and should be
cleaned and oiled every year,
in Loop ii in good order,
Have it done i.
W. W. Berry
Who baa had twenty-five
years' experience, You will
Bnd him at
Avenue. Best Sets of Teeth, $Si00
Jnclmllnc the painless extnuitlnj
tl tenth by uu entirely uow process.
S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
IBS WYUftliNU AVI.
of New York city, will bo in his Scranton
ofllce, -141 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from B in the morning uutil U iu tho
of Ladies', Missoj and children's Bhoes,
b actory fahoe Store, 411 Laok'a ave.
I THAT DOLLAR
I OF YOURS
si T,'tt,a new lea of iif ihe minute S
S you bring it into our (tore, To eon 3
? v" yeuof tlnitriiiliorourntatemoiit 5
we name a few price, "
Tea of Coffee PfltjMD55yD
j lonen ana tiiore's h full S
blte; anotner touch, eon I Clean S
Mm ni... sate 75 up. lJany -
sizes anil knnls. S
1 OIL STOVES
6O0. op. Don't builil a large S
3 coat nr.- tbl warm weathor; It
makes um whole bon g acorn B
m fortable. s
"'oik ennreiv new B
' BARSS COokfin Range the
very lataat wonder, uiad tu show y..u S
the p. lots. Comoln an. I ioe, u Is t 9
t" buy slway i 5
W.. I,... .1.1 . .
I HENRY BATTIN & CO.
ISO PI NN AVKNI K.
I HOUSEHOLD SPFClALISTS, I
OSLAND'S 138 Wyomin8; Avo
128 Wyoming Ave. NEXT D,ME BAfNJK-
We are now displaying
;i One line of Y
hj(XnTON, HILKand faffm
I7ISIT the PENN CLOTHING AND SHOE HOUSE
V SHOE DEPARTMENT and find anything your
fancy may wish or mind dictate. Our stuck represents
the Choicest Spring Styles for Men. Women and Children
I you want anything in
Patent Leather, Russian Calf,
Kangaroo, Tan Goat, Tan Vici K;d,
Calf or Cordovan, in Lace, Button,
Blucher, Blucherette, Congress
and Oxfords, from
$1.25 TO $5.00
Men's Fine Russian Calf Shoes at s l .c)o; worth $2.50
Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid Shoes at 8 1 .5; worth $2.00
Every prurchaaer of goods amounting to $1 or over receives a
obanoeon the Beautifn PABLOB 8UIT.
pin mm im house
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE,
Complete Outfitters, SCRANTON, PA.
S. L. G ALLEN.
We Don't Want
TO IN.lt' UE
HY Tuo MUCH BLOWING),
toy's Army Can't Buy These
BARGAINS FOR TODAY ONLY
Child's Straw Sailors, wo'th
25c. and 35c. On Mon
Child's Lace Caps, regular
price 25c. to 35c. Mon
Child's Mull Hats, our reg
ular price, 25c. Mon
These Bargains for
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
We will give all a chance.
This sale will continue
for the remainder of the
Look at This
We will offer for bal
ance of week a 40c
Trimmed Sailor For 19c.
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 for the remainder of
this week only.
But we want to impress
upon you the fact that we
are offering better values in
footwear than any other
Shoe House in Scranton.
Call and we will prove it to
you. The benefit will not be
one-sided, We'll et a new
customer, that's true, but
you'll save money by trading
to M,!OBJS!lLom8 taes'
Boys' Kilt Suits, regulai
price $1.35. Monday,
Men's and Boys' Straw
Hat3, worth 35c. to 50c.
Special Bargains in Flow
ers and Ribbons.
ONE DAY ONLY.