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THE SCTiANTON T&iBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOUNLNdr. JUNE 21, 1H94.
u My Fig Cake
is splendid; in fact," says
a young housekeeper, "it
is almost too good. It
seems as though I were
making cake all the time
for donations or church fairs
or some committee. I tell
them if they will foil rw the
recipe in your cook hook
and use. Cleveland's Baking
Powder they can make
cake just as nice as mine.
I am sure I never made
such cake before. Thanks
both to Cleveland's baking
powder and the cook book."
The recipe book is sent free on receipt
of stamp and address.
Cuvelaxd Baking Powde Co.,
Si & 83 Fulton St., V,
FOR 01 WEEK
W"c will sell our cnliro stock of
New and Stylish TRIMMED
HATS at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES. Come and see them at
303 SPRUCE STREET.
120 Wyoming Avenue
lean 4 Hagen
415 LACKA. AYE.
Have your COLLARS itarobed in the old
war, when yuu cum have tlmm dno with soft.
piiabio Buttonholes for two cents each.
If you want
Wall Paper or Window
Shades, come to us.
We have a full line of
gtjods, and our prices are
127 Wyoming Ave.
SWIFT SAYS HE IS TIRED.
It Willing to 8tp Down and Out of
At last evening's moetins of the
stockholders of the Lbiae Hull Rasocin
tion Manuuor Martin Swift wus pres
ent. The mutter of the position of the
Scrantoti club in the State loiiijU" nice
was taken up and soveral stockholders
expressed theuioelve-i warmly oa the
Manaffor Swift said ho w;w tired of
directing the clnb and was willing to
retire from the poiitiuu of manager,
He did not state, howovcr, a9 to when
he would hand in his resignation
A dispatch received from lf irrisburtr
last night Bays: "K K Meyers has de
cided to transfer the llarrisburg Base
BhII club to Atlantic City, where
State league game! scnadulsd tor ILir
rinbiirg after July 4 will be played.
Poor attendance is the reason for the
USUAL WEEKLY V. W. C. A. SOCIAL.
3um, Mono and Ic Cream Featuroi
of the Eveniug.
The rsgular weekly social and enter
tainment for women and girls wns
beld lust evening at the Young Wo
man's Christian asaociution building
and was no exception to the usnal huc
eeea of thoso enjoyable and couim'jnda
Ouuits and muiio of an impromptu
nature wore enjoyed during the even
ing und iee cream served at 5 cents por
plate. The (fames used were those
given the association by Williams Bros.
nd M. Norton,
Althongh the Yoting Woman's Chris
tian ossooiatiou are frequented these hot
days and evenings by many girls and
women, a much larger number would
make use of the ussociatiou if its apart
ments were cooler. This fact otlsrs an
excellent opportunity for some charit
ably disposed person or persons to
equip tbe main floor with electric funs,
It is probably a correct supposition that
many aro deterred from usiug the
rooms on account of the heat.
Who wants to do a charitable act"
Class of '84 Receive Their Diplomas from
RL Rev. Bishop O'Hara.
EXERCISES AT COLLEGE HALL
Miss Anna C. Colligan Awarded a
Gold Modal and Miss Charlotte
Phillips Received the Silvor Medal.
Those Who Participated in the
Exercises Pupils Addressed by
Bishop O'Hara at Close of Com
mencement, At Collage hall beginning at 10
o'clock yesterday morning took place
the twenty-second anuual commence
ment of. St Cecilia's academy. Node
scripliou can give a true conception of
the maRnifloflntslmpHoity that marked
the exercises, There was nothing to
lay claim to elaborate gramlour, simply
because tbe artistic taste o.r tho Sisters
of the Immaculate Heart was so refine
ly blonde,! us to betray no desire to
The operetta. "Tho Hunter's Daugh
ter," wus tbe opening number on tin
programme. Floreen, tho hunter's
iluughter, and her companions ride at
aro and hounds. She becomes lost in
the forest, and led by the firelight of
f a woodcutter's homo, seeks there
shelter f.r the night. Iu hope of gain
ing n reward which he supposes will
he offered for her recovery, tue woo l
I cutler held her a c iplivo. Her brother,
cogieoeri, discovers bur retreat and
aids her to escape,
Edward U'lttiily as Kiglebert was
exceedingly line, us also was Harry
Wah us the woo l cutter. Tho singing
of Miss .Mary V. Dunn rovealed a voice
ofolearness, training and range.
After uu overture by a quartette of
the pupils, tiie lit. reverend bishop
placed wreaths of flowers upon the
ids of the pupils of tbe elementary,
junior, preparatory and senior depart
ments. CROWNING THE GRADUATES.
Then followed the crowning of the
graduates and the presentation of di
plomat, A gold medal was awarded
to Miss Anna C. Colliuan for excel
lence in music. Tho silver un-diil for
proficiency in Christian doctrine was
merited by ninteeu, nml lot were
cast to determine who should bo the
recipient, Miss Charlotte Philips drew
i:t. Kev. Bishop O'Hara and Rev. J.
A. O'it-illy, reator Of the cathedral,
I lieu went upon the stage, und Father
O'Reilly made the following awards:
Crowns of Honor In the the primary,
elementary, junior, preparatory and sen
ior departments) Tr.e Misses ilabie
Thatcher, Vivian Burnett, Marguerite
O'Kellly, Alice Qninu. Lizzie O'Hara, Mary
0 'Boyle, Annie .Mari-u, Elizabeth O'Don
neli. Jeunie Marks, Bnsan liuruH, Qertrnde
Wnld, Marguerite lliiuster, Mary Uohlou,
Catherine Foots, Agnes Ljftuj, Catherine
QaUagber and Adelai !e oiover.
Radges of Honor The Misses Agnes Cal
laban, Tere a Sweeney, Ellen Burke, Anna
May Barr tt and I, rette Clarke, Harry
tVahl ami J.ihu Dawson.
a silver medal In Christian doctrine,
compel d by the Misses Mary O'Boyle,
Catherine Malum, Eva Barrett. Itise
Walsh, Mary McCnnn, Alice O'Connor,
Catherine Molvlhill.Mary OTJonnell.Anna
Bawlev, Badie Coleman. Annio Donnelly,
Mary Kllcullen, Ten-sa Nallln, Mary Lynn,
M iry H iron, Sadie Ruddy, Margaret Horn
i Charlotte Phillips, Loretta FUnuagan. It
wa drawn by Miss Charlotte Phillips.
Crowns of honor were conferred on tho
I The following young ladies having
j completed the course of study pre
scribed in the Acad -my and distin
guished themselves for amiable und cor
I net department were given the higheft
I i.ouors of the Institution, namely, a
crown, goio meaai and diploma: The
Misses Anna Coliigan, Teresa Culck,
Mary Dunn, Mary Loughlin, Mary
Toohoy. CVcllia S Schroeder, Kose
Campbell and Mary Cusick. DiDlomas
iu the course of stenography and type
writ nir wore conferred on" the Misses
Mary A. Lougblln, Catharine L. May,
Mary E O'Reilly, Margaret L, Con
nelly, Mary C. CU3ick, Catharine M.
Mfcbon; diploma in the business course
to Miss Jane Biglinj a cold medal for
excellt-nco instrumental music to Miss
MI8B LOUOHLTN'i RECITATION.
Miss Mary A. Loughlin delivered a
rntatlon in French entitled, "LeB
Adieux do Mario Stnnrt.'' It was
Spoken fluently and trippingly, and
gave evidence that Miss Loughlin is a
French scholar of no menu ability,
A selected inarch was tir-st given by
an orchestra consisting of Missel Anna
0, Calligan, Miry Farrell, Mary B
Gaugbu, Mary A. Loughlin, Kate Mul
Viblll, Mary Murphy, Adelaide Oiover,
Cecilia S. Schrosdor, Marv O'Boyle
and John Colligan. Tho 'piece was
played on stringed instruments and re
oeived rspturous applause.
Mias Cecilia S. Schroeder gave an
essay on "The Educational Principles
of Feneion." It was a polished compo
sition that contained thoughts and
views which appeared deep for one of
her years, but yet her essay proved that
alio was well grounded iu tho subject
Tho sacred chorus. "Ave Marin,"
was a heantifnl creatiou and it was
sung exquisitely, Jt was dedicated by
the pupils of St. Cecilia's academy to
his lordship, lit. hv. William O'Hara,
B.D. Miss Mary F. Toohoy jrave an
jssay on tho life of tho 'Maid of Or
leans." The language wus in French.
Mies Colligan played Beethoven's
sonata, Op 9, and loft a good impres
sion. MiSS Rose Campbell spoke on
"Whore Bhall Wo Find a Valiant
Woman';' It was tin essay of beauti
ful thought! and beautiful language.
The orchestra played "Liberty Hell,"
from Bonis, and was heartily encored.
Miss Mary C Dunn was accompanist,
Mary C. Cosiek gave a very splen
did recitation, "Joan of Arc." Her
gestures were not overdone nor the
Inflection or her voicn infsorno of the
stirring passages. Sue acquitted her
self throughout tho most trying do
livory with marked ereilit.
Tho triple Valedictory was delivered
by three of tho graduates, Miisos
Mary C. Uunn, Teresa L. Cusick and
Annie O. Colligan, after which tho
class of graduates sang f.ir-iwell
chorus. Eight Hot. Bishop O'iiari
addressed the class Very briefly and
tho commencement of 'Mwaia thing
of the pist.
Tho culmination of the school year
in St. Cecelia's Academy was t source
of pride to the interested ones. Th-
Athletic and Other 1
Societios, can have POSTERS of tho
most attractive kind, and
of the boat workmanship,
printed nt short notice at
THE TRIBUNE OFE
Bisters are glad that tbelr endoavors
have been appreciated, tho parents feel
thankful that they have furnished their
children with the necessary equipments
to fit. them for life's battle, and the
right reverend bishop is proud that his
efforts everywhere are crowned with
success. A visit to the academy wus
made by the cb'rgy after the exercises
aud .an inspection of the work of the
pupils was made.
Tho clergymen besides Bishop O'Hara
who attended the oomiuoucemeut, were:
Kevs. Thorn is F. Coffey, of Carbon -dale;
P. J. McManus, Green Ridge; W.
J. McManus, Providence; R J. Walsh,
Moscow; E. J. Melley and James Mof
fat. St. John's. South Side; J. A.
O'Reilly. P. J. (iolden, M. J. Millane,
J. A. MoHugh, P. J. (i ilnnan, aud
Fathers Rosurio aud Botuli, of the
Tho decorations aud preparations at
college hall for the commencement
were very beautiful. Tho stag) had
the appearance of a woodland loene,
and before the footlights worn placed
banks of hot house plants. On eithor
."Mo were draped the starry folds of the
CLOSING OP ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL.
InUiOBtlmc Exorcises Participated iu by
The second annual commencement
of tho paroobial school of St. Paul's
parish, Green Ridge, was hold last
night iu Church hall. For many weeks
tbe pupils nmler tho direction of the
sifters rehearsed studiously for the
event. The only drawback list night
was tho lack of room iu the hall to ac
commodate the throng that had come
prepared to enjoy the programme,
Aside from this inionvenieuoo tho peo
ple were thoroughly satisfied.
Tho entrance march was played on
two pianos by Mioses Doretta Foy,
Mary Bushnell, Annie O'Malley and
Annie Backus, After a greeting glee
by Misses Doratta Foy and Annie
O'Malley, the salutatory was delivered
by Miss Catherine O'Horo, Tblsyonug
lady reflected great ability in elocution
and her stylo of composition proved
that she is well read. Much upplausi
followed her effort
Tho conferring of eerlific.tes was
then made by the venerable Kt. Rev,
Bishop O'Hara. Miss Sarah Loftus
and Catharine O'Horo were tho two
proud recipients of the certificates.
Ruv. P. J. McManus also presented
them with gold m 'dais for proficiency
i i English composition. The address
to tho pupils by the bishop, was a
fatherly exhortation, and was also tho
remarks of the pastor, Father Mc
Manus. REMAINDER OF 1'KOOIUMME.
Tho rest of tho programme is as fol
lows: Forest March, Trio Doru
Musters Henry Urat'tan, Thomas Fahoy,
Misses Helen Smith, Madeline Xalluan,
Julia Halligan, Agues Patterson.
The Waves Minims
Accompanist, -Miss Flftabotb Sweeney.
The Harvestois, Boys' Drill,
Pianist, .Miss Elizabeth Sweeney
"Sileut Influences," Essay,
Miss Sarah Loftus
Bpiuning Wheel, Song aud Recitation,
Pianist, Miss Nellie Walsh
Pantomime, 'The AngelUS," Juveniles.
Pianos Misses Nora Caddeti, Angela
Blewitt, Florence Tyler, ilury McLean.
Operetta, "Woodland lirolto," Scene 1,
Piano, Miss Lhzsbeth bweeney
"Different Staudpoluts," tssay
Miss Mary E. OHara
Humorous Interlude, Boys' Dialogue.
Cantata, "Ivy tjueeu," Seniors aud Juniors,
Accompanists Missss Anna O'Malley,
Hecitation Miss Angela Blewitt
Operetta, Scene ii.
Overture, Lustspiel Kola Bely
Misses Margaret Harrington, Doretta
Foy, Elizabeth Sweeney, Nellio
Ring exercise, (boys;
Piauo, Miss Nellie Walsh.
Operetta, Scene 3.
"Joan of Arc," recitation
Miss Mary Bushnell.
Operetta, Scene 4.
Miss Sarab Loftus,
Closing chorus, "(iood Night" Lorenz
Accompuuist, Miss Margaret Har
rington. Kotiring March,
Accompanist, Miss Margaret Har
rington. A DBMQHTVCIi OPERETTA.
The operetta which was rendered
piece-meal, as will be observed in tho
programme, was u delightful innova
tion. Tho commencement was participated
in by all tuo children of the school', and
under the churgo of the Sisters Ithe pro
gramme was carried out without a
ripple, The vast number present spoke
nothing but words of praiae of the
Tho polico will drill iu the armory this
The teachers will roceive their salaries at
10.80 this morning.
Tho Lackawanna delegation leftyostor
day afternoon for tho state c uiveutiou.
A reargument in the Carbondale annexa
tion case was refused yusterday by Judge
Hsieklah Peters, recently nppoiutod to
the police force, went on duty for tho first
time, last night.
TwCnty-one aldermen of tho county filed
tbeir bonds yesterday iu tho ollioe of l'ro
Anthony Loughuey and Miss Mary Big
lln will bo married at St. Peter's cathedral
this morning at 0.80.
City Engineer Phillips wns on tho South
fide yesterday and couferied with citi
zens about the Nineteenth ward sewer.
Tho drill companies of the "Fall of
Babylon" will meet for drill rehearsal at 4
o'clock this afturmon aud tho full
dress rehearsal will begin promptly at 1.
By a collision on ths Delaware and Hud
son Canal Company railroad at the foobof
Linden street t 0. 80 yesterday morning,
live gondolas were thrown from the track.
A good sized crowd weut to Fnrviewyes
teiduy on the excursion of the congrega
tion of tho Becond Presbyterian church.
The rain Interfered with tho enjoyment of
DemetriUI PuraaJleff, a native of Mace
donia, now a siudout of Priuoeton col
lege, will speak in the Providence Presby
terlan onuroh wis evening on tin present
social, political and religions condition of
his native land.
Drs. Ooolldge and Clark yesterday sac-co.-sruily
performed a dimoult surgical
operation npoo Mrs. Alieu N. Lsete, who,
under tiie Influence of anaesthetics for
twenty minutes, suffered no pain from tho
operation. She is doing well.
The supervisors of Old Forge township,'
backed by the auditors, have offered A re
ward of 100 for information that will load
to the arrest of Or teens Medals, tho mur
derer of Emmanuel Lora No clue to his
whereabout has yet been discovered,
Marringc licenses were yesterday grauted
by Clerk Of the Courts John II. Thomas to
Patrick PoX, of Carhoudale, aud Margaret
H, Coggins, of Olyphant; Peter Burke aud
Mary wiiknowsltj. of Scrantou; Anthony
F. Loughuey and Mary A. Bigliu, of Scrau
ton, aud William Dolau and Mary Burns,
of Scrau ton.
Subacriptions received sinco last report
by Messrs. McOhooaud McDermott on be
half of the miners on striko in tbe Pbil
lipshurg region: Old Forgo Beneficial fur.d,
150; Avocn Accidental fund, 5D; Capons !
minors, ?.'; lfooslc Accirteutal fuud, J5;
total, ?loy; previously acknowledged.
S3; grand total, S7o5.83,
Opan All Might
at Lehman's Spruce street.
An Italian Employed 011 Eluilmrst Boulevard
Killed by LiUblalng.
BOLT PASSED THROUGH HEAD
Body Vns Taken to Letchworth's
Undertaking Establishment in Dun
moro Two Houses in Dunmore
and Two on the South Side Struck
by Lightning Dnmago Done to
Culverts, Sewers and Streets by
A most severe thunderstorm visited
this city yesterday afternoon at 9
o'clock, whiah did considerable dam
age. An Italian laborer employed on
the Blmhurtt boulevard was killed by
In tho morning hours the heat was
oppressive, but only ouo cass was re
ported of a person overcome by tho
heat. That was Thomas O'Connor,
who is employed at tho South works
and resides nt Cedar avenue and Fig
street, He was prostrated while at
work and had to bo removed to his
homo, Hi condition is not serious,
About 1 :id p, m. dark clou s rolled
up from tno east, accompanied by
11 ishes of zlg z ig lightning that terri
fied women and children and did much
damage about the city an 1 its vicinity.
Soon the rain began to fall and for uu
hour it descended in torrents, flooding
sowers aud gutters aud tearing up im
An Italian laborer 00 the Elmburst
boulevard, at a paint near th ill fated
No. 0 breaker where Engineer Don
nelly was killed by tho lightning dur
ing a recent storm, whs killed yester
day. The bolt st: nek him on the top
of tho skull and bored a hole through
his hoad coming out under his shin,
Tiie body was taken in charge by Un
dertaker T. P. Litchworth, ut whose
establishment it will remain until
friends are communicated with. The
dead man's wile aud family live in
Ualy. He is apparently 40 yeurs old.
DAMAUK TO BOUSES.
The houses of John Powell and John
Rellly, on Xhroop street.' Dunmore,
were hit by lightning, The Louses stand
'J00 feot apart, and the one occupied by
the Powell family sull-re I the greater
daraige. Mrs. Powell was sevorely
shocked, but when medical assistance
reached her she was found to be out of
danger, although suffering from
hysteria. The damage to rjoth proper
ties will not go above 800. Telephone
wires were knooke 1 out of order and
many trees were killed by the current,
flie downpour of rain was unpre
cedented and the streets nt low points
wero totally 11 .oded, anil many of the
collars. It was as severo a storm as
visited Duumere 111 many years.
The home of Miciiaol Crampton at
Crown avenue and Beech street, this
city, was also struck by lightning
but no one was injured, although the
inmates of the honse were badly
frightened. Tho damage to the build
ing waa slight. Henry Fruohan's
house at SchimpH's court aud Ilirch
street wns struck by ligbtuing. Slates
were stripped off and tho roof some
DAMAGE BY WATER.
A. large quanty of filliug at the Pltts
tou avenue culvert was carried away
aud many streets on the South Side
were badly torn up. At Wyoming
avenii9 and Liudeu street and Adams
avenue and Linden street great bodies
of turfaco water formed, which cov
ered the sidewalks.
The I'helpg street lateral sewer be
came blockaded and the water formed
to a depth of soveral feet at Washing
ton avenue and Phelps slmst, slightly
damaging the property of Neal ltuddy
and Daniel Kullagber. Tbe efforts of
property owners to keep the sewers
open prevented a gonernl flooding of
property in tho neighborhood.
MR. FELLOWS TALKS AGAIN.
Says Chairman P, well'j Action Eadan
gora the Farty'a ! Interasts.
Ex-Mayor John II. Fellows was
asked by a TbOUNE reporter yesterday
what action would bo taken by tbe
lU'piiuiican committeemen who pe
titioned Chairman Powell to call a
meeting June 111) for tho purpose of de
ciding on a date for tho county conven
tion. "A majority of the committee," said
Mr. Fellows, "signed tho petition and
no matter what Mr. Powell's opinion
may bo individually, he has nothing to
stand upon while iguoriug the request,
He is nelthor the autocrat nor the
whole of the committee and wbou ho
re 'uses to maintain tho wishes of the
majority he jeopardizes the best inter
ests of his put ty.
"The statement tiiat Boveral signers
endeavored to retract their uutiou bu
fore Mr. Powell stands iu its owu light.
Consider the perBounlity of these men
and then consider the statement that
they are two-faced. It is idle. "
THE COUNTY EXAMINATION.
Pupilo Who Wora Awarded Diplomas
for Prruoincy In 6tudl-a.
On Saturday. June 16, a final ex
amination was held at Liberty hall, in
this city, for pupils Iu county schools
who had completed the common
branches. The examination was con
ducted by County Superintendent Tay
lor, assisted I y Professors M. W. Cum
mjngs, E, D. Bovard, H. H, Martin, O.
A. Gay und P. It. Coyne. At an 111
journed meeting held lu the court
house, yesttrday, the committee
finished marking the papers and
H a m mocks
Extra b;z with Pillow,
$2 WORTH $3
Iir.Bpberry Vinegar and Syrup, 25o.
bottle; largo bottles Lime Juice,
350. bottle. Lunch Salmon, Pickled
Oysters, Clams and Lobster, all
perfect goods, Baked Uonns, I Oo.
The ideal Tempsranss Drink, Ovej
5,500.000 bottles sold in London in
Buy Your Berries NOW.
E. G. COURSER
429 Lacka. Ave.
awarded diplomas and certificates of
All those who made an averairs of
80 pr cent, (no mark being low0r than
05 per cent.), were awarded the com
mon school diploma. Oat of the
thirty-six candidates, fourteen were
successful. They are as follows, given
In the order of their rank in the class:
First, Mabel U. Brans, of Dickson
City; second, Mary A. Noalou, of Oly
phant; third, Anna Colvin, of North
Ahitigton; fourth Katie Holphin, of
Dickson City; fifth, Mary Flynn, of
Wlnton 1 sixth, Nellie Murphy, of Oljr-
phant; seventh, Sarah Buddy, of O.y
pliant; eighth, Lillian 1' timer, of Dick
son; ninth, Mary N. Scull, of Elakely;
tenth, Amy Williams, of Msytisld;
eleventh, Hutu A Gardner, of Mos
cow; twelfth, Mary (Jromwell, of
Clark's Gtreeni thirteenth, Jennie IT.
Dick, of Moosic; fourteenth, Alice
Cm:..:., of Mavlield.
To other members .f tho class certifi
cates Were granted, showing their
standing in each braucli. Honorable
mention is made of the following mem
hers of the class, each of wiiom made
an average ot 75 pr cent, or more:
Jennie Williams, Annie Dawler, SiUie
Price, Jeaiiie Morgan, Sophie Siuipkins,
Blith Watklns, Lutle Johnson, Auuie
Joyce aud Susie Harris.
MICHAEL EARLY FOUND GUILTY.
Will Spend One Year and Eight
Months in the Penitentiary.
Tobey Case Still on Trial,
Michael Early, the young man nc
cnted of robbing Quiseppe Calabiso,
was found guilty by the jury. His
attorney, H. L. Taylor, made a strong
plea for clemenoy, and Judge Arch
bald then Imposed tin sentence of ore
year and eight months at hard labor in
the E.stern penitentiary, El zi Zing
did not appear to proseoute Catharine
Zoti), and the costs w in placed On her.
Thomas Coyne and Michael Coyne,
of Minooka, were indicted for aggra
vated assault and battery on Mrs. Mar
tin Coy 110, of tiio 3am place. It was a
quarrel that arose at a wedding and
the parlies aro all friends. Through
the udvico of tb"ir attorneys a plea of
guilty wus made Mid thereupon t lie de
fen lantt wore seutonced to pay u fine
of $0 and costs and thirty d ivs iu jail.
The cases against Frank Leader and
Walter D Frank for larceny by bailie
were quashed and tho costs placed on
George R ipncinus was charged I y
Constable Philip Williams, of Dickson
City, with assault and baltery. He
was foil ,d guilty and a-jntouaod to a
tine of ftO and costs. The jury found
Eoword Humphries uot guilty but di
rected him to pay two-thirds of the
Msry I? ichmin n - J her hutbindHs T
man Usobmsn for using "striking"
srgumsnts one evening at their home.
The costs wen divided. The case
against Tony Literas, of the
WestSide, for keeping a disor
derly house in which Chief Simp
sou Was prosecutor took up the after
noon. The jury had not returned with
a verdict at adjournment.
The charge against Jewelor Charles
L. Tobey for receiving siolan goods
was discuss';. 1 all of yesterday before
Judge Purdy, of Wayne couuty.
Qracd Vacation Kxcureion to Niagara
On Thursday, June SSth, the Erie liaes
will run a personally conducted excursion
to Buffalo and the flri-at Cataract ot Ni
agara, all'ordiug one of the grandest vaca
tion sight-seeing trip - for school teachers,
scholnrs and the general public ever or
ganized at extremely low rates. Tne
train composed of the best day coaches
will reach the Falls at 4 p. m., aud return
following day, June lil'th, leaving rft 4. p.
m. and liulTalo city station at 4.:l p. m.
Train will leave Carbondale at &80 a. m.
Bound trip only ja.oij Children between
five and twelve years oue-h ilf of the
abovo rate. Leave Scrautou via D. & H,,
at 5.40 a. m.
Popular FricMs to Prevail
If there is ono thitig moro than nnother
that the Caledonian club, of this city,cxcel
in, it is in luuuing everything in connec
tion with their games, which nre to be
hold nt Laurel Hill park on July 4, It is
ponular prices, The admission to see, we
might Well say With Barnum, "the great
est show on earth,'' is only 88 cents. The
grand stand is only 15 cents, while the
dancing until ti O'clock is free. Surely these
are popular prices and then to rap the
climax the grand pionifl in the evening is
only to b 10 cents. Everything of the
best, prices and all.
Tho Graen Ridge Wheelman
Will give a lawn festival at their club
houjo on Wyoming avenue on Friday even
ing, June 29. Tho Lawrence baud Will be
present and discourse excellent music dur
lug the evening A hearty iuvitatiou is
extended to all to attend.
I Heiaby Uivn Notice
to all hotels, restaurants, drug stores and
speak oasies to secure their government
tax on or before June 80, iv.14, and avoid
penalty. WlLMAD LHAIQ,
Deputy Revenue Collector,
Father Aunt's Picnic,
Wednosday, 'JTth Jane, at Central Park
All refreshments of the teason. Dancing,
Kame. slmotiug gallery, ten-pin-alley, and
all attractions ot similar (iccfednim. Mimic
by Uuuth's band and the Gipsy orchestra.
to Date. .
We have Artistic
Designs in Wed
ding Gifts and all
the Latest Novel
ties. W. W. BERRY, Jeweler
417 LACKA. AVE,
Best Sets of Teeth,$S00
Including ths painless extracting
of tuolh by uu entirely new prtf
SjSSS, S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
1UO it). li U AVI-
DIuslo Bozaa Exclusively.
Pest made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Gautschi & Sons., nianufaoturera,
1030 Chestnut atroet, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, only 5 and $10.
Specialty Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new muos.
'Tla the season now, Wo have the
finest lino iu the city.
F"rom SOc. to $13.
H. BATTIN &Co.
I26 P-nn Ave., Scrnnton.
WE . . . .
128 Wyoming Ave.
Thnt the natural outlines of the foot should he preserved
rather than interfered with; if yon believe in comfort and
fit as well as style ; if you believe in shapely shoes fur shape
ly lcet; if yon want service, then put your money, as well as
your feet, in our shoes.
We show and soli tho grandest and greatest lina of
Tootwear tliat ever adorned and protected ths feminine or
Ladies' Beautiful Eussot Tipped
Oxfords, all sizes,
Ladies xtra Quality Eusset
Misses' Best Quality Russet Goat,
spring heel, button,
Child's Extra Quality Tatent
Leather Tipped, button,
137 AND 139
lliMl UJJUIIUIW I
S. L. GALLEN.
EEMEMBER--Every purchaser of 81 worth or over receives a chance on
the Beautiful PARLOR SUIT.
Who have found experience to bo a dear
teacher; especially is this' true in buying
SHOES. When your experience teaches you,
that you can buy BETTER SHOES of us than
at any other place, then we will have your
3hoe trade. Our shoes won't cost you any
more than other shoes not so good.
Russet Shoes of Every
YOU CANNOT RESIST THEM.
What we refer to principally are:
Ladies' Suits, from 85 cents up.
Ladies' Shirt Waists, from 25 cents up.
Child's Straw Sailors, 25 cents up.
Men's Yeddo Straw Hats, ventilated, 75 cents.
(Bettor than then snld elsewhere at s inn prlos.)
Men's Yeddo Straw Hats, 65 cents each.
Men's Laundried Outing Shirts (two separate col
lars). $1 each.
Boys' Sweaters (two colors), 50 cents each.
A splendid assortment of White Parasols.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LAOEAWANNA AVE-
This time we offer a $2.00
Leghorn Hat for
Iiemsmber this is the Quest Leghorn
Silk Poppies for 10 cents a
50 different styles of Flow
for 10 cents a spray.
In our CLOAK DEPART
MENT we will sell a $6
Coat for $2.98.
Capes for $1.98.
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits
for $4.98, worth $8.
STORED snd INSURED
IF ALTEKKD HY
US, FREE OF CHARGE
Luring the Summer.
138 Wyoming Ave.
next dime bank.
Men's best grade Casco Calf, lano
and Congress, London and
Men's extra quality Russia Calf,
hand welt, lace and Congress,
Youths' extra quality B Calf,
lipped, button and bals,
Infants' best quality Tan and Red