The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 23, 1896, Page 5, Image 5

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Pure and
Baking Powder,
Bread and cake raised with it keep their freshness and
flavor. The reason is, the leavening power comes from
pure cream of tartar and soda, nothing else whatever.
Receipt book free. Send sump and address. . Cleveland Baking Pcwdcr Cfe, New York.
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Ave.
nirrrv 1 i r rfct
Washington Avenue. .
3i8 Penn Ave.
The most com
plete stock of
Special Patterns
mad; strictly
private to us for
"Join the nines."
Rulhven., the lecturer, did not tnlk
In I leers' hall last evening according to
Ills announcement.
A barn belonging to a Mr. I'fhuler. of
Petersburg, was totally destroyed by
tire Saturday night.
Mrs. Ann Lennon. of Dun more, aged
71 years, died at 2 o'clock yesterday
morning. Funeral notice will nppear
Mis. Philip Klley. of Heech street.
wnn badly burned about the face and
hnnds Saturday night in trying to
smother llames on her clothing.
The fact that not a single accident
nor robbery has been reported after the
big Jams of the past two days, speaks
volumes for the elllclent work of Chief
Simpson and his men.
Mrs. Klla Devaney has sued the Cnr
bondale Rapid Transit company for
fi-JO damages, because of the death of
her husband, a mall-carrier, who was
recently killed by one of the company's
Thomas W. Ferguson, the one-month-old
son of Joseoh J. Ferguson, of KM
Fifth nvenue. died yesterday. The fu
neral will be held tomorrow afternoon
nt 2 o'clock. Interment In Hyde Park
Thomas Lance, Fred Almes ami
Michael Duillsh, who were arrested last
night In u Luzerne street hotel, where
they were holding a cock light, were
lined : each In police court Salurduy
Theodore, aged 2 years and two
nnths, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
liutdtck, of Chinchilla, died yesterday.
The funeral will be held tomorrow af
ternoon at 2 n nock, interment will lie
made In Forest Hill cemetery.
The executive committee of the Trl
Cotinty Christian Kndeavor union met
Saturday afternoon in the Young Men's
Christian association. It was deoided
that the annual convention slinll be
held on Friday, May 22. in Pittston.
A great dial of attention Is being
r.ttracted by an engraving from Un
original "Le Christ Aux Angels." a fa
mous picture In tile 1'itiis Musee u
Louvre, In the display window of S. O.
Keer, Son & Co., M8 Lackawanna ave
nue. The closing entertainment of the st a
tion will be given at the Railroad Young
Men's Christian association on Monday
evening. March 23. at 8 o'clock by the
Kallroad Male chorus, assisted by local
talent. Admission will be free to mem
bers and their families.
Last week's exchanges at the Scran
ton Clearing house were ns follows:
March 18. $H2,X!.01 : March 17, $I22.B3.
64; March IS, hi4.85.42: March lir..
(KHI.81: March 20. $sr..4O.I4; March 21.
.!KKI..i0r total. $W8.:,72.4.'. Clearings
for the week ending March 2:i, 1MO,
AC a recent meeting of Acme lodee.
' No. . 228, Hrotherhood of locomotive
Firemen, resolutions of sorrow were
adopted on the death of Milton. Hon
Her, a late member. The resolutions
were prepared uy a committee consist
ing of J. CI. Burnett, It. S. (Jillingham,
j. Kearney, committee.
Iil A. ,1. amlh ( TC . . .
Saturday evening at 6 o'clock at the
residence of Theodore von Storch, lr,i)9
North Main avenue. Services will he
held at ' the house this afternoon at
4.:iU. The remains will be taken on the
2.3. a. m. Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western railroad tomorrow morning to
Hume, N. Y., for Interment.
An Illustrated lecture. "Through the
Anthracite Regions With a Kodak.'
will be given at the rooms of the Young
Houses for Sale and for Rent.
' If youconteraplatepurchsslngorless
lag house, er want te Is vest In a lot,
see the Hsts of desirable property en
page a e The Tribune. ,
f i t
Men's Christian assoclalton tomorrow
evening by A. K. Sloan. The slide
used In the sfereoptlcon have been pre
pared by Mr. Sloan himself, and con
sist of fine interior view of coal mines.
A Bllver offering will be received at
the door.
William Williams, n Lounger, Died Before)
tlio Ambulance (teached lllm-llemmor-
lingo Caused His Death.
Williuni Wllliums. a lounger and of
whom little Is known, was found dying
in the rear of Ackermnn's wholesale
grocery establishment about 6 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. lie died before
the arrival of a Lackawanna hospital
ambulance. Coroner Lnngstreet, as
sisted by Dr. I Penny packer, made a
post-mortem examination of the body,
which left no doubt tliut death was
caused by hemoii'liuge of the lungs, and
u verdict to tills effect wus returned by
a Jury Impaneled by the coroner.
Williams has relatives In Philadel
phia from w hich city lie went to Wilkes-
Hurre luss than a year ago and worked
In several fruit and commission houses.
A few months ago he Came to Scranton
and for a time worked for Cleveland 4
Koheits. commission 'merchants For
several weeks, however, he had been
doing a Job w herever he could find one
and leading a hand-to-mouth existence.
Someone told I'litmlmun Way on
Laiku wanna avenue yesterday after
noon that a man in 'he rear of Acker-
nan's store wns lying 111 and bleeding
from the mouth. VThen the olllcer
reached Williams lie was only sulll-
clently conscious to ask for water. An
ambulance call was sent to the Lacka
wanna hospital, but before it arrived
he man wus dead. Coroner Longstreet
v as notitieil and he directed that the
body should be taken to Kaub's under
tuklng rooms on Spruce street, where
the post-mortem was made and Inquest
held at S o'clock.
Charles J. foray, a hoy employed by
the Industrial News, testified that a
nioiun ago ne picked Williams up In
the street. Williams was bleeding from
i lie mouth. He had a bottle of liquor in
his pocket.
(Icorge Archbald. a cabman, testified
that Williams had done odd jobs about
his barn. Further than this he knew
nothing about him.
i lie post-mortem showed that Will-
lams was suffering from an advanced
stage of consumption. The verdict was
that death resulted from hemorrhnire
of the lungs due to a rupture of an i
Williams was rather below a medium 1
size, had a red moustache, was shabbily
dressed and seemed to be about 3", years
old. The Philadelphia Police will be
notified of his death, and if the body Is
not soon claimed. It will be Interred at '
the expense of the city.
Sentences Imposod on the I'snal Number
ofSundnv rnfnrtnnatc.i.
Afrtcrnftin Millar yesterday found the
usual number of police pick-ups wait
ing in the centra! police station for
their cases to be heard.
Martin Ryan, 22 years old. a North
Knd miner, was charged with being
drunk and disorderly and breaking a
colored window glass in the night
lunch wagon at the Valley house cor
ner. He had been arrested by Patrol
man May. A $r fine, which Included
$2 for the gluss and $3 for his conduct,
was imposed. - v
Kntiy yesterday morning Frank
Dalley, a bum, was begging on Wash
ington avenue. He threatened bodily
Injury to one man who refused him
money and the circumstance was re
ported to Patrolman Hlock who found
Dalley loitering near the Federal build-
lug and arrested him while growling ,
Imprecations against another person
who had refused him money. Dalley
was not over-penitent and was given
thirty davs in jail.
Frank Langan, of Ninth street, came
home Saturday afternoon considerable
the worse for wear and liquor. He, was
in u lighting mood and when his wife
wouldn't tight with him, began smash
ing the furniture. Patrolmen Kvans
and Marker arrested him. He was
held In SJ00 bull to explain his conduct
In court.
"A Jack of All Trade
Is Master of
Nunc." j
A very true saying and one which i
apply very truly to the cloak business.
The whole time ami attention of I
Francis Fltzgibbon and his manager Is
given to this one branch of the bnsl- j
neM. and It is no wonder that his offer-
In its ,-vcel uil other in th,,.- little
qualities that go to make tin u perfect
garment. There are a thousand and
one things to be lookfd after In the se
lection of cloaks and suits, and one's
whole time must he devoted to it. The
above house of all the houses In this
city Is ulnne able to devote all its en
ergy In securing Just (he right things
at just the VlgM vvWn " li.
a grand mistake when Ih-v fall to call
on this empoiium of fashion. Their
opening Is announced for Saturday.
March 28, In the Burr building.
Services Held at the House of His Brother.
J. S. .MeAmiltT.
The funerel of Rev. O. H. McAnulty
was held Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the home of his brother. J. S.
McAnulty, corner of Linden street and
Madison avenue. Rev. Dr. W. H.
Pearce, of Elm Park church, officiated
and was esslsted by Rev. Dr. L. C.
Floyd, of the Simpson Methodist Epls-
copal church. The singln? was by the
Kim Park quartette under the dlrec-
tlon of Professor Pennington.
The pall-bearers were Captain W. A.
May. Mayor W. L. Council. C. R. Con-
nell. G. F. Reynolds. Arja Williams and
W. H. Peck. Interment was made In
Forest Hill cemetery.
l.nster Milliner.
Next Wednesday. Thursday and Fri
day Mrs. Humphrey Bradley, will dis
play all the new Ideas In Easter mil
linery. The ladles nre Invited to make
an Inspection, 206 Adams avenue, op
posite court house.
M. A. Frledlander ft Co. announce
their soring opening In their new mil
linery parlor, 608 Spruce street. Former
ly occupied by G. W. Owens, Wednes
day and Thursday, Mnrch 25 and 26,
when they will display a choice and se
lect assortment of pattern hats and
Organs at half price. Guernsey Bros.
m t
Plllsbury's Flour mi::s have a capao
tty of 17.500 barrel a day.
REED In Scranton, March 20, 1896.
Robert Reed, aged 69 vears, at his
home, 2407 North Main avenue. Fu
neral Monday at 1 o'clock. Interment
, Forest Hill cemetery.
Justice Shlras, Jmlflcs Huff inn ton and
Actaeson Will Preside.
The Anna Dickinson Casa May
suae Whole Week The A.
n. Williams Case en the
l.lst-Tho Prisoners.
The flitted States circuit and dis
trict courts will convene this morning
in the Federal building, where Justice
tleorge Shlras. Jr., of the Cnlted States
Supreme court, and Judge Bufllngton
and Judge Acheaon will respectively
Cnlted States Marhal Walker, of
Pittsburg, and Deputy Marshal Rob
ling, of this city, reached here Satur
day night with almost a score of pris
oners. The court officers are: Harry
Hall, . United States district attorney;
S. R. Griffiths and tleorge Wurzell. as
sistants; William T. Llndsey. clerk,
and A. J. Colborn, jr., deputy clerk.
Among the cases on the trial list are
those in which the following arc de
fendants: DcLa Green, Charles N.
Fox. A. G. Tllllnghast, Sterling Mc
Cully und llurton Winters and A. D.
Anderson. The case against Tllllng
hast Is for the securing of fraudulent
pensions: the case against Fox Is for
counterfeiting, other cases of inter
est to Scran'onlans will be the Anna
Dickinson case nnd Traders' bank
against A. R. Wllliums. The session
will probably consume two weeks, as
the Dickinson case al.'iie may occupy
Judge Acheson's time for nearly a week.
Following are the names of the jur
ors :
J. K. Illlllngsly. S. G. Riant-hard.
Simon Brown. William fames, Porter
Carpenter. Thomus B. Claffey. H. B.
Cooper. C. V. Elliot. Perry M. Glelm, F.
A. Hayes. William Kilchbaum. J. II.
Kllgore, M. K. Koster. 11. IV Love, Leon
J. Long, William J. Maher. Wrlgnt Mc
Eiinully. F. E. Peltnn, William S. Reed,
It. F. Shefller. James S. Sherry, J. H.
Thomas and W. J. White.
William Allison, W. P. Atkinson,
James S. Butler, Harvey Boyd, Charles
M. Rrlggs, John N. Confer. Nlnean
Cooper, Bernard Coyle. II. C. Duffleld, i
R. S. Elliot, Charles B. Early, C. S. j
Fowler, Jr., Benjamin Forsythe. George i
W. Farver, D. Fortney, Charles r.
Goetmau. E. W. Gruham, A. C. Hop-
kins, W. H. Ilackenburg, J. C. Humll
ton, Thonins Holt. E. S. Hendrlck. I'
J. King. James L. Knox, Jumes T.
Ketchledge, William Kennedy, James
J. Lamberson, Nicholas Leuschen, R.
II. McLaren. James P. McCrea. P. J.
MeCauley, N. C. Cullough, Kennedy
Marshall. D. M. Morris. John L. Mor
rison, John P. Norton. James M. Owens,
William Patterson, Charles A. Qitig
!'. David Reams, IJ. F. Rhodes. W'll-
Ham Raynier, Walter Sherwood. John
M. Shlra, Walter H. Smltn. K. it
Townsend, J. W, Van Volkenburg and
W. A. Young.
Nearly all the court olllclals and Jury
men reached here Saturday night or on
the three lust night's Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western trains. Many
Jurymen from nearby points have not
arrived, but will come on this morning's
trains. The Judges and other court of
llelals are at the Wyoming.
lie Takes Kxceptlon to Three of the l our
Criticisms of the Board of Trado
The recent criticism of the Scranton
Traction company system which was
Included In a report of the pilic safety
committee of the bonrd of trade has
called forth the following communica
tion from J. P. Illsley, the company's
The Scranton Traction company,
Scranton, Pa., March 21, 18.
To th Citizens of Scranton:
My attention has been called to the
report of a committee of the board of
trade upon the aiTuirs of this company,
saying upon investigation, etc., "It finds
several objections to the present sys
tem, but deems It wise to mention but
four of them at this time."
Now it Is fair play for a committee
representing such an important body to
make an Investigation, without consult'
ing either the manager of the company
or any of Its otllcers, and discussing
such suggestions as would, In their
opinion, he to the Interest of the public,
and ascertain how thev could be car
lied out? For whatever conduces to
the Interest of the public In getting from
one portion of the city to another is for
the interest of this company, and any
suggestion made to the manager will
be thankfully received, frankly dis
cussed, and, If practicable, carried into
The first suggestion. "An Insufficient
number of cars at certain hours." he
would show could not in nil cases be
avowed until lie nail the authority trom
tn,e ',!?r t0 1,1,11(1 ncl.iltli.nnl tracks
nh"r "! Pcnt tracks at those hours
' rowded to their full capacity.
. l"'"n '". r" WaH rer'
tn th," Vrt of the company,
UH J1"' w,,m ,s l,'m1 'lostroy the cars
and motors very rapidly, but In winter
weather, on the heavy grades of this
'lty. so many become Hat that all that
can be done is to be constantly renew
ing them, which Is being done.
The third, about the landing of pas
sengers at the terminals of the routes,
he could chiinge If desired by the larg
er number of passengers carried: but
J'lH.": f hnlon " la-
J,T'iy, .'l?.1" , " V'?r.h ,.hr ,,eBO!1,t, ,,,,r-
iiiiiiui u,. an unrri u muir ua innitf,
In answer to the fourth suggestion.
'I can only r fer to the rules of the
company, where conductors are held re
sponsible for any rough or profane
language upon the cars, which rules
are open for Inspection to anyone desir
ing to see them, nnd which nre rigidly
enforced. But It Is Impossible for the
manager to know of the 20.000 pas
sengers enrried dally upon the cars how
many used profane language or were
Intoxicated, unless some one Convers
; ant with the fuct Informs him. and
j whenever such information Is sent to
him measures are promptly taken to
j remedy the evil but In no instance has
! a report ever been made of a conductor
I being profane or Indecent.
' The rules of the company are framed
, to promote good order and nrotect the
j rights and feelings of all its patn ns.
and we ask the assistance of the public
; to aid in enforcing them. The general
manager is always ready to employ
the strong arm of the law whenever
occasion justifies, as what the company
desires Is good order, however obtained.
J. P. Illsley, president.
Mutual Benefit Association lloljs Its
Second Annual Klectlon.
The annual meeting and election of
the Scranton TeacheiB' Mutual Benefit
association was held Saturday morning
In the board of control rooms In the
city hall. Superintendent of Schools
Howell, president of the association,
presided and reviewed the grst year of
the association's existence.
Reports were made by Miss Lees, the
secretary, and Treasurer Stone, of No.
3 school. The treasurer's report showed
the year's Income to have been 1263.(4
and disbursements $:15.8S. -
Offlcera were chosen as follow's: Pres
idents, George W. Howell; vice presi
dent. Miss Chase; secretary. Miss Lees;
treasurer, Professor Stone. With the
above who will act on the board the
following additional trustees were
elected: J. E. O'Malley, H. L. Bur-
dick. J. V. HawkCr, 'L. E. Penman.
Anna Malta and Kllen Webb.
During the year one member was sick
and one death ix-curred. A mammoth
excursion of school children fur the
benefit of the association will be held
some time- next summer. '
Thieves Gain' Access to the Safe of At
torney G. 1. Taylor.
Thieves entered the law office of At
torney Oeorge D. Taylor in Liberty hall
during Friday night or early Saturday
morning. They gained access to the
office through a sky-light. The safe
door had been left unlocked, which per
mitted the visitors to ransack the con
tents. The papers were of a great deal
of value to the owner, but It could not
be stated by Attorney Taylor Saturday
that any of the documents were taken,
although they were scattered promiscu
ously about the office.
That same' nlsht a fruit stand kept
by an Italian near Liberty hall was
entered and a ouantity of fruit and
cigars taken. No arrests have been
made. It is supposed both Jobs were
the work of novices.
6RI$HK,r.3 HELD.
Coroner's Jury Hnds lllin. Responsible
for .Mick lis' Death.
An attempt to bribe witnesses at Sat
urday, night's coroner's Inquest Into
the death of John Mick us had its in
fluence, prouubly. In causing a verdict,
which holds John (irislika responsible
for his felloiv-Pnlandor's death. The
new evidence heard by the Jury was not
convincing In its expllcltness. but it was
very dnmuclng in its contradiction, so
much so that Coroner LoiiRstreet wus
satisfied that Orlshku was u murderer,
and he told the Jury so.
The jury required only a few min
utes to return their verdict to the effect
that a blunt Instrument In the hands
of (liishku had caused Mickus' death.
The jurors were Oeorge W. Keyes, M.
S. Matthews. J. l. Howell, Kvan J. Ev
ans. R. F. Mellon and Alfred O. Pace.
Mlckus' dead body was found with
Its forehead and face beaten almost to
a jelly lying beneath a Delaware,
lickawannu and Western culvert near
the Tripp homestead last Wednesday
morning. Ciishkn, with blood stains
on the luoel and skirt of his light col
ored overcoat, was esnied among the
crowd of curious spectators surrounding
the body while Coroner Longstreet was
conducting his Investigation, and as he
did not satisfactorily answer the coro
ner's questions about the blood stains,
; he was placed under arrest.
me attempt to orioe witnesses was
made by relatives of Mrs. Mlckus,
whose fondness for Grishka. It Is be
lieved, really led up to the crime. Their
efforts, were detected In the corridor by
Deputy t-'oroner Dr. Pennypacker out
side the arbitration room, where the
inquest, which wus continued from
Wednesduy night, was being held.' He
reported the occurrence to the coroner.
The bribers were not aoorehended, but
the circumstance was admitted in the
testimony of Willlum Hlack and An
drew (iordon, two witnesses who had
been approached.
It had been expected thatome con
clusive evidence would be heard show
ing that Mlckus and (Jrishka were out
together during the night of the mur
der, but County Detective Leyshon, It
was found, hud been unable to secure
such testimony. It was shown, how
ever, that Mlckus, his wife and their
lodge:'. (Irlshka, hud quarreled the
night of the murder.
Mis. Mlckus was the piincioal wit
ness. She made contradiction upon
contradiction of the time her husband
or (liishka left the house, and of the
hour they ate supper, but admitted that
Mlckus was angry and slightly intoxi
cated when he left
Previously she hud admitted to Coun
ty Detective Leyshon that the overcoat
on which the blood stains hnd been
found was worn by Rtishka the night
Mlckus met his death, although (liish
ka avers he had not worn the coat from
March II), pay day at the Krisbln mine,
until the day on which the body was
Johnnie Mickus, the 10-year-old son
of Mickus, and a stepson of Mrs. Mick
us, testified that he was awake in bed
Tuesday night and heard his father
und Mrs. Mickus q'uurreling.
A number of other witnesses were
sworn. Their testimony, while throw
ing no light on the occurrences of Tues
duy night, in some Instances went to
show '.hut Mickus and his wife quar
reled constantly, and that (irlshka was
the cause of the trouble.
It aopeared that the nature of the
verdict was largely caused by Mrs.
Mickus' avowal that the garment that
was blood stained on Wednesday, was
worn by (irislika Tuesday night: by
Urishka's avowal that he did not wear
the coat until Wednesday, and by the
discovery of the attemnt to bribe the
His Death at tho llbt Springs Was tin
tircly I'ncxpcctcd.
John II. llosle. son of John Hosle. a
i Scranton coal operator, died at the Ar
kansas Hot Springs Saturday. He
left Scranton a month ago on a bus!
ness trip in company with E. P.Muck
low' and was In good health when he
left here." Ills remains reached Scran
ton last night. The funeral will take
low and was In good health when he
place tomorrow ufK'rnoon at 2 o'clock
at the home of ,S. R. Price, 177 Wash
ington avenue. Interment will be
made in the Duuniore cemetery.
The family here learned of Mr. 1 Jo
ule's Illness a week ago, when his wife
and her father. W. W. Alton, were
summoned by telegram to Hot Springs.
Mr. iiosie was n coal operator. He
was n proiiier of James P. Hosle and
.Mrs. S. B. Price.
II. C. Hlnnman, of the Scranton
woodworking company, uddressed the
nfternoon gospel meeting of the Rail
read branch of the Young Men's Chris
tian association.
Rabbi Biodsky. of New York cltv
lectured in the afternoon In the Penn
avenue synagogue on Rabtil Isaac, who
uicii in uusslu recently.
Miss Luella Pearce led the after
noon's gospel meeting of the Young
.wen s 1 nnsnun association.
KellRlous services were held at the
Simon Baptist church (colored). 41
Wyoming avenue, over tlulherts's
music store, at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
I or St Luke's Kindergarten.
St. Luke's kindergarten, of 713 Cedar
avenue, will be the beneficiary of the
musicale to be given this year on Thurs
day evening In Easter week, at Young
Men's Christian association hall, by
the Saturday Morning club, conducted
by Mr. J. Willis. Conant. It Is hoped
that the friends composing Die large
audience, 'who have formerly had the
pleasure of listening to this amateur
organization by invitation, will show
by their patronage this season their
appreciation not only of the good music
rendered by the club, but of the gen
erous spirit which prompted the mem
bers to give their entertainment for
Second-hand grand upright pianos
but slightly used. Best makes. Cheap
at Guernsey Bros. .
Spring Opening. '
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14 josepn, uavirn or jcokiiis granu
spring opening ni miuiuery will occur
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March
26, 27 and 28, at 427 Spruce street.
Spring Milliner Opening.
Next Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day at Mrs. Humphrey Bradley's, 206
Adams avenue, opposite court, house.
Coininanderics to He Here us Or
Complete Present List of Expected Cora-
nandertcs-Parad Will Be Well
Worth Witnessing Many State
Notables Will Be Here.
When It Is considered that from
10.000 to 13,000 strangers, a number
equal to about one-tenth the popula
tion of the city, will be here during the
conclave of the gr;nd commandery.
Knights Templar, in May It may be un
derstood why the executive committee
representing the two Scranton com-
manderles has been for two months
preparing for the event.
so far thirty-four of the seventy
four commanderies In the state have
given official notice that they will be
present as bodies, and quarters have
been engaged for their 2,060 members.
The parade of Tuesday, May 26, is
the feature of the conclave that will
of course most Interest the general
public. It would Interest them more
If Its great proportions were appre
ciated and Its beauty as a spectacle
were known. Your ordlnury proces
sion of struggling organizations is not
a thing to attract the eye. but the mar
tial tread of well orgunized and well
drilled commanderies of Knights Tern-.
plur, the plumes and silver and gold
lace and band upon band of music
all these will prove a spectacle worth
With the commanderies there will
be In line ut least twenty-three bands.
The number of eir knights In line will
be at least 2.000, und In addition it Is
estimated there will be 500 unattached
sir knights who will attend the con
clave as delegates from forty-four
commanderies not present as organi
Up to the present the following com
manderies have given formal notifica
tion that they will be here and quarters
huve been obtained for them; the list
also contains mention of the bands that
win come:
Allentown Allen Xa. 20, 7.1 Knights.
Hloonisburg CuiKuile No. IS. 3v Knights.
Chester Chester No. Wi, 411 Knights,
Curbomlale Palestine No. 14, 50 Knights,
Danville-Calvary No. S7, 30 Knights,
Kaston Hugh lie Paj-ene No. IS, 100
knights, bund.
Ureat Bend Great Bend No. 27. 30
Hazleton Mt. Vernon No. 73, 40 Knights.
l.uneuMter Lancaster No. 13, 75 Knights.
l.ock Haven Hospitaller No. 41;, 41)
Knights, band.
N'oi-ristown Hutchinson No. 32, 50
Knights, band.
Philadelphia Philadelphia No. 2, 00
Knights, Mozart bund; St. John's No. 4.
150 Knights, band; Kudosh No. 21, 1.0
Knights, band; .Mary No. 3ti, J50 Knights.
Sunbury Military band; St. Alhan's No.
47: 70 Knights, band; Corinthian Chus
seuis No. 53 (mounted), 50 Knights; Ken
sington No. 51, Ui Knights, hand; Penn
sylvania No. 7, HO Knights, band.
Phetilxville Jerusalem No. J3, 3o
1'lttston Wyoming Valley No. 37, 30
Knights, band. .
Pottsvllle Constnntlne No. 41.
Heading Reading No. 42, 75 Knights;
De .lolay No. 9, 75 Knights, Uermaniu
Serunton Coeur de Lion No. 17. HW
Knights, Bauer's bund: Mellla No. US. 50
Knights, Lawrence bund.
Susquehanna St. Andrew No. 7ii, 4u
Knights, bund,
Towanda Northern No. Ill, 73 Knights,
Tunkhannock Temple No. CO, CO
Knights, band.
I'nlontown Cnlonton-n No. 47.
Wllkes-Burre-Dleii de Vent Xo. 45, 100
Knights, Ninth Regiment bund.
Wauhlngtoii Jacques de Molay No. 3.
Wllllamsport Baldwin II Xo . 22, 30
Knights, bund.
York (iethsemune and York No. 21, 50
Knights. ,
The parade will be headed by Grand
Commander Edward Spencer, of Phil
adelphia, and his staff of fifteen or more
appointive and elective officers, and
several past grand commanders, all
mounted. All the Sir Knights in the
parade will not be members of the
(rand commandery, which organiza
tion includes, only past commanders
and eminent commanders. Each Sir
Knight of the Grand commandery may
be distinguished by a maltese cross,
worn at the side of the chapeau and
by his gold colored accoutrements and
uniform trimmings. The other Sir
Knights' uniforms are sliver trimmed
and a passion cross Instead of a mal
tose Is worn on the chapeau.
Among the notables Who will be here
nre: Governor Hnstlngs, past com
mander of the Constant commandery
at Bellefonte; Congressman J. H. Cod
ding, of Towandu; Congressman Irving
P. Wanger. of Noriistown: General J.
P. S. Giibin and Superintendent of Po
lice Robert Linden, of Philadelphia:
ex-Postmaster McKean, of Pittsburg;
Congressman Lelseniing. Luzerne; Jus
tice W. II. Williams, Wellsboro: Dis
trict Attorney G. S. Graham, Phila
delphia; Judge George H. Otiady, of the
Superior court.
From 6 o'clock Monday evening until
Wednesday night, when the conclave
ends, reception upon reception and fete
upon fete will be held by the command
eries individually.
Death of .Mrs. J. W. Hodden.
Mrs. J. W. Hadden, wife of the first
secretary of the Scranton Railroad
Young Men's Chrlstlun association,
died nt hertiome in Big Spring, Wiscon
sin, where Mr. Hadden is now located
as pastor of the Congregational church,
on Tuesduy. March 17. Mrs. Hadden
will be well remembered by the older
residents of the city. She was 31 years
of age.
Spring opening.
Joseph, Davles & Jenkins' grand
spring opening of millinery will occur
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March
26, 27 nnd 2S, at 427 Spruce street.
Wednesday, March 25,
Thursday, March 26.
A garden of beauty that doesn't wait
for the kisses of spring, but is ready
to receive the new season and you.
Women will go In raptures over the
novelty, the magnitude and the artis
tic merits of the display. Pattern Hats
and Bonnets with productions from
our own work-room will lead In Inter
est. while the large commodious store,
with elegant new- fittings and furnish
ings, Hats, Flowers, Trimmings and
ornaments will prove a close second.
These conditions will bring crowds of
happy visitors and make this our first
opening In Scranton a dally festival.
Kvnrybody Invited! Everybody wel
come! Store open each evening.
Beautiful Showing of Foreign and 1K
raeitlo Garments and Suits.
Francis Fltzgibbon Is now receiving
daily the very finest productions of
foreign and domestic workshops, and
any one will find themselves amply re
paid If they will but call and inspect
the elegant showing of cloaks, capes.
Jackets, suits, skirts and waists. A
large lot of silk waists were received
yesterday, which are pronounced by all
who have seen them to be the most
beautiful ever shown In Scranton, and
the prices are very reasonable. His
showing In cotton waists is simply
grand. One waist In particular at 50
cents excels anything heretofore shown
here at 87H cents. He manufactures
his own waists. Is the reason of his
being able to sell at such remarkably
low prices.
423 Lackawanna Avanua.
Spectacles and Eye Glasses
to fit everybody. We make
a specialty of fitting Glasses.
THY OUli 50c. SPECS.
Efk Ladies' Suits in Tau
JU Covert Cloth, all wool,
full tailor made, gored skirt
and blazer jacket. Would be
cheap at $10.00.
it unu pi
Tea, Toilet Sets,
231 Penn Ave. Cpp. Baptist Church.
)( men traveling from house to house pre.
tending to be Tuners and Repairers ol Pisnos
snd Organs. They sometimes use our name
without authority.
The Only Tuners
Who do work for us sre flessrs. C. F. snd O.
All work done by them, or In our Immense
repsir depsrtment. Is guersnteed by us.
Vou csnnot afford to have your instruments
ruined by Incompetent workmen.
Estimates given for restrlnglng or varnish
ing Pianos, making them almost good as new.
Your work Is solicited.
Orders left In person or by mail promptly
attended to.
Including thi pj estraottaf at
teeth by an entirely aaw praaem
S. C SNYDER, D. D. S.,
. W. HOT.
1 1 II II
tat W In mJ
In Fancy BrilHan-' .
tine Skirts,4 yards
with stiff inner lin- A j HQ
ing, for--. $i39
Fine Blazer Suit,
newest styles, mixed fl1! 7C
goods, for UilJ
1; on le ll
In order to make room for our
immense Spring Stock.
138 Wyoming
Malcolm Lova.
Clongh & Warren,
And Lower Grades at
Very Low Prices.
4 12 Spruce Street.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
t v 1 -V ATA a '
ot utot u. A. lurnquest, jew-
eler, must be closed out
Honest goods at your own
price, as everything must go
at once. Auction every day
at 10 a. ni. and 2 and 7 p. m.
Positively the last week.
Nothing reserved, everything
must go.
W. R. SHURTS, Assignee.
A. R. HARRIS, Auctioneer.
ire at rrueal the Mmt Pepalae sa fnsml If
L.4int Artwa.
Wtreroemt: Opposite Columbus .nument,
nn Wailrti7tnn Aw. Jtcporttnn.P;