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THE SCUAATON T1UBUNJ3-TUESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1901'.
THE BOARD FOR TODAY.
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is the great help of modern times to perfect cake and biscuit
making, and many a young housekeeper has found the be
ginning of her success in cookery in its employment
CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER CO..J
GREATLY INTERFERED WITH
COMMON PLEAS COURT.
Judge H. M. Edwards Is 111 with
tho All Piovalling' Malady nnd
Many Cases Had to Go Over Be
cause of the Illness of Attorneys.
Smythe TJiings Suit for Large
Damages Question, of Compensa
tion of County Officers to Be Con
sidered This Week.
The Klip played sad hauc with the
oil of common plcm coint vests-relay.
Judge II. M. KilvvnrcK who vn.
to pieslilo In coutt loom No. -, was
111 with the now gcucinl malady, and
h number of eas-es had to go over
because attorneys engaged on one or
the other side veie too ill to appear
In couit. Judge It. W. Arthbalil is
holding ourt In the main court loom.
The Soninton Hallway company,
when the list wan called yoMeiclay
morning, lepmticl tln" of Its cases
ns settled and secured a c onilnunno
't a fourth. The canes ettlccl were
Vary Calpln against Rcr.intim Ttac
tlon company and the city of Seran
lon, and Maiy Dwyer ugiiliul tho
Scianton Traction company nnd
i Ity of Kcrnnton, two eases mowing
nut of giadlng operations In connec
iion with tho laving or tho company'
ti.uk on Itnllio.icl avenue seveial
nais ago The eompiny built a wall
in fjont of the piopeitles. In consideia
tlon ot the settlement of the cae.
The cases have been In pioees. ol set
tlejnent for some time.
The thlid (ase sett led was .leiinie
John against the Serantoii Railway
company. Slie bad her clothing toin
while In on" of tbo company's cai.
and they recouipeiiHed her for the In
jury done. A continuance was seemed
In the case of A. Haines against the
Seranton Hallway company, an action
to leeover damage's for personal In
juries, because an impoitant witness
loi the defendant is now In New
Yoik city, and his evidence Is not
available at this time. Another of
this company's cases has alo been
vetlled. It is that of Martin MeDet
molt against the Kcranton Traction
ompnny nnd the city of Scianton.
another of the Hnllioac! avenue grad
ing cases, nnd is on next week's list.
Cy agreement of cout'el, n judg
ment of $r.79.23 was taken for the
plaintiff In the enso of the Safety In
vestment and Loan company against
Anna Robot, ndmlnKtiatrlx, scl. fa.
Tho following additional cases were
icported as settled. J. L. Jones
Jigalnst W. W. Williams, wages;
Whitehead V Hong company ngalnst
William N. Snovei, assumpsit.
Tho cabes of John W. Williams
against Ellen J. Madlgan, ejectment,
and Myron Kassou against Wolf and
Warren, executors, tiespass, weie re
ported as discontinued, and In the suit
of Ida Fisher against John Flanna
han, an appeal, n non suit was al
lowed on motion of T. F. Wells, allot -5ey
for the defendant, for the teoson
hat no appearance bad neeeii made
n the pait of the plaintiff.
I'ases continued for settlement v ere
Man' It Elbertcon against John J.
Fahey, Intel pleader; Helmut t, Shif
ler it Company ngalnt II. P. lllnrniin,
leplevln: Dr. A. Kolb ngalmit Dela
waie and Hudson Canul company,
Continued: Ftedeiltk (1. Mason
against J. A. Scianton & Son, nssump
sit; Luther Keller against Geoige E
Faltchlld. Judgment opened: Cusonn
Call against M. F. Wymbt, ejectment:
Kress Statloneiy company agilnst
school district of Foil township, us
tmmpslt; Michael Finn against W
Swallow, appeal; 'Hurg.ir"t Conway
Rgainst Wlnlfied Lynett, tiespabs, II.
Plogeinnn against boiough of Don-
more and others, trespass, W. A, Har
vey against J. J Collins, appeal; J. Li.
Uanisdale against 1' P Clulstlan,
trespass; city ot Sciuntou -isam-it E.
O, Stuiges nnd others, tissumpslt; H.
II. Stidtl and otheis against AUied
Harvey and otheis, nvsumpjlt.
The only case tiled ycsteida as
Hint of Pater Ferretll against Vlto
rserardl, of Dunmore. "The plalntia
leeks to recover damages for what he
alleges was tho unlawful taking fioni
him and passing Into tho pos.sesssloii
Df Gerardl of four horses, nnd a num
ber of wagons and carts.
Tho caso had not been completed
when court ndjourned for tho day. The
plaintiff Is ropiesented by Attorneys C
E. O'.ver and I, H. nuins, and the de
fendant by Attornovs M. E. McDonald
nd E. C. Newcomb.
Smythe Biings Suit.
An action In trespass was begun yei
lerday by W. P. Smythe against Edgar
IVIliwn, Iltiny WnsttTiers and J, E.
Williams to iceover $.'5,000. The papers
In the case were tiled b Attorney C.
II, Sopcr, who was graduated 'from
tlip Michigan unlveislty In the olnis of
1SS0 with Mr. Smythe.
Tho latter Is now engaged In the pre
liminary vvoile of niranglng to" publish
u dlrectoiy for this city. Mr. Will
iams N engaged in n similar way, and
there Is u lively war on between tho
two men. It Ik allCBCd that Wilson
nnd Washber clgiu-d n paper which
lellected upon SinyuUio's lntegilty and
had It published In the public print.
For tho Injury that has thus bco'ti done
him, Smythe auks damages In the sum
Two Divorce Cases.
Testimony was heard In chninbeiM
yesterday by Judge R. W. Aichbald,
in two dlvoiee caes. One of them
was Mis, Maigaiet MiGnwanwiigalnst
John MiOowan. Altoiney John F.
Reynolds appealed for Mis. McGowap.
She testified that they were married
flften yeais ago and that since then
he has been twice lonvieted In this
county ot lobbeiy and once of buig
laiy On each occasion he was sent
to the penltentlnsy. The last time h
was convicted was two years ago,
when he went to the penitentiary for
sK yeais for hutglniy Mi", lie
ijnwnn also .nlleg'1s that Ik l hub.ind
was eiy ciuel to hoi. Thej lled
The second aso In which testimony
was take ii ni Mis. Ruth Evans
against David T. Etun. They were
mulled nt Hoboken, N J., Oct. zn.
IS".", and lived togethei until Apt II,
1V.9, when Mis. Evans avs her bus
band deserted her. She has not seen
Question of Compensation.
Attorney W. J. Hand etorday
asked the mint to place on the list
for this week the caso In gun b Dis
trict Attorney W. R Lewis to detei
mine whether the new otric InN of the
county aie entitled to fees or snlai
Judge Auhhald illucted that the
c.ie be put down nt ihe end of the
list for this wtok. It Is being pushed
loiwnid to gel an adjuiIKntiou on 11
bv the Supieme tourt nt .he enillest
possible d.i At the suggestion of
Count v Solicitor H. L, Talor, Attor
neys II. A Knapp and I. II Hums
were called in to look nftei the Intel -ests
of the county. Mr. Lewis Is th
law paitiif r of Mr. Taj lor, and In lew
of this fact the latter thought It best
to have additional counsel In the t.iso
to avoid the possible suspicion that tho
Inteie.sts of the county might not be
piopoily looked after
To Compel Him to Sign.
An application was made to the
couit yesteiday by Altoiney F. M.
Lvnch for a wilt of mundiumis to
compel John J. Manning, buigess of
Olyphant, to sign a certain contiaet
awarding to Stephen Flanaghan the
weak of cnnstl noting celtaln sowets In
the borough of Olyphant.
On September 10 last the boiough
council passed an oidlnance awaullng
the contiaet to Flanaghan, the lowest
bidder, but when some time latot the
Loutiact was passed by eoumlls and
presented to Rurgess Manning foi his
nppioval, ho lefused to give It his sig
nature and has since peislsted In his
In the Kegittei's Office.
Reglstoi of Wills Koch vesterdnv
admitted to probate wills of tho fol
lowing Daniel C West, late of Cilell
buin. letters tostnmeutarv to C'hai.
lotte West, th; widow, Mnij Uoin
backer, late of Setonton, letieis testa
mentitty to Fiank Diimbacher
In the estate of M.ug..re Campbell,
late of Caibondale. htteis testanien-ta4-
weie gi anted to Thomas A.
Campbell: In the ctnle of dooige L.
Hales, late of lc ckv lllo. letteis of ad
lnlnlstiatlon vMie giauied to Ellv
Hates. In Ihe estate of Peter Moian,
hit" of Diinmoie, letteis of adminis
tration weie granted to Hildget
Appeal to Superior Couit.
An appeal wns taken to the Supeiior
eouit .V'stoiday in the ease of II. c,
Olbli ami (leoigo S Cllbbs, udmlnls
tnlois of the estate of D. C. Olbbs.
deceased, against Dowllton Sweet.
This Is tho famous Rnssett pond Hah
cube. In which Judge II M. Edwards
handed down an opinion last week.
In this opinion, Indgo Edwaula went
counter to the contention of the plain
lifts that they ncctulied by preset lp
llnn the right to fish In the wntois
of ltasscdl pond. The Supeilor court
will now have to puss upon the epics
tlon of piscary by preset Iptlon,
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
On motion of Hon. Alfied Hand,
Fredeilck K. Tracy whs jesterduy nl
mittetl to practlco In the courts of this
A nuinliiK, license was gianted by
the cleik of the courts yesterday to
Hoi beit Hewitt and Mnitha Williams,
both of this city.
,uikh F. Hell, Frank D, Miocker,
Chailes Horn and Worthington Scian
ton, who Tiavo successfully passed
their final examination, ate to In ad
mitted to the bar next Mondav.
''Attorney John tl, Homier yesterday
filed an application with the court for
a. lodgo of United Mine Workeis In tho
Imitation bskiitv; powders are lower in price,
hut they arc mostly made from alum .mil are
injurious to lioillli when taken in the food.
Second waul of this city, to bo known
as No. SOS. The subscilbeis to the ar
ticle h of Incoipoiatiou are Thomas
SouNby, David I'atteison, John Hart,
John C.olden, John Tlmlj.
How It Goes In Dallas
During the pic-sent cold and urlp
season thIil-two thousand soeu
huudtx-d and slxt boxes of Laxative
Rromo-Quinlne have been puichnsed
by the following wholesale ding hous
es of Dallas J. V. Ciowdus & Co.,
Texas Ding Co, and l'atton-Woishnni
Statistics About the Mineral Pio-
ductlon of the United States.
The Board for Today.
In IS'.iO, sas the Wilkes- Uane
Ret ord ,the mlneial pioductlon of th
lTnlted States was valued at 5iil!,rl'.,
17.1; In 1S9!i ll had increased to 97,
uns,94B. and duiliic 1900 It undoubtedly
amounted to considerable moie than
This gieat liuiiire huti'bten due
moie to the Use of Impioved appliances
and the application of m lontlflc pilncl
ples In connei tloti with the mining and
piepaiatlon of ores and coal, and the
smelting of oies, than through the dls
coei of new and i Icli fields. Thro
have been no new Eldouulos In the
same sense that California was, and
even In such new llelds as the Cilpplo
Cieek district the gteat output has
been rendeied possible bv the applica
tion of new piocesses which weie prac
tically unknown ten yeais a so Ten
.eais ago the extent of our known and
producing coal llelds was esseiitl.illi
the ame as now, but the intiotluctlon
of impiowd methods In all of the me
chanical paits of the business has en
aided the coal mines not only to kei
pace with the greatly Inoieas.el tuel
demands of our own iiianui'aetuilng
Colored Dress Goods at
Half to Two-Thirds Regular Prices
An impotted hancy SuititijL for instance, at 50c, that we bought to sell at $1.25.
here's Whipcords, Cheviots and Serges also nt 50c. that came in the J.1.00 and $1.25 group.
Are wc bad managers that we are forced to take such losses? No, but we are liberal providers and
we keep stocks up to a high water mark till the very end of the season give you several hundred choices
whether you come for a dress pattern in late September or Jannary. We lose heavily on what we force
out, but it is only a drop in the bucket as measured by the whole business and you like the store all the
better fot it. Some of the lots were reduced considerably early in the month butjnow comes the decisive
clearance. It seems fairest to compare the price with the full early figures, because it takes the place of
long drawn out dascriotions:
so PIECES Rioadeloths and Venetian I
In all the leading co'ois, fll incne
wide, pi Ires, $H0. Jl.M. $l.r) and
51' tii. Former pilci's rained fiom
$u: 10 $.'.:
10 PIECES ol English Suitings In col
ored Biounds with small hair line
checks and stilpes eight cnlois of a
Bargains During; the White Sale.
SILKS and Velvets, too. One to read of these lots would almost forget that silk prices arc higher.
We know it, though and in the (ace of higher prices these bargains aie the more real and interesting.
TWO LOTH, cntislRtltiK of about S00
yntclM. Fancy rilllw of nil desctlp
tlinui foi vvelHtH, HnltiRs, trlniniliiBS,
etc. Tv.ci IcitB, prices, iuo and 8'iu
yaul. allies, $t.25 inn! $1.50. .
PLAIN TAriT.TA fILK U.U0 yaids
In nil ileslrnblo eolnip', 1') Indies
vilile; ciunllty, the regular 73u Kiado.
I'lioceso amonir tbeni nt RSo mil.
century sees the United States com
Industiles, but the advent of a new
lug boldly Into the aiena and menac
ing the oxpott trade ot t Si cat Rrltaln.
If this competition Is to be success
ful mlnlnsr must be conducted upon
the most economical basis and experi
mentation must be can led on which
will enable every possible economy to
The eia of scientific oporinientn
tlon nnd reseat ch along mining nnd
metalluigleal lines Is only Just begin
ning, and the Held for development Is
almost limitless. Mine management is
every year being plated upon a higher
plane, and It is absolutely necessary
that pioper facilities be available for
those wishing to tit themselves for this
higher grade of work Pilvate re
seat oh has accompli 'bed a gieat deal
In the past, but theie are many state,
Inter-statennd national problems which
aie not within the province of private
lesoarch, and which can best be car
lied on by some oiganlr.ntlcin or In
stitution having extensive and suitable
equipment for research work.
The senate ot the United States a.t
the Hist session of the pie-vent con
giess rccognl7.ee! tho necessity for leg
islation looking to this cud by passing
a bill appropriating to each state nnd
terrltoiy $10,000 for the year ending
June 30, 1901, and an annual lnciease
each year of $1,000 until the annual
appropriation amounts to $ir,,000. This
appropriation Is made for geological
Instruction, mining englueeilng, met
alhugy, teseaich In rond building ma
terial, etc., to piomote a liberal and
piacticnl education, and to secure tho
most Intelligent use, cons"ivatlon and
develoument of the mlneial lesourees
of the oountiv.
This bill, having passed tho senate,
Is now befoie the house of lepresen
tatives, ami the mining Intel est of the
country should .see thnt It Is not lost
sight of In the hurry of a short ses
sion. Eveiy mining oiganlatlon In
the oountiv should be heard through
Its representative In favor of this bill,
wh'ch will mean so much to every
brincli of the mining Industry.
QCRANTON'Q SHOPPING GENTER.
good spring weight Pi lee. 31.0'J
Pievious price, si.r.o.
1'.' PIECES of Homespuns ami Chuv
lots In giays and browns, especially
desliable for sklits: CC lnohe wide:
"." cents', regular price, $1.2.'.
is PIECES, eonipiislng a varied lot or
Serges, Cheviots nnd Fancy Mix
fCOUDIlD WASH SILKS .mil AVasli.
able Tarfetas, In plaids, ebecUs nnd
stripes: !!0 Inches wide. Special sale
in Ice, 45c yatd,
A SMALL AND CHOICE LOT of em
broidered nnd brocaded Velvets In
Koocl colorings. Novelties of the
highest clnss (very Frnchy) malccH
up In handsnino waists. Desirable
Today's V., L. & AV. board Ib ns fol
low: Monday, Jin. 21.
WILD CATS. fc.VST.
e) p. m.W. II. nartholirnew. T. Iunliiaii
p, m. C KIiik1i.t.
It p. in. I'. McDonnell Wartel a m"ii
Tuwlay, Jan. at
WILD CATS. EAST.
-It M. IllltfL
, .1. 11. Huuli
I". Malion. II. lloliit'c men
a. in.. ftMt-W. II. Mrhota.
l u. m , wcfil (I. Krounfclkcf.
12 noon, vcit .1. Carrl.
H p. in.. Vial V. MoAHWrr.
T p. tn , frt from ("niuiji Mcl.inf,
7 p. m , ct troni Cayuga (lnlr.
7 p. in , eat frcm Say AtiK-DnlT).
10 a. m.V. It Sccor.
a. in Homer.
11 80 a. m. Moran.
7 p. in. Muriihy.
t p. m. Lamplni?.
7 a. in. (SafTnoy.
7 n. in. SinRfr.
3 30 (p. in.-Manton
7 p. m. MaRcneni.
WILD CATS, U1.ST.
1 a. in Kill)). T. Namnana men.
t, j. 1H.-0. r. U Ii"!.
t, a. in. r. fittiulrliK.
S ,i. tn (.. Hurt.
tl a. in - V Kel'iluin.
1 i nt. M. (llnloj. It'll n.r nun.
.1 p. in -lluitmrly
' p. m. John Cdi iiii
i p in. -I II. Mrl jnn
I! T. 'tipli" ttlll tnVc 111 imn tverr, !"
ci'iitb' inn I uiiludor II, llUlilnv,
llrikcinm M IIiiiKc on ulUl Cemliutor Funis
will go wit next trip
As a Food
Fob- the Skin,
To Moke It Smooth, Healthy and
Beautiful, Dr. Cluso's Ointment is
Hailed by Thousands of Fair Women.
Every woman, no matter how beautiful her
llcin, finds need at times of some preparation
to overcome the redness and roughness, and
to cure the pimples, blackheads and tkia
Powders may coyer up tne disfiguring
truptions, but can never cure them, and are
because they clog
up the pores of the
skin. Dr. Chase's
Ointment is a food
for the skin. It is
cures each and
every skin disease,
making the skin
JLImM(i smooth, soft and
r uj.1 v jj0 woman's
toilet is complete without Dr. Chase's Oint
ment, for besides being the most perfect skin
beaut ificr obtainable it can be used in a score
of different ways. It absolutely cures eciema,
salt rheum and the itching to which women
are especially subject.
When the feet are sore and chafed with
walking an application of Dr. Chase's Oint
ment takes out the smarting and allas the
Inflammation in a surprisingly short time.
Then for burns, scalds and every sort of
chafing, irritation or eruption of the skin Dr.
Chase's Ointment affords a safe and cc ain
cure. It his come to be indispensable in
scores of thousands of homes in the United
States; 50 cent a box, at all dealers, or Dr.
A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
tures; widths, 11 to u Inches. Special
dealing price, &0e. Value trom $1,00
to $1.2.1 yaicl.
PLAID HACK SUITINGS foi rainy
dny sklits and golf capes. Wo have
about sixty styles to show you,
widths average .11 Inches. Pikes
range fiom $1.00 to $3.&0 a yattl.
for flno trlinlmniTs. Price, J2.00 yard.
Former price, $7.00 yaul.
1C0 YAltDS of plain, nil rllk. Coloied
Velvets, In blues, grays, trieens mui
Kainot. A very hlgh-Rindo ciuallty
and an unapproachable bargain.
$1.60 per yaid: vvoitli J 1.00
127 AND 129
I W Lace
Shrewd buyers will take
prices m.idc on our entire Lace Curtain Stock. Many
small lots at a iraccion ot cueir reai vaiue.
I FURNITURE COVERINGS COUCH COVERINGS I
I HIQH-QRAOE BEDDINQ I
WILLI AHS &
LEADERS IN CARPZT3,
129 Wyoming Avenue
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vltli ewry net of our lirt
teeth contracted lor mi or
In fore Ktliruirv IStli, lWl.
TliU la a lionafldc olTcr
anil our inttcrlal ll tlie
mitli' liere and made rif tit
ol 2'JK sold. Our ptlq la
only $3 00.
lnaciircl here by experi
enced opentoM wli liar
been selected trom the
) irgot c llUc In the V. S.
tor their ahllltj.
Our own ancitlietla for
pdnlew ettnetliijr. Sji
ami bnrf. S ore gtun,
fiL'Alt M l.r I) IV WltntMl rOlt 'I F.N
nr.s k Aim 111:111: 10 si w
Union Painless Dentists,
S05 Ii4rkav.atmii Avenue, ninton, Pa
"1847 Uosers Iiros.'1 (Jooils.
No question about the quality; we
have all the newest patterns at
Also the celebrated Sterling In
laid Spoons and Forks. War
ranted to wear twenty-five years.
Immense stock of Sterling Silver
Spoons, Forks, Knives and Cased
Gojds for Wedding Presents.
Mercereato & Connell,
132 Wyoming Avenue.
iiC POWDER CO.
Beoms 1 and2, Com'Ith BTd'g.
nining and Blasting
Mad at Hooalo Bad RuiM lal Worka.
LAPLIN ft RAND POWDGtt CO.'S
ORANGE QUN POWDER
Bleetrlo Battsrlea. Etootrla Eaptojari,
zplodlnic blaatt, rinfetr Vu aa J
Repauno Chemical Co.'s uxrtTivL
NEW YORK HOTELS.
Cor. Sixteenth EL and Irving riace,
American Dan, $3 60 pei d.i) anl upward.
European Plan, $1.20 per day and upward.
L 1). CHAWlOItD, Proprietor.
lor business Men
In the luart of the wholosala
X minutes' ivall: tn Wnnnmnkfri',
S minutes to HleL'el Coapar'ii BU
fit ore. V.Hhy of acceaa to the ere at
Dry QiiodH Btores.
One block freim B'way Cars, ulv.
tnK easy transportation to all
points ot Interest.
TEL ALBERT 1
J NEW YOKK. X
- Cor. 11th ST. ft UNIVKItSITT VU
4. Only one IJIocit from Droadway. .
t Rooms, $1 Up. pffiSffiA'Si.
Tbc Dickson Maniiractiirlu? Go.
fcernuton and WllkevlUrra, l',
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY EN0INES
UoIIcm, llolitlngand Pumping Machinery.
Oeneral Offlce. Bcranton, Pa.
advantage ot the special
T Mfrlv noyiDiTDrQ
WALL PAPER, DRAPERIES,
STATEMENT OF THE
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
United States Depositary.
At the close of business Dec
1$. 1 goo.
Loans and Investments
Banking Houso 38,500.04
CaBh nnd Reserve... 530,870.19
Capital $ 200,000.00
Undivided Profits . . . 57,005.29
Individual Deposits . . 2,415,536.08
U. S. Doposlts 422,720.30
Duo to Banks 54,785.53
WILLIAM (ONN'KMj, President.
IICNRV nKLl.N', Jit , Vlcc-rreldenl.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
GUNSTER S FORSYTH,
SU-337 rENN AVKNUU.
HENRY BEL1N, JR.,
General Atrent tor th Wyoming
Ulnlnir, matting, Sporting, Kraokelosi and tc
Itcpauno Cbeinloal Company's
Safety Tum, Capi and Riplodera. Itoom 401 Coi
Dell Dulldlng, Scranton.
TII09. f'OUD Mtttton
JOHN P. SMITH k E0.V Plymouth
W. '. MULUQAN WllkeiDarr
TTCH OUAnANTFE to cunE-a
irliicr nvciir UJiinisinif tpccTaliu, lam
I U, lloipilal and Aiuir burgaon (alia.
i'hllnilcTphlu, 1'a.cAU Abuses.
CsAXOnll PRlJfATDt nnd OB8CURC
cured In, I to lOilnya. The moat dangoroua cawa
aollclted. EM DKUT80HER ARZT." Treat,
inml tijr rnall. 8nil f or Sworn TratnuonlaTa A nook rt.
pvung every I ak JiullluicUixmcal AUcttUcil UauO.
f i1 . v