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THE SCRAKTON TRIBUNE-AYEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1001.
'Best Milk for Family Use.'
" Babies thrive on It."
I DR. HANDS
Taste not changed.
BETTER THAN CREAM
Sold' by Grocers anil ruggi-P.
The Dr. Hand Condensed Milk Co.
Write for booklet. SCRANTON, PA.
BEST IN TOWN.
3 Heplione Order. Prompttr ! " '
3f.jaj Adams Avenues,
Scranton Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Private Residences.
Offlco D., I. & W. Passenger
Cttitlon. Phone B2B.
DR. H. B. WARE,
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat
OC.ee IToure a. ft. to 12.39 p. m.: I to
Wlllta-as Dulldlnjr. Opp. Postofflcis.
IAHMEN'm Mi'ETINti.'lhcro Mill le a meet-
lug ol tli" cabmen, coachmen and stablemen this
1 toning .it T o'clock at Itaub's lull.
1'INEfl ?3 n CH. James l"ord, IS .vein ot age,
am Nettle Van Wort, 13 jcars ot age. were lined
V cadi liy Mayor Moir ycstcrdiy foi being drunk
ind sticct walking.
itntral or miss .i.i.Aoiii:it ti,o umciai
o: the late Miss Margaret C.allaghrr will Like
place this morning at 10.S0 o'clod. from the
family home on Jackson street.
UKSnrillOX AND NON-SUPPOKV.Jamcs
It.nrctt was held under $J00 ball by Alderman
Millar ci.terday on tho charge ot desertion and
non-support, preferred by lit- wife, Sarah.
MIASU1UNG SOCIAL. The Luther leiguc ol
Holy Trinity Lutheran church, will conduit .1
"Measuring Social" at the home ot 0. V. ScMie,
1612 Gibson street, Thurbday evening. A c..r
dial Imitation Is extended to all the mtinbeis.
l thu congregation and Jin fiicndn.
I'lO WON DI10KU HIS Lea I'rank Mich
lash, ol South Scrantoii, tUsLiimel a tractate
t the kit leg ju4. nboio the ankle, by the
tilling ol a ptecn ol pig lion at the blat m
nice yesterday. He was taken to iho Uoaw Tay
AXSUAIi IHXTlXnS. Tlio Ontario, Gjibon.
dale and Scranton Hallway compary held Its
anr.uil meeting ycsteiday and re-eltcted last
jear'd oltlcei. The annual muting ot the
Lack nvamia Lumber cempary and tl.c Croxu Koi'i
Water company were postponitl until next IMdaj,
CHBrtCIl SUrPKIL Tlie ladles ot tho Petin
Aenue Paptlst church will sero mppcr in the
parlors ol tho church Thursday evening, Jau. 21,
at 0 o'clock. The following is the menu: Piled
ojstcrs, pressed meat, cabbage salad, creamed
potatoes, canned lrult, bread and 10IN, tea and
PERKINS TOMORROW KIGUT.-The two lee
lures to bo given at the High aehool tomorrow
evening by Ell Perkins ore the hot ot Ids
three great talks, "Fun tnd Fact In Japan and
(.'him" Is Bcml-geographlcal and docs not bring
oat so strongly the personal wit ot the author.
These who hear "Stories Round tho btovc" and
"Philosophy of Wit and Humor" will llten to a
philosophical talk with all the amusing fea
tures ol a humorous leoturp. llr. Peiklns H
generally considered a humorist, but thin koi'4
a little way only In describing hint. Ills lec
ture is a mcU inrtnictlvo onterfilijiicnt, mak
ing laughter Irrepressible and giving enlightened
ideas embodied in pointed and witty arguments
Ills moral thought is grand and Impiilng and
be nocr stoops to the commonplaco humor.
Having been an Intimate ot all tho gieat limner.
islj his reminiscences aro intensely Intiieotlna'.
1II0 illuttratCB and proics tho different betwu-u
Iwit and humor and alao that wo enjoy jutliu-. as
r t -f -t-
Iiehighton Water Supply Co.
Q per cent. Tree ot Tax.
'ihe company owns S.OOrt acre ol lmd,
and control the water-shed, 11s well a..
the aallable water supply.
Water is furnUhtd to the towns of
l.ehlghton tnd WiUtport, as well us thu
Lehigh Valley load. Tha i;t(iu 1,
llrst-clafs In every respect.
Price and parllculars on applieatlcn.
M nroadnay, ft. T.
.. A 4- . 1- rfr -fr
much as humor. All ol this and more In one
cimlng, anil yet, without the knowledge nf tlic
licatcra Mr. Perkins his 'nt Mronij .balls of
thought loexl and elevating lmpt-rlons into
every mind ere ho It lull through. Ticket will
eontlnuo on mI) at Powell's. Mitt-Ie store until
the dale of the lei lure.
THE CHINESE QUESTION-
Ablo Papor Rend Last Night by Dr.
D. A. Wobb.
At a meeting; of the Catholic 111b-
torlcnl Society anil Nevvmrm Mntrnzlne
club, hold last night In thu Knights of
Columbus rooniH, a remarkably ublc
paper on "The Chlneso Question" was
read by Dr. Daniel A. Webb.
lie summarized nt length tho traits
of tho Chinese raco unit the causes
leading up to the recent Boxer upris
ing. Ho pointed out tho great lnllu
eni'o which tho mlnslonarlcs had on the
outbreak, and paid a high tribute tn
tho heroism and bravery of tho Catho
lic missionaries, un account of whoso
heroic actions, he said, "tho public
press, with Its customury unfairness,
has by a -studied silence refrained from
giving to tho world."
"In the Interests of humanity," said
he, In conclusion, "If not In the seem
ingly more Important concerns of trade
and commerce, let us hope that from
the past u lesson may be learned of
honesty, fair play and charity In the
world'H relations with tho Chinese em
pire." iMIss Margaret Coxe, of Parson, re
cited "Hob" Taylor's "Tho Old Violin"
In an exceedingly clever manner, and
for nn encore gave "Tho Turkey Sup
per." A business meeting of tho oilleers
nnd patronesses Is called for S o'clock
on Friday evening at the club house.
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Temple Iron Company Sustains the
Loss of a 9120,000 Property.
700 Men Thrown Idle.
The Uabylon breaker of the Temple
Iron company, situated between Dur
yen nnd C.iinpbcH'H Ledge, was to
tally destroyed by lire yesterday
intiinltig. The loss Is about $li0,000r a
major part of which Is covered by In
surance. Tho Haines started beneath tho
screen room, In a Hue through which
the dust Is fanned from the breaker,
nnd It la supposed were caused by
The lire broke out at 10.30. while
the breaker was In full operation, but
as It burned slowly at llrst the in
ployos wore not endaiuvered. Though
the breaker Is 150 feet fiom the shaft,
It was deemed advisable to warn thu
men to come out, and they did so huv
rlodly. I'lforts were made to control the
Haines with the nld of tho bu-aker hoses
but they proved In nln. A lire com
pany from Plttstcm and one from eit
Pittson nude u quick response to a
call for assistance and succeeded In
saving the other colliery buildings.
The breaker prepared tho coal from
a shaft nnd two dilfts. Seven (hun
dred men are thrown Idle.
The breaker was rebuilt three years
ngo. It was a double breaker, sup
plied with the mo&t modern appara
tus, and had a capacity of 1,000 tons
a day. It will be rebuilt.
Streets Over Which It Proposes to
Extend Its Tracks to Bench
The ordinance to give the .Vntr.1l
Rapid Transit Railway company the
franchise It heeks in Dunmore will bu
Introduced In the borough councils to
It asks for a light of way from the
city line ut Larch street, up Larch
to Adarm, to Marlon, to Mudlson, tn
Green Htdge to Clay, to Delaware, to
Delaware stieet Intersects Rlakely
lr0 feet below thu femurs. The com
pany will enter upon the Sctnnton
Railway company's P.lakely street
tracks to reach the Corners, It 11 con
cludes tuat It is expedient to do so.
Kventually tho tracks will be extended
out Delaware Mreet to the region
beyond Chestnut street.
Double tracks will bu laid the whole
length of the routo, The havl.st
grade Is less than sl per cent.
A combination smoking car and 11
car half closed and half open will en
ter largely Into the new company'
A belt line to serve West Sei anion,
Kellcvtto and South Seranton, with
ears running on double tracks. In both
directions will be a part of tho new
system. 11 Is not unlikely that u trans
fer airangemeU will be perfected be
tween tho Centinl and the .Speedway
Former Resident of Scrantou Wedded
James Al. Roland, of Wllkes-Harre,
formerly of this city and In oilier of
e-Clty Treasurer CI. Roland, was
married yesterday morning at s
o'clock In St. Mary's church, that city,
to Miss Anna O'.N'elll, for several yea is
11 teacher In the Wllkcs-Rairo High
Tho ceremony was pi rformed by
Rev. R. A. McAndrew and was wit
nessed by u Inrge throng of friends.
The bridesmaid was Miss Alberta
O'Neill, a sister ot" tho bride, while
the groom was attended by his brother
William, of this city. After tins cere
mony, the cimple left for Washington,
D. C, whero they will spend their
PASSED IN SENATE.
Uy KxihiMio Who Irom Tho Associated Pros,
Harrlbbuig, Jan. '.'.!.-The bill iKimiltlng cci
tain luiiniiatlbiw In InuiMMi tbi'lr lapltallza.
tlou pa..ul finally In the tinatt' Dili iittenioon.
It l -teneially 1111 1. iUh1 that IhU incjtiiio In
designed to allow thu l'cnu.jliai.ia Railroad
company to I nil cite IK t-ipltal stuck lme to
$;Y",fKlO,(poo, It now joes tn the homo ur con
ldciatlon in Hat body,
Suicido of Galveston Man.
Oy Excluslvo Wire Irom The Associated Press.
CoiTy, Pa Jau. SB. II. !. Crokir, who-e lor.
tune was swipt away by the flcwd at fialtc.ton,
Tcxaii, blew out hi. brain, at Tnlon City, Pa,,
today, Crokrr wa -iltliis relative, lure sud
it U tuppotrtl that blooding our his losses
was the rnuse ot the hulelde. He was SO )car
of age and iniirlrd,
Ell Perkins nt H
CLOSE OF THE
BUSINESS SESSION HELD
Sermon at tho Morning Borvico De
livered by Rev. Ghnrlcs W. Boot,
of Christ Church, Susquchunnn.
Number of Importnnt Topics In
troduced at tho Aftornoon Moot
ing Woman's Auxiliary Aloo
Held a Hooting in tho Afternoon.
Improsslvo Service in tho Evening.
The closing sessions of the Hcrnnton
archdeaconry vera held yesterday at
St. Luke's church nnd were very Inter
esting. Tho second session of the arch
deaconry opened yesterday morning at
7.30 with holy communion. A brief
business session In tho parish house
preceded the morning prayer at 10
o'clock. Tho prlnclpnl service of the
day, holy communion, was celebrated
at 11 o'clock, lllshop Talbot being cele
brant, assisted by Archdeacon Coxe
and Rev. Dr. Jones, of Wllkes-Uarre.
Dr. Israel was server. It was an lm
presslvo and beautiful service, tho
clergy occupying the choir and appear
ing In full vestments.
Tho sermon, from the text, "What is
man that thou art mindful of him?"
was delivered by the Rev. Charles W.
Root, of Christ church, Susquehanna.
It wis a remarkably line discourse and
deeply Interested the llsteneis. This
clergyman has but recently come Into
the iltoccKe, having previously been an
English army ollleer. lie has Just
passed his llrst examination for ad
mission to holy unlets. Mr. Root la
recognized as u man of exceptionally
brilliant intellectual powers.
At the business meeting In tho after
noon 11 number of Important topics
weie Introduced. Among these was
that of the mission to the deaf. Such
a mission has had its center for some
time In St. Luke's church, with Rev.
Mr. Koehler as the leader. The woik
has Increased so extensively, however,
that It has been thought necessary to
appoint a special missionary, who will
bu given charge ot this branch. Mr.
Koehler will continue to assist, but a
his Held lies far outside the conllues of
the Scranton arehdeaconiy. the social
needs can thus bo met with nioie c 1111
pletenrs. It ii decided to hold the next meet
ing of the archdeaconry on the last
day of Apill In St. James church,
Pitlston. The Rev. George R. RIshop,
of Grace ehuieh, Great Rend, gave the
Execesls of the session from l'talms
xxlll;l. It was a very able effort, and
was received with miitkcd pleasure by
The Women's auxiliaiy meeting was
also held In the afternoon with n large
attendance present. RIshop Talbot
opened tho session with remarks, lie
urged greater effort to Increase the
offerings and stated that while four or
five churches were In process of erec
tion, there should be many more.
. REV. G RING'S ADDRESS.
Rev. Mr. tiring, formerly lector at
Forest e'lty. went to Kioto, the biicred
city of Jnn.in, in IS't;. The resident
clergyman told him there was no use
In eominjr, as ho had been there two
years and was lealng for Toklo. Mr.
Grlng was not discouraged that in a
city of S30.000 Inhabitants he could se
cure a foothold. Holy Trinity church
In Philadelphia gave him $1,010 to
build a church. He nlso built a St.
Agnes school. The city was stirred by
the enterprise and now live larse
buildings are up. Tho necessity for
mote money was emphasized.
Mis. I. W. Coxe. of Alden. gave tlu
leport of the annual meeting held ,n
November In Wllkis-llnire. Miss Ju
lia C. Emery, of New York, general
secretary or the Woman's Atixill.irv,
spoke In an interesting addiess, In
wmen were given many Hints for en
larged work. She made suggestions
tegnrdlng the united offerim- to be
given nt the triennial meeting In Cali
fornia In October, and urged the la
dles to study nils.-ilon work. Her nd
diess was followed by the leports fiom
The members of the Scranton Aux
iliary served a beautiful luncheon tit
noon to visiting delegates. Miss Mini
ness acted as chairman, with Mm. G.
M. HalMead, Mis. E. II. Jeunyn, Mrs.
F. II. .Termyn. Mr.. L. G. EaRar and
Mis. L. S. O.ihfnrd as a committee,
others who alsteil were Mrs, Exeiu'.t
Wan en, Mrs. Fiunk SlUlmiin, Mrs. T.
l Von Stouh, Mrs. W. M. Dickson,
Mis. A. W. t'lo.is. .Mis. Kitchener,
Mi.. Fred Hand, Miss I'cnnvparJ-er,
thu Mlses Dei mini, Gertrude Spr.igite,
Todd, Rroadbent. Uessell. Keek.
The evening -ervlce last night win
most Impressive. The clergymen wore
theli vestments, the brlght-hued
hoods of the Hlshop and Di. isrnel
nmiklng I heir doctor's degn-e, giving
11 picturesque effect. RIshop Talbot.
In his In lei" opening address, spoke
with feellni: ot thu death of the good
queen, nnd of her wonderful life and
Inlliieiice on the Cluistlan homo nnd
futility. Her devotion as 11 chutchwo
man and her loyalty to the light wero
Rev. A. D. Gilng. lecently a mls
Hlumtiy to Japan, was heard In an ex
cellent mid ret-, In which he gave a
brief resume of the relations bMweiii
America and Japan. Today Hie Japan
A plentiful put tip In supposod
to ninko 11 peuceublo mind.
If honestly earned, prmlently
ciivi-d nnd propi-ily spent yen.
And Its worth tryinrr for.
TRADERS NATIONAIa RANK
Cor. Wyoming nnd Spruce
ese peoplo feel toward America as to
ward no other nation.
They revcro England; they admire
her power nnd greatness, but they love
America. Now It so happens that tho
mother church hns united with her
daughter to build up a great native
church In Japan. Today wo have h,
common school system nil over Japan,
with colleges and universities.
In 1S00 the great constitution wan
adopted mul'lnc Japan no longer nn
nbroliito monarchy but a constitutional
monuichy, in which will always be re
ligious liberty. Today we can buy
land and build churches under the pro
tection of the government, and tho
nanio of Jesus Is loved Instead of
tinted. Wo huve today the spectacle of
a great people, a land with between
1.000,000 and 5,000,000 inhabitants, a na
tion with our llernture, our science and
yet a heathen nation. Let the church
do as welll for Japan ns tho state nnd
the school hnve done, this nation with
nil Its greatness will amount to noth
ing unless founded on Chtlst.
The old religions nre nbandond.
Ruddhlsm, Confucianism and Shlndit
Ism are passed away md the young
men nnd women will be agnostics un
less we give them u new religion In
place of the old. We have only to co
operato with them a few short years
and then they will carry on tho work
for themselves. It Is tho Japanese who
must reclaim China. They are th
natural missionaries to that country.
RIshop Talbot spoke concerning the
narrow spirit of parochialism und
urged more generous effort for' mis
sionary privileges. He Introduced Rev.
Mr. Rateman, who had been with him
In the now west, and who hindc a brief
Ho lollevt'il that self-preservation Is
to be regarded In the church and tha
to cut otf mlsslonnty Interests Is to
perish, lie hoped the time would soon
come when the odious distinction be
tween foreign nnd domestic missions
would bo no more heard.
Education docs not lake the place of
religion, the most llendlsh crimes of
the day are not committed by men In
the slum"", but by the so-called higher
classes, the educated classes, often unl-
verslty-bred. Tho true spirit of mis
sions is tho only thing which can eman
cipate us from the unseltlshness and
narrowness of parochial life.
The service closed with the benedic
tion bv the bishop, who previously
thanked St. Luke's parish for Its kind
ness to the guests.
Men Who Have Been Nominated by
Political rntties for Ward Of
fices in This City.
Yesterday was the last day for filing
certltlcatcs of nomination and next
Tuesday will bo .the last day for filing
nomination papers. The nomination of
the following candidates have been
Uiputiln Jii- linmnori rnuui.il, .Mm MiDonndl,
.l"!in J. l',u', 'IlioniJ. W. llioma..
l)i mm 1 it Common rwimll, M. ,1. (lark.
ll.'ii.iMuan -Common Vuuneil, 1-im It. !.!
wnnN. IIiuiii.-h .1. Snowdru, Jainu II. CaMirllne.
Htiuitr.it Common council, J. P. i:.in, John
I.ibar, I'. A. Roland.
Iti piiblle.ni Common eouutll, l).in W. I.'iain,
IMttanl W. ."-eailng.
I'lohlbitlon-W. T. llurall. .M.redlih Jones.
Ripubllean chool controller, John 11. Phillip-.
Common council, Albert C. I.iv. (, John T,
James. IM'taul R. Itobathan.
Prohibition Hvhuol eonuuller, (lurks I tilled ;
ccmiiicm eotim.il, David P. Ella., Clinics .Muni-un,
Joint L. Jone.
Diinoor.it school lontiollcr, loliu II. Pliilllpt;
coinm"n 01m1.il, Albert I'.. LenN.
MVfll V MID.
Rtiiiil.lii an - ("i.iiinioii ineni II,
DrniiM i.it Cuininoii tvtintil,
.I..I1I1 I. Mc
I'lohilillltiii Ccinmoii coiiiiitl, 'Ibi.tn.it Mm
si:vi:mii w mid.
HuiiiM r.tt f mni"n tiniuill, -lulm
CMIalahll'. 'Ilell.l laitllls.
Hi publii .111 -C'limiiiiiii council, II. i:,
i'.m:vi:.n rn ward.
Hipi.hliiau 1 1i11111it.il it'imill, (l-o.ir llelilegel,
Juliii Lett, 11,
IM11eCi.1l ( 01111.1011 cuiincll, I'ioiI
( Italics (j, lt.1-.1r.
Tllllt ri.l'.N'l II V MID.
Rcpublliaii- Ci'hiiiion luiintil, Aliiul Iliiicy,
1'i.ikiiik K. sjkic
D le'iiiil -Cctiinioii intuitu, J0I111 J. Mtl.iKtie,
D.111I1I 1'. Pate.
Ripnblltaii Aldcin (lewge I. KiIIhw.
Dciiinu.it .lulm Cm by.
Ripitblleiii ( oniiiion louiull. Wlllhin I.cw is.
Piiihlbltltii Cmnmon mum II, II. C. lllrim.in.
Itiptibllran AlJeuiiaii. Jn-tph .1. Kline.
Dillioci.it vhlciniiii, M. J. Ruddy.
lb pttlilli an CViiiiiion council, Lulher Killi-r,
Jlaibin stipi aldrrnun, John T. IIovm'j afnjr,
lloli.-il P. Koehler.
Itipublu in-Cuiiiinon couin II. William .1.
Smith, Willi no L. Jiuveii, Jacob Couller,
Demon. it-Common council, Joepli (i. Roiar,
Cli.ii let tiraf, Jiilliti Iro.i! eoiulable, Mlthael
Ri'piililli.in-Coimiien mum II, Thomas Gilf
ftlliki .ildeiiiMii, J.ili'1's f!. Rudy, John J. Ruddy,
Ji4m E. il'M.iRey.
Pi moi int MdcnnJli, James i. Ilradyj con
(table, IMnaul Ciane.
llppulillc.ni ('oniiiion council, llecs II. 'Ilinniu;
con.lable, Willlain Lewli.
Democrat Common council, Michael Norton;
cumtablc, Patiltk J. Logan.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
'fin rally pens were so expensive that the Meet
pi nuukcrs adierlUeil tint they would make sutli
lepaiis us weie- neii-oaiy to thtlr pens tor a
uiiliil lline, Rcurially ulwut slc months. When
a man damaged his pen he canled it back to tho
lucloiy, and hsd It iiicmU-d by nu expciiiiucd
Aieilher new rife has liccn Iniented, this lime
111 Mvcdtii, end l.'uglanil has pl.ncil orJrts tor
m-iie Minplrs. It Is .in .lutoiuatle contiliatiee,
with li I said to mean a iciolutlon of tho whole.
ni-liiii ol I III" sho-illur.', fiirm.tny has sent somu
gun InncU lo hftidcn to haw tho new linen
lion lilted tn them.
Hie normal rainfall of Los Angeles, Is 1B.S.1
inthes per jeir. l-'or the last seien eais tho
jit-nan wa inly H) per cent, ol this amount.
Hundreds ol artesian wells ccjmiI to flow, and at
San Diego water was pumped from wells W leet
deep, Tho reemt lieaiy lalns liiiu restored the
hilaucn ol things.
A lew months ago an old tnlur named Chris
tian iouns, reldlng near Prewoll, Wis, died.
Iho other div adinliii.lritoia of Ids cttata bold
koine trivi.1 piles tu Cornelius Meat ham, Meaeham
ihsi'uMied in tha wood plla $l,0j) In gold
winppul In a bundlo ol undcrivear, lie tinned
the money over to the udmliiUlrators,
I'll lViklns ut High school tomorrow.
HANDED DOWN IN THE SUPER
No Lackawanna Cn sos Among Thorn.
Court Adjournod to Moot in Will
iamsport in February Court Ask
ed to Quaah tho Appoal Taken by
the City in tho Spollman Case,
Casos Argued at tho Last Sossion
of tho Court in This City for a
The Superior court closed Its session
yesterday, when It handed down a
large batch of opinions and adjourned
to meet In Wllllamsport Feb. 11. Be
fore court ndjburned Major Everett
Warren asked the court to quash the
appeal in the case ot Lieutenant of
Police Michael Spellman ugalnst the
city. Mr. Wnrien said the mayor has
no right to take nn nppeal In n case
unless directed to do so by resolution
of councils Thcro was no such resolu
tion In this case. Court took the pa
pers and will make known its decision
when It meets In Wllllamsport.
The coses argued yesterday were:
In re estate of Nelson l'ottor, de
censed, Cortls Stone, appellant. Ap
peal from orphans' court ot Susque
hanna county. In re road In Herrlck
nnd Ararat townships, consolidated
Water Supply company and Uniotulalo
Water company, appellants. Appeal
from epinrter sessions of Susquehanna
county. Lory Stone, appellant vs.
George B. Rogers. Appeal from com
mon pleas of Susquehanna county.
Jacob States, vs. tho First National
bank of 'Montrose, appellant. Appeal
from common pleas ot Susquehanna
county. OL J. MoCollum vs. M. T. l'er
Igo, Polly Tiffany, administratrix, ap
pellant. Appeal from common pleas of
No Lackawanna county opinions
wero handed down. Following Is the
llairic, appfil, C1iHir miinty; re-argument
I'untoii t. Walker, Ibiklcr count.-; re-ar,'ii.
UliJlcn vs. Coatf, Chester county; motion dc
Milk a-ifelallon v. ltiple-. I'll; county; mo
tlou to uihnncc ucnlrd.
City e Cony . Chair company, Krie county;
motion In aihame denied.
City ol Rile v. School tIMtht, Rfle count) ;
1.1IW aibancid to llnrMniig m'-Moii.
F.ukriT vs. Pricklier. Philadelphia, count. ;
iimi lou tn adt nice nhi-ul.
Commonwealth llilllngrr, Quarter selons
I.ireattir muntt; order .itiiimed.
McCall (stiilr, He in m's appeal. Orphans' Court,
Lancaster miinty; dec no Jtlirmcd.
Commonwealth is. Wilu-i', ijunter Ses-ion,
Phlladelplili; appeal quashed.
Mullen ei-tate, Oiplnns' Couil, Philidclphla;
1'Rr.SIDl'AT jldoi: C. !.. itici:.
Puppler vs. lb'rrinman, Common Pleas, No. 'J,
Philadelphia; reierscd and jinlgtnent entered
City ii. AniKticu (lour caie), Ceimmon
rica, No. 3, Philadilphla; judgment aflinrnd.
James vs. Tennev Canning rompatiy, Common
Pleas, Xo. 1, Philadelphia; ordei r.-vened and
City vs. ?econil Reformed Prti-nytei ian ihuich,
Coinmou Ploai, N'o. 3, Philadelphia; order itrll.
Ing off lien Is ieei--d.
Tibbln estate vs. llaiklnon. Orphans' Owl,
Philadelphia; decree alltniied.
Pc-iimbuiy Jlanulaeturlng company vs. laiiir
ance rompimj, No. t, Plilladelphla; judgment, af
Hinted. In re: hewn- on Chatham stieet, Common
1'lcan, No, 1, Phlladtlphla; order reiersed.
In He: Opening of Thirteenth stnet, (Jturter
Setslonx, I'hlUdelplila; order alBimcd.
In Re: OperJng ol Filty-titlli street, Quarter
Sevlons, Philadelphia; order afHnnnl.
MeFarlantl's estate, C'omnicii Pleas, llljlr
county; order alfirmed.
Rehln vs. Frank (two en ). Common Picas,
Srliui Iklll county; oidrr altlniicd .it mt ol ap
pellant. Iniurance mirpiny n ((law company. Com
mull Picas. No. 1, Plilladelphla; Judgment af
springer v. Stiver, Common Picas, Montgom
ery count; ; judgment atlhmed.
Iliands vs. Wife, Common Pleas, N'ortliaiup
Inn coimtj : Jiiclgiii"iit .ilttim"d.
Rrahant is. County, Common Pleas. .Sehujlkill
county; Judgment altirmed.
fihier tn nee i.. Mcl'arlind, Common Plea,
UUIr count; ; afllrmed.
.n;nr.r. jmi: a. iirjwi.u.
Hiirlnon vs. Van (.iinten, foniiiion Plejs, ;o,
2, Phlladelplili; Judgment rcuisul. Orlady UU
(.cnls. It'ger if. Dlaek, Comnmn Pleas. No. 1, Piul
oili'lplila; nioiliilcil ami .iibrimd,
I.cnnig is. Clioelaw Hailroid, Comtnon Pleas,
No. -J, Phllaelilphli; Jiidgmcnl allitiind.
Coinnionwe.illh i, lluitnw, IJuiifev miiiiw,
Indian i county; ileeue .ilihmed.
PilUbuig Itrewiitg lompini, liquor llccn-o.
('urtt-r ,"csiiin, Alli-'hiny count; atltimed.
Itice and Orlady tlU..nl.
llisiirunce innipaiiy t. Warnaniakef, Coiiilucu
Pleas, No. 4, Plillaetilpl.l.i; juiUniiiil aflhiiird.
Reuer vs. MeCormick, Common Plea., ( iear
Hi hi county; judgmitit alfiimnl.
Inuriucc company vs. Natlcr, foniiiion Pleas,
Cleaiflcld county; Judgment nlllrmed.
Wise vs. I)cb, Common Plus, Clrai field coun
tj ; lev ri.ee! with icnur,
Kelncr is. Iiuiitoii, Common PIea, Lebanon;
Itoad in liuby towuchip (J case), Quartet
fsosilons, Dclawaie county; Judgment atlliintd.
Twining vs. Itobert", Common Pleas, Del.
war1 county; Judgment attirmrd,
(louse cntate, Oiphans' rourt, Clierler countr;
dee ice aflluneel,
htlnn estate, Orphins' Court; Ix'high county;
fireene vs. ehrack, Cnnunon Pleas, Northamp
ton; Judgment approved.
Louihheim is. Ilulldlng A".ocialion C- catfJ),
Ciiiiinion Pleas No. l.Thlladelphla; atilrmed.
Slayman vs. Claik, Common Picas, Illalr cotiti
tyi judgment atllrmeel,
Commonwealth is. Tenj ; Quarter .Sessions, Sul
livan county; Judgment afllrmed.
Shoemaker vs. Iimuianct- compiny; Common
Pleas, Mori gome- court; altirmed.
.iriKiK ai:onr.i: 11. oiilauy.
Commonueallli vs. Saber, Quarter fccsslons,
WrstniurelJinl county; rcvisccl with a proeedenlo.
Conjnghini vs. Motor compiny, Coinmou Pleas,
I'rle county; Juelgment afllrmed.
Leleirc is. Annitiong, Common Pleas, llatlci
county; revcrecel and Juelgment entered lor de
fendant. Commonwealth to me vs. Clipslum, Common
Pleas No, t, Philadelphia; rcur-cil and proce
Orrmn vs. Sharp, Common Pleas No. 2, Phlla
delphla; Judgment reversed with a venire.
Itelfl's estate, Itclll's appeal, Oiphans' Court,
Philadelphia; adjudication iiHirnird,
Conner n. Schlldt, Coinmou Pleas No, 2, Phil,
adclphia; juelginrnt afllnned.
MeNolly is. Life Insurance Compaiij, Common
Pleas No. 4, Philadelphia; revirsed nnd Judgment
entered lor plaintiff, like ami W. W. Poitir
llalllngall vs. Ilunsberger, Common Pleas No.(
a, Philadelphia; reversed with a venire.
Johnson vs. Judge, Common Pleai No. 1, Phila
delphia, Judgment afllrmed.
btralght vs. Mahoney, Common Pleas, Meh'cin
county; reversed with a venire,
fiulUchall vs, Langdon, tVnunon Pleas, North
umberland county; judgment affirmed,
Shoenllcld vs. ( ly ol llr.idfurd, Common
Plus MtKean county; judgment atllrmeel.
In ro Dcvlnc's appeal, Quarter Setkloiif, fichujl.
kill county: Judgment icicrscd.
Coniinonwealth vs. 1'ink, Quarter Scslons, Phil
adelphia; revmed and dclcndant ordeird re
Commonwealth in. Nell), (Juailer SrsMons,
llowo is. Howe, Cimmgn Picas No, 1, Phlla-
Banquet Globes I
Have tnkcii the nlace of silk shndes. It is desirnble In cet. Si
ting globes for lamps to have something that will soften
the light, but not materially diminish it. Colors to match
paper, etc. We have them in red, blue, canary', pink,
opal; in fact, all colors. Prices ranging from 40 cents to
I CVugrTVfeW .
1 Geo. V. Millar &
j i 1 -I 11 -
Gold Crowns $3
Gold Fillings $1
Bridge Work (tEW $3
Set of Teeth $5
All work guiranteed tor 10 ears. Csll and
hive your teeth examined free ol charge.
Satisfaction or no pay.
That's the name. You've
most every time In fact,
sation, for the one implies
Has much to show you in
in most other stores. Not
ferent" novelties that
Schimpff, the Jeweler,
lias everything going in the jewelry line. Think ol what
you want; it's there. Prices, too, are less than you think.
when you consider that
317 Lackawanna Avenue.
jN Tlie New Nevcrall , As
q plinlt IieinovnbiC
25 HORSESHOE CALK.
Horse cannot slip
and will outwear three
sets or an)' other calk
- i - - r.
The JEWETT is modern, up
MACHINES l'LACKD OS TRIAL
-i r e J : mR iiw-fJiSKBl !l
l-:-S; -"" - '-'- - Mb-'M' " . w
l"W7r7,'. h KJTTi X- iZ-J- .A
B&Wikv' 'iv'. .
JEWETT No. 10 Has Ninety-Two Distinct Char
acters. Eight riore Than Any Other Standard machine.
D. W. WAGNER,
215 Board of Trade
delphla; decree reversed and dicree ol divorce en
tered In lav or ol appellant,
Ilolley cute, Oipha.ii-.' Court, Philadelphia;
.ii'noi: william n. porrnut.
City ol New- Castle vs. Cullen, Common Pleas,
Lawrence county; JiuUmmt attlrnud.
Wilirell vs, Linnard, Common I'll as No. 1.
Phlladelplili; dccne reverned and bill dLuitWd
at cost ol appellee,
Martin 1. Throcliinoitou, No. I, Philadel
phia; judgment i-fliinitil.
Jillsoii vs, llesteln k Compiny, Common Pleas
No. 3, Philadelphia; Judgment iithimed.
Jl'DfiU WILLIAM w. poinr.ii.
Stcvvait vs. Trlnble, ( oinmon Pleas No. I,
Philadelphia; judgment alttrmed.
Macaulty vs. Tiller, Conimnii Pleas No. 2, Phil
adelphia; icvimd with a venire.
City vs, Hi eves, Common l'leas No. 4, I'hlU
dilplila; judgment atHruud,
Clumbers, vs. Challey, Cunimoii Pliar, JIcKcan
county; judgment nUlrincel.
llavter vs. Ilurlhurt, Common Pleas, Totter
county; Judgment ollliiiied.
Liuer vs, Posey, Common Pleas, llerks county;
Hell dale, Itogen' appeal, Oiphans' Court,
l--iuiater iviinly, ihgree rivciseil,
nalhuln is. Siuir. fuiiiinon l'lea. Chester
count , jiiilginrnl ailtrmed.
I'icke's c.tate, C'reo appeal, Orphans' Cmut,
Philadelphia; ileenc amended to irslore pajmriit
made by Cresse,
Ureblo cslati, Urower appial, Orphans Court,
Philadelphia; deerie utllrmed.
lierper nppeal, Itacstaetcr elate, Orphan.
Couit, Perks county; dcciec retcuid und douce
entered tor appellant,
Our ustcni of PAINLKSa Dentt'lrr Is lr
superior tn the old method ol doing work.
We both fill and extract teeth without the
least particle of, pain. Our prlex-a lor thu
pre-nent ire extirmrly low, and if jou are In
need of afiy Prntal work. Csll and hai
your teeth examined.
We make a specially
of tint Crown
I) ridge Work and it will pay you In csll and
ioii to ca
get our prices
Dr. P.eyer, Dentist
SM Spruce St, Opp. Court House. '
heard it a good many times-
when jewelry is the topic of conver
the Gift li e more than you'
only more, but something
appeal to you, because of
no matter what you buy, quality is
126 and 128
i Franklin Ave.
Writes and shades seventyfivtj
letters to the line.
Writes straight on ruled lines.
Has automatic type-cleaning
The best manifolder and stencil
The lightest touch to keys and
fefeS The JEWETT ball-bearing car-
.& 'fetf .!nr.o 't,itc thi lunrld "
- sisn lallw Ut,Mlii Vliw s viims
J The JEWETT liner is easily tho
most clever device of its kind.
- to - date, simple, convenient, durable
AND OTUEU MAKES TAKEN.
Per.ii Iron company vs. City ol Lancaster, Con
moii Pleas, Lancaster county; order attlnued,
Harris vs. Charplens, Cummon Pleas, Chester
county, judgiiieiit affirmed. Oilady and W. P.
LETTERS TROM THE PEOPLE.
(Under this heading short letters ol Intar-st
will be published when accompanied, lor publics,
tlon, by the writer's nsme. The Tribune does not
sssuinc re.pon-iblllty lor opinions litre txprrsssd.)
Mr. Bowen's Book of Pooms.
L'dltor ol Tho Tribune
Sir: Villi .vour peimi-idon I wl.h to Inform
my Mibscilbeis, end thu leaelew of The Tribune
in'geneial, Hut m book ot poems, "The lgend
ol tho Minis, and Oilier Poems," is In tho hands
ol in publlshd,-, Joseph A. Stranton k bon, of
this city. The book wilt be Imicil Irom Iho press
about the tirst ol March,
I ivl.1i to inform out sir ol the great success
ol my book, I shall Immediately buc a second
edition of my poems, I heievvlth return my tiu
cere Hunks to Colonel L'ziu II. Hippie, A, A,
Vokbuig, esc., Hon. John P. Kelly, Mia. II. M,
Holes, Mrs. Maty Tiiroo---Plicl. P. .1. Itun.
e.., nnd W. II. Illihmond lor theli ineouraging
leturs and mbst.intlil t-utwcrlpllun.. Any onu
who iil.hes tu Mibhtribo lur nn book, tho price
ul which U one dollar, paincnt on dallicry ol
biiok, plooM: M-iid.a curd tu uiy address, 'Jill
Wa.viu1 .avenue, i-lly. Itespectlully,
' ' ticorge . Hortcii.
Kit I'ctlslns at
UIrIi school tomorrow.