The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, February 05, 1901, Page 7, Image 7
iWSiMWVP v. ."' ymf' '' '-, $ -t .-v ?; ' TFfl ; r '' V"w rlfTr TIF y. n" W"-,M THE SCllAlNTON TIUBUNE- TUESDAY, VJ3BRUARY 5, 1901. I lh .vr aooooooooc rm: MODEtt.v tiAnmr.nc sTonr, HOLDS AN EDGE For the blade is made of highly tempered steel properly ground. Our razors nro fully warranted. Prices from 11.50 to 5.00 Foote & Shear Co. JI9N. V7ashJnjton Ave :xxxxoooooooi STATEMENT OF THE if OF SCRANTON. United States Depositary. At the close of business Dec. 13. 1900. RESOURCES. loans and Investments ?3, 175,478.36 Hanking House 38,690.64 Cash nnd Reserve.... 536,870.10 93,750,057.19 LIABILITIES. Capital ? 200,000.00 Surplus 500,000.00 Undivided Profits . . . 67,005.29 Circulation 100,000.00 Individual Deposits . . 2,415,530.08 U. S. Deposits 422,720.30 Due to Dank 54,785.53 83,750,057.10 Ull.tlAM CON.MXL, I'ltudent. lli;snv PEM.V, JR., Vlce-IWdent. WILLIAM H. FECK. Cai'alrr. Bonds and Guaranteed Stocks I din plaeins ff choice securities eonsKtm,? cf 7 por cent. lullv guaranteed etocVs and 5 per icnt acml-annuit intcieat OoM Bonds In blochi n jliw, ?00o ant $1,000, ncco-npanlcd by atoct l-nnm, nflordlns a rare opportunity lor large or mill iiiwtrrcnt. At Office. C and f, Lyceum Arcade, Momlajs and Sltunlaje. At other tltnta, h fprclnl apo!ntmtnt. Robert Van Schoick, ViiMinoItf Di'trirt Manager of The North Ameri can I Irnncicrinff comptiiy. L. R. D. & M. AT ALL SEASONS Short are one of the most Important Items ol ircss it any time of the year, and especially vt now that we are certain to have changeable leather. Tor fitjlr, price and quality t.cc oura. Me Inoc fto ian please you. LEWIS. RUDDY, DAVIES & HURPHY ..W Lackawanna Avenue. THEgrigQ 3rwvt.,5CXHTOs.r. A.B.WARVAN. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Ililieil iMnn.rihinv .. 20 ilegirej .. SO dcjjrcc-j lowest trmpcratuio . llumldliy: S a, m M ner (.lit. " in per ci ni, .Nioufnll, ! hour i-ndliitf S p, in IU liviliea O ....... FERSONAL. Mr and .Mia. A. V. llenlcr haw Invn (all d to IUplcisllle by the death of .Mr. Ileplcr'a u.otlitl, Jamoj Darjlaniple, Hiptrintcndiiil of elcti.c iiinaU on the Lackawanna uilioad, v.ji In the city yeeterday, Jojcrli OWr aj jMteiday remoed to liu home from the Lackawanna hwpltal, licre lie has been contlncd for m:cral aiontlu. W. S. I'ooto lui been summoned to Jtehoop my, I'a.. to atlcml the funeral of hU iu.de, ho nai killed at tho abut- place Satuiday. Louli Kupprecht, Imircily In the fcla.-uiro biflneat on I'enn atcnue. inoied liH timlly to New Toil; latently, wncic they will it-iMc. The tnany filtnd, cf Wlllhm Hodby, mipeiln. lerdcnt of tho Mctiopolltau r.!f liwiranro cn-.i. pany, will le rry to Ujiii that ho haa been transferred to Phllmlelphii. Mr. Ilodby lelt l-ctterday to tako charso of hit ik il,d. He It ine of the leadlnj aupvrmteniVnti vf the com pany. MlM labd Law unir n Mi HaUci'i dcbut tnto recital ut Wjomlnff Seminary jt k and KOiid a 1,'jiat futces, being tha only yount; lidy on tho irosiamme who was recalled by the rntliutUtllci audience and aliarlne liunori with a popular young basso, who also mado till trt public apiK-arance. JIIjj Law has been under Ml Kaltci'a tultlcn In the ocal depart raent of the aeinlrury only ulnco rVptcmbcr and hti developed a aoprano voice of iniuli power and beauty. Express Clerk Arrested. By :xcluiro Wire fiom Tlie Aisottated 1're.a. New Vork, Tcb. i.nichird Murphy, lu waa rmployed a4 a clerl; Ly the Adaint Exprew ompany In Jeney City, wai arraigned In that i!trc today on 4 charge of grand larceny nnd lield in iV ball, Murphy madj no etatement court and the caie wa put orer. THIRD NATIONAL BANK swisi ?- rr. t- Ay Xa MARIE ANTOINETTE TETE. Work of Decorating the Theater Be gins Tomonow. Tits Home fur Urn PrlendlcsH lionciU pininloi 'o In tlie Ri-cntol In the liU toiy of Hint InHtllution. All the klrm fios, rn.'.it'ftH nnd uxcui'hIouh of the pnst, ri-iu iiiiTtti.te n they hav? boon, have not netted tho Ktcnt returns which Hi" irmnngcinent now expects to receive from tlild setles of entovlaln mentB. Allsfl MiUKUiet linger, under whow dliertlon the Marie Antoinette fotc and the Pled 1'lper of Ilamclln Is given, Is remarkably mitreMttil In her weak, ami ceoms especially no In thin city, where under great. dlsadvantaROH Iiccuubh of so much IllncHK nmoiiB the pattlclnatitc, Mrs. 1Z. P. Chnmberlln, chairman of tlu llnnnco camnilttee, siild yenteriluy that the ndvanco nalo of IkketH hud been larger tluui any prevloiiH time In her experience In her piesont capaelty, and the Rcntlemun of thy cwctitivc committee In vho?e handst wuh the placing of boxer- and lotres are pleaued with the results thus definitely usnured. Tomoirow mornlns early the mem bers of the decorating committee, of which Sir-, James P. Dickson Ik chair man, will take possession of ths Ly ceum to transform It ro that Its wann est admirers will ncurcely lecognlzo Its Interior. Itose garlands, green bowers and beautiful banners will contribute to tha general effect. Hnllotlng for favorite dances Is likely to bo a popular feature, Tho Marie Antoinette prliu will be a beautiful flag with the lilies of France us the In signia, For tho "Pled Piper," the dance te celvlng the largest number of votes will secure a "Plod Piper of Hainelln" flag. The sale of scats for the Homo for tho Friendless benefit, which l to be given nt the Lyceum the last three days of this week, began yesterday morning and during the cntlie day there was a contlnuoux stream of peo ple into the Arcade to purchase their tickets. From A o'clock In tho morn ing until after 12 o'clock there was a line of eager, good-humored persons extending from the box olllce almost to tho Wyoming avenue curb, awaiting their turns. At tho end of th day almost all the tickets for Thursday und Friday were sold and a few left for Wedensday and Saturday. COUNCIL DID NOT MEET. INTENDED TO CONSIDER RIP PER AMENDMENTS. Mr. Keller Had a Resolution He In tended to Introduce Opposing the Ripper Clause. A meeting of the common council was called for last night to consider the amendments to the "ripper" bill, which have been prepared by tho coun cllmanlc legislative committee, and such a meeting would have been held had not Messrs. Alworth. Palno and 'McDonald picked up their hats and stolen out Into the hall Just as Clerk Lynott began to call the roll. On account of tho sudden leaving of these three gentlemen, there was no quorum and the members who re mained were obliged to adjourn. Mr. Keller,. who Is a member of the com mittee, was a little late In getting to the meeting. This may have prompted the three members above mentioned to break tho quorum, but bo that as It may they made no effort to enter the council chamber again when Mr. Keller arrived, which was Just as tho roll was half called. Mr. Keller was prepared to spring a llttlo sensation In case tho meeting was held and he was a little bit disap pointed that It was not. He had In his Inside pocket a resolution which, If passed, would have placed the coun cil on record as opposed to the "rip per" bill. This resolution after going on to dis claim that the Idea of legislating duly elected city otllclats out of ofllce was opposed to tho fundamental principles of government by the people, etc., de clared that the common council was opposed to the "ripper" bill In its en tirety, but most especially to the schedule which contains tho rlpp.-r clause itself. "That resolution," said Mr. Keller, "embodies my personal views about this Upper business nnd I think the views of every right thinking man In this city today. The ripper feature of the new bill Is entirely wrong and I haven't found one mari yet who could give me one good argument In favor of it." m ..i JOYCE IS UNDER COVER. Deputy Sheriff Has Difficulty In Get ting Service. John Joyce, of Minooka, Is a much wanted -man. He Is keeping the Lack awanna township primary election ttoublc from getting a hearing In court, Joyce Is tho candidate of tho Coyne faction for school director, and It Is necessary to got servlco upon him of notice of tho purpose to try and have the certificate of nomination set mid?, on which his name appcats. After many dllllculllea John J. Coyne, the leader of tho faction which beam hlH name, was served by a constable who happened to be ti better splinter than tho heavyweight Lackawanna town ship leader and who read ths subpoena to hint while both men were on the tun. The vouil then dltected the sheiln": olllce to use every effort to serve Joyce and yesterday Deputy Sheilff J. P. Fcrbcr with unabated zeal endeavo,i to get service on Joyce, but without avail. The much-wanted man could not bo found. A hearing was llxed for yesterday afternoon at i.'M o'clock, but becauss ot Joycc'K determination to keep av. ay from tho court house the hearing had to be postponed until 1.S0 this after neon before Judgo Archbald In l he arbitration room. It was Intimated that tho hearing will then proceed even If tho Important Mr. Joyce Is ot pres ent. Conceit Wednesday Evening. Lovers of good music; will tloek to Guernsey hall, February . Tho Inter national Collogo of 'Music gives Its quarterly conoert. Tho Mandolin club (quartette) will play. Several violin and piano duets, nine piano solos, etc. Diagram now open at Guernsey's, 3e. for tlcketr. There Is a rush for them. The concert will bo interspersed with elocutionary numbers by Miss Sadla Jones, Special Notice. Kectet organizations In the city con templatlng changing their headquar ters, aro respectfully solicited to call and get terms, dates, eto., In Guern sey Hall. J. AV. Gnerm-ey, Proprietor, ONE KILLED; THREE HURT SERIOUS MINE EXPLOSION AT CAYUOA MINE. Occuied at 8 O'clock in the Morning nnd Was Caused by tho Naked Lamp of Frank Mnchlote Coming in Contact with Gas He Was In stantly Killed and Tlnce Otheis Near Him Were Injured, One Very Seriously Great Havoc Wrought In the Mine by the Explosion Hy a terrllli! explosion, believed by mining oillclals to have hrn a double one gas llrst. followed by dynamite one man was killed and three others Injured In the Clark vein of tho Cayuga mine of the Delaware. Lackawanna and Western company. In North Scran ton, nt about S o'clock yesterday morning. The explosion had tremen dous force, and the concussion from it tore away doorways and brattice work all along thu main gangway l.'adlng to that part ot tho mine, and turned a number of empty cars cross wise tho track on which they stood. The victims of tho accident are: KiU.I'.l). I'lUNK MACIIIOTi:, Inlander, better known Matvltte: mlrrr, BlngU". a'd 23 yean i.si;iii:i). ..HS IIA(J(Ji:itlV, ititntr. IUr on l.lm .tiert; sllsiht bumi ami bruta. MICUAUfi COK.SI'.V, ninncr. lu m Stanton klreet, lllnh Wor..t; btiiM und bmlwM. .lOIIS" li:iNZi:Virz, IVilimlcr, Inborn, 113 Cayuga jtrsct. The explosion Is believed to have been duo to tho filing of a body of gas which had accumulated In an obi chamber whlcli Maehloto foimeily worked, and Into which he had gone with his naked lamp on his cap to look for some car numbers which he had left theie when he tvent Into the new chamber. His laborer, Gelnsowlcz, was a stranger to the mine, this being his fli st day there, and he lemalned In tho working by himself while Muchinte was after the numbers. TORN' AND BUR.VKD. Suddenly a blinding fla.sh of lire bui st past him nnd a concussion which throw him upon tho ground followed. Ho was burned nnd bruised, and though painfully Injured he was not rendered unconscious, and calmly awaited the coming of help. Mnehloto was tho explosion's fated victim. He was tossed and torn by Its fiulous force; his body mangled, burned and blackened, and when found some two hours later was scarcely recognizable. Down the main roadway when tho explosion occurred, yet some distance away, were Haggerty anil Corsey, the runners, who were bringing In honio cars for use In Machloto's chamber. They wero caught by the outer edge of the explosion's forco and wcie only slightly burned. Their greater injuties were tho brulf.es sustained in being hurled down by the heavy concussion which ensued. They -wore the llrst brought out of the mine, and after getting attention at the weigh office were able to walk to thulr homes, with tho assistance of fellow-workers. The point whore the disaster oc curred is fully a mile from the foot of the shaft In a noitherly direction toward tho Storr's mine at Prlceburg, and was but a short distance from tho workings of the bitter mine. It was beneath that :art of the First ward known as the "bush." and nearlv six hundred feet below the surface. That part of the Cayuga's workings Is Just being extended and but few niun are working there. FKLT ON THi: SURFACK. When tho explosion occurred tho shock was felt upon the surface quite visibly, and at once great alarm wus occasioned. Its force was also felt to some extent at the foot of the shaft. Somehow the word got abroad that a terrible disaster had occurred and that nnywhere from twenty to thirty had been killed and a great many Injured. Naturally such reports excited the people, mid theie was a largo throng gathered about the Cayuga breaker eager for news. Tho assembling of uiliia ambulances and the calling of physicians also add ed to the alarm. After somo time the word came out that seven or eight wero injuied and one missing, and the anxiety which was nrevlonsiv mm. pant wns now greatly assuaged, yet many weie distressed nud eager to learn who tha victims of the accident were. Meanwhile the mine oillclals were not negligent of tho duties devolving on them. District Superintendent Phillips came to tho mine shortly after the ac cident. Ho at once-, In view of tho pos sibility of a serious calamity from the reported force of the explosion, sum moned a number of foremen and Hie bosses from other.s of the company's mines, and prepared to go down and investigate the extent of tho accident and rescue 'the men who had boon its victims. In this woik he was as sisted by Inside Foi email Harry d. Davis, of the Cayuga; Insido Fore man Samuel Lewis, of the Storr's, and other.s. iNJtTitKD p.i:.movi:d. They llrst came across tho two run ners and bad them hoisted to the sur face. Then they found Gclnszcwlcs and had him carefully removed, This man's injuries weio serious ami after his wounds and burns wero attended The Tangerines Oranges From Dr. G. H. Hill and Son's grove on the Indian River are now on sale, They are much superior iu flavor and this year are par ticularly full. We are now taking orders for Indian River Brights and Russctts grown by Dr, Hill. E. 6. Coin sen 480 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. to ho was placed In the ambulance and taken to Mose Taylor hospital where, last night, his condition wns reported favorable. Tho r-earch was further continued, nnd In the old working to which thu Injured biboier said .Machlola had gone, the latter'. lifeless body wns found. It was torn and otherwise fruitfully mangled, nnd thh besides the burns, g.ive rise to the bullet that the explosion was n doublo one gas and dynamite, ono or tho other Hr.il. Maohli'to's body wan removed to the surface, and Immediately sent to Jones' morgue to bo prepared for bur ial. His home was on Lautel stteit, In the Second ward, where he lived with his sister. That end of the gangway In dlieet roinmunleatlor. with the chamber where the explosion occurred was tom and filled with bioken doorways, brattice-work and other debris. liven tho mine mm which stood upon the tracks In the main loadwny felt tho terrlllc force of the explosion and there vn not one within five hundred feet which was not liuiled from the nils or tinned almul crrsswlse. The mine was shut down for tho rest of the day, and company men were set at wotlc clearing uwav the diiiu.ige don und ipplaclng the (loots anil brat tices. FIRST lLNl'LOSION IN YKAIIS. The '"ajug.u mine has been remark ably fiee from gas, thU being the Hist explosion thtte for a number of years. Mesplte this known freedom from gas, tho work of the II r boss bail nlway been careful, and It Is a surprise that any (iiiantlty MiiuVlPiit to cause a ills nrler like that of yesterday could have accumulated. Gernszewloz was taken to the Moses Taylor hospital. His injuiles aro not. serious. n ! burned about tho head, face, hands and upper portion of tho body. GOING TO HARRISBURG. COUNCILMANIC DELEGATION LEAVES TODAY. They Are to Present the Needs of Scrnnton to the Senate Muni cipal Committee. Suiauton's second-class city delega tion leaves tills momlng for Harris bins to get In Its fine work on the municipal committee of tlin state sen ate, which now has the Muehlbronner "ripper bill" under consideration. Those who will comprise the delega tion nre Select Councllmen John 10. Roche. F. II. Clemens and D. W. Vaughan. Common Councllmen M. J. Not ton and i:. J. Coleman, City .Solic itor VoMburg. ex-City Solicitor James II. Torrey and Colonel F. L. Hitchcock. Councllmen C. K. Chittenden and Luther Keller, the other two members of the couiicllmanlc committee, said yesterday that they were not going down, but they may change their minds befoie this morning. The counclliuaulc committee, at the Invitation of .Mayor Diehl, of Pitts burg, will confer this afternoon with the cotincllmanle committees from Pittsburg nnd Allegheny, with the idea of agreeing upon ccitaiu definite amendments to the bill. The hearing on the measuio befoie the committee will not be until tomorrow uflciuoon. Theie are membcia on the committee who are opposed to the "ripper" clause as a matter of pilnclplo, but who bo lievo that it would be unwise under ex isting conditions to ojipo.se It, Ono of tho members, who didn't want to lie quoted, said yesterday to a Tribune man: "It's simply a question as to which crowd Is tho best to tialn with, the Quay faction or the Fllnn faction. This city wnnts to train with the faction that's going to have the most votes, It It wants to get legislation favorable to Its needs passed. From all outside ap pcaiances and inside tips, tho Quay element, which now controls tho senate and tho house, K going to have the most votes." Select Councilman John i:. Roche, who Is a member of the couucilmanlc committee, when asked for a state ment last night, as to what tho com mittee would do about the "ripper" claupe ot the bill, said: "The lommlttee goes down to Har ilburg tomorrow morning practically agtced to say nothing about thn "rlp rer" clause of the new charier until we get the lay of the land. If we find when wo reach there that the Quayltes me going to put the "ilpper" clans thiough, why we will get In nut of the rain and not say a word agaln3t it. "If, on the other hand, we discover that the 'ilpper' clause Js going to bo defeated, we'll get iu with the nntls. Wo want to get our amendments pass ed nnd If we have to take tho 'ripper' clause for the good of our health, In order to get them passed, why we'll ' have lo swallow It, that's all. My per gonal opinion Is tlint the 'ripper' clausa Is going to bo defeated, nnd that If we want to set our amendments, w'll have to get In with th nntls," Attorney W. H. Rodgcrs. who drev up tho Muehlbronner bill, and who is combining with Attorney Georgo W. Guthiie, lepresentlng tho Pittsburg chamber of commerce. In the formu lating of certain amendments to the bill. Is quoted In last night's Pitts buig Commercial Gazette as .stating that the section piovldlng for semi annual council meetings would not be changed. U might bo modified, he raid, lo permit of tho holding of cither ton or thlity day session, according to the volume of business1 to be tran sacted. ANNUAL MEETING HELD. Lackawanna Trust and Safe Deposit Company Had Prospeious Year. The stockholders of tho Lackawanna Tiiist and Safe Deposit company held their annual meeting yesterday, in the banking rooms of the cornpai y, and elected the followln.r olllcers: J. Usn Jamln Dlmmlck, president; John W, Fowler, vice president: Frank llunim ler, tieasuter. The directors elected were: j. Derijauiln Dlmmlck, Hon. Wllllnnv Connell, C. H. Welles, C. S. Weston. Conrad Schrocder. Henry Re 1 i ti. jr., George Sanderson, p. j. Hnrnn, Alfred Harvey, John AV. Fowler, F, M. Vandllng. The year has been a eiy prospeious one for tho company, and cjulto an amount was carried to tho surplus ac count, after paying tha usual divi dends. Piano for Snle. This .piano has been left on salo and must be sold, icgardless of price. Lat ent design upright, nearly new, nnd In line condition. I)on'j miss an oppor tunity to get a good piano cheap. Will bo sold for cash only. Guernsey Hall, Scranton Pa. J. -W. Guornsey, Pro pi letor. ARE NOT TO BE SETTLED E. D. STUROES CORRECTS AN ER RONEOUS IMPRESSION. Says That Continuances Weie Agieed to in the Cases Against E. J. Ma loney nnd Cnil W. McKinney Only Secauso of Extreme Necessity. Says He Wants to Get Cases oft tht List as Quickly as Possible So That He May Have a Chnuco to Drop a Few Names in the Jury Wheel. Tliete were no hearings In the court ultmnnli' bribery cases ycstciday tit le! noon, as planned, on account of the lllnes" of Attorney Jo'eph O'lirlen, ot rounel for tho defense, and be cause the Municipal League failed to round up several witnesses for whom subpoenas had been limied. K, 1!. Sturtres stated to a Tilbuna man yesteiday afternoon that there would ptobably be no more hearings for some little time yot, or until It Is an off week In court. Ho said that the league was desirous of devoting a half or n whole day In tho near fu ture to a tlnal hearing In the casj.s now pending, so as to prevent the pioeeedlngs fiom drasclng out long. "It might be Inferred," said he, "from one of the evening paper ie port.s on the continuance of the bri bery cases against C. W. McKinney and E. J. Mnloney, that the league was going to settle with these men, so as to prevent the cayes from over being tried. If such an Impression has gone abroad, I desire to correct It. NO INT12NTION TO SKTTLK. "The league has no intention, what ever, of Fettling cither thee cases or any othois which we now have pend ing. We simply agreed to a continu ant o because of the Illness of Mr. O'UiIen, who assured us that ho was pnyslcally unable to try the case. Hven if he hail not been sick, we would probably have agtced to a con tinuance In Mr. McKlnncy's case, on account of the serious Illness ot his wife. We are not biutes. "Tho league has mi Interest In the Muloncy rape, even though he wns indicted as th direct reMill of an ln voUlKiitlon conducted by the grand Juiy. Tho men who wcie behind tho movement got rather dl-sheai toned and came to us for assistant". We took tne matter up, and I believe have ob tained some very good evidence against the defendant. "Personally I am In favor of having our cases pushed to tilal as quickly as possible, for the icason that I de sire to exetclso my powers as Jury commissioner before my term Is halt ovci. 1'nder piesent conditions, I take tho position that I cannot conscien tiously put any names In the Jury wheel until the Municipal League cases now on the list aie disposed of. "I might Imvo the legal rluhl to do tliif. but I have determined not to exerelse It. so that you see It would not be iny wish to lime these c.a.'os put olf unless when absolutely neees rary." THE HATTON CASE. The leportcr naked If thero was any truth In the statement that Mayor's Clerk II. C. Hatton was to be ar rested on the charge of perjury. "Every man who has committed perjury." said he, with a smile, "every man who has gone on the stand and solemnly sworn that he had no knowl edge of transactions which wc know ho did have a. knowledge about, will bo ariested und the cases against them pushed to tho end. I am not prepared to say just now, whether Mr. llntton perjured himself or not." Robert Wilson, agent for the Munici pal League, applied to court yester day for i tiles to aliow cause why the licenses of G. T. Morris, corner of Spruce street and Raymond court; J. ,T. Mortis, corner of Venn p venue and Sprue utieet, and Joseph A. Cas?eso and Stephen McKPiina, of Lackawanna avenue, should not bo i evoked. He alleges that the places kept by both th- Moirlbes ate disordeily and that they are frequented by disreputa ble people. Cassese and McKcnna have been selling on Sunday, he claims. Court gi anted the rules, and made ihem returnable on Wednesday, Feb. CO. When You Have Visited the Pan-Americau exposition at Huf falo this summer and have planned to Includo In your Itinerary a short trip to the West, do not fotget the tact that the Nickel Plato road offers rates lower than via other llne.H from Ituffalo to Chicago and intermediate points, and that by purchasing your ticket over this popular line you will also secure a safe and pleasant Journey to your destination. Solid through vestlbuled sleepois and palatial dining cars are attached to tho trains of this toad, as are also modern day conches with uniformed colored poitcis In attendance on the slightest wants of passengers. For rates and I'm titer particulars write, wire, 'phono or call on F. J. Moore, General Agent, No. ifll Main St.. Ituffalo, N. Y. Offices for Rent. A hue suite of oflloes, well adapted for usj of physician or dentist, ran be secured in Guernsey Hall, l'le.ise call and get terms, etc. .1. W. Guern sey. Proprietor. -f-f4-t- 4. I "Match Up" 4- not pennies but your underwear, lie who is wearing one undershirt will need two he who we.us a medium one needs double thickness. We oiler our stock of Men's Winter Underwear at the following prices : $1.00 1.50 2.00 3.00 Garments, Garments, Garments, Garments, $.?5 1.00 1.50 2.25 : "ON TvQUARr -r -r 4 4 4 4 4- f 4 4 f j!Sj T3urur . sn. ? r CASEY BROTHERS, Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 216 Lackawanna Ave.' ORPHANS' C0UIIT JUDGESHIP. Candidate Who Are Mentioned for Appointment. Tilt- Introduction of u bill In the leglnlaturu creating the olllce of 01 phattH' court Judgo for Lackawanna. county lam been followed by great uc ltvlty on the art of nxplratita for tho appointment. Petition In behalf ot eeveial nre now being circulated. Up to dale tho names ot those most prominently mentioned In connection with the appointment are Colonel P. I. Hitchcock, It. A. Klmcitiiinun, I J. Gardner, S. W. IMgar and Waller BrlggM. The name of Senator J. (.'. Vaugh.in has alo been prominently mentioned for the appointment, but tho consti tutional provision which prevent u Kenator or representative from bMng a candidate for an office dented by thi legislature of which he 1h a. member, during the term for which lie w.ihj elected, ould Mown to be a bartler be tween hint and the jtidgothlp. THEY TAVOR A TREE ROAD. Viewers Condemn Turnpike fiom Chinchilla to Claik's Summit. Th viewers In the mutter of tho condemnation of the Paetoryvllle and Ablngton Tuiuplku and Ilank Uoad company yesterday filed a report con demning the entire road front tho whit" chuieh at Chinchilla to the county Hi. at Paetoryvllle. They award the com. pany damage.1) in tho sum of $s,00i) Tho viewera were James 1'. Dickson, K. I). Fellow. John It. Colling. 1liy U. Blair, AV. T. Davis and W. W. Bay lor. Court confirmed the report, but It Is expected that exceptions will lie tiled to it before the week I out. The condemnation of the road v. is vigorously fought not only by the Plank Jtoad company Itself, but also bv tho Northern Boulevard company, which now control the Providence nnd Ablngton Turnpike. Tho Provi dence nnd Ablngton Tulnplke company leased the entire road from the Plank Bond company and contended that It could not, therefore, be condemned. For Shattered Nerves. A remedy that will eoothe, build up tho wasted tissues and enrich the blood Is Indispensable. Ltchty's Celery Nerve Compound lias b.on wonderful ly rucecssful in cases of nervousness, an thousands of grateful people will testify. Hold by JIatthewn Bros. A LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE The greatest commercial economist in the world today. Compared to any necessary Investment in business, theprofitfromaTELEPHONE Is Incalculable. Residence and Commercial rates at a moderate cost. cenrnAL pcnnsylvania TELCPHONE AND SUPPLY CO Manager' oftkf, 117 AiUmi airnur. LADIES TAILOR. Ladies' Suits, (Jacket and Skirt) made to or- (jj der K KING MILLER, 435 Sptuce Stieet. Scranton, Pa. Specicll Notice Kccent and ,id.itli:el Stleiltilic principles ot construction lender the Mason & Hamlin Pianofortes instmments par excellence. This statement is borne out by musicians whose tecogni.'.cd loltv positions render lo their words an ex-cathedu lorce. A full stock ot these instalments may be seen .it the waierooms ot u &C0. i:il-i;t:; Washington Ave. Pierce's Market, Penn Avenue Wo mill a fpidalty nt (ii.i; Crranieiy Itjt trr and strictly frcsli -(gi and the prlfo l ai low a. Cr.t i lard eomU can le cold at. We do not lnvo any tpccial ulrj cr Wdi.r tut at all lines carry ui complete a line ol MarLft Good., fancy Ciiocerlrs and 'inl!f IMIra. lra a. ran bo Inund in the larseit N'cw Yoifc or riillidrlphl-i Maitet. ihlrh -ll at light ptlcn. W. li. Pierce, 19 Lacliwinna Avr. Prompt dtllmy. 110, 112, ltt rnn Art l'lic Dli'Ksou Maiiiiractiirlns Co. ci anion slut V'lll;e-l)iirr, I'-, Munufnclurera or LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY ENdlNBS Uuller. Ilolitlns and Pumping Machinery. General Office, Bcr-nton, Fa. It's Annoying To some folljs, to hear oi the success ot other.. Our success comes from th fact to go the best one better in our daily efforts'. For tx ample, our KING WILLIAM SCOTCH - . , , , ,ag! VJjS-gitP aTla Va. Emifi Union Suits The most comfoi'table gar ment made; flt the body per fectly; no bagging or uncom fortable wrinkling. CONRAD 305 Lackawanna Avenue GREAT BARGAIN SALE .Mj.V.i v.il .IjiUciii, fli; $U .-).( t'ri.lrn I mill "it.ui n..ilr" rs'- ct K tH Ut uf.l ivii , rW, i,-)W j .. 4l.wO'lM' I'l'i-I.m Lnii!) .lil.cr, f-'uW. i,- j.i now ,... .-.... .. ,jv..r.- (r-fy.UO MhiU- ('Jpr, ,'rt In. iWp, SMI now .. r -- r- r Mini .t .'.u Jwlv tlirji, 1, 1 50.00 50.00 Minlii C'rc''':.u''i!tli ;ciee!; ,3, " nil now t,r.::V. .'. ' . OO.UU MjiIIii t -po, i; ilifli ilcpp, "1; if . nuw 0W Bcavir (.'jpc. ST imh ilp. "! "i ik r.lcctiie feral, .Martin tilmnvd, OTfUa Imli derp, V,5; non- ...... iWltWF r.lu'liio Seal. plain, VJ; - Ql) Ll-tlilc n-.ll. plain, l-'J; ()A AA now -.. -V.W Mcclrlo S.il, plain, 20: t ft AA now i IO.W All cloth t'.ipt", Co-tl and S-uiL at et'r rcuncril prkc. F. L. Crane, 324 Lackawanna Ave. Raw Furs Bought. Furs Repaired. 5i3assi,n3E?a--rTB The Popular House Fur nishing Store. Cakesfor Pfreakfast Ceitninly you'll have them. What, no batter pail. That should not de pilve you of the plensut when we have Heavy Tin Batter Tails, (JOc. and 70c. Stono Wr.ie B.-.ttev PaiH, dOc. nnd fiOc. Agate Wain Batter Pailn, SI. 05, ?1.25 and 31. GO. Enamel Ware Batter Pr.ila. rJOc. Gfic. and 00c. Foolc if: Puller Co .Mi'tir.; Hi'ilJiriK. w ps:sa s3saaiKCs7T'iiBaji ger Savings ON Hoiise Furnishings Thau ever befoie. The February Trpde Sale now iu full blaBt. Home furnir.i-.ets whe cane to buy two pieces have bought tour, when tempted by the un expected vaiiety the unex ampled goodnesK and the won derfully low prices. Prices quoted in Sunday pa pers were not for . day but for The FEBRUARY TRADE SALE. CREDIT YOUP CERTAINLY! Tr. 231-223-225.227Wyomlng At . -!'