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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SAI
FEBRUARY 9, 1901.
GOES TO JURY
TOOK Ur TIME OF THE COUIIT
TOR THE DAY.
Before Judges Edwards and Kelly a
Xargo Number of Cases Were Dis
posed of In Various Ways Joseph
Kearney Sont to tho Penitentiary
for Eighteen Months for Larceny
and Receiving Eugene Masters
Convicted of Ciuclty to Animals
and Sent to County Jail.
A NEW DEPARTURE.
All of yesterday wan piient in No. S
In the trial of tin- onsen against Alex
ander Grans and D. W. Smith, who are
tharpred with rcrelvlm? ntolen grooits
and neglcetlnff to kon books. A ptrona;
flefenfio was inndc. It woh ulioun that
Grass nnd Smith nro two of the lftrgost
.1unk dealers In thu city and both de
!arcd that thoy nro specially careful
aiot to buy anything they suspect lias
Jit en stolen. ChlJf of J'ollco Uohllng
iiml iwtcetlvo Jloir testified that Orani
mul Hinlth aro roputablo dealers and
give tho ofllcerH of the law no trouble.
Two vIkoioiis cloning ndilrenies ware
made to the Jury by Attorney Joioph
O'Brien and ".. I. tVMalley. Thu foi
mrr wpnlte fur the ilefense and the
luttei tor thu roninioiiwtultli Th
Jury tetlied nt 1 o'clock to make up
"SVInltred Noon, i'hatK'd itli tuull
i toils mischief by Stephen Doyle, was
tiled In No. 3 yesterday. Tin Juiy was
Mill out nt udjournlnc time.
.lo.cph Kearney who cm Mumlny
pleaded guilty to two chnigus of lar-
cnya ml receiving was henteneed in
ach cife by Judge II. .M. IMwituls In
jmy a fine of $1, i outs and Hpwul eight
cen months In the penltentlarr. Tho
t-entences aio to run concurrent. Ver
dicts of not guilty were taken In two
nther ens-en of laieeny and reudvlng
The cise against CoiiHtable Stephen
'Ollby, of Fell township. chaiKlng him
with felonious wounillng, was con
tinued until next Wednesday. Joseph
Smith and J-ena Smith, failed to an
nwor a charge of larceny and reiolvlng
jnefeircd by IottIe floigal und theh
balls weto forfeited. Andrew Huiwln.
who wns tiled Thursday on a ehars''
nf larcsnv and receiving piefeied by
Michael Charlie, was yfHtenlu re
tuructl guilty. Frank Shlenskl. who
was Indicted with him. was ntuin-d
I -LEADED GUILTY.
Maggie McDcrmcitt pleaded gullt. to
n charge of asaiult and battel y pte
ferred liy Maiy McNulty and was hen
tenccd to pay a fine of $1 and costs.
'Seorge Sutler was called for tilal on a
Ii.-irgc of wronging MlhS Buith.i Lead
er under promls-e of man-Inge. II ap
peared that Sutler has left those paits
and that ho was Indicted without hav
ing been arrested. The case was con
tinued In the hope that Sutler may yet
j;. N. Quackenbush did not appear
when called to answer u charge of
forging trade marks preft-irfd by John
c'f.ieey and his bail was forfeited. Alux
Wlsblcki did not appear estciduy to
prosecute John Zdimezkl and Joe
'donezkl for assault and battery and
h verdict of not guilty was taken and
ihe costs placed on tho prosecutor.
Krakn Uokak, who was tried Thursday
on a charge of stealing a turn of
money lrom Louis I ltd tor, was yestei
day returned guilty.
When the case agalns-t Owen Kinne
gan, charged with assault and battery
by Michael Ki-arns, was called for trial,
the defendant did not nppear and his
bail was forfeited.
When the ease of William Arnold,
i barged with assault nnd battery by
Morton A. Dllts, was tailed a six-year-old
boy appealed as tho defendant.
He was chaiged with throwing stones
at the son of the prosecutor. JudKe
Kdwards dlsmNi-td the case.
Samuel Melvln was tiled and ac
quitted before Judge IMwarda on a
i barge of stenltng n lumber wagon
from Charles II. Banker. Melvln al
leged that he had permission from
Hanker to me the wagon whenever he
wanted to and that he had no Inten
sion of Medluis It.
roil PULLING HAUL
Mrs. Bridget Gaffney. ot Carhondsle.
was tried before Judge Kelly on a
hargo of pulling the hair of I.oiotto
King, the young daughter of William
King. All the paitles to the suit are
iclatlvcs. Thu jury was out at ad
The, following caos weie tiled to
gtthf r befote Judiic Kelly: IguaU Ol
i liefhkl, robbery, Lena Sudko.sku, pios.
I'outrlx; Lewis Sodkowsky, carrying
onceHlcd weapons, Ignatx Olchefskl,
prosecutor: Joseph Usluh, assault and
buttciy, Ignata Olchefskl, ptosecutoi.
The cases are all the outgrowth of
i rouble at Prlccburg on October 4. 01-
hefskl was found guilty of assault and
battery with Intent to rob: Sodowskl
was returned not guilty of catrylng
concealed weapons and I'shoh wan
found guilty of awimilt and battery.
Utorney James E. AVntklns was the
attorney for Sudkonwskl and Ushcli
and Attorney II. L. Taylor appeared
Uugene Matters was tiled nnd con
vk ted before Judge Ed wards of cruel
tv to animals. The testimony was to
the effect that Masters was employed
in No. K! colliery of tho rennsylvanln
Co.il company at Lackawanna and that
becoming enraged tit a inule ho hit It
with a small axe. inflicting a wound
seven Indies long. Mastcts' deffnsc
was that he accidental hit the mule
Effectual nnd Convenient
Cure for Catarrh.
Of catarrh remedies, there Is no end,
but of catarrh cures there has alwnya
been a great scarcity. There aro
many remedies to relieve, but very few
that really cure.
The old practice of snufllng salt wa
ter through tho nose would often re
lieve, nnd tho washes, douches, pow
ders nnd Inhalers In common tiso nro
very little. If any, better than tho old
fnMiloncd salt water douche.
The use of Inhalers and the appli
cation of salves, washes und powders
to thu noso and throat to cuio catarrh
Is no more reasonable than to rub tho
back to cure kidney disease. Catarrh
Is Just as much a blood dtseaso as
kidney trouble or theumatlsin and it
cannot lie cured by local treatment
any more than they can be.
To cure catarrh, whether In the head,
throat or stomach, nn Internal anti
septic treatment Is necessary to drive
the catarrhal poison out of the blood
and system, and the new catarrh euro
Is designed on this plan and the re
markable success of Stuart's Catauh
Tablets Is because belnff used Inter
nally, It drive out caturrhal Infection
through action upon stomach, liver
Wm. Zimmerman, of St. Joseph, iu
lates an experience with catarrh which
Ii of vulue to millions of catairh suf
ferers uveiy where. lie says: "I nPff
leoted a slight nnwil catarih until It
gradually extended to my throat and
bionrhlal tubes nnd finally even my
stomach nnd liver became effected, but
as I wns sblf to keep up and do a
day's work I let It run uloug until my
hearing began to fall me, nnd then I
realized that I must get ild of catarrh
or lost? my position as I was clerk
nnd my healing was absolutely net-thurify.
Some of my friends recommended an
Inhaler, another a catarrh salve, but
they weie no good In my case, nor was
anything else until I heard of Stuart's
Catunh Tablets and bought a package
nt my drug store. They benefited inn
from the ntnrt and In less than four
months I was completely cured of ca
tarrh although I had surfer ed nearly
all my Hfo from It.
They aw pleasant to take and so
much more convenient to mse than
other catarrh J-emedles that I feel I
can not cay enough in favor of Stuait's
A little book on cause and cure of
catarrh will be mailed free by ndrcss
Ing I- A. Stuart Co., Mai shall. Mich.,
and the tablets are bold by all drug
Slats In the United Status and Canada
ARE NOW OUT
LOCAL SILK MILLS ABE CLOSED
DOWN FOB PRESENT.
Valentine Bliss Yesterday Closed His
Dunmore Mill and Three Hundred
Girls Went Out at Kolllln?, David
& Schoen'o Plant In Petersburg.
It WaB Pay-Day at the Sauquoit
Mill nnd a Poll Wne Taken of the
Girls Willing to Resume Work.
Strikers Had a Parado.
but the jmy refused to believe that
vetslon of the cnif. He was given
thiee months in Jail.
KUl'T THU CHANC.K.
K. Holier urns a store nt Olyphant
and Ooomn Orshula made .some pur
chat.es from him amounting to ii. Oi
shula tendered a J10 bill In payment
and Holier mistaking it for a M bill
gave Orshult $17 In change. When he
discovered his mistake hi; asked Or
shula to return the $10 to him and upon
Orshula's refusal to do so had him ar-
tested for larceny by bailee. Judge
Kdwards decided that the case dirt not
arise to the dignity of Iniceny by bailee
and dismissed the proceedings.
Mies Llllle Jones, of Went Soranton,
was convicted of hitting Mis. Mary
Shaw in the heud w-ith a stone and will
be sentenced today. It teas shown
that M1.h Jones ami others were In the
habit of congregating and making
noise at Mis. Shaw's home and on the
night of September 2! she went out to
remonstrate with them whereupon she
was hit in the head with a stone. She
said Miss Jones threw the stone and
the Jury believed her.
Becnuhe of a trade in which a horse
and a son wen mixed up Louis Fncnz
and Peter Tanbe were In couit yester
day. Pran was the defendant and
Tanbe th prosecutor, and the chars
was Iniceny and teceivlng. Prunz
owned a hor.ie and Tanbe a cow and
they arranged a ttade. Tanbe satd
the horse w-as not what It was supposed
to be and he letutned It to Franz but
the latter refused to give up tha cow.
The matter wa.f at ranged yesteiduy
by Plans agreeing to give back the
cow to Tanbe wheteupon a verdict of
guilty was taken.
The ease agnln-t Jennie Hobblus,
chaiged with keeping a bnwdv hiiu-e,
was airaln continued.
The silk strlko situation Is now be
ginning to resolve Itself Into a cruestlon
of endurance, and the side which can
remain Idle and wait longest is going
to win. Tho various mill owners, when
asked as to what their course will be
mciely smllo and say that they think
they can hold out as long as the git Is
will be able to. Kvery mill lu this
region has now been closed and the
total number of striken) Is nbout thirty-eight
Yesterday noon Valentine rills
closed his DunmoM mill, the plant for
meily operated by tho Cnmbila Silk
Manufacturing company, and the girls
at Petersburg also went out nbout 12
o'clock. This mill, operated by llell
llng, David & Schoen, employes about
thnfl hundred hands, nnd there has
nover been uny previous clashes be
tween the employers and girls. Since.
tha beginning of the strlko trouble
last week, the Petersburg authorities
have been waited upon by no commit
tee; and everything has been conducted
as usual nround the mill.
After the gills took tholr lunch yes
terday noon they left tho mill In
groups, without nnv notice helm?
seivcd on the heads of any of tin: de
partments. Sutieilutcndcnt ISachofon
accosted one girl who was leaving the
premise and said. "I'd really llko to
have you tell mo what you are leav
TID3 MAID'S HKPLY.
Mr. IMchofen declatei that the maid
looked most perplexed for an Instant,
and then aiiswcied: "Oh, all tho girls
are calling us 'stubs' and wo can't
stand for that any longer, you know."
No wage scale wus presented nor
any demands made, of any nature.
Yesterday was pay clay at the Pauquolt
mill, and as each of the fourteen hun
dred employes was handed her envel
ope containing the month's pay, n bal
lot was nlso given her, beating th"
legend: "Por Work." In each of th
departments a vote was polled and
about eighty per cent, of tho tickets
read "No." A meeting of the Sau
iiulot soft silk workers was held lu
CarpcnteiV hall at the close of tho
The seven girls constituting th
wage scale committee of the Harvey
Pros." mill, yesterday afternoon visited
ll if offices and confer! ed with tho
owncis Superintendent Joseph Hai-
vey gave a Tribune man the following
a. count of what occurred nt the meet
ing' "We r'galn made the offer of last
wtek. which was the same as the In
crease granted tho Saucpioit gills by
the latter mills' management. That
our offer It. u fair one may be rcadl'y
deduced lrom tho fact that when It
was made last week to the girls' com
mittee, prior to the Satuiunlt strik
they acetpted II and piomlsed that "II
hunds would report for duty the fol
lowing cluy. The same afternoon the
South Side hands went out and then
came the genet.il sympathy move
ment, which letultcd In otp- gills ic
WOULDN'T CONSIDKIl IT.
"The committee which waited upon
us today would not consider that of
fer or any compromise whatsoever.
They Insist on their wage scale, and
they might Just as well ask us t
fiy as to grant any such demands. It
Is simply impossible to put into effect
n waee rate such as they a.k. The
nutter will now resolve itself into a
deadlock for awhile, and 1 guvo thu
gills wurnlng that the lomror they stay
out the moie harm they are doing
themselves. The Idleness of the local
mills I lestilting in turning trade
away trom the city, and woik which
ordinaril goes to tho Scianton plants
will hencefcii th bo taken care of by
to the mill, where they received the
ray due them. It was a most unique
procession and occasioned much Inter
est. SYMPATHY EXTENDED.
Tho following resolution!; were
unanimously adopted nt a regular
meeting of the Scrunton Urnuch, Jour
neymen Stone Cutters association of
North America, held Feb. 7, 1901:
Vinreo, It lut come to th knowledge fcf thl
tody (hit the employs of tho vtrlotM illk inllli
lu fcranton end tlclnlly hive found It r.fcuary
to orginlts under the ehutrr of the Internation
al TciUlt WoiVeti araccUllonl and
WIkitik, They htve ronclndod to drrrutvl bet
ter condition tnd a Mr and Just incrcuo In
Wlicretis It hu come to out knottdge tint
aald employe hate tern notoriously Lr.derpitil;
tlirefore be it
Rtiohcd, y (he Juunicj-men Stenc Cuttcrj of
Scianton that e eatttid our hearty nyjnruthy
anil enfonraRtmcnt to U,l noble band of women
laid children. Thai we conarratulat tiera nn
their rtcelltnt conduct and nrmne- In the
aland they lmo taken, and fmxa Uiem of our
hearty mipport, morally iind financially until
clctoiy eiouM their eflortt.
NEWS OfIaBOR WORLD.
TBOUBLE AT THE DODOE HAS
SCRANTON'S SHOPPING CENTER.
Dress Goods and Silks.
Difficulty at the Marvine Has Also
Been Adjusted Work on the
New Spike Mill.
The trouble nt the Dodge mlnu has
been adjusted and work was resumtd
at the colliery yesterday. The matter
was reported to Superintendent Loomls
by District Superintendent Evans, and
lie wns Instructed to settle the existing
difficulty without delay.
The thoughtlessness of some drivers.
Mr. Loomls says. In precipitating a
strike and causing hundreds of men
and boys to be thrown out of employ
ment Is a serious mistake, und wilt
cause suspension of operations indefi
nitely t collieries where It occurs
Thu company Is always willing to
settle any grievances without having
operations suspended, especially when
there Is such a demnnd for toal as at
the present time, nnd It Is not neces
sary for men to quit tholr work and
lose their time In order to appease the
alleged wrongs of employes who have
been discharged for cause.
This matter should receive the seri
ous consideration of every mine worker
In the anthracite region, and bo tho
means of bringing about some ar
rangements whereby grievances may
be adjusted without the suspension of
The men are always at liberty to
have their troubles settled without re
sorting to strikes, and the cjulckcr
they can realize this fact the better It
will be for nil concerned.
Here Are Four Great Bargain Lots.
Four Distinctly Different Lots.
Each style offered is a favorite, each one in active demand ju3t now. Thert
arc ample supplies of each though no promises can be held out that they
will be here very long.
400 yards of plain colored Taffeta Silks, 19 inches wide, of CAr mjA
the regular 75c quality, in all colors. At OVIC j'U
540 yards of French Broadcloths, in fourteen good
colorings. The cloth is of the best 1. jo grade and in t C rA
the Satin finish, 54 inches wide. At P I 1 O U
735 yards of all-wool French Flanne), plain colprs and
printed designs, in 23 different colors, 27 inches wide. EAsr tA
The usual 60c to 75c grades. At VrW J
640 vards of Woolen Dress Goods, a mixed lot of Serges,
Cheviots, Plaids, Stripes and Fancy We ves iu all colors, Cr tA
38 to 44 inches wide, value from 50c to 85c yd. At tO jfSX
45c A Characteristic Connolly & Wallace Price 45c
The lot comprises what is left of our famous purchase of 3,600 Men's Shirts AH
regular One Dollar goods. Ths sizes aro somewhat broken .hit is why we have de
cided upon this ridiculously low price to clcau them out quick. Fiue Laundered
Percale and Madras Shirts with one pair of cuffs to match
Among the Men.
The following about Lackawanna
men are culled from the cuirent nura
br of the Lackawanna Bell:
The ofllcn in the machine xhop formerly occu
pied by I. Ilrown, avilsunl siiieilntmc!ent ot
inotlx1 powrj and mclitnrv, hive twn rinvill"d
.111J U'-lurrilstird for the next muster mechanic.
P. Grjmt am) Y. K. Mock, late tilth th im
the lower and melilner.v clfpaitmnt, hae htm
IransffrrrJ to the matter nicrhnnlr.' offlce, tins
position left varint by Mr. Grytne ti being Ailed
tv Frank ettr, who acted an clerk in the re
corder of deeds' offlce during Wr. Wanike' term.
A. A. Andeison rcslspied the agency it Goulds
boro, .Ian. 31, on account of IU health. W. V.
Latham, opcrjtor at Lehigh, tih appointed to the
vacincy, Feb. 4.
C. If, !?ulHwn, Nation Jgent en the Lackawatini
at Sauquoit, hj.i resigned, and ii tuceccded by
II. P. Zimmerman, of Cortland.
Percy Hitjhc has been promoted (rem private
ecrctary to General Toieman fcmlth to time
keeper. He mint hace had previous experience
at the buslne.., for he no tit handles htmlf
"Walt" Purely, or the trimming department,
lim been promoted to the poMtton of private
secietary to General 1'oreman Smith, made va
cant by lh promotion of Percy llughee.
Geoigc W. Kobertk, ir., Is now to be found aa
overseer ot Ihe machinery in the new cabinet
Work on the Spiko Mill.
The excavations for the foundation
of tho new spike mill in the Keywer
Valley aro progressing lapldly and thu
ground will soon be In shape for lay
Ins: tno stone. Tho excavations art-being-
made under tho supervision of
Contractor Harry Dale and Contractor
Patrick Muldoon will have charge of
the masonry woik.
The promoters of the new mill n
pect to have everything ready to begin
oi.cutiont, by the first of May. A
Sixes: ij 155161617- 17 rS.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
127 AND 129
All work done by grad
uates who are taking a
course iu our system of Pain
We only charge you for the
H 1 H t r t MMHtMt4t
1 .aV . I
Curtain News I
Shrewd buyers will take advautage ot the special X
prices made ou our entire Lace Curtain Stock. Many t
small lots at a fraction of their real value. --
FURNITURE COVERINGS I COUCH COVERINGS I
t I HIGH-GRADE BEDDINQ I
HEAVY DRAPERIES I
PortuL of Entry.
Influenza, or the Grip. Caused by
one or the smallest known bacilli; dis
covered In 1S12 by Canan and Pfelffer.
Infection spreadH by the hcattcrlnrj
about by nil' curiums of the dried
naital and bronchial secretion of thou)
fcufferinu fiom tho dlHeas.0, ond Us
liortal of entry la by the noso and
bionehlul tubes. N Y. Sun.
Tho use of Dr. Humphreys' Specific
77" destroyH the bacilli or germH and
breaks up the Grip or Cold, whllo
Its tonicity mistalns tho flagging enor
jjli'fl clui Iripr nnd after tho attack,
t all Drug Stores, 23c, or mailed.
r I'ueket Manual mailed free.
I!mnphre)'i Homeopathic Medlclna Co, Cor.
William und John Ma., New York.
NEW TRIAL FOR ELLMAN.
HIS CASE SET DOWN FOR TRIAL
Judge Purely Decides Thnt He Should
Not Be Convicted on tho Insuffi
cient Testimony of Herring.
JudKe (JeniRe 1'urdy bunded down
his opinion (.ranting a new trial In the
ease of Jacob Kllinan, who wan coi -virted
Wednesday of .subornation of
perjury. Oman will be tried again
next Tuccdny. The opinion of JucJK''
'Jlir frmivil lea.i lusted aa sin.inl foi a
Iirv,- til.il Is ijnl of ultHikm uiilrnc to ui
Ulu h u-idlct amlnst rha defendwt
In niutfoiw for erjur It Ii uri'jueatlon iMy
th rule that to mhuiii the rha'trv their iini't
ho tnn wltni.vh (o pro.i tne ulalty of the irat.
ti-r avrorn to by the defmriant, or one niesj
nwl iliiMiir coiiiitoiatlp clrcun.ftjntlal eiUuro.
Jho rcit,n j stated h the Jttliorltlei l-t Iti-j
tlut If there i hut one Hilln'ik u Co tlu falsity
of tho oath, It ii lint oith kt'Jlii.-i o.lth and th
jr.ij iliouM not he ptrmittid to clh one
aRulnst the other Oont.ec-1 for tin" defenlant
rciilcnd that In iiroacvutiont fur kuluiiutl' n !
I rjurj, Ih'j tamo nilo .hould I'ppl.v. and die
In kiippoit of thW contention ttharton'e ('liim
nal Javt, people i. f.cain, 10 V Y. I, and tome
other jnthoritlM, while the cnurirel for thi- rn.
ininueiltlt contend that In this pii?iiition the
.ollcltathn ot eiibcnution rnav lm auouii hy t
ltii(lt Mitnesa, and cite Tomi. llouirla-s 5
Jl'l. '.'11. which i hohK
Put olitt rcuon ii 1 1. in; for this lrlaiatiou of
tl.i niln in th litti'i cveV In the tormcr a-
t lie oath of I tie iuu.'il Unilin; unupported i
aj I '' rj the tamo crulrnir of thai ot the ac-cuier,
arn ci.e jury will nr.i ie pcimltteil to 01crlml
lte hetween thciu.
In the ciw in lund r,iy khould tin) nniuii
fortcd oath if J eif-cf,'ilcvj(l perjurer hi al
lowed lo oulufinh the contradictory nalh of tha
acuaeil onl) ol the iUiinillonr Wc fall to
r an) lonltal leatin fr t,- dlitlnctlon inuJj
ly the Maaiichuiitts authority Utnrru tha
two i men.
Our oltrr.llon ha not hern called to any ca-o
In thii utato which tow hen tho o,uclton ralteil,
and in the alucuce f any 'jii nuthoritc, our
reinonina; leads ua to hold tlut, at leavt, in the
ra.e hefne n, the defendmt should not be. con.
cirted uron tie imsurportid cldfme ot tha wit
nc. Max llenlnir, who innfe.n to hao ir
Jurrd hlnurll In mieral raec
Tliere waa perhapi liKht rlrcuintuntla e.
dne tending to corroborate this witness but
tula quntlon wu nnt dkcutMd or raiard on
the trial, and bo luatructlom were shen tha
Juiy touchlnaj It, We are iliipoced to erant n
new trial upon condition that the defendant
ttrttt that the caaa bo re-tried at tha pretent
py the Court.
CI OIIGE. 9. riTHDV, P. J. Jind. Pl.t.,
Noir Feb. 8. 1061, tounael for tha defendant
conMntlnc In open court to above condition tha
ml la made aWolute and nnr trial granted.
oy me couitr.
I t.jro-o nttmlw nf hnnds will bft iMii-
"It may li, it thii situation contln- ,,jyetJ anrt thp Parting up of the plant
In .'xpectecl to be a. boom for th it se '.-
ties much longer, that when they want
to come b.ick thoro will be nolhhm for
them to do, and to suy the least, much
smaller lorcun will be requlrecl."
The strikers' demands have also met
a setback at tho hands of the Klots
Tin ou lug company. They v.ero In
formed by the latter shoitly after the
.-.ile was prct'iiled, that any action of
the .Sauquoit people would be followed
by a llko mow on their part..
The scale was emphatically refused
by Superintendent Davis, of the Sau-
ciuolt. and In his action the mill girls
Davis held open the S-ccnt Increase
t on of tin city.
Trouble Is Settled.
After a week's Idleness, the llarvins
mlivs resumed operations yestcrdiy
morning. A settlement was made by
a committee which represented the
boys and the miners, on tha basis that
no e.-ontractor be allowed to hiio morii
than one laborer on headings and no
discrimination In giving cars.
The requests were handed Superln-
,Anrlnr.t lirwciA nnd Tnnlrl. Pim.n.(ill
cad also cleleat at the Klotz mill. Mr. . R who acccpttHi on ,,0,alf of th
avls held open the S-ccnt Increase , , Th nn.rft,m, i,, . ,,,,,
.1 li.. (1at...,l .. 1,..H,li. 1... li a. "" v ..nv...w..b va-vB
pIUIKiniX muri.u iuit uuuun uf 1110 twnnt4 Imtl irll 1
.. I..IM i...iIa1cii lilfr n.taf rla "" (
t UII1JUII uitiii ftuviimi iiih wfi iv-
m EMEU AVE
dates it withdrawn. Tie said to a
WHAT THU vtm: SHOWS.
"The result of the vote we al
lowed them to takci this afternoon
effectually showed the majority to bo
against lesumlng work, and tbcretoro
the mill will be closed down today,
and remain clohcd until the hands nro
ready to come b.ick.
"However, all deals are now declaied
off. and any agreements to be made
will have to be arranged when tha
girls nro back at their places again."
Valentino Hllss, whose North Scran
ton plant was one of the first to bo
closed, and whoso hands at Dirk
son went nut In tho e.nly part of till
week, has steadfastly mused to recog
nize the TeNtlle Workers' union, and
to have any dealings with the strilt
ets. He closed his Dunmore mill yes
terday, and the strikem realize tnat
their demands will not bo gi anted by
Th'i llnrve glils will meet this af
tomoon at the Central Park hall and
hear their commltlen's report regird
Ing yesteiday'H conference with tho
Hnrveys. A meeting will be held In
Carpentei's hall of tho Joint commit
teo fiom nil the mills. The Peters
burg girls were ye-steiday afternoon
organized by Miss Matthews and Mis
Joidau, of the Sauepiolt union.
Theio aro now fourteen hundred
hands out ut tho t-jauquolt, thrto hun
dred ut Harvey's, three hundred nt
Petersburg, about seven hundred from
the tin oo nilfs mills, and throe hurt,
died and fifty fiom thu Simpson mill
The striking girls trom the 'Sauquoit
mill, numbering altogether nearly 1,100
and ranging In ago from S to SO years,
were formed In a body yesterday nf
temoon at 2 o'clock and they marched
V., Ii. & W. Board for Today.
Today's D., I. V. board is as fol
lows: I'RIDAY, keb. s.
Wild Gat, ljatt 8 p. m., '. Vaa Urmej-;
10 SO p. m., P. Rogere
svruriPAY. ricr.. t.
ilfi Ciitj, Kaat 12.0 a. m.. O. Kearney; t a.
m., M. Iuhiiey; 4 a. :n., J, llurkhirt; i a, m.,
?1 nnnrt; (I a, m.. D. Wallaces 7 a. m., if,
Colden. vilh J. Derliiei mens 5 a. rn., V, I'.
Sti-mii: 9 a. m U Itallct, with M. J. lfennl.
g.n's men; 10 vu in., O. W. I'ltrnnaldl ll.bO a,
m., W. It, Caatncr; 1 p. m., J. Cwtello; 3 p. m.,
P. CaHsan; .1,4) p. in., W, lullarr; 4.4a p. in ,
SummlLs Ete, 0 a. m eict, Vranlt McPon.
nell; H a. m, eiit, Otirvo loun(elkei ; 0
a in., w-t, IV. II. Nicholas li o'clock noon,
neat. Juries Caiilgg! A p. nu, eaat, t'hrgrod,
with II. DoherO'a mens 7 p. in., went fiom
Cayuga, three engine. Janac Olnley; 7 p. m.,
wet from Cayuga. Cattnody, with MfUne'i
men; 7 p. in,, cait from "iy Aug, Kdward
Puller 10 a. in., F. U. Secor.
Puhr S a m. Ktiby; U,H0 m., Koran;
p. in.. Murphy; 9 p. ni Lamping.
I'asatnter Kriginaai-7 a. m., Oaftney; T a. m,
Singer; 6.8(1 n m.. Stanton: 7 p. in., Maeocern,
Wild Cat. lVWi a. m , P. SUhon; U a. in.,
,1. II. Maalera; 6 a til. Il'ircrty; 1 p. m., John
Oahaguns - 1. ni., C. Klngxleys ! p. in., Latimer,
with I'ltfpitrick'k mens i p. rn Clnley, with
I. i:. llaitei'K tnm
- m i .
One Fare to Washington D. C, and
Return via tho Xhifrh Valley Bail
road. On account of the Inauguration cere
monies at 'Washington, tho I.ehlgh Val
ley railroad will sell tickets to that
point and return, March 1, 2 and 3, at
the low rate of ono fare tor the round
trip. These tickets will bo good to r
turn to March S, Inclusive, and will
bo honoied on nny train except tho
niaek Diamond ISxpross. Stop-ovor al
lowed at Philadelphia and Baltimore,
by deposit of ticket, provided ticket
Is used within original limit. For fur
ther Information consult lhlch Valley
I ticket agents.
'184 Rogers Bros.'' Goods.
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.
LEADERS IN CARPETS, WILL PAPER, DRAPERIES,
129 Wyoming Avenue t
H- - -H-- -" f ?
S!C POWDER CO,
llooms 1 and 2, Com'lth B'l'd'j.
Immense stock of Sterling Silver
Spoons, Forks, Knives and Cased
Gouds for Wedding Presents.
nining and Blasting
Ua i Mooalo nd RuaU M Woclu.
LAPUN RAND POWDBR CO. '3
ORANQE OUN POWDER
Isetrlo Battartos. Rleotrto KxDloaara.
xplollDf blast. Safatr Pan ul
Rspauno Chemical Co.'s
A Bad Brake
Is worse thau no brako
We are now ready to
fit your wheel with the
latest coaster brake. If
you contemplate any re-
pairs on your wheel foe
the spring riding now ia
the time to get it to our
shop. We will send for
and deliver your wheel
Mercereali & Connell,
132 Wyoming Avenue.
Physician asi Sur4u
311 S?rj3i SI.
Temple Court Bjilllai
All acute 'anil cluoulc ilUfaa o( mm, wo
nun and chlldicn. CUItOMC Nj.UVOUS,
HIIAIS A.SU WAfiriNO Hlsr!.S A M't.C
IALT. All dicaiia ot tlic Uivrr, Mdiii n,
PU'JJtr, Mln, UIcmi), Niriw, Womli, l.j,, i,ir,
Niw, lliroat, und I-iinyj. Cancrtj, lurrura,
I'llw, Ituplme, fii'Hu, lllicutiiatiaiii, A.tl.ini,
Catairh. Vailcoccle, IMt SlaiiliuoO. Mhlitl
i:mUaloiia, all I'cmalo Ul.c.wa, Loiiioiihota, itc.,
OomionhfJ, FM'lilllli, Ulcod I'oUon. Indiwiv.
tlon and jmithful ImIjIU oMilcrated. bucetj-.
Kit J. i:plle . 1 ipo and Momach Moniu. CA
TAUHIIOOM:. H'cclfli tui t'aUrrh. l,rio
nionllia' tiMlment only T".W. rrial frco In
of lice. Consultation md rvtmliiitlon frrc. OI.
tire liours dally and buiuliy, S j. in, (o t
IY I !
211 Washington Ave.
HENRY BEL1N, JR.,
General Agent for tha Wyoming
Ulninc, niaitlnc, Fportlnir, fnolcelm an4 the
Itepaung Chemical Compani
Ealdy Fuic, Cap and Uiploders. Ttoom (01 Con
uell Duildln;, tkranton,
485 to 4B5
N. Ninth Stroot,
TeUphoua Cnll, 233J.
niOS. I0RP nttatofi
JOHN D. fcMtni k bOH Plymouth
W. t' alL'LI.lOAN WilUiBan.