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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE- SATUTIDAY, MARCH 2, 1901.
1m Excellent. Combination.
The pleusnnt tnithod nml bcncllclul
effects of the well luioun lcmody,
hvm P or 1'Htfl, niunufiiL'turcil by the
Camtokma Tio Svnuf Co., illustrate)
the'valiiuot olitiilnlin; tlic liquid htMi
livo principles of pluuts known to bo
, medicinally lnxutlvo and pro.sciitltiK'
theittln the form iiioitrrfu'sfiiiitfto tlio
tastes nml acceptable to tho avntetn. It
is tho one perfect t-treiifftlieiiititf Ihmi
ttve, elean'ina' llio b.vhU'in ulTcctmilly,
dlspelliiiK' colds, headaches nml fevers
gently yit promptly nml enabling one)
to overcome habitual eonstlp.ition per
munrntlv. Its perfect freedom fiom
every objeellonablo (piallty nml sub
stance, nml U.s netlntrou tlic lddueys,
liver nml bowels, liliont weaKeniii(f
or irrilating them, make it the Ideal
In the process of maiiufact'iring Hpa
arc used, as they aro pleasant to tho
ta.sU', but tliu medicinal pmlitlcsof tho
icmedy aro obtained from bcnmiutid
olhr 'aromatic plants, by ti method
known to the Camfoiima I'm Putin
Co. only. In 01 dt r to get its bcnehclal
effects and to moid imitations please
irlnled on tho front, of ecry package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN ritAKCXSCO, OAL
x.ounvir.i.s. kv in:w yokk, n y.
I'orbnlobytUl DruRKlxts I'rleoWo. ptrbottUx
ni:ST IN TOWN.
ucuwrnnn dairy co
"U.'ej liortOrrtfrnI'romcttr Uollvarej
??i337 Aclamt Avcnuj.
Scranfon Transfer Co.
Paggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Private Resiliences.
Olllco D., L. & W. Fassengcv
Motion. Phono ri5.
: CITY NOTES
KIR 1'IIIV.UI. ell ll( l. MkllKll .II ,11
r'.iittl in ifiiiMrimt.- in. li.illu o leading ti,
Mikrinan Howe 'a odlu. mli prtnite othei (or
iu "suf-cniui.it. ruuii.i.i.."'-wuri
t nixrli,l(iiU. lit l tlia mmt in 1'liil.i.li Iplii i
ir Information in lo iho lnliinslc vuluo of JW
I'l'i r unuiui aiiil ut $ Stent nlel,lt.
UONO'lIU MfllO.N.-riio l.u nuiiili. NlIh.ii
i tlie (lircn ltlilifi WiniMn'n tluli will inut
MuimIjj, Mjirh t, .it .'..) p. in,. In the (.run
I:nln'i) llbr.. A luffo atliniliuid i i!c-linl.
l'UISULSn.N 'It) WI.H llu in ml ii,, ill I'.i
dolman 1jna JUy lu Mlw lluiio i:ail,, ,1
V i(oii annuo, Hill bo MiUinnlu! al ID n'.loik
i ii uioniin; ut Ilie lioinc rt the Liiilo's lnunt.
lUllNMII.lt llll,.-l.:ilian lliinl,. who v.u
Inriteil IIiIII'mI.i iiIliiI, iIiiikciI l,y In i hmkiH,!
v.itli ilmrltuii, wilil In tuii Aliliiiniii Himi rs
t nljy uiul Mu "?,W lull ful In P .ippi .11 nice
Ni;V l!riLI)l(.'. In llu. in 11 fin 111. ilm
I nt JtiuIial Ulllk will nut a hiiul-u m
I I lldlns for lijiit.ln iiiirpOMK 011 Ilm kill it
I In- fii til- luiil; lint rwctijilril for iar, at
lomlns and l.iicl.n jiina imiiiici.
I'VV U Ms -'I lie IManaro ami H111I..111 imn.
1 uiy rktrnla fialil 1 111111I ut 0 tliu.
1 n tiilliii), aiullliif. uiul tin' tallii(l at
ibontlali. Hid eiipirliilciiiliiiL'rf ilukt in
Niantun and (aibonUah well' nlw palil.
NOriCi; 10 rim 1I-n - Ml iminlxu il tin.
.rinlon file dipiitiiiuii arc rtiinstnl to mm
1 tliu t uluiubU liuw hmui' miihIij, ,uili 3,
1 'i at 1 fin ii'iloik, In uiilloiiii, to att. tul th
I Mjjil iif Hull I ilu bmlli.i, II.iIkii Diilil
W l1li5l Dllllll, U N.nl. Mi nil in t
iifiii fi -'WiH.ii i(il,!ii ui,(ii, N. hi, i,.
tjii 1,1 iimt 11 (ilimilli ,k., iiM , 11, 1
ij'rri, ttniiorii'W illutiwn ut .' m l,aip.
t BOND OFFERINGS.
Siuinjj Biosk VatelFt Mtg.5a
JJacJsr.. Valley Eke. Light, lot
Ioith Jertey and Tocono Mouu
Vtnin leo Co., 1st Mtg. Os
slaudnid Gas Co., lot Mtir. 5s.
;ihlghton Water Supply Co.,
int. ,1'iiH' "
'cv IIexJco Hallway and Coal
Co., 1st Iiltg. 5s.
Inscription nnd pilce on appli-
4 fOOipaOway, N V. ' MlkM.lljrrt.
4 " Catbundjk. . '
4 1,3 nd 0, romniomiealtli IIKIf.,
4 .' t'ernnloii.
4 - f
lo allftiil 111' funeral of Ilie tnle Ilohcrt T.
I Hi lil
I'.OUUNd Mrtll l'0iroNII ll.c tni'i
trlurtit Hip i:ik llottlnu liK'it ami t l.nl
M11rl1iKi1 if Mlkllnn, wliltli .m t lui
luen plmil lmt nU'it i'ii l' Inltn'" nil')',
M i HHlnnnl, iittlnt li t'lf HIllCM of II llllllllior
of tliu UIIU.1 lioiic tollii.
miomi I'l tin: nvMjnn-- ibc foni
nf tin liti'iirln b'ln ultui I'.v tlic InttliwtlonJl
li,rrjiliii(i mIiooI. h iul of ttir rnlort tin
unlit In llio fwtiliii'ii wliu ii'iii'" "ll lir1 M ,'1'
'Trip If, Si.iiiloti 1 milwl " lll bt I" M WW
luivlij Hlv'lit ut III, llOtll .TlTlll.lll.
"iiosoit no wiioji liosott is nn -rii-
liati'iiKl In bi' held In (iiiTiwj'it lull, M1111I1 J.
Ii iinlcr Hi" illrrrll'iii of llio rniinlv prnlillilllon
i 'iimltlrc nml not ilie Wompn'n (lirllnn run.
pirnnco tinlcti, m Ulrtl In tlto paprrii ut jo,"
trrdii. n rlibomlc- Itcmt and pn uraiiiine Is
bilnif arrinucd, timl tin- occailoii pronihn In
be one of urut Inttii'fl.
(IIMxiiril.l) TO J.MU Iwpli I'atlnn i
fiod $1 by Miur M.ilr In polltr n.utt r
iiiiln muiiiliu for hi Ink' dniiiV, lie va (jmii
! tlo I'liintj' Jill on n bill pin, N iril
in, Ml iso 1'ijl hi Mm .-moled for lilitl.lt
t,lilin loiiinilltid I'l'im n Mhiiii; 111.111 niinod
wrtiin IIiiim Milbilr iiiill(inl m bondiiuii
In id nm ol )-l,iii. Init triinlli wlllidriw
01 fit I lis 1 IIDI.N Ho inn bond ut dim
I.iik of tin' Suiiilin lluriiu nd lirllllin; lout
fnnv mil for nrctinizt tori at tlirlr olllir, No. if7
(uiilult InilMlnir, tfltnlij, nml cldtnl the fol
Ionium olMicrKi 1're.lilitit, fliatlo llurrino.
nlorv nml tiemn ., 1 KlrRpttrlil ; ccncial
maiiiirir. (I I, Wrnrr 1 lie loinpini Is doliu
1111 liiriensiiiR bii,lni. nnd an well rrpilpptd
loi all Kin I j of w lk '11 Us II ii"
OBJECTED TO PUBLICITY
Modesty ot Thico Membeia of High
School EViculty Gftvo Annual Po
Jcct a Stnggcilng Blow.
neeatiho lluec lmly membeiH of tlic
High School faculty eie ncui to
mltlvatlns Mluttevcr notoilety mlBht
nilso fiom the iiubllciltlrm ot their
Hkew-wcs In the annual, the plans for
the Kiuaneo of that Journal hae sud
ilenly colliipted, and tttili'ss otheis ton
tlnue the woik mo .ibtuptly bioken off,
Scrnnton Is In no limncilliitu danger of
KCttliif; meiKed In the excitement
which stilted U.ittlmmc not eiy lotiB
In that city nil plans foi the pub
lic, itlon of tho miniul hail been eom
plpted even to the signing of the con
ti act with the prlntcis for so many
hundieds of ioile-. when the High
School faculty came out with the edict
that the "ilreen H.ig." u It was (tilled,
should not appeal under any citcum
"lances. AVlth eeiythlng so near
(ompletlon, the students thought they
weie justilkd to continue, nnd ns a.
dliect violation ot the " lacultj's or
dois, the "Orcin Bag" made 11 tiium
The fiuulty niio lu mnis and the
leMilt was tlic expulsion of evet il ,
of the editors. Client uis the excite
ment caused among the citizens of I
li.iltlmnie. The teaelieis, iuslllkd their
conilc'iiinlng the publication of the an
nual mi tlie mounds that thoy knew
that thcio weto .soeial at tides "ro tst
Ing" Hid staff of insttuctnrs to ai'.'ar.
So when the "(lieen 13ag" was Ihslled.
the taculty decided to puiilt.li the cut
ptlts. S. l.Min AVexImin was to luivi- been
the editor in chief of the local pub
lication, which was lo line been con
ducted on the t-anie lines as tliu otdl
njiy college annual, containing Jokes
liMoiy of dlifcicnt cl islcs, otgani. 1
llniis, etc. A laigi- stittf ol assistants
had been selected, pb"lgi's of neaily
500 rulisciiliet.s wile sti tiled, and lib
Miccc-s was nsMiH'd, until tlie Misses
Mason, Kicks and Heath mode-lly 0I1-It-cteil
to the publication ol their por
traits. Uowexcr, luilets appialaiucs bcl'e
tho annual will l appeal. Two enei
getic young men of the junior Muss 11 o
pioniollng the Idea of continuing the
uluiiii', and if ptopei' suppoit can lie
glen by othet nienibeis of the sihool
it will be published. I'tinclpal tintnt
lefiikcd to either apptove or illsap
pi me of thi lneasute, lint lefettctl
the oung' men lo Stipetluteudcut
Howell, wlio has uol et lieen seen,
as lie Is atteiidiiK an eduiatloiml con
ciitiou lu c'liieago. Lively times are
MANY MACHINISTS MEET.
Ono Hunched and Fifty Delegates
fiom Wilkes-Banc Hold Session
with the Local Hcmbcis.
One bundled and llfty Wilkcs-liairu
niaeliliilblH Nlhlted in this eltv Inst
night and weiu intrilalucd by the
luembeis ot Luittl No 1'30, Interna
tional Association of Machinists, with
11 banquet and smoker at iltilbct t's
hall, on Wyoming avenue. A joint
melting of the two lodges was luld,
piccidillg the social Ictitlllc of tlie
night, and the nine-hour day mbject
moved tliu tin me of a lively disc lib
slnn. Tho 'U'llkcs-Buiicatis united lieie at
S o'clock, having i ome up on a special
tldln over the C'enttal ltallioad ol New
Joisev. They foiiued In Hue nl tho
Htatlun and headed by l'tisldent Uanlcl
Hailcv maiehed lo tho ball. About
two bundled membeis of tho local
lodge weie pi cheat I'.csldenl II. II.
r.imiiht'li dellveted a speech ot wel
come, In which he wnimly giected the
Iai.iinltcs, and I'tesldcnt Hailiv tc
sponded lulill foi the vlsitou.
The lemnlndir ot the setsion was of
ft sunt mtttiu. Tlu piupo'.e of the
liicellng was lo ii-uot tuln Hie feeling of
the ilUes-I Inn cms on the lilue-houi
finest Ion, and their .sentiment iuovkI
tiiilciMull In its favor, instead of Um
pteseiit un-huur schedule.
Among the local Imltlstiial eenti'is
lcpii'M'ilted at the imeMug weie woik.
11s fiom the Didiiwaie, Uai kawaiiuu
and Wisleiu shops, tin Dickt-ou Manu
tdctutlng company, tin. i.ac kawtinnn
lion and Steel company's shops, tho
laic and Wvomlng Valley lalltoad aim
numuoic lion und Slid companv, and
Kliuh's lion winks. Tlio vlsltois left
Si i.iuton at 1 o'eioi k on a special ttaln
Aiiaugeiueiits will piolmbly ho made
lor a 1 etui 11 meeting In Wilkes-J3ai to.
ELEGANT RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
Can Be Bought for S15.000, Should
This lesldunce Is beautltullvt situated
on one of tlie handsomest paved uv
mics on the hill Contains 1G looms.
Klist door Is finished in iiututeied ouk
tind other haul wchjiIb. Indliect htettm
heat thioiiKhout. cleetiiclty and gas.
I'lnest plumbing, ceinenttd coll ir.
I.utge lot. uti. l''or tuinis, etc, beo W,
T. llaelani. Ileal llslate, 1'ihu luill'l"
Como to Mahon's
shoo stuie Saturrlay If you want bur.
- . t 1 . 11
Auk for Kelly's union craokeis.
MEMORY OF PATRON SAINT Or
Event Wns Held in Fnhchild'o Hotel
in West Sctnnton Under tho Aus
pices of the Robert Morris Lodge
of Ivoiites John R. Edwards was
the Tonstmnster Memory of St.
David Eloquently Rcfcned to by
Rev. H. H. Harris The Othor
Tlie annual banquet ot the Robert
Mollis lodge of lvorltcs, In honor of
Ilie iinulvcisaiy of the ulitn 01 St.
David, tho patron saint of Wulcs, was
held .last night In Falrchlld's hotel.
At'fl.IJO o'clock the guests assembled
In the parlors of tho hotel, nnd as Prof.
Silas Kossar played "Men of llntlcch"
they maiehed to tlic bamiuel hall.
Rev. 11. H. Hut lis, of Taylor, und
Piesldmt David Owens led tho way.
All icmatucd standing until President
Ownns said, "nentlcmeli. be seated,"
and Mine Host Olldotf, assisted by a
bevj' of waltt esses, served the follow
ing delicious menu:
Itluj Point on Halt Mill.
Pliie rish. With Tomato sjuicf.
Jltii.l I'uiUe). Willi hblet Mil,,.
Wlille I'otatce" llrown s,.r Pol iloo
(ilcry. riiUlin 'ilad. Oln..
Cli eo and Cnclars
tale. lie fleam. ' oil. e
Aftet all had pat taken of the feast,
c Ignis weto passed mound and the
guests sang, "Down Dewey's 'Way."
The post pi. 'indl.i I eetclses weto
opened by President Owens, who spoke
Till: PllUSIDUNT'P ADDUKSS. ,
lliotlicr Mcinlieis of IIoIkiI Morris IhhIbi and
We' are gitliutd bv'lier tonluiit, .h t our
milj i mli in, lo piy lilluitc to mil loinnieri
1 11.10 I lo hiilli. iif. and dialli ot our li'lond
falrt, PaiiJ. It Is vie t'nt vo do tills lor
we not mill lionm Mm, Imt we Mitiiu Ilie rep
1 1 if n ol riiiliuc MonU loilc vie promote
tli- f-plilt ot Iritiniil.i, 'dil, 1 s n t'nn?
in em nrdri, and Me peipdui 1 111 (utomJ if
all lival WcWiurn
l am thorough!) rIj,1 vio Into itieh n iIjj.
to' in tld loimtrj' licre tluu ire no ilisiint
lioii'idiiy luim to noliill'v and "ule. win re
iiirilldii.r la undo riilpnleiit t 1 ' . 1 1 .' , 1 1 1 pro.
Kiev, (ilicrc 1 1111 vioftlilpplns Is tin lo rcoiii'.irjr
lo eierjtlilni,' tle, vilicie lllierly U 111 lij
Hole to all lnppltiess, II glies us opportnrlti' lo
pimo 111 tliiv criat ttrldrs nml ,J(e into f"''
lil-lorc, luce iimlml tiaditiois and a, I' lire
Hi' llilrioin iliirulers ot Ion? id. ?me it
thi"e' rliaractrrj wldili e as Williincn pntlui
lulc alnilre an: M. Pivld, tlic pitron aim ol
Walo,; lioirir lllijiti,-, llio foiuidir 01 HIioJc
lland and the oiRininr ol tli Iliptl.t ili'ir h
In Amerka; lloliirt loin, .llur lioiu 0111
Irdn'e is iiiimil and Iio i tlie Kirit luiirfje
tor in tlio disliiilhil iiind ol loiitinrntal IiIn
tot.i lu lids rounlrv. I lnlslit ditl at suat
liiutli 011 din m ocuipjlii pioiniiieit pines 011
liNnij's piRe, Imt I am mtilciit to illun tlie
f iker folliminn lo tnal lln.e in t licit own
Vs piisldnit of IIiia loiUi, I hid 0111 frieiids
viilcini", and cnlrejt all WiMunni lo biiii.iiu
Hie lcpiilaliun of all (.ond Ciurl let m In
hit as 1111 iiriMiiiiitlon. Let 11., rnli one, lri(e
lo le Inn; .Slut rli.iii-. n mil as gml WiUh.
I'lin. It ijiies nie gieit pliamie In introilu ln
the lnisliiiiMer ol Ilie pmiiIhj, llrollur Jolm
I' KihianN, (s,
Toastmaster Hdwanla made a .speech
tilled Willi hunioious sallies, which
i.insed much hiugliter. He Intiodmed
Itev. H. II. Hauls to lc'ipom! lo the
to.iht "St. David." Mr. llatilss aid
in pai t:
"WAS A (fltHAT MAN.
"St David was n gieat man, und
bad he lived today he would have been
just as noted and would have tlgtued
as (onspli uoiibly In the hlsloiy of
"Wales as he did In his time. Il he was
a leading man then lie would be now.
He was a man of Inheicut talent and
iiblllt.v. St David was lutciis dy te
llKluii". nnd was a power, being a
gieat leather. His iullucm o will sway
ovei Wales foiever. He was adapted
to the people of Ills time and lived
In his sph'ie, teaching the magnirt
1 em e of the gospel.
" am pi oud to be a Welshman.
The Welsh people have uluuvs been
foremost in the light for liberty and
lellglotis frcdoin. Wales has made
good progress lu education. I.lttlo
Wales, wheto 1 was born, the home
of m ancestors, let us honor her
and be good Welshmen and tine
In conclusion, Mr. Hauls recited, In
his native tongue, a Welsh poem
uppiopilate for the occasion.
Toustmasler l.'dwards then read let
teis fiom muahlo men throughout the
country who bad been Invited but
weie unable to attend. Piomlnent
among these were Russell Sage, who
bald he was opposed to baunuots, and
had put 1 based 11 paper book for at)
cents fiom which he gleaned a feast
of icasoii. Thomas U. James, lormer
postmaster geneiul, sent bis legiets.
A duet, "Two Hards," by David
Stephens and Philip Wan en, was ten
doted In an esc client manner. They
lesponded lo an incoie.
Paliuei i Wllllunu,, who was as.slmi.
cd the (oust, "The Welsh In Jiw."
was Inliodueed by Ihc timstmiihter as
one ot the billllant otiug Welsh mem
bers of Ilie In kituuiiiia lini. Jiu
liaiidli'd his sulijeii in an able man
ner and spoke m ihf prominent Welsh
JiiiIhIs thioughotit th- cotiutiy and the
position attained by many Wtlsli law
us of tills 1 Ity. some ot whom weto
luiiulieis of tho lv 01 lies
l'hll'P Win ei 11 sang a bass i-olo that
was gioutly iippicclatcd.
AVi:i.SII IN JOURNALISM
.1 I'ouiler Monls lesponded to tho
tiiitbt "Welsh lu Journalism," Hu pie
fated his remaiks with a hunioious
bloiy and told of tho power the pi ess
wielded and of the ilse of the Welsh
In this profession. He spoke ot sev
fiil will known Welsh journalists who
had secuicd eminent posltloiut In tlic
newspaper woild. He lefened to
numbers of tho lodge who had be
iciiiie able Jouiualirits nnd weio a cred
it to the oigiiulzntlon.
Pi of. Silas Rosser pluyed a beatitl.
till selection on tho plane..
Toastmaster 1M wauls next lutio.
duceil 1'. H. Robitthan, who told ot tho
"Welih In Politics." Owing to tho
lateness of the hotii, the speaker-Mas
unite lnlcf Mi. Rolmthau spoko in
hU cliuiutlc'ilstlc manner, his ie
minks being witty and Intel eating
Tlio assemblage, aiiito nnd sung,
"Hen Wind fy Nheduu," biluslng to
tin end one of the most enjoyable of
tho pleasant uveitis lu the lilstoiy of
tho Robert Monls lodgo of Tiuo Ivor
Itfi, Tho ioinmlttco to whom tho bucc"ss
of tho bumiuet was due, comprises
.lohn It. I'duaid. Daniel J. Reese, Hly
llntrls, David J. Davles nnd Dr. W.
Those present were: Rev, If, II.
Harris, David Owens, Jolm R. IM
wards, 1:. K. Uobalhan, Palmer Wil
liams, Oaylnul Thomas, John Courier
Monls, Ilouaid Davis, John McAs
kle. lloger Hvins. Ivor Pany, Philip
Williams, Thomas Daniels, James
Powell, Steve Dyer, Watklu Williams,
Dr. J. J. Robot ts, John H. Phillips,
David Stephens, Maurice Miller, John
Davis, John Howell, lien Robatlmn,
P.. Joseph, Daniel Reese, D. M. Jones,
Divld Davis, Louis Howells, Dr. Jen
kins, Dr. Davis, Ell Harris, John D.
Hughes, Philip Wan en, David Ste
phens, Prof. Rosser, Owilym A. WIN
Hums, C. M. Storm.
THEY HELD A BANQUET.
Hook and Ladder Company Also
The members of the Hcranton Hook
and Ladder company nnd Invited
guests had a banquet In their looms
on West Iarkavnnna avenue last
evening in honor ot Oustav Wenzel.
Tho affair was Incidentally the occa
sion of tho annual election of olll
cers. The otriceis elected were: Ptesldent,
Kiod Durr; vice-president. W.W. Rois;
financial secretary, Albeit Hemic: te
cordlng secretary, J. J. Martin; tiens
uerer, i II. Miller: foreman, F. S
Ujiioic; flist assistant foremnn, tius
tav Wenzel; second assistant, Rob
eit Airmailing-: property clerk, Adam
.Stclnhauscr; tiustees, Philip Schncll
and Frank Cobb.
l.awience oichestta was In attend
ance nml a most enjojablo time was
enjoyed by all. Spccihes weie made
by e-fhlef II F. Feiber, Fred Dun.
Frank Pecker, Robert Armstrong and
WAS A BIG SUCCESS.
Mnnngeis of the Homo for the
Tricndless Realized a Handsome
Sum on the Fete.
Tlie manageis of the Home for the
Filendless held a tegular meeting yes
today at the Home. Many Important
mat tuts came up for discussion, chief
of which wits the tepoit of the chair
man of the llnance committee, Mrs. J3.
F. Chambetlin, who tend the piocceds
of the Matie Antoinette Fete, as te
portcd by J. II. Uiooks, tteasurer ot
the executive committee. The total
wns $3.067.fi3, whli h elicited applause
and mutual congratulations. A vote of
thanks was tendcted the gentlemen of
the executive coinmlttte for their un
tiring clfoits In behalf of tho Home.
The managemcnUs deeply gtateful for
the earnest support furnished on every
side. As an indication of the .spon
taneous character of this, it is noted
that tho bo olllco ticket sales alone
weie $1,500. The kindness of diaper
ones, puiticipanls, business houses,
and In fact everybody was marked.
The heavy bills for light und wuter
weie discussed at length. The lust
month's charge ot J3U for vvntei, de
spite the expensive appliance!, for hav
ing tlie same, caused consternation
Among the pleasant featutes ot tho
past month was the tea given in hnnoi
of Mis. Ceuigc's eighty-sKlli bitthday
by Mis. John Monls. Other conttlbu
tois to this bnpp.v occasion tor the
deaily loved oldest member of tho
family were Mis. W. D. Kennedy, Mts.
W. 1'. Kennedy. MlhS Josephine Lees,
.Mrs. Pettlgtew, Miss Ruth Gould. Ml.ss
Susan Dickinson, Mis. V, 11. Ripple
and Mis. H. S. Moffat, while the mat
ion, Mis. A. K. AValkcr, assisted in
making it a delightful a I fair.
The following- donation list was lead,
the glveis of which aro vv at inly
MUs Miirsle eiillci, lirrail. Mil" II C Hiook.
M1HM. Miss l.uip nlin, Mrs ' " Mcnult,
Mm M s KnlRlit, MIc Lillian II. Motil,
dotliintr. Mt Vnule ti 0I111, time dis dies
iiiiMnir ncrdfis; Jhs W. p. keniinb. oranee',
ct 1 ; Mr Jolm (irnter, Inut, nullum miller,
il , Mi .lolm II. Jiiifi-, Olipliiiil. quantity
torn, Rjiiics. glove., ele. ; 1'iolijtirlan eliunli,
liiiiiiiioic, n idiiu milter. Min l.enlei, vp.s
llarrlit I.. ( uoper, Ml), I! CI llmol,,, two ad.
JustaMc tallies; s,(on, I'u-Ojj ti ijti ihurili,
ovhtern, Ijiiii-,, iro.,in,; Mrs Willi. mi llorMr.
iicM(V, Jill.', etc ; Mm nilen Miaugei , Mr. and
Mri-. W. II. Seek, Willie and ltoheit S-luuser,
taipit nmepera; MIm sUsiu ;, pukinson, ir
amjes for old lulks; Mrs Hernlnl Hall, iliild'a
crib; I'. A. .SkKlir, urlatfi; MI1 l.lizalietli
Wuliiirn. Mis Mirgaiet Woodruir, Aoulli's Com
panion, l)i. U. II. Hand, four iloztn uns ion
dniMil milk; Mis. (.'. II. IIiiiNjII, elolliiiiK,
Mrs J, IlauiiB, ci idinK maltir, Mi, OcorKO
Mltrliill, l'tltslon Mine Co, repihi, on lame
(.rccn Rlilgo 1'ieMiilirian iliuuli, lneid, Mr.
( p. Jones, (.'rao and Untie .NoIjii and Untie
l.ouir, 11 ailing nultir; J. b. C'ounell A. Co,
llt.uioldc llios , 1 ilt mills; Mis Thomas Puk
m,ii, inn luiicls Hours p. Kilirll, I11111; Pr P.
W I.iuio, , dflirn 1 .ins lomlniMd milk, Mrs.
I'ctei Hunk, unit, clothing, leadlne matter, cti ,
Mls Jennie Ki.MioliN, nisar. Ic.i, cle j Mis.
J P. lliikvin, slit for tuition; Mr.'. J. K,
( handler, blanket, (alko, etc ; Mrs. ( laienea
sturKC fmlt and pin. lis; Mis William 1'oteecl,
toip. v iluo 41 ), CJ. . Millai k Co, limp,
n,u ml Ity irockrry .ind glassnaie; Scnnton (,as
and Wilier Co, len luriels apples; Mrs W. 1'
Kiniied, upoiiRo lakts; rf. Ddward .Vilin, pair
ihlikfiii. I J. William., Jlrs T. 1! llrool.s,
potaton; C Lirenz, leading matter; Mrt. H (i.
Ilukir, millens, Mi. 1' 11 Wall, It 11 lulls
,imKu'i; I.iekjuamu Pjirv (o, milk; J. P..
lliv, ,1 (o. In rati ; I.idit-,1 Aid foi lily. Pilu
le, ie I'li.lnterlau iliuirli, SJ urch row lag tar
)it, II O. Pile, victables, Miricl's inirkii,
mli, fruit, i gctalili.
I)e-eils vine hunWied ,y Mr. 1' 11. Plall,
Mrn C. II. Kott, Vhfc. .1. . I'rlei, Mis W.
II hciinub, Mli.. W. W. Pcrinton. Pr. I.iuiin
C. koniiiile as in atliiidaiiie, a-l.lni hj Pr.
sjiurdai nlulit ilmioi,, llulirwartfi's lukcn,
In rad and cal.ts, Iluduei, larrrtt Pro., C 1'
Hone. T. i: Carr .V. sn, y Allni, .1 I.
Ilojir, A M Mori. II I'lene, P. i: Mir
licrKir, W. II I'lene, l.tmliicr'n InUry, lluglioh'
market, spencer maikit. ToUl value ot tlie,e
donations, ?IJ OT, ns estimated
NO INCREASE ON ArRIL 1.
Denial Made of an Afternoon Paper's
It was authoritatively announced
last evening that tho statement made
In an evening paper that Ilie Insurance
rates In this city would be Increased
23 per cent, on Apt II 1 la untitle
Exception was also tuken to the
statement that Instiianco tates vvera
raised 23 per cent, a few ears -ago.
There has been only one change in In
suianco iates heia for a long time,
and that was six years ago. It Is
stated that It was an adjusting and
equalizing ot iates which took place
then and In no way could bo consld
oicde an luctcaso of an thing like 23
Hen's Good Solid
working shoes, $1 and J1.25, at Million s
removal sale, COS Lackawanna avenue
Steam Heating and Plumbing.
P. P. & M. T. Howley,23l Wyoming ave.
Kaiiey Ploilda Oiuuses, 35e do. Com
SCRANTON WILL HAVE A DIG
Committee of tho Local Knights
Templar Have Been in Metropolis
of the Blue Grass Stato At ranging
for the Scrantonians Who Will Bo
Present at tho Gieat Templar
Event for Which Such Extended
Arrangements Aic Being Made,
Big Entertainment Fund Raised.
The Knights Templar of Melita com
inniidory, No. 6S, of this city, will
piobably occupy their sleeping en. 6 as
quarters during their stay In Louisville
at the Tilonnlnl 1'onelavp, August LIT
30, next. A eoiumltUt-' of Tomplnt.s
from Scrnnton. composed of fchr
Knights J Seidell Hwlsher, J. II.
Woolsey and Thomas I'ahucr, was In
Louisville this week to niruiiRe fjr the
pllgt Image of the white plumed 111cm
lieis of Melltu. These gentlemen weto
ncconipanled by II. A. V"lls, New
York passenger ngenbof the ILilthuoro
fV- Ohio, t'pon their uitlvnl here iney
were met by Col. It. S. Hi own and Col.
.1. T tluthrlglit. ohuliman of Con
claves committees, the luttet on hotels,
and weto dilvcn over the eltv u look
for a location. They isit'-il tic sites
of the piopiisid I'llllmuu Village
whcio will be "parked" clghtv sleep
ers, and the Tented City, a camp to
be erected at Fountain Fen.v 1'atk for
the accommodation of 4, ihmi Knights
The hotels available and the icsldcnce
portion of the city 'veic also taken In
The .Seiauton knights, howcvei. ie
tin ned without closing a emit tact and
Will probably use their I'ulhnans, be
ing much Impressed with the advant
ages such 11 eouise ofteis, ulthough tho
city Is abundantly able to cate for 1a0,
oou vlsltots, und that ety comfoilubly.
Mr. Swlshi'f said theto would be two
bundled In the patty fiom Scianton
and that a latge proportion of 11 would
be ladles. Iudu-d it now seems that
the Louisville conclave will noi oulj
exceed in point of attendance all for
mer uienutdls, so far- ns visiting
knights Is com 01 ned, but that thete
will bo inoie wives, daughleis and sls-
teis of Teinplais in tin- t It dining
Oinud encampment week than at m
meeting of the past.
UK! FUND UAIriUD.
Louisville Is w 01 king In earnest on
conclave plans. Abeady llfty commit
tees .tie winking- on the pteliminaili"'.
An entertainment lund of JtOD.uoo has
been raised to bo pcnt on a mo
gramme of attraethma never befote
attempted at a conclave. Tlie week
will open with divine service Sunday
morning, conducted by Veiy Imminent,
Sir and Itev. J. C. "VV. Coxc. ot "Wiish
Ingtou, Iowa, gland pt elate of tho
(iiand encampment. Monday will be
devoted to receiving and escoiling to
their riuattets the hundreds of com
miinderles anlvlng The ldg patade.
with H0.000 knights and 1J" bands of
music in line, will be Tuesdav's rou
tine, while Iho competitive (Will, the
tlist since the San FiancHco conclave
In ISM, will bo the atttactlon for Wed
iiesdav. Theto will be live handsome
sterling tioiihlea awinded the success
This drill will btlng together the
eiack Templar teams of the count!.
One pretty fc.ttuie In connection with
it Is a company of Kentucky Hcautles
to be loiincd. Kucli eoniinundeiv in
the state has named a sponsot In tho
pel son of the piettlest young women
to bo found in the several Jutisdlctions.
Tin-so fab voung ladles will also grace
the enles talnnit nt at the hot so show
building on 'ednes.da.v night, when
the wlnnets aie to be announced and
the pi tee glen to the sunessful ioijis.
On Thutsdiiy thi-ie will be a lunse
display at Chuichlll Down", whole tlio
funious Kentuekv Dei by Is 11111 evety
sptlng. Heie will be seen the Ken
tucky horso thai (Highbred, tiottei or
pacei in ils best foim, as only tho
equine ailstocuuy of the state will be
on exhibition. A monster cuke vvultc
and band conceit, In connection with
a great watei melon feast, aie among
the tilings proposed for Friday. Kacli
night will see entettnlnments galoie.
Thete will be the giand ball at Con
fcdeiate hall, which will aceonunodate
13,000 dancers and spectatots, a leccp
Hon at the Masonic "Widows' nnd Or
plums' Home, the pioneer institution
of tlie kind lu tho United Stntfs, boat
exclusions up the Ohio river, exclus
ively for knights and the ladles they
accompany; several public and private
leceptlons to tho distinguished guests,
among whom will piobably be Piesl
dent McKlnloy, Speakoi Hendeison,
Hear Admlial Schley and lion, .1. D
ltlchntdson, soveielgn si and com
mander of the Southern Jurisdiction
of Scottish Ulte Masomy. There Is
ceitalnly a gieat time ahead tor those
who como to Louisville lu August
Resolutions of Condolence of Electric
hcieai, It ban been the will of
Almighty Ood to temove fiom our
presenco our beloved und istcemed
member, ltoheit 1 DIebl: and
AVheieay, In the los ot our biothet
uienibc'16, we have sustained an It
pat able loss, not only as a ineinbei,
but ns a tilend whose Integrity, hon
esty of pin pose and uprightness ot
character was bejond tepieach, theu'
foro be il
lletolvcd, That wu e.teud to the be
uaved family our heuitlelt .lymiuithj
in this, their hour of ti iu 1. and lom
inend them to the all-wlxe itulcr if
tho I'nlveise, whoso chastisements
aio meant lu mercy; hi It tiiitiici
ltesohed, That our ihartei !
draped lu moutnlng lor a period of
thlily da8i that these icsolutlons be
spread upon the minutes of the club:
that a copy bo piccnted to tho fam
ily, and that they be published In the
A T Stovei.
II. D Moie,
Foi Shatteied Neives.
A icmedy that will soothe, build up
tho wasted tissues and enrich tho
blood Is Indispensable. Llehty's Ccleiy
Netve Compoimd has been woiidetfiil
ly successful iu cases of nervousness,
as thousands of gtateful people will
testlf. Sold by Matthews Bios.
Tho Bavgains Will
interest you at Mahon's lumoval sale,
BOS Lackuwanuu avenue.
ROu Navels for 3Dc doz. I'oui ten's.
Cal. piunes, lbs. .Tic, Com sen's.
The Art of Living.
and living woll is In Judicious buying. Where you buy is of
aB much importance as what you buy and what you pay for it.
Wo have soveral Dinner Sets that wo want to close out, th
quality is tho best, our only icason for cutting the price is
because they havo been hero too long. One a Haviland & Co.
Ficnch China, 113 pieces, former prlco $50.00, now $35.00.
Ono Roast set, Jones English China, was $30.00, now $20.00.
Soveral other sets of equally as good quality at greatly re
Geo V Millar &
VJtU. V . 1T1II1CII A
b We fiarrv the flnlv
llron and Steel i
in this section of the state, Dou't
make any mistake when iu tlic mar
ket for same,
II Bitten bender & Co.,
126 and 128 Franklin Avenue.
LEWIS & REILLY
Nos. 114 and 116 Wyoming Ave.
WHY WE GROW?
We are the largest buyers of Iloucst Shoes, aud
we pay for them promptly, saving all discounts,
which is a great benefit to you who buy ot us.
Local notoriety is not the chief reliance of our
business success, but Self Reliance, Honest Busi
ness Methods aud National Popularity arc some of
the vital features of our well-earned aud acknowl
We are not defenceless because we are the de
fenders of Honest Shoes aud Iloucst advertising.
We appeal not to your sympathies nor your
prejudices nor any questionable influences for your
patronage. If our shoes are not just what we ad
vertise them aud the values not as we represent,
your money cheerfully refunded. Relying only on
this Honest Business Rock for our existence.
I Why We
Wc Place on Sale This Morning:
500 pairs Youths' ami
Boys' Shoes, all sizes.... 30c
200 pairs of Men's line
House Slippers, .ill sues. 'J3o
200 pairs of Men's Rub
beib, toes a litto narrow. 25c
We have .1 special attrac
tion in :
5:0 paiis misses and
"iris' Si. 25 Shoes, which
we sell for 50c
These shoes aic well built
toes squaic, common sense
good quality. Never a bet
ter baigain in shoe leather.
300 pairs of ladies'com
fort shoes not a pair
worth less than 73 cents.
Take them at 2.1c
s. 114& 116
Tele p'-ione 2482.
Damaged by Water
On Sale for One---Half
Such ol our Household l' teii-.il. a, were iu the Base
ment 01 our store on the side nearest the lire got their
full share of smoke and water. The are being sold out
to make loum for entire now goods, and you buy them
for one-half their actual worth -if you eonie quick.
'Ilu'v'ro worth coming after.
J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO.
312-314 Lackawanna Avenue.
Co. m wjomim atcmio
VU. WMUri .nil Look Around S
fiomnlp.tfi Slnnk of b
200 paiis of Men's
Burt Shoes, plain globe
toe, mostly narrow
widths; .joo and 65.00
kinds; why wc giow
We have ;oo cases
ladies' rubbers the 40
and 50c kind take 'cm at 23c
200 pairs of ladies' standard
makes, button and lace shoes,
extension soles, the $3, $4
$ kinds; "why we grow"
price, $2. 30 per pair.
200 pairs of ladies'
heel and spring heel
shoes button and lace,
1, no kind; "why we
grow" price $1,10
Frea Deliv3.y to ai Pari of ts City