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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 190f.
i the riches! milk from field
fed routwith the water
left out. All the goodness of
the unskimmed flesh milk
l there with tirosphntes
and hjtiophostihitcs nildcd
in quantity to make it equ.il
to a whole wheat diet. Jt
nukes children healthy
with .strong txines, tine teeth,
steady nerves, active, brain;
jt give strength to the aging
and invalid; for the tnble it
is better than fresh milk
rich as cream.
I'tee booklet on reqnfit,
DR. HAND CONDENSED MILK CO,
BEST IN TOWN.
LACKAWANNA DAIRY CO
3 elepbone Ordira Promptly UU verel
3f "37 Adam Aveou.
Scranton Transfer Co.
Baggage Chei ked Direct to Hotels
ind Private Residences.
Office D.. L. & W. Pascugtr
Station. Phone ."I'D.
Dr. H. B. WARE,
tU, LAR, NOSE and THROAT
ciw lii.v; lot ii wit.i lAMint.ii" ,
' 1! Oa. in . 3 4 p. i flpp, I'lMoftiec.
! CITY NOTES I
MllMH, llll. 1,T PWMviidav- will li
ih last day lor filing appeals in tin1 piothoro
ji nttii in tin Man U turn.
llilirii IMXU.UIOV buiit forl.s-tiic
r 1 1 -cut dives of tlic loul Mliii Wiikers' mil 'in
I t' i r llilcton .sostenliv nimnlng nn lli culy
Pi in jii'i Hudson tiain.
lil I LW.U KIIOM .1 Ul.. ".tames hilars w n
n ised horn the county j i II jcsterdi.v. Kaino
vd umiultiril 1'ibm.iry 27 li-t ti luecin, but
111 II c III. llOCII VvlllldtllSlll.
MII1IM. M M. 'II o cab. fuili ami
, ililiimn will mill -iinday nUht, Much, IT, .it
1! -uij hall at S o'cloi I, feharp. All nu nibns
S' ririrj-irrj lo ho jri-iiit. a. hu-hti-s if im-
I ami m11 lie tiJUMitiil,
IHIMI I! H0 MI HIT) lllc hard Mllighei,
1, eais old. IIiIiij on .lamm i-ikiI, tin his In t
i! hadlv in'iiird .soteula) b.v In Ini.- tun over
in a Ham "I empty ioal fan in tin' Mnivlllo
ii M Hi w.is tiken to llio )Imj 'I ij loi hos.
iii-nvi) . wirr-itiiiiiiiu.ii.ii mi m.
iif i uj finny itticrl, weie pieisuutuis
ijiih-t cadi otlm in Ahlciman Millu's coml
jctculav, nnil both weie litlil mull r Nam lull
(or ippiaiimc In uiiirt in tic" thai go ni thieal-
mug io kill.
I'i 1U -I lie liil.iw.iii. Lukiivatuia iii'l
Witrni unipim lompldul the IMniuij uvs
firiili. win ii tin- lialanii' (if tlm imliiincn
i" leiiumeiatrd loi their 1j1 month's ssoih,
Ini' llrlaaro anil IlinWin lonipany pjl.l .Mslrr.
m at Hip Oulbiook walur, rarlionOili', and
ii Clinton miiii'i at ainlliiiir
( rilO, lIIsTOHIL U. soill.lj t I,.
liilflil ii IiicflliiR ul the I utlicili HUtmlial n
1'irH 1'rofpv.nr I'dnanl I liiod sin a inu,i Intti
"tine talk on the "Catliulh ( hunli and (.i'i.ui i
ph ' lie stoutfd Hie idoj that llir f itholli
mil' h Is (Iir piipiny of m iriici-, ami ald Hut
when gcosra phots dtln In go In a rftiiil uf lit
Spiing' Biook Wftter.lst Mtg-.Os
Lacka. Vnlloy Elee. Light, lbt
North Jersey nud PocouoMouji
tain Ice Co., 1st Mtg-. 5s.
Standard Gas Co., 1st Mtg, Gs.
Xehightoti Water Supply Co.,
1st Mtg'. Ss,
New Mexico Railway and Coal
Co., 1st Mtg1. 5s.
Descilptlon and ptlce on Appli
M tlroaOsvay, N, V, Allies llarre.
f Caibondale. -f
f 4, 6 and fl, Comnionnealth Illjj., -f
appeal to Mltlc a ctOKMphlfal disculon they
hae tn go to tho Vatlran library. A piper en
Hi "Knglluli Citliollc roeta" wa tad by Mm.
A. I'. Huffy.
CnilTIN' INQfKST. The InqJieal In the car
cl tho late llcnry Orlfllu. Mlio dlfd without
meillcal attention, us to have been held in Ilia
Khool Iioiue at Orccn HIiIro last nlglil, but
Coroner lloberls aa unablo to get I he iiereiry
ltiiceii to the l.inlnf. Another effort will bo
made to bold the inquest tonight.
I)liTInili:P llll! PATIKMS. Mounted Officer
llloch atrested a liVjeai-old boy by tlin riaino of
funk HarloU clerday for plajlnif maibles in
front of tho I-ackawamn hospital. DartoU Is
a member of a gang of lailt who eangiegats at
the ho'pltil dully and they proe u ourre of
mufli atiiio.ianc to the patlenla liy their noly
tlltr.MU.'K ItKI.ICF AStOCI VTIOX. The
nutnbeii cf llio I'lrenun'ii llollef .iseoflallon held
a ffnli)ii last night behind elowd doors in tho
lecordei's olflce. Newspaper men were barred
out and at the conrluriun of the meeting l'rel
deut John Molr refimd to ny nn.lhlng about
tho limine, transacted, crept thit it was of A
PMSOXKHS OP W.MI. Tho I'liion es I'linoncn
of Mar oinoi lotion will hold It, nunual meeting
tomorrow afternoon at the rooms if V.na (iiiflin
post, (I. A. II., tonunenclni; at 'J o'tlnrk.
tiinqiiet Mill be scied In the ening at
l o'dofk, to be lollimed by a camp-fue.
An addies is to be made by Captiln J.iine lluw
Iran, of Milkendlirre, on "SalUburj Prison"
HP.t.D A SMOKKIt. After da lit la.t pjenlng the
number if Company C, Ihlrlecnlli icgiment,
held a Mnoker In the jinnory. Itccintly Captain
llelriegel lecehed a tnc of cigars from I'alwaid
Itlchard", formeil) a member of Company C, but
now utalionid In Culu wllh Troop fi, sinth
tjlry, and the.i-horl netting last runing was
to (onsunic the mine while promoting a li'llcr
feolliiic of fellow Milp.
TWELVE MEN ARRAIGNED.
They Wete Charged with Various
Offenses Against Peddlers.
Fined and Held in Ball.
TeHturdav iwolvo of -the barn inen
nnd drivers tti the wiikoiih oC Cukcj1
fi Kelly's blow ci y ijoie wralmiod In
Alderman Jllllar'n rouit on various
chaises pie fet red by tlvv pcddlets.
Tim case ntiraiti-d much attention in
tho nt'igliboihoori of thi' brewery nnd
tho whole fommtinlty tucked Into the
alderman'h otllce lavt night.
Tln drlwrs nncuti'd r;avi their
names and nddusos a:: follows:
Thotnos Kcniioy, Aichbald; J'atilek
Jlahon. Mlunoldt; Kdwunl Ifarilngtou,
III Palm street: John Kofiran, Jpmcg
ManRim, lltd 1'roipeit avenue; Iat
itek Kymtm, T37 Vc ytroet: AUchael
o'Uoniudl, 1113 New street; John N'al
lln, John (.llbiide, 11 OS South Washing
ton avenue, l'aliid: F.idden, 111S
llrlnker street, and Jlk'iael I3vtona,
l Vie: street
The peddletH who appealed aR-alnt
tlin: weio Iguatz Altninn, 409 South
AVyoinlns nvetiue: .faints Allttlenian,
216 KinniPt street, l?ein.sttln, 209 rifth
meet; ivter SMnberffcr. 30." V'lrnt
i.tiiH't, ami J iu oli tliosiner, 3I'J 1'li.st
Dlfterent tales of the t lilts jilaycd
upon tin- peddlerh, such us confining
thtni lu the b.un for several Iiouih.
liposii!r of the hoi sos and wagons,
disuriangliit; tho harne.t stealing
hvns-i and ..upper and feeding a hoins
llnir, weie told. Tho aldennnn dl
chaiged the men on tho chaisfi of as-f-ault
nud battel y, anJ lined them 10
each fur illf-ouleily conduct. They
weie also held under 3300 ball each for
laieeny and ruiclty to ai.liualx.
l.omr and loud weio the irle of in
iliguatlon that succeeded this dei Islon,
the nji-n pioteMlng that It was nil a
i.'tse of mlaundciftandliiK. Jn tin heat
of the cM'lU'iupnt Putilck li'adden
managed to make lilt voice hoard
,iboe the babble, and swore out .l
warianl af,ainsi Mlniaii for uerjury.
Altman waived a healing and tntcied
?."i00 ball tor his pppeaiance In eouit.
Wl-.ile the uldennau wb makinr," nut
iiJiiiPiltmeiitstor the entlie crowd John
t'. liochp and Htnty .1. Uutl'i, col
lectots tor Casey & Kcllj , entsied -inc?
paid $110 in tines and furnished $?,20.1
ball for the appeal ance of (he men l'l
WRESTLING AT THE GAIETY.
Patdello Will Meet Chailes Zang
on the Mat Tonight.
Cluii lis Zancr, the well-known ama
teur ba.se ball, tot ball and basket
lull pl.ijer ot Scianlon, will wiestle
f.eo 1'ardello, Uoebor's wioslllnp palt
lit r nnd James J. Corboll's tuiuer. m
tin- new ("iaiety 'J'htatio tonight. I'ai
dell'i offiH to fin felt the sum of llttv
dollais if lio does mil sccuru a fal'
lu ill teen minutes from Zang. T'ar
dello will aUn wrestle William Joliu-t-on,
of Plttsburi;, the same loudltlons
prevalllni.- ifKiuillng the tall.
William Lestei, the llKhtwdglit, will
wiehtle Haniuel HixIr-Ius, of Jesiup.imd
oilers fo foiloll twonly-i.ve dollars If
he docs not secure a iall tiom UocIkIih
ii. Ill teen minutes. f'ariloPo nnd Lot
ti r aie both memtvis of West's Twen
tieth fen tiny funis mmpany, iiov
pU'ylliif nt the Nc. Oalety Theatie.
The Clausen sistfis aie also fnatuie
of the show.
Cm inn ,1, ,1. Ifoberis iflirdai i udmuil an
Inquest lu thi c ike of (hark, Iwoiia, of Ninth
Miauiiin, wliii cuhimltti'd tulclde Mondas Jllir
mum liv hwallnwlng a do-e ut ciiliolk .aid. The
jnrj, nlihli imui-tisl of Kicd oiuiff, Oitige
.Nelu, .Iui'it ...luichl, .Icivph Woellii-, ,1 icnh
Sindsilfiif ind Jalwaid Connolh, ileelde, thai
Ki't.iif in. I iliilli al his own hind-
WHAT DOES JAR CONTAIN?
The iait iialiue of the cr.ntinU of die gla.s
jar ' niitciioiM,r lound Mondas urnini; en
the ,li dump in the lcai of the IImiMoi club
houe, on Wuhlngton avenue. In mill a putilr.
The iar was taken to pollio liridquaitet,, when
lmiij curloiu peiirfin, esanilned U at .i peel
nbU' ilUtainc, the dlcncli biliiff oveipouctlnu,
'J lie toiomi Int. bieii noilflcd ot Hie find,
TO WIND UP BRIBERY HEARING
An efluil Is to b made liy the Mullcipal
league to fonduet . linal healing in tho bribery
raie now pending lo ruing them to lha attention
of the jriand jury now In f.e.,lin, 'tho heailng
will probably be conducted today or tomoiiow.
Yesteiday's Manlage Licenses.
Janiea V. Ilai.U Wllkes-Ilane
(iraee bowsri ill,e.Bjrre
lllah II. Cole ortli Ahlngton
I iiiiua HaiiKliu South Ahlngton
nanl, rundjcl Suranlon
llota Novak S runt on
Willie 11. Davla Scranton
fcman Price rcrantwi
Schrlevei's Three Dollar Portraits.
To effectually conect the provatllng
Impression that the Gold Medal Studio
produces none but e.vpcnslve plctuies,
Schrker's three dollar poi trait is spe
AUIstlenlly well, wo shall say noth
ing f their merit. See them at the
DENIES THAT HIPPER IS UN-CONSTITUTIONAL.
Goes Over in Detail the Allegations
That Are Made Against the Vari
ous Provisions of tho Ripper BUI.
Declares That Scinnton Is a Sec
ond Class City nnd That the Ripper
Is Now Effective Here Caso Heard
in Equity Court Cottit House
The patties and attorneys to the quo
warranto proceedings directed against
James Molr to compel him to Bhovv by
what right ho holds the olllee or ie
corder, yesterday went before Judge.
H. At. Kdwnrds, who Is picsldlng In
the main court loom this week, and
made an application for the advance
ment of the nigument of the caci! fioin
Tue.sd.iv of next week, the date oilg
lnally jlxc-sl, to tomorinw morning at 9
o'clock. Court allowed the change.
l.ule yesterday afternoon Mayor Molr
filed his teply to the petition on which
the writ of quo watranto was granted.
The answer follows;
The reponilent, .lames MMr, cMfpllig and re
cits Invr all tu inner uf exception to the ein,
both in form and aiiMance, iniikis answer ti llio
Infnrrnillon or sump'-dlnns
rilft He admits that an Hi uf the generil
a-sembly uf Prnnnylvanii, enlltled "An ait for
tie government of titles of the n-conil clus,
ni approved on thcreienth daj of March. 1'HtI,
and is now the law lejiulnllng tho government
of Mid clticaj but he denies tint the mid not
1, in any piiticnlar inopeiatlvo or tmcoiislltu
Seiond He admits the facia nlleged in the
second puagraph of the niigmntlcn m infuiiii.i
tinn, except the list eluw tlurcnf, to wit:
"And who, In addlllon tn liU otlur fioum. Is
aiitlmitrril tn iicrfoini .11 the duIkH hcielofme
pcrfonned by the maior of wld Ity." He does
lot admit that lh" fact is a, vtited iu the wouls
Juki quoled, but alli'uea that the duties o( re-
i-order, ns ileugnsted ami llseil iij tin- aci or
March 7, 1001, aforesaid are mieli an .lie hpeeifled
and dcwlgnated In the said uit, a bv re feieni e
theutu will fulls- appear, and that he has no
other powers or duties as recorder, ac Mich a
aie npidlliallv veiled in liliu by the said net,
a duly authi'iiticatcd copy of which act Is at
taclud heiclo and nude a put of this answer.
'Ihlrd-lle- admits the ulutemcnls ot fait con
lilned iu the thiol paiagi iph uf the auggrsiion
or Inrormirkin to be tnm as Unrein .t.iif iJ.
I'ciiHili tie respondfM is advind aud hillcves
that the allcgationx of the fuuith pnagiaph of
tin- infuimatlou or tuKgielion are Ilidchnlle, ini
inaleilal and aigumrntatlvc and that he is not
required In law to .uwwn the tame. o fir as
Ihe ild allegations iim.i be unmleit as material,
it is admitted that the petitioner, ns -i flllni
and laspajer of tin- cilv of N.ranlo, is propeily
inleredled in having a rt.ibla and legal fuim of
luiiiilelpal governnienl, but it Is not in am iy
admltled thai the IfgMatuie has not tin- riKht
to enact a law which will deprive .1 municipal
olfletr, elected by the people, fluni ecrrl-ing
the dullei and trccivlng the emoluments if Ihe
oflho dining thu teiin for whlcli he was dee Ml;
bill, on Ihe contiai;, the legWatuio his lull
power to do and perform tho act which is com
plained of iu this paragraph jo fir as uch ait
refills from the provisions of the f.ihl Act uf
llauli 7, l'JOl, and having uih tull powir, the
ct of Assembly nf Maicli 7, loul, rest on no
doubtful lonstllulioiial authollti
liflh Ihe ir-pnndirit Is advised and believes
that the allegations of Ihe fifth paragriph of the
urgesliou oi Informatlou are fulls- irieles cut and
immitirlal and aigunienlitisc, aid that it fi Is
feu th no tails to which ho is called upon to
nuke aasssu. ."sj Ui as It mas- be laid that
hJih allegations mc in ans Manuel piitlculirls
nnleiial, he alleces lhat the legulituro ha, full
puwerai.il authorils 10 miner upon the gonriior
all the power sested n him under tin- terms
arid usi!nm of Mid Act of Manli 7, pill, not
vsitlislaiiiliiig it prodiicea ihe lertilts -pultlul in
the said piragiaph.
Mth The iispond.'iit i jilsi-ed nnd bdicsis
that the allegations oi ihe itli paaferaph of the
suggestion in Information aie fully Irrdesant and
immalerial and .irKVimenlatise, and that.it fel,
tenth no fiets to svhich he is lalled upon tn make
answei. s.0 (,r j, )no allegations of the said
paugiaph iniv be comidried in .inv m inner ma
tcrUI, It l, alleged tint no evpriM constitutional
piusisloii Is uted iu Ihe Mid paragraph, which
the id complained of in .my manner viol.de,
and it is alleged bs- the iepnudcnt lh it the
leglslntni,, ha, full pnssir to eonfer upon the
irosniioi jnd Ihe governor his tull nulhcrils to
perfHtin the ills complalnid of in the nld pin
graph. Nor i vro.NsrmjniiNAii.
Mrveiilh -lu aiiiwcr to the alli'gatioiH lu the
fesenth paragiaph of the .nid migge,tio-i oi In
formation, it , denied thai (he act wken of is
uuionsllliKlniial and void, and tint It is in any
le.pect in tin- nature nf epeeial oi loial legist i
II in pmliiblted by the constitution. It Is fur
thei denlid llul thefedloii of the act Willi lefn
ctice to the illsiiijh.il of policemen and firemen
refund to In the Mid paiagiapli Is in conlllct
with tha eonstlluljon, and It is fmthor allived
tint evin II the said see Hon vsero in conrlic t villi
the LiiiudHutloii in the- pirlluilar mentioned,
it would not have (he eflict of rendering llio
entile act void, but Would only prevent the evcr
clsn of the power therein- gi Intnl.
I.lgiith lu jnsswt to the alli'ifuluiis of the
eighth pitagtaph of Ihe niggcuttoti or infoima.
tmn, it is ilirilcd that the appointment of n
Hiondcnt waa void bivausc Ids mine svxs not sent
tn the f.enato iot ninllinMlion, and It is alleged
tint such fiiiirlmiatlmi was not required bj .ins
piovlilon of the eonstllutloii or nf ihe hss, and
that the pimlslorn of ectlon ', artlde t of the
constitution, cited, iln not apply to iiumiclpil
oillics sihIi a, that iljlmt'il and excrdprd hv (he
respondent. It Is tuither denied lint the leKls
lalure and the governor c-tc ceded their constltn.
Hunal authoiaj bs the act, oi the liglsliture In
Ihe elld pnaglaph
Ninth for answir to tlm aiiegitlons of Ihe
nliilli paragiaph of tin- Miggentlon ot uiiorma-
lion, respondent denies the irgumnils, uj
fentallon, and coinlusloii contained in the caM
piragnph to 1m- as tin rein stiied and N nlsi,
mid belleses tint the Mine aro vvlinll) Iridic mt
1 1 nl li It 1, ndiniited li.u the said ,n I of a-
AN UNEQUALED RECORD
Theie Is a Rapidly Increasing Vol
ume of Scranton Evidence Rolling
Up for the Gieat Medicine, Dr. A.
W. Chase's Nerve Pills.
It would n'cni that haidly anion
can tako Dr. A. V. Chase's Xeive
Pills without receiving marked bone
lit. Tho wonderful action of this meell
elno lu putting people on their feet
who aro In a weak, mn-down condi
tion Is tho talk of every place they aie
known. It Is only u shoi t ilmo since
they flist canio to Scraiuon, jet lodiy
they are mote In evidence for ineii't
with Hcunton people than all other
Mrs. John Penatei, of Xo, 4,jn r4eo
court, Botanton, n i-ays: "Di. a.
W, C.'haso'H Xeivo Tills that 1 got ,u
Matthews Titos.' drug stoie, No. y.-o
Lackawanna avenue, are it lino medl
elno Indeed. I was suffering with a
lot of pain In the left bide, o-er tho
spleen a, gnawing pain but nothing
seemed to stop It. I was icstless and
nervous, ns well as iuii down. The
norvo plllrf, however, pioved junt the
thing, stopping the pain and neivous
ness and giving me stiength and en
ergy. I can say this conscientiously,
and am pleased to think I can "
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve i'llls ate
sold at 50c. u box at dealers, or Pr, A.
W. riinse Jlcdldiio Co., lluffulo, .v. v.
Sen that portrult and slgnuturn of A.
W. Chaise, M. D., arc on every package.
How to Obtain a Platinum Copy
12 1-2x10 1-2 in Size Free.
Theie Is no painting among the mod
em masterpieces of ait trmt appeals
so stiougly to the hearts of mankind
as Hlchcl'fl "Aladonnn,'' It Is ald no
amount of money could buy the origi
nal. A platinum copy of this painting IS'i
by I6V3 In size, would cost fioni l to
M per copy In any llist-class plctuie
storo In this city, but owing to the lib
eral oner of tho Xorninn Llehty Alan
iifncturlng company, It will be possible
to obtain n copy within a few days
The firm recently secured C0.000 copies
of this famous painting for freo dlstil
butlou. They uto 123 by Wj In slue
and have no advertisements upon them
whatever. So gieat 1ms been the de
mand for them that the company has
been compelled to allot a definite num
ber to each city. The allotment for
Sin anion Is now on the way here from
the publishers, and ns soon as they
have been received. It Is the Intention
of the Xoimaii Llchty Manufacturing
company to allow one copy, until thu
supply Is exhausted, absolutely fiee to
each puichuser of one 21-cent box of
Krause's Cold Cine or Kiause's Head
ache Capsules. This Is eeitalnly the
most llbeial and expensive offer ever
made by any manufacturer. In the
cities of the east, wheie they have
already made a cllstllbiltlon, so great
has been the demand for them, that
the supply has been exhausted the first
cl.ty the plctuies were placed on ex
hibition. Announcement will be maele
as soon as the allotment for this i Ity
in leady for dlstilbutlon, but to make
sine of receiving a copy, leave your
name and addiess with your cliiiggii't
at once, as the supply Is limited.
eiublv and the proceeding under it aie of ven
ereal impoitanci', not onls to Ihe eitv of heran
ton, but to ntiic r cities if llio (.eeond clats and
to the citizen, of the cormnoimi'illh geneiallv,
and it is al-o admitted that n speeilj dtleimlni
tion if all the iiiifstiont involved in the piopir
ci n. million of Mid act vsould be desirable, If
the same, wire in any pirtlcular open to the
question, but il is denied that there is an) lei
son or neiissln for the confusion In Ihe .nlmiu
tratlein of thu municipal allails nt the fllj of
Mr.mtcn, or nihil cities of the second dls,
to vvhiih lcferenee is nuile lu the tenth para
graph of the Miuirestlon or Infoiuntlou.
1 A UIT 01' Sl.(O.M) I.V
nd I I further aiissser to Ihe liifoiiualion and
siuiscllon lilnl in tliU c.i-i. till, ic'spondent t iss
tint on ihe M'senth div ot Much, A. I. P'l,
the utv of "lunlon ssas a dlv- nf the second
class and has esei time been a city of the sec
ond cla-a, and thi-ietoie Mibjn t to the provi
sions if the Vet et Wiiiulils of Mareli 7. l'01,
rem rid In In the Mid bUggcMiou, entitled, "Sa
ait tor Ihe bOliumiehl ot ulii.s ut tlie second
i la-s "
lint the Mid ail wis dulv pas,ed hv the
lii-lituic of I'cnusslv tma and appiovid by
the governor Iherent mi the Mid eviiitli day
f Marih. I'iOI, and is not lnopciillve oi un
eonsliliilionil in an.s paitlnil.il whatever; tint
in aicoidime with the piosiions nt ejjd act
and after its appmsal, as aloicsitd. bs the cos
einor, the lespondmi vs.is duly appointed under
tho piiislsious of Mid ad leeoidir of the said
illy of -si union, and tiled his bond, duly sp
f Hived In the giwirnor, and took his na'tli of
eifini- Js pi escribe d bs- jil ad, and has esir
line cxenised the ilulles eif and enlns'fd tlie
enmlumiiits of aid nmie, as Ihe rcsiundenl is
advised lhat In lus Ihe rluht In iln. Ynur li
ipoiiilint tlnii fore di nies lint he ha, in any
wis u-uiped upon the slid nfllcc, all of which
lie is nulls nnd able In prove upon the trill of
thLs proe cedina. June Moll.
Suit Over Word Quaker.
The suit In equity bi ought by David
Spiuks to restrain J. li. Council & Co.
ft inn using the name "Quaker Girl"
for a ripar which tln-y sell, was heard
yehieiil.ty by Judge Kdvvaids. An-.
Spiuks nmniifaetuies a cigar named
the "lVnnsylvanl.i tiuaker." and con
tends that C'onuell .V.- Co. have no light
to ui-p the name "Qual.ei Cili,!" for u
Smokeis an- apt In call for ii
"Quiiker" clr.ar, he says, when they
want a "Pennsjlvanla Quukei" and be
fuinlsheil with a "Quaker fill I." Cou
ncil eC- Co. contend that the plaintiff
has no ilfiht to nppiopilate the single
word "Quakei" for his own especial
use, nnd point out that a dealer In
New Voik Is selling a clgai called Hie
The Liquor License Fee Case.
On Thursday morning aiKiit'cnt svlll
be lieai d in the imu of AI. i Flynn
against County Tiousuier J. a. Scrap
ton to compel him to Issue a license
for $."0. Attorneys Hums, O'Hilcu and
Alurtln will appear for riynn, and At
toinev S. It. Price for the Measurer.
Tho latter yestciday filed his answer
to tho complaint of the county tieas
uier. It sets foith that he lias de
manded $1,100 fiom Atr. Flynn because
Scranton Is possibly a city of the sec
ond elai-s. At all events, the license
granted to Mi, Flynn will become op.
etatlvci on tho Ihst Monday of Aluy,
and on that day Scranton will nigaiilze
as a city of the second clas.
Suit Against Miss Snovei.
A. H. Uaun, adnilnlstiator of the es
tate of John V. Uitub, deceased, yes
teulay began an in Hon In trespass
aalnst AIlcs AloteUa Snovei, through
Attorney 11, 1". Akeilej,
Ilofoio tho death of John W. J.aub,
ho boarded with AIls Snover and her
slstcis, 111 West ricianton, and J2.20O of
his money, his gold watch, valued nt
V.'i, and fuinltui-o wciith $.7 fell Into
her hunds. Tho evoulor tnado a de
maud for the pioperty, but It was not
turned over. Some tlmo ago tho court
made) nn in dor chaining him with this
pioperty, and ho has consequently he
gun nn action to ietovcr It frum Alias
$13,00 Lingo tine single house, t.,S5
Adams nvenue, C. Schluger, Trice
Ask for Kelly' union crackcis.
r"1, sBilHMl's rs 'aa
MEETING OF METHODIST MIN
ISTERS AT ASHLEY.
It Was the One Huudred nnd Fifty
Eirrhtlt Session of the Wyoming
District Ministerial Association,
Opening: Session Was Held Monday
Night and It Continued Yester
dayNumber of Very Interesting
Papers Were Read Next Meeting
Is to Be Held nt Ashley.
The onehundred nnd iitty-clghth ses
slon or the Wyoming District Atlnls
teilal association opened Monday oven.
Ing In the Centenary AI. K. church,
Ashley, nnd continued yesterday, Tht
opening ndcltcss was delivered by
Rev. llcrbeit Kllsworth, of Alderson,
whos subject, "Pack to Christ," was
veiy ably handled and favorably re
ceived by the minlstcis precnt.
The session of Tuesday morning
commenced at 8:"0, Kov. Dr. GrlfTlu.
the presiding elder. In. the chair. After
devotions, the regular business of the
association was taken up. Dallas was
selected ns the place In which to hold
the spring meeting. l!ev. Dr. Simpson,
of Asbury clnuch, Sei anion, was elect
ed to deliver the address, and Rev.
O. A. Cure as ulternate. Rev. C. 15,
Henry, of Taylor to dellcr the scnnon
on the second evening, Kov. C. Rey
The first paper of the Ftsslon wan
lead by Hew AV. L. Thorpe, of Ply
mouth. Sublcol. "Best Methods of
Kevlval Work." It was an excellent
paper, full of suggestions nnd very
helpful. The discussion which grew
out of 11 revealed that where there ar
manv minds I here ni ininy methods,
and yot that In the use of means the)
one purpose Is sought, nnd that the
conversion of men.
THE PRESENT OUTLOOK.
Rev. C A. Cure, iof Providence
church, read a splendid paper entitled
"The Present Outlook lor the Conver
sion of Two Million Souls," and was
highly commended for Us optimism.
llev. "!. C. Jacobs, of Courtdalc, was
the next essayist, and the last of the
moi nlng session, hl? subject being
"External EvIdenwK of the Now
lib th." Air. Jacbs wiites clearly, ready
distinctly, ha, convictions! and -the
courage of them, hence n gcod, force
ful and piactlcal paper, spicy, attrac
tive and out of ruts.
At the afternoon session Dr. Grlftlu
uiged (he need of an increase In
benevolence, especially for missions;
Dr. Alogg made anuountemoiit con
cerning the coming dedicatory service-
in connection with his church.
Rim . At. S. Godchall, of Waverly. Pa.,
was tho titst leader of the aiternoou,
his subject being "Why ("aje for Our
Superannuated Preachers." The paper
was caiefully pictured, was well icad
and highly cmniendod.
Iter. E. L. Santec. of West Nantl
toke, lead a toicoful paper on "Les
sons fiom ATis. Nation's Crusade." It
was a delcirvj of the hatchet and its
Rev. "!. ('. Lyman made n vigorous
plea for Court street church, asking
lot each pastor to give at least $10
lovvHid liquidating Its debt. Rev. 11.
Af. Pascoe, of Avoca, road a. well-written
paper on "Loyalty to Our Denom
iu'itional Litet.ituie." and he was fol
lowed by the closing essay of the con
vention on "Novelty In Preaching" by
Rev, Frank loung, of Dallas.
The evening session was an exceed
ingly pi oil table one. A largo congre
gation greeted Rev. .1. N. Bailey, of
Alooslc, who was Introduced to preach
the association sermon. His text was
taken from Job 2i. 13 "What Is the
Almighty that we should s-ervo Him?
And what profit should wo have if we
pray unto Him?" Air. Dalloy Is ,i young
man of excellent nddtcsp. His s-er-mon
was- eloquent, practical and In
spiring, making a fitting linalo to a
most printable meeting.
The association was well taken oaio
of by tho chinch and people of Ash
ley. Those present wen-:
llrvk. A. (iilftln. H. b I'.llswoith. II If Pirsser,
.1. It. Wigner. It, JI. l'aseoe, Clark Callendar,
liank Junes, fi arils Veiling, l, II Jle.sriolds, (J.
('. Jacobs, (1. A. Waibmlou, K. V, Armstrong,
It. 1. Smith, P. A. Wagner. T. J. Vaughn. J. .
Ililley. T. M. Fine, John llradidiaw, C. M. Sul
ci un, P. i Hurtsork, W. I., 'lliorpe, J, I,. Ilaie,
W. O. Simpson, V. I'. Doty. (I. P. l.junu, (i. A.
lre, .f. II. hvsxel, Philip Hcnick, (!. II. Henri,
1' 1). Cornell. Jf. s (SoiWull, K. I, Santce,
C 1' Mogg, W. II tV.iiec, W. II. Hlller. II.
Kellj, V Homed, Jon.es I'ndenvooil, N, ,1, Haw
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Iu the- ease of J. S, Miller against V. V.ii'y. a
rule vvj.s uuntcd yctterday to show c.iuie why
judgment fchmilil not be opened and the defend
nut let into a defcu-e. It i returnable on March
The nliiv.1 ili'triit f f Mooslp boiougli is deir
cus of inning bonds in the sum of .1,000, and
iia.leida.v- liled a stitcment wllh Clerk of the
Courts Daniels Mum Ing tint the value of tho
laible propeily of th dltrltt Is J-i",:01.
A hearing in oiiou couit was jeslcrday fived
bs court for Saturday morning:, in Ihe matter of
graining a licem-o tn iho Hotel Desrcy. The
tppllcallon of Louis llorio fm n, llcenro for tl'o
place, which lus been renamed the "L'nion
hotel," was icfiiscd halurilay, on account pf
tho uns-nory repiilallou liorno by II, ns a lesult
of Iho man) brawls which luv cceuircd theie,
and tho murder of limy Oavl last Junius-,
vvlui li look phee within Its walls. ttomey
.Iiftiics julerdav rplilnd to court tint the
hold has ehinged bands, that the new p-rpH-elm'
Hon o beais a good reputation, nr.d i.skcd
fo, .1 1 earing to detirinllie Lis tltues tn r-relve
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
' Hopbotlom, Much U. Mr. J. II. -luiaiis hu
been bpendlng the pat few days at Montiose.
Mr. (Jwnt, who is operating the fanner'
cieaiuciy. lias moved lilt family here. They
occupy a pait of Charlci Kcllum'4 tenement
Mrs. lie? li lias rrluinecl hoinu ailer an e v.
tended visit wltli liei daughter, Mu. Hairy
Miic. j;iM Tesulviry, who has been Ecr!ouly
HI for tcvcral weeks, nniam In a critical con
ellllon. with flight hope of her lecovery.
People vvcio elUappointed on fcunday to learn
that the services at tl.o Unlvci-sallst chuicli
would of necctdty lp omitted, owing to tint
lllnes. of get-. Tllllnghast. who had Imcii labor
ing under physical ditlleultlm duilng tho cntlio
week. Ilev. bevvls, pastor ot tho church, was
aim m able to bo present on account of Illnci.
Mm i:mma (VvoU, of lllnghamton, baa been
slvltlns her hrolher, (i. O. Ilille), for a few
ilav, Mn. Ilalle.v loturncd home with hci Mon
MIXING THE COLORS.
A mairlagp lleem-i was granted at sllkc-.'l!aire
et,tcrday to Charle IJ. Smith, a negro, of this
illy, and Mlfs Maud Muruy, a white woman, of
W'lHej-Ilarrp. Smith U a coachman. Mln Mur
lay it a dresa-maker with a piolltable baslneas.
LAMPS HALF PRIGE
Jt'n Jiot often Lamps, stuh as these. nt sold at a leductlon. They
arc HatnnJes or the latgost mnnufacitois of Fine Lamps In tho
world, no two alike. Mountings arc cust and gold plated cminwl or
haml-tllloct decoration, some nro plated Kluss, that Is, a. layer of Opal
on the Inside with n layer of ituby, Canary or Kmernld on tin. out
side, which gives a. beautiful eft'eel when lighted, with best centre
draft burner made. Prices, J.t.RO, $4.30, $3.00, $3.(10 und $. Wo will
Kuarnnteo that If you look them over and have any knowledge ot
lamp values you will say they aro worth moiv thnn double -what w
ask for them. Tliniti: AUK N DUPLIOATICS.
I Geo. V. Millar &
LEWIS & REILLY
Nos. 1 14 and 116 Wyoming Ave.
WHY WE GROW?
Our Shoes Are
That's why you get more value in
our shoes, and the truth of the matter
is it pleases our customers.
We Place on Sale Today
AND WHILE THEY LAST
And you should come to this saeh
You will not be disappointed.
500 pairs Men's Workiutj Shoes 75c
100 cases of Ladies' Rubbers, pair 25c
200 pairs Ladies Vici Kid Shoes, $1.50
00 pairs Men's Rubbers, a little narrow 25c
joo pairs Men's Double Sole Shoes, the
hind that made our store famous the $4.00 tA
and $5.00 kinds. Why We Grow Price sJU
The balance of our Ladies' Laird it
Burt's Fine Shoes. Your size inay be iu the "1 C A
lot. Why We Grow Price 6.JJ
And Last, but Not Least,
200 pairs Ladies' Comfort House Slip
pers, solid soles and grain uppers, worth 7;c. AClr
Why we Grow Price
LEWIS & REILLY
Nos. 114& 116 Wyoming; Ave
Telephone 2452. Free Dslivary to any Part of the City
We Carry the Only
I Iron and Steely
cS iu this section of
M make any mistake
A. ket for same,
Bittenbender & Co.,M
126 and 128 Franklin Avenue. s
Vtt. U. Biovm returned home fioro Hangar
Satuidaj, aflei spending a fesv vvcJ, Iheie at
the home oi t.er ton.
MU Herllii Van tlrunt eiileilalred the .voutg
ladles of ler Sunday (.chool elns futurdav even
ing at ber lioino em riuuili aliiet. (James were
played thioughout the evening, interapcreed with
imite, after which mippei was kcitciI and all
lelurncd home, liavlns Fprnt an rnjusable even
ing. Ilev. Artli'it fetaplef, of Heaver Colli gr. vlled
at fh- liomc of l.la kUlcr. Mrs. r li. (ludiier, on
The W. C I' l' will bold an evangelistic wr
vlcu Jt their looms on Thureday altuiioon. Mr.
P. H. I'cvsten will be tho leiihr.
MrsiM. Iselly will open a stoto In S P. Veag.
rr' building, on Mill ulieet. April 1.
MU Ruth (iaidtiei lias been tpcndlng tlie pait
Icsv daji, wllh frlinda at Klngnton.
Itcv. Arthur Ktaplc, picldcnt of heaver col
lege, occupied the pulpit of Ihe Mftlindlit (liuirlt
Mr, P. K I'ostcn gave a eiullllng piil.v at tier
homo on Spring darden street lat Thuinlas.
About J was t rallied from the cnlerlilnment
and nipper of the paughlem of ItebeVah Momlij
Mm. 1'ultz gave a quilting paity jejterday
afternoon at her home on Chureh iireet. The
Complete Stock of g
the state, Don't
wheu in the mar-
fnllimltiar guests were picseni Mi, Conbojr,
vik Philip Mvaitf Mu M s,jil)lon j,r ,
a)le, Mis. Crittenden, Mr. Henrj Tiivis, Mrs.
Vaughn, Mr Watt-. Mr. Kale Waulell.
Ml. Miner Moat and 1111111)1 are musing c,
I'lank arJell lus rrtuilifd from Nichols,
V., wIkib ho In been vlsillm; ilev. S. flny
pnosv'diii for a few vseck,
l.- tun al oi Patrick lluin.c. oi aih Moose,
oceuirnl veslerday al .. u'elnek in M. Mal.v a
f.ii.Tdi, Asota Jnlriiiicnl m st, Marj's eenn
teij. Tin otng l.adlev' Milon circle of Ihe I'm.
byteiiaii church met last i veiling at the. mamo,
MI'S lljlo Wutklni, nl Main it t f et, is on the
Mis Amy lUn., of Moscdm, Is vliitirg lv r
bister. Mil. lelward f-avie, of South Main utieei
M.. and Mr. 1 .1 Xrack fpent Mindij 'fitli
the tounei'ii sue nl. at Mofcms.
Mls lllinelio Tugellu visited Scranton s
fr.s. I K. IMce Us iituinrd alter spending
f-sv week in rietoisvllle,
if. I'.lit.i Rrilnih li ill with pneumonia,
The funeral of Mid, Wlaou took place .
teulay fiom her lato Iiome on South Hun itrcc'.
Interment In Many ccnicltry.
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