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THE SCRAiSTOxN TMBUiYE- SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 190f. ,
-THE PC0PLES EXCHANGE
A POPCbAH ri.KAniSO HOtlSi: for Hie tlftii
" tit of All Vh'i line lloun lo Itei.l. Heal
Kuate or Other Propcily to Sell or F.vchangc, or
W,; 'IVanl Pltuatlorn or llel These Small Ad.
xeitbcmciiU Ott One f'rnt a Word, SU Inicr
(Ions lor lixe rents u Word -l.vtii t Sltualkns
Wanted, Which te Inserted I rcc.
niiMin:t ltiMioM wirii no im r vw
Wrhb's, ' llncoln .mnni, ahn table board
mi tr clitilrcul li the rfk or month
THE MOCK TRIAL.
A Gient Away of Witnesses A Lady
The mock tiinl to be given lit tin
Ceiltinl school building oil Tiles Juy
C-Vellltlg Will lu fllltO IIU OVCIlt. Hfiow
will be found the names of all who will
appear In tlio fiction. A novelty will
bo Hit.' apiK'iit iincf if a Juty composed
of iHiryen ladles, with n fotomun of the
masculine gender. The pnpeis In tlio
Accusation A tine bill found against
Mr. HobcrL Monker und Mr. Roboit
('(miner, accused of lobbety to othe
amount of ?,fl00 and valuable papois
from the safe of tho Cnrbondale school
bo.iul, on the night of December 31. In
tho year nineteen hundred, In the city
of Carbondale, county of Lackawanna,
conimonwc.ilth of Pennslvanld.
n ratal Jury.
JriFoph Cileiinon, Foreman.
Judge, Vul Law, iittntiie-jH for prose
cullon, W. Lotus. F. Kllp.ittlck; attor
neys lor defendant, W. Swlgoit, 11.
C'olcmnn: foieman of tho Juiy. Joseph
Glennon; gentlewomen of the Juij,
Alice Box, 1 (utile Buike. Lain a Dlv.
Nellie Ciockor, Huttle Dolph, Anna.
Dlminlck. ilcitriide iSruhmn, Helen
Mehan, Jessie Mntthows, Maty Will
lams, Maigarct White; shot 1ft, John
Muirln: couit crier, Matthew Conner,
witnesses for defense, Delbert Cranioi.
Irving Dlx, Mary (Icminn, Ualtle Mc
Lean, Matle Oiaham, John Burke,
witnesses for prosecution, Minnie Fin
neran, Hodcilck X. filllls, Maiy Kelly.
June Kllpnttick, Joseph Lofttis, Lautu
TELL TOWNSHIP CASES.
Two Suits Henid In Alderman Jones'
Office Last Night.
Two suits In which Fell township
wus interested were heard in Aldeimnn
Joncb olllce last evening. The first
wai a suit of the township against
Michael Gorman and Thomas Smith,
In which a Judgment of J-'J.o'i was
The second case was a suit of D. M.
Lvnch ngalnst the poor dliectors of tho
township for the lent of two houses,
one for nineteen months, a icntnl of
t'Jo, and the second for seven months,
a rental of $35. The houses are located
In Now Uulfalo. Mr. Lynch said that
tho poor dlieetois had agreed to pay
him tho icnt of the&o houses, and he
called upon ex-I'oor Diicctor John T.
Thomas to substantiate this claim.
Much to tho surpilse of all patties Mr.
Thomas said ho had not agiced to any
such thing. A wordy exchangu fol
low! d, in which both men spoko quite
plainly tlnlr opinions.
Attorney Kobeit D. Stuait appealed
for Fell township, and he moved that
the aldcnnan dlsmlvs the suit, as Mr.
Lynch lind brought tho action in his
own name. Instead of as an agent for
Phillips & Hlttcnhouse, of Scranton,
the leal owneis of the pioperty. A
non-suit was granted.
An Ideal Site.
Another site for the Carnegie lllnaiy
building has been offered, or will be
offered to the city. The Clune propei
ty, at tho corner of Sixtn avenue and
Chinch street, almost opposite Memo
rial Paik and right In. line with the
handsome chinches of the city, would
make an ideal site, and its owner, John
Chine, would sdII the piopeity to the
city at a reduction of from $1,000 to
J.000 of its real value, in order to help
tho pioject. It has a tiontage of 13.;
feet in the most desirable poitlon of
Legislators in Town,
nepiesentatlves McTlgho and Ha
worth, of the legislative committee on
appropilatlons, weie in tho city es
tcrday examining the public institu
tions tor which an appiopilatlon Is
asked. In the afternoon they lslted
the Umeigeney hospital. They said
that they eonsldeied tha Institution in
a first class condition, but did not com
mit themselves as to whether they
thought the approptlatlon of $17,000
asked for would be granted.
A Return Date.
Gecuge 1-lllott Fax, tho humoilst,
who was so much enjoyed at the Fltst
Congregational church on Wednesday
evening, will lu all piobablllty re-visit
the city, as a letiun date has been en
gaged. A Peculiar Picture.
In yestei day's edition of Tho Noith
American appeared a plctute alleged
to be tho photo of tho house where a
"Mrs. John Klnnle" Is icported to lmvo
been choked by the ghost of her hus
bind, and who, according to the Im-
mean weakened lungs all
caused by a cold and cough
Weak lungs sooner or later
will heal and strengthen the
lungs, cure cold and stop the
"I couhtd for yttMf had bemorrliagM.
Doctors said 1 wa ill latt tuge of contump
iVn, Had i;ivrn up all hope, I finally tried
baiLon and it cured me completely. Am
ttday In perfeet health "
MRS- FI.OKKNCE nRr.W,
Last Oakland, Cil.
Rhlloh'a Conauraptlon Cure U aolil by all
Ariigglats at VOe, fiOc, H .00 liiiUlu, A
Iirliurd giiurnutoe goes with Dirty liottln.
f you Hro not natUlleil go to jour drugglat
it'ixl if t your iiionpy back,
W'nte (or lllmtuted hooli on toniumpllnn Sent
fihQiit cijit (o you, S. C. Well, A Co., Lelioy, N.V.
presslonnblo lepoiler of the papt r,
nearly died from lief oxpeilonco. Tho
picture minted yesterday and wild to
be tho Klnnle" home beats it icinntk
ublu resemblance to the bottling estab
lishment on Tenth avenue, which wan
nearly buined down a few months ago.
It is not at all iniptobublo that this Is
a sort of headquurtots for "spit Its."
but of another kind. Hut It Is u stroke
of cutcipllso on the pait of the ie-
The Delaware and Hudson Company
Present Employes with New Scale.
Tto Delaware and Hudson company
Thurnlay ottered a new scale to Its
men, Inoieiislug tlio wants ttom f to
'22 cents n day to ell employes fiom
Wllkcs-B.uro lo Caibomlalo, as lot
lovs: Conductors of tilt ough fi eight and
coal t mills, 2 cents per mile, brake
iin of thtough freight and coal ttnlns,
'2 n-iits per mile: local frdght coniitc
tois, 3 cents per mile: brukemeii, J'
cents ier mile, pnsongcr biakenteli,
.$'(2 per month, working day; pisson-got-
baggage mnstots, t.w p"f moil h.
woiklng days- Mini conduetots, Ti pel
month: vaid biaUemen, iV per month:
mine inn conductors, $J.W1 ier diij,
c'liiivnlLiit to a'.fc cents per mile: mine
brr.keiiien, 4-' pir day, t univalent to
-' cents per iiill .
Ten miles will l.o iillownl foi cuh
hour aftet twele hmirs 1mc ln.cn con
sumed lu making one bundled miles
or less. This nllouape- applies to er
glt.eeis mid 111 i men alc The em
ployes of nil el ikps have been di
mandlug an inciease for -oine time,
but the one gi anted Is not whollv satlx
lnctoi and a meeting is to be held to
(llteus. It. It got s into cfitet on
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
Will Inauguinte a Lectin c Couise In
Their Hall Next Friday.
The lectin e couise of the Sons of
Tempeuince, whkh had to be post
poned for vai lous icasons last week,
will be Innuguiated on next Kilday
ienlng, when the He. A. F. Chaffee,
pastor of the Flist Methodist Kplsco
).al church, will speak on "China and
Confucius," a subject to which the icv
erend gentleman has devoted much
On Wedncsda. Am II 10, l!e. Chas.
Lte, of tlio Fhst l'rcsbytei Ian church,
will delUer an addicts on the theme
of "Mates and Mating." A muslcale.
the date of whkh will be announced
later, will conclude tho ionise.
CHIEF WILKINS TO BE HERE.
The Gland Senior Conductoi to Pay
a Fiiendly Visit,
c H Wilkins, ehlet of the Hiothei
hood of Hallway Tinliumn, with Un
title of gran I senior londiulor, will bo
lu this city today foi the piuposo of
paying a fiiendly Wt to the lallioad
crs who make C.ubondale their head
iltl.il tors. He was lu YVIIkes-ll.uie yes
teiday and tomotiow he will make a
tilp to Scianton.
Mr. Reeves Piomoted.
Hobert llcoM's, one of ihe nm-t cap
able insuianco men in town, who has
been conmcted with the I'i udentlal In
sut ante eompaio for some time, has
just teceUcd notice of hl piomotion.
He will iemoe to Connellsville. Pa.,
about April 1. where lie will assume
i hinge e.f that dlstilct.
Fred Hubbaid, of the Delawaie and
Hudson locomotive shop, has been
transfened to the Main stieet machine
shop, where he has been given dial go
of one of the new lathes.
A Suipiise Pnity.
A suipiise party was given to i:d
waid Ludwlg, at his home on Teirac
stieet. on Thutsday evening. Game?
and music weio indulged In. Hefiesh
nieiits wire served nt 11 o'dod;.
Confeued Black Degiee.
At tlie tegular convocation of Temple
coimnandeiv, No. I'rtS. Ancient Oidei
Knights of Malta, held In Cambilan
hall last evening, the black degiee was
confeued on a number of candidates.
Is Veiy 111.
D. C nenseoter, a veieian engineer
on the Delaware and Hudson lallioad.
is HI at his home on Chinch stieet,
and feais nre entcitalned that an oper
a lion may be necessaiy.
Post Lenten Dance.
The Hedierrhe S.ulal club Is making
anangements lor a post-Lenten dance
to be held Immediately after Kaster.
Pioparatlons are being made foi an
His Leg Ciushed.
Chinles Lamb Is ljlug at his home lu
Simpson, suffering Horn a badly
ciusheiMeg received by being caught
between two mine cais at tin- Xoith
A Scranton Death.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McDonald, of
South Main street, h.uo been called to
Scranton to attend the funeial of Mrs.
McDonald's biother-ln-laxx-, John .Me
For Men Only.
At a.l'i tomonow afternoon tho Rev.
H. L. Peabody xxlll conduct a service
lor men onl. A cordial invitation is
given to the public to attend this ser
vice. Thlmblo Tea.
Mrs. Maty Cianc- and Mlss ft line are
entertaining a number of lady filc-ndH
at their home on Lincoln avenue ibis
afternoon at a thlmblo lea.
Point Golilen Eagle, No. H, Foics
teis of America.
Diamond lodge, No, 20, Shield of
St, Joseph's cadets.
Older of Railway Conductoi s, No,
St, TJonlface society.
At tlio Opera Hoiuc,
Today--"The Two Sisters."
Tonight "Uncle Sam In China."
i NEW, 286
"A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE."
Some of the Quaint Incidents in Tim
There nt u socral Intensely Intoiost
ing scenes and characters In "A
Hadu-lor's Ilomanco," which Tim Mur
phy Is to ptescut ut tho Grand Opetn
House lu this city next Filday, March
20. ritandlng (Irmly tind coninmndlnir
ly lu the fiont tank with the figure of
l)aId Holmes, which Mr. Murphy pre
eiilH, Is the chaiactcrof Martin Hoggs.
As David's secielaiy and confldctitlil
man, Olney J. Griffin offers n charac
ter study as old-fashioned and de
lightful iih can be Imagined.
"Mai tin." says David, in the happy
conceit of his lcjuvenatlon, "You'ie a '
bai k number: you'ie out of date; you
don't circulate- you're on the Miolf for
And It is Just such n faded, etalned,
dusl-grown edition of humanity that
Mr. Gililln binds with lare ait. 1'oor
old Martin, who nexer has anytlilng,
and who patiently accepts the blame
foi eerythlng, supplies Hie one trag
edy ol tho story a tragedy on paper
when ho lenins fiom the unwittingly
duel cillle that his stoi.x, with which
he hoped to win tho pilae, is the worst
of all tin- loi," utteily without merit.
And then with the fulliuos of ycais
pai tiding befoic his sickened mind, ha
consigns tho lost one to tho die and
sobs out his pitiable gilof "
This Is one Incident in man that
Allss Mm ton has cl"eily woxou Into
the heait Mcuy.
FOR THE CHURCH FUND.
The Excellent Programme That Will
Bs Picsented Monday Evening.
On next Monday evening there will
be an eulei tainmeiit at tho Chinch of
our Lady of Mount Curniei for tho
benefit of the chinch fund. Among tho
uotoworth featuies of the excellent
piogramino that has been arianged for
the occasion is an address by the Hon.
Foitunato Tlscar, Italian consul at
Set. niton, and a oeal solo by Miss
Hose Aiigonl, leading soloist of tho St.
Aloysious chapel, in Scianton. The fol
lowing Is the piogtanime In detail:
"The Mlnstiels' tjcu-uadi-"
Master Hugh Firth and Pi of. Filth.
Vocal rfolo .. ."Kathleen Mavourneen"
Duel, Violin and Piano,
Geitrude nnd Matle Graham
t'opiano Solo. ..."The Forsaken Home"
Mls Hlodwen Dads.
Recitation Miss G. Collins
Vocal Solo ".Von e Vet''
.Mandolin Solo ...."The Dawn of Love"
Sprdaltles Sarah Giiniths and Hazel
Addicss, .Mi. Tlscar. Italian Consul
I'lauo Duet "Philomel"
Misses Lottie and F.inn Pugliano.
Vocal Solo, "Happy Dajs,--
Miss Anna Hi own
With violin obllgato by Miss Maile
Recitation Miss Lillian Collins
Vocal Solo "Whisper"
Mandolin Solo, Sextette fiom "Lu
d;i dl Laemmermoor,"
Vocal Solo, Selected ... Miss Arlgonl
Specialties Ileniy Rattle
AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY.
Flisl Methodist Episcopal chinch,
Vol th chinch stieet, near Salm ave
liin Re. A. F. Chaffee, pastor; usl-dJiu-e,
TO Teriaee stieet. Love feast at
! a. in.; 10.30, saeianient of the Lord's
Supper. Pieddlng Elder Rex. J, F.
Warner will be present. Preaching by
tlu. pastor at 7.30 p. m.
First Piesbyterlan diuicli. Noith
Church stieet, near Sixth avenuo Rev.
Charles Lee, pastoi : residence, 00
North Chtnch street. Sunday sen lies,
10.30 a, m. and 7.30 p. m.; weekly play
er meeting on Thuisdiiy evening at 7.::o
Second 1'iesbytoi lun Rev. William
HolllnshPd will pieach In the aftet noun
after Sunday .school.
Trinity Protestant Episcopal ihurch,
uS River street Rev. R. A. Sawyer,
rector: icsldence, (!2 Itiver stieet
Chinch of St. Rose do Lima, Ninth
Church street, opposite Paik place
Rev. Thomas F. Coffey, rector: resi
dence. 6 North Church stieet. Assist
ants, Rev. John Dixon nnd Rev. Wal
Chunh of Our Lady ot Mount Car
niel, Fallbiook stieet Rev. O, S. Cc-r-i
ut!. rector. Services at S and 10,'SO a.
Fltst Congregational church, comer
Eighth avenue and South Church
street Rev. M. C. Elliot, pastor. Sab
bath services, 10.30 n. m. and 7.30 p. in.;
Sunday school, -J p. in.; Y. P. S. C. E.,
fitj p. m.; prayer service, Thursday
evening at 7.30 o'clock. Evening ser
mon by Rev II. L. Peabody. At 3.4."
p. m. Mr. Peabody will conduct a sei
vice for men only. A cm dial Invitation
Is given to the public to attend any and
all of these- services.
Rei can Duptlst chinch, coinci Lin
coln avenue and Noith Church stieet
Rev, II. J. Whalen. D, D., pastor; resi
denee, ;:s Lincoln avenue. Sunday ser
vices, 10.30 a. in. und 7.30 p. in.; mid
week sei vices, Thursday, 7.3u p, ni.;
Young People's society of Chiistlan
Endeavor meets Sunday at 3 30 p. m.;
Sunday school at V2 m.
Flist (St. Paul's )Lutlieinn church,
Church street Rev E, Ehrlnger, pas
tor Fifth Sunrtuy In Lent. Sabbath
school, 9.30 a in,, services, 10.30 a. in.
Cure all Throat and Lung AQectiotif ,
k Get the genuine. Ref"uc substitute. A
-'Ixntlon Oil cureJ Klitumatltm. is & 35 ct
"Say, stranger," aBkcd a middle-aged
man yesterday afternoon of W. J. Rob
erts, the newspaper men, "can you tell
me where around here a railroad man
lives who was a widower nnd married
a wldoxv whoso last husband was a
"If you could tell mo his name," mig
gosted the courteous dealer in con
densed wisdom, "I might be iible to
"Why, I don't know ills twine, I
thought maybe you mlRlit have lead
about it In the papers when he mar
ried her, four or five yenrs ago."
Mr. Roberts was forced lo acknoxvl
edge that his memoty whs rather dim
logardlng- this interesting event, and
the stranger strolled down South Main
A Farewell Reception.
A faiuwell leceptlon was tendcicd
to John Davis on Thursday night by
a number of his friends at the home of
Theodore Elmer on North Church
Htieet. Mr. Davis expects to leave this
city for Albany, N. Y., next week to
make his ftituie home In the Emplio
capital. The evening was passed prin
cipally in a musical manner, nnd a de
licious supper was served. Those pres
ent were- Mr, and Mis. John Davis, .Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Weed and son, Doiis,
Mr. find Mis. Fiank Elncr, Mr. and
Mrs. John Hone and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Gclger and family, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Joseph Jenkins and family, Miss
Etta Davis and Bernard Smith
A Wllkes-Barre Circus.
Carbondale intiv have n cltcus per
formance early this year. The Charles
I.ee Orcat London show xxlll open In
Wllkcs-liarre on May 1. It has been
organized In that city duilng the past
XX Intel- bv I'rlco ."C- lliinevu nil. hii nr.i 1
the business managers. It Is to be a
rnllioad shoxv and a eonsddeiuble part
of the equipment. Including wagons,
xvas manufactured In that city Tho
perfoiniers have- nearly all been en
gaged nnd a good-sized menngeile has
Louis Westa, lepresentlug Klaxx fe
Erlanger, was in this city on Thuts
day. making airangcments for the ap
pearance heie next week of Tim Mui
phy This will be Tim's Hist appear
ance In Caibondulo. .losenli Mmnliv.
John Murphy, Mink Muiphy nnd other
stranger aiurplos, not counting the
seventy-odd residents of the city who
bear that name, have been seen heie,
but never this coming star, who Is to
depict "A Rachelor's Romance."
Went to Clifford.
A paity of young people of this city,
composed of tlio Misses May Rutun,
Carrie Honey. Minnie t'tlcy, Rosj
Chubb, Ida Doollttle, nnd Messis. John
Moyles, Fied Gleasou, Ora Lee, Klik
Lee, George Eaton, Conrad Wolbel, Os
car Cole. Harry ''olph and Joseph T.'l
ley, went to Cliff. iid on Thursday nlcl.t
to help celebrate the birthday of Phil
ander Lee, a young man popular nio,
xhoe bonis Is in Oihord
A Guessing- Social.
The Ladles Aid society of the P.e
rean Raptlst church held a cake sup
per Inst evening at the home of Mis.
E. H. Stone, on Bhkett Ten ace. A
novel feature of the occasion was that
every lady donating a cake bad to
weal some object signifying the kind
ot partly she had tiunlshed. The one
guessing eon eetly the gieatcst number
w ill lecelve a prize.
Going to Hnrrisbuig.
City Solicitor Stiiail will leave this
city on Monday evening for Han Is.
bill g to appear Ix-foie a senate com
mittee in support of the bill validating
the lecent pavement oullnanees of the
city. Attorney Parti idge, of Scranton.
will app?ar for the piopeity owners
abutting tlie nexv pavements, who xvlsh
tho measuie defeated.
Musical Services Tomorrow.
Tomonoxv evening tho choir of the
riist Congregational church xxill iepe.it
the anthem. "Huik! Hark! My Soul."
xvhleh xxas lecelvtd with such (10112111
last Sundaj evening. Miss Edith Hen
son, of Scranton, xxho is becoming a
favotite here, will bo heaid In her solo
w oik at the evening set vice aim.
In n Critical Condition.
Tiio condition oi Clyde, the son of
Mi. and Mis. Robeit Whitfield, ol
South Washington stieet, l.s icpoited
to be vet critical. He Is suffeiing
fiom hemoithnges of tho head and -in
enlaigement of the heait, a develop
naiif of the gilp.
Constable L J. Nenry conducted a
sale of the property of Edwaid James,
the Purk place dye man, yesteiday
morning at 10 o'clock. Attorney Gra
iner was the pilnclpal bidder. Only
$36.f.O was lealized.
Postmaster Thomas left Hot Springs.
Ark., on his letuin trip Thursday. He
goes south to Galveston, Tokiis, and
comes from thence lo Naxv York by
A Teacher 111.
Miss Maine Drennan, a teachei In tho
Fell township schools, Is ill at her homo
on Belmont street.
The Racket Hrook washery of tho
Delaxvnie and Hudson is again in op
eration. The Passing Throng.
Mis. Maurice G. Wutt is Indlspotod.
Mis. Peter Coleman, of Wavne
stieet, is ill.
Mrs. Fiank PIni re, of 1'ppcr Hoi
inont strjet, Is 111.
Henry Mnniton, of Belmont street.
Is nnflned to his home by illness.
William Ople, sr of Ulikctt stieet,
is confln.'d to ills homo by illness.
Curtis J. Harrington, of New Yoik,
was a visitor In tho city Thuisday.
MIfs Ollna Herlng. of Washington.
D. C Is visiting Miss Bluncho Ar
nold Miss Agnes Walker, of the Strouds
lung Statu Noimal bchool, Is homo for
the spring vacation.
MlbH LIzkIu Eaily, of Seventh ave
nue, is homo trom a few days' visit
wllh Sci anion ft lends,
Miss Belle Warren, of Scianton. who
lias been visiting Mr. und Mis. A. R.
Jones, returned homo yesteiday.
Miss Cnriio Atherton, of Scianton,
and htr guert, Mrs, Merherson, of
Washington, D. p.. spent Thursday
with Mlm Uabelle Watt, on North
Mrs, Thomas Peters, of Columbia
Heights, has lettuned from Wilkes
Iiarre, wln-io she visited her husband,
who r employed in one of tho Lehigh
Valley shop.-) there,
James Wheeler, who has been visit-
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GOLDEN G TE CA"H STCRS.
.1 l lloxer l'rnpi Icier, ilcilcr in line (.umr
Iph and 1'ioxMniK. I'ltic I it: irs uld In the Iki
S0V MiiMilnetnii axtnm
WALL PAPER CO.
Udx no old 4cod( to xtoik ofl 1'icix
fllc la new and uji-lmliti- l)ui .rlie
ate lower thin an others
303 SPRUCS STREET.
NEAR PENN AVE
lug nt his home here the pant wevk
letuined to Carbondale .Mnudny, Mi
find Mrs. David Orlltlths and daughter.
Ethel, ot Caiboinlale. visited at the
home of D. M. Oilfllth.s and wife, of
Main stieet, on Sunday. Mis. i. .1
O'Donnell, ot Lackaxxaiina Htreet, i.'
tuinid home a few days ago after
visiting friends nl Caibondale.- Oil -
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
A sjiedal meeting of tin Jeimyn boi
ough council wan held last evening, at
xvhleh the following councllnien xxeio
presenl: Badger, Theion Moon. Dunn.
Sulllx-nn, Wheeler and C.ihaney The
meeting was piluiailly called fo,- the
puipose of appointing an attorney to
defend the borough's Intel est In the
Injunction pi ot codings which ate to
come up today Before this was done,
however. J. 1") Stoeker, who xxas pit-e-nt,
aiose and said that after due
consldeiatlon and in vhxx ot the agi
tation that had been in town, which
had placed the councllnien lu an em
b.uia.sslng position, h was picpiued
to make a pinposltioii. He xxas con
vim ed that the coiincllinen xxho had
voted foi the lonttact had acted lor
the best inteicsts ot tin- hm ough. The
(onttact whlcli had been made xxas a
valid one, and he did not believe couit
xxould ihange It. bill. In oidei to re
lieve tlie councllnien fiom the situa
tion and remove the objection made
that the contract had been lallioaded
tin ough council, on b-half ot Ihe Ciis
(cnt company he xxould vvlthdiavv the
contiaci und lelease the bin ough fiom
their obligations, piovlding the louu
(II xxould, as soon as tin- new charter
had been received, allow th.- new com
peny to come Into town and give them
n fair chance to bid against the Jet
myn Elec-tt Ic Light company for lui
nishlng light for the arc lamps. All
they desired was an equal ehnncs with
the old company. Councilman Moon
said he believed the contract made
xvas n valid one. It followed up, and
thought the howl got up was simply to
keep out competition. II thanked Mr
Stoeker for his olfer, which lie cousin
cied a geneious one under the clr
eumMuiiio.s, Burgess Pender -d tou
sldeied the otter a very good one and
one that xxould lellevo both council anil
himself fiom embaiiassmont II- ad
v ln-d council to accept Ihe oltei Mr.
Wheeler lalsed a slight objection to
the company being granted a tianehlse
without pajlng un thing toi it, but
the opinion of th otheis wus that the
olfer of Mi. Stoeker xxas a liberal one
and, on tho motion ot Moon, seconded
by Dunn, tho pinposltioii wus accepted
on a yea and nay vote, Wheeler, only,
voting ugalnst It. In view ot Hi ubovi
tl impaction it w as decided the borough
would not icqulio the set vices of an
attorney today and the appointment of
one was, theivfoie, not made. S-vcral
of the tounellmcn thanked Ml. Stoek
er for his action and tlie piocecdlngs
John Ouzor. John WydoeU and Val
ente Graviu weie ui rested and had a
heating befoio Justice Kelfer last
evening on the charge of luieeti b.x
bailee. The thiee men had folineily
been members of the St. Mm tin's so
ciety, of Mavllejd, but at different
peiiods extending ftom seven to twelve
months past had been expelled trom
the society for non-payment ot dues
They had failed to give up theli valu
able) tmltoiniH, swords and othei mlll
tiuy accoutrements, although ficquent
aiipllcations had h.-eli made upon them
for that put poses, A se.iich w an ant
had been obtained and the articles
weie found In their possession. After
the evidence had ben heaid the
'squire held them In ball In the sum
of $.'.00, but they refused to give ball
and were committed to Jail. Chief Mc
lilnlpy unci Constable Hosle escoiteil
them to the hot ough lockup, .whom
they spent the night, und they will
bo taken down to Seiunton this morn
ing. The following uio the dlrcctois of
the People's EK-ctrlc Light company,
whoso application for n charter ap
peared ill cstei day's Tllblllie: 1'iesl-
scoumrr building a savings union,
lli'inc oflho, Nien Mrars lliillilllik', tllliwetx 1
Kinrral liullilliiff nml 1cm limliimi UiiuiikIiuxiI
the tlatr of I'dinixlxniil I.
Mnrs Krelclit, Kuililtiiii- nnd llaffn.iac, Safu,
I'lanm mid Miihlnci)
i 22B LACKIWANNA AW3,
M. A, FRIEDL1NOER & CO.
I axe iiuxiil mir Mlllltiiij- LiLitdMiiiifiit c
"Oil ,'il.mi Axe, eppolt mult limi-e. Lislrr
UpinlUK Jiiiinumciiifiil liter.
JmMES I. QUICK.
lljnluMir, st(,r ,iud I'iiuiiu I'luiiiliinfr.
(ijllltliiK und ItiiathiK
l(lrilinnp iiiiiiri th-it nOn l.m I, iu.mn.i lie,
3 SO NORTH
Ilipillluir .ind iieA.
ins ibne nt li"lt
A N M
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS NOW rOR
AND AVOID THE RUSH. CALL rOR
H. L. GLEASONS,
SIO SPRUCE STR&ET,
OPP. CCURT HOUSE, SECOND FLOOR,
A PERFECT FIT QUARANTEED.
LOUIS H, ISAACS. 412 SPRUCE ST.
FRED H. WINTER.
824 C5POUSC AVENUE,
staple (liO(cile and 1'inxlIon V full Hue
of Wxiljlilex, d( , lenlied (hill
Kcllar c Harris.
Maliiiditiuii'. ol Hun'..-, nnd ikulirs in llone
ruinUliliiR (mod 1 1 links and 'Iiixillni; ll.ui
l.e, aitlig prmiiptlx altml (I to 'li Kplione I "-'
117 I't'iin an imp, Siranlnn, Pa.
I find len nits fin K.tnpt llna-ei. I'niplx lluusrt
f(r Tenant (ullid WuU. bonl, Vitei- and
biMiie I'rcpiity and lliill'linci
WILLIAM G. LOOMIS,
ISmiiiis I ami ,1 lluir Kulhlim.'
COMMERCIAL QUICK LUNCH PARLORS.
elianllnev, I'mi' 1'eod, Pollti Mientlon, Ilea
.-ul.il'U I'lluJ Dpi ii di and iiIkIiI.
fill und Sin! spun,. 'Iiitt, Sntilim, fa
dent. J D. Stoekci . tiensiuer, William
Walker. Thomas A Hendilcks, E. F.
Edmund", M S. Collins, lleoige Ed
munds, S. 'xV, Cook and Attorney
Lyman M. Howe, with his moving
pictui es, Is an attiactlon which -xxlll
shoitly attiact a huge number of peo
ple to the Methodist Episcopal chuich.
On the occasion of his last visit a few
months ago the i hutch was filled.
Miss Lllr Bennett, ot Second stivot,
was taken soilonsly 111 last evening.
Mi. Edvvuid Spettlgile, of Honesdale,
Is a vlsltoi at the homo of Mr. and
Mis. Theodoie- Spettigue, of CL-metery
Will Mellon lias u-coxcied sulllclently
from the opeiatlon he recently under
went in the- hospital to be bionght
The gland conceit given b.x the
Si hoi of Song in the Methodist Epis
copal (huich on the nih Inst , was
well attended and fiom the attention
and applause of the audit nee, highly
nppl eclated. The school has been un
dei the musical diicctlon of liof.
linik S. Tliomns for the past thiee
months, and the singing ot solos, also
the gland i-hoiiis elfoits, showed Hue
musical piogtess. The elioiiis, "Mglit,
Lovely Night." wns-iendeied with line
(iTcct, giving tlie sott and foi to ex
pitbslnn with andante movement.
D.iughtei ot Xlon," with a full, louiid
thoi us, siiowiug development of power
o Hone, then gliding to a faint plan
issluio by tin- (iiaitc-lte stationed at
the opposite side of the chinch. Ill
flood Night. Falexxc-ll," the sustain
ing power of tone was developed 'with
pi midline cd cniphasls. The solo in this
choius was sung 'by Miss Florence
Tayloi. Dei xolec lung out like a sil
ver bell and as dear as a bhd. show
ing tine ability as a singer. Mls Jes
sie Steal lis. in hei recitation, "The
Low Baik On," gave a line inhibi
tion of her elocutional. v powets; In-i
poise, gi-stuies. euuuclallon, with giat-e
of movement, was veiy entertaining
to the audience. She was niiompunlcd
by a low mm nun Ing choi us, with oii
llgi.to. and the effci t was beiutlful.
To heal' tho -,'ieut violinist, Mini". V.
Vandi'ivckeii Is to Imxe a supeilor
musical tieat seldom enjo.ved. Ills
tones on his grand violin Is a reve
lation of musical powei and beauty,
while his tt'ihnh, phia-lng and cue
tul expiesslon holds his .unlience tali ly
entiauceil wllh the delicate and poxv
e I fill lelldellng of lllM ilnslial selec
tions Plot. Finest P.ovaid. "f Dun-
n.oic. and Miss Lena (Jtiiil ill per
finned a piano duet with good move
ment. Pint. Boxanl showed csiellent
ability lu his piano solos ind billllunt
U chute. Mi. liioige E. Sli ly. the
I. ftder of the Methoillst Epln-opal
(hull, also ol the Keystone Double
iiiuii title, whh h gave out selection,
sang "Sighing tor Thee ' with a voln
of lentil PNc-ullenci', lull of lllllslc vl
lunlioii und being ni companies! by
(hoi us, was a Heat. Tin solos by
Messis. Joseph English. Stanley
Evans, ll.innon Sltgiaxes, with violin
obllgato by Mis. Fiank Build. Misses
lieiaidini Sltgravcs iMe Steams, and
the solos sung bv the ihh alto ol Mrs.
Ileoige Stevens, made a vol illtelt'Sl
ing musical piogiauinie. Mis. Myrtle
Slebelt was ll.e ;m oiupillllsl, and lu
tlie ilillleult M'lectlons she gax-c- evi
dence of a chilled at list upon Ihe
phlliotollc The School of Song Is to
be ( ongi ululated upon Its line ability,
and I'nif Thomas upon the gland
manner In which Ihe school hustalnetl
11. "V. Peck, leader of Ihe 1'ii-sb-teilau
choli, was Healed to a pleasant
suipiise Thuisday evening at the close
ot the piner meeting. The pastor, In
behalf of many ti lends, pu-sented him
a substantial sum of money In grate
nil iccognltlou ol Ids able servlios In
the ilcpaitmeiii of (huuh music.
Though surpilscd, ho icsponded hap
pily and was wauuly congi initiated
by ail pie&cnl.
Services in Ihe I'lt-byteil.ui church
.Sunday nt n,::o a. in. ami 7 p, in., Ryv,
FRANK M. MOYER,
Contractor and Builder.
OSO PENN AVENUE.
all ItlndH piomptly
THE HOME SUPPLY CO.
ltctall funilttiic, liedllnc; and floor i-ovetintt
foi iuli at hulcilp prirci ut
734 W. LACKAWANNA AVE.. SCRANTON.
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY
HIU'AIIIIMI A bf'i;ilAl,T.
' GROSS, 422 SPRUCE.
JAMES J. MURRAY,
SiKreoi- to the Hunt A Cornell Co., In tin
.mil alicet metal otk and xrntlUtlon. CVIen
tinnier", irpilm an I uneral tin xoik u
(pedaltv. ll. 112 l.icUxxniiiia axenup.
I'All, WI.MlT. 127 WAMIINt.rO.V WIINUt'.
4J TEAM DYE WCRKS.
and I'm nth Prx t lemlnsr and ltelltiWiiiig
, tfwxN tilled for and (Mlxtrrd.
123 PENN AVE.
321 t'ULBZRRY S.
TiniKM and UalAt.
lira. Kurnarffi a Six.
lironiptly done. '.'10
Ad inn axe., Scun
WILSON A COMPANY.
I'a-hlotnMc lulhns (Hotel .fenuxn IIiiIIiIIiib),1
jj spruu- Mitel, stranion, ri. .suit pressed,
Xi ((lit; pmta prisned, in rrnt. Clothing if
pulled, tailed for .ind delixered. New Phone. M92
H. A. RIEFENBERG.
l'lutnhinir, linninie and 1 1 fit I tie. Sole agent
fur Howard 1'urnite.
Ttletihoiie 4)12. ."1T l.lnden rfreet.
Ilrnt und quickest phue in the city to have
x.'iir hum tlxtd, xxe uv nothing but Oul.
'J .in l.i.ltlid und llr.M inn win klii.inslilp.
IJ" f.lndin ktnet, opposite pcotftftitp.
DR. E. V. BEARDSLEY.
loumrli xmiIi Dr. lllll. 321 SPRUCE ST.
MRS. SARA ALLYN.
xlll riiiioiu April 1 fiom Connell Ilullding to
-.ill and .VM, Mean llull'liiv'. I
,orici: is inntKiiv oivkn that an ap-
plitatlon will he made to the fioxcrnor ot
l'cnnslxaiili, on th- JDth day of Marth, A. 1).
1'kjI, hv Cvnis 1. .lonen, (! I', UcxnohK Chrle
Sthlaccr. K. I). Muriies. John T. ltichardi, T. Cv
Von Stnidi, Mniucl .Samter. llhhard O'Dilen, 51,
3. Ileale, W. (i I'ulton, C. S. Woolworth. Jl,
P. Carter, Thomai sjiuue, and others, und. I
the Act of Ihe (Jeneral Ans-mlily of l'cnnsyl
xanli entitled "An Ait for the incorporation ami
liRUlatlon of hxnks of dl-count and deiHysit,'
approxtd the 11th day of Ma, 1S7H, nnd the sel
eral fuppltnient thereto, for a chirter for an
Inttndid liaiiklng iorioritlon to be lotated in
Siraiilou, I'a., to lie tailed "Tho People's nank."
with a tapltal ktotU of One Huiidicd Tliousaii I
P.illan (1CVX)) the tlnractei and i hjcet or
xxhlrli aie In do n gincial baiikipg lut-ncw, and
hall haxo Hie rower a-id may borrow or Und
nioni.x for mill polled .n tiny may deem propel,
ma ill-iounl hilU of cvthange, foielttn or domes,
lit promissory notes m otl er neitotlahle paper",
and the interest miv lie ittdxed in adxanic. aid
klull hue Ihe rieht to hold In trust as tollai
eial Miutlty for loins adianren or (IKeounU, e
tite', reil, personal and inlvod, including th i
noti. bonds, ulillgatlnnx or nccounta ol tlm
I'nlKd stkKr. indixiduals or corpoiation, bih!
to punliia". tolliet and adjust tho same and to
ili-p.iv lluieof for Ihe benellt of tho eotporatlon,
or fur the painents nf Ihe John ns aeeurlty tor
xihlih tlie nine niav be hild, and for these pin
imnn. In luxe, povroa and enjoy all the right",
lutiifits and prixihgoi of said Act ot Avcinbly
and Mipplcnicnta then lo
AltTllfll DtTNN. .solicitor.
io nil: iioi.ni:us or iio.nds ni'mukii;
scxen (7), clxht (f). feil.one (41) am'
I.U....I. ie.. nt thn f-olllrrv I nL.Itioi.e Cnmnslil.
ivii si. i." " "" -, ....... ......,-..-,
hilug the bonds bearing ditc Octohcr 1st, lil'i,
I I.. ...... rrwulr... rA r., 4 Vt . I ,1.1,
ami biiuuu i'j .,,,31- .,.. ... .... u.b. .
Please lake Nolitc that in pursuance of Urn
proxUions of th" slid bonds and the tru't moil
page glxdi to .suuio the nine, the bonds (is
numW'i'iil aline haxe luen drawn by lot for
painent on ihe first (lay of Vpiil, 1901, and ( i
ate hilib not Ilk (I tint the nunc xxill he p-ihl
on the tlrst (hv of April, 1'iul. at the bitka
xianin 'lru-.t and safe Deposit Compan, Trnstou
iianicd in iho Iriol iiioilgige atioie reliiud I",
toaclhei wllh Intirost toujions atlaihed tlierct
and leiinliung unpild, and that interest xvllt
tcioe atKr the slid date.
riu: toii.HRV nxf.ivhEU coxir.vxv.
btrantrn, Pi , l'llmnry 23th, lri01.
Dr. Moon, pastor. Subject 111 motnlng,
"The Supeinatuial D.ukness"; evening.
"Rede;nptlon Finished." All welcome.
F. p. Benjamin. O M. Pieicc and
William McLaughlin spent yesterday
at ihe Olyphnnt leservolr gunning tor
duties As there weie no ducks in
sight tin- party passed the uttcinoon
shooting at a niaik.
The voungest child of Mi. and Mis,
John tiilesdal Is seriously 111.
The living French company xxlll
open a thiee nights' engagement at tho
Kut he i- Math'-xx opera house on Mon
day evening, when thoy will present a
i omedy-drama, entitled "A Runnw.ix'
Wife" Pi Ices, in, I'O and 3(1 cents
The last of a seiies of sermons on
the "Life of Christ," with storcoptlcon
illustiatlons, xxlll be given by A. V.
Bower, ot Scianton, at the Congiega
tlonnl church tomoirow evening
Mis. Frank Nichols was tcudeied a,
pleasant hlitlid.iy paity on Thiirsdav
evening, by a niinilui' of fi lends, at
Inr homo on Dunmoie stieet. Manx
enjovablc dlv ei slops seivcd to entcr
tuln the guests, after which delicious
lefieslmients weie paitaken of. Mrs.
Nichols xxas presented with a hand
some Mollis chair. The guests were
Kc v. and Mik James Hoy. Mr. and
Mis. Fiank Dalle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
MtiKOiv Mr and Mis, W. H. limine!
I loth. Mi. ami Mrs. Kdmond Nichols,
Mis. S. Nli hols. Mis. Ficdeilek .Maun
der and Thomas Pitch.
Mis, S. N Callendii- and daughtei
Miss lirace Callcnder. spent estord,ix"
with Mis Edward Jones, In Blakcly
Elluu, the little daughter of Mi. an I
Mis. William Watklns, of Susquehanna
stiict. gave a hlilhday paity yester
day afteinoon. Theie was a largr
giuheilng of little folks, who enjoyed
themselves Immensely playing games
until about I o lock, when supper hip
seived ihe young hostess was the ic-clpli-nt
of many pietty glftr.
.MIhs Noui ilciilt. of Providen e.
visited fib-lids lu town esteiiln.
E. N. Fcigusou left ostoida fiv
Boston, Mass.. where he will engage in
To Prevent Pneumonia and Clip
Uxallic lliiiiiniljiiliilm leniSM the iaiit-