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TWO SCKASiTON TIUBUNE-PMDAY. AI'IMJj ii. 1IH)I.
NEWS OF THE
S , ,
DISMANTLING OF THE NORTH
It 'Is Now' In Progicss niul tho Mn-ohlnci-y
Is Being Moved to Buffalo.
Strike of tho Union Men Employed
At the Wood wn d Mine Work on
the Now D. & H. Freight Stntlon
Will Soon Begin The D.. L. & W.
Board for Totlny Odd tuiil Ends of
Il looks vpi.v miii'li llltr moving Uliif
Rioiincl'ihc liulmwiintm lion and Stcul
fornpnny'H ninilso.M llioso ilnye. mid
(itiyonc Bitalmr at No. I fumiica unil
Hie North mill, ntion which tho work
of tllstmintlltiir has been InutiKiiruteil,
i-annot hut iciillzf thai Hip tilj? com
pany will noon have lot t thin oily.
Tho South duel mill Is ntlll lit full
oiiM-atlnu. .Monday III" wnik of (lis
Jiiiintllnt; whs lii'KUti at. the, North mill,
and the smu'liinuty lw flint liolnir ru
moved. The mill wa Idle lor oiih- tlmu
and thi'ifforo Us Iraiislor will not
innnn ,m mtli'li or, Imj a.(iiotlcoal)le as
that ot tho other. ' '
The No. I futnaro mm blown out
March t. and shortly ultprwaidn a.
hirBf Ranp of men was im to wnrK
ti-ailmr down ilio In lid; huIi-hIiupUiiu
and dlMiiantlitm' It. Seven of the larse
metal ."heels liave leu removed and
already .MtHpnerl. It Is likely that u
lull month will be eoustiniod in taking
down the entire fuinai" and operations
will then be .slarto.1 lip-in one of Hie
Foil l larse fuiiuu'cs v. ill be ineluiled
In the new plant. It is expected that
'bv fall, or at leaht e.nly winter, tho
entlie work of dl.smtintllnt," will bo con
cluded. The men employed at the dis
mantling work ait- nil employes from
around the shops and the total num
ber of hands now employed by the
company is only about one-half as
larse as Ihe former foiee.
A huge number of them will bo
tiansferrcd to the Muff.ilo woiUs. The
boiler and pattern shops were shifted
n the New York stale planl last year,
and the latter shops are already in lull
Strike at the Woodwaul.
The employes of the 'Woodward col
lieiy hi Kiugbton. opciated by the
U.'laware. b.iekawanna and Western
company, w'put out cm stiike Wednes
day, and in euuseiiuence the initio was
Idle eMord.'iy. The trouble :iiom over
the i-teenl Older pronmlKatcd by the
I 'lilted .Mine Woikers of Amotion, in
dem.'iiidlnft that only union men should
be omplo.ied in Hie mines.
It seem.s lli.it a niiinber of the old
miplovos in and around the colllciyu.ro
iii! inembcis of the union, and when
they ascended fiom the shaft on AVcil-ii'-sday
p'Oiescntalives of the I'nlted
Mine WoiKcis demrtnded that they
smw i heir worUhiK cards. This they
c ould not do. and in eonsofiuenec tho
members of the union iodised to work
itli iiiiu-iiiilou men.
New D. & H. Freight Depot.
Work will -nnn bo commeneed on the
ild Weston mill propeity to convert It
into a handsome new freight station
lor tie' Delaware and Hudson eom
ihii. A million of the present strue
iine will be lorn down on the westerly
side to widen Hie building-, which will
be fun i stories lilvdi in limit, for a
depth of ninety feet This pait of the
building- will he u-ed tor the geneiut
iiiight and other ol'lee ichiui whieh tlu
oiepaliy aie ill need of
III the i our will ! a one-stoiy builii
ing. or sturliu' l'r(.lghl. J:0 leet deep,
with a lung platfoim on either bide
running the full length of the build
ing. Tile main height track will be
the same as that one used by t ho
Weston .Mill company in handling- gram
and Hour within the enelosuie. Tho
building will have an imposing- ftonl
which will be in keeping with the pies-
ui passenger station, which adjoins
the freight house site. I'oiiiiul Sehroe
dir has-- the onmiuci tor the work.
Today's D., L. & W. Boivid.
The make-up of today's D., L. and
W. bomd "la a's follows:
llll'l!l.. U'ltll. (
Willi I 41., 1 .sir-- .III., I' JuUiIm.iii. I"
III , II Ih.liut.v.
ntinw. M'liu. .
w iKI i.ii-. l'1-t Il'..!i a. in., o. i!1ti,iolili; ;i
.i in., .1, M"-iu: In.1, in., o. Ki'.iiiio; II ... m,,
I. I' sli'un-; I 1 1. in , I. MiCiitjiv; " ,, m ,
W. Hi. i, n : il p. in , I . Miu-li
summit,., ih. -ii ii. mi, i'bl, .1, IlrtnngJii;
i. 1 1. Hi.. u-.t. .1. C.iiili.": 7 i. in., wf-l, (,-, uit,c
I'loifiifell,!!! T i. .1-1. . , MilinN; 7
1 III, Ul-l lltl.ll I .I.MIU.I. Hill', I'lllllis. M.
I'lillri 10 n in., I". II, soini.
I'n-liii s ,i. in,, lluii.il ; In j, hi. s. I in.
nil; 11.10 j. in,, Mui.ni: 7 p, in., Miiipli ,
i p. III., I..niipllr-: 1(1 p. in., Wilbur.
I'jwcncrr i:nsliicT .i. in., li'.iffni'y; 7 a. in.,
Saicer: S.) 1 1. in., si.iiiluii; 7 p. in., M.vjou'in
WHO (.n. Vist1 .i. in., T. rit7i.itilik;
111., K. M Alli-l.t I s ,,. ,, Mull,,,; ,,, ,
M .1. lliiinl'Mii; ,i. in., I'. r.u.iiniiiJi: I .
in., ,l, lliiili.vi .; p. in, ,1. li.iliju.iii; i ,, in., ii
I illill.lld: ."l p. in. 'I. IIii,iiIi.iiii; i, p. ni ,
,1 II. Mu.leiii , , .
( uinliiLi.il lljiltiiv will i.ii,. in. own urn,
.i. in,, Apiil .".
1 omliKlor .1. II, sn.nU ttill lake lih mvn inn.
i, ,i. in,, Al il .''.
Ilrjl.dii.iii .1, Mlllii u'ii:it foi .Inly vvllli V
Ilral.omuii IknciHi- .li'imln will ., oul wnli
M. .1.' Hnniiiinn n rl tgiirur..
Ilukci.ian L. I - ki-i will s out mtli ', Wall
nnl nip. '
Hral.rjiiin iillioii.v O'Nill ul , ill ai hjiji.
Illlll.nillll I'l.lhk lllullUV Mill I .ill 4l Xlpl'lill,
This and That.
I"!. Wlt, rtUiu'inU'pdi-lll or 1110-
Ivo.vower un. tho .Ontario and Wm
111 uillrcU, was in the ilty ve-jiur-
Ja. Mis li':t(I(K-tltfr.s Aid fit Mlddlo.
own, N Y,
Jolin T, I'oi lor, tliu coiiiniif-bloii mur
t hunt, lias 1 iMiMVert tlio old Jcrmy
'entrnl t'lolslit house, and yettfrdiiy
woiUmvn wore uiigugrd In ileroratlntr
the hulldhiK wltli 8lgiiH .slsiiltylns tlwc
It Is Porinr'b w.'uohousci,
There urn vacanros in U.ul(iwuniui
I'Bisenser and trolght service ah fo
luwr; iriraUcnmn.for trains 5 ucd '',
liraKeniHii for lilu'sliaimoa lay-over lo.
till. ondu,utor Keller. Apidlcatlons
wll Up rtt'Qlved hy Trainmaster J. J,
Mci.'aiin Mr lUteen days-. Tlui latter
vacancy i to bi illleil by a llulltftead
Tho pratthv of eiisiii'i men In chartra
lif tOO vliixs t.uc'Uinvuiinii lmikIhch pci
mittliiK tlicir (UotiK-n U( duiup nshes on
l ho main tiark hot ween I'ocono Hmii
inll ond Sinvieuevllle nuist. jh ilisoon
ilmiid nt once When necfhsnry 'in
I'li'iin lltv or (lump ashes )t innsi ho
ilono at (ir.ivol Plato, instead of on
ts. )'.. Ulndvolt. filler clcil' andlior;'
lj A V'Hi JlohflulsktT, icul otalo
iiKtui. an I .1, U. I'lattcn. treaburer
m l ho Pennsylvania Coal compnnyi
called on Sttpcrlnlsndent 15. K Lootnls.
ot the Luckiuvannn conl department,
yesterday. The: two first named gentle
men are ofllelals of the ttrlr rnlboinl
mid all hnvo their hortdqttarter.ii at
New York. 1
The rvnttal Labor union will hold an
Impoitnnl mooting Suntlny nlteinoou,
and u targe amount of business tcqiilr
lug Immediate action will come up Tor
consideration, The eoinmlttee on place
of meeting; will give Km report and
Probably recommend the second Hour
of the Kcoiiomy building as an admir
able place for labor headiitiiirteis. The
committee on observance of Labor day
will also make Hh repoil.
Th" long-tookod-for iluingo-i In Hi'
fiilniliilstiiillon of the airulrs of Hi"
Central ' llailrond of New Jeicey will
bi-b ought about Home Hum this month
and wi may then i-Npn('l to see some
i,l'uugef III' the locale of Ihe I'uilll.il
station and heads of ilep'ii Imetits. 'I'liLt
b"ltig a terminal point, trie present
otllt'jals do not anticipate any material
rlmngr. The Philadelphia and Ib'inl
Ing leglnii aie taking 1 old of nll'.ilrs
as inpldly us possible,
STILL LEAVING THE CITY.
Silk Workeis Ale Going- to Fnctinles
nt Other Places.
Theie eie nu ilevelopmeuts of Inter
est In Hie silk mill sttllm .sltiuitlou yes
t"iilriy. h.illy, uumbeis of ihe gills,
ilespalrlng of a. pica! adjili-tmeiil of th'
evjfttlig dllllcullle.'. leave for llobokeli.
Jersey Heights. Paiersoti or Allcii
town and seveuil Intend to pnon aotcpi
the offer reeeh')'d AYednesdiiy from the
newly I'Stabllshcd throwing mills at
Half a dozen of the Snuiiuolt gills
vest r ni. iv jilmlli.il f,,,. liiiiiui,it ..'itils
and left for Alleiil'iwn, where the Kutz-
town people liave a plant. No meet
ings weie held yesterilay In the central
city save tho liilui" morning session ot
the executive, committee. The lutter
are busied sending out r.ppcnts foi aid,
as the union treasury has been veiy
considerably thinned out by numerous
demands made upon It.
There Is considerable mlk of another
big mass mooting und parade of Ihe
Milker anil next -week a committee
will be appointed to tmange for the
P.M Washington ave.. Scranton is the
best and most reliable place lo pur
chase a good Piano. It will pay you
to rail and got prices and teinis. J. AY.
Guernsey, Pi op.
Ask for Kelly's union crackers.
Are as essential to your
Easter outfit as your new
Our Neckwear Stock is
up to its usual standard.
Hundreds of beautiful pat
terns in all the popular shapes
The Yoiing's $3.00 Ha!
Is equal to the best.
We sell them.
See the Vew
412 Spruce Street.
The Dickson Mniiiiruvtui'iiig (Jo.
I craulou and WllkevlSane, l'.
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARV BNttliNES
Hollers, lictttlngand I'uinplni: Machine.-,
Central Office. Scranton, Pa.
Wtch our next
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t Alii vV vVw N ( y. i S Vk iJ YVJv,'Kif 34'V5J III
LION COFFEE is not glazed or coated with egg mixtures and chemicals, but is
au absolutely pure coffee, full of strength ami flavor.
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list, ho housekeeper, In
fact, no woman, man. hoy or girl will fail to find in tho list some article which will contribute to fhclr happiness,
com far.1 and convenience, and which they may liavo hy simnlv cuttintr out i certain iiumlie- of Mm. il,! frm
, the wrappers of our due pound healed
At Clark's Annex,
209 Washington Avenue.
Everything to decorate churches and
homes, and at our corner store, which
has been enlarged. The display is elegant
at each place.
Hyntlntlui in grent piofuslou f iota 10c to !?l.r0 each
Tulips, an elegant lot 20c to $1.00
Azallns, bsnullfnl plants, from $1.00 up
Spirens 50 cents up
Beautiful Easter Lilies, fiom 50c to S2.00 ench
Yellow Gencstns UOc to ?1.C0
Rhododendrons, in bloom 81.00 to S3. 50
Hardy Aznllas !?1 to !?3 Accasias $1.50
T,llncs ?2.00 Daisies 70c to $2.00
Stock S1.00 Lily of the Vnlloy 35c
Hydtnneas 75c to ?6.00
Hardy Roses. In bloom 50c to SS1.00
The Beautiful Crimson Hnmblcr 1.00 to $0.00
American Beauties, in bloom 70c
Ferns 10c to 82.00
Palms 20c to 80.00
Asparagus 10c to SI. 00
By far the largest and most elegant
display in the city
At Wholesale and Retail.
Hoses 91.00 to S3. 50 doz
My of the Valley 75c doz
Mignonette 50c doz
Daffodils 00c doz
Enster Lilies $2 to S3 doz
Customers from out of town can
telegraph or telephone and will receive
Q. R. CLARK & CO.
201 Washington Ave.
Old Telephone 2203. New Telephone 8.
k ti k n tt k . k it it it at as Kit
f Hayes &
! 424-426 Spruce St., Between Washington and Wyoming
Silk Shirt Waist Sale
We have purchased a manufacturer's line of
Sample Silk Waists al one-third less than regular price.
x You can have them on the same basis.
These are worth from
U ' 'A ' ' A A A 'r A A 'A A 'A A 'A A A
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH
packages which is tho only form in which
WOOLSON SPICH CO., TOLEDO, OHIO.
Carnation $1 to S2 doz
Hyacinths 60c to $1.50 doz
Violets S2.00 hundred
Tulips 60c to SI. 00 doz
Smilnx 25c per yard
. n ? n . n ? n ? . ? at k
5.00 to $9.00.
A A A A A A A A'AAAAA A A A A A
is always the same,
One pai:kago is just like another,
It is uniform in every respect.
IT NEVER VARIES.
U you like one package you will like all
this excellent coffee is'bold).
SCRANTON'S SHOPPING CENTER,
Wash Goods Week
You don't buy Wash Goods simply because they wash. You want dainty Sum
mer wear, because they are dainty, pretty, serviceable and will wash, if need "be. If
you want the nrctticst of the pretty wash goods now in vogue, reliable as well as
beautiful, coilj here for them. We have them all Zephyrs, Dimities, Linens,
Motiselincs. All the dressy sweets that make summer the gayest time of all the year
iYlOUSeHne DC -Soie s'c materia as distinctly Parisian as its name implies,
Exceptionally fine in texture, with all the distinguisha
ble appearance of a costly Foulard Silk, presenting unrivalled attraction in style and
quality. This hint: Bmbroidered Mouselines, solid colors 65c
Embroidered Lace Mouselines, solid colors....! 85c
Embroidered Lace Mouselines, in beautiful floral designs 85c
Mercerized ChambraySL new cottou material with a fine soft silk finish,
" unrivalled for shirt waists, Colors, C?
red, blue, pink, buff OtJW
rierCeriZed CIievi0tS cotttm material, silk finished, that has all the ap
pearance of a brilliant mohair, serviceable and CA
beautiful, solid colors OVFv
German L5nenS"03e t0 IO st3es f plain colors. and stripes, of this hand
some and sturdy material to choose from. The best OKfr
fn brie ever woven. Our price 4J
Embroidered CrepeSA- Pretty cotton and silk cloth, light fine and tZflrr
soft, in dainty light shades. Price JvFV
Tltoroidered YViSStl a Co'orsi iucludiug black and white, and in t f
z dozen qualities, ranging in price from 25c to P
DimitieS:,:retty namcihut not one whit prettier than 250 pieces of smooth summer
stuffs that are properly called by it. Fancy tinted stripes on white grounds
are some of them. Can you picture them and the tiny twill that all true dimities
own? Dashes, dots and dainties, until there isn't room enough here to tell you prop
erly of them. Domestic Dimities 12Jc Irish Dimities 22c
Ecril EffectSu wasn materials will be much in demand for the coming season,
and will no doubt be scarce later on. Our lines are now complete
in all details, ranging from the lowest grade up to a fine French Reveres at $1.50 Yd
A Hundred Other Weaves and kinds ot wash materials arc here for your inspec
tion, admiration and purchase if you so desire.
White GoodS''le su5Jec':s Inaa Liucu, Lawns, Persian Lawns, Batistes,
Organdies, Wash Cbiffou, French Nainsook, French Reveres,
Madeira Cambric. Long Cloth and in fact everything in the White Goods category
have received our best efforts, and we can say, without hesitation, that our lines of
these goods will not be surpassed by any offering for igox.
Places in Virginia
Can be comfortably and easily
reached by the
Strainer tall dally except SiiikIj; from I'irr M,
North Ithcr, foot ol llrai.lt uct, .Sew oik, for
Old Point Contforl
and Washington, D..C.
Connecting for All Points South anJ West.
llirotisli ricUetsieturniiiKfrum Va-.liini;toii
by i ail or water.
Koi full intuii::atluii ai!y to
OLD DOMINION STEAA1SHIP CO.
81-85 Beech St., New Yoik.
II n.WAI.KKIt.lul.Mi.T. J.J,IIUOr.N,(i.P,A.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
Gem.nl Asrnt (or tlu Wyoming
UJnlnc, niistlng, Sportln?, Smokclfi mil tin
Itcpjuno Chemical Compinj't
Safety Fuse, Caps and Kiplodcrs. Hooni 101 Con
Dell Uuililln?, svranton.
TIIOS. t'Oltl) ,,, ritiston
JOHN' U. Kilt I'll 4: SON PI) mouth
W, II. MUU.IQA.N Wlllcntrr
Not in Nature
for anyone tonlw.ivs feel tireil. There
i no need to drug out an exUtencc
Weak nencsnie rojionsllilc tcir Inn
Biior, depression, debility and vutUo
DiseahCd net ve. whether due to over
work, ovir-lwlulRence r nny other
cnilje, cau he nude itruuj; as atcl Ijy
the iuu of
They lone and luviRoratc every orc.in
of thv body, toothe ami .trniRtneu the
nene.i mid transform broken duuu
nieuiiiid nonii'ii Into Mioii);, henlthy.
lttornu-i. ruddy-cheeked jier-iiiH. If
you find this isn't t-o, you p-tt your
$1 lid per box l,)oxes (with guaran
tee), $.'i On. inwk fire, 1'i-M. Mi:m.
kinu Co., Ckcl mil, Ohio.
Fr tJlc by .Ir.lm , riielpn, I'luniuiUt, iciuvr
Wjuiiiliii; uu'iiuq u ti'iuic tlrccU
NEW STOCK, j
T We arc now prepared to t-liow vou an entire NEW stock of
: Carpets, s
j Wall Papers and Draperies j
livery item i:- this season's ,ooil., and we are prepared to serve
4. oti pronipllv and at our well-known low prices.
126 Washington Avenue-
4. 4, 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4, 4 4, 4. 4 4 4 4, 4,
IH nilWI N :tll .sprint lrel,
Is All eutt- mi't riiniuh- IH-irj?fit
Wineri irj rhilclrfn, (Vicnilttllon
imiDjtlun fi.-e ilfllre Hour. Duly i
I . m. to V p. 111.
il S nidi
N. Ninth Street, SLHANIONi PA
Telcphons Call. 2,i;iJ.
20 M if
1 KJvmJk -
127 AND 129
& flcANULTY ;
4. 4. . 4. ; 4 4 4 ! 4- I' v S "I ' )
Don l Be Too Fly
Said the bait to the fish.
Or next thiug j'ou know
you'll garuish a dish.
I came from the store of
Florcy cc Brooks,
And I'm daugerous.
211 Washington Ave.
Uoonis 1 and 2, Com'ltii B'l'd'f.
nJnJng and Blasting
M.'de t Moolo and liutti lal Wgrki.
LAPLIN & RANU POWOHR CO.'S
ORANQE OUN POWDER
I'etrlo Hatterloj. Kleotrlo KxploJtri.
iplodlns blit, tiMy Fiiimui
flesaunQ Chemical Cos v.?Tl
. ; 'fe' f ,-,.