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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, APRIL 20, .1901'.
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All Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method ami beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Syhup op Fios, manufactured by the
1'A.MFOtitUA l-'io Svnur Co.. llltistrato
llicvalnoof obtaining1 thu liquid laxa
tive lu'inclpluH of plants Known to bo
mudli'lnnlly luxtttivc ami prebontinff
them in the form most refreshing to tho
tasto and acceptable to tho system. It
tattic una perfect htrcnthcniiiff laxa
tive, clcatisiuL' thu fcyfitem cireetnally,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly nnd enabling ono
to overcome habitual cotiNtipatlou per
jnanently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, nnd Us actinir on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, wilhnut wcnlconinrr
or irritating them, make it. the ideal
In tho process of manufacturing flgs
are used, as they aro pleasant to the
tasto, huttlto medicinal ciunlititsof the
remedy dre obtained from henna and
other 'tiromut ic plants, by a method
known to the Camfoiinia Fio Syrup
Co. only, fn order to got its beneficial
ell'cctsnnd to avoid imitations, nleasc
printed on the front of every puckage.
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'J cierLcrjcOrrteri Promptly UallyeroJ
;ifZ27 Adams Avenua. '
CITY NOTES :
mii.k i)i:A(.i:it.v i.n :nm;s!. rood itepcctur
MiUiii.ijci' diM'irt it unpIei-.tooil lint milk diJkn
!iu , not t.iKo out tlioii Iplciip.i at once will
(cVM.SAMir j:llirilllU.N. fill, annual B.Mii
natio cxliibition of the Young Wonuu's C'lniv
II in .i-sinl.itum wilt lie held in the High sihuol
imlllcrjiiiii, 1'riday, April -I', at S p. in.
MJl AT IIAIIXHMAMf. The .iniioumeineiit
lint Mi-.. Moie, of riltlon piii., 1 .it llic
ll.ihiKiii.iim li.i-pil.il was imoircul. she U t
Jlia CiumningN priatc hospital on Vino trccl.
INVniH) TO PMtllCIPATII.-Tlic Atldcllo ft).
ulv of tho Sch(ol of the l.iLKawann.i h.w lnen
iMilrd to (.end men to participate in tlip 'ntli
letiv Raines to lie uien in connection with t lie
1 'an 'America ii rpoMlton,
I'AMOfs CttN'l KAlrO. J. Hu.i,1m, a lam.
pii contiaito iIl, and a pupil ot the noted
Hi uly of I'.uK will hing in the first 'rchj
lerian chiiuli toinonow unnidiii; and eiuinir.
slie will he tin cue.it of Pi. ami It. .lames
McUpd wliiie in the ett.,
l!lll'.AM:i! HOY IIIIIT-Mpwii llanuli. a 11
j pal olil lirakir hoy, w,n treated .it the llahiic
i'i iim limpltal, ,rslcidi., by IJiHtnis huieth,
( ihiIIiIbc and 1'ei.K for ili-Incatlnns of the Knee,
wldili ho ou-.t Jim U liy lillins hltecii tect into
a toil pmket at Jrun.wi No. 1 collicty, at Rend.
HAS IIIII.N I'lirtl.MMl.-Majoi U. -, MiU.ii
ha iiii'iud a ciiiiiiiiiiniraticii trcui I oioncl I".
(i. Sweeney, iu.pcctni ccuei.il of tlie 'Ihird tni
Uiicle, National tiuaid nt l'iimsl.inl.i, notitjiii.;
Iilin that t i uiiu-t fi i a po,tpon(UH'iit ot tlic
in-pectloii of the 'Ihiiicciith ie'liinnt until .lime
il ha-, licen piiintcd.
i tis'i iiiii,i.i;ifs hr.Ti;ii:.T.-ciij Contudhi
llc.wtll riited .ieti'id.iy ".ittiiiinoii lo a Tiilnme
man. in lelirimj to the nitlilc In ,ietedai',
Tilliune, tint he ln tin prliato .n-ltict intu
isti in this (ity nnd tli.il all hit .ilttntion wa
ilMotid to looking after Ihe inuditct of (he.
Itllil ol Ihe ill.l, He illiquid the pcnllion he
held hcu eh. tul luntiollei. ,
HITK i:i!- IX!Tl.l.t;i, -t a leienl m-cipi
ot llolicit Ilurns lodiic, No, S.VI, Inilepiinl. nt
Older nf (Mil fellows the following o'llur
win" iiiitjllcd l.v IMtricl Deputj tolvln: Nolilc
kijiiiI, HiU Ai1iiii; lice eland, (ieoinu Millett,
ji.j iinJiuiii heiieuij, li. Jlltltll, m,j tecotil.
iiiB secrrtary, A. .1. snell; tuasuiei, V, S,
".unit lepii'xciitJtlw lo Bland lodge, . S.
UUfiutltY hTltllllT f IHK.-A llic did a Mua
I'lncJfrjr.jyrlaiii.iijo jesitflday luoinliig at the
l'f-iiWjlil'i Jlullieiry Miwt, owned liy Coone
IL"loluii and occupied b.i Harry McCnrli.
injrf.i) MeWcken was iaitintr 'h nclslilmi'a
I it Mtf .Itfic-u -rt lie alarm toundvd, Mie kaw miioKo
.niinrjijiu ihe tiont window In lie home.
WUunfip-ttU'. cjjlcil and the fire (piickly etin
suiififd. -'flif diniige to the iaipcl and the
$;2-GRAND CONCERTS 3
e United States
of yrashington, D. C.
74 Musicians, Assisted by
Miss Amy Whaley, Suprnno,
. " ! AT THE ,
Af?exji,oon and Evening,
, Children under 15, 35c.
PRICES Matinee, 80 and 75c.
i MIUI.U Evening, 75c, ?1, $1.50.
LARGEST, 'BEST PAID AND
GREATEST 'NATIONAL BAND
- IN THE WORLD.
1 1 i.ifll uii"fi' the management l
',-' '.Keystone Lyceum Buteau.
lHiamVil rowcll't .Muiic tlorv.
.t.iillilliiB will lirtt Kadi ntrr U0, Tlic flio U
ttcitllcil lo a ilclcUlic flw.
DONATION lAV r'l.St'l'.'llie IiijimkhiipiiI f
llic Hahnemann hcpltiil l irci.iiltiK lo olncrNc
i donation hy on r'rlila.t, Aivlt '.il. Wlillo
Mull an olwmantp Imi 1'frn it Ifgular fratliii' ol
noinc ftl the tlnrll.f oirmiImIIoM nt llm t lly,
!lii if the llr?t limn Ihli linllllilloti lm conn1
intoic the piiutlu In IhU manlier, 'llir auoinmo.
Ilatloni ti.lMi 1 ( c tl iMricly lwl nt 1Ip '"'I
1 tic ntionipmijlii e'Ni tr-ty Wy, nt)"' It
l li'ipfl Hint Hifre will lie Rcnnoii trpono
to llili nippe.il. Wlillc nil kIIIh mllatilo to llic
lieedn nf n hcwipltal will tip itlfnll.v irtiunir.
tlirrn "III to made known laltv il lll 'nf llic
urlUttJ wliltli nip In inosl niRrnl ilcm,iip.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS SOCIAL.
Very Entertaining Programme Ren
dered In Elm Park Church.
Professor Muck's Sunday- school olnss
of Kim Park church buvp n most (li,J
llljhtful opening hocIiiI lusl evening III
the church parlors to a large and en
thusiastic audience. The socials given
by tills particular class, which Is the
loi-RPBt lii the city, are the molnstuys
which keep tlie class In social touch
with one another, and aio continually
growing In favor.
z U. IJ. Carter had chai-Rc of tho liter
ary programme and made a neat open
ing: address, which was followed by a
violin solo, "Souvenir Dp Itelllnii," by
Artol, by Milt Allen, accompanied by
Miss Rose Relhl, The solo was ex
quisitely rendered. Then followed n
most entciiainliiR three-minute talk on
"The Scriinton I'ark System," by H. i
II u bier.
"The riolden Thieshold," n supinno
solo, was rendered by Allss dennle
Kuuffmnn in a most pleasing: manner,
and she lespondcd to an encore by
singing James Wliitconib Jtlley's
"Theie, Little lilrl, Don't Cry." Dr.
tleorgo Ackcrly gave a tlirec-mlnulp
talk on "The Experiences of a Young
Dentist." which was exceedingly funny.
Miss Dora Howe, of Kansas City, Jto.,
lecltcd "The Swan Song" In a very de
lightful and charming manner. As an
elocutionist. Miss Uowe is well-known
In Kansas City, and she was received
hist night most favorably. She re
sponded to an encore by giving a droll
recital of "Oh! For a Man."
Tho committee In charge were Misses
Minnie Champion, Dorothy Fischer,
Mae Jones, Jennie AVoolbaugh, Messrs.
Satterfleld, Thomas, Shopland and
FUNERAL OF JOHN H. ANGLE.
"Remains Taken Yesterday ,to Hope,
N. J., for Interment.
The funeral services of John II. Angle
were held at tlie Jefferson, Thursday
evening at 8.30 o'clock, nnd were con
ducted by the Itev. Dr. McLeod. Dr.
McLcod voiced tho sentiment of all
who knew tlie deceased, as he referred
to his elevating- influence and Ids never
failing Christian courtesy. Probably no
man in the city had so large it circle of
lrlemls, especially among the young
people, and many since his death have
been heard to lernurk, "No one save
myself knew how much lie helped me."
His work during the first two years of
his icsidence in the city was most con
genial to him, being connected with the
Young Men's Christian association, and
the young men who were then ills
"boys" he ever kepi in his lieait.
One young girl In South Scranton, to
whom lie had been "grandpa"-for ten
yeais at least, mourns for a friend
whoso lovo and kindness is not tullv
known outside her home. Her giief
was. pitiful as she said, "No one will
miss him as T will." For tlie past six
teen years his association with the
Lackawanna Trust and Safe Deposit
company had been a. mosL congenial
one, and there, too, he has left a
vacancy hard to fill.
Mr. Angle burled his wife twenty
nine years ago. One daughter, Mary,
died twentyifour yeais ago. The sur
viving members of his family are Mrs.
St. John, wife of Dr. David St. John, of
Hacken.sack; Mrs. Arthur Hopper, of
Pittsfleld, Mass.. his daughters, and
Olive Graham St. John, Kordyce Bar
ker St. John and Florence Angle St.
John, grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs.
Hopper, Mrs. St. John and Miss St.
John left with the body yesterday
morning on the 10 o'clock Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western train for tho
little town of Hope.'N. J., where lie
will be laid to rest beside tlie loved one
to whose memory he was so tine,
Catholic Young Women's Club En
joyed nn, Excellent Programme.
Tlie members of tlie Catholic Young
Women's club conducted a splendid
entertainment last night in their rooms
on North Washington avenue. A large
audience was In attendance ami hear-
tlly applauded the various numbers on
the excellent programme. Hev. Myles
Mi'llanui, the spiritual director, pre
sltkd. Itecitatlons wore ideveily given by
Thomas Jordan, Nellie t'ounerton and
M. McNully and John Murphy, while
vocal numbers were contributed by
.Mrs. Josephine "Walsh, Mis. Lewis
. Fiey, Miss I.uvello, William A. Ly
nytt and Michael Giiloegly. A piano
linil 111.1 mil illli rllml- ti'tiu imni i II. i.ln.....l
by 3iib& Mursnret Fciihter ami .Miss
CENTURY WHEELMEN COMING.
Bowling Team Will Visit Bicycle
Club Next Saturday.
The strong bowling teum of the Cen
tury Wheelmen's club of Philadelphia
will be tho guests of tin) Scranton HI.
cyclo club Friday and Sty utility of
next week, A bpecial committee has
been appointed liy the club's bowl
ing association to arrange for the en
tertainment of the visitors and the
mutch which will be rolled Friday
Frank Heavers, (ieqrgo Mitchell,
llarry Kays and Dr. Warden are the
members of tho committee. After the
match which will be bowled with the
Hlcyele club's league team a buniruet
will be given', Saturday tho men from
tho Quuker city will bo shown around
DILOHER HAS RETURNED,
Yesterday Entered Ball for Hearing
Before Magistrate Millar.
National Committeeman Fredeilck
Dileher, of the United Mine AVorkeis
of America, has returned to ths city
from Indianapolis, arriving hero yes
terday morning. Ono of his llrnt acta
after leaving tho railway station was
to fippear bcfoio Magistrate v. s. Mil
lar, Dileher theie entered bail for u hear
ing Monday aftornoon at I o'clock on
the charges of criminal libel ami con
spiracy, preferred by Kditor itichaid
Little, of the Hcruutoni.iu.
Lawn di easing at Clark's, ""lU Wash
OP THE LODGE
RESCUE LODGE OF PYTHIANS
Over Two Hundred nnd Fifty Per
sona Were Present In the Audito
rium Lnst Night at the Banquet
with Which tho Birthday of tho
Lodge vVns Observed A. A. Vos
burg Was tho Toastmaotor Those
Who Had Numbers on the Excel
Fully two hundred and llfty persons
sal down In the generous banquet
served last night In tho Auditorium at
North Scranton by Hescile lodgn, No.
;!7I, Knights of Pythias. It was the
third niiuuat banquet and entertain
int. lit given by tho lodge and proved a
great success, every otic present enjoy
ing to tho utmost the feast of music,
song and speech, as well as the feast
taken in its more liberal sense.
In the great ball wore arranged a
large number ot long tables, nnd at the
north end of the room was the connect
ing board at which sat Chairman Ar
mll Thomas, Toastmaslcr A. A. Vos
burg, John II, Williams, of Wilkes
Hane; T. J. tlwynne and others of the
The hall Itself presented a handsome
appearance. The stage was gracefully
draped in the national colors and 'be
hind a mass of palms, ferns and potted
plants was stationed Bauer's orches
tra which throughout the banquet
played a number of selections in most
acceptable style. Masses of billowy
pink, rose-tluted, and varl-colored dra
peries combined in giving the entire
loom a most festive atmosphere.
The committee In charge was deserv
ing of all praise for the manner in
which they attended to every detail
of Hie night. Its members were: Armlt
Thomas, 1 1. J. Richards, W. 10. Morgan,
F. H. Iteese, William Phillips, Thomas
Lewis and Joseph Williams. .
"Rev. It. J. Kcese opened the banquet
by pronouncing invocation and ev
eryone then devoted him or herself to
the very tasty viands served by the
Ladies' Aid society of the Puritan
Shortly before 10 o'clock Chairman
Armlt Thomas arose and In a short
but pithy address introduced ex-City
Solicitor A. A. Vosburg as toastmuster
of the night. The latter declared his
lirm belief In fraternal societies and
expressed the opinion that no man can
by a member of such and observe their
principles and not be a better person.
He also spoke of the benellcial side of
secret societies and the excellent work
done along these lines by the Knights
of Pythias. Ho introduced Mrs. Lizzie
Hughes Brundage, who sang a soprano
solo in her usual clear voice and won
T. J. Gwynne, secretary of the lodge,
was called upon and gave a number of
interesting statistics regarding the
work done. The society is now in its
nineteenth year and during its exist
ence has initiated 28'! members, admit
ted liy card six and reinstated twenty,
a total of "SO!". Eight have withdrawn
and eighteen died; 15 have been sus
pended and one expelled.
The present membership is 130, and
tlie number of weeks sick benellts
paid, 136.1. Two (hundred and twenty
one brothers have been granted relief
'and $t",u'23.14 expended for this purpose.
For burials ?1,40" has been paid and the
working expenses have been SG.340.10,
a grand total of $14,:'6G.'i4. The re
ceipts for nineteen years were .:, 910.01,
and the expenses, $14,;!06.23. leaving a
piesent treasmy of $'l,i43.7".
He was followed by Mrs. D. D. Lew
is, who soprano solo was excellently
sung and warmly appreciated. John
W. Jones was next on the programme
and his line bass voice was heard to
THE LADIES TOASTED.
Toastmaster Vosburg then intro
duced John II. Williams, assistant dis
trict attorney for Luzerne county-.
"Our Ladies" was the subject assigned
tho gentleman from Wllkes-Barre. He
prefaced his remarks by expressing tho
admirdtion be has always felt for
Scranton and congratulated its cltl
bens upon tne transition of tho city
fiom third lo second class.
"I feel abundantly confident," he
declated, "that the subject I speak on
could have been assigned to one more
comptont and experienced in this mat
ter. I assure you I know nothing
about tho ladies, and in fact I never
saw :i man who did.
"Some persons charge them with be
ing talkative and tho nld of a scrip
tural text is chosen to support tho
theory. Ood made the world and rest
ed, He made man and rested, He made
woman, but there is no record of His
bavlng rested after so doing, nor has
there been any rest in the world since
her cteation." Then, abandoning his
jocular strain, he continued:
"Woman was destined to play an
Important part in this world and sarvc
as an Index to tho growth of civiliza
tion. The story of Leuh, tho tender
eyed, and Rachel, tho beautiful, pur
chased by the polygamous Jacob from
their father. Laban, Is a recotd of ths
days when she was regarded as a mere
"Since then In no laud has woman
been so hlgnally respected and hon
ored as In this glorious country of
ours. No country owes more to her
women than does America. Tho wo
men who lett their homes and served
as nurses in tho lato war will ever re
ceive tho home of tho people of otn
country, and this Illustration is only
one instance- of the hand of woman as
shown throughout all our uutlonal his
tory." Ho concluded his speech with a wit
ty anecdote and the toastmaster an
nounced that Mrs. Hrundago would
sing anotlvr song. After tho selection
John ' W, Jones sang again and re
ceived u hearty ovation. The enter
tainment was closed by all present
rising and listening to the singing of
the closing ode, "flood Night," by the
members of the order,
Dlstilct Attorney W. II. Lawls had
been assigned tho toast, "Our Order,"
but was unable to be present. Among
those picscnt were:
THOSE WHO ATTENDED.
"ll. ami Jilt, Thomas, P. Daiiif, Mr, uiui Mrs,
Win. s. 'Hinniaa, Ml. mn 5ii. J, , Kciiiiel,
Mr. unci Mi. liichaul ItocleiiiU, Mi, ami Mil,
Moigan, Mr. and Mr. '('. I. Williams. Mr. and
Mm. Panlel 1". 3oiR9Ti. Mi. ami Mre. James
II, Thciiu, Mr. and Mif. Thorna- Walking, Mi
ami Mid. William Jtichartk, Mr, and Mn. William
rilujrilj, Mr. ami Mr William I,. Thotiia, Mi,
and Mrs.. J,li l.lojil. Mr, ami Mr. Ihomn
Davis. Ml. and Mm. William T. 1'ioiw, Mr.
and Mm. Mhomai TuU-, Mr. and Mi. Juliii
Jciies,, Mr. ami Mi.. I'lnl Phillip., Mr, uml
Mi. Itrrsie 1'iam, Mr. ami Mm. I), liuw, Mr
mul Mm. . J. Om n. Mr. uml Mm. 'Iliunni
J I'taiH. Mr ami .Mm, llanrll Hails, Mr. and
Mrf. Orl-indo StMt, Mr. and Mn. M. 3, Watlclw,
Mn and Mrt. r.turlM Hlcrmrik Sir. nil Mr,
lames JiMiej, Mr. met Sirs. John II. I'lillllF"i
Mr. nnd Mm. p.ivM Daili, Mr. nnd Mm. Thm.
.T, .lnn-:, Mr. ami M'. William 1". .tone, Mf.
nnd Mm. Center I'.irr.i. Mr. and Mr. Setli Smith,
Mr, and Mm. Sldn-y Unlc., Mr. and Mm. Henry
l'.on, Mr, uml Mr. !,rwli Jenkln, Mr. and
Mm. Win. II Slnmx, Mr. aial Mm. William
J'nitti. Mr. mid Mm. "Am. .Icrtiijn, Mr. and Mm.
(leomo W. lioHin, Mr. and Mm. 11. t). bewlt,
Mr. nnd Mm. K. Moman, Mr. and Mm. T.
II. Iltcic, Mr. and Mm. J. B. 0cn, Mr. ml
Mm. I). J. Thonu!, Mr. and Mm. .1. (I. Alin
Vy, Mr. and Mm. ,1. U. Hi-pencil, Mr. and Mm.
O. P. IlidKMa.v, Mr. nnd .Mrs. ttaild W. Uccm-,
Mr. nnd Mm. It. ,f, llee., Mr. nnd Mm. A. A.
Voslnirff, Mr. nnd Mm Armlt Tlionw, Mr. an I
Mm. Prank Hriinda;c, Ml. and Mm. Jwliui
John, Mr, and Mm. Ji.l.n W. Jotire, Mr. and Mrt
l'lnrr Iteese, Mr. and Mm, fliuina .Mm, Mr.
and Mrs. John 1'. Tliomaj, Mr. and Mm. 1hoin.9
P. Tliomai, Mr. and Mm. 11. II. Itllrhlnps. Mr
ni.d Mm. T, N. Ki.iiij, Mc. and Mm. Simeon
J.tmr, Mr. and Mm. M. V. Morris Mr. and
Mm. Isaae 8. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Il.nvl?,
Mr. and Mm. Prank Ilakcr, Mr. and Mm. Kdwaid
fslmpfott, Mr. nnd Mm. Itenjanilii r'laiw, Mr. and
Mm. John II. Mntiun, Mr. and Mm. WlUUm J.
I.iK Mr. and Mm. A. M. I'ariy, Mr. ami Mm.
Sumncl 1'iain, Mr. and Mm. John v. Owen,
Ml. and Jlu. I.iiIp Wlillr-, Sir. nnd Mrn. Wil
liam J. 'J limii.i-, Mr. and Mm. William M. M'l
pan. Mm. Mills. Mm. Ailliur Uulw. Mm. Thoniai
W. Thomas, Mm, K. I", Smith, Mm. A. l'mM,
Mm. It. I.els, Mm. ifllmrielh tl. Jfltncji. Mm.
II. S, June.-i. Mm. i:. I.tojd, Mm. I. DaMes,
Mm. M. J. 11:1113.
Mlwes Mny Met'ullocli, Clmrlollc Citiwardlnf,
Jlarirarrt Morgan, llatth; Mojd, lllicilictli Urn,
I Hen Jones, Mary l'duai-ds, Cora n. While,
Hannah Jlorsan, Mary t;. Powell, Jessie Jone,
It'er. Zltmncnmn, Matiruret William'!, llnltli!
Jctie", Annie Iteese, Annie McDonoiigli, I'ora
Daiii, Deatilco Andrcns, I'llzalieth Mo.ul, MIm
I, I.it, I iraee Miller, Catherine Jenkins, Itachol
!toe?c, May Ulll, Anna lianicm, Mzzle l),ivl,,
Mary Morpan"., Antoinette White, Edjll' Kvan,
Klthei- TohcII, Nornu Williams, Marlam I.
livens, Lottie, Motris, J'lizalietli J, Ejns, Annie
Jamc, of 01 plmn' : l'tlitti J. TliotnTi, Marpatel
Jf. Junes, Maiy Watkiii", Itachel 'lowlands, Min
nie White, Jlary Hughes and Kia liimcn.
W. S. HuRlie, Willlim llaker, Dm Id l!l?li
nnU, liichaul S. Amrotl, Tiaild Jones, Pldnjy
Chnpiiell, Tl.om.u J. Thomas, John K. Jon.
Itiifm (.'. White, William T. Ilengltis, Aieii
Jrhntton, Oeorsc K. DaiiAj. Daitd W. I.lo.n!,
Alfred f'anvaidltie, Jamea Williams, Kohert lal
naitli, Daniel Caiwaidlne, John Jcnkln, William
I, "avis, J. K. KirlianN, l)aid Wntklns, Wil
Hum nowen, Kdcvard l'.vans, Daniel Tliomas,
John Itiehardson, John A. I'viina, Dai id t'abriel,
David A. .Tom a, GenrRc Williams, William X.
Kians, nlcliaril lenklm', John II. Williams of
WllkrvlJarre; T. J. flH.inne, J. Timothy fcal
wardo.W. D. Christmas, Joseph Willlanis, Thomas
Uwls William Phillips William I. Jones, Th.n.
II Oner.i, On A Kec-e, 1). II. Robertson. Wil
Ham Boccen, l)jld J. Kians, Evan It. Jtorrls.
A social followed the banquet, 'danc
ing being continued Into the early
Hard Silk Workers of Sauquoit Mill
Will Not Consider Proposal Made
Through Bishop Hoban.
A special meeting of the employes of
the bard silk department, of the Sau
quoit mill was held yesterday after
noon to consider tho offer made by
Superintendent Davis, through the Ht.
Itev. Bishop. M. J. Hoban, whose posi
tion in tbe matter was exclusively an
nounced in yesterday's Tribune. The
pioposal was refused. It provided for
tho S-ll per cent, increase to the hard
silk girls and a number of Important
A half-holiday on Saturday would be
allowed during the four summer
months, with full pay; foreladles would
be allowed to grant the girls permis
sion to leave on sick absence.; no dis
crimination would be employed against
those active in the strike, and chairs
would bo provided for the employes to
ut-e during tlie lunch hour.
An increase of one-half cent per j-ard
is offered all the weavers, and permis
sion granted them to have their silk
measured. Superintendent Davis, in
making this offer, represents all the
mill owners, with the exception of the
Simpson and Mulherln & Judge mills.
At the Simpson mill at Alinooka a peti
tion has already been presented to the
superintendent, signed by ttfty-seven
girls willing' to return to work, and a
settlement appears near. Meetings
have been called for strikers of tbe
different mills, to be held today and
dmlng tbe early part of the week, to
act on the owners' proposition.
TO REASSIGN OFFICES.
Diagram of Federal Building Sent
Architect Harvey Blackwood was
busied about the government building
yesterday, proparing a. rough digram
of the structure." This will be sent to
the supervising architect at Washing
ton. n order was received at tlie
postofllce Thursday from the oflleo of
the secretary of the treasury depart
ment, aiklug for a diagram shuwiug
tbe location of all the looms in tho
building, their numbers, occupants,
When ihe plans are iccelvcil at
Washington they will be used by the
secretary of the treasury, who has
charge of all the public buildings in
the country. In making the reassign
ment of oftlces necessitated by the now
Federal court district, which has Its
Tho diagram for reserved seats for
Miss Ethel Newcomb's concert Is open
, today at ; Powell's Music Store. Tho
concert idkes place April ".'li.
Com sen's Java and Mocha
Coffee, 10 cents today.
Seeds of -all kinds at Clink's, '.'01
New Seaside House
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OPSN THROUGHOUT THE VEAR,
All modem laiiicuieniis, iuUuillnir clcUiie liijliliii;, hot aii'l cul.l salt water luilis m iuml-o.
rooii-.s ciL-ulte ullli bathi, ticoli and tail. Klc.iloi.s iiiuniiij; I') Uirl ul bticit I'uuinl walk In
the ocean, nitli liratcd tuii (larlon. AcooiiimoiJatlcn tcr ;. ijiicsli Piiiilcjio ol coif lltiL,
etc. Look fm coach uliicli nicctj all ttalui.
OH AS, EVANS & SON,
ARRANGING; FOR THE BIO MILI
An Effort to Bo Made to Have Gen
eral Miles and Vlco "President
Roosevelt Attend tho Ball Com
pany A to Elect a Captain to Suc
eced Thomns E. Oilman, Resigned.
Discussion Over the Question of
Whero the Next Camp Will Bo
The conunltten In charge will leave
nothing undone to make the opening of
tho new armory one of tho most mem
orablo military ovrutH of a social na
ture In the history of the state. In
vitations wilt bo extended to ovcry
notable of Pennsylvania, and special
efforts aro being made to secure the
attendance of Vice President Theodore
Roosevelt and General Nelson A. Miles.
A special committee consisting of
Hon. AVIIIIam Connell, Colonel L. A.
Wutres and Major Kverett Warren
has been appointed to personally In
vite General Miles and Vice Picsldenl
Hoosuvelt, and It Is likely that they
will attend to the matter during the
early part of next week. Tin- vice
president will be visited at Oyster Pay,
and General Miles at Washington. 'Plie
ex-Uough Rider's enthusiasm as a na
tional guardsman Is well known and
tho committee therefore are fairly cou
iident that they will succeed In ob
taining his presence.
Among others who will be invited
aio GovernoY Stone, General Miller,
commnnder of tho state guard, nnd
General J. P. Gobln. The otllcers of
the Ninth regiment at AVIlkes-Barre
will be among those to whom invita
tions are sent, and it Is very likely
that their excellent band will join
with the Thirteenth's crack musical
organization In furnishing the night's
music. The date for the ball will prob
ably be either June 4 or 6.
An election bus been ordered for
Company A of the Thirteenth regiment
to take place Monday night, April 29.
Major Prank Robllng will be in charge
of the meetlng.wbich Is for the purpose
of choosing a captain to take the place
of Thomas 13. Gllmau, resigned. First
Lieutenant Daly, who is in tho natural
line of promotion, has declared that he
will not be a candidate for tlie position,
which leaves Second Lieutenant George
IKuss as the only Richmond In the field.
The latter's election is practically as
sured, and If he accepts the place he
will enjoy the distinction of being tho
youngest captain In tlie regiment and
in the stale, having only recently at
tained liis majority.
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Much dlscusison is being held among
the members of the Thirteenth these
days over the place of camp this sum
mer. It is tbe year for brigade en
campment and there lias been a good
deal of talk about Buffalo as the pos
sible site. Nothing definite has been
announced as yet, but It Is generally
conceded that Ml. Gretna is more like
ly to be once again the place of camp
than Is tlie scene of tin- Pan-Amr-il-can.
If left to a popular vote tlie regi
ment would go to Buffalo.
Major W. S. Millar, assistant adjut
ant general of tlie Third brigade, has
completed his inspections of tho Ninth
regiment. As will be remembered Ma
jor Millar was recently advanced to
his position, and was succeeded by Ma
jor Clark, as inspector. Permission
was granted him, however, to con
duct the spring- Inspections of tho
Ninth and Thirteenth. The locai com
panies will not be examined until after
the opening of the new nrinory but the
out of city companies will be put
through their paces within tlie next
The bionze soldier which lias bei-n
standing guard over the armory build
ing almost since its erection, will be
removed from its present position and
given a place of honor at tlie new ar
mory. The metal sentinel will bo
placed directly over the Myrtle street
entrance. The statute was presented
to the regiment by Colonel E. 11. nip
ple." Tlie trustees of tho aimory have
ordered the bronze tablet which is to
be properly inscribed and placed in tlic
4 ft rt
A bill is pending in the house of icp
resentatlves which is of interest to
every national guardsman. It provides
for tho erection and pun-huso of ar
mories for the guard, and local mili
tary authorities welcome the move
ment as an Initiatory step in tbe right
Organs for Sale Cheap.
You can buy a good second hand Or
gan aa low as $10.00 at Guernsey Hull,
.1. W. Guernsey. Plop., all AVashiug.
ton avenue, r"cranton, Pa.
Expert Piano Tuning.
Pianos thoroughly tuned, regulated
and repaired by 11, K. Kerbc, ,riU7 Pres
Try the New 5c. Cigar (,Kleon."
Guaranteed lung Havana llllor.
Ask for Kelly's union crackers.
Atantic City, V. J.
WITH UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW.
- 'r5W,lp - iS
i iu iiiuiiuniam is on mc Doiiom oi every
piece of geiniinc Rookwood.
Is Not Expensive
compared with other Art Pottery. The perfection to which this
beautiful ware lias nttn hied has only been accompliBhod bv
long experiments, involving largo expenditure of timo and
money. Thero are nlwayB benutiful pieooa ns low a $2, $3 and
$0, nnd so on up to !?15, ?20 nnd i?!20, if you wish, at
Geo. V. Millar &
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U, i Gentlemen :
. In our Korrect Shape Shoes you
get $5 worth of wear, $5 worth of
style and $100 worth of comfort
all for 4.00 only $4.00.
Ask to see our Oxfords.
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III N TRADE MARK Vf K
Jl Home Industry
M Has Produced the
190 1 Models are ready
0 get a 365 days' guarantee on Scranton Bicycles. 0
1 Bitten bender & Co. J
0 126 and 128 Franklin Avenue. 5
Title Guaranty and Trust Co.
No. 516 Spruce Street, Scranton, Penna.
Cnpitnl, Full Paid
BOARD OP DIRECTORS.
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wii.UA.Mr. uaixmi.aii. APiiAM Nii:nr, i:nui:n' w.xBiiEN.
joiiv i:i.u iioi.i.u.MUXK, .iom:i'U irmtiKN, -miomash. watki.ns,
O S. .lOIIShO.V. Al'Ufar JiOIIINSO.V, li. A. wwim.-;.
lill.VIlY A. K.VAl'l',
Abram Nesbitt, William F. Hallstead,
Thomas H. Watklns, O. S. Johnson
A limited number of 5 per cent, thirty-year Gold Coupon
Bonds of the Spring Brook Water Supply Company are
offered subject to prior sale.
These bonds are recommended to the public as a safo
and conservative investment.
L. A. Watres
Andrew H. TlcClintock
Henry A. Knapp
Ralph S. Hull .
A Bicycle Bargain Sale
At the Opening of the Season
Wo have placed I'll 'TY l'lUST-CLASS 1S.
(,VC,i;S on Mile at prices les-i than actual
eiM to iHt The assortment in u varieJ one
all iitaiulard makes, and Includes Lidic',
(ieutleiueuSaiul Children' Models,
This is tlu lirat time standard liicycles
have iVcu oR'eied at reduced prices in
Scranton at the opening of the bca-jon,
J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO.
312-314 Lackawanna Avenue.
Co. S&kSS' I
usv. jt f
for your approval. You
& Knapp, Solicitors.
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