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THE SClt ANTON TKIBUNE-TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1901.
BUSINESS DONE QUICKLY.
Select nml Common Councils Hold
liotli council?- mot last ovetilim l
their rooms In Hie city bitlldliu,'. Two
ordinances and several resolutions were
disposed of In select council nnd imich
now business wus done In the common
M'lie select council whs called to order
nt S o'clock by President l-'lotoher. All
wens then present Imt Miinnlou, who
en me In luter.
Smx-iuI- ri.'oliitlons were received
from i-i nnr.mi council. Thcfe were
concurred In: KinpoworlilK the city
I'lnrk to lift v .j city lint printed for the
niiu of th- momlora; to have city engi
neer to .llon a Mr. Cox to rent the
i-lly toii i i-ufdier for $S a weelt. the
machine to hr rct'trned In Rood condi
tion, vlvn M ' mitrnct explr?.
A resolution from the common coun
i II prrtvlilUift th.u the city etijtliicor be
Instructed to pi'-i'iire a map at once
nt the c.t.' snret.-. In order tu Install
i! niunMwl water plant, stirred up
riiilto a lid', fiii-i. President Hotelier
referred iN resolution to the commit
ii' mi mii:"!., bridges and sewers,
wheti.Mr. .Mannlon nmde his cnUance.
tie Inquired th nature of the last
I'liilue.'x dune and then, on belm? iti
formiMl, moved to have tne rules slis
pi"idi.J and the committee report forth
wih. Mr. Thompson wanted to Know
wfcet Mr. Mannl'in's object was In
.iittiu to -usp Mid the rules. Mr.
'Mioiiiproii pointed out that it would
! lii'twecu St.'.MiO and $,U'i i to survey
in.- -t rents and prepare map in nc-i-.tidiinii-
with the r-soliitlon, and he
lid tint thluU rbi-iv should he a hurry
about ihls matter. "Wo don't want to
ko :.t this and lmv no nuiuey to pay
tor it," In- coiieluded.
Ml. Munition called attention tu the
''(tut demand of tin Central Labor
.don that thi! councils tal:e lintiiedi
ate action un the water question and
also to the fact that the poor people
of this city demanded cheaper water.
He was reminded by President. Kleteh
', that the water intention was not un
i'.t I'niiMld 'ration, A vote was then
t.ilum on Mr. Mannlon's motion to stis
peud tile rules, and it was lost.
Kilo No. :;, an ordinance providing
for the tllxln? of the 5:alaries of tli3
members of th1 liollce department,
passed second ruadint;, and on motion
of Munition ii was ordered to final
reading and adopted.
File Xo. 1, providing for a license:
tax on all poles and wires maintained
by any firm or corporation in the
public streets, llxlnjr a license of HO
cents a year un each pole and pro
viding a penalty of $1 on each pole If
not paid by July 1 of each year, took
the same eonrse, being carried unani
mously. A communication frum Mayor Kll
patrlck was then road. Ills honor pre
sented fie names of Michael Gilroy
for Inspector of Sewer on Hospital
street, and J. J. MeAudrew for chief
of the tire department. .Mr. Mannlon
moved that the cuinniltte? report forth
with. The motion prevailed and the
committee reported favorably on the.
nomination of Mr. Gilroy and recom
mended continuation. Mr. Mannlon
insisted en ti report in regard to the
other name, but tin- committee decided
to allow it to take the regular course.
An ordinance was introduced by
President Fletcher, providing for a site
for the new library. Its provisions
were that the building be called the
Andivw I'aruegie Memorial library;
providing' for an appropriation to
maintain it: the library to In. un the
Municipal building lot, fronting on
Sixth avenue, and between the Lack
awanna river and the city building.
This wa:, refericd to the building com
mitter. A resolution by Mr. Thompson that
t' city clerk be authorized to em
ploy arslstants to compile the tax du
plicates at a cos' not'i to exceed ?25.
A peflil'n was received from eiti
yuis on How-nth avenue, praying for
tlv- construction of a sewer on High
ctroet d, Seventh avenue. This was
referred to the proper committee. A
"imniunle.itlon from J. W.Jones, pstl
t inning for exoneration of taxes levied
on a stiver linpiovenient on Terrace
street, took the same eourso. A rc
iiulMtion from Columbia Hose company
for st.ii;!- supplies was qraiiterl.
At '.' o'elmk the round! was ad-jouriu-l.
The Shadow Which Darkens the Brh-'itncss of Every
Life Is the Conviction by Comparison Whereby
Today !s Found Wanting the Strength--the
Energythe Activity of One Year Ago.
The man or woman of today who
utilizes that ujhumts are creeping In
on theln-tlutt '. they cannot do what
thoy. used tiV 'do that, something Is
waiting tu bring them up t,o the stand
ard of health formally enjoyed unds
the Bi'wutost benetlt from Dr. A. AV.
i .Ruse's Nerve Pills Iho proof thut
proves-this' Is' In tlie ovhknca of homo
people, Thousands right hero in
jciHiUoii t'll the story that emphasizes
tht'lr merit lor overcoming the follow
Throbbing, palpitating heart; sleep
less nights; sudden startlngs; nurn
Ing laneuor; brain fag; Inability to
work or think; exhaustion on exertion;
imaging appetite; digestion alow; food
heavy; easily o,rted, nervous;
slicngth tails; trembling hands and
limbs ; loss of ilesh; loss of mmscular
luwet; Irritable, despondent,
Mtsf. James Watson, of Xo. 315
Twelfth etreot, Kcrunton, IM says'
"Dr. A- W. Chuss's Nervo Pills a o
line. I began to uso them for neivoua
i-lck headaches and nervousness and
luic .Sfrcat success In Mopping them
i'o:u'piL-tely. Uc-eently l used them to
overcome the depression and weuknesi
following Ki'lp and tlicy wcr again
successful, giving me bodily Hrsngth
and nyrve bteudlnes.s. As nn all loiunl
nervo und general tonic they are .-rund
and l cm very much pleased that in
attention was called to them througn
Matthews Urothers, corner Washing
ton end Lackawanna avenues.
The fume i.f Dr. A. W. Chuse, tho
author of 1'Jr. tlmJ' Ucclpe Hook and
Common council was called in ruder
at S.lfi, with President Collins, PiIrII
ano, Loftiif, Thompson, Whitfield. W.
If. Musters, .1. Musters; and Kvnns pres
ent. The tax levy ordlniince missed
Until reiullntr. The appropriation ordi
nance, providing' lor the expenditures
of the city for the coming year, nlsn
passed the last rat dine. These two
hills have now passed both branches,
The ordinance providing for n license
tax, which was Introduced In old coun
cils, mid riled there, was resurrected
and was referred to the license com
mittee. Another ordinance, providing for u
tax on transient dealers doing busi
ness In town, was revived nntl was tc
ferred to the same committee.
At S.fi," common council adjourned.
WILL MEET IN DUNMOKE.
The Women's Foreign Missionary
Society of the Honcfidnlc Dis
trict. The eighth annual meeting of Urn
Women's Foreign Missionary society of
the Honcsdale district will lie called
to order litis morning at the Metho
dist episcopal church In Dunniore. The
ollicers of this society are: Mis. M. I.
Meaker, Carbondalo, district president:
tecordlng r-ecretnry. Mrs. Juntos Johns:
conference secretary, Miss F.inny J.
rtparkes: district secretary. Mrs. H l.
Long. The progi amine of the meet
MOILVIXii SKPSION. In.nn.
Pevotlon, Mrs. !'. L. HtPj)licn.
t'liretlngs, Itev. ('. A. Xewlng, pastor;
Ill's, Jacoli Vosl. auxiliary, im-sl-delit.
I .Mrs. J. Aiiimer'niaii. i 'ai'bondale.
Minutes of last meeting, Mrs. .1. Julius.
1 Report of treasurer.
! lieports of auxiliaries and bands
Appointment of committees.
1 Kepi rt of district seeretary.
' rnl'iiished business.
'Women's Foreign Missionary in
tlie Last Cjiitury."
"Outlook for the Coming Century,"
Mrs, Walter F. Xye, Carbondalo
AFTKKXOO.V SICrfSlOX, 'J P. M.
Devotions, Mrs. K. F. Keller.
Select reading. Miss Anna Long.
"The Value of the Woman's For
eign Missionary Society."
1. "To the Home Church,"
Mrs. C. M. Scigle
2. "To the Foreign Field."
".. "To the Individual,"
M.rs. James lHlsh
Oiien rliscttsslun. led by Mrs. A. I
Chaffee, Carbondale: Miss Sparkes,
Jliss Croueher iin-l Mrs. Plerc
.-'olo. Miss Kuby Yost.
Open patliamenl: (.'uestions an
swored. Miss Fanny .L, Sparkf-s,
i unference teerotary.
Ujvutions, Miss tjpnrkes.
:-ole. Miss Helen I'owell.
Select reading, "For Love's Sake,"
Mrs. V.. A. Clarke
Tiii.. Mrs. M. U. Abbey, Miss T-'adie
Miller, Miss Lulu Foster, all of
Address, "Ti.n Tsin," Miss Miranda
Crouelur, of Tstm Una, China,
riolo, MIjjs May Kilpatriek, of Car
bondalo. Frepsiinrj to Celebrate.
The St. Aloysiiisi .society at. its nuet
ing on Sunday afternoon discussed tin
coming semi-centennial celebration und
the members evlneed a lively interest
in the event. A delegate to the semi
centennial association will be elected
at the next meeting, Charles Sea-
mans has been elected by the P. O.
S. of A, as a dip-gate in tlie place ot
i'. H. Keenoy, removed from the city.
The other netelieK vhieh .'ire not reo-
i resented In the list of delegates should
' appoint them at once, as active work
I in preparing for the demonstration has
been entered upan and is to bo pushed
The Cottage Fair.
The Cottage Hose company continued
their fair over into this week last even
ing. The usual features of a good pro
gramme of songs and recitations, pil
lowed by dancing, prevailed. The fair
will be In full progress tonight and Sat
urday night. The latter evening will
witness the closing of the fair and the
drawing for the Jpuj in gold and the lea
lhninont Physician not only extends
from the Atlantic to the Paclile, but
all over the civilised world. Tito great
uiccBcs nf his pier-aratlon. Dr. A. V.
Chase's Nerve Puis, has tempted tip.
1 iiiiMTupulous to prolit by using rl slmi.
lar uauiu calculated to mlsUad tlm
, ptibllc Into believing tlicy cru the pivp-
i aiatlons of tlie original Dr. A. V.
' chase. Tlu-re Is on..- protection agaln-si
thin decentirin thev dare not mo ih,
Iniilals A. W; portrait and tlgnuture
which always appear on ths genuine.
The following if tho shape and design
which imitator dare not usj- "Chaso''
appearing without the initials A. W.
should bit Ignoted as Ih.vIiir no con.
necllon with the famous and original
Dr. A. w. ch.ic.
': . is j,
IT A. W. I'liuse's Nervi nils. :fl
uhtb a. box i.t dnitfsisis 01 Dr. A, W.
Chasrc Jlcllcii.e Co., Unffalo, N. T.
rJItcr'SS'ftA'.v'l tJi &!aj,ij
eivV-k - "
J : OLD, 0423
PASSED AWAY WHILE ASLEEP.
Leonard Outrnni, n Visitor Hero, Ex
pired Yesterday Morning.
Leonard nulrani. :i member of tho U.
II. Hothern company, and a brothnr-ln-law
of Oeotgo and James Paul, of IIiIh
city, died early yeslorday niornliig nl
their Inline on Terrace street, where In1
was a utter t. urgunle disease of the
In-art una the cause of dentil.
LMttram was a member of tho
othet'ii company, which pro-
"Hunilet" 111 Hcrimlon last Sat
nlRht. After the play. Mr.
Otilraiu eame to this city to spend
Sunday and yesterday as the guest of
James Paul, on Terrace street. He
had Just recovered front a severe ill
tat It of grip and was not feeling well
when ho retired Saturday night. On
.Sunday he made K'-vetal calls on
friends of the Messrs. Paul, and re
tired between U.St) and 10 o'clock. Ilc
totv going to his loom he complained
of having rheumatic palna In tho chest
and arms, and r-ald he hoped tin wasn't,
going to have the grip again. His
hosts and he had made plans for a.
pleasant day of sightseeing yesterday,
including a drive to Farvlew. lie ex
pected tu then go to Vllkes-I3arre and
rejoin his company, which played In
tint city last night.
Shortly before 8 o'clock yesterday
morning. J imes Patti, who occupied on
ad.'olnlng room, knocked at the door
of Mr. Outraiu's room, lie received
no r-ply and thinking his guest was
sleeping too soundly to be awjkened
1 rapping he opened the door, which
was unlocked, and went in. Mr. Ou
liain was In the bed and appeared to
be iptietly sleeping. .Mr. Paul ad
vanced to the hodal.le. and was about
(' lay hlK hand upon him when In
perceived that his mouth was open and
that life wa apparently extinct. Tlie
body was cold In sonu- parts and warm
in others, and Mr. Paul felt for a pulse
and heart beat. Finding none, he
called over the phone to the residences
of half a dozen physicians. Dr. Har
per was the llrst one who responded.
He immediately pronounced it a case
of heart disease, brought on through
the effect s ot grip. He said the man
could not ' have been dead an hour.
When Mi. Paul discovered the body
it lay ii, an attitude of repose, with
hands clasped acrosM the cle--st and a
peaceful look on his face. The cloth
ing of the bed was smooth and un
ruffled, am', there was every evidence
that his end had come during sleep,
and that be had buffered no pain.
Mr. Outram was bom in London,
Kiiglaml. lie was Pt ars of ag-. Ho
came to tli's country lifteen years ago.
On Oct. .' inO'J, he was married to
Miss Knnna Kipley Paul, daugh'er of
.Mr. and Mrs. "W. U, S. Paul, formerly
of this city. His wif died in Albany
live weeks ago yeslorday. He is sur
vived by a son. Loo, attending coIIotc
in Loudon, and ,i brother, also residing
In London, England. Cablegrams
have been sent to them.
Mr. Outram has played in Etml'ind
in tlie companies of Henry Irving,
Wilson li.irrctt. Edward Terry, Sir
Augustus Harris. In thin 'country he
plaved in many leading companies. He
v.as with ulga Nethersole in the sea
mns of Pit's and ISO:), but for the past
season has been pitying tlm king In
Sothern's Hamlet" and also a leading
1 art in "Camlllo." Until her death,
Mrs. Outram was also a nn mber of tho
Sothern company, Hf. Was a member
of several theatrlca I clubs In Xcw
Yoik and London.
Dr. Harper yester lay outlined the
facts of tlK- death to Coruuei Roberts
over tin. tih-phone, saying that there
v.as no circumstances that could lead
to the suspicion of .suicide, and tlm
conmer gave him permission to certify
to the cause of death. Later in tho
day the local police officers interro
gated the Paul brothers and the doc
tor, before Alderman Jones, as a mut
ter of form, and heard their state
ments. The utlleers expressed tliem
celves as satisfied with tho statement.-!
and arrangements to remove the body
were then made.
The Paul brothers are now await
ing answers to their cablegrams, not
knowing whether to forward tho body
to England or to lay it beside their
sister's remains in Albany.
The Body of Albert C. Kays Viewed
and Witnesses Testify.
The details of the death of Albert C.
Kays, who riled from strangulation at
the Arlington House on Sunday oven
ing, as related In yesterday's Tribune,
were gone into by Alderman Jones and
a jury yesterday afternoon, in tho ab
sence of Coroner J, J. Huberts, and a
Tho jurors were James T. McAndrew,
Patrick Cardeti, II, p. Wills. Edward
Healoy, K. J. Hyrncs and K. J. Neary.
The witnesses were W. D. Howard, the
proprietor of the Arlington hotel; Mrs,
Angella Howard, his wife; Lillian Cod
dlugton and Thomas Martin, employes
at tho hotel. The jury hud bten cm
paiinelid on Monday night und about
11 o'clock went to the hotel, viewed tho
body, and the itnjuest was then post
poned until yesterday afternoon to
await the arrival of the coroner. Tho
testimony elicited from tho four wit
nesses was substantially ns follows;
Mr. Kays had been in this city the
greater part of last week, making col
lections, the company ho represented,
tho United States Casualty company,
havins' a largo number of policy hold
ers in tlil vicinity. He tlrst went tu
the Arlington hotel on Wednesday,
where he bad dinner and then went
away, returning un Friday night,
spending the night there, On Sunday
In- alu breakfast, hut wont away for
the day and did not cuiue back until
about i o'clock. At about U.IIO Thomas
Martin went up to Kay,' room and
told him to coiuo down to supper. Ho
was .served by Mrs. Howard and Miss
Coddlnutou, and then they went Into
another loom to get their own incut.
Mrs. Howard thought she lu-ard u
peculiar uoisu In the dining room and
went in to investigate. She saw him
Just leaving the dining room, gasping,
and making an effort to tuko some
thing from his mouth, Miss Codding
ton wutched hlni go up the stairs until
hr reached the t-ecoml step of tlie sec,
und (light, when ho fell ocr backward.
Slit- screamed, and Martin and How
ard ran up the stairs. Martin got there
Ill's I and saw immediately that he was
stranglin.'S. lie Inserted his middle
linger into Kays' mouth and took out
a small piece of meal. lie apuin pu(
his linger in and this time got a much
larger piece fiom the windpipe, lie
then looked in Kajs and savi that he
was colled and nrrlved In nboUt twenty
minutes. He pronounced Hint tho man
Air. Kays wore raise teeth, both
Upper and lower. When ho went, to
supper Sunday night ho did not havo
his teeth In his mouth. They were In
an upper vest pnekct. The pieces of
meat removed from his throat and
mouth were large morsels, one of them
being over two Inched long. None of
tho meal showed it sign of having boon
niiiHtlonlod. Mr. Kays evidently tiled
to swallow them without chewing,
owing to his leeth not being In his
The Jury brought In the following
verdict; "We, tins undersigned Jurors,
find that Albert r Knjs came to his
death from accidental choking on a
plcco of meat, while he wits nt tempt
ing to swallow the mime. And so the
Jurors aforesaid do say that the- said
Albert C. Kays, In the said manner, by
accident and by misfortune, camo to
his death, and not otherwise."
Undertaker Mcllale laid the remains
out. and early yesterday morning a
Seranton undertaker conveyed tho body
to that city.
A "HOLY NAME" SOCIETY.
A Strong Branch Organized nt St.
Rose Sunday Night.
A meeting of the men of St. ITose'n
parish was held Sunday evening in tho
basement, of the church for the pur
pose of organizing a Holy Name so
ciety. There were several hundred
men in attendance, and the prelltnl
naiy steps for forming the organiza
tion were taken. The probabilities are
that at tin.- next meeting the mem
bership will bo increased so that tho
society will be the largest In the dio
cese. Two hundred and sixty-four men en
rolled In tho society and the follow
ing temporary ollicers wore elected:
Chairman, P. F. Carroll; secretary,
Grorgo Kecne; Measurer, Edward
Tho meeting was addressed by Very
Itev. Father Coney, pastor of the
fliurch, and by Father Lynott, of Jer
niyii, who has had considerable ex
perience in the work of thi.? order.
The objects of the Holy Name so
ciety are tho most noble. The mem
bers pledge themselves to c'eavor to
refrain from blasphemy, the uso ot
obscene language and other habits en
dangering to their mural welfare. It
is purely u society for tlie uplifting of
the male members of the parish.
MINERS WENT OUT.
Seventy-five Quit Work, but Will Re
turn Thte Morning.
Seventy-live miners 'employed by tho
Black Diamond Coal company quit
work yesterday morning because of
discontent over their pay. National
Committeeman Henry Collins, who has
jtisL returned from Harriaburg. was
called upon by the strikers to adjust
the trouble. Ho secured a promisi
from the company that they would
receive a committee of tlie men and
with that understanding he. persuaded
the miners to consent tu resume work
this morning ponding the conference.
The cause of the trouble seems to
bo in tho irregularity of the pay. The
company is supposed to pay semi
monthly, but the men claim that, they
have to wait several days each fort
night for their wages. Tlicy also de
mand a re-adjustment of the wage
scale. There were about seventy-tlvf
boys idle in addition to the strikers
yesterday on account of the tie-up.
The men are all members of ths Uni
ted Mine Workers, but belong to dif
ferent locals. Last night all the em
ployes of the Slack Diamond were con
solidated into one local.
THE BISHOP TO BE HERE.
He Will Administer the Rite of Con
firmation to a Large Class.
On Wednesday evening. May 15, tho
holy rite of confirmation or laying on
of the bands will be celebrated at
Trinity Episcopal church. Right Rev.
Ethelbort Talbot, bishop of the diocese
of central Pennsylvania, will perform
the oillce and deliver the sacramental
Rev. n. A. Sawyer, the rector of
Trinity, will this week organize two
classes to lecelvr- the sacrament. Tho
children who desire to become mem
bers of the church ho will moot and
instruct on Tuesday und Friday of tills
week at -l.:!!) In the afternoon at the
parish house. Ho will maet the adults
on those evenings. Tho confirmation
class will bo a largo one.
Library Plans on View,
The plans for the Carnegie library
now being erected in East Orange, N.
J., are on exhibition in the window
of th? furniture story of G, w. Berry,
on North Main street. They were sent
on here as a sample by a firm of New
Yorks architects who would like to
erect the Carbondale library building.
The plans show a high basement, and
b3sldes the heating and janitor's rooms
the basement contains a. largo audi
torium, which Is used for lectures, etc.
Tho upper rooms provide for the li
brary, reading room and reference
Tho New Band.
Tho now band of tho Patriotic Or
der Sons of America is making excel
lent progress and it expects to he In
line at the semi-centennial eei.-bra.
The liny. A. F Chuffeo started yes
terday morning on a three days' fish
ing trip around the Moosic mountains.
Ha will make Moscow his headquar
ters while away from this city.
Those fiom this city who were prlao
winners in the puzzle contest conduct
ed by tho Grand Union Tea company,
are J. J, Murrln and n. Q. .Meakor,
At the Opera House.
Saturday"Way Down East,"
Sister St. John Dies In Kansas.
Word was received in this city yes
terday inorniut; of the death on .Sun-
'day at Wichita, Kansas, of Sister St-
jonn, lorincriy .Miss Annie Durkc. No
details of the circumstances surround
ing her demise t.u)l bo learned at this
Deceased was tlie daughter of lite
lute James llttikc, and van bain in this
city. She wan forty-five yc.ir.s of age.
TH'S WLL INTEREST MJTHERS
Muthrr ;ijVs Micct IVttJcM for Lhiklrcn. sei
ua.lully ii.f'l t'.v Metlu-r Guy, K-r jcir a nu,c
in thu ililldicn'e Hume in New Ycik, l.uro I'V
uibhiKis., lljil Mouuili, Tivlhliiic lli.iiril.'u
,'oic mid rrcuutc tlie U vc'a nnd Uc liyy ttoim'
Tii-y Ji "J plcjsaiit tu thu tjttc -ind lumdrtj
.c inllK. I hlMrcn lll-t tlnni. Oicr 10,000 tc,t.
in- lit.ila of iuir. Thov nviu il. oM l.y
.ill 'Iiiii;.!-!?. vii. Ali igijj.v. Siiuplt rin.1
AillC Mini . Olm-t-Hl, l. Itoj, ,Y .
CDCH Nocharcoforl'alnlesH Extract- CDCC-
T V 1 J II1ML,II (j(ltllIIVV " " J 1-11 r in 1 tin twiit H
Tlm fact (hat this Is un Incorporated Company doing bthi-
ucss under tho laws nl'tlii-r State, ami oiicr.ulug a sv.-tltitu of O
20 olllct's, Is 11 sufficient. K lunuitee of our responsibility utiii 5-
(lint wo I).) Kxicily a
' nays, in to ).
I The White
dtiys, in to ).
About thirteen years ago she. took the
vows and entered a convent atWIchlta.
About three years nt?o she camo baik
to Carbondale on account of the death
of her mother and spent sovi-ral weeks
Sister St. John ic- survived by three
brothers und three sisters, all of this
city. They arc: James, K. H. M'. and
Lawrence, Misses Cella and Mary
Burlte and Mrs. James Collins. In the
same convent In which Sister St. John
was located are her niece, Sister Mar
tina, formerly Miss Kate Burke, of this
city, and Sister Pe Sales, formerly MI3S
Mary Barbour, also of this nlty.
.Inme.-i Burke and Miss Mary Burke
left yi-sterday for Wichita.
A Kidnapping' Case.
Alderman Jones had for his consider
ation last evening u ease which ap
pears at llrst blush to be a very seii
ous one. Thomas Nelson laid an Infor
mation and secured a warrant for the
arrest of his uncle, Henry Nelson,
charging him with forcibly taking from
the custody of said Thonius two young
boys, who are the adopted children of
John Nelson, Thomas' father.
The boys were adopted from a home
in Now York and had been with John
Nelson three years. Henry said ho was
going to take them to their aunt, Mrs.
Delia Walsh, In New York, where they
would be given a. good home, religious
training and an education, all of which,
he alleged, they now lack. He bad a
letter from Mrs. AValsh, authorizint,
him to do so.
The alderman advit-ed the undo and
nephew to go to Si-ranton today to roti
fer with tho boy's fotcr father and
abide by his decision as to what he
wanted done win the lads. They finally
agreed to take this eonrse, and the ease
Temperance Society Notes.
Uavld L. Walsh and Kdward Dough
erty were elected delegates to tho
diocesan convention of the Catholic
Total Abstinence union, which is to be
held in Seranton next mouth, Sunday
afternoon. They will lepreseut the
Knights of Father Mathew In tho con
vention. The new St. Aloyslus Tem
perance und Bencflelal society held a
meeting Sunday afternoon and the
membership was increased by about a
dozen new members. The .society will
become affiliated with the- union, and
will be represented In the convention.
It now has a membership of nearly Mil.
The Season's Treat.
All signs Indicate that tho Metropoli
tan quartette will sing to a. large and
select audience at the Berean Hantist
church next Monday night. Although
no general effort has been made to dis
pose of tickets, a large number have
already been purchased by the loading
people of. the city. The Metropolitans
sing frequently for the leading clubs
and military societies in Greater Xew
William 11. Davi.'s' Women's Itcitef
corps, No. 131.
Division No. 1M, Ancient Order Hiber
nians. St. Vincent do Paul.
lackawnnna. tribe. No. ;.''', Improved
(filler or noil .uen.
Mitchell Hoso company.
Carbondalo conclave. No. ollj, Im
proved Order of Ucptnsophs.
Tried tn Jump Bail.
Adam SNUo, of tho Lust Chance, who
was nlaced under ball bv Alderman
Atkinson last weuk, left town on Sat
urday. He was wanted un the addl-
llrtnnl ollnvcn nf lnfiklllir thronl. ('im. !
stable Morun traced Slsko and'' cap
tured hlni in Pmvldenco yesterday.
A Coat of Paint.
The People's slmo store I,-. In tin
hands of painters. Tlie exterior Is
being painted and decorated with a
pretty tinting of cream and trimmed
with groin and when finished will add
to the attractiveness of Managi-i- .Milli
Two Girls, Ono Boy.
To Mr. and Mis. Homy Hockor, ot
Blrkott street, a daughter.
To Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Slates, of Mill
street, u son.
To Mr. and Mrs- John O'.Malley, a
At the Anthracite,
.Mr. and Mrs. George ,. Lanbshii-.i
connived yesterday from tlie boarding
house of Mrs. K. P, Webb, on Lincoln
iiveiiue, to their newly-furnished
apartments in tho Anthracite build-jus-
THE PASSING THRONG.
David Harris, of Forest I'ity, was In
lid. friable, of Wilkes-I-iarn-. wiia in
town jesturday, thu guest of V. II.
Mrs. 'J'. .. .M.'ixey and son Hay liavu
been bpuudlug several days with Peck
Mrs. Jumes RobinMiii has runiriK'd
homo after a few days' visit with n-lu.
lives down the alley.
Junios Atkinson, of foiisliohucken. iH
visiting his parents, Mr. und Mrs. iVil
llnm Atliliisuii, on Hlver street.
-Mis. i'. P. Doty Is n. guest al.-ih-a
Wc extract teeth, lill teeth, nnd apply gold crowns and bridge work, with
out the least pain, by a method patented and used by us only, When the im
pression is taken in the morning plates will ha finished same day, if desired.
Note Oar Prices for Perfect,
Full Set Teeth (that fit)
Teeth W;tlinttt Pla c $5.0
CIsnuliiK TietH . so "
XL-'-' lug Whuti Other Work Is Done. IV. --
Wn il(fn n UM-UInn ivltn rn 11 hut fiti fl ttum-u m till .t1 1
W. Advsrt se.
Wt3 MAKK A SPECIALTY nf Gold frown nnd Brldpr Work. Thin la .1
- system tor Inserting artificial teeth where one or more are inlsulm? without Ihe
use of 11 plate. This work Is moat beau tlfttl and cannot he detected from the
natural teeth. When properly done, wl 11 last n lifetime. Call and see. its opor
ate. It will be a pleasure for its to carefully examine your teeth and tell you
r-xactly what your work will cost. No chaw for this". Hours, 8 to Jt. tittn-
loncdiii in the
m I'oitT or thi' ro.snrriON or 1111.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
at f-Vr.-mton, in (lie State nf I'ciiiio.vli.iin.i. it
tlir i.L)ie of buMiltw April -t. 1301.
I.1..11H .in-l tli-icoiiuu ''.'.Ml.'.'r.'.i-i
(Crill.lll9. srclll'Cll .Hid HtlM-UlU'll. .. OO.In'i
t". S. Iionib tu secum circulation.... J(Vi'iii
t'. ?. bonJi to.-cmn- r. -. ili-imsit- . I7l,l'''tii
1'icnilunn 0:1 t". S. bonds ,"-.1 l'i
!-"taks, K'l'iiilili'?, fir .".-:. If'.-Vl
tanking Ivjiim. fuinltt.ru airl li-
turor .".-, .'.N.1.1
liui' fiom liali-mil l-.ini.s tnot ri-
ru- atrcntj-) II.' 'il:ll
bin' (iviii ftati- b.inl .1111! I1.1nl.1r-... Hir.l-J
I m.' fiuiu jihumiI icaiTu- .igcnt.i... oi7.lt.'!.';!
Ititl-I II ll II'MIUK' I.II1I'S .';7!'im
1 linli. .in-I r,tlioi Ii items .".(ll-. "
Km'Ii.iiiSk ft.r cl(Miil'- douse ."i,.'i'i".. .1!
Xulcs nf ..tin. 1- 1-.1ll1111.1l Ij.iuL- J.rc.-. mi
lrtdionil lupi'i iiinciu..-. nuki'l-i
H..I ...-nl-. I.:v.';
l.nifut iim'IH'v ri'-crxo in d.ink, lz.
ir.io WIT'.CII II
Lri-.il tcmlcr imti 5'.,,:ii).l.(l -J70.il I. It
I!rci(UiitUiii fuinl wild 1 . S. trcis-
i.irr (.-. of tlri-ul.iticii .l.troii-i
Hii" from l S. tifjuror. oidrv ld.ni
.i uilrmptioii fuii-l S.OiuM
Capital slt-ol. p.ml in ? -Jiv'.nunoi
5-iiiplus fuml ,uo,(il.'M
L'li-lividi'cl puifns, Its.-, o.pcti!-c iiimI
taM;.-. ufil 'I,:'j7.'1
Xatlcrut K111I: n-ilcs ..iitliinllntf Kni.iiVi.01
Uuo to otder i'.itioii.i! 'ni.ks. T'J.ll.-.l'i
Dm- tu state b.inks iiml Iji-ikrrs I,ir:;.i,"
Dye t'i du-t cumpmics .'mil Mins(
lihidei.ds unp.iicl I1"-'-!
1niliiriual depriu siibji-i.t to ilink. ", 11.il, Hi-.i-i
D.-imiiil i.crtiticaU'rf 'l iii-poiii v-'".''
Cutitvil ilmks c,vi.i,
( '.i-diri's 1 lurks ntit-Liii'lin? ..r...;.;
I'nltol M.1I1S drp.i-iK Ill, iIVJ'.i
j Deposits i.t I'. . iM-Iiiii-kiiii; nlliiri-. . ill.li
Stili' nf I'riiiis.vb.iiii.i, Ciiiinly of 1, .(!;. iw.miu,
I, Willi.im II. lVclt, c,l-llii-r 01 111" .ibrnr
nriiKiI b.n.l;. tin .-oloinnly s.ir td.it Hit' nbmn
sLltkllli-llt i liui.' Hi tllC bc-t nf ln.v klKlwll'llt.'-.
and b.diif. WM. II. I'lIC K, (.'.iMiif.'.
Sill illii-il .liui .-.v.oiil In lii-lorc mi' Id'.' 'illi
il.n- nt Ma, l''l.
sAMl LL W. KDii.Mt, Ni.tji l'libln .
Loruct Attrj-I :
WM. ( OSNLI.L,
IILNKV HULLS. .111.
.1. IIP..SM. I1IMMH K Unci 1.. 1-
home of her parents, .Mr. and Mis
Ilim'h MoConib, 'Hi tial field .iveiiue.
Mrs. W. a. Weaver, of Wllkes-Ham'.
vi-ilei her patents, Itev. and M s.
1!. II. AliLott, uf Spiing street, over
Uerf Durphy. of Mill streut, has ln-f-u
confined to his home for sumo time
with a severe tifiiiction tn one of Ids
Mr. and Mrs. William Jladigan and
children, iSertrudf and Helen, of
Schrnoctadj, N. Y.. are guests at Ihe
lionv of Martin t'ierrity. of this city.
Constables f. J. Neary. S. A. Oilby,
Henry Pierce, Michael Morun, George
Grady and .1. J. Kmmetl were in
Serantiin yesterday, attending tin ses
sion nt t li-- grand jury.
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
The Maylifld borough counell held
their monthly ine-.-tlng In.-t evening.
Four rouncllmi-n only wmt present,
Meters. Shltinto, Hanophy, Edniuuds
and Tenpenriy. Burgess Sullivail ,uh
mltted tlie u.iiueti of .lohn Nestor and
Michael Tallett for special pollc, and
they wore appruved by the ciiuncil.
Councilman Tenpenny comphtincd of
tlie condition uf Maple street, and
wanted the street ciiiunilssioner In-strin-ted
to till in arid grade It. c.nun-i-ilnian
l-idmiinds reuiarkcd that it was
little guod to do any repairs tn tho
streets, lie was of opinion they would
all drop below pretty soon and then
ihe borough would require new streets,
After some discussion the mutter was
laid over, because of a doubt as to
whether Un- street In question had over
been formully accepted by the borough,
Mr. Shlauto moved that Yutsko Adn
mi.'ik he appointed couuellinan to till
the vacancy (uused by removal from
town of P. II, Uergau. Mr. Hanophy
desired the matter laid over, but Mr.
Udiiiunds, who seconded the motion,
urged that the election take place, and
tho question hit vine been put, Ada
mlak was declared elected to the a
caiiey. The auditors presented a report
for the past year. The report was a
very clear and cuniprehruidve uiie and
showed u net deficit of JfioS.Ou. This
was mainly, however, caused by the
large number ot outsiaiidlug orders at
Ihe beginning of last year, uhlch had
since been redeemed. Solim Important
bmliiiisu eoiii-eriiliiK the. Injum-tluii pro
ceedings, which is to bo heard In court
on Kilday, camo up for discussion, but
as bin oral of thu cimiu'llniuii ivoro ah
sent those present did not feel Jlliici
ill taking (ictlon iiml! a full council
was present, and fur this reason the
imetlng was adjourned until tills even
lug when It s hoped thusu absent lusl
night wdl be present.
The (.allies' Aid s-oelety of the Moth
odlbi llplscopal (hiiivh have decided to
hold a ruiiiinage sale some linn: dur
ing this inoulli and a. meeting of (he
ladles of the aid will be held on Thurs
day night of lids week nt thu partuu
age for the purpose of completing ai-rangciiienit-.
W. II. Williams, "tin- Druniiiit-;-KvaiiKvlUt,"
began a week's special re
vival meetings ill tlm Presbyterian
mission In Prlci.-biiis latt night. The.
Iiiovtlug began with a good ntlen
dance and deep Interest as main-
Painless Dentistry f
$3.00 to $5.00
. ,n PI ATK!--:
.mil vnntins .ncniios. Oipi
Hun - , Sirjntoii. I.nrROJt ittnhl
world, '.ii olllic in t nltH St i to.
Said the bait to the fish.
Or next thing you know
you'll garnish a dish.
I came from the store of
Florey & Brooks,
And I'm dangerous.
211 Washington Ave.
FOR THE NEXT 00 DAYS
On Sale at Our Office at Cost.
"We nut them in your kitchen read;
for uiie. All connections TREE, or
Double Oven Ranges, $9.75 and uj
Seranton Gas & Water Co
115 Wyoming Avenue.
MAY I. 1931.
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS
(liiMii Tiont. Atlniitic City. "(.w .Iomj'i lininn
lic.'illli ami pleasure rrsoit Lmciva on the im-i
Mo t aipro(Cil. Hot .-in-l Col-l Si-.i-.itrr Intliv i
Iiliim.'. I'll- In stiet. spci-ijl SHlir; liil
(lulit'nti.i nml il. Hieing. .
( HAS. It. MYLItS. Ottiirr .in-l Piop'i
Grand Atlantic Hotel 'd Annex
. A'irKini.i An-, .mil licuh, Atl.inlii- lily, N. .1
' sixtli jejr; :WU 1'i.iiitiliil uionia riiMiitr, sine
' .mil with lath; hot .nnl tuhl .i-waii-r Imii-
in liutul .nnl .'iiinc;. Lot alien fdett ami u-nlr.n
within few y.inU nf tho Mr-el I'l-'i". Oriheti...
Often s-peri.ll r t I utr l.ilcs sl'J t i1!"! Iiy itl
r-'..l up li.v il.lt iirtiJi i.urh in i.uuui';.. t n.n 11-.1
inrei .ill u;iiii-. IViili lor li-wlikt
( haiiixs l. ( ori
LITTLE LIVER PILL
acho and Liver
Sold by nil drupKlsU
Nervlta Mcdlccl Co., Ctlctjo
SolJ by Slcfiarrah k Tliomu, Urujiisls, SOi
Latkawarun avenuu. Kcianton, l'a.
nl).. m i to uumli'i;
MAIlVtL Wltirlino Spra
'.. I .,. ;.'... Ilnll Wl
'VI' Kill "' tillll 11(- .
t'ii liI i unHjiifrii
Ail. touriliusirl.t fur It. (?'
I ( Im eiiiiiut f.iiilr I liq (f.
.11.1111 1)1,. uc' opliio
iirvr. nut t nil pitiiui hi I.
tuitraieit lniok-.MU.Mt gm
lull partiiul.irs nut an e i-imn tn
..iii. ..I...-, i ..lid. tititi'i'r f'
n'ooin mo, Tlmtt Ihls., Scv York
tested. Mr. Willinui tools for Ill's sub
ji-rl. "The Ten Vli'Glns'' Rev Ml
Austin, paMor of the Anil t-'tre"
Methodist church, ith a- liuniher ol
his meiiibeis, was lire-sent, and addd
vtry niiicb to tho liitfrt of the meet
llK. Miss Matthew ti, of Olypham
M.m,- in the meetlni,'. mIHi pood c:
I'd.'t. Two mini c.ime forward t'oi
ira'er.s and one wan converted. Mr
Willluiiui' subject loiilKht will ho ' N'
Itc.om for .Icmik." Uev. Mr. Ilainmond
I astor of the Presbyterian church n
oiyphant. has this mission in ihai'tf
ii lit I would bo pIcnM'd to have th
people of Prleehui'h' atlclld tllOM cei
Mr. Klderhlu and Mrs. fhllds spen
yesterday with friends In Plymouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ultiha spen
Sunday with relatives in Hyde Path,
Mr. and Mrs. Htowulne'. of Olyplmnl
t-pent Sunday with Mrs. (Jeerse Cooper
of Albert ;t teet-
Mioses Mary and Annie Tliomn
KevKtoii'.- academy, were the Biu-sts
Min. Isaac- D.nve on Sunday.
When You Get a Headache
don't waste a minute hill go lo Jim
ill-assist and kci a box of Krau e
It adache Capsules. They will pn
vein, pain even though your t-Uul
weui oracl.ed. Thoy are hariiile'
too. Head the i,'iiaraiHi'i'. I'rice '..
t'old by all ill UBJfisW.
L tEn rsi-
1 2S CTS.