The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 21, 1901, Page 5, Image 5
TILU SCltANTOX TOlBUiK-JL8UA, alaV L'i 1UU1. kxxxxxxxxxxx; mi. Moiu.tis ii.uinw iiij stoiii:. WATER COOLERS J'o r tho office, for tho Mom, for the hotel, for iPHtnmnnt, for tho dining loom, for nny place whcio you want cool wntei. Solid stone cnolets, othcts with japanned tin, with agate, poicolaln or gal vanlzctl lion linings. A full line hcic foi your inspection. Foote & Shear Co. JJ9N. Washington Ave rxxxxxxxxxxxij a i THE ORIENTAL. Thursday Bargains tn ( tuiricnrf Mi ' . c 0 a in. Glass Berry Sets Willi 'li nbrnl rf Ian m-i- n irirp I id i I i Hull plOpri MM III" fi nil i hin iv h m I II. wliii. oiu tnlm nf prnu lint: nu ll i) il ilui ii li Ihui-dii, i otter III lllf til -IW 1 1 Berry Sets in 'i -"l J hll ', I (HI I 1 111 ' I I int. -f mih no I r In iio tin iris cpu -(i ih ir i il Mine cn imipi for 25 Cents. Gruener & Co. 205 Wyoming Avenue. SEES eomawssgiBiBamiBBS I The Baby's Trousseau T tii of tlir iiK't infoi tui; fsulijci h tt in Mm" "ni wi.rl Him i- in nk with inthulii uirnii In Hi whims of the ft llftlOlls I'll! nt hi in in- hi ihr iliinticM ml m -st dtti . tiw to b- In I t mi do uiim in Hip r( ltiix r nf Mm 1 ic ft i ii I Ik i Irl r ilnl K0! l Kill torrK iir mi jinlii! lot Hll li tutoi t mil 111 tlici' i om iiUim Th? Baby Bazaar, 510 Spruce Street. Repairing Done Gratis. ACKAWANNA "THE" .AUNDRY. PERSONAL, II i Wit' i f i- -i e ml n, I toi tins in N i I ll I, i I tin in in I I V lull ei, nf 1 Cl kllllo 1ST II l I. II I 1 ill- Pic uii nl lii Is.' II M I lml Til -nul .nam m -ic nl ix , illir i weeUS illnc-i ti I In (.up s Ililei, nililcu rf III lleliwHre, I-uki-v inn nml i inn oil ilqnitinnit, kfi tut Niv V ik xi.tetilix iitcimou Till -hi 1r.r in. tiiini-ih ff ihii nil, linn i U rJinf; iiiu-ii il ilirfctm if Nn. oih, i. lis XI l ' I Hill II lllfllili X.-teidtl ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ihe I ill nl doni'i nt tin I nun lll't -llllllll Will CIU 111 riltllllllllllKIlt Hill MM! lie Ulltll Ilnl (.ill It till- (llllllll till-- fVCIlitlh 1)1 r I il-h. id itt oik uh. will Ice tun imiimirm ttiulit tift.no tlio ( iilmlu llii-tmi t.il MnUti ilnl lmiiiii Mi.riii( ilnli on ' Pe x Ii pun nt (I tin Mi il Hi Miikc-pi in ' I it tin i mill, Nil Hi, II .'in m N u im, Aiicluil OhIii Ixiiuhli of tin Mi -In Llnlii, X'lll In Id in iiitrn iiiiiiii lit. in I inli- li.ill, .Mi) ! ,l(kl Hill I lllilllll, lllli I'lllllll. diiwiin d i I li 1 1 nl i im q lilt will In In I I l.- I I Ilnl, v ut '-till i, I-Iiiii 1 , i l ilimiil oiumud, mil -p"ik it tin niirtnu n lupliuliJl i luctiN t lul-irni Icinpri im n mil mi lui- il'iillini it i ii'ilmk III l.iuiu-ri',, lull Slio ! i lim-l iiilm-llit; eulei diil .-ill xxciikii a i (diiliilli hulled to I lit lui iil '1, l'"", tin" ili -(did inli nf .Itliir- II ml um nut in lloliiiuini ;.iim, Idioiillr, foi tluii hi-t iniiuil triiiiiuii Ilui ,m.u tin Kn ,i km ridtliii fillln'i luck .mil i.-k iif ilixi lnliuU in Im icl II iiilms to liii'il .it liiilillL-uii'- loi', 11111X11110 'i , Iiiiii. 1.', JIMII. (oiiip mil luHU' will lllliil lukris mil help in iko till-, in cnjojabln dn m i LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. llTndtr tliii licadiUK shprt Irtters of Interest will be pilbllMml ulidi aotonipattlid, for piililica, Hon, li tlin nritfr's name Tht Iriliuue does not luume rcfKiisllillllx for o Initios litre npres.-(d ) Not to Leave Scinnton. F dlior of He Trilmiie Sir Will ,i(ii 1 kind onoimli o cue um ui fiiUiit spue In jour paper to intriit lie riron inii imprf.ion tint ttiini to liaie kuiic nlnodil that I am about In alainlon mi ImiiiKt, in fcuantcn, ami inoie'to anollirr plaie, the fails of the ia-i an, I ekpeit to he min. p.l'ni t tpind ioniiliial lo nf nn time In m Vurk (luiliii; the next fen insutn-; inohlln to pie n'.Kliliili in lni-iies ul iili I lute Hide, and ilurin. im itiiui from Siiaiitun.Mr ( luilm llr'biidl hue (liaise ( t nn lnisinnj hen, .it 117 nfDeca in the ffnnrll li.illilnc If 1011 "III l.inll.i cue tills pulilkit.i fu jnur pper I thall .I'nriciale It i'n iiiikIi, oiih tniii, Miiatd II. Din., Fertrlen, lax 'J" Letter fiom Mr, Cnclden. I dltcr of 'I ho 'Inbuilt (-ii: I done to stale to the public that I 111 t'lillrely iiinoicnt if the ilm,t pirfuiid kjliist me by llhod.i M-IiiIjj. I .inieiclj tiu.t tint the public "ill tiupinil iii.tuunt in the nutlet until tucli time 0. I olull liaie an 1 pput tiirtl.i In 1 coutt of Jiutlie to ritahlltli m Inuoifiue, M A CaiMrn. Mnninge Liceneos. cimifs w on 1 1 - iiwnp Anna 1. Mirifll Dlphant biiuon Mu e) 1)1 pliant toe Mertna ni.ip'unt Stanlrv I'm ., Jrssup Kttie Mate .Icsoup Ihirlci Mill 61) Mot vtrrrt t Ian C". lailer f(') Mdcr ftrrrt Motlti t ( Ihimcl .. .. ranKn l.i u A. Lfeppcn ............. Sitatiton 1 GAVE A GOOD PERFORMANCE. Walter L. Mnln Shows rienso Two Lnrgo Audiences. 'I'lnil Moiniitttii It niuoiiff tho lcmlcrfl nn it t'littp fit V Mit npnln demon sttnli'tl ,r3tptilnv iitxiii the occuslon of Hit' Mt nf Wnllrr I.. Mnln'H 1ishloii I'lntn fhnu. tioth nfloinniin nml ivpilIltM-, lillgc I'tnwtln IIIIimI the Rift t Itnnt ten! tititl fiinrtl the line pin Biitntnies ptcKPitted. While not rltiinihiR' tn ho the "Rtriil est kIioi' mi entth." thp Wnllrr Ii Mnln iiftRrcKiillnii hut a reputation for espi tlt'iue Hint Insttien ltttRU iittentl onti' MltcKxri Iti eittiMii h lot. tied, ntt I the If initittlim nt fullv "tlt liilnrd h. thr jsnod thliiKt on the pto untinnie vrstrnhi. Tie tli it put or the nfleiitnnn on let tnlntnrnt Mas tn nn extent mill 1 oil i 1111 .it'ilili'tii wltltli lirfrl tlit .IimIko llinllum In their tuniudnils lailder liiilniielin; ntt. 'L'he ttxn vntuiK men 11 mi' prt fni nilns nn it IiIkIi ladder, h.ihiliii'il tllniti n taliln, nml weir len dtMlni? 11 miiilenl 1 election upon j;til tiii nml 1 1 1 ; t r 1 1 1 1 1 1 . when tho darning lmlili'i' iMim innxeil ton near the edRe nf the t (title. Ilie liitldor toppltd over a it i the ii'if()inii'i nml nmsleal In-sttmui'iit- fell In a ltcnp. The man nn the lower lounrlt nr the ladder iuii npp.iientK itnlnluied, lint the pet foiiner at the top, who fell it distance of about twenty-flxe or tidily feet, diitnlnod sexcie Ittjutlc. llli face was badly cut and bruised, and one fnnt was s-pinlned, and he was biulsed tilli"i w se. AtnnlifT the lcitdinp: fp.iltltes ntc the pei foi iiiiuii ci of educated hntses nml linnles, uiiiIpp tin (lhcctlon of Ptnf. It. II. D01K1III. The RrotiphiK of Hit thice liot.p. In otip iIhk In 1111 oilKlnnl act was pat tlettl, illy plr.isln;. Tho bnteli.ti'lc ciitiestil 111 tutus hv Miss Max liaxcnpoit and IJeno McCrec, and Miss Kosp and I'l.ine Heed, xxcip .iinrini; Hip liest tlt.it hae been In this nt, and the IiIrIi jiirnptiirT feats by linf-ps and 1 mik's, ditccleil bx the Matantelli family, as ixrll -! the tinliltir' pet fin m. tin es of tho JtotiKh lildi'ts nf the SlMlt United States civ il It v, x ete tin liiiu mr. 'J'he nt Is but btlcllv ineulloiied ahnxp wpic .tiiKinentPil bx cleer ixoilv by xhe x all pis. William Connnts and .1. W. Petit: (iencio and Theol, eontnt tinnlsts. Um lS.ttnells, jugglcis; tho Cicat .s.ilx litis, tniobats, and a lnim bet of fiilti'is, Includlnp- funiiv clowns, li(ipis, tuinbleis, innloinlniisfs, etc. The trill dexotid to 700loKic.1l spcti mens xniitaineil a poodlv nunibct of 1.110 beasts and bitds of t lie jungle, ns well as the ttsinl animals found in the ineniiKCtie of the leading tent affgte K.itioiiu, wlili h xcto ice( xlth de liKltt hv old and jotiii;, xxho ple.ismc in ciinti'inpl.itlon of the xAondeis of the on EPISCOPALIAN CONVENTION. Will Open Its Session in Fottsvilla Today. The annual i onx ention nf the (Vn tial I'ennsjlxanla illoieso of the 1'pis 11p.1l iliimli xxill open 111 l'nttsxillc to d.i... 'J'wehe delcsates and twelxeal tpinatps ftiini Scinnton h.io been circled, but In all ptobablllty not all of these will attend. AH of the loial eleiRX x ill attend. They ato j"!p. JtoReis Isi.ipI, Hcv i: J. Jl.iup-hton, ltev. M. n Nash. Hex. I- n. Bitemaii, l!e. i: ,1. McIIemy and Hex. I". S Hallenllne Anions tho matteis of inipot taint tn bi t.tl.en up will be the lepott of t he spet Inl committer appointed at tho last session to consider thr laisinpr of ftmns foi ,l ptoposed nexx diocese It has not M't been dellnttely decided xxlicri fi di Msiim nf the ptesent dioiese - ill be uiaile It max bp disposed of at this session, and max not. The dix Isinu has alieadv been astitd upon, but no delt nite time lias jot bicn t-it for caitjinp Il into elfpct. Tliete is a mobabllitv of f-ttaiilon beniK desiprnattd as the seat of the neix dioctse. licniRo Jeimjit, of tills 1 ily, is a inimliet ol Hit abnxe nirntlnucd .spe ( ial committee. The aeaniy on Hie diotpspan standitiR committee, 1 auscd bx thp tetuox.il fiom the c Ily of A. D. Holland, lias been filled by Hie election of Kxi'iPtt Wan en. DmltiR the session four iHRx.mpn and four lajmen xxlll be elected as ckleR.ttcs to the penetal loiuoienee xxhlih meets in San Tianclsto In Octo bot. AmniiR the lajinrn who v, HI HKely ntlcud ate "W. W. Mai pie, b'nmuel HIiiPs, Uxcietl "Waiien, Theodnte tl. W0I1, Thomtis Spi.iRiio and .1. .1. Met-ilinan TELEGRAPHERS ORGANIZE. Intel national Ptesident Dolphin Piesided Over Division Meeting. I'tesliiont M. li. Dnlphin, 01 tho in tei national Assik liulnu ot Kuilioail TeleRiapliPis, with in the iltx last nlRltt and pi chilled me the Hi -r tPRttln liitoiiiiR of M'lanhm Oixis, m .n . whlcli was oiRtinlid two nks .iro. Oxei oik liundiPil and th ily nieiiibeis who piisent. The riiMnu tin lutlps in its innks the telesiapheij- of the t'el 1 Wiito and Hudson l.iiliond, the. Now Yotix, Onliitio and Westeni, and the W.xoniinR Valley binncli of the Ihie. The ilKlslnuV olllcots xxeio lnntalled, nml Attouie J, .1. 0'Malle, loimoily .1 teloRinpher, xxab made an honoiaty nieiiiber of the a.ssoclatlon. John XIUI Kiin, 12 Kxans and .1 .1. Custer, iep lPsentiiiR: tho AVIIKes.-U.uir dll.slon of tho .leihpy f'enti ul'.s tolpgrupheis, x.xeto ptesent nt the uiertliiK I'ioidPiit Dolphin xxa.s limn In this iit, Inl has llxed In the West dmitiR the Ricater patt of his life Jlo xxlll leaxo today, as will alM) Oignnliier Iiitinsnn A Houible Accident Happily Aveited, As the titcus paiado xas pa-isliirj bx the Miata liulldln.T cm Spttini stiett rsttiilu, it ,otin' mail who xxas till ow In;,' Kis.ses at tun i;UU 011 Iioimj hail; fiom a fifth stoty xxiudoxi', htid denly lota Jils balance and fell out. Tho people weio lioiior btiuel;, e peethlR to tio him Ushcl to pieces oil the pawment boloxx, xhen a jiiuni; man with 11110 pic-mu'o nf mini im-lipil out fiom tho cioxwl and raught him befoin iu stlllcl; with (i iiiiueia, that ho had jul pun lir.fed from riniey iv lliookf!, nil .Wasili'iiston avenue, The Spiine; Fever, lb .1 mulady whit h no one can escape, at thU season of tho year. Tho ltal ity Is usually ineituNed duilug tlio winter mouth, nml spring ilnds the system all 1 nil down. Tho blood Is thinned mid Impute. The kidneys and liver 1110 inactive tesultliiR In a. lo.si, of eneisy ami nppftitc, and i de iiiiiKenient ot tho neixes. l.hhty'.s I'eleiy Noivo Compouiid will purity jour blood, tone up your nerves, and leave you fcel'iiR tre.sh and enetgetlc. Sold by Matlhews Htos. Tiy tho New Oc. Cigar "Kleon." Ijiuuantt'ctt long HdX.tna fillet. INDIGNANT AT DR. LANSING MEMBERS OF SCHOOL BOARD UP IN ARMS. A KoEolutlon Refutlnp His Renin) its Made nt Rochester Reflecting Up on tho Honesty of tho Boairt In ttoduced by Mr. Lnngnn nml After a Lonp DiBctission, in Which Sov etnl Motnbcis Paid T'leir Respects to the Clergyman, Wni Rctencd to tho Committee. The Ttlbltlir mild ostt Ul.i ni'UU IllR 111 its ivpoit nf U"V. Ut. l.tllslllR si'iii'iin in the (hllilien nml the si limits, tint he does tint llilme Ills winds In iriinmenlliiR upon municipal im million. It now to be 1 com did Hint a number of the tneinbets of the boaid of innttol do not miner their w 01 ds In cimunentliiR upon Dr. i.an-sltif-T At 11 .special niPellllR or the boaid, held last night, a tesolutlnn was of feicd by Mi. I.aitRan le.seiitltiK the al leged reflection icaontly made hv Dr. Lansing upon th honor .Mid lnl"g tlty of tlio school uintiolleis at the meclliiR nf the National. Munlclpil lpiigtie held In ttoi In stcr, N. V.. duilng the week of May d. It was the dls cjisjIou on this lesolutlon, the full test of width is minted IhMnxv, that i'nkd the coniments upon the rcveiend gen Ui man, Wlnio-H, 'lie dilh pipers nf Ihli (ill trp'tl Ihe fnllimin,-. "Hie cilx of Sntiliiii Imt-diool homes of the 1110.1 iniilein it. I" tliein-iUr-Ihev ute i trrdlt In the f it . Hut Ilui are In lieu il li lepusml in (loir rnn-tiii' tlnn ind in theii tnppllei, a nxsleni nf inltcnnest ,ind plitn tin ml unlike the iloie In ol In 1 ilirecllom Ihe Kline kind ol infeim itum exiUI ilioiit the lirnnl of educillon nun tint x if in eiidonie 1 xntr nu cimietnnw (lie ( ily euieiiiiiirnl. In tin ( ip of tin lih .iixeiiiiniiit. xe line now the pn ofi Ihe tiidniii iimieinin; the bond of (diiiihtu, xieexput to (.ft lilei" I hi- I- nn eti itt of 1 ..pi pili ilelneicd bx Itex I I I insiiu m the (Hi of liiiheitcr, on the inili in-t , xi lin It we -K-1111K to b- innectlx ie poilnl As Pi 1 111-lnir lnf i-cni tit, 1 1 the iboxe nniiiki, toelnij,' the lininl nf eliteitlon. xiluih iie((--,iiil niritw the iniiiibeis (t Ihe boird of utttirl, xxltli mriiipi, inr tliorls ni rottenness of sxplnii 111 th" coiMiuitirn of iihoil biilldin.'i, and m the liiriiiililin; f iipllc, cxideiuo nf xx Imli, iecoidii to lin peeih, he expr. Is to Rrt latei, xe like tint nppoitiiuit), is the tailieut .illorded, In i-uit the 111-.11II ofTered In uniei il teinii Ie ilittiret fund ind rnr riiptinn xMthiiut Rlimir nn hit 01 speilln. in flinin of the tune nil tlienlx le-nri exei.x meinbi 1 of this bodx under the 1 loud of Ins rciniiks, thircfoie. bo il Hi soli nl. 'Hut xe rill upon Hr 1 iii'Iii for iu ufs of the rune, mile as aboxe ipiotod M) ir sor pitoDuri ii wiiins it i sonaih.i: IIMi: WII SllllMMIK UK I NslMl AS I N lilt llll t L, l M'MIt SM) l)sl)M sr IN 111s 111 Mltls, ud le it Ur-oled, 'lint we ihnx the nnpiihlioiis and t ell duns -iinl drnoiiiiic thrill n fil-i md 1111 tine, and, le it ItCKOlieil, lint is i iiiems of notifliTtion to Pi I nielli 'f 0111 i ondi muitiin of his ftati mollis md siliniis xi. eu plot the uij pns.s, xxluili xas the method of Hi 1 insinir to difmie tho nfflmli of this -.(liul ili-tt 11 1 iii'l be-iulnh our leputilion .inxxixtis. opi:xi:d i-iui:. Mi. .rennlngs xxas the fltst member on his feet. Kxciy petbon had the light of flee speech, he said, hut in making: such linages as Dt. J.insing made, thetc should be pi oof. lip dc nlptl as an indixidu.il membei of Hip boatd that he had irldetl tn anv coi rupt inllucme 01 done anything he was ashamed of. lie said tint It had been tinicntlv if polled that In the putiliaso of tet books tliete hid been those pinch iscd xxhicli xxetr not needed and t haiiRes made not neirssaij He s tid that all iptiuisltitin-, lot tevt bonks ,11 e ap ptoxed liv the Miprilntrndcul, whom I)t. Lansing had hpoken ot as .in honest and mpnblp oflli Ial at .1 lpccnt b inqtiPt. Tlirietote If Di. l.anslns had said anx thing about the pin r base ol tet brinks, he xxas condemning in diteelly an nlliclal whom he himself had pialsed. "t lesont indixldu.illv, 11 ml xxe te scnt tollectlxely, this attaik upon the meiubeis o) this boaid," f-aid lie. It was bad taste for Dr. Lansing to ninke the duuges xxithout litst seiiit ing cxideuie, he himself halnp: said that the ex Ideate was to be seoutcd latei." Mi. Jennings taxoied the im inediato adoption nf the lesolutlon. 'Tlteio is no distinction made," said he "Hxctx member of this boaid is chaigcd wllh impiopcr conduct. I will welcnmp any investigation whltli Di. Lansing may see fit to make, but xxe must place otu.selxjps on icccml as ha Ins denied thpsi infaminih chaigps-," Captain Max most and nulrtly ip maikcd that he didn't lavor the leso lutlon as fiained. "It would not be come the dignity of this bodx to htlg-" matie these statements as false. Wo don't h.txe to b.iv they air false if xxo knoxv they aip. We Miould go to Dr Lansing nml tell him that xxe will help him to iineai th anything wiong wlilih this boaid has done. Wo 1,111 bUnil upon our dignity nml do this," Ml. Langan letuaiked that the dot. tm .should 1 omo to the boaid Instead of tho bout d going to him. "If wr don't pass this lesolutlon," said lie, "thr people will nsl; us why we dltln t lel'ute these thntges, I want In tr futo them? f defy any man to tliatgr mo with a xx long xxhIU I haxr been oil this boaid. I take this Insult pet .sonnllj, as neiy membei slioultl" ItAItKHU AMKXOMI'XT. Mr liaiket was not piepaied to vote for the lesolutlon its ofleied, and moved that it bo letetied to the mm llllltee on lilies, to lepoit at tho net meeting. Mi. Langan, at tills point, wlthdiew tlio sentence PtlRmatlIuir Dr. Lansing, which Is in luted above In liu 8i tpe. ami Mi Jayuo then spoke In lavor of adopting the icsolutloii with that pint ecsed. He liolipxrd that Dr, Limbing .should be Invited to come ami Investigate fully anjthlut; lie might dosha to, Mr I'xans 1 mm soiled inodeiatloti anil wamcl the membei s tn go eas.x All tills tlmu Piesldent filhbons was tldgoting in his 1 hair us itnvious to Cooking; with Gas FREE DEA10NSTRATI0N, Wo luip sccurul the scrilid, of Miss Emily Harion Colling to kitutc on iinl 1 1 1 1 1 1 " n -1 1 a I c the ART OF COOKING WITH CDS Or, How to Hale liohhif- 1 usj lei lures and ileinoiultatlons ilutln Hie xurk rciiinirniin: VI jx .I), tiet) altfii.oon at J o'doik, at 007 linden tiled, Hard nf liade. b'lK.lnj The Scranton Gas & Water Co, Join In ,11 fin v. Klmilly, he could stand II mi loiiRcr, and lelluntilshlng the 1 hah to Mr. Langan, ho took' thr 11001 "When I wiih elei led piesldent," snld he, "t didn't Inlcnd lo eVrrgrt out of the rhtilt, hut 1 totildn't help It this time. 1 gnt out of It because t wanted to sav point'thlng about this nllmt;, wlili h is thr nastiest that has rver hern liltldr Upon the boaid sllllt I hnvn been 11 member, and I've been II member about twenty-eight .cars. I've heal il little things ftoin propli that I ditln t cine 11 Hip of my linger itlinut, 'Tin Vil suy that John Cllbbons had Rood tin pet on his Hoot hccauo h" brlntiRpd tn Ihr boaid of rontiol, 11 ml such like J didn't can for that, but when a mlnlstei of the gospel goes Into nnotliet slatr and makes thr slate mollis Dr. Lansing has made, It's lime tn call a halt, that's all, and It's lime for us to show that we don t toletale this smt of thing "People wouldn't believe, these waul politicians xx ho have hoi 11 lining the t ilklug bcfoK', but they will believe Dt. Luislng, brui use he Is a minister of the gospel nml supposed to tell the tllltli. If their was any vvuv In tiliest him, r would In happv to go down In mv pocket to assist In 1 mnpellliig him to pi ove what he has said. In speak ing iibullt the nlhet lnuncllps of the fit v government, he said that Hipip ate a few ltonest men In councils, but he dlilu'l sav tlml much for us. "We weir all dishonest In his opinion, all of us. CllillOXS WAXfS FIllllT. "Dt. Inisng, 1 11111 told, tool; 011a sion at our time tn .ttt.tik tho inesl deiil of thr riilted Ktatrs, mid was iltlvrn out nf his 1 hutch for so doing, so that we should not be sutpilscd at his attacking" tis, a poor little school bond. I say. let us pass this lesolutlon it once, and then diiect our attoinev to piepate .t ( ase agtltisl the lcveiend gentlcm in, and let us light It to tile bitter end." Mr. Lvnou lenintkcd, In a (usual sot t of vxav, that about 11 ye.u ago all the iotmiilint.il weir standing up and de clining thentsehts to be honest, but lnnuv of lliein have since been piuvoil to be tlMmmst. 'Let us wait," stid he. '.111(1 see how xxe an going to 1 01110 out. Let lis go c.isx In this nuttei." At this singe, If Mi. 35arkot's motion to icror had been put it would, likely, h.ivo been defeated bx .111 ovet whelm ing vole, so sttong was the sentiment In favor nf passing the lesolutlon at otue Captain Max- ir.ilied this, and made a lulef speech, which was .1 soi t ot 1 pocket fdltlon 01 Mate Antnnv's 01 at Ion over the bodv of Caes.n, so in geniously did he tin 11 the tide of sen timent bis w.i. "It the doc tin s th.iigcs ate tine," said he, "we should be as much inlei esteil in getting at the titttli ot this tiling as anx bodx. but if his object is metilx notoiietx 'and one would be ld to almost believe fiom the cap tain's tone ot voice that he did icallv mean tlt.it he thought it was "if we pass this icsolutloii in hot haste we. xxlll dn just, xx hat he vv ouldjtlike. lie will sin trod in grttlng his name spicad over all the land as the name ot the minister tondeinncd hv the Hi ranton school bond. If xx c lefor it to com mittee and bilng In a tiutcter and mote teinpei.ite lesoltitinn, vxe w ill effct t out nui pose much bottet, and tho dot tor v ill not gain any notonet. I am posi tive that 1 am light." Tlio nototlctv ntgument took. Ptesi dent Cllbbons letuaiked that the iap taiti was light, and oxen Mr. Jennings Hocked to his staud.it tl. The motion to icfer lo the committee on inks was p issed bx a unanimous vote. Tho rotn mittee will meet some tiiRht this week, and invite Dt. Lansing to be piescnt. MAGISTRATE MILLAR . SAYS HE WILL SUE Tlue.itcns to Bung the Law Down on Rev. I. J. Lansing for His Sun day Evening Utt.iances. Magisltale W. S. Mill.u, who lakes it that ho was tho 'ceitain niagistiate" alluded to bx Jiev. Di. 1. J Latibiug in tlie .set 111011 at the Oieen Jtidge Pies bv let Ian t IiiikIi, Siiiicl.iv night, an nounced vestetday Hint he will bilng suit uyalmt the icvuend doctor lot dainiiRcs. He hts not as vet decided mi what foi 111 ol action the suit xxlll take. SCHOOL TO CLOSE JUNE 21. School Boaid Decided Upon That .Date Last Night. Besides iIIsjlussIiir Dr. L-insIng tire mtmbeis of the sihnol bnanl tiatt s.u ted a. laige amount ot business last night. The most Important tiling done was tho adoption of a repot t of the teatheis' committee n loinmondlng that the schools be ( loued foi the hum niei vacation nn Ki Iday, Mix 'Jl Tho building (oniinlUte iouin mended that the plans and .speclllia llolts for the tlueo new scliools in th Fltst, jsKHi and Twouty-lttst wauln be appioved ami tho ici oiiiiuvndatlou was iittopted, together with another clliert Ing the .seciettuy m udveitisi. for bids, the saute to be opened hi the buildlm? imumitti-c on Filday night May 'It, at 7 .10 o'c loi k. Tho building loinniilter fuither ic iriiniiieiiilri that tho site op which Xo. 'JJ slIioo! In the Thlnl waul Is located be esiliaugoil with the Dclawaie, I. iikavvannn. & AVestetn company tor .111 .'final amount nf laud at the 101 nor of Kcsei avenue nml Oak stieot on ni count of the itputiii'ss ot tho piesPiit school m one nf tho company's mining culm dumps After mm li discussion tho jetnuiiueudatlnu was adopted. Upon pemmniendntloii of ho finance cnmmltteo it was decided to ssuu $73, 000 w mth nf thlity e.ir bonds to iliavv IllieU'sa at the into nf I pel cent per annum, DISCUSSED THE MILLENIUM. Methodi&t Mlnisteis' Regular Mon day Moinlng Meeting, Tho .Methodist Ministers' assoila tlon, of S-'cianion anil vicinity, held its legukir sesblon In 131m I'.til; chinch ji.uloia jcsteiday iiiouilug at 1U.ID Pit sklent C I). Henry piesided. Itev. Austin (liltlln, D li., conducted tho devotions. Itov. Pi until (ii'mlall pie sented an inteiesllng pipoi, subject, "The Millennium mid How to Iteath It" llevs. It. M. I'astoe, S A. t'uio and S ,1. Doisey p uticlpated 111 the (list usslnii. Mcniliei.s piescnt weio: itevs. James DonnltiRer, (J. C I.Miiaii, 1 I'. Doty It II. lteeii. Austin Ilovvcll, S C hlmpkliis, H. J. Dot se, Joseph Madison, r. A. fine, It. M. Pascoe, ,1 X. Hnlley, (. H. lleuij, II. A. (Jioeiie, J) i llenll-y, 1. i. !illlii and J. It. Au tin. THE CONTEST IS BOOMING INTEREST IN THE TRIBUNE'S GREAT orFER GROWING. Anothor New Nnme In tho List of Lcndeis No Change in the Fiist Four from Ycstcidny Horace A. Lyons, of Honcsdnlc, Stnited Ycs tcidny A Ginml Chance for Am bitious Young People to Enter Col lege Tho Qunllflcfitlons Ncccssmy to Win Success. X Standing of the i X Leading Contestants I 4. Point", .a. . 1. Henry Schwenkcr, T T South Scinnton... 48 . 2. August Bitinnor, ji., T T Cnibondnle 17 "T 3. Meyer Lewis, Scran- ton 10 J y 4. Trank Kemmeier, 7 Factory vlllo 12 7 5. W. H. Hmris, Hydo J paik 11 0. R. Leo Huber Scinn- Z ton 3 - --- 'l'he lesttlts of estcidnv In The Tilb tine's Liltn atioual Contest show no ihnnge In the relative positions of the Hist four cnutc Hants lrom jesteidny mninlng. Jlcvei Lewis, of Kct.inton, gullied six points on August Dt unnet, of C'aibondale, and Is now but one point behind him foi second place. Funk- ICcnimeiet. of luictotjvllle, biouglit in tlueo points and letalnctl his position bv so doing. AV. II. ll.tr lls, of Hjdo 1'aik, made bis Hist ie pott, tinning In eleven points and dis placing It. Loo llubei, who diops down to sith. A now contestant, Hoincr A. Luns, of llonosd.ile, cnteietl esteiday. Shut the contest began a goodlv number of nanus haxe been eninlled and the number Is being ndded to dally, but the toll is not as l.ugo as It should be. Theio is plenty of loom for all who flesh e to enlist in this work of ambition and advancement. The best time to st.ut Is now, when the contest Is vnung and theie Is no gieat number of points stoieil by any of those who have .tlie.tdy stalled. It is .111 oiler th it tan be taken advantage ot bv both the etnploved and unemployed jouth of this section, feev. is no bar ller, as aitangenicnts have been fully made to piovide for either oung men or women who win. The eight special lcxxattls offend .110 all stiictly educa tional one, s-o theio will be the fullest hanee of .1 ftitute uplifting of all who manage to be in the lanks ol the eight xxinneio. To those who fall beloxv eighth place n cash commission of ten per cent will bo gixen on all money ihev tutu In in accoi dance with tlio tonus of the contest. 11 the older 1 cadets of Tho Tiibune, for whom these special icwiuds would have no .illiuenicnt, will send us the names of their sons and daughters, nephews and nieces or ouiig fiiends between the ages of fifteen and twenty live, we will fouxaid to those named a complete desciiptlon ot tlio contest, with Its rules and institutions and an illustrated pamphlet dosciibing the special jew.aids and the educational In stitutions that have been selot ti d lot this eni's contest, Dvoiv d.iv thoie .no 111010 names en inlled, as the .voting people of this sec tion become convinced that they should take advantage of this gieat oppot util ity. Xeailv eveiy -oung man and wo man has .111 aspiiation lot a. college ot Xotin.U school education, and the 111a joiltv ate foiced to lellnquish theii hopes ns they giow lowaid manhood ot womanhood bt cause they cannot ill -find oitliei the time or tho money to lenlUo their ehetislied ambitions, in The Tiibune's IMucatlonal Contest, however, there has been it w.iv opened, and although all cannot win the Hist, sceond or thlnl special icixaid, all can tij for it, at least, and each one bus as Rood a ehnnco to land at tjie top of Hip list as eveiy other contestant, and even If he or sho should fall to be among the lcadcis, they can at hast earn a substantial stun of tuonev, which may go a long vxav tow aid paving for what then dislie, It thtx, .110 but will lug to vvoik foi it. That Is all that is nriissaiv to vv in sticioss in this, as In exetv blanch of business wink. Tin contestant who does the most sxstcrnatlc woik, no matter if he slatted last week 01 be gins totnoiioxx- or net week. Is going to'be nxvay up to the top of the column on the last day of lite contest. And the' ft tr f-r tt ff f Men's Plaited Shirts This is n choice gioup of new shlits, lendy for the mo ment a mnn wants to leave off his vest. The patterns me fiesh nnd hn.idsome, in smut stiipes, of bluo and white, fancy colois including ox blood. The plaiting is neatly done, so that the stiipes come out the same on eveiy fold. The bosoms nie unusually long. 1 -r j?.wy T - VVaihliiswn a. Sty --- 4- I I "ON Tjg1 "- Wfc. Oils, Paints and Varnish W tm 1 im 1 ftcttt nt 1 t MaIon?y Oil & Manufacturing Company, A 141-149 Meridian Street. " - tt- ' . I '... 7A1 iS.K X .. . W .v, -' I . j -v .. 1 'i)i-,.r -A (. " tft ' ' ,t-s XA CASEY BROTHERS, Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 26 Lackawanna Ave. special lew aids orfeicd by Tho Till) tine fur a summers canvas-sing tnur 111 e well vvoith an ciieigutie, sti ugglc. Het tet begin bcfoie the leadeis Ret too fur ahead. l'or a full desciiptlon ot thr contest read the advettlseinent appealing dally on tho fouith pige. l'ir fuither Intor niatlon or If desirous of obtaining n book ot subset Ipllon blanks, address ' lldltor llduentlnnnl Contest, s-cianton Tiibune, Sci anion, l'n." TO BE A FENME SOLE TRADER. Application was made by Claia Cils son, of Llinliutst, through atimiiey A. D. Dean jcstoidaj, to be deckuod a feme sole tratlci, or, lit other words, to be empowered to liamai t business In her own name and ftee fiom any interfcience by her husband. She alleges that Iter husband left lier sK jeais ago and she dots not Vnovv his vxheic.ibouts. Judge Kellv iliectcd Ihe application should be pub lished for tlueo weeks. An Active Tempeinnce Woiker. The Lackavvnnin county tempei.incc woikeis aio having a stilling up. Mis. L. 11. n.iilev, n national lectuioi, Is rngaged for .1 two weeks' campaign, and eveivwheio she gjoes their Is nmiisetl intoiest and the "Women'.s Clnlstian Tenipei.ini e union me In eieasing in membership. Mis, liailey Is 11 lailv ot line ptesence and is .1 speaker of l.ue fluency and fotee. A LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE The greatest commercial economist in the world today. Compared to any necessary investment In business, theprofitfromaTELEPHONE is incalculable. Residence and Commercial rates at a moderate cost. CENTRAL. PENNSYLVANIA TELEPHONE AND SUPPLY CO Manager's oflke, 117 Adimi avenue. That we have the inigest and bsst stock of Summer Underwear in town. All sizes. Eveiy gaiment guaianteed in quality and woikmnn ship. Conrad, "A Gentleman's Furnishing Store." 305 Lackawanna Avenue. Notice Those who are intciestcd, even in a ftcner.il manner, in matters musical aie couii.illy invited to ex amine the latest dlasoiTamlin Pianofortes to lie .seen at the wareroonis of r Piiuim rn .'0 Ut I U SI Hull W vi 131-133 Washington Ave, Ladies' Jackets and Skirts Ye Make lit the lid) .i-. the f itliciii fit iho bud lie nulvi. Mill, Hi, finult nui in e. an. ill ici'c 1 Our tpiiui : ii" k i- I iv.' .luuiiin, imli 111. pn lion. He i.Ud to mi x 1 ilii.' huh, Kin? Miller, Merchant Tailor, 43D SPRUCE STREET, True, An Invitation Is'cxteudccl to Cuba to add another star to our flag. Likewise we invite you to visit us. While uufurling our flag of values, a look through our stock trill convince the most skeptical that we keep prices to the ground. Our Bottled Beer should be tried to be appreciated. LouM Arthur Watresi President T Orlando S. Jnhnson, Vlcfl Pre. Arthur Hi Christy, Cashier Capital, Surplus, $100,000 $100,000 f W 1ST (WW soft SPRUCB STREET. Court House Squat e, SCHANTON, PA. lntcicst Paid on Saviugs Accounts AtirilOltll I) by IH Charier lo aucpt ill in mm r of hint, tu ait ni Iteeeher, 'lrii"tie, lituidiHit, AriminUlM. ter or 1 rcttilor. Till: Wt'f.rs of Mils It ml. aie -unted id bx the 11'lmcH Lhiltlc Alattn S.islcm. DIRECTORS I . A. VVnlres, I). S. .lohnion Wm. '. tlnllitcnd 11, P. KlnttHbui-y Everett Warren Ann. Koblnion Joseph O'Brien ---f-f--'--f-ff----f--f'f Lawn, Timothy, Millett 1, 325-32T Penn AveDae. TOR THE NEXT 90 DAYS Gas Ranges On Sale at Our Office at Cost. We put them in your kitchen leady for use. All connections FREE, on fiist floor. Double Oven Ranges, S9.75 and up Scranton Gas & Water Co 115 Wyoming Avenue. MAY I. 1901. TRIBUNE WANT ADS. BRING QUICK RETURNS Summer Porch Furnitur e nhinx the most vniled as set tun nt ni pnuli and lawn fur itituui that wan tvci brought to rit niuioii, This Rocker s shown In pU tme Uecd li.ul. and seat, lingo and roomy, high b.nk and kiic. liioad .11 nn. Just tho toeker for the pm.Ji these nice, waini even ings, Special pi Ice, $1.69. CREDIT YOUP CERTAINLY1 Th& mmm 221.223-225.227 WYOMING AVENUS. SEEDS Clover i .