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THIS SCR ANTON THIBUNE-FRIDAY, .JUNK 7, 1001".
BURIED WITH HONORS DUE A
Membeis of Robcit Moiris Lodge
Nominnto Officers Pioernmmo of
tho Minstrel Show to Bo Given
by St. Brenden Council, Y. M. I.
Thomas T. Lnrkln Awnrdcd Fhst
Prize In Oiatoilcnl Contest Small
The in a Bnin on Ninth Street.
Other New3 Notes.
nominated the following olllccis for
the mining loim:
"'let-lib-iit, Tnlllo M. I'vuns; vice
piosldont. AV. llovvlnnd Diivlesi con
ductor, Daniel .Juy tlccso; stevviud,
I.oiiIp A. Howell; lnldo gunid, AVitt
kln Williams: outside gunid, John It.
I'dwaids, C. I. D.tnlcK John JI. Phil
lips. M. (!. Hoildno; i root dttirr societal y,
David ,T. Davis; financial societaiy,
Piihncr Williams; ticnsuier, 111 Hur
Several other mutton peilalnlng to
the lodfio weie passed on, antl tho an
nual summer outing was discussed, hut
no action was taken.
The Wi Mi Baptist chinch was
ctnwdod yostorduv altoiuoon liv the
fill nils iinrl lolutlvos 01 the late 1'vnn
J. Dalos, who gatheicd to attend the
fiinetal '"i vices. The funeinl was one
of the lingesi eer "eon In West Soinu
tun. Tlnep oloigvinon "poke (luting the
soivke. Tlle "ie Hev. V. D. Hop
kins p.isini of Hi" iiniiiii: Hev. II. If.
llmiK 'f the Calv.uv ThiptM i lunch,
Tnlor. ind Hev. W. f. f)avle. of the
Xmth Si rnntoii I'.npllst chin ill.
The llinal offeilngs wne imusuallv
In isc and betokened tin. esteem In
whli h ili'ieasi'd was held. In addition
to the in my i lunch people at the
lunei.il, llieie "io huso delegations
lioni the Knights of Malta, and the
Diamond Mine Accidental fund, of
whlili deceased w.is n meinbei. A
iin.iitett" under the dliection of Piof.
AVIIIIam l.vntis lul the singing and
theio vvnic s active and six honoi-
111 V p lll-b'MtCls.
Those who John T. Williams T!ee!P
A Phlllliis. John I,. Jenkins. Hdwaid
I.'. Thomas, 1 m ill . .Mnig.in, Kvnn J.
Davis. AVIIII.mi .'atkins, Thnnins
IlowolK i:v.in W. Hvnns Ohod Jen
kins. John Mm guns and James A.
Kvans. Inteinient was m.ule In the
His Biothei-in-Law Killed.
Itev. Dald Jones, pastor of the
Welsh Congiegationnl chinch, tooelved
a letter fioni the old eountiy jestei
div. infoiming him that ills biothei-in-lau.
John T. i;.ins, was killed bv
an explosion in the mines at Sen
Shonvdil. South Wales, on Mav 'li.
Doieasi'iT w.is a hie boss in the
niines, and a lingo number nf men
wcie killed at the same time.
Nominntion ot Offlceis.
The lioboit Mouis lodgr., oilier of
Ameiiian 'i'l lie I mites, held a l cgtil.tr
meeting in then tooins last evening and
ion t.ALi: at
G. W. JENKINS,
Y. M. I. MlnstrolB.
The Y. M. I. Shirt Waist Mlnstlels,
under the dhectlnn of Piofossor John
T. Watklns, will he glum In Meuis'
halt next Tuesday evening, tom
inenc'lng at s:lS o'clock. The partlel
pants and featuies of the perfolin
ance aie as follows:
Inlrrlnuitu-V. .1, I itz fiiMinti
( nincdlilw (kne (Vvjimi, IninM ('11111111111-"!,
Iliilntil I on. 1 1; 1 11. I ilwinl M(( lain, llmlrl I nu
ll 111. lliilurt Pn(T, M. I, lliirkc, f.co t rt"ln.
m ilMd l-iK.iril nlli, limn Milluisli,
lime Mi ihIilh, Hut .lohmnn, 1 VotiMon,
pviir r-riHsT 1 111 nos.
Inlroilmton. "Vw it Ocrrtuti'"
M.i Hip Whole tlul". Imluilinc Un.'
" I ilt Ir- llrmw ('.it "
llnnr aiiii 1aniboc
"Willi spl, n,or llrijit."
"Vnvil hor '
W.lll s,,ntf, "Villi."
"Ill ink Smiif "
"Vh Diinlv riKticllc."
"sIcIrIiIiik CIioiiis "
WIiiiIIiiij: anil lliiinmint: Inlritmli
C non lloliiin, "ltnlnili Siirmilo."
1'iinlt to (Untiiro, Pnncs ami latnboc.
sfc('OM) 1.1)11 IOV.
fl ill nl, "J in't 1(11 Whj I loic You,"
.lame? Mi Vntlrcw
I ml S.111,-, ",erj Parlio.i Ma? n ltu(,hn On,"
II ill til, "Plimlii!" II iim Sulllnn
Itis-i solo, "liip In Hip Dorp" ..Will jinMon
I ml son?, "Vinus oil Vre M. Snittbuit,"
Bill.ul, "Micelc O'Connor" timei Mcllimli
I'nil souk, "VI.i III ow v fl ibc" ....(Jpiip C'oi;rnM
llalhil. "Inl for t'mlaj" 1M ml W1M1
llin snlo, "hinir ot Hip WimN" ....tint .lolinon
I ml soiic, "DoitiK M.t Doolj Onti"
(ti mil I'm lie. "IrKPml of Ibr Ui'lN "'
("ChiniM of .Nniiniml'.")
Mc iifilncui. lobii McNully
llnbltli Dill i-iion-.
Miimi il skcti.li . .VImm-i, C'liiniiiinc? aiul rrn-.sin
The entue compauv will meet for
diess icheaisal in Meals' hall .Sunday
Army bai racks on Prke street, un
der tho dltcctlon of Staff Captain No
ble, divisional officer of tho Pattlmoic
and 1'nnl PoniiBylvnnla district. The
public is invited to intend.
Awnided First Prize,
Thomas I. Lai kin, of West Lacka
wanna avenue, ti student at Niagara
unlveislty, was aw aided llist prle In
an oniloilcal contest at the college
locently. Tho itvvnid was nutde by lit.
Itev. Itlshop (llllgloy, of tho Ifllffalo
Mr. t.aikln Is well known hero nnd
Ills inaiiv ft lends will he pleased to
leain of his success, lie has appealed
lu public hero oil vailous occasions.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Events of This Evening.
The tJle.iiieis' society of the Simp
son Methodist I'piscupal chunk will
condiiu an enlet t.iinment and lie
cieam social this evening.
The St. Maik's Mission band will
hold a serial on the chinch lawn this
evening, coiner of Washburn ana
Pom teenth snoots.
An indoor moonlight daiue will be
Kiven In Meais' halt this evening tin
tier the nusphc-s of the icgul.tr 1'ii
dny night class.
Special setvites at the Salvation
A Short Story on
For Ladies. It's summer time, with many warm
days. Neckwear is really the dressiest thing about
My Lady's street apparel this season, and there are
so many sorts that are positively uncomfortable
when the mercury bobs up and down between the
eighty and ninety marks in the shade, that Dame
Fashion has had to come to the rescue with new
ideas and pretty fancies that fill the bill perfectly as
to style, while they afford the wearer all the coolness
and comfort that one could wish for.
That's Surely Good News
For every woman of fashion, but If you want to fully
realize the boon that is now offered, you'll have to
come to the store and look the latest line over for
yourself, as we can't begin to tell you about it.
The New Trimmed
Stocks, with Buckle
Attachment, are a sensible novelty ' that rarely fails
to win favor, while Automobile Ties, with fancy
edge, are also popular.
Then There's the
Lovely Wash Neckwear
In Piques, Crash, Lawns, (all colors), Fancy Lawn
Ties, with polka dots, etc. In fact there is no limit
to the assortment of new Wash Neckwear, while all
tht favorites shown earlier in the season may still
Specials for Saturday :
Fancy and Plain Sheer Tuckings, 29c
'x Fancy and Lace Stripe Tuckings, 50c
Both are worth at least one-third more.
The lenulns nf the lute .Incob l"nuin
felker vveio brought here yesteiday
fioni fame- ami aie now at tho home
ol Mahlon I'ltiunfclkcr, l'.M North
Bioniley avenue. The f uncial will
take place this aftc-inoon at ".'ISO
tlairy fJnll. of T. 1. Pi lee'n bin her
.shop, was called to his home in Voik,
fa., yesteiday, by the death of his
Matthew fhnmcrschlod, of T:.','
Hampton stieet, lccelve wind yestei
day that IiIh team and butcher wagon
was stunk by a sttect car at .May
field and thq ill Ivor was .slightly lu
jtlicd. The alaini of flic from Hnv :!1 yes
teiday afternoon was caused by a
.slight bhte on Ninth stieet, near
.fackfcim, In an old bain. The dam
age was slight. In lespoiiding to the
the. tile Coluniblu's team became un
manageable on Main avenue and the
dilver had till ho t mild do to keep
them from 1 mining nunv,
The St. l'aill'H Pioneer cotps lesuuied
(billing In St. David's hall last even
ing, under the dltcctlon of Captain
.John Mm ray. Then- was a huge at
tendance. The Ladles Aid t ha liter of St.
David's lpl"copal cliuiih met yestei
day afternoon and listened to an atl
dicss liv Mis. Kveiett on the fund be
ing l.tlsed for the purpose of extending
home mission woik In the diocese.
A jniing son of Mi. and Mis. Peter
l.aisou of Washburn hUoet, had his
leg caught In a wagon wheel on Wed
nesday and the member wus badlv In
j ti led. Dr. D. .1. .Tonkins, of Jackson
stieet, is atctndlng lilni.
Divld If. l'vnns, of Academy stieet,
.sailed f i om Now Yotk on Wednesday
for a tiip to the old country.
Patmlmnn Klah Peters resumed his
duties jchteiday, after a ten davs'
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Long, corner
of Tether place, gave a pattv Wed
nesd.tv afternoon In honor of their
daughters lirth blttliday aniilvm-
Thomas s. .lones, William E .lohns,
'William Maish and Albeit Lewis havn
lotuincd home fioni a successful fish
ing ti lp.
c'hlldie.i's day eseicises will be held
in the Waslihuin stieet Piesbvteiian
chui ih .Sunday, June nth. Special
music by oichcbtra morning and ov oil
ing. 'I he .iunioi eluistlan L'ndcavor so
lielv of the Pl.vmouth Congies.ttional
dim ih will lepeat the (antala of "Lit
tle l!ed Hiding Hood" at tho dmich
nel Tuesilav evening. An lie cie.tm
mh1.iI will lie held alter tho pctfoim
ance. An infant iblld of Mi. and .Mis
Thomas Mel'iavv, of I'rtJJ Pi Ink sheet,
died vesleida.v ami will be bin led this
afternoon in the Cathedial cometeiy.
An nnjnvable social session was held
last evening at the looms ol the
Young .Men's Cluistian association on
South Main avenue.
William Lewis was held in $1,1)00 ball
-estoida.v bv Police Magistiate
Davios, on chaiges of assault and battel-,
tlueats, , ti , piefened by his
Owing lo the failme nf the oflkeis to
put in an appeaiaiue last night, theio
was no meeting of the West Side
Cenlial Hepubln.au club
Patiolmaii .fames tl.tit shot and
killed a mad dug on Washbtiin
stieet jesleidav, which caused con
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
QREAT FRIDAY AFTERNOON SALE.
JUNE 7, WOt.
THE BIG ARRAY of specials that we have spread out before you on this page for today's selling represents I
as gooa a programme as we nave ever oeen aDie to gainer tor
Our Great Friday Afternoon Sales
There is not an item in the lot that does not represent a reduction of less than 15 per cent. Some reductions
are a quarter of regular price. Some are as high as a third off. If you have never availed yourself of these great op
portunities, do so today.
Sale No. 1
IRfea J '"HI
Begins Promptly at
The unmatched opportunities offered
in our Houselurnisujng Goods Depart
ment during our Friday afternoon s.ile
makes it possible to buy the most
wanted lines of goods at prices at least
25 per cent, below what you will pay
at any other time.
Read carefully today's unusual list:
CLOTIU'S LINI'.S Made of" the best qual
ity ot cotton. Ill ml v hialdcil mill well lln
islied, ,)0 leet long. You (.in buy' them .it
any other time at 10c. Fiiday, for
CLOTtftlS PINS' The kind that ou buv
In laige quantities evcty day at twice what
we charge dining this sale. Fiiday,
for one houi, 100 foi
Snlc No. 2
Begins Promptly nt
LAWN MOWI'IIS- You've boon waiting
foi an nppoi luiiity to buy good Lawn Mow
ets at tedtued pikes. It has eonie at last
This lawn mowei is woitli regulatly $!00.
li is tuny guaranteed, niieiy lliiished and a
good cutting machine. Fiiday,
A COMHINATION SALI Ol CHINA
PLATi:?" A laige assotlment nf China
Plates, I'l nits and stands; some aie C.uls-
bad, otheisate the noted Fiench make. The
pi Ices range lrom 10c. to L'.'ic. e.u h.
Friday, for one hour, each
ANOTHtnt COMBINATION SALH On
one of our spei lal Bingaln Tables will be
found a vaiietv of linos including Howls,
Nappk s, Vinegar and Oil Cruets, Sjiup
Pitiheis, Tias, Vases. Cake Stands, Footed
Howl Plats, etc.. not an article in the lot
wotth less than 1.1c, some as much
a.s 20i. Fiida.v, lor one hour
Net hiindav mot nlng a mission will
be begun In the Holy Rosaiy chinch
by the Domiuklan Fatheis of New
Yivk city. The mission will be held
for tvo weeks, the (list week for thc
woinen and the seiond week for the
men, with aw ctia mission for tho
(hildien. The following aie the
wock'h masses: On Mimday at the
usual hmiip, dining tile week da.vs
mission masse? ai .". o'dock ami aft'ei
the losaty, which will stall at S
n't lock. Short Institutions held after
B o'clock mas., and shoit .senium.
Hosaiy and sofinon at 7.1ft p. in. Sat
in day evening nn seimon will he held.
The houi.s for confession in the moi n
Iiik fioni to T and fl to 1J; In the af
ternoon at '!:'.0 to b, and In tho evening
7:::o to 10,
A benelicinl sodety known as the
Catholic Relief Is boliiR oiganled in
tills .section of tho city by OiganUei
L.uigan, ol .South Sciantnn. Hev. N.
.1. M( Manns, of tiio Holy Hos.uy
chinch, hits given the society bl.s eiu
iluLscment and It Is eiected that a
huge number of the young men of this
p.ut of the city will hcioinn chaitei
I.oial union No. 1 107. Hunnei.s ami
Oilvci.s, will inn their (list annual
OM'Ub.slou to Luke Loiloie next Tluus-da.
The PiovldeiK'o Pie.sbytoilan people
nnd their filend.s will this evening ha
the gucsth of the ladles of tho Aid Micl
i ty The ie( option w ill be lu the .social
looms, and ii veiy lingo attendant p is
nutldpated. Tho oictihlon in a ttllctly
hoclal functioii and Includes dtvei.sllleil
ftatuiesi, such ns a .spicy hlstmy nf thu
twcnty-oiic jcais of (ho Aid .society, by
Mi.s, J. It, Peck; taking our picture
while jou wait, by Ptof. Shad O.
(Iinphci'i tilnimlng ladles' hats and
bnnnetu, b tho young gentlemen, and
a lliht pilsp attached; Inhtiiuueiital
and vocal selections, Including a hung
by Hui i y Hinlth, and the boning of
ill Urate icfieshinents- Tho leceptlou
Is fioni S to II o'dock. Tho picsident
uf tho soiiety Is Mis.. J K. Smith.
The Koralgu Mlsaloimiy society of
me i-iehiiyieiian (lunch meets this nf
ifiiiooii wun mi. Thomas S. Moi
ot. Chinch avenue.
COFf'Hf: MILLS If ou knew how much
moie delk Ions coffee is when boiled lust
after gi hiding ou would not be without
a C'olTfo inn five minutes. The one we
aie going to sell on Fiiday Is the Holland
Heautv. The coffee pot is all metal except
tlie boaid that fastens against the wall;
nothing to get out ot oulei and tan be ad
justed to guild coate or line. The canis-
tei will hold one pound. Fiiday,
for one hour
ri.orn, jo.vas loncs sons' rhst it
Is not niton that nu i.in huj the best flour
made at -. pei tent, below Its legular value
For one hum on Iiida j mi will have that
oppoi lunlt.v. .lust to intioduee our icte
biated Minnesota ll.iidvvhe.il Flour we wilt
sell a tvvent-llve pound .sack foi,
HHUSS CiOODS A combination sale In
light weight Hi ess OooiK Tmpoited all
wool Challlcs in pink, light blue, nival,
(Irani, caidlual and lavender, ifcgular file,
value, also an all wool with satin stripe,
blue and white, led, black and laVendei.
All wool Slilpul Albatross especially for
waists, ted and while niivy, and white,
castot and white, and gieen and white. The
goods In tills ll.it ate woitli up to "2f-r
T.'c. Fiiday lor one hour OVC
AVALKINC, OH P.A1NY DAY SKIRTS
Hemembet tho last we sold two weeks ago;
well, these aie the same stj le. 'i'liev come
in medium mey, 0foul and black; they ate
the "-goto stvle with stiap seams. At'lHIO
thev i lie (onsldeied gieat value. " A
Fikkty for one hour Z'"t"
LACHS The mete mention of the fait
that we aie going to have a lace sale on I'tl
dav siitllies to (limit the tables long befoir
the bell i lugs.. This time it is Point do Pails,
Cieam and White Oilental L.ues tanging
in width fioni .. to ti inches. Fiiday
for one hour
KID CLOVl'S In 2-clasp and l-biitton
stvle alt shades and oveiy size except "'"i
theie ate slightlv soiled values up
to sl.OO. Fiiday for one houi
COItSIWS Vrui might iall them .i sum
mer coi-t bciaue they aie so light nnd
like. They aie made ot good qualitv.
uiiiiii in pniK, iiiuo ami while, ami .ue
shot t over the hips, Fiench pat
teins. Fiiday tor one houi
RATH TOWKLS Mado of the best qua'
itv nieached Tuikisli Toweling, it is exti.t
luge, nn asm es 11 by Ti, and under milln-
ai loudilious they would be che.ti.
at isi . each. Fiiday, one houi
TOII.l'T SOAP An exti.toi dinai y oppoi -ttiuity.
Hutteimilk Soap at ic. a cake It's
ilic genuine and never sells at anv time lor
les-, t'l.in ic thcie ,ne thiee cakes in a hot
and on Fndav we ate going to sell
them foi one hour, the cake
OLYCHItlNi: hOAP One laige double
cuke of Hose Beauty iMjcctine Soap, never
sells foi less than Scents. Fiiday tor
IinSIHPvY AND HNDHUWHAH Combi
nation t.alo L idles' lilue, pink and white
esls likely tiiinmed with lai e with tapi
neik, value l."jc. Ladicb' latiiy hose in llg
iii ed and veitical stilpes alwajs sell for 1'c.
pall. Ftidav, for one houi, our
i hoii o foi the vest oi hose
Snlo No. 3
Begins Promptly at
HOYS' SUITS Ho.vs' Vestec and Dotihle
fhoastod Suits; vesteo st.vle, open front,
doublc-biea.sted vest, !! to S .veins, 8 to 15
yens, lcgutar dnuhlo-biensled two-piece
style. The suits aie made of all-wool
cheviot In neat elfccls, colois aie plain blue,
in own and gicy, also plaids nnd chocks,
111 medium, light and il.uk colins. To
close the entile Hue of Jl.Tfi, $ nn and
l:i. Will hell them for one hour -t f
on Fiidny for Y 0"
Slllin' WAISTS-Ladles' Sliltt Waists
made of pel wiles and Inuev l.-wns with the
new style cntsli collar, In light, medium
and dark (oloi.s. Not a shirt waist in the
lot woitli less than i'Dc. Fiiday
foi one hour
SIIHSt!CKIH SKIHTS Mado of good
quality of socisuiker with unibiolla rutflo
and two additional small i tidies, good widths
and all length. Friday, for one j? gj
fHBBONS It would .seem as though the
ilbbon selling duilng the past few weeks had
(cnteied at the Client Stoic. We've been do
ing so much of it lately. Fiiday's offering
(onsl'ts ot All Silk, Satin and C.tos Gtalli
Hlbbon in a huge vatloly of colois. The
widths aie Nos. VI, 10 and fio, and the tegu
lar values -Oc, i'c. and .tjc. Fiiday
lot one hout
W'ALN PAPfUt We've ananged a special
combination sale of "Wall Papet for Fridyy.
Theie's 4 lolls lor tho side, .! lolls for (oil
ing and is .vat ds ol bonier. On Fiiday
we'll sell the combination for one LC-,
hour lor OUC
SllOHS For Dfie. the pair, for tho boy,
the gill or oui.sel In the lot will be found
Ovfoid Tics in all .stjles and sUcs; In
values that tango lrom $1 J" up to $1")0.
All to go for one hour on Fiiday
INFANTS' SIIOI'.S In black and tan, boft
sole, in button st'lo only, Fiiday
tm one hour
HOCKHHS We never get tiled helling
lockeis; vvhv should wo when wo have
siieh good tilings to offer. A neat and
elabouitc cobbler bottom pntlor toikcr, lu
genuine orvk and imitation mahogany
lluish, closely spindled baclc ami .inns, siil)
siantlal undoistoik, treats have genuine
k.itlier botliini either lluish. On
Friday tor one hour
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
Ii allium!; of Ilic turn, iutriil ot ru'hli, illi .in
flttiniiirirr nov ut ",
huln t. Milln, nf Caron I!;'Il,"c niiiit, '.l.i
lus Ik in (hlft link for Nipi rliitrmlciit kli ', "f
Hip l.liklnllini, In-, 1 1 'll itniilnliil In tin n.i.
ticii et i"lfl ml inliii n( tin fulelit iloHit.
ni-sit in Sir,intini.
llo I. (', II llu'cr Ins iiiic ti ( lulnti
spiliiss fi r a -li"it l i.i.
Mis fimc Hints U nini-li ill 1 1 1 1 inllnn
niitnr i i inn ili-iu it in i In me nn H i If Mlut,
.liniM Ihulirs nf soutii Mikih linl, i.liu
mis m rioul. liuiniil iri SU,tLii niitto un Milt
tin lut, i Renin; linns mid;
'Ilic I aili"s' Viil mill ol tin' I'ii li,i irrian
iliiiuli imt it Mm. i, s. i rn's tmliv
Mi-s Hiiiinn' I'ovki, if i licri sii
lull tl" W itllliWMI, . , i 11 IlKSlllJ
Jll IXllllllllI i-it ui.li l"llll ll 10.
for Hulialo to visit tho Pan-Ameiiian
ipositiou. on theii tetiiin they will
ictaido in South Sctanton.
to inal i'
Mi Minnie llllv, of I iioun iiniuo, is hnnm
finni IUliniiliiiipi' MMiiiini lur I lie Milium r i
Pr .1 vinriU I nullum, nf s-.xu , moili i,
vim !, s.oii'litiir tin1 iiiiiinir line Ml jiilmlij
fni .i lui ill.,' -w, ultli Iriuuls .11 l.aatnn,
I'rimiinii mil I'lilluMplili,
III nnlir In iinniri.'O Ilic ilisun lilni nt
(iiuii Iliiltro IiiIm'. No. ''Vl, linicii mlrnt Dnlir
I't Dili) IiIIiim-, lu llll lllllllll plnllililin, ;
'I. I Hill III'. Ijllllul I plil III In' .Itt.lllllll ll
It .ill wliiili i-, iliililul In u ininpilcnt jiulkT nr
iriiiiniitic in Ih tin must pcifut In unikln tiie
dlffrrrnt ilrgu i s if Hint nnlri,
llh Vlnuiui III s U r. vv bo his Hip cuo-t nf
(.inn IIIiIki' fiUnik, lift (.-liiiii fm liri' hone
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
'Ilio ilitril minimi mil rnih whli Ii is In lip liolil
Mi nil iv nlk'lil fm tlio lirmlil uf In.-i h Kitkiii
will lie in llih Un lull, nut J I .NnUM' lull,
a fl itrd in 3iiiIj I liliuni'
'I l.o iiu'inlnii nf tho nimril Cunt ((niiiinii'li'ri,
Sn. 'Jin, hnicliw if Malm, will imoi at II lit-nun'.-,
lull tlii- iiniliie.
'flip .IiiiiKir vUiniurdior "ill mrit for rdnainil
1 Ii 1 citiunK in (iiniunli hall
Pea Coil 91,50 a Ton Delivered,
to South Side, icuttal city nnd cential
Hyde P.nk, Addroiss nidois to J, T,
Shaikoy, I'Jli L'eduj avenue, 'Phone
FEDERAL COURT NOTES.
lieoigo SI. .M.itti-on, of f mulct spot t,
was adjudged a bankiupt .vesteiday in
the Ulstik I Fedeial ( (mi t loiut and
lili i.tso ictcind to Hcfcicu in i'ank
uipUy Alon::o I . "dome.
The bond ol the Kiist Xation il bank,
Helli'l'ontc, was Ilk d jesteiday with
Clcik f:. li. W. Soaile of tlie Dlsti k t
Policial com t. The tiualit'.ing bond Is
of 10 Stone avenue, died ostoi(iny at
hoi home. The f uncial aitangoments
have not et been made.
COLD TRUTHS FOR HICKMAN.
AN AGED COUPLE WED.
Ill II 0 aicnnj't ,f t,c l,lil(is ,1 ,P tll!0
I "Jul ill Wriiiipi.li)' pippr an irror ids mailc
in Ilic nuinlur ininllol in he toimiirrt fj ill
pJitiiuiil, It tliuul.l luip oul lift. nine .it Ilic
THE HOMLIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
i well as (he liaiulMimct, ami other
aio liivlliuf lo tall un any ilriwlst jml git
fico a trijl lioltlo vt Kii!i(' Ujkjui lor llu
lliroat anU Lun, a icnicd lhat U ifuaranticj
to euro and rcllcic all tlnonic ami Aiulc t'uuihs,
Ajthini, Urvndillb anil Cuwuinptiuii. 1'iiii. ,
Cotemony Was Peifoimed nt Holy
Joliu P.idden, aged seventy ycatsi. nf
South Sci anion, and Catheiinc .Mct
C.ibe, ugtd slty-flvo eas, of Hall
load avenue, wcie united in muiiiige
at 5 o'clock Wednesday afteiuoon at
Holy Cioas chinch by Hev, John
The cot'plc wcie attended by Palikk
Malmn and Hlliithcth lllggliiy, both old
people. Tim nuptials tutued inmh in
tciest In Hellevue, itud thoio with ,a
l.nge uttcniiniKu to see tho nuptial knot
After the icicinouy the pnty took
dinner a( the .Sciaulon Iioubc, and later
enjoyed a dilve around l.ako Hcianlon.
At midnight Mr. und Mis. l'addcn left
t.oi'is nhn'iv.i.ih:. t.ouis Keui-
ler, ot Philadelphia, aged 1.' youi.s, died
osteiday at the home ol his Msler,
Mih. Diiliiu, of rvnn aveiuie, whom he
ctiino to visit only bust Sunday, He was
taken suddenly ill on Vediiesda night
and though .sevoial ph.vsclans vveio
mininioiKii, nothing lould lie dune in
.save lib, II lo. The luiieial will be hold
Sunday afuiuoou ai .'..'0 nVIm k, with
iiitctmcnt In roie.-t Hill leinotoiy.
.MltS A.VNt: ltOWA.V-.MiH. Anno
Itinvau, wito ol Patilik Hoivtin, ile
ccanod, ami mother of P, T, Howan,
Hie well known painter, died Wednes
day altei noun, rimeial fioni the ics
Idoiue, ."it" I.u.euic stieet, at ti o'clock
Saturday morning, mm vices ut Holy
Cioss chinch, Hellevue, Intel liiout ill
THOMAS C'O.VHOY. Thomas Ciin-
loy, of :'-s Huiloi' stieet. Duiimoie,
and tmnieily of Olyphunt. died jostei
day, utlcr speial wookh' IIIucsh. e s
Miivlvcd l.y a wife and a number of
ihlldion. The fuuoial will bo held m
inoiiow nun plug at fl o'clcik fimu St,
Maiy'.s chui ih, Duiimoie,
Ants A.ArtfiAitHT ni:i,Mi;s.-MiH.
Maigait lli'lmi's r.led yebtoiday tit tho
Inline of hoi daughtoi, Mis-, lloniy
Till nor, of VI", Sundei.sou avenue, aged
St eai&. Funeial fimn llio house Sat
in day att unooit at l.JJ o'i loi k. Imoi
mcut :u 1'oie.st Hill.
MISS SAHAH STISOTHHHS. Mls-i
Saiab Stiothei.s, aged f.S c.us, died on
Wednesday at the Lackawanna hoi,,
pltul, afier a. lulef llliu.s.s Tim tcmaliis
wcio t ikon to Wilkes-Ham, iiuin
whcic tho tuueial will be hekl.
.MI'S. .loil.V HOWA.V-.Mij.. John
Howan died je.stei.la at liet home. 5.'J
Mciidkni stieet. Deietsed Is Mil v lied
by hop hush ind and four ehlldion. Tho
tiilici.il will bo announced luci.
MHS. Tl.'HUSA CON.VOH.S. Mis.
Teicsa Connois, wlfo of Peter Connoro,
The Indian Secictniy Tells Him Why
Ameiican Eirms Get Oideis.
A T.nndiiii ioi lespondent ot tho Now
Voik Tnbiiio wiites. I.otd ckmi
Ilainlltdii. the Indian hocietai.v, wlio
wan not piesont lu the house of i om
inous when Sir Allied Hiikmau, lou
setvalive. and foimer picsident of tho
Hiltish li on Ttado ansoi iation, on May
1', attacked Ahum ban built locomo
tives and biidgcs, has teplled lu a lot
tci lo Sir Alfietl Hickman. In p.ut
It is as tollow.s:
No piactlial engineer who lias vNlt
eii Ameiiian woikshops and lu'-peited
their methods of ptodiictlou and niaii
i.l'ailuic would for ti moment eiulotse
oiir assuniptlous, Their i oiiipoiltliin
Is dangeioiiH because they aie eiul
iinpiovlng tlicli pioducis, both in iiual
ily mid pike It alwajs Iuih been
the piuclko ot the boaid.s of iiianage
meiit ut tlie Indian i.tihoadH lo givo
pieliteme in all t licit lontiactK to
lliillsh iiitiiiiit.il tiiioi, ami that policy
has so piovalled tliftt up lo tho gtcat
Hi out cnglneeilng xtilke no hi tier lot
a i.illway loiouuitivo. win. ovci given
oulhldc of (bout Hi Until. Slum thou,
owing to llio lliltlsh woikshops being
blocked Willi woik, ccitaiu ol tho lu
illau i.tllway boauls loiinil it iiiick
h.ny, as loiomnlivcs nmlil pot be ob
tained hole, to plum a lew limited
in del s in Allioiku, I am icady to gho
all thu available kmkiiI.s com eiiilnsr
j vv Diking, (onsiunptliiu of fuel mid load
mailing puwet ot inese loemuoiives,
Tho o.nllor lopmts wimo uufiivmalile,
but when their wniklng was better
iindoi .stood, mid altuiations wcie made
to Milt the local fuel, a nuiikcd lin
piovcnioiu was nolle eil.ho much mi that
ouo couipaiiv wishes to obtain moio
engines nf hlmilai' tnusiiuctlon, That
Ameiican lociiiiioiivi's obtaliiod a foot
lug in India was duo to tho strike I
lefeiH'd io. Hut it, ns I hope, Hiltish
()( (midlives aie In Hie ftituie to legaln
their uiouopol) iu that vast sjmciii
of laltways Hiltish ciigiuccis must
piollt b tho hints and suggestions
thco icpotts lonvo.
Concei ulng tho liohtcih vl.tdiut in
Iiiiiinah. 1,01(1 tlenigo Hainlltou s.ijs
lho older was plaied with a Phllndel.
plila company bciauso im Hiltish
lb ins had mi thing like the h.tiiie cs
puicliee. In this dns.s ot coiistiui tlon.
The Ainci leans bid a lcss pike and
quicker time than .mi tompetttot. Tho
chingc in. nlo bj the lute supei visor of
thu louMiuctloii ot the viaduct that
the livetlng was detective was In no
wa hiippoitcd by a Mutcblng Inspec
tion. "The Bin malt Hallway Hoaiil,"
ho adds, "composed of tho most com
petent jallvvuy cxpcits, uie ssalUIKd
that the bildgo Is sound and i citable. "
l.md Cieoigo Hamilton also says
that If he .seotns to combat Sir Alfred
Ilk kmau's contention, it is not be
tause ho does not hen tily appioclato
ills object. They both wish to assist
in maintaining the snpiemacy of Bilt
ish ongiiioeis and woikshops against
foiolgn (ontiactois, He adds:
"Vou seem to think Hint oidet.s havo
onlv gone abtoail beuttise those who
gave them did not uudei itiiiul their
Luslness. I wish it weie sn The com
petition we have to lace is touiiilod on
something much moie lot inidable and
mine Mibsliiutl.il, Chemkal lcseaich,
tho i mil eiitiatlon ot i npltal, titnioiigh
toclmlcal iMlucatlou and Impioved in
dustilal oigaul.atious have made lu
iwent veins a Rioaloi advance lu
Anini Icit than heie It Is with the ptn
duct of those ( ombliiatlons, nnd not
with the assumed stupidity ot tho In
dian oflk ials, that the Hiltish engineer
has to lonteml So lar as I am i on
us tied 1 i an iindcilnke that piefcr
OIKO, unless tlie dllloioiice til pi Ice,
quality and delivciv Is oiy substan
tial, will always be given to Mulish
in ins, .May I not as; jnu, as u lead
her of the gieat stool Industry of this
eountiy, to (o-opoiate with mo by I in
piesslug on jour assoelatos tho neces
sity of mooting competition hi thn
fill me so as to ensiiti. that pike and
time of deliveiy vv it lie on the sklo
of lliltlsh piodiictlnn'."'
Chailes Hlottoiman Hlliolt, gnueiul
inanuger of the Capo (lovcnimeut iall
was, who aulvod .vcsleidny fioni
Cape Town at Southampton, vvlieio ho
was lutcivlcwcil by a icpiesontatlvo of
tho Dally Mall innicinlng his mission,
which is to piu (base uiateiial for
Smith wfikitu iallwa.vs, said he would
lomaiii lu Hngland for seveial wooks
and then go to tho Continent und thn
United Stales, He said;
"I shall devote special attention to
tho (iiulpmoiit of linn ow -gauge mads,
and, wliilo In tho Pulled States, to tho
electiic lighting s.vsteins. shall pie.
top to give Mritlsh inaniifactuiois the
ptoicionto If Ihclr tiMins and inatoilala
aio satlsiactmy, hut we must havo tho
best und (heapest equipment it Is pos
siblo tn obtain."
i infill rub inniiilii.- nip
m(,lil mil u, i pun of i
Mill. Ullll liuulllillL (.1 it III
i vkiiiiih uie- nut dun piitiiipint,, in
luil m lined in liiip il I in t I'iciil, ml I la'
'f the lljilj
I lo tht iiiiiipinli nf lho
1 UnlillliL' 1.1II0US fi'4.
in. in, iilmi mil nution
til 11 tt l ennli im.,1
i n llu li.nl In in ii
I III. Mill III III, l:
ImiKi in Willi.
"IV iluiin.i. lut ilu Hiiiifm lufnl Mrrloui
'li.un ill-. In ill iiuliijei pi ii jnu j,,,. JW ,ja
pitjiltcr il nn Inlil up ilal 'nllii-lc' and put it
in Ins pnikctV Nn ih ill. I ilut m'cii jou jit' ma
ttdft llnlH llllll'ril, ilut V, llOIKI ("
"Huh! ile n-ailur lie done do il tt ilii benln
cau.'i ihc iitowl him oil." ejj her hone. (Jin.