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TinD SCKAJNTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1901.
-healthy cow-fcd In wt clover
fielda-with tunning woter-alted In
the mllU from which U reduced
I)t. Hand I'hosphated Condensed
Mill: Thejr re never fed anything
but the natural growth of rich nan
ture land, l'or lulldren's food or
for table use
l the most valuable of all pre pared
. - ......i.!,,., ilntti frett
milk. The addition nf several body 'I
building elements innur u ciiiivn
lent to a diet r whole wlient-pnr-tlculnrtv
valuable for Infanta mid
trrowltiBchildien and hard wotkera
of brain or brawn -mil
ns n irstntn
ttv- fnr np.ntr tfonp nnd invnllds,
Booklet eni ny ma
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DR. HAND CONDENSED MILK CO.
: CITY NOTES j
iiiist n.viTAi.mv imiu.Kn. tv rnt lut-
lal'on was put thiniish a (ioncic lilll al Hie ar
ninj latt niitht by Lieutenant Colonel Millwell.
f.t 11.11 Mi:i:'IIV;.--ihe Women' cuild ol St,
Luke a parish Hill hold iU insular monthly
nurtiiie on Weihioidiy afternoon in t o'clock,
l'leai note llio tlunse in the home.
MI01' IN IIAMl.-.lohn Dowdcll, of Lee court.
Hint liiiii-rl( in the hand last nlsht white o.nlinK
A iciohcr. 'I lie bullet w.i extracted :it the l.ji k
aicanna lw-pit.il hj llr. P. 1'. fiun-tci.
M SHU M lldill. KMTIIMIIV 'Hie i:im
l'aik iliunli miipI.i.i mhool will minim t IK an
tral eiir-ion to Mountain pok, ihinl.ii. .Inly
II How Hue. foot laccj .ili'l i'.i.-o bull mil be t tie
fctluus nl the dty.
1IKI.I. i:ii Kli(ll .l.ll..-.lohn fieiiily. of
Auhh.ilil. ihaiKcd Willi bii.ikliii; inlo .1 Pell
wale and llud-nn freight -.ir, was released liom
Jul icstida nn 4,:n b.ill furnished befmc Jtiilse
.1 W ( .iipcntcr by Mill 1 llaltui.
IIWH II As MiiVllH. -The ihtiUdilh reuiment
b-inl I i.i - moved it hc.td'Uirlcr.s limn the renlral
ty In Ihe rirw mtioii, where a pcii.il mom
Iihsi belli J."litird a. 'I In' iitunlx r nf muii l.un
tii I lie nriMtiii.itioii U bciu.' rli'.ulil, .luijmi'iilul,
tluce men bcinc woin in McMul.iy.
iiii.ii; iini i:(i.iii:Mi;vr.-ihe c i..
ImiowIcs niilic-tra will play their fliht encise
mem .Inly I .it .MniiiiUiii p,uk (r Hie .mi.iit
Onlci' ul llnlnii-. 'Hie niul i.iii nf IIiik nujiua
tion an- .ill well knnnii Si i.mlnniiri', wlio h.ue
bun bcinic the publn many yiain.
'M( MITIiiN'N II wis neieKiij to inn li.iin
n ,i ..n ihr 1..U kiv.inn.l Million i iween Ni w
"In HTirl Itlltbllo III IWO -CttintlS HmJ II Jl ll III 1.1 .
linn np -i r.irii nn the fitt and Mieii nu th"
Mi.mil aeitlnn whin thev pji.eil llirouulr r,in
tin Mintlur luxe mmd horn New nrk H i'
putiil mn loil.ij.
I).. 1. W. V lli, 'Ihe li.l.iwau., I.aik
n him ,oid i'i.iti. ininpjn, will make their
t,..i .Inly p.i.- .n Inlliin-: t'liila.i Ainnil.ili',
Am liiut'lox, Hli.'. llalUteiil, Hunt, I'i'tlelinu.-,
Wo. Iianl ilin.ir Vnliliilil, IMIrtiie, It.-I1.'.
Mie wa-heij, llii-bin, I itusr.i. Cnntinnil.il, Dl.i.
!! nd, lii.ininml w.Hii'ii, liine, Hiuiplmi, lljin.
tn w.i.lin; llnhliii, li.Mlc I'aik, M.iil.llli1, IK
fi id w.i-lieri, I'.Mie, tin, Slmn and 'l.iilui.
I.VMilllTICV ( M V. II.
A ll.iiiiiJ, nt M linimc, weie
iu.'I lunkiiipt. in tne ili-triit
anil iimji r.i-e titerrul ti Itetoni'
ll.iin ami :.
m ll.iukrupti v
M II MiT.ICKOII, nl vlllll'lll..
Ill I'lpp. Ublll, IlUn llleil ,
Henry W. h.ippe.
pelilinn in bank
i, nl t'.iili.ln, will
Iteliiiv W . I'll I. Ii
iliri UU t'j.e.
i II and the .in
B. I. A. NOTES.
llio bn.w t Hip lln" lndiislii.il a..niuli,m
w .1 li.ne Inn auipiuv pmiea Ihn miiuhm r. 'Ilm
ti'-l (Mlly Will leave nn .lily II, I llirtlimr nil Hie
Kill, the mi nml uil,v will Iwif on the l.illi and
1 lot n mi the '.'Hill.
I Im i.iuip will be liui I fil al I.uki. lb nil,
slaplenihul, and will be (.died I'nnip Hi my Ikdiii,
p Ihe buys ale In luv the u-e nl thiei biuu,
two nn thn hike iiml nne in Hie b.ithinz I.
'I hi' I mi inii'.lil to h.iu' , nhe lime, with Hi,,
b. N. swni'tif, hatlilii, pnnl and irniiueil,.
m-n.inU. tin in i mini nf Hie i.iuip ami Mi.
lln n' ai.Ulnn the ft, I. A. will be i Iiim'iI ti"ii
July I) In An:;. ''
Vh.t ulilri'-vil l.i "V 11. Cuien, .VO
lliiuimav. I'lillidilplua," and m irked fiom the
Im d pnMufriip, May II, w.i ii'nti'idiy lelurned
lure linin Hie dun letler nlttie. It k tueieli-k-emd
"eur Heuiied Mutlnr," and ionliJeialih
ililtliu'i.i n hews llierefoic inioiinleird in flmlliia;
I lie under.
'I'wo tiiiu, nent l.xikini: mill waenin bae been
lidded to Hie riiiipiiiriir of the local pmiufflcv
nd alitaij;' put intu ten In'.
POLICE AND ALDERMAN.
Thnma Sn.nlir. arieded Mmiilay night fur
iliunkennew and dlwrdrrly inndint, at Hie mm
plaint of hi wife, b. Mtceant It. ff. .lonen and
ratrolinan Ploal, was lined $.-i jeKtrday inornliiR.
Ailelpli II. Slrnh', .ure'ert fer Hie laueny of a
diamond ring In New York city, w.n iein.inrl.l
for a further hearing and may he taken lo the
Kate l'errl, who w,i arnaled wlille a i lin
in a rather peculiar manner, wa iIIhImikciI fmni
n:tnily by Jlaclflrale Howe,
Patinlman Hum jeitenlay allcni'o.m aiieleil
a man who wa uratlnir a dUlurhanie ,n. the
laikaninna Mallon and look blin lo the ('(titer
etreet police atatlon. Ilclore beine anejled tin.
man (.truck the rpeclal nllhrr at Ihe nation.
Before starting on your vacation,
Fend your name, occupation, address
nnd date of birth to W. 11. Booth, i'Ol
Wi Commonwealth building, nnd ie.
telve rates for $1,000 to $2,000 life in.
urnnce, good for two, threo or four
Mahon's Shoe Store 328 Lacka. Ave,
will be open late this evening, to ac
commodate their customers for July 4.
NEW SEAL FOB THE RECORDER
Seal for the Olty Hat Not Yet Been
Tlic now seal for the recorder's ofllco
was received yesterday. It Is the same
design ns the old mayor's enl, the
centrepiece being n it presentation of n
eonl breaker mid a triiln of curs. Above,
this lire the words "fleeorder'H Olllce,"
and on the outside lltn of lite seal these
words appear: "city of Seranton, Penn
sylvania, Incorporated April 2.1, ISfifi."
The new second-class city seal, which
will he the ptoperty of the city clerk,
1mm not yet been prepared. The "rip
per" bill provides In part for the womIh
that shall appear on It. bntjenves the
general design to the originality of the
cltv oillclals. only providing that It
shall be approved by councils befoie It
becomes the legal seal of the city.
City Clerk l.avelle Is spending some
thought on the nature of the design
that will be placed on the preat seal of
the city, and when be has presented
the result of his labors It will undoubt
edly be very natlsftniory.
WOULD NOT PAY THE FINE.
Journalist Arrested for Trespass
Does to tho County Jail.
Charles Hemming, poet, Journalist
and social economist, was yesterday
sent to the county Jail for ten dnys
by Aldermnn Millar, In default of a
." line for trespass.
Mr. HeiutnluR was arrested by a
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
special while In the yard near the
car shops. He did not deny the alle
gation, but contended he had u right
there. When the alderman Imposed a
fine he refused to pay It or allow any
of his friends to pay It for him, pre
ferrltiK to ro to jail that he nilKht have
ground for an action for daniHKes for
JURY IN THE MAYBE CASE.
Will Pay a Visit to the Cftrluccl
Deputy Coroner O. A. Wlllinuis, con
ducted nn Impiest In the West Side
station house last night to Inquire
Into the death of Night Foreman
Joseph Mayse, who was killed In Cnr
lticcl's stone yard last Saturday morn
ing. Three witnesses were examined,
Charles Cooper nml Tony Morrlsco,
laborers, and Angelo Varesto, the fire
man, none of whom witnessed the ne
ldent. The jury after much delibera
tion decided to adjourn until 2 o'clock
this afternoon, when they will visit
the stone yard unit acquaint them
selves with the location of the machin
ery by which Mayse met death.
FUNERAL OF MRS. O'MALLEY.
Solemn High Mass of Requeim at
The funeral of Mis. Mary O'Malley,
of Seventh street, took place yesterday
morning fiom her late residence. A
solemn high nriss of lequlem was cele
brated by lU-v. J. .1. Orlllln. Hew H.
O'Hyrne io deacon, and Itev. Miles .1.
McMunus, sub-deacon. Following the
muss. Interment was made In the
The pall-bearers weie C. (J. Inland,
Patrick ISnttle. nf nttston; Thomas
O'Malley, l-lward Netvcomb, James
Henley and James Duffy,
M'ANDREW WAS DISCHARGED
No Evidence to Support the Allega
tion of Harknoss.
P. J. MiAndrew. one of the strike
leaders who was arrested yesterday on
a warrant sworn out by A. Darkness,
charging him with using violent lan
guage im the street was discharged by
When the case came to be heard
Darkness could not substantiate his
BATHERS IN THE PARK.
Three Men Arrested by Park Police
Park Policeman M,cN'amnna, yes
terday, arrested threo men for bathing
In the "basin" jus: above Nay Aug
fnlli". within the limit of Nay Aug
They were taken before Magistrate
Howe and held In their own recog
nizance to appear In police court, this
I'lnti) Kietihmh's Mauan e. 2
The cost of leilnlng kerosene nil Is
paid today ftiun the despised sludge
acid which used to foul our rivets and
harbors. The old waste of the slaughter
houses brings In as much today as
tile tlesh of the animals killed, Nature
has waste products still waiting for
nee. Prairie wire-grass was one of
these. It is now made into handsome
furniture and fuinihinus. Corn-stalk
pith M made Into lilllngs for war-ships'
hulls, to close water-tight the holes
made by an enemy. Kind a substitute
for the clastic Para itiiiiier, ami your
fin tune Ih made. Celluloid and oxidized
linseed oil are fair substitutes for some
imi poses, but nothing has yet been
found that possesses the true Cla.MIc
properties of rubber from Para. There
Is still "nothing like leather" for shoes,
but the Inventor may tlnd n substitute
to his prollt,
AMATEUR BASE BALL NOTES.
The I lull tume between the cr.uk Straiilon
nine and the Ciihnniljle Cresienln. whlci will
be plated al bake Lodrne nl the Fourth nl .luly
ciurinii, li.ii uttiaeled the attention of Ihe in
Ihniii.K all aloiiL' the valley. A Iuii'Konii' Kohl
pur, will u'd to the winmr. Sirantnn i m liit
iI.kk shape iiiul prouibit to make It Inlcli'-illii;
for t'nlmnilile. Hie hitler repie-entatliea have
hluh lingua nf litniy and ilalm that iinthlns; If
win ry ins Ihrm enpi Hie heat, wldili statement
Si union ban nnwricd by faylnc thai the .ilmoa
pheie will hcionie eien liuitir for tlum before
Hie saiui' half mer. The name will miniU o
liie inniiiu. Sei.inton' lineup follow: I'hll
llpa, i.ilihn; (irilhn, piuliir; farnn, horttnp;
'liinmaii, find bae: t'oletl, anond baie; tl'lledls
third bav; Ilarrett, iliilit field; Sehlairer, led
fleldi Kami, lenler field.
I'leilellik K. Niece
lliwle II. Wllll.lini .
.I.iiui .1. Md'ann ...
Annie b. Malum ....
...lixri Diikiou avenue
'I In nop
HO Stone atrnue
M5 Ili'l i h l 1 oct
.'il.l t'hettnut meet
Aiitoulu.i Yuialonli 1M9 lliown'a court
Marlln II. t'onk b'-l Ninth street
l.uurtf.1 lalwanU ,...:7 IMwanU loiirt
Mitin sviiiiknwrkl Olyphaut
.In.-lilin (ialhi Oil pliant
I'irilerlik aar '" Mone avenue
Anna Lena Hotkey , MO Mnne aienue
Ami Kraiiat U rilibahl Mni't
JiMiic llairl &! Arihluld ttriet
Open l.ito this evening.
nil dny Thursday.
shop will be closed
I Smoke tho I'ovonn Se clfii"
SHIRT WAIST AS
A COURT DRESS
BIO CORPORATION CASE FOUGHT
IN SHIRT SLEEVES.
Hearing In tho Rocky Glen Equity
Suit Conducted with the Attornoya
Parties and Witnesses Coatless
and Vestless Decision in Luzorno
County Which Has a Direct Bear
ing on tho Local Issuo Arthur
Frothingham and Annotto Rey
After n number of continuances the
parties to the Hooky tllen Injunction
case got together yesterday, before
Judge John P. Kelly, In the torrid
main court room to settle their dis
pute. It was ti very warm proceeding In
more ways than one. 11. A. Fuller, of
AVllkes-Harie, who with Joseph O'Bri
en and J. K. Hurr tepresents the de
fense. Is a rather sarcastic sort of man
at limes nnd yesterday was one of his
times to be sarcastic. The attorneys
for the plaintiff were K. C. Newcotnb
and .Major Kverett Warren.
With the consent of Judge Kelly a
majority of thoe In attendance at
the dial appeared In hlrt waists.
Among those who were thus attired
were Attorneys Kuller, Hurr nnd War
ren, George A. I.ee, ex-Senator M. E.
McDonald, officers of the defendant
companies nnd Miss Annette lteynolds,
treasurer of the plaintiff company.
The hearing was In substance nn
elaboration by testimony of the uver
uients In the bill of Injunction and
the defendant's answers.
l'AHTiKS TO Sl'IT.
The plaintiff Is the Hocky Glen Wat
er company, of which Arthur Frotlt
lnghain Is president; Annelte ltey
nolds, treasurer, and William Froth
Ingham, secretary. The defendants
are the Seranton nnd Northeastern
Itailroad company, the Council Park
and Speedway Street Hallway com
pany, the 1-aeknwnnna and Wyoming
Valley Traction company, the Central
Valley ltupid Transit company, the
Wllkes-llarre Street Hallway company,
the Transit Contract company and
Contractors John It. Lee and Joseph
Page. The defendants nre virtually
the new rapid transit trolley company
now engaged In building an air line
between Seranton and wllkes-lwrre.
The contest Is over a tract of land
In Moosle on which the railroad com
pany hns located a right of way and
the water company a reservoir. The
lailroad company claims It was on
the land first and that It holds it by
right of eminent domain. The water
company denies the railroad company's
right of eminent domain, and alleges
that at all events the railroad com
pany did not proceed regularly to ex
ercise such a right.
The railroad company was chartered
May 2, 1M0O. and at a meeting of the
hoard of directors. Nov. 11, 1!Um. locat
ed a route from Seranton to Pittston,
which Included a right of way through
the land In question.
WATKH COMPANY'S CHAUTKH.
The water company was chartered
In February, UiOI. and dedicated a por
tion of Its tract for reservoir pur
poses. This portion wns across the
right of way of the railroad company.
The land In thnt vicinity owned by
the company wns about one hundred
acres In extent, l-orty acres of It
was laid out for the reservoli. It was
owned by Miss Keynolds nnd deeded
by her to the water company, of
which she was treasurer.
The water company proceeded forth
with to make surveys and clearings for
Its reservoir. In the early part of
May. the contractors for the railroad
company came along with their men
and began clearing and gi ailing for
the railroad track. The water com
pany came Into court and secured a
preliminary Injunction on May 2.1, re
straining the railroad company from
continuing the alleged trespass. The
company made answer to the effect
that it had Mdzed the land under right
of eminent domain nnd located Its
loute thereon four months prior to the
organization of the water company,
and that It had tendered the water
company a bond to Indemnify It for
the damages it would sustain by rea
son of the selxuie. The railroad com
pany also petitioned court for a rule
lo show cause why the court should
not accept the bond for the company,
the company having refused It.
The taking of testimony was begun
at 9 o'clo'k yesterday mi rning on the
rule to continue the preliminary In
junction, restraining the railroad com
pany from persisting In Its alleged
trespass. Nearly the whole day was
spent In hearing the plaintiff's side.
A. !;. Stevenson, civil engineer, tes
tified to making the surveys for the
water company nnd Identified the map
showing tract, the reservoir and the
proposed line nf the railroad, extend
ing about twelve feet Inside the breast
of the rlani.
William Frothingham. secretary of
the water company, Identllled the min
utes of the meeting of May 20, 1H01, at
which the reservoir was located nnd
Arthur Frothingham, president of
the company, testified to the formation
of the company, the neiiuisltlon of the
land, the location nnd dedication of
the reservoir site, and that the pres
ent site of the reservoir Is the only
one available on their trad. He also
swore that no Indemnifying bond had
been tendered him for tho water com
pany by any representative of the de
fendant's, nnd thnt ns faV as he knew
no one had tendered any bond to any
body connected with his company or
made nny nttempt to agree on n price
for the property.
MISS HKYNOIaUS, THICASl'HHH.
Miss Reynolds, treasurer nf the com
pany, gave similar testimony. She ad
mitted, however, on cross-examination,
that a short time befoie the Injunction
wns Issued some one followed her
around town with a bond of $1,000 to
Indemnify Annette Reynolds for iliim
uges nccrulnir from the seizure of the
land In ijuestlon. She refused to accept
the bond, becaime she did not own the
The defence opened at 4 o'clock with
the presentation of the articles of In
An Earnest Effort.
Our effort in every respect is
to make this the "People's
Bank." If you are interested
call nnd see us,
corporation of the Scrnnton nnd North
eastern Railroad company nnd the let
ters patent Issued May 28, 1900. C. V.
Houghton, ivecrelnry of the railroad
company, then took the. stand nnd
Identllled Ihe minutes of the meeting
of November 22, WOO. at which the
route of the railroad wns located.
The last witness of the day was W.
F. Mattes, chief engineer nf the rail
road company. On cross-examination,
Major Warren secured from him an
admission that the route as originally
laid out nnd adopted by the dlrectcrs
of the company on November 22, W0,
was not exactly tho route that was
being . followed by the construction
gangs now. The englneeis, he admitted,
bad made slight changes.
lJKFKNSR WILL VHK IT.
The admission wns not an lundveil
ence or unwillingly made, it Is under
stood It will be used by the defense In
explaining how the route now being
followed does not coincide with one
marked on n. blue print furnished
Arthur Frothlnghain early lu Febru
ary. At adjourning: time, Major Warren
was urguing that liecause of the
changes In the route adopted Novem
ber 22, liioi, this adoption falls, nnd
with It must full the claim of the rail
mad company's entry upon the tract
its of that date.
F.speclal stress will be laid on this
contention, It Is expected, because of
the fact that the Luzerne courts, on
Monday, dismissed the Avoca rase, In
which the railroad company's right of
eminent domain wns assailed.
The order uccompnnylng the dis
missal reads us follows:
I.uerne Count), w., Ilnioitgh of Aioca, v. the
SiT.intnii ami Nottlie.iitirii Railroad Company.
t'pnn minion tn continue preliminary Injunc
tion. ouiint or cornr.
Nuw, July 1, liml, alter hearing upon Ihe
linn mot inn and belnir ol opinion that the em n
tiat aieiVment of the plaintlfl'a bill, iz: That
the respondent i procetilint: to con.Huct and
InleniN to oprrate a atreil paaienger railway
ri.nti.iry to the power, riRliU and tranihlei
conferred upon it by the chatter, I not tut
tjlmd by the eiuleme, the motion to continue
Hie preliminary Injiimlioii i iltnied.
Ily the coutt,
ffpnrKP S. fcrrls, JuJce.
The hearing will be resumed at 9
o'clock this morning.
CONTRACTS NOT LEGAL
Itecordor Connell Has Caused Notice
to Be Served TJpon Those
Who Hold Them.
The city Is likely to have some liti
gation on Its hands, because of the
contracts entered Into by the city dur
ing the time James Molr watt recorder.
These contracts were awarded by the
recorder and the heads of the proper
departments without any authorization
from councils, save that contained In
the appropiiutloti ordinance which
made cirtalu funds available for the
When Recorder Connell entered upon
the duties of his olllce he took up this
mutter and satlslled himself that the
recorder and heads of departments
could not enter Into a contract or take
any of the preliminary steps to do so
until councils passed an ordinance dl
rectltiR such action. While councils no
longer have the rlsht to advertise for
bids and award contracts, they must
nulhoilfce the ailvet'tislnir for bids and
awarding of contracts before It can be
When the iccorder reached this con
clusion he siiKKested thnt councils pass
resolutions intifylns: the contracts and
making them lejjnl beyond quet!on.
One week ago hist Thursday night se
lect council refused to pass such a reso
lution, believing the recotder and other
oillclals had exceeded their powers nnd
followed this up last Thursday night
by passing a i ('solution which brushed
the existing contracts aside and dltect
ed that new bids be adveitlsed for.
Councils having failed to ratify the
action taken by Recorder Molr, which
would have made the conttnets legal
beyond question, Recorder Connell yes
terday caused notice to be sent to the
porsons holding these contracts appris
ing them of tln fact that they are not
legal and requesting that the contracts
The persoiiK nolllled were the I.a-
Krnuce Knglne company, which sold a
hook and bidder truck to the city: the
American Fire Knglne company, which
sold a huge sieamer: the various firms
which sold llio hose, and the news
papots which made advertising con
tracts. A portion of the hose iold has already
been received by Superintendent .Izle
niillill, of the bateau of tires, accepted
and stored away.
Those having the contracts will make
n fight to hold the city to the contract,
the men holding lire department con
tracts alleging Unit tiny had City
Solicitor Watson's assurance that the
contracts were legal unit that the city
otlii litis had the light to enter Into
Yesterday's action on the part of the
recorder will bring things to n stand
still until the validity or the contracts
Is nseertulneil. The a wauling of new
contracts, as proposed hy the select
council resolution, would greatly add to
the coniplexed condition of affairs.
Superstitions Thnt Have no Founda
tion in Chemical Fact.
Attention should he paid to .the
suitability of food for special functions
lu the Individual. In this we nre met
at the first by an army of faddists and
theorists who have discovered special
diets for special purposes. The markets
are Hooded with these products: nerve
food, brain food, muscle food, nnd so
on. A common superstition Is that fish
Is a good brain food, ami that the eat
ing of meats has a distinct Ititluence
upon character, rendering the con
sumer more ferocious and vicious. Such
Ideas may he pleasant to theorists,
but they hnve no foundation lu physi
ological and chemical fact. There are
certain Inlluences of food, however, on
the organism which are well establish
ed: vl. thnt the use of a diet con
taining a large excess of sugars and
starches tends to produce corpulence.
The fin mer understands this piluclple
In feeding animals for the market, lie
would never think of attempting to
fatten a pig by feeding him exclusively
nlltogenous food, but be gives him a
food 1 ii'h lu starch, such as Indian
corn. On tho other hand, the wink
ing horse Is best nourished by oats,
containing n large excess of nitrogen
ous principle, nnd at tho same time
a sutllclent quantity of starch nnd
sugar to supply animal heat and en
ergy. Tho constant use of n muscle
tends to hasten the changes of tissue,
and thus high muscular endeavor re
quires tho food rich In nitrogenous
elen.ents to supply which inquires a
food rich In starch, sugar and fat to
supply animal heat, which all muscu
lar exertion needs In abundance.
10 very body's Magazine,
VISIT OF LACKAWANNA OFFI
CIALS TO BINOHAMTON.
Two Sites Are Inspected and Prefer
ence Made Blnghamton Peoplo
Are Confident the Shops Are to Oo
There and Are in High Olee Ac
rordinply Interviews with Vari
ous Mombors of tho Inspecting
Party Parlor City Paper Talks as
if It Was a Foregone Conclusion.
As slated In The' Tklhutie yesterday,
n number of the lnckuwannn railroad
oillclals visited Dlnghamton for the
purpose of looklhg over two site which
have been offered for the proposed new
car shops. In the party were Oeneral
Superintendent Clarke, Mnster Car
Rullder Cunfleld, Superintendent of
Motive l'ower I.loyd, Chief Knglneir
McKarland, Chief Draughtsman Mur
phy, (iencrnl Roudmast?r Nenfie, and
The party wns tin-1 ut the station hy
a speclnl commltt from the lllnghatr
ton board of trade and escorted ovtr
two sites, either oC which will make a
desirable locution. Knelt Is about one
mile long and one-quarter mile wide,
find either will be granted free of In
cumbrances, together with free wnter
facilities, The railroad oillclals were
nil favorably Impressed with Ihe sites
offered, and will make their icports In
h day or two relative to the advisa
bility of accepting one of the two sites
Supetlntetident I.loyd and Master Cnr
Rullder Canlleld netttrncd on train No.
6 ni 3.30 o'clock. The latter was seen
by a Tribune man. He said that both
tho sites offered were favorably located
In the south end of the city and would
be well udnpted to the company's needs.
He would not slate which one had been
decided upon, tin be thought possibly
that would Interfere with the plans
under way and Incidentally cause a
Jump lu the price of leal estate in the
vicinity of the place where the shops
may be located.
WHAT CAXFIK1.D SAYS.
Mr. Canlleld admitted that the pio
posul eulatgetuent of the Seranton
shops has been abandoned, nnd while
he would not admit thnt the work will
be taken away from Scinnton, he spoke
ns If his repot t on tlte Hlnghnmton
offer will he very favorable. .Superin
tendent Clarke has not yet returned,
and In couseuuence his opinion of the
matter could not be secured.
The Hlnghnmton leader of Inst even
ing hud this to sny of the removal
Tlut llio LncVawanm ulif.pi will lootr in tliii
city in now a fotcconc conclusion. Most of Hip
official of the road, under lhi pnnidint, werp in
Hie lily t lltn innrnlt i;. 'I heir r"pnrt to the irel-.i.-ni
will rtionimrnd tlil ily and Hilt plot o
ground l.iine Just i't nl Hip hect sim.ir factory
at luinx the rawt jilvnlaC',i' location for Hie
klion. Him npoit will ! Kiilitniltril to the prel
ilmt Juvt atnr the Fourth. He dotihtlfw .till
approve It, the l.inil will he purchaM'd and tie
cicitlon of the f hop will hri;ln in the (all. r'or
their ininnlctlon It will take aliont a year. Vt
the "ml of that time l.::.''l skilled mechanic,
width H Hie prenriit capacity ol Ihe Seranton
fliopi, will lie cmplcjid. A Chief Knglneer Mc
Tallin fta, that Hip tomp.in hhopi would hp
riinilii)atid here, the nunihcr will ho inucafil
to at leatt l,imii men,
At 10 oMoik till 11101 nhig the unperititriulenra
prii.ite ur. with a nuinher ol oillcial, aimed
at Hie I..n k.lwaniu Malloti. in Hie parly weie
Ceneul Nipeiinlcndent T. K. Claike, Oilif Kiim
neer . II. Mil'arlan, Supeiinti'iiilciit ol Motive
Power T. S. Moid, li.iieial ItoJihn.Hlir A. .1.
Neate, and Consul l.enrial Dnholn, of HalMcad,
(.'. .1. Phillip, Mipeiliitenilent of the IIiUTjIo
dhKlon, met the pally at the depot. Anion;
those at the depot who were inteicted In tli
location of Hie hliott here, atid who hail heen
-Veil to me, I the oIllcl.iN, were: W. W. Mwoii,
C. P. SiMUi, .lullii II. ItoeerN, (Jeoriie Kowler,
W. M. Milaan ami V. .1. McTUhe. Aller a a;en.
er.d inliodiictinn, Hip whole paity boarded the
private i.ir for Hie luet untar faitory to ltw the
When the paity reached Hie factory, I,. 'I'
Cintielil, master car Imilder, and In i hlel
ihansht-tiuii, ,1. I). .Murray, stepped olt the iei.il'
lar tialn and joined the ofikl.iU
I XSPKCTM) PltOPKUTY.
After till Ihe enliip party went to the piop,rly
owned bj the IMwin Lawrence e-late. llild I a
l.iiRe, welliiiltuicd (arm of about one hundied
in leu, extruding on liotli tiile of the tiaiV.
1 tie nftUfat I'oiifened together (or a wlille and
then all iiliiiiiid lo lliurihaniton. superintendent
Clark tinned eury one oer to Chief Mutineer
ih 1'irllu (or infoiiiiatioii.
Mr. Mi Tallin, when ;il.nl what all Iheiai Uiop
atrll at ion ni-ant. nahl:
"It mean Hie rniK.lldalhin o( Hie ma.
(hlne and car Mmp now at Siranlon and Koine
oilier pninl I do not wldi to mention at i-nuic
one point alone Ihe MMuil. Now, niliiil, I do no;
a,r llinghaniloii, Hut IliiiKhanilon look mo.t
favoiahle to me."
Mr. Mil'arlin was then al,ed when wntl; would
coiiiiiiini ' on the hiiiMing of the ahop, j( they
(atne at all. To Hii he nplied: "In Ihe (all."
lie could not he mole definite. "It would tale a
jear In enlliely complete Ihein," lie added,
In annuel- to the tpicitlnn a to the ot of the
ihtnce he Ihoiiuhl that Jnn,UK would he a ion
m-rtatlte ctliuale for the ereilion of the liup.i
and the lemoal of the uiai liintry to tliU illy.
"What will lie mur lecoiiiuienilation to Hie
plM' HI ." wa the direct quel ion next put
to him. He tald: "Our lecoiiuiieiKlatlou will
he that this I the licut location for the main
hp of Hie load and the lied bituateil (ur
eroiiomlial operation." Later he toluuleeiid Hie
informal I. m that llinuhauilon wa Ihe onh point
they wire coiislilrrltii;. Mr. Clailie said that all
wtie agreed to till leioii.miiiilatlon. lie fuither
ealil that if Hie Hiop could Im located along
the main line Ik Iween Hie depot and the riier
tin re would Le no ucaltallon ahout IiiIiikIiii; them
here. Hut, a I line weie not more than twenty
arret to he secured, that wa out of the queotion.
The file lielni; three mile (mm the depot and
the main janl of the city. Mi, Md'aillu Mid
would he .1 dranhail., hut not M'lloiu enough to
Klip the ahop aw a,
LAND nrUMDKD UPON.
The land whldi the nlfidal will leconuneml
for the location of the thop lie Jut weet of
the beet Kiitiur faitoiy. ,1. i:. linger- ha option
mi all the land there, no that thcie will he no
ill llnulty lu tecuriiij; It. Seienty to one hull
died aire la all that the company will need,
It I underntnod lli.it they wlh tevenly aire,
r;ul that auv aiMHimi.il land liny may nwil
will ho puiihaeil hy the l nail. Till land, whiih
will he leioinmenihil (or a lle, I owned L a
miuiher of f.iimei. Ihtwien Hie faiton and Hie
rlur are ITS auei, en whlih thrie aie option
ami twenty moi liclonijlith' In the ualei nun
inloloiiere, whhh Ihe i oiiiiiiI!oiicih will kiii1. If
needed V. .1. Mi Murily ownei elidity aii(.
.lem-e .loin, Nl; I'. S. Metcn. to, and W. II
Walklns, 20. The piohahle cot o sei iiHuk Hie
leiiniied amount ol land will lie In Ihe nolulil.or
hood ul Mm) per aue. Hut lhi iot h a uieie
haeatelle to all that the cil.i will leap liom
the etahllhimiit nf Hie hnp hue.
1'ie.hlint MiTliihe, of the hoaid nf trade, nyt
thai while lie ha alwayn fill innnilent Hiat tile
nhcpa would inme here, lie it now moie lonlldint
n'un ever. Ilia peiaonat opinion, he uhl, i thai
the rhnM will nunc to lllniihaiuton.
Jullii I'.. Ilogera m.ir Hut there I no 1oni.'r
any d6i,ht of the iitnotal of the hopa n Hil'iily.
Consul (ieneral Duhoit wa with Hie oflklaN,
looklni; alter the inlrrcm of llallitral. He made
the aiKiilfliant rrniaik: "When llio khop tome
I.) IHnRhaintnn I am confident that it will nuke
little dirTfiiiue with the tltuaiion in l.illtrai.
Tlie nlflciaU look lunch at the ArllnBlon, lca.
Inc at 1 n'tloik fur the wot. It n not he null
nllrr Ihrlr return fioui thla trip that the; will
lubmlt their icpurt to I'rrsidcnt Trucsdalc.
There is a difference in glass yes, a vast difference, even
in the lowest priced ware. Our line of Colonial Glass, plain
with large flutes or pillars, has a color and luster possessed by
no other pressed glass. In fact, it is more brilliant than most
Cut Ware. The line Is complete from a wine glass to a punch
Sugar Rowl 32c
Spoon Holder iac
Berry Dishes, per dozen.. .65c
Geo V Millar &
NO IRE DREAD OF
Full Set Teeth .$R 00
(Fit or No Pay.)
(Jolil Filling 1.00
Silver Filling 50c
You can le.oc jour older for teeth In the morning and set tin in In the ncnlns It di
alled. All work done hy giadnate d'nlliit of eipiriitiic and ability, and guaranteed for
twenty jeat. examination and estimate FltllK
Hours 8 to 8. Sundays 10 to ..
The White Dental Parlors,
Corner I.acUitwannu and Wyoming Avcs., Over Newark Shoe
Store, Entrance on Wyoming Avenue. Seranton.
Largest Dental IMaMMimoiit In the World,
New Stock Just Arrived.
All styles, from the $i.oo
Alpine Straw to the
Don't forget we are head
412 SPRUCE STREET.
Try Our Special ioc Linen Collars
SPECIAL THROUdr. CARS
TO THE SEASHORE
D.uU' (Lxcept Sunday) Via
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY
Leave Seranton at 8:55 a. m. for
Long Branch, Ocean Grove, As-
bury Park, Belinar, Spring
Lako, Soa Oirt, Ac.
Itetutnlni.', leave Point I'leaunt at 11. S3 a. in.:
Ppilne l-ike, 11.47 a. in.: Ilelmar. II W a. in.:
diury l'ail. and Ocean ime. I2.r, nmni; lout
Munch, ia.2 p. ni. .rried ut Siranlon at 7 .V,
p. m. Till will be kepi up (or the entire eaou,
e-prcialU (or the aiiommoilatlon ot (ainllle, a
II will enable ihwcinjen lo wiuie and letam
comfortable eeat ilutln I lie ml lie Journey.
THE SULTAN'S DAY.
Precautions Taken Against Poison
Abdul llatnldV iirugraiiitnt' fur tlic
day Is ti Jcmiiinl of cowiirillci-. hi',vh
Kuki'Iih P. i.li' In I'.vi'r.vliuily'.s Miihu
zljif. Hi" llsi'f liy tlvi ii'i'lock, for In
limits IiIm liiis Into lielpli'SHUHS of
sli'Hp, lit tiikf.s a mid li:i th -vapor
hatliH ami mnssnt! mlttlit teiliirn liln
poor fiUidi'toii yt't moif nml aflfi' llu
liatli coitiPM coffei' Mini (dKuri'tles, li.illi
niiidc In ills lui'stdirc and liotli lfpt up
all day lotiir, lit Is n vory busy man,
but his affiilrs ate mostly spies' le
lioils nml translation of foreign press
comments. The real business or state;
may iIiiik for months ami yeain. In
solidity splendor he e.ils KliiKerly of
his dinner. Imposing panes UrliiL' mi
the viand In solemn procession. The
plHles are under seal, Just as they
the viands In solemn procession. The
lsltrlien, by the way, If an arinouieil
box with lion shntets. The unmist
liner often nn!;s an attendant to taste
this or that, or uses the same jire
caution on the (logs anil cats around
him. lie suffers from stomach troubles
so In a few minutes the repast Is llti
Ished. Abdul retires late. Krom behind it
screen the Brand master of the ward
robe rends to liiiu fearful tale of
blood and murder. Ills sleep Is unquiet
.mil nervous. lie walies up frequently
and calls aloitil for company. Or lie
mounts to the roof and scans the
nelKhborhooil with a Klaus. If lie has
a bail dream, n sorcerer must come to
Interpret It for lilni. lie Is nfialtl of
the dark, .and Ills lesldetice Is always
as light as day. Often an orchestra,
plays till late to bleak the die.id silence
r night, and his guards miisl tramp
Incesantly. so that li can hear Ihe
footfalls, In times of trouble lie often
rock forl.v-elg-ht hunts without sleep.
Then follows a terrible nervous crisis.
An Instance was at the time of the
ecape of Ills hrnthf l'-ln-law. Oauviil
.Mahoud, to Ktirope. Ills raK'' over the
attention drawn on hlui iltirlnir that
affair knew no kouihIs.
The Steam Turbine.
Charles II. Parsons, of Ore.it Hiltaln,
whose experimental boat, Ttitbina,
demonstrated the successful appliance
of the steam turbine to the propulsion
of vessel.s, has promised to build a
ship to make Hfty miles an hour when
ever capitalists come forward to pay
for hor and his torpodo-boat catchers,
built for the British Rovernment, have
shown his ability to keep his promise.
Others have 'planned vessels tu be
Cream Jug 15c
Butter Dishes 35c
Fruit Dishes, per dozen.... 30c
Co 134 wJm,n Afenne
THE DENTAL CHAIR.
TlXrit KSTItACTKD and (tiled ahaolutfly
without pain hy on late scientific method. I VI
by im only We are not compotlnc with cheap
denial cl.ihllliMunl, hut with flrat-claM dn
tut at prices le than half that charged hy
them. Thie are the t.nly Pental Parlors In
Si union that have Hip patented appliance. and
Iniliicliinl to extract, till and apply cold erontu
and porcelain flown (tiudrlcitahlc from natural
ti (111 and warranted (or "0 )cara) without th)
leant pjcllck' o( pain.
Painless 1'xtracting Free
(.old Crowns $.1.00 to $5.00
Teeth Without Pinto $5.00
Twenty Offices in the United States.
It is now time to
put your winter cloth
ing and bedding and
you need something
that will keep away
There is nothing
better for this pur
pose than the Cedar
Chests that are car
ried in all sizes by
121 Washington Avenue.
ON LONQ ISLAND SOUND.
At mouth of beautiful Connecticut
river. The location, for health and
pleasure, Is not equaled by any re
sort alonK the coast. Kvery con
venience, all the best attractions.
Private Oolf Links, Fishing, tiath
litK, HoatlnK and Tenuis Courts.
The finest macadamized roads fnr
drlviiiK and cycling, through th
most charming country, swept by
the breezes from Sound and Hlver.
s'ever hot, no mosquitoes, no ma
laria. Superior rooms, table unsur
paBssd, Konwick Is two and a half hours
from Now York by train on tho
New York, New Huron and Hart
orU train to Huybriaok Junction. Six
fast trains dally. Opens June 27,
Kor fuither Information, address
J. K. Chattleld, Proprietor, Hotel
Jefferson, Union Square, New York.
LAKE WINOLA. PA.
New nnd modern, lleautltully pit
uated. I ."00 feet auove sea level. No
mosquitoes. Orchestra, tennis, boat
Injf. Cuisine first-class. Write for
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
Qfl AND ATLANTIC HOTEL AND ANNfTX
Virginia Ave. and rieacli, Atlantlo City, N. J.
Sixth year; aid heautlful I corns nnulie, elnglj
and with hath; hot and cold tea-water batKi
In hotel and annex. Location select and central,
within few ard-i of the Strel Pier, Orchestra,
Oilers fpeclal fpilng ratn. $12 to 15 hy wek;
i!.W up hv day. 8pecl.il latci to (amille Coachcj
meet all trains Write (or hooldet.
t'HAItl.KS K, COl'fi,
Atlantlo f'it. N. One aquare (rem beaeh,
New TS-room annex. Modem ap'polnlmcnli. I'n.
encelled lu-rvlie. Itale. hy the da.t, $1,60 and up.
ward. Ily the weel, S and upward. Capacity,
4U0, It. J. Oaboriie,
driven by electric niotois with power
derived from vapor engines. This Held
offers as great promise lo the Inventor
as the'other. With ocean greyhounds
making lailroad speed over the faro til'
the ocean, It is hardly probahln that
passengers could be nut-suaded to rtrie
beneath the surface. Evcrybody.'r
Mahon's Shoe 8tor
will he closed all day tomorrow, Jul.
i. Open late this evening.