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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 15)01.
WITH A CHAIR
RICHARD H. WILLIAMS AGAIN
Thlse Time It Wns by the Continen
tal Mine Accldentnl Fund, Whoso
Treasurer Ho Hnd Been for Twelvo
Years Numerous Police r.nd Al
dermnnic Cnses Rev. Peter Rob
erts Htis Written n Book on the
Anthracite Industry Driving Club
Races Funerals Yesterday Other
The Continental Mine Accidental
fund tendered a retention to their if
tlrlns treasurer, Itlehnril 11. Williams,
nt St. Davld'o hall last evenltiR. which
was a pleasurable event In every Felipe
of the word. .Mr. William has been
custodian of the l'tind'H funds for over
twelvo year., and retired fimn the olllce
iceeiitly. An n mark of nppieclatlon
the niombois prcn'iited lilm with a
handsome uplioWiereil rocking chair
nnd n smoking set.
The pics'.-ntalioti sport h whs made by
William O. Jenkins, nnd was ably re
Fponded to by .Mi. "Williams. In his
Hunt report of the fund's standing. It
(bowed a balance on hand December.
IIMMi, of gl.l.'iK.T::. He collected during
the last term $1,371. ?.". making u total
of $2.ssr).4s. or that sum il,fi.7s was
paid out during the term, and there
lemnlneil on band .Inly ill, lli'il, a cash
balance of JU'Xt.TO.
The session was pteslded over by M.
S. I.avelte, and the programme Includ
ed (-elections by the William Council
(lice club, remarl.s by John 1). C.rlf-litli.-'.
William IE. Thomas and William
Jl. Kvims. solos by David ,1. Davis,
David ,lenkl!i.s and D,ild Stephens.
J'hr.noRraph selections weie also Riven
under the direction of Itlchard Jtlch
nrds, and lienjainlii llrlfliths icclted.
refreshments were served afterwards
by the committee In ohaigo of the af
fair. 15. It. 1 Inches. David JenMn..
William J. D.ivls and Itlchard Wood
yat. The prchcnt olllcers of the fund
are: President, Jl. S. l.avelle; secre
tary. Thomas Tarry; treastiier, Will
l.tm H. l.itis.
In the Circle of the Law.
The police, constables- nnd aldermen
were kept quite busy yesterday Issu
ing warrants. senliiR them and mak
ing ariests. and the day's iound-up in
i hided a, number of dn-ordoily charac
tne. The tlrs' ictim was John Coleman,
J?oe nd Almond Cream rfmofs
redness el the el,ln and oothcs th
pain rt sunburn in one night. Take
a bottle with j-ou en your vacation.
FOR SALE BY 0. V. JKNKIXS.
These, days: That is, we are closing out the balance
of Summer Stocks iu every department, without the
slightest consideration as to what they cost us.
We Carry Over No Goods
From One Year to Another
That's why each succeeding season finds complete
new stocks at the Globe Warehouse.
This Week You Can Buy
Else That's Summerish
So far below the prices asked a couple of weeks ago
that you'd hardly believe the goods were the same.
But they are and
Whether You Buy for investment
Or for Present Season's Use
The money spent will briug heavy returns in big
savings, and this remark applies to every department
in the house. Shrewd buyers understand this well
and profit by it.
of Me('ann' patch, who was abusing
pedestrians who refused to glvo hlni
money. Ills toute of hold-ups wan
along West Lacknwnnnit avenue, In
tho vicinity of the Jersey Central tall
road station. He will be Riven a hear
I tic: this morning-,
I'Ynnk MeOlnty. n onc-leRRed hobo,
who has caused the police much
trouble, was picked up on I.nzoine
street, for being drunk and disorderly,
anil will relate his experience In police
court this tuornliiR.
James .MfLoughlln. of 101-South Sev
enth stieet, teslsted Patrolman David
Davis, Tuesday nlRht, nnd caused the
officer much trouble. Ills whole family
Interfered, He wns arrested tiRuIn yes
terday .and lined $:'5, or ninety days In
William Maiker, of CIS Willow slrcl,
awaits a healing for desertion and
non-support. Constable Timothy Jones
cot ruled hlni on u warrant.
Claienoo Uenn, of Hampton wtreet, Is
awaiting a hearing before Alderman
Kellow. on a charge of nou-suppoi t,
preferred by his wife.
James lllaek, of Krlnk stieet, was
arrested on a wairant by Patrolmen
McCollgnn and Peters, charged with
keepitiR a speakeasy. He was Riven
n heailtiR last nlRht and lined $2.1.
"The Anthracite Conl Industry."
ltev. Peter Roberts, Ph. t)., n for
mer pastor of the Plymouth Congro
Ratlnnal church, has written a book
entitled, 'The Anthracite Coal Indus
try." which is now In the hands of
the publishers, and will be Issued for
sale in n short time. The 'introduc
tion to the work wan wiltten by Prof.
W. (T. Sumner. I..I.. D.. of Yale uni
versity, who says the book contains .1
groat amount of Information of the
The work deals wi'h the anthracite
coal deposits, developing of conl beds,
capitalization, transportation, mining,
management and Inspection, employes
and waRCS, Incidentals, strikes, union
ism, reclaiming the waste, nnd various
other phases of the mining Industry,
which are covered In a thorough man
ner. The book will be Issued this full,
anil the nibscrlptlon price is $2.:0.
Blnmc the Umpire.
County Detective Phillips, the cap
tain of the base ball team which
played ngalnst C.rlf. T. Davis, team at
Harvey's Lake on Tuesday, claims
that his team won the Ramo by a
score of II to 11, but the umpire
Thomas Mnschull, awarded the game
to the Davis team.
The Phillips team have a suspicion
that the Davlsltes "fixed" the um
pire, and were thus tliin-flamined out
of the game. Captain Phillips says
Ills team will stand ready to play the
Davis team. It they have to wait until
the next annual cut lug of th Loyal
Knights of .America to Ret justice.
This year's outing was the most suc
cessful ever held by Knterprlse lodge.
West Side Driving Club.
The next race meet of the West Side
Driving club will be held on the Kim
hurst boul"vard speedway on Thurs
day. August ;;, when a series of races
will he run, tho entries for which
must be made with C. C. Dcckelnlck,
of North Mnln nvenue.
Tho first race will he n, club race,
for members only, nnd this will he
followed by a trotting race for the
2.30 class, Then will come the free-for-all,
which pinmlses to be n "hum
mer." The closing event will be a
1 nulling race, In which several good
homes nro expected to participate.
St. Btendcn's Excursion.
The excursion to Atlantic City yes
terday of St. llrenden's council, Young
.Men's Institute, iind their friends, over
the I.aekuwnnna. anil Pennsylvania
railroads, occupied eleven 'passenger
coaches, each of which wns comfort
Nearly five hundred people were on
the train nnd nil reached their destina
tion without any mishap. The ar
rangements for the trip were admir
able, and in addition to n special bag
gage car on tho train there was also
u refreshment enr attached.
Tho olllcers nnd members' of tho
council looked ufter the comfort nnd
welfnie of their patrons, among whom
were many ptomlucnt people residing
between Carbondale and Wllkes-Harre.
Among the Scrnnton people on the
Clerk of tho Courts Thomas P.
Daniels, wife nnd children, County
Commissioner John Dm kin, Attorney
Joseph O'Hrlen nnd wife, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Peter Cosgrove, School Controller T.
J. Jennings, Thomas ICviinc. M. J. Mc
Andrew, M. J. Kltglbbon, P. J. Ultimo,
D. J. Heedy. Dr. Moylau, James l.ally,
(cargo Madlgan, William Price, wife
and son. Dr. Scnnlon, P. II. Durkin,
D. C. o'Hnrn, John Davis, Anthony
Hcnnlon. Ttlchnrd I.onergan, Kdwnrd
Mct.aln, Matthew Murphy, Peter Atul
laney nnd wife, John Hester, John
Mullen, Mrs. Patrick Murray. Mrs. P.
J. Muiray, Mrs, W. J. Tlerney. MIfscr
Kiln, and Agnes Murray, Nellie Mc
Anllffe, Mary Mulroy, l.oretta and Ocr
tnide Cannon, l.oretta Jennings, Mar
garet McAndrew, Maine McCann, Ag
nes HaRgerty, Ueckey Hurke and many
Temperance Reunion Postponed.
Members of the Women's Chrlstlnn
Tenipeiance union, Prohibition league
nnd other temperance workers will bo
disappointed to leain that the temper
ance reunion which was to have been
hold at Mountain park on Monday, An
gust lit, has been Riven up for this
The committee In charge of the ar
rangements cannot announce Just now
when the reunion will tnke place, but
will give out the date later.
Davis Inquest This Evening.
Coroner Uoberts will hold nil Impicst
In the Davis shooting case nt 8 o'clock
this evening In the Jackson street sta
tion house The murder nnd suicide
occurred on .Sunday evening nnd the
double funeral Tuesday nfternoon.
The case has attracted widespread
attention, but the Inquest Is not ex
pected to reveat anything that Is not
Two Funerals Yesterday.
The funeral of the late Frank How
ley occurred early yesterday morning
from tho home of deccuaed's parents,
on Railroad avenue. The remains
were taken to Hampton Junction, N.
J for Interment.
ilov. J. H. Sweet, D. D of Oneonta,
N. Y , formerly pastor of the Simp
son Methodist Kplscopal church, ofll
clated it the funeral of the late Mrs.
William Drnman yesterday afternoon.
The Impressive services were held at
the family residence, on South Hyde
Park avenue, nnd burial was made In
the Washburn street cemetery. The
pall bearers were Messrs. Lull, Hldge
way, Illgelow, Wrigley, Davis and
Handolph, Prof. W. W. Jones sang
three selections during tho service,
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Dr. F. C. Hall and family, of North
Main avenue, are spending a few
weeks at Lake Wlnola. During the
doctor's absence, his patients will be
attended by Dr. P.ayinond.
Miss Jessie Kellow, of. 407 Chestnut
street, Is visiting friends In New York
William nenjainin, of Plymouth, was
the guest of Mrs. W. It. Hughes, of
North Sumner avenue, West Park,
At the meeting of rlie Ladles' Aid
society, held In the new First Hap
tlst church yesterday, n large amount
of work was accomplished towards
furnishing the interior with carpets,
The annual picnic of the Plymouth
Congregational church and Sunday
si hool will bo held today at Nay Aug
A good-sized crowd accompanied the
excursion to Lake Lodore yesterday of
the Chestnut Street German Presby
The St. Joseph's Aid society, of
llelli'vue, will hold a picnic this after
noon and evening In Hellevue park.
A lawn social will be held this even
ing at the home of Miss Maud Koer
ner, uJJ North Lincoln nvenue. under
the auspices of the Itnilroad Auxiliary
of tin- Simpson Methodist Kplscopal
The annual oetirslon aiul picnic of
St. Mark's Lutheran church and Sun
day school will be rune to Lake Lo.
The Clinlal club will hold their an
nual clam bake at Lily Lake next
The past chancellors of the Knights
of Pythias will hold an Important
meeting In Masonic hall tomorrow
The excursion of the Diamond local,
No. i!l3, Cnited Mini) Workers of
America, will bo run to Lako Lodore
on Saturday, Aug, 24,
Oscar Oawald, of Cameron nvenue,
Is spending his vacallon at Lake
Work has been commenced on the
Knunet street sewer In the Klgh
A family reunion wns held recently
nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Setii
Wrigley, on South .Main avenue. There
were over fifty members pfLthe Wrig
ley family In attendance. The next
gathering will take place a year hence
nt the old Wrigley homestead In Fae
toryville. John Doyle, of Wilkes-Uarrc, Is the
guest of his sister, Sirs. John Lenl
han. of chestnut street.
Miss Alice Kvans, of nock street, is
confined lo her homo by Illness. !
Mliis Evelyn Kvans, of South Main
A SENSIBLE MAN
Would uie Ktmi' Pilum fnr the Throat awl
I.urji, It 1j curliu mor Cnughj, Coldi,
Aklhnia, llmncliltK Croup irvl all Throat and
Limn Trouble, than any ethi . mfdidne, Thf
piepiictor has uutliorUcd any druffhiit to clw
inn a S.uiiilo llultlo 1'rio to cumlnm jou of the
merit of IhU uicat irnitiU, t'rlie 2!;. and 00.
avenue, Is entertaining Miss Edna
Harris, of Wllkes-Harre.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Morgan Kdwnrds, of
West Locust street, have returned
home from a pleasant sojourn at At
lantic City. Mr. nnd Mrs. David
Kvans have nlso relumed home from
the city by the sea.
Mr, nnd Mrs. lteese, Hopkins, who
were nt Atlantic City, have returned
A valuiblo meerschaum smoking set
will be chanced ore by Howell & Harris
on Snturday, Sept. 14.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Hodson, of
Hand's place, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Vnnston, of West Locust street, en
tertained friends on Tuesday evening.
C. 1. Kern, of Scranton street, has
returned home from New York nnd
Frank Henore, of Scrnnton street, Is
home from n visit to Susquehanna
Joseph Uldgway, of Wyoming, spent
Tuesday nmong West Scranton
Hugh Jones has organized a gleo
club to compete at Lake Lodore on
Labor Day, Sept. 2.
Miss Mabel Owllym, of Lnusford,
Pa., Is the guest of friends In town.
Mrs. Tlllle Acker nnd daughters.
Until nnd Klsie. of South Main avenue,
have returned home from u two weeks'
sojourn nt Lake Wlnoln.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dershlmer, of
South Main nvenue, nro entertaining
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. niown.
Misses Lillian, Maud and Olive Plrt
ley and Annie Williams, of Hock
street, left yesterday for n visit with
friends nnd relatives near Hazleton.
Miss Kitty Hurke, of Luzerrre street,
has returned home from a visit with
friends In Olyphant.
Misses Kllzabeth Parry and Mamie
Davis ore sojournlnj nt Harvey's
Misses Jessie nnd Olive Ruinbnld, of
Pi Ice street, spent Tuesday with
their cousin. Miss Carrie Wntktns, nt
Misses Elizabeth May nnd Alice Lee,
of North Lincoln avenue, have re
turned home from n visit In Susque
Miss Claro Cecil, of Lako Hnpat
cong, has returned home from n visit
with the Misses Carrie and Phoebe
.Mrs. Frank Slote. of North Lincoln
avenue, Is home from Atlantic City.
Mrs. William Pipher and sons," of
Oarfleld nvenue. are visiting nt Port
land. Mr. Osman Hcers and child! en, of
North Hebecca nvenue, 010 at Provi
dence, U. 1.
Mrs. C. S. Do Puy and two children,
of Lincoln avenue, nro at Lake Sheri
dan. Miss Kva Kittle, of Lincoln avenue,
Is rilstlcatlng In Susquehanna county.
Misses Mary and Molllo Ford, of
Hiiighaniton, me the guests of thelf
uncle, Michael Gallagher of Twenty
Miss Edith Jenkins, of North Sum
ner avenue, Is visiting relatives In Kd
Mis? Hcssle Davis and James Davis,
of North Hyde P.nk avenue, are on
the sick list.
Alderman Kelly and wife, of South
Seventh street, will leave today for a
sojourn at Aldenville, Wayne countv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sullivan and chil
dren, of Fnlrview nvenue. are spending
their vacations at Ocean Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hrown. of
Lake Mills, Wisconsin, are the puests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dershlmer, of
South Main avenue. Mrs. Hrown Is a
cousin of Mrs. Dershlmer.
Misses Hebecca Hurke. of Ninth
stteet. and H HaRgerty, of the North
Knd, are spending their vacations at
Miss Jennie Davis, of North Hromley
avenue, together with a number of her
associates In the Tabernacle CoiiRie
Ratlonal Sunday school, conducted a
successful lawn social last evening at
the corner of North Hiomley uvcnuo
and Pettebone street.
The Salvation army held a special
service last evening, at which the
speakers were ltev. J. C. Wood and
wife, of the Christian Workman's in
stitute, of New York.
Patrolman Lowry, Frank Phillips, of
the city enpineer's department, and
others were enRagod last night in mak
ing an Inventory of all the electric
light poles located In West Scranton.
Michael Clark, of Luzerne street, left
yesterday for Coal City, Illinois, to
attend the funeral of his brother, John
Clark, who died there recently. De
ceased was a former resident of this
city and was well known here. He Is
survived by his vvlfo and two sons.
Mrs. Katherlne Durkin, of Luzetne
street, wns a sister of deceased,
Herbert L. Taylor, of South Hyde
Parfk avenue, Is spending a few days
at the Pan-American.
Sister M. Oneslmess. daughter of
Mrs. Alice Murphy, of l&Sl Jackson
street, is heie on a. brief visit. She
has lately been stationed at St. John's
m.sslon, Oklahoma teuitoiy,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warren, of North
Lincoln Hveiuif. will leave tomorrow
far Atl.mtii City. Hefore returning
they will visit nt West Dudley. Mass.
A well known young woman lost a
valuable ring at the funeral of the lato
Mary Jones on Monday. The finder
will please return It to 137 South Fll
more nvenue and receive a reward.
Dr. W. Itowiand Davies, of South
Main avenue, has recovered from his
recent Illness and Is again attending to
Ills large and growing practice.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES,
Marriage, of John Gallagher nnd
Miss Catherine McOovern.
Other News Notes.
Miss Catherine McGovern nnd John
Gallagher were united In marriage
yesterday afternoon nt 4 o'clock In St.
John's church, by Rev. 13. J. Melley.
A large throng of the friends und
relatives of both parties were present.
The bride was beautifully attired In
a gown of white oreandle, trimmed
with Impoitcd Venetian point lace,
und was attended by Miss Barbara
Manley. The groin was attended by
his brother, P. J. Gallagher. Miss
Jennie Hurke, of Old Forge, played
the wedding maich.
After the ceremony, the bridal party
took a drive to Klmhurst and Lako
Scranton. On their return a wedding
supper was served at the home of the
bride, at 1221 Remington avenue. Tho
couple left on tho 1.15 tiain for the
Pan-American. Mr, and Mrs. Galla
gher will bo at home In about ten days
when they will commence housekeep
ing In Hellevue, where a beautifully
furnished home awaits them,
Enjoynble Hand Conceit.
Ilss Mary Miller wus tendered a
very pleasant surprise party on Tues
day evening, at her home on Cedar
avenue, by a number' ul her friends.
BLACK or GREEN
Is Comforting and
If there be a means
of quickly producing a
feeling of comfort and
quiet satisfaction it is
by drinking a cup of
this delicious tea.
- ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Sold only In Lead ritekfit.
50c, 60c. nnd 70c. Per LI).
Excursion to (jjT
Long Branch $v
CJC Ocean Grove
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL,
Friday, August 23, 1901
r.rivp Prrinton at 1.5 a m. Th kcts gnod to
mum on or before hopt. '.'ml.
The evening was enjoyahly spent by
tile guests, who presented Miss Miller
with a heautltul fan. MI.-S Mary Mil
ler presented her with a magnllleent
bouquet of carnations and evergreen.
At a late hour tho table was spread
and dainty refreshments: were served,
niter which the guests departed for
their homes. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Dorsey, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mayer, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip H. Dewilde, Mr. and Mrs.
Stncke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav A. Miller, Mrs.
I'Ynnk Transac, Mrs. Josephine Prlte,
Mrs. Tlllle Roberts, Mrs. Clara Mai -Ronnell,
Mrs. J. M. "Warner. Miss Mol
llo Shunk, of Klinirn, .V. v.; Miss Pes
sle Dorsey, Miss Mary Louise Miller,
Miss Katie Wheeler, Miss Ktta Tores.
Mr. George Transue and Mr. Strause.
TOLD IN BRIEF.
lYank Kuhlmnn, u farmer, of
l'Yenehville, Susquehanna county, was
arrested on Cedar nvenue Tuesday
night by Patrolman Christ Itnse.
Kuhlmnn was drunk and was raising
u disturbance, when the ollicer took
hlni in charge. He was taken to the
station house and was fined $t yester
day by Magistrate Storr.
Miss Kllima Stevens, of Sterling,
Pa., N the guest of Miss Minnie Xeuls,
of Hickory street.
Local union Xo. 1331, Cnited Mine
Workers of America, will meet at
Novi3kys hall this evening.
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Much Excitement at a Constable's
Sale Yesterday Enjoyable Band
Concert Last Night,
There was much excitement yester
day afternoon in the hotel inn by B,
Atlas, on West Market street, when
Constable Clarke, of Alderman Kelly's
court, attempted to sell tho barroom
llxtuies at constable's Mile. The sale
had only proceeded a short time, when
a cash register owned by Harry Chap
pell, and leased to Mr. Allah, was put
up for sale.
At this point. Attorney Dawson, who
represented Messrs. Atlas and Chap
pell, objected to tho sale of the cash
register, hut Attorney Murphy, who
represented Clarke, told the constable
to proceed with tho Mile. After a lively
discussion, Alderman Kelly, the nnly
bidder In the place, bid Jl.'i, and while
the auctioneer was making; the tale,
Constable (iaike hustled out the side
door to a nearby livery, wheie he hired
a buckboard wagon and landed the
cash register at a place of safety. At
torney Dawson will begin proceedings
against Constable Clarke us soon as
possible to recover the lost piopiqty.
Last evening the Provident o .Silver
Cornet band gave nil open-air concert
at tho corner of Prick nvenue and
West Market street, and nearly a thou
sand people enjoyed the music. It was
the first nppeaiunco of the band since
Its organization, teveial months ago.
Tho concert began at S.::o o'clock,'
opening with a very attractive and up-to-dato
piece, entitled "Triumphal Post
March," by C. K. Corry, tor which the
band received a hearty applause. The
band Is composed of i-onie of the best
Instrumental players In the valley,
some of whom have played with lend
ing orchcstrnH of this city.
The programme rendered was as fol
low: "Triumphal Post March" (C. K.
Carry), "Coonvlllp Cunnlets' March"
(A. J. Weldt). "Seraph Waltz," "Solid
l'ront Match" (II. C. Miller). ".Schot
tlsche Comlquo" ill. C Miller); selec
tion, "Champion;" "Tab' of the Kan
Karoo" (Gust.tve l.uders), "Iroquois
March" T. If. Losey): seienade,
"Sweet Dreams" ill, C. Miller), "Four
paiigh'u Aggregation" (Gem go South
weel). Tunoral of Elias Buvbnck.
Kllas Hurbaek, ion of Mr. and Mis.
Joseph Hurbaek, of Green tired, u
JONAS LONQ'S SONS.
The opportunities to
buy seasonable mer
chandise under price
has been taken advan
tage of by many money
We aim to make the
store as interesting in
August as at any other
The Soda Fountain
is always running.
The Restaurant is at
your command for a
lunch at any time of
The Waiting Room
and the Second Floor
is open all day long.
If you are a stranger
passing through the
city we will be pleased
to check your package
or grip at the Bureau
of Information thus
making sight - seeing
more of a pleasure.
Jonas Long's Sons
Back it We
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In Other Wards, ft No Gusher "Gomes in"
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. .' tor to
M, J, RUDDY, Fiscal Agant, Williams Building. Scranton, Pa,
The return of your money In ca.i; no gusher Is brouzht In is guaranteed by a bank
Jrlvor at thr Van S torch slnpo, was
liiURht botwewi two tilps ut i art. t-t-tenlny
and. ho proly Injiiiod that be
hroatlipil liln last .shortly aftor t li'K
Tho rlof of the parents ainl elutlvin
Is luoloiiiul, atxl they lime the tym
jmtliy of tho whole nelKhborhonil Tim
funeral vlll take jiliti p Siituidny after
noun from IiIh lato home. Services will
he In charge "f Hp . W. l- navlcn, of
the .Memorial Hainlut church. Inter
ment In tho Washburn xtieet ceme
tery. MENTIONED IN BRIEF.
John .NU-.Mahon was commuted to
the county Jail Tuesday pvpiiIiir for
beliiB Implicated In the hlRhvuiy rob
bery committed on .Tamos I'orlejs. At
the hcartiK before Alderman Saltry,
McMhIwii did not deny belns with tho
other two inoii when the crime was
commuted, but did deny having any
hand In tho deed. The other two who
vveio connected with the crlmr will
bo arrested ns coon as ' possible, n
tlioy arp known by .Mr. t'iirleta,
Lloyd li. Cornell, of Kdim avenue,
and .Miss Kmlly Iteed nie Hpptidlin;
their vacation at Asbtity l'ark nnd
Harry .Manteis, of Lackawanna, Is
vIsltliiK Charles .Marlatt, ot Diamond
John Vlpond, of Holllster nvonitr.
Ii.ih letiirned home, after spending .1
few Uuys In Nuw Jei'bey,
JONAS LONG'S SONS,
Many people who had
Manned to buy carpets later
n the season have been buy
ng carpets during this sale.
We think it a wise thing. Do
you? A few prices by. way
Inarain Garnets 25c
Ingrain Carpets 30c
Tapestry Brussels 70c
Tapestry Brussels 85c
Bigelow Body Brussels, ir
Innntllc nnli, ii.iml r..tA
.....,...., ,.ij, usual fm-c f
$1.35- August price.... 1 .UU
All kinds, many new patterns.
Smyrna Rugs, 30x60, $1.98 (I
Smyrna Rugs, 36x73 3.50
oinyma ruigs, o 11 x q 11.... 12,00
Smyrna Rugs, 7 It 6x1
cio ft 6. 19.no I
Smyrna Rugs, 20x12
Ruffled Bobbinet Lace Curtains,
with lace inserting and edging,
usual price f2.bq. Aug
usual price $5.98. Aug
Imitation Irish Point
plain centers, usual price
.$1.69. August price...
Ruffled Stripe Swiss
made with a 5-inch ruffling, ready
to nang. August price, a
Tapestry Portieres, fringed top
and bottom, in two colors, red and
green, usual price $349.
August price X.J
All-Over Figured Repp Curtain,
fringed top and bottom, usual
prico $4.25. August n
Jonas Li's Ms
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4uNLCM Vr!"".l & strl.lnm fao rultln,), I nit. ..top..
J a,..l..-OirDNiriiOrttiu.Kn1 for Sworn Tr-.tlmoLLP.hv
irloln.trr7 mMjl.sl and .l.,lrlril fraud. H.all.a pipT.T
a . a -..--. a, ,,,,,.,., a, 4
THE ANNUAL MEETING.
Dhectors of Bonrd. of Trnde Reft.'
Estnte Company Elected.
The nununl nieetliiK of the stockhold
ers of tho Board of Trade Heal Estato
company, which .iwns and manages
the board of trade Iniildnis-. whs held
yesterday afternoon In the office o!
Secretary D. i:. Ailieitun
The follow Iiii; board of diieciors was
unanimously cle.- ed: captain YV A.
.May. Conrad Schroeder. T. H. Wntklns,
.1 W. iiiiein..ry. I ir. I.. M. dates, J.
TV. Oak-ford. A. IX Pean. C '. David
eon and Dr. I). U. Hand. The directors
will meet in a few das to elect ofll
ccrs, Lichty's Colory Nervo Compound
for all nervous illHranea, meuralgU,
iheiiinailMii, hi rvotiK debility, paraly
ele, lilllmisiie.'is, dyspepsia, costlveness,
pIleH, liver lomplaint, kidney trott
bios and teni.ile complaints. It ropj
to the seat of tho dlsouie and cures
ihorouiihly und speedily, Sold by Sl.u
.how Uros. .
p n J4 1 1 2i
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w -i .-.nr uu.r.vi.n o rar, iim n, , M'ri)i
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