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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, lOOl
LAW SHOULD .
REGARDING THE RUNNING AT
LARGE OF ANIMALS.
Lawns, Trees, Plants and Shrubbery
tn West Park Hnve Been Damaged
Sonsldei ably More Police nnd Al
dermnnlc Cases Fostofilce Notes
Another Speakeasy Rnlded Wil
liam Connell Glee Club Other
News Notes nnd Personal Para
graphs. The residents of Wot Park have
been annexed of lute by animals loam
Ins around through the streets nnd
gaidens at nil bniiiM of the da and
night, deMioving tieo lawns sliit.b
Iimv and plants, nml thev nto at a toss
to know wh.tt to do to abate the nuis
ance Complaint has horn made t the land
agent, hut he claims that It Is Impossi
ble foi liltn to do nn thing, ami tho
ptnpeitv ownois do tint Know what to
do to protect tholr Interest The oily
lnws In reference to the m.ittcr are
very explicit on this i)olnt and roads
Fiom and liter the pi".ue ol thl orlminrc
It 'hill li' unlawful fr n eron or prton,
comrinj ir lorpn HI. ii tnnmv or rimlt in;
h'ip. mill" or jiii l irr.l inliiiil I rlonsinir to
th'm tn run it lir.c uui the MrciK, ariiiic,
llej, Mum or public kiiuiiiN
It chill to the dull ot the chief of pMho to
prnWdo uch pvml or piund n he mi diem
reicr for the ttopir rnf nenirnt of the
onllnmop ne.iint nnltml iiiniilns n lirn. nii'1
the mivor ehill i inlnt m mini ninil ke-.or
i rnm If iipiirel, mut tci their -cmic then
fhill onl ieielc null I f m me nerelniltor
truldrd, Jn I the ill ti ill III no i it 1c
liable tor foment for miiIi enlic
It hill not I c linful f r im hoio riltlo,
r-hrep, colt" hop or mule to run it Ijitkc in
the trct or alien, or on the iiiiIiuIthI Iota
or Und ilhm tip ilti rvept ill tint pirtlnn
rf the Hit, vi ml nnd llilnl ml nnrlhot
of Uriel. firm, thu 1 01 tion of Hip Twelfth,
Nineteenth mid twentieth wircl i il ot toi e
aunue, ind thu i i"nn ot the Tnit hrt
wird northet of the llelmare, liikiwint i in I
Votrrn nilroid. an I an pen.on"rndini: in li
animal or tuilni.il. o running at luce inn pljie
thi lime in thf iu-loili of a poun I koepi r
Ihf pr.nr rj Irrprr liill rrielvp ii fi ininnlft
ard urcuirh Krp tlir mi- until Hie ownr
fhill pai to him 1 fio il l lor (Mill inlmil
lo ronHnrd, in 1 the rn r-an rponn (or Kfop
irt th fanip On? lulf of null f.o hill en to
thr pound Kffprr in I one half to the fi n
hrintrint In ut h inlnnl
Immrdiath iirnn trtiiMii; m inimil mtn
fr poun I Hie kefper i-lull nntifi the ihief of
f lirp and if thr fpr in I rnrc arn not paid
nithin thrre dija from Hip limp of rpppiiinij
fiuh anim.l tip I.ppppr lidll adiertle the Mine
ffr JjIc In two lulj p,peM f r tin Kim ot fiii!
Jtnp and Mmnnd Cream rcmnvej
ifdneM of the ikin and oothe the
rain of nmhurn In one night Take
a bottle nlth you on jour vacation
FOR fcALE BY 0. W. JENKINS.
It's the Saving That Counts
IN THE LONG RUN, THAT'S WHY
i in is ran
At the Globe Warehouse. Good bargains can al
ways be picked up on Saturday, and they're the
kind of bargains people of moderate meaus are
Not Many, but Really Good
Sums up our Saturday Specials in a nutshell.
See what you think of our little group of money
savers which go on sale Saturday morning and
continue throughout the entire day.
Regular Value, 25c.
Ladlef.' Stainless Black Hose, drop
tltoh and lace effects. All sizes and
rxtra well finished No more than
ihree pairs to a customer, at 19c.
Guaranteed Value, $1.00
All of. our Negligee Shltts thit sold
or SI.no Oast week, will go on the
Hargsin Counter for Satuiday only.
Choice of any hlrt in the lot for 75c.
Regular Value, $1.50
All of our Fancy Shirt Waists that
told at $lf.O. Jl 2S and tlOOeach. will
e thrown into one pile on Saturday.
The assortment Is good. Choice of
.he lot, 69c.
lai nut phall then oll the ild atiltml at pwMlf
aiiitl'n, and, .ittrr ninit imt, dp and px
prnp, flnll pai Hie lulinrp tn the tit treu
mrr for the ne of the nir In Huh no 'he
kcpprr iihi ihaiite the lainr frea i con'tihln
f. r adierll'lru nnd rale, and In alilitloii tlicicto
thr iwt of mhrttlaliiR In the nopipei
The aliof l.i w iniiMtlcM ample moans
for aliottlMK this nulMiince, and nhotild
bo rUldlv onfoueil. one of tho ptopor-
t. OW11PIK 8IPtlt $iO PtOlltI in havltiK
his lawn tptiacrd and It wan recpntly
lulnril bv town Anothor uitiRht a
hoi no tt.unplInK all over tho lot suvrrnl
nlnhts in .iucii'liin, and KiudPti truck
has boon tootPil up and dpsttoyod.
Prosecutor Wai Locked Up.
Andrew C.ivaloskl and John Tabotnlk
wpip nupHtpd list niRht for ctoatliiK a
dlitturbatifp tin l'rlio stitpt. It was In
the foiniPt k hoiixp that Mary Chappol
Kot In Unable Wodnpoiliiv nlBht, and
CaaiovKI hud a wart ant lsuod for
Hho was lockod up orlRlnally for bo
Iiir dt link and dlordPrl. When slip
was released Constablo Tim .loncs
sened the watt ant on her. When Hip
o.isp was ready to lie called, Tim
found that his piosivutnr was locked
up and tho cusp neccsmully winl ocr
At the Fostofflco.
Now elfins 1ihp Ihpii painted on thp
poptolllip window ji, whlih ni.iko a neat
Stippiltiteiulent I'hllllps epeets that
one of the new' tniupis will be ns
slRiiod to West Pi i anion
Can lei Cannon has resumed work
nftpr lib. acntien, and OeorKe Jones
Is off Substitute Shepherd Is In tho
Two Aldeimnnic Cases.
Mis HildRot AimstrnnR. of 1IJ Mor
ldldti stieet, was ntrostod last night
on a oh.itKP of koopInK a s-pcikeasy.
She was lined $25 by Police Magistrate
Thomas F C.irney.of IMwards i out t,
was aiiOMtod at the Instance of Alex.
Woispnfluo for an allonod assault. Tho
case was h".ud by Alderman Da les
and "he defendant held In bill
William Connell Glee Club.
The members of tho William Connell
Glee dub will moot in Iorllo hall nt
3 o'clock tnnionnw afteinnon to to
heatsu tho s"iections to be londeiod
at the Veimont eisteddfod
The club expects to ko to Now York
and tin nee up tho Hudson iher to
Albany on tholr way to Voimnnt, nnd
will 5io .storal (one cits on route.
You Cin Wear Silk.
Fancy Silks, I. idles' Hlick Silk Hose,
Cioam tllk Vests, Men's Silk Hose, at
ono-thiul prke Meirs fi ll.igon
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Waco council No 41 rnuchtors of
Pocahontas will hold an Impoitant
meeting In lied Men's hall next Tues
d i oxpiiins
Aithur F Srhloll of North Hromlej
aeiiue Is at Atlantic Clt
Mls-s Hesie Das and biother James
Regular Value, 25c
Men's Grenadine and Silk String
Ties The coolest and mo anpio-
prlate watm weather Neckweai that
any gentleman can weai Nice assoit
nient on Satuiday at ISc.
Regular Value, $1.25
Ladles White Petticoats, made in
the newest models from best Muslin
and trimmed with double nounce, eight
hem-btltched tucks, etc. A marvelous
value for Satuiday onl, S9c.
Guaranteed Value 25c
We held the banner for Ladles'
Fancy Wash Neckwear Our 25c line
was the talk of the town, and tho se
lection Is still good Choice of It all
tomorrow- for Just 15c each
for Saturday Only
of North Hyde Park ftvenue, are on
tho flck lltt.
Miss IMIth Jenkins, of North Sum
ner imnue, Is the guest of ft lends In
Joseph Dais, of Ninth llrbeiin ne
hup, Is Mantling a few das at Lake
Ltd lei and Clents' 12'ic Linen ColHrs
for S cents; Men's 2"c. Tan Hose for
l'.'ijo. Meats & Hiikcii.
The annual nutlns of the Colonlil
dub will bo hold tnmonow at I.II lake
Atthtir nixnn, Hany Honnott and
Fled Klibj are siiendhiK few d.ijs at
the Pau-AlueiUau expoHltlnn
Albeit Foster, of Hyde Park avenue,
Is homo ftoin h tin da' visit to rtuf-
falo, Ninaia Falls nnd Canaila
M1js Oertrude Atklncn. of South
Main nenu. In spendltifr a tt n ilajs'
Mitatimi at Atlantic Cll.
Mls Kate Pfolffor. of North Hjde
Park axonile. Is the KU'st of fiicnds In
Nnith Tom nnd.1
Mls Satab Mifliiri). of FalrMew
aMtuie l mlnin mIiik nt Atlantic Clt
J(koph n howls, of Wi'shltiRton, who
lias bee'i i-fiendlnfr a purt of his aca
tion ut the Inline of his ninthet on
Wet Locust sttcet, will retutn to tho
(iipltal t inlii j
Fine all-wool Press Ooods nt less
than hnlf prlre. See our HiiiniuaRo ShIo
adlet tlsnii"iit. Mciisi Unpen.
Tho membeiH of tho Ladles' Catho
1U Menexoleut asFoclatlon of Hi audi
No 1,11 will hold a biskot plinlc nt
Nav Aut? park on TufMlay, August 20,
for their mcinbcis and friends
William V. lliltllths and wife, of
Ninth Sumner awnue, loft cstoidny
fat n li-lt with their son nt Philadel
phia They will also lit Atlantic City
nnd Cape Mny before thclt return
Mr and Mi". lMwnid W Tharci of
South Main menuo.wokomrd a daugh
ter at their homo yesterda
The Sundny sthool clnss in the tiat
flold incline mlslon of the Welsh Bap
tist chiiuh. taught by .Miss Fllzabeth
Thonns will conduit a lawn social at
1411 Swotland etreet on Wednesday,
William II Wilght. of New York, Is
visiting fi lends nnd rolatUes In town
Mrs J T. C.i inachoi and children, of
Ninth Ilromley inenue, hive letuined
homo fioni a month's lslt at Tan
neisille Geoigo James, of IJhlhloiv stioet. Is
convalescing fiom nn attack of tonsl-
Lndlca" Tailor Sult. Skirts. Silk
Aalst and Shlit Waists for a song,
Situtdny nnd Monday. Ments &
Mr and Mis Hart Hunan, of North
Iitomley nxentte, nio ontortalnlng rel
atives from Hronkhn, N. Y.
Will Lewis, of :nnn street, the
popular clothing clerk nt Painter Uros .
loivos toda for Philadelphia and At
Mls M.utha W. Mooie. of Hook
stioet, is lsitipg nt the homo of Miss
Matilda CI like, u most populir oung
ladv of Lotoi shire, N. Y.
Mrs i: I, Hertlno and d iiightor,
Helen, of Clevelind, O, are the guests
of Mr. and Mi. Seth Wrigloy, of South
Pomlrilok Ciiahnin, of Fvnnn street,
who was airestod on a waii.int swoin
out b Chief Hnbllng, ch.uglng him
with attempted buiglaiy. vias dls-
ch irged ostorday, thcio being no evi
dence agilnst him
Tho lemalns of the Hto Mis Marv
Ann T.i lot, who died at the West Side
hospital, weie taken In chat go estei
d.i by doeoised s daughtei, Mrs. Rob
ot t Riilioi tnn. nnd lomoved to the lat
toi's homo at Liekavvannn, from which
pliue the f uncial will take place this
You never honid of such prices as
wo nvnc nt our groat rummage snle,
f-atui'laj and Monday. Mears &
Much Interest Is being manifested In
tho West Side Driving club's races,
whli h will take place next Thuisday
afternoon on tho Klmhurst spcodwa
The pit ih.iniellors of the Knights
of Pvthlis hold a mooting In Maonlc
hall hist evening to go over the societ
work of the oider.
Mr nnd Mis AI. P.eod and family
nnd Mrs. Christian Fielder have le
turned from n few das' encampment
The Fh st Ritptlst church and Plvm
outh Congiegatlonal chinch people will
unite in union i-ei vices nil dav tomor
low at the Plymouth church Ttev.
S. F Mathews will have chaige of the
Hko Prosser, of Rollevue, who was
taken to the hospital Thuisdav even
ing, is suffering from a fiactuied
thigh His condition s not seilotis
The membeis of the Oxfnid Cleo club
will meet at 110 South Main avenue
Runda afternoon at 1 o'clock to re-
heaise the selections thev will sing on
Labor Da at Like Lodore.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Thomas Tigue nnd John McCrea In-
juied by a Fall of Roof in the
Gibbons Mine Other Notes.
Tlmmas Tlcue and John McCira
vveie periouch injuied b a fall of roof
In the nihboiis mines vesteidny morn
ing Tlgue had his foot badly crushed
bv a laie plei e of coil, while Mc
Ciea's Injuiles nro nioie i-erlnu. Up
was stunk on the head bj the heavy
link and lonileter! unconscious He was
taken to Dr J. J Wnhh's oflice In the
mine ambulance and after tho doctor
examined his wourdfi ho found that
one of tlu blood e.-.ol.s Kid been cut
by a Miaip pleie of coal. McCiea had
his wnunas dron-ed nnd was taken to
his home on Plttston avenue. His con
dition last evening wns reported ns
veiy seiloue from tho lo-h of blood.
Services over the lemalns of Mat,
tho 2-months-oId child of Mr and Mrs
Joseph Savannah, of River i-tioet, were
conducted In St Mnr's chinch of
terday afternoon at 2 o'clock bv Rev.
Father straub Inietment was made In
the Twentieth ward remoter
The funeral of Horda. the !i. months,
old daughter of Mi and Mrs Cooper,
who died Wednesday night, took place
yoMordnv afternoon nt 2 o'clock from
the family let-ldence on Bluh stioet,
and was largely attended. Services
wore hold at tho house. Interment was
made In tho Washburn sticit ccnietei.
You Can wear Silk.
Fancy Silks, Iidles" Black Silk Hose,
Crtam Silk Vests, Men's Silk Hose, at
ouu-thlul pike. Me.us & Hagen.
NUBS OF NEWS.
Ladles and Gents' 12'fcc Linen Collars
for E etius. Men's 23c Tan Hose for
12Vtc. Mears & Hagen
Miss Mary Kelle and Mary Lpftus,
of Plttston, are the guests of Mrs. J.
J. Walih, on Plttt-ton avenue.
Fine all-wool Dress Goods at less
m TBfl illlfl m
Is wonderful, hut cotfte it
Injurious to the nerves and
digestion of most people, be
cause of the cnftcine In it
The phosphates and hypo
phosphites added to Dr.
linnet's Condensed Milk
make cofec of actual food
value by neutralizing the
effect of the cofrrc drug.
(j DR. HAND'S a
Q PHOSPHITED f)
S CONDENSED 8
is the greatest of all nerve
foods and body builders. It
tastes like rich cream; gives
a delicacy o flavor to coffee i
makes it a refreshing drink
at all times. Dr. Hand's
Condensed Milk is best for
summer use. Always sweet
you don't need ice. Book free.
The Dr, Hand Condensed Milk Co.
than lm!f tiiice. See our Hiunmage Sale
acvoitlsomrnt. Moais & Hagen.
William nickoy. of Ulakely. Is the
gufM of Hdward He.'slngor, on Pltts
Ladles' Tailor Suits, fcklrts, Silk
alsts and Shirt Waists for a song,
Saturday and Monday. Mears A
Ho.vo with putt blowers are causing
great nnnojanco to pedestrians along
Cedar nvenue after nightfall
You never heard of such prices as
we name at our great rumnnge sale,
fniutcViy and Monday. Mears &
The funoril of niins rUubnok, the
young nnn who was killed In the Yon
Storch mine will take place this after
noon at 2 o'clock Services will be con
ducted nt the homo of his parents on
Croon street, by Itev W F Davles
pitor of tho Memorlil Hnptlt chinch.
Lneal unlnti, No lit", Fnlted Mine
Worker of A merlin, will moot in
Leoniid'i- hall at I o clock, to attend
th funt r.il In n bodv
Fine all-wool Dres C.nods at less
than half pi Ice. See our F.uinniage Pale
ad' eitlsoment. Meats & Hagen.
All news matter for The Tilbuno will
reielve pinmpt attention If left at
Divl-' dmg "tore, Main avenue anil
Market stioet. or at tho S. & S. smoking
pailois, Steole building.
Tho children of tho First Welsh Htp-
tiot church Sunday school will give an
Ice troam social In tho chinch parlors,
Monday evening August 10.
Ladles and Clents' 12Kc Linen Collars
foi r ctpts; Men's 25c. Tan Hose for
li'.c Meats & Hagen.
Tnmonow evening' the Hpworth
league will have, chaige of tho i-eivke
at the Piovldenie Methodist Hplscnpal
churih, nn necount of tho nbs?once of
the p.iMoi, Itev f! A. Cute. It will be
dominated a "Wc-loj" evening, and
tho vervlio will begin at the usual
hour, 710 o'i Inck Tho piogramme
piopated Is n moM excellent one, In
ducing a hort addict b J. H Arm
strong, a member of the Fpworth
lenguo of the Piovldenco chuuh, who
attended the Intematlon.il Hpwoith
league convention recentlv hold In San
Francisco, Cil A cm dial invltatlnn Is
extended to tho public to attend this
Lndies' Tailor Suits, Skiits, Silk
Waists nnd Shirt Waists for a song,
Saturcay nnd Monday. Mears &
Joseph Pet lion and Tiank P.aroma
vlch weie last evening held in $500 ball
by Aldeiman Fldler. tor attempting to
rob John Yasivige and coinnilttlnK an
assault upon him on Provldewe mad.
Iklwaid Moran entered ball lat
evening, before Magistrate Fidler. in
the sum ot $"f0 for committing an as
sault on Chules Stanton.
The Von Storch Aicldetit and Keg
fund will jui'i an excursion to Moun
tain Park, August J7 It Is expected
that tho fund will take with thim a
lai go ciowd.
Mies Ctiate Poiham, of New York
city, was the guest of Mlfs L.iuia
Hawker dining the past week
iou never heard ot such prices ns
wo nanip at our gicat lununago sale.
Satuiday and Monday. Mears &
Services In the Primitive Methodist
church, nn Hakst Maiket stieft, at 10 30
a m and 7 p m, b Itev. Di. Bile, of
Hoi man, the 14-months-oId child of
Mr. and Mis Thomas Hughes of Par
ker street, died Thursday, after an at
tack of choleia Infantum The funeial
ariangements have not et been made.
Miles Cilbbons, a student of Joffeison
Medical college, Philadelphia, who has
been visiting his patents, on Summit
avenue, left esterdny for college,
where he will icumo his studies.
You Can Wear Silk.
Fancy SHI s, L idles' Black Silk Hose,
Cream Silk Vests, Men's Silk Hose, at
one-third price. Mears & Hagen.
Mis Elmer Btown, of Ttinkhinnock,
Is visiting nt the home of W. T. Jane,
of Providence road
Miss Bei-sle Rlel of Blair avenue on
to tallied n few friends last evening
Mr. and Mm 'P. H. Teiwllllger. of
Piovldenie toad, have ictuinod fiom
a visit with f i lends In Nkliolt-nn.
Miss Mai Tieveiton, of Notth Main
avenue, Is visiting friends at Forty
Mr. nnd Mis Fied Ruddy, of Lan
caster, Pa., are spending a couple of
weeks with Mrs. Rudd)'s patents, on
The funeral of tho lato Austin Duffy
will ocrui at 0 o'clock this morning
from the home of deceased's parents,
1503 Jackson street. A high mass of
requiem will be sung in St. Patrick's
Catholic church and Interment will be
made in the Cathedral cemetery.
TROUBLE TOLLOWED A DEAL IN
Italian Wns Very Anxious to Qet
Back the Horse That He Turnod
Ovor to Fred Weyandt and Caused
a Lot of Excitement Announce
ments of Tomorrow's Church Ser
vices Cases That Were Hoard Be'-
foro Burgess Burschell In Police
Tho residents of Brook street were
treated to a novel entertainment
yesterday morning by nn Infuriated
Italian making desperate effotts to re
cover his hoise which he had Just
traded to Frod Woundt, the black
smith. The horse received by Wey
andt had shown his ability ns a pole
climber, much to the amusement of tho
Italian and many onlookers, but when
tho Italian attempted to resume his
way he found his animal was very
much attached to Weyandt nnd lefused
to leave that neighborhood.
After a wordy war the son of Italy
proceeded to unhitch his hoi so and de
manded the leturri of the horse he had
Just tiadcel, whereupon Weyandt hur
ried the horse In his possession away
to a nelghbotlng stable and he himself
was hard to find After many attempts
the Italian located the horse of his
choke In the barn of H. L Washer
and ho proceeded to enter head tltst
thtough a small window nnd soon re
appealed In the doorway leading his
hotse, closely followed by Woandt.
Dining the next half hour theaffectlons
of both men were lavlhed upon that
horse as they had never boon lavished
before, but In the end Weyandt decided
that $-50 would assuage his grief at
pining, whereupon tho entertainment
closed, the Italian going on his way.
First Methodist F-plscopal church,
Rev. Charles Henry Newlng. R. D.,
pastor. Services at 10 SO a. m and 7 SO
p in. The pastor will preach In the
morning, subject, "God's Design." In
the evening Rev. G. R. Stone. Ph. B.,
of Giant unlverslt, will pi each Sun
day school at J SO p m. evening praver
srvlco at fi SO o'clock. Mid-week praor
service Wodnesduv evening at 7 4i
o'clock. Second quarloilv conference
Monday evening nt 7.Fi o'clock.
Dunnioio Prosb terlan chinch, Rev
W F. Gibbons, pastoi. Services at
1010 a m. and 7 SO p. m. Morning sub
Ject, "How to Deal With Dlfllcultles "
Hv enlng subject, "The Passing World "
In the absence of their pastoi, the
members of the Tripp avenue Chrlstlin
church will Join In worship with the
Prosb teii.in church tomorrow evening
at 7.S0 o clock.
The Burgess' Court.
As a icsult of tho recent pay das
and several picnics held within the bor
ough Huigeaa Burschell's police court
ostordnv afternoon assumed quite a
The following oase were before tho
burgees and disposed of as follows.
John Dun If, Hast Drinker street,
drunk nnd disorderly, fine, $10, in de
fault, committed to tho county Jail for
?lxty rias. Alice Prlchard. Jackson
stieet, Scranton, street walking; fine,
$3. in default, committed to the county
Jail for ten' das Andrew Fellettls,
Ramond court, Scranton. drunk and
disorderly; fine, $1, which was paid.
You Can Wear Silk.
Fancy Silks, Ladles' Black Silk Hose,
Cream Silk Vests, Men's Silk Hose, at
one-third pi ice. Mears & Hagen.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
The Iidlos' Aid society of the Dud
ley Street Baptist church will hold nn
Ice ci cam social at the. home of Mr
and Mr'. John Tucker, on Talor ave
nue, Tuesday evening, August 19. All
nro Invited to come
Ladles and Gents' 122c Linen Collars
for u cents; Men's 2c. Tan Hose for
12'se. Mears & Hagen.
Mlses Cora and Maud Griffiths, of
Jermn, are guests at tho home of
Thomns Protheroe. on Drinker street.
Mi. and Mrs. Charles Nlemoor, of
Drinker street, Mr. and Mis. T. J.
Waig and Mr. and Mrs. James Y. Rry
den. of Dudley street, form a part
that will Fpond tho coming two weeks
at Big pond, where they will be located
In the Robert Smith cottage.
Fine all-wool Dress Goods at less
thin half pi Ice. See our Rummage Sale
advoi tlsoniMit. Mears & Hagen
Mrs Daniel Swartz, of Blakely street,
Is hpendlng snnio time nt Asbury Park.
Miss Besle Heal, of Church stieet,
Is visiting friends at Udolla.
Mr. Hargess, of Chicago, Is a guest
at the re.ldfnce of M W. Chemberlln.
John Devlne of Butler stieet, is at
Mrs Royal Taft, of BHkely ntreet, is
visiting friends at Haw ley
You never heard of such prices as
wo name at our gieat rummage sale.
Saturdiy and Monday. Mears &
Misses Ro-o and Belle Webber have
returned from a weeks outing, spent
at Lake Heni
A H. Finch and famll, of cheiry
street, aie at the Pan-Ameilcan ex
Mis, w. D Decker and dnughteis. of
Cherry street, left estetday for Rig
pond, wheie they will -pend the bal
ance of the month
Mrs Laura Murray, of Carbondale,
Is visiting friends In town
Ladles' Tailor Suits, Skirts, Silk
Waists and Shirt Waists for a song,
Saturday and Monday. Meats &.
GREEN RIDGE. '
Miss Adams, of Chinchilla, is visiting
GreVn Ridge friends.
Mr. and Mrs Morris Brown, of San
derson avenue, spent esterday at
Joseph Brlggs. of the Delaware and
Hudson office. Is able to be at work
again after a shoit but sevote illness.
Miss Mabel Blown, of Sanderson ave
nue. Is euteitalnlng a filoitl from
Mts. Bailey, of Dickson avenue, nnr
rowly escaped seilous Injur) the othei
day by being run Into by a teck'ess
Chillies Wotmore, Georgo Gtessnei
A SENSIBLE MAN
Uruld ue Kcmp'i Dalum (or the Throat n1
lurfii It If curlne more Coujlu, Coldi,
Aklhma, Pronchitii, Cinup -id all Throat and
Luna: Trouhlti, than any other medicine. The
proprietor haa authorised any druggUt to cur
you a Sample Bottle free to comlnce ou ol the
merit oi thia treat remed, Price Sic. and SO.
WE WISH TO CALL
TO THE FACT THAT WE
ARE LARGE DEALERS IN
For Shot Gun and Rifle.
TO MAKE ROOM
FOR THIS IMMENSE
STOCK WE ARE OFFERING
At Bottom Prices. If You
Are In the Market Don't
Fail to Give Us a Call.
BITTENBENDER & CO.,
126-128 Franklin Avenue.
and William Webster compose a camp
ing party which left csterday nn tho
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
i.iilroid for Blngh.imton, fiom which
place they will follow the Susque
hanna river to Plttston, traveling In a
row boat and spending their nights In a
tent on the shore.
T. B Howe, of Capouse nvenue, left
yesterday for AtHntlc City, there to
Join Mts. nnd Miss Howe, who are
Mlses Millie nnd Louisa Dlmmlck
and the Misses Hitchcock are at Vn
londale. Walter Hacknian, ot Reading, was n
biilness visitor hoie .vesterdav.
C H. Bond, picscilptlon cloik for C
P. Jones, who with his wife and daugh
ter Ella have been doing the Pan
Amerlcnn. has i etui tied.
Rev. Francis Bateinan and family, of
Mousey avenue, returned esterda
fiom Lake Wlnoln.
Louis and Atchbald Williams of
Nnnh Park avenue, aie at Ocean
S. B Price and sons Colo and John,
of Washington avenue, have returned
from the Pan-Ameilcan exposition
The concert bv Ballet's band nt the
Green Ridge Wheelmen's club house,
which wns postponed Thuisdny even
ing beiaiise of the lain, was given last
night and was gioatly cnJo)od by a
large number of people.
Mrs. M. A. Tilpp nnd daughter, of
Pine street, left csteiday foi Asbuiy
Park, N J
Miss Amanda Cur, of Marlon stioet,
returned esterd.i fiom an extended
sta at Promptnn, Pa.
While plnvlng with a number of
friends estotd.iy afternnon, Russell,
the nung son of Mi. and Mts F. C
Hnr.ud. of Dlikson avenue, tell from
a coal shod, sustaining a fiactuied
Van Allen Thomp.mii, of Noith Park,
left etordn for Lake Wlnola
W W Patteisnn and snu lianiei nr
Li Plume tailed on, Giecn Rtdge
ti lends esuida)
C H Tobey and family, of HlectiU
nvenue. have letuined fiom an extend
ed sta on the Deliwaie.
Mis C 13 Rond and daughter Ella
have leturned to their homo In South
Orange after a shoit visit with Gieen
Ridge fi lends
PHILLirS ELECTED TREASURER
Becomes an Officer of the Title Guar
anty nnd Trust Compnny.
The Title Giniant nnd Turn com
pany esterday elected Ttank L Phil
lips treasurer and thlid b o-picldent
of the institution Mi Phllllpn will
assume tho duties of his new position
not later than Ootobet 1 The boaid of
dliectots also lesolved to erect a hand
some and suitable structure upon the
site now occupied by It on Sprm e
street as tcnipoini) quaiteis, wnik tn
bo begun nt tho eaillcst practicable
The capital stock of the Institution
having been Inctoa-pd from $lfo 00 tn
J300AOO, It was ro.olvrd that the stock-
holdout of record shall bo entitled to
their pio lata shate of this IiukmmiI
capital, piovlded they take advantage
of the privilege to do so on or befoie
September in next.
Ralph S. Hull will continue to act as
secietnry and trust ofllcer of the Insti
tutton 1 1 ii m iii -
ILL-TREATED HIS CHILDREN.
Father Then Charged Woman Who
Took Them in with Abduction.
Mts Mary Chuckofsky, of South
Seianton. was anested on Thuisday
.at the pi nance of John Molchlnlsky,
who chained her with abducting his
two sons, Mlchiel and Joseph. Tho
woman was given a hearing before
Alderman Ruddy and was discharged,
Under Auspices of
Central Labor Onion,
Of Scranton and Vicinity.
Speakers: John Mitchell, Presi
dent United Mine Workers; Thos.
Lewis, Vice President United Mino
Workers. Glee club contest for
BQiiei's Band Lowrence's OtciieslrD
and other novel features.
The committee has made arrange
ments with Delaware nnd Hudson
railroad for ample transportatior
PRICE OF TICKETS:
Wilkes-Barre and Scranton. . .81.00
Dickson City 05
Mayfleld nnd Jermyn 60
Carbondale nnd Honesdale 50
The Pcnnshanla Stnlo Collcgft
n r-mlnl Ion t , indi late. (' r admlwlon ill
lo held it Hip IIibIi '! 'I. uidi. Vuuuit J,
rM. Irginiunc at i h in
Hr l 1 Wail-nli f r fpml jnrj Dire,
toi of the (fought n (Mi hicanl ( )l ;t' "
Mine, hi aii.ilnl in anointment aa Head ot
tho Vtminir !H ir'm '" . ., ,,
I hi- I ill s"-i n P n eptemher II, l"1!
I nr (rfiilcif p'' iimn f former examina
tion lapi" or ih i lnfnitnanon addre
J Iff- HM.IMIIVH Mate CollfS' P-
LAKE WINOLA, PA,
fiopt Summer II trd In Norihustfrn P'nnss t.
onu Hotel hJ.I. rctt Delaware LarUuarni
nnl VVeMwn tril-u at Farlorivillr Leivin,:
Mrjnton U u m and 1pm Write for rit,
,1 ,1 W Moore, Prop
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
Qrand atlantio Hotel and Annex
Virginia Aie and finch. Atlantio City, N J
SUth icar, 1V0 I eautilul loonu enuute. alnul
and with hath, hot and cold Ma ater hathi
In hotel and annex location aelea an! central,
within few rda ol the steel Tier OuheHu
Offers epeclal uprlnft ratci. $12 to $15 hj weeVi
Ji 60 up b da Special rate to families. Coachej
meet all trains. Write lor booklet
c mm is i: roi'K
It being shown that she was more of
a Good Sain.tiltnn than anything else
Tho two bos. who aie 1" and 11
cars old. respectively, testliled that
they left homo and went to live with
Mrs Chuckofsky becnuso their fattier
111 tieated them and diank up their
eunlngs. They said that they were
frequently given nothing but diy breid
to eat, and that they weie frequently
beaten without piovocatlon.
Alderman Ruddy discharged the
prisoner and gave a little sound ad
vice to the father.