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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE- FKIDAV, NOVEMBJl 8, 1901'.
nW5fiJPiP'K'JHX7 T,CTrfw.iJn tfi-TS
the Mounns nxnowAAB stor-j.
Keeps out tho cold ulr
keeps In Uiq warm, ulso
forms a oiihIiIoii for tin
door to Hlrlko nBtihiHt-
outs down fuel bills, Is
easily put on; anyone out
Prices 2c to 6c per ft.
T7-- Sir Smmi .r.
I19N. Washington Ave O
Attractive novelties for
fnll, in tlio new colors
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce Street.
Be pleased to have
THE PEOPLE'S BANK.
Ml. I!, lll.uk, of Munich, C.einuliy, j., li-Jling
jcr sister, Ml.--, is. Saintir, uf Cl.iy aidiuc.
.l.iiiioi TiniiniiiK, tr.ivoliiis p.ions;pr agent, uf
lli'j ronnvlv.inl.i railm.ul, n.iiil a i.it to Reun
ion j catortl.iy.
.1. W. Kimliik, of .Uli.in.v. .N. V, uiiii-i.iI .is
finger acrrnt uf llio liW.w.m.' .mil lluil-.u i.nl-
mail, id in the city.
IN HONOB OF MRS. ROCHE.
deception Given for Her in Alle
gheny on Saturday.
Jits. Catherine Roche, of this oily.
department president of tlio Ladies o
the Grand Army of the Kupublio of tlio
state, is now making: a tour of inspec
tion of the various circles of tlio state.
The Pittsburg' Dispatch has the follow
ing1 concerning; a reception Riven in
honor of Mrs. Roche:
"The reception given on Saturday
lust by Mrs. Kllen W. Jones, of Frank
lin street, Allegheny, in honor of .Mrs.
Catherine Roche, department president
of thu Ladies of tlio Grand Army of
tlio Republic, was largely attended, al
most all of the circles in the two cities
and vicinity being- represented. The
receiving- party besides the hostess and
lionor guest was composed of the past
. department presidents of the order,
Jlrs. Carrio V, Khorrlff, Airs. Rachel
JDoriiu, Mrs. l.ydia Smith ami Mrs.
j Josle Slicker. Mrs. Alice Brown and
Mrs. May Ross presided over tlio tea
and refreshment tables. Among; the
Roosts from a distance were Mrs. Car
rie "SVnterhouse. Mrs. Louisa. Kundig
and Mrs. Sarah Lex, of Philadelphia.
The parlors were decorated with red
and white chrysanthemums mid roses,
and the dining- room with red and white
carnations, Miss Ulla. Irwin and Miss
Htlu Smock rendered some delightful
piano and vocal solos during- thf af
ternoon and evening-."
AND STILL THEY COME.
jHore Deficiency Bills Ave Being Re
Deficiency bills still continue to pour
into the controller's olllco with persis
tent regularity. It was thought three
months ago that they were all In, but
.hey havo been straggling- In In twos
nnd threes ever since. A few days
ago a hunch of bills contracted lust
year by tho street commissioner's de
partment and amounting- to several
hundred dollars wiut sent In.
Controller Howell will collect all
these bills and send tliuin to council,
tlth a reiiuest for an appropriation
from soinu avallahlo balance for their
imymcnt. Ordinances appropriating
funds for over .fti.OUO worth of defi
ciency bills havo already either passed
councils or are pending- In either
lirauch, This is In addition to the $1S,
()0(i appropriated for tho payment of
deHclcni-y bllhi In tlio general appro
It Is believed that the total amount of
dellcleucies for lust year will bo about
ricb - ,AA Trip Transportation from
tVHliiu twenty miles of Herantnn, on
every photo order, of W or more, placed
with Schrievor, while tho street car
strlko Is on, No reason why you should
rut otf sitting' for pictures, The
weather Is lino buses and steam roads
a io running.
Smoko the new Klcoti 5c. cigar.
It Takes a Lazy Man
JJJJJJ. i i lie i B'Oj fUhri-.
CMSSJJvSSi. '"J". Hut (lie mctli-
I'W lull lulnUklits
wl. (Iim and
tiulent aie Loin-
ilwcuc it. (Vila login,-
J. Alfifil Penning,
tin, Dim tor.
BICYCLE CLUB LEAGUE.
First Game of the Sonson Rolled
The seosoti of tho Hlcyolo Uluhs'
llowllng- league was ImttlsUlnted lriPt
iiIrIU In the Orccit Itldge Wheelmen's
tilloyr, when Ihe club Ichruo team or
tho fccranloii Uloyelo club won two of
the three frames played, Tim Uloyelo
club howlers rolled u steaillef game
than Ihelr opponents, and the L'.S.M plus
to their credit to the hitter's 2,5W.
Davis was high man. with l!t3, and
Nlehot hud high average, 17o, The
l.il ): 111 2U 478
llou-Ho js in; j; iui
Cli.tfimin I.Vi l.vi l.l.'i 4U
I'ottlpr itj in; t:,i 4t;n
Nlol 171) illl Kil ,110
?I7 77.1 S0J "202
I'Mor in Kil 11(1 m
Wnlleis I.V) 17li l.VI 4S3
(Intni.'in :;:, 17c, i.vi iUJ
MjIi- Isk 111 w to)
W.irilcll ISO 111 1H7 ()t
'J SI7 718 . 2.".."il
A game was to have been played be
tween Clubs Xo. 1 and No. 1! of tho
AVest Kud AVheelmen, at AVIlkes-Rnrre,
but It was postponed.
HAS GONG ON THE STAGE
Mrs. A. Oakey Hall Joins the "Way
of the World" Company in New
York Lived in Scranton.
"Mrs. A. Oakey Hall, widow of a for
mer mayor of New York-, and for many
years prominent in New York and Lou
don society, made her debut on the
stage of (he Victoria theater Monday
night in Hie role of Mrs. Young-, the
stately wife of a bishop, In Clyde
Fl toll's play. 'The "Way of the World,"
of which Mis.-. Klsio Do Wolfe Is the
star," says the Now York Journal.
"Mr. Fit eh was about to cut the part
out of the play, owing to the difllculty
of linding a woman who could appear
as a. grand dnnio among- the guests
during tlie christening- scene in the
fourth act, and carry on .the imper
sonation with the manner of one thor
oughly accustomed to feel at home in
such gatherings. Miss Klixabetli Mar
bury heard of his plight, and through
her Mrs. Hall was engaged.
"Although considerably past forty
live years of age, Mrs. Hull has en
tered on her work with enthusiasm,
and says she hopes to make a creditable;
success on tile stage. She was a belle
In her youth, and is still handsome
with 11 gracious charm of maimer Hint
added much to the interest of the story
of her first appearance on the stage."
Mrs. Hall was formerly Mrs. John
Nonkcs, of this city. She was born in
Olyphant. AVitli reference to her debut
she said to a Journal reporter:
CVmluiy to tlie uua1 opcr!cncc uf ln-gitum-'',
I v.i i!i unvuii--. tn I, id, I w.i iicttoitly olj.
liimw to the juri-riicc n' Hie amliitue. lively
thin 1 luil to ilo M'cnieil fi icifuetly ii.itm.il to
111c llul I Minply went .1l1c.nl wltli my voil:
as I wouM liavc ilone Iml llip.ijliii-leiiing licui
Tlio tuasoitioii lli.it I so 011 tlm .it.isi' .va-.
fii.-l ln.iile to ma in Kul.tnil, vpvim.iI jmn uro.
Alftv tlio do.itli uf my liut Iiii.'b.inil, Mr. .N"n iUm,
I nunici! C'.iiitiin .lolm flifloul-Cilitoii, of tlie
llilti-h .limy, ami liii'tl with liiiu in I'lil.tiul
fin- a niimlici' of yeaiii. Ilo ilioi in (lii rounlry,
anil Mv. ll.ill, win w.n a nun hioml of liK
Hood wit!) mi! at !iis gi.ip wlii'ii lie w.n tunii'tl.
This wa, in Jt-sf. Of luinw, Mr. Il.il! ami I
li.nl no tlioiiBlit uf niiul.'Ki; llicn. lint :i fiw
yi'on lati'i- wc licc.mii! cngagtil, aini in ISi'7 v.a
woie in.itrin! in Now .Ioim-;..
My ini'Ji.iiKt dill not lo.io any inoju-ily anti
)ny own iiKomn is not laistc Tluitfou1, my
wml; on liio ttajft' niojiii Inoail ami Imltcr to
1110, a well as urtPliu Micrpw. Aflor my im.
li.niil's ilo.itli I 'will to Dnl.incl I'oi- u timo. ami
amonp: lii olil tiiomli 1 met nuuy inoiniiicnt
tliratlical iiroplc. M.niy of them SUSKOstfd th,:t
I no on tlio .--t.i'.; .mil the Kind of i.ut I :im
now taking was alw.ij-K K-loitcd hy tlu.-o will
ihois as tho 0110 in wiiic.li I otislil to michtiI.
1 caino I1.11U 10 Now Yoik Ij't bummer ami
mot Ml.-J Maibiuy ami Stephen 1'ial.o. tho dra
niatia tiilic. Tliionsli them I SiOtincil an intrj
iluit ion to Ml-, nidi and Mi? Do AVolfp and
dually tins oiijr.isi'nicnt.
Mis. Wells ami ilansMer, Minnie, of HuMkir
lii't, h.ic lotninod Horn an extended stay in
cw Yink city.
1'ic-li leget.ililo!, all kiiid-. Ciocn Itidao Til.it''
Miss M.ului' (iialum Iuh lotiiined to lier I101110
at llea.int Mount after a woek's Mt witii (iicen
A rliryc.iiillioiiiuni sliuw and salo will hn hold
in tint guild n.oiiis of the I'liuifh of (lie Cood
Slu-plionl Tiie'-diy afternoon and evening;. lie
freslimciits tomUlinir of coffee, old-fjsliioiied
punitikiu pie and iJonglintm, vill lie M'ned, Ad
nii.iuit. 111 it'iiU,
Vii-.li diosed spiin;,- tinkcy. and i-liiikcn-i.
(iieen Itiitge M.ul.ti.
'ilio fun11.1l of J)r, II. U, Il.11cl.1y took place
from tlie homo of Ids failici-indaw, Adam I'ciiht,
1 (uner of Jlon-py avcmui and New Voil; tluol,
W'filiiOMljy QUeitionn and w.? laiRely attomlcd.
l!ov. Pr. I.iii'.liiv, pa.-toi' of the (lioen ItliUe
1'iolijleil.in dirndl, oficied pnoi'i', itev, X, V.
staid, of Delaware City, Del,, who had mauled
Dr. and Ml. P.iu'l.iy, pu.uhed the fnnci.il ser
mon. oikI Ucv. (.. II. I'o-ler pionoiniecd tho licnc
d it t it'ii. A iiiaitclto (oinpo'id of Mi-.s Kami, .MU;
llarasrju ainl Men. I'onud and Winkle u-n-ileu'd
tho li.Mims "Load Kinilly Iiiulit" mid ".Vear
or My Cod to Thee," The pall-ho.uen, wlio had
ailed at ii-shen at the wedding ot the ilcct jscil
a few jc.ua jro, wcie; ('. M, ('air, Voter S5iu'
ttiili, l.'haileJ JellVii", Cemse Mllletl, .Mtliitr Van
(,'irdev nnil 1'red Iieen. Jia Plevens and Mr. Par.
sons mteil .h llouor-lieaioK. Intenncut wa.'. in.ido
In I'oiett Hill cenicteu.
i'i.li, njiiteis and clams, fiieen lliilge M.nl.ct,
Tiicniluie V. Ciaili ilellreiril his liillli.iut lee
line, " Knapsack Journey from Xew Voik to
1 intral India, " in tlio ihanel of the (iieen ltldgo
I'tesljjliilan (liiiicli list cicnlnj liefoic a laigo
mid well ideived aiidienic. Mr. Clail; had Imen
l.eanl In tluen Ilidgo liefoie, and Ills cffoit nl
evtnln; won lilin many new nduiiier.
(Ireeu tudlnv; stamps with all tasli nks, liiem
Itidse Maiket. '
A, (1. ThviiMtuii, mjiiaircr of llio 'oitlieasteiu
I'eiiiis.Nlvanlu ( .1 r Soivli asMsciatlon, left eti
itiy 011 a Inialnets 11 Ip to Xew Yoik city,
Iter, and Mm. I.. It. Poster and Dr. and Mis.
ruocll, ot ltidmiont rail;, have letuined fioiii a
week's hit with Mis. I'ostei's pariiits in Xew
York state, '
runty f.'iaik apple, (iieen nidire Maikd. '
'flic social committee of tho Yutiui; Men's club
df tho Church of the liood Shcplioid have .ucd
invitullon'i tn their teeond annual luski't mclal,
to he eiveii llianllvliift day, Nov. 2j, at S p, m.
New canned Goods, flie'.ii llidjo Matkel, "
POLICE AND ALDERMEN.
Mu, Amelia liopeil, of I'itl.ton avenue, w.u
aiiestcd yesterday en a duiao of illiorderly con
duct hy her nrielibor, Mt. Peter Coleman, and
was fentenced hy Aldcinun llmldy to pay tlio
John Caey, of Palmer itteet, was aneiled yci
tcrday at tlio Instance of Ida wife, who rhaiijcs
I1I1.1 wllli non-support and assault and lnttery.
Ilo will he eirai a Iieuiln;; today hefovo Mask
William Williams, of Oljpham, was committed
to the county jalt yesterday hy M.ii,'istule Millar
iu default ot u lino of $0 imposed hy MJ;Ututa
Millar. He was clutgvd with dlsordeily conduct
hy Joe WeitbeiRcr, pioptirlor ol the Spruce eticct
lunch wagon, whu cIjIiiis that ho u$ed vile and
in.-iilUng Ijii'j-uaje. in Ids place jCjtndjy morn-
Vote Uas straisul Republican ticket
IN THE LEAD
LOOKS AS IF HE WAS ELECTED
OVER P. W. COSTELLO.
Developments of Yesterday Give
Him nt Least Nine Votes More
Thau His OpponentResult Will
Not Be Known Definitely Until the
Official Count, Which Was Begun
'Yesterday, Is Completed Adding
Machine Called Into Service How
the Result Was Changed.
t'liless discrepancies between the
open returns anil tho sealed returns not
yet counted should overcome a lend ot
iilna votes Edward A. Jones stands
elected as county controller, and the
ltepubllcan ticket Is saved from com
Wednesday's llgurlng; gave C'ostelto
a lead of a little more than a hundred
according to some calculation!! and a
little less limn a hundred, according to
Yesterday when Ihe 111:1 tier was gone
at carefully by experts, with plenty of
time devoted to copying and proving
tho figures, and tho nssdstunoc of add
ing machines Invoked, Mr. Jones was
found to lead by eleven votes.
Tho ofilelal count revealed that in the
returns of the First ward, Third dis
trict of I'arhondale, whete Costetlo
was credited with 7fi votes, the tallies
numbered 7S. In counting: the tallies
the cleik totalled two less than the
number marked down. This would re
duce Jones' plurality to !.
Tito returns from this dlstilct were
sat aside, if at the end of the count
It is found that two votes will elect or
defeat, tho court will be called upon
to semi out for the ballot box and as
certain which score is correct.
in the returns from Eluihuist bor
ough where .Tones Is accredited with
"9 votes, according' to tlie open returns,
it is possible he is being allowed eight
more than ho Is entitled to. The sec
ond figure may bo a "one" or a "nine."
11 will not lie definitely known until the
sealed returns are ojiened.
Yesterday's table in The Tribune is
Incorrect lu the Jones vote from, the
Fourth ward, Fourth district of Scran
ton: tlie Fifteenth ward, First district,
and the Fourth ward of Taylor. in
these districts Jones was credited re
spectively -with Ho", 125 and .11. Ho
should have had 17.", L'23 and Gil. This
makes a difference of 120, and reduces
Costelio's supposed Ho plus to 11 minus.
Tlio count will likely not be complet
ed until Saturday. Only twenty-four
districts wore gone over yesterday.
When adjournment was made at !..'!()
o'clock, tlie counters were at the Fifth
ward, First district of Carbondnlc.
Attorney R. II. HolEitte, as compar
ing cleik, is presiding- at thft court in
place of Judge Edwards, who Is en
gaged In equity court, ilo Is at hand,
however, to be summoned any timo
there is a. dispute to settle. only
once ias there any occasion to refer
a, question to him yesterday, in llio
Fourth ward, First and Second dis
tricts of Carbondale, the clerks failed
to sign tlie returns. Judge Kd wards
directed that the' vote be counted, it
is possible formal protest shall bo made
and if it is it will uocesslluto bringing
in the clerks to have them attach their
Kx-Judge If. A. Kiwipp and M. W.
l.owiy are looking- afler the interests
of Mr. Jones, while C. C. Donovan is
caring for Mr. Cos'ello.
The recording- clerks are Henry
Hyndman, .Ralph L. Levy, John ji.
Homier, Frank it. Stocker; reading
clerks, Frank T. Okell and I). J. ilcedy;
tile clerks, James It. Burnett, George
W. Benedict, jr., I'. K. Timlin. .
.MliS. MAMA SAUL, aged H7 years,
died at ti.o'O o'clock last evening- at her
home, 1?20 Price street. Deceased had
been seiously ill for tho past two
months. She was born in Ireland and
resided In AVest Scranton for many
years. One sou and six daughters .sur
vive her. They are William Saul, Mrs.
Edward Canavan, Mrs. John Feeney,
Mrs. Pawling- and Delia. Saul, all or this
city, and Sirs. Arthur Martin, of Phila
delphia. The funeral anonuueement
will be made Inter.
Ml!S. JOHX Ti, DAVIS, widow of
tho late John It. Davis, of tho South
Side, died at the home of Mrs. Evan
M. Francis of Greenwood at fj.SO p. 111,
yesterday. Funeral announcement
MUS JIAIty UOONAUD did. yester
day morning' at her home at Ke.vser
avenue and West Market street. Shoj
is survived uy one son and (laughter,
John f.eonnrd and Mrs, John .Manley,
Tlio funeral of Charles Graft will be
held on Friday afternoon at 2,110
o'clock at tlio family home. 142 South
Fllmoro avenue. All the sympathising
friends aro invited,
Entiil Election Quarrel.
lly HkLliulie Wiic from Tlie Associated Prcs
KIliRsjton, X. Y., .Vov. 7. Ileinaul f'allihau, of
llii'l Kiiigtton, wa.s killed hy John McMami. at
lliat plaoo yesterday in a rpiaucl over the elec
tion, While enijdjjed in a healed argument out
elect Ion teturiw MoMaiiu-) kei.ed Callahan,
Una-lad lilui and threw him In the lojdwjy,
( allaliau died one hour later.
10c, $4.T5 Box,
Mi Favorita Brevas 10c
Vauceito $1,90 box
6 for 25c,
El Rocio., $2,50 box
Garcia Conchas.., $3,00 box
4 for 25c
Charles the Great, $2,90 box
4 for 25c.
Sweet Violet 7 for 25c
Club House $1,00 box
8 for 2ijc,
Sweet Belle..., 75c
10 for 25c,
E. Q. Coursen
SUSPECTS BEINO HELD.
Police Believe They Arc Wanted hi
Some Other City.
' James tllaeki Clara Smlih and Joseph
Seolleld, tlie three colored persons' ar
rested on Wednesday on fttsplelnn of
having been Implicated 111 tho Uruotts
burglary, are still holm; hold at police
It Is understood that the police have
nothing on which Ihey can hold tho
trio for tho Hrooka burglary. They
aro convinced, however, thnl they utrj
wanted In some other city for burg
lary. They have every appearance of
being professional crooks and their de
scriptions have been telegraphed Jo tho
police departments of the principal cit
ies In tho East.
A ntimb'ir of uavn tickets from a
Philadelphia pawnshop were found on
the woman. She mndo a desperate ef
fort to do away with them nnd tried
to tear them up when they were dis
covered, but they wore taken from her.
They call for a gold watch pawned for
$20. a number of cheaper urilclei of
jewelry and for several household ar
ticles. Magistrate Millar said' yesterday
that If it Is found that the trio Is not
wanted In any other city ho can still
commit them to the county jnll as sus
picious persons for a period not longer
than six months. He claims this au
thority under that section of the sec
ond class city act governing -police
magistrates which says that they
shall havo power to commit, "suspic
ious persons who can give no reason
able account of themselves,"
AND THEY LIVE
ON COURT STREET
Miss Consewitz Wnnted to Get Mar
ried But She Also Wanted a
Dress A Stickler on Custom.
In the ISci'llia Gallnnrt show last
night one of tlie actor women gave
another of the actor women a jlm
cracker dress, all spangles and gold,
and the other actor woman thereat
awoke with a gladsome start from a
long-continued lethargy of unhappi
nes. Thereupon the one aclor woman
said: "When Satan tempted Eve it
must have been with a dress and not
an apple." Whereat there was a rip
ple ot concurrent applause.
Three weeks ago Tho Tribune told
ot tlie tale of a young' Pstisslan-Pole
woman who after receiving from her
liance her wedding gown consisting of
a. cerese satin waist nnd canary silk
skirt refused to marry iilm until ho
sued to lecover the dress, and she was
confronted with the alternative of giv
ing up tlie dress or taking the man.
Yesterday's Tribune printed under
the head of "Marriage Licenses'' tlie
Wlllam Kinoylys .ItH! Court street
Anna Consewitz f01 Court street
Tills morning's Tribune lu the same
department prints the following:
Joseph Holynns..l-U7 Nay Aug avenue
Anna Consewlt!! i"04 Court street
There aro not two Anna Consewilz's
at not Court street.
As is indicated above, it is a custom
among' tho Hussinn Poles- for the
groon: to furnish the bride's wedding
dress. Kinoytys knew this custom
well, but tis his. bride-to-be was only
seventeen and an orphan, lie felt he
could Induce her to get married in her
everyday clothes. But he'reckoned with
out Anna's brother, 'her guardian. The
brother had willingly given the ro
ipiired consent to his sister's marriage,
but lie couldn't stand for her marrying;
a man who was wanting- in money or
gumption sutilcient to obseivc the
customs of their people.
Tiolynas happened to be present at
the Consowitz house Wednesday night,
when tlie disclosure came that
Klnoytys could not or would not buy
lii.s bride-to-be it wedding' gown. Here,
to Bolynas, was the psychological mo
ment. "Marry mo and I'll buy you a
dross and a nice red, green and yellow
silk shawl for your head," said Boly
nas. Her eyes wandered fioni Kinoytys to
Bolynas to her brother. The latter
smiled approvingly on the Bolynas
proposition. iBolynas looked at her
entreatingly. She surveyed first
Kinoytys and then Bolynas and then
sized them up together as if mentally
weighing' Kinoytys against Bolynas
and the promised' toggery,
Tlie toggery won. With a "low glad
cry of joy" sho threw herself into
tlio arms of Bolynas and softly whis
pered: "Tzehkl elr.yksczy Kschzy-
Yesterday morning', Anna and her
brother woio again at CJerk Ilosar's
desk in (lie register's olllco, and Willi
them was Bolynas. They explained
how Kinoytys had failed in tlm prime,
essential condition iwccedcnt to a
KuKsian-Pollsli wedding, and asked if
they could have the license exchanged.
clerk llosar explained Mint this was
impossible, hut if they chooso they
might get as many now licenses as
they hud dollars. They took ono for
tho present and went away to make a
maud of the dry goods stores.
MAX HERRING IN JAIL.
The Luncluuau Charged with the
Theft of SI 7.
.Max Herring-, tho man whns-e testi
mony sent 'tho redoubtable "Jake" 3-311
man to tho county jail and vho has
been mixed up lu as many" criminal
cases In tho last year as any man In
tho county, was arrested yesterday at
tho instance of Henry Harris, propri
etor of tlie Coney Itlnnd lunch room on
Penu avenue, who charges him with
tho larceny of $17.
Herring- has been employed by Harris
for several weeks past. Tlie latter
claims that Micro was $17 lu the cash
register on Wednesday night when he
left the place. .Mux got around early
yesterday morning- as was his want
and went about his work as usual,
When Harris arrived and went to
the cash register ho found it empty,
Ho accused Horrlns' of having stolen
llio money, but tho latter denied that
ho had been near the register, Hurrls
hud a. warrant for his uricst sworn
out bpforo Maglstrale Millar, and ut a
hearing held yesterday, tho latter com
mitted him to Die county jail In default
of JJUfi ball.
No. lilt diool alumni doroatrd tlie ivuh team
of l.juluwjuiu Weilnewlay hy the hoio of u to 0.
Allhoiigli tlio l.jdi.inanna team iva-t heavier uud
had inuio iitaetlcc than tlie Xo. 3.'! team, tli? No.
SI team put up a good game and ijefea'ed their
Tho Uroon JUdge Baptist oiiunli will
hold a rummago sale at 5U0 Spruce
street for three days, Saturday, Mon
day and Tuesday.
Smoke the I'ocouo 5c clsar.
OBJECTED TO GIVING AN EX
Snid That There Were Other Gar
bage Contractors In the City Be
sides W. S. Laugstaff, and De
clared That it the City Has the
Right to Grant an Exclusive Privi
lege All Should Be Given a Chance
to Bid for It Recorder Returned
Select Couucllinnti Frank H. (.'lemons
protested Inst night against the pass
age of the ordinance giving- W. S.
Langslnrf the exclusive privilege of re
moving garbage from the centra) part
of the city uud succeeded la having It
referred back to the laws nnd ordin
ances committee, In conjunction with
tho city solicitor.
The committee reported favorably
on. the ordinance in the early part of
tho evening, and It was when Mr. Mcl
vlu called It tip on first rending; that
Mr. i, 'lemons entored his protest.
"1 do not believe," said he, "that this
city has the right to grunt any person
the exclusive right to remove gurbago
from a certain district, even though
Mint person should offer J'.'.'iO a year
for a privilege. This is only my per
sonal opinion, however. Wo lnuy
have the. right, but If we have it are wo
not abusing It by the pass-age of this
"There aro other people in the gar
bage business In this city besides Mr.
Litngstalt and they should get a show.
If we have this right the proper way
to do would be to advertise for bids
and award the privilege to Ihe high
est bidder, Instead of picking out one
man and giving it to him without any
SENT BACK FOB OPIXIOX.
The ordinance was passed on first
reading- nnd was then, referred back to
the committee and tho city solicitor for
a. decision as to its legality.
Recorder Council sent in a. commu
nication returning' a. list of exonera
tions submitted by Tax Collector John
F. O'Connor, of the Twentieth ward.
The recorder called the attention' of
council to the fact that he returned
another list of exonerations In August,
because Ihey had not been approved
by the city 'treasurer. He begged
leave to inform councils that this list
was not approved by tho city treasurer
cither, and that therefore! he could not
approve it. A motion to paj-s il over
his head was defeated.
Council transacted a large amount of
business, but it was all ire tlie nature
of routine work and there was little or
no discussion. The following new res
olutions wore introduced and adopted:
lly .Mi". I'inii Diieitiiiv; the (.haiiiiion of the
llsht and water committee-i of councils and the
diiedor of puhlio woil.-i to ai.eilaiii the number
ot light:) Mhidi will lie icijiilrcd for the. coining
Mi- and to doeido I'jjon tiicir location.
ity.Mr. Schneider i:triidfng tor ei'slit months
the time limit (or tlio loii'tructlon of Soventee.Uli
dWikt main wwcr.
lly Ml'. Meiiinun Itiieetimv tin; luorder, direJ
iorni inuilic works and oily bolivitor to r-ciuc
optloiw on I he piopeity which would li.no In he
enured to open Momoy uremic hot wen i.aicli
sticct. and C'htiiy lane, and riiiertlmr lii.il. llio
estimated co.st of opening the tieet ho placed in
tlie e.-tinutis for the coming; fiscal yc.ir.
Hy Mr. Co-riovo Directing tho Mtpuiliiteiirii-nt
of police to iiifcim rntuiuiU uiiy iio h.i not com
plied wllli tho tCMilulion ieculiiiix him to fmni-h
coundls with a monthly icconl of all pnliieinen
atwont. fiom duly,
lly Mr. Y.iiig!t.iu- licciue-din-; the i ily solii ilor
to luriiMi an opinion .u to uhelher the loniraa
with the Hcianton (i,u and Water company io-quiics-
the company to tuiiiL-li ,iiu for muniu
pal puipo.--es to evny pait of the city.
In explaining llio last resolution Mr.
Vaughna said that tho company is' not
furnishing- water to Council park and
to certain hydrants in South Scran
ton. NiiW OltDlXAXCKS.
The following new ordinances were
lly Mr. I'inn Providing for the predion ot mo
cleclric Itghti in tlie Second w.ud.
Hy .Mr. 1'inii l'lovidlmv fur the pau'iij; or a
pou ion of Pi ovident.0 road, Diamond avenue, snd
Comt elicit with viltillcd Iiiick on a concrete
lly .Mr. M.doney Providing lur the uedion of
a light at tlie i omer of Wyondntr avenue uiiil
The following ordinances were
passed on third and tlnal reading: Pro
viding' for the erection of an electrio
light in thu Eighth ward; providing
for a night gateinan at tho East Mar
ket street crossing of the Delaware
and Hudson railroad; appropriating:
funds for incidentals for tlie depart
ment of public safety.
President Chittenden named Messrs.
Sehroeder, Oliver and Mohin as mem
bers of a conference committee to con
H ! 4 J ! ! H 4
jug 1 iffll
than any other
pair of shoes
LEWIS, RUDDY. DAVIES & MURPHY
330 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
: Oils, Paints and Varnish f
t MaIon?y Oil 5 MantifacUiring Company,
141-149 Meridian Street.
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sider the ordinance llxlng the salaries
of police uinnlstrnles.
STRIKE IS STILL ON.
And That Is AbTuTAll That Can Be
Said About It.
Some more stoning of cars occunoil
on thu ucwly-opened-up tlreen Bulge
People's line yesterday nnd last even
lug, but It Wits not us general mi tlio
day before nnd the only ihitnuge result
ing was a broken window tip two.
A stono thrown at a car on West
l.uck.iwunnti avenue yesterday after
noon struck a conductor In the head
and cut his scalp.
Curs worn run on the 1'oteivbura;,
Laurel 111)1 nnd (Ireeu Itldge Suburban
lines after the theater last night, ami
all three of them were comfortably
Tho strikers continue to meet with
encouraging success In lite canvass for
donations, one committee Hint was
out yesterday reported subscriptions
amounting to $15.75 received lu throe
quarters of an hour.
in the December Hlrlko, th" Brewery
Workers made n $100 donation, and the
very next dny the strike was settled.
Yesterday they made another donation.
Do Not Walk. Schrlever Pays Rail
load or Bus Pare.
Kven If you live as far away as Car
bondale. Schrlever will allow you
round trip railroad faro on an order for
photographs, that amounts to ?;! or
more while tlio street car strike con
tinues. Artistic photos uud free fare
practically brings the Ciold .Medal
Studio to your door. '
jj Our Profit Sharing
?J P'an "ill be continued
Ytc- doii'l pn-.p.'.si' Io shout "wide ut the mail."
liy advcitlslns- (ilantic tallies iinposili to lul
IIII. Howeier, we aio fliawiii; it line line ot
Shades and Paints
at Imvcr in lees than c!-cwlien' m m ,.y.
Jacobs & Fasold,
209 Wyoming Avenue.
J"! J ! $ $ ? $ ! $ 4 $
S nil is
on Our Stock
Until you have been in our .store and
tried some of our goods. We claim to
give you better values, quality and prices
store in the city. A trial
will prove it,
In all conceivable desljrns nn
Immense stock Die like of which
can be found nowhere else In
Hcrnnton. I'llOWS in BUIINT
Leather, IMT.T.OWS with beatttl- ; ;
ful satin covorltiffSi etc.! nlso the
fUyllsh "I't.OUAUKL," or round ; ;
pillow's, In cstiuisilc Horn l de
signs, suitable for Christmas
sifts. Then for 1'lllow Tops;
ash to see the imitation burnt
leather styles; .something new
nnd novel. Vlllows at ntl prices,
from 2."ie. up to $8.00, cttn be ob
tained ut Ihe pomttar store of tho
I Cramer-Wells Co,, !
130 Wyoming Ave.
And we are always glad to see you
even if you don't buy.
Wc do not believe, however thai
you will be satisfied after seeing
our all-wool underwear for
$1.00 a Suit
to go away without buying a coupl
"A Gentlemen's Furnisher"
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
hereabouts as the leading retailers of
I-iADUW OLOVliS. Our
is more complete than ever and th
Besides our Hue of $1.30 Gloves,
wisli to bring- to your attention our
Washable Kids at $2,00
Glace and Swede at $1.00
Genuine Mocba, in tans,
pearls and reds, at $r,oo
Price & Jenkins,
130 Wyoming Avenue.
Jackets, .htons, Raglans and New
market Dress walking and rainy
day Skirts. Our prices are reason
able. Guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. Goods furnished.
King Miller, Merchant Tailor,
432 Spruce Street.
Done quickly and rensounblj
at Tho Tribune office.
UeroanUitlB" the dlscoinodll.jj
effect of present unsettled trans
portation! facilities upon subtii
ban residents, we havo Iimugu
rated u new plan that will surely
bo appreciated as a convenience,
A postal or telephono call sur.
Ro-tliiB' nuythlns: In house fur
nlslitiiKs you may desire to in
spect, will brlnsr 0110 of our w ae
ons to your homo with a line, for
selection. If ecoiIs do not meet
with approval, no greater "bli-t-ation
will have been iinpot-eii
than if you had called nt tho
This system practically brlnss,
tho "Economy" 10 your door,
upon request, Try It,
OBEDITTOXTP CERTAINLY J