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THE SCRANtON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1001.
ftlH Cv vH,r-lf i.fttp$igu
An Excellent Combination.
The pluiibaiit metlitul ntul beneficial
:JTcoU oC thu wrll known roinetly,
iviiui or Fioh, timutifncturvil by tho
AMFoisNt.v Fin Svnui Co,. Illustrate
'ho vtiltioof obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to bo
mcdii'lniilly liixalivc nnd prefcontinff
'.hern in the form most rolYcsliliif,' to the
iistc and necunttiblc to tho hystuin. It
i tho ono purfout strengthening' laxa
Avu, olnansiiiff tho .system cfTcutmilly,
lispplliiiguohls, headaches and fevers
rcntly yet promptly and enabling one.
:o overcome habitual constipation per
manrntly. Its perfect freedom from
every object innablo quality and sub
stance, nnd its actineon the kidneyp,
.iver and bowels, without weakening
ir irritating them, make it the ideal
In tho process of manufacturing flga
are used, as they arc pleasant to tho
lastc, but the medicinal qualities of tho
remedy are obtained from senna and
other 'aromatic plants, by a method
known to the Camfoiinia. Via Svtur
Co. only. In ordor to pet its bencllcial
jflects'nnil to avoid imitations, please
:cinembcr the full name of the Company
printed on tho front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN 1'RANOISCO. CAL.
T.OOIBVXX.X.E, K. NEW YOKE, N. V.
Torsalo by all DruRBlsts. Price DOo. per bottlo.
f City Notes. J
TI.'AM WilVEKS TO MKKT. A mcclinp of the
'I cum Drill id' union will lu lioM Sunday at 2
1. in. in Jl.iuh's hall, M'joiniii? .iuiuf.
IM.I ITIO.V IX HAXKIIUI'ICV. IMn.ml Mi
r.ilhu'l, ,i Hiinshiii;: lucrcli.'iiit, jtvIcii1.iv pctl
tioncil .ludjrc Aichlj.ilu to lie ill-cliaisnl as a
l'.KCULAil JinmiNd'. A lCRiilir liioilin? of
1 lie I.iinlcn slicct Temple nnd llillcf H.ciety Mill
lip lirM Monthly cicnlr.g at Ml-. 1!. -.milci's,
JIIK IlKIXn l.V-li;i!i:i. Mr-, Homy llcinr, oi
Sii.TTi "J-crantuii, w.1-. tin mm fiom her c.iiiiim
mi I..iilv.m.um i .iicnui' .iMiitliy inclining and
vis imltc Iiully injiiitil aliout the hcnl.
INr 'lO THU HOr.ll-. Ih- ruinni muul'M
of the Outlook li.ii an aitiilc on "A Vl-It to the
lions in Hi'iiinnli," liy liov. 1'i.niU SilHl ISilhu
tino, i ec I oi of Ohrisl Kpiiecpnl clmn.li of lliii
in:r.i) von win; tui.viin'i:. John r.uoy, oi
fllii I'.ilincr elicit, .ii In M in s.OU bail lij Mjirh
trjto Howe jcitriiiiy for hii nppc.ii.nicr in eouil
'hi the ilmuo of .1-3 mil ami lnttciy prefeuwl liy
his Mite, Mary.
Ol'lllSA CAIiNIVU, ur.lli:AII.-Al..-- thansc
h.n ljein iniile for the veheaif.il tonight. Tho
"liiljntlie" ihoiin niKV Mill uheii.-c in fliiern
ay lull at S.:;0 n'llocl,', Nel Motidai night at
7."D ii'eloik the entile ohoiin will inert for .1 u-ear-il
of tho "noliniii.ni (Mil." It ii eiy Jin
noifant tint only iiKiuhci of thii opera should
lie pierfiit at the Mondaj ninht iel.e.niil.
Extreme Novelty Garments.
Have just returned from New York
with a larse assortment of the most
.stylish coals for Ladies and Hisses
s"ei. In Scran tun this season. If pos
sible ionic Saturday morninjr and
avoid lliu afternoon rush.
mi;ai:s & iiaoen.
CAR IS DYNAMITED.
Cartridge Placed on tho Giecn Kidge
People's Line on Capouso Ave
nue, Neai- Ash Street.
'At fi.30 o'elqck last evening an out-M'ard-bouud
car on the Clreon ltidgc
People's line, on t'apouse avenue, near
ish street, ran over and exploded a
lynumllu cartridRe, damaglns the car,
!einnllhlii windows in uelKhboring
intildiiiss and causing it commotion.
Tho wheel of the car which expluded
die carlrldBO was broken, the windows
.if the car were smashed, and the mo
iiirman sustuined it cut on his hand
I'rum beiiiB thrown ukiiIusI the win
Sow. 'J'he conductor was lifted from
nis feet, but not lujuied. Iortuuntely
there were no passengers on the ear.
The dynamite cartridKo was likely of
considerable size and was placed on
ilio track to cause ji scaie rather than
'o do injury. The company is highly
fNcrclsed over tho occurrence, and of
fers a reward of $100 for inioimatlon
that ii III lead to tho detection of tho
person who placed tho explosive on tho
"Walter O'Donnell and James Kelly,
two boys, residing on Capouso avenue,
weio arrested yesterday at tho Instance
of Special Ollleer Stephen Dyer, of the
Scranton Hallway company, charged
with throwing etoncs at passing street
cars. They will be given a hearing be
fiiie Masiatrate Millar this afternoon.
Our Tens tiro nil selected for tlir-lr
purity; of exquisite flavor and rich cup
qualities, imperial Tea and Coffee Co,,
Vli Spruce btrcet.
"r-t -M"f f -M-ff-f -f 4
Spiing- Brook Wntcr,lst Mtg.5a t
Lncka. Valley Elec. Light, 1st t
Mtg. 5s. X
Novth Jersey and PoconoMoun- f
tain Ice Co,, 1st Mtg. Os, I
Standard Gns Co,, 1st Mtg'. 5s,
Lbhightou Water Supply Co,, 1
1st Mtg, 5s.
New Mexico Railway and Coal
Co., 1st Mtg, 5s.
Description and price on appli
-f M llreadwjy, $, y,
f Wilkci-lUrie. I'aibon-lilc. -f
f 1-5 0 C'otniiiciiiitjlth lids, acrantoii, Vt.
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FEDERAL COURT SESSION.
Judge R. W. Aichbnld Will Sit In
HarriBbuifr Next Week.
.Itttlgo It, Archbiilil goes In tliir
rlslittig, Monday, to huld a sefsloit of
t'nllcil Slates court. I'lrflt 11. It. W.
Snirlc nnd ttiputy I'lork .lolin V.
Kofeinoiltl, of tills city, will also go.
Among the eites to be tried In the
district, court Is thai usulml William
A. (Irny, alias Franl Wnllace, charged
ilth Murklng a green goods' game. Mil
ton W. Lowty, of tills city, Is his at
torney. The .tutors from Lackawanna county
nic .lolin It. WilllaiiiH, Ltvy B. Itlehitrd,
Will r. Mooney, John V. 1'ork, Harry
S. I'otisl, .1. W. Short, of Scranton: It.
W. ItMucr, of .leiniyn; John ). 1'tck
and Kicd W. Junes, of l'eekvllle.
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.
Col. H. M. Boies Elected President at
the Annual Meeting Airnngc-
nients for Coming' Dinner,
Col, Henry JI. Holes, of Ibis city, was
yesterday elected president of the New
Kngliind society of Northeastern Penn
sylvania at the annual meeting held In
the board of trade rooms at 1 p. m.
In the absence of the letlrlng presi
dent, W. II. Itlchmond, who Is touring
in Mexico with it party of mining engi
neers, Col. Doles, the retiring vice
president, piosklod. The other olllecrs
elected weie as loll,ovs: Vice-president,
Charles H. Welles! secretary, J.
Harry Fisher; treasurer, A. C. Fuller;
historian, II. K. Paine.
It was decided to hold the nnnunl
bantiuct on the night of December 0
In the board of trade assembly room.
The banquet will be in celebration of
the fifteenth or crystal anniversary of
the society's organization and tho ar
rangements will be in accordance viltli
A special committee, which will have
entire charge of the arrangements, will
bo named by Colonel Doles In tho
course of a. few days. The iiuestion
of admitting ladles to the affair, which
Mas brought up yesterday, is to be tak
en up by this committee.
The list of speakers who will in all
probability deliver after dinner speeches
at the banquet is. as follows Hon.
Luther Lallin Mills, of Chicago, a
prominent member of the Cook's coun
ty bar and it brother-in-law of Colonel
Doles: Hew Joseph Twite-hell, of Hiirt
i'oid. Conn.; Hon. H. A. Fuller, of
Wllkos-liairo and Hon. W. U. Ilensel,
of Lancaster, former altoniey-general
or this state. All of these men h.to
established reputations as after dinner
NEW PLAN IS ADOPTED.
Stockholders of the Anglo-Amciicnn
Loan Association May Real
"Jloll.mtl," in his Neil York letter In
the Philadelphia Pi est', yesterday had
the following concerning the Anglo
American Loan association, which has
many creditors in this part of the state:
'IhU nioiiiing the u-iuitcii ul the AiiKlo-Amcrt-ciii
Loan .inocl itimi Innii'il our the piopcity
to a eiiipniatlon i died the Knipiie Mite l!i ilti
company, (he li'iiiiiitjilp lidni,' lieitli.i ended',
and .i nciv ami 5liei unpuiation pined in
chaise of tho ancts ,,f thi-5 at one time sirate-c
of our f ilium and loan .isnHkitiun
'ihcre are many htoikli.ddui in thK .11.1.1,1.1
tion in I'um-jliania, .New Yolk. nhio. lllinoii
and otliei pan, of the union who, while tln.i
will In. .-i.itifiiil to le.mi Hi n at l.nl (hole I1 a
inn-pect nl a iei-oiiilile and, on the whole, Mh,.
f.nloie winilin- up of the .itlali-s of thii 101
poiatuui, will neu-r know the ilitliuiltiri and
iiuliairaiiiiicnls th.it Iiaie luni metiiitli liy i..
who Iiaio .it lJ t loimtilalPil and unipimu
'II10 ii,lii-Aiuei.(.m awn iiiion had .it ihe
lime of the wholly iiiijii-tilhhle att.nk made l.j
urliiii Mniklioliiiit tipun il, about s !,un0,uij 1 ni
.1-1 1. 'Ihe dill.iulli na-i (hit tlllH- VU( imt
fiililt aiiel-. V io.u'i nperleii(e amv tlie mi
poi ition hid linn iil.irnl in the lemwiV liainli
mule it ii-itam that the epniiei of Inpiid ition,
the id prei i.il.011 IIiioiikIi foiied ule-, Ihe i.iiioiq
II ciunliiaiieei and iluulin U iuriit.ilily nut wall
ill piuiicilln (it lliii kind, as well .11 the pio.
fra1tiuatl1.11 would nit InMiily into any di
tnhutioii po-.-ihle tor the Mm MiuIiIck after leal
iiatiou upon die awets. 'Ihe dinitoii of tie
coiporatlon, tlinefoie, l.iiM'd In all ahoiit ."1(1(1,.
000 to piotcct the piopcitiiN, piy ta.es, ' prr
dit foieclosiiiej,, keep up inteieit and aUo
lionu'dl IlKinvIiCn lo the estdit of iJ,10,'.on,
eieatnl a nally company which piopmed 1 11 Imy
all of the iiuel-i of the Anslo-Aineiiein, lii,iii
nlo and (hen diitillnile to tlie i-liiekliolileis
Seicnty-flie per cent, of the ttoihhohlci-i line
lgicccl to Ihio plan; the t units haie appuned of
il, today the lerelwri withdicw and heiealter it
ii the l.'iupiie Slate lle.illy (mupaiiy, with whlih
the widely-it.iltciid rtockholdeis of the Au.lo
Aiui'iiian mo to deal,
The whole cpiiieiiio lihili ilei Ihe ludli
whlih the nmio eouiiiulioiii lawjeis hIh.i.i.i
(crk lo enioiie, (hit it ii fouittnin'', the mi-t
fooliih and w.iitu'iil of plui.iir.iiurs lo put .1
loipoi.ition into liaukiupti.i, 'llicui was jtiwi
lulely no leanni ju,lil!cil hy auv poutnl luiilivis
(wpeilinie for piouedlie,'i that nude n lunk
nipt of ilio Rio iti it ol our f.uliiKi and loin a,,
sorlatioui, ami had the all id, not W11 made
upon it li) .1 few timid stoikhuhlei-, il U Idule
lr pinlnlde tli.it the i oiporatloii would he today
in a llouiUlilus and uliolly s-itiitattoiy eonditlon.
HER SUFFERINGS RELIEVED.
Zoe Bender Dies After a Five Months
'mo Deader, tho fourteeu-ycar-old
daughter of Ely Dundee, of uos San
derson avenue, died at tho Lackawan
na hospital yesterday morning after
having been in that institution for the
last llvo months,
.She fell from it cherry tree In the
eatly part of Juno and bioko her
back. Her lower limbs were paralyzed
and sho has been 11 patient suifcrcr
tit tho hospital ever since. Tho ic
liialus weio taken to the family homo
from where the funeral will be held
Wanted Soft Coal Miners
for W, Vu, t'.ir fan 510 from Potts
vllle: coniimny mows lamllles; no
strike; steady oik; good wages.
Apply Clifford's Kinploynient Agency,
HS Mtiliautungo fit,, Puttsvllle, I'a,
Tho popular Punch clear Is still tha
leader of the 10c clsara.
Uuy your coffee at C.'uursonV.
Smoko tho popular Puiuh HV. cigar,
J0ll.NSTON.Vi:sONVi, Sildlitn, I'a. SuV.
7, Jl), hy llei, f,', (', Ljuun, at the 1.0111 1
sircil Jieihouijt I.'pltiopal ilundi, h.i .lolm.
Ion, of Ikiltmi, and jHk, zohlla X. Wuton, oi
Illtll.iiS. lu Hunlon, l'j., Nov. S, Iwl, IIjii
"M 1'rlsu. sisf'l 7'J ytm. Funcial I'rluto,
Jlonjjy, Kvv, II,
CASE IS READY
TESTIMONY CLOSED IN THE OLD
General Manager Sllllmnn Gives the
Company's Side of the Story About
tho Alleged Bribing of Three Coun
cllmen Dlvorco Granted by Judge
Carpenter in tho Cuylo Case and
Two New Dlvojce Applications
Filed Sheriff Schadt Seli3 Proper
tics Other Court Notes,
Tho defense In the ease of Keoglt
and others against the ricrunton and
Plttston Traction company closed yes
terday and the case Is now ready for
Tho principal witness yesterday was
General Manager Frank Sllllman, jr.
Ills story, corroborated by tho testi
mony of others and documentary evi
dence Mils ns forecast In yesterdity'it
When the company was seeking u
franchise In Old Forge, It expressed 11
willingness to pay some bonus and
while cast lug about for a way of giv
ing the bonus, 11 suggestion cime from
P. Mulherin, one of the said citizens
of that uelghboihood, that tho coni
imny give S"i00 to each of tho two
principal churches or the borough.
The company did some canvassing on
this suggestion and Ilndlng that It was
generally approved, decided to adopt
A 1 heck for .,"iM was sent to one
pastor and S500 In cash was given to
Mr. Gallagher for the other pastor.
The latter, Mr. Gallagher said, pre
ferred not to have a cheek, and at
.Mr. (itillagher's suggestion the dona
tion was made In cash.
801110 time after the money was sent.
Sir. Mullierln spoke to the pastor
about tho donation. The pastor denied
that he had received it and maintained
ho knew nothing of it. Tho other pas
tor received the check and cashed It.
Ho admitted lis lccelpt on the stand
Mr. Gallagher's story is that he was
given $500 to bribe councllmen and that
he divided it among three of them.
The councilman deny having received
any of the money.
The question of including the second
or duplicate ordinance in the case will
lie disposed of tit argument court.
Suit for S40,000 Damages.
Suit was brought yesterday by Wat
son, Dlehl .c Kemmerer, for Jlaiia
O'Connor, to recover S10.000 damages
1 rom the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railroad company.
Mrs. O'Connor claims these damages
for the death of her husband, who was
killed last winter at the No. G crossing
Ho was a driver for the Atlantic
Defining company, and was attempting
to pass over the dossing when a train
came down on him. He was fatally
in.iuied, the hnrtes killed and the
It is alleged by the plaintiff that no
signal Mas given of the approach of
Mrs. Cuyle Granted a Divorce.
A decree in dlvoiee was yesterday
handed down by .Ittdge .1. W. Carpen
ter in the case of .Mary li. Cuyle
against Almond O. Cuvle.
They were man led March :!.'!. 1SD1,
al Hollistervllle. by 'Squire Uben llol
Hster, and lived together eight years,
in Petersburg and Haw ley. He Mas
a brakenian on the Krio and Wyoming
Valley road. He lelt hero three yea is
ago last .May. and the last heard of
III 111 he m.is In Texnrkunn, Arkansas.
She is living with her mother in Uiiu
moie. Sold by the Sheriff.
I'roperiics mcic sold as follows by
Sheriff (J. H. Schadl yeateula:
PioiH'ify 01 'lhnuiH l.iiinU, 111 lluiuuoir, to
Vui Sloich, alloiuey, foi ?''--"
I'lopiiti et 'lliouii II. l'hillIH and l!ll. ilielli
1'hillipi, in Sci.nitiiii, to Utile Von stoirh i
1'iopeilv of 'lhou1.11 1'inlllp-, in Suautoti, to
W. .1. I.ewi., f,,r !iV,u.
l'roperlv of Jl.ny MiMillj, in 01ip'i.ilit, In ().
li. I'artiid'e, .ltloimy, tor Jir.
I'lopeity of .1. II, :iiiuji'i, in liiiainoio, to
Wellei A: Tourv, nttoine.n, lor l.l..;n.
1'iopeity .if 1'iauk , 1'ilh r, 111 snanton, (0
lVnn-ihani 1 Tniit loiupany, for I ".'.
1'iopirly of llolirit (', Shinlk, ill Ohph.inl, to
Intein.itlciinl liulldiir," I.o.iu aiwciat 1011, tn
l'mpi'ity of Minor f. C.nr, in siiantoii, In
su.intou Poliif.s hank, fm 4M.lf.
1'iopeity of l.'dwaid W.1I1I1, ill Scraiituii, lo
Willaid, W.iircn , Knapp, atloineji, for 2,0lK
)'iiniti- of lain ml WaWi, in Sainton, lo
Will it il, Wiiieu &. Kuipp, .itlniney.-', for 1 , s.'al.
1' illy of lMii.inl Walili, in fi.miuii, to
Will.ild, W.111111 it Ku.ipp, .itlnnii'.i'i, (or tn.'OJ.
l'lopeily of May IHlilirlnii, In Diiiuuoio, to
Mi Donald, alloiuiy, lor .V,f,
1'iopeily of Kolieit r, ll.innon, in 'uanluu, Ic
lli'iuy A. Kiiifhold, for I.ims and (o.U
I'lopeity nt (i, H, llai!;, in s'rr.iuton, to .lolm
A. I.allar, for vM,!'.'.n,
l'loputy of Alii.nii f!. Tnliilm;, In oulli
AhiiiKton, to James .1. O'Malhy, atlmnpt, for
1'iopirly of bona Term, lu Siiantun, to Toi.
ley it Willei-, atouie.w, for jJIOT.T.".
1'ropeity of Willkuu T. .Ienkln, In oulli
Aliliiulou, lo P. .1, ll.nN, attorney, for Vi),,lui,
I'lopuly of .lo-iph (.'. S.lm.at, In Seiaiiiou,
to Slate Capital Sallies loan a.odatlon, (or
1'iopeily of d.1111 W.ii,iur, In n 111I..11, lo
fiem.-c KclliM, for $sl.D.
Mi'" Mali MlllOa".,!
Ak'vmdi.i M.iliiioiiki Mlimoka
lc'. t.Oaillllilky Si i.intoii
iitiiiliii Sm.iiU ,, Vianton
liilni lleji'.under , ,iianlon
JI-"! Hil'l'l" Srunton
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
The ue of Kllfii ('. iMly aSaiut ,inncj ".
Doiuully w.11 jeilndiy appealed to the Supcilor
III 1 lli.inoii ippliid fm a illioiip ft fin Daiid
Pijiion, allislnjf cimlly ami tlexirtlgn. 'liny
lure 111.11 1 hd Sept. n, !')., The .ilKjjeil il.-ei.
lion tonk place Nov, (i, wr rr.uiK II. Ilo.ik
Icpii'MiiU Mlj. lie nan,
Alipliiatlmi w.i in nlo jilenl.iy by M.ny Sed
link for 1 illume fiom 1'i.uik Pedlnik, who, the
alliti'i, ilvniti'il lur Uy 20, , aller ihej hnl
lllul (oadher for Hie jeau. I', .1. rii,iiimion
li Ihe llhi'llaul' allouii'i.
In (lie rtJte id lliiijiiulii I', IVilikk, late of
S.mli Alilnatmi, U-ttu of iidniliiUlullnii u-rf
il(iday Kianted, lo lleeUlev Kodi, to h.nah
M. IViliick. In the ulate of Ta!or A, (.Ih-on,
late nl Si union, l.lleis of ailmliii.li nioii nfie
tii oiiiil tu 'llionii. r, filli.uii.
Taking No Chances.
Aillnir suietny of SUlo Adeo la a (U'l
aril (ileluii'Voi' 101 ihul.ny, hkli he (mailoti.
all) iniploii, inn In ilisdi-jin jtuiu nl stale.
The iillm lUy he a akul ulirthcr Ihe C'oloin.
bli-V(lie,'.ucl.i alfali n.i 1 cully only a louplo ol
roolutluiK oi iu, tuliij to lifioino a v.ar lc.
tiicru tho tun 11.1 1 Ion.-.
"1 don't Inou j t." U'plidl the .'iilinj itiic
tiry of tute. "tluie 1, (.oniiihlnv itolne on
doiui Ihfli', Imt I half not .ut Mom 11 dcii thu
barrel tu Il tiny aie lojiled."- Ncn Vcik
Until Tuesday, November
12, on account of death in
0! fliiman Nafiire
An Heroic Rescue.
Tins store of un nctunl ociurirnco mfttn be
came It ki not told by 1 he bip, louud Meed
Woodward uwnuo irldeut, who ptnietii.iles tlm
whole n.iiiiitlon lti (uiglliiga and ilioUngi
tlwt thiraten apoplrxy.
"I vliilteil In the 'lumber wood", and ho did
I'dr," U Ids liioiltalilij licRlimlnir. "Wii both
on out, and mo'io both jtut the einic men c
Hied to me. It's the wointn who ttnn 011 tho
tlicivorka when ion get thu money, but you'io
Rot to lenieinber that they gciici.illy help make
ami uic II.
"V,y up In the rtalc neiii' wliem IVlr began
he built it lrirl.ir palate, and hired people to
fmnMi It for him, plctiuel and ttiituiiy in
eluded, In tho hallway then- was :i tine btntue
of thu tlnek i-lair, and Pete tij.nl to liniit I1I1
nlitoi oler it when he lud lonipam. Iikt sum
mcr I made him .1 i, and the louilli nlffht I
w.11 tlieie ihi! idaco took file. We ttnmised to
kic 1110-t of II, for Tele h.n an niteil.in well,
plenty of huiu and 11 hell that makei inoic nolto
than tlic old style cannon.
"When we had dov ned the (lie ie went Inlo
(he lard, and lit upon 11 Menu that made Pete
coma within on me. of dying; fiom laughter.
'Hint was the (Ireik (.laic on the swanl and .1
diunkcn fiihoinian, teals stioimlng down hl
(,'hiek, throwins water Into her face.
" 'I kue-s ihc'i sone, Pcle, but I got her out
quick as I see hei, lluowril that quilt 'lound
brr, put her down here in (lie air and been
liyin' ler 'Vunive" her cer since. I'd like lo
find Ihe feller that Hit them nippers on her
Tlii aniu.'imi stoiy is told by the picsitlcnt of
a Xeiv Bedfoid bank, nnrl if it his seen the
light of mint t don't know it. Ono day not
lone ago he and oilier ofln-crs and dneetors weio
engaged in a buincs ineetinj, held In the d.
iidc'ie' loom of the bank, and a' they bellcied
theniMhei hecute from intiuiion, were inueli
nuprl-ed to see a poor little waif enter the
loom, .something which :i nun of builnt-u atlaiia
would not daio to do tnidir such eondilion-. 'tlie
llllle gill, Flnliliily eolthed and pinched look
ing, hid all imcoiisciouslv euteicd on foiluddcn
giound, but this she didn't HulUe, and at onee
went to the men seated about the big table, of
tiling them (.mall cake.s of soip for ,ile, Tho
eiy Hint diieetor whom bhe appioiehcd shook
his head, impatient at. the inteliuptiou of Iiu-I-
liev, and said thirply, "I ueier uc it." 'Jho
tiny peddler, uniluihed, went from 111.111 to man,
all the others, out of pity for her wan little Hu
me, billing of her. As (he started to leivc the
room, after thanking each puidiaser, tho gill
heiitaled a moment in fiont of the diieetor who
neicr Hied .simp, uicoidiug to hii own dedaia
(ion, and, looking liiui oirr ticm head to fool,
i.iid, dlidaiiifully, "Well, jer look it!" and then
the swept out like :i ilu he.-. Boston Herald.
The Preacher's Lack.
' I want to tell jou .1 gnod one," and Dr.
Ceoige II. Ide's e.ici iiuikled and the munles
ol hii anitoiny gntheied and lekiM'd and gath
ciid and iili(d again.
"In n lIiuuIi no-. .1 thousjiiil niih.s fiom Mil
w.iulee ,1 ialIio.nl cou.hii.lor attended hniices
iei.ti.tly. It was tho lit lime he hid cier
luen teen in a lIiuh !i, and ln pieieiuv caiiiCl
ipiite n Mir. The pieni her pieinlud his wi
111011, and then, leludant to lote the opportunity
ti mike a Luting inipn.i-iuii, he tiacclid oior
l!i" s.'ino giound ill language inoic inipie.siiii;
'.iid .-pun his di-coiu-e out into uuw an anted
'".Vh'ii (lie Kiiiie cndid one of my ika-tliil
is, o'li" of tlie deiii.iii of tlie ehiucli -w illed fcr
the li.'lio.nler and, iinn-tiiig him, inquired:
" 'low, did .ou like the it'iuiiin'.'
'It w.11 all light.'
"'ion enjoj c rl il, did juii.'
' '(.s; it wai a icly good .1(1111011.
' 'I i-iippo-i we cliill line the plea-uie of C''
nig .ion at cluueli ogaini'
" 'I iluu't knov; 1 miy cmue. Theic's only
one double Willi Hut parson of 01n.V
"'And piay. vhit is lluli'
" 'lie ilot'iii'l appear to 1i.im ery good leiml
nil facilities.' "-.Milwaukee i-eiiliiicl.
Not Her Eiugcrs.
(lliiei Wendell Iloliucs enjojed nothing w
inueli .11 1 dour retoit, ecn If it happened to
be ,u Ida own cpen-e. One 1I11 , al an eutm
laiuuiout, he vas Mated real ihe lelrethmcnt
(able, and ob.-eiwd a little yiil looking Willi
longing e.ies at the good thine", Willi hii in
laiiililo foudiKu lor ildldiin, lie Mid, kiu'llv :
"Ale .Miu hungry, little gill';"
"r, sir," was tho leph.
"Ilicn win- don't ,miu take a nnlwtch.'"
"Ilcruiisi" I haien't any foil;."
"I'lngeis wue undo Inline folk'," raid tii
doit 01, Mllllillgh,
'Jhe little gill looked at him and leplied, to
his df Usui:
".Not my fingers." Voutir.s C'oiup.uiioii.
Bishop Phllpotts' Sharp Tongue.
Illihop Pldlpolli., ol Kxetir, eatly earned his
lepui.nion for Mjlng bhnp thiugi. One 01 (lie
guilts at an uiiddgiadualei' p.uly 111 (JM011I
sing a long much out 01" tune. Then Phllpotts
wii. 1 illid i';iuii.
"1 haien'l 1 note in my oice," iJ he,
"Will, ii you tfitfl ring, .miu mibt make a
fpeuli or tell ,1 tni)," dedaieil the ll.
"It I mil to tell a Moiy," said tho future
bUhop, "I think I Miould siy that I .should Ilka
to hear " " - slug Hut tona; aaalu!"
Much later in life lr went to pay u Wt in
Dei on, I1I10.
"It's .1 bcitillful place. I-n't it!" atked a
"Vet," said the bUhop, "but It it weie mine I
would pull down the huii.-e nnd till up the pond
with It, that would leuiovo two objedluns,"--Youth's
A Record Run,
Ai .1 1 1.1 In on the b'outlif.iilciii lailwa) boldly
slcmicd into llolborn Viadiut slatlou nil cldeily
genlleinaii Hepped out, and 011 being acio&tnl
wlih the 11,11 it "All tUkcti, plciic," tho KditU
man piodiiiid a tlckit 011 which weie the woidis
"Ai.illable onli lei ililldun inidei 1 jcais ol
'Ihe (ollecloi ttdiiil at the iumlpllon for bomc
InniiKiiLs uiul turning lo the gintli'iiiaii he ild;
"Kxtuee me, I'll, but lliN li a clillii'ii llel.eti
can't you beu tho woidi 'for ilillilien uii'ler 1J
oil it;' I'm afiald I unlit detain .1011 "
Veiy saicastically the nged gciilldiun, addic
lug tho tilth linn lulleclor, aid;
"ih.il's all light, my nun; peilnpi il' lather
out of date; but I was 'under 1." when I stalled
I10111 I. luiing C'ltiw "
'the tolleetor, being awuio of tho lcioul peedi
uf the SoulheaUrii ciprras, looked iciy Minll
as ho let the gditlemni pits out of the ntu.
lion. - Loudon paio .Moment,
A Youthful Promoter,
A hoireuuii had an amusing; expiiliioe nur
Ihe .speulway ,i tew tla) ugo, lie talhd lu an
Idle lu'wcbo.i tu hold bl hoie while be nude a
call on .1 cliiiit. On leailne; the hou,e hn wai
smpiUd to mo auotlitr boy in (liaise of the
hnitr, So he akeil;
"llow'ij thl. oii aie not the boy I Int my
"No lr, I JUt H-tMlalcd, and bought him
of the olhei boy for 10 ccia. lc iM as lioi;
.con wue only woilh a nickel, and J tai )uu
wue good lor 11 fiujtlcr, heel"
The boy got thu quaitir uiul v. cut jiouud (lie
cnucr, whrie (ho luet boy was walling under
.111 open window in (ho home of the hvitiuijn'
'"lliat's ther wai (cr woik the fewcll,M ''
the jouug (peculator to Ills ronipanloii. "KI
jou had ildjul ho wouldcr toughed up 11 dune.
'Ihe lilutl inado him rulumcd to luml oicr 1cm
Hun the two bit. Von fc-elj 1J cents and I keeps
Hi' cttiy imt for icriiivliii' ells scheme. cc!"
-Vv oii '1 lines.
TWO MEM ARRESTED BY SPE
They Wore Taken Into Custody nt
Nay Aug- nnd Aie Believed to Be
Professional Burglars They Woro
Taken to This City and Arraigned
Before Magistrate Millar Who
Committed Thorn to tho County
Jail for Six Months ns Suspicious
Throe Luoltawnnna special olllecrs
yestcrtiuy qfternoon arrested two men
neur Nay Attpr who tiro believed to ho
profcsftlonal btU'Rluru. They were cotn
niltted to the county jail by Magis
trate Millar an HUHplclotts pcrKoiiH.
nnd nn effort will bo mmle to see It
they nro wanted lit any other city.
Special Officers Michael Hpellmati,
.Tohn Plel and J. JI. Casey were near
Nay Attu; on tlie lookout for tramps
on soma of the pnnsihig' freight trains.
They saw these two intju Jump 011 11
train which was running slowly and
started after them.
The two men saw ihem and made
for the woods nearby, but were fol
lowed by the olllecrs and placed 1111--
dcr arrest. They were searched, and
In the pocket of the older of the men,
who afterwards gave his name as Wil
liam Kelly, was found n loaded revol
ver. A chisel mid a burglar's file was
found on the yuiinger man, who gave
his name as Thomas Cunningham.
Uoth were taken 011 the next train
to this city and were brought to Mag
istrate Millar's office. On the way
through Centre street Cunningham
abstracted something from his cloth
ing and passed It over to Kelly. Tho
latter gave a quick Jerk and thew It
Into a rubbish barrel, onicer Spell
man saw the move, and hearing the
clashing of metal went back and
searched the barrel. He found a bunch
of skeleton keys containing over a
dozen keys.such as are used by cracks
men. When arraigned before Magistrate
Millar tho older man gave his name
as William Kelly and said be bad been
living with an uncle, John Kelly, on
Jackson street. He said he was a
boilermnker by trade. There Is no John
Kelly residing on Jackson street, and
though the prisoner has been seen
around the streets on different occa
sions for several years. His name is
not believed to bo Kelly. He has every
appearance of being at least a profes
sional tramp if nothing worse.
Tho other fellow gave his name as
Thomas Cunningham, nnd his homo as
Pioton, Ontario, Canada. Ho said lie
was L'L' years old and that he was a
sailor by occupation. Uoth admitted
that they were starting on a tramp.
Magistrate Millar committed them
to the county jail for six months as
suspicious characters.and In tho moan
time the pollco will endeavor to dis
cover their real identity.
Younger Befuses an Office.
By i:cliulc Wlic fiom The Atucinloil I'rcsi.
MinnripnlK Minn., v. S. A. A. Ami?, may
or ot .Uliincipoli-,, today tcmlrrril 1'ole Younger,
tlie notoiious Iiamlit, now out of (lie Jllimc'sot.i
fituto iiiUon on pmolo, after scnlns twcnly-l'no
.cir-, of n life sentence, a iircition in captain
ot the local iioliru forie. Colo took the matter
up with his fiiemK in St, Paul, mIicic lie h now
cni?.ii'il ,n olork in .1 Kioceiy stoic. I pon thu
nibico ot hU fiiniil.- ho ilcchlcil to n-ln-o the
I A Great
1 Assortment of I
1 NA I
For Stylish Women ;
And Dressy Misses g
JUST RECEIVED. I
Ladies' Ralgans, Newmarkets,
Ladies' 27 and 40 -inch Coats,
Ladies' Extra Size Coats,
Ladies' Velour Jackets,
Capes for Old Ladies,
Misses' Exclusive Coats,
Misses' Long and Short Coats,
Children's Long and Short Coats.
If possible come Saturday morning
and avoid the afternoon crush.
1 Mears &
415-417 Lackawanna Avenue.
Salts and Peppers
Sterling Silver Tops that screw on the glass,
not put on with Plnstar Paris. You know salt
nbaorbs moisture, that sottens
it conies oil. It corrodes
top. Not so with the Sterling.
large ones -15-'. Celery Dip
to 25c cncli.
JAR & CO..
ZZ mmmmmamMmmmmwmimmmmmmmmetwmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmnKmmmmmmmm J"a
Scranton Bedding Co.,
F. A. KAISER,
Lackawanna and Adams Aves.
.Seal Skin Coals
Persian Lamb Coats
Raw furs bought
New Building, 324
Injunction Against Pickets Refused.
Hy Km lui e Who fiom 'J he A'lOciatcd Pre-Ji.
Uiiugn, ov. 8. ,luilgi ( hctl.iin tmliy icfu-id
to sji.int ,1 teinpoi.iiy u straining older atai., t the
Iiiteinatioiiil Anwdithiii of Mm lniii-1-. ir-n i.M'l
for liy ltoheil T.iiianl, a ni.iiliiiici.i iiiiiiul.ii tnier. I
'Ihe (omt -ihl that T.iirjiit wuiihl haw to Miow ,
that tho phl.eK (ie n-iny: fom- .i.iint 11011
nuloii nn n In foir mi iiijiim liull loiihl i r I'.-iiii-t
the plaster and
35c small size;
Cut Glass, 15c
t.ii Wvomlnir. Ave.. Scranton
You are not polnp to
wear them for a few
mouths, don't crush
your dainty summer
hats and gowns into
space altogether toe
email for them. Xet
us make you a box
couch, with scparato
hats, waists and
skirts prettily lined
nnd covered an ad
dition to any room.
Prices from S7 up
H. D. CRANE
A new Invoice of very
clever SUIT5 just re
ceived. Also some very fine
For cloth and style thej
are perfect, ranging in
$7.50 to $16
l his Wise Woman
Even if you do not
need a Corset today,
you will before many
weeks, and such an
opportunity as this
does not come every
day. Look the Corsets
over and and compare
Quality, Style and
Prices wilh those you
The C. B. Corset
is the pinnacle of
A satisfactory, ser
viceable every day
Corset, in Whit , Black
and colors, low
g breast, straight front,
$i.oo, i.2 ana 1.75.
All of the three styles
possess $2.00 worth
of wearing qualities and
and never fail to please
their purchaser. Call
and examine them.
Scott & Co.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Asent for the Wyomii.s District tor
Mining, Blasting, Spoillnsr, Fmol.ecM aiJ th'i
Ilcnauiio Chemical Coinpuii)'
Safely I'uio, Caps ami Kxplodem. Itcom Wt Con
nell lluilcllni; (Scranton.
tiio.s ronn put.ton
JOHN II. bMlTIt . SOS , l'lj mouth.
W. I.'. MULLIGAN WHWci Ujui
Tho 'I'rlhmic illl guarantee l" (uiiit
jottf iiapci' IkioU quicker thnn any otliei-
printlnt Iwusc in the city, )