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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- 8 AT CBDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1901'.
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THE UOBCft.t HArtDWAnB STOItJ.
Keeps out the cold nil
keeps III llli' in in. (lion
rutins a eituhlnn foi' tlio
itfim to settlleo iiq-nlliMl
(ills down fuel little, Is
ennlly lilt t on, uuono mil
Prices 2c lo (ic per ft.
TTii-io Ht .fiiat" In.
1J9N. Washington Ave O
FOWLER COAL CO,
dealers of the
ni.l) n.l.UMIO.ST, lot!'.'
Itooin 50, Conl Exchange
to.M, nr.i lM.m n id sv i'm or m.
AlU active novelties lor
mil, in the new eoloib
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spiuce t.ieet.
and Towel Supply
U fiirm-.lt 1.1 " 1 cN Wnklv. llli linnl
Funic (initUil ml. e4iluiiei, bcvckil iilitc lull
lot, n ml,, I ill Imt-li, ttl-K lrmiii, flmi1 Milk
in; or ni-oii iili-li .mil n'"inl imlit toip foi
5.1 pci uiontli
Wo liiMiilio pilion's lnnii' en towila ami ion
lucnc 'iiii- uniiliilt. Ml MIX.
SOS-310 I'ciin avenue. A. B. Wannan.
M'li ni I p.'
NOT AWAKE YET.
Councilnicn Don't Benlizo That They
Have Been Stiipped of Power.
The inciuliiis of councils .lie -low in
n.ili.liiK tli.it. lliev have boun s-hoin of
11 fTio.il deal of thoii powci.s by the
"tippci" 1111. Councils eon Ned both
eMiullve ami legislative functions uu
iUr tin- thiul ilass lily ait, but thev
tan now cM'icfso only puiely iorIsI.i-
The- pass-.iRO of 11 1 11 tain lo.solution
bv heloct 1 imiiLil (in TluiiHd.iy night Is
pci haps thu best evidence of the fail
that tin'1 m.ijoiltv ot the louncihnou
luio not ct awakened to the full
mouniiiK oi the lieu oider of things. A
lesolution was adopted bv select coun
cil e.uly last .spilni? ealllncr upon the
hiiptiinleudent ot polite to luinlslt
eounill 'with 11 monthly lepoil of all
nbsentatlons fiom dutv on the pint of
imv of the meinlieih of the lone.
The suoeilntendent sent in one Miib
lepoit and one mhIi lepoit only. Cotin
illnian rosmmc of the rouituntli
Mind intioiliued n 1 (.solution at Thtlis
lay nlfiht's iiieethiR alllnK upon the
f-upeilntendeiit to explain vvhv he
lulled to obe.v the oiIkUi.iI lesolutlon
The i evolution was adopted without
As a niatlir of Met the louiull has
about as much Mipei vision over the
hiipeilntendelit oi pollee under the
"lippei" bill as it has over Governor
Stone. The supeiintondeiit ot police Is
under the .supei vision oi the dluilor
of polieo hatcty and doesn't tin n
hlin?lo moment have to ohey any u'so-
lutlon whkli count 11 may p.n.
If the eounullti wl.sli ,v Infounatlon
leKaullmr iuunlt.lp.it matteis the.v i an
f,'et It by nppbliiR 10 the leiiiidir, but.
tlio Mipeiintendenl ot polite cannot be
foicid to supnlv It
TRANSFERS OF PRIESTS.
Changes Announced Yesteiday by
lit. Itiv M, .1. Iloban, lilchop of the
Snantou dlocei-e. made nuiKiuiueiiiiiu
jebtenlaj ol tmnsti.i.s of piloeLs, ah lol
lows, Itev. Jtienilali r Dunne, oC I.ovclton,
to succeed Ittv. .M. l. I.Miiti, of Jet
Itcv. ruinU JluiK, of Tieilaml, to
Itev. John Moon, ot wiiiiauifpoit, to
Hew .Tallies (illluesly. nl Haie, to
Rew atiphen O'ilojle, ot l.lttlc Miad
ovv, to $3,1 ic,
Dlbhop Iloban will go to Hiuletou to
flny to adiulnbter i oullt mutluii at St.
Oabi lei's iind the I.ltlumnlau (lunch
tonioirow. He will u'tuin Monday,
Mine Hotit John W, Haines, of diu
Hrunsvvlek, on Bin mo htiet-i, will
bej'VP imihl pl toillKllt.
SinoKo the new Klcou Oi ilgar,
The Natural Bridge
U tlio ililv one (I
lU l-Ulll IllH H
thu Ohlv ( OX.-hll.
.10lti vi.l of
lliu-tt'ii Wiou i'lf
'loiuinjl iogiiM h
inula bv liigiiincib
In (iIjiio tlu'Iy.
(oinv nul ta for
.1. .vurcd I'cuulinr-
ton, Plicetoi, J
NEWS OF FIRE
INSUHANCE RATES MAY SOON
Ftcsldcitt Jackson of the Middle De
partment's Boiud of Underwiltets,
Was In the City Inst Week Secur
ing Infoimntton Changes In the
Fho Alnrm Code Go Into Effect.
Descilptlon of the Regulation
Ovetcont to De Worn by Fhemen.
New Hoi PC for riankltns.
1'iPnldcnt .IiKksou of the boaul of
flic undenviltotH lor the .Middle de
partment, was In the illy this pait
week, seeiiilnjr Infounatlon leirnidlnpr
the iiindltloii of the lite department, to
be innsldeied ot the next ineetlnij of
the boaul. He was especially Intei
ented lu the hydiantH and vociued a
map Hhnvvtiur the location of all the Ihe
livdiantH In the illy.
Director ol Public Mafetv j I,.
XVm inner bad a rouvei nation with .Mr.
.Taiksim, In which the latter stated
that 11 was ety llkelv that the boaul
would lake up the tiueslon of the le
du tiou of the loial lates nt the nt
ineetinpr. The matter was dercucd u
the last meetliifi-, he fald, for nevciat
"I tcel." j-aid Dlleclor Wounsrr ,ch
kidav, "that the lebate riueHtlon is
what Is agitating- the Insuianeo people.
Thev pionilsed, when the rates wete
advanced, that they would rctimd ihe
amount ol the Ineieahe when thev wei
again idlueed. They don't app(ar to
be (lcslious of giving this money bnck
until they uie absolutely conllilcnt that
our the depailtuent Is lu flipt-cl'ts.s
"Wo have fulfilled all the ie.ison.iblo
ieiuhcmeiits deiiianded when the In
t lease was undo, and I feel confident
that the i.iles will be soon reduced.
AVe must lemembei. however, that we
can only pi event another Inueabe In
lates by Keeping oui lli o depattment In
fhst-elass loiiditiou. founiils must no
1oiik( r be nlfTKaidly in appropilutiliK
money for Its nialntenance. Thty
must ic'ilie that this is u eonslnntlv
mowing illy end that our Hie dcpai t
uient should pi ogi ess also."
The lepeater at the telephone e
ihange, which lepeats the alaim sent
In fiom ti bo to all the fhe houses
In tlio illy, has been out of older ior
the KisL few weeks, and an espcit elec
tiieian fiom the Oamewell Fhe Alaim
Telegiapb onip.uiv ai lived in the t ltv
ve.steiday to ateettain If it can be used
or whether a new one will be letpihed.
The new tlio alaim ( ode, mentioned
at length In The Tilbuno home time
no, went Into foiee yesterday. A
ipi i lal set ies of taps for the ( ailing
out ot anv sepai ate company in the
i ltv dcpai Imont, ha been prep.ued by
t'hlet roibei. It Is as follows:
sumhI inil Muni limn. icpolliliK ol bor. 1 In'
mil. J lip-, Hi oX in I I hMci coiuiuii), .) ii'-;
supi.li " laon. I tii: diudor ilcinitimul of
pnlilli -ifi l , " l.ips: liulldiiifr in-i'cilni, n 'ip:
point iitm1, 7 I ip4. nnliuhiKr, b tip,: jxiii ul
il inn, : I ! t.ips ( lii inn ll 1'nsinc roiiipun, o
i, ill lips Xo :, t i J up.; X'o. I. m : nps
1 lulnc (nmpint X'o. I, J J 1 tips No. 2, 2-J-2
tips, M 1, 2 2 " lips, No 1, 2 J I tips; Xo ",
2 2 ' t ip.; liorf (oinpniK-, ). 1, .""1 tips; No.
2 " "i 2 tips; No J, ""ill ips, Xo 1, ,"i "i I tips,
Xn ", "-5", tip-, Xo. T, S 'i (I-tips; .Xo 7, i ' 7
Theie has ben a geneial leauange
ment of the numbeis of the tlio iiKniTt
boi s to pi event confusion. Tlio
( hauges tippear on the new Hie alaim
sheet, whii h is now being disti United
by Chief IVibor.
Ho many of the liiomen hae asked
for infounatlon i colliding the i emula
tion oveno.it, whiih they will be 10
ituiied to wenr this coming winter,
that Dhcctor AVoiniber has issued the
following older, deseiiblng the stand
aid oat: Double-In easted fioik coal,
lolling lobar, tnided seanis, tnade ol
Ameiican Mill Melton, iluik blue in
lolor, same as adopted at headcpiai
teis; pine indigo blue dve. twenty
eight ounces per aul, In length lo
i each to the Knee; to button ilose to
neck, v, lib eight huge legulallon bul
lous on each hi east, tluee on each
sKii L behind and two sniull-si.id but
tons on eiuli euif; one outside bteast
pocket lovued by laigo outside flap,
two hi skills, covcied bv huge flaps;
-Kill to be lined with led siiniiiken
flannel and sleeves to be 11m d with
best I vv 1st sieivo lining.
The lepalis to the Oheinluil i iiinp.iny
o. ", in old I'olumbla house, have Jusc
been completed, and the pl.ue is now
In a faiilv teniintable tondltion. Time
Is much that vet i cumins, to bo done,
but no tin thi i lmpioV( meiits will bo
made until Diuetor XVounsei Is satls
ihil that theie will be no moie cav Iiir
at that point
So jaiod h 'he loiidlilou uf the lioises
In the (lie (hpaitiuont at piesont, that
onlv two new ones will be asked lor
this coming oui. Tlie.se aie tor tlio
old li'iaiikliu Hnsino (ouipnnv, or for
Uugine icililpan.v No. !, as It Is now
known. This is thu onlv uam in the
dcpai liuout that is In bad (omlltion.
PENDING MINERS' STRIKE.
Up the Valley Temple Company
Collietieb in Opeiation.
The tour Uickawnnua fount col
lleiies ol the Temple lion lompany
have icsuintd opeiatloui", but the tour
In Limine- county loiitlmiu Idle. Just
what this move means Is not known.
The lompany lellglously leii.ilns tiom
making any stattnnnt. Dlstilet Piesl
dent Nleholls, of the Fnlted Mine
AVoikcis, s-ald tsteidiij that he looks
lor no Intcivuitlon that will pievent
the sti Ike. "1 legiet that tlio company
choocert to take thlt' couise," said he,
"It has nothing to gain ami evtt.v thing
Theie In baldly an possibility of a
(oiupiomlsci lit fnir effected, The locals
altioted by the pti liter held nice-lines
last night and uiianliiiously decided, In
each liisluiue, to obey the stilko older
to the letter, Unless the company u
siliuls Its (leelsloi) to letuso to ie-eiu
plo Ihe nllesed blaikllsttd men before
Monday, the 1,000 omployes will bo on
NEW NORTON BUILDING.
To Be Elected on the Site of Build
ing Destioyed by Fiie,
M, Noilon, the bookman, bus uvv aid
ed thu contract tor a new building-, lo
take the place of tlio one on Latka
w'aiina avenue destioyed by (lie last
The new building is to bo completed
and tend foi occupancy on Jan. 1.
,, . .. .
Vole Ihe btraight Hepublican ticket
MORE MARINEB ENLISTED.
Thiee Sent fiom This City to League
Island Navy Ynrd.
A (iln of yoiiiiff men wcie enlWUil tit
the linn hio leei tilting utritttm, 111 Wy
oinltig avenue, this week, by Major ll.
tlai noil. They will be sent lo League
Island navy yitul, Pu Monday next.
Tlav weio lia N. Carpenter, Mm its
fUone and Augustus aelliany. all of
It i sevpected that the minim; mii
gtess will hicieaso the niailno mips lo
ton thousand men, thus utToidlnir Hie
young men now enlisting u good chance
for promotion as they will be well
(mined by that lime. The ilepailinent
Is inueh pleased at the ilass of ie
nttlt.s thev me obtaining fiom Scran
ton find xlelnlly, as they tuo blight
young men with u itcho to see some
ot the woild on some of fnclo Sam's
new battl(slilp. The marines liave
good ciuartcts and food both on land
and sea, they me also piovlded Willi
(lotblng, it(., In addition to their pa.v,
which Hinges finiu ?k! tosu per niontli,
ucioidlng to seivittulc and null;.
Ex-Councilman Edwnid Fmble and
Patiick Cawley Fined $100 Each
by Maglshate W. S. Millai.
'i'he agents of the Muntilpal League
again denionstiated vesteiday that
they aie still in business by causing
the niiesl and soeuilng the conviitlon
of Hx-Sulect rounllmau Hdwaid Tria
ble, of the Nineteenth waul, and Pal
lkk raw ley, of Alder stieet, on c hniges
of selling liquor without a license.
The two men weie anestcd In the
a f lei noon on wan ants Issued by Mug
Istiate Millar cm Infounatlon swoin to
bv Atfenl Hobei t Wilson, of the league.
They weie aiinlgncd befoio the magls
tiale at l."0 o'clock.
Mr. Trable was lepicsented by At
torney Joseph O'Hiien while the
league's Intel esls weie looked after bv
Attorney Fred V. Heels. The only
wltncf swoin In Ihe Fiable t,i"c vvas
Anthony lleffncr, who sild that he put -chased
beer In tumble's plate a lew
c1a.s ago and who also testified that
It was titled up as a bar mom. The
league bad two other witnesses leady
to testify but Ml. O'Hllen said that it
would bo tinnccpss.ti y as Mr. Fiable
bad no defense to oiler.
Magistrate Millar imposed the full
penalty of the law, a lino of 100 and
$7..",0 costs, in imposing the line he
"f feel tint theie .no mi inltlrfatini;
clicumstniu os in this use. The
licensed saloon-keepeis have piolestcd
against the speakeasies and this 01
ganlation lias taken upon itself the
task of wiping them out of existence.
The defendant line vv he was -violating
the law and he had plenty of warning
in the other miosis whkh hnve been
made in the last jear and a half"
Cawley, tlio other defendant, is an
imioituu.ito nipple liauilv able to
walk about and he piesented a pit
table spiet.ule as he sal ciouihed up
in a heap on a chair.
"Ho ou want a lioat lug? Do vim
deny the ehaige?" asked the niagis
tiate. "I do not deny it, our honor," Caw
ley leplied. I'm guilty and I can't get
out of it."
"I'll impose a fine of "SlOtl and costs.
Can ou pay It.'" said the magistrate.
"Faith I can't, jour honor. I'll have
to seive ine time. Theio's no way of
getting aiound that, either," leplied
Ho managed lo get a bondsman who
beiame tunipoi.uv suiety for his fine
latei in the evening.
Maglstiiito Millar instt uited Agent
Wilson to (ojiiisiato all the litiuot and
hiloMc.ints of any kind found In Caw
ley's plate as well as all kegs, glasses
and other saloon paiapbc 1 nalia. These
will be taken to the Municipal building
RICHMOND N0T3 CLOSED
Employes Would Not Woik with
Boys Who Had No Cmds Mine
Shut Down Indefinitely.
(leiieial Manager John 1!. r,iikn, of
the fa'ci.iuton Coil conipan.v, esteulav
issued an older closing down until
luither notice Hiclnnond No. :: eollioiy
in Noitb Set. niton.
Tlio older was Issued because the
130 men and bovs emplood at the mine
i el used to go to woik jesteulay inoin
ilig. The caul committee, which exam
ines union cauls at the bead ot the
shait, lepiuteil to the men that some
ot the diivor boys had no l.ikIs. The
men galheied outside lefused lo go to
woik until thev Joined the union ami
sinned cauls and dlsjitised to their
The iliiplo.vos ol the Pine Hiook
mine of the same company unit woik
for a similar icasou Inst month, and
it was over two weeks betoie tboy got
a limine to go b.uk to woik, the mine
having been shut down Indefinitely.
The Su union Hiillwav lompanv will
pa a ikvvutd ot siuo loi luioriuatlon
tluiL will bad lo the appulu iflnu ol
the pin-on who placed an explosive on
the tl.icks of till fJieep Hldge People's
line, on Capouso avenue, mar Ash
Mi c ot Pi Ida, November S, Iful "
Our Collies .no all c kaued, scouud
ami diy tousled; liesh eveiy week
liupei lal Tea and Colfee Co,,
I.'.' Spiuie stieet
10c, $4.T5 Box,
Mi Favorita Brevaa 10c
Vauceito $1,90 box
6 for 25c.
El Rocio,, $2,50 box
Garcia Conchas... $3,ftO box
4 for 25c,
Charles the Great, $2,90 box
4 for 25c,
Sweet Violet 7 for 25c
Club House $1,00 box
5 for 2c,
Sweet Belle 75c
10 for 35c,
E. Q. Coursen
SAD TRAGEDY ON THE SHORES
OF LAKE SCRANTON.
William Pllger Shot and Instantly
Killed by His Cousin, dcoige Rln
glcsteln Gun Was Dlsclmiged
Accidentally by the Titgger Catch
ing In a Button of Rlnglostoln'ri
Coat Chaige Enteied at the Back
of the Neck with the Victim Only
Two Yauls fiom the Gun.
William I'llau. aged 20, of Kit liter
Bttret, Petdsbiug, wa shot and In
stantly killed .vesteiday bv bis cousin,
(leorgo Itlnglesleln, aged 117, while they
weio out liuutlmr near Lake Scrantoii.
It Is almost cot tain that the shoaling
'I hey slatted out loeelher ycs-teulny
inclining nl 7.20 o'clock to hunt dink nt
Lake Scianton. Tboy weio going along
the east side of the lake about S 'in
o'clock, at lending to Hlnglesteln's
sloiy, when I'llgcr saw a duck and
called to Hlnglesteln to liutiy up.
While th" hitler was on bis wnv to
catch up with Pllger, he met a oting
man fiom Diiumoie, whom be knew
slightly, but "not bv name, and who,
like themselves, was huntlnr.
Just about tlio time of thl meet
ing Pllger called nut that the dttik
had dK'ippeaied. Hlliglesteln thcieupon
stopped to conveise. wltb the oung
man he bad encottiiteied. After a few
moments tlio oung man slaited away,
and ltlngletein tinned about to look
for bis cousin. The double-bait clcd
shotgun be was eauylmr aeioss his
aim was dlsehaiged and Pllger, who
was lauding only a .ud or two away,
leeeived the full chaigo In the bead.
THiiglcsloln sa s ho was rnrilng the
ban el of the gun ncios bis let t aim
and giasplug the stoik, near the ond,
with bis light hand. The bammcis
weio laised, but his flngeis weio not
in leach of the ttlgger, bo sas, and his
belief is that the tiigger was eaugbt In
a button on bis hunting jacket as he
turned bis bodv about to look for Pll
ger. DIHNT NOTICi: HIM.
He did not 110th 0 his cousin Until he
saw him tall. In a luny of gilef he
liishid to his side, nnd finding him
moitallv- wounded, picked up bis own
gun and bioke It Into a doen pieces.
The unknown young man, on healing
the shot, tm neil about and, nccouling
to Ringletoln, was in time lo see PI1
Hlliglesteln wanted the voting man to
stay with the body until he could go to
Dunmote and give the alaim. The
omi(7 man lefused to do this, but said
ho would (jo and (jive the alarm If
P.inglestein would watch the body.
This latter plan was agiccd upon. The
ouiiir man told a biothci -In-law of
Pilger, a Michael MeLoughliu, of Little
England, of what had happened, and
then went his way. Nothing has liceu
henid of him since, and no one knows
AVhen .1 paitv tiom Dunmnie, .11 com
pinled by Umlei taker Letehwoi th, ai
lived at the sCtne of the shooting,
Hinglestoin w is found sitting on the
gioiind holding Pilgei'.s mangled head
lu ills- lap. The bodv was taken to
LctUivv 01 th's undei taking establish
ment and later to the homo of the
widowed mother. Mis. ;va Pilrru.
Itmglesteln, who boaultd with the
Pllgeis, also went theie and leniuiiicd
about the house until .1 o'clock, when
Dcteclhe James McGiail, ol the Dun
moie police, look him into custody. He
was taken to Disttict Attorney Lewis'
otllee, and after County Detective Phil
lips bad seeuud lrom lilm a statement,
bo was committed to the county jail,
pending an investigation. Tlio victim's
older bt other, Joseph Pllger. accom
panied Ringlestein and atted as bis In
tel pi etei. He say-, thcio is no eitiestion
but that the shoollna- was aciidont.il.
as his biothcr and IMnglostein weie the
best of fi lends.
O.XTLV LATHLY AP.P.1VHD
HillKlostclu has be, 11 in the inunliv
only seven months, lie K n labour In
No. ." shaft, and unman led. The v h -llm
was a car-i uniier at the sanio col
lli y. He, too, was unman led.
P.inglestein was appiicntl veiy nun b
altccted by the Kllllnc,. He lieely an
sweied all fuc -lions asked hlni bv the
county detective and the newspapei
men without hesitating a moment lo
flame the ausweis. Kveiv cvIiIukooI
guilt was wanting lu him.
Coioucr Itobetts held an Inmi. ,t m d
pei foi mod a post-mortem on the bodv
or Pilger lust night. He found that
(bath was riuiSid bv a load of shot
enleilugat the medium line In the back
01 tiic- incif, Uailng iiwn.v the spinal
vei tibiae In lis nuiu-e, and extending
upwind into the head. At the time of
the shooting Pllger was evidently not
moie than a y.ud or two awav fiom
the end or ihe sun bmel and the
wound was badly seated.
The unknown oung man was loi.itid
dining the oaily evening. He piovcd to
bo James Hills. ii(. ns pic sent nl tho
Impiest and gave his ae count of the
happening, which fully c.voimaUd the
cousin of the) dead man limn any
The following Mi diet Was lend, u d;
"We, the undei signed juiot.s enipaii
ntlcd In tho ens-o of William Pilger,
llnd that the above-mentioned William
Pllger, of 07S Hlthter stieet, Scianton,
cnine to his dentil as the tesult ul the
accidental dbibaue of a nun In tho
bauds or fleoige Hlimlcstein, on the
bill day of Novembu, llml nt Hake
(Slgueil) Hintst Mcike, f'haile.s r.vci
hait, Michael McLaughlin, Christian
Schlple, T. P. Lolehworth, A, M". Hone.
The dead man Is suivlvod by the fol
lowing: biotheis- and slsteis- Pi auk,
f'lmilts, aeorso, M.uy, Paiollne, Kate
and 13 vn
TATAL TALL Of ROOF.
Andiew Batkovsltl Killed in Belle
Amhew llaikowskl, aged 20 eais,
einpoid lu thu Hollevuci mint, was
killed by a lull of loof while at woik
yesteiday. The body was teiuoved to
CtiHlek's motguc, vvheio It was learned
his head had been cms-hid bv tho fall,
Cotoiur Ilobeits was liotltlcd and
viewed tho lemalns. A Juiy was 0111
pauneled nnd an Inquest will be held
in the case. Dec eased leslded at jo,"
Elm btieet, and is suivlvcd by a wjfe
nnd two ihlldieu, who icsltle In Poland
The flu en Hldgc Haptlst ihuub will
hold a minimise sale at fi.'O Spiucu
stirot for tlucv days, Satuuljy, Mutt
day and Tuesday,
Smoke die I'ocono 3c. cleur,
HAD NO BURIAL CERTIFICATE.
Coioner Roberts Was Called to Car
A lad named lldwutd McDennott, of
Cfliboiitlulf, was InJuted In the Conl
lb 00k bieaker on Wednesday and died
a lew boms uEterwauls til the Hniei
Aiiangcincnts had been mailo for the
funcinl eptoidny nfleinoon, but ut Ihe
olovonth hour it wa learned that nn
butlal leilillcato had been IpsuciI. Cor
oner Huberts win not untitled of the
foe until this complication nioo, and
Iniineillately went to Cnrboudule 10
niake an Invosllgallon.
Ho leal tied thai tho boy had his loot
and loir mushed bv a lovolvlng cog
wheel, which was left uncoveied nt n
point where the boy was obliged to
pass in going to hltt woik. His leg wan
'o badly ciuslied that amputation was
necessary, and he died as a result of
The paient.s ot the lad allege negll
gence, and demanded an Investigation.
The coroner decided that an Inquest
was ncrcssaiy, and coiisoticnt)y will
hold one. Ho Is at present engaged In
collecting evidence, and will conduct
Ihe healing ut a date to bo announced
THE FUND IS GROWING.
Additional Contiibutions to the Mc-
Kinley Memoilal Fund Aie
The following contiibutions to the
McKhilcy Memoilal fund weie leeeived
II. Stlllwill .. .. si oi HJIII nil OniiK ... 1 01
Mi. It. Slilbtcll .. 1111 Mm- i: Wc-lre .. 10)
VI m. A It Moll it . 1 (V) Women's It c 1 i 0 t
fi M. Unite v I Oil Corp? J.OO
Mm. G. M. Mtilloy . 1 foi
The following contiibutions are fiom
emplovcs of Scianton Lace Manufac
Mr. If. W. Tdlnr.?l 00 I oul-c I'. Vfoflllt .. 1 0(1
11. W. T.nlor 1 CO John rii-nnbrrliln. 1 W
XHss ItllliK Taelor. 1 On V illEjiifi s.nllli ... 101
-MIn. Iloiotliv Tijloi 1 (K) A. ll Kicfor 1 Cm
Mi's hatlirjn Tijlor 1 m Wlllhni llolnn .... 1 no
l'ail ll llclln idO PUttlii Mcirimin .. 1 mi
Mi, 1'iul II lichii 1IX) I'miU W. Ouoil ill. 10(1
Hintr lli .In 1.00 Willhm flirt. .... 100
H. J. 1111 100S. A. sshcpliciil .... 100
Mi- 11. .'. II ill .... l 00
Fiom emplo.vos of Ciieen nidge lion
11. lh m h . . . si n I tin lid Cos . . . t 00
Kiitliiilne Mi II ile .. 100 Willhm A. fu .. 1.(0
Vlnlii Mill ile .... 1 no t liiiWw Swirl ....1.00
I.' 1'. Niftlclon . . 1 00 h. A. fpenrti .... 100
The following amounts weio contilb
uted by empires of the Scianton Axle
If It Wii-cnlliie . $1 0) .Ufieil B,iniilii- ... .2".
b P. Mono . ... lOljIcnii llt-t 25
.1. I". Vlrt'tu (K) I'.iliicl. Winl 25
Tliomis (.iillltlis . . Oil 'llioniis Milltr "0
(. Pitssti 50 T. J. Iliislics, .... 25
V Miiitiunuille .. .35 Mm Wj,ci ... .',
M I. V.iWi 50 llklniil Willi mis . ,2i
-Vlheit 1m UL 50 1) M Duii 5)
51. O'Milltv '.", ilitiv (.. Ht-i liev.. .-.)
1'. 1 lotti 50 1! A Mnoio 50
1 iln.n,l Hummer .. .50 .lolm M1X1I14 .50
Xh Clo-spi J5 Kriiilv Id Hi 25
e.ooiet Meiliiil ,. . Vijl'dw ml Tonos .... ,25
1 mills 51 tnloy 25.I. V. Collncli 25
.linios I'looil ".", If. I'lile 25
Mali, i- Cuit jl JCi1i XI. flon 25
s f! KoliUliH 5ilVitlim Ihiol. 25
Hon lorli III". (I'Millte 25
.Itisfpli llulunl 25 I toil Milur 25
Tolin Pii-coll .. . .50 lolm MiDnnnuJi .. .25
C.oorffo Silln 25 IX oil Kolltnnin .25
Milium Itoss 2Mliiiicl Untie ... ..",
V, VI. Kllilo' "(Hu'oiue Math 25
l'tlei 5R( it 5)Meilhi Moll 25
Ilintel Mililinnt ... .5 lliomn Hellroii .. .'5
.1. Dhi.'IkiH 0 lolm Hun-ti lie 5
.lolm 1m lllltf 25 follll Mil me 25
l't it i Ssi nt-oit .. .. .2, Mm .)uie 5
lolm Vfilenii "II Mlclnrl loh .... 5)
'1 (.iniioii ' W. 11 l.ftimi,' 25
mlrett Wil-li 5i .Mm t.lnssii 2,
1". ( J lull ii.ll r0 liilm (. ikv 25
I'lillip lliilmm .... ,50 1 it nh Kmi.p .. . .0
Vtlolpli 1 It ti-iii r 51 Willi mi Illinois .. '5
T W. lliulmisor .. 5n P .1 WrlUnl .... 1 0)
1 I ml. 111 iilv 0 W. Killhm '5
lolm W ml 50 1, ll Win 25
lolm 1 toll in . . . 50 I ('. 1 tlujuis ,,,, .25
liluinl CeMlilml . .51 Milium .1 Ut-t .. .15
( hiil,M Will ml ... I 00 ,. V. IKnkri .... 1 ()
lolm Iluniplir, 2 lo-epli Until .... .00
PRYOR'S NEW POSITION.
Has Begun His Duties with the Del
awaie and Hudson.
W. L. Pi or, founerly with the Le
high Valley Haihoad, has assumed his
now duties as disttict passenger agent
01 the Delawaio and Hudson Haihoad,
and Is Kept busy attending to the many
details of bis position.
The position lounoily held by him
with the' Lehigh Valley company baa
been abolished, and tho Lacknvvannal
avenue olllee abandoned. The fieigbt
olliee. which is in chaige ot Mi. Yosi.
has been moved lo quaileis In the
Ti.v our ''Holland" blend of Moi ha
and J.wi Coitie, Me. lb; mild. 1 lull,
elegant llavoi Whv pay moie"
ililpoiinl Tea ami Coftee Co,
4JJ ftpiuco stieet.
Remember the Fair and Supper,
at St. Luke's, November 20 and 21.
Chocolates, loe pm pound, Couiseii.-
I Oils, Paints and varnish
$ Maloney Oil & Maniifacliinna Combany.
lAtlAQ MttflfUan 5fflot
141-149 Meridian Street.
Do You Want a Perfect Paper Fastener ?
THIS IS 1 r.
in every detail
than ever before
Come in and examine the Hartfoit Typewritei which we are celling
for $6t),oo with a whole year's gnarrautec.
General Stationers and b'ngi avers,
Ihe larfiest line ot OlTice Supplies in Northeastern Pennsylvania,
IS JONES LEAD
HAS THAT MANY MORE THAN
P. W. COSTELLO.
Piogtess of the Count Yesteiday Was
Watched with Gieat Interest by
the Fiiends of the Two Candidates.
When the Woik of Compiling tho
Vote Was Discontinued Last Night
the Twentieth Wnid of This City
Had Been Reached Ballot Box
Hilwniil A. Jones was edeven olos
ahead of I'. W. Costello vvlimt the woik
ot counting the vote east Tuesday
slopped al S30 last night. 'I'he conn tm a
had then 1 elicited the Twentieth waul
of this city.
Hatlv In the nioinlng Tipstaves An
thony Walsh and David ('. Powell wme
sent to Cai bondale to bring In tho bil
lot box of the Thhd dlstilet ot tho
Fbst wind of that city. In counting
the voles .'I'lmtiuiny. It wuh round that
thmo weio 7S lallv minks on the sheet
for Costello. but 70 was the total given.
When the ballot box was opened os
teulay, bv dliecllcm of Judge Hdwauls,
nnd in bis piescnie, It was shown Hint
7fi votes weio the number cast tor Cos
tello In Hint disttict.
Wlipn the Scpond waul or Dickson
City was touched. It was found that
the unsealed i etui us give Costello l
votes and the sealed leturns ,. Theie
was no tally sheet In the letuin envel
opes. This ballot box will be bi ought
into enmt this morning, and the actual
vote cast for Costello nseei tallied.
Jones' mnjoilty ot eleven Is based on
the belief that Costello leeeived only
foity-flve votes In the dlstilet In ques
tion. Theie weio no leturns of any kind
r loin the .Second dlstilet of the Hlgbth
waul of this city, and couit made an
older to have the ballot box bumlit
in this morning. In the Second ols
tiiot of the Thiul waid, theie weio
four stiokes for five In the tally sheet
for Costello. in one place, and six foi
live in another. Tho matter was 10
foried to Judge Hdwauls, who decided
to allow tho .sheet lo lemaln as it is,
for the teasoii that the vote for Cos
tello was not changed by these inac
cutacics. Tho pi ogi ess of the count w is
walebeel with gieat interest esteiclay
bv a number ot tho fi lends or the can
didates, Tho count will be completed
ASSAULTED HIS MOTHER.
Thomas O'Dounell Committed to the
"Vou'ie a bi utc; that's what ou
aie," siiil Alderman Howe yesteiday
morning In police couit, as he held
Thomas O'Dounell, of C.ipouso avenue,
In $100 bail 101 his nppeatance in
O'Dounell was ai tested eai ly ester
dav moi ning at the Instance of bis
eld, giay-bniied mother, whom be at
tacked ami bititally assaulted, while
in a diuuken fieny. The old vvoinnn
bad lemonstinted with him lor coming
home Kile, and he Knocked hei down
with .1 blow fiom bis fist, llo kicked
her ami then, diagging her to the door,
put her outside and locked the door.
He was aues-teil later by Pnliolinan
Cieiuuiell and was taken to the iculinl
pollc-3 .station. He was sullen ami
morose when ntialgned estei ela
morning-, and had nothing to sav lor
himself. Ho was committed to Ihe
ruunl jail in default of bail.
FOOT BALL TODAY.
Lackawanna and Hillmnn Will Play
at the Paik Today.
At Athletic pink this at lot noon nt
:: ,0 o'e lock the School of Hie Liik.t
wanua and the Hairy Illllman's of
WIHtes-Hauo will piny a game of loot
ball. Theie is much iivahy between
these two teams over Ibis game, as last
time they plajoil at AVIlkos-Hauo
Hillmnn won by a fluke. The led anil
white will tiy to nib this ottl by boil
ing llillnian decisively toda.v.
When You Older Your Mniket Goods
for .Sunday dlnnci bear hi mind that
the best goods may be bad liom us.
We have a complete slock to otter and
can deliver liinuiplly If older leadus
us eai ly. Older by telephone! or call
ami make vour own selection.
' Pleut s Maikel, 110-111 Penn ave.
Mine Host John Uaine, of (be
P.iunswlik. on Spiuce stieet, v. ill
seivo 10,1st pig tonight.
HiOlt'i always licab. com sen. '
You Can Buy a
Including a Box
of 500 Staples
In all mneelvnblo doslt-ns-an T
Immense Flock the like of which
can bo found nowhote else In
Scianton. PILLOWS tu 11UUNT
Lent her. PILLOWS Willi buulttl- j;
nil salln coveilugs, etc.: it I no the . .
Sivllsh "PLOIIAHHL," or round ; J
pillows, In cMiulMto floral do-
signs, suitable for Clnlstmns
gilts. Then lor Pillow Tops!
usl; to see the Imitation burnt X
leather styles; something new T
anil novel. Pillows at all ptlce,
fiom 2.1c. mi to $S,00, can be ob
tained at tho populat wtoie of the X
Cramer-Wells Co., !
130 Wyoming Ave. t
'Phone 353-3. f
And we are always glad to see yofl
even if you don't buy.
We do not believe, however that
you will be satisfied after seeing
our all-wool underwear for
to go away without buying a couple
"A Gentlemen's ruinishet"
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
beieabouts as the lending iclalleis o
LADIES' GLOVES. Our
Is moie complete than ever and th
Besides oui lino of $150 moves, vva
wish to biins to out attention our
Washable Kids at $2.00
Glace and Swede at $1.00
Gsuuiue Mocha, in tans,
pearls and reds, at $i,oc
Price & Jenkins,
130 Wyoming Avenue.
Jackets, Btons, 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 Spiuce Stieet.
l il ii' 1 ioi si tiotmii nulo uf eh' mirk
In miter -11 ft V, it" v i!uf Impo ll'li ll Mil
nil. llm cm 1 Wf uii' 1 nrniin a line llie nf
Shades and Paints
Jl , 1 l pi I ll Is I It l 1 1ll 1 111,
Jacobs & Fasold,
BOO WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Opposite Couit House.
Citv with a
First-Class Stock of
Mercereati & Connell,
132 Wyoming Avenue,