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THE SOtt ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1001.
.r .1 I'ltim M,icMti l Imni; fii l'"e r
liolltl.i' Hiii ot Ihu noul .ui'l '"ii
Is iif ir.Uy. V mi might cu fuillin niu) dw i.
Do.sT roiidirr wr ui; tiii: niuiiKsr
i)i:.i.nis i.v w.i.t. v.wv.n an paints ix
Jacobs & Fasold,
209 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
Ml.l.1 'IOIUV.-'I'Iio (iMilril TrmpiMiii-e union
will ttirvl lhl -iltcrtinmi ;! ;i o'.'Ioi'L in (infill
1).. T, A VV. PAY ).V.-.-Tlio Dclm.Hi1. I.hIc
awjiiiiJ ami Wi'stcrn yjiiluir.i will lie p.ilcl tml.iy.
nud the1 li.iinin";i tumoiron, comment iui: .it s
oi'i:riA CAitsivAii iii:iii'.it.-.i..--ai s oii
'onlch: In Cu-riuo1 lull a griiri.il .clii'.iv.il "f
llC Dpi III C.lllllV.ll WilniO llt'10 llll'lll tli? illiic'.iun
. .Mrs. IJir.ic.
OII'IS ACKN()VI,i:lCi;ii.--Tli lloiiu1 for '!.
I'llui-llCfS jrljimtli'dtccs Willi .ratllmln (lie ful
lowing Bifl: .loins l.oni;'i Son, SJ.1; Guiles
noliiifcn, fc!5j 3lr.. William lilmiic, SI.
llli:il 1'liOM Hl.li IN.IUIMCS. lLililo Uteri.".
Hip Kumi-oM cliilil lio!0 clothes cm unlit t.i't" a
.veil: aj! .iihI who tv.it tuillj- lnnnid. iliol l.itu
Snitii!.iy ni-tlil at the1 Lackawanna lio-iiitiil. Tli
it'inaliis wcic t.il.on to her luitin: en l'ioiii'nci
SIIXTIXTi I'drrOM;!!. Thf iimiliw "f Hie
rviih.i1 iiiintiiittii' in lnr:; ol Hit? Jlrklnlry
mnnrri.il fund e.i 1o luve Ijucii hold l.i-t nisli',
lint fitting to the unilc.iint ucitlicr only a tVw
mi'inlictd ntti'tidcil. Aiiotlirr incctltis v.ll lia
cill'tl ttilliin a liiv ib'-.
C.U'.MI.N '10 ItOVrO'IT.-Oiii of tin- tuiul i .ill
turn i? anthorhy for the sLitomctit tli.it thi'ir
bii'lms In.-, ini rc.i-'eil '.'. 'r tent. Miice lliri strcut
far i-tiil.e. At 1 lie iiwliiiir of IliMr union, hi'hl
on Minil.iv, they ilociii.'il lo lio'ootl tin1 iniployris
ol all ralnnm Mho-" turn laiitil to join and piy
ii llicir dues In Up; union.
I'lJl! llli: STIIIKI:i:S. An riiUit.iinniinl
and micI.iI ill ho iu'ii by Mis lMn.x (oliinin,
for the lioiiufit "f the ttrihinc hticrt far nil
r'ojc at liiicin-ny's lull, Tlmi'.-il.iy i-vonliiar, N'ov.
i'l. Ai, cM'tllriit pifKraiiniio lu If'on niinnrd,
t ) luiio' of Kitic ft tlio ln.t ,Hli:ts ill til- illy
.ilijirailiii; on it.
llOI.Vi; l'i:i.I, UOWX. A liony on,.,, alia, hul
to a duy u.ii-oii licloiisin to Willi. in1: .v Mi
ntllly fell iIom.i o.'tenl.iy on Lie'.aw.inri ao
tiiir, lien1 rr.inUin, and it. v..i villi touch dilli
ulty Hi" dihrv and hi .ij-i-ljiit-: Rot him lip
c.tin. 'I ho (..iiiio horti full t-.itnid.iy Cloning at
no corner of lVnn atrnuc mid Sprm o s-tn-ft.
llotli incideiils can-cd l.iro ctomU to gather.
m.han'Ion rrusisiri:s As- i:mini!. 'The
Iluircn," a mudot little jouiti.il nnldished on
lino paper and t.ipi.v;r.iphir.illy a lic.inty, ronie;
to Hi tioni !-t. Ooijro's Hall. Siiiiiinit, X. .1., pud
licjr.-. at it he.id tin1 name of lhilph A. Aineiiniti
. editor in chiot. This young nun i a le-idenl
of Scrantun and the only .on of the late lion.
Lemuel Aiiixiiuan. lie lV proniiiieiit in nlhlcti-.-s
lis well rn in ineiit.iT work ill this rw.llent pvo
par.itory uhool, and hi nuny fiiendj of this city
will w.uih hi-i i.iioit nith interc-t.
ALL EYES ON THE CARS.
Th'St Bainy Wcck-dny Siucc the Be
ginning1 of the Strike.
lioryl'url" iMili-lid tln citis tvlth
Viirtlculiii1 jiitff;?t yctstoTilay to yoo
hut olTi ot th" tiiln would litivo ml the
p;i trull. lat- nl' tlf. iiirn.
Tlu L-rmiiiEiny oxpfftod al! hIoiik'. itntl
ninny oilifrs tUi-tinlit, lao, that, with a
spoil of had wen tin11.1, the uiiiiiIh.t nl'
Il'issi iiRcis wiiuld ho inateriiilly in
ifc.:t.C'il. Vitordtiy was the llrct rainy
la . ivitli the I'M-'uptlou of oiw Sjundny.
ulnot! tin." sirilic1 hc-uan s!x wr-eks ngu
today. YohUTtlay'! 1 rn llli'. wlillc suhh1
whut IfifTC-r tlutli nio.-l other day.-1, wan
not what itiiili! lie rlnhtly s-nid to ho
indiiaUvo of a lnvak ill tho boycott.
W'lui t will sviiiilt from ii iiintimiod
fpoll of rainy wctitlior Is now ih(.
tiliprrniu.-t (incstlon rosaiditiK the
'Ihe Wiotnms S.nui'iiy fool lull t. 111: mil
jd.iy the L'niiiisity ft l'uiii-Iv,nii.i mi end elev-n
at King-ton, Wedn .-day, .Nov. la. 1 1 it-, will me
iloiihle'lly l Ihe he.. I mini, in tills vhlnll) tlii-,
jcir. 'I he hi niiii.it' Iij. nude an exceptionally
R.iud leiord, having diie.itul "ai It ttimi 11.
Mrnii'Mitirg Notuul liv !-' to ft, and Ihe I'nli.r
uly ot Siisiinli.iiiii.i liy U2 v, and imiI.v in the
Mason held lineUnell down ti it:o tonchikun.
Wanted Soft Conl Hinevs
r.ir 'W. a. ('.if I'm"1 $10 frtni Polti.
t'llli" roniliany inovst lalilillt1.'; to
.ifllif, rU'iltly worl;; kooiI wasi'i;,
Apply f'llfforrri Vhiniloyiiient .Bcnoy.
1LS MaliautoiiKo .St.. PotlhVillo, I'a.
Draw Boxing Mntch.
3 l.'vdiiilve Wie Item Tin Awueiiled I'ii-i,
Tu'iH' n, X, .1, io. ll,--,liiiiniy II null, r, cf
Ntwjili, and "Voiliis'' l'ehr ,r.ic!s..ori, of Tali
loiliii, fnnahi eighlien teriillj luijiali I" .1 ilwi1
It the Tienton Athleth1 cluh loiucht.
4'ff'f-f'f.4 4''f 'f'ft-f'f4
Spring1 Brook Water, 1st Mtg'.&a
Xackn. Vpl'.ey riee. Li;ht,'ltit
NoithJersejr nml Pooono Moun
tain Icq Co , 1st Htg1, Os.
Stnmltutl Gob Co,, Is; Mtg1. 5s,
Xehlgliton Water Supply Co,,
1st Mtp;. 5s.
Now Mexico Baihvity nml Coal
Co,, 1st iMtg'. t)K.
TJesciiption and price on' nppli.
li 111' jdg,V, ..
Will, j-lliue. tiiiboii'lalc. -f
l-SU (.oni.uM:ieltIi UIiU, .Viai.tun, I'a. -t-
PENNSYLVANIA DAIRY UNION
Annual Meeting- nt York on Decem
ber 4 tintl fi.
Tlio utnnmt tuectlnU' of tlio 'ctmsyl
vnnlu. Ualiy Union will le ttultl In Yorlt,
TJfCfinibsr 1 untl 5, IPOI. HfforlH Itnvc
iK'cn lnttdc, nml wltlt it ffiettt tlunl of
tnii'oc.--!, ii ."et'tirr" tltc orritin of fioiil:
t'la for thlst Inr-etlus Willi the hellef
ilinl t'onnsiylvniilit ihilryineii wuttlil ho
fittlflli'tl with ntinr- hut llitmo who are
nut only mtortulntrit- ciiotittiM-n hut who
Imvohecn rmlnnntly suocofsful In thrlr
The followlncr Ih tt fiirlliil Hut of ihoso
who will tttlilri'sn thlM tnoetlntr, toelhw
with tho FtilijfCts which they will dls--l'M5h:
"fVinnieiei.il I'onil l.'fl-." I W. II. .loull
tUvtttn nt tt.n W X'ttll. rMif.ritl1l.nt lltltlotl
' I'lolelnt Cult II He I'lodiieiid on the I'.irm
I'lofllihl?" l'iote..r II, .. rjltctun, dltetor
of the Miirjliil eMiflillienl ilatlon,
"Why llo the Mill- and Ocani 'IV I Vjt.v 'nV
I'rofe.jor .?. L. Illll, tliiretor of (lie Vriinonl ex
"Ihe IIisonll.iH rf Jiite.X" In llrcedlni; l.Ue
Mor" .Mr. i:. A. "Ildey, of Pio?pect Mill tick
"Tho linpoit.nire cl Hygiene In tin- Hairy,'1
Dr. M. i:, Conaiil, of the I'nlvi'ridty ol lVtm-yl.
VJtil.i Veterinary ".otleg'.
"Ihe l'uturc1 of oinlen.cd Milk," Mr. ('. h.
l'i'il.1, (.'oitdiripotl, 1M.
"Ihe Olio Law of l'emi'.ilvanht," Secrd.lry
"Soiling Dairy ( ittle," illit-lt.it il hy vlereop.
tlcon i iow . Dr. Yonilipeii, illiector ot the New
,lerniv eperiinriit (.iatlor,
"llottte llutter-Maklng," Mr. I,. W. Unhtly.
"I'lio InllttPiitQ of the ("ream Sepjialnr 1 pon
the Hairy IndU'try," 1. M. Hniples, Wc( Che.s.
15. A. I'c arson, assistant i-hief of tho
dairy division of tlio htireint of animal
Industry of tho- United Httitn.t dopart
niont of tmrlctiltufo. will doilvor an
lllttstnitod itddrcs on "Dalrylm? In
I'orto Klro and fiilin."
Jt. iK cxpootod that niic of two mom
notable authorities will add to this al
ready excellent programmi'.
MISS CONSEWITZ GETS
Joseph Defaulted in His Promise to
Buy a Wedding1 Dress, rind She
Goes Back to Her First Love.
Last Thursday's Tribune printed,
under tho head of'ilarriatre Licenses,"
William Kmojty ..
Amu (.'oil-en lu ....
"01 roml i-lieet
.101 Court htr.'et
Tho next, day Tho Tribune printed In
tho list of mrtrriago licenses the follow
ina: Joseph Hoi n is
Anna ( 0ii5cwii.',
1117 Xay Aug .ivemir
uO Court, ttieet
tho uinrrhiKC lleensos in this
Tribune appeals the follow-
William Kinol.v .la. t'ouil sti'e.
Anna Con-ewiu ,Vi ( ouit. .lr"et
Anna has sone back to her first love
and they tiro to bo married next ijim
dav. When William and Anna returned to
Anna's homo after socurinc the first
license, William confessed to his bride-to-be
that. In; could not. buy her a wod
dhiK dress and sho waxed wrath and
bade llilll bo koiio.
.losoph. who was visiting at the
house, sought to comfort lier by otfor
111.? her tnarriasc; anil il dress. Ho and
tho dross wero accepted, and next day
they procured a marriage license.
"hoy wen; to bo married last Sunday,
but when tho tlmo for tho nuptials ar
rived it developed that Joseph had
"drank the dress." or in other words,
in rIvIu;? n "series of farewells to his
bachelor oliutns, ho spent tho money
he bad saved up for tho inaUinss of
his bride's kiuvii.
Anna would not have him.
If it was to bo sho must take a man
with no dross thrown in, sho would
take William. Sho sent for William,
(old him she would marry him if he
never hotisrhl her a dross and that,
anyhow, sho could never marry a man
who was kIvoii to siioiulini; his money
William had torn up tho m.irriase
license1 ho win red Tlmrs-day, and had
to come iiKaiii yesterday to Clerk Cesar
When they were leaving: yesterday,
Clerk 1 instil- said: "Come again."
A COLORED SOLDIER.
Relator: Thompson's Service in the
Rcgulnr and Volunteer Armies.
tly Inclusive Vt ii from Vic Ms elated Pre-'.
Washington, Nov, II, President
Huosevclt today wiVf an illustration of
his rolonthi" memory, when Senator
Mason presonli-d to hht; a colored man
named Thompson, wlio Is a candidal--)
for n commission in the refrular at my.
Thompson s.'ivrd live years in the
roKUlar army, and dmlii1,- tho Spanish
war was a nniiilic." of the Kltjltth Illi
nois volume. is. je is now on tlio
Washington police force.
When Introduced tlio provident iv.
tnarked: "I knov you," and thop pro
ocedLiI to ai'ouratoly relate Thompson'!;
servlc? in the icynlar and volunteer
armies, ivcallliitf the fact that Ills itrI
ment. pollccl s.iiuiiiao after the sur-romli-i
AGAINST CHINESE INVASION.
United Mine Workers Favor Re-
onactment of Exclusion Laws,
11 i:elusiic WUt from The .tamial'il 1'ie.ij.
Uuzloion, Nov. ll.-Thomas Duffy,
picsldont of the 1'nnoil 31 mo Workorti
of this dlslrlct, today notilled all tlm
local unions under hl suporvlslou of
th" wlnh of National I're.sldont Mlti-liul)
that rosoliiilous bo adopted favoriiuf
ro-onnclmeut of tlio i.'hluesc ovluslon
law, which osplrt's nor May. Thcso
resolutions will be forwarded to tho
coiiKrossiiKii roiirosfntlnK the people of
the anthrailto uial tields.
A dolcKfttion of I'Hlted Mine Wnrkvcs
may ho to WitHhlnston next winter and
appeal In congress for tho re-enactment
of the i xtluslott law.
Suicide of Sale&tnan Simption,
lly l.tliulc Win1 firm 'Ihe Aon.it,!, pje.i.
l.oiii..e, liy.. Nov. l. --V tlli tm Siiup.an, a
.i!(-lnjil III tin villvli'Ulc Bimeiv hull-ij o Mm
inei.lt i- llrutliui., iciimnlitfd -nit ijo ,tiy ,y
i-Malhrnlli1," i.iili'tlie aeid wlun iriiimnl d ui'tli an
ulli Sttl (.h.itt.iao . !.,(MII. He fM Hut two
111' lets liiliii at New Alluii, n,l., In., home,
wo'jhl mike sjoi. ! tho hmiaj'e. ami nhilc it
UKiiilicr ol the Hun n at tch phoning ;,-, lv ,.
luny .-liiipon tool, tie' ,',l,.iii, d.ing in titltea
French Flag at Constantinople.
II' V.v liulvo W'lie from 'Ihe Assotlncd 1'icm.
Coiiit.iiitiii.-ph'. Nov. it - l... iv,mi, n, s nj.'ci
l. day rihovi- Ihe I'ihiiIi feih.u.y In (Viitjillitiiilij
lo. (in: l.i.i llmi' nut,. Aug, '.'ii. p. Haiijl, Ho
iuiiikIII'ii hi Hit' iiuhj,.v, h..., ijci upon Ihu
(lltoiii.ui miiilrlii ot leieilu nlhiii,, TiiUlk I'lVu,
Hum loiiiially lenenii ho dipl,,iii.ilh ulalbii'i
tetiu'iu 1'iJi.ce ami 'luikey.
L-inolie the poimlar l'tiiich 10c. cltsar,
COURT HANDS DOWN SEVEN
Deseitlon Is the Ground on Which
Most of the. Applications Woio
Based Two Very BrlcC Honey
moons One Woman Preferred lo
Bo Single in Rending Than Mar
ried in Scrauton November Term
of Common Pleas Begins Other
Court House Matters.
Seven nioro divorces liavo boon
fii-anted by tho local court, tdx of them
boliiK handed down by Judge Cnrpuii
ter and one by Jitdeo Kelly. Tho
Kdward Whltinun itt,ralnnt Limn
OIlvo S. Ktilckerbocket" ngalnsl I't'ler
.Minnie Thomas against Juntos
William Marker against Kato Mark
er. Jacob TonlHor against Jane 'J'enlcr,
Frank .Southard against llcsslo
Flora Jl. Green against Porter I,,
Tho last was tho one granted by
Judge Kelly. Tho parlies wero married
Juno ii. lofl. at Mrs. Green's homo, at
Harford. Sho loft hliu Juno II. 1S97,
on account of his unfaithfulness and
took up her rcsidonro with her mother
at llullstoad. Alice Contes, of r,S Court
street, Blughumlon, is named as coto
spondotit. Th" Whitmans wore married Jan. -1.
IMC, at Carbondnlc. Acconllug lo tho
llhollanl's tostiniony his wife left him
after sovon months and tool; up her
residence! with Michael Walsh, of Oar
bondalo. Sho is still living with him.
Whitman lives ut IT.!.. Diamond avenue,
In the Knickerbocker case, cruelty is
the ground on which the divorce Is
grained. They were merriod nt the
homo of airs. Knickerbocker's father,
Kzokiel Gttmaer, in Denton, Jan. 23,
1SS7, and lived together at J teuton.
Lenox and Mlllrlft, Pike county, for
thirteen years. She was compelled to
leave him on account of bis abuse, and
wont back to live with her folks. Sho
has three married daughters.
Tho Thomas couple did not finish mil
their honeymoon. They wero married
July 11. ISS'.i, in West Scranton, by
Lev. Pot or Huberts, and three weeks
later Thomas deserted her and went
west. She is living In Hallstead.
William Marker is a 0-year-old
South Side boy who became enamoured
of one Mrs. Kate Klutloy. who wotkod
at one of tho South Side silk mills.
After ho had boon going with her for
six months she demanded that h" mar
rv her. ami when sho led him to bo
lieo that ho ought, as a true gout Io
nian, to make her his wife, ho consent
ed to do so. Tho marriage was per
formed by Alderman P. Davies, of
AVost Scranton, before whom tho widow
had young Marker arraigned and con
fronted with the alternative or marry
ing her or going to jail. Time proved
thai the charge sho preferred against,
him was false; also that sho was not
the kind of a. woman ho would bo hap
py with. He loft hot1 three months af
Desertion was the charge in Ibo
Southard case. Thoy wore married
April 10, 1S'.IS, and fourteen days Liter
sho left to visit her parents in Read
ing. She refused to eomo back, and
ho" refused to go to Heading.
In Ibo divorce case of S. Catherine
Christian against Joseph K. Christian,
l)c. :, l'JOl, at 1.80 p. m in Judge
Kdwards chamber, was fixed us tho
tlmo and place for tho taking of de
positions. At t."0 p. m.. the same day,
before Judge Kdwards, depositions will
bo taken in tho easo of Llsdo Kcoplcr
against John Frederick Kcoplor.
In Common Pleas.
Judges Kelly and Carpenter arc pre
siding In common pleas this week, the
opening week of tho November term.
There wero a largo number of con
tinuances granted, and as a conse
quence only one case was found ready
for trial. It is that of Joseph K. Gil
rov, trustee, against Freeman Lamed
and Freeman Lamed, Jr. Judge Kelly
Is hearing it. T. V, Duffy represents
the plaintiff, and l. If. Hums and II.
31, 31ulhollnnd the defendants".
3Ir. Gllroy, who is trustee In bank
ruptcy for the creditors of the elder
I.arned'n creditors, is socking to re
cover from tho younger La rued, a
farm nl Ledgedale and Its appurten
ances, which was convoyed by the fath
er to tho son, a few months before the
father filed a petition in bankruptcy.
Tho case hinges on whether or not the
transfer was made to defraud the cred
itors. When tho caste of Kllon L. Walsh
against tlio Metropolitan TjICo Insur
ance company was reached, O'Hrion
and 31nrtin, attorneys for the plaintiff?,
moved for a continuance on tho ground
thai tho case was omitted from tho
list published hi the Legal News, ami
that U was not until last Saturday (hoy
learned of its being on tho list.
Judge Willard, attorney for tho com
pany, when asked what ho had to say
against tho motion for continuance, re
marked: "You have beard the facts.
Wo have witnesses all tho way liom
Detroit. I think you ought to put tlio
costs ot tills continuance on the editor
of tlio Legal News."
Tho court granted the continuance
and said It would look into tlio mutter
of disposing of tho costs.
Tho case of Froas against Pinko was
called before Judgo Carpenter, but
continued for seltleinent.
Tho long-standing coal case of Pa
vis tiijalnst Kusscl ot til,, was called
befoio Judge Kelly. Tho plaintiffs' at
torneys, O'Hrleii & 31artln, and John
It, Kdwards, filed tin amended declara
tion whereupon II, M. llitiuiah, rtttor
ney for tho defense", plead surprise, nml
secured a continuance,
Tho enf-o of Longslreel against 1M.
wards which was specially placed at
Uto bead of tho list, was continued, it
Is likely to bo wittlcd,
Application was iiiado for a divorce
yesterday by Ida i. Abbey, who ulleges
hor husband, Claronco K, Abbey, lo
whom she was married, August n, isoT,
deserted her September L'y, SO", W. W.
Uaylor is her attorney.
Ju tho case of John 3UUett against
.Mrs. .1. S. Gallagher, a non-suit was
granted on motion of Attorney It. A.
Klminermau, becauso of tho uott-ap.
peurnneo of tho plaintiff.
The case of George lltifnagle against
tho I'ennsylvanlii Central Hrowing
iiimpuuy was continued for settlement.
In Orphans' Coutt.
Judgo Vosbutg yesterday conducleil
audits In the estates of Jeremiah 10 .
Itynn, Into ot ScTiinton, and Andrew
LttlidHldtc, Into of Hansom, lie will sit
every duy this week,
The will of June T. Sclnilo, Into of
3Iiitllson, wits mlniltted to piobnto Yes
terday, Echo of Rocky Glen,
Arguments were made yesterday
morning before Judges Kdwards. Kelly
and Carpenter on tho stilllcloiioy of the
bond leiidoicd by the .Scrauton and
Northeasloru liullroitd company to
Annette Hoynolds, to Indemnity her for
I ho nl rip of hind tit Hooky Glenn,
seined by tho company under Its right
of eminent domain.
Willard, Warren & Knnpp, represent
ing 3llss Heynnlds, made tho allegation
Hint I ho description in the bond cov
ered the strip which the court decided
lite company could nol tnko. Tho com
pany's attorneys, O'Dri'cit and II. D.
Gill, of Philadelphia, maintains that
the description comprehended (ho strip
tho court declared the company was
entitled to. The case was continued un
til next Saturday to give 31lss ltey
notd's ntlornoys an opportunity of pro
.parlng evidence to support their contention.
Lucky Mnn Is Poust.
Harry S. Poust yesterday had tlio
unique privilege of choosing whether he
would servo Unclu Sam or Pennsyl
vania as a juror, having boon drawn
for tho Federal court session which op
ened at Hnrrlsburg yesterday ami also
as n common pleas juror for tho term
which opened horo yesterday. 3Ir.
Pause, had himself excused hero and
went to Hnrrlsburg.
Other jurors not serving arc John
Jerntyn, excused on account, of Illness;
12. AI. Klcko. excused; Arthur T.
Uaynsford moved from tho city and
Frank 31. Troth, not found.
Tail;.- fi.ihr.el Scmiitnn
llniinj b. 1'oie.Miian Sir.nitou
Tiioin.it Iteilly nhbald
Amu tarn- Arehh.ili
Mii'li.ed Mnn ul: Sfiantoii
lo'ia Uriil: Si.'iJitton
William (!, lift!; Minoo!,a
Kllii" M. lira. I.v Scranlon
William Khuit.H Court street
Anna Kinsoutx Court 6tuct
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
'I lie grand j.iry is -H!l in f.e.-hjn and may not
ooieploli' iU vml; until the end of the week.
'I tit? report of the InqiiMtinii in th.1 eae of
.Tohu ICniltle, Ine" lepoit w.ii yc-lcrtlav continued
Joseph Dai l, chug'i-l, Mai appointed lax col
let tnr nf Ta.ilor, ye.-terday, vice John D. Jontv,
In tin: oa-e of A. Vfckiotli against John J".
Tlnma, .lodge Kelly tosterday made nhtolutc
tho itili" to hiriko off jiulgiiu nt.
li.il Ir. II. Xev.inn was otenI.ty appointed
dill, of Sioit lounvhip, to Micictd 1. S. Veil
ton, lei-igtml, Tho npiiointineiit. is lo continue
until th" nel tnuuhii election.
I'liv-ident .lodge lalwards. handed down nn onlrr
.le-tcrd.iy .iiilhorulng the county oonunk-.iouei
and iin-y cummU-'ioners lo secure a new juiy
wheel, Hie piescut one hcing dilnpidaled.
.fudge .1. W. Carpenter conducted naturaliza
tion tonit ,vi si ei day. lie as pr.v strict with
I hi applh nilt mid refu-ed four out. of Ihe thirty
who tame hefoie him to proic (heir light and
tide 'o Anuiie.tii ciuVeiiship.
On motion of Attorney II. C. I(ejnM, eouil
jpslertlay diieeled n yiipplonienta! allldavit o
deftn-e lo he lihil within liio d ivs in the ca-c
of Hie lleallt & Milligan company aK.linst the
linpefiil Paint, Slain and filler mmpaiiy.
Welle fc TotTey, tsleid,iy, made, application
DO IT NONA
"TEN PAYMENT GOLD BONDS " ISSUED BY THE
National Life and Trust Co
of Des Moines, Iowa.
The Best Company Is the Company That Gives the Greatest Re
turns to the Greatest Number.
"It Is the Cleanest Cut Investment Proposi
tion That Has Ever Been Presented to Me.M
The above is the expression of one of Scranton's leading financiers.
A contract that is the embodiment of simplicity, with secur
ity that is absolute and profit that is unquestionable.
Why make a contract for 20 years when you can get as good returns in 10 years ?
PROMINENT FEATURES : -, ; '
Before you make any investment or buy
FRANK P. CHHISTIAN, MminBcr,
413 Spruce Stroer, Scranton, Pa.
Hoiid 1110 Information rcgurdluir
National J.llo and Trust Co.'s "Ten
Year Kudowment Tloud."
fer u rliirtcr for llw It.iiliclot.t, .1 locltl rttib.
foinuil for tlio t'iipo-i ol lonchietlnn; il.ln'fs
ami III,-! rnlerlalnmoiiK The jnlnevlher.i nrc
Junes lll.ili-, r Aloftliner II. IVltci-. Albeit (I.
Itniil. I'.ml II. Ilelin nml S. It. Thoitp.
Apptlcitloii was niailo to com I jtitnd.iy hy
Jolni M. Ifnrri1, Mllrltor of Ta.ilor Itoiouah.
fin' Hie' creel Ion of u tinv tuud iiiil ot the tcr
rltot'lieciiilly linexeil lo Tiijlnr. U In lo ioiiv
Jiri'it Ilio Mll.igm nf I'jni", Aiihh.ihl .mil CoiiHii.
enlfll ittnl he known as Ihe sltli ward. All lite
patties in liilercH petition for It.
OPENING OF MONSEY AVENUE.
It Will Not Cost Over S5000, It Iti
The cost of opening up Mousey ave
nue bolwoeh Larch street and Cherry
lane us proposed by Solccl Councilman
Jlerrlman of tho Thirteenth ward, will
nol oxcood $MoO nud It Is thought that
Micro will bo little abjection in councils
to the appropriation of that amount.
Only one properly Is to lip purchased
and though (he city lias no option on
It as yet It Is believed that It can bo
secured for $1000 or (hereabouts. Tho
resolution directing that an option bo
obtained has yet to pass tho common
Deputy Constable Accused of Perjury
by L. Ereedmnu He Declares
That Freedmnn Is Crazy.
31nx Flresteln, ilomil.v constable of
(ho Ninth ward, was arieslod yester
day at the instance of Louis Freedmun,
who charges him with perjury.
Freedmnn alleses that 3tax swore In
Alderman Knsson's olllco that bo hat!
served Mrs. Freedmnn with a summons
lira suit In assumpsit brought against
him f Freedmnn). Max was arrested te
cently on thu charge of making a false
return and was held for court. A hear
ing In the perjury case was hold yes
terday afternoon before 31nglstrato
Firoslein was arrested by Special
Olllcer Greenhurger, and camo Into tho
magistrate's otllco with (ire in his oyo.
"I've summoned three physicians to
testify that tills man Freedmnn is
crazy," lie announced. "I have trouble
enough without beins; arrested every
now and then, becauso a cra'.y man
has a grudge in for mo."
II. began to look as If there would be
a light right off, hut 3Iagistrato 3illlar
interfered and quieted down both par
ties. 3Irs. Freedmnn testified that Flre
steln never served the summons in
question on her, and Froedmau himself
tcstllled that he had never received it.
Tho magistrate declared that a prima
facie case had been established, and
hold Flresteln in $:,00 bail.
Tho three physicians did not appear.
SI 00 REWARD.
The Scrauton Hallway company will
pay a voward of .510i) for information
that will lead to the apprehension of
tho person who placed an explosive em
the tracks of the Green Kidgo People's
lino, on Capouso avenue, near Ash
street, Friday, November R, 1001.
Tho popular Punch cigar is still tha
leader of the lOo cigars.
A ten-year euiiuwineiit savings In
vestnu'iis foeured by deposit with tlio
.State of lowu In trust for the redemp
tion of the endowment bonds, Failure
ftinl Loss impos-sUilc,
investment Is exempt from taxation
mid execution as by law prnided.
FRANK P. CHRISTIAN,
Manager for Northeastern Pennsylvania,
A12 Spruce Street,
Salts and Peppers
Sterling Silver Tops that screw on the glass,
not nut on with PListor Paris. Ymt Unnw silt
absorbs moisture, that soltcns
it comes oil". It corrodes
top. Not so with the Sterling.
larc ones 45-'. Lclery Dip
to 25c ench.
QF.O. V. MILLAR & CO., 134
Scranton Bedding Co.,
F. A. KAISER, MANAGER.
Lackawanna and Adams Aves.
Seal Sklu Coals
Persian Lamb Coats
Raw furs bought
New Building, 324
No medical examination reunited.
Hoth sexes eligible and deposit l ho
same for all uses from r. to 0 Inclusive.
Death benefit consists of all the)
money deposited and twenty per cent.
U'0 per cent.) additional.
Ihmds are asHlsnablo and transl'or
ahlo tho same as Kovernment bonds, ,
the plaster and
the ' ordinary
25c small size;
Cut Glass, 15c
Wyoming, Ave., Scranton
You are not going to
wear them for, n few
months, don't crush,
your dnlnty summer
liats and gowns into
space altogether too
small for them. Let
us make you n. box
couch, wltlt separate
skirts prettily lined
nnd covered an ad
dition to any room.
Prices from $7 up
H. D. CRANE
A new invoice of very
clever SUITS just re
ceived. Also some very fine
For cloth and style tliej
are perfect, ranging in
$7.50 to $16