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THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-.SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1902.
An Excellent Coinbiiiiiiion.
Tho pleasant method unit benclleial
cJTucts of thi! well known lcmedy,
8vnup or Piob, nuimifnctuicri by tho
CAl.troiiNiA Via Svntn Co., illustrate
thovaluopf obtaining the liquid luxa
tivo principles of plants known to bo
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in tho form most rt'fie.sliliip to tho
taslo unil acceptable to tho system. It
is tho ono purfeot htrongthenlng laxa
tive, cleansing the syhtein effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches find fovora
gently yet piomptly mi A enabling ono
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality nnd sub
stance, and itn acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, withoufcw'oakeuing
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In tho process of manufacturing tigs
nic used, as they are pleasant, to tho
taste, but tho medicinal qualities of tho
remedy aro obtained fiom senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to tho Gamfoiinia Fio Sviiup
Co. only. In older to got its beneficial
effects nnd to avoid imitations, nlca&o
remember tho full namo of the Company
printed on tho front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP GO.
BAIT FHANOIBCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KT. NEW TORE, N. V.
Foraalo by all Druggists PrlcoSOs. per bottle.
No alp offrruiff iliN populir and striKtn pie
tine lit tlie follow In; icducoil pikes dm In; tlm
uu.it iilituic elearlnir Jle.
7jc rfye, now (Oe. 2 s 70, now $1 GO
Wall 1'ipir, 1'jitiN, lnile, 1'ieturi", I'l.inica
Jacobs & Fasold,
209 Washington Ave.
lOMl'm 1' WON-Compuiy T, of the Ihir
ticnth lcijimpiit, (Ufettiel Cttnipjnj 1) m i j;mm'
f indoor lii-i lull il the lie n union Ij-t mjit
fecou, 17 ')
10S1I If MJIMirUir.D lohn llmwll re-fn-4.il
to lie llio Drnioci itio tindiilile foi poor
iliicctoi in Ihilo 1'jiU lioiough and Ausu-t I'm
tor, of 1 jiiuii stieel, lio-, boon siib-tllutid foi him.
AITOl.N.Mri) Al'l'H VILLUS -11 M. (.leen, W.
N. I.ruli and h l Wcdcinau wine jcsteidjj np
pointrd a ) pincers to place a -aluition on the
iiionrrtr of .lohn 1". imhuiit, who licontl; filed
a oluutij petition in liinl.niptcj.
1), I, AM) W. PY DWS Hie emplon of
nil Hie colhoion in nid mound Kingston weie piiil
ycsicreiaj. iouij mo pij i u win i-,it .ill the
eolllories in 'iijloi, Kijsn A'.ille,,, Vct and
,uilh Scianton, with tlic cucption of ihc lln
mond nnd Stons, which will be piid on Moiulii.
'lIti:MJHt;it nilMl.Mlll.ltl.n -A number if
ii lends and idmlun of I". . Slulkr. tieaiiiur
of the Star fheatei, snip iscil him llimmliy eicn
iiiK after the petfoimance b. pie-enliii'u him
with a lonn; eup. lie was taUe i by surprint,
but ieroeied and tlianki.il bis flit nils in -i
ANNUA!, MVSKl.I) BUT, 'the iiinuil mis.
pierade ball of the Suaiitim LieilerKiinr will be
eomlucleil on lue-day nlfclit, IUmmy 11, In
Slusic hill, llanci's eiicltetri will furnMi imii'o
for tl inclnsr and an epetially elibotate hiiles
of continues for the grand march will be bioutht
here fiom Xew Yolk tity,
11ICCM: ri.Ull SMOKl'lt. llic imnilen of
the Seiaiilon llicjdo tlub will eonduct a mioKei
in tlic iluli liou.0 tm Noitli Aahln't0n aunue
mt Wednesday uiifht. Simp i.uiprl'i'. are prom
ised bv tlm coinmlttio width comprises W, T
llej nolelj, 1 Mils Waltei, II. It. Slvclly, Ur. (i.
U. Illll, nnd W. II, Igm.
av .i.i.i'Cir.n cor,Mi:nn:ni.ii. Deputy
I'nlted btates Martini bmdci lod(ed William
llecdci, of Diblioip, in the county jail litu
Tliuitday iil;hl. bo haling been hild foi rouit
in Ton mil i on the chaise of toimtofiltinjf,
Iteeder "ill bo tilul it the net tcim of tho
United Sates touit wlileh lll be conducted in
this lit) ill -Mllili.
REDUCED TO A MINIMUM.
Paine Believes Small-pox Will
Not Spiead Fuithev.
Dr. W. A. l7nlno. who has ehaigo of
the tfvoT 'wnall-pox ntlents In "West
FcranTon, saltl laat night that tho din
ner of a Bineail of tho disease lias been
a educed to a minimum.
IIo aid that tip avetatfo petloil of
Incubation la about ten or twelvo days,
but that In some instances it takes as
lout? as twenty days after contact be
fore tho dlseiifco developes, so that It
w III be impossible to make uiy dollnlto
Huuuinciu until tne end of next week,
The jo thlldicn In tho Meats' build
ing nio locoveiing, he said, and aie
piactlcally out of danger.
IIcaltlL.J0fllccr Kennedy, of the bor
ough of Pilcebtug, said last night that
no nnwu'fnse? bad bioken out theio
WORKING A CON GAME.
Impostor, in Avoca Collecting Money
. Under FaUe Pretences.
'WJj'Vfcsed young man puipoit
iusfiawolne fiom Jonas Uong's Sons'
stojjj, called on u number of Jadleb in
Avoca this week asking them to enter
theTthm's-service by doing woik at
honje in the way of making aitlllclal
He exacted $1.50 for tho - n
quisjtes for the business and Btated
thaj.u lady -would b aioimd In n'taxr
rtuyiTto teach them the art.1 The gull!
ble 'ones are yet awaiting the teacher
or tfie man who signed himself John
HE QOX WHAT HE WANTED.
Charlie Thiol's Bequest Was Com
plied with by Police.
Clinillp Thiol, who turn been for some
time tho nroniletor of n illsoi doily
houo at 318 Vino stieet, got u little
dttink the other night, anil meeting
Siipcilntenilent of 1'ollce Limn II. Day
on tho nti-cot, he said!
"Why don't you fellows do jour duly
mid close me up. I'm still In business,
and I'd ought to he tteateil like the
Siipeilntcmleiit l)av did do his duty
lust night about 11 o'clock, when he
swooped down on t'lmi lie's tilut-e with
a squad of policemen and ai letted him
hoIC and his wife and two women. A
hotHe nl nit. Vino stiect, kept by Annie
Wilson, jocularly known as "lied An
nie," was also i aided nnd eight women
and two men m tested,
The whole nnitv wpio taken to the
cpiitinl police station in two till)", and
will be given a hem lug- this morning
befoie Magistrate Howe.
Busy Day at Calvaiy Chinch in
Wllkes-Baue Annual Repoit
of tho Aichdeacon.
The winter session of the Scinnlun
iiicliilenconi v or the Ihilscon tl chinch
was concluded vesterdnv nt Cahmy
chinch, WllkcH-liuiic. Thieo Intel ett
Ing -iesslons weio held, and In tho after
noon tho women's auvlllniy held a
meeting at the lectoij.
The morning tension oneiied with a
builness meeting itl inn o'clock, llev.
Fi.mkllii Smlcl.iu. mlfmlonaiv iiinong
the deaf mute;, m.nle an Intetetlng ic
poit of tho woik done in hli decit t
mont since last Julv. Jllsstons hao
been established at Scianton. Wllkes
H.u le and Nicholson, wlileh aie attend
ed by one bandied deaf mules, Ho con
ducted US feel vices In twenty-eight dlf
feient plates. The woik, ho s.iltl, was
voiy entoui aging.
-Aichdeacon D. AV. Cove, D. D , of Al
lien, gave his annual lepott of the woik
In the patlshes. Iiev. T. P. C'oiy, of
Sayie, was appointed pieachei for the
next session, and Hev. P. It. B.itemnn
eegete. It was decided to hnu the
ne.t session at llonphdale, on the last
Monday and Tuesday In Apill.
The business meetincr was, followed
by communion admlnisteicd by IJIsliop
lthelbett Talbot, and a opinion by Rev.
C. Ij Fesseiulen, of Jeimyn.
At '2 SO ti "quiet hoiu" In the chinch
was conducted by llev. P. It. Jiatem.in,
and at 1 o'clock theie was an addiess
by Rev. C. AV. Hoot, of Susquehanna.
At 7.20 o'clock tlieie ins a pi aver
set vice, led by Rev. II. L. Jones, D D ,
of AVilkes-Bime, assisted bv Rev. C.
AV. Boot, and Rev. AV. D. Johnson, of
AA'ilkes-Batie. The full estod choir led
In the singing. Aichdeacon Coe and
Bishop Talbot delheied nddi esses.
51is, Rogeis Isi.iel, of this city, pie
slded over the session of the AAromen's
Auxlliaiy. Mis. Hoiace Black, of Leb
anon, dcllieied an addiess on tho woik
of the auxlll.uy, nnd Mlbs Elizabeth
Men ur, of AA'est PIttston, gao a ic
poit of the tii-cnnlal meeting of tho
national nu-s.lll.ny at San Fianclsco.
Mis. C'hailes R. AVood, of AVIIkes
Baup, made an addiess on mlssionaiy
w ot k.
The AA'omen's Auill.uy of Calvaiv
chinch, sencd luncheon and supper to
The membeis of the aicluloaconty
piescnt besides Bishop Talbot -were:
Kev. M. II. Abbott, Scianton; Rev. P.
S. Ballentlne, Scranton; Rev. P. R.
Bateman, Scianton; Rev, tt. R. Bishop,
New MUfaid; Rev. C. AA Boot, Sus
quehmna; Rev. J. R Biodhead, Pot
est City; Rev. C. B. Caipenter, Mll
foid; Rev. D A'. Coxe, D. D, Alden;
Rev. T. 1. Cady, Sajie; Rev. II. II.
Caswell, 13 st Stiottdslmig; llev. AV.
R. Daw, Athens; Rev. C. K. Fessenden,
JoiniMi; Rev. P. A. Gin mint, Townndn;
Rev. John II. Ciifiith, Plymouth; Rev.
I P. Hnnlngton, AA'est Pittston; Rev.
II. B. Ilajden, A'ilkes-Bane; Rev. R
J. Ilaughton, Bunmote; Rev. Rogeis
Isi.iel, D. D, Scianton; Rev. AAr. , D,
Johnson, AVllkes-Batie; Rev, J. M.
Johnson, PIttston; Rev. 31. L Jones,
D. D, AVllkes-Baue; Rev. K. J. Mc
Heniy, Scianton; Rev. R. AV. Sawjei,
Caibondalp; Rev. AV. II. Stone, AVilkes
Banp; Rev. James P. Aue, Hones
dale; Rev. R. A. AA'aulnrr, Monti ose.
MAJOR TO BE ELECTED.
Line Officers of Fiist Battalion
The line ofllceis of the four com
panies compilslng the Tlist battalion
of tho Thhteenth leglment will meet
this afternoon at 2 o'clock In the new
aimoty for tho puipose of electing the
new major which a lecent older al
lows to the legiment.
The only two candidates In the Held
ate Captain Aithur R. Roote, of Com
pany D, and Pli.st Lieutenant Geoige
II. Whitney, of Ilonesdale, leglineutnl
commissary. Captain John W. Kuin
beck, of Company 11, who was at flist
a candidate, has letlrsd It was said
yesteiday that the chances favor
Whitney's election, though theie Is a
possibility that Pnote may win out.
THE BOND ORDINANCE.
Recouler Connell Is Consideilng
Items to Be Incorpoiated.
Recouler Connell Is engaged In for
mulating a number of Items to bo pio
Ided for In a bond oidluance which ho
will lequest coumlla to p.ifes befoio the
beginning of the next fKal yeat.
This bond oidluance will lucludo pio-
Jnloiis tor tho paying off of all tho
judgments and other adjudicated claims
outstanding against the city, as well as
an amount (piobably $2.,00U) for ini
piovenwnts at Nay Aug paik, Theio
will also be piovlslon niado for ceitoln
needful and necessary ImptoMments
which It has been found lumosslblo to
lucoiporate In tho nencinl uppiopilu
IF YOU WISH
To buy a piopeity.
To lent a piopeity,
To sell a pi opei ly.
To Insuio piopeity.
To exchange piopoity.
To buy u bubluess.
To sell it business.
See W, T, HACKETT,
Rooms 3-10 li Ice Building,
SUITS UNDER "MOB LAW."
B Kulusiir W Ire from The Aisoiiatcd I'rfw
Uelljlic, Jluli, Jan. 21 laioli Stlnuun aid
Mary fcliuLo liavo liesui, ,int asalut Anttini
tounty foi W,0do eaili under tho "inub Ian" act
of J6W, liodiu(( touutlci HjMo foi daiiuijej viluu
ludliidiuU aie qMiilttil ty jnolu. 'Un allofo
Hut in Jul Ut the mcic a,aulUd by a h.inl
ol ina.kcU men 'unil after bjinj ikuudul of
clothes, viie daubed ultli 1ar and cihcilo in
jured. 'Ihc couple weie Ulii'S tpj:etlcr pear Central
I.aUc when (he unviiuU occiured IhU H tlic
second milt of IliU klud in Micjifcaii.
STILE DEBATING: AT AN EARLY
That They Did Not Go to Bed Is
Taken to Be Indicative of a Piob
ability That Their Dlffeionces
Weie Not of an Itreconcllnblo
Natttie Veullct Is Rendcied in
Favor of tho Scianton Railway
Company on Testimony Given by
General Manager Slllinnn.
The i nio of Mniy Duilhi against the
city of Scianton was given to the Juiy
ut ,120 yesteiday afteinoon.
At 12;;io this inoinlng tlm Juiy wan
still debating. Nothing leaked fiom
tho juiy loom as to how the twelve
won- divided, but the fact that they
did not go to bed eatly gave an' Indica
tion that the division was not such us
could be leconclled.
At 1 o'clock the Jin v lothed, after
leaving woid with Tlpstnlf Keller to
call tliem at C o'clock.
No testimony was given yesteidav,
neither side having anything furtliPi to
offer at the lesumptlon of com t In the
inoinlng. Tho (list half hour was giv
en to the uiguiiielits of law points
Then City Solicitor Wntson closed for
the delenso In a speech occupying an
hour and a hair. Major AVauen began
tho closing nddtess for the plaintiff nt
11 o'clock and concluded a few min
utes befoie 1 o'clock. A lecess ol tin
hour was taken and then Judge Goi
don dellveiod bis chaice which con
sumed an bout and twenty minutes.
A veullct for tho defendant was 10
tmned In tho ease ot James Giay. of
Maylleld. against the Scianton Rall
vwtiy company. The plaintiff sued lor
$123 for set vices lendeied In the set
tlement of a damage cose. lie claimed
he was engaged by the company to
settle the c'use and thnt ho was to le
celve a liberal compensation If be stic-
ceeaeu. jie eitected a settlement on
teims satisfactoiy to the company, he
avened, and lendeied a bill for $12";.
The company lefuscd to pay it and ho
bi ought suit. r
The defense was that Guy came to
the company's ofllce and offeied to ef
fect a settlement of tho case if he was
given a job The company did not
want to bind itself to any such ngi ce
ment, but told Giay that If he w.is
successful they -would do something foi
him. Giay did something tow.iuls
btlnging about ti settlement of the case
and the company gave him a job on
the lepalr gang. Ills sen Ices weie not
satisfactoiy to the foreman and he was
dlschaiged Shortly after being dls
Unuged he bi ought suit. Genet al
Manager Sllliman was the piinUpal
witness for the defense. The juiy was
out but a shoit time befoie It ngieed
to a vetdlct in favor of the coinnanv.
The case was tiled befoio Judge Nevv
comb. II. D. Caiey lepiesenled tho
plaintiff, and Hon. C. P. O'Mallev, the
The case of Hany Depuy against
Mis. Jennie R. Blink, was given to the
1uiy jesteulay afteinoon by Judge
Kelly. No eidlet had been leached
at adjourning time.
In the case of C M. Bulls against- S.
M. Giecn, agent, Judge Kelly diiected
a non-suit because of the non-anpeai-nnce
of the plaintiff. John P. Seingg
lepiesented the defendant.
Judge Rdwatils, In No 3, Is engaged
in tiylng the case of C. M. Lancaster,
against John A. Veith. It Is a suit
for the lental ol a mill at Moolc,
lenfced to the defendant by tho plain
tiff. Rise i Donnelly lepicsent the
plalntilt. Colonel P. L. Hitchcock and
Hany L. Aran Deusen aie counsel loi
All except four of the flttv cases on
this week's list have been disposed of,
or -will ha-e been disposed of when
ei diets ate i cached in the tluee cases
Twelve cases weie tiled: tluee, non
suited; two, lefeued; seven, settled;
and twenty-tlu ee continued.
This One Not Suspected.
Application was made to eouit es
teulay for a chatter lor the Scianton
Institute of Human Development, which
will occupy the Noith Main avenue
Tabernacle. The subseilbeis to the
petition weie: William Chappell, Rev.
A. II. Smith, Geoige A. Dlckeison,
Geoise M. Mulley and Oswald Jones,
The tiustees of the Institute aie:
Hon. A. A. A'o.sbuig, Aicb Johnson,
William Chappell, Ttev. A. II. Smith,
Oswald Jones, Giles L, Cl.uk, Geoige
A, Dlcketj-ou, Geoige M, Mulley.
The pin pose ot the Institute is the
intellectual, motal and physical de
velopment of Its membeis. It Is to bo
a llteiaty and athletic club, In other
woids, composed of piomlnent men ot
Piovldence. Cotut Is not likely to hold
up this application under a suspicion
that the "club" Is not Just what it pui
potts to be.
In Judge Vosbuig's Couit.
In the Oiphuus' couit, yesteiday,
Judge A. A. Vosbuig he.ud tho audit In
the estato of Ann A. Connolly, deceased.
Consldeinblo testimony Inning been
taken In suppott of the exceptions filed
to tho accounts of I,. Tyler Connolly,
the executor, tho hem lug wan continued
until Satin day, Fcbittaiy 1, tit 10 a. ni.
The lesnectho paitles In interest
weie lepiesented by Attoinevs Al. P
Caw ley, C. AV Dawson and J. AV.
In the matter of adliidlcatlou nnd
Until continuation of accounts of all
the eecutois, adinlulsttatois and
gunidlans, whose iteeount.s weio con
llrmetl nisi ut the beginning of tho
term, hem lug will ho had In tho Oi
phans' couit loom on Monday, Janu
aiy 1, at 10 a m. At this time all ac
counts mo expected to attend with
tunned pi ep.it ed to modllte voiuheis
If called upon to do so
Juiois for Special Session,
Sheilff C. H. Schndt and Juiy Com
mlsaloneiK U. u. Stuiges nnd D. J,
Campbell jestotday dtevv tho follow
ing sl.ty Juiois to setvo nt the bpcclal
session of cilmlnal couit whlph Is to
tuko platu dining the week, commenc
ing Felnuury SI:
K II Mull, man 11,(1, Kraiilmi,
tharlcM II llumn. luilier, JIihioh.
llobtit lanliijtvii, t,eut., Su.inlun.
.N, (I, eal, unit., Jlalield
W, . elMll, lainifi, l.thl'h
Stev.ait llliicclei, liookkeijiei, hii.mtun.
l.ian (1 llecfcc, cluk, iiantun.
Jauic A Weldnian, bamboo, &tianton,
John J, I'vaii, tueuiaii, hcianton
John L. Hull, iiiculiiut, .Suntoii.
John Kenii, iiucliinl.t, Scianton.
JaniM ( uau, luluei, Scianton.
Aiug4 W'ather, cvfonu an, Du'iniore
Cioiuer Davhi, b!aikiiiitli, la.ilyi,
II. J. 'laulteM. fannti, JUkillU..
William Kail, inlnci, .u hb.jhl.
James .Mdlljnn, clcil,, UH I'oitje.
You Are Invited
S. H. Twining, Optician,
;a; penn avenue.
IvIIIIjiii Sleliccker, uncut, ciiiiilun.
t Inn iiiil Hone, ilniKght, Duinnoie.
I.. A. Ilinelt, seiictnry, ( iilmiiilnle.
II. Ii. (IiIbc, iiierchint, .Mohow.
S. ,1, siif, liooKkeeper, Siiiinton,
(Jeoijtc W, lllcrckr, fanner, Newton.
Odioiiie Mittlit, f inner tlouldlioro.
Divlil .MorRin, miner, l)ihint,
tlcoige 1', Vliliei, faiinei. fc'iolt.
.lohn Moir!, lilioicr, Scrinloii
1!. M, llodiron, I inner, Moiow.
l.nwieiico Illln, hooKKceper, Kiitnton.
('. I J. llnidhui.i, n(coiiitillit, Stmntoii.
.lohn 1'itlirv, ev-vhcrlir, Hiinton.
.Unie WllllniiKon, ilcrk, Kianlou.
1,. II. .Siffiml, fu mcr, Xorlh Aliitigtuii.
Stephen It It li-li tl-, miner, Ptumiorc.
Willi nit Hound'', brikcniin, Cailiondite.
Mklnol VleDoinld, Imldier, Sruntun,
A. 1' lliinnrij, litem in, .scilntoii.
l'etei T. llollinnn, ltlioier, Hcmuton.
ttci, (iconic I.', nulld, clercjium, Sirilnlon.
(ieoiuo II. lliool., clll eiiglmcr, Miniilnn.
Wlllliiu II, ( (unblock, cur)enlir, Seiuntou.
William D. Kennub, (tint , Sirantoii.
.1. 11. I'uihuontiln, intnei, l'cll.
.Inlni ,T, lltakln, iiillllianil, Reunion,
I. l Milder, fittner, biott,
It. 11. Villi lull, f inner, .lelTei-on.
Tohn 1. l.oltiH, iniiiei, Dumiioip.
1), Wlloi linker, Kiiirdlin, Duiuiiore.
1 lediiick otnn, fainui, Stolt.
1! .1. McNnlh, ancnt, Sirnnlon.
W. S Itutcliinss, biipiilntinduit, Atoodlo.
Hoi il Til II, tleik, Duninnip
MtilinI ill, faiinei, Srott.
(Iioiltc 1', Allllei, fiiimi, Scott.
Mutlii Cihnlln, Ihemiii, 'citnlon.
lllihud I'. Ihoiuis teinti uloi, Snnnton.
1". I) I itlnoi, pnlilMici, Ciihondile.
I) f Little, ekik, S union.
Inlni I Mci.m, dilici, hii niton
sttie llonlnMl Vjjflilil
Lottie Koliintc Mijlleld
.lohn Hi ij J7J0 Noith Miln UMiiue
Mil Coidcn 171 VMlliur slieet
Dennis 1. Lingui llunnioic
ViiiiIl Mlueioiti Ptimuoio
Tidiu (,'ijolos lliliRluiiitoii
Annie Vi-ic7 niiirfliimtun
lohn lll-tioli iesup
Viinle Pollock .....lesup
WILL FIGHT THE JUDGMENT.
Ex-Stiiker Keller to Apply for Stny
Under the execution issued by tho
stieet ear stilkeis' union against ex
Stiiker Chuilcs Keller, a, levy was yes
teidav made on KellPi's household
goods at bis home on Washburn stieet,
by DepuO Sheilff John L Gaffney.
The sale was IKed lor Jnnuaiy 31.
Mr. Keller will apply to cotut to
stay the execution, on the gtound that
the fund fiom which he dtevv the $10
was his as much as anybody's else, and
tbeipfoie the judgment cannot be en
loiced. BEICKLAYERS'. CONVENTION.
Office: s Elected at Meeting of the
Union, in Pittsbuig.
Bi rxclusnc Wite hum Ihc Awochtcd I'rci
Plttsbutg, Jan, 21 The annual con
vention of the Bi ickltivet s and Masons
Intci national union which has been in
session hoie lor two weeks, piactlcally
closed its business today, leaving only
routine ni.itteis for tonight.
Last ye.u'b olficeis weie unanimous
ly elected. They aie: Piesident,
Geoige P. Gubbins, Chicago; flist Ico
ptesident, AV. J. Dow en; second vlce-
ptesldont, M. II. Canty. Washington,
D. C ; seuttaij, William Dobson;
tieasuiei, Palile'c Muuay; olTlelal
editoi, i:. A. Mofntt, Xevv Yotk.
It was decided to hold the net con
vention at Tienton, X. ,T.
LIVE ON HAW FOOD.
Chicago Society Says Only in That
Way Can Man Be Well.
liom the (hlcigo .loiuuil
Clilcago has a society lor men and
women who subsist enthely upon un
cooked lood. They consider cooked
diet exticmcly Injuiious to health and
mot nls, and ate pledged to dlscaid it
fiom their tables lor all time.
Cooking, they contend, is a fad which
otlglnated somevvheio in the early
ages of man, nnd since then humanity,
mentally, moially njul physically, has
been steadily on the decline. File,
they say, destioys all th.it Is health
giving and life giving in food.
Those who ate 111 maintain In that
that the law food diet will ip.stoie
them to health; the healthy nsseit that
they ate pi oof against disease. Fur
theunoie, they aver that they enjoy
their meals moie than other people,
and that they ate able to live on the
veiy best of the laud for leas than 20
cents a day.
Occasionally the membeis of the so
ciety meet at a public dinner, when
they have speech-making testimonials
of health, singing nnd other amuse
ments. Heie Is a sample of the law
l.lttli) Nuk C lain-, on the Halt Shell,
Itiw 'limilpi lla t moll.
Hum Fiotih Oats and UmoiuU Mm-il.
ltitt fehiliiip-, villli Haw Mibtaul hilid
Milois IMiiiaiplei, f,mpe OianueH.
Iliuiiii.. Piled I'U-s tilu
lumiirivril Wheat Lakn.
The society has nearly 300 membeis,
and .ioveial times that many ndvo-
tates, In Chicago nlone. Its object Is
"to savu humanity fiom tho dlsastious
effetts of taking dentl food into the
Not onl do these "nntuinllsts" claim
that law tood has unveiled tho seciet
of longevity and peifect health and
solved tho pioblem of economical liv
ing, but they say It Is tho gieutest
souice of beauty to women.
The ofllceis stiy thnt any one who
will glvo law tood ii til.il for 00 days
will bo convincetl that tho Ulblo ac
count of Methuselah not only la pos
sible, but piobnble.
Adjutnnt Geneial Stewait's Latest.
Adjutant (.omul '1 In nun J, hlewuit lu-i a lia.
tlotiit iiputatiou ai a wit and utoi) lellei llcie
H Ids l.iti.t.
Ail lilahmiii who torn red ,i tliualluii iu ton
iluclor on the Mirkct fcticct tiollev lino in
I'litladclphla fill under (he MJplilou of "knock.
lu- donii" faiib. A fcpottu va mt on Ills
hall The latter paid hli fare, vihltlt va prompt.
Ij iimif up, A n)uaro fiulhet on llmo moio
painu ot on and (heir fans cro uUo did)
le.'btcied. At (he luU eoiner nlno nun lioaul.
cd the cai, and llio conductor uni' up cUht
"Jluw i thUS" jkul the potUr, after viam
Inliigr tho dial in fiont of the ear,
"Jlow'j MhatV upllid the JrMmuti.
"Muo men got on and jou cnil) ruiii; up elt.li t
"U (dot io!' tald tho conductor. 'Iheu he
walked forwaid and sttutlnind the icgUUi,
"Vo'io loiilit," lie said, "lia lihiiu vn av
Ihlin 1m tjot tu jilt pir."-l'iiljiliriliU Piw.
NEWS PROM THE
SCOBES OF HOPKINS AND ItlEHIi
They Didn't Cnptuic Any Pilzo In
the Two-men Contest but Mado a
Good Showing Talk of Sending
Them to Rosovllle, N. J. Bicycle
Club lenguo Has VDlsbnnded but
Will Bo Iteorganlzed Bowling rt
Fad Among tho ladies in Qrcon
ItldgeA Piize Offmed.
The scores made by Dllly Hopkins
and Charles Klehl, bowling ns a two
men tPttm tit the national bowling tour
nament In Utiffnlo, were only fairly
high, as compaied with the other scores
mado. Their total score was 1.01S, tho
pi cues for the tluee games being as fol
lows: IlnpUim 171, 1TD, 'Jillj lolil, mi
lllehl 15", 107, 11(1; total, ti'l.
Tho winners of the $90 flist piUo
wore McLaln and Sleeis, of Chicago,
who lolled up a total of 1237 or an
aveiago of 028 each for the thieo
games. The tenth or lowest pilxe went
to A'ooihees and Stnlr, of New Votk
city, who made a score of flL'3. Some
icmaikably big semes weto made by
seveial of the live-men teams. The
scoto mado by the Fidelias, of New
York city, was a notable ono. This
club made a grand total of 2792, the
avetages of the live playeis for tho
tluee games being as follows: Sphult?-.
ln2 1-3; Kostor, 214; ltotheimel, 170 1-3;
Hoezo, 1771-3; Amann, 10SJ-3.
Eveiybody who has watched the
bowling In the Northeastern Pennsyl
vania Bowling league this season pie
dlcts that the second seiles of games,
begun last Monday night, gives every
promise of being moic sharply contest
ed than were the games in the flist
series. Uvery team in tne league has
been stiengtuened by the addition of
plajcis who did good woik on the
second teams, and the playeis who
didn't show up well in the first series
have been dioped. Uveiy team In tho
league Is very neatly evenly matched,
and this Includes the Hlectilc City
AVhcelmen's five, which made a sin
pilslng snowing for a gteen team on
Monday night. The membeis of the
committee to which was refeired the
matter of pui chasing a trophy have not
agteed upon the style of the cup to be
put up, but will piobably meet dm ins
the coming week.
It is. believed that a picked team will
be mado up within the next month for
tho puipose of playing a leturn match
with the Rosevllle Athletic club team,
which camo heie last winter and which
was defeated on the Dlks alley by a
local picked team. A team comprising
such players ns Hopkins, Taylor, Battl,
Gold and Allan would make a piotty
haid combination for the Itosevllles or
any other team to bump up against.
Tho Bicycle Clubs' league has dis
banded because of the fact that though
it comptlsed four teams, only two
clubs, the AVest End AVheelmen and
tho Gteen Ttidge AVheelmen, weie icp
resented. This caused a lack of intei
est and the league disbanded. It Is
pioposed now to oiganlze another
league with second teams leptesent
ing the Scianton Bicycle club, the
Gieen Ridge AVheelmen and tho Elec-
ttlc City AVheelmen. Ilowaid Davis,
of the Green Ridge AA'heelmen, and Ed.
Piyor, of the Bicycle club, have taken
the matter in hand, and expect to ar
llve nt something definite within a
Bobby AVharton, the old-time popular
bowler, who has charge of Geoige
Hampe's new alleys, Is otganlzlng a
team to be known as the AA'lde-Awakes
and the following bowleis aio i oiling
for places on it. Geoige Koch, Mil
ton O'Connell, Robert Mai shall, Oscar
Jones, Fiank Roll, Frank Coffin, Billy
Swaitz and Bobby AVharton. All of
these men aio star peiformeis In the
bowling line and will be ready to take
up the place of any team In the North
eastern Pennsylvania league which
may diop out before the season Is over.
A game will be i oiled next Thursday
night with tho South Side Bowling
To encouinge bowling among the
Green Ridge young ladles, C, S. Sea
mans, of the Gieen Ridge AVheelmen,
has offeied a first-class howling ball as
a pilno to the lady making tho high
est number of plus for twenty games
on tho club's alleys. The ladles are
taking a lively Intel est In tho con-
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Have you in your attic a favorite chair with the upholstering in
bad sliap?, an aim or a rocker broken, or perhaps having the spring's
out of order, wailing an indefinite sometime to be repaired? Let uj
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F. fi. KAISER, MANAG:
Lackawanna and Adams Avenues.
Wear Union Suits (underwear)
DO YOU ? No Shirt to work up your back
when stooping, or drawers to hold up with
pins or otherwise they are in one piece, and
the price is no higher than other underwear of
the same quality
From $2.00 a
And if you mention -this "ad." will allow you
1 5 per cent, discount during January. Trading
Stamps, too, for cash sales
test, and the games so far rolled hae
pfoved that theio me 'seveial sood
bowleis anions them. Miss Jlyitle
Bayley, of Gieen KUlge street, heads
tho list nt pie&ent. She rolls a game
n erasing Aery close to 150.
The highest bcoies made on Hampe's
alleys Mnce they weie opened, about
lle weeks nso, us made by Billy
Hopkins, who made 238, nnd his namo
is emblazoned on the blackboaul in
Iaige letteis. It is questionable if this
scoio will be sui passed for toino time,
09 32 fl fe SS 4& 0B &8 6E9 & G 4& 33 9 R ft 49 4
! Wonderful Shoe Bargains I
tttunH r lulivrintt hum a I ,a1iIiiI.i t.. ..-.(..
thtii I lie reinlnnly low tirltr of tho Itiferior
1N i:TOUV HVU. (M.l plrM of 1IAVI
to clofo out .1 Minplei
cents each.1 woro 0,00 doz.
cents each wcro 7,00 clo7
cents each were 4,00 doz.
cemts each woro 2.75 doz.
& Co. "U.SEM52
Suit to $6.00
305 Lacka. Ave.
reatesf Fur Values
Peislan X,amb Coats, Baumaiten
collar nnd leveis, ?175; now ?150.
Peislan I.nmb Conts, Oliiiichillft
collar and reveis, $150; now $185.
PejBian Xnmb Mink, tiiramed,
S150: now 3125.
Peisiiui Lamb Black Lynx,
tiimmed, S150; now 8100.
Plain Persian Lamb Jackets, 350
Moiie Coats, Astinchan, Chinchilla
trimmed, $100; now 875,
Electilo Seal Jackets, fiom S20 to
Elect! 1c Seal Jackets, Beaver
tiimmed, $30. .
Plain new Seal Jackets, fiom 835
Seal Skin Coats, in stock, from
$150 to $225.
Seal Skin Coats, made to older,
from $150 to 8300.
All Scaifs and Muffs at i educed
FUF.S REPAIRED. f
KAW PURS BOUGHT,