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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, ftEBRtlAKV. 18, 11)02.
, tun Moor.tiN lunmrAru! stoma
Your Shoes x
nt lionic kiivo I title nnd
money too, by ubIhk
The Dandy Shiner
a household neccHslty
holds the sboo urrXoctli'
rigid lor pollHUIng adJUBt
ablu to any bIzo shoe re
movable when not In uso.
It la bo Blmplc u child can
T7r fir. QUcar f"V.
i 19 N. Washington Ave 6
tiii! rAMiLV buyer, havi: jou
ecr been in our store to sco the many
tilings we liavo to make jour Infant
and children well drMscd Mid com
fortable. If not, It will repay you to
give us a little of jour time.
THE BABY BAZAAlt
510 Spruce Street.
a MS 310 1'cnn A emic. A. n. Wannan. A
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL,
Norman L. Griggs, of Pittbton ave
nue, was married last night to Miss
Annio Hiefer, of 434 Brooks street, in
the parsonage of the Fenn Avenue
Baptist church by the pastor, Rev.
ltobert P. Y. Pierce. The couple were
attended by Mr. and Mrs. George Huf
nagle, who acted as groomsman and
biidesmald respectively. After a wed
ding tour the couple will reside on
The II. O. 13. O. club were entertained
on Tuesday evening at the home of
Miss Margaret Hughes, on North Hyde
Park avenue, the occasion being the
hostess' birthday. The guests were
Misses Sadie Zimmerman, Clava Wal
ler, May Kreider, Edith Fowler, Ethel
ltauch, Grace Daniels and Margaret
A surprise party was tendered David
Williams, of North Sumner avenue,
Tuesday evening. Mrs. Isaac Williams
was assisted in receiving and serving
by Misses Mamie Lewis, Jennie Jones,
Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Isaac Harris and
Mrs. J. Christofel.
Miss May Stevens, of Ninth street,
entertained friends at her home on
A. U. thin, of the I.aclawjinn uiliojil, lift
last uiglit for ew Yoik.
Mis, l'red Oilibs, of Xciitli Lincoln .ncnuo, 1.3 a
lcluined heme from u lslt in StioiuMiuijr.
daughter was bom jestcrday to Mi. and
All.. 31. 11. HiggliM, of 00.1 Adams avenue.
Oencl.il Superintendent T. 11. ClaiKc, DbWon
Eupeiiiilcndcnt 11. 31, ltino and 3Ia4er Mcch.inio
JIli--. 3f. II. Decker, of Xc.v Yoil;, I? the guest
of Mr. A. 31. Shlller, of feuulli Hide I'aik me
Mr. and Mis. Ma"C Moullo, of ew Yoil;, nie
I'i'ltlnsr Mirf. Ilnocli llariK of South Main a;c
Miss Mai Ilesell, of lljitukl;, V. Y., hi ic
turnrd home Horn a i.lt with Wet Scranten
.lnstlu Van Uibkiikt of Xculimgli, Y is
the KUCbt cf hi fister, Mr. W. I.. Speccr, of
ncveily Cliasp and sitter, MUs Kate Cliatc,
of South Lincoln aeuue, aie attending the vcd
ding of a ltlathe at buinnilt Kill . l'a,
II, II. Hall, of MedlJ, l'a., a brother of tho
lalo .1. J. Hall, was In tho city jcslcidiy io.i
fcirlnf with Lackawanna lallroad offulals.
Mr, and Mii. 1, 1', ltcddinKton and Miss
ltcddlngton, of Mtillicuy stiect, attended a
euchre paity glu'ii at Ob pliant on Tucxday niht.
Mis. William Daniels his issued Invitations 1o
the niariiat'o of her iliiifiliter, 31ihel, to Thomas
II. fcipanacubciif, of Moscow, the inaiiiairc to
take place on Wcdncsdiy, the llitli, at her home,
310 1'ianklin atcuuu.
DONATIONS FOB THE HOME.
Acknowledged by the Managers of
The mnniiKeis of tho Home for the
Friendless acknowledge with the deep
est gratitude gifts fiom the following
Mrs. Willlum F. Kennedy, cookies;
Mis, It, G, Uroolis, plum pudding, turn
dries; He James Hughes, book; Mrs.
Preston Itoblnsou, wine; Gutlielnn,
Wolsser & Krayer, fifty pounds lard;
John Benoro & Son, load kindling
wood; Mrs. Woodcock, Quantity cakes,
Mrs. John Genter, provisions; Mrs,
Cora Merrllleld, reading matter; Mrs.
11, Millhaiser, clothing; Connolly &
Walluce, four dozen sample books; Miss
Fannie Fuller, shoes; F, n. "Wall &
Co., ten pounds mixed rakes; Mrs,
Alfied Hand, cloth; Mrs. C. S, Weston,
potatoes; Miss Susan Dickinson, ap
ples; Mr, Ruff, of Stowers' Packing
company, ham and mackerel; C, D.
noss & Son, New London, Conn., box
crackers; Miss Bennell, candy; II, a.
Pierce, apples and cranbenles; Price
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a cough to run until it tel beyond tha
reach of medicine, 'i'hey often say, "Oh, It will
weir away," but In most ca.ei it will wear
Hum away. Could they lo Induced to try tha
bucccttful uicdicliiD called Kemp's UaUam, wlitsh
is told on a. positive guarantee, to cuie, they
would Immediately tee the excellent effect n(.
nr taking . tlie nut dose, l'rlcu 25c. aud We.
TrUJ size free. At til drujrjilsti.
& Ilownrtlt, tond wood! Enworth
League, WaVerly, Pit., fiuantlty vnlu
ubte provisions, fruit, etc; eartnge by
Mr. Coon; It. Keltrll, meat! ladlCB ut
First Presbyterian church, candy,
oranges nnd sewing; Miss Anna Du
vat und Mlsn nontimont, one dny'a
sewing! Millar & Co., Quantity fine
Mrs. Goodhand Clark, skirts) for each
old lady! Richard Somers Edwatds,
shoes and overshoes! Miss Sancton,
New Year cards; St. Agnes' Guild of
Dnmnoro, served lea for tho old ladles;
Cedar Avenue Presbyterian mission,
dry goods, groceries, provisions; aire.
II. A. Knupp, ten pounds candy; S. F.
Moore, thirty toaven breud: Loral No.
806, United Mine Workers or Amori
cu, Quantity sandwiches and provis
ions; Neodleworkcrs' Guild of Provi
dence, underwear, etc.; Miss L. N.
Bailey, cash $1; Mip. II. L. Snyder,
crackers aud cakes; MrH.-JtimcB Arch
bald, oranges, cakes and candy. Des
Berts were furnished by Mrs. J. L. Con
nell, Mrs. G. L. Dickson, Mrs. Thomas
Dickson, Dr. Nnwton was In attend
ance. The Saturday night donations have
been very valuable and are greatly
appreciated. The donors were: J, F.
Hoyer, C. E. Bone, Miss Zehnder, W. I.
Marvel, Rohrwassor'B bakery, Lind
ner's bakery, II. B. Sweet, D. 13. Mar
berger, Carr & Son, Evcrltt Bros., II.
A. Pierce, W. H. Pierce.
NEW VIADUCT PLAN.
West Side Committee WflntB City to
Buy Property on South Side of
Street and Erect Structure.
It wus learned yesterday thut tho
prevailing sentiment nmong the mem
bers of the viaduct committee appoint
ed at Tuesday night's meeting of the
West Side board of trade is In
favor of the purchase of eighty feet or
more of property on the southeily side
of the street on which to erect a via
duct. T. Fellows Mason, one of the mem
beis of tho committee, and one of the
most enthusiastic viaduct men In the
city, said yesterday that when the
committee waits on Recorder Connell
tomorrow the advisability of adopt
ing this plan will be urged. The best
reason In favor of this plan, Mr. Mason
said, is that It will be the cheapest
by a very large figuie.
"We estimate," said he, "that enough
pioperty on the southerly side of West
Lackawanna avenue between Seventh
and Ninth streets could be acquired
and a viaduct erected for the sum of
$200,000, whereas the lowest estimate
of resulting damages In case the via
duct were built over the street itself Is
S300.000. The city could go about tho
purchasing of these properties in a
business-like way and If the owners
refused to be satisfied with a reason
able price could go into court and have
them condemned, the damages to be
fixed by a board of viewers."
Mr. Mason admitted tMat the adopt
ion of this plan would necessitate the
rejection of the joint offer of the
Scranton Railway company and D,, L.
& W. Railroad company made one year
ago by the terms of which these two
corporations agree to pay the actual
cost of erecting a viaduct over the
street itself providing the city agrees
to pay all damages.
It is understood that the officials of
the D L. & W. company would not
agree for a moment to contribute any
thing townrds the erection of a viaduct
which would not insure the complete
and absolute closing up of the West
Lackawanna avenue crossing. There
Is a possibllltj', however, that the
Scranlon Railway company would con
tribute something to the erection of
such a structure. This company agreed
to pay $20,000 when a similar proposi
tion was discussed some yeats ago.
Mr. Mason said yesterday that while
the proposed plan would not close the
crossing it would divert truffle from it
and only those persons who desired to
risk their life and limb would need
to cross it. One thing is certain and
that is that the viaduct sentiment Is
again rising and that the committee
is going1 to exhaust every effort to Im
press the recorder and the members
of council with the. necessity of provid
ing for its erection In the bond ordin
ance soon to be introduced.
CHARGED WITH LARCENY.
Four Women Charged with Larceny
of $200 from James Igo Are Held
in Bail by Magistrate Howe,
Mrs. Anna Blackledge, Mrs. Muggie
Ferguson, Mrs. Mary Reddington nnd
Mrs. Anna Naughton, all nelghbois of
James Igo, of Capouse avenue, who
claims he had $200 stolen from him on
Monday night, were held under ball
yesterday on a charge of larceny pre
ferred by him.
The women were arraigned In police
court j'esteiday morning before Mag
istrate Howe. Igo testified that all
four were in his house on Monday
night drinking with him. He had a
hand-bag containing $200 in bills on the
table, he said, and be opened this to
take out a $5 bill to send one of thf
women out with for beer. Ho claims
that he put the band-bug in a tiu.ik
afterwards but failed to lock It. When
he searched for it after the women
were gone ho could not And It and ho
believes that they nbstrated It from
tho trunk while he was not looking.
All four ot the women strenuously
denied having taken tho money. They
admitted having beer in Igo's house
on tho night In Question and having
seen tho bag containing the money
but they denied positively that they
took It, They declared that ho must
have put It in some out-of-the-wuy
place where -he has been unable to
'Magistrate Howe held all four women
In 5300 ball each for their appearance
m in' mm
TO BE BURIED TOGETHER.
runeral of Mrs. John Eoin and Son
Joseph Takes Place Today.
This morning -at 8 o'clock the double
funeral of Mrs. John Foln, who died
Monday, and her son, Joseph, who was
killed Tuesday on the Delaware and
Hudson road, on his way home, will
take plnco from tho family residence,
403 Penn avenue,
Tho remains, reposing side by side,
have been viewed by throng ot friends,
deeply grieving over this soro atlllo
The services will take place at St.
Peter's cathedral, A solemn high mass
of requiem will be celebrated. Inter
inent will bo made In Cathedral ceme
tery, The P. O. S. of A. camp, 583, of Old
Forgo, will hold a fair at Holland's
hall, Old Forge, February 10, 0, 21 und
22. Admission 10 cents,
READY TO BE
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE IS
It Will Bo Introduced at Tonight's
Meeting of Common Council Very
Little Tinkering With It was Done
nt Inst Night's Meeting of the
Joint Estimates Committee Total
Amount Appropriated by It Is
$482,451 Tho Various Items That
are Included in the Ordinance.
Tho joint estimates committee of
councils met last night In tho city
nun anu after a short session comad
plcted tho task of getting the ordinance!
Into shape. It will be printed and In
troduced at tonight's meeting of com
AVhcn tho committee adjourned utter
the preceding meeting $418,307.4G had
been appropriated' ot the $422,451.00 es
timated revenues ot tho city for the
coming fiscal year. This balance of
51.0S3.51 wns disposed of as follows last
night: $G11 was added to the appro
priation for electric lights and the bal
ance, $3,572.51 wus added to the em
ergency fund of the bureau of health
which had consisted of only $100. Items
of $3,401 for a road roller nnd $2,500 for
u stone crusher plant were stricken
from the estimate ot the department ot
public works and added' to tho bureau
of health's emergency fund, making tho
total amount $9,573.54. Tho ordinance
ns It left tho hands of the committee
lost night follows:
CITY ItGCORDCirS DKPAllTAIKST.
S.ilaiy of elly recoidcr $ n.Md 00
SaldiT of city iceorder's Eccrttary .... 1,500 00
Printing aud postage
$ 4.S23 00
(JUT TltUASUHUK'S UlU'AHTJir.NT.
Bilaiv of city treasurer "? 4,(i00 0-J
Clerk hiie 1,500 W
Printing, stationery and boolH '.00 00
Telephone for one jc.ir, 1!kU and VHK. 100 01
$ 0,000 00
CUV COYrnOLLCU'S ULl'AHTJICSr.
P.ilaiy of illy controller $ 2,500 00
rrlnthiff and st.itloneiy
fll'V CM'.IIK'S Dd'AUfJIKXT.
Salary of city cleik 2,000 00
Sal.uy of aslant city cleik 1,200 00
balaiy of cleik of common council.... 10 00
Cleik hire U 03
rilntlnp:, stationery and hooks 350 00
Incidentals 100 00
$ 5,0"0 00
CIl'V SOLICllOlt'S DUl'AUniLXT.
Sil.iry of city solicitor ? 2,300 00
Salaiy of n-iMant city solicitor 1,500 tW
Cleik hiie MW 00
Supreme court cpcmo 200 00
WitnoM feci i'000
Incidentals 200 00
' 0,700 00
cut asiok's )i:pakl'mi:ni
Salny of fice ellv assessors nt 81,500
. 7,300 00
Aes-ment hool.s and hlolteis J ear
Stationciy, pi!nthi and stamp?
fchecta for la duplicates, jean 1U02...
Tor nuking tac duplicates, year IirtJH
S, 100 00
PlU'.VItl'UU.NT 01' 1'Ulll.lO SAIXTV.
Salaiy of the dliector uf public safety. 2,500 00
Salary of chief cleik to director 1,000 00
Silaiy of one cleik (uuicau of health). W) CO
Sahry of one clerk (bureau of hie)... 000 OO
One file casq for tho department J00 00
Incidentals 100 00
Stationciy and piintintr 130 OJ
$ 3.H50 00
Iluieau of Police
Salary of superintendent of pulhe ....$ 1,300 00
Salaiy of one captain of police 1,000 00
Salaiy of one detcctlie 1,000 00
Salaiy of four lieutenants 1,0011 0)
Salaiy of four deal; serge ints a.oOO 00
Sal.uy of llfty.four patiolmeii 4S.OO0 00
Salaiy of one park pollcenun too 0)
Jtent of Second precinct station house.. "00 00
lteut of 1'ourth pieelnct station house. "00 00
reedinj ptlsoners MO 00
Hepiiring station houses 400 00
Lighting and healing ;!00 00
Keeping horse? 1,000 00
llepalrs of harness and wagon 100 01
Tor compensation, of police miglitiates 2,000 00
Dues to the National Uuicau ot I.lcii-
titration 25 00
1'or ilctoetit e sen lee 2,000 00
Tor photographing piUoncrs 75 00
Ilqulpment of police 250 00
Ten telephones not included In the fiee
Printing, stalloneiy and postage
One hoisc for mounted officer
Iluieau of l'lie
Salary of supeiluteuduit of flic A
Silaiy of five additional engiueci.s of
Increase In engineers salaiy at l.'nglno
Co. No, 1, for Apill, Miy and June. .10 00
Salary of fifty-eight permanent fliemcu 11,10.) :r
Light and heat l',000 00
lteut of Are alaim , 1,10000
.Milntciiance of fhu alaim 2,751 m
lt palls, appaiatu and haruc-.s 1,1100 00
Rent of engine homes 1,710 00
Salary of U'tciiuuy ::00 00
Medicine for hoiscs , 'J00 01
Purchase of hose , 5,000 00
Supplier , 1,500 00
Klcirn telephones ,,,,, ;,no no
Substitutes for vacation ond 6lcl.nes., rM 00
Keeping of llflj-onc houes at $120 0,120 00
1'or call and hunk men 2,000 W
On Kaucy Maine
Coru. Faucy Cut
Beans and Wax
Beans aud Bartlett
Pears, "JOc Per cau-
E. G, Coursen.
os, iss oo
Wholesale aud Retail,
min wrmTiMiifiiiHiiiniiaaiM m
Mrs. Louiso M. Gibson Says
Thut This Fatal Diseases is
Easily Cured by Lydia E.
Pliiklium's Vcgotablo Com
pound. " DEAn Mns. Pinkham : I felt very
discouraged two yearn ago, I had suf
fered bo long with kidney troubled nnd
other comnlicationn, nnd had taken to
much mcdlclno without relief that I
began to think thoro was no hopo for
me. Life looked &o good to me, hut
what is life without health? I wanted
to bo well.
MRS. LOUISE M. GIBSON.
"Lydia E. Plnkham's "Vege
table Compound, cured mo and made
mo well, and that is why I gladly
write you this, and gladly thank you ;
six bottles was all I took, together
with your Pills. My headache and
baclcacho and kidney trouble went,
never to return ; tlie burning sensation
I had left altogether; my general
health was bo improved Ifolt as young
and light and happy as at twenty."
Mns. Louisi: Ginson, 4813 Langley
Ave., Chicago. 111. fsooo forfeit If about
testimonial Is not genuine.
If you feel that there is anything at
all unusual or puzzling about your
case, or, if you wish confidential advice
of the most experienced, write to Mrs.
Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., nnd you will
be advised free of charge. Lydia E.
Pinkliain's Vegetable Compound
has cured and is curing thousands of
eases of female trouble.
Ilcpair of hose 50 03
Itepalr of engine hoti-.es 2,500 00
I'm chase of holies 50O 00
Incidentals 150 00
Piintlng, postage and stationery (.0 00
1'or puieliae, election and repair of
hjdianls 2,5iH) 10
l'uicliaio of live new (lie alum bov.s. 021 00
Two sets tiiple harness Knglne Co. No.
1 and Hook and Ladder Co 130 00
Attachment for water lovvei, hook anl
and laddei ttuck 150 00
$ 0,021 27
Iluieau of lliiikiing Inspection
Salaiy of superintendent "S 1,500 00
Salaiy of a-itant building inspcctoi.. 750 00
l'ile case 175 00
blanks and books 7100
Printing and stationery 00 00
Jl.tnuil 100 00
Incldenlals aud postage 50 01
$ 2,700 0)
Uuicau of Health
Salaiy of the suptiiiitmdi.nl and de
partment suigeon and phjiclan .... 1,200 00
Salary of aKt.int sanitary offlecr 720 00
Salaiy of food Inspector 1,200 0)
Silaiy of plumbing Inspector 1,200 I'O
1'or cjminitioii ot applicants for
pliunbci's licenses 100 (0
Incidentals, fuOtl in-peetnr 23 00
Salaiy cicnnfOl 3 cmplojex JVJOO 00
Itunnlng expensed of tho cicnutory. ... 3,500 00
ltepaiis to the creniatoiy 1,000 00
Dockets, piiiiting vid stationciy 2.10 00
Incidentals 00 10
l'und for hm-jing deid animals 10 00
Dueigcnc.v fund 0.J7.1 31
scitA.vio.v l-ciiMC i.iiut.utv ii:p.UT.ii:"r.
1'or saluks and libor (23 ot
month) i 0,300 00
1'or incidentals C225 per month) 2,700 00
1'or books (i22', per month) 2,700 00
1'or delivery stations and branch lead
ing looms (200 per month) 2,10000
Total tmiciit cpen-.e 11,100 00
1'or special cxpuiie icuewal of insur
ance for tlnee ycais 010 00
Total $ 11,710 00
DllPAKTMLNl' OP PUBLIC WORK".
Salary of dliector $ 2,300 00
Incidentals 530 HO
Silaiy of chief cleik 7S0 (H)
Salaiy of as-Maut elcik 7M CO
Hater lent, Sciautou lias and Water
company 12,000 00
Llcctiic sticet llghU IiOj at $7,; e ich.. 45,313 00
Tor election and uulnti nance ot thiity-
eight additional electric sheet lights 2,771 OO
Piintlng ami st.itloneiy -. 175 00
S 09,101 00
Silaiy of janitor $ 720 00
Salaiy of llucc janltiowes, lf.!00 each.. 000 00
Heitlng 1,200 00
Lighting 100 00
Hep ills and supplies for building and
giouuds 500 00
Iluieau of l.'nglneeiing
Salaiy of thief engineer $ 2.QI0 90
Salaiy of Hist assistant engineer 1,110 00
Salaiy cf second nUtant engineer.,.. ,0W) o)
Salaiy of third asiUtmt ei.slneci :ki 03
Salary of levclman 7S-0 OJ
Salaiy of drauglitsiiuii , 72OO0
Salaiy of two lodmen, at ifofto each,,.. 1,120 00
Salaiy ofsW ehaliunoii, at 000 inch.. :!,U00 00
ltcpalttt to ,iphalt prvc 17,520 00
Connecting paved streets ,.. 'MO 0J
Stiect indicating signs tyrto 01
Painting and celling bridges u,Cfl() 00
Coips, ti.ui-pii t.Hlori 100 00
$ 3I.MJ 00
Iluieau of llishvvujs aud bcvvcis-
Saluy uf siipeiintcndent 1,300 00
Hcpjli aud (leaning- of i.eneis und
dialiu , 10,0OJ
Cleaning pauM sheets 20.JOO 00
Supplies for cleaning paved ttteets .., 300 OJ
Itcpalm of pavo othvr than asphalt ... 000 no
Jtepilis of bridges and tulvclU 4,000 00
Aagcs of engineer of mud mllcr J'JO 00
ltepairs and supplies for load roller., .. 1,000 CO
llepalrs Ablugton turnpike U,000 0)
Itepalr.s 1.1m street, St.th ward 150 00
llepalrs and extension of '.ut Mount it it
load , , l.OOOUQ
Itepahs of Newton tmnpll.o ,,, 230 w
Keeping hoises , ,,, 700 00
llepalrs to wagons and harness ,.,,,,,, -JOO 00
Onc-hoisc. sweeper ., ,. 275 00
One-hotte sprinkler ,,,,.,,, ,,, '205 00
One load roller .,,,,.,. a, 102 CO
Stone crusher plant ,,,,,,,,, 2.S00 00
8 40.T41 00
Waul appiGpilJtlous 20,120 25
Total highway and sevvem ? t),SU7 23
UurtJu of Pail, Nay Aug Paik
Salary of superintendent $ POO 00
Salaiy of gaidner UV) 00
Salary of night watclnniiv 150 CO
Salaiy of toilet room attendant .,,,,,, 173 00
Plant, shrubs, liu's and scCiU , 550 00
Care and maintenance of animals ,,,,, j.ooo 00
Cleaning gi omuls , WO 00
lee, coal and lumber ,,, , ,,, :'50 oo
Paint, oil anil disinfectants .,,,,,,,,,, .13 00
IIosq ...,,...,,.,,,,,,,...,.,,,,.,,,,,, 25 00
Lighting paik und mino , b',0 00
Purchate and repair of tools, cto ,,,,, '230 00
$ 5,513 01)
Salary cf ussUtaut surjerluteudeiit in
chaige ,, ,, ,f uiOOQ
Annual appropriation ,,,, 1,000 01
? 1,000 w
Continued en Pug&J!.
SECOND NIGHT'S DOWLINCr IN
THE CITY LEAGUE.
Tho South Side Team Lost Tlnee
Moro to tho Arllngtons, Making
Six Straight That tho Latter Have
Won Hampo Team Broke Even
with the Centrals by Taking Tlnee
Games Licdorkranz Tcnm Won
Two Poorly Played Games from tho
Tho Arllngtons now lead the other
'teams In tho City Howling League.
This team, which Is captained by W.
J. Melstcr, won thro straight games
from tho South Side team last night,
making six straight, all told. The lat
tor team Is very weak und will have
to bo materially strengthened to hope
to continue In tho league. Tho show
ing made by tho Arllngtons was fairly
good. Tho score:
Melter 100 191 147510
II. Ivlcfer 207 1.11 170511
C. Klefcr US J3 120- 371
Hawek lfiS 13(1 157 131
J. Klefcr 112 lit 101417
S10 712 7(11 231.1
Scn.senb.ich 10.3 10.1 110 103
Lcjh I a 100 112 ."51
Zclsmcr ir.l U2 112413
Ilosar 121 110 122-8S3
Kulager 10.1 111 121 .153
Cb3 C2S 007 1020
High man H. Klefcr, 207.
High average Melstcr 17C 2.1.
The Hnnipc team got revenge Inst
night by winning three games from tho
Centrals, who hnd defeated them n
week ago. Tho Hampo live had its
own way In all three games, winning
out with a total of 243 more pins. Tho
O'Connell 172 117 1II-1M
Clarke US 1.17 151429
Maishall 110 no 15741!
Wharton 155 171 12S J31
Jones 131 133 200500
755 720 7S.1 2207
Kotlicliuvl 1II2 200 153 ', 17
JIuiphy 131 183 ICO SCO
Lappiit 1T(1 13 i 102521
nic-scr na 102 110- is
lloll 131 107 1J0 J01
S02 807 S11 2312
High men done-, and llolhoimcl, 2O0.
High aeeiage ltotheunel, 1S2 1-3.
The unme of the team renrcseutlnt;
the Backus allevs in the 'new league
has. been changed to the "Ucderkrunz,"
as all arc members of that, nomilar
German organization. The tonm won
two out of three games, none of which
were remarkable for high scores or es
pecially good playing. The fine an
chor work of Anderegg failed to save
his team from defeat. The score:
itejeis 12(1 1S.5 15J -1C2
Ikeig 217 152 121 40J
IValdncr 175 11.1 11540!
Wcliiss 121 151 105- StO
Koch 12S ISO li5 4tJ
707 7.!2 co2 21S1
niulier 132 1) 12s 110
Kichly 77 111) US 353
Uavls 110 107 120 2S2
Jones 133 12.: 101 110
Atldelcgg 107 153 174520
707 053 7.10 002
High man Bitlg, 217.
High average Andci egg, 173 1-3.
The standing of the clubs In this
league Is now as follows:
Won. Lost. P. C.
Arliiiglotis 0 (I 1.000
Piaukllns 4 2 .007
Central-. 3 3 .000
KNOW THE PRtNDRGST STO?
TBBmBIHmB n (H Hi iSjSji m naa bcrs
Custom and Cupid are doing their best to make St.
Valentine's Day as festive as Easter; custom insists
that gifts or Valentines must be sent; and Cupid in
. slsts that the gift must be a love token.
We have many novelties from Cupid's workshop
tribute paid to St. Valentine. These are nearly all sug
gestive of the day some are heart-shaped, others are
in Cupid and "Love's Dream" designs,
iv m. Jn.jL-i
Society, Bank and Commercial Stationer.
KNOW THE RRENOEPGAST STORE.
The new spring Four-in-hands.
designs and colors, plenty
ol those very popular ro
man stripes in new col
ors. The neat patterns arc
represented here too,
NOT YET IDENTIFIED.
Body of Trackwalker Still In Custody
of Moscow Authorities.
The remains of the man killed on tho
Lackawanna railroad near Moscow on
Tuesday morning have not yet been
Identified, nnd unless some one claims
tho body today, it will bo Interred by
tho poor authorities.
There Is absolutely nothing about tho
body thnt would enable them to bo
Identified, and nllhough tho cotpse has
been seen by many, no one can recog
nize It. It Is In tlie custody of the sta
tion agent nt Moscow.
SMALL-POX IN MOOSIC.
Case Discovered There Yesterday by
Health Ofllcor Houso Quaran
tinedSchools Ordered Closed.
A case ot smallpox was reported yes
terday from Mooslc where Agnes
Walsh, who lives with her parents near
tho Co-operatlvo sloro, was found to
be suffering from the disease by Dr.
Watson, tho health officer, nnd Dr.
Scamons, of Avoca.
The house was ordered quarantined
by Dr. Watson and at a special meet
ing of the school board It was decided
to close tho schools, one of which bus
been attended by tho brothers nnd sis
ters of the sick girl.
I The quarantine which has prevented
Intercourse between West Plttston and
tho city of Plttston wns raised yester
day by order of tho health authorities
as there have been no new cases of tho
disease reported In that city for ten
The local situation was unchanged
yesterday. No new cases having been
reported. Dr. Paine said last night
that the conditions of Councilman
Evans Is much improved and that all
of the other patients are doing nicely.
The police were kept busy yesterday
afternoon distributing vaccination cir
culars in North Scranton, South Scrau
tlon and the central city.
BOY INSTANTLY KILLED.
Young Edward Fallon, of Old Forge,
Squeezed to Death.
Edward Fallon, Jr., tho 13-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. KdwnrU Fallon, of
Old Forge, was Instantly killed yester
day nfternooin while at work in the
Jermyn No. 1 mine.
Tho boy was employed as a driver
and was bqueeezed between the rib and
a car while rounding u corner. Ife
gave one wild, convulsive scream and
fell lifeless. The funeral arrange
ments have not yet been made.
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olJ bim.v. van-ai ju. y
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