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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-WE DiNESJAl Ai'KiL JJ, lt)U2.
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tile modeim iiAnoTTAna mm.
By using a
Gem Food Chopper
a device Hint chops nil hinds
of food whether cooked or un
cooked Is easy to operate,
easy to keep clean und Is self
sharpening. The Gem fold
regularly for $1.25, Ih reduced
for olio week endlng(J-j AA
April 12 to ftliVu
Foote & Shear Co.
JJ9N. Washington Ave
Miisic and flrf
Offers exceptlonnl advantages
to aspiring students desiring
strictly high-class instruction
in the study of Piano, Organ,
Theory and Harmony; Draw
ing, Painting and Designing.
News term begins April 11th.
Carter Building, Adams Ave
nue and Linden street.
Very latest effects in Silk, Clicniot ami
Wash Dresses for Girls
Wasli Bloomer Suits for Boys
Wnsli Ituislan llloiisoi for lioj. 'I lie
Xrw Sailor for liojs. llil.y filil Hits,
n.iliy Hoy Hats.
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SB XIIJ'J J) Alii lijVjlUYMX
' gj 118 Washington Avenue.
PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Heavy Teaming
and General Draying,
New Stables, 1415 Mulbery Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
Lose Their Money
I? concoalin,' it about llicir persons; by
wtoniiiR it awnj in imiK", Jain ami tick".
M'ho-o me sonip of tht .l b ulildi
I'' people loo their money anil vonietimt'3
tlicir Ihes. Potter depotit it in
THE PEOPLE'S BANK
ili-i Anna Awlcison, of Xortli filnioie atomic,
is iiitlii(r fliuuK in llloomsuiiif,'.
(i. Heilirrt Ycit, ol llarloton, is Mllmc liis
niutlioi, Jli. A. 1'. Yo-.t, of .IjlUuii Mint,
Jcnkin Dai is .mil il inciter, Mliinio, of Oil City,
am the Riio-ts of ulitlies on Saitli lliumlei ate
m'o. Vi Aih Watt-, of South lliomlcy .iemii is
FlKinlins a few ila.io ttitli lclaiiu' at Wiit :'.ni
licoke. Jlr. anil Mm. OliailM M.itkoy, of Xorlli lliomloy
atennp, .no inteit.imins lleiijunilu Colnier, of
MUs I'lanect. Moiusli.ni, ot We-t CliiMcr, U
tlie liiieot ot ltev. ami J1m. , V, millions, at
tlio manse on I.lm f-liocr, Diinmoie.
Alr-f. H. C. Montgomery, of Culouilo Spilnxs,
li.H letuined liuinc lloin a tl-It ttitli Ml)-. A. M,
Ueinliimei, ot huutli Main atemie,
Mlii. Alfliil ll.ll l Is ami .-on, John, of Itliml.
bmir, ami Mi. 'llioii'.H A. .lone-i, of IMw.uuN.
dale, me tMtiiiK 'u-t Siiaiiton fricmla.
Del 'on I f Hate, of Uliiilianitoii. leliiiiiul
liomo jesteiday, jftiT ppmliii'; n M'iy il(.i-.uit
mil. ttitli .Mi. and Mr. C. II. Willu, of Web.
It. H. 1'lilllips ot "Jl Wist Klin Mnet. lift for
Shenandoah Monday iiioinin,?, ttheie bo b.n ac
itptnl a position ttith the I.ehitli Valley mm.
pany. Mi. riillllin itcvnlly iitiuneil freni
llilliy, W, V.I., tthtie he Iih been foi the lut
thieo c.n, ttoiklnu: for the Davis l.'ol.o nml Coal
compiny. Mr. I'liilllp-. ttlll in a clioit lime
mute liU family to Hicn.inilo.ili.
THE NEW PATBOLMEN.
The Appointments Are to Be Made
The ton new uatrolmen, for whuin
pi o vision Is marto by tlio appropriation
ordinance for the ensiiiiit; Usual yettr,
will lie npnolnted, this week, piolmbly
nliout TliurHilny or Friday, nml will Ijq
nsslKiied to duty as hooh ns possible,
Appllcnllons for places are still being
lllod, mul us only ten and no inoro can
bo appointed there will, of necessity, bo
many soio disappointments.
On Thursday, April 10, at 9 a. m to
continue until April 12, tho contents of
the Ir-lng Hotel, consisting of fuinlbh
Ings of 100 bedrooms, recently refur
nished; bediooni Bulten, curpets, lion
and hrnBs beds, matt! esses, .springs, bed
linen, linoleum, b.ir llxtuien, chairs, two
cash registers, safes, hotel omnibus,
miscellaneous household goods.
10. M. Ktioug, Auctioneer.
"COFo" Is the best substitute for
III nu Other Column
U a pii'ciaiiiinc of
the H'cltal tomor
row etcnlnj. 'llio
Bin' these reiltalu
L mi that bUiJciits may
I'll 1UMIUCICU in
pluin befoiu mi
yudlcnte, us ttcll a
in class. When )Ou
ant to attend bend
for tkkcti. J. Al.
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KOBATHAN AND , CALPIN
FAVOB OP PEACE.
Latter Says He Will Endeavor to
Have the Former Agree to Present
the Pncts to Court in the Form of a
Case Stated with the Understand
ing That Neither Is to Claim the
Chairmanship Until a Decision Is
Heached by the Court Joint Ses
sion to be Held Tonight.
There Is every reason to believe that
the common council muddle caused by
the election of two chnlrmen on Mon
day will bo righted and settlod In a
peaceable and' orderly manner. At
leu.st, Hint's whnt K, M. Itobnthan und
1J. r. Calpln, the opposing chairmen
Mr. Cnlpln stated yesterday after
noon to :i Tribune man that he has re
ferred tho question of the legality of
his' election to his attorney. If the
hitter says that his election was per
fectly legal and that he has a Good
chance of winning out If tho matter Is
brought to tho attention of court, ho
will continue to nssert his claim to the
chairmanship. If, on the other hand,
hib nttorney decides that, in his opin
ion, he hits no legal right or title to the
place of chairman and that Mr. Itobn
than was legally elected, then Mr. Cal
I'ln will withdraw gracefully and tuko
n seat on the floor.
WILIj BE NO FRICTION".
"AL any rate," said he, "there will
bo no friction. If my attorney tells
me thnl I have a right to the chalr
mnivhlp, I will endeavor to have Mr.
Kobathan agree to the presentation of
a case stated to court, with an under
standing that neither side Is to claim
tho chairmanship until a decision Is
rendered, At tonight's joint session I
will make no claim for the ehalr and
Mr. Itobnthan has agreed not to do so
either. Both bides will simply go Into
the meeting and sit down together, side
by side, in peace."
Tt is understood that Mr. Cnlpln took
ex-Speaker "Tom" Heed's famous rul
ing n? a precedent for the declaration
that there wits a quorum v present on
Thursday morning when the clerk
called the roll. It will be remembered
that there were only nineteen mem
bers out of a lequlred twenty really In
their seats. A. 1. Lewis came Into
the room for a moment, but didn't
answer to his name. Ha was recorded
as being piesent, ns was also H. E.
Paine, who was out in the hall.
THE REED RULING.
Speaker Reed's ruling, as explained
yesteiday by a parliamentary expert,
tns that during the progress of a
meeting, If It becomes necessary to
call the roll to ascertain whether a
quorum was present, all members In
their seats or in the room who failed
to answer "Present" were to be re
corded as being present. This was
ever stretched at times to Include
members in the reception and cloak
toonis. It Is claimed that Speaker
Reed never applied this rule at the
beginning of a session, when the roll
was tailed to ascertain whether there
were a .sufficient number of members
present to warrant the conduct of
Mr. Calpln practically admitted ns
much yesterday, but said that it didn't
take much straining to make It apply
at such a time al&o.
WAYWABD GIBL ABEESTED.
Found with Andrew Fereti in a
Boom Over Hotel Dewey.
Police Captain "Williams was notified
yesterday, shortly before 1 o'clock, that
a young ghl, apparently only about 13
or IB years old, was In a room with a
young man, over the Dewey saloon, on
lower Lackawanna avenue.
He took Patrolman John D. Thomas
with him, and the two ttent into tlio
saloon about l.lli v. m. and made in
quiries. Tile police are confident that
the unstalis looms aie rented out by
the saloon people, but the latter pro
fessed Ignorance and said thnt there
was nobodv in the room In question,
Captain Williams made tt demand for a
key and upon it being lefused, Patrol
man Thomas' und he broke into the
room In question.
They found the young ghl, partially
disrobed, In the company of n young
man about 21 yeurs old, and both were
placed under arrest on the charge of
Immoral conduct. Tho girl gave her
name as Ella Breek and her ago as 17,
though tho police say she Is not over 15
years old. The man gave his name as
The police later ascertained that the
girl Is the daughter of Israel Breck, ot
Meridian street, and that she had been
missing from home since last Friday,
Mrs. Joseph Levy, Mrs. Solomun
Goldsmith and Mis. Aaron Goldsmith
entei tallied at whist last night at the
Excelsior club lit honor of Mr, and Mrs.
Edward Lehman, of Lornlne, Wyo it
sister of Mrs. Levy. A lorge number
weio present und a most charming
night was enjoyed.
A spinster's ta was held recently at
the home of Miss Sue Fenton In Tripp
Park. Those present were Misses Bea
trice Williams, Lettle Parry, Hannah
Davis, Ethel Price, Catheilno Murphy,
Elizabeth Farr, Sue Fentou and Eliza
Tho Chinook Camping club, composed
of Samuel Sunford, Harry Davis, Fred
Slioit, Garfield Dayls, ITtiyden and
Willutd Oliver of West Seranton, will
camp this summer at Harvey's lake,
Chailes Hull, of Caibandnle, and Miss
Ida Qui dner, of West Scnuitou, were
united In murlttgo at Carbondalo last
evening by ltev, A, F, Chaffee, of the
M, U. church.
Announcement has been made of the
marriage at Vlntondale of WUHnm II.
Frances of that place, and MUa Mary
Williams, formerly of Washburn street.
Convention of Federation of Wo
men's Clubs, Los Angeles, Cal.
For the abovo occasion, which takes
place May 1st to 8th, ISO.', the Laeka
wannu inlhoad will tel special round
trip tickets good going April ,10th' to
26th Inclusive, and for return, to reach
starting point not later than midnight
of June 25th, ijt fare of $66.25 for the
round tup. See ticket agent for infor
inatlon about stop-off privileges, yarl
able routes, side trips, etc.
GOLD WATCH FREE
A filendlil EOMI) COt.O I'MTI'.n WATCII
with AMCIIIUAN" MOV!:.Mi:N1 fullv WAHHAVr
I'.l) to keep Rood time, nml ttitli pioper cue
ilioultl Inst 20 )e.irt rqu.il In nptietiuiice to ii
ttutcli cwtlnff ?0 or rnoipl it U Blun l'llKI! In
any one for Frlllint at lcie of our liandjome, tip
to date jcttclry nt 10c. emit. Send in your mine
nml iiddreM (no inonet), mid te ttlil fortfiir.l
Jcttclry postpaid. .When fold, send m tlio 12,10.
and we will poilllicly end iijtili by ictiirn malt
(Bents or ladles).
NATIONAL SUPPLY CO.,
Dept. 0, Scrnnton, Pa.
MARRIED IN THE TEMPLE.
Isaac Joseph and Miss Anna
Schwartz Wedded Last Evening.
Isaac Joseph, of Forest City, and
Miss Anna Schwartz, daughter ot A,
Schwartz, of Penn avenue, were mar
ried last evening at G.30 o'clock in the
Linden Street temple by Rev, H. Harris.
A large gathering of friends and rela
tives had gathered In the temple to
welcome the couple as they came down
The bride was attired In a gown ot
white satin trimmed with applique and
wore a bridal veil. She was attended
by Miss Llllle Schwartz, her sister, who
was also attired In white. The grooms
man was S. M. Sllversteln, ot New
After the ceremony tho wedding party
repaired to Guernsey hull on North
Washington avenue where a botmteu.s
supper was served followed by a recep
tion and dance. The Lawience orches
tra furnished the muslo and the honor
of dancing with the bilde was largely
sought by nil the young men present.
Among the guests present from out
of town were thefollowlng: Mr. and
Mrs. M. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph,
Miss Etta W. Farman, Morris Schwartz
and W. Sllversteln, of New York city;
H! M. Joseph, Abraham Joseph and
Isadore Heiwltz, of x orest City.
FIVE MORE ENTRIES.
Ambitious Young People Are En
rolling Their Names Now for the
That the young people of Noitheast
ern Pennsylvania are already becoming
Intensely Interested In The Tribune's
coming Educational Contest was evi
denced 'esterday by the fact that five
of them nnulled to have their names
enrolled ns contestants. Two of these
were from outside the city of Seranton,
while three reside within its limits.
Their names follow:
Miss Arlene Capron, Klngsley.
Miss Jessie M. Stull, Forest City.
Walter Ellis, 1510 Lafayette street.
Harry L. Madden, 539 Quincy avenue.
George Fenwick, 433 North Main ave
nue. This year's contest should prove a
tempting one to the ambitious and en
terprising youth of this city and its en
virons. Tho long list of special rewards
and their total value of over $9,000 pre
sent oppoitunlties which are open to
all. There is not a scholarship on the
list which will not prove a lasting bene
fit to the fortunate winner, and there
are so many of them and they are so
varied In nature that every one can bo
assured they will be suited.
Although the contest does not for
mally open until Monday morning, May
fi, those who intend to enter should send
in their names now or as soon as pos
sible. Canvassers' outfits will be sent
to those who enroll in the order of their
names on our list, and while all will
stand an equal chance, still those who
"begin to get ready to begin tit the be
ginning" will have an advantage over
those who defer their applications until
tlie last moment.
A full list of tlio scholarships, with
the rules of the contest, are printed
every morning. They will bo found on
the fourth page of today's Tribune. All
applications to be em oiled and letters
of inquiry must be addressed: "Contest
Editor, Seranton Tribune, ' Seranton,
MANY DONATIONS RECEIVED.
Acknowledged by Managers of the
The following donations are acknowl
edged by the Hahnemann hospital:
Mis X, tl. itobeit-on, iio cieam; Jin. C. B.
Scott, nine quail milk; Mi-ses I'uderiiooil and
Jlaiuh.li, total music and leading to patients
JIh. C. It. K-olt, !lo quarli milk; M)s. joh.
iie.iux, reading matter; Jh-, .1. II. Toirey, two
Kalloiu Up cieam; hinging by JIK-es Seolt, Vrear
and Annem.iii; Jlu. K. L Dean, mauailnn,;
JIN 'l'enney, four pounds lolled oils; Jin., W.
II. Tajlor, clothing and old linen; Jim. IMtiiik
Jlay, rake; Jim. .lami". Jlott, old linen; Jli-.. C.
B, Scott, lite quilts milk; Ji. p. p. llrettster,
ttto gallon lie eieain; Jlis. C. 11. Scott, file
quuits mill.; Mm, Park Sunday tchool, leading
matter; Jlr. frank ChiUtian, tluee pound ike,
tliti-o pounds piunes; kinging by Jleit. Denj.i
iniii and 1'M.k; Jlu. W. I'. Council, magazines;
Jin. II. II, James, ono dozen eggs; JIrs, 0, B.
isiotr, four ipurH milk; religious wrtiees by
ltev. Jli, Alilcli and singing by Jls.-es Scott,
Anncman and Wlbou; Heed & Cat lick, lieid k
C.irrUk's piopaiallons; Jim. C. n. hcott, file
quarts milk; .Miss llainpe, nit floei; Jl. JI.
('our, leading matter and two glassci(jclly; Jlr,
ficoigc fiandeuon, six packages maeaionl and old
clothing; Jim. T, 11. Chukc, ttto gallons ico
cream; Jibs Dora finley, reading matter; Jibs
Hannah Hugh, leading matter; .Mrs. I'ctrasx,
halt don u orange; JIrs. John Until, tno bottles
liofttciadlsh and one doicu eggs; sutlers and
singing by ltev. Jlr. Alilcli and JIrs. Ilthmaii;
.Miss Jlargaiet (minings, two dozen eggs; Mrs.
JIK'liy, magazines; JIrs. Clunks Welles, ilu
pounds butler; Ml-s .Mcintosh, magazines and
hooks; music by .Ml.". I, J, I.Jiitlng and Flnglng
by Jlis, A, T. Hunt's Sunday mhool tlass; .Mrs.
W, II, I'ii'iu', tie cream; a friend, inagazlius
and clothing; Jlis, William l'luiuei, one docn
C. E. STATE CONVENTION.
It Will Be Held in Pittsburg, Jnly
8, 0 and 10.
Tho fifteenth state convention of the
Pennsylvania. Christian Endeavor Un
ion will be held In Pittsburg on July S,
9 and 10. It has been found Impossible
to find a building largo enough to ac
commodate the largo army of Endeav
orers and their friends, nud to meet
these conditions a lnige Endeavor tent
will be elected In tho neighboihood of
Schenley Park which will seat 10,000.
Overflow meetings, uillles, confer
ences, etc, will be held In Carnegie
Music hall and tho various large
churches of that vicinity. The conven
tion chair Is being di tiled by Prof. J.
P, McCollum, leader of the Mozart dub
On Thursday, April 10, at 9 a. m to
continue until April 12, the contents of
the Irving Hotel, consisting of furnish
ings of 100 bedrooms, lecently refur
nished; bedroom suites, curpets, Iron
and brass beds, mattresses, springs, bed
linen, linoleum, bur fixtures, chairs, two
cash registers, safes, hotel omnibus,
miscellaneous household goods.
E. M. Strong, Auctioneer.
ELKS HAD A
A SOCIAL SESSION CONDUCTED
LargoGathering at tho Lodge Rooms
on Franklin Avenue C. P. O'Mnl
ley, esq,, Presided, and Imposed
Fines Recklessly Dan Daly Prom
ised to Attend, but Didn't Excel
lent' Entertainment Wns Afforded,
However, by Members of His Com
pany and Others.
A most successful "social session,"
thnt wns on a par with all previous
evejits of a similar nature given by tno
Sefanton lodge of Elks, was conducted
last night In tho beautiful dub rooms
on Franklin avenue.
The "great and only" Dan Daly was
expected to bo present, and there was
nn extra largo turn-out In consequence.
He sent wotd nt the last minute that
he was really tired, after having Im
personated u tired man in "The New
Yorkers," and sent Ills regrets. There
were a number of other clever theat
rical peoulo In attendance, however,
und they made things lively.
Attorney C. P. O'Mallej-, to whom
Elks refer to as the only and Inimitable,
presided, andlmposed. an extra, large
batch of lines. Members were fined for
letting their cigars go out, for not
smiling, and for doing various other in
A capable refreshment committee was
headed by John J. Coyne, of Mlnnokn,
who looked rather funny to say the
least, walking acro'ss tho floor with a
big tray of lunches lit ono hand and
three ordeis of liquid refreshments In
Splendid vocal solos were rendered
by Prof. Cousin, Edwin Bower and
William Smith, of tills city. The latter
sang at mitilne song thnt took especlnlly
well with tho audience. Mr. Wilbur,
of the "Devil's Daughter" company
sang two comic songs in a clever man
ner nml J. Boyd Gllmore, of the same
company, nlso sang.
Someone Introduced a gentleman from
Daly's company as W. S. Connor. He
had a decided Jewish cast of Counten
ance and apologized when he reached
the stage for being announced as an
Irishman. Ho gave a Hebrew mono
logue in a remarkably clever maimer.
Lieutenant L. P. Carter, Inspector of
rifle practice for tho Thirteenth regi
ment and C. E. Tobej', assistant super
intendent of the coal department of the
D. L. & W. company, were called upon
and made brief remarks. Lieutenant
Carter's announcement that the Thir
teenth regiment qualified more sharp
shooters last j'ear than four of the
Philadelphia regiments, was loudly ap
plauded. The gathering wns brought to a close
shortly before 1 o'clock this morning
with the singing of "Auld Lang Syne."
VERY YOUNG VAGRANT.
Walter Gibson, Aged 7 Years Pick
ed Up on the Street Sent to St.
Patrick's Orphan Asylum.
The police docket at police hettd
quaiters is filled out in advance with
the names of the prisoners and the of
fenses charged against them so that
all tho magistrate has to do is mark In
the disposition of the cases. Yester
day morning Magistrate Millar after
finishing up with a number of common
"drunks" glanced at tho last name and
read "Walter Gibson, vagrancy."
Mechanically his hnnd began to write
"0 months" ns he looked up to seo the
prisoner. He peered over his glasses
but could see no one. The attending
policeman were looking peifectly
solemn and he looked around. No
prisoner in sight.
"Walter Gibson," ho said. "Wnlter
Gibson to the bar. Walter Gibson
wiieie is he?"
A half choked sob came to his ears
apparently from under the floor.
"What's that?" asked the magistrate.
"It's Walter Gibson, sir," said Ser
geant Jones as ho reached down In
front of the big high desk and lifted
up the most neglected looking for
saken little bit of a boy that over was
arraigned in the police court, His
clothes were lagged and his shoes were
broken; his hair was a tangle, snatled
mass and ho was rubbing two tear
stained black eyes set in the dirtiest ot
dirty faces with a pair of the dirtiest
Imaginable hands. He was sobbing
bltteiij- as the magistrate looked down
"Found on Penn avenue before day
light this morning wandeilng around
with no one to look nfter him. Put
him down ns a vagi ant because I
didn't know whnt else to class him as,"
said Sergeant Jones ns ho looked at
the unfortunate looking mite of human
ity In his ni ms and thought of his own
carefully watched children at home.
"Well, well," said tho magistrate,
"this Is n most unpleasant case. How
old are you, my boy, and why were
j'ou out on the street all night?"
"I'm seven, sir," said Walter strug
gling to keep the tears bnck, . "Me
mudder and mo fader whips me when
I'm In the house. Only me hrudder
was In las' night und ho wouldn't open
the door for me."
JIrs. Duggan who Is always ready In
such cases as this, was called In and
she ptontlsed to have the boy commit
ted to St. Patrick's Orphan asylum,
Franklin Brand, l!3c; 31,20
dozen. Nabob Brand, 12c; $1,20
California Asparagus, 20 o
per can,?3,00 dozen 3 1-3 lb,
Extra Fancy Cnunelo Pens,
18a per can; $3.00 dozen.
Fancy Sifted Pens (very
sinall) 15c, regular price, 35c.
fluaati Damia Inn n rm nnA Q
cans, 35c; 00c dozen, H
Fancy Tomatoes. 3 enns,
Lima Beans the little fellows
E. G, Goursen.
Ruddy, Clear Faces Are Indi
cations of Spring Health.
Makes Pure, Red Blood and Es.
tablishes a New and Vig
Men and women" who have used
Paine's Celery Compound, and nil who
have knowledge of the wondrous cures
It has wrought, particularly in spring
time, unite In declaring that tho great
medicine Is a national blessing.
The use of Paine's Celery Compound
nt this season by tho wenk, nervous,
sleepless, und thoBe ullllctcd with rheu
mntlsm, neuralgia, dyspepsia, liver
trouble, kidney disease, and impure and
poisoned blood, menns pure, red blood,
perfect digestive vigor, ruddy, denr
faces, renewed strength and permanent
Thousands of grateful people have
sent In unsolicited letters testifying to
cures made by Pnlne's Celery Com
pound ufter tho failures of doctors and
use of other medicines. The wealthy
and poor, the noted and famous of our
large cities and the quiet people of our
rural districts have sent tho glad news
that at last they have" found a remedy
(Paine's Celery Compound) that has re
stored lost vitality and made them
No proof of the efficiency of Paine's
Celerj- Compound ns a blood purltler
and renovator can be more conclusive
or forcible than tho strong testimony
offered by Mr. Ira Williams, of Jnines
town, N. Y'., ono of the most popular
traveling' salesmen on the road. Mr.
"It Is now about eight years since I
used Paine's Celery Compound, and
cleared my system of impurities from
which I suffeied severely, on account of
a breaking out all over my head and
part of my body. I spent hundreds of
dollars in employing the best phj-sicians
but thej' could do nothing for me. By
the use of j'our wonderful medicine my
recovery was complete. I am a travel
ing salesman, on the road most of the
time, and sincerely believe that I have
helped thousands of others b' my per
sonal testimony as to the wonderful
curative properties of Paine's Celery
Compound. It certainly merits its won
derful success, and it gives me great
pleasure to say so."
Diamond Dy3i &,",?,
She said that his parents live on Provi
dence road and that she has frequently
had them arrested for neglecting their
"There's a case," said Magistrate
Millar last night, "that shows the
urgent need of a separate place of
confinement for child prisoners. There
was this wee little boy locked up "in a
cell adjoining those occupied by hard
ened rounders and the lowest seum of
the town. It's an outrage, that's whnt
it is, but under existing conditions It
can't be helped."
MRS. MARY ANN GRIFFITHS, aged
49 yeais, died very suddenly yesterday
morning at her home, 422 Crist court.
After preparing the morning meal, she
lay down to rest and a few moments
later expired. Heart failure is attribut
ed as the cause of death. Coroner
Sultry was notified and will Investigate
the case today. Deceased is survived
by her husband and three children.
Tho funeral will be held at the house
Friday afternoon nt '2.30 o'clock, and
will be in charge of Rev. Hugh Davis,
of the South Main Avenue Welsh C.
M. church. Interment will be made In
the Washburn Street cemetery.
MRS. MARTHA COSLETT, nged 63
years died at her home. 1312 Hampton
street. Deceased wns born in Wnles
nnd had resided in this city during
the last S3 j-ears. She is survived by
ono daughter and one son, Mrs. Samuel
Williams and Lewis Coslett, both of
Hampton street. The funeral services
will be conducted nt the house tomor
row afternoon nt 2.30 o'clock by Rev. D.
D. Hopkins of the First Welsh Bnptlst
church. Interment will be made In the
Washburn Street cemetery.
MRS. MARY RICHMOND IVES, wife
of Harry Ives, and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Jacob Morgans, of Freeman ave
nue, died at 12.30 o'clock yesterday
morning at her home of Blight's dis
ease. Deceased was but 22 years of
age, and was married only a few
montliH ago. The funeral services will
be conducted at the houso tomorrow
afternoon at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. S. F.
Mathews, of the First Baptist church.
Interment will bo made In the Wash
burn Street cemetery.
MISS MARY REYNOLDS, aged 58
j-eais, died Monday ot 12.30 a. m. In
Syracuse, N, . Ier funeral will be
held from tho homo' of Mrs. Patrick Igo,
151ii Gardner nvenue, this city, this
morning at 9,30 o'clock. Services In St.
Paul's church, and Interment In the
MRS. JOHN MONAIIAN, aged 2S
yenrs, died suddenly Inst night nt 9,43
o'clock, at her home on Stratford ave
nue, Sho Is survived by her husband,
her father and mother, and two broth
ers and sisters,
JOHN DAJLEY, the 2-year-old child
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Our line of Umbrellas and
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Umbrella Manufacturing Co.
313 Spruce Street,
of Mr, nnd Mrs, John Dallcy.of Hchncll
court, died yesterday, nfter itn Illness
of pneumonia. The funeral wilt ba
held tomorrow nttornoon. Interment
will he lutidc In tho Cnthedrnt cemetery.
Hold a Meeting In Wilkes-
Bairc, April 33.
Lutheran laymen In different sections
of Eastern Pennsylvania have united In
advancing the effort ot Muhlenberg col
lege,, at Allontown, to procure u new
site and new buildings. Allentown has
already ptovldcd nearly fifty-two acres
of ground, and It remains now for tho
rest of the church to piovldo the means
to ereefnew buildings.
There will be a meeting of the Luth
eran lavmen of (he Wllkcs-Barre con
ference In St. Paul's Lutheran church,
Main and South streets, Wllkos-Burre,
on Wednesday evening, April 23, ut 7.30
o'clock, to take action with reference
to the matter.
Pennsylvania Day Charleston Expos
ition, April 10th, 1003.
On account of the above tlie Lacka
wanna railroad will sell special round
trip tickets from Seranton to Chntics
tort good going April 14th and liUh
nnd for return within 11 days Including
date of sale at the low rate ot $20.43.
Dr. Carl Seller has removed to 530
Washington avenue. Office hours, 9 to
12 a. m, and 4 to G p. m.
Dr. Ferdinand J. Heideiy Chiropodist,
Office Hotel Jermyn Barber shop,
We are the sole agents in
Seranton for this Celebrated
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leathers stricty hand-sewed and
bench made. Good wearing,
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Every pair guaranteed.
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Your part in life is
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416 Lackawanna Ave.
THE PRENDERGAST STORE.
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141-149 Meridian Street.
OLD 'PHONE SB'S,
-Going out of the bioyele
J business. J
J Our $50 -Seranton J
Wo are closing out at
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t Bittenbender&E. ;
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Ladles should call at once aniK
select one of our handsome
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designs to embroider on FliK
White Linen. These are our ow
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130 Wyoming Ave.
Former price, 81.50 and $2.00 a
412 Spruce Street.
Booms 1 and 2
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