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THE SCRANTON TftlBUNE-FttlDAV, APRIL 11, 1902.
Cooking with Gas
FOR '0E- WEEK, commenc
ing April 14 tli, every tiCternoon
at 3 o'clock MISS EMILY MAIl
!ON; COLLING will Klvc hr-r lec
tures ninl demonstrations, on how
well the Our Range docs Its work,
at our HTORI3 ROOM, No. 120
Tfii Scranton Gas & Water Co,
The best thing In the world
to make nnd keep them so Is
Applied with n brush, cloth
Protects floors from fat
grease or staines.
Shows no heel prints nor
Dustless and Sanitary.
Can be used for Bath Booms,
Halls, Closets, etc.
320 Lackawanna Avenue
Fire Sale of
There still remains a great
quantity ot most desirable "Wall
Papers, Shades, Etc., although,
wc have sold an enormous quan
tity dining the iast week.
As our new slock for our new
store nrilves next week, AVIS
WILL SELL Ol'Il PRESENT
STOCK AT PRACTICALLY
youu own rmoG this
WEEK, an It must be disposed
of. before reopening our former
Jacobs & Fasold
505 Linden Street.
Furniture upholstered and repaired.
Send postal to IL'48 Providence Road.
Old 'Phone, 10'J-S, Green Ridge.
Gty Notes. J
COMI'.WV I) DJtir.I.S. The rrsuW ilillls nt
CoiiiMiiy i), TliiitiTiitli U'slincnt, will lie n
hiimril tonight Jt the mn.il limn.
)., h. k W. 1'AV DAYS. 'I ho iinpl.,.ws of the
Suunlon jaul wcio Mid .MMenl.iy, jml tho u.iiii
moil will l,i juiil Iniliy, roinpli-tliiK tho p.i.-.
for the month of -M.iti li.
A MINIMI l.SMl'lti:i). MklLiel Odillliilo, a
liilnir oiiiplojnl at the IVm t Coal onip.m.V
mine, ,! cuixht by a fall of tnal jo-.loul.iy ninl
Biit.ilni-il n luilly l.uu.it(il so.ilp. Ho .i't,ikn
to the I.Jil.auann.1 lopll,il.
TWO HOYS Al!l!lTi:i). Jlliliul Mooia ami
Mkliirl I.l.k, two liojs uni-kil je-loiihy fur
i-t c.i li lift a lido on .1 J.:u kuwaiiiij ti.Hn, rif fmcil
" e.uk hy Jl.isMute Miliar je-.teidiy, 'lliolr
fJllioln pahl tho line-.
l.Ul'OUI'ANT JIIMrilMi. iipnci.il .1. l S.
fjohin luiniiMiiil, (. II, SpinNIi War Vctuan.,
will hohl an llllioit.illt iiict'l Inir tniiioumi ni'ii
jus, April U. i:rn' limiilid slimihl iitlonl,
Coinnianil uiuU at MuihiiI.i1 hall, (iiiixr Print
utenuo 11ml I.inilon utit'et.
rn.NTii.vii or aiik i:ih.v uitowv.-'iho fn.
luial of tho late .Mi.-.. Kmlly lliuwn, wlm iliul In
Moscow, will lie Iitli I iiiiniiiiow attruioon at 2
o'clock fioin tho to'.liloiiio of her lnnthor, Jos'ph
K. IIoIiIh, of 11,11 IM111 awmii', Inloiniciit will
bo inailo In the Washlnnn Mieet iinutriy,
HAXKIlL'I'Tt'V l'IMI I ION.-.V 0l11nta1y p,-i.
i Ion in lianMnpliy .h .M-lciilay 11I01I In the
1'nllnt SUIim ilUtrlot totnl hy Dul.l lamp, of
J..iiHboH, , who doiir-. In lie iolleril fioin oh
lljiatluiw .imouiitliii; to s'l,(:..;:j. lo li.u .isvls
ainonntlni; tu i I ,Scxj. 'Hie 1.1-0 lu Iiitii lifruoil
to UcfiTt'C In ll.in!riipley Van Woinii'i, of thU
VUXIIltAI. 01' MIIS. Ill III), Tho fiinoial of
Jlik Ciithillno llinil wan htthl jtoleiUjy inoin.
lni fioin her latn homo at MCI l..iil,.i.iiiin..i .io.
nuf. Tho pall'hcium wcie: .Ilui II. M I'.
II, J ), .1, ami I'. ,1. MaiMen anil IMtikk Ko'",'.m.
A ililgli mass o( irittliiii wa irlelnalrd In St.
l'l'jci'ji (.ilhcilril, Jllfr whkli tho lomaliu voio
talontn ,aiu';lioio, ?u-iiuh.uiiu tuui.lv, for In.
(ir.vitn'V ham. cj)mmiiti:i:s,-.ii,Iiii v..
llojlie, chJiilnaiii T. .7. Kelly, A, .1, Ci-ey, Itkli.
n( O'Hilcn. T, 1 llnlian, IVIer-I-', Donley, .iiol.
lllijC cniuiiiitlee oiluilty lull, will moot IhW
atljiiKjon at"l'o'(loi:k at tho hcailipi.11 Ioh In the
Dime hi nl; loillilluu' In imillt all aioonnt. At
7 SO p. 111, tho senetnl innnnlltro will meet III
the) Hiiilttoilinn of Knlehti of Coliiinlnw hall (11
clejr tip till bii,lnes, llepatU are now all te.i'ly,
ami all. iiu'oi.i.u-i 01 tin l- (omnilllies. ato :
toll "iu!i(tni(l tliexi iiiictlnx'.
(IrvThliisdny, Apill 10, a.t 9 a. in,, to
coiftrniio until April J'.', tho. contents, of
tho Irving Hotel, consisting of furnish
Inga of, 1Q0 bedrooms, recently relur
nlsliSdpbfcJiroom suite's," carpets, Iron
nudiirasB beds,. mattl esses, spilugs, bed
llne'ft'lliioleuin, bar (Ixtures, chalts, two
ciiHlOreclfetei'P,, safes, hotel oninlbus,
inlsgvllaiVous' household goods,
ir i't! k, jj. strong, Auctioneer.
Of Unexcelled Merit. -
"Q'Hnra's Leader" new 5c cluuj.-. Rest
yet.FranU Q'Hur.i, 431 Snruej! Bt'. :
, Coladium Bulbs, ' ' ;
l'.Iei)jant sinta. at Cluik's, orlst.
lift F IIS
Programme Rendered in Guernsey
' Hall Last Night.
Tim forty-second recital of Oie Con
servatory of Mtislo was given hy stu
tlnnls Inst evening In Guernsey hall,
to a full house. Tho programme begun
wllh two cnsenible Holeutlons, played
by a class of eight young laities at four
lilnnos.wlth rxceltent elfwt. Katharine
.Tames, of Hyde Park, followed with 11
Utile piece by Webb. Although her
first appearance In these recitals, she
played very well, Indeed.
Martha Richmond, of (ireen Ridge, a
little girl of pel haps eight yea in, played
a group of roiir little pieces from the
Fuolloit rundunienlal louder. This Is
her llrst year of music study and al
ready she Is manifesting unusual mu
sical talent. With an enlho lack itt
self-t'onsclousness she played with great
freedom and with 110 little expression.,
Anna Wnhl, of Scranton, Is another
talented child who played three selec
tions which wen more dllllcult than
tho preceding, In a manner thjit left
no doubt that music Is to her a natural
expression. There was a dellnlteness
and promptness In her work that
prophesies n bright musical future.
A selection by AVIlllunis was played
at four pianos by May Rower, Rertha
Rurgptte, Corn Marvel and Florence
Nichols. Anna JJiivIh, of Jlyde Park,
followed with the Kirunrolgeii by llelns,
which shoWcd direful work on her part,
with due attention to pedalling and
phrasing, N11111111 Price, of Scranton,
played the pleasing Sonatina, Opus SS,
Xo. 1', by Kuhlau, In lis entirety nnd
from memory. Her performance was
very creditable, and gave evidence of
musical talent of :t high order.
.Special mention 1? duo to the playing
of Clara Haas, who may with all
truthfulness be termed n "wonder
child." She played the Inst movement
of Mozart's pianoforte concerto In O,
with the orchestral accompaniment ar
ranged for second piano, played by
Mr. Pennington. This Is a dllllcult
work, yet she played It without a trace
of nervousness, and with such charm
ing elfect as to fairly nstnnlMi the au
dience unil provoke It to continued ap
plause. Of tho older students, Miss Lillian
K rati tor, of Tohyhnnuu, played three
selections with much poetical expres
sion; Miss Nellie Schlatter, of Scran
ton, gave a brilliant rendition of tho
Valso In E Hat, by Duraiid. Tho most
dltlicult solo numbeis, the Impromptu
In C sharp minor, by Tlhelnhold, and
the Tarantelle In A minor by Thome,
were played by Miss Ulldegnrd Conrad,
of West Pittston. Miss Conrad is an
advanced player, and although somef
what nervous, acquitted herself with
An exhibition of tho results of a
few months' study under the Faellen
system of fundamental training was
given by Melvln Corbett, Katie Graff,
Curtis Lai kin, Ethel Yost, Mary Bis
blng, Thin low Brown, Florence Kelly,
Edward Kelly and Pearl Pedrlek.
The recital was brought to a brilliant
close by the playing of tho allegro from
Moseheles' "Homage 11 Handel" by Mihs
Browning, Miss French, Miss Wagen
hurst, members of the faculty, assisted
by Miss Bone.
MUST BE AMENDED.
Discovery That the Bond Ordinance
Makes No Provision for the
Payment of State Tax.
Mai It K. Idgar, Recorder Connell's
private secretary, was looking over the
ordinance providing for the issue of
$2S",,000 worth of city bonds on Wednes
day, when he discovered that theie
was no provision for the 'payment by
the city of the stale tax on the bonds.
This was rather it startling discov
ery, because of the fact that the bonds
have already been auvcrtised and bids
solicited, the same to be In the hands
of the city controller not Inter than
April 21, a week from next Monday.
The advertisements .'til contain an
nouncement of the fact that tho city
agrees to assume the payment of all
taxes on the bonds. 11 was originally
intended to have an amendment to tho
ordinance adopted, specifically setting
this forth, but the matter was over
looked. It Is believed that should prospective
bidders become uwaro of this omission
In the ordinance, It would lie Impossible
to secure even par bids, and there Is a
statute which prohibits any munici
pality from selling Its bonds at loss
than par. '
It was accordingly decided to pre
pare an ordinance amending the origi
nal bond oidlnanee, and this was done,
the ordinance being approved by Clly
Solicitor Watson. The state tax on the
issue amounts to four mills on tho dol
lar, or about $1,110, all told. An ordi
nance amending Hit' bond ordinance so
as to provide lor the payment of the
slate tn:: wits lutrotlumd In common
council hist night.
HE STOLE DYNAMITE.
John Tuffey, of Irvine; Avenue, Com
mitted to the County Jail.
John Tulfey, a 2:!-yeur-iild young man,
residing on Irving avenue, was arrested
early yesterday morning at his home
by Detective Delter, on the charge of
bitrglarllug a storehouse or the West
liighousi! company, located near the old
rail mill of the Lackawanna lion and
Tho storehouse was broken Into lust
Sunday night and some nineteen btlcks
of dynamite nnd nliiety-dve exploslw
caps were taken, The hlulV was. sold to
certain parties1 for considerably less
tint 11 Its real value, and In this way tliu
pollen fastened tho guilt on Tulfey. Tho
latter tried tn conceal himself when
Detective Delter went to his house, but
he didn't succeed.
Ilo was arraigned before Magistrate
Millar, and ofi'eted no defense except a
general denial. He Wits committed to
the county Jail In default of $r,00 ball.
Elm Park Church.
An organ recital will bo given In Kim
I'm It church on Tuesday evening next,
April in, by Mr. J. Alfred Pennington,
atslHtcd by Mis. , Lenoro Thompson,
contralto. Admission, silver offering,
On Thiirhday, April 10, at a. in., to
continue until April 1'.', Uie contents of
tho ini-r Hold, consisting ol fnnilbh
Ings of hj bedrooms, lecently refill
nibbed; bedroom unites, carpets, Iron
and brass beds, mattresses, springs, bed
linen, linoleum, bar fixtures, cltuiis, two
cash registers, safes, hotel omnibus,
miscellaneous household goods.
13. M. attong, Auctioneers
Dr. Ferdinand J," Helder, Chiropodist,
Olllco Hotel Jerwyn B.irber shop.
ADOLPH BLAU HAD NO DE
FENSE TO OFFER.
Had Six Lawyers Representing Him,
but They Were Up Against n Re
cent Flat-Footed Decision of the
Supreme Court nnd Could Do
Nothing More Than Ask for Len
iencyJury Still Out in the Lot
tie Smith Case Number of Im
portant Cases Put Over.
Adolplt Blau, proprietor of the Com
n orchil Lnnu and 'Picket agency, 203
Ltickawaima 'avenue, pleaded guilty,
before Judge Kelly yesterday, of the
charge of Illegal selling of railroad
tickets, preferred by Mark L. Smith,
district passenger agent of the Dela
witic, Ltickuwaniut and Western com
pany. He was fined JM and costs.
Blau was warned by Mr. Smith to
desist from ticket sculping and did so.
Then came the Mun'ulo decision against
the Lackawanna company In equity
proceedings brought to restrain ticket
scalping, and Blau seized upon It as un
excuse to reopen business. "Mr. Smith
again warned him that he was engaged
in an Illegal business nnd that ho
would bo prosecuted If he did not give
It up. He did not heed tho warning
and was arrested.
He engaged O'Brien & Martin, Itlce
& Donnelly, George H. Horn and John
P. .Murphy to defend him, but they
looked about In vain for a line of de
fense and finally advised him to plead
It was explained to the court that
Blau was honestly mistaken in his be
lief that the Buffalo decision, which
was In the United States court, gave
him the right to do a sculping busi
ness. Major Wurren, counsel for tho
company, did not oppose the extension
of leniency, and Judge Kelly decided
not to impose a severe penalty.
In passing sentence, the Judge told
Blau that the law in Pennsylvania on
ticket sculping is clear and distinct,
and positively makes It a penitentiary
offense. The nominal lino of $23, the
jttde stated, was not to be construed
as it precedent for dealing with future
cases of the kind. He would not be in
clined to such extreme leniency, lie
said, with the next person convicted
before him of this crime.
Tho Buffalo decision did not decide
anything as to tho merits of the case
ul bar. Tho court decided against the
company on the ground that it wus vio
lating interstate commerce law in its
titink line ticket arrangement, and that
it was, therefore, forbidden a standing
In equity court, under the maxim that
"He who- does iniquity cannot have
equity." The question as to the legality
of ticket sculping was not passed upon
at all. Three months ago, the Penn
sylvania Supreme court upheld the
constitutionality of the law against
ticket scalping, hi an appeal from
The Jury In the case of the common
wealth against Lottie Smith, charged
w ith keeping a house of ill-fame, went
out yesterday morning and had not
agreed at adjourning time.
Onll'er Mlenarski. of Old Forge, was
lound guilty of assault and battery
on Storekeeper Joseph Sommers. The
offense was committed February 13,
when Sommers went to the defendant's
house to collect a bill.
A verdict of guilty was returned In
the case In which Mattliew and An
thony Stroko, of Olyphunt, were
charged with assault and battery on
In the case In which Farmer II. S.
Parks, of South Abington, charged his
neighbor, Carpenter Alfred P.ossiter,
with assault and battery, the jury re
turned a verdict of not guilty and di
rected that the defendant pay two
thirds and the prosecutor one-third of
Patrick Harris plead guilty to point
ing a pistol ut Patrolman FInley Boss
and was given thirty days In the
Frank Novack was acquitted of the
charge of forcible entry and, detainer
and the cases were placed on tho
prosecutor, Joseph Papa.
Continuances were directed In the
S. K. Wayland. obstructing justice;
Xtobert AVilson, prosecutor.
Simon Thomas, bribery; Robert Wil
Arch Dnnlop, adultery; John Hawk,
Matthew PafC and Thomas Gilboy,
selling- liquor illegally; Joseph Gard
Inn P.omunoskl, attempt at, rape;
Joseph AYnrrinlskl, prosecutor.
Joseph Hotchklns. malicious mischief
and assault nnd buttery; D. W. Rich
Michael Size, larceny and receiving;
Frank Itobllng Jr., prosecutor.
Patrick McNulty, felonious wound
ing; Jnmes T. MeAndrew, prosecutor.
James Kearney, embezsilenieiit; II. H,
Rachel Williams, riot; Stephen Dyer,
Arthur Morris, felonious wounding;
Harry Newman, prosecutor.
Ball was forfeited in tho cases In
which Domlntclt Rellly nnd L. J. Pels
ner were defendants.
Rule for New Trial.
Judge Slmonton, of Dauphin county,
befoie whom tho ensu of W. F. Smytlio
against J. K. Williams and others was
tried hero last week, has granted a rule
to show catiso why u new trial should
not be granted, He hits ordered that
the testimony of tho trial and tho
charge of the court be trauscilbed for
uso when the matter comes up hi argu
Tho verdict of the jury before whom
Iho case was tried last weelt was for
In the Register's Office.
Ill tho estate; of John Bouillon, late
of Sciunton, Register Koch yesterday
granted letters testamentary to George
V, Huiiipel and John Deniuth.
Jn thu estate of II, H. Colvln, lato of
West Abington, letters testamentary
were grunted to dearge H, Colvlll.
Letters testumcntaiy were granted to
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
Km unu tnuu ,uiv4 iue n. 1,011 i accept any
t,uMltiitc. Tilal p.uka'o l'lti:i:. A1M10, Allen
S, (diluted, l.o Itoy, ,. V,
A ponder to bo shal.en Into tliu tliocs. Your
lot feci kwollcn, inn 0111 ami hot, ami get titrcl
cully. If on haw muitlns feet or tight ihoes,
tty Allen's l'ooW:.it, It cool tho loot, juj
makes walMni; ejy, Cine ku ollcn. gueutlus
feci, liitfirulii,,' lull. blUteis and oallou ipotj.
Helieu'4 conn and bunion of all lulu ami uluj
fct and comlurt. Tiy It today. Sold by ull drug
Hntttle Boll Ttlrncr In tho estate of
Solomon Nlcol, late of Carbonilale.
VlnreiiKi Sanlartell.i ...
Alunt Math) Pate
William It, Dinrkk .,,,
Minnie II. I'rlra ,
I'elcr . Miami ,,,
I'taiik SllnL'kry ,.
Dnlil Morgan ....,,,.,,
S.imli A. TliDin.H ,
Slbotlo Meacilo ,,,.,..,,
Anna I.ongo ..,,,,.,.,,,
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
'Jluie will lie a elon of orpluin' loutt Sat
A .o-lon of Hie oipli.im' court wilt lie lictd nt
10 11. 111,, Saturday, nt which time .luilge A. A,
Vu-liinfr will hear motions nml tllipmr: of n'.imo
nut I ei which hae lirrli lltrd for heating Upon
In t lie raw of the oeicerc of Hie poor of take
kiwn.hlp nun In. t Ihe ori,.ecr: of (he poor nl Car
liondale ttmiivhip, totut ,rsttid.iy lMiod a man
datum execution tn compel tho ilcfrndiint to pay
Ihe plalnlirt'a claim.
Tliiouali Attorney fleorue W. lleuedlit, the
Xotlli Cncl FMiluc,', Hunting and (ImnliiK dull
jeslerdty applied to coittl for nillele,ot Ineor.
porallon. The nmVetilicM arc David Tlionii',
IldvMinl Sltnpon, lllmer Here, William 1M
wards William Hacker, William Tliomai and
Jnvnli Wllllann, .
LIZZIE WAS DEFIANT.
Seventeen-Year-Old Girl Found in a
Disorderly House, Refused to Go
Home with Her Sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dolun, of Jer
myn, walked Into the Centre street sta
tion house about 8 o'clock last night
and told Acting' Sergeant aocrlltz that
they wanted his" assistance In getting
17-year-old Lizzie Hennessy out of
Daisy Miller's disorderly house, a few
Mrs. Dolan said the girl was her sis
ter and that she hod been away from
Jerniyn since last Friday. Lieutenant
of Police Feeney was sent for and
went after tho girl, accompanied by
Patrolman Kurlus and Mr. Dolan. Tlicy
found her In tho house in an upstairs
100m, clad in scant attire.
fhe was taken to the station house
and stepped Jauntily up to her sister,
with a bold, insolent air and the look
of n hardened rounder on her face. She
was chewing a piece of gum when she
came In, and she kept on chewing It
for a full minute before she deigned to
"Well, what do you want with me,
anyway, she said at last. "It's none of
our business where I go, is it."
Mrs. Dolun looked helplessly around
for a minute, and then turned plead
ingly to her sister.
"Won't you conio home, Lizzie," she
said. "Why did you go to that place?
WhV did you go? Won't you come
back to Jerniyn and live with us?"
There was a fine defiance In Lizzie's
bearing while her sister was talking,
and she shrugged her shoulders inso
lently when she had finished.
"No, I won't go back," she said. "I
wouldn't live with you if you paid roc
to. The last woman I worked for
wouldn't have mo because my brother's
in the penitentiary, and I went to
Dalsle's because I couldn't go any
where else. I couldn't get any work,
and I had" to go somewhere. I won't
live with you, though."
"Well, you'll have to go to jail or
some institution if you don't come with
us," said Mrs. Dolan. "Come, Lizzie,
bo sensible, and come back with us.
"I told you I won't,' and I won't," re
torted Lizzie. The next moment she
was in a cell and Mr. and Mrs. Dolan
were on their way to tho Delaware and
The girl Is a half-sister of John Kin
ney, who is serving a nineteen year's
sentence in the Eastern penitentiary
for the murder of his wife In Carbon
dale, some three years and a half ago.
She claims to have been led Into the
Miller woman's house on Wednesday
night by an older girl.
Try O'Hara's now 'hand-made He.
cigar. Best ever. O'Hara's cigar store,
431 Spruce street. "
1 Stylish 1
Turkish Dress Mohairs, very high luster, beau
tiful finish, hard twist, a wonderful wearer, 40 inches
Cloth double finish, both sides alike full, satin
One as handsome as silk, $1,00.
A Mohair wonder, the best 1.50 value, for
Foulard Silks, new addition to our immense
stock, 59c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25.
New Black Grenadines, tissue mousseline, silk
twist, lacy stripes and open effects, 75c to $3.50.
New Wash Silks, corded stripes of rainbow col
orings, castors.niles, linens, greys, rose and blues,50c.
Waist Cloths .Worsted Stripes, some new beau
ties in the line, 50c and 75c.
Buy the Best- We have the best line of joe
Dress Goods, all-wool cords, twills, batistes, beiges,
in all the new shades; voyles, mistrals, crepes, eta
mines and black, all the new spring shades,
' 50c to $3,00
We Give Green
1 Mears &
415-417 Lackawanna Ave.
ORDERED TO VACATE THE
Jttdgo Kelly Grants an Injunction
Against Rev. John Armand, For
mer Pastor of the Olyphant Greek
Catholic Church, Who Was Ex
communicated by Bishop Hoban
for Unpatriotic Utterances in Con
nection with the Assassination of
Hev. John Armand, tho Greek Cath
olic priest t Olyphant, who was ex
communicated by Ulshop Hoban Tor
unpatriotic utterances regarding the
assassination of President McKinley,
was, yesterday, ordcicd by Judge Joint
P. Kelly to surrender possession of tho
Oreek Catholic church property, which
he has been adversely holding since
Feb. i!J last.
The Oreek Catholic: churches of this
region having no episcopacy of their
own elected to place themselves under
tho Jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic
bishops, and tho Oreek Catholics of
Olyphant, wllh others of their faith
hereabouts, placed themselves under
the jurisdiction of Hlshop Hoban. When
ltev. John Armand was called to the
Olyphant church, ho applied for and
secured faculties from Ulshop Hobnn.
Besides attending to his pastoral du
ties the Greek priest edited a paper
called "Swoba." Its editorials w.cre of
a rather extreme socialistic trend, and
some of them closely approached the
anarchical. When President McKinley
was assassinated the "Swoba" con
tained an editorial which sought to ex
tenuate the crime. Bishop Hoban's at
tention was called to it and he sum
moned tho writer to come before him.
Just what took place Is not disclosed,
but tho action of the bishop, whatever
It was, resulted In Rev. Armand de
claring against the bishop's nuthorlty.
On Feb. 22, after the usual forms had
been gone through with Bishop Hoban
ex-communicated him, and sent anoth
er Greek priest to take charge of the
Rev. Armand refused to give up pos
session of the church property, and
proceeded to establish a now church of
a political-religious character. Those
of the congregation who would not sub
scribe to the new faith were refused
admittance to the church, and recent
ly, one of thoold parishioners was pro
hibited from burying his child in the
Yesterday, the members of the old
congregation, through a committee con
sisting of George Simiawa, Samuel Ru
sen, Joseph Fechlnn, Alex Tomaska
vlch, Harry Blomyar, Simon Hamar
nlck and Paul Polka, went into equity
court, by Attorneys O'Brien & Martin,
and reciting the facts set forth above,
asked for an injunction restraining ltev.
Armand from holding services In the
church, and compelling him to surren
der the keys of tho church and pas
toral residence to the plaintiffs.
Judge Kelly granted' a preliminary
injunction as prayed for with a rule,
returnable April 16, to show cause why
the injunction should not be made per
manent, BASE BALL NOTES.
The p1a.ei3 will all repoit here Apill 17, and
a mi lot of praetlec prame will take place until
the openinff ol the mmwii.
Wotk on the uround-i N lielnjr pa-lied alons nt
fast in the weather will penult and by Siturday
night it i-i expected tliu impioeuients will be
It i Manas-er I.aon intention to tcie a
thomiudi trial to svei.il local pla.ieH ilurilu; the
practice cc.unes and if any or them are found
ttionp enough they will be signed. Tito local
men to be given a tilal are Fcrri-i, outfielder,
nml Trance, catcher, of the f-outli Side; Jlellugh,
(.hort-stop, of Jllnoolij; Taj lor, pitcher, of Taj
lor, and Clcar.v, hliuit top, of Olj-phant.
The -igned contract of Cieotge WiUo, the
deter joimg left-handed pile her from Sji active,
. V., and .1 biother of Pitcher Wlltte, of the
Philadelphia club, w.n leceiveil by Managei Law
son ,c-tcida.v ninl one mine plajer lias been
added In the Sci.mtou chili' roster. Thl inakra
ttiiee pitcher,: signed tn date, MeCuth.v, Mo-i.itrj-
nnd Vtllno, with twu inoie twiilrrs jet to
After April Moving
You Will Probably Want
A Chandelier for the Parlor.
An Extension Lamp for the Dining Room.
A Reading Lamp for the Library. -
A Bracket Lamp for the Kitchen.
A Hand Lamp for the Cellar.
- A Lantern for the Barn. j
This Is a Lamp Store and you can get all your Lamp wants hora
at a prlco that will appeal to your good judgment. j
GEO. V. tVlllL.AR Ot. CO.
We are showing the finest line of Brass Beds
ever seen in Scranton. Their finish is perfect.
Our Iron Beds cost you about twothirds what
you pay elsewhere.
Scranton Bedding Go.,
F. A- KAISER, Manager.
Lackawanna and Adams Avenues.
I " Fresh. P.lfian anil Attractive i
i Fresh, Glean and Attractive
I Looking Stock Is
1 Merchant's Best Advertisement."
2 We lead the foregoing, or Kimotliing to tlio e.mio cftcct, recently, anil it im- &
!C iie-ecl in ns bclnif the "heeut of bueces-." jn our buiinei"-.. J)o you leallre iU sift- S'
IJJ lulleanec? Xo old slock Rceiiinul.itet Incur i'st.ilili.hiiientj well, we Keep. II not only ".
a new and fresh, hut clean and altracthe. It couldn't Aery well be otherwise now. g.
If Black and Colored Dress Goods
' TIiIh slock U chosen fiom the best nnd mo4 noted m.irUcts In Kuropc and Anier-
A iej, ctciylliing woilhy. We mem only tu .sell euih goods as will (the entire wtU-
Ci faction. Wc not only mean it, but wo ate dolus It.
r3 Here i.i a p.ntlitl list ot things for tliu tcasou:
11 For Tailor-Made Suits
; Venelljiw, Cocili, Droadelollw, IteltMn, Thibet, It.ilu 1'ioof Sulllnge,
For Gowns and Dresses
".Meliose Clolli, Whipcord', IlelKei, Cr.initc, Anilines, PrunclUi, Iljllate, Tmnese,
!JB Kt.imines, Voillc", Wool Crepe do C'liene, Allutios, -Mi-tl.ll.
1, i:enlng hh.irtc-i In I.ausdownes and Wool and Silk unci Wool Fabrics.
f Waist Cloths
?5 I'lne assortment of line fain ies for Waists and all the delicate shadings arc here;
,jg Wool nml Mlk and Wool OnoiK
' I'lench Clialiles in choice new colorings Satin Strlpei and the like.
mm Among the lllack (ioods. Mohair Ilrilllantincs and Silk Wnip 'lia3ut are much
d in c!dcncc.
Every New Variety for this Season
r An ccr A.irjinir nrwiirni of designs Odd looks nnd sood looks necr odddcr or
; better, Too full of life and Bpaikle to fall out of faur.
McConnell & Co.
Men's Furnishers. Women's Outfitters.
400-402 Lackawanna Ave.
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I How Many Feet
It: In Your Family
J It matters not for we have Shoes for every J!
! member of your household.
: Our Shoes Are Right
In fit, style, quality
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ict-L ruuiwccti, wc wii
All Prices from 10c to $6-
t Lewis, Ruddy, Davies & Murphy, s
330 Lackawanna Avenue.
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Fojmer Price", 1,50 ami 8.00.
418 Spruce Street
134 Wyoming Ave.
Walk In and ldok around.'
THE BEDDING CO.
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and price. If you want cor- .
;.. ... t:ft: &
give yuu saiibiacuuu. ,
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BANI,X', tlio I.AKKS In tho CLOUDS,
VOIIO A'ALLKY, tlio GREAT CLA
CI1CR ft region descrlbea by Whyni
per, Wvi coimurror of the Mattei'honi,
us fifty or sixty Swltzcrliiiuls rolled
Into one reached only by the
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dally tr.insi'iintliipntul train servlre
tlirotiRlioul tho ycur from Toronto
anil Moiitiv.il. IMPERIAL IJ.M1TEU,
ciosjlntr Uiu continent In 07 liouw,
leaves Toronlo and Montreal (com
inenclnsr Jnu ICtlj next) every Sunday,
Wednesday und Friday, Sleeping- und
dining- nu h attached to all throush
l-'li'st-clasa hotels in tho nuiimliilnq.
HwUs BUldca at tliu principal points.
For rates, etc, apply to nearest ngeil
of the v, t'. 15., or to ;. v. Skinner, Si
Uroauway, New York.
Passenger Traffic Manager, Moutic
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