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THE SCRANTON TRIBtJNE-TUESDAY APRIL 15, 1902, - S
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BIG CASES ARE
ALL PUT OVER
MO IMPORTANT TRIALS ON THIS
Continuances Granted In Practically
Every Caiie That Was at All Out
of the Ordinary Triree Pleas of
Guilty Entered Petersburg Kan
Convicted of Striking His Wife on
the Head with a Chair Lineman
Wants Damages Mountford Case
Settled Other Court matters.
Continuances, picas of guilty, nnd ab
sence of defcndantH left the llrst clay of
the second week of the Aorll quarter
sessions with only throe ruses open for
Louis Ace, a 17-year-old boywho has
a innln for gambling and who Is with
out relatives and friends, wanted to bo
sent to a reformatory, that he might bo
kept tiwny from temptation. He plead
guilty to u charge of gambling, pre
ferred by Superintendent of Police
Day, and Judge Xewcomn committed
him to Huntington reformatory.
Edward Ingraham. of Ulngmnmton,
' plead guilty to the- theft of wearing ap
parel from B. A. W'ycott and K. A.
Scott, fellow-boarders In Scranton
boarding houses. He will be sentenced
Miles Finch plead guilty of stealing
oats, feed and the like from the barn of
John N. Lllllbrldge, at Peckville. Charles
Kestler nnd Chester Dennis will be
tried for the same offense tomorrow.
The trio, it is alleged, went about and
took orders for feed and oats among
their 4 neighbors, and filled whatever
order's they secured by making mid
night drafts on the bins of the Lilll
A nol pros, was entered, at the re
quest of the prosecutor, In the case in
which Z. P. Travis, an aged man, of
Peckville, was charged with an at
tempted unnatural assault on the 6-year-old
son of Edward C. Anderson.
Fred Schlack. of Petersburg.was con
victed of striking his wife on the head
with a chair, tie admitted that he
might have done It while crazy drunk,
but remembers nothing of It. Judge
Edwards fined him $10 and costs. He
had been In jail two months.
Andrew Krlaskl and Julius Shemln
skl were tried before Judge Edwards
for aggravated assault and battery on
Andrew Gobln, of Prlceburg. No ver
dict had been reached at adjourning
Capiases were Issued for Tedizlano
Martlno, of Old Forge, charged with
bigamy, and Michael and John Fnr
rence, charged with aggravated assault
"jCases continued -it ere: Sylvester F.
Cbsgrove, Frank Kofchinskl and Frank
Kinsley, murder: XV. XV. Scrjnton,
libel; F. H. Upton, embezzlement;
Georgo 3R. Stanton, embezzlement by
tax collector; J. XV. Guernsey, M. T.
Keller and Charles XV. Bennett, dls-
buad'g witnesses; Anthony Dunleavy,
perjury: William Gaul, tippling house.
These constituted practically all the
important cases on the week's list.
J) Judge George S. Purdy, of Honesdale,
will absist in auarter sessions the re
mainder of the week.
, CATCHING THE
EARLY SILK BUYERS.
You never turned money into better advantage
than you can turn it now and here
Beautiful New Spring Silks j
At Lowest Possible Prices.
Printed Foulards, serge weave; the 65 cent kind
Satin Liberty Printed Foulards; the 98 cent kind
The finest Foulards, exclusive designs, Jacquard
effects, at 98c and $1.25.
Taffeta Ekaf Silks, all the-new shades, 39c.
The best quality Oil Boiled Taffetas, black and
Guaranteed black Taffeta Silks, from 20 to 36
inches wide, at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25.
Japanese Washable Corded Silks at 35 and 49c.
Black Sewing Silk Grenadines, 44 inches wide, at
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
Satin Duchesse, Crepe de Chine, Peau de Cyne
and Repousse Silks; all shades at popular prices.
I 1 IflKn
Shirt Waists and Petticoats.
Our lines are all complete and your early inspec
tion is earnestly solicited.
Special sale of counter soiled Ladies' Muslin and
Cambric Corset Covers, Drawers and Chemise, our own
well known Sauitary Brand, at greatly reduced prices.
1 Archbald Borough Is Sued.
By his attorney, C. A. Battenberg,
Conrad Vernau, of Archbald, yesterday
instituted a $1,000 damage suit against
the borough of Archbald.
He claims that the street on which
. his property abuts is not kept in proper
repair, and. that as u consequence of
this the gutters became blocked nnd
caused surface water to overflow his
land, filling his well and cellar and de
stroying a large quantity of provisions.
Lineman Wants Damages.
Simon Magulre, a Central Pennsyl
vania Telephone company lineman, who
was injured by falling from the top of
. Na 60-foot pole at Prieeburg, last Oc
tober, brought suit yesterday against
the' company to recover $5,000 damages
for personal injuries.
He alleges that the pole was not se
curely set In the ground, and that when
he reached the top of it, his weight
caused it to fall, throwing him to the
ground. His foot was permanently in
jured. I. H. Burns and Frank T. Okell arc
the plaintiff's attorneys.
Mountford Case Settled.
The case of Mrs. Alfred Mountford,
of Prieeburg, against the Delaware and
Hudson company was, yesterday, dis
continued, a settlement having been
effected, out of court.
Mrs. Mountford was Injured Dee. 31,
1901, at the Green Itldge depot by a
passenger train running Into mi open
switch. She sued for $10,000 damages.
Joseph O'Brien and J. Ktllott llo.ss
were the plaintiff's attorneys.
Kaslmcr MpicnUl ..uantun
"? , Fjitak Str.intcn
Assld Dltras .1 rauton
SolmU Zolili T. Scrjnton
-Murten John Knitry Hiratiton
Anna Hell hiimtiu Krjulmi
IMnanl Plillllis Kcraiilnn
JIllialMtli .1. Moore Scr.inloii
.lumen MrliJlii Anlilulil
Parl.in Hillis ArililuM
Lnrcnz Mrrhcl. Jr Sipnlnn
Anm Droit; ow Verge
;wrc (iiuler Viehbalil
Mary HIMu uhl.aM
(limannl Huscrldo (), ytgv
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Wllllim t.niiwtt Ciil.owl.ile
lllliabcth II. Mmllriiint Mnin-on
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
.tniljiiient w.is lUn-ctcd to enter for llie plain,
tilt In the cao nf j. Carter, ailmliiMialnr, ct
il., a?alnt J, O, IhriIL, iHmdant, ami Amelia
M, KemieJy, ir irnUhi i -.
Ruin to ciicn JixUnicnt were allowed jester
Hay In the eav-s (if ,1, w, (,'uenwy ufuliibt the
I.icka-'nna niu c(.niuny, and Kllabctli 'I'apiien
coins. . :i T.ippan.
Tho tula (or nut- trial In Itici ciic of I.utlur
Keller aealntt liivxgv K. r.ilrihlhl was jesttidai
made al.nlulc y .Indue Ktll.v, It vui 4 full on
11 y.m jiidjpntnt note and ai clicliieil lad No.
1 miner ill Utur of the defendant. Judt'P Kelly
aja tlio eWdcnco did not bit.ulu the erdlit.
Worthy of Consideration.
An editor's opinion is always worthy
of consideration, for ho Is accustomed
to giving a matter due consideration
before expicbslng Ills Ideas of It. David
n. Forbes, editor of the Sun, Quarry-
lllc, Pa., says: "The name Chamber
lain Is synonymous with everything
that Is good. Chamberlain's Cough
Tlenudy I can particularly endorse,
having used It myself quite frequently
with the best results, whenever both
jred with a cold," For salu by all
George A. Price, the former propri
etor of Hotel Harrison, was, on Satur
day, taken to the Hillside home. Mr.
Price sustained a fall 'down stairs a
few weeks ago, at the hotel, and since
then has acted strangely. He was be
coming violently insane, and It was
thought best by his family to have him
taken to the Hillside Home.
AVIUIain Page leceived word Sunday,
announcing the death of his mother at
Franklin, X. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Page
left yesterday to attend the funeral,
which will be held today.
Roberts Bros., merchants, are now
Installed In their new temporary store
building on Depot stteet.
George Williams is having a new bar
ber shop erected, on the site of the one
burned. The new snop will be ready
for occupancy In a few days.
W. J. Lloyd is erecting a building at
the rear of his Main street property.
The new building will be used by Wil
liam Lewis as a, blacksmith shop.
O. D. Secor was a visitor at Car
George Burdlck attended court yes
terday as a witness In the Llllibridge
H. P. Woodward, of the Peckville
Journal, has pureha&ed a lot on Pleas
ant avenue and will erect a new home
for tho Journal. The present building,
occupied as the Journal ofllce, and
owned by William Peck, will be moved
fiom the present location on Main
street to the rear of the lot owned by
Rev. II. J. Whalcn, D. D will de
liver his famous lecture on the "Wit
and Humor of the Irish People," In
tho Methodist church, this evening.
Daniel Doils, of Glen Lyon, a former
Peckville resident, spent Sunday In
Nuw that the water company Is about
to lay larger water mains In Peckville,
It is up to council to provide double
lire hydrants In the thickly settled dls
tilcts. Flro hydrants at tho piesent
time are so scatteied that it is almost
Impossible for the hose company to get
more than one stream on a tire,
V birthday patty was tendered Mrs.
Catherine Younghlood at her homo m
Main slrcot on Saturduy eenlng, In
honor ol her seventy-second unniviT-t-ary.
Tho evening was most pleas
antly hpent conversing ovi'r goiw-by
days, and other diversions, which
made the evening un enjoyable one,
The German GUe club nnd tho Wat
kins family wore present and rendered
a number of excellent selections. Ar
thur Morgans sang several pleasing
solos. At u lute hour refreshments
were hcrved and all departed for their
respective homes. Mrs. Younghlood
was the recipient of iiiuny presents,
j Tim entertainment and social, of tho
Grutli Voreln friwlss lodge will bo held
In Weber's rink. Tho event promises
to bo un Interesting treat, us tho com
mittee In charge have prepured un ex
cellent programme, to be rendered by
the Swiss Glee club, Prof, T, IX, Davis,
of this town, ami vwll-known talent
from Scranton. After tho cnteituln
ment a sociul will bo held, Musiu will
be furnished by a llrst-class orchestra.
The tenois and lmsbos of the Oratorio
society will meet tomorrow evening In
the Calvary Baptist church to reheat so
their paitu in the oratorio, Judas Mac
cubetis, Tho shooting mutch, to bo hed on
Underline's shooting grounds on
Thursday next, botweon James Jones
anil Dante Underline, promises to ho
quito un Interesting affair.
Arthur Morgans rendered a pleasing
bass colo at the service Sunday even
ing at the Calrury Baptist church.
The pastor, Rev. Dr. Harris, delivered
a forceful sermon.
Tickets are being rapidly disposed of
for the performance of "Judas Macca
beaus," to bo held at the Calvary Bap
itst church, Apill 2S. '
Miss Grace Frazer, of Moscow, was
the guest of Miss Susie Harris, of
Union street, on the Sabbath.
Miss Mary A. Evans has returned
from a week's visit with relatives in
Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Watkins, of
Hullstead, were guests of relatives In
The members of the Hose company
will leave on the S.10 train this even
ing to attend the Parsons Hose com
pany's fair. All members who can
possibly do so, should'uttend.
Degree of Naomi, Ancient Order
Knights of the Mystic Chain, will
serve supper In Herbert's hall tomor
iow evening. The ladles have estab
lished a reputation for culinary art,
and all who attend will be well cated
for. Supper, ir cents.
The condition of Mis. Richards, ol
Moosic, has become quite critical, and
slight hopes are enteitulned of her re
covery. Joshua T. Jones removed his family
to Nnnticoke yesterday.
The Easter donation In St. Mary's
church amounted to $245.
Mrs. M, A. Flock returned yesterday
Miss Anna Walker, of Scranton, is
the guest of Miss Mary Brown.
Mrs. Sonrles and her family will
leave today to Join her husband in
Mrs. Frank Sanders and daughter.
Cora, of Delta, Col., arc spending some
time with friends hoie.
William Jennings, of the North End,
is suffering from a severe attack of
typhoid pneumonia at Pennsylvania
The Young Men's Institute will hold
their annual entertninmont und social
in Sarsfleld opera house this evening.
The tuneral of Martha, the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Alex Young,
took placo from their home, Sunday
afternoon. Deceased had been 111 of
bronchitis hut threo duys, when death
came Friday at ahout half-past four.
The wldo sympathy for Mr. and Mrs.
Young was shown by I ho largo attend
ance at tho services and numerous
beautiful Moral tributes. Interment
was made in Muiey cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, of Nun
tlcoke, spent Sunday with the former's
Bowers Berlew, of Wilkes. Baric,
spent Sunday in town.
Mr. and Mis, John Hobllng and fam
ily attended the funeral of the latter's
father at PlaliiBvillc, Sunday,
Mrs, IS. C. Nogle and duughter, Doro
thy, of West Plttston, spent Monday
with friends In town.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Monlngue en
tertained Mr, and Mrs. I'enlniun, of
Scranton, tho latter part of last week.
Ilev, A. W. Cooper left yesterday for
Wuveily, N, Y to attend tho Wyo
Fied Race was ti visitor In town on
Willard D, Howe, who nave such an
excellent Impersonation of "Christo
pher, Jr.," lost Friday cvrnlng In tho
Baptist chuich, Will appear In this
church again In tho near future.
Secretary George Maliy has moved
his family from Scranton to his sum
mer home here.
J1 TRADE: MARK' -
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leathers are critically examined before being cut and every part is made
rights and lefts. Such modeling prevents that only too common fault a
flattening of the arch of the foot.
The various branches of making a '4Sorosis" -Shoe is controll
ed by the best talent that can be had; every one a recognized
specialist in his particular line. This insures perfection, making
the "Sorosis" Shoe as perfect as any ladies' Shoe you may ever
hope to wear.
Such system and organization as is shown in the ''Sorosis"
factory does not exist in any other Shoe factory either in America
These conditions are known to us by personal observation.
We are satisfied in our own mind that the "Sorosis" Shoe for
women is the best made. Ladies who have worn them tell us
that the pronounced style and durability of the "Sorosis" does not
appear in other makes cf women's shoes.
Our Ladies' Shoe department is separate from any other in this store.
Our experienced fitters will help you in selecting the last and size precise
ly suited to your foot. When you are once fitted with "Sorosis" Shoes
we have no doubt of you future patronage. ,
(Displayed in our corner window the newest styles and lasts.)
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Never Lower 4 V "
I Theatrical. J
I.vriX.U-Tlio Ilg-tonliiu In "Maid Mail in."
At'.Ui:.M llaiiy JciiMik. Aft ci noon .md
M'Alt A I Hi'ou".' company, Atlcniouii .mO
The Hany Jenkins Company.
1 lie .tonkins lepcrtoirc iouiun, wliiili ln '.ecn
.idiiinin.; uiiiulitlul s.uci "sic in eury city it
'ut Mtnl nil mmmiii loutf, chhmI ,i uiik's in
K.iKc'innit ll-t Light to a irnuiU'il lioiiic lit the
Al.iiKini of Muilr.
''llic IMrishn Priiiecv," un tho opining bill.
The ltjiiini; Ui.ii.ii.tii, "I.micncc CUjni"ir,"
h.h portru.Mil most ii(upt,ihl, liy a Scranton
,ming nun, Will I'. llurKc. Ills work hid llic
llnUh of tilt I un- iitM, and I U feuaiiton fii"inh
ulio wop.' piiMiit to greet him on Ids iuv np
pc.iianti! lion1 In draiiu cn unstinted in Oisir
caIiIcihoi ff nppiciiathm. Ik csmh liotl, seri
ous anil conudy rolo und in to oppcu- at culi
Han. .Ii'iikln-', lliv I'ninedy ktar, is a ilrur fun
linker, and, liefurr tho "uok l oer, will lunc
mi fly anihoud hlnwlt wfdy iiuiong iscraiir.m'rt'
fjturlti 1'oincdl.nn. Li-oni Leslie, tho Ipuliiuc
lad-, i ,i lieiiitiful and nitl-tlu -oun? pli.wr.
Other K'i"'l pl.i.uirf anionic the lompiliy ,110
(iil.ildlne ltiudl, Mim 1'al-lR, Stella M niton,
Xkiii'k Mifaiin, (li.nlis K. CairuilierM, Jauifs II.
Mmkdulo and I'linik I.M li.
Iletwem the .u,ls niciiiltlii aie liitrodueoil in
tho idiapv ol illiu-tinlid foi'KS ly Will V, lliuko;
liiininlofluo mid iliiitiiH liy llnry .lenklns; an ec
(entile comedy e-kiti li by I'rank l.jneh nnd dine.
I ni,' nnu'lllo by tho Met ami family, four In
lids iiflrriinnil "A Ibmiaiico cf tin: Adlron.
ihuU" will lie nr.seiiteil, mid tlili ceniiic; "Ills
l.oid-ldp nnd the .vintor."
Al. Reovos' Company.
Al. Ileni.s and bis buneli of biirloqurrs er
Kii'CtiU with full bouses ul the Mar theater jr.
tenia). I'pon the whole, the troupe, is better
Hun iifinl tbLs trip. 'I lie olio j. were pro
K'ntecl by Mazuz mid Maztttte, who luie few
equals as ucrobats; llocy nnd bee; Cliff Cordon
und ollins. A novel hkettli by Mi ('alio mid H.i
bliio und 51 He. Vera, the ilaucrr, .i amoiiR the
good features. Al. Itoinci I'nil his banjo wcie
well rnchul b. hit uld friends. The popularity
of Al. is probably duo to the. fid tint bin lis
teiiiid are never lurra-M'd by the thought bo may
at an unepctted moment prlni; a new Joke,
As a rule he remains true to tradition and llie
uiidlomo kiioun jiut when to lauch without tak
ink' time to think It oer,
A laughable burlcvque at each end of the per
uriuaiHc ulTonU opportunity for the introduction
of Koine pleaklni; nuuieal iniinhiTS rendered by
1'aniiy Fein Thalchei' and boiilso Aubcr. Tho
ltcgcs lompany will be at (lie btar today and
lumurruw ultcinoou and cruiii(r,
William Maclloiuld Dorrimjlnn U the lianic of
a j.ountf bintone who will appear- tills firni
with the lloitonlaui, luins been mtraifrij lor
(heir comlni; tour, Ala.iA intnddil ol tnturln,'
,outhlul tabnt, the management o( tho lloton.
l:aiu arc hlghtly phaM'd with the cueccss Mr.
Dorrlnt'ton has made in principal lolrj. 'fho
ounn centlciuaii lias' .pont (eeral yean abroad
(cmplctint; l'1-t oeal etudlcd and upon the ai
counts eredltid in the European papers be will
tliortly tlgure proiidutntly before tho inujledoiln
public, .Mr. Dorrlu'loii I a ncphiw at Mllijin
II. M.icUoiuhl of I he lljitviilan, and bid tuvicu-
fill debut has Khcn this well Inown s!ng;r un
llelle Harper, a dainty joting soulnette, who is
ciediied with bcitii; a woithy sueecsior of llcj
Xellsen, Is a recent leerult to the ranks of the
IloMonians and has been teemed for principal so
prano roles. Miss Harper is kM to be iacIous
in inanucr, slnq;iiicT mid d indue: giatcfully, and
will bo beard hcic dmins the cnKugcment of the
I!ot(nil.iiifi. Uei o!co Is of eee)tlon.il iiiiujc
and ipiallty, ami its lleibiiltj and se.iettuss up
peils to all chste of music lor:s ullke. She
"Imts the :ole of Lady Vblan in ".Mild Marl 111."
The Ilitonian.s come to the I.mci.iii theater to.
"A Runaway Girl."
Aiii'iistin H..l.'s lemarkahly brlBbt and "atchj
musical comedy, "A Huniway tiiil," is evrrj
wbrro taken as .1 model and criterion in riakini;
coinpuions with others. Not u (rood ns "A
Uuniwiiy tllrl," honicthlni; like "A llunin iv
fllrl," not In the panin class us "A Ituni'Viv
tllil," copied from "A Itunawoy Olrl," don't
touch "A Runiwiy lrl," wait till joi svo "A
Itiunway (iirl," thin jnu will hoc a nm.lcil
These eiprr.s.slon ind mii other-, eipullj nun
pllmentary, aie often beaid In the lobhie, of the
liters and on the streets, whru uvisical pioduc
tions aie the Mibjcrl of conurMtloii.
Alice .Veiltcu his not been abh In lli.d ,111,1 rr.r
In London In bail, her ill .1 Kl.llld opeia M'litine,
and in 11 result hhe may letuin tu this lo.inhv,
uppeiilnc; In pieces limit; familiar llnw.
A perform nice for tin- benefit of lip McKlnle,
liiemorliil fund is to be (jlten at the dptra Com
Ique, 1'arN. Hirnhardt, Coqiiclln, .lean de llezko
mid many Wer Hithls hie utlered their rreiv.
tloorso Aleiandcr has deilded to Mt VmerU'i
In the autumn of 1D0J, making bis first trip
.um the Atlantic- as an ailei-iiianiger. lie will
npprar in Stephen Phillips' 'Tieila and Kr.in-
Charles 1'iolimaii hu the right to trsrunl him
keif as a grand mogul of tin- tln.itn. lb' Is
haid to bo tho cuvner of "It pla, iiuiiiges
tliiite-seun H.iis and lias il,'litii in f.'.T 111 tore of
inore nr less emliienco.
Kiin T. Jack's old liou.se In New Yoi' luis been
icflttcd by the fllbcy i.st.ito"aiul leased tu Clnilej
Kians and Sanmel Sliubert, The new place will
bo called the PrlnciV!. theater, anil 4 buece.-ful
London play will be luiiortrd to open the house,
lteKirt fruiu London are In tho elicit tint
when William (lilletle rloi.es his seasun In lint
city April 8 to begin 11 tour nf the prutinicc ho
will hao cleared a cool SIW.OOO (or himself since
lil tirt appearance In the big llrlllsli metropclU,
Helen Bertram, Iho former prima donna ol 1I10
niMtoulaiu, appealed lecenlly an Mini! ill "li
nolicine" in I'arl, iu which lolc hho was iredlted
with an artUtlv peiforuiaiue, MIjs llerlram has
been for some time past adiaiieiu; ber lnu,ical
btudlca In that city,
Special to (he Scranton Tribune,
Nlcholbnn, April !( Mrs, II. U. Bloat
and children npent Humluy In Klim
ley. Harold Casterllne, of Kcianton, Hpent
Sundny with 'ila unele, If, C, PrlBBS.
C. V. Osborne was a caller In HIiib
Oeoi-RO Pratt Ravo a pedto parly at
hi homo In Uacontown, Hntitrduy hIkIU,
A ilellghtful time was wpout, and at a
Heasonuble hour refieslimenta were
served. Those present were: Misses
Ruth Johnson, Uesale Stephens, Flor
piii'u Wllkins, Myra Maynard, Maine
lleajamln, Surah Prutt, Mesata. Will
Cioek, Fred Croe);, Glen l.oid, Jess Tif
fany, Gcoige l'ratt. LeClrand Stephens.
Gift Carnival Souvenirs
This Will Be Souvsnir Week at the Economy.
Ready for Distribution.
Every person presenting a Gift Carnival Ticket during the
five days, ending Saturday, April 19 will receive a handsome
Ait Souvenir of lasting value. It will beautify the home and
possibly remind the. recipient to always '.-Keep to the Eight," by
remaining an Economy patron.
Positively no Souvenirs given, unless a ticket is preseuted.
Distribution closes Saturday, April 19, 1903.
CREDIT YOU? CERTAINLY.
221, 223, 225 and 227 Wyoming Aveuue.
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WARREN EHRET CO.,
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teed for 10 years. Is absolutely
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' ing or any kind of coating. Write
us and our representative .will call
town or country.
VASSAR GRADUATE 'A SUICIDE.
Miss Granger, of Winsted, Wrecked
Health by Excessive Study,
liy rxilu.hu Wire from The Asm-c Utcl I'riwj.
AVInsted, Conn., April 11. Nervous
prostration, urouijlit on by exeesslvo
study and wenk a a teacher, led to
the suicide toduy of Miss May Clian
&er, daughter of S. K. Granger, of
Centre stteet, one of this town's lead
lug citizens, She drank piussie acid,
Miss Granger wan L'U year old anil a
graduate of Vabsar. class of 'OS. Dur
Ins her ccillego courte, Miss Granger
received high honors, winning a Gieek
scholarship at graduation, which en
titled her (o a year's pout graduate
study. Aftei yards t-ho liecaincj teacher
of Greek and German In tlio Ki?ne,
X. U., High school, bt,t wan compelled
on account of her health, (o eyp up
the position, , f , ,
Tho Fight at Braggs.
ly Kxc libit c Wire Irom 1 ho Aiwwijtwl Piw.
Miislogcv, I. T .prll II. It truiifplrc Uu
Inn twu i(rini urrn ttuunlcd in llie fight t
l;rjch'. in tliu L'lu'rokrc imlion, wlicrt- it Jt
irportcil juttrJay tlut (i;ur men liml bcrn Willcl
mi' I kuiciJI inijri'l. A dozen men quatrvll1!
ntc-r j nu4iitity o wbV.v. It i lclletti tlw
uounOcJ men will eiimr.
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