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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SAT UitDAY, MAY 24, 1902.
WAS LISTENED TO YESTERDAY
BY JUDGE EDWARDS.
Attorney M. J. Martin Mado the Ad
dress for tho Plaintiffs And At
torneys W. J. Hand and Arthur
Dunn for tho Defendants Jury in
the Rldgeway Dlvbrco Case Had
Not Agreed TJpon a Verdict at a
Late Hour Mrs Thiol Asksa
Before Judiro Edwards In court room
No, 2, yesterday, occurred the argument
In the caulty Btilt of George Slnlnwa
i nnd others, incmbers of the coiKjrcBii
tlon of tho Qrcok Catholic church, of
Olyplmnt, ngnlnst Rev. John Ardun und
others, oustor nnd trustees, to prevent
Father Ardnn from conducting services
In the church nnd tho trustees from
permitting any services save those of
the areek Catholic church from being
' conducted In the church.
Father Ardun, It will be remembered,
. was excommunicated by Bishop Hoban.
He printed un article in a Polish paper
which was in effect a defense of the
assassination of President McKlnley.
For this he was directed to present
himself before the bishop for discipline.
Instead of doing so, he wrote a letter
asking that his name be stricken from
the roll of priests of the Scranton dio
cese. Under the discipline of the church
his excommunication followed ns a
matter of course.
Father Ardan and a portion of the
congregation which sympathized with
him continued to hold services in the
church as an independent body. The
bill In ecjulty was asked to restrain
them from doing so, on the ground that
the church property was In the name
of the congregation of the Greek Catho
lic church of Olyprulnt, which was In
corporated for the purpose of conduct
ing religious worship In accordance
with the rites of the Greek Catholic
church. It was alleged that the church
could be used for no other purpose
while the property of the society which
called it into existence.
The testimony was heard several
weeks ago and yesterday the arguments
for the defendants were mado bv At
torney W. J. Hand and Arthur Dunn,
nnd for the plaintiffs by Attorney M. J.
Martin. They consumed the greater
part of the day. , j j.
P. Jordan nnd his son, Joseph Jordan,
against the Scranton Railway company.
The father Is to" receive 50 and tho son
$200 because' of the luttcr's Injury by
being struck and knocked down by a
Luzerne street car.
In the chbo of John J. Murphy against
Patrick Flnnerty, n verdict for tho de
fendant was yesterday returned by the
Mrs. Thiol Wants a Divorce.
Mrs, Catharine Thiol, through Attor
ney F. E. Boyle, ycKterdiiy filed papers
asking for a divorce from Charles Thlel,
to whom she was married October 5,
On Tuesday, she snys, Thlel vfan
drunk nnd abused her and she swore
out a warrant before Alderman Lenten
and had him put under ball for his ap
pearance at court. She declnres that
his abuse of Tuesday was the climax of
a long series of indignities which she
suffered at his hands and she deter
mined to seek a divorce.
Tho Thiols reside on Vino street, nnd
have for years been prominent figures
In tho red light district of the city.
Yesterday's Marriage Licenses.
CJcorgo W. Smith Old l''orgp
Sarah Nichols , Old Forgo
Knuil; Kliknnck , Mlnooka
Helen Uronkoska Scranton
TO PURCHASE LOTS
Building Committee Recommends
New Site for New No. 8 Pro
posed Bond Issue.
Ridgeway Jury Out.
When court opened yesterday morn
ing, Attorney Joseph O'Brien began his
argument tor Mrs. Mary Rldgeway In
the divorce proceedings begun by her
husband. Major Warren made the clos
ing address for Kidgeway, and at 11.30
Judge Purdy completed his charge, and
the lury retired to deliberate. At a late
hour last night it had not agreed upon
The cabc of Dr. J. S. Denston against
George Raw math for services in attend
ing him duiing a period of lllnebs, was
tried yesterday morning, before Judge
New comb. The juiy brought In a ver
dict In favor of tho plaintiff for $11.75.
Verdicts by ngt cement were taken
yesteulay morning in the case of James
The building committee of the bontd
of control at a meeting held last night
decided to recommend to the board the
advisability of purchasing three lots
on tho northeast corner of Cedar ave
nue and Maple street on which to lo
cate a new school building to take the
place of the present No. S school which
Is situated on the southwest corner of
the same two streets.
Options have already been secured on
these lots and the total cost will bo
about $16,000. The committee also de
cided to recommend that plans be pre-
pated for an eight-room building, co&t
not to exceed $2,500 per room, to be lo
cated on this new site. The architect
to prepare plans Is to be named by
the school controller ftom the eleventh
Tho committee favors leaving tho
present No. 8 building intact after the
new building Is erected. It is argued
that it could be put to a variety of use
ful purposes. One suggestion is that
it could be used for a manual training
school or as a homo for a permanent
night school such as It has been fre
quently proposed to establish.
Provision for the erection of this new
building will be made in the bond Issue
which will be made. Provisions for the
new No. 11 school for the Twentieth
ward, the erection of which has already
been authorized by the board must be
made in this bond Is.sue as well as pro
vision for No. 40 school, now In process
of erection In tho Second ward.
Allowing $20,000 for each of the first
mentioned schools and $36,000 for No. 10
school, this bilngs the total for .now
buildings up to $76,000. The $16,0000 for
flic purchase of the Eleventh wntd lots
must also be provided for as well as
the $19,000 due on the lots on Adams
avenue purchased fi oin the Home for ,
When Food Fails
of its Purpose
with consequent poverty
blood and energy
W TKAOB HARK.
is a sure and positive correc
tion. It aids digestion and is
in itself a food in liquid form.
Alt druggists sell it. Prepared only by
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis. U. S. A.
Brtbltrs ef tht famous Budwelser, Mlchalob,
BlacK A Tan. Pale-Lager, Fnuat, Anhouser
Standard, Export Pale and Exquisite.
make provision In this ordinance for
tho new heating and ventilating plant
for No. 2u school which Is to cost $7,000
nnd for tho Installation of a heating
plant at tho high school to cost about
This last Item, It is believed, will
work a great saving as at present the
district pays $2,200 a year to the Econ
omy Steam, Heat and Power company
for the heat furnished the high school.
Chairman Jennings of the high and
tralnlhg committee believes that $1,000
per year can bo saved If boilers are In
stalled In the high school.
President Gibbons favors making
provision In the bond Issue for the pay
ment of all outstanding accounts
against the distiict for building sites
purchased in past years. Six per cent
Interest Is being paid on these accounts
at present and it Is held that by Ihsulng
bonds this rate of interest can be re
duced to three nnd a half or four per
cent. If provision for the payment of
these accounts is made the total
amount of the bond Issue will fall very
little short of $tu0,000.
School Controller W. ,T. Welsh has
been ve:y anxious ever since he became
a member of tho board to have a new
building erected in the Ninth ward, but
he has now agreed not to press his
demand in this dhcctlon for another
DEATH ENDED THE SUIT.
Dixon Cannot Recover from the
A decision of the full bench pf the Su
premo court at Boston, Mass, on Thurs
day aflli ms the judgment of the Su
pcilor court in dismissing tho action
brought by Annie A. Dixon against
Ella M. Ammerm.mn to recover dam
ages for the loss of the society of her
husband. Dr. Joseph K. Dixon, foimer
pastor of tho Penn avenue church.
Plaintiff alleged Improper relations on
the part of the defendant with her hus
band. Mis. Ammermann, now de
ceased, was the widow of the late
The defendant died since the suit was
brought, and tho Superior com t, on
motion of counsel for the defense, dls
the Friendless. It Is also pioposcd to missed it. The plaintiff appealed and
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tho only question before the Supreme
couit was whether tho action survived
by force of public statutes.
Tho Appellate court holds that under
the settled construction of the statute,
the dismissal of the suit was right.
Mis. Dixon obtained a divorce front
her husband some months ago and also
an order fjpm tho court entitling her
to a portion, of tho estate left by Mrs.
Ammermann to Dr. Dixon.
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Gcore H. Lohmnnn, of AVIIlnw street,
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Vudor porch Shades
The modern porch shade for inside 0 outside use. Do
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The pulleys are metal thoroughly japanned and the cord is
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4 Feet by 8 Feet ;....$!. 60
6 Feet by 8 Feet 2.25
8 Feet by 8 Feet 2.75
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4-Quart 2.30. 6-Quart 2.95
Strawberry Hullers if you ask for them.c
Green Trading Stamps if you cut out th! coupon in last
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Underwear, Balbriggan.... 50c
Underwear, French elastic thread 75c
Manhattan Madras Shirts $1.50
Manhattan Air Cell Shirts 2.00
Manhattan Linen Mesh Shirts ; 2.50
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Sailor Blouse Suits from $2 to $6.
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"Hunan" Shoe for Men
If you visit our Shoe
Department on busy
days you'll be sur
prised at the number
of "Hanan" Shoes we
sell It's the old story:
ihe more we sell, the
more we shall sell, Good shoes are a continual ad
vertisement for the house that sells them. The
"Hanan" shoe for men is a good shoe; perhaps bet
ter than you realize. Let your next pair be "Hanan's"
then you'll know.
"Sorosis" for Women
We often hear the remark, "Sorosis" is so differ-
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