The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 19, 1902, Page 6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

5!:WitK iWltTOKasMWB': I III I II I I I I II Mil Mil I I II I I PI I Mill I I I I III I Ml P III 111
'" Joseph Green, an Eight-Year-QldBoy, Acci
dentally Shot His Sister with a Revolver.
Funerals, Accidents Other Notes.
A must ilUitrcssliiB accident occurred
yesterday morning lit 10.;!0 o'clock, at
the homo of Mi. unil Mrs, Joseph J.
Green, tit GUI North Sumner avenue,
when their 8-yeur-old .son, Joseph ac
cidentally shot his sister, Itomalnc,
need G years.
The family were moving their house
hold goods Into nn adjoining: house,
nnd the little fellow found u revolver
In a nuroau drawer. In handling the
weapon, he accidentally discharged It,
the bullet lodging: In the girl's brenst.
Hhe was standing In front of him when
the shot was llred.
The Injured child was removed lo
her home, and Dr. L. H. Glbbs sum
moned. The child remained conscious,
nnd suffered but little pain from the
injury, but the chances am thai It
will result fatally.
Last evenlntr Dr. Price toook nn X
rny picture which showed that the bul
lnt was lodged In the back close to the
vertabrac. She was then taken to the
Lackawanna hospital where Dr. Burns
and Allen cloe up an artery that had
been served by the bullet and made the
girl as comfortable as possible. It was
deemed unudvlsiible to try and remove
tlie millet at nils time.
Three Funerals Yesterday.
Tho remains of Cellu. the Infant
chilil of Mr. and Mrs. l'ctcr Uondl, of
AVcst Linden stiect, weie Interred in
the Cathedral cemetery yesterday after
inn i::.
ISev. I J. D. Hopkln, pastor of the
Khst Welsh Punt hit church, oflieiated
nt tho funeral ol Kdwln J., the young
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kvn.i D. Thomas,
yesterday afternoon. The services were
held at the house, 'M'i North Hyde
Park avenuer., and Intcrinciit was made
t'a.'iilirla temeterv.
Tlie funeral ol' Hie late Mrs. t'eha
Swift occurred .'estcrday morning from
th? house, L'01 Merldan street. a re
iliilein mass was celebrated nt. St
Patrick's Catholic church by Rev. J. .T.
Dunn, and int-"ui.'iit was nuicle ,i !he
Cathedral cemetery.
Chapter of Accidents.
Howard, the young son of Mrs. Harry
Phillips, of Washburn street and Gar
lleld avenue, was knocked from his
velocipede on South Hyde Park ave
nue last owning, and sustained bruises
about Hie head and body. He was run
down by a carriage owned by Jobu
Hlttcnhouse, of North Main avenue. Tho
little fellow was assisted into Mrs.
Joseph's house, and later taken to his
The Best Family Cough Jlcmcdy,
Dufour's French Tar,
for SaT by
101 S. Main ave.
1 at Favorable
I Fashionable Silks
Only five numbers in this
special offering, but they're five
good ones so good, in fact that
we do not hesitate to say that
they have rarely if ever been
equaled in value, when the fact
is taken into consideration that
every piece and pattern offered is
of this season's productions,
while the makes are, beyond all
question, the best of their kind
on the market
! Lot One
ig Colored cord "Jap" Wash Silks. Best quality and
none but the newest designs and choicest col
i$ ings. Of course the colors are pure. Think "17 n
B Ol III" pi ICC tti "
IS Lot Two
:$ . White cord "Jap" Silks; very best goods in a full
3 assortment of rare and
..Price now ,
! . ? I ' I ! -. I . I I I !
3 Lot Three
24-inch Fancy Foulard silks in the newest pat
terns and most desirable colorings. This silk is
fully guaranteed by us and the manufacture- IQ
ers 65c quality ,. 37L
Lot Four
24-in. Satin finish Foulards and printed "Liberty"
Satins. AH new and actually worth 85c the . Cq.
yard. Mow 37L
Lot Five
24 inch batin finish Foulards and Printed Satin
"Libertys." This lipe embraces all leading lQr
novelties of the season. Best $1 goods at OL
Globe Warehouse
A young man named Grcamo, residing
on North Itebecca avenue, fell from
hlB bicycle at the corner ot Lafayette
stieet and North Bromley avenue on
Tuesday and was rendered unconscious.
Ho soon recovered, and was ahslstcd to
his homo.
John Kdwnrds, ot 512 North Itebecca
avenue, met with a peculiar accident
on Tuesday, which rendered him un
conscious. He was engaged In paint
ing the depot at Mt. Pocono, when he
was struck on the head by a plank.
Later he was brought home nnd a phy
sician attended him.
Itay Lnncc, a boy residing In North
Decker's court, was knocked down by a
runaway horse on North Main avenue
Tuesday afternoon, and sustained
bruises about the head and face. ,
David Lewis, the 14-year-old sou of
John Lewis, tho Jackson street barber,
fell from a cherry tree, and struck
on it picket fence. His foot was quite
badly Injured, but otherwise he es
caped. McFadden. Camping: Club.
A number of West .Seranton young
men, who have organized themselves
Into the McFadden Camping club, are
spending tho summer at Lake Ariel.
The ofllcers of the club aie: President,
Joshua Kilns; secretary, Arthur
Thomas; treasurer, Thomas Kilns; trus
tees, Thomas J. Davis and Thomas
Last Sunday thl club held a song ser
vice at the Lake Ariel Methodist Epis
copal church, and yesterday they at
tended the Christian Endeavor con
vention In Wayne county. Next Sun
day they will take part in the services
at the Tunncrsvllle Methodist Episcopal
First Baptist Church.
The Young People's Union of the
First Baptist church will hold their an
nual entertainment, roll call and social
in the assembly room of the church this
George G. Mahy, secretary of the
Young Men's Christaln association will
be present and deliver an address. Prep
arations have been made for an enjoy
able evening, nnd It Is desired that all
members and friends attend.
Invitations h.ivo been issued for tlie
marriage of Kvim A. Dnvics, of Taylor,
and Miss Kvn C. Davids, of Sttt lOynon
e.lrcet. The ceremony will be performed
by Tlev. S. V. Mathews nn Wednesday
eenlng. June 2i. at tlie home of tlio
young lady's parents.
Mls.s Kiitliou Miilonry, of I'ittstnn, Is
spending a few days with West Seranton
The Electric city Wheelmen will hold
n Meg and smoker at tlie olub house on
Thursday evening. June W.
John Jeffreys., of Hampton street. Is on
a iishlmr trip to Lily Lake.
The ofliclnl hoard of the Simpson Metho
dist Episcopal church held a meeting
beautiful designs. '2'l-
3i 2"
ssst I I1 I '
lust evening to consider tho contem
plated Improvements which will be made
on tho church.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho Ply
mouth Congregational church met yes
terday and adjourned for tho summer
Alfred f . Cook nnd Wendell Kvans have
returned home from a sticccsnit fishing
trip nlong the Susrittchnnna river.
Charles Klmmlck, Jr., of Bwctland
street, and Prank Smith, of North Lin
coln avenue, aro fishing at Lenox, Bus
uuelummi county.
Dr. Cramble nnd daughter, Mnzlc, of
Boston, aro visiting among West Scran
ton friends,
Now tiro plugs have been placed nt the
corner of Garfield avenue and SWctlnnd
street, and Sumner avenuo and Bwctland
Mr, and Mrs. Conrad Lot!!, of South
Mnlu avenue, have returned homo from
their wedding trip, nnd will begin house
keeping Immediately.
Mlsi Hazel Davis, of Dloomflcld, N. J.,
I tho guest of her grandparents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Watklns, of Lafayette
Mrs. William Slnipktns and son, Charles,
of Uloomflcld, N. J., nro also visiting re
latives on Lafayette street.
E. L. Warren, of this side, and Miss
Olive Anderson, of Madlsonvlltr, were
united In marriage recently by Rev. J. B,
Sweet nt Blnglinmton.
Garfield Jones, of Acker livenue, met
with an accident while nt Plttston re
cently, and Is confined lo his home.
Miss Jennie Lewis, of Division street,
Is spending a few weeks with relatives at
Spring Brook.
Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, ot Hampton
stiect, Is conflcnd to her home by Illness.
'Mrr. Kdwln G. Reese, of South Main
avenue, has returned home from a visit
with her sister, Mrs. James B. Lewis, of
Mrs. C. W. Stoddard, of Hnllstead, has
returned home from a visit with West
Seranton friends.
James Japllng, of Inkerman. has
returned home from a visit with his
daughter, Mrs. W. A. Rcld, of Jackson
Mallcarrler Elenzer Evans, of North
Bromley avenue, is confined to his home
by illness.
Members of the various lodges to which
the iale William G. Williams belonged are
requested to meet at their respective halls
tomorrow afternoon in time to march
with their brothers to the house nt 2.S0
Miss Martha James, of Plymouth, Pa.,
Is spending her vacation with West Side
At si meeting of the Ripple division, No.
4.". Sons of Temperance, held In Red
Men's hull Monday evening, it was de
cided to engage one ot tlie foremost phy
sical culture teachers to come and de
liver an address, June 27. nt the Jackson
Street Baptist church. Tho speaker will
be Prof. Bernard MacFndden. of New
York. The net proceeds of tlie lecture
will b'e given to tho United Mine Worker's
of America, to help them on In their just
struggle for better conditions.
Tho congregation of tho Sumner Ave
nue Presbyterian church will meet to
night for tho purpose of electing trustees
Dr. MuLeod, of the First Presbyterian
church, will lie In charge. All members
of the congregation are requested to be
Tlie upholstery business of John Snyder
has been moved to the building formerly
occupied by the Seranton Stopper works,
on Albright avenue.
Gospel tent meetings will be held at the
old Driving park this evening at 7.45, and
will be continued every evening.
Wanted A ease of lame hack, lumbago
or kidney trouble that cannot be relieved
or cured by Knight's Kidney Pills. Box
containing m pills, llfty cents. Charles P.
Jones, sole agent, r,57 Dickson avenue,
Seranton, Pa.
J,MKS T. LUTTON, one or the city's
oldest printers, died yesterday morning
at 11 o'clock at the Hahnemann hospi
tal of rtright's disease, aged 61 years.
The deceased came to this city thirty-
live years ago and worked nt his trade
of printer in valious ollices until 1SS5
when lie established Hie Lackawanna
Democrat. This passed Into other hands
in u. short time and he started tho
Lackawanna Intelligencer which lie
conducted for four years, disposing of
it then to the late Marlon Staurt Cann,
who made of It a Sunday paper. He
also conducted papers in Plttston and
Dunmore and at the time of his death
was running a weekly paper at Moscow.
He was at one time foreman of the Re
publican and later of tlie Times, when
the late J. C. Coon was editor. Ho was
also lately employed in F. H. Gerlock's
job printing establishment. Ho is sur
vived by bis wife and son and one
'daughter. The family home is at 122G
Mulberry street. Mr. Lutton had many
traits out ot the ordinary, the most
conspicuous being his tendencies to
wurds occultism. He was a deep stu
dent of the mysterious and a practition
er of clnlrvoyancy. Though eccentric
In some things, lie was the soul of good
fellowship and a most honest and up
right ninn.
years, died Tuesday night at his home,
513 South Hyde Park avenue, after a
brief illness. Deceased was born In
Wales and came to Seranton in 18S2,
having since resided here. Ho was a
member of the Tabernacle Congrega
tional church, Electric City lodge,
Knights of Malta; Knights of Pythias,
Knights of the Mystic Chain, Sons of
Cambria, Central Mine Accidental
Fund, and the Central local of the Uni
ted Mine Workers of America. He Is
survived by his wife and seven children,
LUiiie. Mary, Jennie, Nellie, Thomas,
William and Tudor. The funeral ser
vices will be held at the houso at 2,30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and at 'A
o'clock at the church. Key. D. P.
Jones will, and Interment will
bo made in the Washburn street ceme
tery. JOHN J, CAWLUY died last night at
his home, 1019 Price street, after a
short Illness. Ho had been ill only since
last Monday. Tho deceased was a na
tive of West Seranton and was born
September IS, 1S07. Ho was outside
foreman at the Columbus colliery where
he had worked for some years and was
highly respected by a wide circle of
friends. He Is survived by a wife and
seven children: William, Elizabeth,
Loretta, Mary, Arthur, Gertrude una"
John. Tho funeral will take place Sat
urday mornjng at 9 a. in, from St. Pat
lick's church. Interment In Cathedral
EDYVAHD J. HOWARD, school direc
tor, passed away at his home on Duu
moi e street, in Olyphant, last night, nt
8 o'clock, after a lingering Illness of
Brlght's disease, Deceased was a son
of Lawrence Howard, He was born In
Olyphant ill years ago where he was
very well known, having served U tho
borough as burgess, councilman mul
was at the time of his death school til
rector of tho First .wflrd. Besides his
father, he Is survived by the follow
Ing brothers and sisters: Mrs. Philip
Hustings, Mrs, James CaBey, Michael
and Lawrence Howard. The funeral
will be announced (alter,
years, died early yesterday morning at
her home, 717 South Main avenue. De
ceased suffered a stroke of paralysis a
few days ago. which hastened her
denth. She was born In Wales and re
ldod In Seranton thlrty-nlx years. Mra.
Davis was a member ot the First Bap
tist church, nnd In AUrviVed by eight
children, Mrs. Evan Edmunds, Mrs.
John Thomas, Miss Mary Davis, Evan
I John, Edward D Harry M nnd
Thomas J. Davis. Tho funeral will
take place on Saturday nftornoon.
MAY FARLEY, three year old
daughter of William H. Farley, died at
the Hahnemann hospital after an oper
ation for appendicitis. Funeral service
at tho homo ot the parents, 1346 Wyo
ming avenue, Friday, June 20, nt 8 a.
m. Interment at Lewlsburg, Pn.
HENRY WINKLER, an nged resident
of the South Side, passed away yester
day at tho family home, 421 Willow
street. Tho deceased was 74 yeats ot
age, and Is survived by a wife, a broth
er, nnd a sister. Tho funeral will take
place tomorrow afternoon,
WILLIAM MEISTER, the three year
old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Moist
er, died yesterday nfternoon at 3
o'clock. The little one Had been serious
ly 111 for some time, nnd his death was
expected. The funeral will take place
nt 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
MINNIE F. L. HAIIRIS, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Harris, died yes
terday at 440 Alder street, aged 1 year
and 10 months. Funeral from her late
home Friday morning nt 10 o'clock, In
terment nt Forest Hill.
HAROLD NEHER, tho eight weeks
old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Neher,
died yesterday at the parents home, 429
Taylor avenue. The funeral, which will
be private, takes place nt 2 p. m. this
They Won Three Games from the
Cambrians Last Night and Now
Lead the Independents,
The Arlingtons, by winning three
games from the Cambrians last night
fall into first place in tlie Seranton
Howling league. The North Endcrs
were easy meat and were never In the
game for a minute. This is shown by
the following score:
J. Kiefer H2 13 1OT- 487
II. Klcfcr 13S l.VJ 185 4a
C. Kiefer 321 Hit 17!l-404
P. AV. Roll 14r, 12S J.",! 427
Hopkins 173 17S 19J r,
722 782 S79-23M
Davis 131 IhS 127 I2fi
Kvans 1M) 117 119 VM
Larc Ih0 Ml 155 179
Gillespie 121 IIS 113- 'M
G. Davis 117 13.1 317-397
6S9 700 Giil 20M
High score Hopkins. 392.
High average Hopkins, 181.
The Franklins and the Independents
bowled throe closely contested games on
the Elk alleys. The Independents won
tho first but dropped the next two.
Jones and Lltt falling down in tlie
second and third respectively. The
Phillips 14.1 171 1.-6-473
Blreher 207 3.V. 16.1 CM
Davis 137 177 323437
Andercgg 1,SJ 1.17 2n2 517
Rhlel lit i:,", 3111431
7.71 S20 S05-23S1
Pecklns ISrt 183 117 SIi,
Jones 15.1 115 Itil 43
Lift 131 119 10(1 3$i
Wedeman IS.", tiv; 1, if 50.1
O'C'onncll 112 3119 3i;: 173
799 782 733231 1
High score Blreher. 207.
High nveragc Blreher, 173 1-3.
The South Sldo team went down and
out to the West Slders last night. They
lost the third and last game by tho
narrow margin of two pins. The score:
Coons 192 392 331 533
Thomas IV, 322 190 453
Jones 13S IIS 3i.0 ll3
Rothermel 374 JSS 112 50f
Rowlands 10S 312 317397
7S3 702 780-2337
SOUTH SIDE. ir,0 3Crt r,s 494
Evans 157 332 390479
Zelsman Ill 12S 149391
Murphy 351 323 3ii5 412
Frank Roll 311 337 10 list
72rt CS6 77S-21JO
High score Coons, 192.
High avorage Coons, 178 1-3.
The standings of tho teams In the
lencue are now as follows:
Won. Lost.P.C.
Arlingtons is 0 .75')
independents 12 i; ,t;7
Franklins ....4 14 30 .583
West Sldo 14 30 .583
South Sldo 10 20 .33.1
Cambrians 5 19 .208
Wo Know What
Is going to happen to the little boy who
is stuffing himself with green apples. A
grown man couldn't be induced to try
that experiment: and yet the grown man
will overload himself with indigestible
food for which he will pay a greater
penalty than colic. It is this careless
and thoughtless eatine which is the be
ginning of stomach trouble and all its
painful consequences.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery cures dyspepsia and other forms of
"stomach trouble," It restores the .weak
and run-down man or woman to sound
"Some time has elapsed since I have written
you iu regard to the treatment I have been
taking under your instructions," says Mr, K. I'.
Cingmars, of Minneapolis, Miun. "When first
I commenced taking your remedies I was under
treatment of a well-known specialist Iu this city
(and had been for four mouths), for catarrh,
aud especially stomach trouble, and I was
rapidly getting worse. Got so bad that I could
not eat anything that did not distress me
terribly, ana I was obliged to quit taking the
doctor's treatment entirely. I was greatly re-
uucca in uesh. As a last
resort I wrote to you
uuu siaiea my case, aim,
after rccciviuc vour in
structions 1 tallowed
them closely. After
takiug five bottles of Dr.
fierce1 Golden Medical
Discovery and one vial
of his Pleasaut relicts
I commenced to Improve,
and decided to continue
the medicines aud ob
serve your instructious
regarding hygituic treat
ment. It is now nearly
six months since I com
menced your treatment
and I can say that I am
well and never felt belter
in my life. Am very
grateful to you for what
your niediciue has done
lor rae."
Dr. Pierce's
Pallets cure
biliousness and
ick headache.
t:i ,
In Eight of tho Cases Women Were
the Applicants for the (Divorces,
nnd the Ground In Almost Every
Case Was Abuse and Desertion.
End of Argument Court Court
Adjourns Until he Midsummer
Motion Day Marriage Licenses.
Court House News Notes.
Court before adjourning for tho sum
mer vacation yesterday handed down
decrees In divorces In eleven cases,
Those divorced were:
Louise Kltllo from Harry E. L. Kittle.
Qwcndolln Bennett fuitn O. II. Bennett.
Adon W. Cramer from Elizabeth Cra
mer. Florence Smith from Edwin W. Smith.
Philip Roll from Agnes .L Roll.
Phlloponu Christ from Simon Chi 1st.
Maggie I hurls from Fuller IlnrrK
Frances E. Simpson from AVIIilum J.
Olive Plcdgtmnn from Frederick Pledge
man. Thomas Rowlands from Elizabeth Row
lands. Elizabeth Krclger from August W.
Sirs. Kittle was srnntcd her divorce
on the ground of desertion. They were
married In July, 1S93, nt Wllkes-Barrc
and she now resides at Sehultzvllle, this
county. He did not support her ade
quately and titter two years of married
life he deserted her.
Gwendoln Bennett nnd O. II. Bennett
were married Dec. 4, 1901, by Rev. 'Wil
liam Davis ot the Welsh C. M. church,
of Bellevue. From the day of their
marriage he was abusive to her and
after four weeks of married life ho
left her. During that period he fre
quently remained away from home all
night. They made their homo with
Mrs. Bennett's sister, Mrs. John Davis.
Adon W. Cramer who lives at "Wini
mers was deserted by his wife Elbabetli
E. Cramer who went to Cortland, N.
Y with her two children to live with a
man named Sampson. The Cramer's
were married Sept. 30, 1SS.3, at Holllster
vllle, Wayne county. The children aro
now with their father.
Mrs. Florence Smith was married to
Edwin W. Smith on Nov. 20, 187G, at
Pruncton, Washington county, Maine.
In 1901 they lived at 1352 Sanderson
avenue, Green Ridge, and Smith formed
the acquaintance of Miss Kcnnlvnn, a
trained nurse, iho hnd rooms at Mul
berry street and Franklin avenue. Ho
courted her under the name of Barton.
In April, 1901, Mrs, Smith went to Bos
ton to visit relatives and during her
absence. Miss Kcnnlvnn was installed In
the house as housekeeper. June 21
following Smith eloped with Miss Ken
nlvnn aud they weiit to Havana, Cuba.
Phlllo yv. Roll married Agnes .1.
Roll, from whom he was yesterday
divorced, on May 30, 1890. Sho had
previously been divorced from "Sandy"
McWilllams. The Rolls had trouble al
most from the time of their marriage
and she left him a number of tlmcM.
She has not lived with him now for two
yea rs.
Pbilopena Christ nnd Simon Christ
were married In 1895 by Alderman Storr
and three years kiter her husband left
her. She has not seen him since.
Maggie Harris and Fuller Harris
were wedded in Binghamton in May,
1892, and four months later Harris
deserted his wife and has not lived
Willi her since. She now lives nt 421
Madison avenuo. Harris' whereabouts
arc unknown.
On Feb. 13, 1S67. Frances S. Simpson
and William J. Simpson wero married
and lived In Dunmore for thirty years.
They separated in January, 1899, be
cause Simpson drank heavily and failed
to support his wife. Ho now lives In
In tlie case of Olive Pledgeman
against Frederick licdgeman, who weie
married April 27, 1S99, in Waverly, N.
Y., tho cause of their troubles is set
forth to some extent by the following
excerpt from Mrs. Plcdgoman's testi
mony: "What was tho first 'trouble?" "He
got drunk and abused me."
"When was that?" "The Fourth of
"What did ho do to you at that
tlmo?" "Ho got drunk and went to
singing blackguard songs between 12
and 1 o'clock at night."
"Wero you in bed?" Yes sir."
"What did ho do?" "Ho rose up and
slapped my ears because I would not
listen to his blackguard songs."
"Dirty songs wero they?" "Yes sir."
She nlso testified that he locked her
out of the house one night and nailed
the doors and windows so that sho
could not got In. Ho proposed to her
on ono occasion that they open a house
of ill-fume. After ono of the beatings
he gave her sho had him arrested and
on Aug. 20, 1900, sho left him. Sho Is
now earning a living us a servant. Ho
resides at Dunmore.
Thomas Rowlands was cranted a
divorce for (lie reason that at tho
time he married Elizabeth Rowlands,
July IS, 1894, before that and since she
was the common law wife of her step
father, John Davis. She In the mother
of three of tho latter' children.
Elisabeth Kreigcr and August W.
Krleger wero nindo man and wife Oct.
3, IS90, In this city. Krleger abused his
wifo In many ways and on March II,
IS97, deserted her.
Argument Court.
Tho business to come before tho
Judues In argument court was complet
ed yesterday and court adjourned until
tho midsummer motion day, Common
pleas fuses wero acted upon as fol
lows: ftovert-cd 12. Townsend ngiilnst Lewis
Cohen, ccrtloiarl,
Argued A, D, .Dean, trustee, nKiilimt
H. .M. Whiton and others, trustee, rule for
now tiiul and to lllo amended ntntcmoiit;
commonweulth ex, tel. James !', Noouo
iK.'ulnst John I Kelly, demuirer; D.mlel
Holland agulnst V. (I. llaitletl, rulu In
amend action; .Mary .Mmigan against F,
C, I'llger, nilo why appeal should not bo
Submitted David J, Kdwnpls against
Ttuth Edwards, rule for decree, iu divorce;
l'hlllp Itoll against Agues J, Itoli, rulu
for decree In divorce,
Rules Absolute Harriet Seeger against
A, Sucger aud otlieis, exceptions Iu ufll
davit of defense and rule for judgment;
New York tMutual Savings aud Loan
association uguliist S. J. Matthews ami
others, exception to uflidavit or defeiiho
and rule for judgment; Jacob Stclnbeig
against L. Freedmun, rulo for, security
for costs; New York .Mutual Savings and
Loan association against S. J. Mutthows.
exceptions to uflidavit of definite and
rule for judgment. I
Tlie quarter hesslons Hat was dis
posed of In this manner:
Continued Commonwealth against Alex
Luvan, rulo to remit forfelluie; common
wealth against John Mulloy (two cuscs)',
( Summer t Needs
Women's Lawn Dresses,
Suits and White Pique Skirts
Every garment made oHhe best materials and marked at a prlca
that will make new records for this store.
Find the Number 929
A skirt that is made of medium cord white pique,
5 gores, lap seams, stitched, 12-inch deep -flounce, with
a heading of one inch self band. Priced at
Our Number 616 Skirt Made of good quality white pique, 5
gores and trimmed with 2 rows of embroidery Insertion -, Q
graduate flounce. Marked at "... JJ 1 ,9o
No. 927 Skirt Made of extra quality white plque,3'rows
of orie Inch band of same material, has graduating flounce, at p2,5
Look for No. 930 Skirt and
you will find one made from im
ported white pique. A perfect
model, 6 rows of cording and one
inch bands of self pique. A gar
ment usually priced
$4.50. Marked by us
at i)3.9o
Newest styles in Dimities, Lawns Swiss Suits and
Dresses, at a range of prices from $1.98 to $18.50
EXTRA Choice lot of white and black China Silk Waists. Hot
weather comforts at $2.98, $3.98,
Ask to see them.
Pearl Buttons
3 sizes in ball Pearl Buttons, fine finish, a style that Is very much
in demand for shirt waists and dresses and at 15c, 18c and 20c a dozen
less than ordinarily paid for such quality,.
Ready-made clothing that is wanted every day.
Children's Outing Flannel
Skirts Plain and fancy colors,
stripes mostly. Priced . ,
at 15C
Children's Muslin Gowns
Size 1 to 8 years. Priced ,
at 29c
Children's H. and W. Waists-
A well known brown brand. Priced
Women's Girdle Corsets
trimmed top and bottom. White,
Ex-Governor Joslah Grout, of Vermont,
on slRnhiR the 1)111 for OhtAipiitliy: "OMeopsilhy lin.s been tried' by the lead
iiiK men nnd women of the Suite, nnd they nil testify to its meritR. We will
Klvo it a chance." He 1ms never resetted MKiihiff the bill. Dr. Fnnnan.
Osteopath. 3XOT N. WiihhuiKtnn nveinie, and Oil Mnden street, Rcrnntnu. Pa.
Consultation, Examination, I.tter.ituie. and Advice. Free. Lady iiMlstniits.
lloth 'phones.
Wednesday, June 25th.
aano5aLm:vandEi.i&5pw,mDepot Bauer's Pull Orchestra
Tickets Adults, $1.00: Children, 50 Cents.
S 00000000XX0X0X0X00XX0
Ex-Governor John P.
"When nresrrlntlniu, and drugs wero as Ineffectual as empty words, It enran to
the rescue of 'myself "nn.l Mrs. Altgeld. and dUFthnt which other t h ngs , bad
failed to do Honor those to whom honor Is due." For Osteopathic treatment
in Green Ridge, go to I ho Green KldKO Sanitarium, 1530 N. Washington ave
nue.-Dr. Herbt. I. Furman, mi periuicnueiu.
rules to remit costs; overseers of tho poor
of Salem township, Wayno county,
against overseers of tho poor of Spring
Uroolt township, Lackawanna county,
tulo on overseers of poor of Spring Ilrook
township to pay costs; commonwealth
iiguliibt David J. Kdwards, rulo to show
ciuimj why tho order heretofore mudo
shall not bo suspended; commonwealth
against Yustln AVolonlcz, appeal from
summary conviction.
Off List In ro overseers of tho poor of
Lako township against overseers of poor
of Carbondale township, rulo to show
i-aiibo why nn attachment shall not Issue;
commonwealth against Harry Kvnns (two
cases), nilo to iuash Indictment,
In tho case of tho commonweulth
against J, Seldmun, the rulo to remit
costs was discharged nnd In the case
of tho commonwealth against Kruest
A. Tiffany a rule to remit costs was
made absolute,
Orphans' Court Matters,
Judg'o A. A. Vosburg yestorday handed
down an opinion and decreo iu tho estato
of Joseph L. liippU. deceased, pabslng
upon tho exceptions filed to tho Inventory
mid widow's appraisement. Tho excep
tion alleging that the goods wero ap
praised ut too low ii ilsiuo is overruled,
but tlio exception that certain of tho per
sonal pioperty of tlio .decedent had been
improperly omitted from tho Inventory,
s sustained to the extent of ono share of
tho stock of tho Clark's Summit Mann
Inclining coiiuuinv, valued at Mj.'.'j.
All mdet was also handed down fixing
tho healing in tho Injunction proceedings
iu tlio Jnuo Sweet Hunt estato for Wed
uebday, Juno J.", ut 10 a ,m.
Yesterday's Mmiloge Licenses,
Frank Iloerwuzluskl ,, Seranton
Itoso Sahara ,,,.,.,. Seranton
Frank WatlUns ,..., Seranton
Jennto Myers ,., , ,. .Seranton
Alex. Kethel , .Hallway, N. J.
Sarah lv'vans ..,.,...,.., Sciuuton
John Dougherty ......... ,,...AVIIkesaiurro
Mary Uurke
No. 928 Skirt is very stylish,
made from wide cord Imported
white pique.has three bands of pique
like goods and 2 rows of one Inch
embroidery insertion. Nothing bet
ter for the value ever shown in this
city. You can't buy the .
material alone for our price 49o
$4.98 and $5.98.
Infants and Children's
Dresses Sizes from 1 to 3 years,
made with yoke, trimmed
with ruffle. Marked at . . ZoC
Children's White Aprons
Made from nainsook check em
broidery and lace t.Immed
at 25c
All slzes.taped buttons. ,
Made of fine coutille lace,
pink and blue, at 5UC
Altgeld, of Illinois:
Michael Tekur
Susan Onofrey
Domenlco Andnnio Cunt is ...
Fortuuatu Mouuca
William Rowland Davles, At,
Helen C, Hard
Otto II. Slender
Margaret A. Munro
Thomas Percy Morris
Kdlth Cornelia King
John L. Meiiulg
Rose Genthcr
Court yesterday decided to hear nrgu.
meat III tho poor board case early In July.
Charles A Uellu" was yesterday ad
mitted to practice at tho Uickawunna bar
on motion of Attorney C II. Welles,
Tho wilt of alternative mandamus of
tlio borough of Diumioin against Myron
S. Knight was yesteiduy made returnable
August 11 Instead of June IS. It having
been found Impossible up to dato to got
service on Knight.
Court yesterday appioved of tho lillli
of John J. O'ole, H, J, Richard and W,
H. Dlehl for sets Ices as vlawcis ot th
Nineteenth distilct main sower of this
city. Tho bills follow; O'Uoylo, 51.1SI;
Richard, Jl.'.'SI: Dlehl, jfl.SSI.
Couit peimltted tho" city jeMeulay to
amend liens against tlio following for tho
paving of Sandeison avenuo; Mrs. J. F.
Thompson, II. H. Sturges, Dr. Theodora
Bureth, Mrs. Hannah Merriani. Arciihald
Marvin, Mrs. Andrew Nlcol, Dr, II. H.
Lackey, Fred Lchr, Jacob Jollier, Thomas
Lucas, V S. Jones, Thomas Flynn, II, K.
and C, W, Dawson, J. L. Clark, Calb
orlno Chambers. .Mary H. nivek, Geoige
L. Hieck, (I, D. Urown, M. D. IJrown, Dr,
J. K, llontley.
In tho case of George II, Winans against
Georgo G. Wlnaus, the court yesterday
made absolute tlie rulo granted June 11,
mid decreed that tlio schedule of distil
billion in tho llual report of tlio master
Iu this case ho so amended that tlio share
distributed to the Title 'Guaranty ami
Trust company be reduced from J1T.1j3.3J
to JltiXU.S;', aud that tlie amount of suld
reduction to wit, J1.1W bo distributed t.'
Victor Koch.
u yr J