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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, JULY 28, 1902.
Dr. L Lyon's
SCRANTON'S EFFICIENT POLICE FORCE
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Latest Group Picture of Recorder Connell, Director Wormser, Superintendent Dan,
Captains, Lieutenants, Sergeants and Patrolmen of the Depart
ment of Public Safety.
. PERFECT, '
TJsod?by pooplo of reflnoment
for over a quarter of a century,
100 pieces which Is a service for 12 persons, best oercefaln, "
new ana nanasomeiy moaeiica, an assortment, or tasty lloral dec-
oratious, gold handles aa Wflll as gold tracingaround the handles.'
Dinner Sets, $9.75.
The past few weeks there has- been a number of persons,
sranrfers to us, after making purchases, remanked that they had
no idea they could buy such choice goods for-such a small sum, of
money. Because we sell fine wares, does not signify wefare
high priced. '
Geo; V. Millar & Co. 134 Wyoming'Ave.
Walk in and Look Around
The Now Citizens nulldlng and
Loan Association will loan $1,000
at $10 11 month, rays C lcr cent,
on stock payments. Fines aio only
1 per cent.
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IIENnY J. SSIEOMSn, President,
Ml Cedar Avenue.
T. J. SNOWDKN. Vice President,
Mnison & Snowden Lumber Co.
HENRY F. ZlKfll.BH, Secretary,
Zippier & Schumacher.
H. T. HAKDKIt. Treasurer,
M2 Adams Avenue.
john scmctrnn. .m..
Penna. Halting Co., 310 Elm St,
WILLI Alt DKI.KB,
12H Mulberry Street.
JACOH 1 MILLER,
Ins. Apt. 41 1 Hoard of Trado Bids.
110 Ninth Street.
ROBERT P. KOK FILER.
rr.7 Linden Street.
fan S. Irving Avenue.
Alderman Meyer's Office.
R. A. ZIMMERMAN.
Attorney, 414 Board of Trado Bids.
HENRY J. SPRI'KS.
Of Spruks Brothers.
Y "They Draw Well." 6
l Morris' Magnet Cigars $
Y Tho best 'nluo for 5 cents. O
V Try one nnd you will smoko no
X All the leading brands of He.
v clprars at $1.75 per box. or fi for 2."ic.
0 Tho largest variety of Pipes and
Tobaccos In town.
E. C. MORRIS,
v The Cigar Man
0 325 Washington Avenue.
In and About
Superintendent Day on Vacation.
Superintendent of Police Lona B. D.iy,
with his wife and child, aie spending a
tf'ilw ilnvs nt T.nni? Ttmnnh. P.mtnln
I'l'liomus L. Williams is in charge of the
dcpartm.ht during Supcilntendent Day's
Sold Without a License.
I Thomas Ilnudy, a huckster, was ar
rested on Saturday by Patrolman David
J. Davit., for violating a city ordinance
by selling yithout a license. Ho was sen
tenced to thirty days In jail, or $15 lino.
He paid the line.
Board Meets Tonight.
A mectlns of tho board of control will
bo hold tonight. It is likely that repre
sentatives of the comnanies which re
cently bid on tho bonds i&bued by tho
school district will be present and given
a hearins by the members.
Will Parade This Evening.
Tho members of tho Scranton Bartend
ers' union will parade this evening:, ad
vertising their excursion to Mountain
Park tomorrow-. A meeting was held
In Raub's hH yestoiday afternoon to
complete the .ivramjemcnts.
Girl Without a Home.
Mary Ruddy, aged 17 yeais, was found
Indoiins about tho stieets of North
Irnnton early Satuprd.iy morning by
ouienant 1'nimcr. She was without a
home, and was given In chargo of Mis.
Duggan, agent of tho Boaid of Associated
' Released from Penitentiary.
"Patrick Battle, who has boned Mx
.years in tho Eastern penitentiary for
killing Frank Stravonlskl with a stono
n tno old White House, at Pciui nvemio
jnd Center street, In 1VJ0, has been re
leased. His teim was shortened by
Struck by Pitched Ball.
A youiur man named Toole, who lives
on Linden street, was .struck by a pitched
bill jesterduy afternoon, while playing
,.ltase ball near tho Scranton Railway
"company's power lini. on tho Provl-
Ldenic road. Dr. J, F. Saltry was sum-
Ijponc.t unit luunu Toolo buttering from a
;contdslin of the scalp, tho ball having
viruoK im in tno ion. temple. After a
few minutes' attention, tho young man
lumo to himself and was ablo to walk
lo his home, llttlo tho wot so for his uc-
ACCUSED OF STEALING.
Two Mlnooka Men Arrested on
Charge of Larceny.
John Moron and John McCarthy,
both of Mlnooka, were arrested by Pa
trolmen James Thomas and William
Morgans ut the Delaware and Hudson
station Saturday evening for being
drunk and taking a pair of shoes and
a satchel belonging to S, A. Faulkner,
They wcro arraigned hi police court
yeaterduy morning, when tho prose
cutor appeared against them, and each
were lined $10, They paid their tinea
and were released.
GRIFFIN ART SHOP I
211 North Wnshlngton Avenue,
Because this proposition has been so thoroughly appreciated,
and that none holding coupons may be disappointed va extend
the following until Wednesday, July 30:
For the next four days this unparalleled offer Is made to any
one who presents this "ad" at the studio on or before Wednes
day, July 30, wo will make one dozen of our
$4.00 Imperial Cabinets for $2.00
Without this couDon the
Mr, griffin, Himself
poiiH vet the new address,
The Tiibuno herewith nresents tho
latest nnd best group picture of thu te
oig.mlzed polico foieo and heads of de
partment or public safety, including all
tho old. new and reappointed officers em
ployed by tho city under the second class
city charter. Tho plettno includes tho
ten men recently appointed, making a
total of sixty-six offlceis. The names of
the men, fiom left to right, acioss each
lino Is ns follows:
James R. Thomas. 'Thomas Glmmell,
"Hezeklah Poteis, John Malolt,
MITCHELL ONE OF THEM.
Street Car Men Select. President of
the Mine Workers and William
Corless as Arbitrators.
President John Mitchell, the Tnlted
Mine Workers, and l'tesident William
Corless, of tho Scranton Typographical
union, have been selected and aRreed
to act as the representatives of tho
union street car men on the board of
arbitration which Is to settle the pend
ing dispute about preference of runs.
Tho company's choice of arbitrators
has not its yet been announced, but
likely will be today.
The ai nitration agreement was signed
by General .Manager SUllinan, for the
company, and President Shea and Sec
retary Early, for tho street car men,
on Satutdny. It reads as follows:
Section 1. Tho Sctanton Railway com
pany, patty to tho Hist putt, and tho
Amalgamated 'Association of Stteet Rail
way Employes of Ametica. Dhlslnn lift,
party of tho second p.nt. hetebv mutuallv
agteo to submit tho Interpietatlon of tho
sixth clause of an asreomont between
tho patties heioto, dated Apt II 7. 1W.', lo
adjustment by an impattlal board of ar
bitrators composed of llvo persons, to bo
selected in tho following manner:
Section ". Tho lepreseututtvcs of tho
Scranton Railway company, patty of tho
llrst patt, to select two u') nibltintois
as tnembors of tho said boatd; tho Amal
gamated Association of Street Ralywny
Employes of Amoilca, Division 1US, party
of tho bocoml pint, to solect two (2)
mouthers of said bontd of utbltralois,
and tho four thus chosen to select a llflh
pet son to cotnploto the suld board of ar
bitrators. Section 3. It Is fut titer nyteed that
tho decision of u mujotlty of said boatd
of atbltrators shall bo binding upon both
patties to this nst cement.
Section i. It Is agreed that tho com
As an introduction to our New Art Studio,
an Washington Avenue.
nrlca $4.00 nrvnl s
Hakes All Sittino-s.
opposite Mte court lio
"Thomas Collins, Burton A. Slovens,
Albeit Nuthuckur, "Louis Goeilltn,
Samuel E. Sloat, John McDonald,
Arthur N. Williams. "Janus Halt,
James Peoples, "Thomas Kvans, Chiis
tlan Rose, Harry Flax, John McCol
llgan. "Ch.ules Neuls, Thomas Walklns,
F. L. Woimscr, "Thomas I. Williams,
W. L. Connell, "David I'arry, "Domlu
ick Roland, John McIIalc. Thomas
Conneiy, Adam Pantle, Michael Walsh.
pany and tho union select their nrbl
Section 5 It is also agreed that tho
manner of taking testimony and tho
amount and kind of testimony to bo put
in by each party heteto, shall bo deter
mined by tho board of arbitrators.
Committee of Common Council Not
Favorable to Annex Plans.
Brown Says It's a Hold-up.
In addition to the fact that the re
fusal of Hayes & fc'ons, of Cleveland,
to accept the $;!Sj,000 Issue of city
bonds awarded them, will cause a hold
up In the pi oKt-ess of the city hall Im
provements, which were to be paid for
out uf the sum realized by the sale of
the bonds, there ate other reasons why
work Is not likely to be started at a
very eatly date on the proposed annex
to the city hall.
The plans drawn by Superintendent
of Jlulldltiff Inspection P. L. rhown
provide for a two-story structure, for
tho use of the police and lire depart
ments, the bulldiiiR to be finished ex
ternally In n mottled brick. He speci
fied this putposely, believing that the
use of the same gray stone as that
employed In the construction of tho
city lin.il, would tend to give the addi
tion the appearance of a small and In
slgnlllcant annex, whereas It other ma
terial was used, tho new building
would present an Individual appear
ance and effective contrast.
Last Thursday night tho building
committee of common council held a
brief meeting, and decided not only
that gray-stone should be used, but
that u third story should be added. No
repot t was made to council that night,
however, Mr. lirown was a thoroughly
Indignant man the next day.
"While It would bo all right to have
another story," ho temnrked, "I do not
seo Just how wo ate going to do It
with the $10,000 appropriation, bargain
ing on which we have already drawn
up our plans. This looks like an at
tempt to hold up the job, and fiom
that standpoint, the third story Idea
Is bound to be highly effective,"
Tho members of the committee be
lleve that a thltd story could be pro
vided for, by economizing on the toi
lets and baths, and some of the minor
fixtures of the building, leaving them
unfinished until a later date, when ef
forts would be made to secure another
apptopriatlou of about $5,000 for the
finishing of the structure,
Tte Gtlffln Art Shop photographic
work Is under the direct ButmrviRim.
of Mr. U, h. Grlflln, who himself makes
uu sidings, tub uriiiin standard of
excellence, so well known to tho people
of Northeastern Pennsvlviniln lu up
held at tho new studio located opposite
tne court nou3e, 211 Washington ave
John D. Thomas, "John Davis,
"Peter Znng, Lona B, D.iy, "Amasa
Palmer, "David J. Davis. Charles A.
Perry, "Geoigo AV. Jones, "Charles
Rldgeway, Robot t H. Delter. Reese E.
Jones, "Rlchnul Edwards, Thomas R.
Thomas, William II. Buike.
Wells Iloekenberry, Fred C. Karius,
'Thomas A. Potter, "P.itilck J. Mc
Manamon, John F. Saltry, Harty T.
Btad-hnw. William Mathews, James
F, Qnlnnan, William Gscheldle, Louis
Hmitlngton, Pattlck T. May, SJames
Prophet Andrew Jones Declares That
Famine and Destruction Are
Due Here In 1905.
Uev. Andrew Jones reiterated to a
lurge and appreciative congregation at
the Shiloh Baptist church last night
that he is a heaven-Inspired prophet,
and predicted 11 famine which is to
spread desolation throughout the coun
try In 1905. "lirethien," rematked Uev.
Jones emphatically, "tho Lord Is on his
way to overtake and punish the coun
try for its wickedness and this city
will not escape.
"I have had a vision In which I saw
your buildings falling and men leaving
the city In a rapid stream, to escape
front tho awful disaster. Now, breth
ren, don't wait till the evil Is on you
to get troubled about It. Get troubled
befote It comes. Fear God before he
gets statted on his work. Believe me,
believe In the Prophet Jones. Noah
was saved because he took the Lord's
advice nd got out before the flood
came. You tuko my advice. Get out."
Tho congregation was an attentive,
and very appieclatlve one. The col
ored man's nature Is naturally an emo
tional one, and before tho service was
over Uev, Jones' hearers wete worked
up to such a pitch that they were tak
ing almost as active part In the ser
lce as ho was. Uev. Jones' sermon
was based on the same lines as hla ad
dress here May 4, and contained fre
quent Illusions to hla own works. Ho
opened his address by referring to the
recent damage done by storm In Balti
more, and triumphantly asserted that
this had been prophesied by him In
tiO.'97 and '!)S.
"In 1807." ho declared "I told a group
of newspaper men In one of Baltimore's
largest lecture halls that the Lord had
showed me what he would do to Balti
more, When that storm struck the
city and tore the oof from that same
building, I'll warrant mote than otto
man lemembered' the words spoktn by
"Hlght you are,- God bless you,",
cordially rematked a dusky bt other In
a' front seat at this Juncture, and
prayer was then offered hy the pastor
of the church, Itev, Doddle, after which
Mr, Jones continued In his discourse,
clfooslng his text from Isaiah, xxlx;6,
"Thou shalt bo visited by the Lord of
Hosts with thunder and with earth
quakes, and great noise, with storm
and tempest and tlto llame of devouring
"Fcur days after I gave fny last
warning to tho world," he began, "St.
Tlerro got It, and now every day the
papers are full of tho thunder and
lightning, full of evidences of the
Lord's wrath. Hundreds of farmers
along the Mississippi vulley are being
(.lfuittd out by storms. I'wurtted, them.
"Now I eay that a famjns'B coming
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McGouldi Ick, Peter Haggerty, 'Victor
Sartor, William Morgans.
Thomas R. Jones, George A. Keib,
John Johler, Flnley Ross, Jr., 'Dan
iel W. Davis, "Thomas Lowry, 'Charles
Webber, "Conrad Marker, "John Mc-,Mullen.
New. "Old. "Reappointed.
Tho department of public safety has
never been In better shape than It Is
today, and the wisdom of reorganization
and discipline has been domonsttated in
a marked degree during tho past year.
In 1005. And, when I predict this, I
am not making any false predictions.
I am predicting what Jesus has already
said. He said these things, before he
gave me Invisible communications to
go mil tell people that the trouble was
"Pei'ple believe in weather prophets.
Why can't they trust other prophets.
I don't believe that thete Is any sci
ence on earth which knew anything
about tho destruction of Johnstown In
ISM. But, brethren, five years after I
had seen them nnd warned them of
coming danger, the people of Johnstown
knew that there was a prophet."
"God bless you, Brother Jones,"
again Interrupted tho enthusiastic man
In the front row, nnd "Yes, Indeed
they knew," remarked another atten
tive hearer. "Yes, suh, they found
out," an earnest voice remarked In the
rear of the hall, and Itev. Jones then
continued, this tlmei Illustrating his
point from Scriptures.
He ,to!d the story of the prophet,
Jeremiah, and by the time that he had
reached tho point of the prophet's ap
pearance before tho king, the congre
gation was In a state of enthusiasm
botdering on frenzy,
"The king," said the prophet Impres
sively, "said, 'take this man and clothe
him. Send him forth"
"That's right. Just what ho said,"
gently afllrmed the bt other, who had
spoken before, and when the prophet
continued, "Nebuchadnezzar was an
Instrument of the Lord, but he was not
a good man."
"Certainly not," came back from the
congregation. Uev. Jones then launch
ed into a description of what Is going
to happen down South, when the day
of reckoning arrives. "The Lord Is now
on Ills way to tho United States," he
declared, "and He Is going to do all
Ills lighting for Himself. He's going
to fight those savages and barbarians
down South that aie burning up ne
groes and shooting them to pieces, The
governors of the states and the militia
cannot stop them, hut the Lord, Ho
can stop them, and He has whispered
to 1110 thut He Is going to stop them.
"I am praying to God to save my
brothers down South, becauso some of
thorn nto gentlemen, They aren't all
murderers and leaders of wicked lives,
and the treatment they get Is largely
the icsitlt of Jealousy."
"God bless you, Btother Jones," came
in a chorus at this point front all over
the church, together with a number of
ponotous "Aniens," and tho prophet
ipntinued, his voice assuming a high
s'lng-song, us ho grew more and more
"In my first six years' work as a
prophet I had to sleep out In tho fields,
a good deal of the time, but ufter God
was through with Johnstown thete
wasn't a town in this land that hadn't
a plane for me to sleep In, when I spent
tho iNKht there. I've been tormented
and had my trials, A minister, only a
llttlo while ago told me I didn't know
What I was baying. Well, they told
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of Wash Skirts and Waists
Every garment in stock has been re-marlied, and ,
in many instances the new price is but half what wre
asked three weeks ago.
The lowest figures have now been reached,, so
that if you have waited for final reductions, it isnot
to your interest to put off buying for a single 'day
longer. The sooner you get here, the betterAthe
Samples of This Week's Great Bargains '
large choice of styles plain
Regular $1.25 Skirts for
LOT 1. "
Waists in fine Madras cloths.
Ono popular 45c Waist for
Waists in Corded Ginghams, with fancy stripes;ffl tucked
back and front; plain or stand-up collars. Genuine $1-25 7
Waists for J OC ,
Fine Plain Color Chatnbry
shades, handsomely embroidered in -white embroidered o
yoke, button back. etc. A fine S1.98 Waist at "OC
q All the other Waists in stock have bsen
5 cut in like proportion to the above.
Q Wash Suits, Wash
q similarly treated.
I McConnell & Co..
w The Satisfactory Store, 400-402 Lackawanna Ave.
OUR FIRST INVENTORY
Sale in the New Store
will be a bargain event
which will attract those who
appreciate high quality in home j
August 1st I
Will be the opening day. Dur
ing this sale our entire stock of
Carpets, Furniture, Curtains,
Draperies and Wall Papers will be
offered at figures lower than you
would think of suggesting were
you to name your own price. s
Williams & fflcAnulty,
129 Wyoming Avenue.
Closed Saturday afternoons During August:
Jesus, when he was on earth, Hint he
was adevll. I also ran stand the scof
fers." Hev, Jones will pieaeh Ills fare
well sermon to Scranton tonight,
Pleasant Party at Ariel.
Miss Helen Jones suv n houso party
all Iu8t week ut tltu summer homo
of Iter parent", Sir. una Mrs. U.
1). Junes, at LuUo Alh'l, Iter guests
weto Mies Maud V, Jones, o New
Yotkj Mlaa May H. Decker, of Con.
vent Station, N. J,; Miss Myiu Day, of
JetMjy City, and thu Misses Jeuuettu
Scltlager and Florence Porter. Also
Messia, Mucls'alr l'lillllps, Huyiuoiul San
derson nnd Waller ritilllps. On Thins
day evcnlnu they enjoyed n strawrlilo nnd
on Friday evening Mrs. Charles Powell
guve u dunce for tlto young people.
(let "Tho Lackawanna Finish" on
your linen. It's udmlrcd wherever seen.
?08 Penn avenue,
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Sri r. i
shades or polka dots. sf f j?S !
Plain or neat stripos.M g
Waists in all the fashilmabi
Skirts, Etc., have been?
SNVnKH.-Meiitll Kennoth pnyder, eon
of Mr, ami Mrs. U, W. Snyder, passed
uwny Saturday ut 1010 Penn avenue,
aged seven mouths, Funeral Tuesday
ut 2.30 p. m. from the house.
Get "The" Lackawanna Finish on
your collars, cuffs and shirts. It's dlf.
ferent. SOX Penn avenue.
Killed on a Trestle.
l!y Exclusive Wire from 'I he Associated Press.
Charlotte, N. 0., July 27.-Three girls,
Annie Cpusnrt and Jettnlu nnd Manila
Nelson, itgcd U 13 nnd 11 yeai. wero
killed hy an engine on tho Seaboard Air
lino today. Thoy weto walking nctoss a
trestlo when btruck hy tho engine. Tha
bodies wero horribly mangled.
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